Talala Gazette (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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EXTREMES ARE BAD
UNNECESSARY TO MAKE A FET-
ISH OF HOUSEKEEPING.
Cleanliness, of Course, Is Imperative,
But It Is Folly Not to Allow One's-
self Time for Other
Don't be that boresome person a
woman who makes a fetish of house-
keeping, There is a happy medium
between running a pig pen and being
able to eat from the floors.
Cleanliness is admirable, but clean-
liness at the cost of a family's peace
of mind and your own mind develop-
ment is a bad bargain.
Live but to wave a duster and push
a broom or scrubbing brush if you
count the reputation for an immac-
ulate house above all else in life.
It is not necessary to have rolls of
dust under the bed if you take a few
minutes off each day to read a good
book or to keep up with the daily
If one cannot be both clean and
clever be—well, each woman must de-
cide for herself. • The up-to-date
housewife knows the value of com
ThlB is no advocacy for dirt. Be-
sanitary, not finicky, in your house
keeping. Dust may be a germ breed-
er, but too much dusting is a temper
breeder, likewise begets dull wits.
There are women whose every min-
ute is passed in fighting microscopic
dirt. Husband and children In their
hearts sigh for a reversion to type
that they may wallow in that dirt aa
does the savage. Overcleanliness
makes for a wandering family. If
you wish to keep empty house criti-
cise your husband and children for the
clutter they make.
Cleanliness may be next to godliness,
but the Lord should not be held re-
sponsible for some women's readings
of that advice.
Just what is to be gained in mak-
ing a fetish of housekeeping? Not
brushed up minds, rested bodies or
spiritual development, which should
be the chief alms of life. The gain
is material solely, distinctly of the
Life is said to be a training school.
Since up to date it has not been ad-
vertised that the mansions in the sky
will be in need of daily cleansing, why
spend the goodly years qualifying in
Be a good housekeeper; do not
make of your house a fetish deadly
to all other growth.
Cooking Egg Plant.
Egg plant is nearly always cooked
in exactly the same way—fried. There-
fore it is always indigestible. But
Jiere is an original recipe entirely dif-
ferent. Taker.ohe medium egg plant,
one large onloii; a tomato, one or two
white tender sprays of celery, half a
cup of rice and a lump of butter the
size of an egg. Cut the egg plant into
very small pieces and boil for ten
minutes. Drain thoroughly. Then
add the onion, celery, and tomato
chopped as fine as possible; then add
the rice and about a quart of water
boiling hot. Cook about an hour and
a half, then add the butter and a little
salt and pepper to taste. Then let
simmer on the back of the stove for
20 minutes. It is singularly-delicious.
—National Food Magazine.
BACKACHE-A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS
# A WARNING THAT MUST NOT BE IGNORED
Pain in the back is the kidneys' signal of distress. If this
timely warning is ignored, kidney disease silently fastens
its deadly grip—for kidney sickness first shows itself in
pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too
often hidden until fatal Bright's disease or diabetes has set
in. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheumatic and nervous
or have lame back, painful, too frequent or scanty urination,
weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating or neuralgia.
What you want is a special kidney medicine — not an
experiment^ but one that has stood the test for years.
Doan's Kidney Pills relieve weak, congested kidneys — cure
backache—regulate the urine.
A KIDNEY REMEDY OF 75 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
i j DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS began curing lame backs and sick kidneys 75 years ago. The demand
lead a nearby druggist, James Doan, to prepare it for sale. From him the magic formula passed to the pres-
ent proprietors. Now, as in those early days, Doan's Kidney Pills are made from only the purest drugs
and are absolutely non-poisonous. They are used and praised all over the civilized world.
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS MAKE LASTING CURES
Tells A Story.,
J. R. Black, 1005 E. Sixth street, Topeka.
Kansas, says: "In the spring of 1899 Doan's
Kidney Pills brought me such great relief that I -
did not hesitate to make the fact known and give
this remedy my most earnest endorsement. In
my statement I said that for three years I had
suffered from kidney complaint. I had a dull
grumbling ache across the small,of my back that
greatly inconvenienced me when reaching and
straining in doing my work. An annoying kidney
weakness was also in evidence and it was out of
the question for me to sleep well. In the morning
I was all tired out and it can be seen that I was
in bad shape. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills
quickly and surely drove away these symptoms of
kidney complaint and I have since been in good
The foregoing statement was given in March
1905, and when Mr. Black was interviewed on
Nov. 12. 1908, he said: "I have never had a
return attack of kidney complaint and I know that
my cure is a permanent one. My faith in Doan's
Kidney Pills is stronger than ever.
Mrs. James Crooks, First St., N. W., American
Fork. Utah, says, "I had kidney complatnt.'for ten
years or more. Sometimes a twinge darted through
the small of my back and I often became sofcelpless
that 1 was compelled to go to bed with my clothes
on. The attacks often lasted for d^ys at a time
and I could not even stoop to put on my shoes.
My condition was certainly alarming. The secre-
tions from my kidneys were irregular in passage
and contained a heavy sediment after standing. I
well know what the misery kidney complaint
causes and I can therefore appreciate the merits
of a remedy that cures this disease. Doan's
Kidney Pills lived up to the claims made for them
in my case and effected a cure. My kidneys were
restored to a normal condition and my health
greatly improved." (Statement given Aug. 22.1907.)
On Aug. 24. 1909, Mrs. Crooks was interviewed
by one of our representatives and she said: "It
gives me pleasure to reendorse Doan's Kidney
Pills. They cured my backache and my health
is now good. Other members of my family have
taken this remedy with decided benefit."
A TRIAL FREE TZSzriJUi
Cut out this conpon. mail it to Foster-Milburn
Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. A free trial package of
Doan's Kidney Pills will be mailed you
fe^^^^^^Soldjj^lTde^iers^PFicels^entrs^ Foster-Milburn Co^Buffafo^N Y? Pttprietors.
Baked Fowl with Parsnips.
Wash, parboil and scrape a quart of
parsnips. Split a chicken down the
back and lay it In a dripping pan.
skin side up. Arrange the sliced par-
snips around the chicken, sprinkle
with pepper and salt, dot with pieces
of butter until half a cupful has been
used and top with two or three thin
slices of salt pork.
Put enough hot water in the pan to
prevent burning and bake until the
parsnips and chicken are done to a
delicate brown. Serve the chicken on
a hot platter and arrange the parsnips
around cooked notatoes.
Royal Chop Suey.
Fry in olive oil or butter three slices
of bacon, two medium sized sliced
onions, three stalks of celery cut fine.
When the onions are soft add one
cupful of water, one-half pound cold
chicken, flaked, one-half pound cold
boiled ham cut in dice, one small
can asparagus tips, one small can
French mushrooms, one-half ounce
green ginger root cut in disks, two ta-
blespoonfuls walnut catsup. Season
with salt, pepper and cayenne. Stir
until steaming hot.
The Selfish Hunter.
James R. Keene, apropos of the
jumping contests at the New York,
horse show, talked about fox hunting..
"Hunting," he said, "develops a
race of very savage, selfish men.
There was, for Instance, Jones.
"Jones, on a bitter cold day, was
riding hard at a brook, when he per-
ceived the head of his dearest friend
sticking dismally out of the icy water.
Did Jones go to his friend's assist-
ance? Not a bit of it.
"'Duck, you fool!' he shouted, and
jumped over him."—St. Louis Globe-
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, u they cannot reach the dis-
eased portion ol the ear. There Is only one way to
cure deafness. and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of Uia Eustachian Tube. When this
tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im-
perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deaf-
ness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condi-
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases
put ol ten are caused by Catarrh, which fc nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hairs Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
... .. ~ F" CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
It Would Suit Him.
"I give you my word, the next per-
son who Interrupts the proceedings,"
said the judge, sternly, "will be ex-
pelled from the courtroom and ordered
"Hooray!" cried the prisoner.
Then the judge pondered.—Judge.
Still in the Family.
Among the domestic duties of a
young husband is the careful supervi-
sion of the toilets of his wife's two
dogs, one a Great Dane and the other
a by no means diminutive St. Bernard.
"Oh, Marie," shouted hubby from
the yard late one afternoon, "there's
not a flea on the dogs now!"
"How splendid!" shouted back
Marie. "Not a single flea?" ,
"No!" yelled Tom. "They are all
Truth "Sassier" Than Fiction.
Most southerners are gallant. An
exception is the Georgian who gave
his son this advice:
"My boy, never run after a woman
or a street car—there will be another
one along in a minute or two."—
Tightness across the chest means a cold
on the lungs. It means misery and die-
comfort even' minute, if nothing worse.
\\ hat's the answer? Rub the chest with
Hamlins Wizard Oil quick.
Beat one-quarter cup of butter to a
, cream and the yolks of two eggs until
thick, then gradually beat half a cup
of sugar into each and combine the
two mixtures. Add four ounces of
chocolate melted over hot water; then
alternate one-half cup of millr<amd ond
and one-half cups of sifted flour sifted
again with two level teaspoons pf bak-
ing powder. Lastly, beat in the whites
of two eggs beaten dry and a tea-
spoon of vanilla extract. Bake in lay-
ers and Ml with cream.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and Bure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Hav$ Always Bought
The happiness of our later life is in
great part made up of the pleasurable
memories of early years.—Dr. Alexan
When a fellow feels like throwing
himself down and worshiping a girl
he should wait. She will probably
throw him down herself.
IF YOU tTSC BALL BLUE,
Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best BUI
Blue. Large 2 os. package only 5 cents.
There comes a moment in every
man's life when he regrets his inabil-
ity to kick himself.
Mr. Crimsonbeak—Here's an item
which says the 6wan outlives any
other bird, in extreme caseB reaching
Mrs.- Crimsonbeak—And remember,
John, the swan lives on water.
An Obvious Proposition.
"Have you a plain cook?"
"You bet she is. My wife wouldn't
have another kind in the house."
FOR BEST RESULTS USE
They are the
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM
BARTELDES SEED CO.
Oklahoma Seed House Oklahoma City
A WXV OE.OA KWbLJ
0. K. SEEDS
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.
Foreblldren teething. softens the gums, reduces in-
flammation,allays pain, cures wind colic. 26c a bottle.
A small boy never looks comfortable
in his Sunday clothes.
WO RKfi Machinists, Kngineersandbri.il
" w founders. Machine work of all
kind rlren careful attention. Machine black-
smithing. brass castings, pollers, hangers and shaft-
lag carried In stock. Mmricoiffee, Oklahoma
Bookand AdTlceFKEE. Ihm,
l-n-irk l.„rr.re. Washington.
D.C. Jtit. 48 yrs. Bast references.
W. N. U., MUSKOGEE, NO. 3-1910.
PERRt DAVIS* PAINKILLER
when tborouirbly robbed In relleTes strains and
sprains In Joints or muscles fmm an* cause. All
druggists,25,36,50c sites. Large bottles the cheapest.
Every mother knows a lot of good
rules for raising other people's chil-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAX ATI V B HROMO Uuinlne Tablets.
B",w lf " ™is t" <•« •. e. w
URUVK 8 signature is on each box. JSc.
Sermons are based upon texts; po-
litical speeches upon pretexts.
Stomach Blood and
Mnehtielaeu aUrt* with week stomach, and consequent
poor, impoverished Mood. Nervous and pale-people lack
food, nob, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating
for, after all, a nan can be no stronger than hie stomach.
A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver
active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives
oiitdisease-producing bacteria and cares a whole multi-
tude of diseases.
P.*'?',of**amack SeatoHf aad
br tMk,m* m eomrme of
Dr. Hire*a Goldem Mallca! Discovery
***** StomacM Restorative, Llrer
larlgorator aa* Blood Cieaaaer.
J£~'f *? accept any medicine of aahaaam
• «l*<t«te for "Golden Medical Discor
err, which !* a medicine op Inown coMrosmo*. having
acoii^lete list of ingredients in plain English on its bot-
Ue-wrapper, same being attested as correct under oath.
** ami fcrfra—i Stomach, Lhtr aad Bowl*
A Certain Cure for Sore,weak ft Inflamed Eyes.
M.XE5W LSF CF DRUGS L1HECESSARY. Price 25 Cents Dnwtsts
You Look Prematurely Old
udy, grizzly, gray halm. Un "LA CRKOLB- HAIR RUTOIKR. Fflicc, .joo. r*«fU
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Stapleton, William H. Talala Gazette (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910, newspaper, January 13, 1910; Talala, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185101/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.