Swanson County Democrat (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr. William A. Radford wilt answer
ajuratlona and rive advice FREE OF
OOBT oa all subjects pertaining to tha
•object of building for the readere of
thin paper. On account of hla wide expe-
rience aa Editor, Author and Manufac-
turer, he Is, without doubt, the highest
authority on all these subject*. Addreas
all tnmilrles to Wlll'am A. Radford. No.
IM Fifth Ave., Chicago. III., and only en-
close two-cent atamp for reply.
With the approach of cold weather
there la one feature of home building
that cornea Into new prominence. We
hear the qusetlon asked. "How la the
house heated?” or. more often, "la
this a warm house?” These are Im-
portant questions; not more Impor-
tant now. It Is true, than in the hot
summer wpather, for even then the
wise home builder looks forward to
the wintry days and provides against
them by proper construction; but now
that cold weather is upon us the ques-
tion of adequate heating seems to be
more present and absorbing.
With m~dern heating equipment
there Is probably no form of dwelling
that cannot be adequately heated.
Some, however, are very difficult to
heat and require a much larger heat-
ing plant and much more coal than
they should. This Is due sometimes
to faulty construction, sometimes to
In the first place every home build-
er should know that there Is no mon-
ey so well spent ns that put Into Insu-
lating felts and high grade sheathing
psner ; which, combined with thor-
ough construction In other ways, will
go very far toward making a resi-
dence frost proof. A house so made
can bp kept thoroughly warm with
from rne-tblrd to one-half the amount
of eoal required to heat the same
structure If not properly insulated and
Insulating paper does not cost very
much and It should he used freely.
The entire exterior walls should be
covered between the rough sheathing
and the clapboards and care should be
little more than the ordinary un-
matched boarding. Very often largo
knotholes In such boarding are al-
lowed to go unnoticed; but this Is a
grave mistake. Much cold can find It*
way la through even one large knot-
hole. They should all be hunted out
and carefully plugged before the
sheathing paper Is nailed on.
And In addition to thorough con-
struction much can be accomplished
In the way of easy heating by hav-
ing the house properly designed. A
Second Floor Flan.
long, rambling structure is much more
difficult to heat than a square, com-
pact house. The accompanying design
is a good example of a residence that
Is very easily heated. With either a
warm-air furnace, steam or hot-water
systems very good results can be had
with this house. Being rectangular In
outline, there are no exposed por-
Arkusaa Lady Cannot Say Enongk
la Praise of Cardui, Which
Did Har a World
Mena, Ark.—"I find Cardui to be all
you represent,” writes Mrs. H. B.
York, of this city. "I suffered for near-
ly two years, before I tried your rem-
edy. 1 have been to relieved since tak-
ing Cardui. I cannot say enough in
Its praise. It has done me a world of
goo1, and I recommend Cardui to all
Similar letters come to us every
day, from all over the country, telling
the same story of benefit obtained
from Cardui, the woman’s tonic.
This great remedy Is over 00 years
old, and Is more In demand today than
ever. Cardui has stood the teit of
time. It is the standard, tonic medi-
cine, for women of every age.
The first thought, in female ail-
Would you like to be well and
strong again? Then take Cardui. It
can't possibly barm you, and Its record
Indicates that It ought to help you.
Have you poor health? Cardui has
assisted thousands of women to glow-
ing good health.
Do you lack strength? Cardui Is a
strength-building tonic for women.
Over a million women have bene-
fited by Its use. Can you think of any
good reason why you should not
Ask your druggist. He knows.
N. BWVtVrre.- I,ad!es'Advisory Dept.,
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga.
Tenn., for Stocial Instruction*, and 64-
page book, "Home Treatment for Wom-
en.” aent In plain wrapper on request.
Monty for Tuberculosis Work.
The National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
gives forcible Illustration of the way
In which a small sum spent In educa-
tion has secured large appropriations
from Htate, county, and municipal of-
ficials. The New York State Chari-
ties Aid association In the three years,
1908, 1909, and 1910, has spent In the j
np-stnte portion of New York abou<L
$95,000 In arousing the people to the
dangers of tuberculosis. As a direct
result of the public sentiment pro-
duced by this outlay, the state, coun-
ty, and municipal authorities have al-
ready appropriated for tuberculosis
work $1,500,000 and appropriations for
hundreds of thousands of dollars are
pending. Hundreds of hospital beds
have been provided, and the associa-
tion already alms for "No Uncared-for
Tuberculosis In 1915.”
Thus, the National association says
If $1,000,000 Is realized from the sale
of Red Cross seals, millions more will
he added to It from the public treas-
uries. Last year 25,000.000 stamps
were sold. It Is aimed to sell four
times as many this year.
Mike—Shure, 01 feel very queer.
Den. Ol have sich a feel av fullness
after me meals. Do yes know a rim-
ldy fur thot?
Dan—Ol do, me bhoy. Whin yes sit
down to ate a meal, don't ate ony.
Mike—But thin Ol shud he full av
Was Getting Monotonous.
A handsome woman who had been
so unfortunate as to find occasion to
divorce not one but several husbands
was returning from Nevada. In Chi-
cago she happened to meet her first
husband, for whom, by the way, she
always has entertained a real affec-
"Upon my soul, If It isn't Charlie!"
exclaimed the ex-wife, cordially shak-
ing hands with the gentleman whose
name she had formerly borne. “I'm
awfully glad to see yon, Charlie!”
Then, after a wistful expression had
come to and been banished from her
countenance, she added;
"Old chap, I've often wondered
where you were and what you were
doing. It was too bad we didn't get
on better together. I hope your ex-
perience hasn't been as unpleasant as
mine. I’m sick and tired of mar-
Fable of Pan of Biscuits.
A Vassar girl married a Kansas
Two weeks later a cyclone made the
happy pair a friendly call.
> It cavorted around the premises,
ripping up the fences, scattering the
haystacks and playing horse with the
barn, but when It looked through the
open window it drew back In al.arm.
There lay the bride's first pan of
“I ain’t feelin' very strong this
morning,” murmured the cyclone.
And with another glance at the ter-
rible pan It blew Itself away.
taken to see that ths paper Is fitted
•uug.y uroiind all openings, both doors
and windows. The workmen are some-
times careless In this regard and It Is
well to keep pretty close watch of
what they are doing when It comes to
this part of the work. Good oil pa-
per should also be ured In the floor-
ing between the rough and finished
Hours. This serves a double purpose,
as It not only makes the house warm-
er, but shuts out all furnace dust from
tbs cellar, or dampness If there should
hs any. The building paper used be-
Plrst Plser Plan.
lessen ths floo.i should be turned up
all Inches behind all ths bass beards.
Another trivial expense while build-
tag that proves ■ very grant economy
In ths lent run Is to have tha bsss-
aisnt lathed and plastered. Twenty-
■as or thirty dollnrn will do this oa
Ikt averngn job, while ths •ntlsfnetlon
and camion resulting will be worth
•any times that amount la tftsr
A let* great ears ahoetd bs taken that
trknt art called tha rough shsathlag
boards for the exterior vails should
bs toon match* d lumber. Bhlplap la
a** tue thte aad aaata wmf,
tlons. The solid porch at the front
will bo found a great protection, as ft
will blanket to a certain extent the
broad exposed side of the living room.
In other ways; too, the arrange-
ment of this house Is desirable. It Is
well suited for a narrow building site.
Its width being but 22 feet 0 Inches.
Evert counting the side entrance porch.
It doesn't require more than 25 feet.
The side entrance Is very popular at
the present time and this Is a good
example of the possibilities of this
kind of arrangement. The living room
extends clear across the front of the
house, the reception room and stair
hall occupy the middle of the side
and at the rear are the dining-room
and kitchen. There Is a small den
directly back of the stair hall, which
will be useful for many purposes.
On the second floor are three good-
slsed bedrooms, each with a clothes
cleset opening off from It. The bath-
room Is also on this floor and finds
Itre'f directly above the kitchen. This
brings all the plumbing together and
makes quite a saving In this factor of
the expense. It Is In matters of this
kind that the experienced house de-
signer can save a good deal of money
for hla cllmta. Too often not enough
thought In given matters of this kind,
hut there Is no doubt but thnt substan-
tial savings may be accomplished In
the construction of anv house by hav-
ing It properly designed
In exterior appearance the houae
Illustrated herewith la very satisfac-
tory. It la dignified, nent and sub-
•tantlal. It has the home atmoaphere.
A hotfae of tbta kind haa the silvan-
tage of being very easily kept up so
that It always present* • neat and
wetl-carrd-for appearance. The coat
of this seven-room, story and a half
houae Is sstlmstsd At 11,000.
It was exhibition day at No. 3, and
ns the parents of Jack Grady, the
dullest pupil, were listening hopefully
the teacher tried her best to help the
boy. "How did Charles I. of England
die?” she asked, assigning the easiest
question on her list to Jack, As he
looked at her. with no Indication of a
coming answer, the teacher put her
hand up to her neck. Jack saw the
movement and understood Its mean-
ing, as he thought. "Charles 1. of Eng
'and died of cholera,” he announced
•he Probably Could.
Senator La Follette, apropos of cer
tain scandalB, said at a dinner In Mad
Ison: "These things recall the leglsla
tor who remarked to his wife, with a
look of disgust: ‘One of those land
lobbylata approached me today with
another Insulting proposition.'
“Ths wife, a young and pretty worn
an, clapped her hand*. 'Oh, good!’
•he cried. 'Then I can have that aable
atole, after all, can't 1, dear?'"
A Logical Landlord.
Many a tenant will sympathize with
the man In this atory, from the Phila-
delphia Record. He was renting a
small house which the landlord had
refused to repair. One day the owner
came to aee him.
“Jones,” he said, "I shall have to
raise your rent."
"What for?” asked Jones, anxiously.
“Have taxes gone up?”
"No," the landlord answered, “but 1
see you’ve painted the house and put
in a new range and bathtub. That, of
course, makes It worth more renL”
A Perennial Mystery.
Average Man—These Sunday papers
]ust make me sick! Nothing In them
but commonplnce personal Items
about a lot of nobodles no one ever
Friend—1 saw a little mention of
you In the Sunday Gammon.
Average Man (half an hour later, to
messenger boy)—Here, rush around to
the Gammon office and get me forty
copies of the 8unday edition.
1 will be paid to winners of this contest
" If the dressed hog weighs 300 lbs, wbst
does each part weigh? $10 00 will bs
given for the nearest guess of ths
weight of each piece; the whole head,
one ehoulder. one whole tide with rila,
. , . one ham with hoof. $3 00 will bs paid
for ths second beet guest and ta oo for ths third best. Thirty two |i.oo prise*
for the nest thirty-two guesses. A valu- *
aide book on hog diseam will be given
to every one tending in a gum. Get
busy today and win a cash prise. Address
W. L. DOUGLAS
*3 '3S & *84 SHOES RUSH
Bov*' Shoes, 89.00,82.B0 AS3.00. Best in the Would.
Important to Metoera
_ carefully every bottle ol
CASTOKiA, a safe and sure remedy for
tataata sad children, and see that It
In Use Por Over 80 Years.
Ths Kind You Ilavs Always Bought
citissrsn, ana ass that It
Randall—How did you like ths mili-
tary parade. Ida?
Mia# Rogers—Glorious! t never saw
enough men In all my Ilfs before.—
of taking klndnaaa from
matters of course.—olad
$100 Reward, $100.
,.‘fhe at this peprr sill be ptosied la tsaia
Ast tilers to at toast ous arsw.i-4 dtocaaa tliat srwnrs
!?H. u>„,ur* J* *" "*«*• 1 hat to
Csiarrli. lull's Cgtarrb cur* |g the out*
rur* now known to tno tnetiirgl fraternity,
bciriff a constituttongi (list1 abb, require* n t
Mona! (regiment. luir* t uUrrh Cura hi ti
terntlljr, acting directly upon the blood amt
BurfAcea of the tyatevn. thereby destroy]
foundation of tht disc abb, end riving the
strength by building up the cvnntltutloi
mg nature In doing “
•0 much faith in ita
fund red Dollars
HentMor llet of i
HEN Uncle Sun puts kis 0 K on anything
worth; feed at coin el the realm. Il If $•
wltH Snowdrift ilogless Lard, Even
can is U. S. Inspected and Passed and is an labeled.
Don*! buy unless you see M en the can. StiOZV-
drift Hogless Lard is the best skertening
known lor superior multo in cooking and Health-
flul benefits upon foods and digestion. Made kf
THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO.
Nt» York, SeviaasO. Nssr Orisons. Cklcsre A_g
Every Man Should Fence His Yard
his garden, orchard or stock. It insures s certain degree of
privacy sod keeps out undesirables The best fence to sea
for this purpose and the most economical Is ths famous
Hoags Fence, s combination of wood and wira. Inswt so
your lumber^d«d»jiliowinj^it to you or writs
LUMBER CO„ Ltd.
Lake Charles. La.
“Who Is that man who haa been sit-
ting behind the bar day after day?”
Inquired the stranger In Crimson
"That’* Stage Coach Charley. He'*
In a peculiar predicament. He went to
town last week and got his teeth
fixed. Then he came here, and, bein’
broke, ran up a bill on the strength of
his seven dollars’ worth of gold fillin’.
Charley won't submit to havin' ths
nuggets pried out an’ ths proprietor
won’t 1st him git away with ths col-
lateral, and there you nrst”
TRY MURINE EYE HKMEOY
for Red. Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn’t
Smart—8oothes Eye Pain. Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c,
50c. $1.00. Murine Eys Salve In
Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books
and Eye Advice Free by Mall.
Murlns Eys Remedy Co., Chicago.
“What are you In such a rush
"Promised to meet my wife at three
o'clock down at the corner.”
"Well, there’s no hurry. It Isn’t four
ng up the cunatitutlon end e«i»t«
*. s ... flotag Ita work. The proprietor* have
« L*11? in ,t- furntive power* that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for enjr fab* that It toils to
•ure. Mend for Hot of tcatlmontgi*
fJJSOto F. J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, a
gold by all L>rutelete. 7'*.
Ihfca naira Family I’liia for eonetlpetia*.
to Thsy Say.
Stranger—I say, my lad, what la
considered a good score on these
Caddie—Well, sir, most of tha gents
here trie* to do It In as few strokes
as they can, but If generally takes a
few more.—Scottish American.
This is the name of the greatest of all
remedies for Diatemper, Pink Eye, Heaves,
• nd the like among all agea of horaea. Sold
by Druggists, Harness Makers, or tend to
the manufacturers. $50 and tl.00 a hottla
Agents wanted. Send for froe book. 8pohn
Medical Co., Spec. Contagious Disaeaoa,
"Agnes says shs will nsvsr have
anything more to do with Gladys.”
"Which did Gladys recommend? A
dressmaker or n summer hotel r*—
Ws often hear the expression, “ns
poor aa a church mouse.” But svsn a
church mouse doesn't have to llvo on
OLD SORES CURED
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5 Biautifil Ptit Sards
Thsss Ars thg Very Latest
Post Card DMlgns
. To quick!? Introduce our new and np-to-dfato
line of Cards, we will for the nets SO days teed
abtolutely free this choice a Doormen! of ft Av*
Uatlo Card*. Including Birthday. Chrtetniea.
Rose* and V lo we re, BobI Wishes end Good Lurk,
If you gnawer this ed Immedlelely end eeud Se
■temp for postage. Th eae lovely Art Pool Card*
In beautiful colore end exquisite gold embossed
design*, comprise the prettiest end moot at-
tractive collection ever offered. With each eel
ws Include our special plan for getting a Ug
Post Card Album end 40 additional extra flee
r*rd* of your own *ele rtion FREE. Tlite epee-
lyj limited advertising offer good oelf 20 tlajg.
Write Immedlitfrlf. l! as the coupon tie low t
ATT PART CAM CU/t.MI JMfcsee •t.Tefetx.fta*.
F.nrioted find te *temp. !'I»mo send mt tiienematele
set e« Ave teiart style peel eevds ee described.
Do It Now
Tomorrow A. M. too late. Talcs
s CASCARET at bed time; get
up » dm morning isefing fins and
dandy. No need lot a/cAnms
(ram ovnr-nating and drink-
ing. They wrsiy work while yog
deep end help nature help you.
Mttote telw them end keep wdL
CASCASRTS ioc • has for • work's
•(towing It letfeml, yulninc and 1>oi
end * nearest bulla* tln**y»frtu°l
no*lose lev m yeera
Auto by eU
Why Not 9
“Curious Ihlnf About a ooM In tht
heed,” said the llttls girt, "Is that
when I bnve one I always talk In
“What dialect, pair
"The eeU-ln-ths-heed dtetaet, of
1 Note—And she nlweye gate N right
—wnlek le more then can he sold of
meet prolageloaal Imitator* i
N neeme ae though womee’e styles
•bangs se often merely to kssp use's
aoeeo down to the grindstone
Jftey. *te|» tteder, the fhmset
AeMght Is stg*» ennunl mis tMt.m,
Anything left te he done et your
lolouro seldom gets done —8. Martin
New Hs Knows.
“Oa what ground, doe. your fetbsr
object to ms?" hs asked.
"O* toy grounds within e mils of
our hoeee,” she answered
Dettltta I ye Salve Rssteree.
No mittsr bow badly tha aye* mar hs
disaaaau or injured. All drugaiaU or How-
ard Bros., Butslu, N. Y.
It will never role rose*, u we weal
more roses ws must glut mere trees
A etlteh today may aave § patch to-
AMATEUR PHOTOIRAMERS WJ,
Rims, an, sits, loo oar mil and «•> It right, our
msi-iu (tret .rssl-sl Sauill In clou, r.i . ls, snuto
TOOLS and OUTLBRY
Ths very tons. amde. Ask your hardware
MCNANDt -CONOVIR MMtOWAM N.
hastssaii. u« usiahaws CM*, Okla.
> Mss, ees
Tbs par excellence of all razor*
Kldnsy trouble preys
upon ths mind, dfscour-
•gsu and lessens ambU
WOMEN SKwK?' JTuSt
, p*«r. When tha kidneys
srs out of ordvr or dlaeas-d. For snod ra*
Dr. Kilmer's Hwamp-Rnut ths
^**wf rsmsdv. At drugstata. Hans.
MS hsttls by mall frso, alan pamphl-t,
tedrsaa, Dr. Kllatsr A Om„ Bln.ksalea, N. V,
IKIIIMI tTina ssurasssr
W. N. U., Oh Is hsme City, Ns. 44-flllk
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