The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 26, 1914 Page: 6 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD. BEAVER OKLAHOMA
A Doctor's First
"How are Your BowchT" A Sim-
ple Remedy that Guarantees
Good Bowel Action.
Traco tlio origin of tho commoner
Ilia of llfo nml almost Invariably you
will And that constipation was tho
caueo. It la not to bo expected that a
mass ot fermented food can romnln In
tho systom beyond Its tlmo without vi-
tiating tho blood and affecting tho
nerves and muscles. It congests tho
Tho remits aro colds fovors piles
hcadacheR and norrousnoss with Its
accompanying Indigestion and sleep-
lessness. There Is only ono thing to
do and that Is to rcmovo the troublo
and when naturo seems unablo to do
it outside aid Is necessary You will
And tho best of all outside aids t rem-
edy that many thousands nro now us-
ing for this very purpose called Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Many hun-
dreds ot letters nro received by Dr.
Caldwell telling of tho good results
obtained and among tho enthusiastic
lotters Is ono from Lieut 0 W
Vaughan of C23 W. North St. Decatur.
III. He Is 72 and has had a bad liver
and stomach slnco ho enmo out of tho
army. Ho says ho tried about every-
thing but never succeeded In gottlng
pormanent rollof until ho took Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Ho Is never
without a botllo In tho houso and ho
Is novcr without good health.
It has untold ndvnntagos over pills
salts and tho various coarso cathartics
Common Form of Insanity.
A party of Clovelamleru entertained
some holiday visitors nml having
hIio wed them everything Interesting In
Cleveland propor they had to tako
them to Nowburg for a view of thn
asylum. Tho superintendent was In
ii genial frame of mind and he con-
ducted tho bunch personally.
"Hero Is a queer c-aso ladles" he
said pausing at n particular cell
"This man lias tho delusion that ho
possesses the motlvo power that runs
tho universe Ho Is perfectly harm-
less but ho nctually believes that
without him tho world would not
move. Strange notion. Isn't It7"
"Why not nt nil!'1 exclaimed one of
tho women. "My husband linn tho
snino Idea and ha always has had It.
Is ho crazy too?"
Dr. Picrce'a Pleasant Pellets first put up
40 yenra ago. They regulate and invigorate
stomach liter and bowel. Sugar-coated
tiny granule. Adv.
The supposer Ideal htiHband Is not
always such a fine fellow at short
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' the only food rraulrrd either fnr'lief
or dairy purposes. Inl912.anda?alnln
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lha Champlon.hlD for baaf ataar. HonH r.'
I schools markets convenient climate ex-
; celknt. For the homesteader the man
who wishes to farm extensively or the
investor. Canada oners the blo-rest o
ponuniljr oi any place on the c itincnt.
Apply for descriptive literature and
I reduced railway rales to
F Ottawa Canada or to
Kansas City Mo.
I Government Agent
UatrCuittnrio maaafromeomblngs. Irlen
flail OIVI1UMH3 atteiu. ar.laailtVllMlto
Full line Accessories Odd Radiators
Wind Shields Axles etc. THIS JONES
AUTO EXCHANGE 114 116 118
120 N. Topeka Ave. Wichita Kansas
Carry a full lino of Field
and Garden Seed. Kanvu Seed Corn a spe-
cialty All light garden teed sent postpaid.
243 N. MAIN ST. WICHITA KAN.
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WE own the creatcut rormula In the world for
the treatment of IMea We tieat Pitea with-
out aurgery. No cutting tying burning. Kg.
aturra or caustic. Notlitngtn harm you. Nochlo-
reform or other anaesthetic used in our treatment
of l"ile. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re-
funded. Also treat Fistula 1'issure. Ulcer. Prolap-
sus etc. Cinetn specialists whotreatnotlilngbut
diseases of the Kectum. This Institution has been
in Kansas over 30 vearaand hasnever jel failed on
a case of Piles we will give $100 for anyone who
can show us such n esse tion't let anvone experi-
ment on jou. COME TO MEN WHO KNOW
WRITE for information.
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LIEUT. G. W. VAUQHAN
nnd purgatives for whllo thesn do but
tomporary good Syrup Pepsin euros
permanently. The effect of Its action
Is to train tho stomach and bowel
muscles to do their work naturally
again and In n short tlmo all forms ot
medicine can bo dispensed with. It
can bo bought without Inconvcnlcnco
nt any nearby drug storo for fifty
conts and ono dollar n bottle tho latter
slzo being regularly bought by thoso
who already know Its valuo. IIcbuUs
nro. always guaranteed or monoy will
KumlllcB wishing to try a frco Bam-
plo bottle can obtain It poBtpnld by ad-
dressing Dr. W. 11. Caldwell 203 Wash-
Ington St. Montlcello III. A postal
card with your name and address on
It will do.
WDULDN'TTRUST THE 'GATOR
Darkey Had by No Means Lost His
Faith Out He Was Just a Little
IHshop McDowell tells a story about
a southern baptism. A colored preach-
er was dipping his converts In tho wa-
ters of a troplcul stream when ono old
darkey snw n crocodile sunning him-
self on tho oppslto bank. When his
turn camo to bo immcrccd he drew
hack canting terror-stricken eyes at
tho sleeping saurian.
"What's do mattuli wld yo brud-
dor." said tho parson; "yo nit ain't
skecred o' dat dar 'gator Is yo'?"
Tho darkey admitted frankly that
"Don' yo' all 'member do story ob
Jonah an' do whale nn' how do whalo
dun spit up Jonah on do shoah?"
"Yes puRsnn Ah 'mombers crbout
Jonah. Hut dat whalo dun litib a con-
science Dat 'gator looks lak' ho might
go to sleep nn' ferglt nil crbout mo."
Judge Stephen C. Greeno nt p din-
ner lit Charleston v. as defending a
"I mn u conservative" said Judgo
Oreono "and I bcllovo that It Ib bet-
ter for law nnd order that aentences
should err on tho side ot harshness
rather than on tho side of lenity.
"Look at naturo tho great Judgo of
us nil. Was thero ever n harsher
severer Judgo than nature who sen-
tences each and every ono of us to
hard labor for llfo?"
Queer English Duty.
Americans will bo Interested to
know that from 1CC0 It hns been cus-
tomary to take a duty as ono of tho
hereditary customs ot tho crown. In
1CG0 thero was a duty of clght'penco
a gallon on nil tho tea liquor sold In
all coffeo houses a great Inconveni-
ence to tea drinkers becauso It was
survo)ad only twice n day by the ex-
clso olllcers and so could only bo
brewed twice n day. London Mall.
ANOTHER COFFEE WRECK
What's tho Use When There's an Easy
Along with tho coftoo habit has
grown the provalont "American Disease-"
Tho following letter Bhows tho way
out of tho troublo:
"l-'lvo years ago I was a great cof-
feo drinker and from Its uso I be-
came bo nervous I could scarcely
sleep at all nights. My condition grow
worse and worse until finally tho phy-
sician I consulted declared my trou-
bles wore duo to coffee.
"Out bolng so wodded to tho bev-
erago I did not seo how I could do
without It especially at breakfast
aa that meal seemed Incomplcto with-
"On a visit my friends deprived ma
ot coffeo to prove that It was harm-
ful. At tho end ot about eight days
I was less nervous but tho craving
for coffeo was Intense bo I wont back
to the old habit ns soon aa I got homo
and tho old sleepless nights camo
near making a wreck of mo.
"I heard of Postum and decided to
try It. 1 did not llko It at first be-
cause ns 1 afterwards discovered It
was not mode properly. I found how-
over that when mado after directions
on tho package It was delicious.
"It had n soothing effect on my
nerves and none ot tho bad effects
that coffeo had bo I bado farowoll to
coffeo and havo used only Postum
since. Tho most wonderful account ot
tho benefit to bo derived from
Postum could not exceed my own ex-
perience." Nanio given by Postum Co. Battlo
Creek Mlnh. Write for a copy ot "Tho
noad' to Wellvlllo."
PoBtum now comoa In two forms:
Regular Postum must bo well
Instant Postum la n soluble pow-
der. A tenspoonful dissolves quickly
In a cup of hot water ind with cream
and sugar makes a delicious bever-
age Instantly. Grocers Bell both kin. Is.
"There's a Heason" for Po urn.
CRIPPLES WHO WERE CLEVER
Talleyrand tho notorious French
statesman friend ot Napoleon and
ambassador at the English court was
designed for a military career; but
an accident when one year old ron-
dcrod him a cripple for life. His cun-
ning cleverness political penetration
adroit Intrigues and Ingenious sub-
terfuges woro vehemently opposed by
tho emperor's wlfo Josephlno who
energetically denounced him as a
Joslah 'Vpdgwood tho famous pot-
tor and scientist suffered from a dls-
easo ot tho right knee which neces-
sitated tho amputation of tho limb. Ho-
fcrrlng to this Intlrmlty Mr. Gladstone
ouco declared. "It sent his mind In-
wards; It drovo him to meditate upon
tho laws and secrets of his art. The
result was that he arrived at a percep-
tion and grasp of them which might
perhaps havo been envied by an Athe-
nian potter." Tho early years of John
Klaxman who designed the choicest
specimens of Wodgwood ware were
spent behind his father's shop-counter
propped up by pillows and amusing
himself by drawing and reading. It
was long before he could walk and he
only learned to do so by hobbling
along on crutches.
Alexandor Pope the poet ta said to
havo Inherited nothing from hie father
snvo his physical deformity and noth-
ing from bis mother excopt her violent
headache. Little more than four feet
In height his bodily Infirmities ren-
dered his life ono long disease yet he
labored Incessantly nnd received J2G-
600 for his translation of tho "Ilald."
Mrs. Drowning the distinguished
poetces was of a dellcato constitution
and never enjoyed robust health. Hor
sufferings wcro duo to an accident
which happened In her sixteenth year.
Sho was ono day trying to saddle her
pony In a field when Bhe fell with tho
saddle upon her. Incurring an Injury to
her spine. The after-effects wero no
sorlous that for years sho had to re-
cllno on her back.
Doth Lord Dyron and Sir Walter
Scott wero lamo. Sir Walter's lame-
ness was cauncd by a kick from a
horso when acting ns quartormaster
ot the Edinburgh Light cavalry.
Sir William Thomson who became
Lord Kelvin wns a crlpplo and so was
Dr. James MacGrcgor ono ot the
greatest of Scottish preachers.
BUILDER OF THIRD PYRAMID
Thero have been found recently ten
statues ot Menkaura or Mycerlnus
the Fourth Dynnsty king ot Egypt
who built the Third Pyramid at
Ghtzph whoso mummy case Is In the
British Museum. One of these statues
ot alabaster Ib here plcturod. The
Egyptian artist was not permitted to
alter tho features of a Pharaoh and
the statues show that Mycerlnus was
tall robust slender with long legs
powerful shoulders surmounted by a
small face an athlete with the head
almost ot a child. In addition project-
ing eyes big ears a short ncui. tho
Up turned up a sensual mouth with
full lips a chin receding under tho
artificial beard; tho expression of tho
faco Is benevolent oven weak.
FISHES DO NOT FREEZE
Many of the rlvors In Siberia and
other northern countries nro frozen
solid In the winter but fish nro abund-
nnt In them Sir Ernest Shnckleton
found that fUh frozen In antarctic !c
rovlvod when the Ice melted nnd
scientists havo slowly frozen fish Into
blocks of Ice and found thoy were
nllvo nnd wiggling when thawed out
several weeks later. Those facts huvo
led to oxperlmonts looking toward tho
transportation of live fish In blocks
of Ico on a commercial scale.
LARGEST AMERICAN PEARL
The most valuable pearl over found
tn America was recently taken to Chi-
cago to bo appraised. Tho poarl was
found by Dr. Jcsso Carr on the banks
of tho Fox river. It weighs 62 grains
nnd Is a perfect specimen. The finder
nnmed It "Queen of Amorlca1' and pre-
sented It to his wlfo. On his first op-
portunity ho took It to Chicago to
havo It appraised nnd was astonished
when ho was told that It was worth
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New Year Ropes in Tokio
The custom of observing the beginning of the year as a period of sacred
and festive delight Is as ancient In Japan as In the countries of the Occident.
The rejoicing Is more universal and profound however for every family ap-
pears to participate and the festivity Is not for a day but for ten. A few days
before New Year the whole appearance of z Japanese town or city begins to
change. Men are busy from morn till night carrying evergreens and setting
them up before the doors of the citizens. The greater houses have each side
of the main gateway the kadomatsu or gate pine consisting of the tops of
small pines together with short shafts of bamboo put Into one In a most artis-
tic manner. The poorer classes have slender bamboo trees placed before their
houses. In the above picture a large number of stout ropes are seen hanging
up for sale In the streets of Toklo. All classes try to have one of the straw
ropes over the door or gateway of their houses with a persimmon or a lobster
In the center- The straw rope symbolizes religion the fruit earth'c blessing
and the lobster the New Year's good wish th?t you may live till your back Is
bent up Ilka a lobster's with old age. "
COLD CURE FOR BALDNESS
Can baldness bo cured by cold at-
mosphoro treatment? Tho question
has attracted the attention of scient-
ists. Sir Ernest Shackleton tho explor-
er laid stress upon the fact that many
of tho mon lnjils expedition before
their sojourn In the Antarctic regions
were remarkable for tho thinness of
their locks. Thoy had baroly been a
fow weoks In tho frozen south how-
over thnn their hair began to grow
and when thoy returned from their
expedition all had hair remarkable for
Its thickness and luxuriance.
It has been remarkod also that near-
ly all tho men who work tho greater
part of the day tn cold storage rooms
huvo good heads of hair.
It may bo that some enterprising
person will soon start tho cold cure
ANCIENT IBIS CEMETERY
The discoveries by tho Egypt explo-
ration fund at Its famous alto Abydos
have revealed a curious ancient cus-
tom of human burial In deop bowls or
pots and Include tho discovery ct the
Ptolemaic Ibis cemetory In the east-
ern desert The Ibis was the sacred
bird ot ancient Egypt and thoy were
burled with divine honors wrapped In
the colors ot their plumage crownod
with tho Atet crown ot the moon-disk.
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When the salmon tart up tho rivers of the Pacific coast for the purpose
of breeding. It Is compelled to make some wonderful leaps to get above thi
numerous falls In the streams. Our Illustration shows some of the fish nego-
tiating apparently Impossible obstacles on their way to the sDawnlnn nrmmH.
They Jump up the falls In successive
NEST-BUILDING TREE FROG
The tree frog shown In this photo-
graph belongs to tho genus Agalychnls
and Is a native ot Colombia. Its eggs
are attached tajenves which nre then
folded over to protect the eggs until
thoy hatch. Those nests always over-
hang pools Into which the larvae drop
when tbey reach the' tadpole stage
their further development taking placo
lu the water Just as In ordinary frogs.
leaps of ten falling but never giving up.
ALL SORTS OF HINTS.
IDEAS PA88ED FROM ONE HOUSE-
KEEPER TO ANOTHER.
Tor Quick Removal of Ink 8talns To
Curl Feather Properly and Quick-
ly Economical Substitute for
the Ordinary Starch.
To Ilemovo Ink Stains. Having
found out another method for taking
out Ink Btalns I pass it on to others:
Hub the Ink stains on linen with a
rtpo tomato cut tn half and tho stains
will disappear when tho artlclo Is
washed. I also find tomato very good
for taking tho Ink stains out ot dark
cloth sponging with cold rain water -after
How to Curl a Feather If you
would like to know how to curl a
feather you will nnd tho following
very good: Sprtnklo the feather with
salt then shako In front of a hot tiro.
To Preservo GaB Mantles. To niako
gas mantles last longer and to glvo
th:r. a more brilliant light when they -aro
now I find It very good to Ira-
merso them In a glass of vinegar for
a minute and then hang them up and
thoroughly dry before using. -
linking Hint. Hero Is a discovery
which has been of great help to me:
When making fruit pies to keep them
from boiling over make a runnel of
greased paper and placo It In tho cen-
ter of tho pie.
To Clean a Mackintosh. For clean-
ing a mackintosh I find tho following
method excellent: Dip the garment
first in cold water then with a scrub-
bing brush and yellow soap proceed
to scrub It all over having spread It
Hat on a table. When tho dirt la re-
moved dip the cloak tn repeated wa-
ters until free from suds but do not -wring
It. When finished hang lt'up
In tho air to dry or In an airy room
but not near a fire.
To ftemove VarnUh Stains. Hav
ing mado a discovery In removing var-
nish stains from white goods I pass
It on to others: Moisten the stain
with ammonia then put on a fow
drops of turpentine and roll It up.
When this la finished leave It rolled
up for about IS or 20 minutes. Then
wash out with soapy water rinsing
well and dry In the Bun.
For the Laundry. Having discov-
ered a good substitute for starch that
will not stick to the clothes or rot -them
I pass It on to others: Wash
and rinse the clothes as usual then
rinse In skim milk. i
Thoroughly sift together one pint
of flour two teaspoonfula of baking
powder ono-half of a teaspoontul of
salt and ono-halt of a cupful of granu-
lated sugar. Deat two eggs add to
them ono cupful of milk. Stir Into tho
dry mixture add a scant halt cupful
of melted butter and beat hard. Stir
In ono cupful and a half of broken or
chopped nut meats turn Into a but-
tered mold cover closely and Bteam
for thrco hours.
Sauco. Cream well ono heaping
tablespoonful ot butter gradually add
one cupful of powdered sugar beating
until white. Gradually work In tho
yolks of threo eggs beaten with threo
tablespoonfuls of rich cream and fla-
vored with ono teaspoontul of vanilla.
Our supply of thin dishcloths glv- "
lag out when wo were at an Isolated
summer cottage a friend recommend-
ed ordinary whlto mosautto nottlne.
writes a Good Housekeeping contribu-
tor. It sounded absurdly Inadequate
but proved more satisfactory In every
way than the cloths woven for the
purposo. It was thin enough to go
easily Into pitchers and small cuds: It
was pleasant to handle; It scalded and .
dried easily and quickly and It was bo -cheap
there was no temptation to
keep It after It began to grow dingy.
It was necessary to make tho cloths
double and large say 12 by 24 Inches.
Ideal Lemon Pie.
Ilnko crust senaratnlv. tnitinv
Juice of one lemon a llttlo of tho
grated rind Bmall cup of sugar yolks
oi iwo eggs Deat well; odd ono largo
cud ot water. Into whlnh i..a k
stirred a tablespoon of cornstarch. Put
inio a saucopan or double boiler and
cook until a nice clear straw-colored
Jelly Is formed then put Into baked
crust and cover with two boaten
whites of tho eggs to which has been
added one-halt teaspoon ot sugar. Set
tn over to brown.
Oyster Scallops In Shells."
Hub' tho Inside surface of largo seal- '.
lop shells with butter nnd flll-wltli'-oystors
Season with salt and po"p4-'
per pour a bit of melted butter oyor
the oysters and a spoonful of milk?
dust with powdered breadcrumbs arid'-'
set In the oven to brown. If proferrod
tho buttered shells can first bo"ln"edU'-
with mnshod potato leaving a cavity'
In tho center for one or two oystors. -
Chocolate Walnut Pudding.
Poll ono pint of milk add half a cup-' '
ful of sugar two tablespoonfuls grated"
chocglato and one of cornstarch
yolks of two eggs beaten. Cook until '
thick. Remove from fire and add'ohtr
half cupful nuts mix well. Serve-cold'
In tall glasses with spoonful of whip-
ped cream on top "J
To Make Smooth Sauce.
It tho sugar and flour used in pud-
ding sauce nro Btlrrcd together dry
thero can bo no lumps wheu adding
other Ingredients. Dolling liquid may
bo poured over the mixture with per.
feet reBuIts.-Home Department Na.
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