The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 16, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD BEAVER OKLAHOMA
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Many o( our American women were un-
ble to take up the dutlra of nurttng it
the 'front but they should know how to
take care of their own at home and for
tlsis purpose no tetter book waa evei
(.rented than the Medical Adviser boos
ttuitainloK 1008 page and bound in cloth
with chapters on First Aid Dandaging
ad care of Fracturea Taking care of the
fiick Vliyslology Hygiene Sex Problem
Moth and Ilabe which can be had at
moat drug stores or tend SO rente to the
publiaUra. 863 Main St. Buffalo N. Y.
The women at borne who are warn
wh lufTer from pln at regular oi
. fares"lar Intervals who are nervoua ol
iiiif at Mjtics ahould take that reliable
ttmierftce herbal tonic which a doctor in
- irncttre prescribed many jcara ago.
)(ov told by druggists in tablets and liq-
uid s Dr. I-iercc'a Favorite l'rcfcriptlon.
fcd 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel
u"X N. yt . for trial package.
tie'tnworth Kant"! was all run down. ITad
eorwlicatlon ot dlorawa. My neic door neiib-
fcor recommended Dr. Pierce's Tavorlto Irecrlp-
tliTi becauM she'had taken it with fine remits.
t vVcldd to take It and alter taking two bottles
v t he medicine I was entirely well. I felt like
4rf life. It Is surely a One medicine."
Mr. Franc O. Lunhdrdl 772 Seneca M.
"By what stretch'' or the Imagina-
tion rn you call this a bnchelot
"Why It's n single room Isn't It."
. J!?0 Worm In Healthy Child
Ail children troubled with vronni he an bb
Bealthr color which Indlani? poor blood and at m
rale there It more or 1m Miintcb dlstarbtUM.
GIUWII'S TASTHLtSSS cbl II TONIU ft Ten resraUrlr
for .wo or three weeks will enrich the blood 1m
proT the dlcettlon and act an a Uneral Btrenath-
nlngTnnle lo the whole ayitem. Nature will thet
frow off or dlinel the woruot. and the Child will b
perfect Malta. Pleasant to take. oUo per bottuj.
The Name Gutta Perch a.
Guttn pcrclM derives Its name from
the Mulnynn words gucta a gum. nnd
pcrcha n cloth. It was Introduced to
the civilized world In 1842 by Docto
Montgomery n Scottish surgeon.
Get New Kidneys!
The kidneys are the most overworked
organs of the human body and when they
fail in their work .of filtering out and
throwing olf tbo poisons developed in the
aystem things begin to happen.
One of the first warnings is pain or stiff-
nesa in the lower part of the back; highly
colored urine; losa of appetite; indiges-
tion; irritation or even atone in the blad-
der. These symptom indicate a condition
that may lead to that dreaded and fatal
- Bulady Bright' disease for which there
la said to be no cure.
Do not delay a minute. At the first in--.
dication of trouble in the kidney liver
bladder or urinary organs start taking
Hold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and
aave yourself before it ia too late. Instant
treatment ia necessary in kidney and blad-
der troubles. A delay ia often fatal.
You can almost certainly find immediate
relief in Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules.
For more than 200 years this famous prep-
aration has been an unfailing remedy for
all kidney bladder and urinary troubles.
It ia the pure original Haarlem Oil your
great-grandmother used. About two cap-
sules each day will keep you toned up and
feeling fine. Get it at any drug store and
if it does not give you almost immediate
relief your money will be refunded. Be
sure you get the GOLD MKDAL brand.
None other genuine. In boxes three
"Do you prefer blondes or bru-
nettes?" "Dunno. Are you thinking ot chang-
ing?" If selfishness furnished the real
Joys of life solltoro would bo our na-
Look out for Span-
At the first sign of
a cold take
Standard cold remedy for 10 years In tables
twin sah sura do opiates craaka op a cold
t4 hours relieves grip In 3 days. Money
cairitfaita. The genuine box has a Red top
wfefeM.HUl's picture.' At AU Drug Stores.
Your Veterinarian can stamp
them out with Cutter' Anti-Calf
Scour Scrum and Cutter's Germ
Free Blackleg Filtrate and Aggrcailn
oi Cutter' Blackleg Fills.
Aak him about them. If ha
hasn't our literature write to tw (or
Information on these products.
Th. Cutter Laboratory
erswUy Cal. r CM 111.
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(Mil Hfr rf Waft War A'S
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BETTY'S CHRISTMAS DREAM.
"I won n doll" n little girl tuimcil
Hetty sold. "I wont n doll not ono
which enn talk nnd sny lumnmn nnd
pnpn for I have hud one of those.
"Hut I want n doll which won't
brenk a nlCo rug dolly which I can
Inve nnd hug and tnke to bed with me
So Hetty talked for day nftcr dny
an soon as the cold wenther enme nnd
she began tn think of the Christina
season which trns toconic no sooii.
"Oh I do want n dolly" she said
And she thoight nbout having a dolly
so much and wnntlng one so much Hint
one night she dreamed about It.
It wr some tittle time before Christ
mas nnd she drentned that she was
up In Santa Clous' workshop. There
she saw tables nnd tables nnd tables
with half-made toys upon them. She
snw huge barrels nnd packing cases
and toys being taken nwny. She snw
Santa Onus' huge puck which he woro
upon his back on Christmas eve as he
went to visit nil the boys and girls In
She saw toys which were alt fin-
ished and were standing up by each
other In rows which lindn't been put
nwny for the great Chrlstnins eve nnd
ClirlHtmna season yet. There were
Teddy Hears and woolly lambs little
pink rag pigs and there were trains
of cars and boats and airplanes.
There were games and balls and
tops. There were soldier suits nnd
Betty Held Her Breath.
sailor boy suits. There were toy guns
nnd whistles and all sorts of toy ani-
mals. There wero dolls nil beautifully
dressed with china faces nnd china
bodies. And there were some with rug
bodies but chlnn faces and there wero
others oh there wero so many of all
sorts she simply couldn't look at them
She felt dizzy looking nt so many.
And she snw Santa Claus his red coat
lying on a chair near by working for
all ho was worth making toy after
toy painting one putting It together
fixing It so It would be all right.
There he was his whlto beard hang-
ing way down on his chest nnd his
eyes well she had never seen such
They were inughlngl Yes actually
laughing. She saw those blue eyes of
his twinkle and she saw them laugh.
Oh how happy lie looked. And yet
how busy ho was. He no sooner fin-
ished one toy than he made another.
Gracious I How quickly ho worked.
Now ho wa mating what was It
could It bel
Hetty held her breath. This was al-
most too exciting I
Yes he was actually making a doll
the very sort she wnnted n nice
rag doll with a painted face a doll
to hug nnd lore. Oh how sho would
love that doll Santa Claus was mak-
ing. And then It seemed as though the
shop were for owny and the toys grew
less nnd lets clear and the lasf sho
saw whs an nnn of a rug doll being
finished while Santa smiled as though
"You'll do little doll you'll do."
And then she heard her mother cull-
ing her to get up. "It's lutc her
"Oh mother I had such a dream. I
dreamt I saw Santa Claus In his shop.
Oh he was the most beautiful old man
I ever saw In all my life nnd oh
mother his eyes! How they laughed.
And he van making think mother
ho was making n rrjr doll I The' very
sort of a doll I hopo he will give me
for Christmas. And I saw the whole
Bhop and all tho toys nnd everything.
Oh I hopo Santa brings tne a rag
Now the dream king had sent this
dream to Hetty and It was ns r-cal in
a dream can be. Hut It was absolute-
ly real that Santa Claus was making
a rug doll and that that rag doll was
going to be found Christmas morning
In Hetty's stocking for tho dream king
had told Santa Claus It was whit she
wanted and that was wjiy Santa Clnus
had smiled so when he had finished
tho dolly because ho knew how tho
dolly was going to please Betty I
Meant Big Excitement.
Henry was learning to read and
liked to practice. He lived near a
theater .which he sometimes visited
when It wa open for cleaning. Re-
turning one .day after roaming about
the building be told hi parents:
"There's going to be a big excite-
ment In the theater tonight"
"What makes you think aoV" they
"It sa J m over the door -xl-t"
I o ' . "
Every man takea care that Wa neigh-
bor idiall not cheat him. Dut a dny
comes whan he begins to raro that ha
does not cheat hla neighbor. Then all
goes well. 11a has clwnged tita mar-
ket cart Into a dial lot ot the sun.
THE WELL-STOCKED EMERGENCY
In erory well-ordered home an emer
gency shelf is on Indispensable ad
junct to the equip-
ment With n well-
stocked shelf the
calmly on cvi-n
with an Inroad of
four or five unex-
pected guests. The
variety of shelf
foods will deiend largely upon the
taste of the family. It Is a good plan
to lmve two Jars or cans of each arti-
cle In case one Is not sufficient. He
sure to replenish nny cans used at the
first order so thnt the shelf Is alwnys
ready for any emergency.
Hecntisc one lives in the city do
not think an emergency shelf Is un-
necessary for It Is far mure conve-.
nlcnt than n hurried call over tho
phone or visit to the nearest store
as tho time Is often most necessary
to save In preparing n hurried meal.
The overage family will uso several
cans of condensed lnllk two or three
kinds of soup two enns ench twotchns
of salmon and two of tuna fish ono
pncltnge of codfish two cans of clams
nnd two of crab meat n gll(ss of dried
beef nnd sliced bacon a Jnr of crenm
cheese n bottle of pnrmesan cheese
n few cans of corn pons string nnd
limn benns two cans of uspnragus to-
matoes and spinach one can of stuffed
olives one of ripe olives nnd n con
of pimentos two Jars of peoches.
pears ond sliced pineapple one bottle
of salad dressing a glass of peanut
butter two bottles each of ginger ale
nnd grape Juice a package of crackers
(sweet) nnd salted wafers mixed nuts
n few choice rnlslns. llgs nnd dates
with a small tin of ninrshmallows.
A most attractive dish and one
quickly prepared Is the following:
Salmon With Rlced Potato. Take
n good-sized platter heap the salmon
In tho center If the ordinary kind re-
moving skin nnd hones; If It Is n filet
of salmon place It unbroken In the
center of a chop plate or platter. Cook
potatoes to serve the number of guests
put through n rlcer and arrange as
a border to the fish. Prepare a rich
white sauce using n cupful of milk
and two tnhlespoonfuls of butter and
flour cooked together then ndd the
milk. When thick nnd well-cooked
pour around the potato nnd place tho
platter In n dripping pan of hot water;
place In the oven nnd heat until liotall
through. Serve garnished with a bit
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Never be moan In anything; never
be false; never be cruel. Avoid these
three vices. David Copperflelil.
Borne defeats arc only Installments
A hot soup crenm clear or a bisque
Is fnvorcd these chilly evenlngr.
When one hns dinner nt
night n light dinner may
bo preceded by a cream
soup as most soup Is
most nourishing. Cnnned
soup Is n most convenient
form to keen on hand ns
o few minutes' hent-
Ing will nuike ready n
wholesome nnd nppctlzlng dish.
Hashed Brown Potatoes. -Chop two
cupfuls of cold boiled potntocs until
fine. Senson with onion Juice salt and
pepper nnd turn Into n frying pan;
add n quarter of n cupful of milk and
cook without stirring for ten minutes.
Pold nnd roll like nn omelet on n hot
plntter when reudy to serve. Garnish
Beef With Raisins Cut a quarter of
n pound of snlt pork Into s'rlps nnd
fry In n hot frying pun until crisp
with a sliced oclon. I.ny a compnet
rind of beef on then odd o pint of wa-
ter cover and cook for ten minutes
turning the beef three times during
the time. Tuko up the beef and Iny It
In n dripping pan. dredge with flour
nnd baste with tho gravy from the fry-
ing pan thicken with flour snisou with
salt u teaspoonful of sugar and two
tuhlespoonfuls of chopped raisins nnd
tho same of blanched nnd shredded
almonds ; cook five minutes then pour
around the meat.
California Salad. Cut n large firm
ripe apple Into cubes ndd hnlf ns
much finely minced celery one- orange
thinly bllced with the Juice. Spread
on lettuce and slice ripe olives In
bits ndd oil from the olives tho chop-
ped apple nnd orange with the
celery nnd mix well. Servo gnrnlsned
with sliced olives. Add n little lemon
Julco pnd let stund n half hour to sea-
Salmon or Tuna Fish for Sandwich
Filling. Take a can of either fish
and make Into a paste with the oil
In the can. Chqp. a small onion a half
a clove of garlic und a quarter of a
green pepper a teaspoonful of chopped
parsley and water enough to cook
them drain and mash add snlt and
pepper and mix with the fish. Pack Lb
glas Jan aod coyer wits melted bat-ttv
jflyy Qf J v JJ
Orent deeds cannot die; they with
the sun ami moon renew their IIrIiI
forever Messing those thnt look on
FOR .TrlE CHILDREN'S LUNCH
For the little beginner who goes to
school hut hnlf n day on apple or n
with Jelly will he
nil that Is needed.
A child may very
early he taught to
food or on the
contrary n bad
habit Is ns easy to form (living chil-
dren milk wanned with coffee or tea
Is n most pernicious practice nnd one
which will ruin the digestion nnd
nervous system of the average child.
Don't flatter yourself because no evil
results arc evident nt once that there
Is no harm done. Jinny of our other-
wise splendid men nnd women would
he worth much more to the world and
themselves If they hud been properly
fed when young. If our farmers are
so Impressed In their teaching of feed-
ing cattle with the Idea that careful
feeding weighing of food nnd con-
stant wn'clilng are Important for Ufa
young calf If It keeps on growing It
should be doubly Important thnt every
mother should ue ns much cure In
the feeding of her child.
It is nil too common to see the child
n hiilf-hour or less before mealtime
Indulge In sweets and enndy. Such a
practice dulls the taste for the food
I w lilcli Is served and the child Is un
dernourished and often has -no resist-
mice when n sudden strain of Illness
comes upon hlui.
A hot cream soup when possible Is
a sufllclent luncheon with a bread nnd
butter sandwich. A cupful of hot
milk In cold weather Is a nourishing
food given with a few crackers. When
the child refuses to drink his milk lei
him have n straw lo drink It through
nnd serve tho milk In n pretty glass
or cup. Clear broth or gruel may bo
served In this way.
A bit of chicken or lamb llsl nnd
eggs ore all good for the school child
nnd may be given In the form of sand-
A child has a natural craving for
sweets which should be gratified with
pure sugar candy occasionally figs
dates and raisins or In the form of
n sweet sandwich. Cover bread and
butter with grated maple sugar brown
sugnr or mnple sirup. Do not cut
down on the butter milk and crenm
for tho child torrthey are foods es-
sential to his growth. A butter sub-
stitute may be used If tho child drinks
plenty of milk but otherwise pile on
H H H
Don't be afraid of changing your
mind. Everything changes; why then
should your opinions remain the
some? ThlnklnK mean development.
Development menns change. Without
thinking you drift backward.
CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND OTH-
Do not deprive the little people of
the Joy of -candy making this year
even with no
whlto sugnr to
Use. There are
in nny delicious
tnke little or no
This Is u most
tempting s w e e t
which may be made very festive In Its
Chrlstnins wrappings to mid to the
Christmas bos. 1'ut through the meat
chopper one pound of figs one-half
pound of dates ndd ono cupful of
chopped Kngllsh walnuts knead on n
hoard nnd shupo Into the thickness of
a sausage. Wrap In oiled paper and
tie with Christmas tape.
Fruit Candy. Toko one sllco of
crystallized pineapple one-quarter
pound of candled cherries and one-
quarter pound of walnut meats. Chop
all rather fine nnd ndd to fudge Just
us It Is removed from the stove. Heat
until thick pour Into a buttered pan
and cut In squares.
Maple Candy. One cupful of ninnlo
sugnr one-half cupful of cream Holl
until It creams when stirred A good
test Is n soft hall In cold water. Heat
until thick enough to hold Us shape
then drop on butttered sheets In spoon-
fuls. I'tncu n walnut on each before
It becomes too hard.
Caramels. Take a cupful of grated
unsweetened chocolnte one cupful of
sugnr and one cupful of molasses n
quarter of n cupful of milk nnd n tolile-
sponnful of butter. Holl until It makes
it hard ball when dropped In water.
Pineapple Salad. Take ono can of
pineapple drain off nil tho Juice ndd
one-half pound of mnrshmatlows cut In
bits mix well put Into a glass dish
and cover with sweetened whipped
Fruit Salad. Tale equal parts of
whlto grapes seeded pineapple and n
few sections of 'grapefruit mlxjjwlth
mayonnaise dressing and serve as" ties-
sert.cirho addition of nuts will im-
prove this dish although It Is very
good without t
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Mineral. NoTXiAwoy s.
lata Copy ot Wrapper.
Indigestion dyspepsia soar atom
chs-bloated.gasey stomach bcleby
miserable-feeling stomachs these are
What a lot of
isUery they cause!
How Acid-Stomach with its day
aiter-aay aunennss. aoe taae tne io
out of Ufel Not onlv that Acl
Stomach i alwava undermining one's
health. Think of what acid does to
the teeth bow the acid eat through
the enamel causing them to decay.
la K any wonder then that Acta
ip tne strengtn oi tne
ilea and wreck the health
of o many people!
Yon see ACID-STOMACH vlotimi
everywhere always ailing. They can't
tell exactly what fa the matter; all
they ay is "I don't feel well ' ''I'm
all inj Ured sickly." If they only
knew it nine times oat of ten H t
Acid-Stomach that la ailing them.
It surely make good digestion diffi-
cult cansea food to lour and) fer-
ment in tho bowels weakens th
blood and fills the system with poi
sons u prevents one irom getting
the (oil strength out of their food.
the foil strength out of their food. Noutu wsDaan uuicsgo
TATO N I c
p fcyfTOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH Ov
Tliero Is no spirit In these pic-
tures." "Ot course not Don't you
see they nro water colore?"
Kftp nor llrtr elite jour bowels clcin tij
ttkloji Ur. Pierce's Plesuut Pellets and fonil
keep lieslthx wetllbr sb4 arlae. Ail.
Mistress "Why did you lenve your
Inst place?" Applicant "Why did
your last cook leave hers?"
We offer 1100.00 (or any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALLI)
HALL'S CAT AJUIH MEDICINE Is tak.
en Internally and acta through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Sold by druggiata (or over (orty year.
Price 75c Testimonials dee.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo Ohio.
Tho question every morning Is not
bow to do the gainful thing hut how
to do thu Jubt thing. John Ituskln.
When tinny Is Teething-
aBOTars nauv uowub msiucinn win mmet
U Siomach snd llowel trouble. Perfect! Bain-
less. BieeHlreoUoMonUiefcotile. '
The more gencrul use of barges will
soon Increase the copuclty of tho In-
land streams of this country.
The prices of cotton and linen have
been doubled by the war. Lengthen
their service by using Red Cross Ball
Blue In the laundry. AU grocers fie.
Unless a man Is sincere ho can nev-
er be a hero la his own estlrantloa.
For Xnfttnta and Chndriiy
Mothers Know That
A I wfl.Tm
NB ALL. NOSE
ANB THROAT DIRCAM
Cures the elck and acts ns a preventative forotherav
Liquid given on Hie tonirua. Bare for brood mare ana
nil others. Heat kldnoy remedy. Dooklet "Distemper."
Cauno and Cure." free. Consumers may order dlreet
from thu manufacturers. .Bend remittance with yourlor-
dcr 0 cents and $1.16 n hnttle; IS.R0 nnd til. 00 the ao
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Take EAfONIO aad getrM ot yoW
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