The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 18, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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TULSA OKLA. STAR
The Anderson Grocery
We ars dealers In firtt-class line of Groceries and Market
(Teats. We cater to our customers. We give Special Attention to
11 Orders and Deliver Promptly. Try Us when you Order again.
C. L. ANDERSON Proprietor
311 N. GREENWOOD STj
Uncle Ben's Loan Office
103 SOUTH BOSTON.
Money to Loan on Anything of Value Uncle Ben ta tfia
poor man's friend. We carry a Sample Line of Good Shoes
a sample Une of lailor-Madc Misfit Clothing. We have
ig nargains in everything in our store. When you need
friend come and see "Uncle Hen."
Houses Lots Farms and Timber Land Oil nnd Gas Leases.
Money to Loan on City and Farm Real Estate. See
In the Office of Attorney II. A. Guess Room 10 Roscnfield Buildup.
PHONE 3337. TULSA OKLA.
When You Come to My Town Look For Mo
M. J. LATHON
THE BAGGAGE MAN.
Prompt First-Class Service and Courteous Treatment to Everybody.
( ' '' TULSA OKLAHOMA.
Council at Law
Practidnjr In nil courts of Oklahoma: member of the bar'of the
United States Circuit Court of appeals. Specialty in probate mat-
ters and land titles and railroad damage Buits
Office Room 6 Roicnficld Bids;.
Firtt and Main Streets
H. AUGUSTUS GUESS
Ten Years' Continuous Practice. Civil and Probata
Matters a Specialty.
JROOM 10 ROSENFIELD BLDG.
Wells Hair Manufacturing School
Where More than Twenty Different Arts and
Trades are Taught. Diplomas Furnished
on Graduation. The world needs yot..
Let us teach you.
Mrs. Dora Wells Manager.
613 EAST ARCHER.
J. H. Wells Proprietor.
FOR REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
SEE J. B. STRADFORO.
PHONE 3386. 30I n GREENWOOD
Directory of the Ministerial Alliance
TULSA OKLAHOMA 1913.
Rev. C. L. Netherland Pres. Res. 806 Ev Archer. Phone 1864.
Rev. J. F. Kersh Vice-Pres. Res. East Archer and Jackson.
Rev. II. G. Griffin Treasurer Res. 307 North Frankford.
Rev. T. J. Jones Chaplain Res. 509 N. Greenwood Ave.
Rev. F. K. White Critic of Outlines Res. 313 Exter.
Jm. A. Johnson Secretary Res. 305 N. Greenwood.. Phone 2481.
MANY USES FOR GRAPE
IOME 3UGQE8TIONS FOR LOVERS
OF THAT FRUIT.
Mad Into Citiup It Is a Welcome
Addition to the Winter Menu-
Recipe for Unfermented Juice
Marmalade and Salad.
drape Catsup. Tako are pounds of
grapes and stew over a knv lire until
soft; then rub through a slave. Add
two and a half pounds of sugar one
tublespoonful of allspice onu of pop-
per 0110 of cinnamon ono of cloves
half a tablespoonful of salt and a pint
of vinegar. Doll slowly until thick
and (smooth then bottle.
Grape Jelly Without Water Select
perfectly clean Concord grapes; strip
them from tlio sUms Into a clean dry
preserving or Jelly kcttlo; mash with
a wooden potato masher whllo they
neat. Keep thorn to tho boiling point
for four hiu'tn Uncovered stirring nnd
maBhlng tlrvt'n spry now and thon.
Then ullow to boll gmrfly for anothor
hour. Keep uncovered nnd Btlr fre-
quently to prevent burning. Then set
asldo nnd let cool slightly. Pour Into
chccscloth strainers n littlo in each
ono and let drain ovor night. Then
mensuro tho Julcu and proceed as
Unfermented Grape Juice. Tako
the following proportion of grapes
sugar and water Fifteen cupn of Con-
cord grapes stripped from tho Btenis
nine cupfuls of water nnd three cup-
fills of sugar. Mash tho grapes nnd put
them Into tho preserving kettlo with
flvo cupfuls of water. Let boll gently
until soft; thon strain off clear. Re-
turn seeds nnd skins to tho kettle add
remaining four cupfute and cook until
seeds nro clear from pulp. Strain
this Julco through checBcloth and add
to tho Ilrst strained. Put Into tho ket-
tle over tho flro and add tho thrco cup-
fuls of sugar. Ilrlng to boiling point
nnd continue flvo minutes; skim and
bottlo In air-tight Jars whllo hot. Dot-
tles with patent stoppers and fasten-
ers nro most convenient.
Ripe Grape Marmalade. Tako four
pounda of grapes four pounds of gran-
ulated sugar ono pound of itnnod
raisins chopped lino; two oranges
seeded and chopped with yellow rind
of ono. Cook tho fruit half nn hour
add tho sugar nnd boll ten minutes
longer. Pour into Jelly glosses or mar-
malado Jars and seal up.
Grape Salad Hcinovo the skins
from largo white California grapes
nnd cut them In halves to remove
seeds. Dlanch nn equal quantity of
English walnuts or pecans and shave
In strips. Itcmovo tho skin and all
tho white fiber from soveral small
rather tart oranges cut In rather
thick slices ther Into Btrlps removing
tho seeds. Grapefruit may bo substi-
tuted for th'o orange Dress each sepa-
rately with oil and lemon Julco sea-
soned with a littlo paprika. To give
a dainty finishing touch sprinklo a few
chopped candled cherries or pistachio
nuts over tho top. If )ou want some-
thing a littlo out of the ordinary mix
tho sntad with a cream mayonnalso in
which blend n littlo almond paste or
sprinklo fresh grated cocoanut over
Green Tomato Pickle.
Onn gallon sliced tomatoes the
greener tho better; salt them In lay-
ers and let them stand over night; In
tho morning drain them well; slice
four largo onions; put a layer of toma-
toes In the vessel than a few slices of
onion; proceed In this manner until
they nro all put In; cut six green pep-
porg very lino and spread over tho
top; tako ono tablespoonful black pop-
per ono tnblespoonful nllsplce two
tablcspoonfuls cloves threo tablo-
spoonfuls mustard; put In a bag and
boll In tho vinegar till tho strength Is
oitrnctcd then put tho bag on the top
of tho pickles pour on boiling vinegar
enough to cover thorn. Cover tho ves-
sol tightly nnd let It stand v three
woks without opening.
Leftovers of llsh can bo tafely kept
In tho refrigerator by putting then:
In a fruit Jar with rubber and scaling
A wlro baskot Is a good thing to
keep tho eggs for cooking In ns one
can sco how many eggs nro on hand
without taking tho basket off tho
A cheap nnd durable toaster for a
gas stovo is a plcco of sheet iron.
Over this a live-cent wire toaster can
be used without danger of burning or
blackening tho bread.
Fry out dry In tho dinner pot gome
thin slices of pork; put In a layer of
potatoes sliced In the sanin way; also
home fish; repeat In tho sumo ordct
until all Is in tho pot putting soma
popper and salt on each layer of po-
tatoes; split Bomo hard biscuits dip In
wntor nnd put thorn around the sides
and over tho top; put in water enough
to come Into sight. Stow until th'o po-
tatoes aro done and add half a pint of
milk or n teacup of swcot cream be-
fore taking up.
HI Last Visit
Bho ha'd' soon somo springs also ro-
mombcrod tomo summon) had known
a varloty of winters and had a few
hard autumns Tho young man who
was coming round scorned to bo sort-
oui. but slow so oho snld
"I want to show you my rings.
Papa has given mo ono on each of
my birthdays." Sho exhibited about
twenty rings. "Now" sho Bald airily
"you can't guosa my birthday?"
"Oh 08 1 can. It's February 2D!"
Ho novor called again.
fJeat Way of Putting It.
She Am I tho only girl you ever
Ho Darling every splendid rosult
such as my lovo for you muHt have
Mother Now children I want you
to kiss Miss Lemon good by '
KIder Drother Como on Hilly be .
a sport It'll bo ovor In a second 1
SSWLs l! PB Willi
s v hi 3 mil
From 40 to 50 Woman's Critical Period.
Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation hot
flashes severe headaches melancholia dread of impending
cvir palpitation of the heart irregularity constipation and
dizziness are promptly' treated by intelligent women who
are approaching the period of life.
This is the most critical period of woman's life and she
who neglects the care of her health at this time invites in-
curable disease and pain. Why not be guided by the ex-
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Compound? It is an indisputable fact that this grand old
remedy has helped thousands of women to pass through
this trying period with comfort and safety. Thousands of
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From Mrs. IIEXltY 1IKAVILIX Cadiz Ohio.
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E. Pinkham's Vegctalilo Compound. It has now been soinetimo sinco
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IIeavilin 11. F. D. No. C Cadiz Ohio.
From Mrs. EDWAItD 11. HILBRRT Fleetwood Pn.
Fleetwood Pa. "During tho Chango of Life I was hardly ablo to
be around at alL I always had a headache and I was so dizzy and
norvous that I had no rest nt night Tho Hashes of heat woro so bad
sometimes that I did not know what to do.
"Ono day a friend advised mo to tako Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
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From Mrs. F. P. MUILEJTDORE Munford Ala.
Munford Ala." I was so weak and nervous while passing through
tho Chango of Lifo that I could hardly livo. My husband had to nail
rubber on all tho gates for I could not stand to havo a gate slam.
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dorb Munford Ala
ssjatVWrlte to LYDIA E.PINKIIAM MEDICINE CO.
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Your letter will Io opened read and answered
tr woman aud held iu strict confidence.
Black Powder Shells
The superior shooting of Winchester
Nublack" and "New Rival" shotgun
shells is due to the Winchester method of
conatrucTion ana loading which
has been developed during over
forty years of manufacturing in a
countrv where nhatrmn ohnntl..
is a science. 1jnAA ciito u
meet the exacting conditions of
nuiGiii.au opunbincn aro sure to
satisfy anybody. Try either of theso
o.io wiu men yuuu unaerstana.
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Smitherman, Andrew Jackson. The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 18, 1913, newspaper, October 18, 1913; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72641/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.