The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 18, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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TULSA OKLA. STAR
No sick headache sour stomach
biliousness or constipation
fli't n 10 cent box now.
Turn tlio rascals nut tint headache
lilllotmncHH lutllgi'itlou tliu nick tour
atmfi(.li mill foul i;iihch turn them
out tli night mill keep them out with
MIIIIoiih of men nml Women tnlio a
Cuacnrnt now nml tlii'ii mill imvcr
know tlin iiiIhi ry niimed by a t17y
llvnr clofg' d bowels or 1111 Uict Htoiu-
noli Don't put In another ilny of distress
Let CiiHtmi'tH li'iiiinii our htoinncli;
rmiiovo llm Hour fermenting food;
tukii tint uxri'Mi til I ij from jour liver
ml tarry out all tint roiiHtl mtoil
wantii mutter nml ioIhoii In tlio
IiowuIh. 'Ilii'ii j mi will feel great.
A ('nsnirrl tonight Atlnlghtt'titi you
out liy inornliiK. 'Ilii'y wnrlt whllo
jou hli'iip A 10 rent box from
mi) ill iik Hliitu iiii'iiiih a rli'nr head
nwrot hIiiiiiiicIi ami clean lirnllliy liver
unil bowel notion for month. Chil-
dren Iiivk CiiHcitrnlH lii't'iniBu they
uiiu'i' i;ilio or iilclten. Ail v.
A couple of iiuigresHiiion from Mis-
rimrl went omi day discussing tlio po-
lltluil nun 111 tlvlty of a number of
tlii'lr coiiHtlluiMitH who liy tliulr in-
flui'iice liail been "placed "
'"IIiIh civil service Idea In n fraud"
Mill! nun of llm lepreiieutiitlveH. "Just
iih kooii iih llicHii fi'llnuH not warm In
tliclr hi'IiIh they snapped their flngera
ut mo Unco llxi'il they iiiiiiId up
thill mliiilu to 1I0 no iiinro work for
tlio purl) "
"I have In iiilnil" pa Id tlio other
liii'iiihi'i' "llm ciiko of n fellow In my
illiitrlct whom 1 heliietl to net Into tlio
Internal reemio nrrloe. Ho wan
worse than any of the chaps to which
) ml refer. Jimt an soon an ho Rot
hlu pluro ho Jolueil the clmrcli and
nver since ho him lieeu useless iih far
an our polltlcul organization U con-
llerr August Met el tlio Into (Icr-
iiiaii Socialist lender whoso funeral at
Zurich vviih attended by 10000 people
WilB llOt 11 I'l'HHlllllHt.
"llerr llebnl" mild a Chicago So-
cialist "unco denounced pessimism In
my presence Ho raid that many of
us becouio pessimists through rending
In noMHpiipeiti HtorleB about the con
rtiptlnulHtM of tho entlro world Then
llko llttlo Hurl's father wo adopt too
Hkeptlcat a view of modern life.
" Little Karl' ho mild '0110 day
1'np.i In (hero really honor
No" the father replied. "No
my Hon thieves nro Jimt aa bad at
'I' all erj well to talk of mod
rratlon hut did ou over hear of a
war which could be carried on with
1 oft inriiiurea?"
I'ertnlnty a pillow tight."
Are You .1 Captain?
Willie law what lg a captain of
I'uvv Any salaried man who can
I within hla Income my on
A TOOD DRINK
Which Urlnni Dally enjoyment.
A i.iily doctor writes:
'houab busy hourly with my own
affair 1 will not deu in) rlf tlio plena-
Uie of taking a few minutes to toll of
iiiv euloyment dally obtained from my
morning cup of Postum It Is a food
In v cruse not an Irritant llko coffee.
1 beaan to use l'ostum s years ago
net because- 1 wanted to. but because
voffee winch I ilearl loved mado my
nights Iuiik wtarj periods to bo dread-
ed atid untitling me for busluesa during
On advlco of a friend. 1 tlrst tried
Postum makitiK it carefully as sur-
Kfsted on tho pnekago. As I had al-
) used 'cre.uu aud no sugar.' I
uiliod my l'ostum so. It looked good.
was clear and fragrant aud It was a
pleusure to seo tho cream color It aa
my Kentucky friend wanted her cof-
fee to look--'llko a new saddle.'
' Then I tasted it critically for I had
tried many 'substitutes' for coffee. I
was pleased yea satisfied with my
l'ostum In tasto mid effect and am jut
bolus a constant user of It all those
years I continually assuro my friends
aud acquaintances that they will like It
In place of coffee and receive benefit
from Its use. 1 have gained weight
can sleep aud am not uervous."
Name given by l'ostum Co. Uattle
Creek .Mich rlto for the little book.
"The Hoad to Wellvillo."
l'ostum comes In two farms:
Regular Postum must be well
Instant Postum la a soluble powder
A teaspoonful dissolves quickly In a
cup of hot water and with cream and
sugar makes u delicious beverage In-
stantly. Grocers sell both kinds.
"There's a reasou" for l'ostum.
BETTER WITHOUT THE STARCH
Lingerie Waists Need Careful Treat
I ment In the Laundry If You
I Want Them to Last.
WuhIi lingerie vvalKtit iih usual but
do not March When dry dip In borax
I water iiKltig one tiibleHponnful of
borax it) 0110 (juiirt of warm water.
Wring out nml fold In 11 towel for a
few hours. Then Iron dry Tho
wiiIhIh will nut Ki-t mussed nearly nc
Hion an when start hid and are easier
In Iron. When Ironing uso a h mull
linn. Sprinkle hiiiiim orrlB powder un-
der tlio Ironing kin-el and you will
llnil that It will give 11 delicate pur
fume to tho waists.
To have n iilni mnootti nlnrch iut
a few drops of kerosene In and stir un-
til blemliil with tho Htarch It will
prevent the starch from slicking.
When wbhIiIiik very delicate fabrics
Hindi iih mull organdy net lace etc
Htirfeu with gum arable DIhhoIvo tho
cum In I101 water to a coiiHlHtnncy of
muclliiKii and keep buttled for uso.
Add a tahlcHpoou to a largo cup of
Ill.iboralo net wiiIhIh aro heHt clean-
ed iih follovvH nil a two quart fruit
ran with gaMiHlm. put tlio wiiIhI to bu
cleaned in this screw tho top on well
nml let Htand overnight In tho morn-
ing Hhal.o tho can back and forth Tim
motion will .churn tho dirt from tho
wiiIhI If much nulled rliiHo In fresh
giiHoliuo Hang mi the lino until all
odor Iuih dlHiippeared Hhal.e well aud
ptcsH with a wariu.liou. Net yokes
and hIoovoh can ho very successfully
dry eleuiieil by rubbing gentl) in pul
vorlnnl laundry starch and then Blink-
ing Iho Htarch out
To clean the laco .voko of a gown
wllhimt rliqilng It out placo under tho
laco a clean Turkish bath towel folded
to hovernl ihli'kiii'HHt'H. then scrub tho
lace well An embroidery hoop la nlso
of iiHHlHtauco ami protection when
cleaning a joke. I'ut tho Boiled part
of tlio joko In tho hoop and ileau
Potatoes a la Haddam.
.Material I'otatooH two cups; but-
ter three tnhloHpooiiH; lemon Juice
one tubloHpoon; salt one tenHpoon;
paprika one-fourth teaspoon; chopped
pnretcj' one tablespoon; kitchen bou-
quet ono-hnlf teaHioou.
I'teimllp. Taring knife monsurlug
cup tnbleHpoon teaspoon potato cut-
ter. Directions. W'iihIi potntoes pare
and sciMip out perfectly round pieces.
Throw them Into salted water for ten
mlmitfH. Then cook In boiling water
until tender but not soft. Drain and
keep hot by standing In n pan of hot
water ffrenm tho butter and add all
tho remaining Ingredients. Mix care-
fully with tho potatoes and servo them
With tho plump crimson "lovo up-
plo" at Its best tomato salad may
well grace the family board at fre-
quent Intervals. Select tolld ripe to-
matoes of even slie and pour over
them boiling water eiiigh to cover.
1'eel aud put on Ice When chilled
cut off a slice from thu stem end
aud with a spoon handle scoop out
the center of tho tomato. Cut some
color lino and mix with a majonnalse
or boiled dressing and till tho tomato
allowing It to come well over tho top
Arrange nests of tender lettuce leaves
on a dish put a little mayonnaise
on each and tho tomato In the cen-
ter of tho dressing pressing It down
so that tho dressing will spread out
bojond the tomato.
1 Stuffed Eggs.
j I'or six hard boiled eggs take one
I cup of llnelj chopped cooked meat one
1 tablosKon melted butter one-quarter
1 cup of Bwoot cream. Season to tasto.
Cut tho eggs in hu'ves carefully take
out joll.e and mix to n smooth paste
with tho molted butter Add the meat
and seasoning mix with th cream
graduallj. as It mnj not all be needed
Stuff the egga with this mixture press
together and roll In egg and bread
crumbs Kry In hot fat.
Cream three-quarters cup of butter
and 1 cups sugar three-quarters cup
white of eggs. Add one cup milk. 14
cups pastry flour IV cups prepared
flour. Add one-half teaspoon almond
one-halt teaspoon vanilla. Hake In a
Soft Vanilla Icing. Mil Icing sugar
with rich milk beut one minute and
j flavor with vanilla. This le one of thu
best of white cakes and although a
' little more costly than some others Its
I fine texture will amply repay for the
Wash That Sticks.
In making whitewash that will not
scale off 1 And the following very
good writes a contributor to the
Washington Herald Dissolve clue In
! hot water and add In the proportion
I of a pint of water to four gallons of
whitewash or dissolve an ounce of
! gum arable In a pint of boiling wa-
ter and stir In observing the same
proportions lie (ore applying this or
' any other wash scrape the wall clean
I and smooth. Another good method
Is to add ultramarine glue as it gives
a prettj tint
"Pape's Diapepsin" fixes sick
sour gassy stomachs in
Time ttl In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No Indigestion heart
burn sourncBs or belching of gas acid
or eructations of undigested food no
dl7zln('BH bloating or foul breath.
Tape's Diapepsin Is noted for Its
speed in ngulatlng upset stomachs.
It is tho Hurest quickest nml most cer-
tain Indigestion remedy in tho whols
world and besides it Is harmless.
TleiiBo for your sako get a large
llftj'-ccnt cabo of Tape's Diapepsin
from any sloro and put your stomach
right. Don't keep on being mlacrablo
Ilfo Is too phort you nro not hero
long ho mnko your May agreeable.
Kni what J 011 llko and dlgeut It; en-
Joy It without dread of rebellion In
I'npo'a Diapepsin belongs in your
homo anyway. Should ono of tho fam-
ily eat something which don't agree
with them or In casu of nn attack of
indigestion dyspepsia gnBtritlB or
ntomach derangement nt dajtlmo or
during tho night it la handy to givo
tlio quIckcHt rcliof Known. Adv.
BOOK HEROINE IN DUB CLASS
Plain Mrs. Drown Proved by Figures
That She Had Her Beaten With-
out Any Trying.
Old Drown looked up from his book
nml across nt his wlfo.
"In this book" ho said "tlio hcrolno
alls In lovo with tho hurt) at first
sight and then wnlts ten jears for
"What of that?" pooh poohed Mtb.
Ilrown. "Why Tvo waited 20 years
"Twenty years!" gasped old Urown.
"Why you snipped nt mo when I
popped tho question after wo'd been
courting n jear."
"1 know" replied his hotter half.
"And since then I've waited about
flvo years for jou to return from foot-
ball matches and four from cricket
matches and threo for that new dreBs
that your 'dead certainty' has been go-
ing to provide. I've watted upstairs
dovvnstnlrs. Inside outsldo In fact
I've waited so long and regularly that
between you and me that hero of
jours strikes mo as a miserable. Im-
patient llttlo -mugwump!" London
SAGE TEA DARKENS GRAY
HAIR TO ANY SHADE. TRY IT!
Keep Your Locks Youthful Dark
Glossy and Thick With Common
Garden Sage and Sulphur.
When you darken jour hair with
Sago Tea and Sulphur no ono can
tell becauso it's done eo naturally bo
evenly. Treparlne this mixture
though at homo Is mussy and trouble-
some Kor 50 centB you can buy nt
nny drug storo tho ready-to uso tonlo
called Wjcth'a Sago and Sulphur
Hair Hetncdj-." You Just dampen n
spongo or soft brush with It and
draw this through jour hair taking
ono small strand at n time. Hy morn-
ing all gray hair disappears and after
another application or two your hair
becomes beautifully darkened glossy
and luxuriant. You will also dis-
cover dandruff Is gono and hair has
11 ray faded hair though no dis-
grace Is a elgn of old ago and as wo
all desire .1 jouthful and attractive ap-
pearance got busy nt onco with Wy-
e th's Sago and Sulphur and look years
Senator Tillman who Is nn ant!-
suffragist listened calmly at a dinner
In Washington to nn Impassioned
speech by n brother senator In suf-
At tho end of this speech a diner
as h.e applauded enthusiastically said
to Senator Tillman:
"He's a deep thinker ain't he?"
"Yes" was tho reply; "he can't talk
three minutes without getting beyond
Important to Mother
Examine carefully every bottle ot
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children and that it
In Use For Over 30 inrm
Children Cry for Fletcher'a Caatoria
Only a Private.
"1 am the captain of my soul."
"Are eh' Well I have a wife and
a mother-in-law. I'm only a corporal.
Ked Cro Bill Blun etT douWs vain for
four money con twice far n any other.
Doa't put your mocej lato any other. Adr.
Goats may Be raleed profitably on
land which Is u&sulted for any kind of
GOOD CHICKEN HOUSE
Proper Shelter for Fowls Has
Much to Do With Success.
Building Must Afford Protection to
Hens From Thieves and Predatory
Animals Guard Against All
Dampness and Drafts.
(Ily I'llOl" JOHN WMXATID HOI.TK )
Success with chickens depends upon
tho liouso as much as any other one
factor. Teedlng and proper founda-
tion stock nro tho other two great fac-
tors but n poor Iiouko or n good
houso Improperly handled will effec-
tually cut down tho egg yield It It
docs not actually kill tho chickens.
In modern poultry keeping the
hoiiBo has but two functions to per-
form. It must protect the hens from
thlevefl and predatory animals and It
muBt protect them from drafts damp-
ness and the direct rnjs of the sun
Any house which does this Is n sat-
isfactory lien bouse If It 1b handled
right and has the necessary Interior
Where Failure Is Present.
equipment. Tho floor must be dry
windows and doors must bo so located
as to allow a maximum amount of sun-
uhlno on tho floor during tho winter
and the fowls must have actual out-
door conditions as far as fresh air
Is concerned night nnd day winter
as well as summer. You cannot give
them too much air if It In not draftj-
nnd the roost Is protected by a muslin
curtain during very cold weather.
Tho old Idea that the whole south
side of the hen house should bo glass
forming sort of a sun parlor has
been permanently exploded It Is a
belter plan to have It all open to the
WP.lthni- htlt flm l.lnol rf.nnr........n.
Is to hnve ono window nnd a large
' i.linnlni. I.....I.I.. I. .. I.I..1. I 1 ..
vt'.i""f uumuu ii ttiiieii is gunrueu
by chicken wire nnd may bo closed
by a hinged frame covered with un
bleached cotton cloth during stormy
weather. Whether clocd or open this
curtain frame permits of free clrcula
tion of air and tho fowls nro much
healthier and lay better. Tho walls
should ho perfectly tight but they
do not need to be more than ono thick
ness. Whitewash them Inside twice
a year putting bomo good liibcrtlcldo
in tlio whitewash.
The floor should bo cither cement i
covered with earth or earth alone
Wooden floors rot It covered nnd they i
harbor rata If they aro raised
The roosts should be 2x1 timbers
flat side up edges rounded and all
on a level to prevent hens from crowd
Ing on the top one Tlncn them over
a tight board platform to catch the
droppings and clean It off nt lean
once a week Hang tho tioht boxes In
a row under tlio dropping platform
fta I J .'.J. -V-gSi' -
' Poorly Kept Yard Where Rubbish Is
Allowed to Accumulate.
facing the rear so trat they will be
t darkened Each nest should be at
least i.-xtti inches. Keep the floor cov-
ered with clean dry bedding six
Inches deep during the winter chang-
ing it monthly a house 10x6 feet
will accommodate 12 hens and a house J
10x10 feet will be large enough for
figfcit U aJgk . J ; tVI
ff ' III aWff i I
IS CHILD GROSS
Look Mother! If tonrjue is
coated give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Children love this "fruit laxative"
and nothing elso clcansce tho tender
stomach liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty tLo bowels nnd tho result ia
they becomo tightly clogged with
waste liver gets Blugglsli stomach
tours then your llttlo ono becomes
cross hnlf-slck feverish don't ent
sleep or act naturally breath is bad
system full of cold liao soro throat
stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen
Motherl See If tonguo Is coated then
glvo n teaspoonful of "California
Syrup of Figs" nnd in a few hourB all
tho constipated wasto sour bile nnd
undigested food passes out of the sys-
tem and j'ou havo n well child again.
Millions of inothera eWo "California
Byrug of Figs" because it Is perfectly
harmless; children lovo It ami It uev-
er falls to net on the stomach liver
Ask at tho storo for n CO cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Flga" which
haB full directions for bablcH children
of nil ages nnd for grown-up plainly
printed on tho bottlo. Adv.
Marks of Qoclal Distinction.
"Tho Hugglnscs" said Sherlock
Holmes "aro vory popular with the
"How do j'ou know7" I queried con-
fident of a brilliant answer.
"Uecauso there aro so many grease
spots on the pavement In front ot
"1 don't see tho point" said L
"You auto" said Sherlock
"Ia young Mrs. Mudgo Jealous?"
"I Bbould say sol She will hardly
let her husband use tho telephone be-
cause fiho thinks 'Hello Central!
sounds bo offhand and familiar."
They nro never alono that are ac-
companied by noblo thoughts. Sir
Self-interest is tho motive power
that requires the least oil.
and thus prove tint your
liver is working properly.
It is always the person
with a "lazy liver" that is
downhearted blue and
despondent. Cheer up
help the liver and bowels
in their work by taking
and you have the secret
to health and happiness.
Take a bottlchometoday.
anteed to Htop and
pcrninncntly cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded lor that
purpose ami yout money
will be promptly rvfunded
If Hunt's Cure fulls to car
Itch Eciemn Tetter Ring
lAjlrm M a nu nit C1.1
Disease. 30c at your drugglst'H or by mall
direct If he hasn't it. Manufactuicdonlybr
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO. SborrainTeui
fcUrthu car. Tatt'a PUIa II taamt la tlaw
art oat only a rcsMdjr lor but UI prrram
Mlomnaaa. comtlpaUoo aad - Iflmru.
In rwry towu to aril
V?J ftmAak1 i . ...... l &. -
tipltal rojulml. Write for Agtm-v and Fit
Ham t'aaco Co MOlUuihr UucuinaU.O
la Omi. SoU j Dntcliti.
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