The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 19, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 28, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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TULSA OKLA. STAR
They hnil scrambled through tho
first daricu on tha program and ho
was leading her bark
"I could dlo dancing couldn't jou""
"No" sho replied. "Thorn nro
piensanter nuya than being trampled
Scientists claim that lovo Is duo to
a microbe Some of us nro willing
to g- cen farther and say it's a hug
II is sometimes said of a man that
he has outlived bis usefulness when In
reauir ho nover had an
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Immigration fipuros show that the 4KH
population or uanaia increased aur- w.j
me 1 9 1 3 by the addition or -tuu.uuu
new settlers from tho United States
and Europe. Most of these have cons
on farrrs in provincos of Manitoba
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Lord William Perer n Srjluh Hcblsman. -
"Tie peIMliUs sni oppsrtjnltlej efTarsi i
br til Canadian Wait ara to Inm
greater than those which exist In Enc
that it teems absurd :j th.nk tt-at pi
sioud te Impeded I'jin crrnns ta
country where they can rroit eai.y
certainly Irrprora their pos. an.
Kew districts ara bei'i opened v
which will maKe a.cessai e a i
nifber et homesteads it d sMctsj
especially adapted ta rrj:dlarm-
lr and grain raisir;.
For Illustrated !itrsijreajvi.
reauced railway rates apply to I
b-iM cl Inmigraiion. C".awal
canasa cr to
I2S W.Bth Street
Kanssa City Mo.
Ot41ia 0.faraal A4al
S fjl i' Uk
"California Syrup of Figs" can't
harm tender stomach
liver and bowels.
Every mother realizes after glvlns
her children "California Syrup of
Figs" that this Is their ldetl laxattro
becauso they lovo Its pleasant tasta
nd it thoroughly cleanses tho tender
llttlo stomach liver and bowels with-
When cross irritable feverish or
breath la bad stomach sour look at
the tongue mother! If coated give a
tcaspoonful of this harmless "fruit
laxative' and In a few hours nil tho
foul constipated waste sour btlo and
undigested food passes out of tho bow-
els and you havo a well playful child
again. When its llttlo system la full
of cold throat sore has stomach-ache
diarrhoea Indigestion colic remem-
ber a good "Insido cleaning" should
always bo tho first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy: they know a
tcaspoonful today saves n sick child
tomorrow Ask nt the storo for a 50-
cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Klgs" which has directions for babies
children of all ages and grown-ups
printed on the bottle. Adv.
Problem for the Idle.
If the time Is hanging heavy on your
hands try to work out this. How
many times In each 21 hours do tho
two hands of tho clock appear at right
angles to each other? Ualtlmoro
M oki whim v r.vitM i mtsw i-orim i
l t acO ikiotka Uearr ei-ianicr? ln-u n !.
The Dentist's Act.
"These new laws havo 'teeth' In
Not for pcoplo who know how to
work a pull"
Reliable evidence is abundant that women
are constantly being restored to health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The many testimonial letters that vc arc continually pub-
lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genu-
ine true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude
for th freedom from suffering that has come to these
women sulelv through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain
such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any
testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any
doubt of this write to the women whose true names and
addresses are always given and learn for yourself.
Read this one from Mrs. Waters:
Camden KJ. "I was sick for two years with norvoua spoils nnd
my kidneys wcro affected. I had a doctor all tho timo and used a
galvanic battery but nothing did mo any good. I was not ablo to go
to bed but spent my timo on a couch or in a sleeping-chair and soon
becamo almost a skeleton. Final! my doctor went away for hia
health nnd my husband heard of I-vdia E. Pinkham's Vegctablo
Compound and got mo somo. In two months I got relief and now I
nm like a now woman and am at my usual weight. I rccommond.
your medicine to every ono nnd so does my husband." Mrs. Tilub
W a ruts 1U15 Knight St. Camden N.J.
And thisione from Mrs. Haddock:
Utioa Oicla. "I was weak and nervous not nblo to do my work
and Beared)-ablo to !o on my feet. I had backache headache palpi-
tation of tho heart troublo with my bowels nnd inliammation. Sinco
taking tho Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I am bettor
than I havo been for twenty years. I think it is a wonderful medl-
cino und I have recommended it to others." Mrs. Mahy Ann Had-
dock Utica Oklahoma.
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a
woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that
it has saved many others why should it fail in your case?
For .to years Lytlln E. Plnlclmm's Vcgetnblo
Compound has boon tho Htumliiril remedy for fe-
mnlo ills. No ono sick with woman's ailments
docs justlco toltcrsclf if she does not try tills fa-
mous modiclno innilo from roots anil herbs. It
lias restored Mummy suffering women tolieiil tli.
Wrltoto I.YDIA K.l'INKMAM MEDICINE CO.
llF (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN MASS. for udvlcn.
Your letter will lie opened read mid answered
by tv woman nnd held In strict conlldenco.
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PROPER HOUSE FOR TURKEYS
Too Much Care of Fowli Will Result
In Poor Success Confinement Is
Always Hard on Them.
I have a neighbor who has bopn try
Ins to raise turkeys for five years now
and has never matlo a success of it.
He insists that they should bo housed
ovcry night in the same typo of shel-
ter that ho usofl for his chickens.
I have grown turkejs for ton c.nrs
nnd tho only kind of exposuro that t
know will hurt turkeys Is allowing
tho llttlo follows to wade through
wet grass and woods. Whoro they aro
running In n woods lot even this docs
not seem to hurt them says a Ten
nessee writer In the Farm Progress
My turkeys aro out of doors practical
ly all tho time.
I never had a turkey to "catch
cold" and go around with head and '
wattles all swollen. Tho wild turkeys
HAD PROOF OF ASSERTION
i nil ill II i Ti '
manage to live through the bitterest
weather and I think the nearer tho
domestic bird is left to himself tho
better he will do.
A closo houso is not so good for
chickens as ono wbero there is plenty
of ventilation. Of course I would
not want to expose any bird to a wind
that would freeze combs and feet but
tho open shelter seems to bo enough
to keep the turkeys from suffering any
such troubles from exposure.
From ono end of tho year to tho
other my turkeys roost In tho open.
In tho spring they desert tho shed as
soon as tho weather moderates and
take to tho trees and hlgnor fences.
Thoy lay well nnd start nesting at
onco. I Ioso a few young ones when
they get out in tho wot fields but
most of them grow up hardy and vig-
orous. In nearly every caso whoro I know
of turkeys becoming unthrifty and dy-
ing off they havo been kept housed
up through tho winter and most of the
summer. Tho confinement is bard on
them. They aro naturally a bird of
I havo had a few broods of turkeys
hatched under tho Plymouth Rock or
Urn lima hens that liked to roost In
the inclosed sholtcrs. Thoy never did
cry much good. Tholr plumago was
never bright nnd clean looking and
their wattles nnd heads always looked
sort of bloodless and unhealthy. It
was easy to pick them out from birds
that grow up and roosted out of doors.
Tho turkey Is only a llttlo way re-
moved from his wild forbears. "Ho Is
not nearly so domesticated as tho
chicken. Tho nearer tho turkey is
permitted to llvo to nature tho hot-
ter ho will grow nnd tho more money
ho will be worth when cooped for tha
HOUSE FOR DUCKS AND GEESE
Birds Will Stand Low Temperature If
Sheltered From Wind and Snow
and Given Dry Bedding.
(By C. K. nnOWN roultry'man. Crooks-
ton Minn Experiment Station.)
Ducks and goeso will stand rather
low temperatures If thoy nro sheltered
from tho wind nnd snow nnd tho floor
is well bedded with clean dry straw.
Thoy should bo given thoir liberty
whenovor thoy choose to go outside.
Thoir sheltor should opon toward the
south. A houso of this style Is a splen-
did shelter for ducks nnd gceso nnd
costs very llttlo to build. Tho ducks
nnd geoso run together in tho houso
except nt feodlng timo when tho ducks
aro fed at a separato trough.
Compare your poultry with that
shown nt tho agricultural fair and soe
f yours can be Improved.
Small Girl Was Certain Sunday School
Teacher Was Wrong on at
Least One Point.
Tho abilities of tho Creator would
appear to havo bocn slightly over-
estimated according to a story told
by Harry Lauder tho comedian.
"A Sunday school teacher" he said
"was trying to Impress upon the
minds of her pupils tho omnipotence
of God 'Cod' sho said 'had mado tho
trees tho land and sea and Ash tho
animals tho birds.'
"A little hand went up.
"'Did God mako everything?'
"'Yes' was tho teacher's reply;
'he mado everything.'
"'Out 1 know one thing that ho
"'Do you? Whnt Is It?'
"'Why God didn't mako rabbit
holes becauso 1 saw the rabbits mak-
ing them themselves.'"
"That fake doctor's cares ore not
"Perhaps not but his medicines
An up-to-date remedy for
colds. That is whatleruna
is. In successful use-over
Colds are caught in many
ways: Illy ventilated rooms;
rooms that have direct draughts ;
crowded rooms; damp houses;
stuffy school rooms; offices illy
A dose of Peruna at the right
time at the first symptom of
cold before the bones begin to
ache before the sore throat
manifests itself or the cough or
the discharge from the nose just
a dose or two of Peruna before
these symptoms begin is gener-
ally sufficient. But after the cold
is once established with the
above symptoms prominent a
bottle of Peruna or maybe two
will be necessary.
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AVegetable Prcparalion for As
similoting Hie Food and Regula-
ness and Rest Contains neither
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral
Not Narc otic
Profit tfOIH DrSAMVElmfTSf
A perfect Remedy forConstipa-
lion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
and LOSS OF SLEEP
FaeSimilc Signature of
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Exict Copy of Wrapper.
Gate of Tears.
Tho straits Dahetmandcb tho pas-
sage from the Persian Gulf Into tho
Red Sea nro called b)' tho Arabs tho
"Gate of Tears." Theso straits are
very dangerous In rough weather. Tlio
channol Is very rocky and Is only
about twenty miles wide. It received
Its melancholy name from tho number
of shipwrecks that occurred there.
In the City Hotel.
Wlfo (as tho sugar Is passed) Use
tho tongs William.
Ulll (from tho country) 'Taint 'ot
Is It? Tlt-Btts.
Red Crosa Dall llluo all blue beat bluing
Talus In tlie world uiakea tba laundreaa
A girl may bo satisfied If a man
pays her nothing but compliments
but a bill collector Isn't.
Friends aro of two kinds; thoso wo
need nnd those who need us.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty J
Nine times in ten when the liver k "
right the stomach and bowels are right
pel a lazy liver to
do its duty.
and Diatreaa After Eating
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICK
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Smitherman, Andrew Jackson. The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 19, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 28, 1914, newspaper, February 28, 1914; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72655/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.