Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1908 Page: 3 of 14
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A TERRIBLE CONDITION.
Tortured by 8harp TwlnBeo, Shooting
Paint and Dizzintta.
Hiram Center, 618 South Oak
■treet, Lake City. Minn.. Bays: "I
was so bad with kid-
ney trouble that I
l could not straighten
up after Btooping
without sharp pains
shooting through my
back. I had dizzy
spells, was nervous
and my eyesight af-
fected. The kidney
secretions were ir-
regular and too fre-
quent. I was in a terrible condition,
but Doan’s Kidney Pills have cured
me and I have enjoyed perfect health
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
IOI8HES THAT ART WORTH ADD-
ING TO THE DAILY MENU.
[Gooseberry Pudding a Splendid Dee
•ert—Brown Chicken Fricassee
—Flounders In a New
Melba In Paris.
Mme. Melba has seldom received
such a remarkable ovation as that
which greeted her appearance at the
recent opera gala performance in
Paris. It cannot, however, compare
In delirious enthusiasm with one she
received some years ago in St. Peters-
burg. On one memorable night, after
the close of the opera, she was called
before the curtain again and again
for more than an hour, until she was
so exhausted that she could scarcely
stand. Her enthusiastic admirers
then followed her carriage to the ho-
tel, where they serenaded her, al-
though it was a bitterly cold uight,
until three o’clock in the morning. On
the following day when she reached
the station to depart the platform was
crowded with hundreds of adoring
music lovers. As the train was leav-
ing they took the pencil with which
she had written her autograph for
all who could get near her. bit it into
email pieces and passed them around
THE REASON WHY.
First Passenger—I wonder why the
train is making such a long stop at
Second Passenger (experienced trav-
eler?—I suppose it is because no one
happens to be trying to catch the
What Women Have Done.
Mrs. M. F. Johnston of Richmond,
Ind., gave an interesting account at
the Boston biennial of the G. F. W. C.
of the Art association of that city,
which is ten years old. Five hun-
dred dollars is appropriated each year
for the purchase of a picture,
and the council gives $100 for
the annual exhibition. The stand-
ard In pictures and crafts has
Changed, she says, and in the next few
years much is expected that will give
the children the opportunity of great-
er culture and knowledge of art.
The Spoiled Child.
“No,’’ growled little Willie. ”1 don't
want that big pink necktie on.”
"It doesn’t matter what you want,”
replied his mother, “you must have it
"Well, if you put it on me I’ll cry all
over it and that’ll spoil it.”—Philadel-
HEALTH AND INCOME
Both Kept Up on Scientific Food.
Good sturdy health helps one a lot
to make money.
With the loss of henith one’s income
Is liable to shrink, if not entirely
When a young lady has to make her
own living, good health is her best
‘‘I am alone In the world," writes
a Chicago girl, "dependent on mv own
efforts for my living. I am a clerk, and
about two years ngo through close ap-
plication to work and a hoarding
house diet, I became a nervous in-
valid and got so bad off It was almost
Impossible for me to stay in the ofllce
a half day at a lime.
”A friend suggested to me the Idea
of trying Grape-Nuts, which I did,
making this food a large part of at
least two meals a day.
"Today I am free front brain-tire,
dyBpepsla. and nil the Ills of an
overworked and improperly nourished
brain and body. To Grape-Nuts I owe
the recovery of my health, and the
Ability to retnln my position and In-
come” “There’s a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to Well-
vllle," In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
•ne appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
Green Gooseberry Pudding.—Boil a
pint of green gooseberries till soft, and
sweeten to taste. When quite cold mix
In thoroughly four well-beaten eggs
and one ounce of butter. Butter a
mold and sprinkle it thickly with
equal parts of sugar and fine bread
crumbs, then pour in the gooseberry
puree, being careful not to disturb the
casing; cover the top nearly half an
inch thick with crumbs and sugar, and
bake for an hour. When taken from
the oven cover with a cloth, and only
turn out when wanted. Serve with
clotted or whipped cream.
Mushrooms Stew’cd with Cream.—
This is a favorite recipe. Prepare a
pound of mushrooms by paring off the
ends. Claan and wash well and if
very large cut in halves. Drain and
place in a saucepan with three ounces
of butter. Season with salt and pep-
per and cook five minutes. Add two
tablespoonfuls of the white sauce
made from a tablespoonful butter and
one of flour, blended, then cooked with
three-fourths cup milk to a smoooth
cream. Add also a half cupful of
Bwcet cream to the mushrooms, cook
three minutes longer and serve in a
hot dish with eight heart-shaped bread
croutons for garnish.
Sauce for Mushrooms.—Put three
tablespoonfuls olive oil in a sauce
pan with one teaspoonful each of
minced parsley and anchovies and a
clove of crushed garlic. Heat five min-
utes, add to mushrooms that have
beeu stewed in oil and serve.
Sauce for Stewed Mushrooms.—Peel
and remove the stalks from some
large mushrooms, wash and cut In
halves. Put two tablespoonfuls but-
ter in a saucepan with two tablespoon-
fuls flour. When blended add a cup
and a half hot milk and stir until
smooth and thickened. Add the mush-
rooms, season with salt, pepper and
a little powdered mace, and simmer
gently until the mushrooms are ten
der. When cooked, turn on a hot dish,
garnish with fried croutons or bread
Brown Chicken Fricassee—For a
brown chicken fricassee. Creole style,
' cu* UP the chicken in the usual way
and fry in equal quantities lard and
butter until nearly tender and brown.
Dredge a little flour into the gravy
and brown. Add a pint of boiling wa-
ter, a small onion minced, a quart of
potatoes and a small bunch of pars-
ley. Simmer gently an hour or until
very tender, and serve with rice. If
preferred the rice may be added and
cooked with the stew.
Flounders in a New Way.—Floun-
ders are good fried in the ordinary
way in crumbs or in flour, and espe-
cially nice if melted butter seasoned
with lemon Juice and chopped parsley
is passed with them; but here is quite
a new way of cooking them: Wash
the flounder and wipe it dry; lay it in
a roasting pan on top of two table-
Bpoonfuis of minced onion, and
sprinkle It with salt and pepper and
A tablespoonful of chopped parsley;
put it into a very hot oven and baste
with half a cup of boiling water mixed
j with a tablaapoonful of melted butter;
I when brown put the fish on a hot plat
I ter and put a teaspoonful of flour
and a small half-cup of hot water into
the pan, and stir and scrape over the
fire till there is a nice brown gravy,
adding a little kitchen bouquet to
darken and season it; strain and pour
this over the fish, and serve at ouce.
X, — - * —
■A*\tOHOL 3 PER CENT
Infants .* Children-
ness and RntXootalnsoeter
flmpku Srndm %
Aperfeci Remedy forConsdpi-
lion, Sour StDmach.DtantiMi
ness and Loss OF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 80 years, has borne the rignatnre of
^ ba» been made under his per*
' Bonal Fnpervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in thto.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infanta and Children—Experience against 3gwpo.Hma.nt.
What Is CASTORIA
Caatorla la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
OENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Atb months old
'Guaranteed under the Foodaij
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
TNC CtNT.U. COMPANY, VT MUMMY OTMrr. MCW VOMM MTV.
THE EFFECT OF WEALTH.
%:•- _ » pass'. :
Biilie—Who Is that awfully freckled
§lrl on the horse?
Tillie—Why, that’s Miss Gotrox. She
has several millions in her own name.
Billie—So? My! Aren't her freckles
' ■ * *■ *'W ■ ■ WORK
FOR SHIRTS COLL ARSXUFFS AND FINE LINEN
annual sales over nine
Good, reliable quality is appreciated
by tile smoker. Over Nine Million (9-
000U00) Lewis’ Single Binder cigars
sold annually. The kind of cigar smok-
ers have been looking for, made of
very rich, mellow tasting tobacco. It’s
the judgment of many smokers that
Lewis Single Binder straight 5c cigar
equals in quality the best 10c cigar
There are many imitators of this cele-
brated brand. Don’t let them fool you
There is no substitute.
Tell the dealer you wish to try a
Lewis’ Single Binder.
Lewis Factory. Peoria, 111., Originat-
ors Tin Foil Smoker Package.
"I found a hardwood splinter in this
"Hum. I’ve often heard of these
A beautiful Illustrated catalogue
will be sent free to those interested
in a business education. For a copy
address Lawrence Business College,
724 Mass. St., Lawrence, Kan.
Clothing Shop of United States.
New York is now the clothing shop
of the United States Lower Fifth
avenue is the center of the cloak and
clothes manufacturing industry.
One quart of milk, four tablespoons
of cornstarch dissolved in a little of
the milk, one half cup of sugar.’pinch
of salt. Flavor when cool with vanilla.
For chocolate add some cocoa to the
dry cornstarch before dissolving with
the milk. Serve with cream and
We cannot conquer fate and neons
■By. yet we can yield to them in such
a manner as to be greater than if we
TO DRIVE OVT M tDARIA
AMD Itl 1LD I I- THE SYSTEM.
cTm rth?i.v1.J ‘‘KOVK S TASIhl.t.-s
vtiU.l. 1UMI . You know what jroti nr** taking
Tin* lurniula Is nlainlr l-rlm.-d on twery h.dll.-
thowtnir It in dm ply Quinine and Iron lu
fonii, Mm) LIm* .i . Ml rfVctual lorui.
people aiul childu-n. 6oc.
Mother Bird—Hun along and play
now; but he careful you don’t got run
over by any of those flying machines
Put Into a saucepan two tablespoon-
fills of butter with two tablespoonfuls
of flour; blend well together over a
gentle Are; add one pint of milk very
gradually and stir until boiling; pour
over a quarter pound of bread crumbs;
add grated rind of one lemon, four
tablespoonfula of sugar, one teaspoon-
ful of vanilla extract, quarter pound of
cherries cut in halves and three well
beaten eggs. Pour Into a mold well
greased and edenrated with cherries
at the bottom. Cover with buttered
paper and steam two hours.
The eyes of u man looking for a
wife rest longer on the girl who ran
manufacture a pie than on one whose
long suit is piano thumping.
To get good Is human; to do good Is
human; to be good Is divine.—Marti-
FITS, Hr. villi. IHnc-c «n<1 Norma* n«r.
nrnromljf riir.-.l h» Or. Kiln.- . iir.»i N,.rv,. a.-.uto-r.
Fend fur Mlhh |\ UO trial buttli* and tn-nti,.- Or
K. It. Kllnr, Ld., Wll Art-bHirrwt. Philadelphia. Pa
The girl who can’t cook should look
before leaping Into the matrimonial
fit. CHOM »!.»■
rhottld he m every home A*k your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cent*.
H* Evidently Had Ona.
"What Is a pessimist, pa?"
A man who lias a note to meet."
„Alton's Font-Knar,a Powder
urlLmai «»»V*<Hln»twnl r.-llrf The
original is.wd.-r fur tlw fnru *k- at all Hmgflau.
When money begins to talk people
■it up and taka notice.
Dainty, Crisp, Dressy
are a delight to the refined woman every-
where. In order to get this result see
that the material is good, that it is cut in
the latest lashion and use
in the laundry. All three thfngsare im-
portant, but the last is absolutely neces-
sary. No matter how hue the material
or how daintily made, bad starch and
poor laundry work will spoil the effect
and ru n the clothes. DEFIANCE
S1 AIIC H is pure, will not rot the clothes
nor cau;-e them to crack, it sells at toe
a six.'ven ounce package everywhere.
Other st.'i ches, much inferior, sell at toe
tor twelve ounce package. Insist on
getting DEFIANCE STARCH and be
sure of results.
LIVE STOCK AND
IN GREAT VARIETY
FOR.- SALE , AT THE
LOWEST PRICES BY
WESTER* M MSI APtR l MO*
Kunsus City, Missouri
DAISY FLY KILLER, i '-t—i »mwr«n
11 ■ attract* an.t kllli
. nil flu*. Neat,
I clean riiatnt'iiUl,
• ' it'chlrnt ctieaps
Inaala rail arn-
• on. Ataatlu tely
or lip over,
• III not anil or It*
I Jura anythin*.
[ (Jimran »*qMl afTeo
WIDOWN'w'w NEW LAW obtained
ti*rd in its columns should uutsl upon
hsving what they ask (or, reiusing all
subltitutes or imitations.
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 31, 1808.
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