Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 6, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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ALL RUN DOWN.
A/iiii Della Stroebe, who had Com*
pietely Lost Her Health, Found
Relief from Pe-ru-na at Once.
Read What She Says.
TIJriSSDELLA STROEBE, 710 Rich-
ATI mood St., Appleton, Wis., writes:
“For several years I was In a run-
down condition, and I could find no re-
lief from doctors and modlcines. ]
could not enjoy my meals, and could
not sleep at night. I had heavy, dark
circles about the eyes.
“My friends were much alarmed. 1
was advised to give Peruna a trial, and
to my Joy I began to Improve with the
first bottle. After taking six bottles 1
felt completely cured. I cannot say too
much for Peruna os a medicine for
women in a run-down condition."
Pe-ru-M DM Wonders.
Mrs. Judge J. F. Boyer, 1421 Sherman
Avo., Evanston, 111., says that she be-
came run down, could neither eat nor
sleep well, and lost flesh and spirit. Pe-
runadid wonders for her, and sho thanks
Peruna for new life and strength.
During one of the big political cor*
ventVons a train load of delegates were
stalled at a water tank. As the day
was sultry the windows were raised
and the delegates leaned out. Every
head that appeared was bald.
“Boss,” said an old colored man who
was selling sandwiches, “what train
do you call dat dar?’’
Why, bant, that is the ‘cannon-ball
express, responded the conductor.
The old man watched the bald heads
protruding from the windows for a
long while and then said, seriously:
"Cannon-ball express? Lauds, boss,
looks to me more like de billiard-ball
r , lSE BAI L BLUE.
Let Red ( ros* B.,11 Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
A man isn't necessarily a wood saw-
yer because he says nothing.
THE PICNIC LUNCH
REALLY THE STAR FEATURE OF
Proper Arrangement and Packing of
Food Necessary If One Would
Have the Feast Tempting
Ttat firm, crisp quality and
delicious flavor is what you get
when you insist on LIMy's
Mixed Pickles at your dealers.
They are always the finest and
never disappoint It's the same
with L.ibby s Sweet Gherkins and
I Sweet Midgets. Aslr for them.
The cultivation of centuries
marks the olive groves of Spain
as the world's best.
Libby's Olives are imported
From the oldest and most famous
of these groves. The result is a
rare product, delightfully appetiz-
jng. Try one bottle and you'll
buy more and never be without
Pure, ripe fruit and pure sugar
in equal parts, cooked just right
and timed to the second, in
Libby's Great White Kitch-
en, is the secret of the extreme
superiprity of Libby’s Preserves.
There s none as good at any price.
1 Grocers and delicatessen stores
carry all of Libby's Food Pro*
duds. They are war-
ranted the best to both
you and the dealer
Writ* /nr fr*x
bnnklrl —"Ifotr la
Mnlr fin, d JMtHi’S
Too much luggage spoils the picnic,
and yet the little feast is the star
feature of the day. How, then, to car-
ry enough to eat, and at the same
time have it look tempting?
There is a hamper made of light-
weight wicker and yet strong enough
to stand the wear of many outings in
A telescope shape Is easy to handle
and Its Blze can be regulated to fit
the contents so readily that the wom-
an who thinks ahead and of the par-
ty’s return is sure to choose this style
Instead of the square or oblong hamp-
er made after the fashion of the Eng-
lish tea basket.
Straw cases for bottles, cups and
glasses are superior in many ways to
leather ones. The lighter covering
may not wear so well as the others,
but It looks much cooler. Hamper
fittings can be bought separately and
tucked away In a plain basket, and If
well packed no danger of breakage
need be feared.
Wooden plates are really much
more plcnicky than china. If sanci
wlches and cakes are placed on plates
when the basket is being arranged
and each one is wrapped first in a nap-
kin wrung out In ice water, then In
baker’s or paraffine paper the food
will be kept perfectly fresh, and it
can be placed at once on the picnic
table when the time for luncheon has
arrived. Lettuce leaves that have been
packed loosely In a linen bag thor-
oughly dampened with ice water will
help to give the luncheon table a
fresh, cool and Inviting air and they
can be used to garnish the plates of
cold meats and salads. This Is an ex-
cellent way to carry green salads, and
If the dressing is made just before
starting and carried in a bottle, or the
ingredients packed so that the dress-
ing can be mixed by the salad expert
while the luncheon Is being spread
out, the salad will be fresh and crisp.
Tiny cones of salt and pepper, one
packet for each member of the par-
ty, are easier to carry and much less
trouble than to take along a set of
There are such perfect ways now
of carrying hot or cold liquids and
keeping them at their original temper-
ature that few picnic parties bother
with making tea or coffee at the
grounds. A basket that is well packed
with edibles which have been properly
chilled before starting seldom gets
warm and mussy if it Is handled care
fully and kept out of the sun. Plates
and cups can be kept on the ice for a
while before they are tucked away in
the hamper and they will stay cold for
Tinned and bottled foods are best
taken In small lots so that they can he
opened as needed and the empty
boxes or bottles^hrown away at once.
Having a number of things in this way
does away with passing the food from
one end of the table or luncheon cloth
to the other. Paper napkins are good
enough for the average outdoor func-
tion of this kind. They should, how-
ever, be supplied In quantities so that
they may be used for covering the
Rlates, for wiping off dust and for
cleaning the dishes after the meal is
SAVED AT THE CRISIS.
Delay Meant Death from Kidney
Speaking of cherry pies we art re-
minded of that Biblical saying, which
goes something like this: “It Is hard
‘o bite against the stones.’’
Smith, 901 B.oad
Ga., says: “Kidney
disease started with
and weakness and
developed into dan-
gerous dropsy. I le-
came weak and lan-
guid, and could do
no housework. My
back ached terribly.
I had bearing down
pains and my limbs___ w<i n
bloated to twice their normal Bize ill tonic.”*yuu*xn»w‘«b»ryou* 2n
Doctors did not help, and I was fast SSnSitiuu.i0$SSiiSfSfiA lYTkiSwfc
J rifting Into the hopeless stages. I J2S.2J JSSlsST torm' r°r «roWD
used Doan’s Kidney Pills at the criti-
cal moment and they really saved mv
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
WHY HE WAS WORRIED.
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.
Many a man Is lonesome because
other men are particular about their
TO DKIVB OUT MALARIA _
AND BL'ILD IP THE SYSTEM,
the 014 Standard UHOVKH TASTBLI—
■oral, ana in? mow rm
S?opl? and children. 10c.
Be careful not to stumble over your
Boll right eggs 15 minutes, chop,
pepper and salt, then make dressing
of one teaspoon flour, one teaspoon
sugar, one teaspoon butter, one of
ground mustard, half a cup of good
vinegar. Cook five minutes and pour
over eggs; add nuts if you like.
Remove enough of the tops of small
nutmeg melons so as to bo able to
tako out the seeds and membrane,
then scoop out as much of the soft
pulp as can ho removed fut the
pulp Into small pieces. Drain the
juice from seeds and membrane and
add It to one quart of whipped cream
sweetened. Put Into freezer and turn
until stiff. When ready to serve take
the chilled shells, place the frappe
cream In alternate layers with the
melon pulp, having tho frappe as last
Fly In the Ointment That Wae Handed
to Good Man.
“Why," asked the good man’s wife,
»re you so thoughtful? You look as If
♦omethlng disagreeable had happened.
“Perhaps,” he replied, “I am fool-
ish to feel as I do about it. My con-
gregation has raised a purse for the
purpose of sending me to Europe.”
“And are you sorry it Isn’t large
enough to enable you to take me
with you? Don’t let that cause you
to feel depressed. It will be very
lonely here without you, but I know
•ou need the rest, and I shall be very
sensible. I can spend the summer at
some quiet, inexpensive place, cheered
jy the thought that you wTN return
refreshed In mind and body.”
"It is very good of you to look at it
in that way, my dear. I appreciate
your feeling. But the gentleman who
made the presentation speech said he
was sorry the amount that had been
raised was not larger so that I might
be able to remain away longer, and
somehow it seemed to me that ap-
plause was more hearty at that point
than anywhere else in the course of
his remarks.”—Chicago Record-Her-
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, softens ths guns, redness to-
flsmmstlon.slisys pstn,cures wind collu. 23csbottle.
A coat of arms doesn't always hide
the family skeleton.
If Your Feet Ache or Barn
You can't flatter an honest man by
telling him that he la honest.
Lewis’ Single Binder straight 5c cigar is
good quality all the time. Your dealer or
Lewis’ Factory, Peoria, 111.
One of the
j of the happy homea of to-day is a vast
fund of information as to the best methods
of promoting health and happiness and
right living and knowledge of the world’s
j Products of actual excellence and
reasonable claims trutlifully presented
and which have attained to world-wide
acceptance through the approval of the
Well-Informed of the World; not of indi-
I viduals only, but of the many who have
! the happv faculty of selecting and obtain*
ing the best the world affords.
One of the products of that class, of
known component parts, an Ethical
remedy, approved by physicians and com-
mended by the Well-Informed of the
World as a valuable and wholesome family
laxative ia the well-known Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial
effects always buy the genuine, manu-
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
only, and for sale by all leading druggists.
CltsstM ana bauitin«* th-i hair.
Promote? a luxuriant growth.
Rawer Fail! to Boetore Oner
Hair to lt« Youthful Color.
Cure .ra p ditaatr? ft hair lalUoa
Even a drunken man doesn’t care to
be held up by a footpad.
WIDOWS’UE<ler NEW LAW obtained
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 32, 1908.
IT SEEMED INCURABLE
Body Raw with Eczama— Discharged
from Hospitals as Hopeless—Cutl-
cura Remedies Cured Him.
“From the age of three months until
fifteen years old, my son Owen's life
was made intolerable by eczema in its
worst form. In spite of treatments the
disease gradually spread until nearly
every part of his body was quite raw.
He used to tear himself dreadfully in
his sleep and the agony he went
through is quite beyond words. The
regimental doctor pronounced the case
hopeless. We had him in hospitals
four times and he was pronounced one
of the worst cases ever admitted.
From each he was discharged as in-
curable. W e kept trying remedy
after remedy, but had gotten almost
past hoping for a cure. Six months
ago we purchased a set of Cuticura
Remedies. The result was truly mar-
velous and to-day he is perfectly cured.
Mrs. Lily Hedge, Camblewel] Green
England, Jan. 12, 1907.”
I Second Annual
October 1st to 10th, 1908
at Oklahoma City, Okla.
Fine music, liberal premiums, enlarged
purses. Ten days of education and amuse-
ment, you can’t afford to miss it Over
100,000 feet of cement paving on State
Fair Grounds. Plenty of good water,
good shade and free seats for 8,000 people.
Premium list can be obtained at the office
of the County Clerk in each county, or by
addressing the Secretary at Oklahoma
*£;,[£ i Thompson’s Eys Vslsr
Boil one cup red kidney beans In
suited water until soft. Drain, ndd
one < up kn -11hh walnuts or peanuts
slightly broken, one cup chopped cel-
ery, and about six olives rut tine. Mix
all together and serve on bed of let
tuce with mayonnaise dressing.
Remove Greaae from Carpet.
sprinkle the grease spot thickly
wdth corn starch and cover with q
newspaper. Leave for u day or two
then sweep It ofT and tho toot will
Miss Hoamley—He seemed to think
he knew me. I noticed him studying
Miss Knox—Yes, I noticed that, too.
He's from Now England and he prob-
Miss Hoamley—Yes, he asked you If
I was born down that wav, didn’t he?
Miss Knox—No; he simply asked If
you were “born that way.”
_ Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOUIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Signature of^^^ ^
In Use For Over JIO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Cause and Effect.
"Young Fallow follows Miss Belle
about with dogged devotion.”
“That's quite natural; you know, his
Is a case of puppy love."—Baltimore
YRI.I.OW CI.OTIIKK tltK UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them white with Red Cross Ball Blue.
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
Children come Into the world heav-
ily handicapped because they are not
permitted to select their own parents.
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c cigar
made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your deal-
er or Lewis' Factory, l'eorm, 111.
It Isn’t a seeret If a woman hesi-
tates In the telling of It.
Nothing please? the eye so much
a* a well made, dainty
if properly laundered.
To get the best results
it is necessary to use
the best laundry
- ’/ ■' , el
X& * 7T‘
gives that finish to the
clothes that all ladies
desire and should ob-
tain. It is the delight
of the experienced
laundress. Once tried
they will use noother. It is pure and
is guaranteed not to injure the most
delicate fabric. It is sold by the
b’st grocers at ioc a package. Each
package contains 16 ounces. Other
• starches, not nearly so good, sell at
price P?r package, hut they contain onlv ia ounces of starch
Lr;ri,.r.;nra^ umASCE sf*Rc,‘-«-"■ - »•
Defiance Starch Company, Omaha, Neb.
Malaria Makes Pale Blood
»ySm.01Youkiww“* -bd* «P *
to simply Quinine ,„J lro„ in . fata.. snd ,h„
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