The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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After Bp?ndi::ff Thou&juidfl of Dollar*
an.I Consultinff tho Mott Emutxjt
Pbyxiuanv Ho Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, Ills__Mr. J. Q.
Brcki-r, of 134 Van Huron Sr, a
WftIUknown wliolt ^tl« dry ► jU,||
dealer, atalos ai follow*:
'*• have Had catarrh for more
than thirty years. Have triod
everything on cnrtli and spent
thousands of dollars for other
medicines and with physicians,
without getting any lastirg re*
lief, and can say to you that I
have found Pcruna the only rem*
edy that has cured mo per-
••Poruna has also curod my
wi loof catarrh. Shu always keeps
it in the house for an attack of
cold, which it invariablycures in
a very short time.**
IMPORTANT PART WAS TRUE
PASTE THESE IN COOK BOOK
Idess for Addition to the Menu Thst
Will Be Sore to Come Handy
d with rich
plueil f ('lasted beef
id illr ol festivity wl
with chopped green pepper*
entllblnatloll In the rhoppetl
whiten of hard boiled emsn.
A variation of the ordinary club
sandwich In to cut a bonelmu* sardine
In half nnd npreiul It over I lie slice of
thicken or turkey.
Fried mush Is niiu-li better If the
mui-h Is cooked a whole day In a
double boiler set on the bark of slow.
Water mlint be renewed when It
threatens to boll away.
A nice home-made confection can tie
made from prune* with the needs re-
moved it ml ntulTft! with peanuts,
brow ni'il In ilie ovi ii In butter or olive
oil. |>o not null the peanuts. Cover
the prunes when cooked with pow-
Sbo (to her flntice, with whom she
has just broken off her engagement)
—You deceived me; everything that
you told me about your family', your
position and your means was false.
He—It. was true about my debts
People Realize the Danger.
As an indication of the force of the
crusade against tuberculosis, the Na-
tional Association for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis, in a bul-
letin issued recently points to the fact
that while 53.5 per cent, of the ex-
penditures for tuberculosis in 1909
were made from public resources, ap-
propriations made for 1910 indicate
that over 75 per cent, of the money
to be spent this year will be from fed-
eral, state, city and county fimds. In
19(19, out of the $8,180,631.50 spent for
i be prevention and treatment of tu-
berculosis, $4,362,750.03 was spent
from public money, and $3,817,871.47
from funds voluntarily contributed.
For the carrying on of state, federal
and municipal tuberculosis work in
1910, over $9,000,000 has been appro-
priated. Of this sum, the state legis-
latures have granted $1,100,000, (he
municipal and county bodies, $3,975,-
500 and the federal government.
An Exploded Theory.
"Do you believe there is anything
in mental suggestion?”
"Not a thing.”
"Don't you think it is possible if
one person keeps his mind steadily
fixed on a certain thing which he
wishes another to do that (he other
will be iniluenced so that he will
eventually do it?”
"No, I don't believe in the theory
at all. I've been wishing for a week
that, you’d pay me what you owe me
without making it necessary for me
to ask you for it.”—Sunday Magazine
of the Cleveland Leader.
"Are they happy?”
"Happy? No. they're
Many a girl never suspects a young
man’s intentions until lie asks her if
she can cook.
P'I.ES CURED IX G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cum any rasp
of Itching, Itlind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in
4i to 14 days or money refunded. 50o.
After a man has been married three
years his bump of hope becomes a
I toil vinegar in tin* lisli skillet or
pan to destroy the lisli odor.
Sprinkle granulated sugar on top
of jellies to prevent mold.
Add a pinch of salt to starch, it
will keep the irons trom sticking.
To remove tlie odor of fish from
steel knives wash them in hot vine-
gar, then suds.
Whipped cream tinted with any veg-
etable matter is tempting on a cup of
Dry salt and a brush will take dust,
off from velvet, plush and heavy em-
broidery that cannot be washed.
if your rugs curl up at the edges,
they can be made to lie Hat by damp-
ening the curled edges anil pressing
with a hot iron.
Nearly all metal teapots will cor-
rode or rust slightly when put away
for a time. A woman who travels says
she preserves such articles by filling
them with flour. It is dry and will not
admit the least moisture.
Here is a very delicious and at-
tractive dessert. Buy half a pound
of fresh marshmallows and cut into
pieces about, a quarter of an inch
square. Have ready a third of a
pound of nut meats, almonds, pecans
and English walnuts, ground in a
meat grinder. Mix these by stirring
in lightly the white of one egg
whipped to a stiff froth. Have ready
a rather shallow cut glass bowl. Put
a layer of the marshmallow mixture
first, then one of Malaga grapes, seed-
ed, another layer of marshmallows
and nuts, and finally a sprinkling of
shredded pineapple—the canned is
best—or Maraschino cherries, cut fine.
Chill in the ice-box and serve with
whipped cream, the latter in a separ-
HE SECURED A GOOD HALF SEC-
TION IN CENTRAL CANADA.
It -In not only from Kentucky, but
from thirty the to forty different
Stutra that there eotuc* the riprciMlon
of ftatUfnctlon from Ihorc who have
tuk< n up lundn in t'euiral i’anuda an a
free hoiue*t rad or have pure based
Mr. K K llell, of Frankfort, Ken
lucky, write* to n Canadian Govern-
ment Official, and miyi: “I have Junt
returned from Alberta, overjoyed with
my trip. Your literature wan very
flattering. but not half what I found IL
I bought a half iiectlou between Cal-
gary and Edmonton, one mile from
rullrond, near u good town. Thlii la
the brat country I ever Maw or ever
ex|iect to nee. I will go in the spring
and get to work on my place. I think
It ia the coming Country of the World."
Hume of the paper* describe the net-
tling of the Canadian Went mi "be-
coming a fever with a great many peo-
ple. The lure of Ith golden proiul*e*
Ih creeping Into their hearts and many
are they who are answering' the call
of that unsettled territory." This pa-
per editorially cautions Its readers to
exercise care and thought before mov
ing to a distant country. This would
be u wise precaution, and Is exactly
what the Canadian officials ask
The success of the settler who has
made Canada his home for years is
the best evidence that can be offered.
And of the large number of Americans
who havo made their homes in Can-
ada. very few have returned. All axe
A ROYAL SPENDER
Anxious Suitor- Hut, sir. I thrill at
your daughter'll slightest touch
Hraettial t’other- Young iiutti, 1 tliul
her slightest touch Is usually for a
to Our Rsaylsro.
Do You Feel This Way?
will t \ I H • I • M \ I % HI '-III
I NiUo ll'o kilV tfnlli fi4i|. I|m*UMnIIMH of i
W fto* VI VllU %l)|* ol Fit III i»f |>Mu w ttitift
f V IM' I* /*.|| V| A. k H* f I'hr Isilhe frttli’xly V
oil treat Ii In brother
11 w i • 11111 dittiit# i o
Do von feel all (lied out ? Do you MimcUmaa
think you |u»t ran'I work away at your profes-
sion or trade any I me r P Uu you havo a pour apo*
tile, ami lay awako al night* unable to ilrrp? Am
your n»r\c* all (him, o»d your atornach loop lla* am-
bition to Ioffe ahead in the world hit you P It an, you
ooi lit a* well put n atop to ynur misery. 1 on cart do it if
you will. lir. I’tcrcc'e Gulden Medical Ihsrovcry will
make >ou n diiicmii individual. It will art your lasy liver
to wotk• ll will »et 11.1110 right in your atommli, and
your appetite will come hoik. It will purify your blood.
II thru- i* miv tendency in your lurnily toward consumption,
it will keep that dread destroyer away, I'lvcn alter oon-
aumrtion lie almost garni d a IikiiIioIiI in the form of a
lingering cough, hronelntia, or bleeding at Ilia lungs, it will bring about •
cure in per cent, ot all e e.ca. It i» a remedy prepared hy Dr. H. V, 1'iercv,
of Buffalo, N. Y., wlmac adi'i,t it (iren frtr to all who wish in write him. Ilia
grrnt tuweu haa come Iruiu his wide experience and varied practice.
Don't he wheedled hy a penny-grubbing dealer into taking interior auhati*
tutca lor Dr. fierce** medicines, recommended to he “just as giard." Dr.
fierce** medicines are or xnown coairoaiTinN. Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit*
lortning drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Asaocialion, Buffalo, N. Y.
it ten run** iimi mi p
Should I*' in every Itnine. \*k voiir gf's-er
or package only
When the Trouble Started.
"John. I Iiiivo tlcelih'il to have
Sl'W hW I'll cut out hy (Il'I’MSCM
"I have ib'cldi'd to cut out i
half ot tlu'in myself, dear."
What Govamor Deneon, of Illinois,
Says About Iti
^Inyfftti'f I hr nr t ii • f I!.
Ju'H of Ii ii I |
( 'll tttulll
USE IT IN
Lena Schmidt of Dudley, Tex.,
Writes a Letter About Cardui
Having Helped Her.
Dudley, Tex.—"You may use this
letter in your advertising, if you like,”
writes Mrs. Lena Schmidt of this
"A few years ago, I suffered every
month, I was relieved right away.
"Cardui has surely done me a sight
of good. It brought me back my
health. I am nuw strong and well,
and feel better than in years, and am
doing ail my housework.”
Every woman needs a tonic, to take
when she feels blue, miserable, sick,
weak, under the weather.
The tonic to take at such a time is
Cardui, the woman’s tonic.
Cardui is also a medicine.
For pain and discomfort, due to fe- j
male ailments, no medicine is so good
The main ingredients of Cardui are i
imported direct from Europe, especial-
ly for this one woman's medicine and |
tonic, and are not for sale at ordinary !
Cardui acts specifically on the wom-
anly orgins, preventing unnecessary
pain and building up womanly ^
Try it for your troubles.
It will certainly help you.
Cream Tomato Soup.
One-half can tomatoes, one tea-
spoonful of sugar, one-quarter tea-
spoonful of soda, one quart milk, one
slice onion, four tablespoonfuls of
flour, one teaspoonful of salt, one-
eighth teaspoonful of pepper, two
tablespoonfuls of butter. Cook the to-
matoes with the sugar and onion 15
minutes, add the soda and rub through
a sieve. Scald the milk in a double
boiler and thicken with the Hour, the
amount given above, wet with water
to make a paste. Cook 20 minutes,
stirring constantly at first, then com-
bine the mixtures, add the butter and
seasoning and serve.
Peel, wash and slice one quart of
onions and put into kettle with one
I heaping tablespoon of melted butter.
I Cover tightly and stir often to keep
from burning. Let them steam until
tender, then add two level teaspoons
of salt, one level teaspoon of caraway
seed, one-fourth teaspoon of black
pepper and one-half cup of sour
cream. A good biscuit dough is better
than a pie crust dough. This makes
two pies. It is very nice and if any-
body likes fried onions they will
surely like this.
Add noodles to beef or any other
good soup after straining; they will
cook in 15 or 20 minutes and are pre-
pared in the following manner:
To one beaten egg add as much sift-
ed flour as it will take up, with a lit-
tle salt. Roll out as thin as a wafer
and dredge lightly with flour. Roll |
over and over into a large roll and
cut thin from one end. Shake out
loosely and let dry, then drop into the
Uncle (to Marjorie, who has mar-
' ried a millionaire)—I really think
you'd be happier if you had married
a man who had less money.
I Marjorie—He will have less alter a
[ few years with me.
LEWIS’ "SINGLE BINDER."
A hand-made cigar fresh from (he
table, wrapped in foil, thus keeping
fresh until smoked. A fresh cigar
made of good lobacco is the ideal
smoke. The old, well cured tobaccos
used are so rich in quality that many
who formerly smoked 10c cigars now
smoke Lewis’ Single Binder Straight
5c. Lewis’ Single Binder costs the
dealer some more than other 5c cigars,
but the higher price enables this fac-
tory to use extra quality tobacco.
There are many imitations; don’t be
fooled. There Is no substitute! Tell
the dealer you want a Lewis "Single
What the Doctor Did.
Gustave Ullyatt has a little daugh-
ter who hasn't been well recently. The
other day a physician was called to
the Ullyatt home to see her. He ex-
amined the child with the aid of a
stethoscope. When her lather came
home that evening he asked what the
doctor had said.
"Nothin',” replied the little girl.
"What did he do?” asked Mr. Ull-
"He just telephoned me all over,”
was the child's reply.—Denver Post.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, ns they cannot reach tho dis-
eaeed portion of tho oar. There Is only o«ie way to
euro deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed conUlUrfrii of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im-
perfect hearing, and when it, is entirely cloccd. Deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the inflammatKm can be
taken out and tills tube restored to its normal condi-
tion. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY <fc CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hali’s Family Pills for constipation.
W || Al.COH01.-3 PER CENT
A\i*f,Vlable Preparation for As-
’iftui sinnliiling Ih? Food find Reg ula
tin£ the Stomachs and Bowels of
ncssand Rest Contains neither
l!> j! Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
|t: Not Narcotic
Kn'pt cfOM DrSAMVH/mffS/t
/KifrytAtn Seed •
Mx JVffffB -
S'oihtU* Satfj •
Jmse Seed *
b’grm Sent -
ttinbryw* Ftiu or
A perfect Remedy forConsJipa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
For Infanta and Children,
The Kind You Have
• »U. "»fi • • we-
H*« Iim aftl4 ill
ik Amet|r«n I un
("I to utt tlm re
Fac Simile Signature of
The Centaur Company,
I Hit (til
I al« lit Ii
I I.ff fl<M tit 114 ** IISH
I 1 * IK IhiHi
I huii'I- «" I I Ini'•• mil sf*t
I » < ■ wli 1 •.Ini ltr<t
1 t'»» ha I tun li» « mi
iTH* v ftr«> nil rii'lftft veil,
I t>* **< irt"‘D •% rnrti
| mi • »■ L'l i*c< M I fl.» t*r
VVc>at*»r?k Hi tlsa ID |iaft
not ft fwiin •M iit.iilxo ih MftulUiti*.
HmIiiiU Itewnn or AJImrtft"
125 Million Bushels oi
Wheat in 1909
W*ftt«*rn Unnkilt IWd'l rripn for
194 Will i-lI* » ti'1'1 t o ll<i' Iniiti
vi f I 70,000,000.tNl In niftti.
Iii II. .111. 1 • ih «tf | tWI 1. r. ft.
Iillil |>l'«*-t*t 11 |>l I< 111« of lUdoTea
lit *3.OO 1111 urn*. Hnilwny and
l.fttui (VtmiMtiiU * liuvo ifth'i i«*r «w»j«»
«il riuiantiifcl'ln «.rt« <’** Ninny f.irni-
t*r» Ikdh i»<il«l fur ll»< Ir I inti «>ut
«*f (ill* jiriMunls of ruir
Hplt'lltf Itl all in Jit««. «hiM)U,
1’i'fllfnl ntllwiiy I 11 killI• »«v
frolglit ml oft, hirmI. utiier ami
IiiiiiImt ••f»*»lly nhlikliOHl.
r*»r pi%ru|ihlot *' |.o«t It*wt WtMit.'*
purlfulor-* «m to nuitnlilo lovoiion
M'l l»*w ftfltlcrw* ndn, apply U)
Hup t of 1 minlgriktton. QHaw*.
Oau., or to CuuiMliikn Gov't Agvut.
I. S. CRAWFORD
| Ho. I2S W. Ninth SIimI, Kaia.’t Uty, No.
Ato months old
35 Doses ^J^Cents
Guaranteed under the Foodand)
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
**I have been using Cascarets for In-
somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I can say that Caa-
carets have given me more relief tlwn any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my friend#
as being all that they nre represented.”
Thos. Gillard, Elgin, 111,
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good.
1I<> Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe.
10c, 25c, SOc. Never sold In bulk. The gen-
uine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
euro or your moony buck. 924
Write lor our new IL’S page entalot-ue of
HONOR UU AND SHEDS.
Wo well hodci poHtpnicl for 25 cents, tho follow-
ing HccdH, 00 centb for 25 cent*.
Tni oirtauii oowmnv, niw you* um.
' .: ' '
] j)kt. Onion ........ fx*.
1 “ \V;ii«nm*lon____5o
1 “ Okni ............fn;
1 “ Ufidish..........5c
I *• Turnip........5c
l pkt. Mustard........6o
} I,* Aiiter.........5«
1 ** l'b\i>x..........bo
1 . *• < :i rTi.vt ion......5«Y
1 ** Lorget-mo-not. bo
Combination Wood and Wire Fence and Corn Cribs ^Bpt^°cNAsvE0ED * pDL**l ^;a6s#e
'l he most practical and economical fence made for yard, lawn,
garden, orchard or stock. Sold in 75 and 8o-foot rolls and
painted with the celebrated "Monitor" paint. Easy to erect
and more durable than ordinary fences. Made in heights of
three to six feet of selected straight grained yellow pine
pickets. See your lumber dealer or write
THE HODGE FENCE & LUMBER CO.. Ltd., Lake Chsrle,. La.
Honk nnd Advice FRHK. ti****,
l-ftiwirb Ai Idiwraorf, WiibhingUm,
D.G* Kht. 4S‘yrs. liciit refcruaCcft.
nrriflwnr QTiIPPM m»I«*Uo work with and
UtriMRUL o IHnun utikrclieH olothet nice ai.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 7-1910.
"J kucw Butt's smoking would get
him into trouble.”
‘‘At his wedding, when it came to
the ring part, he reached into his
pocket and handed the minister a
"Young man, I began life cn a sal-
ary of four dollars a week.”
“And lived with your father a while,
“Urn—well, yes, I did.”
SUN BERRY-The Improved Wonderberry
LUTHER BURBANK’S GREATEST CREATION. A Luscious Berry Ripening in Three Months From Seed
SEED 20 CTS. PER PACKET. 3 PACKETS FOR 50 CIS. POSTPAID
This is positively the GREATEST new Fruit and the best NOVELTY of modern times. These are facts which no one can
get away from. The proofs are overwhelming in number and conclusive in character. Grown last year by 350,000 people.
ALI, UP-TO-DATE HOUSEKEEPERS
Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes
clean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
Young man, don't marry a parlor
ornament unless you can afford to
hire a cook.
Fruit blue-black like an enormous rich blueberry in lookrtand taste.
Unnurpassed for eating raw, cooked, canned or preserved iu any form.
This great garden fruit ia equally valuable in hot, dry, cold or wet cli-
mates. Easiest plant in the world to prow, succeeding anywhere and
yielding great masses of rich fruit all summer and fall. The greatest
boon to the family garden ever known. Leaves and branches are also
used for greens and are superb. Everybody can and will grow it.
Luther Burbank, of California, the world famous plant wizard,or-
iginated the Wonderberry and turned it over to me to introduce. He
says of it: “This absolutely new berry plant is of great interest and
value as it bears the most delicious, wholesome and healthful berries
iu utmost profusion and always comes true trom seed.**
READ MY CATALOGUE, pages 2 and 3, for full description,
cnlture, uses, etc. (Also Colored Plate.) With scores of testimonials
from well-known and reputable people all over the country. Also
the “Crime of the Wouderberry.M
THE SUNBERRY is an lmpioved form of the Wonderberry which
I introduced exclusively last year and which proved so* satisfaetorv-
It is ^reatl y superior to the original type, and I alone have genuine seed.
S t E D 2 0c per pkt.; 3 pkts. for SOc; 7 for SI.00.
With every packet of seed I send a booklet giving 100 Recipes for
using the fruit, raw,c'*ok**d,canned,preserved, jellied,spiced,pickled*
jam, syrup, wine, greens, etc. It is superior for any of these uses.
Also a copy of my 152-page Catalogue with every order—whiuh tells
all about my $12,000 IN CASH PRIZES AND OFFERS. AGENTS WANTED
MY GREAT CATALOGUE of Flowers and Vegetable Seed, V’
Plants, and Iiare and New Fruits FREE to all who apply. 152 p.,ges,
.500 illustrations and colored plates. I have been in the business
35 years and have half a million customers all over the country.
Complete satisfaction guaranteed to everyone. Do not fail to s«*c t.be
many great Novelties 1 am ofTering this year of which the SUN*
BEAF.Y is the greatest ever known.
YY1IKN YOU’KE AS If OAKS «C as a crow
ini/hi Tier anil irasning Whon voti vi> .
you’re coughing and gasping,
fashioned deep-seated cold. .*
a ... Sniff hv :i!i ifrmrgiUx 2T>
When you’ve an old- t> c
ake Allen * Isung Hal- r*
ned iioep-seaTea com. .nK«* Alien * isiing tin
N»ld by al! druggists. 25c. 50c and 51.00 botth*
Address JOHN LEWIS CHILDS, Floral Park, N. Y.
This offer will not appear again. Write for Sunberry seed and Catalogue at once. Do not neglect or delay.
Few men put off until to-morrow
the meanness they can do to-day.
One heaping quart of pastry flour, j
four even teaspoons of ci Glim of tar* * * iciw o a i<ui»>*, ou^u>-v^an.u, »:«j*j iu
....... .anemn-te nf crvrln t«*n vundy. tvgulaU* and invigorate stomach.
tar, t^O e\en tcaspooits OI soda, two jffvcrand IkjwoIs. Dc not gripe.
heaping teaspoons of salt. Sift several
times and it is ready for use and equal
to any you can buy.
Some local celebrities aro famous
and some are notorious.
TO CORK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Dr. Plerr-d's ppllots, Kmal^ sngar-coatod, ra*T to Take I.AXATIVK HKoMo Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if It fails to core. K. \V.
GROVE’S signature is on each box. 26c.
It's a pity that wisdom doesn't grow
on a man like whiskers.
A Certain Cure for sore,weak a inflamed Eyes.
MITCHELLS .-£& SALVE
It’s a hard, hard world, and nobody
knows it better than the aviator.
MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY. Price, 25 Cents D/v&itK.'
Sunday Evening Tea.
Sunday evening tea may be served
in the library. It may be composed of
sandwiches, chocolate and fruit. This ,
saves the arranging of the dining- :
room and gives a variety to one's j
. _■ _
You Look Prematurely Old
Beoause of tftftfte ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. U»e LA CREOLE’’ HAIR RE8TORER. PRICE. ftl.OO, retail.
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