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The Tulsa Star, Friday, June 13, 1913.
PROPER CARE OF CUT GLASS
f Treated With Proper Consldrrttlon
Glassware Should Last for
When Klasswaro la treated with con
sideration It vUll nst for 0 generation,
out m tho hands of a cnrelcns maid Its
jjeauty Is toon marred by cracks or
broken edges. When a fow simple
Precautions aro followed Its brilliancy
nnd (lawless surface will remain for
yenrs In a slato of preservation.
Tepid water, tho best castllo or otli-
Pure soap, and a stiff brush aro
tno first essentials. After washing
nnd rinsing placo tho cut glass In
boxwood sawdust. This will absorb
tho molstiiro In tho cutting. Next
remove- tho sawdust from tho plain
u.,tUH wim Bort cI(jtn y fo,
lowing theso directions tho original
clearness and sparklo of tho glass will
Shot should not bo used In carafes,
cruets, toilet and similar nrtlcles. It
s very apt to scratch tho glass, and
tmis mar Its beauty. Prosaic potato
peelings nro thu best aids. Let them
remain In tho glasswaro over night,
nnil then rlnBo out with a llttlo tepid
A very Important point Is to at old
sudden changes from extremo heat
to extremo cold, and lcu versa A
pitcher or tumblr which has been
filled with Ice water, a tray that has
been used for Ico cream, If plunged
nt onco Into hot water will bo apt
o crack. Uso tepid water and the
risk of breakago Is avoided
Tho sudden chango from heat to
cold Is Just as dangerous. (JlatB
waro should never bo removed from
a closed cabinet where It has becomo
heated and brought Immediately Into
contact with a cold substance. Cool
tho glaBH for a tlmo In water before
subjecting It to tho extremo tempera
HINT ON CLEANING CARPETS
With a Little Care Soiled Floor Cov
ering Can De Made to Look
Bright and Clean.
Many a housewife's heart aches
when sho notices spots which mar tho
beauty of her living room, carpet or
bedroom carpet; but thcro Is n way to
remove them. .Mix together a quantity
of fuller'B earth and enough boiling
water to mako a paste Apply this
mixture to tho grcaso spots while It Is
qulto hot and do not brush It away
until It Is thoroughly dry. Equal quan
tities of magnesia and fuller's earth
moistened with boiling wntcr will
provo especially efficacious If applied
to tho spots.
If carpets am very dirty, they may
bo successfully washed In tho follow
To every two gallonH of boiling wa
ter add ono ounco of yellow soap nnd
ono dram of boda. With n clean flan
nel, dipped In thlB liquid, wnsh tho
carpet well, doing a small portion at
a time. Ulnso with clean hot water
nnd allow tho carpet to dry. Tho colors
will bo greatly Improved by after
ward applying a cloth dipped In am
Cook medium-sized potatoes In their
skins: when nlmost dona turn Into
cold water for a fow minutes, peel and
placo In a baking tin; chop a small
onion II ii". add one fourth teaspoon of
unvory herbs, a llttlo pepper; sprinkle
over tho potatoes; cut two'or three
slices of salt pork and lay over tho
wholo; put ono cup of warm water
Into tin nnd bake to a nlco brown.
Novel Orange Jelly.
Mix together two tnblespoonfula of
gelntlno with a largo cupful of orango
Julco, ono orango peeled nnd sliced
very thin, tho Julco of ono lemon, two
cupfuU of sugar nnd ono pint of boil
ing water. Let It stand nfter mixing
It well until It Is cold Then strain It
nnd storo In tho beaten whites of
two eggs. Tho latter glvo a pretty
and frosty effect to tho Jelly.
Put ono cup pulled figs, washed
thoroughly. In n double boiler with ono
nnd n half cups cold water. Cook
until tender nnd ndd half cup sugar
nnd cook 10 minutes longer. Sttnln
off tho pyrup and keop three-fourths
cup hot. Put one tnblespoon gelatin
to soften In ono tablespoon cold wntcr,
then dlssolvo In tho hot syrup. Chop
the ilga lino, mix with ono nnd a half
cups line breadcrumbs and ndd the hot
syrup nnd gelatin, Stir well and pack
Into a well buttered mold. Set away
to cool. Servo with whipped crram.
Tumblers which have been used for
'milk should always bo rinsed In cold
water beforo thoy nro washed In hot.
When this Is donu the milk does cot
stick lo tho glass, and thero la no
dnnger of tholr looking cloudy.
Kf'a ....-.- w.....
S9nr Equal parts or codlun and mashed
T -'tttoi'n. thproughly mixed with
f cooked red beets chopped fine; mold
Into balls, brown In tho fat of salt
I pork and garnish with the crisp bits
I of fried pork.
Advice to Expectant Mothers
The experience of Motherhood is a try
ing ono to most women nnd marks dis
tinctly nn epoch in their lives. Not ono
woman in a hundred ii prepared or urf
derstnnds how tn nronerlv rnr, tnr hor.
self. Of courso nearly every woman
nowadays nas medical trentmentnt such
times, but many approach tho experi
ence with nn organism unfitted for tho
trial of strength, nnd when it is over
her FVStcm has reeelvpil n fdinrlr fmm
which it is hard to recover. Following
right upon this comes tho nervous strain
of caring for tho child, nnd a distinct
change in tho mother results.
There is nothing moro charming thnn
n happy nnd healthy mother of children,
nnd indeed child-birth under tho right
conditions need bo no hazard to health or
boauty. Tho unexplainablo thing la
that, with nil tho evidence of shattered
nerves nnd broken health resulting from
nn unprepared condition, nnd with am
ple timo in which to prepare, women
will persist in going blindly to tho trial.
Every woman nt this time should rely
upon l.ydia E. I'inkham's Vegetablo
Compound, a most vnluablo tonic and
lnvigorator of tho femalo organism.
In many liomci
onco childless Uicro
nro now children be
cause of tho fact
that Lydia E. Pink
Compound mako a
hcnlthy nnd strong.
If ynn want special ndrlro write lo
Ljdla 1'. I'inklinm Medicine Co. (cnnll
dentlal) IiYinifMau. Your loiter v. Ill
be nprned, rend and nnswered by a,
woman and held in strict confidence.
3,80(1 I'ltri: IIIIMIMOIIU an.l Impnirri
lAtKUrruuill&lnllSiM'mcrf. llnttOrHln aii'lMlnl
farming. Wrlto CutiitnlhSluDcr, Uamliulilt, fla&K.
REFUSE TO MEET STRANGERS
Peculiar Method of Trading Indulged
In by New Guinea Tribe Who
Keep to Themselves.
No Kuropean has ever been able to
meet In their own dwclllng-placo tho
Kukuhuhus, a shy, et ferocious trlbo
of Now (iiiluea. Other tribes of tho
country, while they liavo a grrnt fear
of tho Kukuhuhus, mnnago to do a
bartering trado with them. They bring
halt, earthenware, dried ilsh, etc., and
deposit them in a certain Indicated
placo. They then retlro for n few
hours, being untitled to do to by n
curious cry from tho distance. Tho
mountain dwellers then descend to
view tho goodB offered for sale. If
they want them thoy put down other
goods, such as skins, feathers, nnd
other Junglo produce, next to thoso
uiuui'a wnnieu uy mem. j lien incy 1
retlro In turn, nnd when tho waj I
seems clear tho coast dwellers ur- '
proach again. If tho latter aro hall 1
lied with what Ih offered in exchniig ,
they tnko tho goods put down by f' 1
mountain peoplo and go away; If 1 it
satisfied they retlro again as bcfi.ro
with empty hands.
ECZEMA SPREAD OVER BODY
It. F. D. No. 1, Lewisburg, Ky. "Fif
teen years ago I was badly affected
with eczema upon my scalp first, then
It spread all over my bodv and con
tinued to grow wor.so for four years.
It began with n dry rash. After form
ing thick scales or scabs tho Irritation
forced mo to scratch tho scabs off and
tho hair would como out with them.
Upon my faco and body tho sores
would get Inflamed nnd they disfig
ured my faco. It was worso whoro
my clothes Irritated them. Tho erup
tion wa3 a yellowish watery kind,
sometimes bloody. In wnnn weothcr
it was so bad I was not ablo to work
on account of tho raw Irritating Borca
on my bead nnd body.
"After trying varloua medicines
without relief I tn I Ctttlcura Soap
nnd Ointment. Aftoi using four cakes
of Cutlcura Soap nnd four boxes of
Cutlcura Ointment and ono bottlo of
tho Resolvent I was entirely sound
and well and have- been for eleven
cars." (Signed) W. II. Williams,
Mar. 19, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Hook. Addrosa
post-card "Cutlcura, Dpk L, Boston."
GOOD TIMES IN CANADA
BUSINESS PROSPERING, TRADE
INCREASING AND FINANCES
IN GOOD SHAPE.
Tho prcsont tightening up of money
must not bo looked upon as being In
nny senso brought nbout by financial
stringency. It Is really moro a period
of stock-taking resorted to by tho
banks to ascertain tho truo condition
of tho finances and trado of tho coun
try. Legitimate business enterprises
nro not affected. Throughout the
States thero nro thoso who If allowed
to contlnuo borrowing, would Inev
itably bo n means townrda precipi
tating something a good deal worso
than they feel now. In Canada, tho
conditions aro excellent, nnd It is
safo to say business wbb novcr bet
ter. Tho ptilso of trado Is carofully
watched by tho Klnanco Department
of tho Dominion government, nnd It
Is Illuminative to read portions of tho
address of Hon. W. T. Whlto, tho
l'lnanco Minister, delivered a few days
ago beforo tho House of Commons.
Mr. White's remarks aro In part as
"It falls agreeably to my lot to ox.
tend my most hearty congratulations
to tho Houso and the country upon
tho prosperous conditions which It
continues to bo our good fortuno to
enjoy. I am happy to nnnouuco that
the outcome of tho last fiscal year,
which ended on March 31, will provo
even moro satisfactory aB rcllcctlng
by far tho highest pitch to which our
national prosperity has yet attained. I
havo overy expectation that when the
books aro closed, it will bo found that
tho total revenuo will havo reached
tho splendid total of $108,250,000, or
nn Increase, over tho year 1911-12 of
over $32,000,000. Some Indication of
tho magnificent growth of tho Domin
ion may bo gleaned from tho fact that
this Increase In revenuo during tho pe
riod of ono year nlmost equals tho en
tiro revenuo of tho country seventy
"Tho augmentation of revenuo to
which I havo referred has not been
Irregular, spasmodic or Intermittent
In Its nature, but has steadily charac
terized each month of tho entire fiscal
year. It was of course mainly dorlvcd
from Customs receipts, but tho other
sources of revenue oxclsc, post office
and railways also gave us very sub
"That In a period of great finan
cial stringency not only havo wo not
been obliged to resort to tho con
gested niarkctB of tho world, but have
been nblo to reduce so substantially
($23,000,000) tho debt of tho Domin
ion, must bo a matter of gratification,
both to tho Houses and to tho peoplo
"I bellovo that during this period
of exceptional money stringency tho
credit of tho Dominion ns reflected In
tho quotations of Us securities has
maintained Itself among the highest
In tho world."
Owing to tho favorablo stato of Its
finances Canada was In a position to
pa.' off a heavy loan In cash without
rifourso to tho Issue, of bills or bo-c-
fltles. Ad tlsemcnt.
to ensure complete success
take along a case of
The satisfying beverage in field or forest;
nt home or in town. As pure and whole
some as it is temptingly good.
Dtminl Ibf Onutnt- -Kclme
ated in bottles.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, Atlanta, Ca.
Decline nnd Fall of the Kiss.
Heal Kisses soon becomo' monoton
ous, according to Mrs Minnie Hleutz.
who. In her divorce testimony, mild:
'Some cmiplcH may kiss each other
right up until they nro sixty. In nn at
tempt to fool themselves Into think
ing that their kisses have tho genuine
heart glow of the first month of mar
riage, but It Is all bosh. Heal kissing
becomes monotonous, during the sec
0111I year. Intermittent from tho fourth
to tho sixth, nnd stops entirely beforo
tho eighth year of married life."
Steubenvlllo Dispatch to Philadelphia
Saloon Closed by Cat.
"Closed on account of the loss of
Rcotty's cat 'Nigger' "
This sign 011 the door of Scolty's
hntonn at Ninth and i:im streets, Cin
cinnati, caused much comment Two
days ago the cat disappeared
When tho cat did not put In an ap
pearance, Scotty hung out a sign
draped In green llssuu paper nnd bor
dered by carnations to tell his cus
tomera that ho had closed tho saloon
In mourning for his pet.
The Norfolk peasants always regard
pointed lllutH as thuiiderbollH So eon
Hlsteiit nro the simple lo"(s that they
will often assure im that they picked
them up red hot. They carry flints and
stone arrow headH about with them In
the belief that IIiIh custom will pro
M'lit them being struck by lightning
Hiin'l buy wnlcr fur bluing. Liquid blue Is
almint all wntcr. buy lii-.l C'rom Hull blue,
tli'.' Mini Iliat'n nit Mil". Adv.
Some people might Just as well bo
cnuy tor all the sense they have.
Tie Mtl.fwug quilily in I.I'.WIS' Fingls
Hinder in found in mi other fie eimr ' V.
A pessimist Is merely a man who Is
never happy unless ho Isn't
The average man fears n storm nl
most rtH much ns ho fears IiIh wife
Now They Are Making Cowlcss Milk.
Cow less milk Is being made in Ion
don, whero a factory with n capacity
of 40,000 quarts a day was ripened re
cctitly Tho "milk" Is made from
vegetables, principally soya beans It
Is said to bo scarcely dlstlngulli.ible
from thu real article nnd Ii.-ib the nd
vantago of keeping longer nnd being
free from disease germs. It sells for
six cents a quart.
w, p. mAs
Cn. P Kitb.,Nikin,tiq. H T
DAISY FLY KILLER ff; XtfZZ
Important lo Mothoro
Exnmlno caitfully every bottle of
CASTOIUA, a fiafo and buVo remedy for
infants ntm cuiidrcn. ana nee that It
In Ubo For Over 30 Years,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Cnstoria
nii pmi, rifHin or
fl.t,., Ltala til
nion Mode o (
iri will not poll or
I njiir anything.
rirtt fftM for If OU.
Ho'b a bad citizen who can't got a
good obituary notlco,
Many a married man has made his
wife happy by leaving homo.
Sugar From Wood.
Now they're making sugar out of
rood. Dritish chemists havo found
hat they canjako a ton of sawdust
and get a quarter of a ton of sugar
out of It.
Tho process consists of putting tho
sawdust into a closed retort nnd sub
jecting It to digestion with a weak
feolutlon of sulphuric acid under n
pressuro of from 90 to 100 pounds to
tho sqtinro Inch. Klghty per cent, of
the sugar thus obtained Isiferment
nblo. Tho product Is called "uacchu-loso."
It thero aro electric lights In tho
sick room thoy will generally bo
found too brilliant, hurting tho eyes
of tho patient, and not every sick room
has tho electric lights that can bo
turned up or down. Mako a llttlo
green silk bag nnd fasten It over the
Incandescent bulb nnd It will glvo a
good but subdued and harmless light.
Jack Your friend Allco has tho
prettiest teeth I evor Baw In a worn
KMiel Yes, tho dentist guaranteed
that thero should not bo a finer sot In
At the Baths.
"I was sum tho man who was talk
ing to mo was nn umbrella dealer."
"Ilecauso ho took bo many shower
Aim at Independence of mind
Thero nro some men who go In lead
ing strings nil tholr days. Ilov. J.
He Makes a Point.
"Women will novcr get tho upper
hand .Men nro loo smart."
"Can you point out ono Instanco of
men being smarter than women?"
"Well, man don't handicap them
selves with clothes that button up the
Poison Oak or Ivy Poisoning
Is quickly relloved by bathing tho nf
fected parts In n solution of two tea
spoonfuls of Tyrco'a Antiseptic Pow
der to a pint of water. 2Sc. nt nil
druggists or sample sent freo by J. 8.
Tyrce, Washington, D. C Adv.
Wherover tho tree of benevolence
takes root, It sends forth branches
abovo tho sky. Saadl.
T.ct us leave, tho world wiser nnd
bettor than wo found It, nnd wo shall
leave It happier.- Shuttloworth.
A woman Is really bravo when sho
Is trying to mako somo man better.
QUININE AND IRON-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove'iTtcIts chill Tonic Combines both
inTtiteleiiform. The Quinine drives
out MiUri and the Iron builds up
the System, For Adults ni
You kndw what you are 'taking when
you take GROVES TASTULESS, chill
TONIC, recogniiedfor 30 years through
out the South as the standard Malaria,
Chill and Fever Remedy and Genernl
Strengthening Tonic. It Is us strong as
the strongest fitter tonic, but you do not
tnste the bitter because the Ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis
solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
BA1UID SOKLia. 150 D,lb Ax , Srookljri, H. T.
THS NBW FRENCH REMED V. Nit. N.3. N JL
r'iritiucrfM, cUKtiLHKONic wKAKNras. uisr viooi
ft viHKinNir HLAimm, tjKA!r, HrtKiii rotsoM,
riLFt. HTHFK No. ()N I'bdMIl w HAIL II. HT 4 CT9
rm'OKRt Co, W1. HFIKsHNiT N KW ft) UK or LI MAW It KOI
TnONTO. HII riK PRKC WOlt lO lR. LE CLIRO
Mio.Cn, If AVKnriCKlii, II AMrsTftM), London, rno.
iitrNKwiRaitM(TAiirri.x9jroKUor eai Tn iakb
IK IHAT TRAItR MAHRm Html) THIIItMON 14 ON
ftiT buvr.tr amp ArruiDTu ALLuenujNErACfttt.
To cure co'tUrnrR lite medicine mui( be
more limn puru-IUe: It mul contain tunic
ItcratUe oni cathartic prnpcTtlca.
pome these qunlHIra, and npfcdlly rrntor
In the ImnrU their natural rcrlfttattlc motion,
to ctvcAtlal to --r"'"l'y-
anteed to stop and
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose nnd your money
will be promptly refunded
If Hunt' Cure falls to curs
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm or nny other Skin
Disease. 50c at your druggist', or by mall
direct If he hasn't it. Manufactured only by
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.. Sharmin, Teui
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 24-1913.
RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter'
Antiseptic Healing OIL Prevents Blood
Poiioning. An Antiseptic Surgical
Dressing discovered by an Old
It, R. Surgeon.
Thousands of famillM know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
1'ORTUR'S ANTISUl'TIC IIKALING
Oily is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated I'. ye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Disease ami
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people ara
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist.
We mean it. 25c. SOc. fl.00
There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That isLAXATIVUHROMOQUININB
llook foriRnature of B. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold In One Day, 25c.'
Because) f thoaa ugly, grluly, gray halra. Uao "LA CREOLE" HAIR 6RE8SINQ. PRICK, si.oo. rotoll.
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