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TULSA, OKLA., STAR
Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends
all Stomach misery in five
Do some foods you eat hit back
taate good, but ork badly, ferment
Into stubborn lumps andcauBea tick,
our, gasjy stomach? Now, Mr. or
Mrs Dyapoptlc.Jot this down; Tape's
Diapepsin digests everything, lea lug
nothing to sour and upset you Thuro
never was anything so safely quick, so
certainly effective. No difference bow
badly your stomach Is disordered )ou
will get happy relief In live minutes,
but what pleases jou most Is that It
strengthens und regulates your stom
ach ho you can out your favorlto foods
You feel different ns soon rs "Papo's
DIupcpHlu" comes In contact with the
Rtomich distress Just vanUheB your
atomuch geU sweet, no gases, no belch
ing, no eructations of undigested food.
(Jo now, make tho best Investment
you over made, by getting a largo fifty
cent casa of I'npo's Diapepsin from nny
atoro You rcallzo In flvo minutes how
no-dloss It In to suffer from Indiges
tion, d)spepsla or bad stomach. Adv.
Johnny's Mind Elsewhere.
Tscliur Johnny lllnks, describe
Johnny -Tho earth Is like Is like
a Is round like a baseball.
flood, now what aro the four sea
sons?" "The earth ! round llko n baseball
nd has four seasons "
Yos go ahead "
' Klrat base, second baso, third base
and lionio'" St Ix)uls ltepuhllc
Always Feel Fine
Tnke this famous remedy that Hot
Springs, ArLanus, doctors prescribe as a
eenrral towc anil blool purifier and to
iiuko the bowels and stomach clean and
antiwptic If diMtti'fled jour money
will be Rlvlly returned.
'I lie Iwst rcrnely for Iner, stomich or
i'i wl troubles and especially constipation
Is i he fimous HOT SPRINGS LIVER
Don't miss gettin a box today they
lone tip he Iner. drive out the poisonous
rs ind -saute in the hostels and nuks
J on fel -imply splendid in a few hours.
' 'it out Calomel and slam ban? ptiryv
J"-, Try HOT 8PRINUS LIVKR Itl'T
'J'lVS jU,t once and ou'll have no ua
for iny other liser remedy. Pine for sick
IkmIsiIk, sallow skin, dull c)cs and
bin hoa. Druggists' every m here for 55c,
1W sample and 100 of our 17.000 test!
in in.iU from Hot Springs Chemical Co.,
Ho" prinei. Ark.
An old lady, wishing to pay a com
pliment to tho proachlng of tho now
vicar, told him
Itniilly. hlr, v.o didn't know what
"In uh until jou caiiin to tho parish."
1-ondon Tit I1IU.
GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA
TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR
She Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tea
mid Sulphur to Drlng Back Color,
Almost oioryonu knows that Sago
Ten and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back tho natural color mid
lustio to tlio hair when faded, streaked
or gray; also endi dandruff, Itching
nc.ilp and slops fulling hair. Years
ngii tho only way to get this mlxturo
wan to mako It at homo, which Is
miliay ami troublesome. Nowadays,
by asking nt any storo for "Wjelh's
H.igu and Sulphur 1 lair Remedy." jou
will got a largo bottle of this famous
old recipe for about SO ccntM
Don't stay gray' Try It! No ono
can possibly tell that jou darkened
your hair, as It does It so naturally
und evenly You dampen a sponge or
Hoft brush with It and draw this
through )our lialr, taking ono Miiall
ntniml nt a tlmo; hy morning tho gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, jour hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick and glossy. Adv.
"Mrs Climber boasts that shu was
'So sho was, Tho top of n lenp
Stubborn Cold and Irrititod llronclinl
Ttilwi aro easily relieved by Dc.im'k Jlcn
Ululated Coiiiili Drops 5c nt Druggists.
Some people get do used to being
looked up to that they carry thcli
pedestals around with them.
Water In bluing is adulteration. Disss sml
witter makes lliiuld Ijluo costly. Bur Ited
Ciiim Hill Jlluu Adv.
Tho pen Is mightier than some
criminals who trj to break out.
DRY CLEANSING BEST
MOST EFFECTIVE METHOD OF
J Use of Squash Strainer and Flour Wll'
Do Away With Much of the Tedl-
ous Work Heretofore
This tiresome work has been greatl)
lessened by the Introduction of cur
rants already cleansed and put up lc
convenient packages, but many house
keepers, either from choice or neces
elty, uso tho currants which come lc
bulk, nnd hno not jet learned the
, easiest way of thoroughly cleansing
Instead of putting them directly lute
water, a sort of dry cleansing Is a
great help in remotlng tho grit and
other foreign substances Put tho tur
rants In a suuash strainer and sprinkle
them thickly with Hour. Rub then:
well between tho palms of tho band!
until the bunches aro separated, and
tho fine stems rubbed off, then rut
them on the strainer till tho flour, grit
and stems have pasBed through the
meshes Then placo tho struluer with
tho currants In a largo pan of luko
warm water and wash thoroughly
1. 1ft tho strainer and currants to
gether and change tho water untl.
nothing tnoro Is washed from the fru.i
and tho water Is clear. This Is mucb
easier than to leave the currants dl
rectly In the pan and simply, pour of!
the water, for they are mixed with the
When the fruit Is clean and well
drained turn It out between two tow
els and spread It apart, drawjng thi
perfect fruit to -ono end and carefull)
removing any stones or poor fruit
which did not pass through tho strain
ur Let them dry thoroughly In
sunny or warm place, but do not bard
en tlioni by putting them In tho oven
When well dried put thum In glass
Jars carefully covered and keop In
cool, dry place. Enough may bo done
at oiie time for tho season's supply ol
fruit cako and pies.
That Next Morning.
A friend of mine, ho goes downtown
and sits up with tho fellows. He
lightly lays his lucro down for reds,
whites, blues and jellows, Ho orders
up a lot of things end takes a nifty
nibble and on tho check tlm waiter
brings his name proceeds to scribble.
He smokes a twenty-cent cigar and
when tho minstrels gather. In Joyous
song before tho bar. Is he In lino?
Well, rather' When menials In his
service range, to save him time and
trouble, ho looks, whilo" sajlug, "Keep
tho change" llko Monte Crlsto's
double Hut, oh, next day jou ought
to hear tho words of fact and fablu
with which he chases all tho cheer far
from tho breakfast table' It Mils tho
Hat with gloom and strlfn ami sor
row nnd mlsgllng tho lino of tnlk
ho glviH his wife about tho cost of
Hashed Drown Potatoes.
Peel and wash somo rnw whlto po
tatoos, cut them Into inch squnro dice.
Hull thorn In salted water until they
nro lender, then drain off tho water
Pour Into u buttered pudding dish and
pour over them n rich, well seasoned
whlto hauco. Coer and bnko In a
good oeu for 20 minutes, then un
cmer nnd brown richly nnd Bcrvo.
These nrn delicious with cold meats
and hot biscuits or graham gems.
Ginger Puff Pudding.
Cream half a. cup of butter, add two
tablespoons of sugar, two eggs well
beaten, ono cup of milk, 2H cups of
Hour mixed nnd sifted with thrco tea
spoons of baking powder, one-quarter
cup of ginger cut In smnll pieces and
ono tnhlesponn of ginger sirup Turn
Into n buttered mold nnd steam 1
hours. Servo with whipped crenm,
sweetened nnd flavored with glngci
sirup nnd a speck of salt.
Baked Apple Meringue.
Pnro and corn six apples, put In
baking dish with a llttlo water nnd
sprinkle tho apples with sugar; when
linked, beat the whlto of ono egg
stiff, ndd two tablespoons sugar, and
put n part of the mcrlnguo on tho top
of each applo. Hake about six min
utes In n moderate ocn
Wh:n Boiling Potatoes.
Add a little milk to tho water In
which potatoes nro boiled. It will
provent their turning dnrk and Im
prove their tlaor.
Carving a Ham,
Ilcforo n boiled ham has had a
chance to cool, n certain cook cuts
out tho bono carefully, fills tho hollow
loft with tho trimmings mado by the
cutting, then ties tho whole up tight
nnd lets It grow cold. It then sIIcob
readily and without waste.
Good Broom Holder,
A good broom holder can bo mads
by nailing two spools to tho wall,
about two Inches apart. Hang the
broom up sldo down between tho to
Daring Ordina- Conversation,
and Became Breathless After
First Few Words.
Westhoff, Texas. Mrs, Kvlo L.
Powell, of this town, authorizes the
following for publication: "I had ter
ribly nervous, trembling, and smoth
ering spells, and became so weak, I
could hardly get around. Would al
most fall aBlcep during a common con
versation, and bocamo breathless after
tho first dozen words.
I thought I had lung trouble, but
found It was all caused from womanly
I then commenced using Cardul, tho
woman's tonic, ahd tho first bottlo
gave mo relief. Am now feeling fine,
and JuBt as wldo awake, and as lively
as an j ono.
I know I would havo been a wreck
had It not been for Cardul, and I do
not think enough can ho said In favor
of this great woman's medicine. I
gained moro strength from ono bottle
than anj thing clso I ever tried. I rec
ommend It to all women or girls who
are without fio glow of health on
Thcso nervous, trembly, smothering
spells, which Mrs. Powell describes,
tiro very common symptoms of wom
anly troublo, and should bo given tho
proper treatment to prevent n general
For over fifty years, Cardul, tho
woman's tonic, has been building up
weak, nervous women to strength and
health. It will do tho same for j-ou, If
given a fair trial.
Get a bottlo of Cardul today.
N. 15. n'rilt la- Chattanooga Medicine Co..
Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Trnn , for
Sftetat tnuructttni on your case and 64 page book,
'Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain
Ulcssed Is tho man who doesn't give
offense. Also unusual.
Strs.Wlnslow'a Soothing- Hjrup for Children
ttethinir. Hofleua (be cums. reduces Inflamma
Uon.allaja palo.cures wind collc,3Sc a. botlleJUt
A low grado man Judges his friends
by what they aro willing to do for
"Ho says ho Is going to etlck to
"No wonder. Ho makes flypaper."
"Isn't ho a 'fly' kind of a follow?"
"Well, he's bought an airship." Ilal
Knlckor Was jour house robbed?
Docker Yus; burglars stole tho
plants, cat and canary Just before my
wlfo came home.
"My dear, I seo jou or chavlng somo
clothes mado for jour poodle."
"Yes; It Is tho lutest fad."
"Well, I servo notlco right hero that
I won't button any dogs down tho
Along With the Rail.
A darky named Dick was known as
a notorious thief, so much so, in fact,
that all tho thefts In tho neighbor
hood woro charged to him. Dually
ono man had all his turkeys stolen
and ho had Dick nrrosted.
"You stole Mr. King's turkeys?"
asked tho Judge
"Well," said Dick slowly, "I'll tell
you, sir; I didn't steal dom turkeys,
but lust night I went 'cross Mr. King's
pasture and saw ono of my rails on
do fenco, so I Jos' brought It home,
and, confound It, whon I coma to look,
ilar was ulno turkeys settin' on do
rail." National Food Magazine.
Grape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced Food.
No chemist's analysis of Grape-Nuts
can begin to show tho real valuo of
tho food tho practical valuo as shown
by perbonal experience
It Is a food that Is perfectly bal
anced, supplies tho needed elements
for both brain and body In all stages
of lifo from tho'lnfant, through tho
stremiouH times of active mlddlo life,
and Is a comfort and support In old
'Tor two j cars I havo used Grape
Nuts with mlllc and a little cream, for
breakfast. I am comfortably hungry
for my dinner at noon.
"I uso llttlo meat, plenty of vege
tables and fruit, In season, for tho
noon meal, and If tired nt tea tlmo,
take Grape-Nuts alone and feel per
"Ncno and brain power and mem
ory aro much Improved slnco using
Grape-Nuts. I am over sixty and weigh
105 lbs. My son nnd husband Beelng
how I had Improved aro now using
"Jfy son, who Is a traveling man,
cats nothing for breakfast but Grape
Nuts and a glass of milk. An aunt,
over 70, Beems fully nourished on
Grape-Nuts and cream." "There's a
Name glvon hy Postum Co , Rattlo
Crcok, Mich. Read "Tho Road to
Wellvllle," In pkgs.
User rend the above letters A aiw
oiif niipruns from llm to tlni. Thrr
sre itrnulue. true, and full of haoaaa
KITCHEN AS A LIVING ROOM
A Little Thought Given to Decoration
and Appointments Will Makt It
It Is possible to have the kitchen as
attractive In Its own way as the '.Wing
room, especially when tho woman (xb
tho greater part of her work and takes
pride and pleasure In having the repu
tation of being a good housewife
The display of qalnt Delft waro
kitchen boxes on view In ono hard
ware department Is enough to tempt
tho housowlfo to refit a dingy kitch
en. Theso boxes, which aro made to
hold sugar, salt and spice, aro labeled
and have quaint Dutch scenes In blue
and white on them Half a dozen of
these boxes on the kitchen shelf, with
a background of clean paint or tiling,
present an attractive appearance, as
well ns a. very convenient way of hav
ing these articles closo at hand The
newest bread boxes havo rounded
glns windows In tho lid, bo that tho
contents may bo Inspected without
raising the lid and admitting tho air.
What would our great grandmothers
say to the array of mechanical con
trivances which mako the up-todato
kitchen resemble a laboratory? There
Is about as little resemblance between
the present methods of cookery nnd
.the utensils used, and tho ways of
joro as there Is between our modern
gas stove and open flro nnd hanging
crane. Pittsburgh Dispatch.
FOODS DESIGNED FOR SEASON
Apple and Grape Havo Been Especial
ly Set Apart by Nature to Serve
at This Time.
Tho wlso housekeeper Is devoting
some attention to tho applo and the
grape at this season, for they arc the
most beneficial of all tho fruits.
And wo need them moro now than
at any tlmo during tho year. Our
systems require the proteins, sugars
and fats, etc., that they contain In
order that wo may build up for the
long winter which Is before us.
The wlso housekeeper knows these
things. She studies food scientifically
.and understands Just what It Is expe
dient to glvo hor family at each sea
son, JuBt what food will bo most nour
ishing and health-bestowing for them.
A famous doctor In Germany has
said that apples should be placed on
the table three times a day and every
day In tho year.
One-third cup of sherry, two cups of
stowed strained tomatoes, two level
tablcspoonfuU of Jelly powder or gela
tin, salt and paprika.
Either canned or fresh tomatoes
may bo used Theso must bo cooked
with a llttlo parsley, onion and bay
leaf, If liked, and then strained so as
to clmlnnto the skin and seeds. Pol
low directions for preparing tho Jelly
powder or gelatin When joft, add to
tho hot cooked tomatoes, seasoning at
tho same tlmo with salt and paprika.
Ix,'t tho mlxturu stand until nearly
cold; then add tho sherry and turn
Into wet after dinner coffeo cups or
very small molds to set. At the tlmo
of serving, unmold, place on lettuco
leaves and put a generous spoonful of
mayonnaise over each. Pictorial Re
view. Singing Wires.
Moat of us havo wondered nt tho
curious "singing" of the telegraphs
and telephone wires often heard along
quiet country roads. Professor Field
of tho University of Ottawa suggests
that tho noises aro duo to vibrations
transmitted to the wires by tho posts,
which receive them from tho earth,
and that they are 'lie results of earth
vibrations Identical with thoso that
tho seismograph, or earthquake detec
tor, records. "The song of the wires,"
ProfcsBor Fields adds, "Is the song of
the barometer; It It Is low, a change
In tho weather may come in two days;
If sharp, It may bo Immediate."
Hard Cooked Eggs (Not Boiled).
Put tho eggs Into n saucepan, pour
ovor them ono cupful of cold water
for each egg, and ono cupful extra.
Cover the Bauccpan and placo over a
moderate fire. As soon as tho water
bolls remove It at onco and set It In
a warm placo for twenty minutes.
When Frying Eggt.
Whon frying eggs, add n spoonful
of flour to tho grease In which thnr
aro fried and they will look and taste
much better and will also turn with
Cheese and Pimento 8alad.
To ono crenm or Neufachtel cheese
or to three-quarters cupful of cottage
cheoso ndd two canned pimentos,
chopped fine. Illend well and form
Into small balla Servo on lettuco
leaves with I'rench dressing.
Tomato Salad With Cream.
Sllco tomatoes In rather thick
slices Into salad bowl; sprinkle wltb
salt, pepper and a little sugar If do
sired. Chill, and Just before serving
put ovor them some whipped cream
and sprlnklo with chopped olives.
Gently cleanse your liver and
sluggish bowels while
Get a 10 cent box. .
Sick headache, biliousness, dlzzl
less, coated tongue, foul Usto and foul
breath alwajs trace them to torpid
liver; delajcd, fermenting food In th
bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged In tho In
testines, instead of being cast out
of tho system Is re-absorbod into the
blood. Whcn this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue It causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick
CaBcarcts Immediately cleanse the
stomach, rcmovo tho sour, undigested
food and foul gases, tako tho excess
bile from tho liver and carry out all
tho constipated waste matter and
poisons In tho bonel.
A Cnscaret tonight will surely
straighten jou out by morning. They
work whllo you sleep a 10-cent box
from jour druggist meant your head
clear, Btomach sweet and your liver
and bowels regular for months. Adv.
O'Hrlen An' phwat's a tin weddln',
CaBoy Shurc, It's when yo'vo been
married tin years.
There is only one thing a woman
dislikes moro than flattery, and that is
not to bo flattered.
To the Merit of LydiaEPink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound during Change
Streator, III. "I shall always praise?
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegstnblo Com-
pounu wtierever I
go. It haj dono ma
so much cood at
Change of Life, and
ithaj Qlso helped my
daughter. It is ona
of tho grandest
medicines for wo
men that can bo
bought. I shall try
to Induco others to
PiMPriri r 'Mrt M
Second St, W. S., Streator, I'llinois.
Philadelphia, Pn. "It was at the
Changoof Lifo' thnt I turned to Lydia
E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound,
usinp; it ns a tonic to buihl up my sys
tem, with beneficial results." Mrs.
Sara Hayward, 1825 W. Venango St..
(Tioga) Phlla., Pa.
Sun Francisco, Cal. " I havo token
Lyiilo 13. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Cora
pound for many years whenever I
would feel bad. I have gone through
the Chango of Lifo without any troubles
and thank tho Compound for it. I rec
ommend it to young girU and to women
of nil ages." Mrs. C. Barrie, 3053
25th St., San Francisco, CaL
Tho success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, mode from roota
and herbs, is unparalelled.
If yon want special advice writo to
Lrdla K. Plnkhnm Mcdlrlnn Pn. ino.
dentlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence.
"Hunt's Cure" is guar,
anteed to stop ant
terrible itching. It ii
compounded for thai
purpose and your monej
will be promptly refunded
If Hunt's Cure falls to carl
Itch, Bciema, Tetter, Rlni
Worm nr anv nth. ot.i.
Disease. 20c at vour rfniirol.t'j n k- .i
direct if he hasn't It. Manufactured ontvbi
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Itui
To cure costlveiwss the medietas must h
more thn a purgatives It must contain tanlc,
alterative and cathartic propcrtiM.
possess these qualities, and speedllr restors)
tothc howels their natural peristaltic motion,
so essential to r"'-r"r
at flFIITO Ji'tfatlMrUcnlarsofPi
film kill I V UlunWsVegsublaSoas
HIICII I ftluts'iouoiousr setters o,
r,55" T- " moner-baci.plan. As!
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miwLa tmaicsL woaaa,a.f , ua . ti , usu., phTi
I tlal Couch Syrup. Tulel Ooo4. Us
la Mi. Sol l bj Drntcuu.