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Loyal to Her Teacher.
Sunday School Teacher Yes, call
dren, the Lord tnado everybody.
Small Olrl Did he make you, teach
rT Teacher Yes. He made me, too.
Small Qlrl And he's got nothln' to
be ashamed of, either.
1'ILF.H CI1RKI) IN 0 TO 14 UATII
TonrdniMitt wl I ruttitm nuiu if um oint
Usually when a girl meets a man
she likes on the street by accident It
Isn't an accident at all.
Mra. Wlnalow'a Boothlng- Bjrrup for ChllJrea
teetliliw,. ofl-n tbu (tnuw, reduces luflamma
ttou.allojr paln.cure wtud oolic,36o a bottle.
Many nan fools himself when he'
thinks that he Is fooling his wife.
TIRED OF SEEING
Procured Lydia E. Pinkham's
which made Hit Wife
a Well Woman.
Mlddletown, Pa. "I had headache,
backache and such awful bearing down
pains that I could not be on my feet at
times and I had organic inflammation so
badly that I was not ablo to do my work.
I could not get a good meal for my hus
band and ono child. My neighbors said
they thought my suffering was terrible.
" My husband got tired of seeing ma
Buffer and one night went to the drug
store and got me a bottle of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
told me I must tako it I can't tell you
all I suffered and I can't te)l you all that
your medicine has done for mo. I waa
greatly benefited from the first and it
has made me a well woman. I can do
all my housework and even helped some
of my friends as well. I think it is a
wonderful help to all suffering women.
I have got several to take it after see
ing what It has dono for me." Mrs.
Emma Espenshade, 219 East Main St,
The Pinkham record is a proud and hon
orable one. It is a record of constant
victory over the obstinate ills of woman
ills that deal out despair. It is an es
tablished fact that Lydia E. Tinkham'a
Vegetable Compound has restored
health to thousands of such suffering;
women. Why don't you try it if you
need such a medicine?
If Ten want special adflco write to
lydia E. Plnknam Medicine Co. (coal
etantlai) Lthh, Mass. Your letter will
be opeBea, read and answered by a
woman and held la strict confidence.
Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness. 8oro throat,
croup, ustuina, hay fever
Ma. Alukut W.Pbiob.o! Fredonla,
Kail., write : We cse Bloan'e Lint
niul iu the family arid Bud It an ex
eellent tellet fur colile and liny ferer
ttacki. 1 1 tox coughing and antes
leg aliuuet luataulljr."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mm. Ij. Hrkwkp., of McmIcIIo.FU.,
writeit " I bouiilit ouo buttle of your
Llutmont ami Ittlitlmenll tlie Rood In
the world. My tliroit waa tery euro,
and It cured uio of my trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Mb. VT. II. SthaXOK, 3721 Klimrood
Areiuie, Chicago, 111., vrlteat "A lit
tle boy nett door had croup. 1 gave
the mother Bluuu'i Liniment to try.
&be gara him llirea drupe on anger
afore going to bed, and ha got up
without the croup lu the morning."
Prot 23a., BOe., $UOO
filMTS lotil- H. Beeert tubereular reaaaeV
C! Stad far book ef facta, -Tubrrvuloala aae
Bow ToUro." S,kBiMjn, ejiaaiaean Bto-.,ltiielaat,0.
BISMT lufU 1 cure Mr em of ltchlu, Bll
leedlnaur protruding t'lloalnouiMdaja Ma
SVmM j Meet
nil mtmrn In
CLAIM OF BURTON TO HOWE
PROPERTY DENIED BY THE
FURTHER CONTEST IS ENJOINED
Cass Closes Litigation Over 9500,000
Area and Lincoln School Site
' In Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, -final settlerfient of
all legal disputes ovwr tho titles of
the proposed capital situ In the north
east section of the city was reached
when Hon. W. H. Pope, United States
district Judge for New Mexico, dis
missed lu local federal court the suit
of John Burton and ruled that tho
title hold by thu Howe heirs Is valid.
The ruling of Judgo Pope nlno enjoins
tho plaintiff from entering into fur
ther legal content over tho property.
Ills decision at the same time coin
cides with tho roport returned by
Senators Mcintosh, Sutherlln and Car
penter, who wee appointed as a com
mittee to Investigate tho titles In
volved. Their report showed that the
title of the Howe heirs was valid.
The decision of Judge Pope murks
the end of a period of lltlgtlon ex
tending over twenty years' time, In
which tho tltlo to tho famous "Howe
Parker" tract of 1C0 acies has been
contested. Tho property is valued ut
approximately $500,000. Tho plain
tiff, Johu liurtun, has brought several
actions to establish his alleged title
to the tract. Ills contention all thu
time has been that Howe was a
"sooner," that Is, staked his claim
prior to the opening. Tho title to the
tract also has been under consider
able litigation from other sources, one
Parker also having attempted to gain
possession of the property on tho al
legation that neither Howe nor Bur
ton held u valid title.
Burton on January 15, 1913, filed
the suit which wus dismissed in fed
eral court Thursday by Judge Pope.
He named not only tho Howe heirs as
defendants, but tho Oklahoma City
board of education, In addition. The
school board was Involved on account
of tho Lincoln school being on a uor-
'tlon of the tract.
The cubo Incidentally tried out the
new equity rules, which wore designed
to hasten Justice Uy agreement
Thursday, the caso was called up and
tried on Its merits. The hearing and
decree aro to be entered at (luthrle.
Judge Popo was assigned especially
to hear tho caso, Judge Cotteral being
disqualified. The hearing wus ou thu
pleadings filed In this last case ami
thu record of the cases of Howe heirs
vs. Parker et nl and Uurtou vs. Par
ker et al and upon some partial
Judge Popo herd that tho Burton
decision rendered by the .United States
court of appeals for the eighth "Ircult
in the HoweParker case had settled
tho law upon the Identical facts and
that ho would follow thut declslon.lle
held that the Henry Howe homestead
entry was valid and directed a decreo
denying Burton's bill and quieting title
agalnBt Burton and all persons claim
ing or attempting to claim under him,
the title. It also enjoins Burton from
bringing any more suits or doing any
acts against the Howe tltlo and against
those claiming under the Howes, tho
Howe Capitol Kealty compuyu and tho
board of education of Oklahoma City.
The suit Involved fifty-live acres do
nated to the capltol building fund as
well as the -Lincoln $40,000 school
building, In addition to thu 100 acres
owned by the Howe Capitol Henlty
company as the grantee of tho Howe
Tho speed of this suit under the
new equity rules marks a now epoch
In litigation for which litigants have
been praying, llurton gave notice of
Killed Making a Real Estate Deal
Dallas, Texas. James L. White,
treusuror of thu Bepublic Trust com
pauy of UalluB, was Bhot and killed
on the eighth floor of tho Wilson
building here. A Silvers, vice-president
of thu Republic Trust company
and president of tho Silver company,
with offices adjoining Mr. White, waa
hot In the stomach and In lliu arm.
Following thu shooting J. A. Clop
ton, a resident of Waco, Tex., was
taken to the nfllce of Chief of Detec
tives Henry Tanner. The men were
discussing a real estato deal.
Clopton was held without bail ou a
charge of Hut degree murder for- the
White shooting, and on a charge of
assault to kill filr shooting Silvers.
Clopton became angry when nuances
for a real estate deal which ho was
engineering In Ban Antonio, Texas,
were refused. He emptied two auto
matic pistols. at White and Silvers. ,-
STOPS COUGHS - CURES COLDS
f lalaa We Opttiaa la Safe For TaeiaVaa
"You called me a dog, sir."
"Oh, no! Some dogs aro very flna
creatures. I called you a cur."
FOB WEAKNESS AND LOSS OF APPE
TITE, The Old Standard general Mr-oath-nla tonle,
MRorH-HTAHTaLHSS chill TONIUdrttM liut Ma
laria and bnilda nu the rl-in A true tonle and
anre Appatliar for adulta and children. Meant.
"Do you really believe In this home
"Of courso I do. Ain't I married!"
"Ladles are beginning to smoke cig
arettes, aren't they?"
"But I am sure I saw a woman
smoking one yesterday!"
"But you said ladles."
Small Girl Teacher, did you say
the lord makes babies, too?
Sunday School-Teacher Yes, Indeed.
Small Olrl About how much 'does
ho charge for one, 'cause I Want a
baby brother awful bad.
Plants Need Nourishment.
A German Investigator has discov
ered that plants resist cold best when
they are given special nourishment to
keep them warm. For Instance, to
feed a plant sugar stimulates Its pow
er of resisting low temperature, iiiuelf'
as like food ucts upon animals, though
In less marked degree
In the Day of the Billionaire.
A brilliant New York lawyer said
at a dinner at the Lotus Club apropos
of certain trust magnates:
"Thanks to watered stock and wa
tered stock Is criminal abroad these
men ure Indeed rich beyond the
dreams of avarice.
"If the watering of stock is allowed
to keep ou we'll hear our billionaires
talking like this some day:
"'Hullo! There goes Jones In IiIb
300 horsepower car Do you know
"'Do I know him! Do I know
Jones! Why, mun alive, Jones and I
were struggling young millionaires to
gether!'" New York Times.
"Mother, I wish you wouldn't men
tion dishwashing when George Is call
ing ou me!"
"Why not. Indued?"
"I don't like It. It sounds com
"Common, eh? We have to eat,
"And George kuows we eat and
"That's very true."
"And George also knows that
dishes have to be washed, therefore
somebody has to wash them?"
"But, mother "
"If you keep on talking nbqut II
George may discover that you make
father wash them, nnd ho may think
the same thing Is coming to him II
he should propose to mo." Detroit
are rapidly growipg in pop
served either with cream or
good milk, or preserved fruit,
make a most appetizing dish
for breakfast, dinner, or sup
per. These delicious toasted
flaky bits of white corn have
a delicate taste that is very
pleasing at this time of year.
cal, make less work for the
busy housewife, and please
everyone at the 'table.
"The Memory Linger"
Sold by tracers everywhere
Puatuni Cereal Ou., Ltd.,
HOME NEEDS SUNLIGHT
DETAIL TOO OFTEN NEGLECTED
Y THE MEN OP THE HOUSE.
Living Roema In Which the Women
8pend Almost the Whole of Their
Time Should Be Made M
Pretty as Possible.
The wife Is the mainstay of the
entire family, but too often she
Is painfully negleeted.and her natural
yearning for comfort and beauty Id
her home life Is never satisfied. All
our troubles are unloaded upon moth
er and her hands aro always strong
enough to sustain us and her heart
big enoughto tako In all our. sorrows;
The very least we can do Is to let
the sunlight of tho sky Into her home,
and the light of our lovo Into her
Too many of Our homes In the
country lack the sunlight not the
sunlight from 'the sky, perhaps, but
tho sunlight of comfort and beauty.
Wo put too much monoy Into the
barns, live stock and shiny red ma
chinery and not enough In the home,
where mother and tho girls must live
and provide for the wants of the en
Tho men and boys are out-of-doors
all the time In the summer, excopt
when eatlng'and sleeping, and during
the evenings In winter, and may not
feet tho absence of pictures and car
pets nnd hangings and tho little deco
rations that go to mako a homo rest
ful and satisfying as much as do the
Appreciation of these things Is al
most certainly a matter of education
even In men and boys.
If they aro brought up In n home
wholo walls are baro of pictures,
whoso floors are uncovered and where
books and magazines and newspapers
are unknown, they may In time be
come resigned in a way to Us discom
forts, knowing no better But tho
lack of comfort and beauty In a home
Is a distinct loss In the softening and
purifying Influenco upon character.
Laura J. Van Benthuyscn.
Make a biscuit dough, roll It out
Into a sheet about half an Inch thick
and spread It with fresh or canned
fruit, or evaporated fruit which has
been soaked Into plumpness aud fla
vor. Use your discretion about the
amount of sugar you Bpilnklo over the
fruit the ripe, tart varieties, such as
oranges or apples, will require more
than that which Is canned. Dredge
with flour and roll the dough up with
the fruit Inside. When you have made
It into a loose roll pinch the edges
together, wrap In a piece of cheese
cloth, .and lay In a steamer. Cook one
hour and serve with bard or soft
Shell a pint of roasted peanuts and
remove the fine paper-like covering of
the kernels. Grind Into a fine powder
by rolling them. Use th,o powdered
nuts In a cream made soup from a
pint of milk nnd a pint of water, a
scant tablespoouful of flour nnd a full
one of butter rubbed together, one
tablespoouful of salt and white pepper
to taste. This soup may be made
without tho milk, using a quart of
water 'and serving with thin slices of
lemon In each bowl. This soup has a
fine flavor and contains considerable
Into a dish put ono cupful of sugar
and ono and one-half cupfule of flour
sifted, with one rounding teaspoonful
of baking powder. Into a measuring
cup put tho whites of two eggs, add
butter till the cup Is halt full, and
then fill It full of sweet milk; beat
five minutes and bake In a moderate
oven. Frost It with the two yolks,
beaten, then add confectioners' BUgar
and a little vanilla till thick enough
Marking tapes with the full name
woven Into tho fabric In bright red
aro decidedly practical; there Is no
danger of the color being faded lu the
laundering. These tapes, of course,
have to bo made to order, but the
shops keep a very complete line of
similar tapes marked only with the
given name, ready for the purchaser.
It Is said that In stock there are at
least 1,000 names now to be had.
When the laundry work la done at
home, the given name la quite suffi
cient. Under BaoVa Plate.
Babies arc babies and cannot help
spilling things at the table. Place
large sheets of waxed or oiled paper
under the buby'a plate, beneath tho
tablecloth. This prevents wetting tho
table mat and saves much labor.
Foureggs beaten separately, three
tablespoons melted butter, half teacup
bread crumbs, dash of red pepper, one
can salmon without tba liquor, a little
ehepped parsley, a pine of mace. h.
oil well together tM bake oat bow.
f For this is the
I baking powder
f that "makes the
It leavens the W
throughout; puffs aa
S it up to airy light
1 ness, makes It de-
lightfully appetit- a
2 Ing and wholesome.
" Remember, Calu- X
met is moderate in V
price highest la
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thcap or big-can batnt powder. Don't
h mldtd. Buy Calumot. It't awra
economical1 mors uMuomm gttm
hut ntulli. Caliamt U fw laainor at
our milk and tod.
MORuia, ituaueciiit a. nj u
at tweet and dirt la ramored.tbor
are more eully Iteut claau. look
lttor-Kat more (rood from their
fMl and arejattor In eterr a.
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closer toil Dtaf sharp loigtr
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