The Olney Enterprise. (Olney, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923 Page: 2 of 10
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“When my babies have a cold I
Just give them Teethlna at bed time
and they are bright and playful next
'inorning. Teethlna relieves their cold
while we all sleep,” declares Mrs. Ira
W. Redfearn, of Mt Pleasant, Texas.
Babies’ colds are generally easily
broken up if Teethlna is given at the
first sign of trouble. Let the cold
run on and you are apt to have a
mighty sick baby.
Teethlna is perfectly harmless. It
Is the prescription of an able physi-
cian and has been universally used
for fifty years. Teethlna is for ba-
bies and little children to clean out
their bowels and make them well and
happy. It contains no narcotics what-
All good druggists keep it, or send
80c to Dr. Moffett Laboratories, Co-
lumbus, Ga., and get a package of
Teethlna and the valuable Baby book-
let.—Ad ver tisem en t.
The Accused—There’s the lawyer
We stuck up. It’s all up wit’ us. He’s
goin’ to testify against us.
His Accomplice—Not this time, he
won’t. I’ve hired him to defend us.
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1 One doesn’t need so many holidays
as days to stop and think over mat-
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An Understanding of Holly.
A mother and her two sons, age five
and three, were shopping. Entering
a downtown store the children became
very quiet, and Dick took hold of his
brother’s hand, admonishing him not
to make any noise “in here as some
one must be dead.” They had noticed
the holly wreaths tied with ribbons
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two years with pains in piy side, and if
I worked very much I was nervous and
just as tired in the morning as when I
went to bed. I was sleepy all the day
and didn’t feel like doing anything, and
wa3 so nervous I would bite my finger
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soon felt fine. Mrs. Charles Beeler,
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Bright eyes, a dear skin and a
body full of youth and health may
be yours if you will keep your
system in order by taking
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(©, 1923, Western 'Newspaper Union.)
It never troubles the sun that some
of his rays fall wide and vain into
ungrateful space, and only a small
part on the reflected planet. Thou art
enlarged by thine own smiling.—Emer-
GOODIES THAT WILL KEEP
Stuffed dates, figs and prunes are
always a dainty enjoyed by young
the stones from large
dates and fill with equal
quantities of chopped
ginger and nuts, using
^ ^ j the preserved ginger and
moisten with a little of
J the ginger sirup. After
filling the dates, roll
them in granulated sugar and pack
iq boxes, covering with waxed paper.
Fruit Rocks.—Cream two-thirds of
a cupful of butter with one cupful of
sugar, add two beaten eggs and when
well mixed add one and one-half cup-
ful of flour which has been sifted
with one tea spoonful each of cinna-
mon and cloves. Add one pound of
walnuts, one pound each of raisins
and dates. When all ai-e well mixed
add a teaspoonful of soda dissolved
in one and one-half tablespoonfuls of
hot water. Stir well and drop on
buttered tins by half teaspoonfuls.
Bake in a moderate oven.
Tutti-Frutti Candy.—Dissolve one-
half pound of granulated sugar in
three-fourths of a cupful of water,
bring to the boiling point and boil to
the soft-ball stage. Chop one-fourth
pound of crystallized fruit and add
with one teaspoonful of vanilla. Beat
until creamy, pour into a buttered tin
and when cool cut into squares.
Cinnamon Cakes.—Take one-half
cupful of butter; work until creamy;
add one-half pound of sugar and
gradually three beaten eggs. Add
flour to make a mixture to roll, add
cinnamon until brown and work it
into the dough. Let stand in a cool
place over night. Roll out in the
morning as thin as possible, cut Into
shapes and brush with the yolk of
egg; sprinkle with sugar. Bake In a
Sea Foam.—Take two cupfuls of
sugar, one-half cupful of corn sirup
and one-half cupful of water. Boil to
the soft-ball stage, add almond flavor-
ing and pour over two stiffly beaten
egg whites; beat until stiff, add
chopped almonds and finely-minced
candied cherries. When stiff, ..drop
by small spoonfuls on a waxed paper.
Nut Cookies.—Cream Ine-half cupful
of butter with two cupfuls of sugar;
add one cupful of sweet milk, three
eggs, two teaspoonfuls of baking pow-
der, one-half teaspoonful of salt, one
cupful of walnut meats, broken iu bits.
Mix with as little flour as possible;
chill before rolling out. Roll out and
sprinkle with sugar before baking.
The man who is ever seeking- to do
his best is the one who is keen, active,
wide awake and aggressive. He ia
ever watthful of himself in trifles. His
standard is not “What will the world
say?” but “What is worthy of me?”
During the winter months when
fruit, such as oranges, lemons and
sweets may be
peel of four
oranges with two quarts of water,
bring slowly to a boil and simmer
until the peel is tender. Drain and
let stand for two hours. Remove all
the white inner skin and when the
peel is dry cut into strips. Boil two
cupfuls of sugar with one-half cupful
of water until it spins a thread. Put
in part of the peel and boil for five
minutes; remove with a fork and roll
in granulated sugar. Grapefruit or
lemon peeling may be treated in the
same way; a mixture of the three
makes a very nice confection to serve
with a cup of tea.
Candied Cranberries.—Put two cup-
fuls of sugar on to boil with three-
fourths of a cupful of water. Boil
slowly for five minutes. Wash and
dry two cupfuls of large, hard, dark
red cranberries, pierce each with a
darning needle, then spread the ber-
ries in a single layer on a granite
pan. Pour the sirup over the ber-
ries and set them into a moderate
oven until they are almost transpar-
ent. Remove and dust with powdered
sugar if desired.
Fruit and Nut Paste.—Take two
cupfuls of dates after stoning, one
cupful of peanut butter, one teaspoon-
ful of salt. Wash and dry the dates
and put through a meat chopper, add
the peanut butter and mix well with
the salt. Take spoonfuls of the mix-
ture, shape into small apples, put a
currant for the blossom end and a
piece of candied lemon or orange peel
for the stem.
Raisin Pie.—Line a pie plate with
pastry. To one cupful of seeded raisins
add the grated rind and juice of a
lemon ; beat two egg yolks and mix with
one-half cupful of sugar, add a cupful
of water, a bit of salt and a few bits
of butter. Put into the pastry shell,
cover with a crust and bake thirty-five
Mrs. Martha Jefferson
How’s Your Appetite?
Are You Nervous?
Brushyknob, Mo.—“Two years', ago
I was in poor health and was not able to
do all my work; I had a dull headache
all the time. I also had .a hurting in
my back and one of my limbs would
take spells of hurting and would feel
flumb. I could not sleep good at night,
did not eat much, and my perves were
in bad shape. I told my husband I
could not go much longer, so we decid-
ed to write to Dr. Pierce, Pres, of
Invalids’ Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. He
said for me to take the ‘Favorite Pre-
scription’ and the ‘Golden Medical Dis-
covery’ also some -‘Pleasant Pellets’ (all
of which I got at the drug store) and I
soon began to get better. All the
disagreeable symptoms left me and I
felt like a different woman.”—Mrs.
.Martha Jefferson, Box 4.
Write Dr. Pierce’s Invalids’ Hotel in
Buffalo, N. Y., for free confidential
“Mummy, why do gentlemen take
typewriters to the theater?” asked
Sammy, gazing at his father’s ma-
“They don’t, darling. Whoever put
such an idea into your head?”
“Father told Mr. Brown he was tak-
ing his to see ‘Decameron Nights’ to-
The Perfect Lady.
“What are you?” a woman was
asked in an English court.
Witness—I am a perfect lady.
Loosen Up That Cold
Have Musterole handy when a cold
Btarts. It has all of the advantages of
grandmother’s mustard plaster WITH-
OUT the blister. You just apply it with
the fingers. First you feel a warm tingle
as the healing ointment penetrates the
pores, then comes a soothing, cooling
Bensation and quick relief.
Made of pure oil of mustard and
other simple ingredients, Musterole is
recommended by many nurses and
doctors. Try Musterole for bronchitis,
sore throat, stiff neck, pleurisy, rheu-
matism, lumbago, croup, asthma, neu-
ralgia, congestion, pains and aches of
the back or joints, sore muscles, sprains,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest. It may prevent pneumonia
and “flu.” 35c ana 65c, jars and tubes.
Better than a mustard plaster
St Joseph s
Lartfe Can 2Sf
PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re-
lieves ITCHING PILES aa* you
can get restful sleep after the
All druggists are authorized to
refund money if PAZO OINT-
MENT fails to Cure any case of
ITCHING, BLIND, BLEEDING
er PROTRUDING PILES. Cures
ordinary cases in 6 days, the
worst cases in 14 days. SOc.
Cutlcar* Soap Is the favorite forsafety razor shaving.
v Account Books
MOVE SICK CHILD’S BOWELS
WITH “CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP”
MOTHER! Even Bilious, Upset, Tongue-Coated Children
Love this Pleasant, Harmless Laxative.
A teaspoonful of “California Fig
Syrup” now will thoroughly clean the
little bowels and in a few hours you
have a well, playful child again. Even
if cross, feverish, constipated, or full
of cold, children love its “fruity”
taste, and mothers can rest easy be-
cause It never fails to work all the
souring food and nasty bile right out
of the stomach and bowels without
griping or upsetting the child.
Tell your druggist you want only-
the genuine “California Fig Syrhp”
which has directions for babies 'and
children of all ages printed on bottle.
Mother, you must say ‘‘California.”
Refuse any imitation.
First Heraldic Lion—“How do you
feel, old thing?” Second Heraldic
Lion—“Right on the crest, old fruit!”
Important to All Women
Readers of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
hare kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women’s complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con-
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in the back, head-
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri-
table and maybe despondent; it makes
any one so.
But hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, by restoring health
to the kidneys, proved to be just the
remedy needed to overcome such condi-
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver
and bladder medieine, will do for them. By
enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sam-
ple size bottle by parcel post. You can
purchase medium and large size bottles at
all drug stores.—Advertisement.
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“Anne married a self-made man,”
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Every department of housekeeping
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ney and Bladder treat]
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order. Story of Hobo Fr3
asking. Nothing like it
Fathers who think they have the
brightest child in the world should
keep the thought to themselves.
It Did Then.
‘Doesn’t her singing move you?”
“It did once when I lived In the ad-
Woman Commands Ship.
Probably the only won^'an' Whtf'-’ffUts
as a ship’s captain is Mrs. T. Aiken
Dick. She Is the owner of the Flame,
a vessel of 92 tons, engaged in the
English coasting trade, and has de-
cided that she will command it her-
self. She started on her first voyage
not long ago, leaving London for the
Isle of Wight. She has a crew of
three, who answer her orders with a
brisk “Aye, aye, m’m!”
All wild animals that prey on other
animals are due for extermination.
“Pape’s Cold Compound” Breaks a Cold in Few Hours
Every druggist here guarantees each
package of “Pape’s Cold Compound” to
break up any cold and end grippe
misery in a few hours or money re-
turned. Stiffness, pain, headache,
feverishness, inflamed or congested
nose and head relieved with first dose.
These safe, pleasant tablets cost only
a few cents and millions now take
them instead of sickening quinine.
Take a good dose of Carter’s Little Liver Pills
—then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after.
You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to
follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness,
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Shuffler, R. The Olney Enterprise. (Olney, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923, newspaper, January 19, 1923; Olney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1113633/m1/2/?q=yaqui: accessed July 7, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Olney Community Library.