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E MASCULINE HEAD OF THE HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS
By W. C. Cotton, M. D.
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In most cases indigestion is at
tributed to improper eating
rather than to improper food. The
most easily digestible food may
cause indigestion if bolted hog
fashion, while food that is slow of
digestion may be- easily taken
care of ,if eaten slowly and in
The prime rule for those who
would avoid or would be cured of
indigestion may be expressed in
one wofd: "CHEW."
Chew your food till there's noht
ing left of it to chew. More de
pends on thorough mastication
than on anything else. If-' you
haven't time to chew, don't eat.
Never eat a "square meal" un-
less you have at least half an
hour to devote to it Better go
hungry tiflyou have time to eat
at leisure, or, better still, drink a
glass of milk to bolster you up
till there is time to eat.
If you' have brain work to do,
eat very lightly before work as
otherwise you are apt to become
drowsy, due to the fact that the
blood supply is in the abdomen,
where digestion is going on and
a short amount in the brain,
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Fashions were invented to keep
folks from being contented.
The sun is thoroughly demo
cratic. It will shine on any man
who gets up in time.
The tobacco pouch is made of silk
from the ends of a discarded necktie.
An objong piece oLsilk is cut seven
inches long, and five and three fourths
wide through the middle, the sides lap
ping as shown. Turn in the edges and
fasten to it a piece of rubber which may
be purchased at the drug store.
Cut out two pieces "of silk, and two of
rubber, the shape of the flap shown.
Fasten a silk and rubber piece together
and put on each end of bblong piece of
siik". overhanding on the wrong, side,
then turning to the right in this way
making two rubber lined pockets, one
for 'tobacco, the other to slipthe filled
one into, making a compact case.
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fJristlet of an old- glove. Transfer the
shape of a pair of glasses on the kid and
mark the outline with black darning cot
ton in outline stitch;
Cut the kid slightly larger, making
three thicknesses in all, and fasten to
gether at the top. The ribbon is' put
through the outside" only.