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I - LKHI DANNEU, SAfTUnDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914
l HAVE YOU
I A CHILD?
H Many women lone for children, but became of
H tnae curable physical derangement are deprirtd
j J( this greatest of all happiness.
., H The women whose names follow were rMtored
"""" to normal health by LydiaE. I'mkham's Vegeta-
B tie Compound. Write and ask them about it.
B joTC'ifjVi. "I took your Com-
ma srW-!, pound nnd havo a flne,
( strong boby. " Mrs.
"'iKrkviL' Jo,m M,TCUELL. Mas-
1 JSrSfTU "Lydia E. Pinkham'a
B' ? JtitBht!'' Vegetable Compound is a
I arkC wonderful mediclno for
H fa MM expectant mothers.".
B " i$r' Mrs. A. M. Myers, Gor-
$5&tk donvilIc' Mo'
"iSffilri " I highly recommend
8 SSO'-IP LydiaE. Pinkham'a Vcjj
I MHHfcr cto' Compound beforo
B fT Yci! much for me." Mrs. E.
B vZJp' M deur, R. R. 1, Con
I W shohocken, Pa.
B Sr&l' nm's Vegetnblo Com-
B W iflP! Poun( to build up my
- p'i' Bystcm nn(l havo tho
'jjui, dearest baby girl in tho
I listW worll." Mrs. Mose
I 9K' " Prnlso tho Com-
I M "Be P01"11' whenever I have
.WWi a chance. It did so much
S B VS. JT tor mo beforo my littlo
B t )tt was hom." Mrs.
B SZ E W SandeR3 Rowles-
u B Pm " took yur Com-
B fl"-VN" pound beforo baby was
C B Tvr X,1 ho nnd 'eel I owe my
B r,VsV'$' H'otolt" Mrs.WlNNlB
B iSS? TlLL,s Winter Haven,
fl phWrifti Florida,
I "By Wire."
fl Loulso Randolph smilingly confirms
J H this tnlo told of her tho other day:
B S1'e Htts '" nor Crossing room pro-
1 B paring to bo "on" when tho call boy
innounced that sho was wanted at the
B "1 can't go now," Bho replied; "tako
fl tho message."
H Tho boy returned' shortly, slightly
fl "You had better come, Miss Ran-
ISt B ''pn'" l'o said, "ifa your daughter,
llu I nd sho wants to glvo you a kiss over
the phone." Oreen Hook.
irp HOW TO HEAL SKIN
"c AND SCALP TROUBLES
I A Baltlmoro doctor suggests this
(US I lmp,c' ljut rolutblo and Inexpensive
VU0B hemo treatment for pooplo BUfTerlng
with eczema, ringworm, rashes, and
I ilmllar Itching skin and scalp troubles.
1 1 I At nny rcllao, druggist's get a Jar of
111 I rcs'Q0' o'nttncnt and a cako of reslnol
(UiB wap. With tho rcslnol soap and warm
ater bntho tho affected parts thor
H oughly, until thoy uro frco from crusts
and tho skin 1b softened. Dry very
gently, spread on a thin layer of tho
reslnol ointment, nnd cover with a
light bandago, This should bo dono
tvlco a day. Usually tho distressing
Itching and burning stops with tho
fl first treatment, and tho skin soon bo-
i.B comes clear and healthy again. Adv.
jU'jB When a man boasts of bolng slow
,,,. B but Euro, we are at leuut sure about
DK7,B tho slow part!
B Ion't envy tho blnffor. lto Isn't al-
i is4 Bfi ways as happy as ho looks.
)tow B -
XM Stiff Muscles
! Sloan's Liniment will savo
; m hours of Buffering. For bruiso
i W K or BPrain it gives instant relief.
otltB arrests inflammationand thus
fl Prevents moro serious troubles
J developing. No need to rub it
J '""''. acts at once, instantly
ai'Bi relieving tho pain, ho wo v or
Mri B vcto it may be.
j iH Hare's Proof
& B . CMlh'. '. '. O. i?oi 103, Isw-
Mm l-m i SMian, N. Y imlii.' "1 prlnrd
H rK,11"1110 tt'"i "loetod my Mt hip by
H liUInK out of n thlnl story window six
H montliisKo. I went on crutchos for four
It-HI fnonthi, thtn I stArtnl to una somo of
. H Jouf Wnlmont, necording to your dlreo-
th UoD". nnl I mut siy that it is holplne
. mi "ondjrfully. I threw my crutches
y. Only uxl two bottles of jour
. lilt H unimrnt nnd now I sm wslklmc nulto
' B '."of UU ,c,n" en. I never wUl b with-
t tf ou' oloiw's IJnhuenL"
H All Dealer. 25c
BJ Send four cent in stamps for a
rBj TRIAL BOTTLE
fim Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc.
1) 0ent'D' Philadelphia, Pa.
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Si AV Pain
''"orc-nm'1 yU 'lo " you 1,ndn,t a
ShlnlnR bi-vond like n Mnr'
A hat would y0u do were It not lor
Tho brlKlithrsn, tho RHrotncsg, tho
Jy yf that ilrnim
vwilch bcikuns and KUldvs from afar?
GOOD THINQS FROM ITALY.
Spinach Is such a gt;od vegetable
that It should he served often in vnrl
DBjJr oils ways. Wash and
flBBS two pounds of spin
KbOTsBBJ a c h , d r a chop
EsT? YT1 flne and place In a
f-e" ja d aucepan with a
fi--;:--W tn.rtcr of a pound
. slminc- until well
nixed, adding salt to tastt. Remove
.rom tho heat, odd n pinch of nutmeg
a tablespoonful of grated cheeso and
two beaten eggs. Ilavo ready somo sea
soned broth of chicken or nnv Btock
or milk and water, pour boiling hot
Into the spinach. Let simmer together
for threo or four minutes, then reinova
uncovered to a hot oven. Serve with
Creamed Macaroni. Have a good
sized saucepan of boiling water well
salted, drop In threo fourths of a pound
of macaroni, an onion stuck with two
cloves and a tablespoonful of butter,
cook rapidly for 45 minutes, then drain,
removo tho onion and replaco thp
saucepan with a quarter of a cupful
each of Parmesan and Swiss cheese,
grated, a dash of popper and nutmeg
and a half pint of well seasoned broth,
nnd four tablospoonfuls of cream. Cook
flvo minutes, and servo beforo the
cheeso gets ropy.
Polenta. Into threo pints of fast
boiling water put a tablespoonful o
ollvo oil and a pinch of salt, sprinkle
in gradually ono pint of corn meal,
stir and cook until Binooth, then allow
to cook two hours or longer. Stir
occasionally, and cook In a double
holler; then thnro Is no fear of scorch
ing. Have ready some thickened gravy
and a half pint of strained thickened
tomato. Kill a baking dish with the
cooked muBh, gravy, and tomato, alter
natlng them In layers. Sprlnklo the
top layer with grated cheeso, placo fp
tho oven nnd cook until brown.
Ucnl struRKUnK Is Itself real llvlnff,
nnd no unnobltm; thliiK of this earth
Ih ever to bo had by man on any other
terms. James Initio Allen.
SOME BEST RECIPES.
Ueef tonguo Is an economical and
tasty meat to servo for any meal. Uuy
a fresh ono and soak
It over night in salt
water. As It Is so
carefully covered with
tho tough covering, tho
Ii.v t"i" " u,co ,8 not ,ost" Tncn
! yVA cook until tender In
' T(S' simmering salt water.
Tho broth may bo used
for u most appetizing soup by adding
rlco to It and the tonguo If sliced
olther hot or cold Is always a welcomo
titbit. Tho scraps which nro too
broken to ho used In slicing may ho
chopped and seasoned for sandwich
Goulash. This Is n famous dish,
Inexpensive nnd most nppetlzlng. Cut
two pounds of llnnk In smnll cuheB
ind put Into a lint bottomed saucepan
or kettlo. Season well with salt and
popper nnd covor with a layer of
sliced onion nnd potatoes until enough
Is used for tho family, alternating tho
meat and vegetables. Cover with sulll
clont cold wnter; when It comes to tho
simmering point cover with n pint of
tomatoes, cover nnd set back and sim
mer without stirring for two hours.
Potato Salad With Sardines. Doll
potatoes In their jackets and cut In
cubes. Tor a pint of potntoes allow
a sllco of onion, n half n small green
popper, threo sprigs of parsley nnd
three smnll pIclTles or olives, finely
minced Toss lightly together, sea
son with salt, red popper nnd threo
tnblespoonfuls of ollvo oil nnd n half
tablespoonful of vinegar Put Into
tho salad howl and when ready to
servo arrange cnrofully wiped sardines
In a circle over tho top with chopped
olives In tho center for n garnish.
Veal Grenadlns. Cut two slices
from a leg of venl, cut again In serv
ing sized pieces, simmer In simmering
water ten minutes, then drop In cold
water nnd lot stand hnlf nn hour. Cut
strips of salt pork two Inches long
and lnrd tho veal, dredge with Hour
and simmer In tho wnter in which It
was previously cooked, Melt nnd
brown n quarter of a cupful of buttdr,
add two tnhlespoonftils of finely
minced onion, fry flvo minutes, ndd a
quarter of a cupful of flour, stir until
smooth nnd add two ctipfuls of the
hot stock. Season with salt, pepper
ami catsup and Borve.
The "G" In "Gnat."
"Spolllng's a queer thing," Bald ono
boy. "What do they want with a
'g' In 'gnat?" ''It belongs there," re
piled tho othei. "It's whnt you say
when one stings j-ou. Tho only mis
tako Is not putting nu exclamation
point uftor It."
Where She Doesn't Understand,
Whenovor, says a Macon editor, n
fellow trios to bo ob nlco to his wlfo
as he was In tho good old days whoa
lie was courting her Bho at or.co bo
tins to wonder what'a tho matter with
Uio old fool.
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1 1 Considering Oddities in Fur Sets
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A LOT of odd shapes In muffs add
something to tho splco of llfo by
wny of variety thla season. An occa
sional complaint Is voiced regarding
too much "sameness" In gown models,
and ovon In millinery ono henrs that
there Is a lack of variety In shapes,
but in furs there Is no chanco for dis
content on this score
The most notlceablo of tho now
shapes Is tho melon muff. Then there
aro the barrol muffs, and In their class
tho plain, round muff, which has
shown that it can "como back." Among
tho oddest shapes Is a triangular mutt
with tho apex which happons to bo
tho bottom slashed Into four silk
lined points. Tho baso of tho trlnnglo.
tho top of tho muff, Is curved down
ward. The opening at each end Is
hound with contrasting fur.
Tho combination of two kinds of fur,
of fur nnd volvot or fur nnd plush, In
tho season's offerings Is worth con
sldoring. Tho dark, soft furs, such as
seal, broadtail, and others, make a
rich background for (Itch, skunk, er
mine, fox, etc. Volvot Bervcs tho samo
purpose and tho various plushes or
"fur cloths" aro considered quite hand
Bomo enough to bo decorated with the
richest of real Bklns.
A combination of Hudson seal and
mink Is shown In tho picture. In this
tho very amplo square, flat muff Is
gnthered up In plnlts at tho centor,
whero mink skins encircle It. Tho
narrow senrf Is of tho Beal with mink
skin decoration. Hudson deal, In
broader scarfs and plainer muffs, is
shown having fitch skins posed In
bands on It, and this combination has
proved very successful.
Tho voguo for monkey fur Is con
splcuous. Odd, close-flttlng collars
of tho long hnlr, and round muffs, aro
tho most pleasing models In this long,
silky fur. Collnrs aro high and some
times fastened with a metal roso.
Small, swagger waistcoats of velvet
support wide collare of tho Boft, long
haired furs, Ilka fox, and nro some
thing very new. Littlo vestecs of bril
liant broendo or cloth of gold or silver
aro set in theso waistcoats, and tho
combination of velvet, broende and
luxurious furs Is Irresistible Long,
soft muffs of velvet with ruflles nt
each end nro banded with a broad
band of fur at tho middle nnd nar
rower bands where tho ruflles aro
gathered In nt each end. These muffs
look generously warm, reaching up to
tho elbows when tho hands nro In.
Theso aro only a few of tho many
shapes nnd combinations to bo found
in fur sotst Hut thoy servo to show
that It Is nllownblo to "go as you
please" and as Ynr ns you llko In tho
selection of odd creations In neck
pieces and muffs.
Shoes for the Out-of-Doors !
SHORS for tho promenade In fair
weather and on paved walks aro
qulto different from those that must
meet sterner demands', llko tho tramp
on country roads, rain or shlno, or
tho dally walk to business. Now that
women demhnd so much In appear.
anco and lmvo grown so discrimi
nating ns tf stylo nnd fitness few
nhocs nro designed for all-round wear
There Is economy In having threo
palrn of shoes for anyone who Is
much out of doors. If ono of those Is
f Imply for dress the other two pnirs,
worn alternately or according to
venther conditions, mny bo kept In
perfect ropillr nnd will glvo better
servlco In this wny.
Just now tho most fashionable boot
for tho street has a cloth top in fnwn
color tan, or gray cloth with patent
colt vamp Sometimes tho heel Is
covered with cloth, but oftenor It Is
a smart Louis heel of leather. Tho
model shown hero Is laced up tho
front, wheto each sldo Is faced with a
nnrrow strip of leather. Tho stay at
tho hack Is trimmed In points nnd the
shoo Is exquisitely mndo. With tho
very short, narrow underskirts (now
so much worn with long tunics) this
shoo Is olegnnt nnd Is worn with nil
tho fiiBhlounblo dark colors In suits.
Thero aro similar Bhoes that button
nt tho sldo Instond of lnclug up tho
A nent, Inconspicuous and servlco
ablo shoo for dally wear Ib mndo of
flno, dull mnt kid with n wldo too
nnd Cuban hool of medium height.
It Is substiintlnlly put together and
Is very comfortable. It Is designed
for both stylo nnd service, nnd do
sorvos to bo described ns sonslblo.
Two pairs of this kind will prove a
Kor tho hardest wear tho second
pnli of shoes might bo llko those
shown In tho central figure. With
dull calf vamp and kid top, a slight
extension solo nnd low heel, ono can
defy weather and all sorts of roads
In this boot nnd cover good distances
unconscious of feet. It laces up tho
front, but similar models nro made to
Every ono should try to become In
formed about quality In shoes.
Thanks to tho excellence of American
manufacturers wo wear tho best
shaped and most stylish footwear In
tho world. Wo can have both stylo
and comfort and know whon wo arc
getting theso. Rut as to leather, most
buyers must toko tho word of tho sell
or, beeauBo ono cannot rely upon
one's own knowledge.
MAKES HANDY SPOOL RACK
Excellent Idea for Woman Who Hat
Much Sewing to Do and Little
Time to Do It.
Tako n smooth plno hoard nbov.t nr.
Inch thick and about nlnu or ten
Inches squnro, cover with cretonne,
plush, felt or nny desired mntorjn)
From tho under sldo of honrd drive
through wire nallB two and one-half
Inches In length and about two Inches
npnrt. Mako a holo with glmlot part
way through, as then board will be
less likely to split whon nails aro bo
Ing driven through. Placo spools on
nails, number sldo up. A thread cau
bo oaBlly cut from spool without re
moving It from rack and ono Is saved
tho bother of having one's thread In
If you wish to toko your work t
the plnzza or another room you havo
all tho different sizes, colors, silks,
hasting nifd darning cottons with you
In thlB rack.
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A young spark, notorious for his con
tclt, was boasting In tho presenco of
tovernl gentlemen nhout the conquests
which ho hnd gained over tho female
"Look," said ho, "hero's a handsome
present I hnd from my last Inamo
rata," at tho samo tlmo handing round
4 benutiful clgnr-caBO.
All admired tho article, which had
nn Indorsement of Its quality stamped
"Very nlco gift," romnrked ono of
tho company. "1 pcrcelvo your lady.
lovo oven had your namo put on the
"Well, that's queer," answered the
boaster. "I novcr noticed It."
"Look again," rejoined tjio candid
ono. "Tho case Is distinctly mnrked
It may bo ns dlfucult frr some rich
men to enter tho kingdom of heaven
ns it Is for them to keop out of Jail.
A Substitute River.
Ono of tho perplexing problems en
countered by coaches of tho various
"varsity" racing shell cruw- mat of
providing better means foi winter
training than Is offered by tho ordl
nnry rowing machlno, has been met
satisfactorily at Syracuso university
through tho installation of an Indoor
rowing tank, provided with mcchanl
cnl mentis for simulating tho passage
of tho boat through tho water. This
provides what might nlmpt be called
actual rowing, besides Keeping tho
men In condition. Popuh.r Mechanics
"Mr WllgiiB tried to kiss mo last
"How dared ho?"
"Ho didn't I dared him."
"I saw n great deal of tho war, sir,"
"In Louvnln or Helms I"
"In tho Illustrated papers, sir."
Our Early Chinese Trade. SH
Tho rapid growth of our early trad ifflfl
with China Is shown by tho fact that fmm
thu 37 vessels cnrrylng In 180S nearly H
flvo and threo-quarters millions' worth Bfl
of goods to Canton, represented a B
larger fraction of our total foreign , Bfl
commerce thnn our trndo with the BH
wholo of China does today. Tho sllvor IBJ
Imported to balauco American trad ftffl
with China averaged moro than two 'kBJ
nnd n half millions annually In tho 30' SB
years down to 1827, and reached ' kB
maximum of eoven and a halt mil- kBJ
lions In 1818. John Foord, in Youth' iJH
Torn own nitiicioisT wili.tkli. too wBJh
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Starting the Day Wrong. ' DBS
Thero was a gloom on tho faco of BHl
tho Now England farmer. WSmi
"What's tho matter, Elijah?" nskod i''B1
IiIb nearest nolghbor. "Flapjacks glr- - SBll
en out over to your houso?" InR'
"Worso'n Hint," said Elijah. "Ycm MB
know, 'twnsn't npple year, and wtfa !
says wo can't have any moro applo mW
plo for breakfast." SUM
"Can't you mako out If you havo Wm
apple plo noon and night?" '''ILiB
"I can, becauso I'vu got to," said 'jf'SSi
Klljnh, "but, I toll you, It upsets mo, I,'' WM
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Father's Ultimatum. ;f, Hm
"I think two can live as cheaply as K IrlflM
ono, sir." farS
"You can't edgo Into my family on Cab'
that theory, young mnn. I'm willing- if'fsi!?
to keep on supporting my daughter, ItdMR'
but you'll havo to pay board." lESlj
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