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shown here. tfjKfl Silk 50c.
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Holds your sock as
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George frost Co., makers, Boston
Also lepra of th« famous Velvet Grip
BOM Supporter foe women mid children
AGENTS $28 a Week
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aBBB f,-,.«> outfit of Guaranteed Hosiery for
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Workers. 3 7 88 Barney St.. Dayton. Ohio
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I fresh air and exercinet hut develop* t heir muscles.
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This department is a General Exchange of Ideas for our readers. Nearly
everyone hat worked out or happened upon a better way of doing something than
the usual way some new wrinkle. If you know any new wrinkle, give others the
advantage of it, and at the same time benefit yourself. Two dollar* will be paid
for each new wrinkle accepted. Address NEW WRINKLE BUREAU. Room 1263
Fifth Avenue Building, New York, N. Y.
Protect window plants from dust oc
casioned by swooping, by pinning a sheet
In the curtain rod or woodwork above
tlieiti, and stretching it over them. The
removal of dead leaves and cleaning of
the plant shelves should precede sweep
ing, Keep an ordinary Steel table folk
near potted plant*, and use if occasion
ally to loosen the earth; this is as neces
sary as it is to cultivate them when out
of doors. Before planting bulbs, learn
which require the crowns exposed, and
which need to be entirely covered; for
instance, the uinnrylis bulb will not grow
if entirely covered, and the calla lily bulb
needs covering. During the cold
weather, use lukewarm water daily; but
use it sparingly; plants bloom better if
not tOO wet. Once I week, add three or
four drops of ammonia 1o each quart of
water. If bothered by insects, steep five
cents' worth of tobacco in a gallon of
water and sponge the leaves with this so
lution, or dij) the smaller plants into it.
Two or three applications in I season
may be necessary. Twice during the
winter, water the plants with weak lime
water; sweeten the garden beds with
lime water early in the spring; it will
also help to make the ground porous.
When you are planning your window
plants for the winter, allow a space for a
pot of parsley and one of mint; they are
not unoinamental. and will prove a source
of joy. If your fern seems discouraged,
let the pot stand in a tub of hot (nearly
boiling) water for an hour —or until
the water cools. This almost drastic
treatment has saved ferns that were
thought to be dead. —E. 1). P., Colorado
Use a medium-sized, flat-bottomed iron
kettle with enamel lining, instead of the
usual roasting pan, and you will always
have a nice .juicy roast, no matter how
small the piece of meat may be. Keep
your kettle on a hot stove from one and
a half to two hours before roast is needed,
according to size. A four-pound roast
will be nicely done in two hours. When
the kettle is sizzling hot, place your meat
inside with a small piece of butter or
suet. Dredge each side with flour and salt
and pepper to taste. Keep turning the
roast over in the kettle until both sides are
thoroughly seared. This prevents the
juices of the meat from escaping. Then,
add a very little hot water. Cover tightly
— and for this purpose a plate which fits
down in the kettle is best — place in hot
oven until needed, adding a little more
hot water if it should boil dry H.,
The electric fan is so closely associated
with the heat of summer time that few
persons ever think of using their fans for
heating purposes. It is particularly use
ful in the morning in warming up a
room that is thoroughly cold from liberal
ventilation. Place the fan in front of the
I am Making a Special Factory
Price on 10,000 Firelcss Cookers
j» *<*.-, I have no dealers —I sell direct from factory to kitchen. B|
' \ I make this special inside price to introduce my Rapid jM
_H A into new neighborhoods. I want a Rapid on every §WM "JW
mm I leading street in the United States before 1913. /B*«Bo**?7JB*. ■* 'm
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Fireless Cooker $^$%TT~I
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fl EL steam, stew and fiy— better than old waj — wWjw&mmmmmAu
save 75% of your fuel bill and half your work. Kj^^^r^^s*^PHP*>
a. 100,000 Rapids now in use. ™wl| • 4*l aWialt V ; I
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steam or bot-wator radiator, and start it.
Within ;t remarkably abort tine, ;tll the
air in tin' room will have been circulated
through the coils of the- radiator, The
room will be Comfortable in only a siinill
part of the time required tot the radhv
tion alone, —.1. M. B,| Philadelphia, i'a.
If, us will sometimes happen, even in
tlu> "best regulated" kitchens, n boiled
custard curdles, do not give it up in
disgust and despair, hut pour the mixture
into B dish and beat ii hard with an
egg-beater. It "ill come smooth again,
as will also the housewife's milled temper
when she notes the result of this simple
treatment. Should the first beating, by
chance, prove ineffectual, a second has
never been known to fail.—L. C. T.,
Washington, D. C.
While visiting a friend in the South
recently, I was much struck by the pe
culiar delicious erispness that character
ized all her baking. She told me that
she learned this secret from a chef in
Xew Orleans: Before making the lire for
baking, air the oven thoroughly by open
ing lioth doors; then, after the fire burns
up brightly, close the oven and in a few
minutes it will be ready for use. The
"live" fresh air seems to have a bene
ficial effect on both the flavor and appear
ance of the breadstulfs. —W. G. 8., Cam
I had a hat trimmed with velvet ribbon
of a fine quality, and happening to be out
in a pouring rain it became matted when
dry. I took my curling iron, wound it
around with a wet rag, and ran it under
the bow's loops and ends, when the steam
from the hot iron dried it out as good
as new. Costly crepon veils may be reno
vated beautifully, if held over steam from
a wet cloth placed over a piping hot fiat
iron. They should never lie ironed. —
A. E. L., New Haven, Conn.
T must disagree most emphatically with
"B. 8., New Kensington, Pa.," in a re
cent issue. Evaporated milk —in fact,
any canned food — should not be kept in
the can any length of time after the lat
ter has been opened. Even the tiny hole
that she speaks of admits enough air to
do damage. Ptomaine poisoning is the
result, nine times out of ten, of milk, fish
or canned vegetables being used from the
can. —H. S., Winter Hill, Mass.
(We are glad to give the author of the
above paragraph a hearing. B. B.
assures us that she has never known
evaporated milk to cause ptomaine poison
ing, even after it has been exposed to the
air. The writer, also, has been in the
habit of using it from a can that has
been closed with waxed paper, without
suffering any ill effects; but may be he
has been lucky! We shall be pleased to
hear from other readers on the sub
ject.—Editor, The New Wrinkles De
3 Years to Pay
for the sweet-toned
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terms of sale:
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No cash payment down. No Interest
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Sold direct from the maker to you
at a guaranteed saving of .$lOO. No
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Sond now for our boautlf ul FREE CATALOG
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Our resources exceed $4,000,000. We sell
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Dopt. 87-N CHICAGO. ILL.
New Prescription That Quickly Removes
These Homely Spojs
There's no lonyer the slightest need of feeling
ashamed of your freckles, as this new prescription,
othine—double strength—that has been discovered
by an eminent skin specialist, will remove these
Simply yet one ounce of othine-double strength—
from any first class druggist and apply a little of it
at night and in the morning you will see that even
the worst have begun to disappear, while the light
freckles have vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than an ounce is needed to completely clear
the skin and gain a beautiful, clear complexion.
Re sure to ask for the double strength othine. as
this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails
to remove the freckles.
Don't Wear a Truss
Llla ■ froiu the truss, beluj medicine sppll
■ KssaJßs^S 5 made self adhesive purposely
B hold the parts securely la place.
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Don't experiment—use what thousands of others
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sample and comb sent for five So stamps to cover
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Tobacco Habit Banished
DR. ELDER'S TOBACCO BOON BANISHES all forms
of Tobacco Habit In 78 to 180 hours. A positive and
quick relief. A home treatment easy to take. Hundreds
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