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THING THAT IS IMPORTANT
Proper Celer KfTeei Must le Kepi In
Ml ml When uylnf Flawtf HW
ers far th Heu.
In buying vases, pitchers, bowls,
anything that may bo used as flower
holders, remember tho color offoct
Chooso neutral tones, unless you cop
afford to havo a number of jardinieres.
BOft, gray, dull green, a wood brown
or a deep cream will novor clash with
For occasional uso a deep orange la
good, with many color schemes, and
with zinnias, marigolds, golden glow
and other deep-tlntod yellow flowers
a highly glazed bowl of dark Prussian
blue makes a good contrast.
Flowers rarely look well in an iri
descent vaso, however handsome. The
coloring detracts from tho colorings
of tho flowers and both aro weakened.
For this reason tho cut glass, rock
crystal or oven tho plain glass vaso
Is proferablo to ono of colored glass,
even though it bo green.
The brass jardlnlero of Oriental
hammered brass, finger bowl or vaso
looks well with many deep-toned flow
ers, cither in harmonizing yellow and
brown tones or In vivid blues and red.
Larkspur and Bwcot Williams look
their best In a brass vaso and also In
a bowl of orango crockery.
EXCELLENT FOR FISH COURSE
With Lobster Meat as tho Foundation
Hostess May Serve Preparation
That Is Delicious.
For a dainty Uttlo fish courso, take
two cups of lobster meat and chop
vory fine, then force it through a
sieve. Add two tablespoons of fine
bread crumbs, four tablespoonfuls of
double, cream, one-half cup of milk and
the beaten yolks of two eggs; Boason
with salt, a little paprika, and one
tablespoon of lemon juice, and blend
thoroughly, then fold In tho stiffly
beaten whites of eggs. Fill small
green pepper shells, that havo first
been parboiled In salted water, with
the mixture; place in a baking pan
and partly surround tho top with but
tered paper, and bako In a moderate
oven for 20 minutes, says an ex
change. Rub tho lobster coral
through a sieve and sprlnklo over the
top of each tlmbale; garnish with
parsley and servo with a rich cream
sauce. , , u '4jf"2
Take somo cold cooked fish, had
dock will do, free It from skin and
bono and flake It Place a layer of
this In a dish and sprinkle It over
with minced gherkins and a few
bruised capers, arrange on this a layer
of sliced German sausage- and arrange,
on the top of the pile, sardines freed
from skin and bone and split ki
halves. Cut somo lettuce hearts into
quarters, place round tho dish with
hard boiled eggs, also cut Into quar
ters. Then pour over the following
sauce: Take the flesh of three sar
dines anrl rub to a smooth paste with
tho yolk of two hard boiled eggs, a
pinch of cayenne, a grato of nutmeg,
and two tablespoonfuls each of olive
oil and vinegar. Beat tho sauce wel'
before adding It to tho salad.
Heat one quart of milk into which
two largo sliced onions havo been
placed. Boll this for several minutes
In a double boiler, then take out the
onions. Cream ono tablespoonful of
butter and one tablespoonful of flour
and add to tho above. Cook until' It
thickens. Add ono pint of cold boiled
potatoes cut into slices and ono table
spoonful of minced parsley. Season
with salt and pepper, and soon as the
mixture, thickens and is heated
through, turn Into buttered crumbf
and brown in tho oven.
Bean Pot Roast.
Talco ono pound of beef, a cheap cut
1b just as good if It is free from
veins. Cut in pieces about an Inch
Bquaro. Put in all tho fat, too. Put
In bean pots, just cover with water
and put in tho ovon. As water bolls
away, add a little more. Lot cook
four or flvo hours. Whon about half
dono add a Uttlo salt. When ready
to serve take from oven and put It In
tlia spider. TJilckon with a little flour
mixed with watar. The gravy Is a
One cun olthor lima, yollow-eved ot
pea beans, which havo been soaked
over night, praln. Simmer all tho
morning in enough water to covor to
which add salt, pppper and a ploco of
salt pork two Inches Equaro. Half
an hour before serving add ono -can
corn and water enough to koop from
burning. Add one pint hot milk, bring
to a boll and servo at onco. Serve
this somo cold day with hot rolls o; '
Poor Mans Stew.
Lino bottom ot baking dish with
vory thin sllcos of salt pork, then a
layer of sliced potatoes (thin layer),
a layor of onions, salt and popper,
then a layor of split crackers. Put
ia anothqr layor of potatoos, onions
and crackers. Covor with milk and
bako like oscalloped, potatoes. You
probably will havo to add moro milk
ns crackers talco up a lot.
Boll ono cupful codfish with four
good'Slzad potatoes; when dono mash
potatoos and fish together, add good
sized ploco of. butter, a lit 1 1 o peppor
and one egg beaten; roll In a tittle
flour to form balls and place In fry
ing pan; fry brown on ono sldo In
butter, turn and brown on the other
Slit Was Smothering.
Roekford, Ala. Mrs. M. C Fas
chl, of this place, says: "I was
taken with nervous prostration, and
had headache, backache, pains in my
right side, and pmothertag spelld. I
called in physicians to treat my case,
but without relief. Finally, 1 tried
Cardul, and it Rave perfect satisfac
tion. I recommend, it to every sick
woman." Are you weak, tired.
workout? Do you suffer from any
of the pains peculiar to weak wo
men? Cardul has a record of over
fifty yearalh relieving such troubles.
and will certainly benefit you. It
prevents those frequent headaches,
and keeps you up, out of bed, feel-
inpr happy. Try Cardul.
Fatal Street. Duel.
In n Nashville street Capt. T. R.
Taggart, steamboat owner, and T.
R. Westbrook, Dupty Sheriff, fought
with pistols. Westbrook i3 dead and
Taggart is mortally wounded.
Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more-you scratch, the
worse the itch. Try Doan'a Oint
ment. For eczema, any skin itch
ing. EOc a box.
To Resume Fighting.
Owing to the dissembling of the
Turks, the Balkan Allies have decid
ed to resume war within a week and
Europe will witness the horrors of b
Six million packages were handled
by parcel post during the first seven
days of the operation of the new
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia and constipation, weakens
the whole system. Doan's Regulets
(25c per box) act mildly on the liver
and bowels. At all drug stores.
Forty thousand shirtwaist makers
went on strike in New York yester
For baby's croup, Willie's dail
.cuts and bruises, mamma's sore
'throat, Grandma's lameness. Dr
Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household
remedy. 25c and 50c.
L " Expectant.
' A man slightly under tho Influenco
of liquor strolled Into tho art gallery,
wandored about aimlessly for a while
and stationed himself in front of a
painting of several mermaids half sub
merged In water. Ho regarded this
picture Intently for perhaps a half
hour. Then ho walked over to an at
tendant and said: "Shay, olo fellow,
what time doesh tide go out, any
way?" To feel strong, have good appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and en
joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters,
tho fumily system tonic. Pricp,
Accentuating Plant Characters.
It has been .found that under red
light (light through red glass) plants
becomo more robust than in any oth
er. Thoy also becomo more pro
nounced In tholr chief characters tho
leafy plant becomes more leafy, all
shades of greon become rnoro pro
nounced, tho sonsltlvo plant moro
sensltlvo and all In every way becomo
DR. FEIRSra, 'Dentist
Office Over j
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SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Do you realize tho fact that thousands of
women are now using
A Soluble Antiseptic Powder
as a remedy for mucous membrane af
fections, such as sore throat, nasal or
pelvic catarrh, inflammntion or ulcera
tion, caused by female Ills? Women who
have beon cured say "it is worth its
weight In gold. ' ' Dissolve in wuter and
apply locally. For ten years tho Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recom
monded Paxtina in their private cor
respondence with women.
For ull hygienic and toilet U3os it has
no equal. Only 60c. a large box at Drug-
gl?ta or sent postpaid Jn receipt of price. 1
END f0F WONDERFUL GUN
D4 Its Duty to ths Finish But th
Strain Wat More Than It
Could Bear and Survive,
Not long ago aa ex-governor ol
Michigan, a Clovoland capitalist, and
soveral friendB wero in tho big
woods near Turtlo Lake, guided by
Sam Sampson, a famous hunter and
trapper. Samo possesses a gun with
a barrol flvo feot long, but on!0, ac
cording to his story, ho had a Htlll
"It was a wonderful gun," ho eald
to tho ex-governor. "I could kill a
b'ar as fur off as I could seo 'Im, an'
that gun was as knowing as a rnan.
If It hadn't been fur that, It would
never ha busted 1"
"How did you break It?" asked ono
of tho hunters.
"I strained it f death," said tho old
guldo soberly. "I waB out hunting
ono day when I seen a buck and seven
docs a-standln' closo onto mo. I
pulled up old Beetle that's what I
called th gun and was Jest goln' t'
let go when I heard an awful funny
nolso over my head.
"I looked up 'n' thero was moro'n
ten million wild geeso a'sallln over
me. Thero I was In a prodlcament.
I wanted th' gee3o n' I wanted tho
"At last I aimed at th' geeso an' let
sliver. Bootlo must ha' knowed I
wanted both, fur that was th end of
tho old gun. Tho strain on her was
too much, an' both barrels busted.
"Th' shot In ono of 'em killed tho
buck, th' shot In th' other killed ten
geeso, and when Beetle died sho
kicked so hard I was knocked Into a
crick. But when I como out my
bootlegs was full o fish. I ain't never
seen another seen gun as Beetle."
NOTED SONS OF MINISTERS
On Every Lino They Havo Been Wldo-
ly Known In Public Llfo In
It Is probable that ministers' sons
have exerted more influenco In the
United States than in any other coun
try. Among teachers, lawyers, doc
tors, scientists, men of business and
in the church thero are a great host
who havo been tho sons of ministers.
Of the more notable men in our his
tory who wero eons 6f mlnlsiers 'w
find in political life Cleveland, Clay,
feuchanan, Arthur, Quay, Morton, Bev
erldse, Hughes and Dolllver; among
Jurists, Field and Brewer; among eda
cators, Woodrow Wilson, Faunce,
James, Carroll, Lunsbury; in history
and literature, Sloan, Parkman, Ban
croft, Holmes, Emerson, Henry James,
Lowell, Glider, Van Dyke; in lnven
tlon and sclenco, Cyrus W. Field, Sam
uel F. Morse and Agasslz; In tho
church, Beccher, Alexander, Hodge,
Abbott, Potter, Jonathan Edwards; In
In tho Hall of Famo 51 famous
Americans aro honored. Of these 51
ten aro the children of ministers
Agasslz, Beecher, Harriet Beccher
Stowe, Henry Clay, Jonathan Edwards,
Emerson, Lowell, Morse, Bancroft and
Holmes. Popular Science Monthly.
Clay Work for the Children.
When It Is raining or snowing somo
Saturday morning and tho children
can't go out, nothing will stop tho riot
so quickly as a bunch of clay for mod
cling, tho Kansas Industrialist ob
serves. It Is much Hko mud pies, but
cleaner, and the chlldron will leave a
box of chocolates to get at It. A Uttlo
practice will soon onablo them to
make many thlnfes.
Tho best clay can bo procured In
tho form of a white powder, costing
from 'two to four cents a pound. Tho
rough clay, directly from tho works,
can bo bought by tho barrol at two
conts or a Uttlo less a pound. It is
best to lot tho matorlal remain as pow
der until ono or two days boforo using.
Thon pour water over as much as it is
doslrod to use. Stir it occasionally. A
small portion may be kept ready for
uso If watched to prevent drying.
A specially prepared oiled clay can
be bought for 35 conts a pound. It
comos In colors and is always ready
Paint Pot Banished From Japan.
Tho paint pot Is practically banished
from Japan. That is tho first thing
you notlco as you approach ths coast;
for tho first adventurous fishing boat
you pass Is built. It would seem, of
about half a dozon broad, unpalntod
deal planks. So with tho sampans
that cluster round your ship ns soon
as tho anchor is dropped; thoy aro all
naturo-colored, undecorated, and unde
faced by a slnglo lick of tho paint
brush. So with tho housos ot tho
first Japanoso street you enter, they
aro woathercd to tho sllvor-gray of un-
painted pine. Such color ns thero Is
procoods from tho Innumerable strips
of calico, lnscribod with hugo hiero
glyphics, which flap psrpondicularly
or horizontally boforo every house,
Cattle Ato Up tho Washing.
John Corr at Nowton Butlor sued
Frank Boggan for ton dollars damages
for tho alleged doBtruction of somo
clothing. Tho defendant's cattlo had
a tromondous nppatltd, said M. E.
Knight, Uia plaintiff's attornoy. Ono
day the plaintiff had a washing out
and theo cattlo mado a meal ot it.
In his ovldanco the plaintiff said
tho washing had beon loft bleaching
on tho hedge. When he saw tho cows
dining off somo eheotfl bo pulled tho
remains out of tholr mouths. Thoy
had completely oaten a pair of trous
ers, a blouse and avme other plecwr.
MORAL NOT HARD TO Flf
Probably We All Have Known PipK
to Whom This Chronicle Will
Thero waa a largo ThomaB cat th4
had Its habitation In a otoro. It wM'
reported to b6 a flno blooded anlrne
from a family of distinguished rat 69
stroyers. Tho cat was a beauty aaq
everybody round tho storo took a turn.
at furnishing grub suited to tho tastej
of n blooded cat
It was observed, however, that thor
was no reduction of tho rat or mloer
population, nnd tho proprietor of tli
storo commoncod to lnqulro Into tb
reason why. Ho first tried tho cat oe
a rat that had been caught in a tra
hut tho fellno expressed no Interest o
animation. Ho looked at tho rnt cne
then walked away. Tho storekeeper
was disappointed, but n6t entirely dl
couraged. Ho thought perhaps thas
cat's specialty was mice, and as M
had a mouso or two that had boew
nnncht nllvn In n tran. ho turned thens
looso In front of the cat, but it paldt
no moro attention to tnom tnan Wf
sheep would to a raro dono boofstcalL
"I tnlnk.' aaia tno BioreKeepciii
'that I am onto this situation. I
firo tho next omnloyo who gives
cat nnvthlne to eat" For two days
Thomas cat did a good deal of howl
and woro a look of Injured lnnocon
Ho felt that ho had been wronged on
wns ready to start an Insurrection, ba
na trint rtMn'r. flpftm to cot him MM
whoro, ho turned looso on tho rats onj
mice in a way that waB surprising.
Tho second day after this change bl
program tho rats held a convention fa
consider what ought to bo don
When tho leading orator among tOJ
rats arose, ho said: "Fellow rats, this
is no tlmo for talk. What wo want !
do is to move. That cat hasn't arsrj
moro natural ability than ho had bo
foro, but he has concluded that ha
either has to hustle or starve, anoVJj
havo discovered that when a cat gew
In that framo or mma nis neigaogi
hood Is no place for rats."
Many men and women, as well aa
cats, havo never amounted to a whoon
Just because they never had to hustlov
Topeka Capital. . l
UNFITTED FOR HUMAN F00P
Especial Care Should Be Exercised n,
the Use of Either Frozen or
IW v,t Dried Eggs.
Frozen and dried eggs Intended, for,
human consumption are largely UBed
for cooking purposes where Inferior
ity may bo concealed, as in baking
cakes or making custards, omelets,
pies, etc. Tho traffic In eggs sold for
drying and freezing has greatly in
creased In tho past few years. Strict
ly fresh marketable eggs In tho shell
command a high price and thero Is
difficulty In meeting the demand for
them; but largo quantities of question
able eggs, often bought at vory low
prices, havo been brought out Jpr
cooking purposes by dlsreputablo
firms, being preserved by freezing or
drying until ready for use. Soma
dealers, however, manufacture a sat
Isfactory product by the uso of good
eggs handled under proper condU,
tlons. - !
There is nonobjection to drying or
freezing good eggs under proper san
itary conditions; In fact, thero aro
some advantages to be gained by pre
serving eggs in this manner, although
tho manufacturing processes devised
by man, as a rule, do not Improve tho
quality of nature's work. Conditions
of modern llfo and commerce must
however, be met, and dried eggs or
eggs In a frozen condition may bo
shipped long distances, and require
less space for transportation and stor
age than do eggs in the shell.
London's Kissing Spots.
"Tho period of engagement was to
them a porlod of licensed kissing. It
was not always possible to meet be
neath tho moon. Humphrey grow
whero thoy could kiss In broad day
light. Thoro was an Indian restau
rant in tho Strand (now pulled down
for Improvement), which had an up-
Btalrs dining room whero nobody but
themselves ovor seemed to go, and
thon there wns the National Gallery,
surprisingly empty, where tho screens
holding tho etchings gave them tlirlr
desired privacy, and on Saturday aft
ernoon they went In tho upper circles
of theaters, sometimes on purpoc Lot
to see the play, but to sit In tlr de
serted lounges during the acting and
enjoy each other's company"
"Mightier Than tho Sword," by Al-
Un In tha Alp Sum.
A few days ago a Columbus (Ind.)
man brought his throo-and-a-half j car
old son to this city. The father had
beon explaining to tho son that In
dianapolis has somo tall buildings
and nothing in Columbus compared
wltli them. Thoy passed tho Knights
of Pythias building on a street car.
Tho father pointed to tho building.
Ths boy lookod, turned to his father,
"Bellevo mo, kiddo, that's up in tha
air somo." Indianapolis News.
Got tho Word Wanted.
Tom Moor composed slowly, and
considered ten linos a bbj day's work.
Sometimes ho would struggle for days
or weeks together to get a lino Just
right Ono day ho and Washington
lrvlug woro riding In a cab In Paris.
Tho vohlole jolted ovor a rock and
nearly threw the passengers ngalrat
the roof. "I've got Itl" orled V o,
exultantly. "Cot what?" ski-j L, 5,
"A word I'vo lv utwrfi-j ar.t:.ht
T'. c.i'i jo", i 1' out of up '