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itlirr u C(iiiinHtrl Nor u Dinicult
Clc.'iiil::;: ctnTulii Is uot so foniihl
n'.)h' n tai-l;, nnd It I) FOKiet lines IK'Ccs
Miry when t ho curtains me too imuli
v.'oni to bo outrus'.ctl to the ovor-do-vclopod
iinisoh'8 of tlio jirofopsloiial.
Take Minliv.s curtains, say, that lnve
liocii wot l'J' the rain nnd baked by the
isuii till they r.ro brittle. Of course,
they'll tiot be equal t any very se
vere treatment; yet by rare it Is quite
possible to have thein clean without
rv.!:i!ii. then). The same rules wil!
be found to hold ood for most other
cir.J;i!iis that one would wash at nil.
DV'ST OUT riKST.
First of all. ns much of the dust n
ros.'lble must be removed. A goad
shr.Uin,'; i;? the llvst inovp In this direc
tion. If this docs not remove all the
dut the rest must be routed by means
of a whisk broom, or n fine, soft
brush, nccordiu? to the texture and
remaining strength of the curtain.
To prepare the washing water, boil
four ounces of soap In n quart of
water until It becomes n jelly. Have
ready two tubs full of hot water, and
to these add the boiled soap. A hand
ful of bran In each tub will prevent the
colors from running.
Do not rub the curtains unless they
are new nnd very tough; even then it
Is far from Improving their appear
nnoe. Sash curtains (gathered care
fully iu the hand, at first one end nnd
then the other) may be carried up and
down, allowing the Buds to run freely
through. Then squeeze them gently,
time nnd again, until they are clean
as possible. Then squeeze out the
water and put them In the clean tub of
water, nnd go through the same pro
cess. Long curtains must, of ourse, be
doubled, nnd, perhaps, doubled ngaln,
in order to be manageable to the av
The rinsing is important, and there
must be enough waters to remove
every bit of soapy water. The handling
is the same as In the washing, only
there's less of the squeezing and more
of the carrying up and down. As for
putting blueing in the last rinsing
water, that is a question. Some women
are addicted to blueing. Tbey will
blue! It may be all right in dead
white curtains, but it ruins the beauty
of those in cream, ecru and the warmer
. THE DRYING.
Quite as important as any other de
tail is the, drying. While it may be
much the best to dry either In frames
or pin out on the floor, a careful
worker may put them on a tightly
stretched clothes line. Care must be
taken to pull them gently into proper
squareness as they begin to dry.
Marmalade Ice Orange marmalade
may be used for an iee. Mix four cup
fuls of the marmalade with a quart
of boiled custard, a tablespoonful of
currant Jelly, the juice of a lemon and
Sorrel For Salad At a farmhouse
table recently a delicious salad of
shredded cabbage was sprinkled with
the common sorrel, which grows wild
in the fields. The delicate tartness of
the sorrel rrr.ve a delightfully piquant
quality to the salad.
Coffee Cake One cup sugar, one egg,
half cup of butter. Beat well. Add
one-fourth of a nutmeg, one teaspoon
ful each of cloves and cinnamon, two
teaspoonfuls baking powder in two
and one-half cups of flour; one coffee
cup of strong coffee, one cup chopped
raisins. Bake an hour in moderate
Puddings A cheap and delicious rice
pudding is made by boiling three
, fourths of a cup of rice in a quart
of milk, using a double boiler or using
a pail set in kettle of boiling water.
Boil two hours. Remove from fire,
stir in yolks of two eggs, three table
spoonfuls of sugar, a pinch of salt, one
teaspoonful of vanilla. Beat the whites
of the eggs very stiff. Add two table
spoonfuls of sugar and one teaspoonful
of lemon extract. Spread over the pud
ding in a pudding di?h. Brown in the
oven. Serve ice cold.
Eggs In Green Pepper Blanch six
green peppers (having removed the
stems and seeds) by dipping in boiling
water for three minutes, and then in
ice water until crisp. Half fill each
with a rich cream sauce, cover the
f.iuce with a tablespoonful of buttered
era nibs aud place in a quick oven
ft twenty minutes, basting often with
butter and Avater; then drop an egg
into each cn? and return to the oven
until the eggs are "set." Dust each
?Z w'tu a' quarter saltspoonful of
tall flfld daslApf pepper.
" For two yean I sufTrrcd ter-
ribly from dyspepsia, with rreat
depression, nj was always feeling
poorly, i then tried Ayer s harsa
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man." Jonn mcuonaia.
Don't forget that it's
that will make you strong
i and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying seme other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. SI.CS bollls. All 4runUU.
AUT0M00ILC3 IN THE DESERT.
Ailf your doctor whit. he tlilrkt of Ayer'i
Prarmrlll. 11a know nil iiliuut tmt urand
old family rndfine. Follow lit ftdvlcs aud
we wlti US laiini'ii.
J. U. AVER lO,, I.OWCU, JtlMI.
Dizzy? Headache? Pain
back of your eyes? It's your
liver! use Ayer's Pills.
Want your moustache or beard a
beautiful brown or rich black? Use
50ctj.of druggitUorR. P. Hill jc Co., Naihut.N.H
I was troubled with torpid liver
for many years and was subject to
dreadful headaches, which confined
me to my bed once n week. A friend
recommended Hlpaas Tabules. I
did not have much faith, but he per
suaded me to try them, nnd iuside
of three weeks I was a cured
woman. On account of my nge 1
hardly thought It possible to effect a
cure, as I had been subject to those
awful heaCaches since I was a lit
The Five-Cent packet is enough for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,
60 cents, contains a supply tor a vra
Will Develop the Soudan Quick-
er Than Anything Elte.
Fir Rudolf Klatin, on Ms wny from
Cairo to Iondon rocontly, jmasol
through Vienna, nnd was there inter
vlewu. on the '"ohih-cIs in the fcnm
ili'n. What he said h commented on
at ler.Rth by the reml offic ial Austrian
orsnn, partlmhirly the inrt of the hi
torview dealing with the Introduction
of motor ciirK, nnd Austrian manufar
tut era are uryid to Bond aK nta to
Cnlro. Sir Rudolf said In imrt:
"Kveeptlnt? for oo-ulonnl trifling In
ternal disturbance)?, wn;eh aro in no
sonsa directed against the Govern
ment, the Cotidan Is In a perfectly
poacoful con-'HIon, with nothing to
hinder itf nurlcultnral and commercial
dovelc pn.ont. The two most pressing
necessities nro nn extension of the
means of communication and a sys
tern of irrigation.
Yasta tracts of fertile country nnd
mineral lands are now comparatively
vnliielcss because no facilities exist
for bringing the products to a market.
I believe that tin Introduction of au
tomobiles would prove highly benefi
cial. Many parts of the country are
already perfectly adapted to such traf
fic, and where it Is necessary roads
could be made without great expense.
"Automobiles strongly built, and
capable of carrying goods in fairly
large quantities, would afford an ex
cellent substitute for the railways at
i iractlon of cost of the latter. Ma
chines with a high rate of 6peed would
not be required strength and capa
city being the chief essentials.
"With regard to Irrigation, several
?ngincers are now studying the situa
tion. Apparently there is plenty of
water available, hence Irrigation
works might easily be constructed ex
tensively and successfully. Personal
ly I strongly favor the development
jf the country on agricultural lines
rather than in the direction of mining.
'The soil of the Soudan is exceed
ingly rich, capable of producing al
most anything. Cotton of an excel
lent medium grade is now being
grown, and there 13 no reason why
Lhe Soudan should not furnish large
juantities for foreign markets.
Wheat and barley of the highest qual
ity grow freely, in addition to such
products as indigo and rubber."
Equal to the Occasion.
PokingLon How was the De
Pokington Bang up affair!
were a lot of queer-looking
forks by my plate, but I didn't show
any ignorance; just used my knife.
THE PLAIN VOMAH
becomes a popular one if
the Is correctly d reived.
ADD CRACK TO THE FIGURE.
A sic your dealer for them.
- If he loes not keep them,
he will order for you.
Royal Worcester Corset Co.
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'iA V'-' ! PF .I'ASi .i C
(St- i l' i
Wife I think these new women who
affect masculine attire are ridiculous.
Husband I'm sure there's no dan
ger of you wearing men's clothes.
Wife Well, I should say not.
Husband No, men's clothes couldn't
possibly be made expensive enough
to suit you.
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PROSTRATIOfl V M V1
is y ji u a uitzm vil a int
(I'e-ru-nah 1 lie only Sjntcmle Catarrh K I jr Known In the Medical l'rof" I!i.)
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MRS. IDA L.GREGORY h$$J&k
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Mrs. Ida L. Gregory, Pres:dent of the?
roets' and Authors' blub of tolo
rado, President of Colorado Art Club,
Director of School o! Industry and;
Design, Vice-President of Sherman!
Art League, Is One of the Leading:
Hub Women of Colorado.
In n recent letter from 2 Grant ave-J
nue, Denver, Lolo., this prominent lady
"S me year aao mi husband st-
fered from, nervous prostration and J
advising u(th a friendly drvnglnf
he brought home a bottle of l'eruna. I
Ilia health ira restored from lis nse,
hi appetite was Increased and rest- I
ful sleep came to him. 1 therefore
heartily endorse l'eruna as an hon-
est remedy worlhu the good things
which are sild of it." Ida L. Greg I
Nervous piostratlon is so frequently
associated with systemic catarrh that
some doctors do not distinguish be
tween the two. In systemic catarrh
the disease has pervaded the whole
system and there is a constant loss of
vital fluids from the mucous mem
branes. A great many people are doctoring
for nervous prostration who would be
immediately cured by a course of Te
runa. l'eruna makes clean, healthy
mucous membranes. By this preser
vation of the fluids the weakening
drain of their discharge is prevented.
The medical profession is just begin
ning to awaken to the fact that chronic
catarrh, especially systemic catarrh,
will soon produce a condition ho near
ly resembling nervous prostration that
it Is very dillicult to tell one from the
Peruua cures these cases without
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of l'e
runa, write at once to Dr. Ilartman,
giving a full statement of your ca;:e,
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
Thellartman Sanitarium. Columbus. O.
tit 1 ii 0 d in m nnmi
nmmy es uuniudiiv,
41 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
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if they expected to marry in the fall."
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