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"Even in my memory girls never
allowed to enter restaurants
without a male escort of their own
family or a maid, noi* did one dream
of the theater unless similarly guard
ed on boats and trains the watch
ful elder woman was never absent.
And still, In Latin: countries, school
girls are accompanied to and fro with
"But our young, women go their
enormously varied and constantly in
creasing ways in casual Jreedom and
solitude," writes Kathleen- N'orrJs in
McCall's. "Only a few weeks ago I
noticed, in the colossal dining room
of a big department store that the
bills of fare wore actually planned to
please the delicate sex.
"Everywhere the world is changing
to meet her, as she changes to meet
the world, and as It would be pal*
pably absurd to have her traveling
downtown in the public cars, earning
her living in some big office, lunching
alone amid.a.thousand men and then
requiring the services of a chaperon
for any other occasionshe is begin
ning to dispense with the chaperon
altogether^ The present state of af
fairs would not shock (he retiring
guardian of maidenly modesty and
morals, because she would be simply
and utterly unable to grasp it."
Many a man has died without a
fclruggle who found it impossible to
live that way.
The wife of a shiftless man aiways
has an excuse for him. He means
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. HVM YORK CITY.
Spohn's Distemper Compound
at the first sign of sickness. -Better gun. give it as a Preventive
before he shows signs of sickness. "SPOHN'S" acts equa ly well
as preventive or cure.. By reason of its germicidal qualities,.It
hastens recovery by expelling the disease jEerms. abating fever
and restoring the appetite. 0 cent, and S1.20 per bottles*
COMPANY GOSHEN, INDIANA
GIRL OF TODAY INDEPENDENT BARBERS' NAMES ON MIRROR
Modern Young Woman Has No Need
of Chaperon, Says Kathleen
Norris, the. Novelist.
New York Proprietor Thinks Patrons
Should Know Who Is Operating
There's satisfying comfort and cheer in a
breakfast cup of Postum, and there's no disturb
ing element to irritate nerves or digestion and
leave mental energy lagging before the day is
Thousands of former coffee users have found
that Postum meets every demand for a delicious
table beverage and brings steadier nerves,clearer
As many cups jas you like with any mealJ
Dostum comes in two forms: Instant Postam (In tins)
made instantly in the cup by th*'addition of *^wmter.
Postum Csresl (in j*ck*g of larger J*^"tbossvwho
prefer to make the drink whfls the meal is being prepared)
inade by boiling for 20 ininotss.^-^
"There's a Reason" forlPostum
Sold by all grocers
The proprietor of a barber shop In
New York believes It is & good thing
,for his'Business to have his patrons
call each barber by name. To this
end "he has had one of his 15 em
ployees who is handy at lettering
scroll the first name of each barber
in soap on the mirrorinfront of
When a patron enters he sees a
row of names"Tom," "Adam," "An-
thony," "Rob," "James,"on either
sideof the mirrored shop. Below
each name i:s an arrow and a num
"it's like branding cattle," onecrumbs
barber remarked. "I am Sid and each
morning I back into stall No. 2. The
boss Insists it Is a good idea. Makes
the shop more homelike, he says."
NeV York Sun.
.The Ruling Passion.
A-,nuinber of darkies were unload
ing a boat with a cargo of anvils, for
which they received 2 cents for each
apvll carried ashore.
JoseCap'n, if I carry two anvils
at !a time, how much do I git?
CaptainTwd cents each, boy.
As Jose started down the plank, it
broke and he fell into the' river with
the, two heavy anvils.- When he came
to the surface he cried: "Captain, If
you-tfU don't throw toe a rope I'se
gwin' t' drop these here anvils on'
lose mah o* cents '."Judge.
When a man owns but one suit of
clothes he is in a position to laugh at
the festive moth.
Education is compulsory In Sweden,
is the start of
a better day
aj^JtSsfewt ^^a^^i^"Cw.iste^a? 4v~ fr*sL~- _^^M^aLc^ j^aa
Copyright. 1921, Western Newspaper Union.
It is not so much what you say,
As the manner in which you say it:
It is not so much the language you
As the form by which you convey it.
GOOD THINGS FOR THE FAMILY.
A most delicious raisin pie which
will taste different is made by using
one-half cupful of
grape juice, one
cupful of raisins,
of lemon juice
and one table-
spoonful each of'
butter and flour,
well mixed to
gether. Chop the raisins and cook all
together with one-half cupful of sugar
and a well beaten egg. Serve in a
"baked shell with a meringue or wjth
whipped cream for a finish.
Cranberry Conserve. Cook one
quart of cranberries in barely enough
water to cover when cooked add an
equal measure of sugar, the pulp of
three oranges, one cupful of- raisins
and the grated peel of an orange. Sim
mer until thick, then pour into glasses,
or if to be used at once, into a mold.
Beet Salad.Take cooked chopped
beets, to two cupfuls add one finely
minced green pepper and one chopped
onion. Mix with French dressing and
serve on lettuce.
Beet Relish.To one quart of
chopped cooked beets add one quart
of chopped cabbage, one cupful of
chopped celery, two cupfuls of sugar,
one tablespoonful of salt, one tea
spoonful of pepper, one-half teaspoon
ful of cayenne, one cupful of fresh
grated horseradish and vinegar to
make it of the consistency to use as a
sauce. Can cold. This will keep all
winter and is very well liked.
Baked Cranberries.Choose a wide,
flat earthen dish large enough to allow
a yint of berries to lie on the bottom.
Pour over them a sirup made with two
cupfuls of sugar and a cupful of water.
Place in a slow oven and ba*.3 until
the berries are- done.
Chicken Timbales.Mix one pint of
chicken chopped, one cupful of stale
bread crumbs, one-half teaspoonful of
mixed herbs, a dash of pepper, one
half teaspoonful of salt, one cupful of
milk or stock, and two well beaten
eggs. Celery salt, cayenne, parsley,
onion and lemon juice also may be
used for seasoning. Pack in small
molds well buttered, and steam 15
minutes. Turn from the molds and
serve with or without sauce.
Creole Rico.Chop one largo onldtaq
and a small slice of cooked ham, very
fine put into a saucepan with a ta
blespoonful -of butter, a cupful of
cooked rice, a can of tomatoes, salt
and paprika. Mix well, put into a
baking dish cover with buttered
and bake 15 minutes in a hot
When a bit of sunshine nits ye,
After passing of a cloud
When a fit of laughter grits ye,
And' ye'r spine Is feeling proud.
Don't fergit to up and fling it
At the soul that's feelin' blue, i
Fer the minit that ye sling It
It's a boomerang to you.
Capt. Jack Crawford.
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS.
Now is the time to prepare tne
pretty and Inexpensive marmalade,
which has carrot for a
foundation. Scrape the
carrots anal cook \mtil
tender, then put through
a meat grinder, to three
cupfuls of carrot take
two lemons, one and
one-half pounds of sugar.
Cook two finely shredded
lemons, excluding the
seeds, in a little water until tender,
combine the mixture and cook together
until thick. Watch carefully to avoid
burning. Put In glasses and cover
with paraffin when cold. One may vary
the flavor by adding two oranges and
one lemon, or one of each.
Oyster Roast.Put a pint of oysters
In an omelet pan, after it is heated
and* well greased with a tablespoonful
of butter, season with salt and pep
per and cover to cook two minutes.
Serve on buttered toast moistened with
the oyster liquor.
Luncheon Dish.A few cans of sar
dines on hand will help out in an
emergency. For a quick luncheon dish
put a can ^f sardines Into a frying
pan and heat until hot, then place on
buttered toast. Serve with raw
chopped onion for a sauce.
To change the seasoning of French
dressing add a teaspoonful each of
catsup and Worcestershire sauce. Serve
with the French dressing on lettuce.
Chicken a la Reine.Cream two
tablespoonfuls of butter, add the yolks
of three hard cooked eggs, rubbed to
a paste.. Soak one-fourth of a cupful
of cracker crumbs in the same amount
of milk and add the egg mixture.
Pour on gradually one cupful of
chicken stock. Then^add one cupful
of finely minced chicken. Season with
salt, paprika and celery salt. Serve on
Date Cake.Cream one cupful of
butter, add one and one-M\lf cupfuls
of sugar, two eggs, one cupful of sour
milk, one cupful of dates, stoned-and
chopped fine, one cupful of nuts, one
teaspoonful of vanilla, two and one
fourth cupfuls of flour. Bake in a
sheet and cover with frosting. Cut In
strips before It Is cold.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH, MINN.
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never
Applicants for Insurance Often
Judging from reports from druggists
who are constantly in direct touch with
the public, there is one preparation that
has been very successful in overcoming
these conditions. The mild and healing
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest for
its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one of the
prominent Life Insurance Companies, in
an interview on the subject, made the as
tonishing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because kidney trouble is so
common to the American people, and the
large majority of those whose applica
tions are declined do not even suspect
that they have the disease.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is on sale
at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large. However, if you wish
first to teBt this great preparation send
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When
writing be sure and mention this paper.
"You are accused of mingling sel
fish motives with your patriotism."
"I plead guilty," said Senator Sor
glium. "For the sake of my family
and the prosperity of my friends and
fellow- citizens I want the country in
which they live to be as enlightened
and prosperous as possible."
SHE DYED A SWEATER,
SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT
Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple any woman can
dye or tint her worn, shabby dresses,
skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters,
coverings, draperies, hangings, everything,
even if she has never dyed before. Buy
"Diamond Dyes"no other kindthen
p^-f-w home Hyping is sure because Dia
mond Dyes are guaruuLccl not to spot,
fade, streak, or run. Tell your di ubb^t
whether the material you wish to dye is
wool or silk, or whether it is -linen, cotton
Cause and Effect.
"Didn't the bride look stunning?"
"And didn't the groom look stunned?"
It is said the River Thames, Eng
land, is now lower than It has been
for the last 22 years.
For the name selected as best,
we will pay $250. Forthe sec
ond, third, fourth, and fifth
choice, we will pay $100, $75,
$50, and $25 respectively.
Anyone may enter the contest,
but only one name from each
person will be considered.
All names must be received by
December 15th, 1921. In case of
ties, the full amount of the prize
''-*will be gjven to each tying con
testant. Do not send your cake.
Simply send the name you sug
gest, with your own name and
address, to the
ROYAL BAKING POWDER COMPANY
153 William Street, New York
Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer.'
WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets,
you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians over 21 years and proved safe by milions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Shingles for Trees.
The coniferous trees present much
the same aspect in winter as in sum
mer, says the American Forestry
Magazine. The arrangement of the
buds and branches of these trees is
what we should note. Buds form in
the axils of leaves and so their ar
rangement Is the same as that of the
leaves: Trees have a definite plan In
ttfe placing of the leavesjust as defi
nite as the carpenter's plan in arrange
ing the shingles on a house. The shin
gles are placed so they will catch all
the rain. Leaves are placed so they
will catch the sunbeams.
Knocking the Doctors.
There Is an official in Washington
who likes nothing better than a fling
at the medical profession. He was
afforded an opportunity not long-ago
at a public dinner to chaff the
medicos and he did it in this wise:
"Physicians may be divided into
two classesthe radicals, who kill you,
and the conservatives, who let you
What little some men do know isn't
any credit to them.
The Tapiro pygmy people are cul
tivators of tobacco.
Windv tin boxes of 12 tablets^-Bottles of 24 and 100All druggists.
VtLe tde mk ot Bayer nocture of Mono.c.ttc.clde.terofSaHcjrU^
A Mystery Cake
Can you name it 7
Here is another new Royal Cake, so delicious and appetizing that
we have been unable to give it a name that does justice to its
unusual qualities. It can be made just right only with Royal
Baking Powder. WU1 you make it and name it?
Oodles of Karats.
HeI want to get you thefinesten
gagement ring in the world. What
kind of stone would yon like?
SheOne like David in the Bible
HeMeaning? SheThe kind that'll knock 'em
Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp
On retiring gently rub spots of dan
druff and itching with Cuticura Oint
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make
them your everyday toilet preparations
and have a clear skin and soft, white
The Other Way 'Round.
JinksYou say you were employed
in a canning factory. What did you
FinksNothing at till. They canned
Cole'a CarbollsnWe Quickly lUtllevest
and heals burning, itching and torturing
akin diseases. It instantly stops the pais
of burns. Heals without scars. 30c and 60s.
Ask vour druggist, or send 30c to The J.
W Cote Oo.. Rockford. 111., for a pack
Knsy-going men usually go the wrong
How to make it
Ute level measurements for att materials
1 egg and 1 yolk
4 teaspoonf Royal Baking Powder
lcupotilk Hi Minaret tlW ozt.) of.
un^tened chocolate (melted)
Cream .fattening. Add sugar and grated J^:^
JZrLl vollu Sift toaether flour salt and Royal Baking
VS'JIS^A the n,ilk lasdvfoUTlnon
jone white. Divide batter into two para. Tom P*
fc! M^Safe Put bT tablespoonfuls. alternating dark and light
b^r^fthreTgn^ la?Tcke pans. *ke to moderate
FILLING AND ICING ^X%
3 tablespoons melted butter l^^S^'0'"^''^
Ic^scWectioner's sugar 1 2S^ea?3 *s.)
GnSed rind of'Aopmgc and pulp of 1 orange
Put butter, sugar, orange Jutoe and rind inu, bgl Xgg