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inch Goodyear All-Weather Tread Clincher.
Bylongwear, superiortraction and freedom from
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More than 5,000,000 of the Goodyear non-skid
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The children were playing hide
and seek. Three of them, Jane, Robert,
and Helenwere huddled together in
a hall clothes press in front of which
bung a curtain.
Margaret was tiptoeing about in the
next room looking for them.
Dead silence for a momentthen
from behind the curtain in a voice like
a steam calliope: "Wobert, shut yer
eyes! Don't 'cha know if ya don't
shut yer eyes Margaret will see ya?"
"I am a Domestic Science Graduate
and a chemical student from the
Normal School After making
the experiment testing various
baking powders I never use any
except the Royal" Mrs. J. P.
"Here's an extraordinary coinci
dence. A pedestrian was struck by a
motorist. His false teeth flew out of
his mouth and he couldn't find them."
"I see nothing so unusual In that."
"Walt a moment. The next day that
motorist was passing the same spot
and the teeth bit a hole in one of his
A broken promise isn't all it la
cracked up to be.
Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste
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Hie Natural Dome.
That football player seems to be
wearing a helmet, but I see nothing to
protect his ears."
"He's a rare bird on the gridiron."
-A haldheaded halfback."Birming
Too Much Talk.
"Why did the lady member of the
"Couldn't stand the gab."
Kill Cooking Odors.
A gift much appreciated by a house
wife living in a small apartment where
cooking odors are hard to conquer is
an atomizer and a bottle of the best
lavender water. After airing the rooms
thoroughly spray once or twice with
the lavender, which is not only re
freshing and clean, but a real tonic
for tired nerves.
A cheap suitcase looks cheaper
every twenty-four hours.
WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Headache Colds rheumatism"
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Barer" boxes of 12 tabletsAtao bottles of S4 and MfrJDrnjgbtai
mil in fbe tndt wHr of Bajee Ifsanfaetsc* ef MflmmtleaclSMtet
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
Coprrlfbt. lSSl. Westera Niwipnnr Palos.
"He who receives and entertains his
friends, and who does not. himself,
personally, lve supervision of the re
past which be offers them, 1* not
worthy o having friends."
THINGS TO KEEP FOR REFERENCE
The foundation sauc for all cream
soups, scalloped dishes, souffles and
be kept in mind
so that one will
always have the
for each dish.
ing cream soups
or thin sauces the
one-to-one proportion is used, one cup
ful of milk or other liquid and one
tablespoonful each of butter and floor
for the binding. This proportion Is
used for all soups, scalloped dishes,
creamed dishes and, almost all sauces
used with meat, vegetables and pud
dings, where a thin sauce Is liked.
These sauces are varied by different
seasonings and flavors. A tablespoon
ful always means one filled and level
ed with a spoon a cupful Is one-half
pint and when buying measuring cups
be sure you get a standard half-cup,
for a cup may look all right and
lack from two to four tablespoonfuls
of the standard size.
The one-to-two sauce Is the same
proportion of liquid with two table
spoonfuls each of butter and flour
cooked together It is the most used
for scalloped and creamed dishes. The
vegetables are cooked and the creamed
sauce added. Scalloped dishes are
prepared by using the same quantity
of sauce and food, placing them In
alternate layers In a baking pan and
covering with bread crumbs well but
tered by stirring them into melted
butter. The dish Is then browned In
The one-to-three sauce Is prepared
In the same way, using three table
spoonfuls of butter when melted and
bubbling hot the three tablespoonfuls
of flour are stirred In, then the one
cupful of milk or liquid added and
cooked until well done. If this sauce Is
used for souffles, then whites of the
eggs, using three, and equal portions
of food and sauce are used the egg
yolks cooked In the sauce and the
whites folded in at the last.
The foundation for croquettes Is oue
to-four, using the same amount of
liquid and four tablespoonfuls each of
flour and butter. This sauce is used
with an equal measure of food and
cooled. Then the mixture Is shaped
Into any desired croquette form and
fried In deep fat
For meat sauces one may use the
liquid from cooked vegetables like
spinach, celery, green peas or tomato
juice, flavoring with onion, garlic, bay
leaf or spices.
For pudding sauces, fruit Juices,
canned fruit Julcei water, milk, cream
or melted jelly.
Life Is not made out of money, and
friendship, and talents, and patronage,
and family influence*, and good posi
tions, and good health, and good na
ture it is made out of faith, virtue,
knowledge, temperance, patience, god
liness, and brotherly kindness and
WHAT TO EAT
On the farm or where one has plenty
of milk and cream there Is little ap
preciation of cream ex
cept as a butter maker.
There are so many de
licious dishes which may
be made from sweet
cream, not forgetting the
whipped cream cake
which Is the cake par
Cream Muffins. Mix
two cupfuls of flour, four teaspoonfuls
of baking powder, one-half teaspoonful
of salt and a tablespoonful of sugar.
Add the cupful of sweet cream, beat
thoroughly and bake In muffin tins in
a hot oven. One-half cupful of chopped
dates may be added, if desired.
Buttermilk Pie.Take one cupful ol
sugar, one tablespoonful of butter, two
tablespoonfuls of flour, one egg, a
pinch of salt, two cupfuls of butter
milk with flavoring to taste. Soften
the butter, cream it with the sugar,
add the flour and mix again, then put
In the salt and an egg unbeaten. Beat
these Ingredients vary light :nd add
the buttermilk and flavoring. Cook
the mixture until thick, then pour into
a pastry shell previously baked.
Cream Cookies.Beat two eggs until
very light, add one and one-half cup
fuls of sugar, a quarter of a teaspoon
ful of salt, a little grated nutmeg.
Stir in a cupful of thick cream, two
cupfuls of flour, mixed with four tea
spoonfuls of baking powder and
enough flour added to roll. Roll one
quarter of an inch thick, sprinkle with
sugar, cut in shapes and bake quickly.
Account Bock Tells Most.
A well-kept farm account book win
tell the farmer more about what is
wrong with his business than all the
farm conferences in the world.
Legumes Absorb Much Lime.
Legumes absorb three times as
much lime from the soil as non
Rats Are Expensive.
The grain eaten and wasted by rata
on many a farm would pay all b
IN BUYING ASPIRIN
ALWAYS SAY "BAYER"
Look for the Nam* "Bayer" on Tab.
lets, Then You Need
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be
taken safely for Colds, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Neuri
tis, and Pain generally.
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe and proper directions In each
unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin." This package Is plainly
tamped with the safety "Bayer Cross."
The "Bayer Cross" means, the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin prescribed
by physicians for over twenty-one
What Ailed Her Pulse.
Little Louise was recovering from
a bit of fever and her appetite had
begun to assert Itself. She gave a
look at the meager slice of toast and
the broth that had been brought to
"Can't I have more than this,
mother?" she asked. "It isn't half
"Just yet," said mother, "I am afraid
to give you more. Your pulse Is still
"But, mother," urged Louise, "don't
you see it's my excitement because I
can't get enough to eat that makes my
pulse so quick."Exchange.
There is only one medicine that really
stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for
curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest for the reason that it has proven
to be just the remedy needed in thousands
upon thousands of distressing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be
cause its mild and immediate effect is soon
realized in most cases. It is a gentle,
healing vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi
um and large.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.Advertisement.
WOMEN THROWING OFF YOKE
Emancipation of the Sex Has Been
Making Rapid Strides Through.
The emancipation of women In
Palestine is taking place very rapidly.
Women were not very seriously re
garded heretofore. They were looked
upon as a bit of chattel to be given
little more regard than a dog or a
cat about the house. They were
bought and sold to the whims of the
lord and master of the domestic es
tablishments. They dared not leave
the premises without special permis
sion of the "husband." They were not
even given any work to do, but of re
cent years a change has come over
the scene and the women under the
impetus of some greater freedom have
developed Into able artisans.
An exhibition of the work of the
women of the country was held re
cently at Haifa and the results were
greater than were hoped for by the
most ardent supporters of the enter
prise. There were many beautiful
specimens of pottery, weaving, em
broidery and other domestic accom
plishments. Women have demanded
and are receiving equality in the home
and are entering into a line of ac
tivities from -which they have been
"Billy's face Is quite wrinkled."
"Sign of care." "And his clothes are
wrinkled, too." "Sign of don't care."
Persons of leisure are deprived of
a great deal of good company In busi
Postum is a splendidhelp insav
ing health from the very common
losses through the drug elements
of tea and coffee-whose effects on
the nervous system any doctor can
Thousands of people who think
it wise to be as careful of their
health as they are of their dol
lars are users of Postum. They
find this famous cereal beverage
a delightful drink with any meal,
In a crisis a woman will turn to a
priest or a palmist.
Many a woman who seems to want
coaxing might be driven If the car
vvpere luxurious enough.
It is useless to be able to support a
woman in luxury if you cannot sup
port her en deshabille.From "Tat
lings," by Sidney Tremayne.
A Friendly Offer.
"I always take a sleeper when I
"Do you? Then you can take the
one you will find In my front office.
He Is no good to me."
A Husband's Privilege.
"The cook Is leaving us to get mar-
"Good. She'll soon know from some
body who won't be afraid to tell her
how punk her cooking really Is."
He who thinks he knows it all is
rarely a man of large Ideas.
Sorrows grow bigger by nursing.
The Boy Who Started to Town
**& With a Hundred Dollars
Jk^ Jk^ _jk^.
AFTER EVERV MEAL
The Ways of Women.
If a woman expresses admiration for
another woman, either she does not
admire her, or her husband does not.
The woman who bares her shoulders
usually has a larger following than
the woman who bares her soul. The
less women care for clothes, the more
clothes they wear. 9
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth*
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
Don't miss the joy of the
new WRIGLEVS P-K-the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
The advice they gave hjm for getting
on in the world was simple and familiar
enough: "Keep what you have, and
build on it Be careful what you do and
it will grow into more."'
It's a safe rulewith money or health,
but a good many overlook the rule with
health, until theyhave lostwhat theyhad.
Then it's hard to get anew supply.
Postum for Health "There's a Reason"
Made by Postum Cereal Cow, Inc, Battle Creek, Mich.
His Drawing Specialty.
A man was driving a donkey to
Bnntry on a market day. The donkey
began to sulk and back Into the dike.
A local justice of the peace happened
to be coming on behind in his car, and
overtaking them, he said:
"Well, my man, what's wrong witll
your donkey that he won't draw?"
"Oh, your honor, sir," said the lac
borer, "but he does draw."
"How so, my good manwhat doe*
"Why, your worship, he draws the
attention of every donkey that
ChairmanLadles and gentlemen.
Miss Discordant will sing "Only Once
GreenOh, thank goodness for that
she can't sing a hit!
Chairman (coming forward again)
Ladies and gentlemen, Instead of
singing "Only Once More," Miss Dis
cordant will sing "Forever and Ever."
Collapse of Green.London Tit
When a man bows to the inevitable
he is also in danger of sitting down
and staying there.
He who makes It his law to do
what he likes will not always like
what he has done.
and it's free from any disturbing
You can begin with Postum to
day, with an order to your grocer.
The road to health is a good road
for anybody to follow. "Save what
you have, and build on it/' issound
policy for everybody.
Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum
(in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition
of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages' of
larger bulk, for those who prefer to make the
drink while the meal is being prepared) made by
Coiling for 20 minutes, Sold by all grocers.