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THE KENNA RECORD
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"I taVon awTeral botUM of Pe-rn-na
arte find It aarrat btinn lit I had palnala
ry atomar-h and bowela, bnt by th RMof
Fe-ru-na and aian-a-nn. 1 am well and
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b quita aa rood a remedy for catarrh of the stomach, bowels or
othnr Oriraiia as It ia for cowha, eolda and nasal catarrh.
Pa-rn-na ia a wonderfully Una maoicins to bTS ia tha acvee
lor everyday Ilia,
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kooMJti mad mediceV mdrkxs.
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Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
irsd rhpn fair 9. nr 3 fnr a fpw niorht nfrpr.
You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to
follow. Million of all ages take them for Biliousness,
Dizziness. Sick Headache, Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
Pimply, Blotchy Skin, They end (At misery of Gmttpatlen.
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HERE'S END OF OLD H. C. OF L
According tovUnlverity Authority, the
Next Generation Need Not Worry
About Its Food.
Miss Lillian Herman of the Univer
sity of Michigan Is an authority on
chemical analysis. ' Addressing the
Byerson library class at Grand Rap
ids recently she said the time Is com
ing when a man, becoming Jngry, will
simply take a shovel and go Into bis
yard and get a shovelful of dfrt, take
it Into bis private laboratory, put It
Inlo the family "hopper," pour In con
centrated essence of sunshine, turn a
craDk, and then go around to the other
side and wait by the spout to catch his
eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers or radishes,
wuu lever av uesues.
This food, she said, will come out in
the form of small lozenges, concentrat
ed and conveulent. A chemical analysis
of them will show they contain all the
Ingredients of our vegetables, and will
also have the same taste.
Miss Herman believes that the next
generation will see the start of It and
that the following generation, will use
There 'is as much guesswork about
the' drigltr of fires as there Is about
Mars. ' ' '' '
World's Greatest Volcano.
The "House of Everlasting fl1re" Is
part of the great volcano Kllauea, on
the Hawaiian islands. What Niagara
Is among waterfalls Klluuea Is among
volcanoes. Hot so beautiful as Vesu
vius or Etna, not so high as .some of
the lofty flame mountains of South
America, Kllauea retains Its title by
sheer power In which It Is unrivaled.
The crater, about four miles square
,n extent, Is an area of bleak desola
tion, a floor of lava cracked and
seamed until It resembles one of the
circles of horror In Dante's Interna
Kansas City Star.
The door closed behind an Irate
neighbor who had come to- complain
regarding certain of Willie's shortcom
ings. A few moments later, as Willie was
tearfully "preparing for a prematurely
early bedtime, he said to his mother:
"I wish we lived In heaven mother."
His mother demanded to know the
cause of his sudden aspiration to
wards better things.
"Oh, well," he sighed, "yon know
the angels wouldn't be half as hard
to please as the -neighbors are."
Bewhlsker'ed old humbugs are more
popular than barefaced lies.
A dangerous ailment will make a The person' who has no will of his
man so careful that he lives to be OS. own linn nn Incurable malady.
Why should you follow
; a crooked path ?
Often a cowpath has been allowed to become
, a village Btreet, and as the village expanded,
tradition has made the winding way an expres
sion of a cow's will.
" Habit is always forging chains to enslave us,
bo that what has been found bearable by the
fathers is accepted by the sons.
Who cannot recall the coffee-pot Mother put
on the stove early in the morning, warning us
not to let it boil over?
; As children, we were not permitted to drink
tea or coffee, because it would stunt our growth
or make us nervous and irritable. When older,
however, we craved a hot drink with meals,' and
. custom gave us our tea or coffee.
Finally upon the instructions of the doctor,
Mother gave up her tea and coffee. But that
meant nothing in our young lives. Our vitality
was then strong enough t3 throw off any ill effects,
. But our time came, and rve learned by ex
perience that we could not drink tea or coffee.
When we had it for breakfast it put our nerves
on edge. When we drank it at .the evening meal,
we tossed about in wakefulness most of the night. '
And then we found Posrum, a mre cereal'
beverage, free from the harmful drug, caffeine, in
tea and coffee. We liked the rich, satisfying flavor
of Postum--and also the better health which re-
Butted. And, too, we were surprised to find how
' many of our neighbors had made the same dis
coveryhad learned the value of "health first,"
Pptrtum come In two forms: Iustar.t Potam(ln tins)
triad blatantly in the cup by the adjitioi of boiling water,
f'oetutu Cereal (In packages of larger bulk, for Ihoea who
prate to malt the drink while th meal if being prepared)
mad by boiling for 20 minute. Sold by ail groceie,-'
Postum for Health ,
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Copyright, 191. Weetern Newapaper Union
Those who live on the mountain have
longer day than those who liva In
the valley. Sometime all wa need to
brighten our day 1 to rise a llttl
SOMETHING TO EAT.
With the venison season upon us,
try the following with a venison
'J Chestnut Sauce. Fry
one-half an onion and six
slices of carrot, cut in
small pieces, In two ta
; blespoonfuls of butter
ror nve minutes. Aau
three tuhlespoonfuls of
flour and stir until well
browned ; then add a
a half of soup stock, a
sprig of parsley, a bit of bay leaf,
eight pepper corns and a teuspoonful
of salt. Let simmer 20 minutes,
strain, add a cup of boiled chestnuts,
a tablespoonful of butter and two ta
blespoonfuls of orange juice.
Squirrel Pie. Clean the squirrels,
separate Into pieces at the Joints, nine
In all. Season with salt and pepper
and add a pint of well seasoned chick
en stock, or boiling water will do! Cook
closely covered for two hours in a
moderate oven. Add two tablespoon
fuls of flour, salt and pepper and a
little cold water mixed to a paste, to
the gravy In the dish. Cover with a
rich crust and bake about twenty min
utes.' Leave a vent In the crust to
allow the steam to escape.
-Baked Chicken In' Milk. Take a fat
old fowl, cut It -up as for frying ; roll
each piece In seasoned flour and place
In a deep baking dish ; cover with rich,
sweet milk and bake four or five hours
In a flreless cooker. Remove the cover
and brown in a hot oven before serv
Quince Honey. Wash and grate the
quince, peeling and all, ant cook with
equal parts of sugar until thick. This
Is a delicious concoction which may be
used In numberless ways. As a garnish
for Ice cream It Is especially good, or
a spoonful placed over a dish of apple
sauce makes that a dish out of the
I'eurs are most delicious canned in
the following way: Pare and quarter
them, then cut In eighths and put
them, with half their weight In sugur.
Into a stone crock and let stand over
night. In the morning cook In the
crock until they are transparent or per
fectly done. Lemon may be added, or
ginger root, to' vary the flavor, If de,
By degrees, by thinking light.
Thinking glad and sweetly,
You'll escape tha stress of night.
Worry gone completely.
Get the habit of looking (or
Tapping gently at the door
Surest cure for fretting.
CARE OF THE INVALID.
So much is said In regard to the care
of food for Invalids thnt It would seem
thut In this en
light e ned duy
know vhat to: do
for a simple well
cooked and ap
for . an. i Invalid-;
however, ;the re
sults, show that there Is still much to
learn In scrying an Invalid's meuL
A normal person In health will be
able to overlook many eccentricities
of fond, but: the person who Is III must
be fed. the : kind of food to give
strength and not overtax the digestive
To make food tempting enonph to-be
eaten when It Is not desired takes not
only skill In dainty preparation but
flnt'sse' In handling the patient.
The well-trulned nurse has had In
her training the proper preparation and
serving of fond,, but often the . over
worked mother finds It peoesxary. to
be both nurse, housekeeper and cook,,
so. It Is Irivuluahle for. her to know
how. . The daintiness of the trny and
Its pretty china as well as the. food
servi-d upon It U of .first Importance.
Spotless linen or pretty pa tier dol
teys In case of contagious diseases,
should always .be used; the small
sets made on purpose for a tray, with
pretty china, arranged for the. con
venience of the patient, with a flower
or two or a "piece of bright fruit with
Its foliage will make the meal. a source
of pleasure. . The; psychology, of ap
pealing to the sense of beauty, in the
I ray fittings Is .notojie that, we should
slight. , ........ i . .
Even paper dishes of all kinds may.
be used In contagious diseases .thus,
eliminating the risk as well as the
work of caring for. and sterilizing
them. .... :$ , : -.
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Next time you EE
want to concen- E
trate on a piece
between your teeth.
It's a wonderful help
in dally tasks and
sDorts as uelL
in hi in m
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places come easy
gives you comfort
and poise it adds
the zest that
A great deal
Put His Foot in It.
She It seems strunge that you did
not remember my face, yet you remem
bered my name.
He (awkwardly) Well, you know,
you have an attractive sort of name.
The outcome of a new business en
terprise depends on the Income.
The Dark Cloud.
Tt lu iwif tin rni'l ul rier thnt flniwld mtmA
in for more or less criticism. They
live high, are often dissipated, and caa
usually be classed with the wets.
When the contracting parties unite
In their efforts to make marriage a
success It is seldom a failure.
My beau he is particular,
About the way I'm dreasedV
So Maggie uses Faultiest- Starch,
So I can look my betL
SIsining-up Day 3 Arc Herd
tto Shisio is Wonderful
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and has brought eontentmrnt and happiness to thop.
aanda of home sfekrra and their famiiiea ho hnve
settled on her kiiE humesteada or bouRht land at .
attractive pricec They have established thrir own
homee ana aecurea prosperity and' uidepefidelioe:
In tht srent grainprrowtr)g aectioi of tne psairia .
provinces there ia atill to be had on caay texuia
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre
land simi ar to that which through many years
baa yielded from 20 to 45 buabela of wheat
to tha acre oaia, barley and ax alao ip Breat
abundance, while raiaing horece, cattle, ahecp
and hnija is equally prohtab.e. hundredaof farm
ers in Western Canada have raised crops in a single ,
season worth more than the whole cb&t of their
land. Healthful cl. mate, good neiiflibora, rhurchea,
chools, rural telephone, excellent markets and
snipping lacuuiea. i ne ciunaie anu auii uuer
inducementa Jjt almost-.every branch
agriculture. The advantages lor
Dairying, Mixed Farming ,
and Stock Ralalna;
makearremendnuaappeal to industrious set
tiers wishing to improve their circumstance.
Par tltnatratad HtanUore, asapa. daaeriptloa of farm
avportunituM ia alKiuiobe. bskBlctMwaa, .AltMla
sua enma uHuoiiu, reayeea rau wmj maa.
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