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redW to Health by Lydia
E.' Pinkham' Vegeta.
Florence, So. Dakota.-"I used to be
ry sick every mnonth with bearing
down pains and
backache, and had
headache a good
deal of the time and
very little appetite.
The pains were so
bad that I used to
sit right down on the
floor and cry, be
cause it hurt me so
and I could not do
any work at those
ysed times. An old wo
e e to try Lydia E. Pink.
am . Compound and I got a
b9ttle ter the next month so
e mor bottles of it and got
o I could rk all the time. I
every woman ho suffers like I did
11 try Lydia E. Pi kham's Vegetable
Compound. "-Mrs. ;.W.LANSENG, Box
8, Allyn, Wash.
Why will women c gtnue to suffer day
n and day out or draI it a sickly, half
earted existence,mi 4g three-fourths
f the joy of living, when they can' find
ealth in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the health of thousands of women
ho have been troubled with such ail.
ents as displacements, inflammation,
Iceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
If you want special advice write to
ydia E. Pinkliam Medicine Co. (confl
ential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
o opened, read and answered by a
oman and held In strict confidence.
Not So Bad as That.
"What are yOU so furious about,
Irs. Smith just called me an old
hy, you're not old!"--Farm Life.
DER SENSITIVE SKINS
Soothed by Cuticura. Noth.
g Better. Trial Free.
ly when preceded by a hot
Cuticura Soap. Many com
igs these fragrant super.
ollients may do for the
hair and hands and do it
etively and economically.
toilet, bath and nursery.
free by mail with Book.
rd, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
presume one breed
eggs and the other
gaus begin to
ht, stiff, achy
o back and
due only to
L is tie
a, 8. C.
weak kidne '
n't raise my'
to my head.
s confined to
bed and my
ysician said he
tidn't help mec.
ien I had ai
o a t given up
idney Pills and it
hey cured me. I
Store, Soe a Boz
CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
' ble - act surely (
~but gently on . iTL
the liver. IViE
Sop after IVER.
mproe th coplexonbrighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL D)OSE, SMALL PRICE.
GenlUine must beair Signature
' DAISY FLY KILLER r::M ywh; ,a;
files. Neat, clean, or
- nomtal, can'tspiiior tip
i nju re anyth ing
- express paid for Site0
EAROLD OM5ER8,150 Dc E?Mb Ave., Brooklyn, iN. 7
U ~ For R estoring Color and
so. aneti ~ 0*c a runists.
W. N. U., CH A RLO T TE, NO. 31--1915
The heart is not alwayj a royal mint,
with patent machinery to work its
metal into current coin. Sometimes it
throws out in strange forms, not eas
ily recognized as coin at all.-Dickens.
A dainty sumher dessert -is made
of one-half cupful of peanuts, one cup
ful of mashed ba
nana and half a
cupful of grated co
on a small plate
and pour orange
juice over the mix
Fruit F oa in.
Take a half box of gelatin, one cup
ful of water, two and a half cupfuls of
fruit juice and three eggs. Soak the
gelatin in cold water until dissolved;
heat the fruit juice, which may be
strawberry, raspberry or any other
fruit, pour over the gelatin, sweeten
to taste, stir all together and strain
and cool. Beat the whites of the eggs
stiff, beat into the jelly until it is
foamy, pour into a mold that has been
Wet and serve with whipped cream.
Prepare in time for the gelatin to
thicken before using. The day before
using is better.
Muskmelon Frappe.-Remove the
tolls from small inusknelons to form
a cover. Take out all the seeds and
membrane and place in a sieve to
dIrain out all the juice. Scoop out as
much of the soft pulp as can be easily
removed and cut it in small pieces.
To the juice add a quart of sweetened
Whipped cream; turn this into a
rreezer and freeze. Serve in the melon
shells, a layer of frappe and a layer
of the melon pulp.
Jellied Apples.-Wash, pare, quarter
and core six tart apples. Take two
Mupfuls of sugar and the same amount
,f water, boil uiltil a thick sirup is
formed. Drop the apples into this
boiling sirup and cook until clear and
tender, taking care to keep their
shape. When tender, skim out, place
n a platter to cool and measure and
strain the sirup; there should be a
half pint. Take a package of lemon
lello, dissolve in two-thirds of a cup
tul of hot water, add to the hot sirup,
pour over the apples and into a mold.
Serve on a platter, garnished with
SOME NEW WAYS WITH MEATS.
The seasoning of meat sauces,
meats and combinations of meat and
V , vegetables is one of the
A I most important points in
culinary art. The care
less, haphazard season
ing ruins an otherwise
appetizing and whole
some dish. Ruskin says
"much tasting means no
wasting," so the skillful
cook seasons, tastes and
seasons again until the
Southern Hash-Put six potatoes,
twvo nontregreen peppers and
two large tomatoes all through a meat
chopper. Melt four tablespoonfuls of
butter in a frying pan, add the vege
tables, wvith a cupful of soup) stock and
cook until the vegetables are done,
keep covered and stir occasionally to
prevent sticking. Add two cupfuls of
chopped meat, (cold roast beef is
bes4), season wvell with salt a dash of
kitchen bouquet and servo hot wvith
'naked Fish.-Place a slice of onion
and emon Inside a well cleaned fish,
ready for baking. Blrush well with
butter and bake in a moderate oven,
basting occasionally wvith butter and
water'. Meanwvhile cook one cupful of
sliceC tomato with a cupful of boiling
water, a slice of onion, carrot, 'celery
and rg sprig of parsley, a bay leaf, a
half dozen cloves, salt and pepper, for
twenty minutes. Make a sauce, using
three tablespoonfuls each of butter
and flour, add the strained tomato, a
fourth of a teaspoonful of kitchen boui
quet, and the same amount of soda.
Place the fish on a hot platter, garnish
with lethon quarters, dipped in minced
p~arsley, add a half cupful of thin
cream to the sauce and strain aroundl
Ragout lof Veal-The cheaper cuts
may be used for this dish. Stew theu
meat until 'ery tender with onion, p)ar
sley, a four% of a cupful of vinegar
andl a bay les f. Remove from the bone
wvhile warm. 'When cool, cut in pieces
for serving, roil each in seasoned flour
and brown in not fat. For the sauce,
use a fourth o1 a cupful each of flour
andl butter, a th ird of a cup~ful of veal
stock, a~half teflspoonful of Worcester
shire sauce, a tablespoonful of lemon
juice and three of horseradish.
Lending to Farmers,
Texas bankers who make a practice
of lending money to farmers have
adlopted for their own protection and
for the guidancq of borrowers, what
is known as a "crop rate sheet for
safe farming and banik credit." Tak
ing a 40-acre, two-horse farm as a
unit, this sheet states the live stock
and te quantity of fo'. ! andi feed
crops necessary to support on such
a farm a family of flye. The pro
spective borrt-wer is r-equlestedl to state
in thu s~me way the actual svstem
It pays to stick to one thing. Only
those persons in whose lives some
- great purpose outweighs everything
else, rise ahove the shoulders of the
crowd. The man who mind.s his own
business will soon have a business to
DINNER DISHES FOR COMPANY.
Cut a well cleaned chicken into
pieces at the joints, cover with hot
veal broth and let cook
until tender. Cook a halt
cupful of rice, two dozen
potato balls and a dozen
small onions separately
until nearly done, drain
and add the chicken with
a can of small string
beans, rinsed in boiling
water. Let simmer about
ten minutes when all
should be done. Prepare about a dozen
and a half small baking powder bis
cuit. Turn the chicken on a large
platter and surround with the hot bis
Martinique Potatoes.-Scoop out the
inside of four hot, baked potatoes and
force through a potato ricer. Add one
and a half teaspoonfuls of butter, the
yolk of an egg, three tablespoonfuls
of cream, a half teaspoonful of salt,
a dash of pepper and nutmeg. Keep
hot and beat three minutes, then add
a well beaten white of egg. Shape be
tween two tablespoonfuls and place on
a buttered sheet to brown delicately.
French Lemon Jelly.-Rub the peel
of three lemons upon half a pound of
loaf sugar and dissolve the sugar in
two cupfuls of water. Boll until re
duced, add the strained juice of the
lemons, two cupfuls of water and the
juice of an orange. Pour it upon two
well beaten eggs and whip well. Then
add two teaspoonfuls qf gelatin, dis
solved in a little boiling water to soft
en. Pour into a wet mold after being
well blended and servo with whipped
cream sweetened and flavored with
lemon and orange.
Fish Savory.-Cut two small onions
in slices and fry lig-tly in two table
spoonfuls of butter. Add a half pound
of cold, cooked fish, cut in small
pieces, sprinkle with a tablespoonful
of flour and fry a light brown. Dredge
with one teaspoonful of curry powder.
Fry a little longer and add another
tablespoonful of flour. Moisten witlh
four tablespoonfuls of cream, and hall
a cupful of stock, season with salt
mixed spices and cook for half at
hour, then add two tablespoonfuls ol
Dish up and garnish with parsle3
and toast points.
Some happy talent, and some fortu
nate opportunity may form the two
sides of the ladder on which some
men mount, but the rounds of that
ladder must be made of stuff to stand
wear and tear.-Dickens.
There is no dessert more popular
than the frozen one, in fact almost any
combination is wel.
come after it has
been through the
A t,* Orange Sherbet.
Beat one egg iight
ly, add it to a quari
LA'oof milk, and a pinl
of cream. Dissoivt
two and a half cupfuls of sugar in the
juice of three oranges and one lemon.
Add the grated rindl of three orangei
and one lemon, mix and freeze.
Lemon Dumplings.-Chop the rind
of one lemon fine, ad~d it to the juice
mix two cup~fuis of bread cruimnb
wvit~h a cupful of suet, add one egg and
enough milk to make a paste, sweeteri
to taste, divide into flye portions and
place in separate cloths. Hoil thre(
quarters of an hour andi servo witli
butter and honey.
IndivIdual Cream Chicken.--Take
tablespoonful of minced chicken, sea,
son with a pinch of minced parsley
andI a squeeze of lemon. Season with
salt and 'pepper and moisten witha
sp)oonmful of cream. Put into a rame
kin, cover' and steam in hot water
Serve on a hot plate with crisp but
teredl toast and small pats of swee1
butter rolledi in parsley.
Gooseherry Dessert.-Cookc slowly
quart of gooseberries with a cupful o1
brown sugar in a stone dish in the
oven. Arrange slices of sponge cake ir
a dish, pour over the cooked berries
custard made of a cuipful of milk, ar
egg, a pinch of salt and a tablespoon
ful of sugar. When cold cover wvitl
sweetened whipped cream, sprinkk
with choppiedl jistachio nuts and serv4
followved on his own farm. The close
the actual practice approaches th
system outlined in the rate sheet th
better is the farmner's credit.
"You were not at the theater yestem
day when time first representation o
your new piece took place."
"1 was kept awaty by an importan
"indeed! ( kindly ) W~ell, you didn'
miss anything!"'-Fliegende Bllaette
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
I[ON. It acts on the Liver, Drives oul
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents. - Adv.
"We do everything in this country
"Yes, everything. Why, even in thi,
very apartnient house, they bring up;
the children by elevators."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy foi
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over #0 Years.
Children Cry for Pletcher's Castoria
- What He Did.
"Papa, who is this Thaw that the
papers are always talking about?"
"le's the man who put the 'b' in
Invokes God's Reward
'For Pellagra Cure
Jumbo, Va.-J. Ht. Satterwhite writes:
"I want to thank you for what you have
done for ine. You have cured my wife,
God bless you in your work. I hope some
day to see you; if T never see you I hope
to meet you in heaven. God will reward
you for your grand and noble work."
There is no longer any doubt, that pel.
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until it
is too late. It is your duty to consult the
The symptois-hands red like sunburn.
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips
throat and tongue a flaming red, witlh
mucus and choking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There is hope; get Baughn's big Free
book on Pellagra and learn about the
reimedy for Pellagra that has at last beer
found. Address American Compounding
Co., box 2090, Jasper, Ala., remembering
nioney is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to cure.-Adv.
The Meter's Record.
A representative of the gas depart
ment called on a householder and in
tiiated that lie was afraid something
was wrong with the meter. From the
official point of view, of course, neterE
can only show one fault, and the symp
tom which had cast suspicion on thil
meter was that it had registered les
during the quarter than In the corre
sponding part of the previous yeal
But the lady of the house has a cor
vincing explanation of the decline.
"You see." she said, "my daughte
was engaged last winter. She gc
married in June."
The official, who was evidently
parent himself, was quite satisfled
and the meter left the court withou
a stain upon its high character.
"I believe a man should be mas
ter in lis own house." said the newv
ly married nian. "There cani be onhj
one head in a family, and I mnean t<
"That's a very good idea," answerec
his friend, who had been marrie(
more years thian the other had lived
"A v'ery' good idea indeed. Have yot
spoken to your wife about it?"
Rlankin-I wonder how wrist watchiez
came to be fashionable?
Phyle-I sulppose It is because thi
small amount of goods used in mioderr
gowiis does not permit of lpockets.
My notion of a perfunctory per
formanco is that given by twvo wvom
en engaged in kissing each oiher.
P osu t ~
Straighten Up! Don't Lose a D
Liver and Bowels With
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Caloinel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, break
Ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour, Just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tono.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
WHERE THE INCHES COUNTED
British Statesman's Remarkably Neat
Retort to Chairman's Shaft
Lloyd-George's wit on the pflatform
is well known, but here is oie of the
neatest retorts he ever inade.
1lo was addressing a meeting inl
South Wiales, aecording to l'earsont's
Weekly, wlen the chair uman, thinking
to be witty at the clancellot's expensE,
reiarked to the aidiene tIhat lie wis
a little disappoinuted inu Ll oyd-eorg's
app Iea ra nce.
"I had heard so uth1111 about Ir.
L loyd-G(eorge." h said. "1that i ntat
urally expected to meeout a big m11an inl
every sense; but, as you cani see for
yourtselves, he is very stimall Iin stat
Alany atn orator would have bteen
grievously upset by stelh an unut fortui
nate beginning to the l)roe(d'iigs, ut
not so Lloyd-George.
"I am grieved to find." he said. with
mock seriousness. "that youli H taian
is dsappointed inl my size., bit. this is
owing to the way you have ltere of
measiring a man. In North Wales we
ieasure a ian from his chin 'ulp, but
youi evidently mneasure hiit fromlt I is
After that the clurinian iade no
muore personal ronmarks.
John Grier libben. president of
Princeton university, said at the Lake
Mohonk arbitration conference:
"The day is not yet coie wvuhent vio
lence and oppression will mtelt away
r before right like the pliumber's hI II.
t "Like. I repeat, the plutmber's bill.
For a plutuber, you know, once pre
sented a millionaire a bill of $100
for amending a pipe.
'fBut the millionaire banded the
plumber a dollar note and salid se
"'Receipt that bill of yours in full.'
. 'But-but--' said the pluimber.
. "''Receipt it in full,' the tttlliontaire
, repchited. '1 uused to lbe a plumber my
''The plumber at this gave a great
stat, receilpted the bill and handed
the mnillionaitre 50 cents change."
The Great Trouble.
Apr-opos of a R( ashiore dIivo'rce,
Mayotr Ridldle of Atlaint ic ('it y sid:
"The gr-eat ttouble Is that so many
husbanuds, witent they tmee'(t ani old(
flame dIown here on thle w ind(-swelit
beach, insist on being miothis"
Praetcen gener'ally dits-ov'ers whatiu
theor-y did( not know.
The average brass band is hiatrmles(s
---until it begints to plaiy.
tur ey, m
U SICK, UGH!I4
IURY AND SALIVATES
ay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
'Dodson' s Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make yow
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the, sale of- calomel be
cause it is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
vale or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful ot
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste *which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
grip3 and they like its pleasant taste.
"A eurious thing happoned to me
Ihis morning," began the man who al
ways told long-winded stories.
"Did somlebody stop to listen to one
of your yarns?" inquired the other,
reaching 'or h1li hat.
INEXPENSIVE SULPHUR BATHS
People travel long distances n'nd
spend large sums of money to secure
the benefit3 of sulphur springs and
baths because for generations sulphur
has been known to be one of nature's
most valuablo curatives unequalled as
a blood purifler. By dissolving 2 to 4
tablespoonfuls of Hancock's Sulphur
Compound in a hot bath you get the
same effect and your system absorbs
the sulphur through the pores of the
skin. For prickly heat and summer
skin troubles of infants and children
use a teaspoonful of the Sulphur Com
pound in a. bowl of warm water. This
makes a refreshing bath and quickly
alleviates the pain. Sold by all deal
(eIS, 60c. i bottle. Hancock Liquid Sul.
phur Co., I altimore, Md.-Adv.
After a Catch.
A man with a small mesh net was
seen retIurning to ils bungalow.
"Tieei out after the speckled beau.
ties?" asked a neighbor.
"No, I'm going in after mosquitoes,"
replied the net bearer, with vengeance
In his tonles.
"1 hat(S dele suspilcious guys," said
the ia1na ndler.
"What have tIvy been doin' to you
now?" asked hin friend.
"A gink gives me a (ime dIs morn
In' to git somethin' to eat, and den he
follors me into a restaurant and
watchesi me spend it."
"Is your wife putting up any fruit
"No, but I've canned a few peaches
"Yes. I've had three different
steniogr'aphers this year, and not one
of them knew half as much about
spelling and grammar aLs she did
abiout the latest fashious."
The Female of the Species.
"Look, dear', at that bird in yondler
I ree. I low ('leal' his sonig niotes! lie's
been 'twittering happily for ovei' an
'fie husband looked up from his
palper, but nIot at the bird.
"I wish you'd unlderstatnd one thing,"
lie salid. "WVheni you hear a bird
wit tering don't make the mistake of
referring to it as 'lie.' The twvitters are
in varuiablly the w'omian birds."