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FoRty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Has Been
Woman's Most Reliable, Medicine
-Here is More Proof.
To women who are suffering from some form of
woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking
)MI >ig letters ought to bring hope:
Norih Crandon Wis. -"When, I wda 16 Yaro
o 1 lo: -arried and at 18 years I gave birth to
tv" (10 iad left mewith very poor health. Icould
alk a'.cross the fioor w thout having to sit
to rest and it was hard for me to kee about
Ali 0 hry work. I went t6 a doctor and e told
1~ ;. l..d a displacement and ulcers, and would
h toi bi 11,1e an operation. This frightened me so
h did not know what to do. Having
it oI l dia R. Pinkham's Vegetable Co
L would give it a trial and It made me as
I cannot say enough in favor of the
MNAyrmaBAon, orth' Candon, Wi.
T ny from Oklahoma.
I began to take Lydia . Pinkham's
ipu I to be good for nothing. Itiredeasily
AIh time and was irregular. I took it again
and it did me a wonderful amont of
' 1 to recommend L di, E. Pinkham's
women because it as done so much
- - .D, 609 11ave St,, Lawton, Okla.
- w ffrnfrominflamn
huo.a -y an who found
i ; a displacement.
yV1i; -M -low kin backache,
pd r i2h e C veral 'inds of medi
L;/dia. E. Pinkham's
b( 'nap7r.a2. I, cured me and I am
pleased tu i , 0 my usual good health by using it
n11 ad highly recommend it." - Mrs. B. M. OsGoOD
1 Haynes Park, Roxbury, Mass.
. If you want special advice write to Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. *Your
letter will be opened, read and answered by a-woman And held
in strict confidence.
(onstipation "I shouldn't call this a desirable
3~q apartment," said the lady who was
Vanishes Forever looking for rooms. "There's a saloon
Pxmpt Relie--Permanient Cure only three doors away."
C;ARTER'S LITTLK Thats Just the point," replied the
IVERagent. "Think what a comfort it will
I VEit PrlL ver be to know that your husband is nev
bl .-c suey~ eATR r far from home."
bu ge" CnARTERt
0t liver. ITTLE Important to other
. after IVER Examine carefully every bottle of
r1 '-cre CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
11r;stion, infants and children and see that it
im prove the complexion, brighten the eyes.' Bears the
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Signature of
Genuine must bear Signature IIn Use for Over Years.
hn h reC for Fy lec h Catores
<. t by mNot comrth
torergs yacht orttheoummer.
4 "~Von't that'beprettyrexpensive'
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'~ir 'Convenitnt. -
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7 ~ i ".stoft qustio i ef"rThto justi thek nt," rplethe
fagent.l "Tnd wherati a cmfrt dit.awil
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ti t~~* x. botl~eof flro hlaoe." Mlrahl n
.ilo 'j ni i~ig stres Examin O coae every botle of .
y ~.'.iti Bears the eryE n,,)2 B . .W. uiin~n ..
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~'t~i flis. Nat. lean "My wifoanBdo rathngs of hr
teringa ychttfor te summer.
Lt,. wil not sil o "NFt, soP Ilong FALING Scnfineour
~ , injure anything.sevstop thiking lityaouter t
Guarateed ffecin reCOSfer tolixnbe k the~p~ eat~n irees
ezpe~pidoor. clallaan feverad an a . J.disae.
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W I IALOTE N. -'96.tiltefrnitre0 cins, paid fr.g ,oy
AARmowomyicansel rg fhrgo
judgmeWoner tu buDmnircoar very
A. fcr arefl eperient kdesre ranged th bo is file
Ic he Ivalds' ote and Kur wit poioMnous wased aer whic e.-y
*:kml J- Kat~BufaloN. . oveing ties ia tilifet, honkesmo an t wr astso
Wam N., i A O ,N.2--1'916.irce thmeildill drthe furntur in bai forai.
re.to~~iihsitl adW nounnderfi ust D s crtoe ryhkd
thii h' .,ldprove thiat a medicine which necys acting properly as to keep the bow
hi'ciit~ " NURIC" was the best uric cis active.
d od' ow to be had. As a rem- Tile very best possible way to take care
miy for th' e easfly recomnzed syinptomns of yourself is to take a glass of hot water
ofil~iaunm on--as scalding urine, back- bei ore meals and an "Anuric" tablet. In
alahe and .tecquent urination,,as well as this way it is readily dissolved with the
tdimedmi mn the uirini or If uric acid In foo< picked up by the blood and finally
tiahe bl'd .as cause - rheumatism, lum- renefles the kid neys, where it has a tonic
>mgo, sei7"it,1. out, it is simply wofider- effect in rebulildling those organs.
fol , omeky "nuric"' nets; eausing Step into the dru~ store and ask for' a
th uptt. ant stIffness rapidly to disap. 50-cent package of 'Anurie," or send Dr.
peat. Pier.cC l0c for trial pckg. "Anurie"---any
Swollen h ;ids,i nkles, feet are de to times- more potent thian lithia, eliminates
a rop.sien condition, often cause vuric acitd as hot wvater melts sugar. A short
dson( erel ki-ineys. Naturally when ~ trial wvill convince you~i.--Adv.
'~ ItqrsBlood Syrup.
4 '%4 blooim ilg.tit
-Not only physical but mental vigor
and efieency depend largely on a
Not in the clamor of the crowded
Not in the shouts and plaudits of the
But in ourselves are triumph and de
The dainty sandwich is always fill
Ing a large place and when well made
and served there is
nothing that Is bet.
San d wiches.
-Take a square of
cr earm cheese,
mash it in a bowl,
.adding a little
sweet cream to moisten, salt and pa
prika to taste, with one or two canned
red peppers, spread on thii slices of
buttered graham bread.
Marshmallow Nut Sandwiches.
Toast fresh marshmallows and cut
fine, mix with chopped walnut meats
and sweet cream. Cut white bread,
spread with butter, then with the
mallow and nut mixture. A few
candied cherries may be used with
this filling if so desired. A half dozen
cherries finely chopped will be suffi
cient for half a dozen sandwiches.
Fig Sandwiches.--Soak flgs over
night in..orange juice, then simmer in
a little water added to the juice, un
til-tender. Add a half cupful of sugar
and the juice of half a lemon to each
half pound of figs. Chill thoroughly
and chop to a paste. Spread on thin
white bread or on slice of pound cake.
Marguerites.--lake a. boiled frost
ing, using a few tablespoonfuls of
steamed, chopped raisins and a half
dozen choped nuts. Put a teaspoonful
on crisp, salted wafers and brown
lightly in the oven.
Sponge cake baked in a sheet and
then cut with a small biscuit cutter
into rounds may be frosted with or
ange icing and rolled in grated rind,
or the top decorated with the rind.
making very tasty cakes to serve
with a cupful of tea when a friend
It's the song ye sing and the smile ye
That's making the sunshine every
SAVORY SUPPER DISHES.
To make a supper dish at all popu
lar it must be tasty and quickly pre.
pared. Milk toast fille
both of these qualifica
tions, therefore It ts a
Spanish Chowder. -
Cook together a can of
tomatoes and a can of
Sred kidney beans for ten
minutes. Add a pound
of finely chopped hamburger steak, one
chopped green pepper, and salt and
pepper to taste. Cook five minutes
longer and serve piping hot.
Corn Bread-At noon put two cup
fuls of cornmeal in a mixing bowl and
pour over it 1%, cupfuls of boiling wa
ter, enough to thoroughly scald it.
Mix well and cover with a coating of
butter; cover andl let stand until night.
WVhen ready to bake add a beaten egg,
1% cupfuls of milk a cupful of flour,
sifted, with three teaspoonfuls of bak
ing powder and a half teaspoonful of
salt; use more milk if needed, as this
should make a .thick spoon batter.
Bake 20 minutes in gem lpans.
Halibut With Codfish.--Washi and
flake a cupful of halibut, wvash and
flake two cupfuls of codfish and cover
with boiling wvater; let simmer- for 20
minutes. drain and rinse again. Melt
four tablespoonfuls of butter, addi twot
ef flour and blend until smooth; pour'
this into 1% cupfuls of rich milk.
Season with paprika and salt. if need
ed. Place the drained fish in a casse
role, pour the sauce over it and cover
thickly with buttered crumbs. Bake
in a moderate oven a half-hour.
Muiligatawny Soup.--Slice three
large onions and brown them slightly
with four slices of chopped bacon. Re
move from the heat and add a, tea
spoonful of curry powder, four table
spoonfuls of flour and a half teaspoon
ful of salt; blend all together and
then add three pints of veal or chick
mn stock. Chop two apples very fine,
sdd them to the soup and simmer
~ently until the apples are cooked and
he soup is thick.
Rio. Muffins.-Mix a cupful of boiled
'ice with two cupfuls of sifted flour,
wo teaspoonfuls of baking p)owder, a
ablespoonful of sugar, a half tea
spoonful of salt, one egg and a cupful
>f milk. Mix well and bake in muffin
pans. Serve hot.
Silence Pieases Orator.
What- a speaker likes best is not ap
plause. It is silence. There are mo
neonts when to a speaker the silence
aan be thrilling. Then he knows, as
ye say, that he "has" his audience. A
perfect relation has beesn established.
During those moments the thought is
assing rapidly from the speaker's
hind into the minds .of the listeners,
isd is taking effect. It. may not al-I
Miays be a sympathetic effect. It miay
yon . be hostile. Ndvq~theless the
#0tphe it hat Work,
The sky is always blue,
What though the night shall darken.
and enfold you
And for a space in sunless silence hold
The dawn shall brighten when your
rest is through.
The sky is always blue.
WAYS WITH PARSNIPS, ,
This delicious vegetable should be
found often on our tables during the
spring months. To boll
them and serve plain
put a pork w shank to
cook in boiling water, let
simmer for an hour or
two, and two hours be.
fore dinner add the well
washed parsnips, cook.
ing gently to keep them
whole. Season and serve with the
Pot Roast.-Prepare a pot roast in
the usual way and cook some parsnips
in boiling, salted water until tender.
Drain the parsnips and put them into
the kettle after the meat has been re
moved; cook until well seasoned, add
flour to the sauce and serve meat, par
snipp and gravy all on one platter.
Casserole Parenips.-Cut the peeled
parsnips in thick slices and parboil in
salted Water for 20 mhiutes. Drain
and put into the casserole with butter
and pepper, or a few slices of bacon
may be used instead of butter, or beef
drippings may be used. Bake two
hours, adding a little water until they
are very tender.
Browned Parsnips. - Cut well
cleaned parsnips lengthwise and cook
until tender in boiling, salted water.
When tender, brown in fresh pork
drippings or in suet fat. Serve the
parsnips, -with a sauce made with
flour and cream in the fat left from
Parsnips With Drawn Butter Sauce.
-Wash and scrape parSnips and cut
in pieces or in strips; cook until soft.
then serve with drawn butter sauce
melt a third of a cupful of butter, add
three tablespoonfuls of flour, salt and
pepper to season and a cupful and a
half of boiling water. Serve hot.
It is not the events of life, nor its
emotions, nor this nor that experience.
but life itself which is good.-P.
Now is the only time to begin doing
SOME GOOD DISHES.
By making out menus for a week
in advance, keeping lists of food well
liked, thus bringing
variety o0 the
table, th house
wife will ive her
self much :Ime for
other things. It is
also a good plan
to place opposite
a recipe the coat
of the dish. Usually eggs are one
of the varying costs, but the house
wife will 1'e able to tell at a glance
the cost of the dish. As the majority
of women have a certain allowance
to spend for the table this will help
her to keel) accounts and perhaps re
duce expenses or at least equalize
them from month to month.
When eggs are sixteen and eight
een cents a doze.n is the time for
angel foods, souffles, sponge cake and
omelets. When they arec fifty and
sixty cents a dozen pork cake, apple
sauce cake. escalloped dlishes and egg
less dishes of var-ious kinds wvill bei
Angel Food-Sift one cupful of
sifted flour, with a quarter of a tea
sp~oonlful of cream of tartar. Take
a cupful of egg wvhites, add another
quarter of a spoonful of the cream of
tartar and a pinch of salt, beat until
stiff but not dry, add a cupful of
sifted sugar, foldIng In lIghtly; then
the flour, also folded in; flavor with
vanilla and bake fifty mInutes in a
moderate oven, using a tube pan.
Coooa Mousse.-Use one and a
half cupfuls of cream, five tablespoon
fuls of powdered sugar, one and a
half ounces of cocoa, or half a cup
fuil, one-half a teaspoonful of vanilla,.
Dissolve the cocoa in 'i small sauce
pan with two tablespoonfuls of cream.
Whip the cream and when nearly stiff
boat in the sugar and cocoa; mix
thoroughly, turn into a wet mold and
pack in ice and salt for four hours.
Date Pudding-Mix together a beat
en egg, a cupful of fresh bread crumbs,
a cupful of chopped dates, a cupful of
sugar, a fourth of a teaspoonful of salt
and three tablespoonfuls of milk. Bake
in a sheet and serve with whipped
sweetened cream flavored with al
Fate of Annie LaurIe,
The familiar song of ''Annie Lau
rie,'' says the London Chronicle, was
written by a soldier in Plandera to
his ladylove at home. Tho writer was
William Douglas, and Annie Laurie
was. one of the three daughters of
Sir Robert Laurie of Maxwelton. Sad
to relate, Annie did not marry her
ardent lover. Some say that Douglas
was killed in Planders, but whether
or not that is so, Annie was led tc
the altar in 1709 by James K'ergussor
OALOMEL MAKES T
Straighten UpI Don't Lose a C
Liver and Bowels With
Ught Calome! makes you sick. Take
f. dose of the vi. dangerous drug to.
night and tomorf w you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, 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 I
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 Tone.
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
Sold for 47 years. F'or Vali
a Fine General Strengthenix
The Alternative Function.
Knicker-Did she promise to be a
sister to you?
I'ocker-No; a president of human
Had to Go All Humped Over and
Suffered Great Pain in
Sides and Back.
Sulphur Springs, Va.-Mrs. J. M.
Sprinkle, of this place, writes: "About
two years ago this coming spring, I
got into awfully bad health. Had been
married only a short time, and my
health was not so good after my mar
riage as it had been before, and kept
getting worse all the time. I was go
ing down hill in health, could only
drag around. My friends recommended
that I try Cardul. I tried various reme
dies which did me no good. I simply
moped all the time and felt sick all
over... So I began using Cardui and
In a short time I was greatly im
proved; after the use of one bottle was
able to do my work.
' "Before starting It, I couldn't
straighten up to save me; had to go
when I went all humped over, suffered
great pains' in the abdomen, sides and
back worse than anywhere... After
the use of one bottlo, I had no more
pain at all... It is also a fine tonic.
The cure has been permanent, and I
have had no trouble since, neither had
tio have a doctor or take any medicine
since. It built me up in health and
If you suffer from any of the ail
ments so common to women try
Cardul, the woman's tonic. For sale
by all dIruggists. Adv.
I-e---That girl is irrosistible.
Shec-She certainly' advances in
mass formiat ion.
TRY DARKENING YOUR GRAY
HAIR WITHOUT DYES
Shampoo your hair and scalp each
mornIng for about a week withn Q-Blan
Hlair Color Restorer. If your hair Is
gray, streaked with gray, prematurely
gray or faded, brittle, thin or falling,
all your hair wvill then be beautifully
Clarkened and to such a natural, even
:lark shado no one would suspect that,
you had appllied Q-Blan. Q-Blan is no
lye, perfectly harmless, but makes all
your hair soft, fluffy, thick, with that
ustrous dark shimmer which makes
tour hair so fascinating. Big bottle
lent prepaid or sold by druggists for:
i0c. Address Q-Blan Laboratories, Mem
A woman seldom talks t~o herself.
The just has to rest occasionally.
General Roofing Man,
World's largest nmanufcturrs
- cap r 600for twelve.
BitWN & WIL
IURY AN SALIATES
ay'8 Work! Clean You' Is !
"Dodson's Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and, w49iQIt
feel fine and vigorous by n okitioi
want you to go back to the to*
get your money. Dodson's Live T
is destroying the sale of caloniel bpt
cause it Is real liver mediciae; 4edtio
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot' sliat'.
vate or make you sick.
I guarante' that one spoonful of'
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your sig.
gish liver to work and clean your bow
ele of that sour bile and constipated.
waste which Is clogging your system
and makihg you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver'
Tone will keep your entire family feel
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It i harmless; doesn't gripe,
and they like its pleasant taste.-Ad.'.
MIL o IC.
arla, Chill. and P ever. Also'
ag Tonic. 0e and $1.00 at all Drog Stoem
"Shall I go over your face again?"
ashed the barber.
"I don't mind your going over it,"
replied the nan in the chair, "but
please don't go under the skin like
you did the first time."
Why That Lame Back?
Morning lameness, sharp twinges
when bending, or an all-day back
ache; each is cause enough to sus
pect kidney trouble. Get after the
cause. Help the kidneys. We
Americans' go it too hard. We
overdo, overeat and neglect our
sleep and exercise and so we are
fast becoming a nation of kidney
sufferers. 72% more deaths than
in 1890 is the 1910 census story.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills. Thou.
sands recommend them.
A South Carolina Case
John M. Wilson, . "Every e.
F. D. No. 1. Traveler's luretells
Rest, S. C.. H a y s:
my kidneys and I had
awful ai)s In my
back. steadily got
worse and was terri
bly annoyed by scald
ing and too frequent
passages of the kid
ney secretions. Rheu
rnatic pains in My hips
kept me awake and
my ankles and feet
swelled. I had awful dizzy spells, too.
Donn'1 i ctiney Pills restored me to
Got Doan's at Any Store. 50 a Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Nothing gives such quick relief from
neuralgia, sciatica or rhenmmatism s
Ynger' Liniment. It atops pain end
allays the inflammation instantly.
YAG ER' S
The greal exlernal pain alloslaf or
T Etal t ~IoxIro
At all dealers--An eight
ounc~e bottle for 2.5,c.
Preparedi by otSe
GILBER T BROS. & Co.. Inc.
Every Woman Wants
FOR PERSONAL hYGIENE
Dissolved ia water for douches stops
pelvic catarrh, Ulceration and inflam.,
snation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinkhamn Med. Co. for ten years.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
sore throat and sor, eyes. Economical.
~i54 and sencipo.
als that last
For sale by dealers
at reasonable prices
f Roojing and flullintg Papers
E"The Snuff That
cla are Good for Premiumis.
pply you, Bend us 5c for a i% oz.
LIAMSONI TOBACCO CO.,
WINS'TON-SAJAM. N. C.