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Te Other. How They Were
Carried Safely Through
Change of Life.
Durand, Wis.-"I am the mother of
fdrteen choldren and I owe my life to
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. When Iwas
45 and had the
Change of Life,
a friend recom
mended it and it
gave me such relief
from my bad feel
ings that I t9ok
several bottles. I
am now well and
healthy and recom
mend your Comliound to other ladies."
-Mrs. MARY RIDGWAY, Durand, Wis.
A Massachusetts Woman Writes:
Blackstone, Mass. - " My troubles
were from my age, and I felt awfully
sick for three years. I had hot flashes
often and frequently suffered from
pains. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and now am well."
-Mrs. PIERRE COURNOYER, Box 289,
Such warning symptoms as sense of
suffocation,hot flashes,headaches, back
aches,dread of Impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, spatks before the eyes, irregu
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weakness and dizziness, should be heeded
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What She Had Forgotten.
The check which the comely young
German woman handed In at the win
dow of a savings bank the oth 'er day
was ade payne to Gretchen h e.
Schidt and OKt ha(l indorse it simu
ply "Gretchen cheidt." rhe inin t
the receiving teller's ntdow called
her back to rectify the 'mistatke just
as she was turning away.
"You on't deposit this quite this
way," he explained. "See, you have
forgottei the ah."m
"The yorg woman looked at her
check and then blushed a rosy red.
ouAc, so I lin," she murmured, and
He-You iny brag of your father'
farming, but what did lie knowv about
live stock? Now, there wasn't any
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DESSERTS F9R HOT DAYS.
He knows not his own strength who
has not met adversity.-Ben Johnson.
Our critics and failures are our best
The iced dishes made of buttermilk
or sour milk, egg, fruit juices and sug
ar, frozen as any ice
cream, are most. accept
able for a change during
the hot weather and
inany like the flavor,
finding them more agree
able than the Heiher ice
----- a pint each of raspber
eri, and currants, canned
fruit will do. Put the
fruit through a sieve and addi a sirup,
of sugar and water, using a cupful of
sugar to two of water; cool and adA
to the strained juice. Freeze as usual;
serve with a garnish of preserved or
Rice With Raspberry Sauce.-Cook
rice and mold in a hollow mold. Turn
on to a platter and surround with rasp
berry sauce, or jam or the fresh ber
ries well mixed with sugar.
Raspberry Whip.-It is wise to pre
pare berries for this dish in their sea
son. Simply mash them and mix with
an equal bulk of sugar, then put in
sterile jars and seal. Keep in the
ice chest or on the floor of a cool cel
lar. Take a cupful and a half of the
crushed berries and "beat with two
egg whites until stiff enough to stand
in shape. Serve in high glasses with
a soft custard. If fresh berries are
used, add a cupful of powdered sugar
to a cupful and a half of berries.
Raspberry Bavarian Cream.-Talce
a cupful and a half of sifted rasp
berry pulp and juice and the same
amount of heavy cream, a cupful of
sugar, if fruit is fresh, an( a table
spoonful of gelatin, a tablespooniul of
lemon juice and a fourth of a cupful
of water in which the gelatin was
softened. Stir in the fruit juices with
the gelatin until it begins to thicken.
Whip the creai and fold it in, pour
into a mold that has been lightly
greased with olive oil. Chill five hours
and serve with a garnish of fresh ber
ries or jam.
. Angel Food With Berrles.-Cut an
gel food in squares, cover with sweet
ened crushed herries. top with whipped
cream, and serve well chilled. This is
such a simple dessert and yet most
tasty. Sponge cake may be used in
the place of angel food.
You will realize the vision (not the
idle wish) of your heart, be it base or
beautiful, or a mixture of both, for
you will always gravitate toward that
which you secretly love. Into your
hands will be placed the exact results
of your own thoughts; you will receive
that which ,ou earn, no more, no less.
Whatever your present environment
may be, you will fall or rise with your
own thoughts, your vision, your ideal.
You will become as small as your con
tr'olling desire; as great as yPour domi
nant aspiration.-James Allen.
At the Palace of Sweets one finds
many new temlpting dlishes that can
be0 easily prepared at
home. The hanana split
01' hanana royal is one
of these. Split a well
r'ipened banana in) two
and liace on a chilled
plate, on the top of the
fruit put a layer of va
nilla lce cream and over
this a little finely chopped 01' grated
pineapple, a few chopped almonds and1(
lastly a spoonful of w"hipped cream
garnished with a chlerry.
Walnut Deiight.-Scald a pint of
sweet milk with two level talejspoon
fuls of cornstarlch ; add one-half cup
ful of sugar and1( cook until the starch
is well (10ne. Beat one egg until light,
stir into the slightly cooled custardl
then addl a half cupful of chopped
walnuts and a half teaspoonful of v'a
nilla. Pour into mxoldis and1( allow to
set. When ready to serve, garnish
with two or three toasted marsh
Marshmallow Glace.-Make a sirup
of a cupful of sugar anld one-half cup
full of water, add ten marshmallows
andi allow them to melt. Stir and if
too thick add a little hot water to
make a sort of piate; flavor with va
n1111a and set aside to cool. Make a
second sirup of a cupful of sugar and
a half cupful of water, wvhen well dlie
solved mix a little of the sirup wvith
three teaspoonfuls of cocoa ; stir into
the sir'up and1( mhelt the cocoa. Put
portions of vanilla ice cream in slher..
het cups, pour11 over some of the
mnarshmmallow mnixtur~e and1( ever all tihe
hot chocolate sirup. Serve immedi
Chartreuse of Jelly.-Remove the
center from at roundl sponge cake, leav
ing an inch at the bottomi and sides.
Into this pour any flavored gelatin
jelly when it is just ready to set,'
Serve withl a cover of swyeetened aind
flavored whipped cream and with ai
garnish of fresh f uits.
.Custards, with ocoanut are deli
cious. Ptit the o tard in the cups,
-t10n over the top t a generous table
bP06nful of fresh ated cocoanut and
~ rting of orang peiel. A little inore
mfr ill be no ed in this custard.
A Almosnit I reases the bulk.
SALADS FOR HOT DAYS.
To grow a little wiser day by day,
To School my mind and body to obey,
To keep my inner life both clean and
To free my life from guile, my hand
To shut the door on hate and scorn
To open then to love .the windows
During the hot days we eliminate
as much heat from the house as possi
b11l0 antd the thinking
housewife . remembers
that foods produce heat,
and those which give off
the minimum are the
foods to serve (luring the
The one who reduces
the heat-producing foods,
starch, fat and sugar,
and replaces them with
foods not rich in these
elements, will be better fitted to en
dure the weather without overheat
ing the - system.
. ggs, cheese, fish, in combination
with various vegetables served !n the
place of meat are most attractive and
Some vegetables are richer in the
proteld element than others; peas,
beans and lentils are the nearest to
meat of any vegetable.
Roquefort Salad.-Prepare crisp
head lettuce and arrange on individ
ual plates. Prepare a salad dressing
of a tablespoonful of vinegar to three
of oil, a half teaspoonful of salt, a
few (lashes of red pepper; doubling
this portion as needed. Cream a
tablespoonful of roquefort'cheese and
add to the dressing, beaten well to
blend, with an egg beater.
Cheese Jelly Salad.-Mix a half cup
fiul of good Ilavored cheese with a cup
ful of whipped cream ; add salt and
pepper to season and a teaspoonful
of gelatin dissolv.ed in three-fourtlis
of a cupful of water. Mold in one
large or in individual molds. Cover
each mold with grated cheese when it
begins to hardai. Serve with French
dressing to which grated cheese has
been added, as well as a tablespoon
ful of catchup.
Nearly all fruits have acids and
salts in solution which are cooling,
and that have tonic properties. A
fruit salad is a most gratifying one
to serve on a hot day; it serves as a
salad and as a dessert. With the ad
dition of a few nuts it will also be
Slice tomatoes, small ones, in
halves, sprinkle with choppr green
peppers and onion and sei ) with
SALADS AND SANDWICHES.
If we do our best, if we do not mag
nify trifling troubles; if we look reso
lutely, I do not say at. the bright side
of things, but at things as they really
are; if we avail ourselves of the mani
fold blessings which surround us; we,
cannot but feel that life is indeed a'
glorious inheritance.--Sir John Lub
Salads anti sandwiches seem the
most appropriate foods to serve for
tihe light supper or re
freshmients on a hot (day.
, - . St. Regis Saiad
WVash a pair of sweet
breads and drop with a
I s ibuy leaf into boiling wva
U ter', simmer unltil tender,
-~ then chilil by putting in
to cold water and cut in
bits, removing all the mnembrane.
Take equal parts of finely-cut celery
and mix with the sweetbreads; add
a handful of blanched almonds, cut
ill shreds. Wainuts may be used, but
they are more difficult to nianch. Cut
in halves, a cupful of Malaga grapes,
remioving the seeds, add mayonnaise
dressing which hus been mixed with
a little wvhipped cream, Mix all the
ingredlients and arriange on individualn
plates in lettuce leaves, Garnish with
stuffed olives, sliced., This will serve
eighlt persons amply.
Fruit and Pepper Salad--Cut in
dice a small bunch of celery, enough
to make three cupfuls; add four mle
dium-sized apples andl a call of pine
apple, 011e can of red peppers and one
sweet, green pepper, chlopped. Mix
lightly with mayonnaise dressing and
serve in green pepper cups or in
halves of lemons, These may be
saved for the purpose wvhen making
lemonade. Tile green peppers may
be0 cut, leavinlg ai small handle like a
Olive and Celery Sandwlchee.
Chop separately in a chopping bowvl
an1 equal qulanltity of stuifed olives,
(the kind stuffed withl pimientos) ail
tender celery. Mix and moisten with
sufficient mayonnaise dr'essing to
spreadl easily. -Putt on biuttered brlead
and cut in ally desired form.
Poppy Seed Salad..-Place head i(et
tulce, w~eil crisped and drained, Onl tihe
salad plates; sprinkle with grated
sage cheese.. Itoast until well
browned in a half cupful of poppy
seeds and sprinkle over with salad.
Serve withl French dressing.
A tart apple chopped with equal
quantities of southern onion served on
lettuce ,with any good dressintg is a
most tasty salad,
ROLE WAS FORCED ON DADDY
Really Had No Desire to Act as Fa
ther to the Girl, but He Had
The dowagers and chaperons whis
pered their surprise that so young and
so Pretty a girl should have devoted
herself the whole evening to a man so
much her senior. True he danced
well enough and was known as a man
of many millions. Still they had never
thought Meta mercenary.
hIalf way through the evening the
couple disappeared onto a balcony. The
girl sat down and the man stood gas
lag down at her. Without the slight
est warning he asked lier to be his
wife. le was a widower, as she knew.
"I wanted to please you," she said,
"but did not expect this."
"It is the unexpected that happens,"
he said with a smile.
"I'm sorry," she said, "and I'm glad
tat the sain time. I have been trying
to make you like me."
"I like you so much, as a father-"
"Thanks," lie interrupted ; "I'm not
"Of course not. But I came here
solely to meet and be Introduced to
you. Why? Because hist night I
married your son."
Dr. Peery's "DEAD SHOT" is an effeotive
medicine for Wormus or Tapeworm in adults
or children. One dose is suffolent and no
supplemental purge necessary.-Adv.
"Please, kind lady," said the way
fairer, "t ain't hiad a bite to eat in 24
"You are just the man I'm looking
for," replied the lady of the house.
"My husband gathered a mess of mush
rooms this morning, and I want to
make sure' they are not toadstools,
Just wait a moment and I'll brinV you
a dish of them."
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The . Old Standard Grove's Tasteles
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the wel
known tonic properties'of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives oul
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Buildi
up the Whole System. So cents.
"Don't bother me. I need rest nix
quiet. I'm a nervous wreck."
"What's the matter, pa? Anythiin
gone very wrong at the oflice today?"
"I should say so. I had to call. tw(
people on the telephone today."-De
troli Free Press.
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"Somne peop~le consult fortune tell
era about investments."
"Yes." replied Mr. D~ustin Stax. "But
I can't see any sense to the system,
A fortune teller who could give reli
able advice would quit wor~k and get
rich playing her own Information."
"I call the little girl I'm sweet otn
my Dotty Dimples."
"Well, if she's sweet on you, she's
the (dotty lirt, aill right."
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