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txprised to Find Her
self Feeling So Well
xsaton,Mass. - "I used to have pains
ifrny bauck and legs so badly, with other
troubles that women
sometimes have that
my doctor ordered
me to stay in bed a
week in every month.
It didn't do me much
- good,soone day after
talking with a friend
who took Lydia E.
ble Compound for
about the same trou
bles I had, I thought
I would try it also.
Z &nd that I can work in the laundry all
.uu h the time and do my housework,
ilo, t month I was so surprised at
* nvelf to be up and around and feeling
-m. while before I used to feel com
mtuy liteless. I have told some of the
. ho work with me and have such
q Ala- -cry Lydia E. Pinkham'sVego
,tabk tnma pound, and I tell them how it
haviped me. You can use ma' testi
'nnial for the good of others.' -Mrs.
.1A.EB SILvM, 69Grant St., Taunton,
c"s tbe same story-one friend telling
vamother of the value of Lydia E. Pink.
1amui'sa Vegetable Compound.
'I R forty years Sloan's Liniment
fiss been the quickest relief for
swtralgia, sciatica and rheuma
-afst, ?imI muscles, lame backs, sprains
atmnd strains, aches and pains.
Ke e'p Sloan's handy and apply freely,
-aryawat rubbing, at the first twinge.
It eases and brings comfort surely
aftnd readily. You'll find it clean and
Soam's Liniment ia pain's enemy.
Makj yur neighbor.
At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1.40.
'The torture of skin itch
willquicky borolieved b
t: pplying before retiring.
. pudesFamily Remedies.
3M ESCOL05 - LA GRIPPE
r.u 4AFburs ,tL'. in 3 Auf
t CSCAA QUININE
S rN5JA1~T4 remedy world over. ilcmand red tae
As Auf nonge,-10 e'.,
W. H. un1.1. coswe'AI Umrr1
Tou'I Smile Too
4012 you know the Comfort
.and Easy Stretch
&zaranteedoneYear-Pfice 75$ ."/d
Ask Your Dealer D. -'2, hm ed.1
Aret nosubsitutes-ook for namne on buckies
"iask thlawI~ ch~rk."
WD1fTHER, QUICK! GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S BOWELS
'a a stl ehild loves. the "fruity"
Gr.ste of "Onihlfornhia lIg Syrup.' If the
Mte trn'hme Is coalted. oir if your child
Q~s f~stues, -crosns, feveiish,. full of s'ohll,
*ei fhs c'one, a teaspioonsful wvill never
ed o open the howels. lii a few
Aiinceh yo~u canD see for youriiself huw
''afhIghily it works aul the conusiii.
tl''r pois~m, soutr bile and waste from
gNie tesider, little bowels iand gives you
Vig; Sy'rup" hiand~y. They knotw at ten,
spotdui today saSves a sick child to
atrcow. Ask your druggIst for geniuln
'"Ofifhwnlar l"Ig Syrup'" which hias udi
-gmfI4PJs for habileis anid 'hil d reni of al
-mer *; irited on bo41ttle. ,Iot her! Y1
-atuLa imy "('lior na" or1 yo)u miay ge.
ea r a '.ttoni Jig syrup.-Adv&'eriiseent
"T2rimn1 iltle crnft. thaut wife of your':
'am maniil." "Crauft ? We'JI, she's
*3a'evnu cutter. anywny."
- Sure Relief
! .8?nd'25 Panekade.. nv,where
Material in New Form Is Sup
plied by Manufacturers.
Fabric Closely Resembles Georgette
Crepe and Urepe de Chine; Woven
The cotton (ress is to renew its pop
ularilty, writes at ('rils fashIon curre
8)l otient. Its re-entry as a really fush
iiaible costumne has been prepared for
by 1n1111facturers of cotton fabrics
who have hriagli( out cotton crepes
alid otle.r sleer truterails so beauti
fully woven tht Ihey closely reseolble
georgette. cre'(pe andl crepe die chinies.
White cottons have woven emnbroidiered
in alter, the well-known French
tiinul act ii rer of cotton 1111(1 wool aist
tertIs, is ftiltturing for 1922 cotton
('repes, voiles, liques, batistes and
linen embroilered either in matching
orcon'trlstiug colors. A white mate
rial may ta''y an1 embroidered pattern
in several colors. An example is one
of his most lIteresting fabrics, white
organdina--a flne cotton crepe which
las it IlbraIl iesign worked out in three
liflertit tria lIs. The ilowers are emn
liridered in color's, the stems In black
1111l tle leaves fin gold thread. The
use of black' threads interiningled in
colored designs is one of Itodler's most
frequent ('mih) nuations.
Svlss muslin, with its shower of
dots, Is always a favorite with the
American wouinn, although made little
of by the I'arislenne. It hts lost none
of its prestige in this country, and we
see It in myriads of wondert'ul shades
ranlging frotn pale grays and mauves
LATEST IN EVENING GOWNS
T! n e
ac over . wh i crepe show the m
e i nto of t e ho s
WThine edge eAninishedo wupltn
lae ovr wHite reeshowake o
itwilme orn hegnn con easoth
Thred bod isttrawtve baosetltes wit
rboae nastrels adreso rs rm
Wih dges All Finished, Supplingit
Own Ling, Reually andmsaral
tuesvfor home ressmaker.
ThenI i, toot libboIs come iin uch 5ilo ively
andciIigg musulS color in14s and idgeisign
thcat ' u u ul gii' l .i i it ' or frng i'l)
~t fr andlci 4! ahte coisstat maua tes
ehdrbo es altiiable it dresi upe the
Own iIng of 111 y gan nts. s roethlls a
coaentwiolli e le it tin iai'n,3
ttriti deluu coeorig athe dslignsbi
wtht ialsdeep ordr f'reos iiibreiiiiclio
cadd ibon i~ishhti g n i thettm
fronit edges, iand If flared sleev'es are
used, tile edlges of the sleeve linting,
Ilitandlsomeit brot'nded~ r'ibbons are'4 ef
fe'ctive In thle dev'eiopmecnt of ves~tees,
wa11istcoaflts5 and othler dr~ess9 ai(ccssorles,
A graceful dinne0r gowno receuntly
see'n, in whleh ribbon played a part
was5 of Amlean(ii Iheauity cliIfon cul
wIth riioundi niecik, short sleves and
strighit skirt wIth casende dIrapery
ait onie sidec. (ihl an d b~lack bro~endet
ibbloni wats uised to) formt Iwo fr'on
painels rea('inig firom the skIrt hena
to the bust5 lIne, and a girdle of rlbboi
was c'aught abiout thei waist and( fa!
tti anen siden twa ianna of tilenti
CHIC HAT FOR SPRING WEAR
Large petals of braid form the
crown of this hat and, with the taffeta
facing and long straight - feathers
drooping far below the shoulder, it
becomes a creation suitable for either
the tailored suit or the formal gown.
to the brightest greens, blues and reds.
There are dots of all sizes, but the
medium and small-sized dots promise
to hid greatest favor.
The colors introduced into organdies
were taken from the silk color card.
The shades are so wonderfully pro
duced that it is diflicult to imagine
them tin a cotton material--rather do
they give the appearance of thin silks.
This is especially true of the stamped
organdles. which may be procured in
floral, geometrieal and block designs.
Those in floral patterns are remi
niscent of old-fashioned silk damasks.
CRAVATS FOR STREET SUITS
Separate Collar of Soft Material
Crosses in Back and Is Knotted
in Center Front.
.Jenny shows in her new collection a
most original eravast amiade to be worn
with her street suits. This separate
collar Is of soft material, goes around
the neck, crosses in the back and is'
knotted in the center front with
st reamers while fall to the knees.
'i'heir embrotlered end(s hang dowi he
seats tie cont. In color the craVat
tiiniionizes with the tone of the suit,
thigh in tlianuy Instances it is of
hlIaick Velvet or belge satin. One can
imagine how miclh tihle basre atnd un
becoming nelck line of a Coat, worn
aver the preailling iaten is )louse, is
relieved by this separate high collar.
.Jenny emphasizes the draped gown,
cleving tlie unusual by placing a,
pocket at hte side of every skirt where
the drapery fastens. In this pocket is
ia chic linen handkerclef matching in
color the touch of embroidery on the
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
Smallrt new blou~ses are of dimnity,
I rilsnsisd wvith giuighsam.
Ths fasvorsite house dresses are
laist ofi It'rea.iiles and1 5111 plaio chieckedl
TFrimJ~inlig oni tihe new siprig coats1
anest li rps is derbilodily vsaried, bsrsads
a5ndl embihroien r s bselig muchl ussedl,
with I apihsisiite work ailsos faivorted.
Thels skirtt tha21t is seveni tos nine
ichess froms th Ise gromussil is short
enou'sgh for comforIti, titil thait seemns
to lbt thle genera';lly ap5i)prve lenigthi.
liast w i iiitih inein-sized (crowns,
iashion d itoI fit thei hseai snugly, sand
bimiss of msedhnuii idsth aisre two (if
Ite style' recommaenidaitin for sp'ring,
a is lie brui n t hat Is narrower in thle
bsaik thsan its the front promises to be
3 DRESS FABRIC
honi dIrooping over the cascade side
dra'spery of enliffon.
USE FOR THE SILK SCRAPS
Remnants May Be Worked into New
Crazy Quilt; Old Cover May
Most of us have bureau drawers full
of gsayly coloredi silk scraips that we
haste to throw away, butt that are
hasrdlly lairge enloulgh for real use. Why
not maske a crsizy tquilt ? The old
fashiloned (ones aire comsplicated in de
sign, but a most eff'ective result is
obttained bsy mnerely usinig squatre
bslocks oIf color, with osccatsionally twvo
scraps sewed together for stripes.
TVhese bloeks should lie about flye
iches Ins dlasneter. FItasier than' msaking
a separaste cov'iet and1 thlen lining it, is
to take ai 01(1 quilt and~ mnerely
feaitherst itch the paitches In heauvy
bslack silk right onto the quIlt. Use
plini black for the r g 'erse side anid
add1( n blauck border of (lie same wiidth
as the lock of color.
Foi- Home M~illiner.
Thie home millIner hais a varIed as
sortment of materials to select from,
tamd with the aild of the crowns, brims
i and bansdings she liss little 'diflculty
ini prodluclig a ismajrt chiapeau, Iland
1 5some headed os spanugled effects arte
t laeing sl *wn. The jet and Cut Steel
head combihinaitionis are especlally ef
Ikectlve. Thelin there is the CcI~iophanie
fahrilC.somiethinig now. This fabric
copyrigltt, 18'L6, % uatien Newspaper u nion.
A creature not too bright or good
/ For human nature's daily food;
For translent sorrows, simple wiles,
p Praiso, blame, love, kisses, tears and
Some of the nicest marinalades,
fruit butters and preserves may be
made in winter, a
glass or two at a
r. time, from fruits
which are inex
pensive at this
- With Raisins.
Pare and slice six
tart apples and wash and seed one
half pound of tine raisins; chop them,
id one-quarter of a pound of nut
mets, chopped not too tine. Mix all
the ingredients and place over the
fire with just enough water to keep
from urning and cook slowly for three
quarters of an hour, then add one
pound of brown sugar and cook until
;hick. Put into glasses and seal.
Spiced Prune Marmalade.-Take one
pound of prunes, soak and simmer for
n hour i the water in which they
ere soaked over night. Remove the
pite and cut the prunes into small
pieces. Return to the heat with the
liquid. Add one cupful of vinegar, one
ind one-half cupfuls of sugar and one
alf teaspoonful each of cinnamon and
cloves. Simmer until thick. This Is a
llellous accompaniment to roast
Polychrome Conserve.-Take one
half pound each of dried prunes,
evaporated peaches and apricots ; soak
and simmer until very tender, then
put through a sieve. Orate the peel
from an orange, add the juice and one
half pound of seeded raislns, one
quarter of a cupful of nutsuents and
one and one-quarter pounds of sugar.
Chop or cut fine the nutmeats and aim
mer altogether until rich sund thick.
The mixture may be cooked for ten
iminutes before adding the sugar; un
less it is carefully watched it will
burn easily after the sugar is added.
Harlequin Marmalade.-Take one
medium-sized pineapple, three oranges.
Bie and oue-half plints of water, four
Lulpfuls of sugar, three tablespoonfuls
of 1blanched almonds. Wash the or
nitges and cut into small pieces, remov
lng the seeds; let stand with tile wa
ter overnight, conk until tender, then
add the pineapple; sImmer for twenty
minutes. mid the sugar and cook for
half nil hour, adding the nuts ten 111111
lutes before it has conked the required
timle. A few cherries added make a
very charming color.
Does the way seem far to go?
Longest lane to turn is tending,
Roughest road repays your mending,
Darkest pa'h has brihtest ending;
Sing a bit as you are wending,
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS
Thlose w~ho finid tile ordlinary baked
,wnns hard11 to digest wIll enjoy
Beans. -Solk a1
cupful of dried
11i1m1 heanls inl wau.
4 ter over night.
-~fI;1li im11i Ini tile morning
-- 1I.IIlJ.U drain and1( cover
ter and1( whien cool repeat the process
on1ce mlore, Slip off the sklis '1and(
lilace the beans in a baking dIsh, add
ing salt, 11epperi, anid c'over with scald
ing milk. Cover thle dish 'ands bake
slowvly for two hours. When~u tile milk
Is aill ab~sorhled, renmove the cover anld
diot withtl hits of butter and1( leaive un1
covered ut il a dlel icate - brownl.
Serve in tile baking dIsh.
Fig Marmalade.-After washling one
pound1( of .pulled figs, soak thlem over
night, then cut fine- anid puit over tile
fire, withl tile water in which they
were soalked ; cook until very tenlder,
adding tile rindl of a lemon andi two
ounces of candied or preserved gin.
ger, thlen stir in tile lemon juice from
one lemon, and two cupifuis of sugar ;
simmer agini until thIck, Pour into
Pr'une Souffle.-Pult two culpfla of
prunes cooked andl stoned thlrough a
colainder. lleat the whites or thrnee
eggs to a stiff froth, ndid four table
spoonfuls of sugar amnd tihe prunes.
Pour ilto a well-gr-eased putddling dsh
and set In a dish of hlot water inl a
mloderlate oven. IRake until the pusd
dling sets. Serve sprinlkled with
Oysters With R ice.--Line buttered
ramekins withl hotJed' seasoned rice ;
cook ai pint of' oysters until their edlges
curl, chop rathler coarsely, .Sealson with
salt and pepper and~ mloisten with the
oy-ster liquor. IBrush *ithi mel;te'
butter and Ret In a hot OVeni to iron. a,
Raisin Drop Cakes.--Take threp
fourths oifa cupful of butter, one cuip
fiul of sugar, one egg, onie teaspo'onful
of soda, one-half cupful of hot cof
fee, .three cupfuls of flour, three tea
spoonfulls of baking piowdler, a little
salt, one tens~poonlful of vanilla, one
lpftuJ of citron, raisins and wluts~lt
mixed. Prepare as 11usal an drop
by spoonfuls on lmtteredl sheet. Rlke
in a moderate ovenl.
Cottage Pineapple Salad--Take
equal parts of cottage cheese and
dratined shredded pineapple. Add
cream to tile cheese to season, as well
as salt, and a hit' -a t'htr, if needed.
Mold into halls and pile on lettuce,
(mnenl with rend cherries.
STANDS OFF A LOT OF DOCTOR BILLS
Recommends Pe~ru-na for Catarrh of the Stomach,
Colds and Brip
heartiry used Pe-ru-na for several years and can
heartily recommend for fatarrh of the stomach or
entire system. I always get benefit rorn It for colds
and srp. Itstands oif lots of doctor bills and maces
one fol like a new person." .
R. F". SUTTLms3,
A. F. D. No. 3, Box 61, Waynesburg, Kentucky.
It is wise to keep a bottle of Pe-ru-na in the
house for emergencies. Coughs and colds may
/ .. -usually be relieved by a few doses of Pe-ru-na
taker in time. Nasal catarrh, indigestion, co-.
stipation, diarrhoea, rheumatism or other
troubles due to a catarrhal condition of the
- mucous membranes all call for Pe-ru-na as
the successful treatment. The health build
ing, strength restoring qualities of this well
known remedy are especially marked after a,
protracted ickness. the grip or -Spanish Flu.
PE-RU-NA is Justly proud of its record of
fifty years as health protector for the whole
TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERYWHERE
FCHEEK-NEAL COFFEE CO.
Ho)% mnlly towl mien would like to
'(n "bick to the soil" If sure of $10 a
SHE 10 L KS will
8O WELL ,
OKI o Ut emov thas, hai,n4
See the rich, red blood, the sign _______________
of health, showing in her
lovely cheeks. E4A&NU OI
I maia treatns tis d lli salve rVue w l itor
the throaFschea and une h rs i eereIk
Sore women have naturally euti-s
fu complexions that tell you there is P
plenty of 'richness in their blood. Tbeir
figures become well formed, supple,
roune, and graceful. Those are the
resul1ts of rich, red blood(, and plenty 60.sjlasf meut pJI
of it. There is no need ot being thin
and1 scrawny fromu 1)oor1 blood. Get a .*
few bottles of Gude's Pepto-Mangan
take It with your meals' for a few thrdrC..Fmne'HflWyeso.O
weeks. It wIll give you lety of redW.
blood. Oy building up the blood, you
give the entire system a cance to re- Fr t CL S
store itself naturally, and that brintgs wrhwie
natural bloom and beauty and all the
effects anod joys of good health, Get
Gudle's l'epto-Mangan at youir drug- DE E KRDES
gist's it liquid om' tablet form. Adver- SW AE AN DRP IS
-- m lsg in love doesn't lower an ego
tIst's oiiona of himself. Ec akg f"~ann ~e o
Cuticura Soothes Baby Rashes . krs ass otsokns waes
That itch and bui'n, by hot baths cvig r i t tevethn
of C mtleura Soap followed by gentle itri if sh e i ts neery lee .
anointings of Cuticura Ointment,.efc ot yigi ueleas ~a
NothIng better, purer, s'.eeter, espe- 10( Jysaeganttiotosp,
cially if a little of the fragrant Cuti- jfdsra rrn elyu*dugs
cura Talcum is dusted on at the fin- whtetemaralyuihtodes
Ish. 25c each.-Advertisement. tno ic od.-detenm
No girl appreciates a lover who is Ilwilsreatowerottth
unable toohnldshisown.npcketu first
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Acep oly"Bye" aag iM ot s kep ar ofaer's rctont
I~ady"flye" ore o 12talesAl tie ofn4aende C0rou istsaorPn
4aptt Isth trdestak f beManfatre toft Mcetadodesr of are, il elloeth
cboing brak ongstin ad pomoe rstfl eeep