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aches, bow miserable and uncomfort
able you are from constipation, indiges
tion, biliousness and slugelsb bowels
you always get tho desired results
r Don'l let Jour stOEiach, liver and
bowels make you miserable. Take
Cascarets to-night; put an ce. to (he
headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerv
ousness, sick, Eour. gassy stomach,
backache and all other distress;
clcanro your Inside orcans of all the
bile, gases and constipated matter 1
hlch is producing the misery.
A 10-cent box means health, happl
ness and a clear head for months.
No more days of gloom and distress
If you will take a Cascaret now and
then. All stores sell Cascarets Don't
forget the children their little ln
sldes need a cleansing, too. Adr.
And many a woman who Is short of
breath Is long of tongue.
To Fortify The System Against Orip
whea Gnp Is prevalent LAXATIVE I1ROMO
QU1N1NB should be Ukea. as this eonbinatloa
of Qirana with other Lasrediects. destrort
terms, acts ss a Tonic and Laxative and thai
keeps lb syttcm la condition to withstand
Colds. Crip and Inflseaza. There is onlr one
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ftatoxe oa boa. s$c
Three Catholic bishops are serving
as prirates In the French army.
Htd Ctom Itaz Bine, much better, goe
farUier than liquid bice. Get from any
The average walking pace of a
healthy man is TS steps a minute.
Dr. Merce's Pellets are best for liver,
lxrwels and stomach. One little Pellet for
a laxative three for a cathartic. Adv.
Greeks are supposed to be the best
bargainers In the world.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect It.
Hater warns yon when the track ef
atsdth is sot clear. Kidney sad bladder
trembles cause many annoying symptoms
sad great inconvenience both day and
aifht. , ,
Unhealthy kidneys may taute lambaft).
rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pain
r doll ache in the back, joints or mus
cles, st times have headache or indiges
tion, ss time passes yon may hare a sal
low eontplexion, puffy or dark circles
ender the eyes, ntnetime feel as thonzh
yon had heart trouble, may hare plenty
sf ambition but no strength, get weak
aad loee flesh. .
If such conditions sre permitted to
tootinoe, serious rttultl may be expect
td; Kioiey Trouble in its very worst
Isrm may steal upon you.
Prsvalcncy ef Kidney Disease.
Host peon's not Ttat the kra-
FECIAL HOTsTYon jnay
a eetita ta Dr. Kilmer Co.
to Prove the remarkable merit of this medicine. They wiu sj eena yon s ooo oj
rslosvbW information, eontemmg many of the thousands of grateful letter received
oa snea and women wno ssry iney ioibj uwu,u-w . ,.-...-. '"" -"-IVfcidaey.
Irrer snd bladder troubles. The value and neeee of Swamp-Hoot sre so
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fee Mnrlae after Ksnoanre la Cold.
Cuttlnc Winds and Dust. It Kestorra.
Refreshes and Promotes Ere Health.
Good for all Ees that Need Care.
Murine Eye Kemedy Co., Chicago,
aenas tye iiook on request.
Faint heart may win fair lad) with
a little assistance on her part
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add I oz. Bay Ram, a
small Imjx of Barbo Compound, aod H oz. of
slycerice. Apply to the hair twice a week
uotll It becomes the destrvd ha-le. Anydru?
gifl can put this up or you ran mix It at
home at very IttUe cost. It will gradually
darken ttrraked, faded frrsy hair, and re
moves dsndruD. It Is excelled for fallls?
hair and will mate harrh htireoft and glce.y
It will nut color the scalp, is not llh,!y or
greasy, snd docs sot rub oJ . Adv.
I-ove Is a dream, marriage is an
BIG EATERS HAVE BAD
KIDNEYS AND BACKACHE
Tskc a Glass of Salts at Once If Your
Back Is Hurting or Kidneys and
Bladder Trouble You.
The American men and women must
guard constantly against Kidney trou
ble, because we cat too much and all
our food is rich. Our blood is filled
with uric acid thich the kidneys
strive to filter out, they weaken from
overwork, become sluggish; the elimi
natlve tissues tlog and the result is
kidney trouble, bladder weakness and
a general decline in health.
When sour kidneys feel like lumps
of lead: jour back hurts or the urine
Is cloudy, full of sediment or you aro
obliged to seek relict two or three
times during the night; If jou suffer
with sick headache or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you have rheu
matism when the weather is bad, get
from your pharmacist about four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from tne acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llthta.
and has been used for generations to
Gush and stimulate clogged kidneys;
to neutralize tho acids In the urine so
it no longer is a source of Irritation,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive; cannot In
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-water beverage, and belongs In
every borne, because nobody can make
a mistake by having a good kidney
flushing any time. Adv.
And many a mushroom is a toad
stool In rllgul-
ing increase and remarkable preraleney
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are among the most common dis
eases that prevail, they are almost the
last recognized by patients, utho usually
content tkmulves unth doctoring tht
effects, while the original disease may
constantly undermine the system.
If yon feel that your kidneya are the
esnse of your sickness or run down con
dition, try taking Dr. Kil roar's Swamp
Root, the famous kidney, liver end blad
der remedy, because as soon as your kid
neys improve, they will help the other
orsans to health.
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what yon need, yon can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size 'bottles st all dsng stores.
Don't make any mutate but remember
the name. Dr. Kilmer's fiwamp-Root.
and the address Binghamton. N. Y, which
yon will find on every bottle.
When eggs are expensive it Is a
relief to find good things which usual
ly call for eggs,
ties. Cream one
cupful of butter
with one cupful of
sugar Dissolve a
teaspoonf ul of soda
In a cupful of sect milk and add to
the butter and sugar, then stir in six
cupfuls of rolled oats. Add a teaspoon
ful of erateil nntrjs. i half ten
spoonful of cinnamon, and a fourth
of a teaspoonful of cloves. Mix these
with a little flour, add a cupful of
raisins and sufficient flour to handle
Flour the hands and make Into cakes
the size of a silver dollar Hake in
a slow oven until brown. These are
cakes vthich keep well
Bread Sponge Cake. Take two cup
fuls of brown sugar, one cupful of
lard, three cupfuls of light bread
sponge, two cupfuls of seeded raisins,
tno cupfuls of flour, one tablespoon
ful each of cinnamon and allspice and
a half teaspoonful of cloves. Add a
teaspoonful of soda dissolved In one
half curful of coffee. Mix the Ingre
dients and let rise a half hour Hake
one hour In a slow oven. This will
make a large loaf or two small ones
Egoless, Butterless, Milkless Cake.
Boll together three minutes a cup
ful of sugar and water and a half cup
ful of lard, two cupfuls of raisins, an
eighth of a teaspoonful of grated
nutmeg, a teaspoonful of cloves and a
rlnch of salt When cool add two
cupfuls of Sour, a cupful of molasses,
a balf teaspoonful of baking powder,
a teaspointul of soda, dissolved In a
little water. Bake forty minutes This
makes a chewy cake which the chil
dren especially enjoy
Cream Splee Cake. Take a cupful
of sour cream, one cupful of brown
sugar, one teaspoonful of soda, a tea
spoonful of baking powder, a pinch of
salt, one fourth of a tablespoonful each
of ginger, allspice and cloves, ono-half
teaspoonful of cinnamon Stir with
flour to make a drop batter and bake
In a moderate oven.
GARNISHES FOR SOUP.
It Is often the tasty garnish which
takes the soup out of the common into
Almond Balls. Pound
a dozen almonds to a
fine powder Beat two
eggs light, season with
cilt imf vuini.r, A r flha
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. BlUJUiiua, udii a i;asiK.uij
ful of minced parsley
and three-fourths of a
cupful of flour sifted with a teaspoon
ful of baking powder. Mix and roll
Into very small balls and drop Into the
boiling soup to cook for five minutes
Marrow Balls. Take a piece of mar
row the size of an egg, add a cupful
of crumbs, moisten with cold water
add two eggs unbeaten and shape Into
small balls. Add to the boiling soup
and cook very gently two minutes
Croutons. Trim crusts from bread
and cut in half dice. Toast In the
oven and fry in deep fat. If toasted
In the oven, spread th etces with
butter before cutting in dies.
Egg Custard. Beat three ?sgs and
add half a cupful of highly seasoned
beef stock. Butter s small pan and
pour the mixture into It. Set the pan
in another of warm water and place In
a moderate oven for half an hour un
til the custard Is set. Cool and cut in
squares and add to the soup Just be
Egg Balls. Chop fine four hard
cooked eggs, add a teaspoonful of
chopped parsley, two tablespoonfuls ot
grated cheese, a cupful of lyead
crumbs and a 'pinch of saltwith a
dash of red pepper. Bindwith the
yolks of two eggs or a ha' cupful of
cream. Make Into tills, 'J-p In egg
snd crumbs, fry In deepifat and add
to the clear soup when ryady to serve
Soup Balls. Roll cacker crumbs,
mix with butter and make Into firm
balls the size of a marble. Drop In
the roup when reai.y to serve.
Quenelles. Takj small bits ot meat
finely chopped, mixed with crumb
and bound with :gg. shape Into balls,
dip in egg and crumbs and fry in deep
tat. Add to lbs soup when serving.
TAKEN FROM EXCHANGES.
Chile is bul'ding 203 miles of rail
road North Carolina last year produced
minerals allied at 13,73 J.63C.
Luxemburg covers 1,000 square
Biles anr" has a population ot 205,000.
Swltze-land spends more on relief
of poor than does any other country.
A government survey has resulted
in ranking the Yukon river In fifth
place unong the great streams of
The flank which is one of the cheat
cuts of meat Is very good when nicely
cooked. Take two ot
threo pounds, remove
tho tough skin and
spread the meat with a
w ell seasoned force
meat. using bread
crumbs, herbs, parsley,
minced onion and salt
and pepper. Itoll uc
and tie firmly to keep In shape. Have
ready a pint of mixed. vegetables, car
rots, onion, celery and turnip. Plawe
these in the bottom ot a shallow bak
Ing pan with the meat on top with Just
enough water to cover, add a blade of
mace and three or four cloves. Cov
er closely and cook lrni- for Isur
hours, basting the meat frequently
with tho liquor In the pan. When
done remove the meat and vegetables
to a hot dish and thicken the gravy
with browned flour. Strain the gravy
over the meat, removing the cloves
and mace before serving.
Sour Beef. This Is a good way to
treat tough beef. Take a pound and
a half of lean beef from the shin, cut
It in small pieces and roll in flour
Urown the meat In a little bacon fat.
then remove it and add to the same
fat two tablespoonfuls of flour, brown
this also, then add slowly two cupfuls
of water or stock and stir until boiling
hot. Put in the meat and cook slowly
for one hour, then add two onions, salt
and pepper to taste and finally a ta
blespoonful each of Worcestershire
sauco and vinegar Continue the
cooking until the meat Is tender
Sprinkle with chopped parsley and
Beef in Casserole. This is another
method of cooking meat that is in
clined to be tough Take two pounds
of the shin or round wipe it carefully
and lay In a casserole Cover with
a can of tomato, add two bav leaves
and salt and pepper to season Cook
in the oven for two hours Dish up
the meat, thicken the tomatoes with
flour and butter cooked together and
serve the meat with potato pancakes
The acid of the tomato softens the
tough fibers of the meat as does vln
Ink can bo removed from any fab
ric with trcsu milk if quickly applied
Blood spots an
woolen may be eas
ily removed by
rubbing the Spots i
wah dry starch
This absorbs tho
blood, and the
cloth when dry
may be brushed.
freeing the starch from the cloth
Before polishing a stove soap the
hands well with a good laundrj sojp.
Riling the nails with the soap then
dry and the bands will not be at all
stained when the black work Is done
A bar of laundry soap moistened
to a lather rubbed over the back of
the oilcloth that slips and slide-i .n
the table will keep It t'-m without
the use of tacks.
Salt shaker tops which have become
rusted on may be remoed by soak
ing the tops in a little ttnegar. The.
acid dissolves the rust and the tops
will then unscrew.
Cut hot gingerbread or cake with
a fork. This makes each piece light
and fluffy, whereas a knife used will
spoil tho cake, making a heavy streak
where It is cut.
Use a little kerosene In the clean
ing of windows, adding a teaspoon
ful to a pail of soapy water. Also use
It in cleaning the bathtub, kitihen
sink, linoleum, wash basin and the
rollers of the clothes wringer.
Newspapers may be used In many
ways to lighten work. Cut in small
squares and hang from a convenient
hook. Use the pieces to rub off the
stove, wipe out a greasy dlsb, or on
wMch to set a smoky kettle. They
save utensils In dressing chickens
and preparing vegetables, fruits and
nuts; the protect the sink -inln
if used to wipe out greasy dishes be
fore washing. If dampened and torn
In bits may be used to keep down
dust sweepings. When tightly twist
ed they make good kindling for Ares,
and good packing for a homemade
To keep a kitchen cookstove clean
an ordinary school eraser sprinkled
with kerosene Is a fine Improvement
over the brush which Just changes
the position of the dust.
New Jerrey factories employ mole
than 223.000 workers.
John Pease ot Phlppshurg. Jlc.. re
ceived un offer of $80 for one wheel of
sn old one-horse chaise, which origin
ally came from Peabody. Mass. The
wheel is all handmade and Is seven
feet one inch In diameter.
A book used In 1ST3 in Farmlngton,
Me,, reveals the fact that In Novem
ber ot that year, prices of beef ranged
from S cents to 19 cents, chicken, 15
cents; poik, 12 cents; lamb. 10 cents
to 12 cents; turkey, 17 cents.
URGE CLEANLINESS IN DAIRY
Mechanical Milker Admits No Dust 01
Dirt, but Must Be Kept Scru
Much is said ot the cleanliness ol
milk. Most people like to use a pail in
milking that baa as small an opening
as it is convenient to milk into. The
mechanical milker has no opening
that can admit dust or dirt Into the
milk except whero the milk Is taken
Into th'e tubes. These can be packed
with clean cotton if necessary, thus
preventing the cntranco of dirt or
But the milk taken into the ma
chines may be contaminated by the
dirt left in tho machine from the
former milking This makes It imper
ative that the milker be well cared for
The milk separator should receive
no more careful cleansing than the
miiKcr. Alter muhing u is a guuu i
plan to dip the teat cups in cool water i
and allow the machine to pump water
through the tubos All parts should be
scrubbed with a brush and washing '
soda and then rinsed The metal parts ,
nia bo w ell sterilized with steam and
the rubber parts kept suspended in a
solution of 11 pounds of salt and five
ounces of chloride of limp In 10 gal
Ions of water. The solution will have
to be changed every week, and it is
well to put In an extra ounce ot chlo
ride of lime every other day.
When proper care Is taken, extreme
ly clean milk can be gotten with the
milkers, some dairymen producing
certified milk with them, but on the
other hand. If no care is taken to keep
the machine clean It will prove to be
a collector of dirt.
DAIRYING ON BUSINESS BASIS
Farmers Must Use Milk Scales, Tester
and Record Book Keep Account
With Each Cow.
In order to put dairying upon a busi
ness basis every farmer needs to use
the milk scales, the tes'ar and the rec
ord book. Farmers roust rome to this
proposition and do a little simple book
keeping to know where they are.
Every successful business man has a
ledger to guide him in his transac
tions. Every dairyman needs to enter a
separate account with each of his cows
so that he may have an indicator to
tell him at the end ot the year Just
how much feed each has consumed,
the amount ot milk produced snd the
percentage it tests.
Too many farmers ot this country
are still keeping scrub cows, feeding
and milking them twice each day,
fourteen times each week snd sixty
times nacb month.
Place for the Fall Calf.
A clean, well-bedded place, well
lighted and well ventilated, is impor
tant for the fall calf. The calf pen
preferably should be on the south side
of the barn and in a part of the barn
where the temperature does not vary
much, and where there is no direct
Avoid Dairy Drudgery.
Do not make dairying or any other
farm work a drudgery. Milking cows
In the early morning, and late at
night, and doing a full day's work in
between during the day will eventual
ly drive the boys to the cities, and the
hired tnsa will lose Interest.
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Dirt Cannot Be Kept Out of This Pail
How It Comes That Indianapolis Lady
Is Unjustly Accused of Smok
ing Ccb Pipe.
Quite a number of Indianapolis peo
ple have cottages In Drown county, to
which they go to spend the week-end.
Among these are Mr. and Mrs II ,
who have a cozy log house on a hill-
sldo near Nashville. Mr. II Is fond
of a pipe, particularly of a cob pipe
The other day, having mislaid or lost
this solaco ot bis resting hours, he
called his boy-of all-work and said:
"Josh, go to the grocery and get me
a cob pipe. Well, get two while you're
at It and pick out good ones."
As Josh came out of tho grocery
with tho pipes in his hand, he was
hailed by a group of acquaintances:
"Hello, Josh, where did sou get them
".Mr. II sent me fur 'em."
"Sent fur two."
"Well, one of "em mus' be fer the
missus. Dinged If I knew before that
she smoked "
And now the news is abroad in the
Brown county hills that Mrs. II
smokes a cob ripe Indianapolis
Russian petroleum producers arc ex
periencing much inconvenience from a
scarcity of steel wlro rope.
THE NEWEST REMEDY FOR
BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM AND DROPSY
Kidney, Bladder and Urie Acid trou
bles bring misery to many. When
the kldness are weak or diseased,
these natural filters do not cleanse
the blood sufficiently, and the poisons
are carried to all parts of the body.
There follow depression, aches and
pains, heaviness, drowsiness. Irrita
bility, headaches, chilliness and rheu
matism. In some people there are sharp
i pains In the back and loins, distressing
madder disorders and sometimes obsti
nate dropsy. The uric acid sometimes
forms Into gravel or kidney stones.
When the uric acid affects the muscles
and Joints It causes lumbago, rheuma
tism, gout or sciatica. This Is the time
to send Dr. Pierce. Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y- 10c for large trial pack
age of "Anuric"
During digestion uric acid is ab
sorbed into the system from meat
QUITE A REGULAR ATTENDANT
John Inclined to Resent Insinuation
That He Habitually Stayed Away
"Whats that song thej're singing
" Rock of Ages.'"
" Rock ot Age3?' Well, that's the
Hrrt time I ever heard those words
to Rock of Ages.' and that's tho first
time 1 ever heard that .tune to It.
Must be something new. Nice win
dow they got there, ain't it?'
"Ye-ees, I should say it Is'"
"I don't think I'll care much for
your new preacher don't like his col
"Well, I don't! And I don't like the
way he sajs 'ldear.' neither. If sour
other preacher hadn't talked like he
had a lot of potato In his mouth all
tho time, I'd have come oftener. I-ots
of times I came here Just on your ac '
count, and sat here in misery." !
"Yes, ho- many times were sou
here In the last sear?"
"Wasn't I here last Children's day?"
Waiter (to Westerner, who is in res
taurant with city niece) Shall I bring
you a half portion, sir?
Westerner A what?
Niece (interposing) That is the
way you order In these places, uncle.
Westerner Oh, It Is! All right,
bring me a half-portion, and a quarter
section of beef and a few acres ot
.Makes or Breaks
It all depends upon the
kind. A common cause of
lessened vigor of body and
mind is improper eating.
' Food should be selected
that will supply sound, well
balanced nourishment for the
physical and mental forces,
and this is richly supplied by
Nature in the field grains.
contains all the nutritive ele
ments of whole wheat and
malted barley, including the
vital mineral salts lacking in
many foods that make up the
usual dietary. These ele
ments are imperative for
building sturdy brain, nerves
Grape-Nut is economical,
ready to eat direct from the
package pure, crisp and
There' a Reason"
Sold by Crocera
It means inflammation of a
mucous membrane some
where in the head, throat,
bronchial-tubes, stomach, bil
iary ducts or bowels. It always
means stagnant blood the
blood that is full of impur
ities. Left alone, it extends
until It is followed by Indigestion,
colds, congestion or fever. It weakens
the system generally and spreads its
operations until systemic catarrh or
an acute Illness is the result,
If the nation's reliable remedy for
this condition. It restores appetite,
aids digestion, checks and removes
Inflammation, and thus enables the
membranes, through which we breathe
and through which our food is ab
sorbed, to do their ;ork properly.
Forty-four years of success, with thou
sands of testimonials, have established
it as the home remedy Ever-Ready-to-Take.
Its record of success
holds a promise for you.
THE PERUNA CCMFAKV
Ton csxt obtain Peruna in tablet form
eaten, and even from some vegetables.
Tho poor kidneys get tired and back
ache begins. This Is a good time to
take "Anuric" the new discovery of
Dr. Pierce for Kidney trouble and Back
ache. Neglected kidney trouble is
responsible for many deaths, and In
surance Company examining doctors
always test the water of an applicant
before a policy will be Issued. Have
you ever set aside a bottle of water
for twenty-four hours? A heavy sedi
ment or settling sometimes Indicates
kidney trouble. If you wish to know
your condition send a sample of your
water to Dr Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y.. and describe symptoms.
It will be examined without any ex
pense to you, and Dr. Pierce or his
medical staff will inform you truthfully.
Anuric is now for sale by dealers. In
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Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOHIA, a sate aid sure remedy tor
infants and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatoria
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act surely and
gently on the
ness, and Indigestion. They do thdr duty.
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