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and for these reason!
Powder 'i first liitha
hearts of the millions
of housewives who
use it and know it.
ItatVED I1KIOST AWARDS
WeiM'i rm Fm4 tiWis.
"I suppose come country sites nro
"And uninvited, It they're par
Tape's Diapepsin" fixes sick,
sour, gassy stomachs in
Time It! In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No lndlgehtlon, heart
bum, sourness or bolchlng of gas, acid,
or eructations of undigested food, no
dizziness, bloating, or foul breath.
1'ape's Diapepsin is noted for its
peed In regulating upset stomuchsr
It Is the surest, quickest and mont cer
tain indigestion remedy in the whole
world, and besides It is harmless.
Please for your sake, get a large
fifty-cent case of .Pope's Diapepsin
from any store and put your stomach
right. Don't keep on being miserable
llfo (s too short you are not hero
long, so make your stay agreeable.
Eat what you like and digest It; en
Joy it, without dread of rebellion in
Pope's Diapepsin belongs In your
homo anyway. Should one of the fam
ily cot something which don't agreo
with them, or In case of an nttnek of
Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis 'or
tomnch derangement nt daytime or
during the night, It Is handy to ilva
the quickest relief known. Adv.
"Mrs. Drown has tho kleptomania."
"Indeed; what Is sho taking for It?"
"Anything that looks good to her."
Important to Mother
Examine carefully every bottle ot
CASTOItlA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants nnd children, and see that It
Signature of CLffi&&t
in use) vor uver so Yean.
Children Cry for Fletcher! Caatori
It Is better to marry a strons mind
ed woman thnn n wrong minded one.
anteed to stop and
terrible itching. It it
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
If Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch, Bcsema, Tetter, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
Ptotate. See at your drugstore, or by nail
ectiiMiweaiii. manufacture only M
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VARIOUS FOOD VALUES
IMPORTANT MATTER UNDERE8TI.
MATED BY HOUSEKEEPER.
Dishes Served at Family Table Should
Be Constitution Builders as Well
as Palatable Sweets Have
The averago housekeeper select
her food In n very careless manner.
She buys cool unci wood for the heat
they provldo and fabrics tor their dur
ability, but slid gives very little
thought to the clflclcncy of foodstuffs.
Sho merely gets what Is liked and
what happens to bu In the market
and Is easily prepared,
It Is ccttaln that In years to come,
when housekeeping, or "domestic sci
ence," him taken tho high position
toward which It Is gradually moving,
each housekeeper will bo compelled
to hove her little volume on "Food
Values" on tho shelf with her book of
recipes, and she will consult It even
more frequently thnn sho does the
(Other books, becaupu the will huvo
been taught that tliu Importnuco of
food lies In Its energy-giving proper
ties, Put until that timet conies we must
strugglu along ourselves mid look nt
tho buying and cooking of foods from
it readjusted point of view one which
liicluilett tho vnltio they b''v nn con
i xtitutton builders ns well a ",i- r mi
Wo must teach ourselves to choose
foods wisely, regarding rather tliu es
sentials thnn the nonessentials, and
to use discrimination In the processes
of picpnrliig thorn.
Say that wo need so many thousand
units to llvo mid work. Well, then,
our food, properly chosen nnil pro
pared, should belli to suntilv tho ncc-
1 nssnry unltH. You cannot make bricks
without straw or bread without Hour
' or energy without tliu fuel to provide
I It would bo Impossible to go deeply
, Into tho food-valuu question .In a short
talk, but there Is one essentlul which
! must bu mentioned because of tho
chnngn of view regarding It.
When wo wcro all children wo were
given sweets only as u sort of reward
for having eaten the plainer foods.
Sweets wero not looked upon ns nec
essary, but rather as verging on tho
Now wo have learned that sweets,
far from being harmful, nro beneficial
and productive of energy.
There are so many health-giving
constituents In tho ordinary pudding
that It Is far moro advisable lor tho
dessert of the average child than rich
pics or pastries. Almost all puddings
require eggs nnd milk, and ihpse add
a soodly number of units to tho col
umn. There are also many delicious fruit
puddings which contain many more
strengthening elements than the plain
fruit Itself. And yet n decade of years
ago tho pudding would have been
dealt out to tho younger members of
tho family with a sparing and grudg
ing hand, whllo they might have par
taken freely of tho fruit Itself.
Mothers are now beginning to real
ize the possibilities of dcssertB ns
strength-giving factors In their chil
Frozen Custard With Almonds.
Heat ono quart ot milk In doublo
boiler. Add to this four well-beaten
eggs. Stir constantly with wiro egg
beater until this thickens. Sweeten
to taste and set aside to cool.
Take ono pound of almonds, shell
and blanch. Spread over a pan, add
ono tenspoonful of olive oil, place In
a hot oven nnd allow them to get
very brown. Cool nnd then put
through n meat chopper. Add to cus
tard also one-half teuspoonful of al
mond extract. When the custard Is
qutto cold, freeze.
Baked Sweet Potatoes.
Iloll tho potatoes until burely done,
then skin them and cut In half Inch
slices. Kill a deep baking dish with
alternate layers of thu potatoes, bits
of butter and n sprinkling of sugar.
Ilnko In n modcrnto oven until the
butter and sugar form a rich syrup,
In which the potatoes cook until they
look almost clear; then ullow them to
Prune Custard Pudding.
Stew 1,4 pound of prunes In wntcr
to cover uutll tho stones will slip out
easily. Let the sirup boil away. Soak
1 pint of dried cako In 1 quart ot milk.
Add 2 beaton eggs, a llttlo salt, 1 tea
spoon vanilla nnd tho stewed prunes.
I'.ako slowly- until a knife will camo
out clean. Stir at first to prevent
fruit from setting. Clrve with cream.
Potato and Cheese Loaf.
Tnko hot mashed potatoes moisten
ed with milk and seasoned with pepper
and salt; stir In ono beaten egg to n
pint oi mo potatoes, turn Into a but
tered loaf tin nnd cover with onebalf
Inch layer of grated cheese. Hake In
a moderate oven until the potatoes are
light, and tho chcoio melted and
Dark Nut Cake.
One cupful sugar, one-hair cupful
butter, ono and one-halt cupfuls milk,
two cupfuls flour, one teaspoonful
cream of tartar, one-half teaspoonful
soda, two spoonfuls molasses, two
eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg and one cup
ful chopped walnuta.
One-half cup butter, two tablespoons
sugar, two eggs, an even teaspoon ef
alt, two cupa flour, one cup milk, two
teaspoons baking powder. Bake M
MtautM la leai, la bread pa.
ELGIN. OKLA. FARMERS CHAMPION
WONDERFUL GROWTH OF
The Cities of Western Canada
Reflect the Growth of tho
As ono passes through Western
f-'anada, taking the City of Winnipeg
ns a starting point, and then keeping
tab ou the various cities and towns
that lino the network of railways that
cover tho provlnrcn of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Albcrtn, nnd cmer
lug iho eyes ns the gazo Is bent on
these It Is felt that there must be
"something of a country" behind It nil.
Thru gate nny dliectlon ou like and
llic same view Is presented. I-'lold
after field of waving grain, thousand- i
and hundreds of thousands of them. ,
Kami hands nnd laborers are at '.oris ,
converting the Urpht prairie with
more IIoIiIr. Pasture land In every dl
iectlon on which cattle are feeding,
thriving and fattening on the grasses
that nro rich 'In lioth milk and beer
properties, but It !s unfortunate that
moro cattle are not teen. That, how
ever, Is correcting Itself Hero wo
have In n large measure, tho evidence
of tho wealth Hint helps to build up
the cities, nnd It should not be forgot- 1
ten that the cities themselves have as
citizens, young men who have come 1
from oilier parts, and brought wit!;
thnn the experience Hint has taught
them to avoid the mistakes of eastern
nnd Foulhi'iii cities They also lire
imbued with the western spltll of en
terprlt e, energy and push, nnd so i
Western Canada 1ms Its cities. At a
banquet ncejitly given In Chicago, u
number of prominent i-itlr.rns of Win
nipeg were guests. Among lh- speak
era was Mayor Dennon of Winnipeg,'
In speaking of tho rcmnrknblo growth (
oi mat euy. wnicn in tiurty years nas
risen from a population of 2,000 to one
of 21)0,000. he spoke of It ns baine the '
gateway of commerce nnd continued i
"Now. how prrttt that tide of coin ,
I merce Is you will have some touceii
i tlon of when I tell you iliat the wheat
' alone grown in the three prnirle pruv
Inces (his jenr is sutllctcnt -to keep n
steady stream of one thousand bush
els per minute continuously night and
day going to the head of the lakes for
three and one-half months, nnd In ad
dition to that the oats nnd barley
would supply this stream for another
"The value of the grain crop nlone
grown In the three pralrlo provinces
would be sufQclent to build any of our
great transcontinental, railroads and
nil their equipment, everything con
nected with them, from ocean to
"Now, If we are able to do this
with only ten per cent, of our nrablo
land under cultivation what will our
possibilities be when 288,000,000 X
acres of the best land that tho sun
shines on Is brought under the plow?
Do you not see the portent of a grcnt,
vigorous, populous nation living under
those sunny skies north ot the tilth
parallel? And If with our present de
velopment wo aro oblo to do as we
nre doing now, to purchaso a million
dollars' worth ot goods from you every
day of tho year, what will our trade
be worth when we have fully develop
ed the country?
"Now, who shall assist us to devel
op this great empire that Is there?
Shall it be th alien races of southern
Kurope or shall it be men of our own
blood nnd language? In the lust three
fiscal years no less than ."!5S,0u0 Amer
ican farmers have como Into Western
Cnundn, bringing "with them goods nnd
cash to the value ot !3r0,000,000. And
I want to say here that no man who
sets foot ou our shores Is moro en
tirely nnd heartily welcome than tho
agriculturist from the south.
"So long ns theso conditions remain
I consider that this is tho best guar
anty that the sword will never nguln
bo drawn In anger between the two
Brent branches of the Anglo-Saxon
race. The grain crops of Western
Canada in 1!U3 have well upheld the
reputation that country bus fur abun
dant yields of nil small grains. Ad
Mnud Why didn't you protect your
self when Jack kissed you?
Hetty Why, nt first 1 was speech
less, mid then 1 thought I would see
how many times the impudent fellow
would daro to do It
IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED?
New Jersey Physician 8ald to' Have
Many Curea to Hit Credit.
Hod IJank, N. J, (Special). Advices
from every direction fully confirm
previous reports that tne remarkable
treatment for epilepsy being admin
istered by Dr. Perkins of this city, Is
achieving wonderful results. Old and
stubborn cases have been greatly
benefitted and many patients claim to
have been entirely cured.
Persons suffering from epilepsy
should write at once to Dr. H. W.
Perkins, Branch 49. Ited Dank, N. J;,
for a supply of the remedy which Is
being distributed gratuitously. Adr.
"Mamma, why did you marry papa."
"So you've begun to wonder tool"
w The less a man knows the more ad
vice ne aistriDutes.
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VilML ing this goooV "J
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wrapping rank imitations to
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iwn. iuvc uic awany W-P
hmmhhM WMGLB1T9. These will
be offered principally by
and candy departments
stores. Refuse them 1
A gentleman in a club In Grand
Itaplds, Mich., formed the hopeless
and harmless habit of taking too much
to drink alcohollcally speaking bo
foro liu went homo every evening,
says tho Popular Magazine
"How docB ho know what time to
go homo?" asked a stranger In tho
club ono night. x
"It's this wny," exclaimed n mem
ber. "Ho goes to tho head of that
long Might of stairs leading to tho
strct. If he falls down them, he
knows It's tlmo to go home."
A GRATEFUL OLD MAN.
Mr.W.D. Smith, Ethel, Ky., wrlteir
"I have been using Dodd's Kidney Pills
for ten or twelve years nnd they have
done me a great deal of good. I do
not think I would be
nllvo today It It
were not for Dodd'.i
Kidney Pills. I
strained my back
about forty years
ago, which left It
very weak. I was
m.Hnn nt 4l.n t.l.t.
w. u. amitn. dcr, Dodd's Kidney
Pills cured me or that and the Kidney
Trouble I take Dodd's Kidney Pills
now to keep from having Backache. 1
am 77 years old and a farmer. You are
at liberty to publish this testimonial,
and you may use my picture In con
nection with It." Correspond with Mr.
Smith about thla wonderful remedy.
Dodd's Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodd's Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and reci
pes far dainty dishes. Alt t seat free.
Sooner or later a man's illusions de
velop Into experience.
KlkaleW aaaaV .ZVW;I .. :
.claClaS. LBalaalk. JMSSmti I ' M
street fakirs, peddlers
of some 5 and 10 cent
Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S.
IT BY THE BOX
ot momt tlmmimrm fmr 95 emmtm.
Each koxcmntmhtm twmnty 3 cmnt mmckag&m.
Chew it after every meal
Evolution of Billiards.
The development of the billiard ta
ble hns been Interesting. In those
far back days when billiards Bcem first
to have become nn Indoor game, a bil
liard table wns ubout tho size of a
big room. The average table was 30
feet long nnd 18 feel wide. Tho slzo
was gradually and Irregularly de
creased, until the present standurd
carom table was Introduced ot it bil
liard tournnment held In Samson hall,
Philadelphia, In lSli-1.
"There Is one thing which I cannot
"What Is that?"
"Why high-colored versions ot the
truth nro tailed white lies."
rtrd Crnts Unit lllun give double Tfilur for
your money, iroo tWlce fur mi other,
JJou'l put jour money Into any other, Adr.
Extremes meet, but thsy don't al
ways speak ns they pass by.
Ladles, give little chocolate con ted HOT
SPUINUS LiVKIt llUn'QPS a cluinco
to drive out constipation forever They
never fail. Tiiey are so wonderfully
good, safo nnd gentlo that the famous
physicians In Hot Hprlngs Arli., pre
scribe them regularly.
They speedily put the liver, stomach
and bowels In tho finest of condition,
drive out tho decomposed matter, and
purify tho blood.
Thousands upon thousands use them
for headache, nervousness, lack of appe
tite, and that lack of ambition feeling;.
They aro great for clearing the complex.
Ion of pimples anil blotches. All drug
gist sell HOT HPR1NGB LIVKIl BUT
TONS oa money back If not satisfied
laa for 95 cents. For free imple writ
lot Springs Chemical Co.. Hot Springs,
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