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Thero Is perhaps nothing In dally use In tho home fn which purity is so Im portant as It Is In baking powder. On Its purity depends tho purity ofMhe ma terials UBCd, the success of the baldrics, fte. And possibly tho ono thing that has served to mako Calumet linking rowdor so much of a favorite with the critical cooks of tho country, Is the fact that Calumet Is puro from start to finish. You can rely on Calumet's purity for the simple reason that every ounco of the materials used Is first tested by ex- f'crlenned chemists nnd then mixed with he utmost care to Insure Its uniformity. And standing In tho can or changes of weather, etc., cannot ultcr It In any re spect. But perhaps the best thing of all, Is the fact that Calumet never falls. Every baking In which Calumot Is used, Is euro to come from tho oven as light and ns flurry as you can wish. This not only means wliolesomo, tasty foods but a pig economy as well Try Calumet next bnko-duy It's tho best baking powder made for two World's Puro Food Expositions, one In Chicago, 1907, one nt Paris. France, 1913 have given It tho highest awards. Adv. Reason Was Plain. "My husband has deserted mo and I want a warrant," announced tho largo lady. 1 "What reason did ho glvo for desert ing you?" asked tho prosecutor. "I don't want any lip from you. I want a warrant. I don't know what reason ho had." "I think 1 understand his reason," said tho official feebly, as ho proceed' ed to draw up a warrant. Timely Reminder. "Wo aro Btlll mining ore, growing cotton and manufacturing Btecl," said the American host. "Why do you tell mo that?" in quired tho foreign visitor. "I Just want to remind you that tho country Is producing Bomothlng be s'des politics." Mrs. Wlnslow'B BootliltiR Syrup for Children tfetliluir, softens the gums, reduces inflntnuin tlon, allays pain, cureu wind colic, 25o a bottle. Adv. It Is easy for n girl to protend to love an old millionaire) and fool him Into thinking It is real. LEWIS' Single Binder costs more than Inther 5c cigars. Made of extra quality fobacco. Adv. - Every time you tell your troubles you aro wasting tho other fellow'a tlmo. Liquid blue Is a weak solution. Avoid It. Luy Hud Cross Hall Hluc, the bluo that's all blue. Ask your grocer. Adv. Never Judge a man by his coat; ho may owe tho tailor. But a Symptom, a Danger Sig nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. Backache is a symptom of organic weakness or derangement. If you have backache don't neglect it To get per manent relief you must reach tho root of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood all's experience. Morton's Gap.Kentucky. "I suffered two years with female disorders, my health was very bad ana i nau a continual backache which was simply awful. I could not stand on my f eot long enough to cook a meal's victualB without my back nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging sensa tions I could hardly bear it. I had soro- ness in each side, could not stand tight clothing, and was irregular. I was com pletely run down. On advice I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound and am enjoying good health. It is now more" than two years and I havo not had an acho or pain since. I do all my own work, washing and everything, and never have backacho any more. I think your medicine is grand and I praise it to all my'neighbors. If you think my testimony will lielp others you may pub lish it" Mrs. Ollib Woodall, Mor ton's Gap, Kentucky. If you Iiavo tho slightest doubt that Lydia JE. Pinkhaiu's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, ivrito to Lydia IiJ.Plnliham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter -will bo opened, read, and answered by a woman, and held In strict confidence. 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Vtt is timt. Sold by Drf lit. BAOKAOHE m A DISEASE ' ' I; jeiWPWifc, ' ' li tiWHWHiHJil'lgE TMwmm eacsias II, YET when nil Is thought utul said. Tho heart still oorrules tho head; Still what wo hope wo must belluve, And what Is given us, receive. BREAKFAST DISHES. There aro few housekeepers who do not murinur over tho sameness of the breakfast menu and long for some thing new to servo tho family. Hero aro a few dishes that may be varied and modified to suit tho needs of tho family: Smoked Salmon Relish. A few very thin sltcoB of smoked salmon, dipped in boiling water and placed on rounds of buttered bread toasU a slice to each round, and a poached egg on tho top. , A cup of cold cooked macaroni add ed to a cup of codfish In white sauce, making a border around tho plnttor of scrambled eggs, Is another nice break fast dish. Any left-overs of cooked cerenl, sliced and fried In butter or meat drippings are relished for a cool morning breakfast. Codfish Scallop With Rice and Eggs. Mix two tablespoonfuls of cream or melted butter with a cup and a half, of boiled rice; arrange in layers with the samo amount of creamed codfish, finishing with rlco at tho top. Care fully break four eggs on top, season with salt and dots of button Hake in the oven until the eggs are set. Brown Bread Relish. Put a littlo bacon fat In a frying pan and when hot add a few slices of Boston brown bread; brown carefully and slip a poached egg on each slice and servo hot. Mexican Eggs Split three green poppers lengthwise, romovo'tho seeds and fry In butter live minutes. Lay thin slices of broiled ham on but tered toast, then place the pepper with a fried or poached egg in each pepper. fjgjftvffife;, fLt& IZ BELIEVE in the things wo are handing out. And hand out the things wo bellevo. Wo havo fnlth In tho things wo are talk ing about And glvo back the things wo receive. A CHAPTER ON ROLLS. There Is no bread which seems qulto so nice or Is so well liked for any and all occasions aa good rolls There aro so many varieties that one may change the form and ilavor and have something new each day, If de sired. Finger R0II3. Mix a cup of scalded milk with a tablcspoonful of butter and ono of sugar, add salt and half a yeast cake dissolved In half a cup of warm water, then add flour enough to knead, and knead fifteen minutes or until it Is springy and light to tho touch; sot to rlso four hours In a ,warm place. When light, roll In balls, then Into cylinders on a floured board. Arrange In a shallow pan and let rlso ,untll doublo in slzo, and bake until n golden brown Glazo with beaten egg and a sprinkling of sugar. Kentucky Rolls Mix together a half yeast cako dissolved In a half cup ,of warm water, four cups of flour, a teaspoonful of salt, half a cup of lard, a tablcspoonful of sugar and enough milk and water to mako a batter. Let It rlso In a warm place, add flour tenough to knead, then set to rlso Jagaln. When light, knead, shape and set to rise again, then when light bake 'In a hot oven. ! Bath Buns. Dissolve an yeast cako In two cupB of warm wator; add Jenough flour to mako a moderately stiff sponge and let rlso about two hours. Cream together one and a half cupfuls each of butter and sugar, add a cupful of luke warm water, a pinch of salt and two eggs well beaten. Mix 'with tho sponge, lot rise, then knead, shapo Into buns, arrange them close In a baking pan and let rlso until very light. Bake In a moderate oven HE dawn Is deepening Into day there Is a race to run .Before tho nentljiols of night drive oft tho beams of sun Where Is the ponl we menn to rench; what conquest would wn make, "What Is tho spoiling of the con ran our earnest feet shall take? DAINTY DATE DI6HES. Dates aro such wholosoino fruit and comparatively cheap enough to servo News for Dolly. A pretty little girl, In common with many others, finds theological things bowlldorlng Whon any fresh dlfflcul tlec present themsolvos In tho course of the Scripture lesson at school sho is accustomed to turn to a sympa thetic aunt for enlightenment. "Auu tie," sho observed one evening, "when pod made everything, didn't ho work on Sunday?" "No, dear. When ho created heaven and earth in six days, he rested on pe seventh day." N Hft li3 byf s Wfjjiwif srmi i W W mrnt in some form very frequently. Tho, following aro a fow of tho many ways that datcB may bo served: Fruit Cheese. Chon six dntCH. throei figs, a half cup of blanched almonda;1 mix with a cup of croam cheese, a( toaspoonful of lemon Juice and a sea-' soiling of salt. Mateo in balls nndj servo garnished with half of an al- mond on each ball. This may bo served with mayonnalso if placed on lettuce, making u very acceptabloj salad. Date Tort'e. Heat tho whites of three eggs very stiff, add tho b&iten; oiks, add a cup of sugar. Mix a cup of bread crumms with a cup of chopped dates, add a half cup of chopped nuts and a teaspoonful of vanilla. I3ake slowly In a moderate oven, and serve with whipped cream. Date Souffle. Stone nnd crush ft' pound of dates vto a paste. Heat tho, whites of four eggs very stiff, addj gradually a half cup of EUgar, then stir In tho dates. Dako In a buttered' baking dish and bake until firm. Serve! with whipped cream. Date Fritters. Sift ono and a third cups of flour with ono and a half tea spoonfuls of baklhg powder; add two thlrdn of a cup of milk, a fourth of a teaspoonful pf salt, and a beaten egg; mix well and add a cup of halved dates Fry by teaspoonfuls In hot fat Roll In powdered sugar and serve. Date Fudge. Cook togother two cups of sugar, two tablespoonfuls of butter, half a cup of milk, two squares) of chocolate. When tested as usual, add a half cup of datCB and a tea spoonful of vanilla HAVE tried nil sorts of happi ness, and It never lastH," said a spoiled, petulant, cynical woman. "Did, you ever try forgetting yourself for six months?" said a shrewd listener, Tho question went to tho heart of tho trouble: whon self comes to tho door, happiness flies out of the window. HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS. For thoso who must provide for tho winter supply of eggs, it Is wise to preservo thorn whon tho price is rea sonable. If eggs aro packed as late bb September or October, a pint of water glass to twelve or fifteen gallons ot water will be a safe preservative. Tho water glass Is a thick transparent liquid which .is added to tho boiled water and allowed to cool before put ting in tho eggs. Another slmplo and easy tolutlon to preparo Is lime water and bait. A pint of slaked lime, a pint of Edit and three gallons of water. Tho Mine will mako the water a creamy consistency., Something New In Potato Pancakes. Sift together a cup of (lour, n tea-' spoonful of baking powder, n half tea spoon of salt and a scant cup of milk, a yolk of egg well beaten Mix all to gether and fold In the white of tho egg. Grate a layer of cold cooked po tato over the grlddlo, then pour over the mlxturo and bake until brown,, turning and browning on tho othor' side. Streucsel Apple Cake. Add a cup of sugar to a tablcspoonful each of lard, and butter, break an egg luto a cup, and fill it with milk; ndd two cups of, flour sifted with two tablespoonfuls of baking powder. Cover tho cako with eighths of applo and sprinkle with, two-thirds of a cup of sugar mixed, with half a cup of flour and two table spoonfuls of butter. Kidney Bean Salad. Combine a cup of cooked kidney beans with a cup ot1 tender cabbage, shredded; add ono sweet groon pepper chopped fine and ! cover with French dressing. An unusual combination for a salad Is a slice of Bermuda onion nnd a slice of orange served with French dress ing. Fruit Salad. This can bo mado of almost any fruits, such as bannnas peeled nnd sliced, oranges broken, up Into sec tions, and, If fresh fruit is unobtnln able, use tinned apricots, peaches or pineapple. Stono and cut up th fruit used with a silver knife, and let It all soak for an hour or so In syrup flavored with liquor.. Servo In a china or glass bowl with whipped cream. To Can Wild Plums. Wash them good, then put on tho stovo to boll with wator just enough to cover thorn Whon they havo boiled fifteen or twenty minutes, odd ono lovol tpaspoon of soda In every gallon of fruit. Do not add sugar, because It hardons them Can In sterilized Jars, Whon ready to lice, they may bo pitted and sweetened to tasto. ka "Well, but, Auntie, didn't he stop at one o'clock on Saturday?" "Don't bo Billy, Dolly," interposed hor brother, Bcornfully, with all the superiority of hlB eight years. "That act wasn't passed then." London Mail, Big Catch. "I understand tho Marsons aro very much elated over their eldest daugh ter's splendid match." "Yes; she married a Now York policeman." MORAL FOR THE MONEY-MAD Hope of Becoming Millionaires About on a Par With the Waoher- woman's Delusion. Prof. Warren M. Uoldlor of Bethel, Pa., In a recont nddrosa mado tho BtrlKIng assertion that tho American peoplo, monoy-mad, taught their chil dren how to earn a living, but not how to llvo. "Thoro is no viler, and thoro Is no vainer ambition," snld 1'rofcBSor Held lor to a roportor, "than thaf'of tho American boy to become a millionaire What porcoiitago of our boys do bo corno millionaires? It would tako a good many decimals to work that out, bellovo tnol "Tho boy who sots his honrt on a million fares likes tho washerwoman who sot Her heart on a cross-oyed aero naut " 'I hoar you marrlotl that cross-eyed aeronaut last week?" said a friend. "'Yes, I did,' replied tho washer woman, as sho rocked back and forth over hor tub. "Yes. I married him. and I gavo him $500 out of my bulldln' a'BBocIntlon to Btnrt an airship fac tory ' '"That so?' said tho friend. 'Whore is ho now?' "'1 don't know,' said tho washer woman. 'I'm Waltln for him to como back from his honoymoon.' " PIMPLES COVERED FACE 1613 Dayton St,, Chicago. 111. "My faco wbb very red and irritated nnd was covorcd with plmploa, Tho pim ples festered and camo to a head. They itched and burned and when I scratched them becamo soro. I tried soaps and they would not stop the itching and burning of tho skin. This lasted for n month or more. At last I tried Cutlcura Ointment and Soap, Thoy took out tho burning nnd itching of tho skin, Boothing it very much and giving tho rollef that tho others failed to glvo mo. I used tho Cutlcura Soap and Ointment about three woolen and was completely curod." (Signed) Miss Clara Mueller, Mar. 1C, 1912. Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold throughout tho world. Samplo of each frco, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cutlcura, DopL L, Boston." Adv. Eggs Clotworthy Ate. Harry Clotworthy, who Is an export on military affairs, entered tho dlnlngroom of tho National Press club ono morning and carried with him a raVenous appetite. Having oaten ono breakfast, which consisted largely of eggs, ho ordorod an other breakfast, which consisted even tnoro largely of eggs. Aftor his" repast ho wont to tho writing-room to Bet off Bomo letters. Ilnlf an hour later tho steward of tho club found tho colored waiter loafing about tho cntranco of tho writing-room and asked him what ho meant by being absent from his post. "I got a good excuse," exclaimed tho waltor, exhibiting tho check for. tho egg broakfast. "Mr. Clotworthy dono oat ?2 worth of eggs and I ain't goln' to lot him git away front' horo without pnyln' for them, high as eggs is now." Explains the Undertaker's Grouch. "Who Is that fellow sitting hunjped up and muttering to himself out thoro on tho horse block?" "Aw, that's Ezra Toombs, tho under taker," replied tho landlord of the Skeedeo tavern. "He's feeling soro over tho way his business hns been going of lato. You see, thu doctor gavo Judgo Fcoblos two weeks to llvo; that, was six weeks ugo, and tho judgo 1b up and mound now nnd figgorin' on marryln' again. Kvory tlmo Ezra meets the doctor ho asks him, 'How about it, hey?' nnd thoy havo a row. And now he's slttln out thero watch ing a tramp painter gliding tho weath er vano of tho church across the street. Ezra says, by Heck, Iio'b about ready to move away, things Is bo dead here." Kansas City Star. HIb Point of Vantage. Tho mayor of a small town was try ing a negro for abusing his wife. She claimed ho got drunk ancK trlcd to boat hor and sho hit him. Tho mayor turned to their littlo girl and asked: "Girl, wub your fathor under tho Influonco of whisky when your mother hit him?" "No, Bah! Ho was under tho kitchen table," sho very quickly replied, Mack'B Natlonnl Monthly. Unsophisticated. "Darling," aald tho fond youth, pro duclng a ring, "which Is tho right fin ger?" "For goodness Hake, Algy!" respond ed the maiden, "don't you know? NInoteen yuniu old and never been engaged to a girl boforo!" I Good Time to Do It. "Is your daughter going to prnctlco on tho plnnn this afternoon?" "Yes, 1 think so." ' "Well, then, I'd llko to borrow your lawn mower. I'vo got to cut tho grusa somo time, anyway." Judge. Submits Tamely, "Ib Scrlblot what you would call a struggling author?" "No, indeed. When an editor puts him out he doesn't offer tho slightest resistance." No thoughtful pernon ues liquid blue. It's a plndiof blue In a larjco bottlo of water. Ask for Hud Cross 1UU llluo.the bluu that's all bluo.Adv If you say what you llko others may not llko It PUTNAM CoIormoreKoodsbrlKhterandfadercolorsthsnanyotherdye. One 10c packsee colore all fibers. Theydyelncoldwaterbetterthsnnnyotherdye. You dyeany garmant without ripping apart. WriU lor free booklet How to Uye. Pleach and Mix Colors. MONROE DRUO COMPANY, Quincy, fflsraHP wmsmm Every Boy Wants a $$03 SSEOT B i We want every smoker in this country to know how good Liggrtt 1$ Myers Duke's Mixture is. Every grain in that big one and a half ounce 5c sack is 'pure, clean tobacco a delightful smoke in a pipe or any other way you wish to use it. And with each sack you now get A Frco Present-Coupon These coupons are good for Viutidrcds of valuable pres ents, sucli ns watches, toilet ntlclrsf rsilverwnrcj furni ture, nnd dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family. You will surely like Duke's Mixture, made by Liggett Sf Myers at Durham, N. C, and the prcbcnta cannot fail 3 Wise Young 'Man. That was a very wiso Cambridge student of whom tho London sjory tellers were talking somo tlmo ago. Ono of his collego friends finding him self without funds, wont to this Sol omon of students to borrow. Ho found him in bed. Solzlng him by tho slioul dor, ho shook him. "I say," ho said, "aro you asleep?" "Why do you ask?" quorlod tho other, sleepily. 'I want to borrow a sovoroign." "Yea," Bald, tho other, turning over and closing his oyes. "I'm asleep." Taken Ugliness Philosophically; A man whoso faco Is heavily pitted through a caso of smallpox in his in fancy, has been able to extract amuso ment from his appearance. Onco ho gave an explanation of it by say ing that ho had fallen down a shot towor. Asked how ho was able to shavo himself, ho answered: "With a bell punch." Official Scoring. "Should niuchor get tho credit for winning Waterloo?" "No; that victory Is proporly cred ited to Wellington. Ulucher didn't re lievo him until about tho eighth in ning." Is It a blow to spiritualism whon a man BtrlkPH a happy medium? For ygg-gsSSTPll nil Hi . 3 fiat&mmr fiQLlDlwv. DISTEMPER fof frrroVi Mil taftf?fcJ M amlUftflnxklilner remedy JtTUVftl telllnir 111 WL B Mem v r 3&L.tr si 53.00 $3.50 $4.00 M.50 AMD $5.00 FOR MEN AND WOMEN ttays n-snr W. L. 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Church Do you think tho world 1 growing hotter? Gotham I'm afraid not. I read to day that n comet that can bo played by a roll of perforated paper, llko a plasno player, la a recont Invention, and I boo Evelyn'B Thaw's pictures ar coming back In tho papers. Mean . what Hint, their "Mon aro diet makes thorn." "You must havo boon eating a great deal of Bhcopshcad fish lately." Serious One. "What was tho last operation that famous surgeon performod?" "Ho cut his wlfo out of hlo will.", ' A CURB FOR PILES. , Cola's Cnrbollsalvo stops ltchlnc nnd pain and cures piles. Alldru&Ritts. 23 and 50c. Adv. A rich man without charity is un faithful to his duty --Fielding. ' i j.rri W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 42-1912. Pink Eye. Epizootlo Ipplii'i Fever Catarrhal rover nfocta) nslfl th Cholerm la Mo and II a bottle, fi ami MO a ilutrn. Cut tbliouk attOCK renindr Cum I a (IrlltnM ainnni, human lutltiM. jnBackache Rheumatisms 1 Kidneys and Bladder I heepit. 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