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Audubon County. Journal May 20.
1 iiDo You Read Labels? Domestic science teachers and ifood authorities are urging the housewife to carefully read the ••labels on all food articles. The National Pure Food Law ^/compels food manufacturers to' sprint the ingredients of their "products on the label, and in thig way enables consumers to distin guish healthful foods from those •which may be deleterious. High-grade baking powders are made of pure cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Royal Bak ing Powder is a type of the highest! grade. It is healthful beyond a doubt and tlie safest and best to use. j", The low-grade baking powders fere made from alum, a mineral acid salt. Most physicians condemn their use in food. Consumers can learn the char- -, iacter of the baking powder by referring to the label, which •must state whether the contents include cream of tartar, alum oi phosphate. HOUSE WIIFES CORNER Woman is Half the Firm Miami (works from su|ni to sun 1»ut iwoimain's wioirk is neivter done, partly, IWtoimian's etiretmgth) is eus vaihialble as mama hier lieaJth (means as much to tlhte hkmj afi the hleiailtlhi of tine mUaaii, alnd thle:e aire mo)d«Tni con vie(nEieinces iwQiai.ihi mean oonsarvaUior oif womiain Inj ithie Ihoime just as tiler are imoderm leiq'uipmiemitB for conserv ing this Btreinigtihi and efficiency o. tihle ment. Woman 1B hialf t!hie litrm, and -BhjouJd Suave thia benefits of bait th* revetmue iif sfcie does not.jjiwihy not?. 5 MAY When fields grow green the city I seems a prison -The feet rebel against the paving stores The spirit (lial'e-, and wearies lik a captive, And noises ol' the stree,ts are won. loiiess. AMien greening fields are cuirpet- I ed with clover How ble^t are they who tread tlie meadows over. 1 i&jt' V-i. ,| ASPARAGUS SA1JA1 1 Boil tilie asparagus until tender and when tender ciuit litato iaicili lengths Boil «u carrot nntil very ten^ deir amd cut into vfery tlil'.n slices', Mix wiiltbi til vaisparaig-ue aJnd Eeason with! melted butter, s-ailt amd ipeipiper Finndh wilth a plain sal-a'd dressing. (f BOILED COKNED BEEF iWnshi tli© nueat thoroughly in cold waiter alnd ibring sOiowly to the boiling point. BciiJ five minutes, remove scum and cook at a lower temperatiure till tender. If too salty Jt Bhiould b© soaked 1m co/ld water over night before beling cootked. iAtfteir corned heief lis bodied it niajy be served with vegetables or pressed and eaJten cold. Whiemi served wiith vegetiables they pliioluild b© added to thie meait wlhlen almost don© after be ing skimniieid. Cabbage, beets, itur nipfi, canrots and potatoes are good cooked wntli' earned beef. Beets and ©arrets require longer cooking than cabbage land turnups. If a Nasturtium se©l is planted on eacln hill of early cucumbers the bugs will not Itrouble thenn it is feaid. I (J Whieii fry!nS liTOr EE ©'^ich piece is diipipiedi iini millk, St will fry a ricli brown and will not be hard. I Would not bo Kitten nor a Bird 1A ((Kitten has no work to do, It frisks about all day But sh© can't write as IE can, All ah© cam do Is play.} A birdie fclaa no wflfl to do,j I* 'i t' ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York The Housewife's Corner becaiusa slila is umtwCMilnig to spruit off to lum oiver unt'l tli.i© aar is all forcei till' tomorrow what miead :,not be don out. Then seal air tiight and it wfill toldajy, Ibut largely beealueie she lacks tihe equipment to Qdglhitian ttnecr labor. w- j|!! -rf'w TO CAN KHUBAH11 lOut tile rhiuiVarb ini inch lengtlis aind pai:k fin, cans. Slet under faucet or pour water in cani alio wing it keep •untiM rhubarb comes again. Whism opened and' )tl:ie water drained' off it is as good for pie or saiuce ae wihJeaL freshi. I One oif th© most expensive of New Yorks bcairdOng ssihoioils serves st©w\ ei piriumrsi. for breakfast daily, b-e janse of their lieajWilfulness. Mcst pieopi'te eat hanana's green. Thiers is as mmah difference between gneietn and ripe banana's as between green' and ri.pe ap-piies. Banana's are hloalthfu'l om"y when the skin is black. Thlsy \v-11 not keep and mmst 'be need immediately. Baked ripie ba''1ana's and ban.uia fritters Ihave a richj aivcr and a large focd value New Engl uid Itaspberry Cake TUii aldLfiish(ioned, delicious cake is b-liked in laye s. Mix 1-2 cupful butter and ons cupful of sugar to a cream'. lAdd the v/iell beaten yolks of two eggs ar.d 2-3 •cupful milk, thien stir in two cups flour wiliolu ihas been sifted w'th one teaspoon byking powder. Bake in jelly-cake piaais. Fcr the j'fMliiiiig, crush slightly one quart rasplerr'es add wlhiites of two eggs, 1 cupful pawdeired suigar, and a flew drcps of lemon juice. Whip, mii'til thlick spread between layers and over the top. .-T^o be eaten with' cream. I GREEN CURRANT TIE 1 B'eat to a cream 1-2 oupful sugar and tablespoon butter add yolks of two egss on© tablaspoon flour, one tablespoon water and one cupful green currants mashed with potato mitadhier. Stir well. Line a pieipan withi Ticili. For the Children paste fill wath tlife currant miixiure and bake. (Beal whites of two eggs to stiff frothi, add two tiablespooirs sugar aind vanilla to flavor. When the pie is. slightly cool spiread the mesingue over the top and bake in 'la slow oven until delicately brown'. PEANUT O.ANDY Two cupfuls graulated sugar, one lilalf cupful water. WJien it conies to a boil, add one-half teaspoonful cream of tartar, dissolve in a table spoomfu'l of water. Oook until it is brittle wDnen dropped in cold waiter. THlien add a paece of butter the size of a walnut cook a minute longer Then pour over a quart of shelled peanuts whdi are spread in a but tered tin, and set away to cool. Tiliis ,breaks with a snap. ji H© flies from tree to tree But Me 'can't write as I can, Not even count to three. I'm glad ['I'm not a Kitten, (And I wouldn't Ibe a bird For if I dhsanged with ledtlner, I tfnouldin't know a word. My diolly is a Japanese, And will mot say her A C's, No matter Ibow I coax and tease That naughty, naughty Japanese. BILLY AND SPORT (Billy wandered away from houne and got lost. His folks were very nmuh, frigihitened and Bilis pa.pa amd the men were all out hunting for Jiiiim when hie got ham© bis dog, Sport showed ham the way home. I 'Baliy lies no brothers nor sisters and they live ton a ranch ten miles from neighbors who have children, eotads papia got Sport for him' to play with. Here lis ESJily's story. Sport and I took a long iwailk down /by the creek. We walked along the creek for a long time hiavdi.Tg fun. S .ort caught a fish and brought it to me but I left it on the ground, it felt so slippery and cold It be®un to get dark and I was hungry but I could not find.the wiay home. I was scared thien, it was so biig and lonesome outside, and I be gan to ony, -tout nobody came and I was afraid of the dark. 'Whitn Sport heard m© crvi.ng he came and licked miy thiainds and kept very close to n:e. I wiasn't much 0^ fraid thlen and stopped crying, but •whiem he trotted I ran along by hiis side 'cause it was so lonesome to be left alone. I was so hiungry and ti.red I cried some more. I wsas pifraad Sport would go away and leave me and kept as close to him as I could, it was igetting so dark but he kept running back to me and then hie would lick my hands. Pietty soon we cainie to tine lane w!hich goes to our house ar.d I knew we wiene near liO'ine. When we came in my mamima wi:s crying, too. Sh,e hiugged m/e tight .and cried •hard, and told Simon, to go- and tell paipa a:.d he did and brought pa,pa home. |i Papa said if Sport had not been with me maybe he could not have found me, so mamima fixed hlini a b'g pta'.e of meat and bread and g.ravy at giupjer, and I madt beg for it 'cause he begs funny. Sport is the ni.cest dog 1 ever saw. The Baby Squirrels First Lesson One bright day a mother squirrel was trying to teach her baby hoiw to jump from one branch ?f the tret itio ano.her. They Were rather high up lin a big oak tree and having lots of fun running up and down the limbs. Every few mi.nutes thle mother wiould jumip and then turn about," and chatter for a moment and thien jumip back 'again. '^V 'IQi.e baby watched has mother jumip saveral times, then, he began to chaitter to her as if saying: "1 want to jun:p too, nicther, show me how ycu do it.**! '13ie motlifr gave another jump and went siilin down to another branuli, then she turned and called back in her squirrel language to hier baby. Poor little fellow! He mis ed the 1'm/b and fell to the ground fully30 feet below, where he lay stunned and apparently dead. Th© mother came down the tree like a streak of lightning and was by hier baby's side almost in an instant. •Sh© put jht-r paw about his head and limbs, felt over hiis body and Eieefnued at a loss what to do. He1 still lay apparently lifeless. She f.tted around lum, changing the position of the body by moving twigs ar.d leaives, apparently trying to make hum comfortable. When he showed signs of re turning cons icusness she seemed to kiss the hurt places to make them well, then taking the baby in her mouth s' ran up the tree, junnpijig from limb to limb until feilie reached their nest in the trunk of the tree. Two days later the little squir rel was jumping and frisking a •round jkist as lively as- has mother, He had learned how to jump in the right way. TTlie Rat, the Mouse and the Frog A frog he would a wooing go, iWihlether his mother would let lum or no' So off hie set with his opera hat, 'And on the road he met with a rat I When of thiey came to th© door [Mousie's hall, Uliey gave a loud knock [and they :gav© a loud call. "Pray MTS Mouse are]you within? "Oan, yee, kind sirs, I'-m sitting to sSSii BipSn." J' V' J- Hs poked hi's l'ttle head out oyer the edge of the limb where he sat a nd 1 coked it her and chattered. Ulien she came running back and gave him a few more instructions, lea ed to a branch near by and b:.ck asain, and then stood beside the little one as he was making ready to jump. I iFinal'y hie screwed up lids courage ventured to the end of the branch and gave a spring in the air. "!"rcy, s. Mouse, will you give us some beer? For Froggy ar.d I are fond of good chleer." 41 #5" Ilf But while they "were all a merry I inakiing, A oat and her kittens cam© tum bling in. v- 'Wne Cat she seized th© rat by the I crown, The kittens itlhley pulled th©, Uttle I' Mouse down. _\'J lilies put Mr. Frog in a terrible fright, I He took up his hat and life wished them good night. As Frogzy was crossing over the brook, j A lily-white du:k eame and gobbled himi up. So here is an end of one, two, three The Rat, the Mouse, amd little "Froggy. JIN GIL E Little Arietta saw a jrat, It was hidden away in her Sunday lhat Slie flung it away with mighit and 4 (main, But sliie nevler would wear her -hiat I again. MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE IS AN OPTIMIST I -He has absolute faith in hiis medi cine—he knows when hie takes it for certain ailments h© gets relief. People who take Dr. King's New Dis covery for an irritating Cold are op timists—they know this cough rem edy will penetrate the linings of the throat, kill th© germs, and open the way for Nature to act. You can' destroy a Cold' by superficial treats ment—you must go to the cause of -e trouble. Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New..Discovery to-day. 3. ,„ By Walt Mason Let tribulation's waters roll, and drench me as I don't deserve. I am th© capita:n of my soul, I am the colonel of my nerve. Don't say my boasting's out of place, don't greet me with a jeer or scoff I've met misfortune face to face ,and pulled it's blcoming wfhfskers off. For I hlave sounded all the deeps of pov erty and ill and woe,, and that old smile I wear for keeps still pushied my features to and fro. Oh, I have walked the "Wilntiy streets all night because I had no bed and I have hungered for the eats, and no one hlanded me the bread. Amd I have liei ded with the swine like that old pirodigal of yore, and this elastic! smile cf mine upon my counten ance I wore. For I believed and still believe that nothing ill is here to say the woozy woe, that maikes us grieve, tomorrow will be blown away. My old time griefs went ut in smoke, and I remain a giggling bard I Icok on trouble as a joke, and chortel wben. it lnitS' me hard. Its all your attitude of mind that (makes your woik a beastly grind, or miakss it seem a round of joy. The mind wnthdn me governs all, ard brings me gladness or disgust I am the captain cf my gall, I any t-V.e major of my crust. THE LOAFER Tihey say that I am worthless and I guess, at least, I he, 'cause kids' and other people's dogs they all Shane upi to me. Whfcle decent m,e® is ramhlin' to nail a dollar dowin I & the best p»rat of my time in a'.mlefs ranubiani" roun'. I pity loto of wiel'l-d re sired folks that cooly pass ime by, the weariness that's on theii I.ps, the pain that's IH their eye. »n winter, just a corner near to some one else's fir^e in summer time a patch) of shade's the top of my d-sire. A gun when fall winds whistle, a pole when fishes bite, three meals, or less if need be, and A pr.ace to s'eep at night. To turn a little favor lor a stronger or a pal, to a tender smile from a young ster or a gal, to gmui with' thieni' that's grinnirgi, and wcepi with them that weepi to never mind my ewes and like my friends a heap to never hurt a woman's heart, noa do a man a wrong -1 ask for notlv ing else except to drift and loaf along. WW to Man With Black Liver The Liver is a blood puirifier. It was thought at one time it wias thie seat of the passions. The trou ble with most is that their Liver becomes black because of impuiri ties tilie blood due to bad physi cal states, causing biliousness, hlead che, dizziness and constipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean, up the Liver amd give you new life. 25o at youtr druggist. 3. See Romanes Bros, twine Binder amd Mower. .. Sick, yfoacU ?C Kr Reliable evidence is abundant that women are crinstantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The many testimonial letters tnat we are continually pd lishing in the newspapers—hundreds of them—are all genu ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true—if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names ana addresses are always given, and learn for yourself., Read this one from Mrs. Waters: CAMDEN, N.J.—"I was sick for two years with nervous spells, and my kidneys were affected. I had a doctor all the time and used et galvanic battery, but nothing did me any good. I was not able to go to bed, but spent my time on a couch or in a sleeping-chair, and soon became almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor "went away for his health, and my husband heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and got me some. In two months I got relief and now I am like a new woman and am at my usual weight. I recommend your medicine to every one and so does my husband."—Mrs. TILLIES WATERS, 530 Mechanic Street, Camden, N.J. From Hanover, Penn. HANOVER, PA.—"I was a very weak woman and suffered from bearing down pains and backache. I had been married over four years and had no children. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound proved an excellent remedy for it made me a well woman. After taking a few bottles my pains disappeared, and we now have one of the finest boy babies you ever saw."—Mrs. C. A. RICKRODE, 11.F.D., No. 5, Hanover, Pa. ."*• Now answer this question if you can. 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