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MOTHER Telia Childless Women What Lydia E.Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Did for Her Millitan, Wis. —** I want to (five you ft word of praise for your wonderful •ay that I did not. suffer much more when my baby was born than I used to •tiffer with my periods before 1 Look Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Com pound years ago. ! give all the credit to your medicine and snail always recom mend it very highly.” Mrs. 11. H. Janhhen, Millston, Wisconsin. How can women who are weak and •icklyexpert or hope to become mothers of healthy children? Their first duty is to themselves. They should overcome the derangement or debility fh?u is dragging them down, and strengthen the entire system, as did Mrs Janssen, by taking Lydia K, Pirikham’s Vege table Compound and then they will lie In a position to give their children the blessing of a good constitution. Church Hymnal Revised. Sweeping reforms nr** to he made In the new hymnal now being compiled for the Church of Kuglaiid. The changes include the abolition of "The Church's One Foundation," "Peiico, Perfect Pence,” and many other well known hymns, revision of "Te lieiiiti,” and (he bringing in of hymns to he sting at science lectures. Compilers of the "General H yin miry." as it Is to he called, suspended their labors dur ing the war, hnl have recently re sumed work. "The Church's One Foundation" Is to he dropped because It is full of mixed metaphors, A hymn by Longfellow beginning "One holy church of God appears,” lakes its place. Doctor llickersleth's hymn, "Pence, Perfect Peace,” Is objected to because of the words, "Tin* blood of Jesus whispers." Important to Mother* Examine carefully every bottle of CJABTOUIA, that famous old remedy for Infauta and children, ami see that It In Dm for Over !10 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher’s Cantoris Skill Recognized. "How In Jonh gelling along with the Violin r “Hettor'n I expected," replied Farm er Oorntoaael, ‘Time mid again It Roiinda like It was goln' to pieces, hut Josh always has the luck to hold it to gether somehow.” I The Philosopher. "He's a philosopher." "What Is a philosopher?" “One who refuses to worry ahont ynnr troubles." pmMl ! llstrikeW jPoasted Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike it's scaled in by the toasting process (|| For your health’s sake yon ahonld Immediately correct any Irregu larity ol the Bowels by taking DR. TUTTS MVEH PILLS. If your Bowels are not working property yon cannot expect to keep fit. Take one or two at bed time. Out right and keep right. If HUN va UUAK ANTKI •> —.ty - lIsKIN DtSBA h s ‘ Mt>i> S /OTT KM (Hunts S.d* mu! . ■ lln fit It Ihttr.Btmrnt of tub, berm*, t JA Ringworm, Tetter or ethtf hell — * ■* in,klndi.r.e*. t'Ttbi.trmt •lent M mir rink Sold hv U rrll'bit drugclon A. b. RkhMd, Mtdichu Cos, Shrmn. fci>. The Kitchen j |ig Cabinet | Copyright nil. W**t*rn NwMpMpr Union Homaon* him well said that thn coat* on our t>Mckh k!v* uh more com ern lb*n h** f-oata of *ur moinachf. Wlven are th only laborer** on earth j who work for board and clot hen. oven llii-m- are often Indifferent, WAYS WITH POTATOES. With hundred*. of waya of nerving pot lit och, the average liounewlfe will coniine li*r l ain 11 y to a mr dozen or two, thinking mlo* UniM tinm a largo va J thought to keep going during tin* summer. hut U I tin* results ..re worth the ‘‘frott. whieh affords a re- IE 'J-S lief from monotony. Shoestring Po t a toes With Savory Sauce.—Peel tin potatoes and hil**i* on a allcer in small strips; w h'*n three an* prepared ook lln in In (tolling suited water twenty minutes. Grown in (wo tahlespootifuls of I fit , two hii.nil onions ehopped, two tea jqioonfeJs of mixed herbs. Add two , lahlespooiifiiis of Hour, then when well mixed add a pint of milk, two tea- Hpooiiful.s of salt and plenty of pepper to season. Cook twenty minutes, Hi rain and pour over the crooked |h tato. Sprinkle with eheese and serve. The eheese may he omitted If not de al red. Franconia potatoes are itnlversally wdl liked I had, halve and parboil for live minutes, (hen* place fyomid the ronsl. hasting until a golden brown. Spanish Potatoes.—Peel and (mil In Mulled water until the potatoes are done, hi the vegetable dish phnv two laid* spoonfuls of butter and one of minced onion for each half dozen small potatoes. Turn In the well-drained j potatoes and chop with a knife, mix ing well; season with pepper and nerve hoi. Potato Balls With Peas.—Make small halls of well-seasoned mashed per-j 10. rook until well browned, flatten | a hollow in the center of each and put | Into each a spoonful of hot seasoned [ green peas. Serve on a platter with I well browned veal birds. These are * prepared by pounding tin* steak, cut* | ting in strips, smiling and fastening ( with a toothpick or two, browning In ! butter, then simmering in a Utile cream for an hour. A good mother does not hoar th j musk* of the dance, when her children I cry.—From the Gorman. Claim your freedom In service.— Phillips Brooks. RECIPES WORTH WHILE. A hollamhdse sauce Is delicious when well made, but tin* best of them Hwlll curdle at the last in omen t. I Here Is one which true to flavor and i hie boiler three lablespooufulH of butler; add two tublespooiifuls of Hour and blend well. Add, gradually, one cupful of boiling water, stirring continuously until thickened. Season with one-half teaspoonful of salt, a . flash of cayenne and one tablespoouful of lemon Juice. More lemon juice may be added If needed for the dish with i which It Is served. Leave the sauce In a double holler over the beat until U Is ready to serve. Then mid the yolks of two well beaten eggs; reheat and serve at once. Ilollaiidalse sauce Is delicious poured over tender young turnips cut In cubes, brussels sprouts or asparagus. I It Is tine to serve with baked or boiled iish. Peach Cream Pie,— Hake a pastry shell and till with sliced peaches. Pour over them the following filling: Take two cupfuls of scalded milk, one-half cjipful of sugar, one-third of a cupful of flour, one-quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, and cook together for 15 min utes. Cool, flavor with lemon and pour over the fruit. Serve topped with whipped cream. Poached Eggs, Ham and Holland, alee. —Cook very thin slices of ham In a hot frying pan until well frizzled. On rounds of toasted buttered bread place n piece of ham, then a poached egg; sprinkle with salt and pepper and pour hollandalse sauce over each; sprinkle with a hit of minced parsley and serve. Golden Glow Ice Cream.—Roll to gether two cupfuls of sugar and one of ! boiling water for five minutes; add , one cupful of grated pineapple, one I quart can of apricots, put through m ; sieve, and tin* Juice and pulp of two | oranges. Scald two quarts of rich milk; mid a tablespoouful of flour | mixed with a little cold milk, and cook until the starch Is well cooked. Rlend i the milk and fruit mixture, and freeze. This makes a gallon. Conserve of Beets. —Carefully peel one dozen small beets and cook them In p pint or more of water until ten der Skim and add four pounds of j sugar, the Juice of six lemons and the grated rind of four, one dozen cloves •*ul four inches of cinnamon tied In n I small hag. Roll for one hour. Re -1 move the spice hag, skim out the beets I and place In a jar. Roll the sirup tin ' til thick and pour over, fleal. The 1 cots may be used an a conserve and ; (be Juice mr.’ os a lovely color added j to creams, tees and various sherbets, i i : VLw- irttJL EAST MISSISSIPPI TIMES, STARKSVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Use of Neckwear Decoration Affords Appearance of Changes of Dress. Many of Latest Imports of Shear Whita Fabrics With Touchaa of Bright Color. A Hirx-k of pn*try plays an Important part in any woman’* wnnlro)*. hut inori* ho In that of the trl rJ at hoanlink school or coll<*g(*, whose clothes an* more simple than rhrwe of her debutante sister. Conse quently they require the small touches which metamorphose a frm*k or suit and irive the appearance of mohe changes of dre*s than one actually lias. Sweater** more than any other nr tide of flnssi have done a jereat deal for neckwear. About a year anti a half auo all of tin* host dressmakers featured the lingerie neck finish, and much \\u*t said and written about It as being the return of a well-liked hut for a time neglected fashion which would he JoyfjiJly accepted by all women This aiis not verified. While every bodv knows that n touch of white nt the ia*dv makes a gown more beeom- Ing and a woman npixmr more youthful, for some reason the plain, collarle.ss neck has been preferred. it is the tailored suit and the sweater that keep Hie neckwear busi ness thriving. The wearing of one piece dresses for Hlldi a long time was rather a severe blow to tills dainty detail of dress. The recent re viva I of tailored suits, especially those with the open front requiring a hand some gi let , has stimulated the produc tion of new tilings In lids line. Many of the latest Imports are of sheer while fabrics with touches of bright color Introduced, such as new reds op unusual shades of blue. These may lie in the form of a simple cm OIL PAINTING ON THE DRESS Dacoratlom In oil paint on coatumca hao Juat boon Introduced. Thii gown In black taffata with a ailhouotto •klrt, hat tho 011-paintad detonation* distributed on tho folde of tho ekirt. VELVET IS SURE TO BE POPULAR IT Soft Material Promises to Be Chiaf 1 Favorite Thie Season—Tailored Blouse in Favor. It Is predicted that velvet will he the most popular of all materials for | fall. The chances arc that the designs j will he simple In the extreme, allow ing the beauty of the material and | the line of the gown to he the ohlef attractions. Somehow this material vance fashions than is Its sister fabric, ! duvetyn. But which will win In the i I rare for favor can only he told after the season is fairly started and wom en have decided as to which they real ! ly prefer. For wear with suits It seems prob ; able that the tailored blouse will con | tlmte in popular favor. It has cer tainly served Its time well this spring | and summer season, with the sleeve ! less coats and sweaters and dresses. | Those with the little (lutings and i plaltfcigs lit extremely narrow strips are the ones which buyers and wear ! ers seem to like tHe best. The street Oxford lias been passed In popularity by the heavy suede strapped pump with a low heel, at least frr country sport wear. It Is likely that this style will carry over for street wear In the city In the fall. >’o matter how young the daughter Is—-If she he a mere huby- she must have h cape them* days, and the baby capes arc, perhaps, il e most lovely' of all. And capes promise to keep on j being strictly up to-date for at least another season. No nee cun *j|y how long hey will survive after Unit, hut at '. v. ‘ we ran revel in them for some i MANHATTAN MODEL FOR FALL A panel border from collar to toe ef fects a long line. The neckpiece may be either choker or revere. This is called a Manhattan model for fall. broidery with n narrow string tie to match llright-colored leathers, too, are seen on guiinpes and waistcoats of sheer fabrics. •LEATHER FRINGE” NO JOKE White Kid New and Interesting Trim- j rrdng Used on Satin and Crepe Frocks. White kid Is one of the new and In- | •cresting trimmings used on black satin and crepe frocks. A Idack frock has white kid applied In the form of fringe. '|\velve rows, each about an Inch and a half deep, finish the bot tom of the skirt, two rows appearing on each sleeve and as a border for the round eape collar. This collar, by the way, sometimes reaching almost to the waistline. Is shown on quite a number of the early fall frocks. Naturally a slender fig ure Is required If the collar or cape Is to he becoming, and regardless of Ihe fftet that statisticians have pro duced figures to prove that about 48 per cent of the total female popula tion should he listed In the “stout” class, sfrnight, slender, youthful fig ures are seen in abundant numbers. Tlie frock fastens In the back and Is finished at the waistline wdth a folded white kid belt, which Is caught together at the buck with an orna mental buckle. Caro of tho Hair. Many have the habit of hack comb ing the hair to make It look fluffy. ThhT cannot he done without some in jury to the hair, hut It can be ao care fully done that the Injury will he slight. A great deal depends upon the manner In which the corah Is Inserted. Put It In on a slant, not straight across, and you will find that It will be much easier to disentangle and there will be no necessity for breaking the ends. time to come. Only those who have worn the rape know how satisfactory It can be. FASHIONS IN BRIEF Puffed sleeves nr* quaifft for girl ish afternoon dresses. In evening slippers, us well as after noon pumps and street shoes, low heels appear. Some new white kid gloves have gauntlets trimmed with tails of mon key fur and Jet bends. Gowns and chemise are frequently unstitched at the side seams, showing instead a lace edging and ribbed bows. Broadtail, Including the taype va riety, Persian lamb and black caracul will he aiOong the featured furs. The suit craze for the moment is for the gray tailored suit with the one-button Jacket, snug fitting sleeves and small collar. In novelty Jewelry, circle pearls take first place, peari bracelets, ear rings and tassels suspended on a cord being among the favorite forms. The topcoat on tailored lines, to he worn for the same purposes as a man’s topcoat, I. e„ over suits as well as frocks, is growing In popularity. Pasted owls' heads are particularly in farm for use on white hats, usually those developed In, harordite satin or felt. The heads are perched high on ' the front of the crown. Many pretty collars and cuffs aro > shown for sweaters and sport dresses, | hut there Is no great variety of types | lu these, as they conform more or less j to the outline of the sweater reek. ? 1 ' 111 " *S| THAHRFIII or Dll m 010 HER FOR GOOD rt-lIU-11/l YEARS AGO kLTIH Keeps the Medicine with Her for Safety I Mr. Carl Linder, K. E. D. No. 2, Box 44, Dasscl, Minnesota, writes: “X want to thank JOU for your kindness and the good your JKk remedy did me jenrs ego. lam perfectly i well and visiting mHi>oltane, Wash. Were it J| not for Pe-ru-n 1 would not tiave been able <&?*?.'3SrVT to moke this trip. I always tnke your medi cine with me for safety should I take cold. Praise to Pe-ra-na.’’ ■M. UK UNO A* an emergency remedy for everyday ill*, a. f.. a*, t. isi 44, Pe-ru-na has been in use fifty years ’ , : leatitaNM. TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERTWHERE W. ■■ 1 fates——————— I ■ IrilnWMni Not Only For Chill, and Fever O CHILLTONIC But • Fine General Tonic Wards Off Malaria and Restores Strength. Try It ■■■■ ' Mat—UArr—>dracaWt.wHu Ana Healthy Babies Sit Up and Play Good digestion and keeping the bowels open insure good health in babyhood. Thousands of babies are kept healthy and happy by |||P BS^ ME?S.WINSLOWS Th Infants’ and Childran’s Regulator .1 **’ T* Promptly end aatltfartorily relieves diar- wH tSLjff \ rho<m - wind colic, flatulancy. constipation BHh9 k and other disorders. 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PLUG TOBACCO ■ COimil DROPSY HMEOY C(U Dept,W.O.,AIUHTA. Known as I KREMOLA S SBSB H ff • J9I H ItIILIIIUIsn comPaSlt. ii6Mlehln An,.CUsss. til3t good Kind I Agent. Wanted—Earn Big Money Helling army style shoes. Munson last, Uood- I I' , • j I H year welt. Drcsa shoes. Factory to wearer. v /n/ It UTUt IJOIC Metropolitan Sales Cos., 1193 Broadway. N. Y. will know why I msth^ l Barkers m hair balsam wKsSfefS**' dHßsnoTeDananifr S topi Hair Fsilfasc r\ .. _ . Restores Color and Discussing the Concert. Beauty to Gray and Faded Hafa She—l icin’t you think M.no, Warble pn!.u much feeling Into her singing? UIMncDcnDUC He—Ves. Hut It must be terrible to feel that way. FOR SUMMER COLDS j. i ~ Use Vucher-Baltn; it relieves at LHOieS Let LlUllCUra once. If we have no agent where you vxy rti • live, write to E. W. Vacher, Inc., New l\6Gp 1 OUT ijhlll U - A "" !,ll ”"'"’ Fresh and Young C'mon. ° “I'm lookin' fer a harness shop,” Sp2Se^Oijmi^ZSM4^Mc^ “Cmon. Them's corsets." —Louis- - vllle CouHer-.Toumnl. W. N. U„ MEMPHIS, NO. 38-1921. For Colic, Flux, Dysentery, Etc. For All looseness of bowels this celebrated medicine is unsurpassed. A doctor’s prescription used for 50 yean. yfil oiabdhou ; 1 Has the 44 V. V.” Shield |||l IJ(| I I)- ,| | This trade mark on any druff, ||k ||r j|| | medicine or drug accessory in* Hsss Jj^lj ' jjjr I Bures quality. Ask your dealer* *"x*-x-x*<xox"XX->-x~>x^X“X~x~x~xo>-x-X“X-kx~>* I Begin Right Now to | | Conquer Your Rheumatism | If you are going to again relyj upon the liniment bottle to try to | rub your Rheumatism away, you will be doomed again to nothing but disappointment A disease that can cause so much pain and suffering is not on the surface of the skin, and cannot be rubbed away. Many forms of Rheumatism are caused by a tiny disease germ in the blood, and in such cases the only logical treatment is to search out and remove these germs from the blood. > For this purpose there is no more satisfactory remedy than S.S.S., the fine old blood remedy that has been in use for more than fifty years, and has given such general satisfaction for Rheumatism. Begin taking 5.5.11. todav, and ■Trite our medical director for ex pert advice, without charge. Ad dress Chief Medica.,l Director, lf.o Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga S. S, S. is not sold or recommended for venereal diseases.