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AN OPERATION Compound Saved Her Star, N. C.-" My montly spells gm a so nch trouble, sometimes they would last two weeks. I wa.s treated by two doe tors without relief and they both said I would have to have .. an operation. Ihad and was unt to do anything, and had given up all hope of better. I readabout your medicine in the mu veti Bsptist paper and decided to an I I have used LydiaE. Pinkham's %;h CO pOU and Lydia othe 's Liver Pills for about seven Th inethe azl now I am able to do m1 rk. I shall never orget your med real else and 1ouay wishlthis if you stto s it is "--rs J. F. Husm. Star, N. C. ati S Beris inother woman who adds her tmdmsy to the manywbose letters we sa 1 hed, puba proving that of i IaeE. a's bl C etoten rsstons halth to safering s hves afar they have gone so far seer r -operadoti is deemed advisable. it will sorely pay any woman higi *W& twengod dd isrbbad we and areng Resemblance. 'eatentment," reman'"ed Shnlobone, inm a adlhty fine thing; de only enhle 'bout It is it's kn' o' habd to stan thuailsh from Jes plain laslnes*.' Iasem Transcrpt. THE BEST YET. IY an sve rw ued Vadher-Be., m de t hmow hbow quoek end ple. ,. " a eold I she ad, r soreness awatae can tb seHeted by this hare. MM sItates. Nothing Is 'yJt 'lssI. v. II .to ol wish !te a stteerbg words eof orator a ti sees i a sa mnpieeeatefap bem ase ey babblews, inter I 1 eeay heoe f have anu roreiol x r.f " wrwk Is w - io ctin sekd kanow maea al, i_ ***SA** ap these Organized Evil Forces at Work; Seek IN the Disintegration of Society. By CALVIN COOLIDGE, Vice President-Elect. I speak in behalf of higher education. There is ___e need not only of patriotic ideals and a trained intelli mes gence in our economic life, but also of a deep under as standing of man and his relationship to the physical so- universe and to his fellow man. There has always mid been evil in the world. There are evil forces at work now. They are apparently organized and seek dis an integration of society. They can almost be recognized hd by a direct appeal to selfishness. They deny that the of present relationship of men has any sound basis for an its existence. They point out to men with untrained the minds that it takes effort to maintain themselves and support government o and claim that they ought to exist without effort on the accumulation of B. others and the denial that men have any obligations toward one another. 'e The answer to this lies in a knowledge of past human experience and a realization of what man is. The sources of the state of mind which supports civilization are edu cation and religion. We hold by the modern standards of society. We believe in maintaining modern civilization for the protection and support hat of free government and the development of the economic welfare. The great test of an institution is the ability to perpetuate itself. It a seems fairly plain that these institutions can survive with the aid of a higher education. Without it they have not the slightest chance. We justify the greater and greater accumulation of capital because we believe that thereupon flows the.support of all science, art, learning m and the charities which minister to the humanities of life, all carrying their beneficent effects to the people as a whole. sly Unless this is measurably true, our system of 'civilization ought to a to stand condemned. The District of Columbia Should Vote b and Be Represented in Congress. By ARTHUR BRAMWELL, Washington Visitor. T we One of the chief reasons for the failure of the District of Columbia o0 to obtain the electoral franchise is the large number of residents who wish to retain their ballots in their home states and do not want to vote Shere. I have been coming to Washington for many years and have been in interested in the refusal of congress to bestow the ballot on the district. b Like any other real American, I think the people of the capital should f have voic in the government under which they live, but I am afraid it will never be granted them until the thousands of workers who vote in ri Sother at nlinquiltheir home vote for a vote here and urge their con grmmnen to Igrnt the district the tranchise. There is no doubt in my mind that the district should vote and that be i it should ha nrepresentaton in congres as well as the power of choosing id own mmnicipal oemrs and publie servants. The school situation ina Washington has never been entirely satisfactory, simply because the peo pie have had no voice in the seletion of their school officials. No city 3a an succeed as well under a paternalistic government as under its own rule Politics i necesary in any city, as it keeps some factions actively watching every movement made by the party in power, and the officials en know that they must satisfy the public if they wish to be returned. e The District of Colunpbia cast about 60,000 votes in the recent els e tion, all ato them in other states. e ma The New Day When Business Women Will a Prefer Simple Clothes to Finery. I dnang pump, combinad with coload shirt and tweed trousers, but you m ase girl going to work in a gunral mixture of ballroom finery and ail ond thing~ Of eunm thL is not altogether the st of lack of muns of AtnW . m oenfronted with the necessity of bying both evening and busines clothes ut out of a limited income, the business girl buys the former ad tries to tio make thaem do for both occasions no st, no matter what the condition, this practic won't do any more than the mixed clothing will do for the young man. I feel that the Fed- .l ation of afemional and Business Women should concern itself with a l movemet in behalf of simple and suitable dres for business The traoble has ben that the moment dress reorm is mentioned for wma the worMd fmps to the condclusion that it means mannish clothes or a uniform. I do not believe in either, but what I do herald is the i comning of a new day when businesso women will prefer simple dclothes dr to perisiable may theo sai oft Let the Growing Boy Have His Rabbits S and gKnow Their Funny Habits tie Dy & C. HUIFMAN, Dene resi am bees essm P rets in n holy wrath at the landlords who etase to alow nhil- r dan to ive in their apartment h Eome to yet, i my opnion thildae should not r cooped up in apartments, where thew a yrd in wrhi chn they can re mp. Growing children need the trLh air, ge grass u ad cntact with the soil. i he ins na sprtmnt hoeu oaves the growing boy withbot u I r amity of on mall ches tat tha d to give him the habit of work se must do wh h is grown. This genes~tion is inclining more and mo My advice to parnts i4 take the children out into the o Le 1 Sour them know whot at a to a o the coal after sehool. Iatthm r .' the joy of digging into the fsh erth.t Start th child at workti den plot in the back yard. Let him see natr at work. Let theroin t baT hae his rabbits and pigeoms and know their f may habit to Judge Victor P. -Arnold, Chicag Juel Cort.IiM gntet problem which is confronting us today is that d our boys and grl a' the gnast rtlmaon of eaery r el wrer, club a. churh mm er * e ad publk srited and cnscientios etisen. *- _ o tlh. uqi_ l ft he m_,hr..I. b m grq in i e ~mi PEANUT BUTTER GIVES RICH FLAVOR TO NUMEROUS DISHES e . t iI d " R ::... . « .... ....... .... . • . ... fi Peanut Butter Can Be Made Easily at Home by Putting Freshly Roasted Peanuts Through a Meat Grinder. ling Besides making an excellent sand ring wich filling, peanut butter can be used to give flavor to a number of dishes that are cheap, easy to make, and very to wholesome. The "butter," which real ly Is Just finely ground peanuts to which salt has been added, can be made at home very easily by putting freshly roasted peanuts through a meat grinder after the red skins have been removed from them. The ma chine should be adjusted to grind as fine as possible. If salt is added to the nuts before they are ground it is generally mixed in more thoroughly. The following recipes, which are a lit tle out of the ordinary, are recom mended by home economics specialists bie of the United States Department of rho Agriculture As a Substitute for Meat. Meat substitutes, especially for nl luncheon or supper, have been found ict. by many housekeepers to be a success d ful way of keeping down the food bill and of giving more variety to the it meals, Peanut butter souffle has a in rich, nutty flavor and fluffy texture, and when made by this recipe supplies a little more protein and considerably more fuel than a pound of average at beef. With eggs at 0) cents a dosen and peanut butter at 85 cents a pound the materials will cost about 85 cents n and will serve about four persona, Peanut Butter Sow f ity cupful peanat Juce. butter. 1 cuptul ot, stal 1 cupful tmate breadcrumbs. Juice. 1 teaspoonftul salt. % taspoontful alon $ egsp Mix together the first five ingredi Is ents, add the well-beaten yolks of the eggs and fold in the stiffly beaten whites. Pour the mixture into a but tared baking dish and cook in a mod erate oven for about 20 minutes. If desired, water and a little lemon Jules may be used instead of the tomato. Serve the soeffe with tomato sauce made as follows: ! teaspoonfuls but- % teaspoonful ter or other lt. salt. 1 tablespoonfuls 1 cupful tomato Sour. Juice. cook for about a minute. Add the to mato jalce and salt and stir the sauce until It thickens. Either skim milk or water flavored with tomato catsup may be used Instead of the tomato Juice in j i making this sauce. t An Koeonomical Pudding. A cottage pudding without eggs, but-. ter or milk may seem like no pudding t at all, but here is a recipe for peanut e butter cottage pudding that is nutri tious and good even though it contains t none of these thing. , Moeover it is 1 so hearty, that the main part of the e meal may be somewhat, les u substan A, tualthan usuaL b Peanut Butter Cottage PWdding 1 teapoonful salt. eupful peanut S1 tesapooaful soda, butter. 1% cupfuls water. 3 tablespoeulsf 1% euptuls Sear. Ismee Juice. S% cppfai musar. stft the sour, salt and soda together. SComblnp the water, peanut butter, e lemon Juice and sugar, and stir in the a dry ingredients. Beat the mixture thoroughly, beke it In muffin pans, and serve with chocolate or other pudding sauce. If desired, four teaspoonfuls of beking powder may be substituted for the soda and lemon Juice. Peanut Butter Drop Ceelise. Cookies with ehopped peanuts in them or on the top have long been fa vorites in many families, Cookles made by the following recipe have the same rich Savor and are economical because the peanut butter replaces eggs, milk sad butter in the ordinary recipes for sugar cookles, and are easy to make because the peanuts are al ready ground. Childre particularly, will enjoy these cookies if given to them with milk or with a simple des sart. 1 caulpl pseaut bt- e cupfuls Sour. tar. I tuasposoetalr salt th I upu age. I taepaontaul mda. 8 t *blspoeai 1 cupful watert. Rub together the peanut butter, be sugar and lemon fotue, and add the ca eouar, In which has been sifted the salt and soda. Gradually stir in the water. Drop the mintsre by spoonul o a aml greasned tin and hake for about 20 mis- of utee in a moderate ovean. , If desired be two espoonl of bakinLg powder tu Minralo Are Needed. t hanberrim hoadd net be coeld- poi eed a Thaksiving dish only, but u be ermd freqaetly because they tain minerals whleh the body N yen pdt your own shoes, slr me rb lo a te det; thes and- may he used instead of the lemon Juice ised and soda. shes Peanut Butter and Tomato Soup. rery A soup as nutritious as the ordinary eal- puree of vegetables may be easily r to made as follows: be 1 cupfuls tomato % teaspoonful pap ting Juice. rika. Ia % cupful peanut 3~ cupfuls boiling ave butter. water. 1 teaspoonful salt as Add the tomato juice gradually to the peanut butter, and when smooth at is dd the seasonings and water. Simmer bly for ten minutes and serve with croa tons. Well-seasoned soup stock may be substituted for the water; but, If Ists used, the quantity of salt should be of reduced. PRESERVING FRUITS and BY FREEZING URGED me bill the Has More Natural Flavor Than , Canned Product. lies bly age Useful in Making Ice Creams and men Sherbets and for Cooking Pies, lad Preserves, Jeliee and Varioum *ts Other Desearta. That the utllsation of freezing stor age for the preservation of berries, ale other small fruits and tomatoes could be profitably extended is the belief of specialists of the bureau of markets, dU- nited States Department of Agrle'1 ture. Mtny Ice cream manufacturers and canners would be benefited by n adopting practicable methods of hold ing such products for manufacturinlg purposes, say the specialists. It is pointed out that the preserva to. tion of fruits by ireezing is cheaper than canning them, especially when tin containers are scarce and costly as at present; and that the froen fruit, at held at the proper temperatures, has a more natural flavor than canned or dried fruit. The experimenters found ad fruit preserved by freezing to be fully as satisfactory as fresh fruit and an ce perlor to canned or dried fruit for use or in making cle creams and sherbets, my and for cooking into pies, preserves, l jellies and other desserts and confee tions. The frozen fruits after thaw ing are not well suited for eating alone in a raw state, but are Consid - ered very palatable when eaten before ig they have completely thawed. When Ut used as inlgredients for desserts and d- confections best results will be ob as tained if they are combined before Is they are free from Ice. 0 RABBIT PIE at - 8kin, draw and eut a rabbit S into pieces; put into stew pen and cover with boiling water. r Cook until very tender. Remove meet from the .broth and con centrate the broth to about one Shal . Pick the meat from the d bones u as large pieces as po sible. Thicken stock with one tablespoonful Sour per cupful d of broth and pour over meat. Add two tablespoonfuls salt and one-eighth teapoonful pepper. Ilae the sidks of a baklng disk ° with crust, either a rich baking powder blscuit dough or pie paste, add meat mixture, cover with crust and bake in hot oven 80 minutes. Steaks and chops are higher Ia price than roasts and contala more waste. In troing a shirt always trai the body part frst, then the bocom and ,euft. e *** Whan making creamed tomato soup mix a little soda with a teaspoonfl of corn starch and add It to the cream before pouring It inate the tomato mix ture. This wil prevent cardlla. Cranberrmia belong with trke, but theyr may be erved with any kind at poualtry or meats when in season, ud espeelally with these meats whleb are net sasily digested. A new slk sweater is made with a collar, cuffs and band aroed the bottom et tha mew loop trimming eor hairpli aarchet of lat. Swa4 am ho rimeed * the aepI Ong 51 a L 51 MsVe e b A Feeling of Security! You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. It is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in teaspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with td every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. If you need a medicine. you ihould "' have the best. On sale at all drug stores "A in Lottles of two size,. medium and large. lI However. if you wish first to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Itintha;mton. N. Y.. for a W sample bottle. WVhen writing be sure and a mention this paper.--Adv. ha Cu What, Indeed. no Alhiamn-They tell me that up d no'th tihe Yn;llkee.n put signs on their onf cenieteries. "*.N itlll ts a:llowetd." T .Miislssilppi-Hlluhi Then tell me what thely uo whten their engine diets on them?-Exchnnge. br: Kill That Cold Wit CASCARA QUININE N 'm CoMs, Cousgs "M1W La Grippe NeALL ctd Colds Sare Dngro Tae **e Aieesa Eepils staded smedyhendy for t as os Bat kep a cold in 24 hours-Rsieyes Grippe fa 3 daye-Rscsieat fore Hedche Quinine this foun does not affect the head-Cacsea in bast Ta Lsmndwv-No pia en Hloas ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT You Must Replace the Wear and Tear on the Human System Did you ever stop to consider what a tremendous strain Is placed a upon your human system every day? in Year heart is constantly pump- fi nlg life and vitality to every part S. of your. body. This is being rap- th Idly consumed after being turned vi Into energy and strength that be keeps your system performing its fo various functions. Every day there is a certatin W amount of wear and tear that must In be replaced, if you are to enjoy vi good health. Is BEASTS MAKE GOOD ON FILMS RI EasteC Journal Makes Unkind Coem En parison Between Four-Feeted and Human Acters. It was said at a recent meeting of the London Zoological society that the qt plan of making, and Leepinv on record, pal films of rare animals had been entered upon with considerable success, the sul natural movements of the beasts hay. sea Ing been reproduced on the screen in yoi a most interesting and instructive two manner. It is Indeed reasonable to tae suppose that the four-legged film act- eve ors may even be more successful, from an artistic standpoint, than their hu- nia man colleagues; first, because their hai motins are naturally intelligible with out the accompaniment of spoken Ian- pre guage; and second, because they can- eve not be trained, as "movie" performers sat apparently are, to chop up their move- bin meats Into a limited number of stereo- me typed gestures, in more or less regular We sequence, which audibaces presumably sea know by heart and may antlclpate Bal wel in advane.-Christian Seence pia Monitor. How Pabris May be Tested, The thumb test will belp to deter- mea mine strength and weaving quality oft goods. The fabrie Is held between the forefLngers and thumbe, while the sit knuckles should be *Iweed together, ad eausing a heavy t on the fabrie. Its strength will shown by the lasi ease or dlfcelty which It team, Look into it! IFtea or coffee drink? ing distiurbs health or comfort, switch to I INSTANT PosTUM There's a big fain toward health.h,h aco. venience, eonomyp a no lossr in atisfactao EVYERYWE SELL POSTUW xd.. *m Poeba....cemlh ~brm~dlI , Deatts ree Sure Relief O_ R INDIGES Rough Stuff. Slalst(ick ir I.tor--( ' l't test 11 novel rI , hiuh adopt a Calmed': (Colltnlitl--iat y illelrry 1 l(our at:l. Ibut Isb't ltre t l h 'Alice Tl'hr ew the IAN.kinrp ;ilhm Fun. uticura Comforts Baby' Hhbie rl. rouglh aind itclhilng baths of t'uticuri Souap arld t Cuticura ( inrmt.nt. Al, now andIl thil of that eXIsit~It ed datnttn: poº dl'r. ('utictura one of the indispensiuble Toilet Trio.-Adv. NI itr1, Sl'l el jt 's l jll rt'i. s' ºf v I brains behind a pretty faº,. r Many people have found 8. I a great aid in keeping their ? in good condition. Being fine blood tonic and system-b t S. 8. 8. strengthens and - the blood supply, and gives I vigor and vitality to the t body. It is not sold or * for venereal diseases. 8. 8. 8. is sold by all a Write for free literature I Information to Chief Medical visor, 12 8wit t aboratory, elant, Gs. ROSE UP IN THEIR Entire Body of "Plain Crimson Gulch Tired of the They Played. "ooing for a little holide quired the member of a party. "No," replied Plate Pete. suitcases represent all our w sessions and the departure whl your historic privilege to wit two-handed play on which me tus Joe here intends to stand ever." "But Crimson Gulch is just ning to be the fine town w have so long hoped for." "It is. All the boys except prospered one way or another, every one of them Is an stockholder or somethln' that him some kind of a rate me an' Cactus Joe is We're wtllin' to do our duty seas, with any kind of an eves But we're tired of bela' the plaln people." • How He Got it. "Pa had the last word in an ~eat with me last night." "That so?" "Yep. Ma was arguing simply had to have a new a dinner party that is coming "Well, how did your father last word in that sort of a b "He finally said 'yes.'"