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PREPARED FROM LEFT-OVERS Potato and Meat Dish Can Be Made One of the Most Appetizing on the Menu. HER LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Ohiciipn, 111. "I was troulili'il with falling and Inflammation, and the doo- ltiirshaiil 1 oiMil'l in c get well nnleu I had an oixniliun. II knew I could imt Inland tlio Btralu of one, so I wrote to Iyou sometime an atiout mv h ealt li and . o u told mo I. hat to do. After 4 'i b I n n T ...li.. I.' fll'iiikliiiin's Vegeta- hici ( ompound and Jlilood I'urilliT 1 am to-rlm a well woman "Mrs. William AllllKNH, U8S W'.'Jlst St.. ChiciRu, 111. Lydia E. Piaknain'i Vegetable Com pound, made from native loots and lierlM, contains no narcotics or harm ful drufs, nnd to-day boldfl the record for the largest number of actual curea of female diseases of any similar miili Sine In the country, and thousands of voluntary t ittlmoniali arc on m in the Pink ham laboratory at I, vim, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, Inflammation, ul ceration, displacements, tibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion ami nervous prostration, Every such infferlng woman owes it to rs. ir to give j.v.iia K. Pinkliam'i vegetable Compound a trial. If yon would liko special ndvlco about your OEM vvrlto a confiden tial letter to Mrs. rink hum. at Iynn, Muss. Her advice in free, and alwujs licliif ul. i r 'mm Take the left overs of turkey, chick i n, beef or mutton and aquel parti o! potatoes, aeaaon alth salt and pepper, butter the bottom of n granite ban Inn pan, put In a layer of potatoes with bits of butter, next a layer of meat and ho oii until the dish Is lull Now pour over It a sauce made al follows: Put a larse tables poonfu' butter in a saucepan, add a heaping tablespoon of dour, cook until imoota (Io n add slowly lialp pint milk, cook until thick anil add salt and pepper tc taste, one tablespoon each of onion juice and chopped parsley After pul ling these in let all stand a few min utes that all may become blended, now pour It over the meat and pola tin s and sprinkle the top with bread 1 or cracker crumbs, dotted with bits of butter ( over and bake In a good oven half an hour, uncover and brown. This dish served with baked and stuffed tOmatOai will be found dell eious and Is a fine way to use scraps. The Appetites of Kings. The king ol Spain makes up for daily expenditure of activity by mendous appetite. I have obte for that matter, that the majorll sovereigns are valiant trencher Every morning of his life Alfonso has a good rump st ak and pot; for his lirst breakfast, often pro; by egg! and soinetlnn followei salad and fruit. From Raoollec of M PaOll in McClure s. Una i tre rved ty ot men XIII itoel tadad d b Hops Marriage. A came nf chance in which jaS ehances are about even. The man b ads at tlrst. but after leaving the al tar he usually follows branthleiaiy in his wife's trail The rules me very confuting ll a masked player I olds you up Mune iiIkIiI at the end of a long gun, It is Balled robbery, and entitles you to telephone tin- police, but If our Wife holds you up for a much larger amount the next morning at tin end of n long hue it is termed diplomacy, and counts In her favor In this, as In other Raines of life, wives nre usually allowed more privileges than other outlaws - Judge. Premature Repentance. The sick man seized his wife's hand In his feeble grasp. "Please tell me the whole, awful truth at once.'' he begged, gaspingly. "Ob, William:" cried his, wife, "it's all right, at hist! The crisis Is pust and the doctor assures us that you will recover"' "Is be absolutely sure of that, my dear''" "Perfectly." "Well, then, darling, phase do this for me at once Kun anil telephone to my partner that I didn't mean what 1 said yesterday about not foreclosing thiit mortgage. Hell understand that I must have been out of my bead." A GOOD CHANGE A Change of Food Works Wonders. The wrong food and drink causes a lot of trouble In this world To change the food is the first duty of every person that is ill, particularly from stomach and nervous troubles. As an Illustration: A lady In Mo has, with her husband, been brought around to health again by leaving off coffee and some articles of food that did not agree with them. They began us lug POfttUB and (Jrape Nuts food. Sb says: "For a number of years 1 suffered with stomach and bowel trouble which kept getting worse unutll I was very 111 most of the time. About four years ago I left off coffee and began taking Postum. My stomach and bowels Improved right along, but I was so reduced In flesh and so nervous that the least thing would overcome me. "Then I changed my food and be gan using Orape-Nute la addition to Postum. I lived on these two prin cipally for about four months Day by day I Rained in flesh and strength until now the nervous trouble has en tirely disappeared and 1 feel that I owe my life and health to Postum and Grape-Nuts. "HiiBband Is 73 years old and he was troubled for a long time with occa sional cramps, nnd slept badly. Finally I prevailed upon him to leave off coffee and take Postum. He had stood out for a long time, but after he tried Postum for a few days Ivo found that he could sleep and that his cramps disappeared. He was satisfied and has never gone back to coffee. "I have a brother In California who has been using Postum for several years; his whole family use It also be cause they have had such good results from It." Look in pkgs. for the little book, "Tho Road to Wellvllle." "There's a Kenson." Ever read Ihr nbuve Irttrrf A neer one iiiM-nr from limp ft, time. They are- rrnular, true, aad fall uf kuuiaa lateral. St nfTi-ta potatoi s are made by mix ing cheese and bread crumbs in with the contents. When boiling fresh potatoes try put i ting R sprig ot mini in the water to j give a delicious flavor to the vegeta bles. Plaster figures in hard or elebsstei i finish are easily cleaned by dipping a stiff toothbrush In gasoline and scrub binf Into all the crevices. If you have a black gown that needs 1 rroshonfcag, cleanse it thoroughly with dear black coffee diluted with water and containing a little ammonia After the weekly washing rub a lit- tie vinegar and spirits of camphor OVW 'be hands This will keep thn hinds in good condition stunner and winter. Garments that are to be hung out to ulr can be put on hangers rather than pinned to the line. This prevents sagging or marking with the clothes pirn J Never rlns" lace In bine water with the bleu of Improving Its color. Real lace should be anally rinsed in . i oar soft water, or, better still. In ikiiii milk, which will give It a soft, creamy color. Itrlc a brnc containing mother-of-pearl should never be cleaned with soap and water. Instead. It should be rubbed with a cloth dipped Into whiting and water. Vegetable Curry. Put Ine tahlciipnotifu! of butter Into n saucepan, and In It place one sliced carrot, then add one sliced turnip, three potatoes sliced, also one chopped onion Season with salt and add a lit tle water. Whon the water reaches boiling point add two teaspoon full of curry powder and n tablespoooful of flour alroadj moistened with cold water Stir It till It reaches boiling point and allow It to simmer gently till the vegetables are perfectly tender. When green peas are In season they may be added or cooked beans make a nice addition, also cold boiled rice may be added to the curry Broiled Breast of Lamb. This is a very delicious dish, but the broiling must be done carefully The fire should not be too bright or the neat Will soon scorch. Lay the Inside of the meat toward the fire tlrst and broil very moderately, turn lug the meat often When done, but ler slightly and season with salt nnd papger. The breast of lamb Is sold in most markets with the fore leg at taehedi this should be cut off before the piece Is broiled, for. being so thick ill comparison with the rest of the piece. It Is difficult to cook It sufficiently. Flih Cream Soup. Season the water In which fresh fish has been Polled with pepper and salt, and keep until the next day. Heat one quad of the lhptor. when wanted, to boiling, mince a cupful of cold fish und add this Let simmer live minutes anil stir In 'line table spoonfuls of butter rolled In Hour, and one tablesponnfiil of minced parsley Add to this one CUP of hot mill. Into which one cup of dried bread crumbs has been stirred. Stir well, let boll up once, and serve with crackers. Sponge Candy. I'lit together in a saucepan tWO cups granulated sugar, one cup New Or leans molasses, one-half cup water, one tablespoon vinegar, a very small piece butter. Poll until a little dropped In cold water Is brittle, stir In a tea spoon of baking soda and while foam lug pour Into a deep tin. well greased Do not pull: It Is best if half sirup and molasses nre used Heat hard for a minute or two after the sirup is poured Into the tin. BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS Weary i the back tli.it Dears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest nor peace for the man or woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early morning. You feel lame and not refreshed. It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shot s. All day the achekeeptup. Any sudden movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop or straighten. At night the suf ferer retires to toss and twist and groan. Backache is kidney ache -a throbbing, dull aching m the kid neys. Plasters or liniment! won't do. You must yet at the cause, inside. DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS TWICE-TOLD TiSTlMONV A . urr of jnr re Kidney Dint-gum Vnf Hr I Vat of Tune I It (am m fcurn, tt$ W. Ch ri Siri.t. Nvda, Mo., M.ysi "l . am ln l "f lh nr itl vain Donn'i Kidney Pttfa thrnugii I ihitwl ,m hence. Pour fir month mo I uttered b m tl from u pain ' ram the unuUI 'f " bark, txtendtoei nt tlmee Into HmtM nnd shoulders. When Moon, or i any work thi brought it -train on the musclo -my itiuk, my truuhi vrtji nut: vnted. I tried number 'f ren dlea bui without uceenn, After fitirt ttnw 1 could nee -hut thi w-r beneflttni me, nnd the tentn f two a tut one half nox cured me." (Statement pvtn May, ISM On T "I till hi Kidney P tndorelng l(.1l H.I I RF-I'.NDORSF.MENT r HH urn M hh In Hm untitled In I . lh it : How To Tell When The Kidneys Are Disordered PAINFUL SYMPTOMS Basket in-, ridsaeha, iminn wln-n "tropins or iifiinK. sod den HiiiiMt twins, rhaumslic pain, neuralals, nalniul. caaty or im fnquant urination, dissy nixi!. dropsy, URINARY SYMPTOMS r cloudy iinn Hull rlhilliri lh i ida in ihi urtiM :t u,. for houn 11 tiic. r u layer if ii y are tlismiib ti-.l Vrtn. linen l.. i that contalM tadt Gainful pneangen. ii h.ittl lut nf Out NEVER ANY RETURN A Cunipleto Curr nf Kidnry Trouble nil Dioper Mrs. L. T. aWmi. Kir. Terry m . Hounton, !. fAyn: "I hold r vary hlh optnlon f Doan'a Kid' ney Pllle nnd with r""i r aeon, t-r three yearn they cured ma of aldney trouble that had clung t ma lor eaveral reara There won a drupnliiil mwi MUik l mv ftft nnil llmtm i" saddltsoa t" other aymn toma ft nidney complaint nnd -i hnaisrtt I USUBtl VatrioUl I -III' ill' f. I nut helped until 1 or ivmn'H Kidney Ptlla Two nf thtf preparation cured me have never had tha allghteat of mv trouhta t tunc t mended l toan'a Ktrtnt y fi many paopli who have QUO! ma about them, and i know i tral cnaao in whlnh they hav the name good work." pured ln V A TRIAL FREE it Dosa'i Kid- i,-r Pilll Totir.clf anon, nail it e i ostsralilbera A irfii tn..l pai ksgs 'l Pills will l ni.nl.-il 'H N V Ifth'hlMsThirs lt Your Qldncw DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS Sold by all'dcalcrs.. .'Ptico'5o cents. FoSTSfrftiUMffiN Co. Buffalo,' N Y- Proprietors. sTltere m a H'tHi'hlni it's Yrii ruiTwr PUOR DEAL IN HIGH FINANCE Farmer Divided Profits with the Sell ers of Dressed Me.it, and Lost Money. Si. akini; nf i ii . present prosperity nf the farmer, IseentblymaB Warren Hue in Riverside related little story ii Trenton the other day which would Men tn indicate the agrlculturlal ! int always lar-eeelng nh regard in ins B nances. Sunn' line npn, Mr Hn' snli). he whs on ii train and overheard the con vernation o( two tamers who were mi their way to Trenton. First they lathed about the dry spell they hud laal sunner, then tin1 gene lawa, atui finally one nf then remarked that hi bad beard thai Joeh Hauktaa had bad iiis annual hoi killing Vims." returned the other with buckle, "and he didn't in n gosh lasted thing Imt bunko himsi-K good in' plenty " "Hon did he bunko blneeelf?" Iiietied the flrnt. wondertngly. "He uui a pond price tar 'en, didn't he?" "Taaa," anawerad the second, with another gleeful chuckle, "fhat was tber whole denied trouble Ha Rnt uch ii Miil pt'ii-i1 ter 'en thnt in--..iii tber whole bloonln' im. mi' dldn'l keep none for his own . i i n " "Ye hav kind o' got ne, Bill," wai the puacled response at the first. "Ye in hev ter none again," it is an sasy tor soi as siippin' nfr ii greased Ihk." snid mil. "He sold all then boga at ti' hundred, an' now in' is buytn' then imik far his labia in pork chnis an' scrapple lots at sotnethlu' like cents n pound." Philadelphia Telegraph, PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Marrying for Money. "iinr fntiier doesn't approve of m; suit." "Ynu niiKlit ff Hhnw him nn? with i larger oheek in it." Appropriate. "HOW Rliall I Ml tins ail. for the I ntnatrel ihowT' "Howt why. in Maek'faeed type, ! ynu ninny," Sweet Potato Rolls. Cream a tnblespoonfui each of but ter and RiiRar. To thin add a cupful of acalded milk, a pinch of nalt, a cup fui of meet potato and a fourth of a j yeast cuke. Mix with enough flour for kneading. When smooth let It I rise till double Its original hulk nnd link.' In muflln tins. There nre imitation, ilrm't bs fooled, A-., lnr 1a'is S.iikIi- Hiii. I. 'i cigar for Is. When n youth baglm to bow wild onts It let time for father to start th thrashing machine. Mr.. Wtastsar'B anothlnir Srrnp. ! for rl.ll.lrcn ucttilim. iK.fiii iriflsnr... rn.turr. Id- aSBBaHBB.aaafapaww "i i Many a man baa kloked himself out of n Rood Job, He Had No Objection. "We- we want you tu narry us," said the blushing young nan, ludlcai iiik a young vuiiiiaii with downcast eyes and HinilltiK face win itOOd a step behind him "('ome In. s.ml the minister, and be endeavofod lo " use their embarrass mi nt for a nonenti but he soon lie elded that It wit - useless tn try "Will you Ii" married with a rlUK " ' he inquired The youiiK mnn tuned a helpless laaa on his companion, aud then looked nt the minister, "If you've Kiit one tn spare and It inn come out o' the two dnllnrs, I cuess ibe'd Ilk. It.' hi' said al last. National Pood Magaaiae Sunday School's Want Ad. There is a church in Brooklyn that has adopted a novel scheme for en larKitiK Its Sunday school. It ailu r flass fur boys ami cirls to eome to It in the simp windows iii the neighbor hood of the church one may see pla cards, sueii ns are used for eflvertii inK entartalnments ol various kinds, that bear the legend: "Wasted Boye and Rlrls to join our Sunday school" Below this are eel forth tin advantages that will coma to the youiiK folk who attend tie 'lasses Opera the Great Leveler. At one of tie Wagner operas n few days iik'i a woman nudged her friend and said: "Wlin's that distinguished man how Ihr In you over there'.'" Her iriend looked in the direction dealg nated -mil smiled in a return greeting That's my butcher," she said "1 BOO bin hern quite Often. When I go mar ketlnc In the morning we always dis ease the opera lie's n (iellliilll. yOU know, and really known a lot about other thltiKH besides cutting meal." New York Sun. piUM i rraari in i to 14 hats. r.7ii OIMTMaMTiiinanult4HM In rnr.. anf tu of llrhina. Itiui'1. St I nr l'..ii..,. in ciouattjturuii.iu'r NnaatS. fiuu Mnuy a Mini would have less Iron hie Wrestling with the devil If In would Ket out and wrestle with a ball for nn hoof nr two. AT.I.KN'K l.Vfin 11 M.SAM hm hn nwil u.-. .-sif i.iit r.,r TfarhlMrrtreiHwan-il eoaaat. rt.l.ln arxl blnoeblUa Kvnr,lHHy tlioiii.l kaoS nbuuv 11. It U alaililr. ufnanil .urn. A Natural Question. lames .1. Corbett, In the snioklm; room of the Mauritania, praised the si vie' o. .Urn Jeffries. It s a neat style." he said; "Beat, j qnlek, to the point It m is there like I the remark ol a little girl who said i to the minister. In the course of a J quite Interminable call: " Did you forge) 10 bring your ansa w it ii you, doctor . Natural Supposition. "l am gains 1,1 '"'ri' after." "Hereafter? 1 thought old Nick would attend to the heat problem for vnti then." S33 Two-third! of ull a man's troubles wear petticoats. 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Cerr. ... r ajaaeM ft.lr lilre jCSsiwtf Hants Beef Patties. Chop tine BOinr rold bepf; beat two i'Krh nnd mix with the mi-nt nnd add a j !(ttli' milk, melti'd butter, and salt and popper. Make into rolls and fry. Beoauae of tnoaa ugly, grimy, gray halra. Una "LA OR SOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICK, ai.oo, rotall.