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Lecture’* "Outpouring" Wh Just as Had Been Stated In Hla Letter of Recommendation. A lecturer went to Yonkers with a letter to a Yonkers citizen from a man in New Rochelle and succeeded In getting an engagement. His three hour lecture proved dull, dry and un interesting. Nezt day Mr. Yonkers met Mr. New Rochelle. "What did you mean?” asked Yonk ers, "by recommending that lemon lecturer?" “I didn't recommend him.” "Well, 1 Just guess you did. I’ve got your letter right here In my pocket." "Better read it over again care fully.” Mr. Yonkers did. It was purposely noncommittal: "I hare heard Mr. B.'a lecture. It Is as Interesting as It ia instructive.” "And it wasn’t either," said Yonk ers. "Then the comparison holds,” said New Rochelle.—New York World. A GRATEFUL OLD MAN. Mr. W. D. Smith, Ethel, Ky., wrttear •I have been using Dodd’s Kidney Pills for ten or twelve years and they have dune me a great deal of good. I do not tains I would Da alive today If It were not for Dodd's Kidney Pills. I strained my back about forty years ago, which left It very weak. T was troubled with Inflam mation of the blad der. Dodd'a Kidney Pills cured me of that and the Kidney Trouble. I take Dodd'a Kidney Ptllu now to keep from having Backache. I am 77 years old and a fanner. You are at liberty to publlah this testimonial, and you may use my picture in con nection with It." Correspond with Mr. fennth about this wonderful remedy. Dodd'a Kidney Pills. 60c. per box at your dealer or Dodd'a Medicine Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Write for Household Hints, also music of National Anthem (English and Orman words) and reci pes for dainty dishea. All 3 sect tree. Adv. _ A (turned of Them. "Why does Brown sometime# go by another name?" He used to sign the popular songs be writes." His Past. A benevolent lady was feeding a hungry tramp She expressed her dis faw.r at hi* wandering. Idle life. ' I wa* not always In this condition, mum, ‘ said the tramp. "I came from a good family " You did?" said the lady. Might ! ask your name?" ' BtankJelgh," replied the tramp "Why, that Is the name of the peo ple that live next doorf" exclaimed the lady. I know It," replied the tramp "They kicked me downstair* just before I came here!" Rebutting a Libel. John 1) Rockefeller, talking to a Cleveland clergyman, said one day, with a whimsical but rather sad am lie: “Krom the stories that are told about my love of money and my disre gard for humanity you'd think I was some such monster as the criminal of the anecdote. "A judge once said to a terrible criminal ' ‘And you actually had the heart to murder this poor man for a matter of 60 renisl’ ‘Well, your honor,' said the crim inal. with an Injured-innocence air, well your honor, what do you ex pect? Fifty cents here und fifty cents there it soon mounts up."’ NO OU8HER But Tells Facts About Postum. A Vis. lady found sti easy and safs way out of the tils caused by coffee. She bays: We quit colfee and have used Pos tum for the past eight years, and drink it nearly every meal. We never tire of It. "For several years previous to quit ting coffee 1 could scarcely eat any- ' thing on account of dyspepsia, bloat ing after meals, palpitation, sick head ache—In fact was In such misery and distress I tried living on bot water and toaxt. "Hearing of Postum I began drink ing it and found It delicious. My ail ments disappeared, and now I can eat anything 1 want without trouble. "My parents and husband had about the same experience. Mother would eften suffer after eating, while yet ; drinking coffee. My husband waB a j great Coffee drinker and suffered from 1 Indigestion and headache. "After he stopped coffee and began Postum, both utlments left him. He will not drink anything else now and we have It three times a day. I could write more but am no gusher—only state plain facts.” Name given by Postum Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. Write for a copy of the famous little book, "The Road to Well vine.” Postum now comes in two forms: j Regular Postum—must be welt i boiled. 15c and 26c packages. Instant Postum—Is a soluble pow de.. A rcaspoonful dissolves quickly j In a cup of hot water and, with creum j and sugar, makes a delicious beverage Instantly, 30c and 00c tins. , The cost per cup of both kinds Is L about the same. \ "TLero’s a Raaton” for Postum. V -sold by Qiocsrs. ( HAM IN VARIOUS WAYS HOW METHODS OF COOKING MAY ■ E VARIED. Must Rttilvt the Best of Attention to Be at It* Beet—With Aaplc Jelly It Makes a Delicious Combination. According to the way It Is cooked, the same ham can be made Into two different things. It can be juicy, sweet and tender—or hard, dry and tough, it should be thoioughly cooked, wheth er It Is baked or boiled. If it is to be eaten cold and Is boiled, It should be cooled in the liquid in which it wat cooked. The boiling should be slow, so that the ham will be tender, but will not fall to pieces the moment a knife la put to it. Baked ham is more troublesome to prepare than boiled ham, perhaps, but It is better. Here Is a recipe for baked ham with cider sauce. Soak a whole hain for the night in cold water. In the morning remove it from the water. Mix flour and water into a thick paate and put this over the lean part of the ham. This is to keep in all the juices, so that the meat must be thoroughly and thickly covered. Bake in a mod erate oven 25 minutes for every pound. Then take off the skin and the paste covering and cover the ham with bread crumbs. Brown In the oven and serve with this saucer Bofl two cups of cider for live minutes, aid then add two teaspoonfuls of chopped onion, a tablespoonful of chopped celery, a bay leaf, two whole cloves and six crushed peppercorns. Reduce the cider to a cupful aad serve. Aspic Jelly can be used in many ways with bam to produce delicious combinations An easy way to make aspic Jelly is to use any sort of clear meat stock you may have on band. Flavor It with herb* and splceti and for every quart add an ounce of gela tin Ham Jelly, made with aspic. Is prepared In this way: Chop the re mains of cold boiled ham, freed from fat and gristle, and then pound them to a paste. Measure this and to each cupful add half a teaspoonful of dry mustard, two teaspoonfuls of butter, a little cayenne pepper, half a cup of whipped cream and half a cup of cool, liquid aspic Four In small molds These little molds of Jelly can he served with mayonnaise dressing on lettuce leave* The Jelly can be mold ed In a large mold and sliced to serve In place of cold meat. Veal and Mushrooms. Put a tablespoonful of butter Into a aaucepan, and when melted add u tablespoonful of cornstarch, stirring until well mixed. Pour slowly Into It one-half pint of milk. Htlr and cook until smooth, seasoning with a pinch of salt and a few shakes of pepper. Now put into the sauce two cupfuls of cold, seasoned veal cut Into neat cubes and one cupful of mushrooms, quartered Heat over hot water Ove minutes, remove from the Are, add quickly a well-beaten egg and a table spoonful of lemon juice. Serve on toast and garnish with toast points. Car* of Brooms. If brooms are dipped In a pall of suds for a few minutes once a week it will make them tough and pliable and they last much longer. If one keeps n pair of the cotton gloves used by the woodsmen near the stove to slip on when putting wood on the Are they will save many a burned Anger. If one has to get In wood try mak ing an apron of a burlap bag; tie on as any apron and take the bottom In your hand and All with wood and see how much lighter the work will be. Rica With Tomato and Cheeae. Tick over and wash one half cupful of rice. Place In the upper part of a double boiler with three cupfuls of boiling water and boll five minutes. Adel one cupful of tomato puree, one half teaspoonful of Malt and one tea spoonful of chopped onion und green pepper, cooked until soft In two table Mpoonfuls of butter. Cook In the dou- i ble boiler, without stirring, until the rice Is soft, then add one-half cupful of grated cheese. Stir with a fork and j serve as soon as the cheese Is melted. Lamb Kidneys With Bacon. Split six kidneys in halves and re move the thin outer skin. Fry six slices of bacoti until crisp. Remove them from the fat and keep hot. Dip the kidneys in flour and brown quickly on both sides in the bacon fat. WheD brown add hot water to nearly cover, a tablespoon of table sauce, and cook for five minutes, keeping them Juit below the boiling point. Serve on a hot plat ter. with the bacon as a garnish. Duchess Potatoes. To two cupa hot rlced potatoes add two tablespoons butter, one-balf tea spoon salt and yolks of three eggs slightly beaten. Shape, using pastry bag and tube, In forma of pyramids, leaves, roses, etc. Brush over with beaten egg diluted with one teaspoon water and brown In hot oven. Table Protected. A piece of wax paper placed under the centerpiece on a polished table will prevent the linen from adhering to the table In hot weather, as well as prevent a stain from cold water or ax> overfilled vase or rose bowl. Nut Custard. To make a nut custard make tlwcus tard in the usual way and add chapped i.uts, any of your favorites, and when 'ou serve the custard add tidbits and vou will say it is good. WHAT AN OHIOAN HAS TO SAY ABOUT CONDITIONS IN WESTERN CANADA. W. E. Lewis formerly lived near Dayton, Ohio. He went to Saskatche wan seven years ago with 91,800 in money, a carload of household effect* and farm Implements, Including four horses and three cows. Of course, the first year he only got feed from the crops, but the second year had 100 acres In wheat which made over 2,800 bushels. He has not had a failure In crop, and at present has 22 head of horses, 15 head of cattle and 35 hogs, and owns 1,120 acres of land, all un der cultivation. He has been offered 936 an acre for his land, and should he care to dispose of his holdings he could pay all his debts and have 830, 000 to the good; but, as he says, "Where could I go to Invest my money and get as good returns." He con tinues In his letter to the immigration : department, August, 1912: "We have equally as good If not I better prospects for crops this year as we had three years ago. when our 1 wheat ranged from 30 to 48 bushels j per acre. I never believed such crops i could be raised until 1 saw them my- [ self. I had 15 acres that year that j made 60 bushels to the acre. Our harvest will be ready by the 12th. We have this season In crop 400 acres of wheat, 12,5 of oats, 90 of flax and run three binders with four men to do the stooking. We certainly like this country and the winters, although the winters are cold at times, but we do not suffer as one would think. What we have accomplished here can be duplicated In almost any of the new districts.”—Advertisement Take Your Choice of Morale. Escape of a studeat who fell down the Lutschine gorge In the Alps but was caught on a rpck and remained suspended for two dayB and nights, recalls to the Ixnidon Chronicle an other Grundelwald escape of which Leslio Stephen tells. Returning from the chalet above the Elsmeer. one of Stephen's guides, Michel, reached the edge of a cliff where a wooden rail guarded the path. Unfortunately the rail left off prematurely, and Michel had been drinking. So he stepped over and fell on hard rock nearly 100 feet btlow. He lay there all night and next morning got up and walked home, sober and whole. Stephen sub mits two morals for choice: "Don’t get drunk when you have to walk along the edge of an Alpine clifT," and "Get drunk If you are likely to fall over an Alpine clifT." ERUPTION ON ANKLE BURNED Kingsville, Mo—"My trouble began eighteen years ago. Nearly half of the time there w'ere running sores around my ankle; sometimes it would be two years at a time before they were healed. There were many nights I did not sleep because of the great , suffering. The sores were deep run- j ning ones and so sore that I could not bear for anything to touch them. They would burn ail the time and ■ting like a lot of bees were confined around my ankle. I could not bear to scratch it. it was always so sensitive to the touch. I could not let my clothes touch It. The skin was very red. I made what f called a cap out of white felt, blotting paper and soft white cloth to hold It in shape. This I wore night and day. "I tried many remedies for most of the eighteen years with no effect. Last summer I sent for some Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The very first time I used Cuticura Soap and Oint ment I gained relief; they relieved the pain right then. It was three months from the time I commenced using Cuticura Soap and Ointment until the sores were entirely healed. I have not been troubled since and roy ankle seems perfectly well." (Signed) Mrs. Charles E. Brooke, Oct. 22. 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Addrens post card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."—Adv. In Dire Disgrace. "What's the matter?” ''I'm In disgrace with my wife.” "What about?" "She eent me down town to match some hair. I got Borne like the sales lady's. I thought It was prettier.”— Washington Herald. Unappreciative. “My nephew doesn’t seem to appre ciate that oil field 1 deeded him." “Why not?" "He has made light of It." Only On* “BROMO QUININE” To (at the leonine, call for fuU name. LAXA TIVK BROMO QUININE. Look for immature of B. W. GROVE. Cores e Cold io One Da*. 25c. Bad Enough. "Here’s a fellow offers to teach you to talk and drink at the same time." "For pity's sake don’t let my wife find out about him." Let Dean’s Mentholated Cough Drops re lieve you of that cough nnrj stop the throat irritation— 5c at Drug Bcovea. Queer Sort. "What bent has this young man in the drama?" "Straight work." Charity begins at home, and is often kept right In the family. Feel All Used Up? Brer feel that you can go no fur ther—that you muit have rest ior that lame and aching back—'relief from that constant, dead-tired feeling? Have you suspected your kidneys? Kidney disease shows Itself In back ache, nervous troubles and disorders of the kidney secretions. If tired, worried, lame, rheumatic, dizzy and nervous don’t let a possible weakness of the kidneys escape attention until it turns Into a case of gravel, dropsy or Bright’s disease. Sick kidneys go from bad to worse. Their useful work of filtering the blood Is only partly done. Poisons that should be passed out with the kidney secretions are held In the blood, cir culating freely, attacking muscles, nerves and vital organs. The kidneys inflame, swell and throb, and that is the cause of sharp pains in the back, or that dull, constant heavy ache. For quick help use Doan's Kidney Pills. No other kidney remedy is used and recommended so generally. Take them when you feel the first bad backache, or see the first disturbance of the kidney secretions. Doan's have "Every Picture• Tells a Story "What will help my back ?** i brought new life and strength t» tank sands of despairing men and wmss, and there 1b nothing in the remedy to cause any barm or start a piU-taktac habit. Here’s the best of proof—testimuap . from a grateful user. THIN, WORN-OUT AND NERVOUS Laid Up in Bed for Weeks at a Toma. C. D. Kessler, paluler. 4#S E. Fifth WL, Mendota, 111., says: "Kidney trouble tusk hold of me about twenty-two yeirs ago. the first symptom being pains across the small of my back. I think the complaint was . caused by hard work and heavy lifting. I gradually got worse until I had to give up work for weeks at a time and I was laid up ■ In bed. 1 was treated by prominent physi cians. but they didn’t help me and they frankly admitted that I was In bad she ye I was thin, worn out and nervous and was ■ expected to die at any time. The kidney secretions passed too frequently and I was In constant pain. I wss getting worse whea a friend told me to try Doan s Kidney Plila. I noticed Improvement as soon as I took them and before long I passed several gravel stonea I gained In weight and wad cured. I can now work every day without the least trouble." -———w—a* -i r A "When 'Your; Back b Lame—Remembert,lhe -Name” & WANS KIDNEY PILLS «§y SokTS*«n DcaJets..Price50cents. Foster-MTbumCo^BuRoto,ICSf.Proprietors Rare Work. Fogg reports that he overheard this In the book department of one of our big stores: Customer — Have you Arnold’s poems? Salesgirl (turning to head of depart ment) Miss Simpson, have we Bene dict Arnold's poems?—Boston Tran script. DRUG HOUSE ENJOINED BY FEDERAL COURT Judge Jeremiah Neterer, of the United States district court, to-day granted a permanent injunction in be half of the Centaur Company of New York, the manufacturers of Fletcher's Castoria, against the Stewart & Holmes Drug Company of this city. The controversy arose from the sim ulating of the labels of this well-known preparation, and from the evidence filed in the case it was shown that the infringing label was first discovered on sale in Honolulu, and was traced to its origin here In Seattle. The defendant company is one of the oldest and largest, concerns of its kind in the Northwest. The decree carries with it an order that the Stewart & Holmes Company recall the goods which are on the mar ket under the infringing label, and to pay all costs in the suit and damages assessed at $-100.—Seattle, Wash., ■‘Times.’’—Adv. Had the Rudiments. Youthful human nature is much the same the world over. Here Is the story told of the eleven-year-old son of a Philippine head-hunter, recently brought to San Francisco by a return ing missionary. The boy, being intro duced to some friends of his guardian, remarked that he knew much about the United States, and understood baseball—although he called it "mlkl Tula.” "So you know baseball?” one ques tioner remarked. “What do you call the umpire?” The boy hesitated, and the mission ary encouraged him. "Tell the gentleman what you call the umpire, my boy!” "Thief, sometimes, but robber most ly,” was the unexpected reply. Who givi. a trifle meanly Is meaner than the trifle.—Lavater. For DINK FVF cJ»t*rrm*l rrvc« FI 11IV L IE 5SS TMBOATSDISC*»e« Cure* the sick and acts as a preventive for others Liquid given «a tfem tongue. Safe for brood mares and all others Best kidney remedy; SO* aa4 $1 a bottle; $5 and $10 a dozen. Sold by all druggists and borae gsvAg* houses, or sent, express paid, by the manufacturers SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists. GOSHEN, INDIANA Rheumatic Twinges yield immediately to Sloan’s Lin iment. It relieves aching and swollen parts instantly. Reduces inflammation andquietsthatagon izing pain. Don’t rub—it pene trates. ShQANiS LINIMENT Kills Pain fires quick relief from chest and hroat affections. Have you tried Sloan’s? Here’s what others sayi Relief from Rheumatism "Mr mother has lined one 50c. bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and although the la over 83 years of age. she has ob tained great relief from her rheuma tism."—Mrt. E £. Lindalmaf! Gilroy, CaL Good for Cold and Croup “A little boy next door had croup. I gave the mother Sloan's Liniment to try. She rave him three drops on soger before going to bed, and he gotnp wiUl oot the croup in the morning,"—Mr. If. B. Sitrangm, Sfil Elmwood Arm., Chicago. IIL Neuralgia Cone "Sloan's Liniment is the best medi cine in the world. It hag relieved me of neuralgia. Those pains have ail gone and I can truly say your Liniment did stop them."—an C. B. Dowkor of Johan nmlurg. Mich. At all Dealers. Prise 2Sc.. SOc. A 11.00 Sloaa’s^Iuatructlve Booklet oo ML m S. SLOW,Tic, BOSTON, HASS. 'T'HE change may be critical and cause untold x suffering in after-life. The modern-young woman is often a "bundle of nerves”—“high strung” —fainting spells—emotional— frequently blue and dissatisfied with life. Such girls should be helped over this distressing stage in life—by a woman's tonic and nervine—that has proven successful for over 40 years. --- --;---I Satisfactory. "So you want to marry my daugh ter. What is your financial standing?" "Well, sir, I’ve figured out every ex emption possible. I’ve had the best legal advice that money would secure. I've done everything I could to dodge It—and 1 still find that I can’t entirely escape paying an income tax." ’’She's yours."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Patnam Fadeless Dyes make no muss. Adv. Many a man has real money in his pocket because he doesn’t own an automobile. IF YOU WAVE Malaria Cr Pile., »tlv« Bowel., Dumb Ague, Sour Stomach, and Belchlns; M your food doe. not assimilate and you have no appetite. Tuft’s Pills trill remedy these trouble*. Plica, 29 cents. Nat.Ma2.N4k Used in French Hospital* with 1 rest lucr e**, cukes canonic •mins, lost viooa via, KIDNEY, BLADDIK, DIAAASAS. BLOOD POISON, PILES. SITNEE NO. DBUOOISTSor MAIL (1. POST * CTB ' POUOEEA CO, M. BEBEMAN ST. N*W YOBEor LYMAN BED* TOEOMTO. WEITE POE PMI BOO* TO D*. L* CI.EBO IE*o.Co.HaybeetoceRd. Hampstead. London, eno. THY MEW DEAOEEITAETEI.YSS) POKMOP EASY To TABS ! 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Ktefling Carriage A Wagon 0a* Oldest and Largest in St. Louis, Mo. 913 N Broad if ajr s» silo nth diok affiags* Capacity, 4 to 16 ton, pr hoar, requiring 11-UotSk. W-Witl ,hlp on trial, If desired. We also nil STOVEK GASOLINE rwnnrna Weber Imp. St Auto 0o_ 1900 Loonnt «L.SC tJxHm. Da. sfarc of this PaP«r desiring tolMjr I\vUUvI 2 anything advertised in its col umns should insist upon having what they ask forjef using all substitutes or Swill reduce Inflamed, StraimdL. Swollen Tendons, Ligamurtt, Muscles or Bruises. Stop, tls lameness and pain from a SpSfast. Side Bone or Bone Spavin. No blister, no hair gone. Hone canba* used. $2 a bottle delivered. DtwnW your case for special instroctmas and Book 2 K Free. ABSORBINE, JR., the antiseptic Rmmewtfae mankind. Reduces Strained, Torn U*a 'Xfc.-.firS 9:rtimitri!i«hmi£Ss£ W. N. U„ ST. LOUIS, NO, 10-ISM. "