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HOW TO REDUCE FLESH.
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Special Course of Simple Exercises and Attention to Diet Work Wonders. 1 , I Most persons who are too stout have two peculiarities; they have good appe- titles and a disinclinatioin for a great , amount of exercise, says William S. J BIrge, M. D., in Good Housekeeping. ; It is said to be almost impossible for i anyone to accumunlate a large stock of 1 adipose tissue if really active exertion 1 in proper amount is made every day. j Stout people begin to exercise in va- j nous ways, and are so possessed with the idea that they wear themselves out at the beginning; they are consequently unable to continue; they drop back into inactivity, on the plea that they really cannot endure so much exertion. Many stout persons, women especially nna ODjecuonaDie ratty tissue accumu latmg about the waist line. It is thia fact that gives them the keen discom fort. A fat figure may be eotten rid of in a very short time if the owner is will ing to make the effort. The important point is to educate the muscles. Many women seem to have no knowledge of the existence of the abdominal muscles They have been in the habit of trusting , to their corsets to keep them in condi tion, forgetting that the abdominal mus cles have any part to play in the physi cal economy. To get rid of an unpleas ant DuiKiness, it is necessary to go through simple muscular movements, Spread on the floor of the bedchamber a thick comfortable or blanket, and have ready a small pillow to use in case of need. Remove the clothing and put on a loose slip or nightdress. Then lie down on the blanket. If giddiness does not result from placing the head flat on the floor, take this position. If it is uncomfortable, use the pillow. When all is ready, clasp the hands together under the back of the head and straight en the body out, extending the muscles of the legs as straight as possible. Then begin by taking long breaths; after this try to contract the muscles of the abdo men. At first maybe there will be no effect perceptible, which is in itself the most conclusive evidence of the need of such exercise. Five minutes of effort at the outset is all that is wise to take without an interval of rest. If there is abundance of time, lie still on the blan ket for a little while, put the feet close together, keep the head flat on the floor and resting on the clasped hands, then try to raise both feet at one time from the blanket Do not move the body, simply life the feet if possible. Very likely the attempt will prove a failure. t know a woman who tried 25 times before she was able to raise her feet six inches from the floor. After the effort has proved successful, release the hands from under the head and let them rest gently on the abdomen, then lift the feet and observe the contraction of the mus cles under the hands; the higher the feet are raised the more rigid these muscles become. As soon- as practice enables one to contract these muscles readily, study the structure of the body and try to move all of the internal organs independently of each other. This is possible, and it is surprising, indeed, how many muscles will make themselves felt, muscles of which one never even suspected the existence. A few months of this kind of training. with a diet carefully selected and rea sonably restricted, will do wonders in the way of reducing corpulence. GOOD OPENING FOR FUSS. But Before Hostilities Were Opened a Proper Understanding Developed. NEW NOTIONS IN DRESS. Some of the Late Additions to the Wardrobes of Up-to-Date Dressers. Muffs display two kinds of fur com bined. All the fur coats crave little cravats of ermine. A cloth made of rabbit's wool is new in millinery. Bright colors run riot in the silk petticoat corner. Mink is accounted a comforting sub stitute for sable. Brown is undoubtedly the fashion able color of the winter. The finest of embroidery supplants lace on the new underwear. Most of the taffeta frocks seem de termined to be copper-brown. Even the pert little plume that stands erect runs into several colors. There are possibilities of a dainty vening wrap in an old white lace shawl. It is generally accepted that a walk ing suit should have a plain coat sleeve. Silk waists of all-over work in brod derie Anglaise pattern are very hand some. Velvet gowns take to themselves del Icate chantilly laces of corresponding color. Sealskin is restored to high favor. particularly in the close-fitting direc tolre coats. Baby's clothes must now be embroid ered with the birth-flower the rose, the lily or whatever It is. HARBY DU3TGAN, Attorney-at-Law Oregon, TtIo. IVAN BLAIR, ATTORNEY- AT- LAW. Office over Citizens' bank, OREGON : MISSOURI Novel Corn Gems. Blend thoroughly in the order men tioned two cupfuls of sweet milk, one well beaten egg, a pinch of salt, one tables poonful of brown sugar, a table spoonful of maple syrup, two tablespoon fuls of melted butter, one cupful of In dian meal and one cupful of wheat flour sifted with a heaping teaspoonfuhof baking powder. When very light stir (n half a cupful of finely chopped dates. Have ready hot gem pans, fill each about three-quarters full with the batter and bake 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Good Housekeeping. Is It StrangeP Patience I see that many pauper have lived to be 100 years old; but no millionaire has attained that age. Patrice And yet there are peoplt who prefer to be millionaires. In kers Statesman. A new family had moved into the apartments on the first floor. Coincidently with the arrival of the. new tenants a cat with a following of five or six half grown kittens moved in and took possession of an obscure corner in the hallway, says the Chica go Tribune. From the statements of parties most interested it appears that these ani mals began howling at or near six f clock p. m. of the same day, and kept it up without any intermission worth mentioning until 11 o'clock, at which hour a tall man wrapped in the folds of a dressing gown and wearing a pair of squeaking slippers was seen de scending the stairway from the apart ments on the second floor. As he reached the bottom of the stairs a door leading into the apart ments on the first floor opened, and a man with a skull cap and an angry countenance emerged. "I don't know who you are." said the man in the dressing gown, "but my opinion is that you haven't got much humanity about you if any body should ride up in front of this building in an automobile and ask you!" "I don't know who you are. either," responded the other man, "but you can't have any worse opinion of me than I have of you if some man should happen to write you a letter of inquiry about it!" "Why don't you take those cats in and feed them?" "Why don't you do it yourself?" "The idea of half starving a lot of kittens and letting them yowl all night long and disturb everybody in the building" "It isn't disturbing you any worse than it's disturbing me. If you want those cats fed you can feed them." "I'll show you how I'll feed them!" exclaimed the man in the dressing gown, striding over to the corner. gathering the animals up in his arms, taking them to the front door, and de positing the bunch on the porch out side. "What have you got to say now, sir?" he demanded, turning and facing the new tenant belligerently. "Nothing. Except thank you sir." "Wh-what? Aren't they your cats?" "Not at all. I thought they were yours." "Well, by the great horn ay, my name's Rogers. What's yours?" "Glad to know you, Mr. Rogers. My name is Hawkins." Are You Interested in the ISbuffi? DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH? Do you want-to know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located, on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two. three and four crops from the same field each year, and which can be purchased at very low prices and on easy terms? About stock-raising, where the extreme of winter feeding Is but six (B) short weeks? Of places where truck-growing and fruit-raising yield enormous returns each year? Of a land where you can live out of door every day in the year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing indus tries: of rich mineral locations, and splendid business openings? If you want to know the details of any or all of these, write me. I will gladly advise you f ally and truthfully. Q. A. PARK, General Immigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE Sc NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. 10 cts. a copy $1.00 a year McClure's Magazine is "the cleanest, most stimulating, meatiest general magazine for the family," say3 one of the milllion who read it every month. It is without question "The Best at any Price" Great features are promised for next year six or more wholesome, interest ing short stories in every number, continued stories, beautiful pictures in colors, and articles by such famous writers as Ida M. Tarbell, Lincoln Stef fens, Ray Stannard Baker, John La Farge, William Allen White and Charles tVagner. Get all of it right into your home by taking advantage of this Special Offer Send $1.00 before January 31, 1905, for a subscription for the year 1905 and we will send you free the November and December numbers of 1904 four teen months for $1.00 or the price of twelve. Address McCLURE'S, 48 59 East 23d Street. New York City. Write for agents' terms. VARIOUS USES OF EGGS. Useful- Information Extracts, mm Prise Article by a Michi gan Woman. The yolk of egg alone Is the better for invalids and will be frequently relished when the white would be rejected. When cream cannot be procured for coffee, the; yolk of a soft-boiled egg Is a very good substitute. To prevent the juice of fruit pies from soaking into the bottom crust. wash the crust over with a beaten egg before putting in the fruit. When making frosting in warm weath er, set the whites of the eggs on ice for a short time before using. If the eggs you have to use for frosting are not quite as fresh as you could desire, a pinch of salt will make them beat stiffer. The white of an egg, an equal quantity of cold water and pulverized sugar suf ficient to make it the required consis tency, makes a frosting which is very nice, ana as it requires no Deaung is very easily made. When beaten eggs are to be mixed with hot milk, as in making gravies and cus tards, dip the hot milk into the beaten egg a spooniui at a time, stirring wen each time until the eggs are well thinned, then add both together; this will prevent the eggs from curdling. It is often a question what to do with either the whites or yolks of eggs which are sometimes left over after making a cake frosting, and so forth. Either will keep well for a day- or two if kept in a very cool place the yolks well beaten and the whites unbeaten. Whites or yolks of eggs may be used with whole eggs in any cake or other recipe calling for eggs, counting two yolks or two whites as one egg. When eggs are cheap and plentiful in summer, wash all those used In cooking before breaking. Save the shells and1 when a quantity are dry, crush them fine; beat half a dozen eggs and stir them into the shells. Spread them where they will dry quickly and when thoroughly dry put in a thin cotton bag and hang in a very dry place. In the winter, when eggs are scarce and dear, a tablespoonf ui of this mixture put in a cup, a little cold water poured over It and left to stand over night or for half an hour or so in the morning before breakfast, will answer every purpose of a whole egg in settling coffee. PORCELAIN PLATES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS To See 1 to Realize Strong as the strongest and as light as any that are strong;. Gum. Plate and Teeth, all Porcelain, each tinted nature's color. You cannot get them at horns un less you reside In a large city, and there only In few places secret they are extremely difficult to make. 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