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TIIK UAltltE DAILY TIMES, IUliltE, VT., SATURDAY, N0VEM1JEII 7, liu.
i THE GHARFtl OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Phyi cal Health. TOMMY ATKINS IS DOING WELL The experience of Motherhood la a try ing one to most women and marks dia tinctly an epoch In their lives. Not one woman In a hundred is prepared or un derstands how to properly care for her self. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experi ence with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following jrlght upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplalnable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am ple time in which to prepare, women will persist in going blindly to the trial. Every woman at this time should rely upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a most valuable tonic and Invigorator of the female organism. In many homes once childless there are now children be cause of the fact that Lydia E. Pink harn's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong. British Soldier Lives Up to His Old Reputation HE STOOD WELL AT THE YPRES Fight There Real "Soldiers' Battle," Says Eyewitness If yon want special advice write to lydia E. Pinkhaia Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held la strict confidence. STEEL MILLS STARTING UP. Independent Concerns Near Pittsburg Preparing to Resume. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 7. Steel mills, blast furnaces and manufacturing plants in this district employing more than 20, 000 men are preparing to resume either full or part operations within the next 10 days. In several instances employes cf these concerns were notified Thurs day that they soon would he needed in their old places, or that they would go -on full time next week. From the big new Kensington plant of the Aluminum Company of America came word that the company expected to resume full operations in a few days. The Jones 4 Laughlin Co., the larg est independent steel concern in th country, is preparing to increase its working force at the Soho, South Side, and Aliquippa works, while several nulls in the Allegheny valley will start next week. The Pressed Steel Car Co.'s MeKeos Rocks and Woods Run plants will in crease operations beginning next Mon day. Spang & Chalfant. in Milvale, will fire several mills on Monday, ind at ! least four furnaces in the Mononstahcla valley will be blown in. The MeClintic-Marfhall Co. and the . American Uridge Co. expect to increase operations in their Woods Run plant this week. The extensive works of tne latter company at A in bridge will also go on better time. London, Nov. 7. Another installment of tho "eye-witness's" story of the fight ing in France was made public by the official press bureau yesterday. Begin ning with the events of Oct. 30, Col. Swlnton says: "I have witnessed a renewal of the ef forts against our right, which were with out succes to the enemy. In the center the bombardment was heavy. Indeed, ... ... . i many shells tell around our pos Kesinol for unsightly skin eruptions PIMPLES, bUckhtadi, raoei, nnp worra and, wont of all, that rtdj itchintr. icalr torment, ecxema. vn- lih when you use Retinol Ointment and Reiinol Soap. Even though your skin is o uoiightlr with eruption that you ihuo your friend and your friends shun you, Reiinol is almost sure to make it clear and healthy, quickly, easily and at trill ing cost. Retinol Ointment and Retinol Soap hare been preicribed for nineteen jraan for juittocb skin troubles at yours. Whrrar drug an sold you no m lUainol Qtntasw and JUainol Soap. Far trUi tnmi wrtU to iMpk K, ilMinof. Baltimore. Md. SSVUJU nunnm w.7 mwm w v 4 mot w MUST HURRY THROUGH BILLS President Wilson Faces Se rious Menace for Pet Measures IN POWER DEM. INSURGENTS Topics of the Home and Household. transnort Otranto. which escaped tie struction. survived the damage suffered in not. known. The whereabouts also of the Grrni:ui cruisers Leipzig and Br'e men remains in doubt Further details of the first really lm Dortant naval battle of the war became known from statements mane Dy uer man officers. The latter did not hesi tato to commend tho bravery of the Britishers in the uneven combat and in- tions that telephone wires frequently timated that an effort to save lives would nave oeen nmue u me wt-nviivi r t J Militant Borax j I Plain soap is like a lar.y mule. It J a has the power, but it takes a lot ot j 1 work to get it into action! j Borax is a sort of driver for soap. 2 Borax takes soap by the scnilf of the neck and says: "Come on here and j pet busy." j f You will never know the alue off I soap until you see it working in con nertion with borax. But soap is pretty stubborn and it only works ripht when there is one part borax and three parts soap. It is impossible to get this quantity of a borax into bar soap. Jt is only posi-l i Me in borax soap chips. I When you use "20 Mule Team Bo-1 I rax Soap Chips" this week for the a ! family wash and various other clean-1 I ing about the house, you may be I little vexed to think of evrr havinpf I tried to get along without it! I FOR FACE AND HANDS ' ci -'-x were cut. The attack in the direction of Ynres crenerallv was renewed. South east of that town it was pressed great force, and in places our line was again forced back by a short distance But on our left the oncoming Germans were stopped by our entanglements, un der a close rifle fire, and after two ef forts to advance they gave way. "On Saturday, Oct. 31, a most deter mined attack was made upon our left and our left center, the pressure being especially severe against the latter por tkm of our position. Part of our line was driven back temporarily by the sheer weieht of metal and numbers tut the ground was almost all recovered again before night. Against our een ter the enemy did not advance, while against our right they were not nearly so active as they were farther north "So far, with the assistance of the French, who have been co-operating most effectually, we have succeeded maintaining our line and in retaining possession of Ypres, upon the capture of which, by the end of October, the Ger mans had set their heart. "As may have been jrathered, the fiirhting of the past five days has been of the most desperate nature. It lias been eminently a soldiers' battle, am without exaggeration or any undue self- congratulation, it can be said that our men have behaved splendidly in the face of heavy odds, and against the repeated onslaughts of great masses which were continually replaced bv fresh men ami barked up by the almost continuous fire or immense guns, i nev nave, uv tneir dogged resistance, well upheld the repu tation of our army. "Heavy as have been our losses, we have taken a far heavier toil from the enemy; and we lmve prevented them gaining the object upon whirl all their energies have been concentrated. "ot only have our troops maintained their traditions, but our French allies have been ..ghtinjr with all the dash for which they are famous. .1 miffing from all accounts, they have mide at Dm.nidr and alotijr the Veer a name for them selves which will never die. The 1U4 ffian army likewise has resisted the fu rious onla lights of the enemy with the utmost gallantry. "The results of the inundation to the north of Dixmndo have been observed by our aviators, who have seen number of tne enemy collected in proups on the dikes which intersect the flooded sres. where, according to rpo--t. some German heavy artillery is bogged. Our airmen also have been able to hnrns - we hostile columns by lxuriti dropping and machine gun fire. "The tactical transfer of troops be hind the German front line is now be ing carried out to a great extent bv mo tor omnibuses, of which long lines sre visible from above. "During the past few divs lartre num bers of refmree have been streaming back along all the roads from Belgium arid crowding the empty train, return-I ing trom the front, upon winch the French have. most humanely, illowej them to travel. In the trin whole families may be seen jostled together in liore trucks and having with them what few liousclsild gixvl" Imv i.v been able to carry away. But the less foituriste bsve to trudge the rosd. rm.lt ing us of inr shelter they can frd "The inhabitant of the district w th in our ror of operation! ulso line the road from morning to night, and listen to the sound of the "". trier Ning 14 thing else for them to do. A the dull ronr , and warn. o does their con Mem .ue sway or return, and in such ltrntivc of fear and hop i rrti wearv iv jd. .!! this trsPic t and fro of civilians rrtail the titmnwt (! in rHcr to gnsrd sgnin.t c .iong." 0 Ti , , CUTICURA 50AP SEA HATTLE I) ETA Hi? TOU) HV r.EUMANS had permitted. ' be engagement was fought in the teeth of a norther that assumed almost hurricane proportions. Small boats could not have lived in the sea. The heavy weather militated against the large ships and tho Good Hope found her guns almost useless because of the ship s roll. Tho German China fleet, the cruisers Scharnhorst, Gnesenau and the Nurn berg. had rejoined the cruisers Leipzig and Bremen, which latter bad becoi do tached to patrol the coast north of Val paraiso. The units proceeded southward, apparently well aware of the rendez vous of the British off Conception bay. At the same time the British cruisers Monmouth and Glasgow, accompanied by the transport Otranto, moved north to meet the flagship Good Hope. The Brit ishers evidently were not aware of the proximity of the Germans and they met off Ooronel. It was 6 o'clock Sunday night when the Germans sighted the three British ships. The latter attempted to alter their course, evidently with an inten tion to approach the coast and gain ter ritorial waters and so avoid an unequal match. The Germans, however, headed them off and forced the battle. At the moment that the German guns were trained, the Good Hope was seen coming at full speed and through good seamanship she managed to join the ether British ships. The Britishers had come about and the two squadrons sailed southward in parallel lines, the Germans being nearer the coast. Gradually the two lines came nearer to each other f nd the SchariihorMt and GneLsennu sim ultaneoulv let go their 12 eight-inch guns, wlncii they concentrated on the Good Hope. The tiring continued for several minute, without damage. The erman shots fell short and the Good Hope had such a roll that she could not reply. The smaller cruisers were far out of range. Slowly the sea fighters drew In nearer and when the two units were but 6,0t0 ards apart the Good Hope fired her two nine-inch guns. She was still unable to use her eight eight-inch guns, which on the gun deck, were so near the w- terline that as the vesael rolled thev were almost awash. A terrible broadnide from the Srharn- horxt and Gneisenau crippled the British flagship and her engines stopped. The Monmouth, recognizing the distress of her companion, made a dash to cover the Good Hope, but bv that time tin1 distance separating the two squadrons had been reduced to f.(HH vards, and the Germiuis were able to bring all their sl:i into action and to use all the guns of the five vessels. These were directed first sgsinst the Monmouth. Glasgow nd Otranto. The Otranto, badly dam aged, escaped in the gathering darkness ami soon afterward was followed by the lasgow, w'lich also had Is en nut out of tion, but continued apparently sa- ort h v. The five German ships continued their attack tin the Monmouth and Good Hope til in a few numitrs the formrr sunk. Bv this time only 4..Vt vards separated the fighters. The Good Hot, badly damaged, hung on until an explosion occurred on board her. She withdrew to the Westward St 7 .-.lit o'clock. As she disappeared flames Will Wield in the House from December, 1915 Washington, Nov. 7. At Republican and Democratic headquarters yesterday the political leaders had about given up their pads and pencils and quit figuring on tho coming line-up in the House and Henate. The results are still in doubt in a small number of cases, but for all practical purposes the tabulations are known and have changed little in the last twenty-four hours. The leaders now are engaged in study ing how it happened ami what it por tends for Hllti. Also the situation in House and .Senate with reference to leg islation, leadership and the like is being discussed. The House, according to the latest figures, stands: Democrats, 230; Repub licans, ll'aj Progressives, 7; .Socialist, 1; Independent, 1. The most important fact with respect to the House is that, as it will be made up in the sixty-fourth Congress, the in surgency of about a dozen Democrats can knock into h corked hat all the plans of the Democratic leaders. Already imit terings of insurgency are in the air. Democratic members in a number of cases say they are weary of t:Jing or ders from the administration, and es peclally of having cabinet members wield a club over them. The new congress will not meet until year from this December, unless an extra session is called bv the president next xprmg. The present intention is not to rail an extra session in the spring, bill this cannot be considered a certain- so far in advance. The coming short session is expected to do little but enact the appropriation bills. A big program wiU demand attention in the spring. Besides, no one can foresee what the Eu ropean war may bring forth. One of the effects of the elections on the forthcoming abort session will un doubtedly lie to cause the administration to try to drive through as long a pro gram as possible ahca" of the new con gress. Another effect will be to make the Republican and IVmooratie in- ourgeiits more tenacious than heretofore. Bn'isfc Vessels, OcUUwi tti Ostniim bmH, Tat Vp Virnroas I'hk fr a Time sal Trea Hid t Gr Vp. 7 s And Cuticura Ointment are work! favorites iVcstmc so cfcrfive in restoring t!ic natural purity and brsuty cf the fkin, wa'p, hair znX hands th" n rrarml y un-I'.h'U- cvnd-'ti- :; Sample Free hy Mf? ' '' t V l t e l.w- t - t'- s -4. ! tv t W -.-'"estt - til - I ts.f rT'--i.-f fr f er V ! tfS'l'!.'. 0! f.- . ffije ; it't i;l H T t's f')..ift ru.t -"- 1 M l-ftl-ISI w 1 V .,,,..., I, ... tv 4 r sj'vV- if t t-... o wire tt-n on lwarl her. Y liether tier crew was able In stop the fire, or if the explosion sutik her, is nt known. The flames diej down and she was not seen srsin. The Nurtils-rg aenr. bed until dsy bteak for the wounded sliiri. when the Ormsn -ifTrs rotvludcd sh id !- n l't with all her crew. The otdy trace found of Hie Britisher ws in the wire less me? in w) i,li tl. .lsg.iw railed tinnrs'f u!!y for the Pg"-lnp. It iri f"iMe in ,v nv ff t'i iTtw f tb Monnimith. a tb (Jermans could not put it their ni!J host in S fe f th rle and the M-t mouth er-';bl ri'it have lowered br Irstl. t it trsrv to fir-t r rii1s th t;!,s- ft.nw -t )-i ti rct) i itki.i I or 7si;- kin, f M th "trsfto 11 a (lo).n i r-rt. lb irnn fct With t x-( .-.(on of tl' vi ,g and ''niwii. 't er f"nttoitt .n t re s,l-. ;- . !.. At . I 1H y l in wr. ! ti... - p-r-g r! l'."Bwt th.v f . not f.hV it lt ". 7 V trs'snt linr I I in ,(,-" '! ii tw Inr U ),y f t t. WOMEN MARCHING ON. When cooking beef in a flreless cooker do nut put salt on it until it is done. Lace should never be ironed at ail, but uiauipuluted between the fingers. To keep eyeglasses from steaming in cold weather rub with vaseline and pol ish with a silk handkerchief. Faded blue lit: ir ribbon lnny'ls! fresh ciiiyl hy allowing it to stand in strong blue water for a few minutes. Dallas News. The lids of saucepans often need to be raised while cooking and a clothes peg with a tuck on its top will answer the purpose. Fix the peg on the edge of the saucepan as if it were a line and rest the I id on the tack. A simple method of keeping bands and nails in good order is to halve a lemon, insert the fingers, and turn them round and round m the pulp. Jhis will tend to prevent the skin from growing up round the nails and hiding tho white crescent which should always appear at the base of the nail. After washing the hands well in warm water and soap, the skin surrounding the nails should be pushed down by the fingers, or better still, by a blunt bone instrument made for the purpose. Value of Courtesy. How plainly the little actions tell of one's early environments and breeding; it may be in the street car, in the home, in the business world; it may be only the newsboy who sees the act of dis courtesy on the car, the maid in the home, the errand boy in the office or store, but the story of ill-breeding is told as plainly as if it were proclaimed from the housetops. The one who would not think of being impolite to a cus tomer might use the cash girls for a tar get for harsh speaking, or the one who would be all smiles and politeness to a social or business asquaintance but abrupt and peremptory with the tele phone operator has not the true idea of courtesy. It is noticeable that people will often say unpleasant things over the phone that they would not think oi saying if talking face to face with a person, or the voice omits the quality of courtesy. , Business, homes and society could all lie made pleasauter if the elements of good breeding were always reflected and courtesy were extended in every act. It costs nothing and is free for every one to use as much of as he desires, and pays immense dividend in happiness both to the one who gives and the one who receive. Christian .Science Monitor. fj Lieutenant Peterson, of Chicago, a Victim of the Grip. Left Him so Weak Had to Quit. Restored to Health by Peruna. Took His Place Once More. For at least thirty years Teruna has had a great reputation as a remedy for grip. It is especially valuable in cases where the acute stage of grip has passed. The patient remains weak and despon dent. No appetite. Cannot work. Everything goes wrong. It is remarkable what Peruna will do in such cases. Lieut. Peterson, of Chicago, is an example. Mr. C. 0. Peterson, Lieut. Engine Co. 56, No. 3327 N. Hamilton avenue, Chicago,' 111.; writes: "Last year I had a severe attack of la grippe, which left me very weak, so that I was unable to perform my duties. Several of my friends advised me to build up on Peruna, and I found it by far the finest tonic and invigorator I had ever used. In two weeks I was strong and well, and if ever I am exposed to unusual hardship incident with my duties at fires, I take a dose or two or Peruna and find that it keeps me in good health." it is not thick, cover with more rice and hake half an hour in a pun of boiling water in the oven. Turn out and serve. Tomato sauce is good poured over the loaf. An excellent vegetable loaf is made by cooking rice and white beans separately. When tender, strain the beans, mix half of them with a white sauce and some minced parsley. Butter a mold and al ternate a layer of rice and a layer of beans until the mold is full, with rice on top. Cover with buttered paper and steam an hour. Turn into a hot disli, surround with the remainder of the beans and cover with a white sauce. Dorothy Dexter. They Now Have Full Suffrage ia 11 States. Chicago, Xov. 7. Women now have full suffrage in II states and in the ter ritory of Alaska, according to latest re turns, which gave the franchise to wom en in Nevada and Montana. In addi tion to the 11 states now listed as grunting full franchise to women, wom en have the right to vote for certain official in 22 other states. In Illinois, for all statutory offices, including presi dential electors. The II female Hiiffragi! states with the time of granting the J franchise arc: Wyoming Is'.H), Colorado IWVJ, Ctah lSt(l, Idaho 18IM1. Washing ton 1910. California 1!U'2, Arizona 1!12. Kansas 1(112. Oregon 11I2, Nevada 1U. Montana l!Mt. The 22 states allowing partial suffrage to women are Connecticut. Delaware. Florida. Iowa, Indiana, Illinois. Ken- turky, Michigan, Massachusetts. Minne sota. Mississippi. Nebraska (defeated full suffrage Tuesday), New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico. New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma. Ohio (defeat ed full suffrage in 1!M2 and on Tuesday), South Ifekota, Vermont and Wisconsin. Ijite returns bear out early indications that the franchise was denied women in Ohio, Missouri. Nebraska. North l. and South Dakota. Women showed their power at the polls in Chicago by leitmg as judge of the municipal rourt 'harles D. Billing, who introduc,! the suffrage bill in the Illinois legislature. A Good Idea for Mothers. In the November Woman's Home Com panion on a p:ige rntitliil (iooil Ideas tor Mothers . woman rails attention to the iintirtiice f teaching children to eat tanou kin's of foo.ls an, she tills as follows how she accomplished ting in t er ow n family: "W In n m v ion began to eat I re solved that lie should not be allowed to develop mi msrv tissl whim to cans 'if. Different Ways of Serving Rice. Bice may be lifted out of the ordinary. says a Country (icntleman contributor, by combining it with various vegetables. meats and sauces. An old southern cook gave me this recipe, which is delicious: After washing and draining half a cupful ol nee. fry it until a delicate brown in tablesMonful of butter; add to this some chopped onion and half a cupful of strained tomatoes. When it has rooked laboift thre minutes, pour over it a cup ful of thin stock, and salt and pepper to taste., Cover the pan and let simmer almost an hour, when the rice will lie suit and a delicate pink in color. To procure a constantly varied flavor to boiled rice, rook it in the water in which Vegetables have been boiled. For instance, cut up several carrots and boil them in a quart of water until it has been reduced to a pint, cream the car rots and use the water for cooking the rice. Two or three onions placed in the water in which rice is boiled will impart a delicate flavor. The onions should le removed before serving. Hire served with spinach or tomato sauce is very good, especially if green peppers, cut in rings and cooked until tender in slightly salted water, are scat tered over me rice oriore ine sauce is put on. Spinach sauoe is made with about a pound of spinach cooked in boil ing water 10 minutes, then rubta-d through a sieve and rooked another 10 minute in a in which an ounce of ! buttrr ha brrn melted and an niusl 1 amount of flour mixed, together with; salt and pepper. ! To make a tomato sauce rook a slice of onion and a half a cstiful of tomatts s 13 minute, rub through a strainer and aild three tahli-siMwinful of butter and the same amount of flour to which sea sonings have been aded. If the toma toes an- very acid, add a pint h of soda. Cheese nsiked with rice ia excellent. Boil a rnpful of ri rapidly for itn min ute and drain. Into a baking dish put Alternate layer of rice and grated clieese and flavor with salt and a dash of cay enne. Then pour over this cupful of milk, rover, an.l Imke for 20 minutes. A savory dish for supper is made bv cutting shout n mine of rsw bam into small piece and frying it slowly In lis If s lahl-psitifiil of butter and a small I pietss of oiiKh till brown. Add lis If a .cupful of uncooked ri'. and when this l a cooked a few minute put in ahout two fsipful f water or stock salt, fwp 1 f-r and a dash of imtnng. Itoil 2" The usual forms of yeast On the mar ket are compressed and dry yeast. Liquid yeast can be secured at most biikeshcps, from which some women pre fer to secure it as needed, while others prefer to make it in their own homes or to buy in the market one of the two forms to be found there. In any case, all women recognize that the essential part of the product is the yeast plant, which, in the dried cake, may be com bined with corn meal as a carrier. (Some times the flavor of the bread is spoiled by the rancidity of the corn meal used.) "Compressed yeast" is a term applied to yeasts grown in a special way, purified by repeated washing and compressed into cakes hy the addition of corn starch or other binding material. It has the ad vantage of giving a large amount of yeast in a small bulk, but care is needed in keeping it because it deteriorates rap idly on exposure to air or warmth. Homemade yetsts are essentially mix tures of Hour, water and potatoes with the dry yeasts found in the market or with other yeast as a "starter." Honn made veast is sometimes made into cakes as is the dry veast of the nmrket. but more, often it is kept in liquid form or in that of a sponge. Much difficulty has arisen in the use and care of home made veasts because of a failure to ap preciate the fact that yeasts are plants and therefore require conditions favor ahle to plant grow th. Moreover, careless or uncleanly handling of the yeast in regard to the vessel in which it is kept ailows bacteria to mingle with the veasts. As these multiply, they some times give an unpleasant flavor to the bread. The practice of keeping a bit of dough in the flour barrel is a "starter" is not to be commended, and the wimian who does not understand "why this yeast that made such gisxl bread a month ago will not work now," will find a probable explanation in the fact that the yeasts have taken from the potato water or the flour and sugar all the food they contained for the yeast plant and so it has died from starvation, or from the piosonous effet of its own growth. Meantime the bacteria have increased in number and given an acid character to the bread, resulting in the familiar un desirable sour flavor so usual in certain home-made breads. The Heart of the House, in Woman's World for November. Had 15 Extension Schools. The agricultural extension service of the University of Vermont held 15 ex tension schools last year. Over 800 Vermont farmers registered. The at tendance ranged from 20 to 00 and aver aged 32. The interest shown, as well as numerous requests for similar schools, warrant their continuation this winter on a larger scale. It is proposed to hold 30 schools provided communities are ready to meet the simple requirements. At these schools, with farmers as the ' pupils, agricultural college men will dis cuss dairying, breeding and manage ment of livestock, feeds and feeding, , farm crops, soils and soil management, fruit, poultry, forestry, farm maqage- Hicnt and farm machinery. The schools last for five days. In most cases coin- i cident with the work in agriculture for ' the farmers will be held an extension school in home economics for the farm ' women nt which house sanitation, aelee.- I tion and preparation of foods, sewing ; and dressmaking will be discussed and ; illustrated. The extension service desires to start these schools by the middle of November. Several applications are already in band; others should be promptly made. The local community should furnish suitable rooms for the work and guarantee a sat isfactory and, as nearly as may bo, con stant attendance. Applications will be considered in the order of receipt and should be addressed to director of exten. sion service, Burlington, Vt. Foley Honey and Tar Compound for Croup. Croup scares you. The loud hoarse, croupy cough, choking and gasping for breath, labored breathing, call for imme diate relief. The very first doses of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will master the croup. It cuts the thick mucus, clears away the phlegm and opens up and eases the air passages. Cum tilings & Lewis. Advt. Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney Trouble. Around on her feet all day no won der a woman has backache, headache, stiff, swollen joints, weariness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Bills give quick relief for these troubles. They strengthen the kidneys takej away the aches, pain and weariness.. Make life worth living again. Try Fo- I Icy Kidney Bills and see how much bet-' ter you feel. Cummings &. Levvia. Adv. Mill fl 1 Laiiay specials Regular 50c Milk Chocolates 39c a Pound Four-In-Hand Kisses, pound, 19c (Tb OM-FsahfMirs) MoUtse Kiss) (,..-, ...I t, ...... I i . ' ' . ''in i nut.- vr a fl fe. Then add t ii".C- inTii'tii.r in iej me. riomi. . , . . . . , .i n . w - . . tutilespncmful f tmttir nd t he i t'i first ' ws rqmrd to eat a small i . ' . . . . ,, , .. f. , . ,, . , quantity of grste.l ier. mix well )-m o"h .n m ' - - fl'.r i,r mm n th tM If he really disdkej it b iwss,. milv to tke a small rv ing. Js;h!y R ff""lflll, l.llt tH tH Xt ' time li ! f.'.'igel to try it ;-in. He pvr allowed to pres rtis'ikr f I rv article of food and tHus stnngtlxii his fi jo.liee ririst it, who In fsHwr I nd I were iarefil to keen .ur man eiiiI . !f'iod tusfes to ourswhe. a reward. ! iow it t!i vcr 't g-. "ir Is-t ! o rr rt ! Mir 't !) of ,, !, Sllllf . 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'p tr tUtjt ' fast !"-.:. nrr Vr T-." - i I ft Cjn -Wc have a nice line of drair saws, one man saws, cross cut saws and buck saws. Also a complete line '' -I T s S sr . I '! 1 ,r. 7 t. -ii v ! - e . t 4 i ns.s.- f m 441 e-r. ns ' Issai lmmm Bt I mi.-JI II I III. H r tii-n tuix. of axes. The N. D. Phelps Company, ni.iftit r. iHw ti-J"-t