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IADMIR ABLE FOOD
LttaGE cheese should be a IT U n ... .i.. DftiHt of Milk L All inc r i w Fni" . d. Ua atrarl part of Fat Cura m-y or Straineu vuu. Preferred. and LOOK TO YOUR KIDNEYS. r tbo h ,rt n' I 1 if. Cottage ' nocsc MIIU l,,;0re pel!. disll " crater variety 01 n. r-" !aus H m'ciis 10 b0 n"-1""1 wlth iiMle t'Ji'.'T r cream. The French In c oDiUiciiiiy servcu on . .1 .11.... Ia 1. UIlil B bllUJiur loau 19 I'nltod States, often be with a little ground cin- cheese contains nn me inu- und pint of tne tai. u by heatiiiK tne cum auj straining or by straining ir any utmi i foil:1' ma.li; eitner V,v ,.i....,t heating Willi-- - .... ... h I, teuld Ty srnuo ... ..... ome Miru iu.u uiii.i.- .ill i. ru . ,.e tsntlntr Ik In Kale w.l.v .. water Into tne cum. j n.s also for those who do taste of lactic acid, hie. A ,ur bulling , maoi way ... fkre fur the U - .....a In rutnnvu t water tCI Y. a . ...w . When Suffering From Backache, Head aches and Urinary Troubles. They are i n babl.y Hi., true source if your misery. Tu 1 ,, V(m ,.,,. keep your kidneys well. There is no '"MiT ki.liicv r. HI...K- than Ilium's K i . 1 1 . y IM!s. 'I hey c'uri' si. it V; i 1 1 t i s ii .1 cure them 1" niu.il. nlly. I'-- C. Hampshire, "US K. lSraiiililiti.il St., Norfolk. Vit , says: "1 i.iiuViod Iron, kid ney (..lie unj the pain during Bonin at- so s. v. re. that It I-. .JU r-.l ini n lu 1ml J mi.. Tin only I'ivcd was from morphine I was completely cured l'llls iiii.l believe AWFUL. arlfly ar ai:l it.-n In ii"-; ,i teasel'.' tacks was tWO fc'triUlg relief I roc Injections. by Dunn's Kidney they saved my nr,.." ltemeniber il.e name Loan's. For sale 1-y all dealers, r.n ii-nls a box. FoKtcr-Milbiirn Co., Hufiiil,,, n. Y. . mil,.-., t; .. - . - MR ilV.Pi.l U jn.uii or lnitnieB. . is always a good aa- in conipnulnieut of salads, i , mi which can bo served ur.-o coiisists of cottage hco-e In v.ImIi the first portions nre ,i,. villi linked Ultucu or water -csf, aii.l 'Ii'' last portion ,e (f sei C'otlaB'i r tlen to or (.lie f K-rvi'. snrl' iy jam or with bread :aak(5 a w- Cottage ( I: .rays may I" busy lioiiM-h ;,a:e tlif I-': (,'jr men.ln r .heir own Kill-! I'araway s of different sert table which in" with a lit- laiher sweet irnit pre a., strawberry or raspbor-i,.-i.rved (pilnoeg. Sen'ed i.n.l butter and tea, this II li.ilaiiced meal. :,.(-,. flavored In different i. tied for sandwiches. In ,.!,: It may be well to pre- and to allow the varl df the family to make iidwlches ut the tablo. chopped stuffed oilves and chives (a vee be aally grown in the kitchi'i garden inane good na- j von. Instead of the different kinds of . stiiffMl (.lives, plain olives and pinion- j tos may be chopped separately and i uo.led. but Hi!- requires more work. The (iiiefTion ! likely to arise why i sour milk and Im products are consl.i- j T..1 i-af.' fcwl t be eaten raw, wlillo ?iali. swell iM.Ji is looitea upuii i ,me stir-;ii. ion unless It h.'iB been cf.nkid Tli" reason Is that for a long . tin:.' aft. r the milk is drawn nil the Lint' -ria which eater Into it increaso in mi, nl r sin Increase being wore or , .-.; i.'ii'id. .Ii I'. ndinif chiefly on the ti-n;p. ratiire at w hich the. milk Is , l:i-)it. Sonic et these bacteria may bo kin. Is that iri d tce dlseaeo. Finally, I however, when mllli sours the hang less laitir iiidd bacteria and the laetlo J add which they produce tend to de stroy (.tie r mil ro organisms, Includlns the disease I'to.liieliiK bacteria, so that the fee cuiiicK when the harmful bac teria jecreasc ery rapidly and the lactic bacteria increase very rapidly. By the time the milk Is sour It Is practically fr-.; from bacteria, except those of the ho tic acid type. A Question. Vera ddi;ht e,irs old i- What does tiunsatlaiiti.' n,. un, n.i Mother Across tin- Atlantic, of course; but you musii't hnilu r me. Vera la.es "trans" always mean across Mother-1 suppose It (lues. Now. If you don't Hup botlierliig tu.. with your (picMlotis 1 shall hi nd von r i i; ! . t tu b( d. Vera (nft, r a f w tulmiies' sil"iie-l Then dues trail'-pan lit. lie an a cross parent ? Ideas. rianche Poor Crace! she out mar ried herself. Maude Indeed! Hlanrti. Yes. She mnriiiil a d ike, you know, and didn't hae ( houkIi money to pay his hills. An Experience Weak and delicate ladies need Cardui, to brinff roses into their pale cheeks and energy into their weary frames. Read this letter from Mrs. Albert Root, of Amanda, Ohio, givincj an account of licr experience, and how she found relief: "I was hardly ever without a hcad;.che, and often had a misery in my back and sides," she writes. "I was sick in bed half the time, and suffered a preat deal from neu ralgia of the stomach. Since taking Cardui, the woman's tonic, I have gained 10 pounds, and now I can do a!i of my own house-work, and washing, and my friends say I ook like a different person." BABY'S SKIN TORTURE "When our baby was seven weeks old ho broke out with what wo thought was beat, but which gradually j grew worse. We called in a doctor. lie said it was eczema and from that time we doctored blx months with i three u" the best doctors 111 Atchison j but he only got worse. Ills face, bead I and hands were a solid sore. Tin-re I wns no end to the sufferlur; for him. We bad to tie Ills little bands to : keep him from scratching, lie never knew what It wns to sleep well from I the time ho took the disease until he i Tvas cured. He kept us nwake all i , hours of the right and bis health ! wasn't what you would call good. We tried ev(rythlng but the right thing. ! "Finally I got a set of the Cutlcura nemedies mid I urn pleased to say ' wo did not use all of them until he was cure d. .We. have waited a year and a half to see if it would return I but It never has ai;d to-day his skin Is clear and fair as It possibly could 1 be. I hope Cutlcura may save some j one else's little ones suffering and also their pocket-books. John I.eason, 14o;t Atchison St., Atchison, Kaa.,Uct. 19, 11)01)." Now They Sleep Indoors. Source H. Heilttle, Jeweler III till!; old Arcade, and I.. I:. Kalstun, auditor of the News, Imvr Jointly and several ly decided that sleeping out in the open isn't all thai It has In en de. dared to h", s.i.vs the C, v, hnid Leader. Tiny wire Inch In a ieei siii.ne out at the Heat tie farm, near Clnie'iin Calls, the oilier night, when a run away team from the county lair oily tinned Into the lane lending up to the lieatlie esiute and came along at lull speed. Sound asleep, Inn dre.'iiiiiiig of Im pending danger, Hal-ton roiled out of his cot toward the north, ami lleattle from his cot inward the south. The runaway horses die lied between the sleepers, oci i-ettiim everything In the way, hut missing I'.eattie and Halsuai by margins too narrow to he meas ured. Since that night Halston Pas slept in his town house and lleattic has found slielti r under the ample roof of his buns.- on h!s big plantation. TAKEf llllll I M The Woman's Tonic C C 56 No harmful effects can possibly come to young or old from the use of Cardui, -lie woman's tonic. Thousands of women have written, like iMrs. Root, to tell of the reat benefit they obtained from its use. Cardui is a reliable tonic. Its ingredients are mild, medicinal herbs, acting mainly on the womanly constitution, and building up botli nervous and vital energy. Pure, strictly vegetable, safe and reliable Cardui is an ideal remedy, for delicate, ailing Women. Try it. At all druggists. Cjiiriat. .1. t tu pi; Protectlrg Food From Ants. A very gwoij way to keep ants away from fond placed on shelves is to hang the shelf un by curds and place o Bong T f Fli-tmg With Fashion. That innate tend' m y on the part of the fair consumer to llirt with fash Ion nliiviiur fast and loose with vari ous commodities, is responsible for the uncertainties that have prevailed i during the month. There was such a 1 lack of conlldence as to the ultimate acceptance of the various lines pre- , pared by distributers and eonsum"ra ; Hint buying was somewhat minimized. Prosperity or adversity has nothing to do with the millinery business Fash- ; ion alone makes or breaks. Millinery Trade Review. His First Lesson In Economy. "When I was a very small hoy and dime looked pretty big to me, I met hn II. Farley - who had always been my good friend - on ihe street one .lime day," says Frank II an is. "'Frank,' he said, 'the Fourth of .luly is (oiiiing soon. You'll want some channe then. I.et lue be your banker until then ami you 11 have some money for lircciuck : does, lemonade and peanut: "1 emptie I my pockets let ami everv day I hereafter I'our'h I turned over to Mm my small 1 earnings, When the day of days came around 1 had a fund that enabled me l to celebrate In proper style, while I many of my playtnaten wire flat broke. Ii was my first lesson In thrift, and It was a good one. Hundreds of ' Cleveland people would b" glad today i to testily to the fact that when John II. Farley was a friend of a man or a boy he was a friend Indeed.' I love bird Leader, Solid Breech? fe X Safe f'0rMk WkW'W I, his I, until md lb- autoloading! from an old alarm clock on each cord b shown. Fill the gong with glue or nwllKEe. This makes It impossible! for the ants to puss the gongs. Popu lar Mechanics. TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Hod, Weak. Weary, Watery Kyeu aiiiHinintilatodFyeliris. Murine Uoesnt Smart Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists Sell Murine Kye Kemedy, Li(uld. I'.'iC, Sl.pii. Murine Lye r-ano m I'.VO DOCKS Mall. , Chi. 'a ,10. .Co. Aseptic Tubes. ':. . fl.W and Kye Advice. Free by Murine Kye Kemedy Co. Tea and Coffee Pots. Put a t. a-i oonrul of baking scla into each i et, lill almost full with cold water, put on the range and let boll to cr three minutes, pour out the water and wi.sb with clean suds, then rinse with , , :)r water. The soda re moves every hit of stain and also Wens th" pots. Recipe for Happiness. Happiness would si em to consist ot not longing for tie things that would make us happy Life. TOI.BIVKOI-TMU.1R.I '1 l, it i..nnu.;i v i'H v bli, .win H lh hiini' V V""" K.,ri'r,.,..u..Vui. iie;-:.:o;"" Usa.iT. icr ul ier- I'M1'- ""v St. Louis Lady Cured of Eczema. r. :t'i Yemen SI . St Lout'. M". I havi" Pel K'".. mu ! r lour yearn, iind havn liicl ieivil,niK .".,siM.- t.i i ure It, VltlK.Ilt 'i. ..-s. iiuill I tll. il Tt'tterlne. Your til' .11. irai Pus ei.O 'l n.c aft.-r eix inotiths' trial. Miss A. 11. KI"K. T-tt. rlii" i ur. s I'i'iiu, iici.inK I'lios, l::m! Wei in, I ..i.'i'ti'cr i.iel vei y form of Sculp and SI. : n I'l-eee. Tetorini. ,(v; i T-'tterlie' S ij '-' -t 'Inmmts or ny mail litre, t fiein The Slaiptrii..; Co., S.i Minnali, 'i i. w , Willi ev. i v 11 1 n it nrU, r for Tc'terlne w fv u. pjx et M.u.llli.e' l'.iu I-lvcr l'llli tluW. New Veralon. "N'uw, Harry,'' said the Sunday school teat her to the brightest boy, In the class, "can yu:i tell we how Klijah died?" "II. didn't die at all," rejilled the joungster. "II" was tninslatid from the in initial Ib brew." B'rmuda Onion 6ed. Dine; lioiii Teiieillfe. We am head ipiaiteis. Wrl'e fur prices. John A. Salzer Seed Co, La Crosse, Wis. uivsrri Rcminiton Pump Cutii nd Ri-mlngton Autotodin Shotguni rrprrtfint tha highrtt dcvelopmrnt in modern hotgun mnufiirture. Tlii clnim proven by the fact that over 50'? of the Interttoto Handi cap for the Iat three yean hao been won by Remington Shotguni. More winning than all other hotguna of oil makera combined. REMINGTON PUMP CUN-I limmfllru. Solid Dieech, Slide Action. Buitum Ejection - irr0!ii.rd u unrivaled in tlul clait of irpcatdtl. REMINGTON AUTOLOADING SHOTGUN Hammer. Ie. Solid Dtrech - combine il.e advi.i.Rr .( all olher iliol(uri wild being auloloiding without the leu thereby c.l an ounce ol muzzle enetgy -hai a minimum recoil abmlutely wfe. TV new RF.M1NCTON Cul... ne tluB c.ninfiH ii ii aUo a tell look it incrrftung .huolmi ptohowjey, ma, ltd re lo jporumcn. THE REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY Al'DCT I 29 Broadw, New York Cllr WINTERSMITHS Hlel iron III arlv.- .mt 'I'.' Humor and the Devil. The devil Is not, Indeed, perfectly biimorous. but that is only because he it tho extreme of all humor. Coleridge. Poor Man's Pudding. One pint enke crumbs, one cup milk, largo spoonful molasses, one teaspoon soda, half cup raisins, half cup cur rants, one teaspoon cloves, i ne tea- i'"on cinnamon nnd two-thirds of flour, fitenm two hours. cup I bold H Indeid to be a sure sign of n mind not poised as it ough' " be If It be Insensible to the ple.isiu es 01 home. Lex. "Willi's "Cold, o 'Must b colt's. Of Course. the matter'."' - sullletllilig in Tu y a co'nl. old man.' head." ' Llppin R J El IT It tin Bill U U U U tMuir w Oldest and Best Tonic; for Malaria and Debility. A aptonrilrl enrol tonic : 40 yenri' iucceil. Contains no artaiec or otner po.vona. unn.t qu.m.mw, -no bad nflcU. 1 aka no ulittiti.tn. ralll.-" dook 01 ouzziea leni 10 mnr "w' ' iurin b rma a ro., '! '. l,oi.i...s. ae. w 11 v litl.ili-.. ic i'.e., ui.il ;. i(r I'OLltH mil Ppvph HiH H-l,llUI IOI.I lev.n-li 1.111I le-tiii.' normal ' ,'''!..a'r...,.i,,,,Ui.ai.it.y. le. . - A. Urug ture- None somUir'"i-'y Hf". and an. Buch burdens to .In'mselves lis I hose who have nothing to do. He active only have the true relish of life. .... ...nii,i men consider It too much trouble to look for trouble, PUTNAM A friend in need is usually try to dodge. a friend we y,-, Wlnsli.w's rini.tliiiig Hymn for Children twilling, a..ft". Oi- gums, re.luee. Inltauima- llon. allnj I'"1" t w itul cull''. Si": a bottle. Pntnn people are happy only when they are envied. AXLE GREASE Keeps the spindle lrij,l.t and free from prit. Try a 1 ox. Sold liy dealers everywhere STANDARD OIL CO. (Iucoriortttt!ili FADELESS DYES II rihen. Th dm In cold water nttler thin tni otnr ma. Colon. MONROE ORUO CO., Quinoy, llhnol: COLT DISTEMPER Pan t hnd1"d tptt mHIt. TIio wl- k nre ni! !1 .tJim tt rustiie ftistiln. no iii-i". r tn-w ""ii .. " kt t ttum UK t r, Jl V.i'tni. -i? n fi-wi, AcW nn tl.t ...I an.l tMji. t-r-nntt f It fnniiMof (ItHt' ittp'T. revitaiiy er kin-wn fur n r In f-L Til ( innlu.Ml.'iniiirniili'i! UiCiroinHiv WK' ivii' tl n h-.ttii vnu 'il'n I fiodfir.i'ii i.f (IniKniflKunii ltnivM .1.-Ut, or wnl 'ipruM i.l Uf T-Vf nn.nuUctur.-rr.. Cut nl-own h.-w f l Htt.-e thro-in. '.r fr 4 til ItiMiklf't rlT'r.wrvlti)nf. I fn-n.1 a.rniti WiUJ. Jrel acloatj SPOHN WEDICAk COMtbfBll,au,ll,Mttr0,otUU u8nan ,na"t " 1,l?HilTJi I'M- Ta.ty Pie Crust, Hlch pie crust is often cut into long, n strips and browned in the oven, pread with a layer of Jam and then W r'1'""'1 "enm. Afttl .pread "' p a Pv,ry two strips together, wndwlch fashion, and serre. Ml I I llll I I II I I w . v . y ; if b ''ttommmtx v un u j : HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail.