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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARE., APRIL 28, 1922.
SURE TO HELP SICK WOMEN Mr. Baker, So Much Benefited by LydiaLPinkW Vegetable Com pound, Anxious to Help Others Lebanon. Indiana. "I was complete ly run down from women's troubles and stomacn trouble and for a long time was hardly able to do my work. 1 had some friends who had I taken Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable I Compound, and they told me about it. 1 I know what it has done for me and I recommend it to (others, as I am sure it will be a great help to all sick women. It is a wonder ful medicine, and I give you permission to use my testimonial and my photo graph." Airs. &MMA xjAKEK. 31U d. East St, Lebanon, Indiana. These letters recommending Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ought to convince women of the great worth of this medicine in the treatment of ail ments to which they are often subject. Mrs. Baiter calls it "a wonderful med icine." If you are suffering from troubles women often have, or feel all run down, without any ambition or en ergy for your regular work, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It is a natural restorative and snouid neip you as it has Mrs. ttaiier and many, many other women. Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the enemies of life and looks. In use since 169& All druggists, three sizes. Look for die Baa Gold Medal on every bos and accept no imitation His Natural Dome. Thnt football player seems to be wearing a helmet, but 1 see nothing tc protect his ears." "He's a rare bird on the gridiron.' "What's thatr "A haldheaded halfback." Birming ham Age-Herald. $525 IN PRIZES rnn rnr nrrvr niiuiirn run i tit Dm fitiiintu A new. contest is just being started which will interest every woman and girl who reads this paper. Any woman or girl can enter this Contest anyone can win ! All it Is necessary to do is to write a 4-line rhyme on Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder, using orly the words whlrh smnpnr either nn tho labe' of the Dr. Price can (front and back) or on the printed slip which Is found In each Dr. Price can. Isn't that easy? Everyone likes to make rhymes and here Is a chance to spend a fascinating hour or two writ ing rhymes on this popular Baking Powder and perhaps winning a sub stantial prize for your efforts. 59 CASH PRIZES For the rhyme selected as best a prize of $100 will be given; for the second, third and fourth best rhymes prizes of $75. $50 and $25, respective ly will be given. And besides these prizes there will be 55 prizes of $5 each for the next 55 best rhymes. With snch a long list of prizes as these. It would be a pity not to try your hand at itl Here is a 4-line rhyme as an ex ample : Two teaspoons of this powder make Biscuits, muffins, pie or cake. The Price's Co, guarantee 2fo alum in the cans to be. As Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder sells for only 25 cents a 12 oz. can at grocery stores, some rhymes could play up the remarkable economy of this pure and wholesome baking powder which contains no alum. All rhymes must be received by May 1, 1922. Only words appearing either on the label of the Dr. Price can (front and bark) or on the printed slip contained inside the can may be used. These words may be used as often as desired, but no other words will be allowed. If you haven't a can of Dr. Price's, a copy of the label and the printed slip will be sent to you free upon request Any woman or girl may enter the Contest, but only one rhyme from each person will be considered. In case of ties, the full amount of the prize will be given to each tying contestant Write plainly on only one side of a sheet of paper and be sure to give your name and address. Send your rhyme before May 1st to Price Baking Powder Factorv, 1007 Independence Blvd., Chicago, HI. Ad vert isemeht A Safe One. "Tes; he's a fearful bore. Isn't hel There's only one good thing about him." "What's that?" "His opinion of himself." London Tit-Bits. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 12 INDIGESTWWJ m -Ol 6 BELL-ANS I "OT waier ff -A. . X sS-i Sure Relief 'ELL-AMS 25 and 754 Packages. Everywhere IIPIJ n fill I -- iSas.! rr IMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIirJIIIIIIIII IMII1IHIIIIIII1I1MIHIIIIIE Man-Tailored Topcoats; Knitted Bathing Suits TT IS the fashion to be sensible that Is, when It conies to choosing one's street suit or topcoat. The top coat patterned after-big brother's or hubby's own is woman's pride this sea son. To be swagger style, these man nish cloth togs must be of staunch and sturdy cloth which guarantees outdoor service. Where do you suppose we go to buy the real thing in those coveted coats? Direct to a man's tailoring es tablishment ! It is a fact several lead lug manufacturers identified hereto- Mannish ire the country over as makers exclu sively of men '8 suits and coats are pro- lucing strictly tailored garments for women this season. These coats of masculine type to be correct must have the characteristic nent collar, wide belt, roomy sleeves and deep pockets without n compro mise toward any detail which savors f the feminine. The illustration dem onstrates this mode. .Melton cloth, wliirh Is noted for Its light weight and heavy appearance. Is the favorite fabric, nltlionu'li tweed Is a close rival. The herringbone pat- ern. which Is so well thought of for men's suits ind coats, is quite as n lieallng to sister and mother this sea son for street wear. if It Isn t the topcoat maiinishly fnshioned then It Is the suit, which milady Insists must be built on conven tional lines. For the business woman who has no time for frills these new modes are especially appropriate. Yet I think me that a touch of the eternal feminine In the way of a bit of crochet I '' ..-v J, fM" " 1 ff . ... tw jji irf&r X ir... ' m Knitted Bathing Suit. ,ice Is sure to rexeal itself when the oat is thrown oiicii. although the tiictly tailored lingerie shirtwaist is really in keeping with the vogue, which proclaims men's fashions as women's fashions this season. It Is a ipiestioii whether beige or ray has preference, and many of the lighter two-tone brown effects are lolell. The suit in the picture was devel ped in gray homespun ami it is the yie which is ever ready with no wear- lit to It. According to the calendar, antiri- latlon will Mion be realization to those looking forward to the season if swimming and seabathing. Why not forestall the usual plea of regret, "I have no bnthing suit," by preparing foretime. Thi Costume Slip. There is a definite need in every woman s warilroi'e for the costume slip. In many instances it serves for the skirt when accompanied by a tunic blouse, or for an nndenl'-ess wlih a frH'k of sheer crepe or silk. Make it f crepe de chine, washable satin. labutai. canton crepe. talTe;a. satin tricoiette, handkerchief linen, voile or ingerie cloth. I.or edge about one and one-half yards. Size .'!( requires yards of 40-Inch crepe de chine. ''hi t "ry useful slip for women It was remarked at the sea-coast winter resorts this season,, that the plain high-quality knitted bathing suit was prime favorite. Of course there were many novelty creations which pass under the title of bathing suit, which are In reality beach costumes of the elaborate sort. If one Is not a water fan, this sort of outfit Is charmingly in accord with the picture, but whi'ii it conies to real sport, gen uine lii'ji 1 1 hy hearty playing the waves, or professional swimming, nothing Cloth Togs. gives tlie satisfaction of the knitted hathing suit. If is, however, good economy to buy only the oest. There are certain stand ard makes which guarantee fast color and enduring shapeliness. It Is a waste of money to Invest in any other. Some of the new knitted suits are most attractively designed as verified in the accompanying picture. This model is to be hud in very Interesting color couihinntions, such as gray with navy, scarlet or orange border. It is of jersey knit anil in every line shows lliat style a nt I becomingness has been thought out by the designer down to the slightest detail. Tlie aitncheil full skirt is helted and bordered, in a way which adds to the general attractiveness. The refinement of this suit is one of its characteris tics. It is just as essential to wear attrac tive correct accessories with the bath ing suit, as with one's dressiest cos tume. I'.athlng caps are becoming millinery achievements these days, l'lie rubber (lower caps are great fa vorites. For instance an ocean blue cap is cnlhelv covered with white pctalled rubber daisies. Kuuian stripe bandanna caps are immensely lieconi Ing and it carries out a color mode which is fashionalile llinniglivii dress accessory this season. For beach capes there ai creations I rubberized silk in gayest colorings. The i hrec-piecc battling suit with knitted cape lit match is meeting with success, not only because of its at tractiveness, but also from the stand point of utility. COrrhGHT IY VOTUN NtVtfAK UNlOK I and misses of ,T' to 44 inches bust measure. Delineator. Crepe Tub Frocks, t'otton crape, is being used for tub frocks fur small children, and there is a rage for natural. color pongee. Wool jersey is playing an Increasingly strong role In the development of dresses for small girls, one smart little model recently seen being made dressy by having an accordion-plaited skirt bound all around with a narrow silk braid in contrasting coWr, OOOOXXDX)OC)OOOOOC)OOOCXXXX CThe Kitchen Cabinet OOOOOCXXXXXOCXXXXXXXXXXXJ Copyright, 1922, Weitcrn Newspaper Union Have you found work that you can do? Is there a heart that loves you best? Is there a spot somewhere called home Where, spent and worn, your soul may rest? A friendly tree? A book? A song? A dog that loves your hand's caress? A store of health to meet life's needs? Oh, build your house of happiness! B. Y. Williams. EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS If there is a baby or invalid in the family give them prune-hnrley water, Wash a tahlespoonful of SlwtPi pearl barley, add three leaspooniuis 01 s u b a r and one cupful of stewed prunes. Pour over this mixture one quart of boiling water, cover and let stnnd for three hours, then strain. Prune Cake Filling. Chop one-half pound of steamed prunes, add two tablespoonfuls of sut-ar, a third of a cupful of boiling warer and a tahlespoonful of lemon Juice.- Mix and cook In a double boil er until thick enough to spread on the cake." This tilling spread on bread or toast for luncheon or for sandwich filling is delicious. Apples may he cored and baked un til nearly cooked, then the centers fillijd with raisins nnd prunes. Cover witJi a meringue and bake until brown, Serve as a dessert with cream aud suar. Gelatin Prune Dessert. Soak one haif pound of prunes In two cupfuls of water overnight. Cook them In the same water until soft, then stone anil cut them into quarters. To the Inline liquor add enough boiling wa ter to make two cupfuls. soak two tablespoonfuls of gelatin In one-half cupful of cold water. Add one-half cupful of sugar with a quarter cupful of lemon juice to the hot liquid. Strain and adil- the prunt3 nnd chill. Stir while cooling to prevent the prunes from settling. Serve with sugar and cream. Apple Pudding. Beat one egg. add to it a third of a teaspoonful of salt, two teaspoonfuls of sugar nnd n cup ful of thin sweet cream, then add two cupfuls of flour mixed with four tea spoonfuls of baking powder. Crease a two-quart pudding pan, half Oil with pared and quartered sour apples, spread the batter over them and steam in a steamer two hours or bake In a hot oven. The apples If not easily cooked may be cooked a little before adding the batter. Serve with a lemon sauce or sugar and cream. Trust not to-morrow's dawn to bring The dreamed of Joy tor which you wait: Tou have enough of pleasant things To house your soul In goodly state. B. Y. Williams. THE EVERYDAY PRUNE In country places and small towns where one cannot always procure the fresh 'rults prunes are a most desirable fruit. The ordinary method of serv- lng prunes (boarding house style) has put them Into dis repute, hut there is no fruit richer in food and with marked medicinal value. One pound ot prunes will furnish more nutriment than the sume weight of lean meat or bread. Prune Bread. To a pint of light bread sponge prepared with milk add two tablespoonfuls of sugar and graham tlour to make a stiff batter. Add a cupful of steamed prunes that have been stoned and cut fine. Turn the dough Into the pans and let rise. then hake in a moderate oven. Prune Scones. Cream one-quarter of a cupful of butter, add one-half cupful of sugar, one beaten egg and one cupful of flour sifted with one- half teaspoonful of baking powder. Add one-quarter of n cupful of mashed drained prunes, roll the dough into a roll and cut In rounds; dust with sugar and bake in a slow oven. A prune omelet is one which the family will like. Stew, stone and mash the prunes, using a cupful, adding a little sugar if needed, spread over the omelet Just before turning. Children's Supper Dish. Rub through a 'sieve one cupful of cooked prunes nnd the same quantity of cooked rice; add sugar to sweeten. If needed, a little grated lemon peel, an egg' yolk beaten and thinned slightly with water; cook until well heated through. Serve with cream and sugar hot or cold. Prune Bread Pudding. Butter slices of stale bread, cover with hot milk. idd layers of stewed prunes and re peat until the dish is full. Rake in a moderate oven until well heated through. Serve with sauce prepared by cooking a pint of water and a tahle spoonful of cornstarch mixed with two ta!ilespoi.nfi;!s of sugar; when well cooked add a cupful of orange juice. A beaten egg may be added and cooked in the mixture, if a richer sauce is required. Prunes put through a sieve and add ed to the morning cereal Is a good dish for the children. When making prune pies add one- (bird as many raisins as prunes and the flavor of the pie will he Improved. Found Out Bishop J. S. Flipper said In an ad dress In Atlanta : T.e sure your sin will find you out. An Atlanta family had a parrot that took sick, and they sent It downstairs to be t rented In the servants' quar ters. The parrot remained downstnirs several weeks. Then it was brought back, cured, to the drawing room. Hut always, after that sojourn downstairs, the parrot could never hear a bell without exclaiming crossly: 't)h. let the devils ring again.'" PUBLIC ROAD CONSTRUCTION About One-Half of All Highways Being Built Are Being Aided by the Government (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) What the new federal highway ap propriation to be expended under the direction of the bureau of public roads, United States Department of Agricul ture, will mean to the country is ac curately gauged in a synopsis prepared bv the bureau, showinir the use to oonstruction of a Rock Road. which the $275,000,0000 previously ap propriated by congress has been put. Up to December 31, $212,077,246 had been put to work In projects either en tirely complete or under construction. To match that amount the states ap propriated $285,379,312, making a total of $497,456,558. If placed end to end the roads to be paid for by this money would encircle the earth at the equator and extend as far as from New Tork to San Fran cisco on the second lap. The total mileage of roads under construction and completed, the department's rec ords show, was approximately 27,000 miles. Of this milage 9,555 miles was In projects entirely completed. ' The balance of 17,445 miles was in projects which were still under construction but reported 69 per cent complete Oc tober 31. In those projects there was the equivalent of 12,000 miles of com pleted roads, so that the completed road to date was more than 21,000 miles, or nearly enough to encircle the globe. Prior to five years ago the federal government took no active part In the road construction of the country. To day about one-half of all roads under construction are being aided financial ly by the federal government, and the construction is subject to inspection and approval of federal engineers. APPROVE HIGHWAY PROJECTS According to Announcement of Bu reau Every Type of Construction Is Represented. Ninety-three road construction proj ects in 2S states were approved foi federal aid during October by the du reau of public roads, United States Department of Agriculture, according to a compilation just made public. Virtually every type of construction is represented in the approved projects. The states In which these projects were approved and the number of Drolects approved In each state fol low: Alabama, 3; Arkansas, 3; Cali fornia, 2; Colorado, 1; Florida, 1; Idaho. 1: Kansas. 8: Maryland, a; Massachusetts, 2; Minnesota, 15; Mis sissippi, 6; Missouri, 4; Montana, 1; Nebraska, 2 ; Nevada, 1 ; New Mexico, 2; North Dakota, 2; Ohio, 2; Okla homa, 1; Pennsylvania, 5; South Carolina. 5: South Dakota, 1: Texas, 3; Utah, 1; Virginia, 12; Washington, 1; Wisconsin, 2, and Wyoming, 1. The longest single stretch of roadway approved in one project during the month was an earth road In Calhoun county, Mississippi, 35.3 miles Jong; the shortest, 0.9 mile, was a brick road In Stark county, Ohio. GOOD USE FOR SUBSTITUTES Gravel and Macadam Can Be Em ployed Until More Durable Type of Road Is Built. It will reoulre several years for the United States to carry out the plans for a comnrehensive system of hard- surfaced highways. Until such time as the main highways can be built of the durable type, gravel and macadam niiiv be used as substitutes, but what the whole country wants and demands ore real honest-to-goodness good roads. One of Largest Industries. Road building in the United States is one of the nation's largest indus tries, a million men being employed last year throughout the construction season at building or repairing the country's highways. Asphalt Streets in Majority. Virtually 61 per cent of all the mu nicipal streets in the United States have an asphalt top. As a consequence of heavy truck traffic many of these streets are beginning to show serious evidences of disintegration. Means to Lessen Accidents. As a means to lessen automobile ac cidents, the bureau of public roads. United States Department of Agricul ture, urges the standardization of all danger signs along the American road ways. Money for More Roads. Conservative estimates place the total expenditure for paving streets and highways of the United States In 1922 at more than a billion dollars. Slightly more than half of this amount will be expanded on rural highways. : SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There U only one medicine that really stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing; vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi um and large. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. To Himself. "What would you say if you saw your daughter sitting before a mirror and plucking her eyebrows?" "I'd probably say a great deal." re plied the subdued parent of a flapper. "Indeed?" "Yes, but it would be in the form of a soliloquy." Birmingham Age Ilerald. Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp. On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and itching with Cuticura Oint ment. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Advertisement. Men's right are conserved fairly well ; it is their privileges that are taken away from them. He who makes it his law to do what he likes will not always like what he has done. hv . 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