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COOKED IN NEW WAYS
THREE GOOD RECIPES FOR PREP.
ARATION OF CHICKEN.
Will Be Found Pleasant Change From
the Generally Accepted Methods
Most Delicious Served With As
paragus Special Stew.
Chicken, Waldorf Stylo. Doll a
chicken until it is tender; tnko It
from tho lire and removo all white
meat, which cut into small dlco-shaped
pieces, adding two truffles, cut in the
came way. Put the mixture into a
Eaucepan with a pint of fresh thick
cream, season with salt and pepper
and allow to boil for twelve mlnutca,
then thicken with two raw egg yolks
diluted in two large spoonfuls of Ma
deira wine. Stir this thoroughly in
with tho chicken, also two ounces of
fresh batter added in Bmall bits, and
mingle without letting It boll again,
Chicken, Asparagus. Cut a chicken
Into quarters and put into a saucepan
with a little butter to fry. When It
begins to Bteam dust over with a little
flour and fry to a pale brown, now
sprinkling over a tcaspoonful of
chopped parsley and a little ' salt.
Take a couple bunches of asparagus,
break off the tender parts, wash them
well in salted water, boll slightly In
more salt water, and drain. Put a
lump of butter and one tablespoonful
of cream into a Baucepan over a slow
fire, placo half the asparagus on top,
dust with pepper, and then arrange"
the pieces of chicken over it; cover
with the remainder of tho asparagus
and put a few pieces of butter on top.
Pour oqt all one breakfast cupful of
cream and stew gently till done. Turn
the whole out into a dish, garnish with
croutons of fried bread and Bervo.
Stewed Chicken, Matelote. Singe a
fowl, draw and cut Into pieces, rub
with butter, and flour and brown in
an oven. Put four tablespoonfuls of
butter into a frying pan and in It fry
a carrot, a parsnip and an onion, all
cut In pieces. Placo tho fowl In a
Etewpan with the vegetables and one
quart of white stock. In the butter in
which tho vegetables were fried,
brown two tablespoonfuls of flour,
and stir this in with tho fowl. Mash
the liver, cooked separately, and Btir
In with the fowl also, along with a
tablespoonful of capers and salt and
pepper. Simmer slowly for three
quarters of an hour, add a quarter of
a pound of mushrooms cut into small
pieces and simmer for a quarter of an
hour longer. Servo garnished with
How to Cook Lamb Kidneys.
When you buy lamb kidneys have
tho butcher leave all the fat on them.
Wash them and put in a baking pan
with a little salt and pepper and bake
about one-half hour in a good hot
JuBt befoiq serving, cut open the fat
carefully and removo the kidney; and
I hope you will enjoy them, as my
folks do. Cooked this way they lose
all the Btrong flavor that they usually
Dents on Furniture.
When furniture becomes dented, tho
following is very good: First damp
en tho marked part with water, then
cover with soveral thicknesses of wet
brown paper and then hold a hot iron
close to tho paper, not actually touch
ing, until all tho moisture is absorb
ed. This quite effectively removes all
dents and gives very good results.
Ham a La Venison.
This is a dainty for Sunday night
suppers: Put one tablespoon butter
and one tablespoon currant Jelly In
a frying pan over a rather slow fire.
When melted, lay in Borne slices of
cooked ham, and fry each side until
almost ready to burn. Removo to
a hot platter and garnish with pars
ley. Cherry Puffs.
, One-half cup butter, one cup sugar,
two eggs, ono cup sweet milk, two
cups flour, two tablespoonfuls baking
powder, stewed cherries.
Cream, butter and sugar, add eggs,
and flour, and baking powder alter
nately with milk. Butter small china
baking cups, add tcaspoonful cherries,
then batter, then more cherries, and
have cups two-thirds full, with batter
on top. Place cupB In pan of water,
and bake In oven twenty minutes.
Serve with hot', foamy sauce, or cher
Roast Beef and Nut Hash.
Hash in Pastry Ramekins Chop re
mains of cold roast beef fine; season
to taste, add minced onion, cook slow
ly (adding little water or milk) until
mixture thickens. Have ready baked
individual pastry shapes; All these
with hash, dot with butter Stand In
oven until browned. Serve hot.
Nut Hash. Mix thoroughly one cup
chopped walnuts and peanuts mixed
ono cup bread crumbs and one cup
nicely seasoned hot mashed potatoes
Add milk to moisten. Prown in oven.
Serve with cream or tomato eauco.
She Waa So III Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink
Pentwatcr, Mich. "A year ago I was
very weak and tho doctor Bald I had a
ment. I had back
acho and bearing
down pains bo bad
that I could not Bit
in a chair or walk
across tho floor and
I was in Bcvcro pain
nil tho time I felt
discouraged aa I had
taken everything I
could think of, and
was no better. I
began taking Lydia E. Finkham'a Veg
etable Compound and now I am Btrong
and healthy." Mrs. Alice Darling,
R.F.D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwatcr, Mich.
Peoria, 111. "I had such backaches
that I could hardly stand on my feet. I
would feel like crying qjit lota of times,
and had such a heavy feeling in my right
Bide. I had Buch terriblo dull headaches
every day and they would make mo feel
bo drowsy and sleepy all tho timo, yet I
could not sleep at night.
"After I had taken Lydia E. Pink ham 'a
Vcgetablo Compound a week I began to
improve. My backache was less and
that heavy feeling in my Bido went
nway, I continued to tako tho Com
pound and am cured.
"You may publish this if you wish."
Miss Clara L. Gauwitz, R.R. No. 4,
Box G2, Peoria, 111.
Such letters prove tho value of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound for
woman's ills. Why don't you try it?
PROVERBS BROUGHT TO DATE
Unlike Those Generally Known, But
Containing a Great Deal of
A man with small feet hldeth them
not, and she whoso hands are well
formed dellghteth to play chess.
Why doth tho virgin rejoice? Why
readeth she her love letters to her
sisterB? Behold, there is a compli
ment therein, and It shall not be con
cealed. Enthusiastic is women's praise of
a passable damsel; yea, they lift up
their voice continually, saying, Lo, she
hath fine eyes. But when she who
dazzlcth men's sight npproacheth, be
hold their tongues are hushed, they
whisper one to another In their con
fusion, confessing her comeliness.
As a man with his first automobile,
bo Is an old wife with a young hus
band; she is fond, yet foarful.
The shop damsel extolleth her
wares, saying, Lo, I myself wear thiB
kind. And the customer Bmlleth bit
terly, and turneth away.
To a clever woman, a man without
audacity is a weariness to the spirit;
and as for the timid ono who obeyoth
her, lo, she sendeth him upon errands.
Gelett Burgess in American Maga
zine. Profiting by Superstition.
After having sat on many juries the
observant man Is of tho opinion that
tho whole human race is still strongly
tarred with tho brush of superstition
"I am confirmed In that belief by
tho amount of damages invariably
voted to plaintiffs, whose Injuries
Btnack of superstitious origin," he
said. "If a load of bricks should fall
from a fifth story window on to tho
head of a man who happened to bo
walking under a ladder he would get
twice as much damages as if the lad
der were not there. Tho element of
bad luck that attaches to a ladder
would insensibly influence every
juror, and the sum awarded would re
flect their prejudices and sympathies."
"At Home" Days.
Edith and Jack were at a loss for
"Let's play at being 'at home' and
havo 'a day,' " said Edith.
"'A day'?" asked Jack. "What does
"Why, don't you know?" said Edith
wisely. "All fashionable people have
'days.' God'B day Is Sunday and moth
er's la Tuesday."
"Two are company."
"Yes, until they aro made ono.1
Tho people who have money enough
do not sem to know It.
COULDN'T BE TOO CAREFUL
Modern Method by Which Prudent
Father Guards His Daughter's
"Your habits nro good?"
Tho promlnont milllonalro looked
keenly at tho younc man who had ap
plied for tho hand of hlB daughter.
"Yes, Bir," camo tho firm reply. "1
rarely play brldgo after midnight,
never gamble in Wall Btreot, and niako
a point of Btaylng homo at least ono
night a week."
"Have you a good disposition?"
"FIno. I can llvo with my sister for
hours at a time."
"You nro In good health?"
"You lovo my daughter?"
"What are your assetB?"
Tho young man handed him a paper
on which appeared a list of his prop
erties. Tho prominent millionaire
looked it over carefully.
"You are prepared to corroborate
Tho prominent milllonalro reached
forward and shook hands cordially.
"My dear boy," ho said. "I am per
fectly satisfied and only hope you will
pardon mo for being so particular. But
you see, I want to bo quite sure that
when you have married my little girl,
after her divorce, you will bo able to
support her In tho same style in which
Ehe is now living with her present
The Main Question.
"J. Plerpont Morgan," Bald a clergy
man, "hatted the dissension that some
times springs up between high church
rind low. Apropos of all such reli
gious dissension, he used to tell a
Btory about a wIbo old colored man,
" 'Cal,' a gentleman onco inquired,
'what denomination do you belong to?
I think I see you sometimes making
for the chapel, but don't you think
you'd do better to come to us?'
" 'Bress yo' heart, sonny,' chuckled
old Calhoun Clay, 'hit's dis-a-way.
Dar's free roads leadln' from hero to
Nola Chucky. Dar's a Btraight road,
but hit's hilly, and dnr'B a level road
to do right, and dar's a level road
to de left. But when Ah goes to Nola
Chucky wlf a load o' grain, do you
think they askB me, "Uncle Cal, what
road you como by?" No, sah! What
they aBks 1b, 'Undo, Is yoh wheat
"I Bee the cake quite plainly," Bald
the guest at tho restaurant table
d'hote, as tho waiter brought him
Btrawberry shortcake for dessert, "but
there's ono thing I'd llko to know."
"Yes, sir?" replied the waiter in a
tone of respectful inquiry. "What Is
"Merely this, what does tho straw
No Use Looking Within.
"Is Dobblltz introspective?"
"Of course not. There Is nothing to
see in a vacuum."
"Haw did ho work his wonderful
"With both handB."
THAT INFANTS are peculiarly eusceptiblo to opium and its various
preparations, all of which nro narcotic, ia well known. Even in tho
emallcst doses, if continued, theso opiates causo changes in the func
tions and growth of tho cells which are likely to become permanent, causing
imbecility, mental perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later lifo.
Nervous diseases, Buch aa intractablo nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying
powers aro a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet
in their infancy. Tho rulo among physicians ia that children should nover
receivo opiates in tho smallest dosea for moro than a day at a timo, and
only then if unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops. Cordials, Soothing Syrups and
othor narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly
decried, and tho druggist Bhould not be a party to it. Children who nro ill
need tho attention of a physician, and it ia nothing leas than a crimo to
doso them willfully with narcotics.
Cufltoria contains no narcotics if
signature of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Geuuino Cnstoria always bears tho
But She Hadn't.
"What's the matter, old chap? You
look aa If you hadn't had a wink of
Bleep all night."
"I haven't. You see, my wifo threat
ened never to speak to me again it
I didn't come home last night before
ton o'clock, nnd I didn't."
"I Bee; you're finding out tho lone
Bomeness of solicitude because she
kopt her word, oh?"
"Not by a Jugful. I wish she had."
Wanted to Keep Her.
"She cost her father two thousand a
year for clothes alone."
"I don't believe It."
"Ho would not let mo marry her."
ooau8oxinoM ugiy, grizzly, gray hair, use "UK
Last Civil War Veteran.
I waB Informed by tho United States
pension ofllco that tho lrBt soldier or
tho Civil war will dlo In 1955. Thnt
is tho estimate- mado by thoso who
ranko a study of vital statistics. It
tho last veteran survives until that
dato ho will have lived 90 years aft
er tho surrender of Leo.
Kronk, who died a couplo of yenrs
ago In Now York state, was tho laBt
Boldicr of tho War of 1812, and ho
lived considerably moro than 90 years
after peaco had been signed. Bnko
mnn, tho last Boldior of tho Revolu
tion lived for 8G years after tho
peaco of 1783.
Hero 15 hoping that somo man who
wore tho blue or grny may fool the
pension olllco and round out a full
century after Appomattox! Philadel
ECZEMA ON CHILD'S FACE
R. F. D. No. 5, Lexington, Tonn.
"My littlo boy broko out on tho faco
with that terriblo dlseaso, eczema,
when ho wns Just ono month old, and
I Just thought Euro It would kill him,
as It killed our other baby at llvo
months old. It would break out In
pimples nnd scab over, and ho cried t
day and night. I thought thnt thero
wns no euro for him at nil. Ills faco
would Itch and burn so bad that I had
to tie his little hands down so ho could
not scratch his faco.
"Wo began at onco to have him
treated until ho wns soven months old
and ho got worso all tho timo. I son!
and got a box of Cutlcura Ointment
and ono cako of Cutlcura Soap. I bad
not used them a week until I could
see a great change, nnd they cured
him sound and well nnd never loft a
single scar." (Signed) Mrs. Lllllo
Sikes, Feb. 17, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment Bold
throughout tho world. Samplo or each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. AddresB
post-card "Cutlcura Dcpt. L, Boston."
During the Family Grouch.
Mr. Snapperly (reading). Man com
mlts Butcido by jumping off ferry
boat. Mtb. Snapperly Just llko a man'
Why didn't he Jump off a. dock and
save 2 cents? Puck.
Tho Venus of Milo explained.
"I wns trying to make myself into a
cubist effect," she Bald.
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No Work forHlm.
Bill I hear Gill Is loo'king for work'
Jill No, he's not. lie's try to get
a political job
Bed Cross Ball Bluo gives doublo value for
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Don't put jour money Into any other. Adv.
The end man In a minstrel show ran
tell a Joke as well as the next man.
A self-satisfied man is merely a case
of arrested development.
Smokers like LEWIS' Simile Binoc clear
for it's rich mellow quality. Adv.
Advice that is not wanted Bhould be
OREOUS" HAIR DRESSINQ. PRICE, $1.00, retail.
"I'd llko to get that son of mine to
spndc up tho yard."
"Woll, why don't you direct him to
"I don't know If I havo a right to
without consulting his Scout commissioner."
Tho lovo wo misB for a while wo
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