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5VYS OF MENDING
RENT3 SHOULD BE ATTENDED TO . AT ONCE, Time 8aved and a Better Job Dona Iff Delay In Neceeeary Work la Avoided Pressing of Darns When Finished. ' , , Rents will look much better when mended if they are attended to at .once, because the longer they are left the. more ragged the edge becomes. - Lay the garment right side down . and pat the edges of the rent as close together as possible; cut a piece of tissue rather larger than the . space that Is torn and lay on the top. , Take a piece of thin woolen mate rial the same size as the tissue and m near the color of the cloth as possible; lay that on top of the tissue and when .placed exactly In the right position iron with a hot iron until the patch adheres to the garment The heat wlJl cause the tissue to dissolve, forming kind of glue. , If the material Is of light weight goods it will be best to use a patch of the same, but if the material is heavy, such aa is used in men's suits or coats, a lighter patch will be much better. A clean cut in heavy material may be. mended by putting the two edges firmly together and basting them to a piece of paper on the right side. This .work Is done between the cloth. Take a thread and insert the needle about three-eighths of an inch ' from the edge and carry it between the cloth to about half an inch the other side of the cut and draw the thread through; put the needle in where It came out and carry it to the other Bide about one-half an inch beyond the edge in a slightly slanting position. Continue to do this until the whole cut is darned. Be careful not to pull too tight Darn It in the same way in the opposite direction. It is difficult to use this method of mending if the edges are the least bit .frayed, and on thin materials it must be done with the greatest care, using the finest needle and thread possible. All darns should be pressed when finished. To do this lay the right side ' down on an Ironing board aud on the wrong side lay a damp cloth and press . with a hot iron until perfectly dry. Baked Celery with Cheese. Three cupfuls celery, cut Into Inch pieces, one cup-ful stale bread crumbs, three-quarters of a cupful grated cheese, one-half cupful milk, two ta blespconfuls of butter, one table spoonful flour. Cook the celery in boiling salted water until tender, drain thoroughly and set aside half a cupful of the liquid. Melt one table spoonful of butter, add the flour, and mix smooth, turn in the milk and the half cupful of celery liquid. Bring to a boll and cook three min utes, stirring constantly; add hulf a cupful of the cheese, stir until it melts, then mix in the celery, adding salt paprika, or cayenne. Melt the remaining tablespoonful of butter and moisten the bread crumbs with It Put the celery and crumbs into a mak ing dish in alternate layers, hating the last layer crust, and sprinkle the remainder of the cheese over the top. Bake on the upper rack of the ven until a medium brown, and serve hot Ham Pie. Cover the sides and bottom of a dish with a good paste rolled out thin. Have ready some slices of cold boil ed ham (about half an inch thick) some eggs boiled bard and sliced and a large young fowl cleaned and cut up, put a layer of ham at the bot tom, then "the fowl, then the eggs, next another layer of ham. Sprinkle pepper over and pour In some water or better some veal gravy, Cover the pie with cmst, and bake. The addition of mushrooms is a great Improvement Peach Shortcake. Sift together a pint and a half of flour, two tablespoonfuls of sugar (less It preferred), two teaspoonfuls of salt Rub In with the tjps of the fingers two tablespoonfuls of butter, then add one beaten egg and milk to make a soft dough. Cut out like bis cuit and bake in aqulck oven. When baked split in two, spread lightly with butter and fill with the sweetened peaches from a quart can and whipped cream, a layer of peaches first and cream on top. : Pretty Fashions. The short cap sleeves that ate to be 'worn on Jumper waists and eton Jack eta this spring may be slashed and fastened across with tiny black velvet bows,, and the Jacket fronts held to gether the same way. A becoming dog collar to wear with an evening gown Is made of ; six strands of very narrow black velvet ribbon, featherboned, and decorated with tiny Jet buckles. .The fastening Is at the back, under a row of little bows or buckles. Glazed 8weet Potatoes.' -' . " Select medium, sized sweet potatoes, boll until done, take out and cool, re move skin. Have an egg beaten with a dash of salt and pepper, cut potatoes In half . lengthwise, dip In the egg, . dust with granulated sugar, arrange in a generously buttered pan, put In oven and bake until brown. Servo hot A' Cure for Corns. Solvine la good, and you' can get It made up by your chemist Really, -though, the best way. to cure corns is tok remove the pressure which aae them. Get your shoemakr to stf$.cb your shoes on' his last put 41ng on an extr piece of leather m oere ftraare the corn comes. CLAIMS TO CURE ALL ILLS. Scotch Minister Announces Discovery of Remarkable Germicide. iA claim of an astounding natuae Is put forward by a minister whose field ef work lies within the bounds of the city of Glasgow, Scotland. He has dis covered a germicide by the application of whloh he can cure every kind of in fectious, loathsome, and incurable dis ease, even when considered, humanly speaking, hopeless. He has demon strated to his own satisfaction that hospitals for Infectious diseases are quite unnecessary, and that surgical operations except on the battlefield or In railway or other accidents, are total ly uncalled for. No operation Is need ed, according to him, for appendicitis, for example, as it can be perfectly well cured by the germicide. The dis coverer of the germicide has published a list of the names of 50 patients, with their addresses, whom he says he has cured, or is in process of curing, even in some cases, after they had received their "death warrant" from medical practitioners. ' DURING THIS MONTH. Excellent Advice Which Our Readers Will Benefit By. Now is the time to get the rheu matic poisons and foul acids from the blood and system, etates an eminent authority, who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble are caused by the blood, which often becomes sour from excessive acids, and also tells what to do to make it pure and healthy. Get from any good prescription phar macy one-half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kar gon, three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla. Mix by shaking In a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime. Just try this simple blood cleaner and tonlo at the first sign of Rheu matism, or if your back aches or you feel that the Kidneys are not acting right Any one can easily prepare this mixture at home. Varnish Secret Lost. The Cremona varnish disappeared about 1760, and so far the recipe has not been rediscovered. Whether It was a gum or an oil or a distillation from some plant or a chemical is not known, nor how it was mixed. Many theories regarding it have been ad vanced from time to time, and Dod, who died in 1830, claimed to have rediscovered it He employed others to nuke his violins, but always var Blshew them himself. His varnish is very superior, and his violins com mand high prices. The varnishing and polishing of a violin are done usually by a woman. It requires time and practice, for the finest Instruments are gone over as often as 30 times. March Circle. New Danger for Burglars. A phonographic device that will call the police by telephone adds a new hazard to the dangers of the burglar's profession. When an attempt is made to force a window or door with which the proper connections have been made an electric current operates a fhonograph in the garret The ma chine calls up central and asks for the police station. The phonograph then Informs the officers of the rob bery, giving street and number, and re peats this information as long as the receiver 13 down. Meantime, the in truder, all unconscious that an alarm has been rung In, virtually walks into a trap, and if the call Is promptly re sponded to Is soon In the lockup. Statesman's Simple Life. Ilerr Bebel, perhahs the most im presBive orator in the German relchs tag, usually speaks without notes of any kind, thinking as he goes. Not even well off, he leads the simplest of lives, shunning society and finding hie chief recreation in the cultivation of flowers. He told an interviewer once that when he wants to get ready for a speech he goes into his little garden and trims the rose trees. GOOD NATURED AGAIN. Good Humor Returns with Change to Proper Food. Tor many years I was a constant sufferer from indigestion and nervous nees amounting almost to prostration," writes a Montana man. "My blood was impoverished, the vision was blurred and weak, . with moving spots before my eyes. This was a steady dally condition. I grew ill-tempered, and eventually got so nervous I could not keep my books posted, nor handle accounts satisfac torily. I can't describe my sufferings. "Nothing I ate agreed with me, till one day I happened to notice Grape Nuts in a grocery store and bought a package, out of curlOBlty to know what it was. "I liked the food from the very first eating it with cream, and now I buy It by the case and use it dally. soon found that Grape-Nuts food was supplying brain and nerve force as nothing in the drug line ever had done or could do. ' '' ; "It wasn't long before I waa re stored to health, comfort and happl nessY Through the use of Grape-Nuts food my digestion had been Testored, my nerves are steady once more, my eyesight Is good again, my mental fac ulties are clear and acute, and I have become so ,J good-natured that my friends are truly astonished at the change. ' I feel younger and better than I have for 20 years. No amount of money would induce me to surren der what J have gained through tie use of Grape-Nuta food. Name r by Postum Co., 'Battle Creek, L "There's a reason." Read the. lltl. book, "The road to WelMUV tapka, OVER 11,000 A YEAR AND "LIVING." That Is the 8tory of a Michigan Farm er Who Lives In Western Canada. Olds, Alberta, Dec. 10. 1906 Mr. M. V. Mclnnes, Detroit Michigan: Dear Sir and Friend It will be four years next May since I came to Olds, and have lived here ever since. Since I came here wheat has run from 25 to 45 bu. per acre, oats from 65 tolls, that I know of. I raised that last year, 115 bu. to the acre of the finest oats I ever saw, and oats that I sowed 31st day of May this year went 72 Vs to the acre and weigh ed 41 lbs. to the bushel. My barley went 40 bu. last year and 50 this year, and was not sown until the latter part of May. I had 3 acres of potatoes this year and sold 700 bushels and put 275 bu. in the cellar, and no bugs to pick. We have a fine Government Cream ery at Olds. Our cows made S41 per head and I didn't feed any grain; only prairie hay, so you see we are do ing well. We have the patent for our homestead now and am very thankful that we came , to Alberta. We have made a little over $1,000 each year besides making our living. I would not go back to Michigan to live for anything. If I had my choice of a ticket to Olds or a 40-acre farm In Michigan I would take the ticket and In two years I could buy any of them 40-acre farms. This is the coun try for a poor man, as well as a man with, money. I will close, thanking you for our prosperity, I remain yours truly, (Signed) OTTO YETTING, Olds, Alberta, Canada. Box 159. Information as to how to secure low rates to the free grant lands of Western Canada can bo secured of any Canadian Government agents. FOUND HE COULD MAKE TIME. One Call for Physician That Met with Quick Response. . Life is such a constant rush to a well-known physician that to secure a little recreation he has recourse to ruses. A visitor called one night, and began a speech to the servant: "I want the doctor to come over as qulekly as he can." He can't do Itl" the servant an swered. "He left orders that be was so busy that unless it was absolutely a matter of life and death he couldn't go out at all this evening." "But" "aid the caller, "it isn't Ill ness at all." What then?" "We want him to come over and take a hand in a game of whist" "Oh, that's different" The servant disappeared, and reap peared a moment later. "The doctor says hell be over In ten Dilutes, sir," he announced. Low One-Way Rates. Every day to April 30th, 1907, the Union Pacific will sell One-Way Colon ist tickets from Chicago, at the follow ing rates: ' $30.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. $30.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena, $30.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee, Washington. $33.00 to Everett, Fairhaven, What com, Vancouver and Victoria, via Huntington and Spokane. $33.00 to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington and Portland or via Huntington and Spokane. $33.00 to Portland and, Astoria, or Ashland, Roseberg, Eugene Al bany and Salem, via Portland. $33.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Correspondingly low rates to many other California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Utah, and Idaho points. For full information call on or address W. G. Nelmyer, G. A., 120 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. . Nervy Reggie. "Look here, young man," thundered the old gentleman as he came down the stairway three steps at a leap, "Didn't I tell you if ever I caught you around here again I would play foot- ball with you?" "Te, elr, I think you did," replied the calm youth. 1 "And yet you have the cheek to call again?" , "Oh, yes, sir. Tou see football is now out of season." $100 Reward, $100. Toe reader of this paper wlU be pleased to tears that there I t lent oh draaded dlaeae that Mlanee baa been able to cor la all it US, ea that U Catarrh. Bell' Catarrh Cor I th only poeltiv car nuw kawi to tu medical fraternity. Oaterra twins a euoatltiitiuaal dlataaa, require aaniilto u..ni tm.tmanL Haifa Catarrh Car U takea la- teraelly, as tin c directly upon tha blood aad urfaoe ot toe iriUffl, thereby destreflas tha f.iunaatlon it tha HluiH. and Blvlna tha aatlaat ireoxib by building; op tba eonatliuiioa aad aaalit Ins aature la doing It worfc. Tba proprietor bT u much faith la It curative power that they of ar One Hundred Dollar for any eat that It fall to cure. Bead for lint of testimonial. Address F. J. CUKNEY CO., Toledo, O. Bold br all DragaUts, 75c. Tax BaU'a Family Fill (or constipation. Lenthy Warrant The warrant for a town meeting at Claremont, N. IL. la over five feet long and contains 41 articles. People appreciate the delicate taste and natural action of Garfield Tea, 'the mild herb laxative. Best for liver, kidneys and bowels. Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law. Even a blind man can find trouble without much difficulty. ' Smokers appreciate the quality value of Lewis' Single Binder cigar. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria; HI. , To be weak is often. In the) end; to be wicked. Holme Lee. Tr-:Tn::r.ir;:::Yn t tALL INVENTKXa well aa kvl tor fro I U OO. M Ittk rS Mnrtoa, I, U. re Cto- -, Lwreutad aad DeeroiC a m.atiad 1 . Sn4 far fro hookl-a. JC3 MTZrr.K) FEZ ft K2 IZZT.ZZi MAN OF DELICATE NERVES Rosenthal, the Pianist, Made Much . Trouble In Hotel. ' Rosenthal, the pianist 1 one ot those entitled to have his crankiness termed "the eccentricities of genius," says the San Francisco Chronicle. When be inspected his rooms at the Majestic upon his arrival very late the other night he went softly to the ad Joining doors, and placing his ears close to the cracks, exclaimed in broken English, "Zgodd, no sounds pass thees." After nodding his ap proval of the grand piaao and the fur niture he frowned at the tan-colored window shades. "Must be green." He was assured that a change would be made especially for him the next day. At five o'clock In the morning Ros enthal, clad only in his pajamas, came scurrying excitedly down stairs and Into the office, where the drowsy night clerk was nodding at the desk. "Ze street cars! Noise! Mufat stopped! Nervous - me! I cannot sleep." The clerk hurriedly sent for Mana ger Gustav Mann, and Mann spent two hours telling Rosenthal fuuny stories in German trying to divert his mind while the clerk was upstairs squaring the mangement for waking a guest on the 'Gough street side and ordering hint to move at once to the Sutter street side as a gas pipe had burst under the floor and had to be re paired! Cupid ensnares with silken hairs. MRS. A. M. HAQERMANN Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from simple native roots and herbs. For more than thirty years it has been helping wosaen to be strong, regulating the functions per fectly and overooBtiag pain. It has also proved itself invaluable in pre paring for oblld-Mrth aad the Change of Life. I Mrs. A. M. Hagermaan, of Bay Shore, L. I., writes Dear Mrs. Pinkhamt "I suffered from a displacement, excessive and painful functions so that I had to lie down or sit still most of the time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman so that I am able to attend to my duties. I wish every suffering woman would try Lydia S. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief it wm give these." Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write Mrv Ftakham. at Lynn, Mass. for advice She is the Mrs. Pinkham who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia E. Pink ham in advising. Therefore She is especially well qualified to guide afolr wnmon Via Mr tit YiAaltJi. W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 AND 53.50 SHOZS THJ? WORLD W. L DOUGLAS $4.00 BUT EDGE 8HSE8 CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRIOESl Men's Shooa, 8W ta 9l.HO. Hay' Ktaoea, S3 to 1.8. Women' RhoM. SVe to ai.SO. M !' A Children's Bhoea. ati.SS to SUjOO. W. L. Douglas shoes are recognized by expert judges ot footwear1 to be the best in style, fit and wear produced in this country. Each part oi the snoe and every estaii ox tne mating is tooaea alter and watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to time or cost. If I could take you into my larce factories at! Brockton. Mass.. aad show vou how carefully V. L. Douglas! shoes are ma4e, yeu would thea understand why they hold their shape, fit better. wear longer, and are oi greater vaiue man W. I Inlaa name and prli-a I etampl on the prior and Infrnnr inuM. ! n s Kuueutat. hoiu ny tn pril i fail tewr t-vvtu una xcianiv. vwomv mmita rALL-STOFJE CURE. N1" WBfafSes. WVIIaal Btone la tb Eldner. 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They repment ae plasiouibt tbeexoeiienoaof tba oldeombioed 7ilb la proer alrP of lb new. tila i:;7Vitc::t.1 Record for S3 Ti urrrsi irrrra et, m ft , acaa. ai. fNffl r""T1 f'' " cntlTted. irritated V III Uvrflti W-Ataa California rnkf a I 'd ir'-oi Toil i half lb prooeeda. ! mJtt, UaaUasiee !&. lo Aaselea, CaU. U hniiinlil. OV tV II PE-RU-NA A MEDICAL COMPOUND In any medical compound at much depend! upon the manner In which it Is compounded ai upon the Ingredient used. First, there must be a due proportion pharmacopeia has its special action. To that have slightly different action, tne comoinauon must oe maae wiw iin reference to the uee for which the compound le intended. The drugs-may be well selected as to their efficacy, but the compound ENTIRELY SPOILED BY THE PROPORTION in which they are combined. , It takes years and years of experience to discover this proportion. There) ie no law of chemistry, of pharmacy, by which the exact balance of proportion can be determined. EXPERIENCE 13 THE ONLY GUIDE. In compounding a catarrh remedy Dr. Hartman has had many years', ex perience. In the use of the various ingredients which compose the catarrh remedy, Peruna, he has learned, little by little, how to barmonlxe the action of each ingredient, how to combine them into a stable compound, bow to arrange them into ouch nice proportions as to blend the taste, the operation and the chemical peculiarities of each several ingredient in order to produce a pharma ceutical product beyond the criticism of doctors, pharmacists or chemists. v WE REPEAT, THAT AS MUCH DEPENDS ON THE WAY IN WHICH THE DRUGS ARE COMBINED AS DEPENDS UPON THE DRUGS THEM SELVES. The compound must present a stability which is not affected by changes of temperature, not affected by exposure to the air, not affected by age. It must be so combined that it will remain just the same whether used in the logging or mining camps of the northwest or the coffee plantations of the tropics. A complete list of the Ingredients of Peruna would not enable any druggist or physician to reproduce Peruna. It is the skill and sagacity by which these ingredients are brought together that -ive Peruna much of its peculiar claims as an efficacious catarrh remedy. However much virtue each ingredient of Peruna may possess, the value of the compound depends largely upon the manner and proportion in which they . are combined. The right ingredients, put together rightly, is the only way a medical compound can be made of real value. A. N. K-A (190713) 2171. ALL WOMEN 1 SUFFER I from the same physical disturbances, and the nature of their duties, in many cases, quickly drift them Into the horrors of all kinds of female complaints, organic troubles, ulcera tion, falling1 and displacements, or perhaps irregularity or suppression causing backache, nervousness, ir ritability, and sleeplessness. 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