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"What mnkcs you think Jones In on
hla feet again In the factory?"
"I noticed ho had bo many hands."
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
tipation. Constipation is the cauio of
many diseases. Cure the causo and you
euro the disease. Easy to take.
"Made any mistakes In tho now year
"Well. I'm still writing In 1011."
rit.es ctmnn in o to days
YonnlruKitltt will ruluna inonr)' If I' AIM) OINT
MENT falls to cure any. case of Itching, illind,
bleeding or Protruding
Some cheerful givers mako a spe
cialty of hnndlng out lemons.
Why will you
bowels or in-
will make you well
and keep you so.
Try a bottle today.
Cut out cathartics and purgatives. They are
prutai, narsn, unnecessary, tr,
Purely vegetable. A
gently on the liver,
eliminate bile, ana
soothe the dcllca:
membrane of the,
ache tnd fallicitloa, ci millions know.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
About the size of your shoes, you can -wear a
else smaller by shaking Allen's Foot-Ease, the
antiseptic powder, luto them. JusttkethlnRfot
Dancing Parties nnd for B ranking InNewShoes.
Gives Inatant relief toCorns and Bunions. Sum
pie Free. Address AXlenS;01mBtcu,LeRoy,N.Y
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for reliable and
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GOLD CROWN, $4.00 to $5.00
iPlato or bridge, mado in lday. Kr
.amlnaUon tree. 20 7rs. guarantee.
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WnniofflMcn to learn the
nndcret ready for tho Bprliifr rush.
1 "You. have nothing to risk, satisfae-
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ohodl iln the business. Practical experience
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Bat equipped Deaul Offices in Omaha. Reuouble prion.
Special tlitcount to til people living ouuide oi Omsha.
With its Long Distancecon
ncctions, reaches nearly every
city, town and village, giving
instant communication near or
far, which emergencies as well
as business and social needs
Talking over tho Long Dis
tance Lines of tho Bell System
may bo much less expensivo
than you think. Ask our
nearest agent for information
regarding rates or service
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.
MmmWLtK bbitti r
jO'jfmmimrw noil to
ft I iTIlS'I J
HOUQHTS nro rent forccs-ltv- H W
HOUOHT8 nro real forccs-ltv-InR
messengers of power. Love
thoughts, even when brought to bear
upon our pnlns and trlnls, transform them
.and make them cducutlonnl.
DISHES FOR PAPER BAG COOK
ERY. Hitherto tho vegetables of tho ordl
nnry cook hnve been a byword for
nil that Is "flat, stale and unprofita
ble," nnd so they havo been robbed
of tho prestlgo which their food value
Tho mineral nintter, Baits and fla
vors nro boiled out in tho water and
thrown awny, tho valuable constitu
ents which nro so necessary In tho
Now In cooking vegetables In bags
nothing Is lost,
Tho cooking Is easier, no odor to
penetrate the house, and tho result Is
a tasty, well-flavored dish. As tho
evaporation Is less In tho closely con
fined bag, It Is not necessary to add
aa much water when cooking.
A pint of greon peas and a cup of
water with a head of lettuce, a tea
spoonful of sugar and two tablespoon
fuls of butter; mix together and place
In a bag and cook for thirty minutes
In a moderate oven.
To Cook asparagus, tlo up and put
into a greased bng with a quarter of
a cup pf water; cook for forty min
utes In a hot oven.
Onions cooked with a very llttlo
water, or nono at all, -and a cup of
milk added to cook them In, season
ing of salt and pepper and cook forty
minutes on a hot oven.
1 Potatoes, peel, halvo and put suffi
cient for tho family into a bng with a
few tablespoonfuls of water, a leaf
of mint and a llttlo salt. Cook from
thirty to forty minutes.
Spinach is washed and put Into the
bag without further water for cook
ing. Cook thirty to forty minutes and
placo tho bag in a dish into which
drain off the juice by piercing with
Cutlets. Take a teaspoonful of
salted flour, mix 7.1th it two table
spoonfuls of curry powder, grease a
bag very thoroughly. Havo teady a
few cutlets, dust them with flour, put
into the bag with a tablespoonful of
minced onion and a cup or chicken
stock, which may be made from tho
boneu of a roasted fowl. Fold and
peal the bag and cook for forty-flvo
minutes. Dish up on a hot plntter
and pour tho sauce over he cutlets.
GRINDSTONE that had not
grit In It Ihow long would It
tako 10 biiurpen an ax? And affairs that
hnrt not grit In them, how long would
tlusy .tako rto 'make a man.
H. W. Beecher.
Porte !!h not an aristocratic meat, al
though lit Us the 'basis of an enormous
Industry. Ham and bacon are not
without Ihonor, but there are few cook
"boolts that mention tho cooking oi
fresh -pork, and rarely the preparation
of Bait pork, wvlilch is mainly used
-with "hiked 'bennc. Cold roast pork Is
j .its appetising ns any meat, and makes
a most acceptable salad combined
with celery, ub 'one does in preparing
It Is 'only those who are privileged
to Talso 'and fatten their own pork
who tully enjoy it. Country lire an
country occupations furnish tho right
conditions for eating pork. Sinco the
riso in -the price of pork it has been
regarded -with "greater esteem.
The most Important thing to bo re
membered in tho cooking of pork is
thnt it Should 'bo thoroughly done,
never served rave.
Chopped salt -pork, a cupful, added
to a homely fruit cake using dried
apple and molaBses, makes a cake fit
for any epicure.
Spare ribs with sour kraut' is an
other homely but well-liked dish of
Bacon wrapped around an oyster
and skewered With a toothpick,
then boiled or baked in a hot oven is
another ladyllko dainty.
A stuffed sparerib may bo now to
some. Try, if possible, to buy one
that lias a little meat loft on tho
bones; All with a stuffing well sea
soned with onion or sago and put on
top another spare-lb. Placo In n pan
with a half cup of boiling water and
roast an hour, basting often, The
potatoes may bo peeled and baked
around tho Bparerlb.
Pork In Paper Bag. Cut up cold
roast meat in slices, add a finely
chopped onion, a llttlo tomato catsup
nnd a bay leaf, salt and popper. Put
into a buttered bag and bako on tho
rack in a hot oven for ten minutes.
Servo in tho bag so that tho dish
may bo piping hot
Pork chops to be Juicy and at the
snmo timo well cooked, should be put
to cook in a very llttlo water, letting
it all boll away, then season and
brown as usual.
O THAT which Is assigned you
and you ctttmot hope too much
or uaro too much. Emerson.
Fnmo Is tho scentless sunflower,
. "With tho gaudy crown of gold;
But friendship la tho breathing rose,
With sweets In every fold.
Oliver V. Holmes.
Here are a few savory mouthfuls
to bo served on dlfferont occasions:
Tako a good rich pastry, puff pasto
la tlin linct lint ttin Illnltl will dO
nicely. Cut in three-Inch squares and
put on each somo cooked chicken,
minced olives seasoned with butter
and lemon Juice. Uso only a bit of
tho filling, fold over pnsto, pinch
tight and bako. Tho nice things about
theso "bon bouches" Is thnt so many
different kinds of filling may be used,
almost anything In the moot line.
Ham shaved or chopped nnd mixed
with finely sliced pickle; salmon and
sour cucumber pickles chopped, and
a llttlo lemon Julco or vinegar; roast
mutton minced nnd mixed with cur
For a chango and an appetizing
sandwich filling, scrapo a well-fla
vored apple, mix with French dress
ing which has been mixed with two
tablespoonfuls of olive oil, a dash of
salt and popper nnd a half tablespoon-
ful of lemon Juice; spread on tho but
tered bread. Brown bread Is espe
cially good for this sandwich aud ono
slice may bo spread with cream
cheeso and the other with tho apple.
Pastry left-overs are easily con
verted Into toothsome mouthfuls like
tarts, cheeso straws and cakes to
servo with tea. A delicious llttlo ac
companiment to salad Is prepared by
rolling tho pastry, sprinkling thickly
with grated rich cheese, fold androll
and sprinkle again, then cut in dia
monds and bako. Servo cither hot or
cold with a salad.
Delicious llttlo tartB may bo mado
of tho merest scraps, nnd after ba
king fill with any jolly or Jam that
is at hand.
Pastry bakod around tho wooden
molds and filled with sweetened, fla
vored whipped cream, is another nice
dessert which may bo prepared, all
but tho filling, and kept for several
O BE as good ns our fathers
we imust be better. When somo
one Eent a cracked plato to China to
havo a set made, every piece In tho new
net had a. crack In It.
DINNER IN A PAPER BAG.
For the roast, chooso a rolled one,
season well and rub thickly with salt,
slip into i bag which is largo enough
for tho iToast; grease the bag with
suet, as butter burns more quickly.
A threcpound roast will take about
forty-five minutes to roast. Slldo the
roast 'out on a heated platter, break
the bag gently to allow the gravy to
escape. Reheat tho sravy and brown
with iflour. The one drawback in pa
per bug cookery Is that tho ravy is
never 'the rich brown of ordinary
roasts. The flour to be added may
be hrowned to overcome this (defect,
or "Kitchen bouquet may be added
A tfowl roasted In a fane with a
"bunch of celery or an onion for stuf
fing lis not a dish to be lightly es
toemotl. Grouse a bag and pnrtly All with
small, 'oven-sized onions, ttdd .a little
water 'and cook until tender, the time
depending upon tho size of the 'Onions.
Itomovo tho bag, puncture tho bottom
to let 'the liquor escape, season with
ibuttor and cream or with a white
sauce, aa ono likes.
Potato straws are very attractive
and quickly cooked. Peel the pota
toes ami slice on a vegetablo tutter
Into straws, parboil for Ato minutes,
drain, -add butter, pepper and salt
acd put Into a greased has and bake
for fifteen or twonty minutes. Sorve
around the roast as a garnish. Sweet
potatoes are nice prepared in this
way and -sugar and butter added to
them when put into the bag.
Pies and baked puddings are much
improved in texture if baked in bagn.
Cake to 1o used for puddings, that
is a little stale, may bo freshened
nicely by putting for a few minutes
Into a bag and laying on tho oven
For a email company chops are very
nice cooked in tho individual size and
served piping hot in tho bag to each
guest. Whon our hotels nnd restau
rants take up paper bag cookery In
enrnest we will not bo served with
cold chops or steaks.
Having to explain the statement
that the sun never Bets on the British
empire, a youthful essayist wroto as
follows: "Tho sun sets in tho weBt.
Now the British empire lies In the
north, south and east." Strand.
HOUSEWORK IS A HEAVY BURDEN
Tho woman who "keeps house" lins
tnough to do when sho is in Rood, sound
health, but if she is weak, tired all the
time, nnd suffering from morn to night
with an aching back, house-work becomes
& heavy burden.
Jinny women who wens afflicted In this
way say that Donn's Kidney Pills havo
made lifo easier for them.
Women nro subject to kidney disease.
The clothing they wear, the work they do,
the worry nnd strain of bearing and rear
ing children, the lack of proper exercise;
all tend to it.
Backache, bearing-down pains, headache,
dizzy ppells, fainlness, fits of "blues," nnd
other troubles often thought to bo peculiar
to the sex, are found frequently in kidney
disease. When any ono of these ills nt
pears, together with a discolored condi
tion of the kidney secretions, with passages
too frequent, scanty or burning, just make
up .rour mind thnt your kidneys nro weak,
nnd be quick to help them.
Doan's Kidney Pills hnve helped a great
many weak women through tho trying
times when kidney tliscnso means so much
added misery They do not disturb tho
stomneh or bowels nnd contain no poison
ous, dangerous nor habit-forming drugs.
Doan's are harmless for children too.
"Yes, she hnd to glvo up her part"
"Was it a caso of overstudy?"
"My troubles began along in tho
summer in tho hottest weather and
took the form of small eruptions and
itching and a kind of smarting pain.
It took mo mostly all over my back
and kept getting worso until finally
my back was covered with a mass of
pimples which would burn and itch at
night bo that I could hardly stand it.
This condition kept getting worso nnd
worso until my back was a solid mass
of big sores which would break open
and run. My underclothing would bo
a clot of blood.
"I tried variouB remedies and Balves
for nearly three years and I was not
getting any henoflt. It seemed I was
in eternal misery and could not Bleep
on my back or lean on a chair. I was
Anally given a Bet of tho Cutlcura
Remedies and inside of two weeks I
could oo nnd feel a great relief. I
kept tza 'Using Cutlcura Soap, Ointment
and also the Resolvent, and in about
threo or four months' timo my back
was moarly cured and I felt like a new
bemg. How I am in good health and
no sign of any skin diseases and I
am .fully satisfied that Cutlcura Rctnc
31ob inro tho beat over mado for skin
diseases. I would not bo without
thorn:" (Signed) W. A. Armstrong,
Corbln, Kan., May 2C, 1911. Although
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment aro sold
by druggists and dealers everywhore,
a sample of each, with 32-page hook,
wIK ibo mailed froo on application to
-tGuticura," Dept. L, BoBton.
Works Either Way.
Tatterdon Torn Wot drove you to
Thirsty Thingumbob Mo lovo for a
Tatterdon Torn Did she turn you
down or marry you?
tcwrr onk "imoMo qitininjc."
Tlnt-ii I.AXAT1VH IlllOMOQUlNINK. Uxik for
tho llnnntaro of 15. W. (IKOVK. Uted tho World
ovrloCuraaCold In Ono Day. 25c.
tt'he.mau who is satisfied with him
self never worries on account of ibis
neighbor's estimnto of him.
Mrs. flVrnslow'fi Soothing Syrap for -Chllaren
teething, Kofims tlin gums, reilucen luflamma
.tlou.&llayu paln.curoM wind colic, 25c ji bottle.
When a man has occasion to ap
pear ibeforo a pollco magistrate ho is
apt to forget his own name.
We Give Acvay
Absolutely Free of Cost
The People's Common Senso Medical Adviser, in Plain
Eolish, or Medicine Simplified, by It.V. Pierce, M. D.,
Clwi Contultintf Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur
gical Institute at JIullalo, a book of 1008
f,?r.HtnI o ,.fl.. ,.',. nfll K( hi,
over uu illustration, in strontf papa- covers, to any oao sendlntf 21 ono-ein
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X- -. "- - ."".u., uiiouuu a uau million conies
were given away as above. A now, up-lo-dato revised edition is now rJi
for mailioi!. Better send N0W, before nil aro Hone. Address Worlfs
rBNSABV MiiDiCAL Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo N.Y
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TIIE ONE REMEDY for women which contain, no alcohol and
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of well established ouratiro value.
When Kidney Troubles Keep
You in Misery Day
"I fust can't gtt ujl"
When YourrBack ts Lame-Rememberiho Name?
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give W.L. Douglas shoes a trial. W. L.
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..HOW TO ORDER BY MAIL.
'.UDfltiKlat thorn are not told
Bigger Than Mobile.
Ella Don't you think sho baa a mo
Stella More than that; it Is as big
aa tho wholn of Alabama.
CREAM OF RYE
For health and energy eat it for
breakfast. Reduces cost of living.
Free Silver Spoon in every package.
Ask your grocer for a package.
"Helghol" sighed Mrs. Stoutly. "You
used to sit with your arm around my
waist, John, but you novor do it any
"I'm porry, dear," replied Stoutly,
"but there aro somo things that aro
beyond my reach." Harper's Weekly.
Hobby of Wealthy Englishman.
Tho carl of Mount-Edgcumbo, who
will bo entertaining many partlos at
Mount-Edgcumbo during the next few
months, would havo been able to mako
a living ns an architect if ho had boon
born in n less exalted sphere. Ho de
votes somo of his spnro moments
evolving fascinating toy palaces, each
a study of Its kind, perfect in every
detail. Ono ho hnd lighted with elec
tricity. Thcso Aladdin palaces aro1
sometimes passed on to lucky chil
dren of his acquaintance. London
large pages and
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The following ense is typical of tho cureo
effected by Doan's Kidney Pills. Grateful
testimony is tho best evidence.
DRIVEN ALM03T CRAZY.
A Terrible Tale of Kidney Suffering.
Sirs. II. W. Ileagy, 1515 L St., Bakcra
ficld, Cal.. says: "Jly kidney trouble began
in the fall of 1007. 1 used remedy after
remedy prescribed by physicians but no re
lief came nnd I was in despair. On ac
count of thu numbness and grating sensa
tion I could not lio down comfortably and
some nights I was not in bed half an hour.
I becanio so nervous nnd restless I hardly
knew what to do. Hot waves camo over
me liko a flash and I beenmo so dizzy that
I staggered. I had n feeling as if there
wasi gravel in my bladder, the kidney se
cretions acting too freely at times, while
again they wcro very scant nnd occom
panicd by tcrriblo pain. I cannot describo
the suffering I endured for over two years.
Finally I began using Doan's Kidney Pill
and while I did not notico much relief for
a week or so, I continued persistently nnd
when I had tnken eight boxes 1 wns feel
ing fine. Tito numbness nnd smarting fin
ally left, tho kidney secretions becaino
clear nnd natural nnu my health improved
one hundred percent. Doan's Kidney Tills
cured mo nt n timo when it seemed thnt
I would go crnzy and I never can cxprcst
Shoes Sent Everywhore AU Charges Prepaid.
In jonr town, una direct to factory. Tako meanremrnts
toot aa tnown in moaeitliaieiiS'ieaetirrui unann wmin mimm- irorni piain
cap loo I Ueary, lnedlumor light tolo. I tlo thr tarn ft .0 mnllorrfar biuU
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He Ought to Get It.
"On what grounds do you seek a dl
vorco from your wife?" naked tho law
yer. "Simply bocauso of s. pun," replied
tho long suffering husband. "You see,
Bho's a sculptress, aud It gets on mr
nerves to hear her remark twenty
times a day, 'Will you lovo mo when I
i II. w ' J
Woman baa led the world Binco it
began. Sho took the leading part in
tho first drama, "Man and tho Ser
pent." Paul Blooet.
If a leap year girl has money to
bum It Isn't 'difficult for her to And t.
young mnnSvllllng to furnish a match.
I want ercry person
who Is bilious, consti
pated or has any stom
ach or liver ailment to
send for a free pockag
of my Paw-Paw Hllsy
I want lo provnJJu
(hey pontlytfur in.
dlgesttour Hour Ktom
ncht JJelchlun, Wind.
ness, Sleeplessness nnd
are an Infallible euro
this I am willing to glvo millions of freo pack
ages. I take all tho risk. Sold by druggist
for 25 cents a vial. For free packnge address.
Prof. Munron, 53rd & Jefferson Sis.. Phlladetohls, Pa.
PJiS r.K-lllK bargain. Poorhoalth necotiltatot
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JSJh'J" ' anM""" ".'i?res uPP'e nnd piSre nil full
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