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NOKTir PI. ATT K UEKKLY TUHUT1C.
HOW TO AVOID
Told by Mrs. Lynch From
Providence, R. I. "I wna all run
down in health, was nervous, had head
actios, my bacK
ached all tho timo.'
I was tired and had
no ambition for any
thing. I had taken
a number of medi
cines which did mo
no good. Ono day
I rend nhout T.vdin
E. Pinkham's Vege
table (jompounu and
women, bo I tried t
it. Mv nnrvminnnea
i nnrl lmVnAl,n nnrl
headaches disappeared. I gained in
weight and feel fine, bo I can honestly
recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound to any woman who ia
Buffering as I was. " Mrs. Adeline B.
Lynch, 100 Plain St, Providence, R. I. ,
Backache and nervousness are symp- ,
toms or nature's warnings, which in- '
dicate a functional disturbance or an
unhealthy condition which often devel
ops into a moro soriouo ailment 1
Women in this condition should not
continue to drag along without help, but
profit by Mrs. Lynch's experience, and ,
try this famous root and herb remedy, 1
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- '
Eound and for special advice write to '
ydia E. Pinkham Mod.Co.. Lynn, Mass.
AlldniRslrts; Hoap25. OlntmontCf)Aro.Tnlniui2S.
Hamplo each free of "Cntlcui, Dept. t, Boiton."
Watson B. Cnlstnnn,
Patent Lawyer, Washington
Hate, reasonable, lllghcstreforoncca. Uoataerrlce.
TO 6HINE A COLD STOVE
Quick n-nd Ifciny j
uso fc-z, STOVE POLISH
pf Heady MUt Heady to Shmo r
"My hair is coining out dreadfully.
Do you know of any way to prevent
"No; you ought to have thought of
that before you got married." Snn
A Feeling of Security
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
It is scientifically compounded from
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottU of Dr Kilmer's Swamp
Root. If yon need a medicine, you should
have the best. On alo at all drug stores
In bottles of two sizes, medium and large. c
However, if you wish first to try this
treat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., ISinghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
Rome and Romeo.
"Was Rome founded by Romeo?"
Inquired a pupil of the teacher.
"No, my boy," replied the wise man.
"It was Juliet who was found dead
For truo blue, uso Red Cross Ball
Blue. Snowy-whito clothes will bo
rare to result Try it and you will al
ways uso It All good grocers havo It
"A good many people bottled their
wrath against the prohibition law."
"Well, there's a kick In that tattled
Kotno women are unable to ploy on
iuit Instrument except ihe o.-ir dnirnr
S 0000 FOR TKIN
A Trench scientist haa discovered an
oreunlc phosphato which tthould be a
very effective remedy tor weaJt nerves,
leoplessnesa, thinness and lads ot
strength, energy and vigor.
Its substance is described by special
ists as identical in composition with
certain vital elements naturally found
in brain and nerve cells and one which
when taken into the human system is
quickly converted into healthy 11 vine
This phosphate la already widely
known among druggists in this country
as mtro-Phosphnte und some phy
sicians claim that through Its use
strength, energy, vigor and nerve force
are frequently increased in two weeks
Dr. Fredorldk Kolle, Editor of New
York Physicians' "Who's Who," says
:lt should be prescribed by every doctor
and ud in every hospital In the
'United Btfttot. As there are a great
variety of so-callod phosphates, those
'Who wish to tost tills substance should
tbe sure to gat the genuine BUro
JPhosphate. A Bad Cough
If neglected, often leads to serious trpdble.
Safeguard your health, relieve your di.tre.
nid soothe your Irritated throat by taking
Nothing llko a wnywiml bit ot
Mother Karth to kMi t'ie human heart.
nofhU't like a wild weed patch I It Is
ii miiKiiot, HWlnnInK us ull around Into
lino llko Iron nllmf. It Isn't a run
down condition that inukoa most or us
take n vacation, It's the call of wild
The chestnut is especially popular,
being the nut most enjoyed for Hal
1 owe on parties. Its
own delicacy f flavor
blends so well with oth
ers that It is a Rcnernl
favorite and always a
delight to the palate.
Roasted and served with
apples, cider and dough
nuts, an October party Is
A Temptlno Entree.
Roast and tmish to a paste one pound
of chestnuts. Add half a cupful of
cream, a teaspoonful of chopped pars
ley and a dash of salt with two well
beaten eggs; pour Into well buttered
tlinhale molds and bake, set In a dish
of hot water. When Arm, In about
2." minutes, turn out and serve with a
cream sauce or with a rich tomato
A delicious soup may be made with
chestnuts as a foundation. Cook a
quart of chestnuts In boiling water,
slip off the brown skins and drop them
Into cold water. Drop again Into boil
ing waer; add a small onion, three.
stalks of celery, a small blade of
mace and a bit of bay leaf. When
the nuts are tender mash through a
sieve, add white stock, a tablespoon
ful of snljt, half a teaspoonful of pa
prika and a pint of hot milk. When
holllng hot remove to the back part of
the stove and add two well-beaten eggs
and' a half a cupful of sweet cream.
Serve hot In bouillon cups.
A Chestnut Salad. For a dinner
salad, chestnuts are delicious. Mix
nfter blanching with chopped apple
and celery; garnish with water cress
and serve with a mayonnaise dress
ng. Dainty Chestnut Dessert. Prepare
n custard, nddlng a teaspoonful of soft
ened gelatin, a little flavoring of any
kind and add a pint of prepared chest
nuts. Pour Into a mold, and when
ervlng surround with whipped cream.
Brussels sprouts and chestnuts
served together is1 a greatly appreci
ated dainty. Serve In a thick cream
Chestnut croquettes is another good
dish and with a few pounds of chest
nuts and a little forethought one may
prepare any number of delicious
O suns and skies and clouds of June
And days of Juno together.
Ye eannot rival for one hour
October's bright blue weather.
Helen Hunt Jnckson.
FRENCH DISHES FAVORITES IN
We will have to admit that the
French have distanced us In matters
of economy. They
look with dismay
upon the huge
roasts and Juicy
steaks which are
found on Ameri
can tables. Though
V r a n e o knows
much, she does
not know it all, by any means.
lark Twain, in his usual entertain
ing vein, says: "There is here and
there an American who will say be
?un remember rising from an Kuro
pean table d'hote perfectly satisfied ;
but we must not overlook the fact that
there Is here and there an American
tvho will lie."
Onion Soup With Eggs and Cream.
Cut up six white onions very thin
uid fry la a tablcspnonful of butter
mtll light brown. Then ndd a quart
of water and a pint of milk, season
vlib one teaspoonful of salt and a
lush of pepper, a teaspoonful of sugar
uid a pinch of mace. Cook slowly for
in hour and strain ; beat four eggs un
til light, add a cupful of cream nnd a
nhlespnonful of cornstarch mixed
ivlth a little cold water; cook untjl the
tarcb Is well done, before adding the
ggs. as the soup must not then be
boiled or the eggs will curdle.
Burgundlan Pate. For this dish the
ironsts of two chickens must be pound
d Into a paste; add to this one cup
'ul of fresh bread crumbs and half a
upful of melted butter, half a tea
ipiinnfiil of salt, a dash of cayenne
uid live beaten yolks of eggs. Cook
six llvern and six gizzards one hour
In good stock. Then add a cupful of
chopped ham and the same nmount of
chopped mushrooms cooked In butter.
Cook n few moments and then cool.
Line a pate mold with puff paste, fill
with the mixture, cover with a paste
and bake slowly In a moderate oven.
Cover with paper If the crust browns
too quickly nnd add stock through the
opening. Serve cold or hot.
Cream Fritters Take a quart of
milk, one cupful of salt, a cupful of
blanched and chopped almonds and a
tablespoonful of ornnge (lower water.
Holl the milk, add sugar, butler and
salt and cook ten minutes. Then stir
in six beaten eggs, and cook until
thick, Sproail In a well buttered pan
an Inch thick to cool. When chilled
cut In diamonds, dip in crumbs nnd
rgg and fry a golden brown In deep
ful. Serve hot with a lemon hiiuco.
Let me live In my house by tho sl.le
of the road
Where the nice of men go oy
They nro good, they iro bad, they to
weak, they are strong.
Wise, foolish so am I.
Then why should I sit In the corner's
Or hurl the cynic's ban?
Let mc live In my house by tho side
of the roud
And be a friend to man.
OUT OF THE ORDINARY CHICKEN
One tires of the usual nnd nnll
nnry and lopgs for some new way to
present the familiar.
R?5j3?33 French cooks are mas
rcf?Vx ters of the art of sur
prising with the famil
iar, yet one does not al
wnys wish a 1NI to be
entirely lost In season
ings. Some of the fol
lowing dishes may seem
extravagant, but no scrap
of meat or bit of bone need be wasted,
ns there Is stock, salad, tlmbales and
canapes which may be made from
Chicken a la Marengo. This dish
Is said to have been originated for
Napoleon nfter the battle of Marengo.
Singe and clean a live-pound chicken
and cut It up for fricassee. Melt two
tablespoonfuls of butter in a saucepan
and add three tnblespoonfuls of the
best olive oil. When It Is hot add the
dark meat of the chicken and cook
five minutes. Then add the white meat
with salt and pepper and a bit of gar
lic. Mix and stir over a good lire and
cook 20 minutes, until each piece Is
a golden brown. Have ready a to
mato sauce, made from one can of to
matoes a bit each of onion, carrot,
parsley, cooked thick and rubbed
through a sieve; add one-half pound
of fresh mushrooms and the chicken.
Cook the mushrooms in fat five min
utes. Arrange Uie chicken on a plat
ter; add to the grnvy In the pan three
tablespoonfuls of tho tomato puree,
stir until it Is hot; pour over the
chicken nnd serve.
Chicken Baked In Milk. Melt one
fourth of a cupful of butter, odd ono
lnrge onion thinly sliced ; cut two
young chickens In pieces for serving,
cover and cook slowly, turning often,
for ten minutes, then add one cupful
of chicken stock and cook until tho
chicken is tender. Remove the chick
en, put stock nnd onion through n
sieve nnd add one and one-half table
spoonfuls each of butter and flour
creamed together. Season with salt
and pepper, Arrange the chicken on
n serving dish, pour the sauce around
It nnd garnish with sliced bananas cut
in diagonal slices, dipped In flour and
sauted In butter.
A wideBpreadlng hopeful disposition
Is your only, true umbrella In this
vnle of tours.
SOME CHOICE CAKES FOR OC
Careful baking Is a most Important
point In successful cake making. If
the cake Is to bake on
hour, watch tho oven the
llrst quarter or '2 min
utes and see that It com
mences to rise; the sec- :
ond quarter It should fin- I
Isb rising, and begin to j
brown; the third quar
ter It should finish j
browning and begin to j
shrink from the nan. nnd '
the last quarter, finishes the baking.
If a cake rises in the middle and
bursts open, It may have too much
Hour or too strong a beat. A cako
filled with large holes lias either- too
much baking powder or soda or It
has not been well blended. It Is uoi
best to move a enke In the oven until
It has finished rising, then It can he
safely turned. The first five minutes
one may turn a cake without Injuring
Chocolate Nougat Cakes. Cream
one-fourth of n cupful of butter; add
gradually one vnd one-half eupfuls of
sugar and one egg beaten ; when well
mixed aild two-thirds of a cupful of
milk, two eupfuls of flour sifted with
thvee teaspoonfuls of baking powder;
add one-half teaspoonful of vanilla
To two squares of melted chocolate
add one-third of u cupful of powders!
sugar; add a third of a cupful of milk
and cook until smooth. Cool slightly
and add to the cako mixture. Hake
In Inyers and put between tho layers
and on top.
Wedding Cake. Cream one pound
of sugar gradually and beat until well
mixed. Separate the whites and yolks
of 12 eggs; beat the yolks until thick
and lemon colored, the whiten until
stllT nnd dry. Add the yolks to tin
first mixture. To four eupfuls f ,
nlfted Hour (one pound) reserve n
third of a cupful to dredge (he fruit
The rest sift with two toaspoonrui
of cinnamon and three-fourths of u
teaspoonful each of allspice, iiiiik
and nutmeg and a half-tenspoonrui
of cloves. Then add three tablespoon
fills of orange Juice, one of rose wat r i
and two of lemon Juice. Add a pound
of currants and figs, three pounds of
ralHlns. one pound of citron, all rut
flno fitnl ilrcdL'prl with flimx I.1, .1,1 i
I the whites before adding the fruit,
j Hake three hours In a slow oven.
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Frcezona
costs only a lew cents.
With your Angers 1 You can lift off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween tho toes, nnd tho hnrd skin cal
luses from bottom of feet
A tiny bottle of "Freezono" costs
little nt any drug store; apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. In
stantly It stops hurting, then shortly
you lift that bothersome corn or callus
right off, root and all, without one bit
of pain br soreness. Truly I No hum
bug ! Adv.
Disliked Red Hair.
Napoleon's hair was without a curl,
wh'le Achilles and AJax hnd very curly
loess. Black hair was not esteemed
by the Romans, and red hair was nn
object of aversion. Nero, who fiddled
while Home burned, hnd bright red
whiskers. Nebuchndnezzar, whose di
vine punishment Is described In the
book of Daniel, also had red hair.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.
Stop a mlnuto and think what H
means to eay that "Green's August
Flower has been n household remedy
all over tho civilized world for moro
than half a century." No higher praise
is possible nnd no better remedy enn
bo found for constipation, intestinal
troubles, torpid liver and tho depress
ed feeling that accompanies such dis
orders. It is most vnluable for In
digestion or nervous dyspepsia nnd
liver trouble, coming up of food, pal
pitation of heart, and many other
symptoms. A few doses of August
Flower will relieve you. It is n gentle
Inxatlve. Ask your druggist. Sold In
oil civilized countries. Adv.
He You look cold. Shall I take oil
my coat and put It around you?
She Why take It off?
It would take '27,000 spiders to pro
duce 1 pound of web.
'HIS is a topic we all
exaggerate, Yet has
remedial properties for Fletcher's Castoria? Just ask them. Wo won't answer it
ourselves, we know what the answer will be.
That it has all the virtues to-day that was claimed for it in its early days ia
to be found in its increased use, the recommendation by prominent physicians, and
our assurance that its standard will be maintained.
Imitations are to be found in some stores and only because of the Castoria
tnat Mr. Fletcher created. But it is not the genuine Castoria that Mr. Fletcher
Honestly advertised, Honestly placed before the public and from which he Honestly
expects to receive his reward.
I i Mli in '
at r.num.-a. PER CENT.
Mineral. Not inahco i
ConstlpaUon and Diarrhoea
ond Fevcrishness anil
Tncc tw Sleep
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Sl; Jer flnntants ISPluid DiaohTfl
In Ef in. l ' " 1
I BW m mm HAM VP
c a package
c a package
during the war
TBE FLAVOR IfiSTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
"Fa, what Is repartee?"
"It Is, as a rule, an Insult with a
dress suit on, my son."
hear now-a-days because so
any physician told you that
Special Care of Baby.
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it
is more reasonable for an infant to 6leep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
. be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be pre
pared with even greater caro than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to
your aimjT child anything but a medicine especially prepared for In
fants and Children? Don't be deceived.
Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that yon
should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your
Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that tho
desired results may be had from tho use of medicines primarily pre
pared for grown-ups.
MOTHERS SHOUtD READ THE B00KIETTHAT IS AROUND EVERY B0TTLEOF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
TMe CENTAUR OOMPANV, NEW VOHK CITY.
before the war
"Cholly Woggles regards himself oa
"The poor fish I"
many people are inclined to'
we claimed unreasonable
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