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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1913)
Ma CHRISTMAS OFFERMa
OUR ANNUAJ.CHRISTMAS COMBINATION
FEATHER BED, FEATHER PILLOWS
PAIR OF BLANKETS AND BOLSTER
Greatest bnrKftln over ottered. Feflthcr lied wciRhs
40 lbs., covered Jn 8 oz. A.C.A. ticking; pair of 0 lb.
nlllows, same grade; Pair lull Mzo blankets and large
c, lb. bolster. This combination would cost you at a
retail store $17.50.
AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
$10.002 feather Mattrosjes, 1 Ticking $10.00
llullt for winter and summer use. One fildo a $uo
eexxlon of soft, springy sections, snug and warm.
Other side firm, smooth and cool, lor suiinni'r tiw.
Weighs 35 lb. Guaranteed for a lifetime. Some
56.35 36 LB. FEATHER' BED $6.35
No excuse for not having a new, comfortable
feather bed now. All leather beds. mnttrcs.scs,
pll ows mndo Irom new. clean, odorle.s and dust
loss feathors. Mattresses, beds and pillows venti
lated and military. All got ds guaranteed. You
must ho Nit felled o money back, fivdi must conio
with ordeiK. flood territory tor llvo agents, fata
log free. AVrlto loday lor your bed. lie crenco:
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PURITY BEDDING CO,, Box 244, R, Nashville, Tenn,
given on the word of a trained nurse.
But all trained nurses are not well
posted in all things.
Mrs. A. G. R. wishes a recipe for
Marlborough, pie, where macaroons
are used in it, baked with one crust,
and covered either with whipped
cream or meringue. Can somebody
give it to her? Here are the only di-
found in my mauy
cook books: ,
FOR COMMONER READERS
nt Your Coa
"look after the
fiirnn.ro' every few hours If It Is
fitted with' a Keen 'Furnace Hcbu
lalor. It saves hundreds of trips to
the cellar. Works tho drafts auto
matically. Keeps tho temperature
even at just tho degree you prefer.
Prevents all waste of fuel, savins Its
price in a season. For hot-air fur
naces only. Write today for booklet.
F. D. KEES i EffFG. CO.
IIOX 101 BEATRICE, XE11.
A Home Cure Given by One Who Had It.
Tn tho snrlnc of 180.1 I wnfl nttncWoil by
MiiMMilnr nml IiUlamiiiatnry JUiuiimnUsiu. I
Mineral iu only those, who have It laiow, for
over threo years, l tried remedy n icr rciuouy,
iihI doctor alter doctor, but such relief as I ro-
calved unsouly temnomry. l-limlly. I loiind n
remedy thnt cured mo completely. awl it-lm
never returned. I lmvj glv u It to a number
who tvero terribly auuetect ami even uctinuuun
with lUicumatlsm. and it effecod a euro In
r want every stirrcrer Horn any rorm oi men-
in alio troublo to try this marvelous healing
power, Don't soml a cent; simply mall your
nnino nml (r'ttrcn; and J will bend It free to try.
Alter you have used It and It has. proven Itsell
to bo tlMtlonc-lookciMor mcaiiHof cttrlniryour
KlicumatiH'it, you may Bend the price orit, one
dollar, but, midcistnnd. J do not want your
money unless you arc perfectly patisflcd to send
It. Isn't that lair? Why milTer any longer when
positive, rellel Is thus ollcrcd you freu? Don't
delay. Wil'.o today.
Marie II. Jackson, No. 43 Ournoy Dldg.,
S mouse, N. Y.
Relief For Rupture
Wo Allow A CO-Day Tent
Entirely At Our Own Itlsk To Trove It
No longer any i etd to draff throucli Hfe at the mercy of
csf-strap and sprinsr trusses. No reason In die world for
citlnu them force you to undergo a dangerous operation.
Away "With toc-Strnp
Hud Spring Trusses
So far as w e know, our t'uaran
tied rupture liolder is the only
thing ol any kind for rupture that
you can get on 60 days trial the
only thing we know ot good
enoughto stand such a long and
thorough test, It's the famous
Tluriie Automatic Massaging
Truss made on an absolutely
new principle lias 18 patented features. Selfadustlng. Does a
ay with the misery of wearing belts, leg-straps and springs.
Guaranteed to hold at all times Indudiag ivhen you are
working, taking a bath, etc. Has cured In case alter case that
Wr!t fop Free Iiook or ithlee Cloth-bound, 104 pages.
Explains the dangers of operation. Shows Just what's wrong
with elastic and spring trusses, and why drugstores should
no more be al'owed to fit trusses than to perform operations,
exposes the humbugs shows how old-fashioned worthless
trusses are sold under false and misleading names. Tells all
about the care and attention we give you. Endorsements
irom over 5000 people, Including physicians. Write to-day-rind
out how you can prove every word we say by making a
day test without risking a penny.
Box 77i-CluthCo;, 125 E.23rd St., New York City
Pie Two pounds of
and pressed through
a sieve or colander; one pound of
butter softened; one pound of sugar;
twelve eggs; juice of two lemons, five
tablespoonfuls of cream, a little each
of nutmeg and cinnamon. Bake in
a nice one-crust paste. This amount
should fill five medium-deep pans.
A. S., of Wisconsin, wishes a recipe
for a cosmetic published some years
ago in The Commoner, having as part
of the ingredients an egg with lemon
drops. "We have as yet failed to find
the recipe wanted, but will give it
more attention, and if found will re
publish, as requested. Meantime, if
some one has such a recipe, won't
you please send it in?
G. L. G. asks for a market for a
valuable old book. We cannot fur
nish the names of collectors, and the
sale will depend on the book and its
condition. A small ad. in the Sub
scribers' column of The Commoner
will doubtless "bring the information
Mrs. C. L. wishes a remedy for
weak wrists, saying the trouble is not
rheumatic, but 'the inner side of the
wrist is very niuch swollen, and on
doing work of, any kind, the pain is
very severe, the best thing for her
to do is to cfonsult a good physician.
The trouble may not be entirely local,
and improved health may 'be all she
Wo Imvo made arrangements to supply our renders with high grade, perfect
fitting, Benin nllowing and easy to uhs patterns, designed by a leading firm of
New York fashion puhliKhurp. Full descriptions accompany each pattern an
well as a chart showing how to cut your material with tho leant poMilblo
amount of waste. Any pattern will ') neat postage prepaid upon receipt of
ton ccnlH. Wo will also lsue a ruw fanhlon book quarterly, 8prlng, Hummer,
Autumn and Winter, Illustrating hundreds of now style Autumn nutnbor
now ready. Wo will hcihI this book for two centH postage prepaid If order fid
at tho samo tlmo that a pattern Is ordered, or for llvo cents, postage prepaid
If ordered without a pattern. Resides Illustrating liundredH of pattern, thin
fashion book will tell you bow to bo your own dressmaker. Whn ordering
patterns please give pattern number and size desired. Address nil orders
Fashion Department, The! Commoner, Lincoln, Nebraska,
I, Tho Loach Sanatorium,
juiuianapoiis, jnu nut
pubiuneu A DOOKIOl WD1CU
sires iBtercfttinK iaota
fcbosttbe cause of Cancer; alio tells what to do for pais,
weeding, odor, etc Write tor it today, ueatloalcgUiispaptr.
Some Good Recipes
Spico Cake Sugar, one-half cup;
shortening,-one-fourth cup; molasses,
half a cup; sour milk, half a cup;
pastry flour, ono and one-half cups;
cinnamon, one teaspoonful cloves,
half teasj)oonful;,-Boda, three-quarters
teaspoonful; chopped raisins,
half-cup; walnr.t meats, halC-cup;
two .eggs. Beat the yolks of the eggs,
gradually beating in the sugar,
soften, but not melt, the shortening,
and sift the flour and spices two or
three times together; mix smoothly,
fold in the stiffly beaten whites of
the eggs, raisins and nut meals.
Bake in well buttered gem pans in
a moderate oven for about twenty
five minutes. Ice, if liked.
Old Fashioned Stuffing This may
be used for either chicken or turkey.
Two cups of hot, mashed potatoes,
one and one-half cups of soft bread
crumbs, one-fourth cup chopped fat
salt pork, one onion, finely chopped,
one-third cup of butter, one egg, tea
spoonful of table salt, one teaspoon
ful of powdered sage. The stale
bread crumbs may be softened in
sweet milk, or in cold water sufficient
to moisten through. .
New England Boiled Dinner A
boiled dinner commonly consists of
warm boiled corn beef served with
vegetables which are cooked in the
water the meat was boiled in not
with the meat. Wipe the meat and
tie in shape, put into kettle and
cover -with cold water and bring
slowly to a boil; boil five minutes,
remove scum, and then cook slowly
until tender; be sure it is done. Then
lift from the pot and into the water
put carrots, turnips, cabbage and
tfQC. hnptc if used, should be
cooked separately. Serve the cab
bage and beets in separate dishes,
and. the other vegetables with the
Scrambled Eggs To five eggs use
half a cup; of milk', salt and pepper
JPv. a. 0) ID -
til : urn S iu' V' '-'? l'''i' I I r-i-rrs "' r r
5032 Indies' Drexn One piece moclel
having detachable cberoiHotte, low? or
short sleeves and a three piece skirt,
opening In front and attached to the
bodice with high or normal waistline.
Tho pattern Js cut in sizes 32 to 42
inches oust measure. Medium size re
quires 4 yards of 50 inch material.
5C30 T,adle' Apron -A model which
is also suitable for p house dress. It
has a- fitted front panel and sides and
back als6 follow the lines of the figure;
Wash materials, brilliantino and tho,,,,
like are sultablo for this style. Tho
pattqrn'is cut in sizes 32 to 42 inches
bust measure. Medium size requirewa
r.ti. -uarAa et ?.fl Innh material- " yrr
. 033( (HtVm DrcHH The plain blouset'S?
has a diagonal front closing, a qma.ll' Jf
collar and sleeve full length' or, ,
shorter. The four gore skirt forma a. 'Jk
dox' pjeai panel in irunt unu uiu. -
Moire, velveteen, serge, cheviot, 7'etcfcJ
- iv;onunueu un nex-i im&v,j ',
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