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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1901)
To Soften Unril Wuter.
"When water Is made hard by ear
boiiate of lime It may be softened bj
the use of quick-lime , pal-soda or am
monia , " writes Maria I'arloa In Ladles'
Home Journal. "When thine Is time to
allow the water to settle the lime Is the
best agent. To soften with the lime
have the water lu a large tanU or hugs
head. Pour enough water on the quick
lluieto slake It. When It falls to pow
der add enough water to make n thin
cream aud then stir Into the watei in
the tank. Use one ounce of lime foi
very forty gallons of water. Do not let
any undlssolved lime go Into the water
Allow the water to stand for twelve
houis For softening with sodu , dls
t-olve a pound of snl-soda In one qtiait
of boiling water and when cold bottle
It. Add a gill of this liquid soda to
ubout twenty gallons of water. Wntei
that Is discolored by the soil , as Is so
often the cast ) after a heavy inlri or
when the water pipes aio being re
paired , should be strained through Can
ton llannel. "
Take one tablespoonful of butter , one
cup of sugar , one cup of milk , two egga ,
pne laige teuspoonful of baking pow
der und one and one-half cups of Hour ;
Leat butter , sugar and yolks of eggs to
gether until light , add the milk and
then the Hour , beat well , now beat
whites to a stiff froth , and stir them
carefully Into the pudding , add baking
powder , and mix well. Pour Into a
greased cake pan. Bake three-quarters
of an hour , serve hot with lemon sauce.
For the lemon wince use one-half tablespoonful -
spoonful of butter , one-half cup of
ugar , two cups of hot water , a pinch of
cinnamon and about the same of grated
nutmeg , one-half lemon juice and a lit
tle rind , and oue tablespoonful of flour.
Drnwti Hutter Sniice.
Two tablespoonfuls of Hour , one-halt
cup of butter , one pint boiling water
and oue-lmlf tcaspoonful of salt. Mix
the butter and tiour together until tight
and cieamy , and gradually add the boll-
lug water , stirring constantly. Place
the bowl iu a saucepan containing boilIng -
Ing water , aud stir well until the sauce
comes to the boiling point. It should
not be allowed to boil , but should be
kept at the boiling point until thick
enough and then remove at once. Add
the salt and serve. The common prac
tice of wetting the flour and then stir
ring it Into the boiling water Is most
deplorable , as the outcome Is a. lumpy
moss with the butter oftentimes float
ing on the top
A I'n I tt I. u vli ' ( oursc.
A prettj coui se to tu \ c at a luncheon
IB a salad of tomato jelly. A pint of to
matoes is stiaiucd , seasoned with salt
and pepper and a teaspoonful of ouion
Juice. Dissolve a quarter of a box of
gelatine and add to the tomatoes. Put
aside for half an hour , then bring to a
boiling point before molding In tiny
egg cups. Make a half pint of mayon
naise dressing , to which a half pint of
whipped cream Is stirred in just before
serins. . The molds of jelly aie arrang'
d ou lettuce leaves ou Individual plat
ters , the mayonnaise heaped round , the
whole spilnkled with finelj'-chopped
An Kconoiiilcul Hint.
How many of jou , when called upon
to use the whites alone of eggs , ever
think gf saving the yolks save by drop
ping them into a dish and setting them
away lu the tefrigerntor , whcie they
crust up and me of no earthly value In
a very shoit tlmeV To protect the yolk
to that It can l > e usiid two or three days
after It has been separated from the
white diop it Into a bowl of water and
Its fictihncfis will remain a suiprislng
length of time , and It can be used most
pleasingly fet maj'ounalso dressing or
the sauce for coldslavv. or any other
purpose requiring yolks alone.
Take one quait of flour , one teaspoon
salt , two heaping tt-aspooufuls baking
powder , sift all togethei , rub In a pieit
of butter sl/e of an egg , milk enough to
make a soft dough ; toll out about one-
( inarler of an Inch thick , cut Into
squuics , futir by four , lu each squaie
put two tablcspooul'iils of crunhoirics
and one tablespooulul sugar , wet tht
etlge.s of the square and pinch together.
Hake Ir a quick oven twenty to tlihty
minutes Take some cranberries and
make sauce , and put a tahlcspoonful mi
the top of each dumpling when reatlj
Heat yolks three ej-'gs till creamy , adi
thiee tcaspoonfuls powdoied sutjiu , i
few gialns salt , tlnee tablespoonatnU
orange Juice and a little grated rind
Fold in stlllly beaUn whites , and took
In hot butteicd omelet pau slowlj til
well ilseu and light brown underneath
then dry off the top In the oven. Fold
tuin out , sprinkle thickly with pow
deied sugar , and score It with icd ho
Sour MilU lorn Cake.
Mix one cui > of flour , one-halt a cu [
of j el low granulated meal , and one
fourth of a cup of sugar , on < half t
teaspoon of soda and mix wel' IV
one CBS light. Add one "tip of sour
milk io the Dour ml.xturc. , then the . ' ; . '
and one tablespoon of butter , int-mii
aud beat thoroughly. Turn ui niic
iuto a buttered pan and bake abuu
twenty-five minutes In a hot oven.
THE - - .
< HlTK your houie letters rcgtl-
Inrly aud keep In touch with
your parents and old friends
y weekly correspondence , " writes
tlnrgutet H. Sangstor In the Ladles'
louie Juutnal , addressing gills who
itivo gone from home Into thu world to
eek their livelihood. "Never let a
Sunday afternoon drll't out without
'our hour spent In an Intimate and
ovlng letter to the dear mother. This Is
good occupation for Sunday , and I
an Imtdly tell you how minute and
ontldcutlal and affectionate this wru
ng should be. Itut theie Is tie need.
You know wliat jou like to hear from
tome , and what mother and father
nest long for , when your letters come.
follow those let tots. Mother Is In the
cltcheii , washing the dishes. She wipes
icr hands and sits down In the low
ocklng-chalr bj the vslndovv , where
he lilac Is beginning to bud. Palher
stands between the table and the door ,
valtlug to hear what you have said ,
uul aware that he imisf wait until
notlior 1ms bnllslled her hciiit with the
Irst reading. 'J'hen It will be his turn.
To them both you are , and you will al-
vnys be , just their own little ghl , and
ou can never send them a line which
hey will not scan wltll eageiness So
lever put off your family at home with
i scrappy , hurtled scrawl ; take lime ,
und tell them everything. "
Value of the DlMClpliiu-d Mini ! .
The world needs men and women vv ho
ire sulllclent unto themselves able to
tand alone aud make the most of try
ng aud unpleasant conditions. The
discipline of the lll'o should be to make
ur knowledge and resources available
or practical use. What matter It that
v\e read e\ery book in the world , and
pain all the knowledge that science
and art can teach us , it we cuuuot put
his Information to use either to the
protlt of our minds or phjblcul coudl-
lens ? This greatest use of knowledge
ind culture Is not for money-making ,
'or achieving material success In the
struggle for life , but to sweeten and
llsclpllne ourselves. The philosopher
vho has gained the true key to knowl
edge stands aloof from the tluonglng
rowds of eager money-makers and
reputation seekers. lie Is content to
enow that the visible attainments of
Ife are not the highest and dearest.
Others may strive lor them , but he
ougs for the Intellectual pleasures
which come only to the disciplined soul.
A. S. Atkinson , M. D. , In the Wom
an's Home Companion.
American Women Honored.
American women who have been
made Ladles of Grace , of the order of
St John of Jerusalem , by King Kd
ward. They received the honors for
the wotk they did toward fitting out
the hospltul bill ) ) Maine , which was
sent to South AU-icii.
Aptopos of letter wiltlug , how many
women make the mistake ol not sulli-
leutly reyeallug their Identity In a
business communication. Muuy femi
nine correspondents still leave much to
be desired In this matter of Identity ,
both as regards clearness and dignity.
"M. A. Smith" look * , business-like
enough , but how Is the recipient to
know whethei It is a mau or a woman ?
A woman In a business letter to an
equal , should always sign hersell In
full : "Morj A. Smith" prefixing
"Miss" lu pulentheses if site be a spin
Ptcr If a nmnicd woman with hei hus
band li\ing , with Mrs. John 15 Smith"
'n parentheses below hei own name.
Mlt-s Ilainuih It. Kichauts , the piettj
( laughter of Fanner Joel Kicli.iids , of
Thorofure Is .1 , IB u heroine , ol w liom
aJl the ie.&ldents ot
lmlt llltl ° towu an'
justlj nioud The
distinction thus sud
denly thrust upon
"her c.i mo thiuiigli
1' ' " ' < aptuic of a
imiavvaj noise In
ClouceMer. and tin
s.iving thPtehj of
. the lives of two
men had tried in vain to stop the night
encd animal. Mls-h Uichutds suld.
' 1 don't think 1 des.-rve all the pi also.
I am getting , but 1 couldn't see those
children killed aud when the horse
turned the outlier I just luti out and
caught him bj the bit und held on un
til he topped. I am glad I saved the
< lldren. "
The Conversational Hoik
The "eouvets itlonnl hop" Is conduct
ed In this waj. Distribute among the
company cards on which are written
twelve subjects for conveisutlou , duly
numbered. The men should then
choose partner ! for each subject , put-
lug the lady's mime on their curds and
ihelrs on hers nt the subject they are
; o tnlk on. At it signal given by the
hostess the partners take their places ,
tete-a-tete all through the room ; the
conversation must be exclusively upon
: he subject designated upon the curds
When the conversational hop Is finished -
ed that Is , all the twelve numbeis
talked out , votes are cast bj1 the ladles
for the best conversationalist among
the men and by the men for the best
among the girls Prl/.es aie awarded
The ptcvaletice ot nuks at counts for
thegieat populaiitj of Hie joke. It Is
a mote simple matter aitangtug the full
tucked skirts on a well-fitting , becom
ing , shaped yoke , than bringing all of
the fullness Into the waist band and
getting the tucks to set in just the ap
proved way over the hips. The be-
conilngness ot the joke is seldom ques
tioned , cspeciallj the yoke known as
the "tailor shape" that has a decided
dip at the luck. Cveu this particular
shape lias Its vailatlons Sometimes It
boasts a triple effect , often It Is scattered -
tered and moie otten slashed at the
For women with pretty arms
will be a delightful summer , If those to
gifted are Inclined to display their phys
ical attiactlons. In ten new models for
summer waists dlsplajed to a class of
ambitious seamstresses , not one waist
of the ten had loug sleeves. All weie
cut off either just above or Just below
the elbow and below the cutoft"part
there was slipped In a big puff pf s > ft
goods. This style of sleeves will be
almost universal , and this means that ,
when the warmth of June shall have
melted into the torrldness of August ,
the uudersleeve will leign siipieme.
Bolero jackets , with or without
sleeves , of heavy white , black or eciu
lace , aie worn over velvet , silk or "lUln
waists. For theater wear , the lace de
signs are sometimes outlined with gold
aud rows ot gold paillettes , or even the
entire Jacket is inade of gold braid aud
cord , in renaissance pattern These all-
jjold jackets appear to the best advan
tage over waists of velvet of a deep ,
rich color , or over Ivoiy white satin
The beaiititul women of .Maile Antoi
nette's court aie mild to have used the
most simple toilet preparations for
keeping their skins fiesh and tosy.
Lemons weie supposed to lie u cure for
discoloration of the skin , and weie
used fieely in the batli Cucumbers and
stiawbcriles weie also supposed to
play an Important part in 'he preserva
tion of beaut j. A delightful encumber
cieam was made fiom cucmiibcis.
sweet almond oil , white wax , sper
maceti and lanolin , the piopurtlons
being four cuciimbeis , six ounces of
sweet almond oil , nn ounce of white
wax , an ounce of spermaceti and two
ounces of lanolin.
Will Cro H Ocean Alone.
Madame Nellson is a name that will
be written u large lutteis ou vlip HCioll
ot tame should slie tieoessFullj accuni
plisb the teat that
she has detenu uul
upou a dip arioss
the sea In an open t
sailboat. Madame >
Nellson. wlio ! lve > , iu
Philadelphia , is gen
et allj known as u
spliituallst and slie
w ill be unacronipa
nied on hei loug
age save by the spir MKL90X.
its that slie iiiaj be able to invoke. Her
ventuie is to In- made In , u < optanot ; of
the ollci of .1 pii/f bj ( . 'apt. P.lackburn ,
of Gloiaeslei , .Ma-s. to the wuuuiu who
will make the quickest flip , .icioss the
Atlantic to Lisbon , 1'uitiigal. In u sail
boat , aloue The iiudamu Is a quaiter
for C ilil 'MIICS.
You can UM > nothing bi-ttoi for told
sines than jiuiu Klj'i'iine peio\ide of
lijdtoh'en Is nlt > o KO'Kl ' Apply with a
bit of absoibpiii cotton the moment tin
little tlislljjuriui ; lilistei begins to tot in
sajs tlie Philadelphia Itiiiilicr. | \ < m
might alM trj the follow Ing-linvp It
piepated by jour druggist Oxide of
-/.Inc. HO grains : cold cicniu , \ \ ' > ounces
I' Mintirnntcl toV ii
1 BuntHie Patent Otllceva first es
I tnbllbhed In K'.tinnlj 5,757 [ intent *
have buun grante'l to women Theie
are other Interesting liguies There
have been -115 patents Ivum ! to colored
mull , of whom 'JS weie granted to one
Inventor and ' 1 to nuolhet. Alore than
SO per cent ot the patents IbHiied are
to cltlzuiK of the United H tut CM
A Chinese I'rovcrh ,
"You cannot prevent tlie birds of sad
ness fiom flying over jour Ueadn. Bui
you can piuvcnt them fiom utoppliif
long enough on your uhouldcrs to bulh *
J their uebtB lu jour hair. "
* lf TJ ! i IT'S.
Beware of Them
There arc two nflllctioni which
Iftluips K\C the itio t pain
uiul trouble , viz
Doth ilisalilo ami cupple ,
St. Jacobs Oil I
g is their best cure.
IMcnl. lilnu'ln Mlilulllt M.
.Do jou tliltik jou would enjnj ; i
mid winter picnic ? The pk'iik'Kers
liamp Uiiuugh the snow ill niglit Into
thocountiy. A hot bui.shwood Hie
behind some wludbicak makes e\eiy-
one comroitable The last bit of chill
Is drhen from the re\elers by steam
ing cotlee , boiled over the euibois and
diunk from tin cunt. . The appetite
iiiouscd by the tramp and the queer
scene , Is led with toa.sU11lches. ' .
This comlort and cosiness in ine midst
of glittering ice and snow and liosty
air Is , said to be > ery enjoyable. Little
C'Htiurl , Ciiiiiuit l > - Cured
with l.Of'AL APPLICATION" * n- tli v
cannot rraelt the seal ot the dNuiise I utaiih
is a bluoil 01 cunstituiioniil ( INoti ! * ! * , and in
order to enre It you must tiiki Intrinal
remidlcs II.ill's''ai.urh Cnui li talani
intern.xllv , and nota dntitUon the blood
and moi'ous urlaios Hall's Catarrh Cure
i- > not .1 quaek tncdiumu U wil" iue enlied
by onool the hotit i > li > sicuui in thiivoiintiv
loryeur- * , and is a regular inscription. It
Iscoiuiiosfd ol the boil tonics known , com
hinetl with the b"H blood purifiers , Muting
directly on thu iiiocons surlucus The jicr-
( cct. couibinutioii ol the two ingtedlunts Is
\\hat products sneh wondcrjul rt-sults in
curing Ta'arih. Sum ! lot tcsliiuoninlM , free.
F. . ( t 111JNKV CO. Props. , Toledo , 0.
Sold bj driipglsts , | ) iioi-7oo.
A lilt of slialt'B.v.
Chicago Tiibiuic : Klder Sister-Mr
Billinoie and you were in the pallor aleut
lout ; time last night , hut 1 don't sup
pose jou used much gas
Younger Sister The reason you
didn't see anj burning , Emily was be-
: ; iube Flat old caiclessly hung his hut
on the door kneu
Much of the tetror u ( spiing
limy lie .noiiltd li.Koutl iiianaKi'incnt.
Settled vicnthcr should bu suluetud for
the wotk , nnil e\er > thing necessary pio-
viiU'tl befoichuiul hori soup will bo
found bent for wattling paints , floors mid
windows , it is hiiriuluss , mid M-IJ eflee-
life in nuUuK the house clean mill fiosh.
ELIZA It. I'AKKIOU.
Harper's lUa/ar : The 1'iolcssor
Yes , a caterpillar is tlie mast vorac
ious Ihhitf thing. In a month it will
cat about GOO times it own weight.
Dear Mis. Finot Whose boy < 1 ! < 1
jou say he was ?
Another Sort f J'rrr.
"Now , children , " said tlio pretty
schoolmarm , after relating ta ! : alTcot-
Ing tale of Washington and his little
hatchet , "what do you think of tills
"It's a peaehl" shouted Hilly liar-
10 cum : A i oi.i > IN ONI : DAY
Take Laxative liroinoQ.iinineTnblun Ail
drm-glsts refund the money if It fulls to ! cure.
KiV. . OroVc's li5i\nturnl \ onpnchbox 25o ,
J'lith ConuntfiloilVtirk. .
"Tlc | United tiUvtes go\onuncnt ,
thiongh the llsh coinmlsslon , has
made possible .some line .sport In west-
01 n streams that weio formerly almost
entirely without linny Inhabitants
have been stocked with trout , and
amply piotcctcd as they are by the
law , their number Is rapidly multi
plying. " Chicago Chronicle.
Von Ciui Get Alleii' I'oot-KiiMO I'Kt'.K.
Write to tiny to Allen S Olmnteil , I.e Hoj ,
N Y. , for .1 KItUi : nnlllp | of Allt'ii'a Toot-
Knse , .1 pouili'r to slii\Uo Into jour uliuon.
It cures tlreil , hWi'iilliiR , ilniii | , * wollon ,
nulling fi'pt. It inaUiM nou ut unlit xlioui
pi y. A rprtnln CHIP for form .mil lltinloni.
All tlniKKUU niul Khop itori" ) sell It'c. .
A liltI'lorU (
r.xrincr boj.s who like to shcot
liawks would have been delighted to
have .seen the Immense Hook of liawks
that .surrounded an Indiana town re-
centlj' . Tlieic must have been 5,000
in the ( lock , and at least -100 wore
killed befoie thublulsdoclilcd to move
on. What they wore doing or wlieio
they came fiom weio equal mjstciles.
Dyelnp Is as simple as washing when
you use PUTNAM KAUI3LESS DYKS.
Husband Isn't Ituboub time Mis.
Boiroro WH.S relinningonr call ?
Wife- Yes but If she does letnrn It
it will be nioie than she does with the
other things she gets from us. De
troit Pice Press ,
If You Hnvo 1 > yRpei ) U
H nJ no mnnoj , but write Ur , Hbuup. lUoln * . WU ,
Hoi HJ. for li boltlfiof Dr. Hnoop'n Hnflur llT l >
n.niialJ. H mreil.paiJSCO-lf not , HlifrM.
Tlie most of our mistakes come fiom
being In a hurry. Chicago Dally
Sr ! Wlnilon' * BOOTII1NO HYIIUI' for clillilrrn
Litlilntf , ' nodins tliv KIIIIII. letliuo luni nmtluii ,
llnv palu , iurr vrlml rullr. S5o buttls
The Vas ar college farm now cm-
biaecs 1M)0 ( ) acres of land.
lleit lllood I'urlflr In tli world , lleclpe It 00 To
Cure Urunknekt SimQnlt.li , lUrinleM , Hoclpt H5o
StnrSlHtUltr Co 7 W IVtli SI , UliUuiro-
UKAUnHJI. ( lOLUTIl'l'Hll't.N Hiul 1'iurl liolihr ,
llTt , hulile rurniulun nnil tiwUI'ii Homo .M Kuilii
oil fur Sic \HIrir llro 5 Mtli I'Um , ChUuKO , 111
ORANDOIKFH. Soml V5c itnJ ri t bonk und In
atruitloni how to rtmio * pull of Iftillo' or m1pr
II DO ilio < v furt5c Comuineit iln > Co , Turoiito , O
. L. DOUGLAS
$3 & $3.50 SHOES
Hie real nortli of my flOO nnil PIM ihnen romnarpil with
otlinriimkci la ft 00 to fr 00. My Sl.uo Hilt IMKK l.liiu tunnot to
foiulUHl iitnny jirlcc. llest In ttio world for mill.
1 miike nnil urn morn incu'n Iliiiliov , Joi > il > ri > r
% Vcltlli ni.SeMil ProccM ) . limn nn > illn-r iniumnif-
turrrliithewnrlil. llll puyWI , > < > ( > In liny olio \lliucitli
, u . .M-rnr
Tnkfi naiiihitllnlr ! Insist on liaMng W J. HoiiKltt'iilic ) < "J
nltli nitno anil lirlto stainpeil on liotloin.onr ilrnltmlKiiiltl
kei'p tlicm ; I K\O ! one dealer cxclushn nile In rn li town , ir
liu ilons not keep tlit'm unU will not uel llinn for JIMI , onli r
dlroct from furtory , eucloiliiR prlco itiil i' . rxlw for earn W.
O\ei 1,000 JOOwtislleiiwearere , > f MIIIHOitjloirfr. . e
TutCcUrKri > Uu4utlui i7. ff. L DOUGIAS , lirodlon ,
Every day you clean the house you
live in , to get rid of the dust and dirt.
Your body , the house your soul lives in ,
also becomes filled up with all manner of
filth , which should have been removed
from day io day. Your body needs daily
cleaning inside. If your bowels , your
liver , your kidneys are full of putrid filth , i
and you don't clean them out , you'll be in
bad odor with yourself and everybody else.
DON'T USE A HOSE to clean your
body inside , but sweet , fragrant , mild but
positive and forceful CASCARETS , that
WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP prepare
all the filth collected in your body for
removal , and drive it off softly , gently , but
none the less surely , leaving your blood
pure and nourishing , your stomach and
bowels clean and lively , and your liver
and kidneys healthy and active. Get a
50-cent box today , a whole month's
treatment , and if not satisfied get your money back but you'll see how the cleaning
of your body is
MADE EASY BY
ALL DRUGGISTS. SOLD IN BULK.
all lion el ( rouble * . anprndlrltU , bll-
loiiMie , bad breath , bad blood , wind
on tb Moimicli , bloated bowel * , loiil
* , - . . _ mouth , hcadachu , IndlgoHllon , plinplm ,
pain * alter oalln , II vnr trouble , Kulloxv complexion
und dl/.ilnckn. w licit > our boucli don't niovo r cu
larly you nio Krulnu nlcli. Coiiktlpatloii UlllM more
peoilu Ilian all oilier dlirancii lo-jotlier. It lu u
tnrtcr for llio tlironlu allnionl * and long yuam of
iillerlnu that roino allnrxvaril * . > > matter \iliat
ullH you , mart talcing < 'ASCAIll''l'S lo-duy , for jou
tvlll never ut-t ell and bo well all the ilino until
you put your bow l rluhl. Take
our advlci'l mart
with ( ) A.S\AHI'.T * to.d y , iind r an ub.oliite c"
uttie to eur or money refuudod , C3
DO YOU FEEL LIKE THISP
Pen Picture for Women.
" I nm so nervous , there. In not a
well Inch in my vv liolu body. 1 " o
weak nt inv sU-tn " 'h nuu Imvo indl-
ccstlem horrlblj , " 'i palpitation of
the heart , and 1 ivi. U/sing / flesh This
.headache and backache nearly killn
me , nntl yesterday I iiearl v had hyfltor-
ics ; Ihcrc in it weight in the lower part
of my .bowels . bearing down nil th
time , and pains In nly tfrOlns and
thighs ; I cannot sleep , walk , or sit ,
nnu 1 believe I am dlbcahcd all over |
110 one over suffered as I do. "
This is a description of thousands' ' of
cases which come to Mrs. Pinkham'a
attention daily. An inflamed and ul
cerated condition of the neck of the
womb can produce all of these syuip-
Mm JOHN WIUUMI
toms , and no vvotnun should allow
herself to reach Mich a perfection of
misery when there Is absolutely no
need of it. The bubjoct of our portrait
trait in this blcoteh. Mi.s Williams of
Lnglishtown , N.J. , has been entirely
cured of Mich Illness and misery by
Lydln K. Plnhlwm'fc Vegetable Com
pound , and the guiding advice of Mrs.
I'lnkham of Lynn , Mass.
No other medicine has such a record
for absolute cures , and no other medi
cine is "just ah pood. " Women who
want n cure should Innlst upon petting :
Lydia E. I'inlcham's Vegetable Com
pound when they ask for it at a store.
Anyway , write a lottcr to Mrs. rink-
ham at Lynn , Mass. , and tell her all
youx trouulea. Her advice Is free , ,
ELY S CREAM BALM
It U placed Into the nostrils ,
prenili over thn 'iiifmbrniio
and U abeorhcil. Hollcf lulin-
niedlnto , ltlgnottlrliiK , tlort
not produce turrzliiK.
DritKKlits , SO cti. ur lif nmll.
KLY llllOt ) M Wurtnm .N.Y.
"What sweet dears they tire , " sild
Blanche to Mlldied , icfeiring to a
squad of West Point cadets.
"Mo doubt/ they have allqualllied ab
mess hall by eating a gallon of molass
es , " added Mildred , who had been
leading the pioceedings of the. hazlnu
investigation. Detroit J ice Press ,
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FITS I nn > t liny' " usn of Dr. KUiit'n tlnwkt .Srrre
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