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Thursday. NovernU THE LEHI SUN. LEW. UTAH SHE WENT FROM BAD TO WORSE Down to S8 Pound Finally Restored to Health by Lydi E.Pinkham' Vegetable) Compound Cleveland, Ohio. "After having my first baby. I lost weight, no matter what I did. Then a doctor told ma I would bo better If I had another baby, which I did. But I got worse, was always al-ways sickly and went down to 98 pounds. My neighbor neigh-bor told me about Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- Found, as It helped her very much, so tried It After taking four bottles, I weigh 116 pounds. It has just done wonders for me and I can do my housework house-work now without one bit of trouble. Mbs. M. Riessinoeb, 10004 Nelson Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. If some good fairy should appear, and offer to grant your heart's desire, what would you choose? --..Wealth? Happiness? , Health? That's the best gift Health Is riches that gold cannot buy and surely health Is cause enough for happiness. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Com-pound may be the good fairy who offers you better health. DEAFNESS HEAD NOISES BttUVtdbp LEONARD EAR OIL "Rub Bick of Eire" Tfii- INSERT IN NOSTRILS At AQ Druggists. Price ft Folder about "DEAFNESS" on requett ft, l USUIB.IM, TO tm Its, In Tot HANFORD'S Balsam of Myrrh Since 1846 Lai healed Wounds and Sores on Man and Beait AI fcilwi srs MrtWfawl t wfaaJ mi mtatj br Ux - firit kattlt li nt mite. Too Much Soot According to reliable estimates, enough Boot and dirt float ovtr American Ameri-can cities In one year to bury every street on Manhattan Island to a depth of 21 feet It would form a pyramid 1.500 feet high and five miles across nt the base, If gathered into one large mass. These calculations have been prepared on actual measurements of the soot and smoke found In the air nt different times of the year and over many different cities. Popular Mechanic Me-chanic Magazine. Diplomatic She Do you like to hear me Ring? He Yes, denr. It makes me forget my other troubles. The BABY 4J . No mother In this enlightened agt would give her baby something she did not know was perfectly harmless, especially when a few drops .of plain Castorla will right a baby's stomach and end almost any little III. Fretful-ness Fretful-ness and fever, too; it seems no time until everything is serene. That's the beauty of Castorla; Its gentle influence seems Just what l needed. It does all that castor oil might accomplish, without shock tc the system. Without th-revll taste. It's delicious I Being purely vegeta-able, vegeta-able, you can give It as often as there's a sign of colic; constipation; diarrhea ; or need to aid sound, natural nat-ural sleep. Just one warning: It Is genuine Fletcher's Castorla that physicians recommend. Other preparations may be Just as free from all doubtful drugs, but no child of this writer's is going to test them ! Besides, the book on care and feeding of babies that comes with Fletcher's Castorla is' worth Its weight la gold. Children Cry for , X c XT'- m ,iSsitmm $3 3 i i (IS Daddy's ?dEveiii Fairy Tale dyyW GRAHAM BOMBER SETTING TO RIGHTS It was morning when they arrived. The trip had not been so very long and yet it had been quite' long enough. But they were here at last, and Clocky was just the most wonderful help in the world. At the very last he had remembered, "just In time," as he said, to write a note to Grandmu so she would explain ex-plain that they were all quite all right, and to let her Into the secret se-cret of where tlie.v Note to Crandma. had gone though asking her to keep It a secret Grand ma, they knew, could keep secrets. Mr. Todd loved to set things to rights. He began to do it now. They were all as busy ns could be. The place seemed lovelier tlian ever. There was the old deserted house with a few old bureaus, one stove, a broken- down sofa and two broken chairs. In It. And there were two unlatched doors and one window without any glass through which you could get Into the house. The birds were singing and chirping, chirp-ing, the bees and Insects were humming, hum-ming, chipmunks and squirrels seemed as busy as could be, but though there was not a sign of a person around besides be-sides themselves It didn't seem lonely at all. They fixed a lovely bed with swearers swear-ers and the old rugs for Crystal, and she had a nap right away. Teddy helped Mr. Todd to put up the hammock ham-mock and then he continued to work over his boat. Mrs. Cackle and Kip began to look for worms and to scratch about In the ground and seemed to be well pleased with their success. Saucy Susy liked the field and Mr. Todd milked her and they all had nice drinks of warm milk. Then Saucy Susy went down to the brook and waded, looking around her as though she liked everything well enough which was as much as Saucy Susy ever liked anything. A little after this Mrs. Cackle laid an egg and Mp aid, too, and they clucked with delight. ' Peter Murrav s,eenied to want to run races with the breezes, for he ran back and fortti with such delight that even his little black and brown ears looked happy, too. He knew how to look after Sau'cy Susy, though he wasn't a regular regu-lar cattle dog, but just a black and white fox terrier with some touches of brown to his ears. Ada put Angelina Adorable to sleep on an old stump covered with moss with some sweet ferns over her for a blanket. Angelina Adorable loved the smell of sweet ferns. Then Ada went exploring with Teddy Ted-dy and Peter Murray, and when they got back Mr. Todd had dinner all ready. They had the two eggs for dinner, too, though It was hard dividing them up, but they were afraid Mrs. Cackle and Nip might be hurt If they didn't thank them In this way. It was lucky Mr. Todd had remembered to bring plenty of food, although they did wish he had remembered to bring salt for the cold meat and the eggs. But they didn't like to speak of this when he had remembered to bring so much. In the afternoon they went wading In the brook and played and walked and explored some more so that they were hungry for an early supper which Mr. Todd fixed and for which they had also picked many raspberries. rasp-berries. Clocky was tak ing- a rest. He said he needed It after being so exact ex-act for so long time. "Time," he said, "hurries too much. What's the good of It all, 1 say? Busy as Could Ea. So I'm tnking It easy." . Crystal felt sleepy long ahead of bedtime. 1 N "It's the air." Ada said. So they fixed her a lovely bed by the ed;e of the woods and ns she was about to gn to sleep Ada said "You know I think I could sing a lullaby. "Can't make me mad," said Teddy "I won't be offended." said ' Mr Tod.l So Ada sang as Crystal went off to sleep. His Motive Visitor Are you going to be a great man when you grow up. Willie? Willie You bet! I'm going to be nrt Arctic explorer. "I like your spirit, my boy. There Is a great deal of glory In a career of that kind." "Yos'tn, uud you don't never have to wash your face unless jou want to." ninncQ -assert rHIC OF VELVET; NOBBY TRAVEL WITHOUT a doubt velvet will be "the thing" for the winter season. sea-son. Its constantly Increasing use by leading Paris designers is assurance of Its dominance among fabrics for the months to come. For Instance, there's Louise Boulanger making the greater number of her dressy coats in velvet, and fur, and Worth the same. For this winter Suzanne Talbot has In her collection many velvet ensemblesdress ensem-blesdress and bonnet to match showing show-ing a superb embroidery design. Jenny makes frocks of velvet, tuning them to youth. A suit of bine velvet speckled v Uf - i f " i : Wj A s. II i,;:;vf-t?H At m y r ; ' r 4 1 ? A :S hX I h - I'M- -At A J ? 1 1 r I v i isLv;i h yA , r" Two Interesting Models. with white emanates from the atelier of Agnes. Others of the haute couture are creating jacket suits for country club affairs, some all of velvet, some with contrasting skirts. Perhaps the most novel Item of French origination Is the velvet shawl, rectangular in shape and with long matching fringe on three sides. ' Now all this, and infinitely more which could be told, bespeaks not only the tremendous vogue In sight for velvet but It also emphasizes the versatility of velvet which ranges from sheerest transparent weaves to fancy sports prints, likewise the ver- if Woolen Coat Trimmed With Lynx. , satlllty of Its many adaptations from sports to the exclusively formal. For matinee and bridge women ot fashion are showing much enthusiasm for the velvet ensemble, such as Is shown to the left la picture above. It has a smart silver cloth blouse which looks Its handsomest when the jacket Is removed. Also please make a men tal note of the fact that the hat worn with this costume Is also of velvet In accordance with fashion's latest decree. de-cree. The season's two most popular fabrics fab-rics make the c'it frock to the right AND TOWN COATS soft chiffon velvet In a dark-green color col-or "piped" with gold cloth. Subtle design and color glory coin-bine coin-bine In the new wholes weaves as never before In the history of fashion, fash-ion, at least of American fashion. They do say that the Kngllsh have known and appreciated all along the possibilities In sturdy cloth for outdoor out-door apparel, und that we In America are only Just now waking up to the fact of the infinite charm of cheviots, of tweeds and other materials of like character. Well, If we were not awake before we surely are now. In regard to the beauty ot rough surfaced woolena which tarry unique patterning ex pressed in colorful tones. It Is wortn while to saunter through the sportswear sports-wear sections of our larger' stores and through exclusive shops, jusl to see '"what's doing" In the way of coats and ensembles for sum rl towu and travel wear. The marvelous woolens which go to make up the new coats are falrl) breath-taking in daring ot modernist!' design - as expressed In artful color Mendings and contrasts. See. for ex ample, the modernistic-ally designed coat in this, picture. This lynx fui VKST " -x- i - trimmed model expresses the erj latest for sports and travel wear. Not ouly is the patterning ot the cloth ol outstanding interest but the culm scheme Is captivating. ' Among the last-word modes the coat l bold patterned woolen which hat-an hat-an linjiosiug collar of self-material, at tracts because of its uovelt) and lis "something different" aspect. Some these collars are so dej-ismed as tc fall into a graceful capelet effect, when not doing duty op hIm.ui 1 1 throat and chin. ' JL'LIA IMirroMI.KY . Westers Mcwspapci I'Dlu&t ii - ... - ii uut if 1st lEnsr-:-.. i Uhe-Kitchen yffifW-Y-Cabinet jQlgrggH . 1927. WMtern Newspsper Unlon.t If the poor man cannoi always get meat, iher ts consolation at least In the fact that the rich man cannot olwayi digest It Giles. GACSATH DAY MEALS In so many homes the Sunday meal Is the one looked forward to, when all mnv he at home and around the family board. The average family expects ex-pects a feast on that day, or a meal out of the ordinary. With the overworked riiother this meal Is an added burden. If the family would all help a little it may be served with liUle work and worry. Vegetables may be made ready the day before, the meat roasted roast-ed all ready to be warmed over and served hot. The salad, If prepared of vegetables with gelatin, may be on Ice or In a cool place nil ready to serve as the dressing. A dessert which may he made the day before Is best and with the help of the family In setting the table, little work is required of the housemother. Gelatin desserts or Ice cream prepared and frozen by father fa-ther and the boys Is very easy to get ready. As the Sabbath Is the day set apart to rest it does not seem quite fair that mother, who works hard all the week, should have an added burden for Sunday. Sun-day. tn many homes the boys and father or the girls get the Sunday night lunch, Inviting in a friend or two for the occasion. Of course they are not always careful about leaving the kitchen in order, but it teaches them the value of the knowledge of simple cookery and Is invaluable to them all through life. What an accomplishment for your son to possess to be able to prepare and serve a good simple meal. Emergencies Emer-gencies always arise when such knowledge knowl-edge will be very much worth while. For the evening meal, milk toast, soups of various kinds with croutons, omelets, rarebits, sandwiches with cocoa or coffee are always In season. A dessert of cake, Jam or fresh fruit will make a meal most satisfying. An onion sandwich is much liked. Chop the onion and spread it with a bit of mustard, salt and pepper and a little salad' dressing on the buttered bread. Seasonable Dishes. Now that the green and red peppers are plentiful in the market, dishes in l which they add flavor should be served. Pepper Omelet Beat the yolks of, three eggs until un-til light add a te a s p o o n fui of Hour, one-half tea- spoonful of suit, three tablespoonfuls of cold water, a speck of cayenne and a tublespoonful each of minced green und red pepper. Lastly fold In the stiffly beaten whites and cook as any omelet Slip onto a hot platter, surround sur-round with a little tomato sauce sprinkled sprin-kled with minced green peppers. Serve hot with corr cakes. Summer Squash With Tomatoes and Corn. Cook one small onion chopped, four tablespoonfuls of butter, nnfll the onion Is browned lightly. AdJ the corn cut from foi, ixms, th:ee tomatoes toma-toes cut Into cubes and one summer squash cut Into small pieces. , Sprinkle with salt and pepper and simmer, covered, cov-ered, thirty minutes. Apple Goody. Slice apples to fill a deep dish, squeeze over them the juice of a large orange and a little of the grated peel. To a quart of apple add one-half cupful of sugar, dot with butter but-ter and bake until soft The last of the cooking sprinkle the top with chopped almonds. Serve cold with cream. Chicken Soup a la Messonier. Re-beat Re-beat three quarts of chicken stock and thicken with four tablespoonfuls each of browned flour and butter hlended with a little cold stock. Add one cupful of blanched almonds chopped fine, two hard-cooked eggs coarsely chopped. Season with salt and pepper and a pinch of nutmeg. Add a tublespoonful of Italian paste and sprre. Lemon, orange and pineapple vie with cream as the favorite "trimming" for the cup of tea. Cut thick slice? and if large cut the slices into quarters. quar-ters. If some like cloves stick n few into the lemon or orange slices, leaving leav-ing some without, so that all tastes' may be served. Date Cookies. Take one-fourth cupful cup-ful of butter, add two-thirds of a cupful of brown sugar and one beaten egg. Sift together one-half teaspoon-ful teaspoon-ful of salt three teaspoonfuls of baking bak-ing powder and two cupfuls of flour. Cut line one-half cupful each of dates and nuts, add a teaspoonful of grated orange peel and mix all together w ith two tablespoonfuls of milk. Flavor with vanilla, drop and bake In a hot oven. Peanut Brittle. Shell one "quart o! r-eanuts, remove the brown skins and chop or roll until somewhat br.ifeen. Put a pound of sugar Into a snoofb cmelet pan and stir over the bopf until melted to a sirup. Add the nut meats and pour into a well hntfere pan. adding a fourth of a tenspoonfu! of soda to the sirup before the nuts F.reak into piecs"when Ci-ld. Mi "Haw 7)w iiMarket mm if-; : sumcrsareinsistingoQri form color. now-a-dlL ts no real dairyman can aifbrdT trust to luck any more, vl your butter always that E0lS June shade, which brinfs?: prices, by using Dandelion ftf f ter color All large creXj have used it for years. It m f all State and National EJl Laws. It's harmless, ta! and will not color ButternSi only 35c at all drug and grocery stores. We3i & RicbardMa Co, Inc. - Burlington, Vermont fnnaMji ffH-VMniififfont Won, i . local accounts. Salary 30 per nS References. J. Jl. Hawkins, Ardlci 68 Gibbon Road. Klngaton-on-ThmMT 729 ACRE SHEEP OB DAIRY FAM Peg-iam, Idaho. Barn 30x80, 400 CrH! canal. Plenty water. Snap $12 OM , Address LEVI ALAND. Pegrani, ij LEARN BARBERING and alway, bT secure employment. Write for particular, S. tibTfc or cukuwits. in ki-.t k. bm uj HOT FLl'SHES and other synww High Blood Pressure are quickly k S.M DM. Con - , OVi - turn. AJit.o., u.m -i aut-i&uu, (Jlljl A BEA IJTI FJJL COMPT FXION fof Ask yolirdealorfor KKKMul.A oriS.I - n,va Bur Wool Comfort Batts In S Ii. 4 suihclent for one comfort; cUan K colored wool; $2.26 del. parcel po i Comfort Batt Co.. Box 1391. Charlotte,!' Don't ienore i he danfreraiflmi i t achinsr eyes, red lids, blood not eyeoaiiB. mtcneii Eye 8alve removm irritation, irrita-tion, reduces iouan jnation, soothes pain. HALL 4 KVCSEL 147 Wtverly PL, Hew York rjs" PARKER'S HAIR BALSAS! l ?,b I RemoTeaUandruff-stopsHaifhg Restores Color tal Beauty to Gray ud Fxfej i quo. ana 1. w at uruwra 1T.ORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for ef connection with Parker's Hair balsam. Hii-!-hair soft and flnffr. 60 cents by mail or u r eists. Iliscox Chemical Works, Patcbopie,!, The Silver Lining Wealthy Cn rent What Is tf prospects If you marry my daup; Poor Suitor fXcellent, If I it your dnushter. sir. Answers, f Stop Coiighinf The more you cough the worse you and the more Inflamed your throat! lungs become. Give them a chaicif heal. Bosdiea's Syrii has been giving relief for slxtrl years. Try it. SOo and 90c bottles. Jt at your drug store. G. G. Greei,i-Woodhury, Greei,i-Woodhury, N. J. I For Proper Sleep "Too many women," says the te of home economics, "are satis:-, their bed has a smooth exterior,! realizing, perhaps, that sheets pull up at the foot, or blankets slip sidewise are not condticm unbroken rest I "There Is a special art In mati bed properly. The lower sheet sir go on right side up, large hem i: head, and smoothly tucked up four sides, with the corners fol miter fashion. - "The upper sheet should be pt wrong side up, so that when tie -ls turned over the blankets to their edges clean, it will be right up. Upper sheets and blankets st be tucked In generously nt the 3 first, the hem folded down, and the sides folded In." Kansas Star. Clean Kidneys By Drinking J Lots of W Take Salt to Flush Kldneyi; Etadder Bothers or Back Hurts Eating too much rich food nail duce kidney trouble In some ; says a well-known authority, &f the acids created excite the Then they become overworked,! RlnrHsh fntr nn bth! rause M- of distress, particularly backa misery In the kidney region, matlc twinges, severe headache stomach, constipation, torp ' sleeplessness, bladder and nrina-1 tation. The moment your back harts neys aren't acting right, or if J1 good water and also get abort J ounces of Jad Salts from MH pharmacy; take a tablespoons. glass of water before breakfast few days and your kidneys J net fine. This famous salts M from the ncld of grapes w Juice, combined with litliia. HJ-j been used for yeas to fiasb kidneys and stimulate them lty; also to neutralize the l the system so that they r" i-Irrito.te, i-Irrito.te, thus often relievinS disorders. J Jad Sslts cannot injure "' , makes a delightful effervesoeEV water drink which million5 and women take no x and tbeB -J keep the kidneys and ur'nflf? , clean, thus often avoiding sen0, j ney disorders. b aennu LA EYESH MB!