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ooo THE LITTLE SIMPLE ?ORM OF C00KINQ UNDERSTOOD. . Sarsaparilla Cures all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complexion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. LIT-TL- E American Housewives Have Not Paid Enough Attention to This Approved Method of Preparing Food for the Table. s ( Really a Serious Dilemma. "The chap who works on one side of me," said an office man. "has been married six weeks and he sneaks to the telephone about four times a day and calls up his wife, and then I hear hi in saying: 'Dear, how is your headache now? I hope you are feeling better." Then pretty soon he comes back to his desk and goes to work again all smiling. "The man who works on the other aide of me has boen married six years and he goes to the telephone only when he's called and then I hear him saying: 'Why, I can't possibly do that, I can't 6pare the money," and then he comes back to his desk all scowling. "And really, when 1 hear the way these two men go on I don't know mhat to do. I don't know whether to get married or stay a bachelor." hir-th"- Too Lavish. Mrs. Dobbs was trying to find out the likes and dislikes of her new increased boarder, and all she her sat Uf act Ion. "Do you want pie for breakfast?" she asked. thank you," said the now boarder, with a smile. "IMe for break fast seems a little too much." "That's Just the way I look at It," said Mrs. Pobbs, heartily. "I say pie for dinner Is a necessity, and pie for supper gives a kind o finishing touch to the day; but rie for breakfast Is what I call putting on airs." Youth's Companion. I h-- 1 Tt-lka- for my wife." "Yes, sir. About what price?" "Well, at such a price that I can say: 'iHi yoti see that woman with the tlsra? She Is my wife.'" s4 tnvia-- piM'rtMnt f"l1t r I want on ftr So d. Visible. Something had gone on an excursion-fo- r one day, taking Telka's noisy brothers with them, so there was none to dispute her possession of the narrow Inside, her mother and Jooruay. father had ceased thulr quarreling and were dozing in their chairs. So the bouae and even the street were unusually quiet, and Telka felt that she should have been well content. Hut bhe wasn't happy at all. Indeed, fche was almost In tears. A bimonthly dance at the settlement bouse was near at hand, and there was no one to take her to that festivity. To be suro, she could go with some of the girls; but her heart and her pride called for the corupany of big John. attentive had ho been until four months ago that even now nono of the other boys would dream of Inviting her. Telka almost wished that big John's great good luck had not come, for before he had been appointed to the small political Job us part of the a ward distinction organization which spelled the acme of success on their street he would have been eager to take Telka anywhere. Now, however, with plenty of money In his pocket, be scorned to go to the dnnees Juices. at the settlement house even called When first put over the (Ire the them "charity" and spent bis dollars steak should be held for two minutes as near the red coals as poshlhle with- freely each Saturday night at tho dance halls. out burning and should be turned It Is true that at first he had Invited every ten seconds. This Is to sear it Telka to these dance halls, but after over. After It is seared It should be she had declined aud had tried to perlifted and allowed to cook a little from the fire until done. After suade blm not to go he ceased asking the first two minutes It should be her to accompany him nnd went gayly crowd of boon companions. At turned only occasionally, and care with ashe had to struggle with herself, should be taken not to puncture the times for the fear that big John might find protective contlng with a fork. While some persous want th"Ir steak well some girl he liked who would not scruple to dance In saloons almost done, the consensus of opinion Is that overcame her Instinctive dread of such It should bo as rare as possible with-o- i her love for the "settle-tiieti- t being actually raw. For this de- places and who would be lady," grieved at gree, a steak an Inch thick will relack of prudence. quire six minutes. To be well done a her So. though tho day was fair and unsteak should broil 12 minutes, or even longer. These figures presuppose a usually quiet, Telka could not be very hot fire. If it Is not quite so hot happy. as It should be a longer time must be And as she sat and brooded she saw allowed. down In the next block John and his During the broiling process all the admiring friends sauntering In her didrafts of the stove should be openej rection. She darted Into the house, and the bed of coals should be bril- rummaged under the staircase and liant, without flame. The grate should dragged out a pasteboard box. It was be well filled, so as to bring the fire not exactly a treasure chest, but Its close to the meat. If any smoke or contents were very dear to Telka. flame Is present the meat will have a Out of a tissue paper covering she disagreeable flavor. The great chefs i hook a blue scarf. lturlng ber face prefer a charcoal bed for broiling. In Its folds, she kissed It. And If the One of the advantages of a gas range "settlement lady" could have seen the is that ait the meat Is broiled under rapture on her face, any doubts as (o (be flame Instead of over it the fat the suitability of her Master girt would does not fall Into the fire, but Into a have vanl.-beShe had felt that a pan beneath, where It rnnnot utart a pair of shoes wrmM have be-be(ter blaze (hat scorches ho meat. When for her charge, but the blue of the silk broiling on a wood or coal stove, lay was so like the blue of Telka's eyes the fat edge of the meat toward the that she had not been able to resist handle of the broiler, where It will be buying It for her. removed as far as Hslble from the The girl hastily draped the scarf r fire. Grease (he broiler before pul- over ber shoulders, nearly hiding ling in (he meat. poor gown, and slipped down sgaln to Season with salt and pepper last of ber seat on the steps. all and serve on a heated platter withfriends had reached t'lg John and hJs . out delay. the corner. seemingly preoccupied, could see out of the corner of her rye that big John was staring at Green Salad. ber. The veg3tables which are new at He passed her with a scant "Hello!" this time fresh garden lettuce, chicbut she observed that he looking ory, dandelion, watercress, romaine, back at hT as to went kept down (be etc., make the most refreshing green salads. Cilsp the green stuff in cold street In a few minutes be returned slone water an hour before drain per fectly dry, and seanon sitb salt, cay- He sank down on (he step teld her enne, olive oil and lemon Juice. May- as nonchslantly as though he'd seen onnaise, you must understand. Is dis- her dally lor h ls?t four months. ou'r looktn fino today. "flee, tinctly a winter delicacy and so one that bring no refreshment to the pal- Tclk." he s'id "Whre'd you g ( that -f bl ie thing ate at (hi time of year. For git nut lo the palk " 'You've grown considerable heuvl er'u you were. Pert,' Kiutua said to taliu. '1 heard you coming up the stairs plain as day!'" Youth's Companion. ".how me some tiaras, please. A op-stai- In view "of - "No. BLUE SCARF Telka believed that she should have been happy sitting on the doorstep that lovely Sunday afternoon. , ' " The large family of children the tact that broiling' Is Got it today. In iirnml liquid form or one of the simplest forms of cooking. tablets railed Sarauteba. 100 Done 1. It is strange that so many scorched and dried up or half raw steaks appear JUST A ''LITTLE MITE DEAF" on the American table, and If they are broiled properly the chances are that are not seasoned sufficiently. Any Circumstantial Evidence That Emma they Bteak, however tender, can be imArtlHclal Some Needed Salter ' by It, before broiling, proved rubbing Aid In Hearing. with olive oil or melted butter. After rubbing It In this way let It stand "You know how Emma Salter utcd half an hour at least, turning It onco to say she was a mite dent, but when time. Sometimes a little that during some she was real deaf she'd buy her vinegar about a of the kind of a contrivance bo's to make It best is aUo rubbedtablesponful over It. The acid Mrs. Jen paid for her easy friends," softens the fiber of the meat and the nlnga to her daughter; and the young oil protects the surface from drying. woman nodded, forbearing to remind The vinegar Is particularly useful In her mother that the span of her the treatment of tough steaks, but any was not precisely the duplicate steak Is improved by It. A tough piece of the old lady's. of steak like the round should stand "She never bought one, and she sevurnl hours after being rubbed with never will, now," said Mrs. Jennings, oil and but It 13 better not to vinegar, air. an had exhausted who try to broil round steaks. They will "1 hollered to her all the way out to be more or less while always the Light, and all the way back; mid they become dellclously tough, tender If while we were vtsltln' Mis' Oorham stuffed and braised or stewed slowly the sunset gun sounded and made a with tomatoes and savory seasonings. great noise. Just before dredge the "I thought sure she'd hear that, and steak lightly withbroiling flour. This, mixing I didn't suspicion how she'd hear It till with the forms a over the Uert Gorhnm come into the room a meat us Itoil,cooks, andcoating utii'ts In the second after. recol-tlon- ANNUAL A STEAK TO BROIL There may be people who think they always gt their, money's worth, but we never met any of them. (b! 1,- n show It olT'" who like g.irlic. (he cut end of a clove rubbed on a lit of toist, hich Is s Telka was rsdlanL ller itb the gn--afterwards tossed stuff, gives a delicious snap to (be John, back again! And an she walked dlfh through (he isrk with him h r admiration grew. He was so worldly snd seen so much of Infi'ienMal eopV bad Turkish Rice, bad bad bis new "job." And c ipful of fltice hewas l'ut Into a saucepan he evftt so dlnd (o be stewed snd strained tomatoes Add so blue scarf her her (list (old nn't a b,lf pint of Mock, one chopped ImJohn s ber eyes! had Oh. onion and salt snd pepper to taste. When the mixture comes to a stir proved! at her doorip I'.efore he left lit a cupful of well washed rice. "tir some he promiej to afterward hours l absorbed. lightly until (he llnor to the settlement hnus her (ske (hen mi. in a cupful of butter. Steam dance. Thn Telka's bsrt leaped, lo- e over a slow fire lor 20 ini:iu:e for f.e felt that If he ftT went (he lop, tir gently snd cover j ded. Ihe wlonn there: dnee hall wo-il- los with a cloth uhil the steam cas Mm charm Its Add a r pti,l of ,!tl chopped ar th As fhe carefully folded iiicat. Cook for anoih-- r three tnia-ii.e- blue It SSVn thf snd serve vrty hut. "Yon did It. tittle bins scarf," sb- - br Sill :. KNOCK- Jt t ") W '.. . . riw i 1 t & Nrfctt 4- hf j Hf-oiov- fr I Sk . H - in two li"le one onnd.t oftt alum remain over jerris of water. v .. . j I MUSIC LESSONS FREE ii lum ow iiowk wMi IK S ;tif. ft tt r. -. HTf n M I . Itrop ...'jt't TiT: f" iril OPIUM r mrS tr f w- jm i Dr Ua vmt I H h mvntr few(. ft S PARALYSIS ISrKK KWT.'' tvrr't !' e. Ft. miKWiM, l a. FREE in frmr n a"-- .' H uwaas l amta.rarr P.w .a. efvtmiv t f Svav. I i j "YO'I wl,lJred Irsci. ' nigbt, uritil sll the slum Is d'soolved Then, with a brufh, apply boiiir.g hot (o every Joint r trevlee In the closet rroton bugs. ant ,ir nhelvefi jockros'-besetc , li.trude. ler bsfk to m!" To Illfmiirh brrmbt ft, y af e all winter Oil summer home. 1 think in my apartment. X want one now my these oil stoves are wonderful. If only women knew what a If we could rejuvenate our house as easily as nature rejuvenates hers In spring what a Joy housecleanlng would be; and It la barely possible If we approach (he subject as intelligently as Dauib Nature does we might increase our delights nnd lessen our labors. Include In your 'plan a scheme o decoration and think it over several times seriously und carefully, considering not only the room itself but Its relation to other roams, for that Is equally essential, as every room bears au Intimate relation to those adjoining. When the rooms are ready for decorating have tho decorator ready for them, und be ready for the decorator with a definite plan and a fixed limit to the cost to be Incurred. I'lun your backgrounds so as to give not only the beat effect to carpets, furnishings and but also to the occupants of your home. Don't put a blonde woman In a rose colored room, or a brunette In a green room. Remember, (oo, that excessive pattern on your wall gives the room a crowd- surface. Clean all closets first nnd settle them again before beginning In the bedrooms. Leave mother's room to the last so that she may have a comfortable bed every night as a certainty. Then. too. It Is wiser to have one room in good order in case of or accident The cleaning or bedrooms includes the washing of blankets, the washing of beds If they are of ruetal. of springs, the thorough airing of mattresses aud pillows, the careful wiping of the floor, and. If the carpet Is not removed, the going over of that with damp cloths which have been Immersed in a carIII-n- Potato Puree. !, ul croutons Rhuhsrb Marmalade. Uh.ibsrh Marmalade: Kcr (hres quarts of (his delicious marmalade of rhubarb, 3'i (ake (hree pound uTidti of sugar. Juice and grs(ed rind of len.on to suit taste. Isoil all till thoroughly cooked, (hen. on removing from stove, add one pound of alrnonds chopped fine. Can and sa! In frelt Jars. For winter ue (his my t mad- - In the fall of (he year. mlii th rh'tl arb is ripe. Creamed Chicken. lice a coid chicken and fnmn viib r bniter pfi" lno s Iwt a tabi-oonfu- Continental Oil Company (Incorporated) ig- - FM.I.WH...HHW THE VOICE OF Michael Keenly Surmised Possibilities of Action Under the Circum- stances. Late one afternoon Michael Flannl-ja- n and Dentils O'Rourke met upon the avenue. Mike was considerably under ;he weather. "Molke." asked O'Kourke, "why don't yes brace up, and lave the dhrink slone?- - ma's a Presbyterian ttomach specialist." and papa's a A Surprising Event. Mr. Drown (rushing eieltedly Into the room) Marie, Marie, Intelligence dbs Just reached me Mrs. Isrown (calmly Interrupting him) Well, thank heaven, Henry. Ufe. g si-- 1 p,l!s! wi-f- a can oft ba prced a success In Ocrmssy, ' Stella V t 111 I II Ella Yes; I cuess there's some"' I fa. IU IU Which one? Noisy Nuisances. in uuing aoors ana winuowa represent a happy hunting ground for th disturbing winds. In fact, so annoying does the constant rattle of these openings become that many determined In- thai rflvlrlnnla rAanlvn Ia Iflmtt fresh air, choose the lesser of two evils and close the openings In preference to sleepless nights. This can be remedied If a small wedge of wood be driven In at the side of an open window: a door can be nrevented from rattling If a pad or strip of thick felt be nailed on the edge of the door. The annoyance of creaking drawers can be eliminated by rubbing common soap upon the top, sides and bottom of each. Creaking hinges on anything should be well oiled, while the grating. Irritating noise of a sewing machine can be overcome In a similar manner. Tho little noises wear away the patio n re that Is required for other things. It were foollxh to dissipate energy through the channels of Irri tated nerves wnen a nine time will obviate the nuisances. No man ran love evil for evil's sake as he ran love goodnees for goodness' Some Sweet Day You may be served with : 1 Post Toasties and Cream mmmm fl- - Inen I think thnnA fAllnwa bta Bft ting their heads together over some-- J Hard to Choos. "Kdward," said tie teacher, "yon hav spelled the word rabbit with two snko. Schiller. t's. You mut lenve one of them out." "Yes. ma'am," replied Never let matters come to an open Kdward; "whic h ctneT" rupture. ftw ppr HEADS USUALLY EMPTY.' CONSCIENCE d 1 - VI Kvery dealer everywhere ; If not at yours, write for Descriptive Circular to the nearest agency of the ba It ha melted tUr In the chicken and ball s cupful of rhopi-celery. When th f hit ken I heated add a cupful of for J. minute, stirring rran. cf al'ria!ly. If milk I uted Instead ,f rrrafn add (he yolk of an tg le-teln' the milk. H rve on toast. II e Oil CootVstove l snd ssiif-ppa- get thia stove aea thiit the name-platreads New Pcriectioa.M It has a Csbinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot. Th nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove ornamental atovea and attractive. Mad with 1, 3 and 3 burners; the 3 and can be bad with or without Cabinet. g table-spoonl- , Keiv7 IPerection bolic acid solution. "Oi've thried. Dinnlc. but the Job's Standing woodwork, windows and too big for me." doors require vigorous treatment, for "Thry this once more, Molke. Here's the bedrooms must be scrupulously a church fornlnst ua. Go In there, old man. and contlng and take a frish start. ClbBII. Next comes atairs and halls, and Ill valt outside." lie waited until he was tired, then, then we are ready for downstairs, letInto the darkened building, ter, fsr belter, take a day's rest here, peering; or leave It for another week, that the ctld In a hoarse whisper: Molke!" tired nerve aud the strained backs I'hwhatr may recuperate. "llavtyes confissed?" The downstairs ordeal begins at the "Ol buve that!" front of the bouse In living room, re"Where's the prast?" ception ball, or den, and moves " 'Kgorrah, Dlnnle. and Ol think he's to the back of the bouse, the (tone out to call a cop." Success Magfinul work btlng done In the kitchen. azine). Carpets, woodwork, and rugs. rugs, woodwork and carpets In each room A Divided Family. and every room require thorough The bright daughter of cleaning, and walls everywhere require a physician happened Into his recepwiping down with dry cloths to re- tion room the other day and a waitmove all pnoslble soil and dust. ing woman patient engaged her In conIliwfet leaning Is hard work, but It versation. need not be drudgery. The secret lies I suppose you co to church and In the definite plan. In unceasing pa- Sunday school T' she asked. tience, and possibly in limitless "Oh, yes, ma'am," she replied. and Infallible and unfailing "And what denomination do your good rial urn. parents belong to?" "Why." said the little one, "mamI'ect two dozen Isrgt ota(oes and four onions, put (hem In a saueepsn. with a littl pepper. aK nnd grate of nutmeg, add (wo quarts of milk, or one quart of milk snd one quart of atr. L t (hero simmer gently over a slow fir (111 the vegetables are thoroughly recooked, "train (brougb a fine turn (o the saucepan, and stir till boll-InAdd one heaping of butter, one gill f g.Kwl cream snd serve very hot with fried ' Cautionary Nete: Be aura but bottom of pot, kettle Un't heated. There la no amoke, no no drudgery in the amell, no outaide heat, kitebco where one of these atovea Is need. uptothj the room the actual cleaning. . Start at the closets upstairs and begin by removing all the clothing, giving each piece a thorough dusting, brushing, and airing, and washing all washable fabrics so as to remove every trace of soil or dust. Now. with good soap and water, whole II i Cook-btov- ed effect. Now to wash woodwork and floors.- - and if walls are soiled or paper torn tint the Cook-Stov- - . ty efficacious: Tbs sr serves that pfwl'im Mco-ienear the surface nf the nerk They Gilt Frame. Date Sticks. may be reached srd eompfete f,f flour of sulphur to Tske ifftrl'nt One np of hnajish walnuts broken, In the renter pipe Irig two fireers riebt to shout ' pints datf-s- , tlrre she of cut goifjn on fine, jne cupful of the brs't tone botwooti cmjijI of (he of powdered sugar, three tableapoon-ful- s (he twot"pcords that run up either side of water, and in this boil four or hrn!ed onfotis Strain off th liquid, of flour, one teasKKtiful of vanilla, af the nee and preslTig 1nsr. down- and when cold wash with a soft bruk 'sro etes beaten separately. Itako fu ward at d o itward A few mfnut' any gilding which requires o wPb paper una fiat tin In slow pressure of this Hr.d will inp tbe der them. bf. fharles mcrft ct.stlrist hlccoi;gli Crscksd Eggs. S Moody, la Outing. Take an erg with the shell cracked furnHurs Polish. ard wrsp It firmly 1r a rd- - of wated Steel Tsbleg fsf Aeroptans. Kqnal psrts of linseed oft. ftrpn In whlrh sestnl sparely at psrr sr.d twtt the Ah areplans line, vinegar snd spirits of wine Mode: When od, sbade the mlitore steel tubing takea th flaw of wool both ends. Th erg will boll as good Inslda will well end rub on the furniture with a or bamboo In the frsroee and planes as sny stid none of th corns thrmish the cracked shell. , has tpen comfort they are, they would all have, one. 1 spoke about my stove to a lot of my friends, and they were ished. They thought that there was smell and smoke from sn oil stove, and that it heated a room just like any other stove. I told, them of my experience, and one after another they got one, and now, not one of them would give her up for five times its cost.'" The lady who 6aid this had thought an oil stove was all right for quickly heating milk for a ba , or boiling kettle of water, or to make coffee quickly in the morning, but she never dreamed of using it for difficult or heavy cooking. Now she knows. Do you really appreciate what s New e means to you ? No Perfection Oil mora coal to carry, no more coming to the so out that tired table dinner you can't eat. Just light a Perfection Stove and immediately the heat from an intenae blue flame ehoote or oven, brlc-a-bra- Jom r.a't snd fnm. tines a (laficrnin complaint Manv cf sill top . tine a If simple mesres fall the fo'lolrg found '"I have been using a New Perfection for Systematic Planning Will Do Much to Get Away From Hard Labor Involved No Need to Do All Work at Once. Of yoo Nrecou3fca. is a d!1r.is!ng snd A' Storekeeper Says: A lady came into my store lately and said : HOW TO LESSEN THE DRUDGERY OF SPRING OVERHAULING. kitd s HAT ft hr ft UP CLEAN Then you will know what a dainty, tempting food you have heen missing. 5l$: . Ll m ted rnpnlar pkg. Ic Family sire 15c Sold by Grocers. Every serving wins a friend 'TlicMemory Lingers" Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Uattle Creek, Mich. - '