The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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How She Was Relieved from
Pain by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Taunton, Mass.—" I had pains In both
sides and when my periods came I had
to stay at homa
from work and suf-
fer a long time.
One day a woman
came to our house
and asked my
mother why I was
told her that I suf-
fered every month
and she said, ' Why
don't you buy a
bottle of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?' My
mother bought it and the next month I
was so well that I worked all the month
without staying at home a day. I am
in good health now and have told lots of
girls about it."—Miss Clarice Morin,
22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass.
Thousands of girls suffer in silence
every month rather than consult a phy-
sician. If girls who are troubled with
painful or irregular periods, backache,
headache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting Bpells or indigestion would take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, a safe and pure remedy made
from roots and herbs, much suffering
might be avoided.
Writ* to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for free
advice which will prove helpful.
(tlmnUte the torpid liver, strengthen the
digestive organs, regulate thehowels. Arem-
•dy lor lick headache. Unequaled as an
Elegantly sugar coated. Small dose. Price, 28c.
Broke Poor Father.
First Kid—We got a piano at our
Second Kid—So've we. We got ours
on the insolvent plan.
9LD G011 NEWS
BRIEF SUMMARY OF HAPPENINGS
FROM LAND OF THE
NOTES FROM GERMAN EMPIRE
au3 M nub £ekit
imb allen £aiibtctteit.
IF Hi IS TURNING
GRAY, USE^SAGE TEH
Here's Grandmother's Recipe to
Darken and Beautify
Itema About People and Affair# From
Across the Sea That Will Prove of
Great Interest to Many of Our Read*
Reports received by the Internation-
al agricultural Institute indicate that
the Austro-Uermans by next Septem-
ber will have a reserve of 400,000 tons
of wheat and rye. virtually the same
reserve as last September. The insti-
tute statisticians say the weather con-
ditions warrant the belief of fair crop!
in the central empires and they are
inclined to the opinion that there will
be no scarcity of food supplies. Be-
for the war the average Hungarian
wheat crop was 46,000,000 quintals.
This year it will probably be 41,000,-
000 quintals. The Hungarian potato
crop is estimated to be 7 2-10 per cent
better than in 1914 and the maize crop
2-9 of 1 per cent better.
• • •
Attempts in other countries to in
terpret the various pauses in the Ger-
man operations at Verdun as indica
tlve of the waning of the offensive or
the exhaustion of German troops de-
note failure to comprehend German
strategy. Officers say these pauses
are only a part of the general scheme
of operations, and are designed to pre-
pare for the successful stages of the
forward movement. It is said these
operations are intended to lead to the
capture of Verdun and hasten the ter-
mination of the war. The results of
the operations at Verdun thus far have
been fully in line with expectations.
• • •
"We Brazilians have the same lan-
guage as the Portuguese, but we do
not consider ourselves sons of Por-
tugal." said Baron Oscar de Teffe,
Brazilian minister to Germany. "The
Brazilian government will not take
any measures which would violate the
strict neutrality which Is being ob-
served by her," he said. "My govern-
ment is perfectly well Informed con-
cerning the German situation." The
mlinster said recent rumors that it is
the Brazilian government's intention
to follow Portugal's example and seize
German interned ships must be ac-
cepted with reserve.
Kidney Medicine That
Stands the Highest
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only ho had by brew-
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul-
phur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray or streaked, just an
application or two of Sage and Sul-
phur enhances its appearance a hun-
Don't bother to prepare the mixture;
jrou can get this famous old recipe Im-
proved by the addition of other Ingre-
dients for 50 cents a largo bottle, all
ready for use. It Is called Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur Compound. This
can always be depended upon to bring
back the natural color and lustre of
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly no-
body can tell It has been applied.
You simply dampen a sponge or Boft
brush with it and draw this through
the hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair has
disappeared, and after another appli-
cation it becomes beautifully dark and
appears glossy and lustrous, This
ready-to-use preparation Is a delight-
ful toilet requisite for those who de-
sire dark hair and a youthful appear-
ance. It Is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.—
Farslghted Is the man who doesn't
allow success to throw him off his
guard against a reverse of fortune.
Parade grounds and rifle ranges ln-
AuBtrla and all other lands set aside
for military use aro to be devoted aa
far as possible to raising food. The
war office has directed that such
ground is to be planted with oats
peas, beans, early potatoes and fresh
vegetables. Throughout the country
the military authorities are warned
that they must refrain from doing the
least damage to crops, no matter how
small the area. Every available plot
of ground must be used for Increasing
the supply of food and fodder.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. H. Eskuchen, Germans,
who have lived at Edmonton, Canada,
for some years and accumulated con-
siderable property, arrived in St. Paul
aud state that they were compelled to
leave thfi country within 24 hours be-
cause of their nationality. Mr. Esku-
chen says that an edict was Issued
compelling not only Germans, but all
persons with German names, to leave
the country Immediately. The exiles
Hay they had Just time to sell their
farm equipment before departing.
It Never Came Back
Backache Sufferer! Thousands will
tell you what wonderful relief they
have had from Doan's Kidney Pills.
Not only relief, but lasting cures. If
you are lame in the morning, have
headache, dizzy spells and irregular
kidney action, don't wait. Use Doan's
Kidney Pills, the best recommended
special kidney remedy.
An Oklahoma Case
Mrs. D. B. Hayes,
611 Webster St., Wood-
ward. Ok la., says: "I
was troubled terribly
with kidney complaint
but had failed sc
many times to get re>
lief, I had given up
hope of being cured.
My bladder was in-
flamed and I had con
stant pains over my
Kidneys. Finally, I
used Doan's Kidney
Pills and they cured
me. That was four
years ago and I am
Klad to say that the
cure has lasted."
Get Doan's at Any Store, BOe a Bo*
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big Book of Troth and Facts To-Hay. *
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The long-expected Bplit in the Ger-
man Socialist party as the result ot
the political situation created by the
submarine warfare controversy In the
relchBtag haB occurred. A new party,
consisting of 18 Socialist members,
was constituted by the radical wing
after a Socialist caucus had decided
to exclude Deputy Haase for a breach
of discipline. The total number of So-
cialist members In the relchBtag Is
100. The dissenting minority consist-
ed of 30 Socialists.
• • •
Herr von Heydebrand, conservative
leader In the reichstag, is described
as "the new hope of the democracy"
by Theodor Wolff In his weekly re-
view in the Tageblatt. Herr Wolff,
commenting on the conservatives' sup-
port In the reichstag of their resolu-
tion regarding the conduct of the war,
says: "Many of ub have always been
convinced that the political progress
of Germany is only to be expected
through the conservatives."
« * •
German officials repeat the state-
ment that submarine warfare will go
on In the limits set by the German
memorandum to neutral powers of last
month, but that the demands of those
who wished to see the indiscriminate
torpedoing of "whatever comes in
front of the torpedo tubes," to use the
expression of one ot those who advo-
cate this policy, will not be fulfilled.
• • •
The establishing of a new ship line
to ply between Austria-Hungary and
the United States is planned by a
combine of interests of the Hamburg-
American line, the North German
Lloyd and the Adrla line. A capital
of 10,000,000 crows will be invested in
the undertaking and It is planned to
put in service a number of the large
• • a
The drain and exactions of war
weakened the police force of Berlin
and a throng of women promptly came
forward to offer their services.
(S§ unterliegt feinem Stoeifel, bafj
ber SBunfd) nad) Srteben nirfjt nut
bie ftriegfiil)rcuben, fonbern aud) bie
9?eutralen befeelt. ®od) feiner tnitt
ben Slnfang mit grieben30ert)anblun-
gen madjen. $ie Slfliierten geftefjen
tro^ itjrer furdjtbaren SBerlufte unb
fdjtoeten Sftteberlagcn rtictjt ein, baB
fie befiegt fiitb, toeil fie fid), tt>ie bet
©rtrinfenbe an ben ®trol)f)alm, ~
on bie $offnung fatten, bafc bie
ftrcifte ber 3entralmad)te bemnad)ft
crfdjopft fein miiffen. Gnglanb, urn
beffen 9iuf al§ SBeltmadjt e8 fid)
Ijanbelt, fpornt feine SBafaHen 8U hu-
nter neuem SBiberftanbe an. ®abei
iff aber fur jebermann Ieidjt crfidjt-
Iid), baf? bie StriegSmubigfeit in ben
9teil)en ber Sllliicrten, (Snglanb nidjt
auSgenommen, gebiefjen ift. Safyer
bie fortm<it)renben giifjler, bie Srie-
ben§geriid)te unb gefcilfdjten 8™*
betiSbebingungen, toeldje t)on Eeutfdj-
Ianb au?gegangen fein follcn. 23at)-
renb in ber SCnt aber leutfdjlanb alS
ber ©ieger rutjig auf feinem ©tanb-
fcunfte berljarrt, bafe bie 93#fiegten,
bie Miierten, auetft mit "ftriebenS-
borfdjlagen fjerfcortreten miiffen.
3ur ©teucr ber SBafjrfjeit f)at fid)
<Prafibent 2BiIfon toeranta&t gefefien,
bie Dor einigen 2Bod)en oerbrei-
tcte' 93ef)aut>tung 8U toiberlegcn, bafc
£eutfd)lanb im Segriffe ftefje, burd)
bie 23er. ©taaten J$rieben3Dorfd)lage
3U madjen. $m ©eifcen $au§ ttmrbe
bie folgenbe offijielle @rHarung er-
„<£er ^rcifibent bementiert bie Sct-
tungSmelbungen, nad) benen ber 93ot-
fdjafter ©erarb angeblid) feine &e-
rien tierfdjoben Ijabe unb in berlin
bleiben foil, urn grieben?borfd)Icige
ber beutfdjen Stcg'erung abjufoarten.
$iefe ©d)Iiiffe toerben burd) nidjtS
(Sine af)nJid)C (Srflarung ertiefe ba§
©taatS • Scpartement unb Don offt-
jiofer ©eitc murbe mitgeteilt, bafe
ber ©otfdjafter feine gerien nur Der-
fdjoben babe, toeil er in ber nadjften
Seit midjtige ©efdjafte ju erlebigen
Unb Don berlin toirb biefer gnc-
ben§fd)toinbel burd) folgenbe Sttadj-
ridjt Dom 22. SDicirj toiberlegt:
$ie bauptfiidjlid) Don ben 93er.
©taaten onS uerbreiteten ©eriidjte,
nad) bciten ber JSrieben unmittelbar
beDorftefyen foil, finb DoHftdnbig
grunbloS, fomeit fie Teutfdjlanb be-
treffen. Son mafegebenber ©eite
toirb entfdiieben in Stbrebe geftettt,
bafe ein ©runb fiir bie §offnung auf
einen balbigcn $rieben8fd)litfe Dor-
banben ift. SlHerbing§ munfelt man
aud) in Teutfdjlanb beftiinbig iiber
58erl)anblungeu, bie in ber ©djiDeij
ober in anbercn neutralen Ciinbern
im @ange fein foUcn, aber e§ ift
nid)t§ an biefcm Oerebe. SBabr ift
mir, baft gettrifie gaftoren, bie in ber
©eltDoIitif eitie midjtige 9ioIIe fpie-
Ien, beftiinbig „^iif)ler" au§ftreden
bi§ bet Dreufjifdie aKilitariSmu# 8«-
SIu3 praf)lerifd)en 3Ieufeerungen
be§ britifdjen Diinifterprafibenten fat
ba§ beutfdje 2Jolf bie Ueberieugung
gerconnen, bajj auf grieben ntd)t ju
faffen ift, folange Gnglanb burc^
fdjtoiilftige 9U)etorif, ftatt burc^ SCet'
nunft geleitet toirb.
Some twelve years ago I began handling
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and we have
heard nothing but praiBe for it a it seems
to give entire satisfaction in every instance.
From the manner in which customers speak
of your remedy, we have learned to place
sufficient confidence in it
Bwamp-Root above all other kidney reme-
dies. From the demand I judge it to be
the most generally used kidney medicine
in this country, and reports regarding it
are always favorable.
Very truly yours,
C. H. McCOY, JR.,
South Heights Pharmacy,
702 Porter St. San Antonio, Texas.
Jan. 11th, 1910.
Storbifdje flJiiidjte fteljcn gnfotnmra.
bie bier iiber bie fiirjlidje ftonferenj
ffanbiitaDifdjer premier* entgingen,
laffen erfennen, baft gragen Don
toeittragenber 28id)tigfeit in biefer
3ufammenfunft, ber atoeiten feit
2Iu§brud) be3 ShiegeS, befproc^en
tourben. ©ereit§ bie erfte ftonferenj
in SJialmo, ©djtoeben, fatte in 33e3ug
auf bie ©emeinfamfeit ber ^nteref
fen imb baber ber ^olittf ©inmiitig-
fcit flejeigt unb e§ ift nidjt au§g^
f^loffen, bafj infolge ber jiingften
3ufammenrunft ein engerer fanbeI8«
politifdjer 9Infd)Iufe ber brei norbi*
fdjett 2)fad)te fid) enttoicfelt. $er
fann bereitS f;eute al§ eine 5tatfad)e
gelten. 3n Sonbon unb ^3ari betont
man bie 9tottoenbigfeit einer iiber
ben ®rieg t)inau3reid)enben ^anbelS
3tUianj. 3n ben er. ©taaten, bie
aHein fd)on ein a#unggebietenbeS
2Birtfd)aft§gebiet bilben, Plant man
5Riidfebr jum §od)fd)ufooH unb em>
pfic^It gleid)3eitig banbeBpoIitif^eS
§anb in ®anb - ©efien mit ben fiib-
amerifanifdjen ffiepublifen. (Jin ett-
gere§ 3ufammenfdbliefeen ber ffanbi-
natiifdjen 5Reidbe ift alfo ein ©cbot ber
©elbfterfaltung unb biefe 5^rage
tourbe baber auf ber ftonferena ein-
gebenb befprodien. ©benfo jene ge-
meinfame ^SntereffcnDertrctung bet
betv fommenben SriebeuSDerfanblun-
Dr. Kilmer fc Co.
Bln<hamton. N. Y.
Prove What Swimp-Root WiU Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot-
tle. It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor-
mation, telling about the kidneys and blad-
der. When writing, be sure and mention
A man thinks he is misunderstood
because he doesn't know himself.
"He Who Will and Does Work Will
As In tha United States It Is said,
ntM11_, „„ r that the Mennonites in Canada aro
to recommend very much oppressed, and have to suf-
fer from a great deal (on account or
the War in Europe) and I have been
requested to write something about
this, I will do so.
I came with my parents A. D. 1874,
from Southern Rus>
sla to America,
South Dakota, and
A. D. 1907 I came
with my family
here to Western Canada, her® we have
found a healthy climate; the acre
yields on an average more and wheat
is better than In South Dakota. What
concerns the Government, up to now
we have had a good one, have been
able to live according to our creed and
have not been oppressed in any way,
and I believe: All Mennonites, who
vvnen writing, uc ouic •uu *** * , , •
paper. Regular fifty-cent and one- ] live according to the fundamental De-
r size bottles for sal* at all drug UefB 0f the Mennonites and to Goas
word, as their guide, will agree with
Ask anybody about
Sooner or later the high flyer must
pay up or come down.
LADIES CAN WEAR 8HOES
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-
Ease the antiseptic powder for the feet.
Shaken Into shoes and used in foot-bath.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight shoes feel
easy, and gives instant relief to
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Adv.
Try it today.
25c. For FREE trial package,
stands in with
BABIES AND GROWING CHILDREN
need a tonic to tone up the system and
regulate the liver. Mothers are con-
stantly using with wonderful success,
our "Plantation" Chill and Fever Ton-
ic. Pleasant to take—contains no Cal-
omel. Price 50c.—Adv.
He, who, here In Canada, will and
does work, will not want. So much a>
Remain your friend,
(Sgd.) DIEDRICH GOOSSEN.
Very few farmers cultivate the habit
of keeping careful accounts of their
receipts and expenditures, showing at
the end of the year a balance, either
for or against. The farmer of Western
Canada is no exception to this. It la
felt If more careful book-keeping were
reBorted to there that much better re-
sults would be ob-
ment Shows a Divi-
dend of 58% In
Alas for the intellect when the un-
derstanding is limited only by the size
of the feet!
SKmtgel an beutfdjen Baren.
SBorait gnglanb jebenfaH§ faum
gebad)t faben toirb, al§ e§ fidj Dor*
nafjm, ben beutfdjen$anbel mit iiber-
feeifdjen Canbern total 8" unterbin-
ben, ift bie getoaltige Steflame fiir
$cutfd)Ianb, bie barauS entftanben
ift. Mentbalben fefjlen beutfdje SBa«
ren. S" &en ®cr- ©taaten toerben
bie beutfdjen ftarbftoffe ant empfinb-
lidjften Dermifct; fogar bie SRegierung
Dermiftt fie. 51)fan Dermiftt bier aber
aud) bie beutfdien 9IraneimitteI unb
bie beutfd)en Cinfen unb 93ergtof?e-
rungSglafar. $n ben fiaboratorien
ber §od)fd)uIen toerben bie ©djiiler
Don ben 2ef)rem forttoafjrenb er-
mabnt, redjt Dorfid)fig ttft! ben ®Ia-
fern um3ugef)en, ta fein Grfafc au8
$cutfd)Iunb ju erlangen fei. 93e-
ftimmte 5trjneimittel, bie au§£eutfcfj«
lanb bejogen toerben unb nur bort
bergeftellt toerben fonnen, finb fo rat
getoorben, baft fie *ef?n- unb Ijunbcrt-
fad) im ^preife geftiegen finb. 9IBer
toabrenb bei itn§ ber SMangel an
^arbftoffen ber fiiblbarfte ift, ba totr
eiite fad) enttoidtelte 5tertilinbuftrie
baben, toirb in mandjen anberen San-
bcrn ber Mangel an Strjneicn am
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents.
Other Things, Though.
Bill—Didn't your ocean trip take all
of the ginger out of you?
Jill—Ginger? I didn't eat any gin-
"Do you know, John," remarked
Mrs. Jaggs, as her liege lord stumbled
upstairs, "that I've been awake for
hours waiting for you to come home
from the club?"
"If that ain't just like a woman
growled Jaggs. "Here I've been at
the club for hours waiting for you to
go to sleep."
talned and shown.
There la the case
of the Crowfoot
Farming Co., of
It has Just issued a certified statement
of its operations for the years 1912,
1913, 1914 and 1915. This Company
has had for the past few years about
1300 acres In wheat and between 200
and 250 in oats. The total operating
and general expenses for 1912, includ-
ing interest at 6% and depreciation at
15%, were $12,587, for 1913 $17,506, for
1914 $18,729, and for 1915, $29,804.43.
Expense per acre of land in crop was
$7.80 in 1912, $11.57 in 1913, $11.70 in
1914, and $17.87 in 1915. Total re-
ceipts were $15,531 in 1912, $30,661 in
1913, $31,589.87 in 1914, and $62,520.26
in 1915. The percentage earned upon
capital invested was 6^% in 1912,
80% in 1913, 23 1-3 In 1914, and 50% in
1915, in which year it paid a cash divi-
dend of 58%.
The Company's statement shows
that the average dates of finishing
seeding was April 20th; the average
date commenced cutting was August
Women with the most cheek do the
aw: = w
aud) im ^arlontent ber einen oer an-
bern ber friegfiifaenben 9Jiad)te an-
Mticrte miiffen SSorfrfjlage matfjen.
5n $eutfd)lanb ift bie grieben§
frage officii nid)t metjr ertoatjnt
toorben, feit ber Slanjlcr £r. D. SJetlj-
mann $olltoeg bci ber groffnung ber
SReid)§tagSfeifion fagte, baft baS 9leid)
SBafljtngton. $a§ Sergbau-
bureau fat unentgeltlid) 3el)n Cel-
raffiitier • ftirmen bie 93enufcung bet
Grfinbuitg be§ in bem bureau ange*
ftellten ®r. ©. ft. 9tittman jur ©e-
toimtung eine§ fafaren ^rosentfafeeS
Nearly all of the prominent business
men of America have some connec
tlon with the church; many of them
are conspicuous leaders of Christian
enterprise. Industrially they are Doc-
tor Jekyll; ecclesiastically they are
Mr. Hyde. What use is there in gloss-
ing the matter? They are proud of
being just and fair where it is an
economic necessity; they are brutally
callous where it is a religious grace.
The employer who dare not rip
faithful but gray-haired mechanic from
his lathe and throw him upon the
mercy of the community will tear
faithful but gray-haired preacher
from his pulpit and drop him upon
the lean, cold bosom of charity.—Jo-
seph H. Odell In Atlantic.
Knew How to Get Part of tho Break-
JU ieber 8"t bereit fei, S3orfd)ldge an. ©afolin ait? rofam petroleum unter
jufaren, aber bie SlQiiertcn fid) bie ber ®2bingung geftattet, baft bie be-
tsbce au§ bem tfopfe fdjlagen miiftten, treffenbeit girmen alle ettoaigen pa-
ieutfd)Ianb ruinieren ober bemiiti- tentierbaren Serbefferungen be8
gen ju fonnen. Ter STait^Ier tourbe 5?erfafaen§ bem ©efretiir be§ ^nnern
bamalS fd)arf fritifiert, ba bie briti-1 iibertaffen. ^urd^ bie allgemeine
fdje i'reffe feine ?leufterungen natiir-1 (Sinfuljrung be§ SerfafaenS toirb
lid) Dcrbrebte unb bap benufite, ber, oorau fid)t!id) ber ^?reiS be8 @afo-
SSett Dorjureben, baft ^eutfcblaub 1 lin§ fiir bie ^onfumenten fid) niebri-
Dor bem Qirfammenbrud) ftefie unb 1 aer fteUcn, 3iirnal fid) ergebcr^fat, baft
utn J5rieben bettle.
(J§ tourbe batjer befd)Ioffen, baft bie
3entra!mad)te offisiell nidjt met)r
iiber ben reben toerben, bis
bie Sntente eine Dcrniinftige $altung
aitninnnt unb einfietjt, baft itiriraum
Don ber ®ernid)tung S:eutfd)lanb§ itie
Dertoirflid)t irerbeti fann. ^njtoi-
fdjen toerben bie militarifdiem'Riiftun-
gen in einem Umfang fortgefe^t, baft
ba§ californifdie Ccl, toelcf)e§ man
bi§fjer fiir bie ©afoIingetoinmntG
al§ teertloS betroc^tcte, bei bem 5Ritt-
man'fdien 5Serfafaen rei^Itd^ ©afo-
Jvfirfotge fiir 5lrbeit3lofe.
Have Hanford's Balsam on hand for
It always amuses a woman when she
sees a man posing as a wise guy.
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today for free 36-page recipe book and full
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LARGEST MACARONI FACTORY IN AMERICA
w. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 16-1916.
93 e r I i n. 11m arbeitSIofe pettit
(arbeiterinneit gu befdjartigen, fat bet
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" 'I know one dish I can prepare for
breakfast as well as any cook on
earth,' said my husband one morning
when the cook was ill and he had vol-
unteered to help get breakfast. He
appeared with his dish and 1 discov-
ered it was Grape-Nuts which, of
course, was easy to prepare for it was
perfectly cooked at the factory, but it
was a good Illustration of the conven-
ience of having Grape-Nuts about.
"We took up Grape-Nuts immedi-
ately after returning from a five years'
sojourn in a hoi country. Our stom-
achs were in bad condition and wa
were in poor health generally.
"In a day or two we liked Grape-
Nuts better than any other kind of
food on the table. We both gained
steadily in health and strength, and
this was caused by Grape-Nuts and
"A friend of ours had a similar ex-
perience. She was seriously ill with
indigestion and could find nothing to
eat that would not give her heartburn
and palpitation, especially at night.
"She found that a small dish of
Grape-Nuts with cream made her a
satisfactory supper and gave her a (
comfortable night's rest In a short |
time she gained several pounds in
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