BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
TEACHER PAYS IT
(iC), l'J2;i. Western Newspaper Union.)
It is true that often t lie tilings we
hope for fail tt put in their .appear
ance, hut think of the wonderful com
pensation we Ket in the Rood things
that appear so unexpectedly . 1 lu.U.
Made With Raisins
-and already baked for you
SAVE the trouble and the
time of baking pies at
home, yet give your men
folks pies that are exactly to
Master bakers and neigh
borhood bake shops in your
city are making luscious
rahin pie fresh every day.
Your grocer or these bake
shops can supply them.
Taste them and you'll
know why there's no longer
need to bake at home.
Crust that's light and
flaky tender, thin-skinned,
juicy fruit, the juice forming
a delicious sauce t There's
nothing left to be desired in
Made with finest seeded Sun
1560 calories of energizing nu
triment per pound in practically
predigested form. Rich in food
iron, also good food for the
Make cakes, puddings and
other good foods with them.
You may be offered other
brands thnt you know less well
than Sun-Maids, but the kind
you want is the kind you know
is good. Insist, therefore, on
Sun-Maid brand. They cost no
more than ordinary raisins.
Mail coupon now for free book
of tested Sun-Maid recipes.
The Supreme Pie Raisin
your retailer fhould sell you Sun-Maid Raisin
for not more than the following prices i
Seeded (in 15 oz. blue Tko-) 20o
Seedleu (in 15 oz. red pkga.) 18c
Seeded or Seedless (11 oz.) 15c
Seeded, in tint (lioz.)ZOa
Seeded, in tins (Soz.) 15o
CUT THIS OUT AND S V. N D IT
Sun-Maid Raitin Growers,
Dept. N-540-1 3, Fresno, California.
Please send me copy of your free book,
"Recipes with Raisins."
Declares Tanlac Ended Indiges
tion, Chest Pains and Palpi
ue Package j Cm. Statf
Few Purebred Bison. Says the Pessimist.
There are but '.'.''.11 pure Idoodool "Married 1 ai ne-s i- the period he-
biM'ti in the world, and '.'.C f these i rt ,.,) huvipu the furniture ami sellins
I. re Ml '1:- Trilled S'ates. of which if." -Krlil Sliiip.
.mh one hundred are running w :!!. -
" Kt man hugs the .lehi.:,,n that
A reput.at hai is : - t get ; , takes soonT or later he Will invent Sotlie-
wars to liiiih! a cbnrnrter. thing that will n.jiki1 liifti rich.
Use glyeerin instead of oil to lubri
cate the egg benter, meat cutter and
such utensils, as
it will not impart
a taste to tfc.
Rub the grater
lightly over a
burned cuke, hold
ing it so that the
crumbs will fall
off. If carefully done all of the
scorched cake will be removed. i
To dry lettuce tiuickly for serving. ;
wash and wrap in a large cloth, step
nut on tlje porch and whirl the cloth
wveral times. This will dry the let
tuce. If time is not pressing, just
hang ii in the cloth.
A v chest of soft wood, well oiled
oi.ee' a year with oil of cedar is just
as effective against moths as the best
To clean a rusty knife, thrust it into
an onion and leave it for a short time.
When washing dainty white under
garments, add a tahlespoonful ol' sugar
to the rinsing water; this will stiffen
and gie them the new look after iron
ing. ('lean velvet with gasoline-moistened
cornmal; rub well, repeat until all
soil is renyived, then brush with a
stiff brush. Very delicate velvet can
be cleaned with flour and gasoline,
making a paste, then proceed as above.
White gloves may be cleaned with this
A few drops of kerosene on n cloth
will keep the bath tub and sink clean.
Save all bits of parathn left from
jelly glasses. A small bit added to
the hot starch will keep it from stick
ing when Ironing. A piece used with
the stove cloth will keep the range
shiny and clean; It will aNo eep it
from rusting, if the Move is not in use
Into a pan which lias been soon bed.
place a ten- nful of soda ami e..hl
water to cover. S't on the hack part
if the stove and the dish w ill bo .-a-ily
cleaned after standing a.i hour or tAii.
liuffah. bugs am) moths do not en
joy t urpent inc. 1 'ut a small w ad of
cotton hatting uioi-teno,l with terpen
tine in hies or drawer- where such
insect- are found.
W'hr ! lea r. v . a at t no t. Ka-ial-
aata.-r l-ar .'. ia' naaa a total h1 k
at' , ,iu!i!:, aui it i!o. s ao-an frce.Iom
1 1 a i : i i that w !!.!. v.oul.l han.j'-r aiai
wiil.hoi.i you rro!:; s.e s.s Atkinson
"Tanlac has improved my general
condition ten times more than I antici
pated," recently stated Herbert A. Gup
till, a well-known school teacher of
Kezar Falls, Maine.
"My trouble began with a sudden
loss of strength. Almost everything I
ate disagreed with me and caused a
sickening sensation that remained th
me for hours. For months I found
breathing difficult on account of in
digestion, and had such chest pains
and palpitation I thought my heart was
affected. I also suffered greatly from
headaches and nervousness, seldom
slept well, and felt fired and worn
out all the time.
"Since taking Tanlac no kind of food
hurts me and T have a wonderful ap
petite. -I have gained ten pounds,
breathe freely, sleep perfectly, and feel
as strong and well as ever in my life.
Tanlac is certainly a superior medi
cine." Tanlac for sale by .all good drug
gists. Over ad million bottles sold.
Advert isement .
In Rural Maryland.
"1 low did v on know that w a
trb't of Columbia automobile'.-"
"I can distinguish any of "ei in the
distance," rephed farmer Cornlossel,
"by the rattle of their numerous
SHE DYED A SWEATER,
SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Pach package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple any woman can
dye or tint her worn, shabby dresseg,
skirts, waifts. coats, stocking, sweaters,
coverinps. draperies, hangings, everything
even if she has never dyed before. I'.uv
"Diamcnd Dyes '- no other kind her,
perfect home dyeing is sure because Ilia
mond Dyes are guaranteed no; to spot
fade, st real-: . or run. Tell your dnijra-
whether the ni.iteri.il von wih to dve
SICK, CROSS CHILD NEEDS
"CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP"
MOTHER! Move Child's Bowels with this Harmless
Laxative Children- Love Its Taste
If your child is constipated, full of
cold, has colic, or If the stomach is
sour, breath bad. tongue coated, a tea
spoonful of "California Fig Syrup" will
never fad to open the bowels. Tn a
Millions of mot hers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today may save a sick child
tomorrow. It never cramps or over
acts. Ask your druggist for genuine
wool or sib;
or mixed gi
r whet her it i- linen
few hours you can see for yourself "California Fig S';. rup." which litis dl
hovv thoroughly it works the eor.siipa- ; sections for babies and children of all
tion poison, sour bile and waste right ; ngo printed on bottle. Mothers, yon
out and you have a well, playful child 1 must say "California" r r' U may get
again. ' a u i a : i " a t i on s, r . ; . .
ract ;v e sauce
I Hg, g-j. IQ Mining German Potash
The South learned years ago that Kainit
and the other German Potash Salts pre
vented Cotton Rust and other plant
diseases, and at the same time greatly
increased the yield.
Scientific investigations now show that
both Potash and Magnesia are helpful
in combating plant diseases.
All the German Potash Salts that are
used in Cotton fertilizers contain soluble
If you will insist on having your fertilizer
contain at least 5 per cent of Potash de
rived from Genuine Gennan Potash Salts,
you will secure at the same time enough
magnesia to insure against plant diseases
due to magnesia hunger.
For Tobacco, and for those Fruits
which are injured by Chlorin, the fer
tilizer .should carry iO per cent of Pot- '
ash, derived from Sulfate of Potash or
from Sulfate of Potash Magjiesia.
Use the latter if your Tobacco leaves are
SOIL & CROP SERVICE, POTASH SYNDICATE
H. A. HUSTON, Manager
42 Broadway New York City
to the. center
this p'ace a
and pour the
A Uio-t a
with c.,M i.'inb ,s
Sauce. Take one-four t h
of a cupful of vinegar,
one-fourth of a cupfu! of
eai It of orange juice and
chopped olives, one ta
b!e-po,uifu! of s u g a r,
one-fourth of a cupful of
finely minced mint leaves
l'.et stand after mixiiiL'
on the back of the range
for an hour. Serve cold.
Lamb, Oriental Style. Take otjc
poutiil of the shoulder of lamb, one
fourth of a cupful of chopped onion,
one cupful of lamb broth, two cupfuls
of canned tomato, two cupfuls of string
beans, "pepper, salt and six tublespoon
fuls of flour. Cut the lamb in two
Inch pieces, brown in a hot, well
grea sec" frying pan. then put into a
cassei!e. l'ut the fresh beans, onion,
toinaio. salt and broth onto the
meat and cook until tender, well cov
ered, ibauove the meat and vegetable.-
of i he platter ; around
bonier of cooked rice
gravv around the lice,
par.-ley and serve.
Bresd, Cheese and Custard Dish. -
This is a good dish for supper or
luncheon: Spread slice- of bread with
;i thin coating of bailor and sprinkle
generously with grated cheese. Place
the broad in a v oil buttered baking
dish. When bread and cheese suf
ficient to serve the family is placed
pour ever a custard, using a pint of
milk, two eirgs and a bit of salt and
paprika. Dust the top of .he dish
thickly with paprika and bake in a
moderate oven until the custard is
set. Servo hot from the dish. Properly
fiaked this dish will tie like a puffy
Chopped Steak en Casserole. Put
two cupfuls of finely chopped steak in
a well-buttered casserole, season with
celery salt, stilt, pepper, mushrooms
and tomato catsup or Wot cestershire.
Surround the steak with riee, pour
over two cupfuls of boiling water and
bake for an hour and a half in a
moderate oven. Keep covered while
cooking. Serve with tomato sauce or
Chicken Terrapin. Chop one cold
roast chicken and one parboiled
sweetbread fine. Make a cupful of
rich white sauce with cream and four
tnhlespoonfuls each of lititter and
flour cooked together. Add the chick
en anl sweetbread, cut into pieces,
season w ith stilt and pepper to taste.
Let It heat over hot water for fifteen
minutes and just before serving add
the yolks of two eggs well beaten and
one-fourth cupful of orange juice.
made in Kuropo :"
"l ''a n't s;,y Shi- ea"! ." V l.ed Sel,
;i!r S"ta!,ii'n. "1'p ri. Mm- pre-. i,t
moment -..me ,, tln.se na'mn- d.-n't
Seel! i to me ' " l.a , a". ' ' ' a: oven -. i
far as to , ,; i . ., t '..;! thoughts "
Was;!. in- i-m Star.
"COLD IN THE HEAD"
Is nn a-"ute attack 'f Xasn! Catarrh
Those subject to frcaaerit "ids" are
penerallv ia a "ran down" en: 'dd:n.
T?AI,;.'S CATAURH Ml : I'd' ' i N'T-: ) a j
Treatment cons'sfti k r f an ( nr.' ia-at . t.i
he used hi.Mllv, ari a Tor.'r. wi.i. y. n ts
Quickly throu-h U Bl J ..a r'a. M :-
cmia .Surfaces. bu'.Mirt. ap th. System,
and making vvi less linbh- tn "elds" !
Sold hv draf;;::-tF for ..ve- f Years.
F. J. Chen.-v & CV. . T.dcdn. ' a I
Chest colds -broken!
Inflamed membranes, congestion,
oppressive pain. Apply Sloans to chest ri
and throat It scatters congestion ff&l
r tl&l SjH m I f I q i III H
Uv-iriiir.V A Til m il I ti t i
-your cold is gone!
"The denti-t s.:id aa :a
"11" sad! a m..n;l.fu'."
If Dot Oid ij yuur dru'.t. wt1L WlcterMoaltb CbeaUcai Co.. LtwziQl. Kr.
A Lady of Distinction
Is recognized by the delicate, fascinat
ing inlluenct) of the perfume she uses.
A bath with ('uticura Soap and hot
water to thoroughly cleanse the pores
followed hy ;l dusting with C'uticura
Talcum powder usually means a clear,
sweet, healthy skin. Advertisement.
Tortoise Wins Again.
Salesman for Harold's Comedo
fan I celluloid':
Theater Manager -I slices so.
You nver can kne-- how superior to othr
preparations Iar. I'eery's "I'ea4 Sli. t' is un
til yuu have trh'd i: once A smK'e di.se
cleans out Werma or Tapeworm A.lv.
Men who pick out actor- for the j
movies se a man a- others see him.
They tire experts in faces. I
A woman is never satisfied with
herself until she has put it all over
her neighbor some wnv.
Check it with
tixtjamily cough syrup J
i'j wm mm vi it mm vm
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Salivating,
Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset You Don't
Lose a Day's Work -Read Guarantee
You're bilious ! Your liver is slug
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad ; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But
don't take salivating calomel. It
makes you sick, you may lose a day's
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's
when you feel that awful nausea and
If you want to enjoy the nicest,
"gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced just take a spoonful
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to
night. Your druggist, or dealer sells
you a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
for a few cents under my personal
money-back guarantee that each
spoonful will clean your sluggish
liver better than a dose of nasty calo
mel and that it won't make you sick.'
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
ing because you will wake up fee'ing
fine, your liver will be working, jour
headache and dizziness gone, your
stomach will be sweet and your bowels
regular. You will feel like working;
you'll be cheerful and full of vigor.
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Give it to your children.