DR. HAMILTON'S PILLS QUICKLY OPEN THE BOWELS AND KEEP THEM MOVING Absolutely No Griping or Distress WOMEN PREFER DR. HAMILTON'S PILLS BECAUSE THEY ARE MILD Those who need a laxative medicine that will stir up the liver and act promptly upon the stomach and bowels, Dr. Hamilton's Pills are recommended. To enjoy good appetite, sound digestion, to be brisk, full of "pep", always at your best, regulate your liver and bowels with Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Men, women and children can be kept in good health with Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Sold at all dealers in medicine. -1 RECIPES- FOR EVERY-DAY USE IN THE HOME SOUPS Oxtail Soup 1 oxtail 2 carrots 1 large onion 2 ozs. butter 3 cloves A sprig of parsley 1 wineglass of Port 1 lump of sugar 1 small teaspoonful of salt ^8 teaspoonful of pepper A small bunch of celery tops % blade of mace A small piece of thyme A small piece of garlic Chop oxtail into pieces one inch long, divide large pieces into four; cut cleaned carrots and onion in very thin slices. Rub a bright saucepan twice across the bottom with freshly cut garlic; add two ounces of butter, get it hot and put in the oxtail, carrots, and onion and fry a nice golden brown. Add five pints of water, boil up gently, simmer two hours; then add herbs and spices, and simmer another lj^ hours. Strain through a sieve, take out the oxtail, place it in a hot tureen, then reheat the soup, skim off the fat, add Port wine and serve at once. Gravy Soup 1 or 2 lbs. shin of beef Trimmings of meat or poultry A slice of lean ham Butter 2 onions stuck with a few cloves Carrots and turnips A shred of mace A bunch of green seasoning A lump of sugar Salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoonful of flour 4 pints of water Cut the meat into small pieces. Make the butter hot in a stew-pan, put in the meat and sliced vegetables, and fry until brown. Add the water, herbs, seasoning, and cook very gently from iy2 to 3 hours, then strain, return to the pan and boil again. Mix the flour smoothly with a little cold water, add it to the soup and simmer 5 minutes longer. Season to taste.