HANDBOOK OF INFORMATION Opinions of Users Every year Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is on the market more people are convinced that it is the only real "t^aby's" cough remedy, Mrs, T.Russell of Bleeker street, Toronto, says: "It is now some time since I first used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and it has proved so good that I think it only fair that I should tell you so. We have used it for our baby and it works like a charm. We always give her a little on any sign of a cough and so have never had any of the more serious children's ailments develop. We make it a point to always keep some in the medicine cupboard." Mr, J. H. Ellis, general merchant of Ellisboro, Sask,, says: "Many of my customers have spoken very highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. One in particular who bought a bottle of this remedy for himself and found that it did him good, but he found it most useful when one of his children took croup. He had noticed on the bottle that it was good for that disease, so gave if, and was surprised to see what quick relief it afforded the child, and it saved him a ten mile drive and a doctor bill," Mrs. David Malt by of Aberfoyle, Ont,, says: "My baby wTas sick for four or five weeks with a very severe cold on the chest. 1 thought he would die. I tried different remedies with no result until I bought Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the baby is now well. We have used it different times in the family, and can recommend it for young and old." "I have great faith in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It is the best thing I ever used for croup. No matter how bad they are it relieves them," writes Mrs. Osgood Moore, Coopers Mills, Maine. When Baby Has the Croup When one is awakened from a sound sleep to find a child who has gone to bed apparently in the best of health struggling for breath, one naturally is alarmed. Yet the attack can usually be relieved in a short time and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning feeling as well as ever. However 3 a child who has had one attack of croup is liable to have repeated attacks for several successive nights, so it is wise to be prepared. Quick relief may be had by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in repeated doses until vomiting is produced. This relaxes the muscles and empties the overloaded stomach. For it is a fact that an overloaded stomach usually precedes an attack of croup. A few drops of turpentine poured into a pan of boiling water and the child allowed to breathe the vapor is helpful. A very cold or hot cloth applied directly to the chest may bring relief. Every effort should be made to prevent the attacks by insisting on a. light evening meal and seeing that the child is warmly clad when out of doors. Never let the child remain with wet feet. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when hoarseness appears and the attack may be prevented. Some Tested Recipes Short Bread 1-2 lb. Fruit Sugar 1 lb. Butter 2 lbs. Flour Knead butter and sugar on bake board, then add flour until real stiff, press into cake tins about an inch thick and bake until golden brown. Hot Tea Scones 2 Cups Flour 1 Heaping Teaspoon Baking Powder Pinch of Salt and a small piece of Butter Rub all very fine and add enough sweet or sour milk to make a soft dough, Break off in small pieces and bake in a very hot oven from five to seven minutes. Griddle. Scones 3 1-2 Cups Flour 1-2 Teaspoon Salt 1 Dessert Spoon Lard 2 Teaspoons Cream Tartar 1 Heaping Teaspoon Soda 1 Tablespoon Sugar Mix with sour milk, roll out, cut in wedges like pie, and bake on hot griddle. Brown Cookies 1 Cup Brown Sugar 1-2 Cup Shortening 2 Eggs and a pinch of Salt Cream together and add 4 Teaspoons Sour Milk 1-2 Teaspoon Baking Soda 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon 1 Cup Raisins, Dates and Nuts, mixed 1 1-4 Cups Rolled Oats 1 Cup Flour Drop with spoon into lightly greased tins and bake in a hot oven. Apple Cake Pudding Peel and cut up enough apples to three-quarters fill a bake bowl, sprinkle one-half cup sugar over the apples and cover with dough made of 1 Dessert Spoon Shortening 1 Cup Sugar lEgg 1 Cup Flour 3-4 Teaspoon Baking Powder Cream together the shortening and sugar, add the egg and beat, add the flour and baking powder and enough milk to make a light dough. Steamed Apple Dumpling 1 1-2 Cups Flour 3-4 Cup Shredded Suet A Pinch of Salt Mix with milk to make a dough stiff enough to rollout. Line pudding bowl with dough, fill with apples, sprinkle over with half a cup of sugar, lap edges of dough over top and steam for four hours. Custard Sauce Heat one cup of milk, beat up one egg, one teaspoon of sugar, add a little flavoring and stir until it begins to thicken. * Serve with puddings.