GOOD COOKING AND USEFUL INFORMATION Candy Recipes Fudge.Take two cups of brown sugar, two-thirds of a cup of-milk, and sdme butter the size of a walnut. Stir all together until dissolved and boil for three minutes, or until a drop hardens in cold water. Remove from stove and beat until a thick cream. Pour in buttered pan and cut in small pieces. Cocoa Fudge.-Cook plain fudge as above, and when ready to remove from stove, beat in two tablespoonfuls of cocoa and beat as plain fudge. Pulling Taffy.Take one pound of brown sugar, one cup of molasses, one-half cup of water and butter the size of an egg. Boil over a hot fire until it hardens when dropped in cold water. Pour on a greased platter. When cool pull till light. Taffy*Take three cups of granulated sugar, one-half cup of vinegar, one-half cup of water and butter the size of a walnut. Boil without stirring until it hardens when dropped in cold water. Flavor and pour at once in buttered pans. Chocolate Fudge.Two cups granulated sugar and two cups of brown sugar, one cup of milk, butter th^ size of an egg, one-half a ten cent cake of unsweetened chocolate grated. Boll until it hardens in cold water. jfeiiiove from the stove. Stir in half a cup of chopped walnuts and one teaspoon vanilla. Beat until it stiffens, Pour into buttered tins and mark off in squares. Chocolate Caramels.One pound sugar, one-quarter pound of butter, three ounces of unsweetened chocolate (grated) and one dessertspoon of vinegar. Put the sugar in a pan and add just enough water to dissolve it. Ad.d the butter, chocolate and vinegar. Boil, stirring often until it becomes thick and hardens in water. Pour on a buttered ,pan. Cut in squares when cool. Unable to stand outdoor work in the cold weathercomplaining constantly of a pain in the backworn out, weak, practically worthless on the job That was what the foreman told him. "Jim," he said, "there must be something" wrong" with you. Have you ever had lumbago before or any kidney trouble?" Jim replies, thoughtfully, "Well, I haven't felt right since I had the grip. Ever since then I've been having" these pains in my back, but I don't know what causes them." "It's probably your kidneys," the' foreman tells him. "Well, there's an easy way to overcoming- your trouble. Have you ever heard of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets? They relieved me of kidney trouble a year ago, and I can't praise 'Anuric' too highly. I was just like you." Jim decides' that he foreman is right and gets a package of "Anuric" (kidney-backache) Tablets from his druggist, it isn't long before he is his old, vigorous self again. . Hundreds of folks in this vicinity have "Anuric" to thank for their good health. If you want a trial package of Anuric, send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Laboratory in Bridgeburg, Ont. It costs you nothing to consult Dr. Pierce by letterwhy not write?