Dr. Chase's Catarrh Cure clears the air passages. HEADACHE Is never a disease in itself but rather a symptom. When it is not an accompaniment of fever or some acute disease, it is usually associated with indigestion and may be described as nervous or bilious headache. Nervous headache is the result of a run-down nervous system and is usually most severe after some excitement or strain of the nerves. No amount of headache powders or "quick cures" will ever bring more than temporary relief and even that is with an enormous waste of nervous energy. Because Dr. Chase's Nerve Food forms new, rich blood and creates new nerve force it is the most certain and most satisfactory treatment for nervous headache that was ever discovered. It is not intended as a relief but as a thorough and lasting cure. Bilious or Sick Headache results from sluggish action of the liver and bowels and is quickly overcome by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. NEURALGIA Is a disease of the nervous system manifesting itself by sudden pains of a sharp darting character. While sometimes directly caused by exposure to cold and dampness it really results from anaemia, a watery condition of the blood, and can be entirely overcome by the persistent use of. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, DAINTY DISHES FOR THE INVALID KUMYSS. § cake yeast. i tablespoon ii tablespoons water. sugar. i quart milk. Make a thin syrup of the sugar and water and cook one minute. Soften the yeast in two tablespoons of lukewarm milk. Heat the milk until lukewarm, add other ingredients and shake. Bottle and place in upright position for twelve hours, and keep in cool place. Ready for use after the first twenty-four hours, but the longer it is kept the less palatable it is. It should look like thick, foamy cream. Kumyss is especially suited for many forms of indigestion, nausea, fever and gastric trouble, pulmonary consumption and other wasting diseases. FI.AXSEED TEA. 1 tablespoon Juice i lemon, whole flaxseed. Sugar. 2 cups cold water. Wash flaxseed thoroughly, put it with the cold water in a saucepan, simmer one hour, add lemon juice and sugar to taste and strain. If too thick, add hot water. Valuable in case of inflammation of the mucous membrane. BEEF TEA. $ pound steak. Salt, i cup cold water. Wipe steak, remove all fat and cut in small pieces. Add cold water and soak fifteen minutes. Put in a jar and cover; place on trivet in kettle and surround with cold water. Allow water to heat slowly; do not have it reach a temperature higher than 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook two hours. Strain and season. (Continued on page 10).