Easy Care for Uyspepsla. "As painful and annoying as dyspepBia is, it may be easily and quiekly cured if the sulïerer will only be careful in his daily diet," writea Mrs. S. T. Rorer in the Ladies' Home Journal. "Abstain for a given time from alt solid foods. Live for at least one week on milk, one-quarter barley water, or koumyss. Then, as the atomach growa stronger, take pure milk, sipping it end swallowing it slowly. You majr take also the raw white of an egg shaken with a cup of milk, Barthelow's food, plum porridge, a littl scraped beef broiled, and finally broiletf beef, boiled rice and pulled bread. A glass of cool, not iced, water should be taken the flrst thing in the morning. A cup of warm, not hot, water half an hour before breakfast. For breakfast, three ounces of milk mixed with one ounce of barley water. This schedule should be folio wed every three hours throughout the entire day for one week, taking the last glass of milk halï an hour before bedtime. Koumyss may b substituted for the milk or used álternately."