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MODEL V. Ml. <
Evory community that counts lts<
in tho building which houses the Y. M
its activities. Whero once a store or
tho most modern typo of building Is nc
Ity for promoting tho work, and soi
Bcraper. The new Y. M. C. A. bulldli
one of this class.
For the present hot weather the
hammock support designed by an Indiana
man is highly appropriate. It
enables tlie owner to swing his or her
hammock wherever desired,'on rough
or lovel ground, to be always sure of
shade and to have the hammock at
any height from tho ground that is
convenient. The support consists of
a pair of standards with an awning
top. Tho standards are made with
sliding rods and either or both can J
he regulated to any height. If the 1
ground is too uneven tho standard on
the 'hlgher part can ho shortened or |
vice versa. The whole affair is con- |
structcd with an eye for stability, and
when set up will bear any weight the
hammock cords will hold without
breaking. Tho canopy top makes it
possible to swing the hammock in
open spaces, where there is plenty of 1
breeze, but no other shade. Unfor-!
tunately, shade and breeze do not
naturally go together, but the owner
of one of these supports need not
worry about that.?Washington Star.
JWAlZn, NEW PRINCE OF
WALES, AND HEIR TO i
Ladder of St. Augustine.
Iris who wish to spend the pres year
well and to develop their
resolutions should always bear
itin11 ine lamous lafl.ler of St.
stlne and its Ave steps, which
"I am," "I know," "I can," "I
," "I will," says Home -Notes,
every Klrl have confidence in
f and say "I am;" let her deier
intellect and say, "I know;"
pause befo e saying "I can" to
flsive step; above all, let her
f honor tell her when to say
t," and let her make up her
surmount all difllcultics and
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jlf a city has in its midst a stronghold
;. C. A. and serves as headquarters fo
small building nnswered this purpos*
>w required, equipped with every facil
aietlmes of the dimensions of n skj
lg at Detroit, shown In this picture, 1
A Hoodoo liocomotive.
A locomotive with probably th
bloodiest record in the world cut u
capers in the local yards here to-nlgh
was stripped of two side rods and
largo piece was broken out of th
drive wheel when it jumped tho trac
while pulling a local freight out c
The engine is Rio Grande No. D0(
The hoodoo which goes with this ei:
glno is so strong that no experience
engineer can be Induced to sit in it
cab. The number was recontl
changed from 1 2 to 506, but the cm
The engine has pulled trains wblcl
have been in accidents in which man
more than 100 persons have bcei
killed.?Grand Junction Correspond
ence Denver Republican.
The Man of the Hour.
How Weasels Carry Kggs.
On Wednesday morning of las
week a weasel was surprised crossln
the public highway loading from Jed
burgh into Oxnam Water. R wasrol
served to ho carrying something un
flOl* if ?s rhln onrl TJPAOPA/1 o?n I?.1* I*
x |M voo?;u a^ciiUOL II
slender nock, and when n collie do
belonging to one of the onlooker
made a dash at the little creatnre 1
dropped its harden?a lien's ogg?
and gliding under the roadside lwxlg
disappeared in the woodland.
On being picked up the egg wa
found to he without a crack. Th
nearest poultry run is about thre
hundred yards distant from tho plac
where the weasel was intercepted.?
Negroes Own JJont I,inc.
The steamship Rupert City, whlc
was on the run between Seattle an
( Prince Rupert last year, will be sol
i to the Ethiopian-American Stenmshi
J Company, of Los Angeles, a corporr
; tlon of negro capitalists, who will oj
t erate a line of two steamers betwee
j Los Angeles and Liberia, says th
Snokano ( Wash ) Si>nir??i?>n r?
Negotiations have been opened b<
tween the Mackenzie company, owr
ers of the boat, through Surtess Hop<
When a heavy fall of snow occur
lh Valdez, Alaska, the lire (lepartnien
is called out to clear the sidewalks.
JLT TASK. ~
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a, Algernon, I'll dlailyure you!"?L<
\ ' Y.
A Package Mailed Free on Request of
? The best Stomach and
Liver Pills known and
Q positive and sneedv
cure for Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stom.
_tV?TTU f^ch. Headache, and all
ailments arising from a
disordered stomach or
jraaljfllimB sluggish liver. Thoy
contain in concenr
trated form all the
virtues and values of Munyon'a PawPaw
tonic and aro made from the
Juice of the Paw-Paw fruit. I unhesitatingly
recommend these pills as
being the best laxative aud cathartic
ever compounded. Send us postal or
letter, requesting a free package of
Munyon's Celebrated Paw-Paw Laxative
PIIIb. and we will mall samo freo
,i of charge. MUNYON'S HOMOEOr
PATHIC HOME REMEDY CO., 53d
and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa.
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o The moment you need help, take a
V candy Cascaret. Then hcadaches
vanish, dullness disappears. The
o results are natural, gentle, prompt.
No harsher physic does more
good, and all harsh physics injure.
' NOT TO I3E 13ROKEN.
'? "Has your hushaud a strong will?"
"My dear! Hi<? win ?a inw...i?ot
? a u UWUVCOb"
y able."?Harper's Bazar.
I- Dr. Pierce's Fle.uamt Pelleta finst pnt up*
if 40 years aco. They rcpnhito and invj^omtn
stomach, liver and bowels. Bugar-coated,
y WAY OF THE WORLD,
n "Everybody Is glad to listun to a
rich man's troubles."
"Sure thing. He could issue a catalogue
If ho cared."?Louisville Courier-Journal.
Mrs. "Window's 8ootblngf.8yrop for Chfl&rea
tion. allays pain.curoa wind colic, 25c a. bottl*
THEIR LITTLE ROMANCE.
There was a young man from Assyria,
Who wedded a maid in Illyria.;
"Dear," he said, "can you cook?"
"Yes," said she; "like a book!"
And they're running a big cafeteria.
Take a Foot-Hath To-nlght
After dissolving ono or two Allen's FootTaha
(Antiseptic tablets for the foot-hath)
in tho water. It will take out all soreness,
smarting anil tenderness, remove foot odors
and freshen the feet. Allen's Foot-Tabs
instantly relieve weariness and sweating or
inflamed feet find hot nervousness of the
feet at night. Then for comfort throughout
the day shake Allen's Foot-Ease, the anti- i
septic powder, into your shoes. Sold every- J
where, 25c. Avoid sulwtitutes. Samples of
Allen's Foot-Tabs mailed Free, or our reg- i
ular sire sent bv mail for 25c. Address !
Allen S-. Olmsted, I* Roy, N. Y.
^ Foot-Tabs for Foot-Tubs,
K "HATS OFF!" THE ORDER.
1- , When the National Nnr?jr>n' A crar*r?f. I
i- ated Alumnao opened its thirteenth I
i- annual eonvention in Mendelssohn j
3 Hall in New York City, there was '
g consternation among many of tho I
s COO delegates representing the 15,000 I
t graduate nurses from ail sections of
- tho United States, because an order I
e had been issued barring fro.D tho |
convention hall all types of millinery
s more than two feet in diameter,
e "Girls, girls! I must ask you to
e leave your large hats in this room," .
e pleaded Miss Jano M. Pindell, mis- j
tress of c.-remonies. "Thoao seated j
in tho rear won't bo able to hear or j
see a thing on the platform if yoti
don't," she explained.
h Miss Jane A. Delane. of Washing- ;
<1 tnn T1 C nf/iol-lntit ?' 1... I
,, (imiiiiicia ui iu? USHUCIll'
d tlon, told tho nurses that eventually
I tho great body of women would Join
i- In preventive work for cheeking rtir)
ease. She said the 50,000 to 75,000
n trained nurses of tho country had
f been too ready to accept things as
they found thetn, and should better
; Improve their opportunities of s?vdyt
lng the causes of diseases, as wral
3 as treatment. 1
ror COM)S And CiKIP.
Htck's Capodix* Is the bo-st remedy? '
'S rellereg the tchlng and fcverifchnesa?curoi
< I the Cold *nd restores normal conditions. It's
liquid?effects limnedi?t?.j. loc., 2oo. auil
Wo.. fttdruor stor**.
GRAPE FRUIT STRAWS.
Take tho peeling from five grapo
fruit and after removing tho hardest
of the white pulp lot tho skin
stand In a light brine overnight. T.vo
tablespoonfula salt added to water to
? cover will bo about right. In the
morning drain, cut in neat pieces and
t put over the lire In fresh cold wnter
to boil. Cook ten or fifteen minutes
after it reaches the boiling point.
Drain, put Into fresh boiling water
find cook niraln ten minutes after
| tho boiling recommences. Repeat
- j this four times, or until tender.
Drain again, put with it in tho saucepan
two cupfuls water and two cupfuls
sugar and cook until the peel is
candied. Holl in sugar while hot to
crystallize, and you havo a most delightful
addition to yonr afternoon
tea table or bonbonniere.?Washington
} The straight and narrow path must I
also be very slippery, Judging from
the number of people who slip ui>1
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To Remove Iron Mould From Linen
?Rub the spot with a little powderet
oxalio acid or salts of lemon am
warm water. Let it remain a fe\
minutes and well rinse in clear wa
tor and dry in sun.
A gas stove should bo wiped o
eacn time It Is used and washed witl
turpentino oneo a week.
"Baby" Irish retains its popularit;
and somo effects of point; Venise
otherwise light-weight laces are worn
In using tho rind of a lemon fo
flavoring, remember that it is onl;
tho outer or yellow part of the rin<
that holds tke essential oil.
Linens so closely resembling tin
timo-tested whipcords that they an
deceptive at first glance, are admii
ably suited to tailor-made suits.
very long waiKB are bad for grow
Ing children; they are too tiring fo:
During tlie years of greatest physi
cal growth over study at school shoulc
be specially avoided.
Don't discourage romping games to<
much; growing children need to gam
bol and romp to stretch their mue
Children should havo either a warn
bath at bed time or a tepid bath and
a rub down in tho morning if th<
skin must be kept active.
Healthy boys should, if possible, b?
Bent to day school at the age of sev
en. They generally do far better i
taught with 'other boyB than If kop1
A wide border of wild geeso done
in satin stitch Kensington outline
and long and short stitch make ?
When ?oa4ipg chocolate creams the
melted chocolate often becomes curd
led. To remedy this add a little olive
Chicken salad served In green pep
per shells not only is attractive, bu
the seasoning from the pepper is vers
For Red. Itching Myrlids, Cysts, Stye*
Falling Eyelashes ami All Eyes That Nee<
Care, Try Murin<> Eye Salve. Aseptii
Tribes, Trial Si?.o 23c. Ask Your Drugjcm
or Write Murine Eve Remedy Co., Chicago
The nowly organized army of Eng
land has In every battalion two, In
every cavalry brigade six machinc
por IIKA IS AC IIK?Illrh?> OAPCDll**
Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach 01
Nervous Trouble.*. Capudlne will relievo you,
It's Uauld?pleasant to take?iota Immediately.
Tnr U. 10c.. 25c. and 60c. at drug
Half a pound of fresh rump steak
minced very small; one dessertspoon
ful of chopped parsley, two table
spoonfuls of good gravy, a little sal'
and plenty of black pepper. Mix wel
together and press hard in a basir
with a wooden spoon. Lino some
patty tins with good pastry, put ?
tablospoouful of the meat In each,
cover with pastry, cut a small hoi
in the top, brush over with egg ant!
bake half an hour.?Washington Star
fikln Humor lasted 23 Years.
"Outlcura did wonders for me. For
twenty-live years 1 suffered agony
from a terriblo humor, completely
covering my head, neck and shoulders,
so even to my wife, I becamo an
object of dread. At largo expense I
consulted the most ablo doctors, far
?..w near, nieir treatment was of no
avail, nor was tlmt of t.ho Hospital,
during six months' efforts. 1
Buffered on and concluded there was
no help for me thtB sido of the grave.
Then I heard of some one who had
been cured by Cutlcura Remedies and
thought that a trial could do no harm.
In a eurprtsingly short time I was
completely cured. S. P. Keyes, 147
Congress St., Boston, Mass., October
Face Covered Witt* Pimples.
"I congratulate Cutlcura upon my
speedy recovery from pimples which
covered my faco. 1 used Cutlcura
Soap, Ointment and Resolvent for ten
days and my face cleared and I am
perfectly well. I had tried doctors
for several months but got no results.
Wm. J. Sadller, 1C14 Susquehanna
Ave., Philadelphia, May 1, 1 909."
A half-horse power electric motor,
ilriven by a lighting current and directly
connected with an air pump,
is a new convenience for inilating au
Ex-Congressman Ferrell, of New Jersey,
Makes n Statement.
Thomas M. Ferrell, of Glassboro,
ex-momber of Confess, former State
Senator, and Collector of International
Revenue for Now
W '; P+i-j jJM'iii-t Jersey, says: "I suffered
a great deal
from a lameness
M|jWy7r*^J across my back, ac-h
compnnled by sharp,
Tt darting pains In my
^ Jf) loins. I was unable
to assume a comfortable
position and was
at a locsto know how
to obtain relief. I
found It through tho
use of Doan's Kidney Pills. I recommend
them as a reliablo kidney remedy."
Romomber the naino?Dfan'B. For
sale by all dealers. 5 0 cents a box.
I'oster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Alon^ t nimlx'd |r
he inovliyr than In the roadlflfl.
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I We Give Aivay
' Absolutely Free <
J he reople a v^ommon oense medical J\
j> | English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V
I Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids
gical Institute at Buffalo, a book of 1008
ovgt 700 illustrations, in strong paper cc
^ etiunps to cover cost of (nailing only, or, it
'( Over 680,000 copies of this complete Pa
i, binding at regular price of $1.50. After
;i were given away as above. A new, up
^ lor mailing. Better send NOW, before
j punsaky Mbdical Association, R. V. Pi*
im, i'ixiRCii:?s FAVOR:
1 THE ON1': REMEDY for womnn'i
a that its makers are not afraid to \
every ingredient. No Secrcts?No
THE ONE REMEDY for women
no habit-forming drugs. Made fr<
of well established curative value.
; Cook in S"o
' Uomforten V
Here i9 a stove that gives no <
i is concentrated at the burners. An
l ! either white or red) is thrown upw
t I heat is utilized in cooking ? none
:! N&w l?ei
f auMWL'.'i 13 ;hw hhii
5 entirely removes the discomfort of
L immediately the stove is ready. Ii
jected upwards against the pot, pan
s is n<r surrounding heat ? n
Jf Cautionary Note: De surety o
" you net this stove?see I!
[ that the name-plate 11
rcada "New Pcrlectioa." IV t,
11 Oldest and Best
"My husband says lie always docs *
bettor work when he thinks of me."
"Does that apply when he's beating
A MASTERPIECE ANYWAY,
j "Maud's hair is what you would
call Titian, isn't it?"
"Well. Titian, or iml-Titian."?IJos- 1 .
; ton Transcript.
Holilt"r? from OoorKi:i Alabnaiu FI">rM:i, K
Toimesaeo, North Oic-olinri, douth C'nrolum Sg
mill MiPsUs|;>pi will bo I'amno 1 at fL,
CblflkAmAU((n National Park in July And jfl
Au>fii9t. hnliM, manociivars, sham bnttlos, (N
tDiiAli' bv Military Jl'inb, <ito. Ileald**** Bi
CHICK AM AUG A PARK
with it? flivrros of niir/tiiitoont inonumonis,
wonth^rful aro ttio scenic an 1 hiatorlo attructbms.
Is a gflOlOftiOftl Wondor, #;>rlutrlnu' w> Hid*
ilonly 2,000 foot abovo th" IVuncaHOO Ulvor, i
anil hn* tht? lotitfent nnrt Btoopost iacltoo
railroad In thn world Klnomlle roa-.t along
cr<;at <>f Missionary i* lln '.it la Amorleft.
500 ration of aplontlld automobile ron 1#
armnd Cliuttannooga. Plan >l>ur suminor
trrp to mop over at th^nAatlul
AMotatHr Orftpronf, oviir) tho
| coolcwt mil rlMlira! hot*l in u
Connectwi with bath, 0*
; V nv'ii^r Nrw Vor ( h' .Ic Y'"' m.
i?iaco* of tho Smith. K?tm ln>.
| Xtirop^tti plniu Uri.lnl o-?up _
tton. I + ** round trip rai'.r -v \vI
(lotto* on a!| thnuwli V I
lnrge pages und
ivcrs, to any one sending 21 one-ccnfc
1 French Cloth, binding for 31
imily Doctor Dook were sold in cloth
wards, one and a half million copies
-to-d'Jte revised edition is now ready
all are done. Address World's Dis?
crcc, M. D., President, IJuffalo, N. Y?.
i peculiar ailments good enough
print on its outside wrapper ite
which contains no alcohol ?ncl
mi native medicinal forest roots
d longer need wear yourut
with the weakening
f an intensely hot kitchou
can cook in comfort*
jut side heat. All its heat
intense blue flame (hotter than
'ards but not around. All the
in outside heating.
cooking. Apply a match and
nstantly an intense heat is pro,
kettle or boiler, and yet there
o smell ?no smoke.
Why? Because The New Perfection
)il Cook-Sxove is scientifically and
racticalJy perfect. You cannot us?
oo much wick ? it is automatically
ontrolled. You get the maximum heat
-nn smnltl-- Thchlnniif icnimnl/. ~~
ripe with a cloth cleans it?conseuently
there is no smell.
The New Perfection Oil Cook-Stovar
} wonderful for year-round use, but
specially in summer. Its heat operates
upward to pan, pot, or kettle, but
ot beyond or around. It is useless .
or heating a room.
It has a Cabinet Top with shelf
ar keeping plates and food hotIt
has long turquoise-blue enamel () ,
himneys. The nickel finish, with tha
iright blue of the chimneys, makes V
he stove ornamental and attractive.
dade with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2
ind 3-burner stoves can be had w-itb
ir without Cabinet.
I; wry ovrryu liero; If not at y>nr?, irrft*
jr Uescrtptlve Circular to tuo ucurcttaucuoy 1 ,
Tonic; for Malaria and Debilit'., \ ^
onernl tonic; 40 years' success. Contain*
>r other poisons. Unlike aumine, it I e?v?<? f
)od efK-cts. Take no substitute. FREE? "
book of ouzzlcs sent to any Addrosv.
JP iHTIlUt r FTI R A CO., Oo.'l i
A W A H JBL
A 10-ycar-oltl clow rrco will irroduoat,
bout twenty poun.ls annually.
: ^ 11 r o iTj v ^ ^'v
*j*fr Ei3 v, y|JUj Relief*
V- Removes nil swelling; ?n Sto?
, ,iavs; effects n j>eriimncnt cm?
/flV ill -, * to ('1 li i vs. Trial ire.umcak.
^ I Nothiiipcnu be fairer
\ 'Vteo^SfiB Wiiti- Or. H. H. Green's Sorts.
i23speclaliits. Bo* q Atlanin, Qa?
( '"VVE buyA fl|
\MIDES ANDPURS^ ^
J3iJ ^e'ni5IliilsiL |/fjr
?*l we tin do JX/^ntK
[belief lor you than agents nr commission rauch?r.U?^|
Krletente: aoy bank in Loaisfille. We funiisk |(
Wool lU/j Free to our shippers. Write lot p*ire iisl ffl
L yTs,UlHr&"sQNS C'i,;i"'" l/onisfille, Ky. ?
Ucttcr uurt more economical \l
than liquid antiseptics
FOR AIX TOi^KT
Ciivo# one a sweet breath ; clean, v.'hito. L
jerm-free teeth ar.ticcptically clean
mouth and throat purifii's the breath
*fter amoking? dispels al! o'isnfrreeable
perspiration and body odors much apsrecinted
by dainty women. A quick
remedy for aore eyes nnd catarrh.
?A little Paxtinc powder di?nolved
in n gla.?s r.l hot watd
nakci a delightful onti*?*j>tic rotation,
pojst tsing extraotdinwv
cleansing, germicidal and heal,
tng power, and absolutely liartale;j.
Try a Sar.wple. 50c. o
large box at druggilU or by mail.
The Paxton Toilet ?0^, Eo?ton. Mass.
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