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Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on llio part of physicians,
pharmacp.ltic.il societies nnd liicdiuilniitlioulic. It Is used by physician
With results most grat tj Inj,. Tho extended uso of Castoria Is unquestionably the
ri'snlt of Miree fads i 1st, The Indisputable evidence that it la harmless j iintl,
Tti.it it not cnly allays stonuu li painf anil (pin ts the nerves, but assimilates the
food; ilrtl. It is r.u agreeable and perfect substitute for costorolL It Is absolutely
safe. It docs not contain nny opium, inorplilno, or oilier narcotic, and docs not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, U.iloman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This is a good ileal for a medical journal to nay. Our duty, however, is to exKse
bn;; rami record lliu means of a Warning- health, The day for poisoning in no
rent ihlldren through greed or igupruiicn ought to end. To (ear knmvlidge. Can
0"ii li a remedy which produces composure utm iieultli, by rfi'iilatimr tin
iuein not by stupefying it and our renders u tilled to tliu .nfi.rin itlun.
tlaiVi Journal of llzalth.
Tlio Jr si4ftf-. " l-,",rH'','k B'iniliie
ilk'linturo of iaTaci, si .loriu
TAKING NO MORE' RISKS
luir Cai twit Unu flnt la Id clftM, lu my " 1 1 v , 1 ti '
tli rtorricUcIfAnjrIiiTtrLiTefuuisl exit t n 1
WILLIAM BELMONT, It I) ,
M I hire xtird joar C-itorU In the cm of my own
l!y and Dtid tt plewaot to Ur, nd h.TO obtained
ricclkot ruulu from U are
IS. A. Dlcn.KAt.M D..
M I UVe plcainrt In rfcommrmllog yotif Cirlorlt,
Lit lug rrrommi mini IU ue In many lntann , md
coutiJit It tti bml laiailvo ttut f-ouM 1 Hard,
tiJtcUlIy fur children
Nat Hi mil K. Kinq, M 1) , St, Lnuli, Mo.
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piSLlf foruui y jttit. Tit rittiuuikUtfiKlIetiL
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"I Cod yonr CaMnrln to ) a ftinJirtl faintly
rrnmly It U tbo lit thin? for Infants an I chll
dau I have ever known atid 1 m.n.ninoii.2 IL'
jV. K. LiULDaoH, M I),
" nris daring the put atx years pre acrlbcd jour
Castoria for lu fan til atonuuh disorder, I most
h.aiUly com pit nd tia un. The formula con Ulna
uotUiieJeUfcrluua to tlHitnoftdillcaleof children.
J. 11. Juojott, M. 1)., New YoikCity,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years,
Get Baby Out in the
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liiillihs, recllnliii; k art, ami li.ihj
All nf our (arts nrc Mroni.' it ml
ktiirdj, li.nc pliiitj of .irliiir, niul arc
i.i-j l piiipil; prliis rtntuliiK
$5 to $30
I. a rue tUe nuc niiilluii (ullaivllile rccllnliiir pi curls, nil
mill frame, iiiaiml llnMi, riililn-r-llrcd, slcil IiicN, linlliilliiii
Itather iipliiilslcrlni; In (,'reiu, liroiiii, nr niariKiu, (iiiupli'le
nllli liiiinl, nl ill.(lllt nlliir stjles
s$5.00 to .$18.00
Iti id liml) u'o rnrts n till ailjuvtalde foot anil rrrlliilnir li.uk
niul parasol nl
.$13.00 to $15.00
IIitiI IiiiiIj. Iiabj cnrrliiL'i's nllli parnsnl nr IiiiimI, upliolsN
ind m.iN, shli", mid liaik In diiiliu, liiieslrj, or lordilrn), aula
(Wir mid rulilier tires nl
$10.00 to $30.00
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.,
'J lie limine (if (jiiullty.
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With ninnzpincnt In her looks, the
ouiiK woninn iho was lieltlnR
wntclied lier hostess. The latter de
liberately hunted out her best I'nrls
hatpins and a fresh pair of white
gloves. Then she brushed her new
"Why," gasped the young womnn
who was ilsitliiK, "I thought you snld
you were Just going to run iirotind the
turner to tho grocery, and here you
nre putting on nil your afternoon teit
"You uro mlstnken," snld her hostess
llrinly "Heretofore I have had best
clothes and second-best clothes niul
rainy dny garments, but from now on
I shall have hut one outfit, nnd that
my best! I ninclo my mind tip to that
utter Inst Wednesday!
"Von see, 1 hnd n dressmaker In tho
house and Mas nttlrcd In n kimono
and my hair wns on tho erge of
tumbling down from my frantic on
deaiors to help sew. I can sit abso
lutely still and Just sew and In nn
hour I will look like n worse wreck
than If 1 had gone through a hargnln
sale light! At that precise moment
Miss Downs discovered' that she hnd
to hnio a nrd nnd a half more lace
and I had to go downtown to get It.
"Slmo It wns Just before lunch time
I figured that nil tho women who in
tended to go downtown that morning
hud already gone nnd It was too early
for me to meet any of them returning,
so I shouldn't run Into n soul I know
nnd it wasn't .north while to mnko a
"I noticed that my faco needed
powdering and my hair needed doing
up and curling In short I looked n
fright, all tag ends nnd with a worried
frown between my ejehrows Still, I
Itnt Into nn old suit that needed press
ing badly and didn't chnngu tho
shabby pumps I hud on that were all
scuffed nt the toes. I found after I
started In U rush to catch the subur
ban train that I had grabbed n pnlr
of gloves i Ith ripped linger ends.
1 "When I "ruklied breathless Into tho
last car linil sank Into u se.it I found
when 1' hifscd 'my eyos Hint Bally
lloinesleii'd w'as sitting opposite. She
was gazing n( me with Hie virtuous
expression engendered by knowledge
that she had on a new $12.1 suit, n-$r,0
lint, fmmnculatc boots nnd gloves nnd
n cerefully massaged' complexion.
' "Slid took In every detail of my out
rageous ntllre with placidly commis
erating e)cs as she Informed mo that
she was going to n luncheon party." Han'
said It kindly as though she knew 1,
of coirM, never had social occuslons
proffered me. Just before I wns ready
to break loose nnd kill her on the spot
slip got off.
".My station was next nnd I hnd Just
caught my breath, stilled my rnge nnd
bitterly prepared to faco tho world
and mnde a clash for tho back door
of the store I wanted. I stepped off
(lie car into the full glare, of the noon
sun and gazed straight Into the face
of n man I haven't seen for ten years.
1 almost married htm onco nnd you
know you nIwnH have a sort of senti
mental regard for tho men yon almost
married but .didn't
"I had often wondered Idly what
hnd become of him and whero he was
and sighed over him pityingly, for ho
really thought a lot of mo ten years
"All these jears I'd funded his car
rying memories of ma us the fulr
halred lovely girl Inerndlcnhly en
shrined within his heart, and I was
quite certain that no matter If ha did
ever fall In lovo again and marry ho
wouldn't really mean It
"Well, there he was. Wo Just stared
at each other. I was so furious that
ho should see me looking as did
that I glared nt him as though It was
every bit his fault and ho was so
amazed that ho stood there with his
mouth oiwn 1 don't wonder, for I
was a sight.
"I suppose ho was mentally dispos
ing forever of the fulr-halred, lovely
girl nnd thanking his stars that I hnd
refused him Anyhow, neither of us
had senso enough to speak and when
I came to I rushed on, simply boiling
with wrath Of all the people on earth
I should have chosen to meet him last
that morning When a person has an
Ideal of you it Is perfectly dreadful
to see it go to smash before your
"I was bovlug the hue, as though I
Intended to go out and commit sui
cide immediately afterward when the,
woman next at the counter looked up
and spoke. Shu was my Immediate
predecessor with Jim I've aln)s
been a little Jealous of her, hut huve
comforted myself with the Idea that I
renllv was lots better looking than
"Tlii'io hIiu stood In a new lung
automobile unit (hut looked howllngly
fiuhlnmibhi and evidently she liml Just
bun to the halidies.ei's 1 know she
had on logue, hul she looked linn and
I wish von iiiuhl hum seen the lift
III lll'l ))lllIIWS us she Iiuik inn In'
'I uiillliil In Klliingl" hei Willi Ilia
)'aid liml it half nf hue, hut Intleud
I NIIINlkrd (Mil niul look III I hit Iwrk
l feels Mini sklllkeil III Hut linlll ,
Ihw way mim I ha I ml inyelf ami
1UI HlHl I slHWhl llrW'r HKHlll Sllr
IIMl Hf Ikv lMf lu )Ul MH)bniH !Ul"
Utfl )itlljllNt IH IHHWtr llMl I KIM
going (o meet a, I fie crowned luadi
of lhnope, nil of Urn's old girlR and
nil of my discarded loveis So now!"
"Well, I would!) t waste a new pair
of gloves on the groier, said the girl
who was visiting
Tho young mnirled woman consid
ered. "Ilowtl It be If I Just carried
them?" she asked "If I ree any one
coming 1 can dash Into a store and
put them on' '
TRY TO CORNER
Indian Bankets Hold Half the Supply
CAIX'I'TTA. Aug 20 A native
newspaper Is nutlioiltv for tno state
ment that a group of Indian hank
ers from llomh.iv and Calcutta,
which for some lime has been try
ing to corner the world's stock of
sliver, now holds one-halt of the
Whllo this repoit has not licon
confirmed as et. It Is known that
tho financiers refprred to have
bought onormouslv In the open mar
kct since Jul) 20, nt which time It1
vvns cstlmotid that they held olio
1 HI ) of the world's suppl).
Tho greatest obstacle In the vvai
of the biicicss of the plan Is the
present condition of the money mar
ket In tho I'ar Kast, whero sliver Is
not greatly In ij.'inam Jult now, i
owing to a minuier o recent heavy,
fnllnres. Moreover, lmpli doubt Is
expressed as to the ability of thej
buyers to hold their purchases until
the money market Is normal ngnln.
It Is said that American Inter
ests having n large supply of sil
ver on hand are ready to part Willi
their holdings nt tho first favorable
IVORY TAKING THE
PLACE OF SILVER
Metal Golno Out of Fashion for Toilet
Articles Among London Swell Set.
LONDON. August 20 Silver Is out
of rashlon sod liory tins taken Its
pljco The sinait dressing caso Is now
filled with Ivory brushes and toilet
attributes, (-lookers' outfits ore made
of Ivory, and on tho writing table are
Ivor boxes. Ink lis, pen hulders nnd
.Man) of the now ornnments of cla
borali l carved J wiry me ver.v expen
sive Thus an Ivoiy tusk, with moth
er of s"arl In wonderful colors seen
In the West Knd was priced at 150"
"Silver goods nro qilllP out of fash
Ion," Haiti n representative of a well
known I'lccndllly firm of Jeweleis
"Tortoise slicll has largely leplncou1
silver, hut tho newest substitute Is
"There Is nlso n siKTlal demand for
tho amber tortnlso slicll Wo hnvoj
numerous orders for articles In Ibis
In hand Women hnvo giown very
tired of tho silver nrtlcle for several
reasons Tho first is Hint Hip man
ket has been flooded Willi sliver goods.
The thin cheap silver hacks of brush
es mill mirrors. trnvB, etc, have
brought sliver within the range of nl
most nil purses, nnd thoso who could
not hu silver linvo rushed to nctpdie
the massive Imitation copies.
"Another reason that silver Is not
liked so well Is Hint so much ntteu
lion is needed to keep It lu proper
condition; It iptpilrcs so much clean
The ordinary Ivory backed hair
brush Is not oxpenslvo, nnd Ivory
"Hair brushes carved with designs
nf monkeys on llu Ivory hacks are
sold at 7 10s each.
"Ivors charms uro also being sold
the chief of these is tho sleeping pig
Tho largest Ivory sleeping pig stocked
Is a pajicr weight, nnd Is priced at
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IVORY SOAP is tho
standard by which
all other soaps arc
Some soap manufac
turers claim that their
product is "as good" or
"as pure" or ,"as cheap"
Possibly it is. But
neither you nor any other
sensible women will
bothor with tho "aa
good" kind! You want
real Ivory Soap; not tho
OOVroo Pi' Conl, Pura
Pouv Tonn.au II ton ".i
PP-Sc-aa III tneb whrtl but
Deliveries strictly on schedule
Selection of dates by order of sale
The Verdict of America :
"If it's built by Chalmers it's built right"
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