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ht.,NEyV....MQJJELS... tm THE
$o>alf and BJax??>. ls a Combinion:
?j Much Atlmlred-?PIaipi ?Bt?cJhF--a/?f-/-:; ;:
v?tEthe B?af'for H^jjfiierV
j? ??ere are two pretty new models de
signed for the miss and little sister,
Igind both of themJn cojal?.,and^ai5k.
gjrie bonnet for?.th?iinj^gi?l ls, j
&c*al-pink brocaded" silk with a full
Ruffle *S*C |pink; chiffon abput the face j
a %,dn?K-of the same. "The" top;o? .
crown is covered with velvet.
?rhe little bonnet has a row of black
rejvet daisies, about the top of the
$rj>wn wher|Jtbi> velvet ^^silk jain'; j
jy tpe " the. j?tae^pf ^the" "natural
ic?^e|L??sai ^n^^aje^ellnw cen
of-Colors in the natural flower. There j
are long ties of messalme ribbon in
the light pink. A sprightly:'little boy-'.,
is tied in one of them, and -the -ends !
of both are knotted together. The hal
is really fastened with un elastic cor.;,
extending under the hair.
The hat ipr the older girl is of plain
black velve? ?ad is ni2d'?"'oYer ;a" wire
fran?;. Theresia nothing "x?speciaHy
nev?- in the design, but the lines are
excoptionalfy^vrel^bgianced' a-ad glee
ful. Thc rowfe* iB^puff?d, Anct? th? !
brim is a scant ruffle of velvet shirred
to the frame, and extending beyond I
the brim-edg'ei|gt wJr?t^fhGi hat is:
faced with tr shirring of thin Bilk in
a rather vivid coral pink. ,A ruffle, of j
the silk is-^f^tl^sn??e Vwth asth"p
velvet. "?* *" 5
Wide ribbon, marching the facing in
color, in a b?gii luster] missal in ey-ia .!
laid about the crown in a sata and
tied in the simplest ot' bows at one
This hat is made in ether color com
binations with good eilcct, but noth
ing is prettier than tr-e fashionable
pink and red combinations with
.b'ack. Magenta a::d cerire aro usad
very often instead of pink. It is a
Qucrtion o? becomingness to the
Some time when in despair for
novelties ia brIJje or euchre prises
tiny the adjustable thee trees, wrap
the wire part with ribbon, finishing
with a dainty bow and you will have
c. prize that every woman will like.
You can alwaja use one more pair of
f-hoe trees and thc cost is really
slight; Secs of tally cards, daintily
painted, make attractive prizes and
what could be more appropriate for a
card party than a couple of packs of
good playing cards? Try to avoid
. personal articles in prize buying, -par
ticularly for clubs, for no two women
.have the same taste in hatpins, for
instance, or neckwear. A dainty
?handy handkerchief, rather, a pretty
guest room towel will meet with more
Silk and Satin Coats.
Many of the smartest little satin
and silk coats are very vague in line,
left unlined, or lined with chiffon.
Straight, shapeless, self-trimmed lit
tle garments though they are, they are
invaluable for slipping on or over
A little coat of this type may have
the neck and sleeve corners carefully
turned back to show a lining of vivid
chiffon or gayly flowered soft silk. A
coat .of a bright color with a scarf
ghvie or sash to match is often worn
;.witb a shirt or cn^-piec:; frock of
while or neutral tone, and a?wr.ys
IOO'-T pretty .-.llb the l:r.grjrle frock.
He cama r.:o 'V car wit? swag
ger, took the only vacant seat with
outward manifestations of his belief in
his own importance^ kicking the big
y?ljow ;yali5e:;b??ongfhg to the.na.pjping_
old morana next to him aside to malte
way for his tan-shod feet. The owner
did not notice this, but whenfaroused
at Fifty-second street, she fumbled,
about liis'jeft foot with her hand, try
ing t&tliijj it, ault ^^f^a^'yfiiffi
hmuch "-embarrassment: S JtAc?vl '-. ;vEx^
?.? bag.". - j-m.n-TT-'~~i.s--n?-r -vtw~-to,
-.itfhe endemics of; hiccough fwhich
"nave octagonally been "'ODseYVeii aid"
^prphaj?ly d?gptp |iy^|?rftal^con^agio|i
the majority of the' individuals who
are affected by it. It is to functional
derangement _pf the nervous system
"arf??'fiQ*'* sftttfi:<|nins?.;p? tjpe *e?rcujh>
jljQn a?nfef?|d^ 6f abundant ""hemor
vo m&?? '?OO?
Pronunciation of Z.
na. AmerTcanisaU. .Th&itfng;*
pronunciation is sed, from the old
[Ot? french ^ed^, which in turn Ar
^?rtv'? fVb?h fh?'?.ari? ieta, tn?;n?m?
of the sixth letter of the Greek alpha
-betr^rceappudi^^ English zed.
??akespre?re in "King Lear, act Ii:,'
scene 2, gives the English pronuncia
tion.^fil?h'^?v.stfll^;': vogue; "??o>l
Might Get Even With Mosquito.
An observer in India has found a
EmairUy of the-midge class with -its
proboscis inserted m the abdomen bf
n*.,?psauitp^?n^ed^ jua. jac&^J&fc
mosquito's blood. There is comfort,
if not rbene?t, in this bit of ,n,ews.
Why ; can't; we4m pert ?hi s ? mi ?ge ?| f?h'e
mosquitoes woulft itfiow how . tt|f$s
fhemseives then,"''perhaps.-Farm and
"a Victim of Snakes He Hunted; *
After destroying .upwards of 2,000
vipers in" the course: of his career as
a snake hunter, M. Henry Saussereau
died recently, in Paris, from the bit?
of a snake, . He was hunting snakes,
in the woods near Bouloire (Sarthe)T
when a viper bit him in the hand and
arm.? and he died in terrible agony
twelve -nours later.1 - ?'? ..'??"1 J
S j .Learning From the Fish.jj fjf.f 1
"That's the tenth can of sardines
:.you _have ordered," said the railway
magnate- "Arenfty?ii;afraid you .'will
make yourself sick? "I'nTnot eating
them.''yr.epliedr.the employee, with in
ive?tave 'genius. rtH?irairpfc^TO"^^
tracker a way to-'sfet" mdre^?o^ie
hito a street car."
O W sgQfm9jltJ
City Man's Sneer at Country.
There was a Frenchman who hated
the-.-country-.as much as did Charles
\0tm bu^comprjraed !Sfa|^gellBgi
into "few words. " 'This 'Vas "^CT-aries
place weere the birds a're raw."
- : A . spongy in. a. SBrcslaln umbrella
stand wttf'Tteep . ?the - nmbrella; from
striking the bottorn'of the jar,"?which
is often broken in this way, and will
a!so absorb--the-raia-water ?. from a
wet umbrella. A carriage sponge will
flt the bottom and is not expensive..
Saving Patent Leather.
Patent leather shoes and slippers
will last twice as loug if you wipe
thom off occasionally with a soft cloth
that has been wrung out of olive oil.
Keep the- cloth in a small tin box, OUM
that has a cover, and tho oil will last
a long time.
Reproach to Femininity.
For every wing of black and orange
on a woman's hat an ripple tree is
stripped of leaves and young fruit, or ?
au elm is denuded of its graceful !
foliage by the canker-worm.-Our I
"Laura," said the fond mother,
"what are the intentions nf that young
man whom you are permitting to call
on you so often?" "Xever m md that,
mother." answered the maiden; "I
knew what my intentions are."
Melody of Happiness.
"Get out in the sunlight," says a
Oeorgia philosopher, "and see Happi
ness coming down the road, picking
a banjo for the whole world to dance!"
Grateful for Sentence.
"Thank yer. May the Lord blar.s
yer. May yer head never ache!" said
a woman sentenced to ten months'
hard labor to the judge.
Beyond Power to Overcome.
The self-consciousness just ooze?
out of a youug drummer on his first
"What evidence have you?" the
magistrate asked a woman. "I have
brought roy black eye," she replied.
Judged by Written Words.
"You don't know a woman until
you have had a letter from her."
'Tenderhooks," by Ada. Leverson.
case for photographs if a book is n<j<|
wanted. The caso folds and looks I$k$
a bookicoyer, but inside?'aa^pock?is
ot, differenr?slze ?QT .jtha. various pic
tures, ' ^ st^ncile?'bot'de^ ofjrplain do^
or arounotne edge, with a aestgnS?j
the center, is sufficient decoration.'
..Grayjinen or crash are,,exceilent ?i?j?
:tfirials^to use. as they Ire Yt?ry du?
'able, i SA(1? fl
'""Cad'ies and"gentlenT?nT' said tb?
manager, before the curtain, "it? ia
-piY* unpleasant*' duty- -$o inform ycih.
that. 5^v^($4^-?-iithia? star comediaf?
"?wing^o"'i?ne^B7l''wifl not be ableff?j
^appear^ tonight. ,JHi?' s^BtejaaJbas ?afl
lOeT^iijgvpk, '? ??L?.b| Iff. fofferlnl
froin nervous prostration." "What's
the matter?" shouted one of the gpd^
from* the gaJlerr^^Did ye pay hlnf H
T-?-:- ! i
'W ?lftfC?W1 ll
" Steakffbr tff" t??e 1 importance j of
Jsugar in,, childretf8^.4|et, Dr. WobdS
^Hutch^?jJ^isiy/?i.^ i/ not unlikely
that the almost^ universal and ijdg
yqr^ly -te b4 th?nj??tfef^r-lack of enif
?riy f or --alcohol c???dren andjj $
women is due ?Jargely to the sWe?j;
htocthf $b>se^sedj:%*??fi?*and their!
^duigenc? fa- c??h'dy;:"!c!ak*?s, fruit, ?ic?
creams and sweetmeats generally." ?f
:..;.^r^":";:..;-;-;-;--;-;?;;'j:,; jjggiij^agjggg^ j |
Noiseless Gun for Killing Horseft.!^
. A;, curious horeefkiltog^g^n^iised in
England to^kfti ?brsei which haye
ube??: injured Is^iitfW being-a?optecf fi|r;
American antT-cr??it^'" societies 'be
cause of its noiselessness and surely
of action. By a slight blow a bullet
?...out a..sound. to .attract. Attention ia..a
.?."1 S f\ S "T?% ?iH! T% hi
;' Hpman JN?tuf?;;
"WbVis lt:," ^ked-the/ciirib?s guest;
"that poor men usually" give larger
tips than, rich men?" "Well, suh,"
saffllthe fwaiter, who was something
of a philosopher as well, "looks to me
like de po' man don't want nobody to
find out he's po', and de rich man don't
want nobody to find out he's rich."
Youth's _Cpmn_ar|jon. .? ..
Begin Early to Train Children.
I .-.li is$abit-.alone that fer eates obedi
ence in the.'ohiid',' and'for the child, and
if it is not formed early, nothing but
hard, bitter, "warfare"-- can ever pro
orn?te itt.jai its'lbejng.'. :System is one
Of the noblest laws in evidence. It is
the grea^ "under studyi' for universal
peace?r: 3 i '?' fl
/?Proved Power^of Logic.
t ?Bh??rofessoT oP-E?g?c (to himself)
-"? laid my hat somewhere in thiB
roQm.^^o^t^d?diaB ??me in since I've
been .hera. .-J^caa't .noe it anywhere.
Therefore1"-putting his hand beneath
him-"I am sitting on it. Anothei
proof of the irresistible uHPOwer af
:?n?fc."nff?3 l-l A? ?
Worth the Cost.
Pierre Laurent, in Paris, had his
worn-out stomach removed, and the
stomach of an. .ape waa successfully
substituted. The operation may have
been -costly; but he 'can easily eave
thc price ' by j dieting on; pdanufs abd
"You're a terrible scandal-monger,
Linkum." said Jorroeks. "Why. in
thunder don't you make it a rule to
tell only half what you hear?" "That's
what. I do do." said Linkum. "Only
I tell the spicy half."-Harper's
"Did any of your ancestors.do things
to cause posterity to remember them?"
asked the haughty woman. "I reckon
they did." replied Fanner Corntossel.
..?ly grandfather put mortgages on
ibis place that ain't off yet."
Gardening 2 Fine Art.
Without gardening, buildings and
Pc aces are but gross bandi worko;
and a man shall ever see that when
ages grow to civility and elegancy,
men come fo build stately sooner than
to garden finely.-Francis Bacon.
Hue and Cry.
See tho young woman. Is the
young woman being suddenly and un
expectedly kissed? Ah, yes. And
does the young woman raise a hue
and cry? The young woman raises a
slight hue, but no cry.
No man has ever done anything to
give him the right to feel as proud as
a girl feels when she hears that some
body has been making a fool of him
self because of her.
Both Were Learning.
"I never had an}- idea that one had
to learn so much after marriage. Hy
Emily ia learning to cook and I am
learning to eat."-Lustige Blaetter.
She-"Do you believe a man knows
when he is In love?" He-"Yes; and
he doesn't know anything else."
Not Often, in Fact.
Fame is a bubble; but it la not sl
ays thc hardest blower thrit attains
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tury is notable. Our job depart
all these years, and today our
work stands Out among the
best. The old-time printy old
style type, and old-fashioned
machinery are all gone, and to
day our plant is nearly all new.
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Why the Superiority o^^
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swered;: We employ workm^ have
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bearing the lates-; f aces/ has recently been :
' ; l?i3v'?h(3 Nb?r machinery is the new-fashioned; !
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are two features of our job department.
When we receive an order it is printed at the
quickest time possible, consistent with good
printing. Each line and portion is brought
out as it should be, thus bringing about
smoothess anil harmony, which appeal to all
lovers of pretty printing.
What We Fri
We can print anything from a visiting
card to 44 x 30 circular. It matters not how
small the job may be it receives our earnest
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