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T. O. PASCO, IMitor and Manager.
iw.ri:a, : : r IvTN'Tl'CICY,
SAD CASE OF JACK SMITH.
JsckPmlth wns.irlfrk on thousand ysar
Ann nn neart nasaanriRninstne May,
Ills smart little wife made his humble home
For she did htr own housework with never
Of what other people might say.
Of what foolish people might ear.
Ills tastes brine simple, hln wanta Ihey
Contentnl nnl happy he dwelt:
lie dlnnl on plain food and took txrrclsc,
Eo vigor and hcallh and sood nature he I
And never a worry he felt.
To shorten the girth of his belt.
Peine poor he could live as It nulled him
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Ana nrtss jusi ior comion aionr;
lie could rldi on a mcrry-Ro-round with a
cpeaK me iruin nna ne nonesi nccausc nc
With true Independence unknown.
To those In a wealthier tone.
And thus he was happy until In awhile
There fell to htm riches calore.
And then the poor fellow bloomed out In
And dwelt In a grand architectural pile
With sen ants on every floor,
With bosses on every itcor.
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J. Cumberland Smythe was our gentleman
Ksnulre tacked onto his name:
And hi ambitious wife she was training
To make his politest society bow
To further her loftiest aim
From trying to "get tn the game.
With nothing to do he grew puffy and stout,
Ami wine made him red in the face;
lie dined on course dinners with nabobs
Ills health nnd hlJ nerves and good nature
And he soon was a pitiful case.
For the doctors who thrived on his pace,
In garments of fashion he had to be bound
And walk with u dlgnined tread;
To operas, balls and receptions around
Ills wire matte him go If he didn't she
Another to go In his stead.
when scandalous things mlgh be said.
A valet he had who would fawn t hi, r.r, I
And fun of him make at his back-
IIU butler, bedecked with gold butlonaand
Lookcd down on him so that he felt In his
As amall as the point of a tack,
And worse than a man on the rack,
In his carriage with liveried driver before
And a folded-armed tiger behind.
And his w ife w ith a poodle he had to adore.
He rode In the park while admirers, a score.
ould bow to his wife w ho Inclined
While he was compelled to be blind.
In spite of hla money both ends wouldn't
For he had to ape wealthier geese.
Eo worries and cares made his troubles
To keep up the style he must practice de
Which robbed all his slumbers of peace.
Till death seemed his only release.
One day In a restaurant sadly he went
And asked as a privilege rare
That he, as In days he had happily spent.
Could take oft bis coat and In shirt sleeves
Elt down on a plain 'Wooden chair.
And feel just as free aa the air.
"And can't I." he asked, "'as a privilege
Have corned beef and cabbage to eat
With plenty of mustard and all on one
You'll pardon my tears for, alas, I must
It's years since I've known such a treat,
It'syearssincel've known such a treat."
II. C Dodge, In Chicago Daily Sun.
I A MAID and a MOUSETRAP I
ijj By Pauline Freeman
w w w w w w w- w w tte
T T ccrtuinly seems to me ns if some
J power wiitched out the destinies
of poling girls and guurded them when
they're good," the old bachelor said, lie
ought to know, I thought, liming him
self been a sort of honorary uncle nnd
guide to as many nsa docn young girls
In his time, nil of whom were happily
married. He was u philanthropic sort
of a middle-aged mun, with ii very
large experience of the world and JU
"Why, I've known ?tasch where things
enme right just when the girl herself
thought they were going hopelesslv
wrong," lie continued, becini; that we
,v mi noil ,; lu nun linn ivilMJ lur
more. ".ow mere was unit case lu nor
Ida with my dear young friend Kthcl
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llerry. It looked like a iery bad case at
one time, but it proved to he all for the
"No, I don't mlrd telling you about
Jt. You, none of you, know who Kthcl
llerry is. Ami, in any case, the thing
never wus u secret.
"Well, of course, you know that all
women are afraid of mice. I would al
most be inclined to suspect a woman
1 . I, , , . I
w as not afraid of mice, for my own
I should regard herns something '
, . . . .
uncanny- lit for treasons, rntngen.s
and .poll, - something not pn.,erly
i.u r,u , icenngs uoout
mice wan really quite beyond the or-
dinary. On every other subject she
was a. sound a, a bell. ou couldn't
frighten her with a gun. She could
shoot pretty welUudhadactuallyklllcd
,veral deer out In the woixls. About
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-luorrorithat most people feel who have
voi peen usemo nctn irom childhood.
Bhe, A not by any means a ncnous
or a fa ntlnfi- woman. Il.it somehow,
she could not aland mice; I have een
penwiper, became there was a figure uf
it mouse on ii, nun ucau inr eye nnu
he knew perfectly well that It waa not
real motile, too.
"A hen I.thcl mother took her to
Florida hc. made the acquaintance of
a young Kngllshmnn there who wns
supposed to be engaged In the oranee
growing business, nml also aupposcd to
nc uoing very well nt It. IcronnIly, he
wa liked by ctrrybody, not because
Ills elilcr brother wan said to be n lonl,
but Just for hi own Bake, lie wnn n
gay, f rcc-nnd-ciisy sort of .vountrstcr. s.o.
clnblc, n good banjo pla.ter, ninny
ready for n bit of fun, anil nolmtlr hnil
n word to My ngnlnst his diameter,
l-.thcl nnd her mother hnd been In Flor
ida nearly nil winter, nnd they had seen
intleh of this, voung man nit the time.
linil f hi-oonanminn.... ..... 4I,, ii,
mnn nail told .Mr. Herry thnt he In
tended to marry her dnuchtcr. Mrs
llerry said thnt must bens her daughter
ciiosr to ilechie. Finally, no far an nnv
one eonld judge, l'lhcl herself was In-
cllncd to favor the younc mnn.
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erc uie mice came tn.
The cottage which the Kerry had rent-
eti tor the w inter wn n very fairlr built
. . . .n"a,.r' 1,01 n " "'!. and not
I i im Biii'immicsnum ro. i nrv
I Irmili A.l ...11. il.t .
I hntl Ihrtl there from .mrmlifr to the
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""".ary without cier having
Kr" oougui to mink of mice. Hut In
I February Kthcl heard strange sounds
nv niiviit to ii ni ...! . ...
'"ft" v ii i m hi.
'Mother,' she snhl, 'I henrd mice In
my room Inst night, nnd jon know- ns
wen ns l ilo tlint mi lour ns there is nnv
chance of n mouse being anywhere
about thnt room I can't sleep in it.
.Mrs. llerry knew perfectly well that
this was no exaggeration. Theelrl had
not slept mor.! than one hour nil the
previous night, nnd that would not ilo.
They rigged n grnss hnmniock for her
In her mother s room she could siren
all right in n hnmniock nnd n search
was made for n mouse trap.
wow, tlie town where the Ilerrvs
were staying was n nice enough little
place In its way, but it was not n crrnt
commercial center. You could buy most
things thnt winter visitors to Florida
lire likely to want, but this did not In
clude mouse traps. The storckeepir
Mini lie huil never licfore thought tlu.t
there was nnv demand for mouse trans
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"m0,1? M Mn , otiM send
" ""isignmcni oi tnc newest make,
i l"an meant waiting for,
pcrhniis, u week, and lettini; the mlri
have thi ir fling In the meantime. Kthel
RJlIil Lhn mil.l tllll l,n 11...... I.. !.
v. w..,,. r,,,, ,i, lllllll HI ,n-
next room nt night, and they kept lur
awake, nltlinugli she felt more seeute
in the hammock in her mother's room,
She wan urgent to have those mice ex
terminated, nnd she was a young worn
an accustomed to hate her will oleed.
"This was a chance for the voting
lnnn to prove his devotion, lie hnd no
mouse trap to offer the lady, but he hnd
a horse, anil lie could ride thnt horse
far and fast. lie mounted nt dawn.
nnd rode to a port "2 miles nnnr, where
there were many ironmongery stores.
nnd at night he returned in triumph,
though n little wayworn, bearing the
"It was a bumble sort of mouse trap
-one of the wire cage kind, but the
young l.ngllshman thought it would
do. So did Kthcl. She rewnrded him
with sinilrs and thanks; he was happy.
nnd the trap, baited with codfish, was
That night Kthcl again thought she
heard stirrings, but In the morning.
when her gallant came, early, to see
how his trap worked she herself could
not face the chances of seeing a mouse,
even in captivity it was found that the
trap was empty,
To tell the truth,' said the young
man, 'I never had mucli confidence in
this kind of trnp. Sorry I didn't look
for one of the other kind with a
spring, you know. Anil, come to think
of it, I don't believe mice care much for
eodllsh. Do you? Well, I'll just ride
over again to-day and sec if 1 can't get
one of the spring sort.
That was n very fair test nt that
young mini's devotion, I think, lie bad
ridden nlibut 45 miles the day lieorc,
nnd here he was going to do it otr
again, just to get a lietter mouse trap
lor nls iuiiy love, l Know it mane u
deep impression on her nt the time, for
she told me ns much. She told me ihnt
when the Honorable. Tom that was his
inline started out on Ids second mouse
trap expedition they had it nil pretty
well settled thnt they kIioiiM be mar
ried two weeks inter, in n (pilct wny.
He said that he wanted tn surprise his
brother and 'all of them at home, so
he ""t say a word nbout It be
forehand just send them n cable to
say lie was married. And I quite, be
lieve that Mrs. Ilcrry would haveglicn
her consent; she liked the wny the
young man had acted In taking her into
his confidence from the first.
"Well, that second time ho came
l)ack thvr turlicr thau ,,c 110,1 ,1,c
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night liefore. The mother and dniigh
ter were sitting up, waiting for him on
the veranda. He had succeeded In get
ting n spring trap, nnd with it lie !
brought a great hunk of elicrse, buying
that cheese was the only biirc bait for
mice.' 'And If thnt doesn't catch 'em,'
he said, 'nothing will. You must pull
down the house, or get into other i-unr-
ters. Only, don t go nway from here.
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That night, when the trnp hud been
1 Kiil LUIIIIIIUIIl.il III IIIU lli.fc llMlll ill
Irii- ,k J:,hc, trXM it UB
L,1(,,,cn ,,, cUcki mmc(,atcl.. foI.
,,y h01u, ,f ,,. onc , ,
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wllppng the floor mid the walls oi
lc Vext room with It. In lictwccn the
nll(i knocks the two women heard
u,n.i lit-.. .lrl...l ,wnu uh,.,.. 1.. ,.
'"Then they knew what it wus all
And thW w -whnt showed the nr.
c.uur n. of lllBt rJ.
wouUln.t ,mw. one ,nto lhebroo f ,
m0Ub)1 h(i hee there. l,t as soon ns
wa. quite uie it wait a rattlciutkc
she put on her dippers, lighted a lanii
nnd led the way.
"Ily thnt time the violence of the
snakes agonies hnd subsided, lie hnd
stopped whipping nml threshing about
Only the faint tremor of his rail In
kept up. You see, lie didn't cure fm
codfish, but cheese, being tnnde oi
milk, hnd i. certain nttraction for him
lie hnd gone to Imcstlgntc the ball on
that mousetrap and hnd sprung It jusl
ns If he hnd been h real uiotite. The
consequence was that the spring, which
was a good, strong one, had gripped
him tight on the back of his head. And
that was the end of him.
"Hut, though lithel could go Into thai
room with n Inmpnnil look at thesnnke,
the sight nearly chocked her '.'ilo hys
terics. She said she could ncicr forgel
the look ' that dead rattler, jti its
Jaws wide open, staring lit her lu the
corner of the room. More than that,
after she had nenrly dropped the lump
and set the house on lire, she declared
that she must get out and go to sonic
other house. She could not stny lu that
house nnnther hour. Fortunately, there
was n sort of hotel in the town, and the
llerrys went to it. Hut It seemed iery
hard- nt the time nt least that during
the next few days, while she was suf
fering from nn nttnek of feer, the doc
tor would not let llononilileTomct.cn
send her a note. The fact Is, she could
not bear anything that reminded her of
'that hideous night,' as she iilwnjs
Hut here Is where the iiroililenee
Ihnt watches oier good girls comes In, 1
think. Now observe
A few dnjs later, when they were
Just going to start north, Kthcl saw the
joung man and told him thnt their
marriage must' be txistponcd for some
months, until she could forget nil iiImiiiI
thnt horrible mousetrap alTiiir. She
said that, for some time to come, the
sight of him would niwnH remind her
of a rattlesnake with its mouth wide
He tried to tnke her out of It. but
one evening out lu the moonlight the
told him Just how It wns.
Now. you tnsy think that a very un
kind thing for n girl to say to her de
moted imer, and no wonder he didn't
seem to like it. Hut it was just as well
that she did take thnt fancv.
She went with her mother to Ncu
York, nnd there by the merest ne J
dent, plii-crtc she met nnnther Hnc
lishuian who knew Honorable Ton
Then, In conversation, it came out that
Honorable Tom's brother had sent hln
to Florida on pur-mrc to seirntc liiiu
from Honorable Mrs. Tom, who wns n
very undesirable person.
lu fact. Honorable I om wns the black
sheep of the family. In many wnys hi
wns noi a oao icnow neier stole, ol
anything of thnt kind but he had n
wry light idea of his obllgntlous in the
wny of mnrringe. evidently.
He himself said, when hewnsaskid
about the nlTalr, that lie had eorne to
Horldaon purKise to escape from 'that
woman' mennimr Honorable Mi
Tom, his lawful wife.
"So, you see, that mpiisetrnpnnd that
rattlesnnke did one good turn for Kthrl
llerry then, nnd n second good turn, you
may say, when she innrrieil the doctor
who trcntcd her for thcnerious trouble
"And I happen to know that the doe
tor lias mule her a particularly cood
husband. I know it by her looks. I can
always tell a happy wife." N. O,
OLD SOL'S RIDE IN 1849.
I'lunery IVrathrr l'rrillrllnns of the
JfiurnalUu nl I.nnn
In these days of practical newspaper
writing, in which liald facts are ex
pressed In the plainest and tersest form.
the now cry language Indulged In by
some of the "journalists ' half 11 ccn
tury ago sounds peculiar. The follow.
ing coin ulslon was copied by one of the
local papers from the New York Trib
line in ISta as worthy of a high place
in tnc newspaper literature of the
"On Saturday evening, nt 11:1
o'clock the sun rode calmly and inlhlh
over the autumnal eui!nn and cast his
golden anchor on the wintry coast oi
autumn. Hut as yet the ust ocean ol
nlr through which he sails is glowing
anil transparent with the memory of
the long summer days that linie passed
ocr It, darting their ricli beams to its
ery depths. l-,en as we write, how-
i;er, the remembrance fades, like the
sky's blanching snuwnlrs of sunset;
nnd In the dlstuncc the cold gliosis of
winter glare and wine their frozen
wings, which erenk on Icy hinges
winie in tnc silence ot midnight n
prophetic voice of wnlllng nml desoln
tion moans fitfully nt the casement."
lew people can contemplate tide
specimen of literary architecture with
out experiencing n feeling of uwe and
sadness, with n few cold sliUcrson th."
side. It is proof poslthe thnt the pro.
fesslon lias, in some tilings, gained by
what it has lost. Albany Argus.
(.'nmllra .Vlmlt- nf . ii i li I lin.
A Itiissiau engineer tins succeeded In
illseoicriiig a praeflcnl meihiMl of mak
ing naphtha candles. These ure com
iscd of naphtha, jictroleum, tallow
and 11 special substance to glie the
eiiudles consistence. In St. I'etersburg
these lights can be bought nt nlioiit
the same price ns stearluu caudles, to
which they will become 11 formidable
competitor. The naphtha candles burn
with a smokeless flame and glte out n
powerful light. The Inventor intends
cstithlljhlng a latgc factory for the
production of these lights. Chicago
Cause anil ICrTeet.
Uncle Thomas I like ter git up early.
Then 1 can git my work done 'fore
night an' be aide ter go ter bed early.
Johnny W'ot yer want ter go ter
bed early fcr?
"Why, so'. I can git up early. You
know mlghV little 'bout the true phi
lawuhy of life," Judge.
EASE THE WORN NERVES.
A Wiinmn'a Life "lii.iil.l iit lie All
llnsli nml llur -r If SUr W silts
to lie Trul) llniiy.
The wont "duly" lu the mouth of the
ordinary woman Is synonymous with
discomfort. The rccrct of hnpplmss
consists In looking upon what one must
do In this world ns the pleasnntrst
thing life olTcrs. It is only another
case of the miiit of view. The people
who stny young longest nnd who ure
most nttnictitc, whether young or old,
nrc those who do things that they ought
tn do, not from n sense ot duty, but be
cause it is n pleasure.
The woman who stays tip nt night to
nurse a sick friend or to finish a doien
shirts for the heathen Wmise duty
nloue prompts her, white It Is n weari
ness of the flesh nnly sustained by the
commendations of conscience, Isdoi.ig
herself nnd the trlntltc or the hi.ithou
wrong. She is dragging through n link
which Is repugnant to her, nnd :ie
shows In her face before many vents
hate passed Hues Indlctititc of tiunccc
Contrast with the ucrtoiis, hurried
woman the wholesome, rrd-ehiekt'd
matron who "taken things ensy." It is
not necessary to neglect hotni- or hus
band to do this, for she does quite ns
much In by way as the woman who is
always "rushed to death." The one
who Ihes by conscience fccU that she
must do by her nrighlxirs as they do
by her, and consequently her friends
rice I ic Imitation, to dine at her house
even when they find tho hostess In n
fclnte bordering In nerious prostration.
She must return the hospitalities she
hns rerclied nt any cost, and if her in
come is limited she will tuske up the
deflelciKy by oierwork nnd oicrworry.
Her friends know this, nnd it Is 11 trial
for them to dine nt her house. It is
nbsutd to say that onc hasn't time to
tnke eaic of one's self or must not oiler
jionrcr fare than one recchrs. Chicago
FOR COOL EVENINGS.
Tbl 1 n llnlnt) Hill Itntlirr r.ipn.
altr t'rrnllftn to 1 limit Otrr
mt Ksruliii; (,iitn.
This. is an Illustration of the saying
Hint the lies! goods sometimes come In
the smallest iwekitgrs. I.Vnllv oil can
ilo up I be fashionable little summer
rnpe Into u xiteel so small that it can
Ih; stuck away in the handbag and yet
luive room enough for soim-lliing i'Im
a; mi i lie in t u- cape Is linKcil a very
TUB BLMMKIt CAl'U.
large nfTnlr In inuttir of cost. It Is
one of the frholities of the sensnu that
scarcely Ieae you car fure out of a
All slimmer wraps are made of deli
cate, light materials. They are mostly
for show, and tlie faneii r they are built
I'hls very pretty cape wns exhibited
n few dnys ago by n leading tnoilinti
It is tlctclopcd in dotted l)i uli n silk of
turquoise blue, with the figures in dnrk
green. I be cape was trimmed around
the edge with u rullle of spangled tulle
set out itunthrr rullle of turquoise silk.
I he lapels uie of dark giuen silk,
bordered with u heaiy rticlilugof while
chilTon with fancy edge. , row of the
ruehlug In arranged over the shoulders
and across the back to form a louuil
I he collar Is n high, rolling Mrdiel
of Dresden bilk, llmd with numerous
ruflles of pale blue chilTon. The cape
Is lined with blue silk nnd fastened with
civ Milrt a 1st Iliiltiui.
A very good aluminium shirt waist
button linn been perfected and is now
ready for trade. The button is made
out of one solid piece of metnl. no solder
being used, nnd is warranted not to
break or bciyl. Only n inelnl expert
can distinguish between this button
r.tul the genuine gold one, nnd the gold
nlumluliim button issuhl not tobluckfit
Itcmoio the grease stains by riiliblng
with magneslt, or ereiim of tartar, l're
jiare n lather of lukewarm water and
white roup; wash the glows in It, wring
them and tquc cc them through u fresh
lather, llluse first lu lukewiirm water,
then in cold, uud stretch them on
wooden hands to dry in the sun or be
fore o fire.
An exceptionally ugly old woman in
China can ulwuy s mako a fuir lit lug
by acting us brldcsmuld at n wedding.
A Chinese bride makts u point of choos
ing only ugly women for her attend
ants in order thut they uuy act a toll
to tier beaut,
STUDY IN I1AT TRIMMINGS.
Ilanr Tliss Arr .vrrnnaril t'pon lh
le1, Soft llllll l" In uin
A I fv York man who Is famous for
hie wit said the other day that the mil
liners must gather their floral hat trim
mines from irardeiis created sm-elnlly
for their use, for in nil Ids bolnnleal le-
search- and this particular brnuch ol
study is one of his hobbles- he hns
ncter come across nny records of th
specimens which nowadays ndom fnsli
And one Is Inclined to take his state
ment seriously when one sees the won'
derftl creations which my lady wrnrs.
Thi Idea of draping the brim of sum
tucr hnta with n rtilllc of fine lnrc hu
ONK Ol TIIH Nt:V II0N.ST.T3
Inken splendidly. It lends n sweelly de
mure expression to the face and tuuTei
tlie hat picturesque.
One very pretty hat wns trlmmM
with ft mrdlev of odd blooms, Ther
were purple roses, yellow tiolets, pink
daisies, green cowslips, white forget.
me-nots nnd blueilnuilelious.nll mussed
uxin It in such u wny thnt your corm
sMindent was not surprised to hear Hit
wearer spoken of hs "it wntklng tlowei
gnrilt ti." There ns also a Ihiw of rils
bon iqMiri the rrown with flowers
massed at the leftside.
SOME ODD UMBRELLAS
l.uropciuia TmI.ii .Vlnrr I'rlilr In'lbtlt
Itnln lriilrelnr. Tlinn Ilo t'i
pic ,if 'I hi. Country.
Many curious umbrellas are innj
One 1 hate seen can be taken nsirl and
put in ones iel,rt. I lie stick is ol
wihmI nbout on inch in diameter. Th
enter can be turned Inside out ntul
foldcif into ik small bundle. Ily toueli
log n spring the ribs come ofl, straight,
eu nut nnd may he placid lu the hoi'
low of the stick, which is then n terj
piesentnble walking stick. It is found
tery coincident bv lu owner, who Is a
drummer. Another is still more in
genious. I'lie handle Is eurted, and
w hen n spring Is pressed :t pipe flies out
Tlie ribs nre stowed nwnv In lhcn
ter nnd tlie owner has n walking stick,
but In the center there Is nlson rapier,
wiiien may lie draw ii out. Another neal
Intention Is n hollow stick which con
tains n camp chnir. 'l'hree steel sti
Mrts nre pressed out of the top of th
stick, a triangular piece of cantos pin
on, nnd n sent is had which is at least
as comfortable ns a bicycle saddle. All
of these strange umbrellas come from
the old world. The umbrella-nmkcrs
say that Kuropeaus tnke much more
pride in their umbrella! than do peopli
ot i nis country. .Many little jokes nr
concealed in the umbrella h.lndlri
thcte. A handle may present the n-
penranre oi tne henil of n monkey oi
n cut or some other nnliunl, and n secret
spring will cause the little creature to
open its mouth nnd spurt a droit of
cologne on the beholder, -John (illmrr
Speed, In Woman's Home Companion.
NOVEL FANCY LAMP.
t'nlque llralRti In Oriental Wood
llelleMlily I'nrtril ami Ver
.lust now when the housewife's
thoughts ure turning tint aril pretty fur
nishings for the summer home! u word
about lamps is not nmisn. The new de
signs ure strikingly unique this year
I.AMI' OF OItli:.'TAl. WOOD.
and they ure made of ull Imagluury mtv
The shapes, too, are very much
changed from those of previous years,
for Hi lieu of the short, dumpy lamp
with Its large round bowl, there Is a
long, slender vessel with an ull recep
tacle scarcely larger than u rood-
A pretty new lamp design Is one that
Is made of oriental wood delicately
carud nml highly polished. Tin
wood Is u dark brown and the llguret
n r enameled la dark green. Th
lamp stands ulmost VA feet ldgh, ex
clusive ot its Iwsc, The proper shadi
for such a lamp Is made of deep red
French tissue paper, trlmmtd around
tbe ciIkc witb IrllU ol cUiluo,
"Better Be Wise
Than Rich." ;
Wist ptcrte ,i re ho rich tufitnlhey
kneno 4 perfect remedy for All Annoy
Mff diseases of the bleed, kidneys,
th'er And benvets. It is Hoed' s St ,
SApAfilU, tvttfch is rerfect in its Ac
tion to reguhtes the entire system
as to crtng ixjorous iieAJin,
Here llie v cf louiucl for the drfrnia
llin'lrd ttilh im itifiii
' tirndnnrii i I he Jury," he tried, "you
tanno. In-nive the riunrr In le the tout,
rah u'st.tiif vi' in tne pi'.-riulion ttoiihi
Ill.tkt him "lit to lie' rie In' i.. I Slid l.
iiil.itiiiit ixiM he have nuirdritd his tide,
as he is iiuil of diMti7 Wniild lie not
mlhrr h4e sutitd her III order Ihnt
nrniht he here st tins trul to ttrrp fur Inm
and influent e i-.iir t.-rthet ttith Iter leatsf"
(Inly the ihmighllesa think lattyrradn nut
assist the elidt of Justiie. Dctrsil Journal.
Ilia 'eirit,-rrlss Mpmtl.fc.Aratrl
f kb VVMe lNarrtmN,
Contains ItKl tiiptrh halftone rngrariiiKi,
nisile from .li..t"t!rspl taken nt our At my
in isnin, nn Ii4ii ..ris si..) in act ml srrtirr,
S4inii and Anieriun loin huata, Culsi.lla
vitn.i, .Msinll.i, lnnlaKs. Atihitictiiif ;
shutts the msnnrii sfid torn of tkr prtt
pie tf tur ii. .f Island. I'm lines of our He
roes llrsrv, lltnersl ( turns Kinn (tiwwn
as ('apt. Miarles the author I. kteler,
ll".oii, llii m sell,. sainwiH, Miles, Seldey.
Misttrr, lyr, ltrs,k, I jtinli, tirnups til
Mix r re. Cita'ry, Atliilery, Inftntrj, Ships,
liillr pntdiie, wim-Ii Silditis, Initititsnts,
( 'Im kamaiifta, .la, Lmiihi.V, Tsiiisj, litt
1'aretttll Uttn Home, IIimU!, Clsra
llatton. Ib'iiah liiiler. Stniiajo, San JiMn.
MsiniU, the lleautiful unten uf Cuba ami
The Allmm Is vS iitrhes, weijlis 13
oume, printed on tinrat n alnl lat.r.
Sent I Itl.K to ast al Ireaa in the l'ultel
State, (an. da it Met lor I'.' ittt in
stamM r ."in. to i. t.r watat assl tk
ing. ("pi mtr l urn ut aay 1st Let ullira
tf the It it l our I! u:
(Inter at ofn. as the edition r Nnilleil.
Aiki'ts. W AItlliA .1. LYNCH, t'earral
ratseeater and 1 1 l.rl Anl, "Il iJ l'uur
ltiHIte, ' Cipi innali. Ohm
Maik mttiope "War Album."
")s rnii see thai pal yonnic man rssKrj
out 'kl' at th ribbon cvunler!"
Tale's atsfu'lv funnv. sometimes. Ten
years f. sthrn Hi- s't tsfUit r, lit
one ammiion Has lo Ik- a in iilitr tsHMlsrassi
tUh liotisvtitlislasso " Itcrlln (Mil.) I let
Inlrriiallonal ( iml rotloi,, llaplttl Young
I'eople'a Tnloa lf Atlterle.
Itlehnioihl. Vs.. July UtolO. ISt'.i. the (i
II A II It f ttill main n rntt. of ni. fll
for Ihe roiissl trip -! Rnlntf July II. I'J
nisi 1.1 Kiat returnotK liom IticbmoHil mtt
Inter Ihsit Julv al Ily .le)aaltlMt tletat
villi .nil sk4iI on or lvtmi Jtdy II assl
stMtietit of 'a reel- lelulH limit tHty ,
estenihsl lolrttte lH-biiiuil not Inter thou
Angyat UV lW Swl II ,V II. aRfiits fur
"fihe has a nriirkal!t time,"
"In Khun r.-.-s.t?"
"In iiinhre '
"No t..n ler She used to cult a Jnjcisj
tlliip to ihniur ' - t 'oelah-l I'Wm IHater,
Tn ( nr. "lil In One liny
Take l-malno llrnmn I illt Tahlela. Ait
Uni(.-wttr fuuliHiiK?) lllllaitoeuru.ijo.
ii .t rr.. t.'.le for asr girl ta hia
sever 1 1 t
ui. lu. i. .n the stung. Alca-
A h I
' 1 ,t r ted r.'i Ins dossed
L W llu Ictin
Poor cloihcs cannot make
you loo!, old. liven pale
checks won't do it.
Your household cares may
be heavy and disappoint
ments may he deep, but
they cannot make you look
One thing does it and'
It Is impossible to look
young with the lolor of
seventy years in your hair.
permanently postpones the
tell-tale signs of age. Used
according to directions it
gradually brings back tho
color of youth. At fifty your
hatr may took as It did at
fifteen. It thickens the hair
also; stops It from falling
out; and cleanses the scalp,
from dandruff. Shall we
send you our book on tho
Hair and Its Diseases?
Thm Btut Advlam Ft-.
II Ton da nut obtain all th Sens
nu soil aipsclnl (ram th titsnt
lh iKor, will th doctor about It.
rrobablr thcr ll som difficult
with your rsnsrsl ststsni ttlitcn
roar tx illr rrmovtd. Ait lrrn,
Oil. J. C, AYCIt, Uwsll, Mass.
J wins mm Ail list iaiis.
Boat Cuutsb bjrup. Taauia UuuJT
la liinn. tAA br drusaUtA.