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NEW CURTAIN IDEAS
I MAY BE MADE FROM CHEESE
CLOTH AND MUSLIN.
Lovely Window Hanging and Por
tiere That Any Bright Girl Can
Devise at Small Cost of Time
To the woman who Is her own
home decorator, the window curtain
furnishes a new opportunity. Women
GOO years ago used to spend a life
time embroidering these hangings.
The modern woman would scarcely
think of making a life work of tapes
She cares more for bold, sketchy
designs, that make a good effect with
the minimum amount of work.
For summer homes. In particular,
there are very attractive curtains
and portieres that may be embroi
dered at small cost of time and money.
Ordinary materials like unbleached
muslin, dotted muslin, cheesecloth or
Bheer lawns can be used, while for
portieres or outer curtains, cretonnes,
art linens, striped ticking or galatea
and cotton or linen taffetas In plain
colors give good results.
A girl last winter worked a set for
the living room of her country home
that have called forth more admira
tion than curtains costing three times
as much generally receive.
The room being done in a soft gray,
the curtains were made of gray
cheesecloth of a fine quality. Down
one side and across tho bottom of
each curtain was a border four inches
wide of scattered conventionalized
leaves outlined and darned In a soft
The straight outer lines of the bor
der were outlined and the spaces be
tween leaves also darned in. Hut
four colors were used, all in the
loveliest pastoral tints of green, blue,
dull pink and yellow. At Intervals of
ten Inches on the border was a large
slx-petaled flower, the edges of the
petals extending a half Inch or more
on each side of the border. This was
worked solidly In a creamy white,
shaded with green, the centers filled
with yellow French knots.
Heavy mercerized cottons of high
sheen were used for the embroidery,
and with the exception of flowers,
which were worked in shaded "en-
Lsington stitch, the work was done in
outline for the edges and plain run
ning stitches about a quarter of an
Inch long to fill up all the empty
spaces and give a glossy, solld-loking
A girl with any small pretension nt
drawing could design such a border
for herself. Draw two straight lines
four inches apart as a foundation of
border, scatter across It diagonally
from edge to edge a conventionalized
vine of any long-pointed leaf; connect
by stems an eighth of an inch wide,
and at ten inches cross band with sin
gle flowers, such as nasturtium, wild,
rose or chrysanthemum.
The design Is first outlined and then
filled in with the darning stitches,
care being taken that the coloring is
arranged to bring out each separate
part. This border, simple as it is,
gives opportunity for original color
effects. If desired the flower could be
one used In wall paper or border.
For School Children.
Supply the youngsters going to
school with folded paper cornucopias,
which come in sealed packages for a
small sum. These are used for drink
lng cups Instead of those found in
public places. It is wise to keep a
Bupply of these paper cornucopias on
hand for those who travel and for the
Bhopper when In the city for a day.
Teach the children to make these use
ful little drinking cups from clean
white paper, and there will be no
dunger of contracting disease from a
drinking cup used by every one who
Save Scrubbing Brushes.
Had usage is, more often than not,
responsible for the short life of a
really first-class scrubbing brush. Aft
er using the brush, never lay It up
side down, as any moisture on the
L m bristles will sink into the back and
make the brush soggy. For the same
reason the household broom should
never be placed In the corner with
the straw part upward. Instead,
fasten It to a catch In the wall by a
piece of string tied firmly to the end
of the handle or run through a hole
Cleaning the Sewing Machine.
A bicycle pump will clean a sewing
machine when it is clogged with dust
arid it seems impossible to reach tho
parts with a cloth. Hlow out all the
little particles with the pump, finally
cleaning with a soft cloth and oil.
r- Corn Cakes.
Put two slices of stale bread in one
quart of sour milk. Let stand over
night, then add one teaspoonful of
soda and one of salt, beat up two eggs,
use one-half flour and corn meal.
Make a thin batter.
NEW 8TRENGTH FOR- WOMEN'S
How to Make a Bad Back Better.
Women who suffer with backache,
bearing down pains, dizzy siells and
that constant feeling
sg MM of dullness and tired
W?4tttk riesfl, will find hope
"WtWmj-I n t,le adv,ce ' Mr81
6fi'AllH MQrv Hlnson of 21,
SsS&SWJjBi Strother St., Mt.
WXy'A Sterling, Ky, "Had
T , ' fl I not used Doan's
.in i I I Kidney Pills, I be
lieve I would not be living today," says
Mrs Ilinson. "My eyesight was poor,
I suffered with nervous, splitting head
aches, spots would dance before my
eyes and at times I would be so dizzy
I would have to grasp something for
support. My back was so weak and
painful I could hardly bend over to but
ton my shoes and could not get around
without suffering severely. Doan's Kid
ney Pills helped me from the first, and
I continued until practically well
Remember the name Doan's. Sold
by atl dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
HOW HE DID THE CHORES
Wound Up the Music Box and Put His
Corkscrew in the Barom
eter. "You needn't wait for me," explained
the head of the house; "I havo a din
ner engagement, an Important busi
ness affair, and no doubt I shall be
kept quite late."
At breakfast next morning an om
inous silence had fallen upon all. The
head of the house had no appetite
and was evidently far from feeling
well. After a painful silence the hus
band, without meeting his wife's eye,
essayed to start conversation.
It's funny about that clock," he
said. "It's stopped, and I'm sure I
wound it last night."
"You are mistaken," said his wife,
icily; "you wound up Willie's music
box instead and it played 'Home,
Sweet Home' till daylight. The clock
in the hall has also stopped, but I find
that you screwed your corkscrew Into
FOR A SONG.
Thomas Tabby Y,es, I fitted up my
flat at a ridiculously low price. In
fact, it cost me but a song.
Tabby Tiger A song?
Thomas Tabby Well, you see, I
started up a solo on the back fence at
2 a. m. and the donations I received In
the shape of furniture, etc., just filled
"Marriage is a good thing for single
men," said the bridegroom-elect.
"Hum, yes," remarked Mr. Henpeck,
"for single men only."
Many a man has sustained a com
pound fracture of the reputation by
fulling off the water wagon.
THE DOCTOR'S WIFE
Agrees with Him About Food.
A trained nurse says: "In the
practice of my profession I have
found so many points in favor of
Grape-Nuts food that I unhesitatingly
recommend it to all my patients.
"It is delicate and pleasing to the
palate (an essential in food for the
sick), and can be adapted to all ages,
being softened with milk or cream
EOT babies or the aged when deficiency
of teeth renders mastication impos
sible. For fever patients or those on
liquid diet I find 'Grape-Nuts and albu
men water very nourishing and re
freshing.' "This recipe is my own idea and is
made as follows: Soak a teaspoonful
of Grape-Nuts In a glass of water for
an hour, strain and serve with the
beaten white of an egg and a spoonful
of fruit juice for flavouring. This af
fords a great deal of nourishment that
even the weakest stomach can assim
ilate without any distress.
"My husband Is a physician and he
uses Grape-Nuts himself and orders It
many times for his patients.
"Personally I regard a dish of Grape
Nuts with fresh or stewed fruit as the
ideal breakfast for anyone well or
In any case of stomach trouble, nerv
ous prostration or brain fag, a 10 day
trial of Grape-Nuts will work wonders
in this way ending the trouble.
"There's a Reason," and trial proves.
Look In pkgB. for the famous little
book, "The Road to Wellvllle."
Ever rend the above letter f A new
one appear from time to time. They
nre Krnulne, irg, and fall of human
FREAK IN SEQUOIA FOREST
Tree Trunk That Has Stood for Six
teen Years Severed From
Out in California there Is a tree
trunk which has stood for the last 16
years entirely severed front its base,
snys the Wide World Magazine. The
Plump Is 15 feet In diameter, and the
trunk towers 75 feet In tho air. This
lemarknble freak Is located near the
Sequoia forest reserve In Tulare coun
ty, California, and was sawn off by
lumbermen for timber. Through some
miscalculation, when the cut was fin
ished the tree Btlll held Its position,
and dynamite was resorted to to bring
It to the ground, which accounts for
the deep gash on one side. After the
first charge of the explosive had been
Ignited the tree still remained stand
ing, and It was discovered that the
entire trunk had been shattered by
the discharge and was therefore use
less for lumber. Accordingly, the
work was stopped and the giant has
remained upright, withstanding some
of the severest wind storms that the
state has known, held In its natural
position by Its great weight.
COVERED WITH HIVES.
Child a Mas of Dreadful Sore, Itch
lng, Irritating Humor for 2 Months
Little Sufferer In Terrible Plight
Disease Cured by Cuticura.
"My six year old daughter had the
dreadful disease called hives for two
months. She became affected by play
ing with children who had it. Ry
scratching she caused large sores
which were irritating. Her body waa
a complete sore but it was worse on
her arms and back. We employed a
physician who left medicine but It did
not help her and I tried Beveral renin
dies but without avail. Seeing the
Cuticura Remedies advertised, I
thought I would try them. I gave her
a hot bath dally with Cuticura Soap
and anointed her body with Cuticura
Ointment. The first treatment re
lieved the Itching and in a short time
the disease disappeared. Mrs. George
L. Fridhoff, Warren, Mich., June 30
and July 13, 1908."
Potter Drug Cnom. Corp., Bole Props., Boston.
18 8URE TO.
Mrs. W. So your husband has gone
Mrs. H. Yes.
Mrs. W. I hope he will catch a nice
lot and bring them home.
Mrs. H. I don't know whether he
will catch any or not, but he will bring
some home. He always takes his
pocketbook when he goes flBhing.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn
that then la at leant one dreaded disease that science
has been able to cure la all Ita stages, and that la
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
beiim a constitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure In taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous
i surfaces ot the syntem, thereby destroying the
foundation of the dbM-ase, and giving the patient
j strength by building up the constitution and awili.tr
; lng nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have
I so much faith In in curative powers that they offer
' One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to
cure. Send for list of testimonials
Address K. J. CHENKY CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family rills for constipation.
May Limit Hat Pins.
In Paris, owing to the increasing
length of women's hat pins and the
list of accidents, such as eyes put out,
ears, noses and cheeks torn, the po
lice officials propose to place some re
strictions on wearing hat pins in om
nibuses, railway cars, theaters and
other public places.
No Shape in It.
" Did she leave her business in good
"No; she couldn't. There Is no
shape in her business. She's a fash
A little bottle of Tlamlins Wizard Oil
is a medicine chest in itself. It MB be
applied in a largMT MHO- of painful
ailments than any other remedy known.
The man who has the greatest com-
i,iundoi' jyM-fUm hi tbf qnq who
knows when to keep quiet.
OF til M" I WKATHKK FNKMIKN
rholoru IstDS worst. Treatment must be prompt. Use
l'alnklllertrVrry Itavls'l which overcome nil bowel
Hrazll grows more coffee than any
other country in the world.
The majority of property owners
are under the Impression that spring ,
time is the only painting time. Hut
the fall of the year offers several ad
vantages to the painter. One of the
most Important Is that surfaces are I
almost sure to be dry, and there Is no I
frost or Inner moisture to work out
after the paint Is applied.
Pure white lead the Dutch Hoy
Painter kind mixed with pure Un- I
seed oil (tinted as desired) gives a
winter coat to a building that Is an
armor against tho severest attacks of ,
the winter rain, sleet, winds and snow. I
National Lead Company, 1902 Trin
ity Hldg., New York city, makers of
pure white lead, Dutch Hoy Painter
trademark, are offering to( those In
terested a complete painter's outfit,
consisting of a blow pipe and lead I
tester, book of color schemes, etc.
State whether you want exterior or j
A New One About Napoleon.
A "new" story about Napoleon Is
necessarily doubtful; the probability
is that it Is simply so old that It has
been forgotten. However, here Is one
that Arthur M. Chuquet prints In
IVOpinion as never before published.
It relatesto Napoleon and Hlucher.
The emperor received the general
at the castle of Finkensteln, while he
was preparing for the siege of Danzig.
He drew him to a window In an upper
slory and paid him compliments on
his military gifts, and Hlucher, going
away delighted, described the Inter
view to his aide-de-camp. "What a
chance you missed!" exclaimed the
"You might have changed the whole
course of history."
"Why, you might have thrown him
out of the window."
"Confound It!" replied Hlucher. "So
I might! If only I had thought of it."
New York Evening Post.
A canary hung directly over the big
square table in the Hungarian res
taurant. "Once," said a woman who was din
ing there, "the bottom dropped out
of the cage, the bird flew at the or
chestra yonder, and we had bird seed
In our soup. It was awful."
"That reminds me," said the cross
eyed man, "of one time wIumi we were
having a little game of poker on the
B. & O. You know how those trains
roll. Well, Just about the middle of
the game down came all the grips and
dress suit cases straight Into the
kitty and broke up l'ie game. Money
flew everywhere. We got so mixed
we couldn't lell which had won or
where the money was that whoever
had won It won. Talk about bird
Where Sitting Bull Was.
Doane Robinson, head of the depart
ment of history of the state of South
Dakota, says of Sitting Hull and the
Custer massacre: "The Indians tell
me that Sitting Hull was a medicine
chief; that he was the greatest Influ
ence among the Sioux at that time by
reason of his constant agitation
ti(,alnst the whites, and that he did
not personally engage In the fight
f.galnst Custer, but that he was back
on an elevation between the Little
Hig Horn and the Hig Horn making
medicine." Indian School Journal.
Important to Mother.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the yTy stf9 z.
Signature of QErffflVUSBki
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
The board of agriculture, industry
and commerce has been granted leave
to establish a factory to manufacture
authentic weights and measures for
uniform use throughout the empire of
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