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in Ready Made Suits,
Royal Baking Powder to be superior to all other
strength and leavening power.
Cocoonut ruddlng. A quarter of a
pound of sugar, a quarter of a pound of
cocoanut, thrco ounces of butter, tho
whites ot six eggs, one tablespoonful ot
rose-water. Heat tho butter and sugar
smooth, whisk tho eggs and add to It,
then stir In "tho grated nut. Cover
your plo plates with rich crust, fill
them with tho mixture and bake In a
modern to oven. lloston Itudgct
Ilrollcd Potatoes. Serve these with
tho first sausages of the season. Cut
largo cold boiled potatoes In thick
slices and brown on both sides over a
clear fire, laying them between the
bars of a donblo oyster boiler. Season
with salt, pepper and a llltlo melted
butter. Hroll the sausages, splitting
them It too thick and sprinkle each
with a few drops ot tho Juice of an
orange. American Agriculturalist
naked Cabbage. Boll a firm head
of cabbage flftcvn or twenty minutes,
chunking tho water at first when It
comes to a bolL Strain Well and set
away to cooL When cold chop fine and
mix with it two well beaten eggs, a
tablespoonful of butter, pepper and
salt to taste and tcacupful ot
sweet milk or cream. I'laco In a buttered
pudding dish and bake to a delicate
brown; to be eaten hot- Orango
Fried Bananas. In New Orleans
thoy prefer the red bananas for cooking,
but the yellow ones aro good, if used
before too rip). Peel and cut in halves
lengthwise half a dozen or more; make
a thin batter ot three eggs, sifted dour,
and a spoonful of water; beat until
smooth; dissolve and stir In. one-fourth
spoonful of soda, dip the ban anas into
the batter, covering them well; have the
batter thick euough, so it does not fall
off; have ready a, kettlo of hot suet, dip
them In, auJ try, skim outaui drain oa
light brown pap'r. sprin'clo with white
sugar unilnerve hot. N. Y.
Godlveau. Take fillet of 'enl, or
breasts ot fowl or game, fresh pork or
sausage meat, beet marrow or suet.
equal quantities of each, real sweet
breads, truflles and mushrooms; season
these article with pepper, cloven and'
nutmeg, all In powder; pound thorn all
together, and put In (one at a tljio)
the yolks of three r ggt; pour lu also a
little water, pounding continually until
It Is reduced to a sort of paste; make
a small ball of it, which boil In a little
water to ascertain whether It bo
salt; sweet herbs may bo ndded
when about lo use- It Doston Herald,
Mushrooms au Gratln. Cut the
stalks nnd peel the mushrooms. Chop
lean, boiled ham and a llttlo parsley
very fine. lut thorn la a stew pan with
a little melted butter and a pinch of
flour, some seasoning nnd a soupcon ot
finely-rubbed thyme; place on the firo
to get qulto hot, then stir In as many
eggs as required to make it a thick
custard. Tour will do for nearly a cupful
ot ham. Fill tha mushrooms with
this mixture, place them lu a shallow
stowpanwlth some butter and gravy,
cover with bread crumbs nnd place In a
hot oven for fifteen minutes. Dish them
up lu a heap on a hot dish and pour
boiling gravy around them. Good
A leap year german bad among
others a heart figure. Ono screen were
pasted large red hearts of paper. To
each lady In turn was handed a bow and
arrow and tho heart her arrow pierced
provided Her partner, a card bearing a
man's name being held in each one.
Another figure In the same cotillion w as
taken from Portia's caskets. Three
locked boxes wero displayed and three
seeking men were provided by a young
woman with a key each. Tho one
whoso key unlocked tho casket that
held a heitrt got tho fair one'a hand for
the da nc o, the other two finding as
their portion, respectively, a Unlfo the
cut direct and a mitten rejection.
The genuan was led by a woman. N.
How Urea.a Spot. Can II. Gotten 1114 l
and llio fratUU l'laeaa tlrlght.ned.
Itsomotlmcs happens, even when a
carpet has beon taken away and thoroughly
beaten, that Its surface Is soiled
with grcaso, etc., or la the caso of a
light ground it Is really In want of
good .wash. Supposing the carpet to
be tacked down after besting, tho modo
of procedure Is 'as follows: Obtain a
round ball ot carpet soap. Take two
towels ono wet, the other dry and a
pan ot warm water, and begin upon a
section of your carpet Dampjt with a
towel wrung out of the hot waer, but
do not make it thoroughly wot Hub
tho soap drg all over (he aurfaco thus
damped, and then use a falily wit cloth
vigorously over tho soaped part. A
lather Is thus produced which must be
washed away in turn with the towel
wrung out of tho water again. I'lnhh
by drying as far as possible with the dry
cloth. Each section ot the carpet' must
be thus treated until tho whole surface
Is thoroughly clean, and I am qui to sure
the reaul t will bo found equal to the trouble
thus expended. Where tho carpet la
faded merely, unit whero there aro ho
grease a capital
bringing out faded colors to almost
their prUtlno glory, nnd restoring
the long lost pattern to a really wonderful
Hay an ox-gall at tho butcher's
and put It into a pall of water, having
another pill of clean, cold water
ready bc&Uo you. Wring a cloth rather
tightly out nf the ox-gall nnd water,
and rub over, n portion of the carpet
Follow It up with a wet cloth -until a
lather Is proluoed, nnd fluUh with a
cloth tlgitty out of tho cold
wutor. In cleaning a carpet there Isno
need to thoroughly wash It with water,
Th's in ttt ir Is bjst attended to on a
sunshiny day tho windows may
bo left opJn to finish tho drying process.
Tor a nearly new carpat a cloth wrung
out ot ammonia nnd water Is sufficient
to give u bright, clean look to the sur-face.
AN OLD VIRGINIA RECORD.
llrport Matte by a (Irand Juror ef Henrico
Co only In 1077.
There are many old books of record
in tho Henrico county courthouse, and
yesterday I picked up one ot the oldest
if not the oldest there, and opened It
I nt random, "wishing hard," as the
i children hny, that I would find something.
I And find something I did, It being no
more or less than Iho report of John
1 Worsham to the Henrico eounty court
he being n grand Juror of the county at
that time. In the year 1077, or two hundred
nnd fifteen years ngo. These old
books are very Interesting, the quaint
chlrography and careless spelling be
ing Cspcchitty noticeable, while the ink
is as black ns though written yesterday.
The prniul Jurors for the coming term
of both tho comity court nnd hurtlngs
courf can cut nut ami panic It In
their hut. nvnint thtlr assembling
noxt month It Mould Kevin fr un the
follow lug thnl John Wiindiam kept
both Ids ivifc and cir open, for lit- tells
both whet ho nud hirl lit manner
fnllnwliw, rnpy of which I give
To tho 111.' MVirll Ourt of Henrico
County John Vorl um llumby show-
'J'lmt whcrivxtr Worsh'pilmthbcone
pleased to nn I appoint yor
one of the Grmul Jury nf til's
County nf )lcnrlco. ! doth
of his nld pi I theonthby
hhn taken. Humbly present these persons
wIiikm names re under written,
nnd tho tflpnri or by
them 'the tnl diy of
It being the ,S.thluith, loscph
Royall wns nt enrds, by hl.i own confession.
Ffebrunvy ye Sth 1077, I see John
Ditto. Fein Mr Henry Lonne was
druuke In my sigh to.
Ffi'brr.itry ye Id. W77 I setj John Ed-wards
.t one nf Mr Islmm's sci vts. n(
Chequors, on ye Sabbath day.
ye 1C77 Mr. Martin
Elam was by his owne confession
March yo 20th. My ffathcr Ep-s
told mo that John Mllnor wns drunke
and nlNoa Mr. Thos.
Mr. Ilulllngton was fighting whlch
may appear nt jc court by my, ITatlier,
Some tymo In March Jnn, Stunrt by
his anno confesseth was drunko X dsyu
Aprlll ye U. 1073 I sco old Humphries
Aprlll ye 11. 1078 May ffather, and
Mr. Thos. Chamlierlulna wero fighting
A. Mr. Chamberlnlno nnido n breach of
tho law, as It may appenra by evidence.
Charles Feathcrstone by his owne
confession has bceno drunko since he
has bven lu ye Jury nud at yo same
tyme swore (.overall Oatheslu my hearing,
Aprlll the !Jlst Henry Martin a wore
several Oathes, It being on tho Sabbath
Apt 111 ye HA I see John Howman
Aprlll ye SOth I seo John Wilson Sr
May ye 6th 1078 I sec Charles
"and Edward Stratton Junior
fighting, b ml wtramuch In drlnke, It
being on tha ftibbath day- nt night,
Mny ye 18 .t H 1 seo Edinnnd.
May yo 'Jl, 78. I see Martin Elam
and John Clyburne fighting.
Mny ye 2.1th 7H. 1 seo John Howman
Mury Spnrloy by her owne confession
has not beon ehnreh above
three tymes within this twelvemonths.
Homo tvnirt since Chilli turns I see John
Howman druulto on the Sabbath day
and to tho lxntof my knowledge Mr,
(loorgu Drowning has not been at
churuh H tymea slnco weti were In this
ilnc. And 1 think Mr Pleasants and
Ids wlfo cmncs not to church and likewise
Mr, William lluteher.
Pr Wm. Handotph, Clerk Court Richmond
Hall's Hnlr Kenpwer will keen tlio
Lair vigorous ami healthy ami a natural
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Tlxe Fair is
mtmttiUle mmfttdttmu tffc
88. HOPiaNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FIUDAY, NOVKMHKK -1. Us2. rWtfQE A. WEEK AT $2 A YJSA
AT LESS THAN COST.
People ivlto know us,
just what it says LESS TITAA COST.
We don't advertise fakes. Some folks do.
For Ladies' 2 piece all wool Suit,
down from $5.00.
Ladies' 2 piece Storm Serge Suit,
Ladies' 3 piece Storm Serge Blazer,
Eton and 2 piece Reefer Suits, down
Ladies extra fine 3 piece Storm
Serge Suits down from $ 5.00.
Also on this date we'll put on sale
35 Pieces Standard Prints, New and Choice
5 DENTS A YARD.
Prevailing high price on prints can't hold
us for we're bound to remain.
PRETTY and CHEAP,
Plates 10 cts.
Cup $ Saucer 15 cts.
Fruit Saucer S cts,
Now Subjeots,! E2HH
Unow that this means
Sixty Million Bushels of WheatA
Bushel for Eyery Inhabitant of the
United StcteTho Kansas
Crop of '02.
Kbvcrln the history of Kansas has
that Stale lintl uili boimllliit caotia ni
litis year. 11o fanner cannot t;ct
enough baud to harvest their croi,
ami llio Sania To hat made
special rates from Kansas City anil
othor .Missouri Jthcr towns, toiiidiico
Harvest nanus to ko U'lo Uie Slate.
'Um wheat cioiiol tha Sinio will be
from sixty to million bushels,
and llicniuliiv is hiirli. The irruss
crop Is made, and Is a very Inrfjo ono;
morally poiaiuo, rye, barley and oat
crops uio made, and aro ull laro.
Tlie '.voallicriius been lironliloin lor
corn, and It is tho cleanest, best look-
ttijf coin to uo tumid in the country
to-day. Cheap rHe will bo inado
fiom Chicago, St. Iuis and all imlnls
on the Santa To cast of llio MUsouil
llhcr, to allKantas points, on Auf.
'M tind Sop'ciiibor 27. nnd these
cuitlons will jjlvcuciiaiKoforccstcin
lai'incis to sec what tlio real sunflower
Slalo can do. A good map or
Kansas will bo mailed JVco upon
lo Jno. .1. Jlryne,
HlocU, Chicago, 111., together
with reliable MaiWiics ami information
about Katitas lands.
Tho flint stoam firo
ungiuo was bliown in Now York in
An houostSwodo tolls his story in
plaiu but uuinislakablo laugungo for
tho Uueiit of (ho public. "Ouo of my
chllilron took a sovero cold nnd got
llio croup I gavo her n toaspoonful
of Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy, nnd
iu Iho mimdos later 1 gavo hor ono
woro. By this time alio bad to cough
up Iho gathering in her throat. Thou
Bho wont to sloop and nlopt good for
fifteen tniuutos. Thou sho got up
and omltodt tbeu sho in
bed and slept good for iho romaiudor
oi mo uight. bho got Iho croup tho
iiiui anu i. gavo nor tuo raiiio
remotly with tho sama good results.
I wriltt this because I thought there
might bo souio ouo iu tho samo need
nnd not know tho truo merits o! this
wonderful roediciuu, Ciubixs A.
TuoxruLV, Des Moines, Iowa. 25
and 50 coot bottles for Bala by
& Wood, druggists,
Iu tho manufacture of brordcloth
there-urn 05 procosBos through which
Lemon Chemical o,I regard your
Chill Touic tha best 1 Uuvo over tried)
In fact I Hneut half my salary fur chill
medijine for my (laughter uud used
auniuo jackets for her, nud all this
5V. , :.? B001 uutu r Cavo ner Leraoo
Chill Tonio, nud today Bho is tho
healthiest child Iu our neighborhood:
Iu fnt and oats all sho cau gotj and I
gladly testify to a tonlo that has such
merit, Insist on gutting the kouuIdo
"Lemon" Chill Touic.
DAVID B. SPARKS.
For salo and cuarnntiwd liv If n
ITftrillllnl TTnnblnBvtltn ntul trM.A..
Si Wills, Now stead, Ky.
AN ORCHESTRA IN QReN.
Mr htmnwk, 'nealh tlm maples, swings! 1
flint nosy In drrntrs.
Tha moon, a utalnlng illrcr txnkt, high In tho
azuro f learn.
Deep In tho wood UotU thadows hl!t Ho
checktrnt on Iho hill
Aeuloit inilo "cloth ot JoU" tho Icnro, In
houcllc. ara ft till.
The h Islt tho iho Clotcr's
AVtllo hlrJ, belated, chirps i noil cries out i
Our nightly acrenodo tiofflns; Inilslont, loud
JlelowUw rf.on.nl. ptrrclnR notes, tho crick.
en' shrill "irood oh"r "
rrth nnd atsrrrstir aro na
Tho UitjJtl. orn orchestra "alar" players
nno and all.
"Itclr cnnclMi nong nltcrafos ono theme the
wholu nlihl through.
Tfaouih JutlUnl. 'tis ncsrUoma. What did
four Ikatj dot
Had ihe but born the Utile mnld whom ouee I
used to know!
Ah, Kalr I ha t lonjlcR projcJ, hr Aid you
Had tl but been a lollng "jr," with soft, de-
l IIC101M kin
1 mlsht, erbap, cxultlnglr, thui celebrate my
Night wanta amce. the silver moon by throat'.
nlnil elouil la hid.
The orcht.tra retire she comes sho klascd
me, Xaty dldt
All! IoTe'atounf dreamt how thrilling svect.
It coram but once In lite
"Come, John, ake upt tl'a going to ratnt" De
tdit me atanda mr wlfol
-Mra. M. S. Bibley, In Yankee lllade.
Tho Port Thoy Playod in a Protty
"If It didn't look as if I were trying
to tcnln some benefit from your umbrella,
" lie remarked, as ho cliancril to meet
heron the church steps after acrvlco,
"1 would ask to walk homo rrltli you. 1
didn't cxect rata when I left home, so
I am unprepared."
"However," came her clear reply, Just
arch enough to bo fascinating and just
tender enough to bo frank, "If you'll
carry my umbrella nnd let mo turn my
cnerftlca to kceplnp; my dress cauRht
up out of tho mud I'll be very thankful
Theylind walked, strangely enough,
hulf way home in almost complete
silence, when a man and a woman
passed them, like them under one um
brella, but unlike them tho woman
was held snugly clow to the man's
aide ns ahe clang to hta arm. It was a
pretty picture of that open freedom
which so undeniably marks a congenial
man and wife, whone companionship
hna ripened Into frank trust.
As they passed, Robert Co&rtrlffht
Bnm, i.oir ..vtutr,,ir. perhaps:
"They ore sensible. If two are trying
to use one umbrella thoy are surely to
bo commended It they attire to take up
as little room as posstulo. Even tf It
be noon, won't you take my arm?"
"Hut they are plainly not such such
strangers ns we," sho returned, conscious
that both were treading on dangerous
"Are wo strangers? ho aakcu quickly,
turning his eyes searchlngly to her.
Tho pretty inco grow a trluo pale
ngatnst Its hair. A lump
aiemcd to climb to her throat, but ahe
returned, braroly: "Yea that Is, we'll
always be strangers compared with
lie stopped for an Instant nnd gazed
llxcdly at her till a hot (lush Hew up
from out hor fur collar and sept under
the rclret strings of her dainty brown
"Always?" ho naked, simply.
"Yes. Why, can't you ace that they
She tried to Inngh It away, but it
would have been illlllcult to tell which
pair of lips qulrered the mora or which
pair ot eyes swum In the deepest mist
ns tho two started on, both silent, both
tad, both realizing that a little tragedy
had occurred in that brief Instant under
that dripping umbrella on the noon
Eight years went by and found
Oabriel Vaughne aloue In the world,
w 1th necessity for keeping up a life in
which all Interest and all energy were
dead. She had at last arisen from n
tedious Illness, and the nurse herself
scarcely recognized tho tall, pale, sod-faced
woman, with the short, dark
curls, as tho bright-eyed, light-haired
girl of six months before. Gabriel had
ono thing dear to her, and only one,
and that was a memorv. And soma of
our dearest memories are tha crudest
parts ot our Urea. "tlien finally she
stood before a mirror and realized that
that chunged creature was herself a
mighty resolve filled her she would go
to the soul co of that memory.
Mio know where ho was: alio knew
that he had married thtce years utter
that bitter morning Iu the rain, nnd
had married a weulthy wife. That was
tho reason that alio had thrust him
back from her longugo, just because
of his poverty. Not thut It t.ould pain
her, a thousand times not Hadn't ahe
crlod out, night after night since, that
starvation with hliu would be ouly
bliss? Hut sho had known his ambitions
and his capabilities; knew his
dieams of success, and she realized his
ability to turn the drvTnna to realities
Bhe was poor. Would ahe permit herself
to hang a millstone about his neck?
Would ahe hold him always in the
depths of poverty by being his wife
and the mother of his nocdy children?
No, she would hurt his he art before she
would ruin his life.
TliHfliad proved that she had been
right. Ills wife was n beautiful woman,
nnd her wealth had opened boundless
opportunities to him. Ho had rlson
alio had known that ho would. Hut,
now that sho scarcely was able to
know herself she would venturo Into
Ida world and see for herself how happy
and proud and prosperous he was.
So, having spent all but her last
bin for her tlckot, she stepped Into
Philadelphia one spring ovonlng, stool-log
her hoart to what might follow,
Tha next evening aha had walked past
his great, rich house and was starting
back when a sudden shower burst un.
oxpectcdly upon hor. Sho gathered up
hcrsklits In that particular way so
characteristic of a dainty woman and
was hurrying along when all at onco
sliH was conscious of u sharp childish
cry f.ther side. Turning, sho beheld a
tall, man trying to quiet a
fretiul buby of about two years, which
held out Its dimpled hands to her and
Tho gentleman strove to atop It and
Gabriel sturted on. Hut sharp and
piorclng cume the her
baart bude hei linger.
For tho (list time the mau spoke to
"t Miitst beg ycur pardon, madam.
Ills mother has just died and something
about you sccmslo hare recalled hot
Oabrlcl's henit softened nt once. Doing
straight up sho took tha tiny, out-stretched
hands In her own and murmured:
"I'dur, motherless little one."
Tha father held out his umbrella over
her and for tho first time she looked al
him the fuco was Itobert'sl Bhe wal
glad for tha excuna of turning to baby
again and murmuring something unintelligible.
However, ho had not recognized
her, so sho drew all her sttength
to her assistance and succeeded In hiding
"If you will w alk under my umbrella,
aa I nm going your way for this square,
you can keep dry. And, too, I fear
hnby won't like to part with you now."'
There was no easy way to retreat) It
would have been absurd to scud off In
a changed direction through tho pelting
rain, so sho continued talking hurriedly
to the child. As they reached
the foot ot tho broad stono steps she
stopped. "I cannot thank you enough
for having calmed Leslie. Ills nurse
left this morning and. he will not bo
consoled by any of tho other servants.
So I finally told Mrs. Clarke, the housekeeper,
that 1 would try him for a walk.
Hut will you not take tha umbrella? tt
will lie n shame to expose yourself to
such a deluge."
She gracefully decllaed all thanks
and such kind oilers, and glided quickly
off, a tall, black-robed flguro daring
the watery drops. Hut a perfect shriek
from baby arose when ho found himself
deserted In this fashion, and
each succeeding cry became louder nnd
more distressing. Again Oabrlcl could
not go. Again she came back to him.
"Will you please come Into the houso
with him? Mrs. Clarke may thcro bo
better able to get him away than L"
So Gabriel, carrying his child, entered
his house, unknown, but welcomo
Lcslto was not to Uo easily deceived,
and all the ruses were seen through immediately
by his careful, big blue eyes.
"We must got a this very
night," declared Mrs. Clarke, as sho endeavored
In her practical, cold-hearted
way to Inveigle tho young lord from
his new "mamma,"
"Hut," groaned Mr. Courtright,
"where can one get ono which he can
trust on such very abort notice?"
A bold Idea entered Oabrlcl's head.
Sho tried thrc or four times to speak,
and her voice failed. Finally she
choked back tho lump In her throat
"Would It be presumptuous for me to
offer myself? I con show you excellent
references, and I am now looking
forsome such position."
"You a nursemaid?" exclaimed Mr.
Courtrlglit, In amazemeci Then a
moment later he would have given
much to havo U book unsaid; her plain
black gown was darned at tho ctbowoi
it was merely her way of wearing it
that gave her tho appearance of a woman
of long-founded culture and delicacy.
Two years went by, In which Miss
Varney, as ahe was then known, undiscovered,
was loved by and loved In return
Mr. Courtright's two children. It
won one evening in March just before
1 dusk when alio had left Leslie upstairs
asleep and had just come down to tho
drawing-room w 1th Mabel to stay with
the child till her father come to dinner.
Ho was late, and Mabel wandered off
to a back parlor, thus leaving Gabriel
alono In the dimly-lighted room, when
Mr. Courtright finally cnteyed,
"I shall call .Mabel," she began,
starting from her station by tho window.
"No, Miss Varney, stay. I have
something to sny to you. You remember
how moved I w as tha first tlmo that
Teslie called you 'marumar You
thought then, no doubt, that it was
because of the memory of my -wife.
Tartly so, but mostly because as I
looked ntyou I thought for au instant
that you were the woman who who
might have been Ida mother If the fates
had been kinder. Do you know. Miss
Vnrnpy, that you often remtnd roe cruelly
of a woman 1 loved better than
"Your wife?" She .was glad that it
was dark enough to hido the trembling
of her lips.
"No, not my wife. I loved Marie one
way; sho was tender and truo tome.
Hut tho woman that I really loved "
Then after a short pause he went on;
"Hut what I meant to say to you la
this; I have learned to lovo you n
tlmea hotter than Marie, nnd
sometimes, I almost think, as much as
I loved the dearest cno. Cnn you, will
you hate mo If I ask you thus to be
Leslie's mamma lu truth as well as Iu
Slowly came tho reply: "Hut you
lovo the first woman best of all oven
"Yes, I da Hut, ds I said, I often
almost think that yew are she when I
stop to realize how I 'feel toward you."
Moment after moment went by. Tho
shadows came closer and the rim of
lighter clouds near ,tho west horizon
grew narrower. At last she said: "I,
too, loved in the long ago. Hut I can
never In any way love another man.
"Miss Varney," he broko In.
"No, let me finish," ahe continued.
"Tako an umbrella and go down to the
east gate. Do not aak a question, but
tako thoiimbrella and wait there,"
Then shn rped upstairs. He was
dazed; maybe that wis tho reason that
he, as In a dream, did. as she had bid
and took his station down by tha rustic-gate,
where tha softly falling rain
dripped through tho leaves on to tha
gravel of the walk.
Suddenly he was conscious of u rustle
at his side, and, turning, there stood a
tall girl, with a loving smile beaming
nbovo the samo dark collar with a
awect face shining from beneath the
same velvet bonnet remembered so
well from long ago. and an
voico murmured! "Itobert'
"0brlel?" he gasped.
"Yes," she laughed 'Gabriel and
your nursemaid In one."
When they walked up to the house
that night she clung lovingly to his
arm under the narrow umbrella, far
thoy wore strangers no longer. Inn J
Ilegler, In Chicago News,
-"My dear," said Mr. Hua',ei to his
wife, "what has bocomo ot that box of
cigars you gave me on my birthday?"
"It la upstairs." "Well, get It, pleaae.
Jluunlo wants to smoke, and I think
w. can give him nil he wants in about
three seconds." Harper's Uazar.
"Hullo, Hslcedo! I saw sn account
In the newspaper of your getting
bunkoceV' i'V..." d Mr. Halccdc, "X
guess you did, though I never put my
name to. that there note for publication,
but JUt as an evldeuc. of good faith,"
Free from all impurity:
Royal Baking Powder
l the only baking powder yet found by chemical
analysis to be free from all impurities and absolutely
pure. This perfect purity results from the exclusive
use of cream of tartar specially refined and prepared
by patent processes which totally remove all the
of lime. The cost of this chemically pure cream
of tartar is much greater than any other, and it is
used in no baking powder except the "Royal."
Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly anal) tical clicmis: for the
U. S.'Govcrnmcnt, who made the analyses for the New York ,
State Hoard of Health in their investigation of baking powders,
says of the purity and wholesomcncss of the " Royal":
" I find the Royal Baking Powder composed of pure
and wholesome ingredients. It is a crepm 6f tartar
powder, and does not contain cither alum or phosphates,
or other injurious substance.
(Late U.S.GritChemitt) "E. G. LOVE, Pll. D."
Prof. Love's lests, and the recent official tests hy the
United States and Canadian Governments, show the
Our lew Building is Nearing Gomplction.
For the next few weeks we will devote our
entire energies to reducing our immense stock
before removal. Won't you help us? We know
you will when you learn how we propose to doii
J. H. ANDERSON & CO.
We have the best assortment in the city. .Large Lot Lap Robes
Cold weather is here, eavy tioods
in brisk demand.
stock of Ladies Mens,' BoysYoutha
and Chiidrens' Boots and Shoes in
SEENG IS BELIEVING!
SO COME AND SEE-
103 MAIN STREET.
I have the
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SAM PR ANKEL,