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EASE THE WORN NERVES.
'A Wnninn'ii Life Should Not lie All
Ilnali nml Harry It Slic WnntB
to lie Truly llajip'.
The word "duty" in the mouth of the
ordinary woman is synonymous with
discomfort. The secret of happiness
consists in looking- upon whnt one must
do in this world as the pleasnntest
thing life offers. It is only nnothcr
case of the point of view. The people
who stay young longest and who are
tnos,t attractive, whether young or old,
pre" those who do things that they ought
to do, not from a sense of duty, but be
cause it is a pleasure.
The woman who stays up at night to
nurse a sick friend or to finish a dozen
shirts for the heathen because duty
alone prompts her, while it is a weari
ness of the flesh only sustained by the
commendations of conscience, is doing
herself and the relative or the heathen
wrong. She in dragging through a task
which is repugnant to her, and she
shows in her face before many years
have passed lines indicative of unneces
Contrast with the ncrvouB, hurried
woman the wholesome, red-checked
"fltatron who "takes things easy." It is
not necessary to neglect home or hus
band to do this, for she does quite as
much in her way as the woman who is
always "rushed to death." The one
who lives by conscience feels that she
must do by her neighbors as they do
by her, and consequently her friends
receive invitations to dine at her house
even when. they find the hostess in a
state bordering in nervous prostration.
She must return the hospitalities she
lias received at any cost, and if her in
come is limited she will make up the
deficiency by overwork and overworry.
Her friends know this, and it is n trial
for them to dine at her house. It is
absurd to sa3' that one hasn't time to
take care of one's self or must not offer
poorer fare than one receives. Chicago
FOR COOL EVENINGS.
khln In a Ilnlnty Hut Rntlicr Expen
sive Creiitloli to Throw Over
mi Uvenlncr Gown.
This is an illustration of the saying
that the best goods sometimes come in
the smallest packages. Really you can
do up the fashionable little summer
cape into n parcel so small that it can
be stuck away in the handbag and yet
have room enough for something else.
Hut the little cape is indeed a very
THE SUMMER CAPE.
Targe affair in matter of cost. It is
one of the frivolities of the season that
scarcely leave you car fare out of a
All summer wraps are made of deli
cate, light ninterialfa. They are mostly
for show, and the fancier they are built,
This very pretty cape was exhibited
a few days ago by a leading modiste.
It is developed in dotted Dresden silk of
turquoise blue, with the figures in dark
green. The cape wasi trimmed around
the edge with a ruffle of spangled tulle
Bet over another ruflle of turquoise silk.
The lapels are of dark green silk,
bordered with a heavy ruching of white
chiffon with fancy edge. A row of the
ruching is arranged over the shoulders
end across the back to form a round
The collar is a high, rolling Medici
of I)rcsden silk, lined with numerous
ruffles of pale blue chiffon. The cape
is lined with blue silk and fastened with
New Shirt Wnlxt llutton.
A very good aluminium shirt waist
button has been perfected nnd is now
ready for trade. The button is made
out of one solid piece of metal, no solder
being used, nnd is warranted not to
break or bend. Only a metal expert
can distinguish between this button
and the genuine gold one, nnd the gold
aluminium button is said not to blucken
Remove the greuse stains by rubbing
with magnesia or cream of tnrtar. Pre
pare u lather of lukewarm water and
white soap; wash the gloves in it, wring
them and squeeze them through a fresh
lather. Illnee flrst in lukewarm water,
then in cold, and stretch them on
wooden hands to diry in the sun or be
fore a fire.
An exceptionally ugly old woman in
China can always make n fair living
by acting as bridesmaid at a wedding.
A Chinesu bride makes a point of choos
ing only ugly women for her attend
ants in order Ihut they may net as lolls
to bcr beauty.
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STUDY IN HAT TRIMMINGS.
Hovr The? Arc ArrnnRCil Upon the
New, Soft Effect In Sil'm-
m cr llcndecnr.
A New York man who is fnrrtous lor
hie wit said the other day that the Hiil
llners must gather their floral hat trim
mings from gardens created specially
for their use, for in all his. botanical re
ssarch and this particular branch of
study is one of his hobbles he has
never come across any records of the
specimens which nowadays adorn fash
And one is Inclined to take his state
ment seriously when one sees the won
derful creations which my lady wears.
The idea of draping the brim of sum
mer hats with a ruffle of fine lace has
ONE OF THE NEW BONNETS.
taken splendidly. It lends a sweetly de
mure expression to the face and mates
the hat picturesque.
One very pretty hat was trimmed
with a medley of odd blooms. There
wero purple roses, yellow violets, pink
daisies, green cowslips, white forget-me-nots
and blue dandelions, nil massed
upon it in such a way that your corre
spondent was not surprised to hear the
wearer spoken of as "a walking flower
garden." There was also a bow of rib
bon upon the crown with l flowers
massed nt the left side.
SOME ODD UMBRELLAS.
European TnUe Store Pride In Their
Ilnln I'rotcctorx Thnn Do Peo
ple of Thin Country.
Many curious umbrellas are made.
Oct I have seen can be taken apart and
put in one's pocket. The stick is of
wood about an inch in diameter. The
cover can be turned inside out and
folded into a small bundle. By touch
ing a spring the rib come off, straight
en out and may be placed in the hol
low of the stick, which is then a very
presentable wa'.Jdng stick. It is found
very convenient by its owner, who is a
drummer. Another is still more in
genious. The handle is curved, and
when a spring is pressed a pipe flies out.
The ribs are stowed awav in tho cen
ter and the owner has a walking stick,
but in the center there is also a rapier,
which may be drawn out. Another neat
invention is a hollow stick which con
tains a camp chair. Three steel sup
ports are pressed out of the top of the
stick, a triangular piece of canvas put
on, nnd a seat is had which is at least
as comfortable as a bicycle saddle. 'All
of these strange umbrellas come from
the old world. The umbrella-makers
say that Europeans take much more
pride in their umbrellas than do people
of this countrj-. Many little jokes are
concealed in the umbrella handles
there. A handle may present the ap
pearance of the head of a monkey or
a cat or some other animal, nnd a secret
spring will cause the little creature to
open its mouth nnd spurt a drop of
cologne on the beholder. John Gilmer
Speed, in Woman's Home Companion.
NOVEL FANCY LAMP.
Cnlqne Dcilen In Orlcntnl Wood
Dellcntcly Curved nnd Very
Just now when the housewife's
thoughts are turning toward pretty fur
nishings for the summer home, a word
about lamps is not amiss. The new de
signs are strikingly unique this year
LAMP OP OIUENTAL, WOOD.
nnd they arc mnde of all imaginary ma
terials, The shapes, too, are very much
changed from those of previous yeurs,
for in lieu of the ssliort, dumpy lump
with its lnrge round bowl, there is a
long, slender vessel with nn oil recep
tocle scarcely larger thnn a good
A pretty new lamp design is one thnt
is made of oriental wood delicately
carved and highly polished. The
wood is a dark brown and the figures
ure enameled in dnrk green. The
lump stands almost 1 feet high, ex
clusive of its base. The proper shade
for such a lamp is made of deep red
French tissue paper, trimmed around
the edge with frills of chiffon.
With nearly all who are seeking a,
place to spend the vacation time, or to
live for the summer senson a prima
rcqulslto is suitnblo water for sailing.
There are ninny desires nnd different
ideas on this subject as on fishing or
any other sport. For some racing nlona
is attractive, for others long cruis3
with frequent stopovers making good
harbors necessities, nnd then there are
a great mnny who desire quiet water
nnd with whom safety is the first
thought. Long Island with its two
hundred and fifty miles of const Hn
offers to every class of sailor his heart
felt desire. Yachtsmen have found the
sail around Long Island one of the most
attractive nnd varied courses known
Along the track of the big liners on the
Ocenn or South Shore, or down the
Sound with its numberless bays, beauti
ful harbors and safe anchorage; the
harbors surrounded as they are by
wooded hills, beautiful towns and pic
turesque villages, abrupt bluffs and
stretching beauties of the South Shore
give new pleasures each day. In the
Sound the early trials of nil the famous
racers which have successfully defend
ed the cup against nil comers for years
have been made. Many of the most fa
mous clubs hnve fine houses nnd every
possible comfort for the yachtsmen.
On the South Shore there is another at
traction in its Oreat South Bay, Shinne
cock Bay and the many connections
separated from the Ocean by Fire Is
land. While the water is constantly
changing, nnd the breezes meet little
obstruction, there are no heavy rollers
and white enps, and the factor of safety
is raised to a very high point. The
fastest cnt-boats are built in this sec
tion, and are known everywhere, and
many a famous yachtsman of to-day
took his first lessons nnd gained his
skill nnd experience on these waters.
An unequaled advantage is the fact
thnt all points on the Island are in close
touch with Greater New York by fast
express trains and further by telegraph
and long distance telephone.
A COSTLY ERROR.
The Merchant Thought the Alienor
Vn a ncprcicntntivc of
One of the lawyers says that a client of
his is the hero of this story, and that it
happened here within a year or two. A
man from the assessor's office went into
the store of a Hebrew merchant in the
pursuit of his duties. The two had a slight
acquaintance, so that the assistant asses
sor did not think it necessary to explain his
business. He was rather surprised when,
in answer to his questions, the storekeeper
proceeded to dime on uie value oi msstocK.
De finest in any store of de size in de city.
It issn't vort' a cent less than $5,000."
"Suppose I put it down at that, then,"
said the assessor's man.
"Doit. Do it," said the proprietor. "Yer
von't maig no mistake."
So the assessor's man did it. There waa
lamentation in the store when the tax bill
showed the proprietor that he was taxed
on $5,000 personal, and he rushed over to
the assessor's office with all possible speed.
"Vat its dis? Vat iss dis?" he asked
them, excitedly. "I have no personal but de
stock in my store. I'm a liar if it's vort'
$800. Come down and look it ofer."
Ihev told him that the records showed
that he had given the figure to the as
His hands went up over his head in hor
ror. "My goodness, my goodness!" he
shouted. "Vas dat your man? I thought
he vas from Bradstreet's." Worcester Ga
zette. GREAT LEGAL VICTORY.
Value of an Honored Trade Name Up
held by the United States
The California Fig Syrup Co., of San
Francisco, has just won a legal victory
which is of utmost public interest, as it
establishes judicially a fact long recog
nized ethically that the name or the
title of an article is valuable property,
entitled to the same protection as chat
tels or commercial paper. The com
pany mentioned manufactures an ex
cellent laxative which has been exten
sively advertised and acquired a valu
able reputation under the name "Syrup
of Figs," or "Fig Syrup." Trading on
the Deputation of this remedy other
manufacturing concerns applied the
same name to laxative medicines made
by them. The California Fig Syrup
Co. took the matter in the United States
courts and obtained n permanent in
junction, of which the following is the
"It fa thereupon ordered, adjudged and
decreed, that the Injunction and restrain
ing order heretofore made herein bo con
tinued until final decree herein, and to that
end that an Injunction be Issued as prayed
for in the bill of complaint herein, trlctly
commanding and enjolnlns the defendants,
Clinton E. Worden & Company, a corpora
tion. J. A. Bright. T. P. Bacon, E. Little,
C. J. Schmelz and Lucius Little, and each
and all of them, their and each and all of
their agents, employees, workmen, serv
ants, attorneys and counselors, from mak
ing, using or selling any liquid laxative
medicine, marked with the name 'Syrup
of Figs,' or 'Fig Syrup,' or any colorable
Imitation of the same; from making, using
or selling any laxative medicine put up In
boxes, wrappers or cartons, having on the
same the namo 'Syrup of Flg3,' or 'Fig
Syrup,' or any colorable Imitation of the
same; from making, using or selling any
liquid laxative medicine put up In boxes,
wrappers or cartons, so as to be like tha
cartons, wrappers or boxes used by com
plainant In connection with tho liquid lax
ative medicine mado by It, or so as to be
a colorable Imitation of the cartons marked
Exhibit A, and filed In this caso, being a
carton, box or wrapper used !y complain
ant for Its liquid laxative medicine, marked
and named "Syrup of Figs,' or 'Fig Syrup;'
from making, using or selling any box,
wrapper or carton as a wrapper or case for
a liquid laxative medicine, bearing upon It
the figure of a. branch of a fig treo with
leaves and fruit, and surrounded by the
words In a circle 'San Francisco Syrup of
Figs Company, San Francisco, Cal.,' or any
similar words or figures, or any colorable
Imitation of suoh a symbol or mark, or
from making use of. In any way. In connec
tion with a liquid laxative medicine the
lumo "Syrup of Flea Co.,' or from using
any name whereof tho words 'Fig Syrup
Co.,' or 'Syrup of Figs Co.' form a part as
a buslnesj name of a company, or con
cern, or corporation engaged In the busi
ness of making and selling a laxative med
icine." This decision Is of far-renching im
portance to all manufacturers whose
products bear a recognized title, as well
as a protection to the public whose con
fidence naturally rests In a lnrge mens'
are upon the name of tho goods it buy.
CONVENIENT PIG HOUSE.
The IMnn Here Illuntrntcil Cnn Ua
Adapted to Suit the Size nnd
Condition of Any Herd.
Concerning n modern up-to-dntc hog
house costing $200 or more, large
enough to accommodate 40 or 50, would
say that in building pigpens, like every
thing else, the best is always cheapest.
The plan shown herewith needs but lit
tle explnnntlon, ns it cnn be construct
ed according to the menns nt the build
er's commnnd and it can be made to
suit the size of one's herd. You could
enslly construct a four-room feeding
house on this plan out of good dressed
lumber for less thnn $200, especially
if you are able to do your own enr
penter work. When ns mnny ns 40 or
50 hogs nrc to be kept they nlwnys do
better if kept in different pens nccord
Ing to size nnd ngc. It is nlso neces
.snry thnt different nged nnimnls be
fed a different rntlon for best nnd most
satisfactory results, nnd this can only
be done when we have our hogs prop
erly grnded nnd separated. One thing
we would have in making a hog house
and that is a concrete floor. Any othpr
floor is objectionable in some way. All
kinds of wooden floors make bad rn,
harbors unless they arc built up high
off the ground, nnd in most cases they
soon begin to decny and mnke pens un
healthy. By letting the concrete extend
out to the walls all round no rats can do
any damngc nnd you can scrape or
wash out your house ns clean as a jug
at any time. The cost of a concrete
floor may be a little more thnn wood
to stnrt with, but it is cheapest in the
Let the sleeping rooms be mnde like
a lenn-to, roof sloping just one way
and facing the south if possible. In
these we would have no floor. They
MODEL PIG HOUSE.
can be moved about the yard from time
to time and thus keep a nice pure
place for pigs to sleep, every time it
is moved using clean bedding, or rather
moving every time clean bedding is
used. Water is best supplied out in
the lots instead of in the feed room,
as hogs will keep the feed room more
or less filthy if water is supplied there,
especially if they cnn get to it to wal
low. A small cistern or well is located
in storage room from which under
ground pipes may extend to the sev
eral lots. In making fences between
lots do not make them more thnn three
or four boards high, just so a man can
straddle over them comfortably. This
you will find very convenient in look
ing after your hogs. The outside fence
may be higher if other stock have ac
cess to pens and are likely to jump.
Two nnd a half feet is high enough for
all inside fences. Orange Judd
Cultlvutliiir SiiBllr IlcctH.
In the early cultivation the ground
should be stirred as deeply as possible.
To accomplish this without covering
tho plants the ideal implement would
be a cultivator with numerous long,
hooked teeth, not more than an inch
wide, one of which might be called a
cross between a harrow and a culti
vator. Such culticators are now on the
market. After the beets have become
larger a cultivator with bronder shov
els may be used in order to cut the
weeds more effectually, but deep work
ing of the soil should be carefully avoid
ed, after it has become filled with the
feeding roots of the crop. The after
cultivation should consist in keeping
the ground free of weeds and keeping
the surfnee loose, both points being
necessary to the preservation of the soil
moisture. Farmers Review.
Food of the llrood Mnre.
The mare with foal should have
plenty of nutritious food, but it should
not be the kind thnt promotes the ac
cumulation of fat. The foal is devel
oped through the feed to the dam, and
for that development is needed the class
of feeding stuff that builds up its
frame. Aside from that it is not well
for the foal for the mnre to have much
fat, as there is with such condition
often a certain tendency to a feverish
stnte which would prevent the foal
from receiving healthy support. Let
the feed contain but little corn, con
sisting mostly of oats, brnn nnd good
roughage. Just before the time of foal
ing the feed should have a somewhat
laxative effect, and at the same time
should have the constituents that pro
mote milk production. Texas Stock
and Farm Journal.
Tent of Good I'urilllliK.
"I believe thut no man cuu claim to be
a good farmer who does not maintain
the fertility of the boil," says Waldo F.
Drown, "and thut to do this the best
wuy is to keep us much stock as will
consume most o( the grain and rough
food produced on the farm. To get tho
best results in winter feeding, some suc
culent bulky food is needed, and so
silos huve multiplied. But the small
furmer often thinks he cannot afford to
build one, nnd 1 have found that by the
use of beets and sorghum the silo is not
necessary. To get the most fertility
from our stock, we must save all the
liquid manure, und so 1 have adopted
cement floors In all of my stubles und
have found them very satisfactory,"
ftrt y k Unit t
fait i frnt '
w tit ft sy
m ks fcs isi &3
Team Wlpo Ont All Gnllt."
This anecdote in related of the Aus
trian emperor: A sentence liatl been
pronounced in n criminal court and the
document was brought in to the em
peror for his signature. He hncl just
commenced writing his nnme when n
tenr fell from his eye, blotting out the
letters. The emperor folded the ptipcf
together nnd handed it to his secre
tary, snying: "Tears wipe out nil guilt.
cannot subscribe the judgment. My
nnme is obliterntcd; destroy the paper
nnd let the guilty one live." Chicago
"How is it Wilkins over there look so
cool when everything else is sweltering?"
"Ah, Wilkins is smart. Do you see thos
nlrl nnnnratiniardflrlinif? Will (li.iniiH4.i
the account of February r blizzard. Kvi
time Wilkins beeim to feel the lp.ist
warm he reads about the twentv-some be
low zero nnd shivers. His scheme is cooler
than fan nnd cheaper than ice." Chicago
Ii'rom It nlij- In the Illirh Chnlr
to grandma in thcroelccrGrain-Oisgoodfor
the whole family. It is the long-dcsirid sub
stitute for coffee. Never upsets the nerves
or injures the digestion. Mnde from pure
grains it is a food in itself. Has the taste
and appearance of the best coffee at I the
price, it is a genuine and scicntihc article
and is come to stay. It makci? for health
and strength. Ask your grocer for Grain-O.
Whenever a young wife proposes to hake
her own bread in order to save five cents a
week, the man who has put on the market
an infallible cure for dyspepsia smiles like
& cat that has just eaton the canary. Nau
Do Tour Feet Ache nnd riurnt
Shako into your shoes, Allen's Foot-T2nse,
apowdcr for tho feet. It makes tlghtor Now
Hhoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bunions,
Swollen, Hot, Callous, Sore, nnd Sweating
Feet. All Druggists and Shoo Stores sell
It, 25c. Samplo sent FREE. Address,
Allen S. Olmsted, Us Roy, N. Y.
Nell Did you meet Miss Gotrox's fiancee?
Belle Vcs; he's no Italian count.
"How do you know?"
"He shakes your hand around m a circle
as if you were an organ." Philadelphia
Lnne'n Family Medicine.
Moves the bowels each day. In order to
be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on
the liver and kidneys. Cures sick head
ache. Price 25 and 50c.
Bienstcin Vat vould you do ocf Fortune
vas to knoog at your door?
Grabbenheimer Pull her in undt sell her
To Cure a Cold In One l)ny
Take Laxative Bromo quinine Tablets. All
druggists rcfundmonoy if it falls to cure. 23c.
wnat is the need ot women proposing
when they can make men do it and then
fling it up to them all through life? N. Y.
For Whoonine Uouch Piso's Curo ia a
successful reuicdv. M. P. Dieter, 07 Throop
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, "M. f
Every man knows some other man who
is a little smarter than himself, but he
doesn't like to admit it. Chicago Daily
Hnll'a Cntnrrh Cnrc
Ii a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c.
In the New West.
In a few years the people out west will be
encaged in lynching the automobile thieves.
Now York, Juno 2&
fl'otju. 2 co ia 1 10
WHEAT-Nc, SreJ. bOWcb fcHS
CORN -No. 2 ?i'J iOa
OATS No iwhlte 32', 33
ItYE No. Swcstcrn 6J?' -'
ItEEF Extra mess. 8 75 (ft 0 00
POKK Family 10 DO f 10 75
LAUD Western steamed..... 5 SO 5 25
UUTTER Western creamery 15i4 18 K
CHEESE Lnrn white. 8!i'i 8!
EGOS Western 14!iO 15
WOOL Domestic fleece 10 rt 21
Texas 13 Si 10
CATTLE-btcors. 5 10 5 70
SHEEP-Fulr mixed 3 00 w & 00
HOGS 4 25 w 433
FLOUR Winter wheat pat's.. 4 25 "ft 4 40
Minnesota patents. 4 00 4 15
Minnesota baiters.. 3 20 ia 3 25
WIIEAT-No. i red 73SO 74
CORN No. 3 yellow on track.. S07i 37
OATS No. 2 white 31'i'A 32
BUTTER Creamery, llrsts. .. 17 18
CHEESE-York state, cream. 9 4S K
Ohio state, new.... 7a 8
EGGS-Frcsh laid 13 m. Uy,
POTATOES-Pcr uushcL 60 (.4 00
SEEDS Prime timothy I 20 1 40
Clover 3 60 3 90
HAY Timothy 8 60 & 11 DO
Hulk on market 10 0) 13 00
CATTLE Steers, choice 4 01 5 00
SHEEP Fair to eood 3 50 4 00
POGS Mediums and heavies. 3 85 3 00
FLOUR Family 2 40 2 65
WHEAT No. 2red 727,' 73
CORN No. 2 mixed 35?, S5
OATS No. 2 mixed 27k 28
RYE C17(4 (35
HOOS 3 20 3 1)0
WHEAT No. 2cash. 71jfS 74-!f
CORN No. 2 mixed. 34' 31
OATS No. 2 mixed 25?, 15ft
DEEVES Prlmo steers. 5 40 5 50
Good. 0 2 0 G5
SHEEP Mlxnd grades. 4 60 5 00
Good lambs 5 CO 5 75
nOGS Good mixed 4 05 4 10
Pigs 4 Oi 4 10
BEEVES-Prlme. 5 40 5 45
Fair 4 50 4 85
SHEEP Prime wethers 4 63 4 B5
Choico Lambs . .. 5 40 5 50
HOGS-Yorkers 4 05 4 It)
Pica. 4 OJ 4 10
THE CHNTUH COMPANY. TT
u i P Bjrjr s
THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK
BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE
Why let your neighbors
And why give them a
chance to guess you nrc even
five or ten years more?
Better give them good
reasons for guessing the
other wav. It is vcrv casv:
for nothing tells of age so
quicmy as gray nair.
is n youth-rencwer.
It hides the age under a
luxuriant growth of hair the
color of youth.
it never tans to restore
color to gray hair. It will
stop the nair from coming
It feeds the hair bulbs.
Thin hair becomes thick hair,
and short hair becomes long
It cleanses the scalp, re
moves all dandruff, and
prevents its formation.
We have a book on the
Hair which wc will gladly
It you do not obtain all the bene
fit you expected from tho uio of tho
Vlfrnr. write, tho doctor nbouL It.
l'robibly thero It some difficulty
with your general iritcm rrlilch
may bo easily removed. Address,
ur. J. v.. Aycr, l.owcu, aiass.
i Mines and
" Are the basis of productive wealth in
" New Mexico, Arizona, California t
Cattle and sheep on the plains. Gold,
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mountains. Luscious fruits nnd
golden grains In the valleys. Abun
dant sunshine and pure air every
where. A place to
Make Money In.
Write for free pamphlets and Infor
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as to how to
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on application to Su
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