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(New York City.-Fancy Mouse, aHIi
V'i pointed collnrH Mint ip:u to n-wnl
ontr,lnjr fronts, nro nnioni; tin- lat
est AalnrcH of thp m-iikoh ninl liave
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V'OMAX 8 FANCiT BLOCSE.
mMed merit of suiting almost nil
iurt'H. The smart May Manton de
si?;n Is shown in Pompadour silk show
'.n;j a white ground, with collar of v. liito
taffi'tn, full front and frills of chiffon
and trimming of cream lace and medal
lions. Willi it is worn a soft stock
with cravntte that matches the waist,
hut all silks, soft wools and the many
chnrmlnir cotton fabrics are .icnro-
'a ne foundation Is a fitted lining that
closes at the centre front. The waist
proper consists of fronts and hack
and is arranged over the foundation,
lnr and notched lapels, and a poeke
Is Inserted In the left front. The sleeves
are In coat style slightly hell-shaped at
the hands. AVhen the hasipie exten
sion is used It is Joined to the Mouse
henenth the li'lt."
The skirt is cut la live gores that,
are shaped to avoid darls at the hips
and that widen hclow the knees. The
flounce 1 circular, curved to he amply
full, and is seamed to the lower edge,
so giving a more becoming effect than
Is possible when arranged over the
skirt. The fullness at tin hack Is ar
ranged in inverted pleats that are
stitched flat fui a few Jncli"S below
The miantity of material required
for the medium size Is nine and 11 half
yards twenty-seven inches wide, five
thiv.Miuartcr yards forty-four inches
wide or five yards fifty-four inches
wide; for the blouse alone three and a
quarter yards twenty -seven inches wide,
one and three-quarter yards forty-four
Inches wide or on 1 and live-eighth yards
forty-four inches wide; for the skirt
alone eight yards twenty-seven inches
wide, four and three-eighth yards forty-four
inches wide or two and a third
yards fifty-four inches wide.
A Handsome Skirt.
Long trained skirts make ssenti.il
parts of correct bridal costumes. The
exceedingly handsome May Manton
design Is perfectly adapted to that use,
and is both absolutely new and grace
ful, hut becomes suited to simpler oc
casions also by curtailing its length.
As shown, the material is white silk
with trimming of Duchess lace In
bauds, medallions and butterfly bows,
A SMART OUTING COSTUME.
; closing invisibly beneath the left front.
;The back is smooth across the shoul
;! tiers and drawn down in gathers at
the waist line, but the fronts are slight
j ly full at the belt where they blouse
? stylishly and becomingly. To the tt'aist
! is seamed the big ornamental collar,
i The centre front Is soft and full, is
jshl'cd across with tiny tucks at in
jfervsils, and finished with a stock col-
lar. The sleeves are in elbow length,
.'with soft frills, but these last can be
f'cut longer and converted into puffed
j under-sieeve of full length gathered at
I the wrists into straight cuffs of lace,
j To cut this blonso for a woman of
j medium size three and a quarter yards
1 of material twenty-one Inches wide,
j threej and one-eighth yards twenty
1 seven, inches wide, two and seven-
eighth thirty-two inches wide or two
I and a half yards forty-four Inches wide
' will be required, with two and a half
i yards of chiffon, for full front and
under-sleeves and five-eighth yard of
itnisting material for collar.
f A Smart Outing Coitumt,
: vKuliig costumes made with short
kirts and blouse coats are essentially
smart, and have the merit of being
comfortable as well. The stylish May
Manton model, shown in the large
illustration, is made of gray Panama
'canvas stitched with corticelli silk, and
worn with a hat of Panama straw
;iV! a shiit waist of white linen.
'he blouse is eminently simple. The
back is !ain and smooth, without full
ness, tutlho f routs, while plain across
be shoulders, have the fullness siylish
iv arranged at the waist line and
,!rrop slightly over the belt. The neck
;s finished with a legulatkm coat col-
a full ruche of chiffon finishing the
lower edge, but all white bridal ma
terials are appropriate when the gown
is to he worn upon the most momen
tous occasion in a woman's life, all
handsome dress materials for the
trained skirt designed for other uses.
Th.? original includes a circular flounce
on front and sides, but can be made
plain if preferred.
The skirt is cut in seven gores, two
of which form the train. The flounce
is fitted to front and sides and can ho
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A. SEVEN -GOKED TUAIXED SKIRT.
applied over th? material or the latter
can lie cut off at the indicated depth
nti:l tiit flounce seamed to the low pi
A BEGINNING OF MILLIONS.
The Chance Through Which One Man
Has Ceccmo Mich.
One Western millionaire came Into
the possession of his wealth through
his own abilities, beyond a doubt, but
It Is also true that Ida opportunities
were excellent. And they cuine to
him In an unusual way.
It happened that the wife of a very
rhh man had for many years Rone
to a certain shop In New York for
her gowns ami had always been waited
upon by the same woman. One morn
ing she went to the store to order a
frown. After the business of getting
the new dress had been transacted,
th sah Bwoman said to her:
"This will be the last time that I
shall have the pleasure of waiting on
you, Mrs. X., for I am going to he mar
ried." When the customer expressed an
interest in her plans the woman told
her that she and the man to whom she
had been engaged for several years
had decided that they might as well
get married as wait, especially as she
had managed by prudence to save a
little money. Said the customer:
"You bring your betrothed to my
house tonight to see me. I would like
to meet him and have my husband
know him too."
A time was set and that night the
saleswoman and her betrothed visit
ed the wealthy patron. The latter in
troduced them to her husband, who
talked with the man and was favor
ably impressed with him. He learned
that the man was able to make only
a small income at his business.
Before the man left the house, a
date for a subsequent visit had been
set. The man, of course, came back
and the result was a place for him in
one of the millionaire's mills near a
That was his beginning. Today he
counts his millions on more fingers
than his two hands possess. And his
fortune came through his meeting
with the millionaire and his good luck
in making a favorable impression on
him as well as on his ability to take
advantage of the opportunities that
came to him. New Y'ork Sun.
"I heard a terrible noise in the
kitchen last night, Bridget. I hope
you didn't break anything?"
"Sure Oi did, mum. Me finance, the
policeman, wuz there, and I wuz after
breakin' th' ingagemint." Yonkers
Supreme Court Suitaln the Foot-Emo
Justice Laughlin, in Supreme Court, Buf
falo, has just ordered a permanent injunc
tion, with costs, and a full accountiug of
sales, to issue against the manufacturer of
foot powder called "Dr. Clark's Foot Pow
der," and also against a retail dealer, re
straining from making or selling the same,
which is declared, in the. decision of the
Court, an imitation and infringement of
"Foot-Eank," the powder to shake into your
shoes. Allen S. Olmsted, of Le ltoy, N. Y.,
is the owner of the trade-mark "Eoot-Eahe."
The decision In this ease upholds his trade
mark and renders all parties liable who
fraudulently attempt to place upon the
market a spurious and similar appearing
preparation, labeled and put tip in envelopes
and boxes like Foot-Eask.
The twoi, tunned most needed in Europe
now are for the Caucasus and the Pyre
nees'. An Ei Chief Justice's Opinion.
Judgo O. E. Lochrane, of Georgia, in a
letter to Dr. Biggers, states that he never
suffers himself to be without a bottle of Dr.
Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial for the relief of
all bowel troubles, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, etc.
Sold by all Druggists, 25 and 60c. bottle.
Kansas has COO more miles of railroad
than the State of New rork.
Tetterlne in Texua.
"I enclose 50?. in stamps. Mail me one or
two boxes of Telterine, whatever the price;
it's all right does the work.'' W'm.
Schwarz, Gainesville, Texas. 50c. a box by
mail from J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.,
if your druggist don't keep it.
The flatterer often gets the reputation of
being a delightful conversationalist.
TYIJKK BY TIIK SKA.
The Most IK'ligtitr.il Seashore Itesort
N On the South Atlantic- Coast.
Low Rate Exeur-dou TickeU ara now on
sale at all ticket oflloes on the Central of
Georgia Railway. For full particular,
rates schedules, etc., a-k the nearest agotit.
F. J. Robinson, Asst. G ,'l. Pass. Agent,
Savannah, Ga ; J. C. Hailo, Gen. Pass.
Agent, 8nvaniia.il, Ga.
If all women are riddles, the plainer they
are the more readily the men give them up.
We tu'ie p'e 'sure in calling attention to the
BlvjtlBoi ent in a"itber colionri (if Southern
D' lital College. Atlanta. Gi. We recommend
ttila as one t th bent dental cnllejcett in the
country. Thoroughly tqu pped iu every way.
Of the United State:; Treasury recom
Mim J'.l.inch Grey, 174 Alabama street,
Meuiphm, Tenri., a society woman of Mctn
"To a s'H'iety woman whoc nrvou
force it often tax"d to the utmt from
lack of rent and irregular iiiealu 1 know of
nothing which 11 of m much lenelit as IV
runa. I took it a few month ago when I
felt my strength pivitift away, and it ioon
made itnelf man 1 fst in giving me new
utrcritfth and health." Mih Itlanch Grey.
Mm. X. Schneider, Thirty-seventh
I'hi'P, Chicago, 111., writes:
"After taking wveral remedies without
result 1 bcifiin Taut year take your valu
able remedy, l'eruna. I wan a complete
wreck. Hail palpitation of the heart, told
hand an i feet, female weakness, no appe
tite, trembling, Kinking feeling nearly all
the time. You said I wo suffering with
systemic catarrh, and 1" believe that I re
ceived your help in the nick of time. 1 fid
lowed your directions carefully, and cun
say to-day that 1 am well again. 1 cannot
tliHiik you enough for my cure."
l'eruna cures catarrh wherever located,
reruns is not a gue-s nor nn experiment
it is an absolute scientific certainty, l'e
runa has no substituted no rivals. Insist
upon having l'eruua.
A free book written by Dr. Hart
man, on the aubject of catarrh in it
different phase and stages, will be
sent free to any add resit by The l'e
runa Medicine Co., Columbun, Ohio.
Catarrh is a systemic disease curable
only by systemic treatment. A remedy
that cures catarrh must aim directly at the
depressed nerve centres. This is what l'e
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of l'eruna,
write at once to Dr. llartman, giving a
full statement of your cage and he will be
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. llartman, President of The
llartman Sanitarium, Co'.uiiibus. 0.
Some men are too busy to make friends,
and others are too lazy to make enemies.
See advertisement "f KK-M Catarrh Cure in
another column the test remedy made.
Fine feathers may not make fine birds,
but they make a girl feel like one,
"Summer risevhere. Via Seaboard
Is the name of a Summer TourNt Booklet
just iss'ied by th.f Seaboard Air-Line Rail
way, giving complete, Information relative
to the various seaside and mountain resorts
of the Carolinas and Virginia. Copy of
same ean be obtained from any Agent of
the Seaboard Air-Lln Hallway or upon
application to C. B. Ryan, Gen. Pass. Ajit.,
Portsmouth, Va , or V. E. Chrbtta:i, Ass't
Gen. Pass. Airt., Atlanta, Ga.
The present law in Oermany limits wom
en's labor to eleven hours, with a midday
rest of an hour and a half.
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Dr. Llewellyn Jordan.
DR. LLKWKIJ.YN JORDAN, Medical
Examiner of the U. S. Treasury De
partment, graduate of Columbia College,
and who nerved three years at West Point,
has the following to say of l'eruna:
'4tfoip me to expresn my gratitude
to you for the beneflt derived from,
your wonderful remedy. One short
month has brought forth a vast
change, and I now consider myael
a well man after months of suffer
ing. Fellow sufferers, l'eruna will
l'eruna immediately invigorates the
nerve-ccnties which give vitality to the
mucous membranes. Then catarrh disap
pears. Then caUrrl. ic scrmuncntly cured.
AND I U1N N
The soma of perfection in corsst mining.
naie na equals lor easa, gtaat), anu B.uja:.uo. y
XZK VDITR DKAI.KR
TO SHOW TIliM
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WUKUtO I tit,
Tanks, Sucks, Stind
uiuea and J-beai-lrou
Work, 8hafilnK, Pulleys, Gearing, Boxes, Hangers, Etc. Bullillng Castings c .st every day; ca
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Of full instruction. AddressDr. S. tV. Foster, Dean, CI Inman Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.
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I would feel bloated after eating
the plainest meal. I would suffer
with headache that nearly drove
me crazy and would be so nervous
that if any one spoke a little quick
to me I would cry. I could not help
it. I was not fit for any kind of
work. Since I have been taking
Ripans Tabules the neighbors and
my friends notice the change and
inquire the cause. I always say
Ripans did it. 1 take one after
each meal and one before retiring.
The Five-Cent packet Is enough for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,
tO cent 4, contain a suddIV tor h yetr.
The 1 arson t Tailoring
Home iu the world
wuutt men In ewrj
town nnil county In U.S.
to takonter for irmrie
to nnHure clothing.
Wo tf itch yon the bnm
nens nnd itiirt you Free.
This la no cheap
"readymailo" or fnke
sehoma. Wo offer tlOXK)
to anyone who can
prOTe tnat any (tarn-.ent
ire aend out ia not cut
and mndo to meannre.
None bui Union Labor
employed. Union Label
in evorr garment.
The enormous vol am 0
of biiDinen tumbles u
to aell Fine l ailorinR
at lowest prices ever
known. Our salesmen
have 110 coiiiMt it inn
and earn from J3I to f(0
per W(t.in rereryoa
to hundreds doing It now. A grand opportunity
forenergetio men. Eren a part of your t ime will
bring yoo from $10 to A per week. Eierience
nnneoeaHary; W0 ttll you how and guarantee
Onr sarmenta are worn by all claaaea in every
part of the Union. Taking orders la busy, plnaaant
and profitable. Being the larizeat corporation of
the kind, we easily undersell all competition.
Only one inan employed in each locality. f)on't
rlelay. Send your adilresa with references and we
will explain how hundreds have escaped from
drudjiery at starvat ion wage and now earn from'
one to three tliounaud a yenr. You can do the
same. Our references -The Nationnj Bank of the
Republic, any Kxpress Co., or reliable lacrcau'.ila
firm in Chioago. Write at once
XLLINOIS CUSTOM TAILOEXNG COMPANY
147.161 Fifth Ave.. Chicago, Ills.
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PENMANSHIP, etc, snccesfcfallT T 7 M
tanght by mail (or no charges) byi i j t,
Draujhon's Bus. Collages Nash- L
TiUe, St. Lcuis Atlanta, Wont pom- .t- -'s
ery. Fort v'ortli, GalveFton, Little k
Kock, Shreveport. May (iepo-t money in bank
till K)t.il:on ib M cured, lii.ovl students. For
BKklet on "IJoma Smy"or college Ca'ali r. ad.
Dep. 09. Driushon'i Bus. Cell. Nishvi!le,ttp.n.
1E-H Catarrh CofflBonml
Cures Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchi
tis and Colds.
A S!LD, FLEASANT SMOKE,
We elre an Iron-clad t'tiarnnt-e tlutt Its
proper ur6 will cure CATAItltl! or your
monev refnnded. For tobnceo users we make
EK-M Mellcatol floats ami Siuoklm
Tibcco, cin ryi hi; same medic jproperties
a tlie cinnpoiimi. 8in les Free. One box,
lie month's treat nieut, une dollar, postpaid.
Yiur driipglHt, or
EE-M Compan3', - Atlanta. Ga.
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