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A n:uit!fu Canadian (iirl Saved From
1atarrli of the Lungs by Pe-m-ua.
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Now York City. Mouse Jackets inadc
with small enpes are nmcli liked ainl
will lie iniicli worn (liuin',' the season
to coine, both liy yoiiii' ulrls ami nia-
Jliss rioienee E. Kcnah, 434 Maria street, Ottawa. Out., writes:
'Aew month ago leuuj'tta nevera cold, nh(c?i nettled on my tuny
and remained tin re no persistently that 1 brenme alarmed. 1 took medi
cine without benefit, until my digestive oryam became upnet, and my
head and back began to ache severe: 1 and r. quently.
'I u'tt advtxea lo try lruna, and ulthouth 1 had little faith, 1 fell so
licit that 1 u-an ready to try anything. It brought me hletsed relief at
mcc, and 1 felt that I had the right medicine at last. Within three weeks
I teat completely rcfUorcd and have enjoyed perfect health htnee.
" 1 now have the yve;ilet faith in I'crana." 1 K. KKSAU,
bought a bottle to trj I am pleased
that I did, for it brought speedy relief.
It only took about two bottles, and I
'joiisidered this money well spent.
"You have a firm friend in me, and I
not only advise? it use to my friends,
but have purchased several bottles to
give to those without the means to buy.
and have noticed without exception
that it has brought about a speedy cure
wherever it lias been used." Miss liose
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the us-j of
I'eruna, write at once to Dr. Ilai tnian,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will lie pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilariman. President of
I'eruna for colds and catarrh and I jThe Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
JOMEX should beware of contract
ing catarrh. The cold wind and
rain, slush and mud of winter are es
IHH'ially conducive to catarrhal de
rangements. Few women escape.
Upon the first symptoms of catching
i-okl I'eruna should be taken. It forti
fies the system against colds and ca
tarrh. The following letter gives one young
T.-omun's experience with I'eruna:
Miss Rose (ierbing is a popular soci
ety womau of Crown Point. Ind., and
she writes the following:
"Recently 1 took a long drive in the
country, and being too thinly clad 1
taught a bad cold which settled on my
lungs, and which I could not seem to
shake off. I had heard a great deal of
glv( a stylish (louiiee e!Teet where th-y
fall free. As shown the material H
( i ru el:unliie. stltdicd with corticelll
s'M;. but ad the seasonable pliable ma
terials are appropriate, foulard, taffeta
and li'ierty silks, pongee, veiling, alba
truss and the like, with the lovely soft
AN i'vl. H Ki.rUflT.
An unletter- ! li !!.; 1
United Stat n ' t for ' - r . "
uralla! Ion, wien l, v , ;..
you read the Dccku ntkn i f 1 . ,
"No. Bir," was the ifl;dy.
"Have you read t! a Constitution cT
tho United States?"
Have you real tho history cf tho
"No, fir," ho repeated.
"No!" exclaimed the Judge, In d!s
"Well, what have you re3d?"
"01 have red hair, Your Honor."
wa the Innocent reply. New York
1 iim 11 and cotton fabrics.
The skirt is cut in nin. gores that
wi len perceptibly :i they appn acn uie
lower edge and are specially adapted
to narrow goods. j
To cut this skirt in the medium size
ten and tivc-euhlh yards of material
twcrty-or.e Inches wide, seven and a
quarter yards twenty-seven inches
wide, seven and a quarter yards thirty
two Indus wide or four and three
quarter yards forty-four inches wide
will be required.
!. on ''iivliiu (,oIi".
Loading modistes say that
MISSES HLOU.SE JACKET.
ture women. The very stylish May
Manton model given Is adapted to all
suiting and jacket materials, but, as
shown, Is of canvas cheviot in tan
color and is tailor stitched with corti
'olll silk. The capc:j and th reveis
are exceedingly smart, but the former
can lie omitted and t lit jacket ca:i be
buttoned over snugly, as shown in t!u
small cut, whenever preferred.
The blouse consists of the- fronts and
back, and is fitted by mc.ns of shoul
der and ir.idir-arm seam. The fronts
are deeply faced and rolled back t
form the re vers and are gathered at
the lower ode to blouse slightly over
the belt. The capes are arranged over
the shoulders and the neck is finished
spring and summer gowns much "dead
white" and "111111' white" lace will be
used, but as the cream and ecru shades
are so much more becoming and richer
looking it is doubtful if the new fad
will become popular. Put the faintest
yellow shades of lace are effective oil
the gowiu in "dead white" materials.
C.i-Vn I ri 11 .
Simple little frocks made with gath
ered skirts are always charming upon
little gills, ami have the great merit of
being peculiarly well adapted to wash
able faliihs. This very pretty May
Manton model is shown in pale blue
cl'.allie dotted with black, with collar
and cuffs of cream colored lace banded
with black vtlvet, but is suited to all
simple wools and to the emotion and lin
en fabrics of warm weather wear.
The original is made with the full
HAS IZIH ADVERTISED
AND SOLD FOB A
OP A WZZl
mteniils. in black or .yellow,
full yuwintced. Mid sold bjr
reliable dcilerj ever.vSzre.
5IGN Cf THE FISH.
A J T0W?n CO,
very & Company
avery & McMillan,
61-53 South Forsyth Sr., Atlanta, Ga
ALL KINDS eF-
NOT THE REAL THING.
Undo (trotting Harry on his knee)
Do you like this, my hoy?
Harry Pretty well; but I rode cn
a real donkey the other day at the zoo.
makes a fat purse.
i3 not complete.
Our books are complete treatises
on fertilizers, written by
men who know.
to mo 'or mem. jgfFi' )!;. , 4
Street, ,ti '''
1 $3 Nis
No single paper in Llppincott's Mag
azine, so it is stated, lias ever gained
the popularity accorded to Eben E.
Rexford's article on "Village Improve
ments," published in April, 1:01. So
cieties in the west made it the sub
ject of study, and it is still called for.
This has brought Mr. Rexford to pro
duce another paper cn the same
theme, though varied in its application,
which appears in the March number
of Lippincott's Magazine and Is enti
tled "Rural and Village Improvement
m v Mil ll i
Reliable Frlck Enginco. Boilers, all
Sizes. Wheat Separators.
Quite a flash of dramatic truth
springs from the story called "Ten
Minutes," contributed to the March
Lippincott's Magazine by A. II. Shirres.
It shows a love-contest between hoFi.
and guest. The object is the hostess.
TUCKED BLOUSE JACKET, WITH NINE GORED SKIRT.
cartridges and shot shells
are made in the largest and
best equipped ammunition
"actory in the vorld.
of (J. M. C. make is now
accepted. oy shooters as
''the worlds standard" for
t snoots veil 'n any gun.
Tour dealer sells it.
Th Union Metallic
Bridgeport, - - Ccnn.
ll.illiinfr Hie Sick.
Youno mothers naturally feel anxious
about tho baby's bath It is best to Im'kIh
at six weeks to put the little one in tho
water, first folding a soft tow :l in tho bot
tom of the bnsin. Use only Ivory Soap, as
many of the highly colored and perfumed
soaps are very injurious to the tender skin
of an Infant - Ekanor 11. Parker.
Some people have family trees, and oth
ers ar . content with rubber plants.
SIOO Iiewanl. StOf).
The readers of this paper will be pleased t
nrn that there is at le-ist ono dreaded dis
enso that selenee Ins been to euro in ad
its stages, mid that is f'.itarrh. I tail's Catarrli
CHiro is Die only positive euro now known to
the niedieal fraternity, (latarrli beint; a eon
stitntlonnl di.ie;ise, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's CatarrhCIure is taken inter
nally, acting directly u ion tlie blood mid mu
cous surface-i of the system, thereby destroy
ng tlio foumbttlon of the disease, and giving
tho patient stronjjt'n by Jjtiihlia up tho con.
stitut'on and aj'sistin, nature in uoins? it
work. The proprietors liave f o much faith in
its curative powers tnat they ofi'er One Hun
dred Dollars for any ear.e that it I'n i!s to cuiv.
bund for list of teslimoina'.s. Address
V. J. t 'ui'.nby A Co., Teilodo, 0.
Pold by Dr,i-rist, 75.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho bf.
When iieople arc proud of their teeth it
is sometimes false Dride.
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7i costal, -
f-rffmtnr.t. Choariest Food
on Can or Slioop, Cwlno,
5Ti!l wrtr'.h $W to T"ii to r&l what
Blr cittulut Buy u.ut rae.
OiSJlo Cellar Gross
wl'l l)3lliv!r i-.nV. VH rich; 12 Will
f hnv nii'l i,t )i.!iiri p'T .'ro, o
V7 wl.t f .r it 1. hi.l J .i.i. I 1 r.'iv pr
T V rrrti!-. :-!n:!e'j r.ndl Oe.
' " V'-i."- Not .;iUM. tM'.f w.'Ui t-u to SH lUrU M
'ttvtt i -. - , rrr-ir-irra-srv.
rxaurfi I - : ; :.
U tv' '"'!!: i-jU-titu in lid .if . .-a .il
to know you If yotj lnvp Klowr-rs. SpivI
nif liot.finfl flip ii..:i!'H of ten of jour
Irli'iiilN who U'Vi eu.wfrs, auil 1 will
tenii u u bes' utli ul
oiit(irn woman hn In helping
AUSS CALLIE NVAT50N,
1hi o:itli!ri Woman Klorist.
with a turn over collar. To the lower
edge is attached a circular basque por
tion which can be omitted if a plain
blou.se is desired. The sleeves are in
bishop style with cull's cut after the
The quantity of material required for
medium size (fourteen years) Is two
and a half yards forty-four inches wide
or one and three-quarter yards fifty
two Inches wide.
Very lfiiierally BecomlnK.
Blouse jackets are always jaunty, al
ways smart and very generally becom
ing. The excellent model illustrated
in the large drawing is of zilr line, in
brown wiih threads of tan colur, collar
and cuffs of brown velvet edged with
bauds of tan cloth, stitched wilh corii
celii silk, and makes part of a costume,
but the design suits the odd wrap
equally well and is adapted to all the
season's materials. The collar is a spe
cial feature and is both novel and styl
I The j;i"ket is made with fronts 'and
; back and is smoothly fitted at the back
s but blouses slightly over the belt at
; the front. Fronts, back and sleeves
j are laid in tucks, in groups of throe
i c'acli. and are finished with ma chine
j stitched edges in tailor style. The
! right front laps over the left and the
j closing is effected l-y buttons and but
; tonholes in double-breasted style.
The quantity of material required for
the medium size is four yards twenty
one inches widj. two and an eighth
yards forty-fou. inches wide or one
md seven-eighth yards fifty-two inches
wide1, with sewen-cighth yards of vel
vet for collar, cuffs and belt.
I Skirts laid In generous pleats that
conceal t he seams and are stitched Hat
i at their upper portions, are among the
' latest shown and are eminently prace
. :'ul and effective. The smart model in
; :he large drawing is shaped with nine
ores that allow only narrow spaces
betwten the pleats which provide fnl
uesa and. wi'.h the 11 are on each. L'ore.
front arranged over the lining and
plain backs, but the front also can be
made plain, and plain sleeves can be
substituted for those of bishop style
whenever preferred. The lower edge
of the skirt is simply hemmed and
stitched with corticelll silk.
The dress consists of plain front and
backs of waist, upper and under of
plain sleeves, full front, bishop sleeves
and skirt. When tho full front is used
It can be arranged over the plain one
which acts as foundation or be left un
lined if washable fabrics are used. The
bishop sleeves also can be made over
plain lining sleeves, which are covered
at their lower edges, to form cuffs, or
imlined and joined to the cuffs. The
skirt is straight, gathered at the upper
edge and join.d to the waist. At the
neck is a straight standing collar.
The quantity of material required for
medium size (eight years) is four yards
twenty-seven inches wide, three yard;?
BtST IMPROVED SAW HILL ON t.AKItl.
Large Engines and Boilers supplied
promptly. Shingle Mins, Corn Mitls,
Circular Saws, Saw Teeth, Patent Dogs,
Steam Governors. Full line Engines &
Mill Supplies. Send for free Catalcrjue.
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DriytD a KJJ"
W. L. Downlaa makes ttnd sella
mora man's Uooayear Welt ftiantt
Sowccf Process) choe than any cthar
manufacturer in iho world.
will he paid to nnyono who
can cliBpruva this statement.
Tlaf !jnu. W T. T i,,,nflr,ti
Is thelarpest manufacturer ( f y V.j
he can buy cheaper and f '
produce his sho(-s at a
lower cost than other con
corns, which enables him Sfelfi
to sou siioc3 for ;J.0 ana
$3.01) eipial in every
where for $4 and 5.00. &$3mmtvm
TheDourias secret pro- Al&W ti&'!& '
CC38 of taiiiiinx' 1 10 bottom soles produces abso- J
jatuiy ..uoieuuifr; more r.ey.mie ana will wear
lonfor than nny other t-innnRe in the world.
The saX.i have ni-n-a t'lan ttoubiecl tho vast four
years, w'lifh proves its sureriorlty. Why not
tfive W, L. Douglas shoos a trial and 8ave money.
JVI1p Inopjie fli Salos: "J.irj, iw:5, I
In 1Sii.1,k-hi r.i2Sals: S;i.,-J4,:l JW.OO
A pain of fV.3, H2,4 ..?! in F'.'.ir Yo.irs.
W. L. DOIJCS.A3 S4.C0 CILT KDCE LIKE,
Worth S0.CO Compared with Other Makes.
The best imported an I American leathers, Hcut'a
Pntant Cilr. Enamel, 8x Calf, Calf, Vici K d, Corona
(joit, ana na:mr,M Kairjaroo. tast Vulor tut-iets.
Ppntinn Tlle SCne have W. Ij. rib'JOTA.3
luUiiUtl name and jirice stamiied on bottouu
iShofs by dkiiI, C'.f. e.rtra. lllus. C'-hiloy free.
XV. I- UUI ULAS, II KOI KTOX, St ASS.
" WMta Star " Bcgev
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thirty-two inches wide or two aud a
half yards forty-four lathes wide, with
eighth yards of
ill-over lace for
On Jul v 4th we will (,'lvp, Fbee, one of our
" WHITE STAR" Top iiu'xl.'-. to the person
ComiMnins; the (jreatoKt number of Knyiisli
words from letters contained in the sentence:
" WATCH THE WHITE STAR BUSGY."
Anyone who will devote an hour each day to
this "ple-s-viu study can win the blurry
No condition to compiy with except mak
up the nsv or words.
If this ofler Is not nnderstood. any bujrey
dealer n your town who has the ageno
the WHirii STAR liugy will give
co;ir of thf rul-.
hen you liave made out your list of word
rive them to our axe it In your tow n, who will
getld them to us. ,
On July 4ih we will notify every contestant
who the lnnr 1s nd nuinher of words that
won the WH.TJi i?iArt" Iian'y.
tyd ou writ us. crcloje postage far rtply.
ATLAM I A EUGGY tO.. Atlanta. Ceorrla.
you a VJ
fame of this pner when