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ELi:i:i wmiorr a riu.ow.
A girl who is not cl f ; her rsco
of varrla(. shi-is on u h:inl Ktr:ii.;:lit
IjihI. S1k s.'i.vn that at iirsi sii foul
It iliflicnlt to K't to ilv; oa it ; v!;:e
what rl's'Kl surface :i fl v the luxuri
ous fvr.tlnry oouoli she Itch used
to. Hut now slip vou!,l on no account
return to the nol't n sUn;,' pl.Hc. Theio
i no douot tliat the priutico of t-lccn-lns-v.itli
the licad h!li Is not nearly
ro restful or conducive to good car
vi.iyx' us a Hatter pose. Tho lioad
should cu!y be raised fdi-litly.
Fatness Is n i..ost unnecessary af
fliction, and nnieli easier to prevent
timu to cure. Ily following tho proper
diet and taking a snt'dciout mount of
exoreteo no woman need over "run to
tli'sh" and l o a burden to hen-elf and
an miintentinp; object to behold. This
loes not apply to the woinrm who p;T
eists in eating anything she likes and
Is too lazy to take tho oxivii.se neces
sary. Many women in their u'wra.
tiou take to tho wlnvl and pedal until
thoy are exhausted and overheated;
others think by simply eschew in;- po
tatoes, soups and bread tho doskod
effect can be had. Nor, on the other
hand, Is there any need of a starvation
system, which Invariably fr. : bccav.se
it is lujurioua to (lie ;:imo;-;il health.
Tho woman who wants to reduce
her flesh should eat no fatty, sweet
or starchy food; bin should give up
milk and desserts and ail vegetables
containing starch. f?l;o can oat fish,
pame, poultry and cold meats, aspara
gus, peas, spinach, tomatoes and green
beans. She should walk rather than
ride, for the fresh air oxygenizes her
blood, destroying the carbon, which Is
In all things she should bo system
atic. Do not think that a few weeks of
proper living will have the desired ef
fect. You must "continue iu well do1
lug." American Queen.
WHAT WOMEN ADMIRE IX A MA
There seems to bo no limit to the
ngliness a man may possess without in
cny way lessening tho chances of a
woman loving him. How often one
pees a really beautiful woman mated
to an exceptionally ugly man, and
vice versa. A man may be crippled,
hideous, deformed, and yet find a vvom
ttn who will gladly share his lot, and
for this reason women are often
sneered at by people who suppose them
to bo so anxious to marry that they are
not in tho least fastidious as to whom
Here they are completely at fault,
for love with a woman is not half so
cftcn induced by good looks as by
other qualities which compel her ad
miration far more strongly. In the
first place the chief thing which woiuon
admire In a man is strength, both
moral and physical, and perhaps next
Eho admires most the quality of cour
age, for a man who is afraid seems to
a woman at once the most extraor
dinary and miserable creature on the
face of the earth.
Another thing she greatly admires Is
determination, and that is tho reason
why persistence generally wins her
in the end, though she will try it to its
t Sometimes she admires less striking
qualitk3 in a man; she will think
that a ce rtain brarisuncss toward other
people is a quality to he proud of,
provided he is always kind and tender
toward herself. Sko often imagines
thai rough manners are a sign of
strength, and therefore does not mind
his speaking to other people in a vudo,
' bullying fashion.
Masterfulness Is a characteristic tbr.t
crcitcs her deep, though perhaps se
cret, admiration, and she despises in
her heart of hearts the 'husband who
invariably allows her to get the upper
hand. No henpecked husband was
ever looked upon except with contempt
by his wife, and it is a certain thing
that if he had but the confidence to re
sist her to her face r;he would, as a
ride bo only too delighted to take sec -
ond' nlace without a murmur.-Now
A netitiou to rurihtinent ns.;i:ig lor
rr.glisli counties of Lancashire, York
shire and Cheshire.
Mrs. Nellie M. Moore, of I';;t IVp
p( roll, Mas-'., a cousin of Abraham Lin
coln, is preparing a family genealoiry.
Her father was born in tho same 1 g
cabin In which the great President was
born in lNit. '
Twenty years ago only seven women
had taken their medical degree in
Trance. Tho .".iix) physicians now es
tablished In l'aris include fifty-seven
women. The latter all have busy and
remunerative practices. Two among
them hold semi-o;iicial posts.
A Russian girl. Mile. Kanyefsky, has
taken a degree as mechanical engineer
at the l'aris Ecole des Pouts ct Chaus
sees. JSlie is tho first woman to pass
the examination at this school. Mile.
Kanyefsky intends to apply for a posi
tion cn the Russian railroads.
A Chicago girl, Miss Minor C. Clapp,
iias won reputation as a designer of
odd jewelry. An apt student of arts
and crafts she creates distinctive ef
fects with metals and the semi-p.vcious
stones for material. Her work is so
much admired that many have sought
to imitate it, but with indifferent suc
cess. The oldest woman In the fUaie of
Maine Is Mrs. Lorica Cox, of Norway,
who has lived iu three centuries and is
still in fairly good health. Mrs. Cox J
Is 101 years old and gave a house party j
on the occasion of her last birthday, j
Sl'o remembers weil the excitement in
Maine tint immediately followed the I
War of 1512. j
in what are known as the commercial j
arts women have found a fruitful field i
for the display of their talents aud j
energy. A woman is at the head of a
large preserving and pickling house.
I lor special work consists in devising; i
the labels and selecting names for new
brands, but she also attends to tho '
pictures and placards used in adver- (
Using the firm's wares. A woman
artist finds it remunerative to draw tho !
advertisements for a biscuit factory,
while another woman of artistic ability
is employed to decorate the stone jars '
in which a firm making a specialty
of rare conserves puts up its goods.
Buttons vie with stitching for dec
Poplin is a material which is coming
once more Into vogue for afternoon 1
Heavy lace insertions are noted on
sheer white dresses, which is an Inno
Some of the newest negligees arc j
dainty little affairs, reaching only to ;
tho waist. j
A large rosette tics up tho shoulder
of many smart bodices in a decidedly
High draped bolts are almost indis
pensable adjuncts of fussy gowns of !
AVhite mohair shirt waist suits, made
unlined so they will readily launder,
will be among tho summer favorites.
Lace caps falling over the top of the
arm, or set in with the sleeve, are very
prominent upon the latest dress waists.
Embroidered waistcoats, with jew
eled or rhinos! one buttons, are to be
a feature of many handsome spring
A distinguishing feature of the spring
tailor gown is the creat favor shown
the light, airy otamiLca, mistrals and
Two skirts, 0:10 short enough for
street wear and one for the house, are
now considered necessary for each
The newest belts are fashioned with
bows of ribbon, primly tied in the back
with loops and ends from twelve to
fourteen inches long.
Except for quite stout women, the
j smartest stuff for a sn rt skirt suit
K spring is a light colored cheviot
smartest stuff for a sh rt skirt suit this
t'.vced iu a mixed pattern of gray or
If milady wishes to r.ppT.r f-tric:ly
:'p-to-(late she will have her 1 Pits,
. ocks and cuffs to match, and this
'.Toot, when a suitable wai st is worn, is
,vi Ily very smart.
I wiil list v:i 10 any one's con vh-i ions.
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1. ;iv e ixoi.i.v cf ov.-i:. '.haiiha.
Delicately firmed r.r.d fpr.tly reared, women will fhi,
in ail tho seasons cf the'r livco.as malJem.wlvcs.or moth
ers, that 'he one simp'.e, wltoleaomo rcmo Jy wlilc'i acts
gently ard phinzxMly z:vl natural'y. and v!i!ch may bi
used wi'.l truly beneficial effects, und :r any coniiJens.
vhen t'.e system nee is a laxative, Is -Gyritp cf Fip. It
Is we)', knovn to be a simple coinbhatbn cf the Laxative
and carminative principles of phnts with pleasant, aro
matic liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system when its rjentb
cleansing Is desired.
M:iny of the ills from which women suiter are cf a tran
sient nature and do not come from any organic trouble
and It is pleasant to know that tiny yield so promptly to
the beneficial effects cf Syrup of Figs, but vhen anything
more than a laxative is needed it is b:st to censult the
family physician and to avoid the old-time cathartics ani
loudly advertised nostrums of the present dry. When
cne needs only to remove the strain, the torpor, the con
gestion, cr similar Ills, which attend upon a constipated
condition of the system, use the true and gentle remedy
Syrup cf Figs and enjoy freedom from the depression,
the aches and pains, colds and headaches, which are due
to Inactivity cf the bowels.
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Fijs can hope
to get its beneficial effects and as a guarantee cf the ex
cellence of the remedy the full name cf the company
California Fig Syrup Co. !s printed on the front of every
package and without it
of Figs is fraudulent and
who know the quality cf
offer of any substitute,
for, is always resented
some first-class drug
not recommend, nor sell
remedies. Tho genuine article may be bought cf
reliable druggists everywhere at 50 cents p:r bottle.
C 5 i'r
"If life began at the north pole, as
our eminent brother asserts," said tho
first scientist, "'what cor.dusion vmld
you draw from that? What effect has
that had on our everyday life?"
"Why," hazarded the second scien
tist, "doesn't it show that what we
have hitherto considered the pole-seeking
craze is merely an instinctive man
ifestation of homesickness?" Judge.
Aigie mow are you spending your
time nowadays, Bertie?
Bertie Oh, as usual thinking up
some way to spend it. Chicago
Nurso ( excitedly) Oh, doctor, I
have just given the patient a teaspoon
ful of Ink by mistake. What shall I
Doctor (calmly) Give him a blot
ter to eat right away. Chicago News.
CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE.
Doan s Kidney Pills have leaped Into Public favor because the people can write direct
to the makers and secure a trial free. Thus has been builded the greatest lame
and largest sale known to any Kidney medicine in the world.
Ccrtice, 0. 1 had such nevcre rain in my
hack that 1 could not walk. I used the Rani
plo of Dean's Kidney Pills with such good re
sults I sent to Toledo for another box, and
they cured uie. Sakaii E. Cotthell, Cur
Falmoctii, Va. I Buffered over twelve
months with pain In the umall of my back.
Medicine and plasters pave only temporary
i .'lief. Dnan's Kidney Pilla cured mo. F. t.
til 1 A. 1 .
! liuowN, r uunuuui, v 11.
! "Wr.ST Haves, Conn-. -Tiht months npo I
took a severe juiin in my buck. Tho FaniiU'
box of Lhrnn's Kiducy "Pills helped mu f.o
much I purchased two boxes ; am on my bm
: und box. My heart does not bother me as it
! UM'd to nml I'feel well Sakaii K. Bkadley,
In'o. U7I Elm Street, West Haven, Conn.
IIorsTos, Trx. I took the sample of
Doau's Kidney l'illf with ciieh great benefit
I bought a box at our drujrijist's. Used ovr.
half und stopped, because my urine which
before had only come dribblim;, now became
so free. I had medicine enough. I had lum
bnt;o and the pills rid me of it. I should have
written kioner, but you know how soon a well
person forgets about In-ina; sick. Mr. C. II.
HoENCiiE, No. 'SiVJ McKeuny Ave., Houston,
jS-aaltpjwiiat Is It ! 1
sEirns nyvTP vkm
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I'roudest record of any seedsman on earth.
onu yci ww oro reaci.mR oui iur uiore.
ui-ir, tj July it, 8i ,0uO more and beaco
this unprecedented oilur.
B IO.OO for ICc.
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k r.lir wttit ouf?ilwiu U'..rrl 1.. ..... t
nniinr ittiiuri n Krtrurnrr lt- tj
filler wun many farm iuintpat f
Uoiiiiii, lleanlloss Hurley, hruinus, JJ
Kai etc.. etc . , ikibi t itpI t worih
w to to pet ft (urn with.
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'cc. to lrcr.
C'K ut .
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any preparation offered as Syrup '
; declined. To those ,A.AJA..,pV I X?V''" W
:celient laxative, the,v"'"v'V. K- '41
tp cf Figs is called ':')' yiM-Vl
sfer of patronage to. ! -.. W::WH v:i '
by a tran
establishment, where they
false brands, nor imitation
"Say!" the man who had never he
fore attended a concert remarked as
the cornet soloist began his number,
"who's the feller waviu' the little
'"Sh!" replied hi3 neighbor, "that's
the conductor of music."
"Oh! and is the feller with the hern
tha motorman?" Philadelphia Presi
Tom "How would you analyze ob
stinacy?" Jerry "Well, in the clearest defini
tion obstinacy Is noiseless self-con-celt."
Detroit Free Press.
Mr. Byrnne Coyne Ah, sweetest
one, may 1 be your captain and guida
your bark down the sea of life?
Mrs. Eerymore (a widow) No, but
you can be my second mate. Detroit
Aching hacks nre cased. Hip, back, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of tho
limhs and dropsy signs vanish.
They correct urine with brick dust sedi
ment, high colored, pain in passing, drib
bling, frequency, bed wetting. Doan'a
Kilney Piiis remove calculi and gravel.
Relievo heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
headache, nervousness, dizziness.
i'rREE GRAND FOR SPRINC. KiDNEY iLLd.
FoETT-R-Mii.n itM Co.. BiiTrIo, N. Y.
l lei:se s.'iid ire by mnil, without charge,
trlc.l box lioau's Jviduey l'ills.
! (Cut out coupon on dottcil linen and mail to
j KosU-i-Miiliui u Co., hulTulo, N. Y.)
i Medical Advice Free Strictly ConflJenfia!.
ivx n "ei x jr 'J 1 "V .
J. II. llnttoi. of Ecrt Mts., writes a futlowi:
"I will Hiiy that I have never swn a Well Drtllinfr
Tc))ino that would equal tlio "Oblo" Machine for
this 1 art df the country. It Is the fastest macliliis
111 earth or rock that I ever seen, and I um well
1 loawtl with It. I have had no troui.le with it toueo
I Ktartnl It."
I'artics ll'liii to buv ) ! klndnf Well Machinerr
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THE BURGLAR'S LAMENT.
Missionary I hope that you will
watch yourself hereafter. Q
Red Lary You kin just botcher AVt"
1 will. If I had been doin' the
in', instead of the other feller, tfsYsV
wot would have got away instead of
him. Sing, Sing Star of Hope.
CRITICIZING HIS OWN.
"But, my dear husband, it really Is
unjust of you to abuse mother-in-law
so. There are good ones."
"Well, well, never mind. I haVVETt
said anytlilng 'against yours; it-'s Cmly
mine I'm: grumbling about." Boston
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