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with l!)cc!:''.j)leiiinn tac-t. and si d oh
no thuuae to :;cA !'iol;s or aje-titc
ly h?r nfurii'jon dissio::tlo!.s-.
rmiv mw iVFi WAMi.ni
ii lj jij i.iij nujiijji
Who Enjoy tha Choicest Troducts
cf the World's Commerce.
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Knon letlac of Wliat la Ilril Mure I in
Iiorluul Tban WraKU With
on I II.
CAI'J! OP Tin: NAILS.
I ; i:. il f Fcni'iMn tl'c l.nils wlthn
I r.sh lo romovo the tllrt kocp lm 1 f a
li'ii.Mi your wnshstand :i:xl tliz your
lingers hi this after washing till n!l
dirt is removed. Tins trcainieiit also
Licips to nuiku ti c nails of a good color.
DAINTY l-'ACi; MASKS.
The best veils are of tine iih" h with
('hchille dots of various si.es thereon.
The lar;.ri' dlsiliurini; tqiots are seen nu
more. It v.-.tm hut a passing fancy
hound to he of sliort I'.ii"!io:i. (;i.e
vv'as sure to get the veil ,n v,T( mm!
have a spot over one's eyes or ii:jsp.
In veils, as in other things, the bttt
fab'a'oui Lire never extremes.
FASHIONS IN UXDKP.WEAK.
Dainty underwear Is nhsoluie'y es
sential to the Avoaian of refinement.
This does not necessarily nie.-.n costly
Freneli Humeri o smothered in lace and
displaying ir.r.ch fine and Intricate
I;andiwork. Underwear may he dainty
nnil yet inexpensive, hut to have it so
is n matter of good taste rather than
the mere Fpcndinj: of money. Use
pfnnl material, V.no in lenitive, to br.in
with, even if this means that the gar
ments can he hut sparingly trimmed.
The fashions in underwear this sea
son are designed along the line of coin
fort quite as much as hcmity. The
models invariably show the taw ncclc
and the elbovr-slesvc. ar.d vo!r.:nir.or.s
fuir.es3 i3 everywhere omiitod. T'r.o
corset-cover, the skirt and even the
rdicmise, are carefully fitted. Woman's
Home Companion. . lIH;l
WOMEN AS AGRICULTURISTS.
American women pride thems-. Ives
on the advantages they porsss in the
multiplicity of business opportunities
open to them; but, despite America's
broadmindeilness in .this, Russia has
had the courage to go a step furilurj
and establish an Agricultural liigl:
School for Women. Here opportunity
v.-ill be given for general courses in ag
riculture or specialized trainirg, as
dairy farming, gardening, bee cidture,
)oultry keeping, cattle and sheep rais
ing, etc. Tho course of instruction
will occupy three years, and an equiv
alent grammar school education will
be required as an entrance qualifica
tion. The women who pass through
the school successfully will he eligible
for filling various posts under the Min
istry of Agriculture, and will bo further
entitled to hold the positions of ad
iirinistrators of the Crown domain and
of teachers in the intermediate aii
There seems to be a rooted convic
tion among dressmakers that if a dress
is sent home with even one basting
thread lett in it by mistake it will
surely be returned for alterations. In
some establishments it is also believed
that putting a black pin instead of a
white one in a dress will surely cause
its return. If the maker cf a Avedding
dress pricks her finger, so as to draw
blood while sewing on it, it is a bad
cmen for the bride.
Such superstitions die hard and are
akin to the saying that if the petticoat
comes below the dress the wearer
loves her father better than her moth
er, and if an undergarment is inad
vertently put on wrong side out
and worn so through tho day it will
bring good luck to the wearer. One
may not really believe such things, but
still their repetition keeps them alive
and passes theni cn to the younger
generation. American Queen.
SOCIETY WOMAN'S ENDURANCE.
I often think that the "society wom
an" is the strongest of ail creatures
God has made, writes Ella Moirls
Kretschmar, in Good Housekeeping.
Iler sinter who tills the Geld, or rubs
at the washboard, cannot compare
Avith her in "tensile" strength. "What
is normal, muscular fatigue that a
Eight's rest Avill cure, compared to en
durance, that fine endurance that taxes
tho brain in all its subtle windings, the
en;otI':.." in every tone of tin ir gamut,
and finally the body nt every poipt
where a rule of health may be defied?
It would lie interesting to know how a
university crew or football team would
look in the spring, after a Avinter of
Avearlug heavy velvets and furs over
chests and arms through the days, and
;gauze or bare i.eek and arms of even
ings; t alternating between thlc;
walking boot3 and satin slippers. t
eating perhaps one rational meal a
dayand for the. rest '-nibbling"--nt
lancy. Possibly they might har-ien
themselves to every change of bodily
temperature, but they Avould never,
r.ever rise; superior to the pi'ted' iu:d
consequences of a season of afternoon
. - - o .m-i1 vo'. elor.s.
fc' ir.APnnT-p AND lv
Women are cr.trusud with the so't J
rbai'go or many railway stations 1:1
The uew civil ced.; drafted for Switz
erland a'.taws a woman to dispose as ;
bint pl.aes of the frtiit.s of her work.
Mi:-s Ksiel'.e Reed, Federal Superin
tendent of Indian selcls, has prob
ably the mo.t important ar.d highest
salaried oflico of any woman in the
employ of the (lovcrnnut.t.
Mine. M-iha po.-sises a collection
of pearls which she values s much
that she- has a private detective to ac
company her coasiaaiiy while she is
wearing them a::d guard the preeloiij
Mrs. Vinnle Reaii Iloxie, of St.
IVil. ir, to make a life-sir.;? slatue cf
Ezra Cornell for Cornell University,
hut she will accept no pay for it. Mrs.
IIo::i'j Is sculptor of the marble Lin
coln now in the rotunda of the Na
At the annual meeting of the asso
ciation for the promotion cf th-1 Inter
national lnti!uie for Cir'.s i:i Spain,
held iu Los ton the oilier day, it was
announced that ?iS.OJ' of the ?00.OtX
for the purpose of erecting a new
building has Hen contributed.
Ilagerstown, Iur... has a cemetery en
tirely managed by women. Twelve
years ago this cemetery was a weed
patch, and was so neglected by the
town as to be a disgrace to it. The
won.c:i then too'.c a hand, and by the
aid of spades, hers, scythe?, axes ami
rakes h:rve transformed it into a place
of beauty, and that without the assist
ance of man.
Mine. Florence Rogers Ilartwig, one
of the ladies in wailing to the Queen
of Roumania (Carmen Sylva), is a New
Engiander and was born in Vermont.
When she was a child her parents
moved to Germany and she was mar
ried in that country to Elias Ilartwig.
r.usiness interests afterward caused
the removal of Mine. Ilartwig and her
husband to T-ucharesf. Mme. Ilartwig
possesses a fir.o voice and she first at
tractol the attention of the Roumanian
Qucea by her singing.
Oriental jevrolry is still in the lead.
Large barred effects are very smart,
Dscp antique lace is very smart on j
Maltese lace is one of the lovely and
Bell sleeves in coats may or may
i:ct have cuff?-.
Raphes of black ribbon velvet are
much in favor.
Pleats of all sices vie Avith each ether
The Greek stripe in colored fabrics
is very modish.
Despite the alarmists the grape has
r.ot entirely disappeared.
In colored linen frocks many novel
trimmings Avill be introduced.
Lily of -the valley. Cowers and foliage,
forms one of the loveliest evening hats.
A pretty shirt waist is of Avhite
barred muslin Avith deep tucks in Avaist
Littie Avreaths of pink chiffon en ap
plique adorn one of the newest and
loveliest evening robes.
Smart little turnover collars are
made of white linen embroidered with
Japanese letters in black.
The garniture of artificial 'lowers on
: evening gowns Avas never more beauti-
ful. There are passion iioAvers. violets,
i iris, heartsease and roses, and several
tone-s of one rloAver are used on one
i Chiffon velvet is one of the new
j waist materials, and i:s general use
i in Paris certainly commends it here.
I The fabric resembles panne, ar.d is
! said to be impossible of imitation in
i cheaper grades.
! Skirts are growing wider and wider,
i and nearly all of them are pleated or
j shirred at the Avaist, but Avith the in
, crease in width there is corresponding
' decrease of ornamentation. The ihav-
est models have no trimming on the
i shirts. ,
j Cameos are coming into fashion
; acrain. and some tifty-year-old .lowlry
; is being brought out. The inc-t c"f.-ot-he
use to which soma splendid eld
' -' -: r' " p"t is t i t th'v: in a
It must be r.i'i'iucr.t tj every one that
qualities of the hitlust order are iieees
ary to enable tho bi st of the j nnluiN:) of
rnuiUrn coniincrce to uttain permatifatly
to universal acceptance. Howevir lou.lly
beruUtJ, ll.ej- may not hoi) fur world-wida
ptet m:rn nee unless they no t with thu
jrneral npprovul, not of individuals only,
but of tlits many Vbo have the happy
faculty of sulectlrii.;, tr.Jnylnj and learn
ing the real worth ct tho choicest prod
ucts. Their cotnaiendation, consequently,
liccumcs Important to others, since to
;ncet the re'iuirenn nts of t'.ie well In
formed of all countries the method of
manufacture must ba of tho rao.;t per
fect order and the combination ihn met
excellent of Us kind. The above Is truo
r.ot of food products only, but Is espe
cially applicable to medicinal agents and
after nearly a quarter of a century of
growth and cenerul use the excellent
remedy. Syrup of Fljs, la everywhere)
accepted, throughout tho world, ns the
best of family laxatives. Its qualby h
due not only to the excellence o tho
combination of the laxative and carmin
ative principles of p!ant3 known to r.ct
most btnelicially on the system and pre
sented In the form of a pleasant and re
freshing liquid, but also to tho method
cf manufacture cf the California Fig
Syrup Co., which ensures that uniformi
ty and purity essential In a remedy in
tended for family use. Ask any physi
cian who is well Informed and be will
answer at once that It is an excellent
laxative. If at all eminent In his pro
fession and ha3 made a special Etudy of
laxatives and their effects upon the sys
tem he v.-UJ tell you that It ia the best
of family laxatives, Lecau.-e it i3 sim
ple and wholesome and cleanses and
sweetens tho system effectually, when
a laxative h needed, without any un
pleasant after-effects. Every well-informed
elrusRlst of reputable standing
knows that Syrup of Fis3 Is an excel
lent laxative and Is pi ad to sell It, at
the regular price cf fifty cents per bot
tle, because it gives general satisfac
tion, but one should remember that In
order to cot the beneficial effects of
Syrup of Fir3 It is necessary to buy the
genuine, which Is sold in original pack
ages only; the name of the remedy
Syrup of Figs and also the full name of
the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.
printed on the front of every package.
fiWl firs'O Cherokee Remedy of Sveet Gum and Mullein
M 8 LUit O Coughs, Colds, 1-aGrippe Irtn1 II
Manager Realizes It.
"There la something elevating la
music," said the artist.
"Yes," answered the manager. "Mu
sic certainly has the effect of stimu
lating lofty ideas as to salary."
"What induced you to marry the
tenor?" asked the choir leader of the
"Because I knew he could never be
a base deceiver."
TITS permanently cured.Xo fits or nervoai
EeE6 after first day 's uss of Dr. Kline's Gre:it
Kervollestcrer.S". trial bottleand treatise frea
hr. ij.il. Klikk, Ltd., '-31 Ai3hist.,i'hlia.,l'a.
Theie are only fjur letters in love, and
many a man wishes they had been burned.
Mrs.'WInsIow'B SoothingSyrup for ehildrei
leetlilng.softenthe gums, rtduces inllamraa
tloa.aliayspaln.cures wind, colic. 5o. aoo:tlj
'Iho fellow who is too fresh is liable to
Tiso's Cure cannot be too highly spr ken of
r.B a cough cure. J. W. O'Bbiis, 322 Third
Avenue, y., Minneapolis, 5iinu., Jan. 6, PJUO.
Jiloney sometimes goes farthest when it
is invested in postage stamps.
IVrxAM Fadeless Dyes color Silk,
Wool and Cotton at one boiling.
Even diamonds made of paste will cause
a wouaan to be stuck up.
White to Dn. Taiier .Mfo Co.. Peoria,
111., for free pamplo Tuber's Tonsiii Com
j.oiind, tho guftinntei'd cure for Dyspejisia,
Indigestion and all stomach ills.
A person may have a good ear for music
and still have a Lad voice for it.
" I had a most stubborn cough
for many years. It deprived me
of sleep and I grew very thin. I
then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and was quickly cured.
R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the i
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
We know it's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cure in every drop.
Three sires : 23c., SOc, $1. All freest.
rnncnlt ,1.l T ' V a ea-a . 1 - - 1 El
then lo us 'r.B sat. If l. tvk'.s y a not 'A
t j lake it, then don't ta!: I. Hit Lucws. 4
I.-bt It wt'.h .!m. Vi nr ''hnj. I
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1YRUP OF FIGS
h Recommended by
r . H
San Francisco, Call.
Louisville, lly. Mew York, N. Y.
FOI2 SALE D7 ALL LEADIXG DRUGGISTS. PLICE FIFTY CEXTS PEJ2 UOTTLT.
The bert. mcto-ltJi, lilted wsrKr.en and
ji;t-:r.";n .vrorj eipcritKt Save rade
T5PW ER'3 ikkm Gib mi Mati
fa?au the worW cr They at? Mian
or jicllowior all hr.ib of wt work.
tTjvcnf ?-.rnent tcarmjiy 3ICN OP
THC r 1 5M u ctwAit-j'd to five x&
isfcction. All rehtcJe xi thiirv
w ca.Uaiw.:acKra cm.
A lean and potash-hungry soil, .
wasted seed, wasted labor and idle
gins A MORTGAGE. Or, plenty of
in the fertilizer, many bales and a
busy ginA DANK ACCOUNT.
V.'rite U3 for
them frit to
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cos is ;
t ': V,' Creatort, Chenpast Food
Pb"''! J on fcarth'orSrioep,Cwlra,
kr-".-.fS Cattls, etc.
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4 j South Fcrsjtb St., Atlanta, Ga
Portable and Stationary
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Complete line carvicd in stock for .
IMMEDIATE shipment, (
Beit Machine: y, Lowest Prices and Best T'ai
Write us for catalogue prices,
etc., before buyins.
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SEAHiJ, KO'-CUCi; &, CO., CHlwASO.
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writing :o vertiserv ! A", 13. "03i
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