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Organdy With Frill of taca.
Confirmation and graduation dresses
.differ little In design or material, &
'both occasion demand white, aim
pi jr made. Tbl very pretty model
aulta both and it made of French
organdy with trimming of Valencl
.enne lace forming frills and double
frill, or niches. The waist li t !
cullirly becoming one to young jgirls
and harmonizes to a nicety with the
skirt that is made on Ideally simple
Unos, both being shirred, the waist
'447 Cooflrmsttoo or Grayini-.loa Dreaa,
II to IS yr.
to give a bertha effect, the skirt to
form a hip yoke. To render the de
sign still further useful sod avail
able for occaslone of greater dress
the waist Is so constructed as to al
low of being made low with elbow
eleeve. as shown In the small sketch.
The quantity of material required
for a girl of 14 years of age Is
yards II. 7 yards 17 or 4S yards 44
A May Manton pattern. No. 4672,
sizes 13 to 1 years, will be mailed to
any address on receipt of ten cents.
An unusual yet very palatable sand
wich filling Is made from finely chop
ped. s-fiW raisins snd KnglUh wal
nut a n.eats ml set with the we'.l beat
em whit of an ess slightly seasoned
and flavored with a tiny bit of vacli.a.
Vict ued la place of rainina will af.
f rd variety, but no sugar should be
nel with thin I'ne equal propor
tions of fruit and nuts.
faded old abades are popular.
Uoleros and skirts are the accepted
in ss mode.
Hsts of fine pinch turV.s give the
Almost all of the "opening' gowns
bate deep, tight ruffs.
Crush belts of Japanese hand cm
broldrcd satin am new.
Kvcry shade of brown "g.os." from
tight golden to mud color.
The iHitrh oerk Is a pretty finish
for warm weather waists.
I'nderwalst of thin silk are worn
tomato tranapareiil wel.l.
A mouaaellne walt with velvet skirt
Is an approvej combination.
l.iule moons and star constellations
appear on some shining alike.
bat In buttons embroidered by hand
with tiny flowers are from Japan.
ICoibmlder your linen gown with
fraJuated wafer spots In pale colors.
The latest Parisian fad. which I
sure to make Ita way across the o-ean,
eonalsta in a delicate silken hoae, dee
orated w ith hand painted birds, flow
ers or araheo,ut on the Instep, and
In some luatancea reaching up In front
lo a short dixtanoe below the knew,
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Fashion Hints, Rscipss, and General
Chat en Mattsrs Connsc'e With
the Household Charming Con
firmation Dress for Young Girl
Embroidsrsd Crepe de China and
When Onions Are Odorless.
How many times ha every flat
dweller entered hia borne only to cry
out In disgust because the odor of
the onion or the turnip or something
else has permested the entire sli or
"Iet's stop having euch things for
dinner." lie anegesta to his wife.
"Why It's mortifying to Invite a friend
to dine when one knows this sort of
atmosphere Is going to knock blm
down as soon as he enters the door."
As a matter of fact, there Is no need
for excluding the onion or the other
offending estables. The simplest way
In the world to solve the difficulty Is
this: Have the cook put into the
cookire vessel with your on iocs just
a pi-ce of stale bread about as big
as your fist. S unehow or other the
bread absorbs the odors, and you
don't know onions are on your mcna
until you ait down at the table.
A New Ornament.
The piquet Is the came given to the
spruce little bunch of flowers or small
fruit which is somewhat stiffly tied
up. to stand sentinel on the little
spring walking bats. The piquet is
usually placed te the left of front;
but as there are left handed and right
handed people, so there are women or
girls to whom hat trimmings are most
becoming when poised at the right
tide than on the left. In such a cate
the piquet of a lady's slippers, stocks
or foxgloves may be mentioned to
the right of the front, besides the
crown. The piquet stands erect and
I supposed to be something cf an ai
grette or pompon tuade of flowers.
Instead of feathers.
New Idea In Linen.
A sew Idea In linens IS to be seen la
the loosely woven ones which re
semble scrim more than anything
else. The color of this material, also,
look like scrim, and many beautiful
effects are shown in colored flower
designs on the ecru background. One
or the prettiest linens Is of a pure
white meh with a delicate pale green
intermingled. Fern leave are (cat
tered about the border.
To extinguish a chimney on fire
take a large handful of sulphur and
throw it into the fire. When the sul
phurous fumes ascend they wi'.l at
or.ee put out the fire.
A small tray of quicklime placed la
closets afur they fcae b.-on thorough
ly cleaned will be f und excellent for
keeping the air pure and absorbing
moisture. The lime must be frequent
To clean a mirror try rubbing It
with a ball of suft paper slightly
rtstnpcncd with methylated spirit, then
with a duster on whleh a little whiting
has been sprinkled, and flually polish
with clean paper or a b leather.
A little freshly made tea an J a p'.nch
I I L 1 J l it
l'ton Jacket make the smartest of
all coats for the handsomer suit ant
j sro shown In most fascinating styles.
' This one caa be made with the fancy
j collar and big sleeve or plain with
, plain aitieves, but. In either case, In
clude the tsahiotiable vest. Aa
shown the material I taa colored
chiffon cloth with turnover collar
and cuff of velvet, cape collar of the
mat trial overlaid with ecru liusslaa
of nutmeg Impart a delicious flavor te
apple pie. .
I'olinh tortoise shell with a paste
of jeweler's rouge and sweet oil. Let
this lie on the shell until dry; then
brush off and rub with chamois.
Put sugar In water used for basting
meats of all kinds. It adds flavor,
especially to veal.
Accordion Plaited Blouse.
Accordion plaited blouse of soft
fabrics are much la vogue and are
gracefully charming worn by women
of aiender Crure. This one com
bines embroidered crepo de chine
with a yoke and cuffs cf lace, the lace
all b!ng finished with a narrow puff
ing of mescaline satin, and Is ex
ceedingly dainty and attractiTe, the
4680 Fancy Blows SZ to 40 bust
material taking Ideal folds. The drop
yoke, too, I a feature and extend
onto the sleeves in the fashionable
manner, while it forms a becoming
point &t the front. The model Is emi
nently simple and caa be used over
the fitted lining or left unlined as
preferred, and, la addition, can be
cither tucked or gathered In place
of accordion plaited. To make the
waist for a woman of medium site
will be required 6i yards II. 44
yards 27 or i yards 44 Inches wide
when accordion plaited, 2 yards atl,
X yards ST or I yards 44 Inches
wid when tucked or gathered, with
IS yards of all-over lace and 4 yard
of ailk for belt.
A May M anion pattern. No 4(80,
sixes 32 to 10. will be mailed to any
address on receipt of ten cent.
Llttis Chang in Whit Goods.
In plain white goods there Is little
rhangH from last year, aside from the
fact that thlu airy things will bave
the place of honor, rialn and em
brxddervd l:nen from very sheer lo
Very etiarse weaves will be used for
gowns and shirt-waist suits. There
are several varieties of cotton eta
Dimes and mercerised materials of
many description. Without hesita
tion one may buy dimities, French
and Parisian lawns, wash chiffons,
silk muslin and Knglish nainsook:
while embroidered swlsse In rari-ous-sized
dots. In stripes or In Coral
designs, arc better style thaa for
many years past.
lace, and the vest of white silk, dalcfy
lingerie frill finishing the sleevtwV
The quantity of material rvqulred
for the meilium aiie la 4 yards II.
:4 yards 44 or S yard it Inches
wide with S yard cf ailk for vest.
yard of velvet and 3 yard of lace
A May Msnton pattern, Na 44M,
sites SI ta 41. will be mailed to a a
address oa receipt cf tea ttoUa.
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Jefferson City I to bave a fifw
131,0-y) opora bouse and will tie rea;y
cut s-a--m fr g'od attractions. li1
Jeffersta City bad the opra 1vue
this season she might bave sera "81
Plunkard." "The Mlnirl Girl" and
"Tte Gambler Iiaiurhter."
The Joplio tells of a J'p"n
man who attended a banquet In Kta
. City recently at which thick bef
broth was nerved. TelHr.g tA the !.
quet a few days later, be said:
"Would you believe It. they rved us
beefsteak that you could eat wltJti a
In telling how Charley HakU if
SL Joseph arrested an alleged swin
dler on a train the other day. the
Atchison Globe got mixed up with the
crook. The story waa straightened in
time, though, for Haskell to arrest the
other fellow Instead of hini?elf.
Not long ao a s'.pin signing her
self "A Kansas Girl" advertised In
the Carthage Press for a man to as
sist her in b'i!nei. One of tb re
p!e received follows: "Editor Pres
I have red In the press About a
kanSas girl that wanted a Husbirn to
Help her In Eiznes a Man with secce
I'm a nice respectable young Man ag
twentle foar years of Ak tel me her
Postofes or Notify her I am a man
with money owns a cood farm closss
A fire started in a cheese factory at
Mlrablie the other night and was put
out by the odor of burning cheese. At
least that is the report that com?
The man who carries a lantern at
night In Hunts ville nowadays is con
sidered fearfully "jay." Huntsrlile
now has electric street lights.
Paris merchants bought
dozen ejr?s last week. Had one iea
laid them all It would bave taken her
12G.0O.J days that is, if she laid one
Of a patient from the Nevada in
sane asylum who jumped Into a river
and did cot come up again, an Oregon
county paper says, "It I bellcred he
There are nearly S.OiV) Smith lir-
, Ing In St. Iouis and as many more
. win probably visit that city during the
summer. Why not have a Smith day
at the world s fair?
I "Ab" Cameron of Joplin dropped
, over to Lamar to see "l.y" Clark the
other day. When they have time they
. both should run up to Moberly and
. see Mayor "Ab" Dingle.
I Over In Maryville. the story ge
a young man asked a girt to marry
aim one night last w eek. She thought
. a few momenta and then replied: "I'll
ask you to wait a few days for your
answer, but don't make any other ar
rangements until yoa se rue again.'
When a Moberly preacher left for
other field last week a Moberly wom
an wrote a two-column poem about
him. But the editor to whom It was
1 submitted was thoughtful enough to
' bold It until the preacher was gone.
"Brothahs," said a Cass county ne
gro preacher Sunday night, " thch am
a chicken stealin' nig pah In t!s heh
' cor. c re ga stum. Watch fo' him. He
won't put no money in de co!!e-hi:n
box." Every man in the church
I dropped something into the box and
as the preacher took charge of the
I money he said: "Ah reckon Ah ciui'
a len mistooken. Y"h Is all t .v gen
. "rus toe be chicken liftahs."
j Humansville Star leader: A really
nonoranio man aoes not long remain
unappreciated. . I-aiine Is
a vice and a very serious one, for no
cur has ever been found fir !t.
. . . The mil who cannot make a
Ilrtns; may Inspire pity, but It is al
ways largely mixe) with contempt.
The time of the y.-ar ha ar
rived when the women even up all
eld sores against the men by tearing
up everything for a week and calling
Caleb Johnston of Tnlty Is studying
cat "language" He has forty-eight
rats and makes records of their coo
vermattons on phonographic discs
It Is not probable that Prof. P-avld
Jones of I-ancsster. who claims he
once sielled 15.(H0 words without
missing, ever tackled any Russian
Japanese war name.
J. II. Starr of tVntrsIla, believing
himself Indebted to the telephone
"centrals'' of his town for favors
shown him, gave each of the three
girls a little pig
Jefferson City ha stcured another
railroad concession. The Mitsourt a
cific ha decided to change i tit.o-a ca
two fast mail trains there in the fu
A big washout In Central Miv.tri
was reported Mondav Uut as M. today
w wash day there were rot-b!y
many washes mit.
The let.vn Times rt-c.-lvej a start
ling dispatch concerning the war frvm
It own corre-spoudent in St. Peer
burg Monday. This is wrat It satj
Povc.losk vitchrltaa v!a-l.petro It vitxu
alewitrh mivleroff. plimkort-fT rx-trw
pavl-.vh d.ff alexliff strtnl do!f
plague take Japaeeve T.tiMtrh.
Two hundred and forty rat sers
killed la one core crib a the farm of
Mr. Millie Oarmiihae! wear Shelby
ville Saturday. Four nica saj three
dogs did the work.
A thief, who brvk Into a SeJsl.a
saloon the other Bight, took wtat
money he couij f.ai. but did not loach
a drp. of liquor. It Is pvuttid he
was either a total a!wta!nr or was
used to better "boo.
Two Webb City young me a fjeh
with their fists over a girl the other
n'.ght aad the winner was a loser as
well a the ker. That Is. h turned j
tbeus Uth dowa.
laSIDDS HAVE II
TROUBLE HID OOBT KWI IT
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To Prove what Swamp-Root, ti: Great ZlZizj Hrz!j
Will Do fcr YOU, Erery Rsalsr cf ttls rar II27
Hare a Sample Bottle Sest Free tj MalL
Weak and unhealthy kldoev- rc rrottU4 t&r mmrm
stckosa and su fieri og: than any other di-e, th-erv-for, tea
through neglect or other csuku, kldiry inmUe i permitted tat
continue, fistal remits are sare to follow.
Your other orga.es may need attention lit wear kidar xsMswt,
because they do txtost and nee-1 attention Drat.
If you are k or "feel badly tvegia tatlnjf lr. Kilmer's
Svramp-Uotit, the great kidney, liver and bladder retxxedy, brcnnwss
aa aeon as your kidneys begin to tret better they will kelp aU Use)
other organs to health. A trial ws ill convince anyone.
The mud and iaraedixta eSct of Ir.
Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, the great kdsey
and bladder remedy, is soon reaiired. It
stands the highest far iu wonderful cores
of the most disiressicg dues. Swssip
Root will set your whole system right, sad
the best proof of this n a trial.
3 Cottaos Si . M r mrym Mm
Dui Sis? Jul lit. rM.
B star I m to fb Aj-k. I h4 mmm m
)em a4cy crovciiaL am4 wninm IM F mmt w -I
tui a4 eai'ln.ai4 uaat 1 aSuim
crUMa a4 m wca immt6 my wmwa
md S9r as I mmt taaviaa m i aa
Inlaw ol kaarKM mm4 wniM Sac 4
i ' 1 bsaft Um m oi ibm BM-ilinA wxmi s
danU4 Iw mtm fur tju mmt
aol7 a bon um.
I wmim Mi a4 n 0ucaf! as u. taaf I
mm m ir:r w4 mad atrooc im ontc s W w
am aSot tfaM. I m4 a eortaw (tuut momm af
mt nt 4o ol k pranouOD M ail naaa
m I iii aoSNluaow.
I law coal roar ftawrKaot aarafa aana
Ma aa4 4mm tme aaaiAji aay aarttfai .-k
Taaaa.M raa fof ftf caakskaur tamaao lac
aiwenrtias frvaaaa-Roat ta jJ ac-v 1 aav
ary trety ravra.
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Yo may bare a sample bottle of this
fsinrwj kidney retaadr. ba-aicp-Koot. amt
tree by matL postpaid, by waicsi row i&ay
test it vinoes tor such disorders as kidney,
bladder and uric aod disr-aaes, poor drea
uon, betag obliged to paj yowr water
EDITOniAL SOTICH If yow
have the si.ghtest symptoms c4 kidney
bladder trouble, or if tbere it a trafwof it
ia yoor lariily history, send at once to Ir
Kilmer a: Co.. UiB;&.afsttn, N Y.. whowiU
gladly send yoa by ct.i iinaiediaiciy.wi-.h'
oot cost to too, a sao; ie tvxtle of bwamp
Koot and a book coctaintag taaor o( the
tboasands upon tboulands of testiciocia!
letters recei-ed from men sod vcen cwre-1
la writing. t sure to say that yew read
Uus (eacroas ofler ia this J-aper.
The ordinary old-atyle small cylin
der wastes enough gram and time lo
pay your thresh bilL
Why bo save the graia rdir-arily
put into the straw stack? Why n
save the time which the ordinary
thrv-shtng outfit waste for yon?
This can be done by eat' laying the
RED RIVEX iPtUtL
It has the (Ug CjiMer, wits tot of
concave and grate surtac.
tt hat tb Kaa Baa4 Ike Oaa. that
doe most of the separating ritt at
IW-siJes thew-e. it has all the aeparat
Ing capacity of other machine.
It runs right a'.or.g. saving yur
grata and saving- time. rvgarj:a cf
There ta come Improvemeata la
threshing machinery the same aa la
NICHOLS 5t SHEPARD CO.,
Builder of Tartihert and Enjin," Dattle Creok. Mich,
to uut in tJSittk m)ca x$ti i astart tuiiTNcitE.
Irs the therosgrr
kff as 4 tne wse ef
ter rwttrra, taerranoa
ally ttaa asr tir ai '.'.. The ipecal paper aod the ' in
ch ester patent corregsted haj ascd ia mit "Near
Rival1 ahclit -v tWot strecrth to wuisiacj rttals,
BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER UAKS Or 6IISL1A.
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unttuoa ta pw-:t bncavlasf or aiiif!ast
in tae tu .uk. feea.acfae, itvnrtmx.
hack, tuuiaeas, swteasacas. i
heart disorbajK due so bad kuiaey i
tie. ccia erwptKns frota td baood.
grhewauuaia. rl-snwrs, fcaoatis. trritata
ity. aroraowt tneiirg. lack of atabuica. kjaa T
Ceah saikrw cocpxioa.or Brbt's r"aiiiaaai
If row sue, waea aSoved to reaaaes
sadtatorbed la a flaas or bottje for tmnttf
iocr boors, iarms a sslmimt or aetilsaa; or
Ilis a dowdy ar?araacw. at as enlanc
that y 3cr bdaevs aaa Na Virr aead sasaw
bwaap-haot is tbe great ciniwis est
tr. KJiaer. tbe esuaeai axiaey aad law
der apectaust. Hospvaia w at amis
oerf&l snocess ta both v-gsl aa4
caaes. Doctors reoofxtmead it ta
pauests and was tt ia thear cw luiwilia.
Lweaaas tSev reoarais ia SwasBn-Roat tsas
greatest asi caost iian-naafol leuanjy.
Swwmp-Koot as rawsaawt to taaa asal ia
irt tjt si elrcg stores i be yxui ewer aa
fcuciea of two sues aad ts pnaes arty
ors la aad ooe dofLar. framtmbrr to
eoiavr. Sm-vuf-f Ml, t-r. Xtlmmrr' 0
-a jS-JT jot, mid (e adtrrss, Jimg
AdatM, A'. e rvrry bcesie.
rra a-rt-a a lit il I
! Ckty ar Taaa .
A the modern aelf binder U akeaal
cf the old rerr of forty yewr auto, a
Is the ft( Cytasaer and Maa taw 9mm
ahewd of tLe taiil cy under oMataa
The old stile thresher with ita sataa
cylinder aad limited separating caf
tty, has stoud f.r yeart w tttout lat
pruveatent. t. ita tivta moAi. u t;;y a
wrih the times.
It I ti!t fur B-viffS. cpto-data
vt; to thresh wwii, ta thresa twat;
to save time and uvaey for bvta tk
threnfs&aa and farmer. It dvea) M.
Taere are rvaaoava why. cWa4 f-r our
new bk oia threwhtuaj. It s:vw IWaa
aai it Is frv.
Etepivy tht9tntt&PeCUL.U hs
the only snA-hlM wfcirk has ta aVaej
tWataa ski Oaa. and savea eaouga gra.a
aad ta to , your (srvti UiU
BLACK POWDER SHELLS.
modern ltd sci ce c T.c vwerra cf fc4V
oa'T ttie best msterisr whua !
Loadel " New Rival" Sael's gv pew
asd shots aa lom rtwulra reeef
I a ". a .UMa. t m ml u . a -a
a tt -- w J t(
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tiacvcB raiat a (awoa co, i;
W. N. U, KAA rtTY, NO. 1 ttOw
CECGS' BLOOD FURIF1EII