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SAVED iAY LYON't LIFE.
Awful Sight from That Dreadful Com
plaint, tnfantlla Eotama Mother
Praliea Cutleura Rsmadits.
"Our baby had that dreadful com
plaint, Infantile Eczema, which afflict
ed him for several months, commenc
ing at the top of his head, and at last
covering his whole body. His suffer
ings were untold and constant misery,
In fact, there was nothing we would
not have done to have given blm re
lief. We finally procured a full set of
the Cutleura Remedies, and In about
three or four days ho began to show a
brighter spirit and really laughed, for
the first time In a year. In about
ninety days ho was fully recovered.
PralBe for the Cutleura Remedies has
always been our greatest pleasure,
and there is nothing too good that we
could say In their favor, for they cer
tainly saved our baby's life, for he
was tho most awful sight that I over
beheld, prior to the treatment of the
Cutleura Remedies. Mrs. Maebelle
I.yon, 182C Appleton Ave., Parsons,
Kan., July 18, 1905."
Successfully Palnta on Metal.
Carl Lundc, a Norwegian artist, haa
made hjmsclf famous by painting on
metal, an art even me Japanese nave
failed In, great as they are as metal
workers. I.unde decorates ordinary
(In with characteristic designs In col
rs and illuminates an ordinary tray
tr plate that would otherwise be
cheaply Japanned. Tho method is his
secret and only one of many clever
nesses he employs to render utility
artistic and decorative.
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory if tho right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desirod stiffness, It Is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric. Is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects tho wear
ing quality of the goads. This troublo
ran be entirely overcome by using Do
flanro Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of Its great
er strength than other makes.
Point Won by Flattery.
Gen. French, tho English officer
who represented that country at the
recent French maneuvers, received
tho following letter after his tri
umphant return from the Uoer war:
".My Dear French: Vou are a great
Ilrltlsh general. I want your auto
graph; but, whatever you do, don't
let your secretary write It."
Needless to say, the boy got the
autograph, and a signed photograph
of hlH hero to boot.
Starch, like everything else, Is be
ing constantly improved, the patent
Starches put on the market 25 years
ngo are very different and Inferior to
those of the present day. In the lat
est discovery Defiance Starch all In
jurious chemicals are omitted, while
tho addition of another Ingredient, In
vented by us, gives to the Starch a
Rtrcngth and smoothness never ap
proached by other brands.
Women Have Pet Snakes.
A great many snakes are Imported
Into Kngland. There Is a brisk de
mand for snake pets among rich
ladles. It's a funny kind of pet, por
Imps, but they seem to like them, and
get quite fond of them. I suppose
it's because ladles nowadays like tho
unusual. Of course, these pet snakes
are all nonpolsonous. London Morn
ing Leader. '
Wa offer On Hundred Doiiara Reward for an
cao uf Catarrh that ctauot bo cared br Hall'i
... , . '.J.CIIKM!VACO.,Tol4n.O.
We, the underilioeit, h known V. J. Cheney
for I lie lut 11 , end bellum liliu perfectly hon
orable In ell liuilneie tran.uclloun and financially
able lu carry out any ohllgettotii made by hli firm.
W41.UIMO, KlHNlN 4 MaRTIX,
. Whiiloiale Uruggliti, Toledo. O.
llall'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and inucoui lurfacM of the
ay.tem. Teitlinonlata tent free, l'rlce ?i cenU per
I'a Family l'lll for cnnitlpalton.
Artistic Marriage Certificates.
me smart wedding invitation or
announcement la engraved as simply
as possible nowadays, but If tho bride
wants elaborate treatment of her
marriage certificate shu can have It.
Theso may be done by hand and beau
muiiy iiiuminaieu on parchment or
Japanese vellum, and some brides are
having theirs framed and hung la the
One of the latest food products com
Ing from Holland, that land of agrl
cultural Industry, is honey vinegar,
which Is now manufactured there on
a commercial scale. Tho particular
characteristics of vinegar mado from
honey are Ita agreeable aroma and
Will Hold Cremation Congress.
In order to combat the prejudice
against cremation In Belgium, It haa
been decided to bold a cremation con
grcss at Charlerol, under tho direction
of the Rationalist Federation.
Spaniards Would Emigrate.
Six hundred families of weavers of
Uojar, Spain, are reported to be seek
Ing aid to MnhjraU to American oomv
BUILT UP HER HEALTH
SPEEDY CURE OF MISS Q00DE
he la Made Well by Lydl .. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and
Write Orate fully to Mrs. Plnkhara.
For the wonderful help that she haa
found Miss Cora Qoode, 256 E. Chicago
Avenue, Chicago, 111., believes it her
duty to write the following letter for
publication, in order that other women
afflicted in tho same way may be
I JMiss Cora GoodeM
benefited ns she was. Miss Goode Is
president of the Hryn Mawr Lawn
Tenuis Club of Chicago. She writes;
Dear Mrs. rinliham:
" I tried ninny different remedies to
build up my syst-m, which had become run
down from lovs of proper rest and unreason
able hours, but nothing seemed to help me.
Jlother is a great advocate of Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for female trou
bles, having uvd it herself Bomo years ago
with great surccs. Ho I began to take it,
and in less than a month I was aide to be nut
of IkmI ami out of .loom, and in three months
1 wns entirely well, lteally I havo never felt
so strong and well as I havo since. "
No other medicSne has such a record
of cures of female troubles ns has Lydia
E. I'inkham'd Vegetable Compound.
Women who are troubled with pain
ful or irn'gulnr periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), displacement
of organs, inflammation or ulceration,
can bo restored to perfect health
and strength by taking Lydia E.
I'inlcham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Pinkham invites nil sick women
to write her for ndvicc. She has guided
thousands to health. Her experience
is very great, and she gives the benefit
of it to all who stand in need of wise
counsel. She is the daughter-in-law of
Lydia E. I'inkhuni nnd fortwcnty-flvo
years has been advising sick women
free of charge. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Artificial Silk the Latest.
In Gothenburg, Sweden, or at some
place In Its neighborhood, will soon
bo built a large factory for tho man
ufacture of artificial silk for export.
A company has receltly been organiz
ed there with a capital not to bu less
than tlG0,800 and not to exceed .S482,
400, with tho purpose of building a
factory and exploiting an Invontio.i
made by rir.slncer It. W. Strehlenert,
of DJursholm, Sweden, for the manu
facture of vegetable silk. Excluding
experiments, this Industry Is new In
Sweden, and it Is claimed that the silk
manufactured from nitro-cellulose by
Mr. Strehlenert's method has Just as
fine an appearance and is Just as
strong or durable as natural silk, or
even stronger. It Is further stated
that the silk has been tested or tried
In Swedish or German cloth factories
and that very favorable reports have
been received about It. Consular Re
ports. It takes a lot of common senso to
get a man out of trouble a little non
sense got him Into.
Sinking Spells, Headaches ana
Rheumatism all Yield to Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills.
Mrs. Lizzio Williams, of No. 410 Co
dar street, Quiiicy, 111., says: " Evel
siuco I had nervous prostrutioii, nix ml
thirteen years ngo, 1 lmvojiad periodica?
spells of complete exhaustion. Tho doo
tor said my nerves were shattered. An)
excitement or niiusunl activity would
throw mo into, n statu of lifelessness
At the beginning my strength would
come, buck in it modcrato timo after each
uttack, but tho period of weakness kepi
lengthening until at last I would lie
helpless us many ns three hours at a
stretch. I hud dizzy feelings, nulnita'
tiou of tho heart, misery after eating,
hot nasiics, nervous headaches; rheu
matic pains iu the back and hips. Tho
doctor did mo so little good that I gnvo
up his treatment, and icully feared that
my cksu wus iucnrablu
When I began taking Dr. Willinms'
Pink Pills my appetite grow keen,
my food no longer distressed mo, my
nerves were quieted to u degree that 1
had not experienced for ycura und my
strength returned. Tho fuiiiting spell
left me entirely after I had used the
third box of the pills, and tuy friend,
suy that I am looking tatter than I Imvt
douo for tho past fifteen year."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are recom
mended for diseases Hint come from im
poverished blood such us HiiH-mia, rheu
matism, debility mid disorders of the
nerves such as neuralgia, nervons pros
tration and partial paralysis. Thoyiiavc
cared the most stubborn indigestion.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills egreo with th
most delicate stomach, quiet all ner
vousness, stir np every organ to do iti
proper work and give strength that In sis
Bold by all druggists, or sent postpaid
on receipt ofprloe, 60 couts per box, sh
boxes for 18.80, by the Dr. WlUiaau
Msdloiue Oo,. Soasutctady, N. T.
HATS ARE IN
Parisian Manufacturers Responsible
for 8ome Beautiful Artificial Trim
mings "Poke" Bonnets of
That headgear Is to be nn all-Impor
tant Item of dress this coming season
thero can be no reasonable doubt.
Also, to judge from the number and
variety of models on exhibition, there
would seem to be no reasonable ex
cuse for tho appearance of an unbe
coming hat. However, that Is largely
a matter of taste and viewpoint, but,
at any rate, each of us ought to bo
able to please herself In the matter.
Tho newest thing Is tho "Madame,"
an elongated turban with a slnglo
long and very heavy plume over either
side. The plumes, if they do not
match exactly, at least must blend
harmoniously with tho color of tho
hat. Few striking contrasts are noted
In exclusive millinery, even the metal
buckles, of which a great number will
bo used, being toned to correspond.
The Parisian manufacturers havo
given us sonic beautiful artificial trim
mings In tho way of aigrettes, wings,
breasts, etc., which really show a del
icacy or richness of coloring and com
binations quite Imposslblo with tho
real ones. These aro made up of tur
key wings, hen's feathers, wild duck,
and gooso quills and the plumage of
tho various other domestic birds, often
live or six being utilized In the make
up of a slnglo ornament.
Tho perfectly round turban has re
turned, this time with tho trimming,
usually a plume or somo velvet ribbon
loops, sturtlng from tho front under
neath a rosetto or buckle and extend
ing In arched fashion over the top
and side, drooping down over tho hair
at tho back.
The Louis Seize shape, a species of
exaggerated French sailor, Is In vogue
as a dress hat. The brim curves up
ward ever so slightly at tho sides and
wound with an ostrich feather, tho tip
of which falls over tho brim at tho
(,'de back, Is extremely fetching worn
by the tall young woman.
PRETTY ORNAMENT FOR DEN.
Novel Sofa Pillow Cover Made Up of
A novel sofa pillow cover can bo
made by a girl to add to the many
llttlo artistic and odd furnishings of
her den. invito each girl and boy
friend to draw a comical picturo on a
piece of heavy white, tan or light bluo
linen, about three by four Inches In
size. There should bo an equal num
ber of patches In each color, so that
no one tint will predominate. The
artist should first draw his picturo In
pencil, and when done to plcaso his
fancy, follow tho outline with a small
brush, dinned in India Ink. The
names of tho contributors should np
pear on their pieces of "art," done, of
course. In India Ink.
When all tho patchos havo thor
oughly dried lay thorn over a square
of white cloth and cioss-stltch tho
edges smoothly together with gay
An accompanying Illustration gives
an Idea of how the cushion will cp
uear after finished.
Tho woven wire mattresses used In
bedsteads are apt to wear tho mate
rial of tho hair mattress ahovo Into
holes. To provent this, spread sheets
of strong brown paper between tho
two, pinning or tying nt tho corners so
that It may not wrlgglo out of place
If tho mattress covering Is already
worn, tho only plon Is to havo it ro
covetod at good uphclstoor's.
TABLE CENTER OF EMBROIDERY.
Be Worked In 811k, In Combina
tions of Colors.
This tablo center Is simple and
very pretty. It Is worked upon pale
green silk; the flowers, which form
tho border, aro a combination of
painting and embroidery; the large
wild rosbs aro painted with pale pink
water colors used with aquarelle me-
dium; they aro then worked round In
embroidery with silk In darker shades
of pink; the Inner petals are edged
with cording and satin-stitch, the
outer with buttonhole stitch; the cen
ter Is painted green, with surround
ing knot stitches worked with yellow
silk, the lines being long stitches of
pale green. The leaves and buds aro
painted green, and aro outlined with
cordlng-stitch worked with darker
green silk; lu painting tho leaves nnd
stalks, several tints of green, with
Just a little brown for tho stalks,
should bo used, as tho effect obtained
by them would bo Immensely superior
to only ono uniform tono of green.
When the work is finished tho super
fluous material beyond the buttonhole
edge must bo cut away with a pair of
small, sharp scissors, taking great
care not to cut the stitches.
BRACELETS ARE IN VOGUE.
Old-Fashloned Designs Vie in
larity with the New.
Whllo perhaps bracelets have ex
perienced to n greater extent than any
other article of Jewelry tho fullness of
this revival, anything thnt savors of
tho antique is considered quite as
smart mid lends a touch of quaint
charm to an otherwise commonplace
Tho broader tho bracelet tho better
nnd one of tho quaintest styles seen
Is that made like tho old-fashioned
"book" chains, each link fitted Into
the other and overlapping co that tho
method of Joining them Is not at onco
apparent, tho bracelet resembling llsh
scales when laid flat. It Is, however,
pliable and easily adjusted lu fapito of
Its Intricate workmanship.
From many nn nntlque collection of
tho family Jewel box comes necklaces
of one sort or another to grace tho
charms of tho maiden of to-day und
of all thero Is none which Is more ef
fective than onu of rose gold which
savors somewhat of Syrian manufuc
Whllo tho old-fashioned brooches are
not worn to such nn extent as othor
articles of jewelry, they aro mado over
Into pendants and maltu really bcautl
I ul neck charms, which lend a pretty
llulf.h to a white lingerie wulst or
Ono of tho styles of old-fashlonec
brooches most often seen is that set
with a cnrbunclo or coral with gold or
coral drops. Occasionally tho vu
rings aro worked Into a pretty design
lu connection with tho brooch. With
cameos, whoro there uro a number
of them, tho most fascinating dog col
lara may bo made, tho stones bcin
simply set and linked together witl
chains of gold, elthor plain or .ornate
according to tho fancy of tuo weaio
and tho site of.hor purse
HAD TO USE A CANI.
Weakened Kidneys Made an Elwosi,
lnd Man's lack Give Out.
R. A. Pugh, transfer business, 2020
North B street, Elwood, Ind., says:
"Kidney trouble Kept
me laid up for a long
time, and when I
was able to bo up I
had to uso a cane.
I had terrlblo back
aches and pain In
tho shoulders. The
k 1 d n o y secretions
were dark colored.
After doctoring In
vain, I began using Doan's Kidney
Pills. Three boxes cured mo entirely,
and I am glad to recommend them."
Bold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
John 8tuart Mill.
James Mill, his father, was a hard
man, a clever man, and a crank a
hedonist capable of making himself
thoroughly disagreeable about the
greatest happiness of the greatest
number; a theorist who regarded his
clever son as a suitable object for ed
He would not send him to school
because schools were tho fortresses
of "prejudice," and taught the wrong
things In the wrong way. He pro
vided him with no playmates, and al
lowed him no holidays, lest "the habit
of work should be broken." Francis
Grlbble, in Fnrtnl'Mlv Rfvjew.
. Experience t u.
and memory tho
. . of wisdom
lother. From the
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Civil Ballet at One.
It cleanses, soothes!
beats ana protects!
tho diseased mem
brane. It cures Co-1
tarrh and drlvosl
away a Cold in the I
lleau quickly. Ito-
stores tho Menses or
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ALWAYS RBADV TO USR Nn
DIRT. DUST. SMOKB OR SMELL.
NO MORE STOVE POLISH TROUBLES
aak-atuaii In llili locality Willi autttcient uiuimr t3
bur outrliihi in. nrt muoth a aiipplr ufourNlaaw
Wlaity Law Prawanra llali.w WlrVOawE
laa 1-lckju. AuMI.tr imartr.1 1 n uvrrr aloraTno
Bunio anil Mllr compiling wiiliijunnir"ifi. To
ucn n man wn wm alra eioiu.ito auica rlvbt ar,4
maraniee to r fandnionfjr If ioo1a nut aolu In 01
lara. Kiiriherptrtirn'arannacqiirtr. Tho Standard
Him Udbl Co., 0 tf. LLUaiwl St., Caliiift ru
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