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ART IN SETTING TABLE
INDIVIDUAL ARTISTIC TOUCH
COUNTS FOR MUCH THERK.
Whlls Thar Are Soma Absolutely
Flxaol Rulaa for the Placing of the
Service, Arrangement le Largely
Matter of Taata.
Everyone mny not learn to act a
table artistically, but there are few
who cannot learn to set It much bet
ter than they do It U callod art by
aorae, and as such should be recog
nised by everyone.
It Is not so much what Is put on tho
tablo In the form of dishes, linen and
acrvlce, as how It Is done. Unusual,
faddish sotting of tho table should
be avoided for tho everyday or holi
day meal, uaIcbs It would be for such
days aa Hallowe'en.
The setting for tho table usually
falls to tho daughter of the house, If
there Is one; If not, tho mother doos
It herself or directs how It should be
done If thero Is a helper In the home.
Thero Is no place In tho entlro homo
which can show the Individual artistic
touch of mother or daughter as the
table, and thero are some absolutely
fixed rules for tho placing of most of
In the first place, linens should be
spotless and white and as flno is your
atyle of living will warrant, the sim
pler encs for everyday use and tho
finer ones for special occasion.
They may bo all this, but If not per
fectly washed and ironed, tho corners
of the cloth folded perfectly, oven tho
very foundation of tho table setting
will bo a rallure.
Table decorations should not bo too
elaborate, and always In keeping with
tlie character of the day celebrated or
'he desired color scbemo used, - rites
Alice O Kirk In the Cleveland Lead
er. Thanksgiving day colors aro usu
ally yellow to correspond with tho
pumpkin and chrysanthoraum, which
is the usual flower of tho Jay.
Tho soup plate Is on a servlcu plate,
which is an eight or ten-Inch plate.
Observe closely tho accuracy with
which knlfo, fork, spoons, goblet and
oiner servico aro placed on the ta
ble. The soup spoon Is placed to tho
right of the knife and teaspoon aud
the soup ladle to the right of the soup
spoon. Using left hand for rcmovlag
cover of tureen, you are ready to take
the ladle In right hand and serve soup,
which may bo passed to the other
members of family at table.
Th water glass or goblet should al
ways be placed at end of knife blade.
Tho broad and butter plato Is on tho
left Ide at end of fork. The sllvtr Is
always used for the outBlde toward
tho plate, either from right or left.
Napkins should always be placed In
left side of fork.
Twenty-four Inches Is tho UBual
apace allowed for each cover or per
son. Home-Made Umbrella Stand.
A very ornamental ns well as use
ful umbrella stand may bo made from
a piece of sewer pipe. Take a piece
about ten inches In diameter, put a
round piece of wood at one end for a
bottom and paint the whole a dork
green. Wooden handles will add to
the looks, If ono wants to tako the
time to mnko them. Thoy can be fas
tened securely by drilling small holes
through tho pipe with a star drill and
fastening from tho Insldo.
Creamed Lamb With Peas.
Molt two teaspoonfuls of butter In
n frying pan. Cook two tablespoon
fuls of flour and one-quarter ot a
tablcspoonrul each of salt and pepper
in butter, then stir In slowly one-half
cup of cream and one-half cup of wa
ter. Stir till tho sauce thlckeiiB, then
add ono and one-half cups of cooked
lamb cut in small pieces and ono cup
of peas. Servo on rounds of toast;
season with butter, popper &nd salt
on top of each portion.
Material required: Ono-half pint
kidney beans, one-quarter cupful car
rota cut In dice, ono small nppk
pared and sliced, two tablespoonfula
butter, one tablespoonful flour, two
teaspoonfuls curry powder, unc-hal(
cupful of water, boiled rice.
Method of preparing: Cook the
beans until soft. Drain Melt the
butter, fry In It the carrot, onion and
apple; add the flour and curry pow
der, blend well, then add water and
beans; simmer fifteen minutes. Serve
In a border of boiled rice
Sliced Cold Tongue.
Slice the cooked tongue and arrange
it In a circle, with tho edges over
lapping each other. Surround this
with a border of crisp, white lettuce
leavea and heap In the center a pjra
mid of tartare sauce. Place .It In the
Ice chest for at least ono hour before
Pick Poor Models.
She Don't you hato those women
who try to act Ilka men?
He Yes, so few of thea try to act
K"T I P&-v JtiS'v -fir
Kir I fft&&JT't -,- -
1 r iHjoore ) I KJ
"Do you belong to a brass band,
"No, dear. What put that Idea into
"Well, mamma said you wcro al
ways blowing jour own horn, bo I
thought you must belong to u brass
Why He Changed His Mind.
John Ii. Sullivan mot with Homo
amusing Incidents whllo glvlup boxhiR
Ono day n Imsky young mnn oamo
to him iiH a pupil He iok hlx boxing
lesson and went hom-i -mow hat the
worse for wear.
When he camu for his second lesson
ho sold: 'Mr Sullivan. It was my
Idea to learn enough about boxing
from you to givo a certnln young gen
tleman a good licking. I've had It in
for hltn a good while. Hut I've chang
ed my mind If you have no objec
tions I'll send thls"young man down
hero to jou to tako the rest of my
lessons for mo." Pittsburg Chronicle
Telegraph Sanctimonious Penny.
.Toronto S .McWade, the mllllonnlro
collector of Duluth, wns appealing on
tho Mauretanln for a seaman's fund
"Lot the collection be generous," ho
said "We want none of tho penny
nnd quarter parable bore."
A penny nnd a quarter, side by side
In a pocket, fell Into conversation.
"I'm worth 2.1 of jou," said tho qunr
"That's true," replied the humble
penny, "hut In ono respect, sir, I'm
superior to yourself."
"Pshaw; how so?" said tho quar
ter. "I go to church, sir. far, far oftoner
than you," replied tho penny.
No Money, No Marriage.
"A fortune teller told mu thnt ou
aro going to marry mo," said the
young man with the prominent
"Did she also tell you that you are
going to Inherit n Very large foituno?"
Inquired tho girl with tho matted hnlr.
"She didn't Fay anything nhout n
"Then she U not much of a fortune-teller,
nnd ou bad hotter not
place any reliance in anything sho
says." Washington Herald.
The little boy was greatly alarmed
"It's only n hollow pumpkin." ex
plained his uncle.
"And It won't get me!"
"No; It's Just n pumpkin with a can
dlo In It."
"Tho Idea of being scared by n Jack-c-la'ntern,"
Jeered the boy's fnther.
"Never you mind, kid," said undo.
"Many a prominent statesman has
been scaled by less."
Willis Ib that new oitng ptencher
you hired fresh from college up to
nillla You but. ilu called out tho
Easter choir squad last Sunday, and
has ordered practice behind closed
"You sometimes contradict yourself
in your speeches."
"I know It," replied tho positive can
didate. "And I want you to under
stand that I am the only man In our
party who dares nttompt such a
"What is that terriblo noise?" asked
"That," replied tho policeman, "Is
caused by an ordinary ono cent safety
pin sticking Into n f3.000.000 baby."
Mra. Wlnatow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, eortrua the eutna, reduce Inflnmma
Won, allays palu.cureawlndcollctSaabottle.Mi
If a man didn't have a wife he prob
ably wouldn't know that ho had neigh
bors. Veers is iwmriNf sr
JMR. GOSLINGTON GOT EVEN
Collision of Ill-Mannered Man and
Fire Hydrant Afforded Him Much
"You know Mio crowding, pushing.
Ill-mannered chaps," said Mr. Gosling
ton, "that elbow thulr way through
and crowd you off Into tho gutter, like
as not, and pass right on with never n
thought? I encountered one of them
this morning In Sixth nvenue.
"He overtook me, coming up from
the rear, walking faster than I, and
when ho had come to mo ho didn't
sheer out, but kept right along, shoul
dering mo so that I almost fell Into
the street. Hut in one brief moment
I was moro than fully avenged.
".lust as this Ill-mannered chap
shouldered me I had anlved at n lire
hydrant, for which I was about to
alln.it- nut Vnii I;..,.. ,1.. ft-.. l....u....m
.-..... mw. k wi. inw-i in u gnu 11 (11,1111
Unlit of cast Iron, very !nrtl, nnd I
standing up rigidly very rigidly. You
can't Just shoulder a fire hydrant out '
of tho way, nnd Just as this mnn shoul
Uored mo out of his course he enme
upon the flro hydrant, which with mo
covering It from vlow ho had not
seen. His next rude, reckless stop
forward cnrrlcd him up against this
flro hydrant fair nnd squarely per
bunk! "And It didn't break his log. but
It did make him limp, he limped quite
perreptlbly, I wns pleased to s 'o, ns
he walked away "
These Gridiron Days.
.Miss Culcltaw Ho joU 0 tho
"Passing of Arthur'"
Mr. Chump I'm not up on football
players. What team Is ho on?
TO IIItlVK OUT M 1 1. A Id A
ANII III ll.li I r THK HYKTKH
inn? WV.1.'1 It"""1"r'' OVh"1 TArKI.KHS
1 ,1111.1. TONKJ. tun know what un nrn tnklnit.
Hlii) tnrimila la plainly printed on rterr notile.
Mmnlnnlt Unlmplr yiilnlne and Irttn In n taMi-lt i
form, nnd llho moil rffci-itial form, for grows
people and inlldren. 10 rents. Adv.
"How did ou come out of the tilt
ou linn with the beauty doctor?"
"Well, 1 managed to savo my face."
Hecular practicine iibsic!nns rcrnninicml
and prescribe OXIDIXi; for Miliirin. be
ciii'elt i n proven icmeilv bv vcars of ex
periencc. Keep n bottle in the medicine
client nnd mlminitrr nt first sign of CliilN
mil Fever. Adv.
If you want a man to deliver the
goods, employ one who doesn't tnlk
I will fire you FREE a sample of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets that hare brought
health and happiness to thousands also a book on any chronic disease requested.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has the endorsement of many thousands
that it has cured them of indigestion, dys
pepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour
risings, heartburn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach,
biliousness and kindred derangements of
the stomach, liver and bowels.
"In coughs and hoarseness caused by
bronchial, throat and lung affections, except
consumption, the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery' is a most efficient remedy, espec
ially in those obstinate, hang-on-coughs
caused by irritation and congestion of the
bronchial mucous membranes. The 'Dis
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arising from sudden colds, nor must it be
iye any garment without rippinn apart. Writ
Turn on the backbiter and suy It
to his fnco.
, ,. "TpHIIallaeaellaiSOMlB-les.
Wool ford 'h Hanllair Lotion fur all I
contagious Itch. At DrugulsU. Adr.
A bird In the hand falls to catch tho
wmMi, ust "Rtrtl
Mr. New Wed A wife Is n gift from
heaven. We get tho sunlight nnd tho
gcntlo rain from heaven.
Mr. Old Wed And also tho thunder
Took Load Off Mother's Mind.
Slx-yenr-old Dora leturned unusii
ally early from school tho other day
She rang tho door hell Thero was no
niiBwcr. She rang again, n llttlo
longer. Still theto was no response A
third Unto she pushed the button, long
and hnrd. Nobody (.-11110 to tho door.
Then she pressed her noso ngalnst
tho window screen and In n shrill
voice, which can led to tho ears of
every neighbor In the block, called'
"It's all right nianimn. I nln't the
Importnnt to Mothorn
Exnmlno carefully every bottlo of
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infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over 30 Yrnrn
Children Cry for Fletcher's Cnstoriu
Tie .Infant Terrible.
"Mr MJsbenu Is It trim thnt you
hain't got sense enough to como In
out of tho 'aln?"
"Yes, Miss Kitty. ou must always
belicvo what papa tells jou."
Once In a great while a man comes
homo ns early as his wife thinks he
ought to, or the postman brings her a
letter thnt sho expects.
During many j'ears of practice I have used numer
ous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills.
I have kept a record of the result in case after case,
so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y are able to diagnose
and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results.
But for the permanent relief of blood disorders and im
purities, I can recommend my "Golden Medical Discovery"
a blood medicine without alcohol or other injurious ingredients.
R. V. PIERCE, M.D., Buffalo, N. Y.
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and atone root, golden teal, Oregon traps root and cherrjrbark. Of theie Dr.
R. V. Pierce mad a pure elrcenc entract which haa heen faTorallr known for
over fortr rean. Ie e.H.d It "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." ThU
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Nature' 1 own way. It a Jut! the tlitue builder and tonic you rrquire.
expected to care consumption in its ad
vanced stages no medicine will do that
but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs,
which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead
up to consumption, it is the best medicine
that can be taken."
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principal dealers in medicines, ar
send fifty one-cent stamp
for trial package of tablets.
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get the Common Sense Medical Adviser the Peo
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nml tine otlnro of syrup of Sursnpurilla,
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homo nnd put thorn In n linlf pint of
food whiskey. Shake tho bottlo nnd
tako a tablespoonful before each menl
and at bejl-tlm.'." aood resulls ciimo
after the first few doci. If jour drug
Klst does not hnvo Torls compound In
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thp genuine Torls compound In tho
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Short of Breath.
Patience What sort of 11 dog Is
Patlunce A knlckorhockcr poodlo?
Patrice A knlckerbocker lioodlo.
Patrice Yes; don't you notice his
As n rummer tonic tliero is no medici te
Hint quite compares with OXIDIXK. It tint
niilv builds up the stem. but taken re
nlnrlv. prevent Mnlarh Heguhr or Tame
less formula at Dnicnitla. Adv.
"Now n (blg Clilcupo Unit complains
that Its girls will not bitty single."
"Well, will they stay married?"
XAI.rAI.PA HKKI), trt. TlmothrsndCloTernilieU.
HI WIIIM1lpc.11 it tiiruis fur siiln and rent m
iropi'oruionu. J. Jlullu.l, hliiill tltr, lona. Adl,
It takes a good pugilist or u poor
minister to put bis man to sleep.
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