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NEW YORK FASHIONS
L Pattern For Lady's Tucked Waist Designed by Martha Dean ip .V .t i> . 1 ' i t if VA l I \W How to Glaze Collars. To glaze collars and cuffs you need a proper polishing iron, one with a rounded surface faced with steel. Iron each collar till quite dry, lay on a board covered with one thickness of calico only, rub quickly over with a clean rag squeezed out of cold water and iron with your polishing iron, pressing hard, moderately warm. Procure a dozen small imported her rings. Cut off their heads and tails and soak in cold wmter for two days, chang ing the water several times during that period. Drain, wipe dry and lay In a stone jar. Put one quart of white wine The iron should be How to Pickle Herrlngrs. vinegar In a saucepan over the fire, two tablespoonfuls of sugar, half a cup- j ful of water, two onions sliced, tw r o bay leaves and two blades of mace. Cover and simmer gently for half an hour, j Set to one side to cool. When quite cold strain into the jar over the her ring, adding one tablespoonful of mus tard seed, six whole cloves, a table spoonful each of whole peppers and allspice and the bay leaves already used. Cover the jar. and in three days the herring will be ready for use. How to Clean SHU Gloves. To clean silk and thread gloves put them on tl'.o hands and wash them in borax water or if very much soiled with white castile soap. Rinse by pouring water over the hands and dry with a towel. Keep the gloves on the hands until nearly dry, then take off, | fold carefully and lay between clean cloths under a weight. How to Clean a Clock. To clean a clock lay a rag well sat | urated with kerosene oil in the bottom ; of it. The fumes will loosen the dirt. I and it will drop out. After a few days this should be removed and another I saturated rag placed in the clock, the 3 fumes of which will lubricate the I works. How to Make Opan«r© Mint Cnp. Orange mint cup is a delicious and refreshing dessert for a convalescent. I Miss Farmer, an authority on Invalid 7 -cooking, prepares the cup by removing i I the pulp from a sour orange, sprinkling 1 7 it with three-quarters of a tablespoon- , ■ ful of powdered sugar, a tablespoon- j ful of chopped mint and one teaspoon ful each of lemon juice and sherry I wine. Place the fruit in a champagne glass, chill thoroughly and serve, with a sprig of mint stuck In the top. Every day we find newer and prettier j styles of the indispensable shirt waist, | and suitable to the season is the new ; advance style shown here. -For the j woman who has grown tired of heavy linen waists with tailored strappings and stitchlngs this will be a pleasant surprise, | for it is just what is needed for the thick mercerized cotton waists that will not admit of trimming. The mode is suitable. I however, to almost any material, as the j tucks are very small, but the effect most charming. The tiny graduated tucks in j the waist are in sunburst effect, and the same idea is carried out in the sleeves. The pattern also includes the fanciful little stock that is shown in the Illustra- , tion. Cheviot, mercerized cotton stuffs, silk or veiling will develop satisfactorily. Material required for medium skse, 314 yards 36 Inches wide. Pattern No. 6033. Sizes, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust measure. \ DIRECTIONS FOR. ORDERING Send 10 cents to this office, give number of this pattern, No. 6033, and state size de sired. It will then be sent to you by mall postpaid. Be sure to write plainly and al ways give full address. Several days must be allowed for delivery of pattern. How to Freshen the Month. Two drops of camphor on your tooth brush will give your mouth the fresh est, cleanest feeling Imaginable, will make your gums rosy and absolutely prevent anything like cold sores or af fections of your tongue. How to Clean Sewing: Machines. Does the sewing machine need clean ing? Empty the oil can, fill with gaso line, flood every oiling place on the machine, run It rapidly, repeat process If necessary; then oil with best ma chine oil and wonder, in your surprise at the result, why you did not do it sooner, r Bargains in Trousers! 3SSS&E1 3SSS&S 0) ÖS m m m 05 05 We offer a large and varied assortment« of Men's 3Ô and 40 Waist« Pants in Corduroys, Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsteds, Unfinished Worsteds, Kerseys and Moleskins at from 33 % to 50 per cent« discount from our former prices. Coll and inspect our stock, and secure one of the biggest« bargains in Men's Clothing ever offered in the State. m m m m 05 m 0) 0> m m m m 0i 05 » 0 ) m m 05 05 05 m m 05 05 05 0i m m « w A A & m ® ® S3 û S3 m m S3 i S3 S3 m S3 S3 S3 m i m m S3 I m S3 ® m S3 m S3 ® m m m 8 ® ® ® SSS2&E3 Store, BSSS&EJ BALLANTYNE - DEE Clothing Caldwell, Idaho. The GOLDEN RULE STORE CALDWELL SPECIALS— Mens Fleece Lined Underwear 43c each Mens all wool SI.50 Underwear 9ÔC Ladies extra fine union suit 75c for 50c Ladies fine cashmere vest (pants to match) $1.25 for 04c Have received today childrens wool underwear, also fleeced lined, at our usual low prices. New goods of all kinds, Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Neckwear, Ladies Collars. One price to all for cash. We don't cut prices, our's is always the lowest. Yours for Business M. G. ROCKWELL. | ON GOOD Little Prices stoves We offer the best values in Idaho on Stoves and Ranges DOAN & DAY CO., Ltd. HARDWARE & GROCERIES CALDWELL, IDAHO.