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was my situation for sixteen long and weary years because of my jiliysical infirmities. 1 had severe pains in my side, constant headache, weak back, subject to habitual miscarriage and was a generally broken down wreck. Several doctors tried to better my conditon, but were unsuccessful. et, this condition is all changed, and J3 GcF.STLE S i & JT FEMALE PANACEA is responsible for the transfor mation from the gloom of sick ness and suffering to the light of health and happiness. I am strong and in good health and can do my housework with sat isfaction and pleasure. I be gan to build up on the first bottle, and the final result is wonderful to contemplate. It is only those who have been to such depths of despair that can appreciate the restoration." MRS. ELLEN JACKSON Crawford, Miss. This if int one letter, but w" ,h.0,Y san.ln.f Kiniinr ones. Miowin thai . K P. in tlio bci-i lYinnle Tunic ami is every daj rurini: Painful. Profuse mid Delayed Men-F-r.iHtion. V lutes, nil Womh. Ornnuti and Nervous Tmiil.lcs. Punt fail to Bet a little ntnneK. Itissold undera money-back guarantee. 6ERSTLE MEDICINE CO, ClMltnoc, Tinf. At sll Dcalcn. la 0 Dollar Bottlct. 0L0SI0EILE It tool to luild ; 20 years uitomobilc to be a s that are rccomiizul as sund.r. in iuality, reliability anJ work manship. Oldsmubilrs an' known all over the world as tin: standard not excelled in tin- qualities that make an automobile duia ble, satisfactory and econom ical to own. A purchaser of an Oldstno bile knows lit; is jetting a bit; dollar's worth for every dollar he invests. Write us (or our. agency proposition in towns ivt now under contract. OLDS MOTOR WORKS, LANSING, MICH. . 3-JO&$3.coSj,iOE:S W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cllt Edge Line cannot bo equalled at any price. .wuei4S ! fX SHOES -sifc. . V A ALL (T-Ty ' V" t'"e j I wiijS'p I JUIV V0'6 $10,000' iwr : $s.n,i r s ruA inrtiiH.R tfiAKUFA C YUi: i M ThE WOULD. I l;Li"A''.D to anyone wlio can ;iuuu csarovB thts statement. IT I coult! lakevca into rnv three Ifinre factories at Brockton, .'.lass., ar..t shuw you '.lie infinite wire with which every pilrof shoes Isinnile. you would realize why V. L. Doubles S. .5 shoe" cost more to niiiUe, why they liuhl their shape, tit better, weur lonjr'.r, unit are of greater i Jtrinsic value than any other .t.t.SOshue. L. Oougtna fscng Mado Ehoa for Men, $2.r.tl, f '.(: ftove' Scf anl & OrcMSShacB,$::t,U.9X.$1.1S,$1.50 CAUTION. i i m,..i, ,ii. W.l..l..ug. Ian in,(.n. T;ikt) lei sul'littit'!. None .-ninne with-'lit his n:im' ami price ntainieil on bottom. lust Color E ie'efs ii.'.er : fdeiy mil not wear fcrassu. Write for 1 llnstr.it.-.i rued,,,;. W. h. HOI ULAN, llrm kl.in, Muu. SOME FAULTS IN. 'j DAIRIES. ;0nditions Which One City Milk In spector Found to Exist on Some Farms. A cMy milk Inspector visited the farms supiilyiiiK milk to liis city and found many lnu'roper I'ondititms exist ing. In his report ptvou below can you find any item wliich would oonilenm vniir dairy: 1. Harms not sutrieiently ventilated. 2. Siirroundinsa not sanitary, espe cially as to removal of manitiv, wlileU I usually found piled up ac-ainst the barn in a eonvenient pltiee. This should not lie allowed to accumulate-, but should be removed daily. 3. Stanchions should be better drained, and no stagnant water or piga allowed, in the barn yard. 4. Milk houses not usually provided with screens or ceni.-iit floors. Flies noticed in milk. 5. Cow's udders should be cleansed better. Some had an entirely wrong idea of cleanliness, both as to the cows and as to the hands and the elothins of the milkers. In one instance, asniail bucket of cold water and a thin, dirty looking rag were used for all the cows. By the time the udders of six cows were washed off the water tind wash rag wero not very clean. 6. In several dairies each milker would use several pails, and after fill ing once would leave it stajid uncovered, open to the tlies and numerous sources of infection always present. At two places I found helpers straining milk through dirty cloths, in which a handtul of (lies had found their last resting place. 7. Cans not sterilized by boiling wa ter or steam, but hastily washed with lukewarm water, and set aside to dry, under roof, sometimes with cover on. This should not be done. It is impor tant to sterilize, them with boiling wa ter or superheated steam every time they are used, then put upon a clean frame, upside down, with covers off, and fully exposed to fresh air. Jlottles and other containers should he treated likewise. 8. Chickens allowed too many liber- tics about the place. It is impossible to train a chicken, but the screens which are needed to keep out Hies and other insects will keep them out. 9. Improper feeding. Some dairymen consider certain feed good which I do not think is fit to use. I will report more fully upon this important subject when I have concluded my investiga tions. in. At one farm I noticed dogs were used for driving his cows. This 1 do not believe good practice. 11. In one place I found a bad well. The water was used for t he cows and also for rinsing the cans. When ty phoid fever is caused by the milk and it lias been traced to the milk in sev eral epidemics, it is invariably due to water used in rinsing the nun; cans or other containers with infected water. This widl was condemned. 12. Whitewash not much used in the barns. The above criticisms do not apply to most of the dairies. Some were models of cleanliness; barn clean, fresh and well ventilated, stanchions properly kept and drained, milk house clean as a good housekeeper's kitchen, screens in nearly everywhere, and cleanliness noticeable everywhere. The fact that some dairies were models of cleanliness convinced the inspector that it was not necessary to have the faults mentioned in any of them. CATTLE RACK AND TROUGH in Arrangement by Which the Cattle Are Prevented from Throw ing Out Feed. The feed racks for my cattle are of 4xl-luch sawed shift (oak is best) for the legs ami cross pieces, writes a corre spondent, of Farn: und 1 Ionic. Put cross pieces 11 inches from top l.eps should be 3 feet inches long, Holt I'xllnch scantling round inside of ton making a solid frame, then floor and board up the sides and tight. The top rack may be made stationary or to lift off just as sails. It prevents the stock from throwing out the feed. The slats can be made of 1x0 or lxl. They should be about 2 feet apart and 3 feet long. CORDIAL INVITATION ADDRESSEDT0 WORKING GIRLS Miss Barrows Tells How Mrs. Pink, hfttn's Advice Helps Working Girls. raj I (oris who work are particularly susceptible to fe rn a 1 e disorders, especially those who toe obliged to stand on their feet from morn ing until night in stores or lacto ne V A it 3 and bbe is often the bread winner ot the family. Whether sho is sick or well, whether it ruin's or shines, she must get to her place of employment, perform the duties exacted of her smile and be agreeable. Among this class the symptoms of female diseases are early manifest by weak and aching backs, pain m the lower limbs and lower part of the stomach. Inconsequence of frequent wetting of the feet, periods become painfurand irregular, and frequently there are faint and dizzy spells, with loss of appetite, until life is a burden. All these symptoms point to a de rangement 'of the female organism which can bo easily and promptly cured by l.ydia. K. riukham's Vegeta ble Compound. Miss A buy l' Harrows. Xelsonville, Athens Co. .'('bio. tells what this great medicine did for her. She writes : Dear Mrs. I'inkham : "I fool it mv duty to tell you the good I.v.liu K. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound and blood l'lli'itior have done for inc. Before I took them las very nervous, had dull headaches, pains in bark, and periods were irregular. 1 liad been to several doctors, und thev did mo no good. ''Your iiicrtieiiie has mado me well and strong. 1 can do most any kind of work without complaint, und my periods are all ""Tnin in better health than I ever was, and I know it, is all dneto your remedies. I recommend your advice and medicine to idl who slider." It is to such pirls that Mrs. rink ham holds out a helping band and ex tends acordial invitation to correspond with Iter. She is daughter-in-law of l.ydia K. l'iiikham ntiil fur twenty-live years has been advising sick women free of charge. Her long record of success in treating woman's ills makes her letters of advice of untold value to every ailing working girl. Address, Mrs. rmkhaui, Iaiui, Mass. iCK m Positively cured Iry these J.iltle J'llls. Tlicy al.-o reUcvo Dis tress fran liyvpipMa, In digestion and Too Hearty A iBFto I Ealing. A perfect Ten S I V fctfi I c-Jy for UUztacr-i, Kimsca, Prow-lncrs, E..tl Tasto In tho Mouth, Coated Ton'-tin. Pain In tUo Stele, TOlil'lD LIVER. Tiiey rctfulato the Lords, purely Vegetable, SIMLLflLL SHtMSE. SStlffiltE. CARTERS Ok ITTLE CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Similo Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. SILENT WITNESSES Ths shoes we make have that per suasive inr;ufc,.ww coon tireir wearers that always brlnjs Iriem back for their new pair. This is especially true of our Figaro" Shoe Made in til ths latest styles and In the latest leathers. Built for men and women who dress well. 1 ''isMsa V .'...'A. A.. Retail S3.50-S4.0I) If your dealer- does not carry the "Figaro" Shoe--write to us; give us his narre and we will see that you are supplied, CARRUTHERS-JONES SHOE CO. MuMifMtwm MEMPHIS PATENTS tbrrS RACK FOR FAN-MILL SCREENS Convenient Place for Storing Attachments When Not in Use. IN OTHER LANDS. An electric railway will probably soon connect Moscow with at. Peters burg. In the insane asylums of Germany more than a thirii of the patients owe their loniiition to strong drink. Last year there were y:).211 millions matches sold in France, bringing into that nation's treasury $i"i,2lli,M0, this being a state monopoly. A man of SU, elected a judge for Frutigen, Switzerland, is to go through a university course in order to enable him to pass the cMimination required by law. A proposal to enact that no newspa per shall be edited, composed or print ed from Saturday midnight until sun rise on Monday Morning, has been negatived in 1 tie trench senate. Denmark holds the record among nations for thrif'Jness. Ilcr inhabit ants have, on an average, 10 'Is. apiece in the savings hanks; Knglisli people have only :! 2s. a head, j In Australian gold mines it is con sidered that ventilation becomes bad when tho proportion of oxygen falls below 2D per cent., or less than To cubic feet of air a minute Is supplied fur every man working in a mine. The city of Iiudon's chief inspector of weights and Measures reports that the weight of all loads of coal test ed last year was satisfactory, and th.at "in most cases the weiuht exceedr"! the amount specilie.l on the ticket." One of the labor parly's members ol the new house of commons lately re ceived from a constituent who thought he had a grievance to which the gov ernment slpuild give attention, a let ter of no less than l,"no closely-writ ten pages. The municipality of Orlaniuuilo ha just lKsr.fu a not no to the (-fleet that admittance to all cafes and public houses is heneoi.'ith to be denied v- all who do not pay their fixes witr.iu the legal limit of time. It is not a! together an innovation, for a some what sim'lar measure has been In force for a number of years in Switzer land, and has answered Its purpose ex cellently. BECOMINGLY DRESSED. ITo Mutter How Old, a Woman Should Be Careful of Personal Clean liness and Dress. To be well and becomingly dressed does not necessarily mean a large out lay of either time or money; neither does it call for the latest "creation-" of style or material. Often, the sim plest and most inexpensive materials, made up with regard to the suitable ness of stylo, color and fabric, adap tation to tho figure and to the age, are the most becoming and effective. A simple live-cent calico or lawn can be made into a very dressy und be coming garment, while a bit of lace or linen about the neck, and a touch of color at the throat, combined with dainty personal cleanliness, will make the plainest ot women attractive. Do not be in too big a hurry to "dress according to your age," for one will grow old fast enough, and it is just as well to hang on to a remnant of youth as long as one can, even if one has to resort to simple artilicial means to accomplish it. Personal cleanli ness is an adjunct to good looks above everything else, and a woman should give proper attention to this feature. It is all nonsense for a woman to claim that she is "too old," or too poor, or too overworked to care for her personal appearance. She should resolve not to grow old; not to be too poor to uso soap and water and a wash rag, or an emollient for tho cleansing of tho face, neck and hands, or for tho proper dressing of her hair. She should take, as her right, a few minutes every day In which to prop erly attend to her toilet, and learn to regard a pleasing personal appear ance as much of a necessity as tho getting up of the family meals. This duty she owes to herself. It is not so much what "others say" about us that should influence us; wo should approve of ourselves. Deny it as one may, a becomingly dressed woman irresistibly compels our atten tion and commands our respect, he she vomur or old. and neatness of person and apparel is a passport into refined society. Wo instinctively pay homage to a woman who respects herself. Moreover, "looks" have a moral and spiritual elfect upon one, and the woman who knows she is pleasant to look at feels pleasant, and pleasant, because in attracting ap proving attention irom others, sue feels respect for herself which noth ing but the assurance that she "looks well" can ever give her. 1 he Com moner. V'dWi IN OCEAN DEPTHS. as every rhis Model Has the Fashionable El bow Sleeves and Fashionable Silk Frills. This Is a new variety of the popular Empire jacket; it is suitable to he mado in fine face cloth to wear with :iny d ress, or may bo made of the ime material as the skirt to com plete a costume. The short bodice is slightly curved at the lower edge, and turns back with the A convenient rack for storing screens of fan mills and such ma chinery is shown In cut. It Is made js?c- of strips one inch square, which art solidly attached to the frames, which are of one-inch stuff. Mark the screens on the end and place upright, in some convenient location, where the wire will not get wet and rust. SAYINGS OF THE TOTS. DAIRY HINTS. The milking machine promises to be come quite a factor before long. A good row is worth more money than she brings in the market. Good breeding and good feeding will give an average weight of 1,000 pounds to a calf at 12 to 14 months old. The dairy business cannot be learned in one day, one month, or one year. There are tilings we must practice be fore we can learn them. For removing warts on a cow's teats a Me. reauer says to apply sweet oil two or three times daily, rubbing it In well, and the warts will soon disappear. A poor cow or calf can often be made to come up to the standard of the herd by a little extra care and attention at the beginning of the grass season. Cultivated Land for Trees. Land that has been cultivated for some years is better for all kinds of trees than land that is in its natural Btate or that has not been turned up for many years. Before the trees are planted the land should be again plowed as deeply as possible. Avoid Too Early Pasturage. Keep the beef calves upon dry feed for some time in the spring until the grass gets large and sweet. It does not pay to turn upon grass too early, as there Is not much strength in earjy grass. Weather Affects Milk Flow. I bave found that the weather has a lot to do with the flow of milk. Before a storm, my cows stop the flow of milk, An a barometer they cannot be sur passed. As soon as the Btorm comes the milk comes. Sometimes the storm may pass over; but it acts all the same. TboBipsob'i tit Water The movement agitated in the west for good Beed corn is but the beginning of a new era In farm lire, when gool seed of all kinds will prove a necessity. The best Is never too good Or seed. Farm Journal. Mamma, said little hthel, wr was looking at the pit cures in a Sunday school book, "how do the angels get their night go pus ou over their wings?" "I think papa and mamma likes the baby better than they do me," said four-year-old Flo.-sie to the visitor a iiae he lets cai do just as they please." 'lummy, said tile teacher, don t you know better than to talk aloud ia school '.'" "But what is a feller to do?" quer rlcd Tommy. "You said the other da I mustn't whisper." it was the roll ot distant tlnindei that caused little Margie to observe "They must bo (leaning house lu heaven to-day, mamma." "Why d.) you think so, dear?" asked her mother. "1 hear the angels mnvin' the turn ture around," replied Margie. His Own Business. This anecdote w is told by John Gra ham Brooks: "One of the brightest re plies l ever heard came from a lad In my neighliorhood, who was beir quizzed about, his lather's accomplish meats, and was asked: 'What does your father know, anyway?' There was no hesitation lu the answer: 'I don't believe he knows much of any thing except his own business; but he knows that TRANSFORMATIONS. Curious Eesults When Coffee Drink ing Is Abandoned. It Is almost as hard for an old coffee toper to quit the use of coffee as it Js for a whisky or tobacco fiend to break off, except that the coffee user can quit cot fee and take up Postum Food Coffee without any feeling of a loss of the morning beverage, for when Postum in well boiled and served with crenra, H is really better In point of flavor than most of tho coffee served nowadays. and to the taste of the connoisseur It Is like the flavor of fine Java. A great transformation takes place In the body within ten days or two weeks after coffee Is left off and Postum Food Coffee used, for the reason that the pol on to the nerves has been discontinued and In Its place is taken a liquid that contains the most powerful elements of nourishment. , It is easy to make this test and prove these statements by changing from cof fee to Postum Food Coffee, "liere'i a rtasoa." A NEAT EMPIRE JACKET. Some of the most beautiful tights are found in tho sea-the coral reefs and the sunken gardens, tilled with strange marine plants. Pome marine animals live only in the purest wa ter, others only in the foulest water; for every condition there Is a life to lit it. In all ocean basins, hills and ridges, as well as troughs and deep holes, oc cur, and the bottom is covered with tho skeletons of marine animals, changed by time into slime and stone. Some of the animals of the oe-an have no eyes, having no need of t,..ai; others have a hundred eyes. The lamest animal and the tiniest animal are found in the sea. In places the sea is .10,000 feet deep. Its aver- depth is over U'.O'lO leet. 'twice 24 hours the water rises ami Calls. At the entrance to tno nay of Kundy the rise at spring tide is no less than 70 feet. The natural power that controls the tide is a tremendous one. And the plant life in the ocean Is almost as remarkable as the animal life. Learned men have been study ing it for centuries and are only be ginning to understand it. If you want to be Interested as no novel can in terest you, procure a hook telling in a simple manner of the lifo In tho seas. There are plenty oi sucn iiuunti writtten for the people rather than for scientists. FLOATING FACTS. Bank of England notes cost a half penny apiece to produce. The Church of li'ngland has an in come of 1.1,000,niio a year. In the Indian ocean only 730 out of 10,300 islands un inhabited. in March l.Glii Japanese left the Hawaiian islands lor the Pacific coast. A watch taken to the top of Mount Blanc will gain 3b seconds iu 2i hours A ray of light could move eight times around tin globe between tho tick of a watch. ltain is never known to fall lu tho region between the first and second cataracts of tho Nile. Never in the history of parliament have tha lull numD-.r of members been present at one sluing. Wood intended to be mado Into pianos lequlres to be kept 40 years to be In perfect condition. It Is estimated that 80,000,000 worth of British treasure lies, sunk along the route Iron: Kngland to India There are more accidental deaths from drowning eery year in most countries than from any olhir eur.se. MATING GARB OF BIERS. The gnatcatche.- is a dull (browu bird, but In the spring his plumes turn a beautiful green. Thus i he warrior bird of Germany puts on lor tno inning season a rnft f many bright m.es, while the female ons a f:i;t of wiiile. The grebe's wending dress Is two talis ot brilliant b'ue leathers. Tney stand like horns upon his head. They inliai.ee his beauty greatly. I tie tire-weaver'.; wedding dress is tl:v. ta-iM splendid ot all. This bird, j sober fellow in the winter, wears, when Ue takes a v.if .', a dress ui bright red. BABY'S AWFUL HUMOR. Thin Skin Formed Over Body and Un der It Was Watery Blood-Curec in One Week by Cut ieur.i Remedies. -When my ' 'i'''''' thm wtvkuld -liel... j-'-,,; ' ; Ju'r'it k"1 'Tl'i I, , I il l !!. -I'-was watery 1 1 'J. '" . . ... . s- was wa.-lu'il a ""'" ' ' I , .,, in ih.it comlition ioi - ,.veivtlim-4 1 could tli.ni. oi did 'her any p 1. , '". . tllS Old t took. ll' I lo ,ctor. lull Hie eci om :,s not at lion. i .. ,.r i mi ,i ,-vi.m aii lloV.f Viliinil.i Ointment, and ....- Il.em. which 1 d..! in tane. .1,..,,, ilove times, and Hit fiule. and in one v ., 1 O 1, ,j ttc wen. i no o .. , i. in tl:e Iioinc, 5c IVvas. duly ;i, I-'OJ- STRAY STATISTICS. The average amount of sickness In .:, life is ten days P-r annum. Duly i.,-,to their oianitiiiu - - popula- . .. i . i ,, jw-itr t till ii ,,e coapio - ' i; , ..,,,. I WOl I II If t eelt braie tln-ir om... " on 1 Atrn- ::: ;:,6 while people and moil sec 1 to sy ami 1 irii'd ! bnl ihrtbms c was ii""' Anionic to uv u anted in v si-tcr .,1 lull a told me ; , 1 used 1 humor bi'L'an t lirlthil ! tioti of 1,1 ;0-i :t.1j negroes. ' vvuil- Kuropa has 107 people to the sire mile, Asn has hut IS. Africa 11. and Australasia one and one-hair. pining the lifetime ol a healthy hea che will lav from Ml lo .100 eggs. Her best laying cupa.'Ky is dumg her sec inlJ 0;"'- . . , tioo i-vance. out oi I'i'ij '," " In ars old, WASTED TOASHADCW; But Found a Cure After Fifteen Y of Suffering. tU A. II. Stotts, ntssenger at tha c,, Capitol, Columbus, C, says; sht- was soliu lemrnt'ii 1 think every n I'llti- ilia lieniedio Aaron, Jleutu 1 and nice. the s. II. to His Taste. vlicie tin' cli-'l lull It 'ie icty Milli ons lor Each "Did vmi ft.' i .r!.,i ..,-lKi,-v;iiie natriotic socl i.iav-.l for all Ihot-o who ha" not the tanie aucestiv as llieiiiselve.' "Well, flint's a unit ter ol tasle ,,o..i,u Ice tbcii' own 'e: a-ciptiiii; the Hinvuuan theory, but .V'i.im and Kve are ood cnoah tor inc. - Hall i UNI American. - - - The Other Way About. An American, ul.o had s"'"' "l0"" ,ime eatlu-ring money than m studying (.'lam inar, wiiile loachinn ill Kngland renvirkci to the driver: "I mi'I"o, co.iclim in, all them trees mowed out of llicin hedges. "Oli on sir," responded the coachman, "all 'of them hedges trowed out ot the trees." 'the moment a m-111 perceives that lie has been tie. .1 then lie befiiim '" '''l sheepish, show ing lunv si ruugly is the law of association ot ideas.- I'uck. - - (eirlickl Tea overcomes const ipaliim, sick headache, liver and kidney diseases. He hour patient: card houses are built in nn -cathedrals take celitui'ics. !"! are more tlian no e as against 73 in Kngland and 79 In tierniauy- It is stated that tl"rp are about "-, 000 miles of cable in all at the bot tom of the sea. Each mile costs about J 1,000 to lay. Preparing to Get Even. "Yes," he said, "1 wish to adopt a girl." "A little girl?" "No, a girl old enough to have en ergy and perseverance, and one who has" had enough experience with the piano to make her think she knows how to plav. And If she thinks sho cm sing, why, so much the better. I (ell you I am going to get even with the people iu the next flat, even if I have to adopt two musical prodigies." -Lippincott's Magazine. Reversing" It. The meek and lowly tramp mean dered up to tho old farm gale and asked for a raw turnip with which to appease his hunger. lint the horny-handed F.'.m of toil was onto his job, and all the hobo got was a turndown. Chicago Bally News. UrwikJ could not flr' iiau backiu-hes, headaches t bio urinary uers. one collapsed, heart dlJz, ana terrl. fllsor. (lay I fell i eonsiblo on the l!(hi and ,v wasted nway In bed for ten Wcek ftcr being given up, I begaa Donn's Kidney Pills. In a coupis i months I regained my old health md now weigh 1S8 pounds. Twely boxes did It, and I have beet. .,! two years." u Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a bot Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. -y ION Of Ml foi atooJ for the BESf during seventy ei of: Increasing joles. Itancinber thii whenoy wont wittr proof oiled cotdA suits.ho.ts. or horjt Joods for oil kinds of wet work, WE GUARANTEE EVERY CARHENT. jj A J TOWER CO.ft05TON.MASS Uji Tower cahadian co-Um. toicwo. ail ll A MOblSII WRAP. revers. The lower part of jacket Is tucked where it Joins the bodice; the fronts aro fastened by large bone but tons. The elbow sleeves are iinislted with turn-up cuffs and a ruffle of pleated silk. Materials required for tho jacket: Two anil three-quarters yards 48 Inches wide. A RAILROAD COMPLEXION. Practice of Hiding Back nnd Forth with Face Unprotected Damag ing to Good Looks. .vtercy, no; i nevor hother with a veil," she said. As she said It, she rubbed her handkerchief briskly over her face with the tip of one finsrer. And the kerchief came off black! Now. she thought, when she thoroughly scrubbed that face she would get all the dust and grime out of the pores, Hut -why get it in, in the first place? There Is no practice more damaging to good looks that the habit of riding back and forth on railway trains or through dusty city streets with the delicate skin of the face exposed to all intj Bum aim Hume in me air, says tne fntiadeiphia bulletin. Careful women never do it. They always wear, when traveling, a plain chiffon veil not one of fancy or lace or mesh mind you, but a c.ose-woven veil for real protection. This is tied over the hat, drawn snugly under the chin una fastened firmly to tho back of the hat, it nas a certain trim air, but the most important thing is the service it renders in saving the face from ac. quiring an unnecessary and appalling amount oi aire. ine complexion so protected will stay iresn. and clean many more years Particularly should the business worn- an who rides back and forth Into tha city daily adopt this precaution, lest she find herself the unhappy possessor ot "the roaa complexion." Automobile Novelty. Y.-. Ik. n..nMnKMA rui ma aiiLuuiuuuu wuman, com bination hood, scarf and veil. By pulf lng two Duttons it makes it Into straight scarf; by pulling two strings it is iransiormea into a nood With veil, which ties under the chin to fas ten tne veil. The Eyebrows. Olive oil may be used on the eve brows, and it Is said to encourage the growm. uii snouiu, nowover, never be applied to the eyelashes, us it is apt to mume tne eyes. Eow -to Use Drains. A head man in a manufactory was atiliiiig a drayman turning at a ':.vy ease one day. The drayman's ice w;:s red. and the muscles ot his ck were bulging. The ovcrsetr, '.; a writer iu the lialtiniore Hun, "oielit it was the right moment to her practical assistance. "Walt a'miiuite there," lie said. "Let iie show you how easy It is when you e a little brain with your muscle." nd he grabbed a hook, struck it into the case, gave a yank, and went lawliiig into the gutter under tin; Clay, lie cot no, looked at the hook. i said: "Confound it, ihe handle tomes off!" Yes, sir," said the drayman, re- Mtclfiilly. "My brain told me that. i I didn't, use it." One on the Doctors. The Huston Herald tells a story of t physician of Salem, .Mass., who. talking to a group of friends, said: "I wanted , ,B a soldier, hut my parents persuaded me to study medicine." "Oh, well," rejoined one of the party, such is lite. Many a man with wholesale aspirations Ii.ih to content lnjurelf with retail businesB." . Can't Hold On. "Are"you fond of yachting. Jlis Clrciy?" "Oli, yes! At the very thought of tho inspiring breeze, the straining sail, the rceliing- water, I can hardly contain my self." "V -yea Hint's the way it affects mc." Cleveland Leader. A Harmless laxative. If you must take n laxative, lake a harm less one. Lax-Fos docs not gripe, therefore, docs not irritate. Irritation is what docs the Inn in. I'l ice 50 cents. A successful life is one that rounds up with a feeling of thankfulness for the things it has missed. Complexion bad? Tongue coated? Liver deranged? Take Garfield Tea. Always be sure you are right, and you Will make lota of enemies. Don't Poison Baby. FOIITY TEAKS AGO almost every mother thought her child must havo PAREGORIC or laudanum to mako it sleep. Theso drugs will produce sleep, and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce tho SLEEP PROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who havo been killed or whose health has hecn ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling them " poison." The definition of " narcotic " is : "A medicine which relieves pain and produces sleep, hu t ivh ich in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, con vul sions and death." Thotaste andsmell of medicines containing opium are disguised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups," etc. You should not permit any medicine to bo given to your children without you or your physician know of what it is composed. CAST0RIA DOES NOT CON TAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas. H. Eetcher. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. SI. Fletcher. m$mm 1 ( -l: -. j i, ' -- ' 11 :LJ i Ll L-l It AeficliiblcPrcpnrntionforAs similatiug ihc Too J andllcg tila lintj llic Stomachs arid Bowels of Promotes Difestion.Clieerrul rtoss and Rcsi.Conlains neither Opium.Morpliinc nor Mineral. IS"OT?iAUCOTIC. JiMli S.illS Ji-iffrmint -' i'ttftMialvSjJa ft'imi .liW -ffrafird Stifur itmli'ijirm I'lavur. Aperlcr! RoiueuV rorronsllpn linn, Sour Slomar h.Iliiiirlioea Worms .Convulsionsleverish ness andLoss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Dr. J. W. Dinsdulo, of Chicago, 111., Bays: "I uso your Castoria anJ advlso its uso In all families where tUero aro children." Dr. Alexander E. Mintie, of Cleveland, Ohio, Bays: "I have frequently prescribed your Castoria and havo found it a reliable and pleasant rem edy for children." Dr. J. S. Alexander, of Omaha, Neb., eays: "A medicine bo valuable anil beneficial for children as your Castoria la, deserves the highest praise. 1 had It In use everywhere." s Dr. J. A. McClcllan, of Buffalo, N. Bays: "I have frequently prescribe! your Castoria for children and always got good results. In fact I usa Castoria for my own children." Dr. J. W. Allen, of St. Louis, Mo., Bays: "I heartily endorse your Cas toria. I havo frequently prescribed It In my medical practice, and cava always found It to do all that Is claimed for It" Dr. C. II. Glldden, of St. Taul, Minn., Bays: "My experience as a prac titioner with your Castoria has been highly satisfactory, and I consider It an excellent remedy for tho young." Dr. II. D. Bcnner, of Philadelphia, Ta., says: "I have used your Cas toria as a purgative In the cases of children for years past with tho most happy effect, and fully endorse It as a safo remedy." Dr. J. A. Boarman, of Kansas City, Mo., Bays: "Your Castoria Is a splen did remedy for children, known the world over. I use It in my practice and have no hesitancy In recommending it for the complaints of Infanta and children." Dr. J. J. Macltey, of Brooklyn, N. T., Bays: "I consider your Castoria an excellent preparation for children, heing composed of reliable medicines and pleasant to the taste. A good remedy for all disturbances of tha digestive organs." CENUIHE ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bougtt In Use For Over 30 Years. TNI OCNTAUR OOMMNT, TT HUH MAY TRItT, HKW CITY- I GAVE CARDUI to my wife, with great benefit," writes Dr. O. P. Walker, of Motz, Ark., "and unhesitatingly endorse it as all that its makers claim. I have used it lately in two very obstinate cases of amenorrhea (scanty flow) in young girls, one of habitual miscarriage and one of sterility all with the happiest results. I am, as most doctors are, slow to recommend patent medicines, but Cardui ac- t-umpusnes resuus, ana so I use it." Good for peri odical pain, and other female trouble. Try it. Sold by all Druggists Seasonable Hour. Stern Parent YVhut tiino did that young man leave? Pretty Daughter Just when vou Rot home I roin the lodge, ma returned from lmr nriditc party ajnl liriiluet came back fiom her night out. X. V. Sun. - Not Go Stinrry. Klic Did you ever iicur the eagle scream He No. I never hang on lo a dollar thai tight. Detroit Vice Press. You Don't Have to Wait. Every done makes you feel better. Lax Fos keeps vniir whole iiwide right. Not one gripe in a full bottle. Sold on the money back plan everywhere. Price 51) cents. A man may flirt with all the girl some -of the time or some of the girls all the time, but no man has a right to flirt with all the girls all the time. Chicago Daily New. .Write Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. Y for package liariield Tea., the herb cure. Lots of m bow to-the inevitable with out a formal introduction. , Gcnhu is Mldoin bothered with book keeping. Life. 1E (Mill OF IntlraU U -j4 A Positive CURE FOR CATARRH Eli's Cram Balm is quickly absorbed. Civet Relief at Once. 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