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SEP GREW The Story UTirfArr famf Sapollo got a mora j enthusiastic welcome in homes where JOapolitt was an old and tried friend, I or where It was a stranger, In a ques- j tlon. Where women hud come to rely . on Sapollo for rapid, thorough clean ing In every part of the house except 4be laundry, they commenced without j afoss of time, to a all of thli new prize. MJrubby little hands, and stained, work' worn older ones, whitened, softened, and smoothed out as If by magic, cal lous spots disappeared, and com flexions cleared. Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrub tlog up process, because It became a ehtro JwJtlk pleasure. It freshened up the bands mfter dlsh-washlng, removing the most Hsairreeable feature of that necessary ' Mask. It was found to keep delicate taby skins from chafing better than calvo or powder, and the crowning Inofe In the song of delight came when an adult member of the family used It tin a full bath, and realized th.-.t a Turkish linth at a co'-t of one dollar was outdone by a small fraction of the little, ten-cent, i clvely cake. Hut, strange though It may seem, there were people w ho had not learned tto prize Sapollo. To these the adver tising of Hand Sapollo tame as a surprise. Sopot io, a scouring soap, adapted for the hands, the face, the general toilet? Impossible, It nould be horrid. Who ever heard of such a use? Finally a bold shopper carried ,home a cake. Does It look like kit- chen Sapollo? o one Is sure, and a cake of that Is bought, and comparison ; made, ftehold a family using both the ' Sapollos for every conceivable pur-, pose, and comparing notes I After j easily and quickly cleansing a greasy . pan with Sapollo, Jane thought the ' other would bo gritty, and was aston- 1 Ished at the smooth, dainty lather, j Another was certain it would hart'et the bands and could scarcely realize I bow soft and "comfy " they felt attet the washing. Then began the excitement of adven ture; what would the new soap A'07 do? A girl tried a shampoo. Het balr, pretty, soft and silky "went up" perfectly, with none of the unmanage- J ableness that generally e xists for a tub j week after the usual process. A man . used the delightful lather for shaving, and felt no need for cold cream after wards. A pimply face was treated to a dally bath Ing with the full suds, and promptly be- came clear. Tartar on the teeth yielded to It, ana teat that WHY TAKE DAINTY CARE of your mouth and neglect your pores, the myriad mouths of your skin ? Hand Sapolio does not gloss them over, or chemically dissolve their health-giving oils, yet clears them thoroughly by a method of its OWO. bad a tend a r d a eocy to hardening of the akin regained their natural condi tion, till another family bad Joined the chorus of friendly acclaim. And so It a everywhere, those who know the "elder brother" welcome tha new comer, for the sake of the first known. and those who meet both for tha first time are plunged Into a whimsical TIIE FIRST STrP .way M from arif-rripe, I a , (, I care lu Mtxinal c Irani! 1 I nan i ha flral mot a la 1 I balldlny up a proper prlita I I la man. woaina. or child I I la a vlilt to Hi hnllitub. I 1 "U cau't ba haallhr, of I 1 pratly, at avrn d'xid. n. I laaa u -r tlrnn. I'aa II A. NO .SAPOLIO. It I THE DISTRICT SCHOOL Of SPOTLESS TOWN CLASS HI ALGEBRA Let hnn.ewife equal X plti. K ; JC K L t V. the hikk for S;ihIhi Ir ; U l..r nit t Irt minus X . hud : I nrn i uicv ntnt-l m il M. The X ntitl milium X dropout ( Aa snv.'iie cm n ,re fin e.-iiht ) A'nJ Irave w hut tlitint the hnuaewife please I'll liappy symbol we oil es. worry as to which they could better spare If they had to make a choice. TRY HAND SAPOLIO. Its steady use will kerp the hand t( any busy woman as white, un t.inncd and pretty at If she al tinder the constant rare of a city manicure. It is truly " The Dainty Woman's Friend," in the suburbs or on the farm. Tboe ugly dark brown streaks en the neck, anting from light collars, and the line where the unburn stops, can be wiped out by the velvety lather of INnd S a folio. It Is, Indeed. "The Dainty Woman's Friend,1' Perserverance. When l.owry Parker was a babe A human randy stick She soon found out the way to get A thins was Ju.st to Klik. And when hor little appetite Got hungry la 1 lie nirht. Why, I-owry simply ruined a kick Until biie won the fight. i And when she prrw to be a girl Sin- pave herself n strat IJy i;cilii;; fur a thance to lcara Tiie airy daticins arc. 'Hie stau. lights now arc shlnnin.j brlcht Upon the graceful c'f. Shu ilo.s the liU'u fulnolln' steps A whole show by licrself. A. U. Mayfleld, In Denver News, No Milk In Frosted Feed. It Is a positive fact that If yon feed a cow a certain amount of bay and grain from the barn and let her out in the middle of the day Into field where there is a lot of frozen grass. "he will like It and will fill up on it J"st as full as she can get. but will P've 1-ss milk than she would on just the same amount of feed from the hern without going out and filling up with this "old fog," as wo call It. It is a positive injury to them. So 1 s.iy. Just as soon an your feed is lulled bv 1ho frost, and It doesn't make, any difference what time of the j ear or what season it Is, you had betti-r put your cows in the barn and l.i" p them tin re and feed them from the barn. Life cn the Water. J On a! I tho rn il lakes of China nro 1 found f liutiti'-' i. -lands, which are enor- 1 inoi.-i i.il'iii of bamboo, overlaid with i iai:h, and upholding above the stir-' f u'"' id tiie water pretty houses and ! t-.ii .1. ns. They are, In fact, aquatic j farms, beai in:; crops of rice and veg- ' 'table:, l.uge sails being attached to ! lli dwelling hon.'-e as well as to each ! i hi net- of tie. I..l-im whelievrr it is debited to move about. After gath ering a crop of grain or garden truck from the surface of the lake, the float iarmer casts bis net into the water and (mill their depths brings up a supply of fish for his family. Odors of the Mountains. If you notice n strong spicy and "woodsy" odor about hiiv woman these days, do not imagine that she has adopieil a in".- pi i fume. R Is balsam l bat you sun. II. fur the lady has Ju.st illumed from the Adlrondacks and brought, with for a balsam pillow ns a souvenir of her stay in the moun tains, (if course s'.hj jjaiuir.ed thr pillow i tit o a corner of her trunk when she packed up to come home, and equally, of course, the strong smell or balsam permeated every thing. It Is as much a mark of the re; .1 in i :i -c vacationist as is tho coat of tan. New York Tress. In Crimean Times. In Crimean times (says the "Tat tler") the Highland regiments were so full of Ilibc-rlans that many stories en current exploiting the fact. One gallant Scottish colonel, it was said, resolved to take the sense of the reg iment on the vital question of adopt ing ibo plaid as an essential part of Die uniform. When tho orderly came to report the result, the colonel was sraiidali.ed to find that only two of his men favored the suggestion, "And who aro there two gallant Highland ers?" he asked. "Ooch!" replied the orderly, "sure It's Corporal O'Urlen an' I'rivate O'Callaghan, sorr!" No Wonder. C.ray Terrible storm we had last evening, wasn't it? Thundered loud enough to wake the dead. Smith So? 1 didn't hear It. Gray Didn't hear It! Why, man, where were you? Smith At home. An old school mate of my wife that she hadn't seen for years spent the evening at our house. Chicago News. Information Wanted. "Jane," said the mistress to the new girl, "you must not forget to put the mackerel to soak for breakfast." "All right, mum," replied Jane, What pawnbroker, kin I soak 'enj with, mum?" Dotroit Tribune. Lord Mayor of London. Walter vauglian Morgan, the new lord mayor of London, is a sepluagen rlan, a banker and a bachelor. He was educated at the Itluecoat school and is a prominent Free Mason. The application of a little kerosene oil Is given as a good remedy for mos qulto bites, bee stings, corn worm and thacco worm, stings. MAKING THE WINDMILL SECURE Precautions to Prevent Violent Strain on Barn Frame. A heatr steel tower and windmill built on n burn frame makes a con sldcrablo weight for the timbers to bear. It Is well to have the tower so thoroughly braced as to be perfectly rigid. Three IwlKted wire rabies can bo used for guys to run from the top of the tower to heavy anchor posts set deeply in the ground. These Riiys will keep the tower rigidly In position and prevent any strain on the barn frame in a violent windstorm. The sketch and the following de scription will fully explain: Two of the tower corner posts (E) rest on the main cross beam. The other two (K) rest upon the purlin, shown at C. The vertical shaft runs down alongside the purlin to the beam at A. The bevel foot pear Is located hero, and this runs the horizontal shnft. The vertical Rhaft Is of cold rolled spring steel, one Inch In diameter. The line sharing Is of the same material, one mid one-half Inches in diameter, and runs through three adjustable hangers. Wood split pulleys of prop er diameter and face are adjusted op the shafting to run the machinery bo low. Shafting, pulleys and belting are perfectly adjusted, so that there is the least possible friction. This Is essen tial, and causes trouble In many cases unless corrected by an expert machin ist. The illustration shows how the ele vated grain runs down into the grind er hopper (II) and the ground feed into the bins below. The elevator (D) may be used either to fill lings on the platform (III or to carry ground feed to the bin below. Pigeon Loft. 1 wish to build a pigeon loft of the following dimensions: 12 ft. long, 8 ft. wide, 9 ft. high at tho front nnd 6 ft. high at the back. Uprights and rafters are to be .'i ft. apart, the floor to be double and the roof and sides to be papered. What amount of lumber and paper will be required? The material required for pigeon loft would In as follows: 4 pieces 2 ft. x C ft. x 12 ins. joists. 2 pieces 2 ft. X ti ft. X 8 ins. sills. II pb-res 2 ft. x 4 ft. x !t Ins. studs. 7 pieces 2 ft. x 4 ft. x t ins. studs. ,ri pieces 2 ft. x 4 ft. x !' Ins. rnfters. 4 pieces 2 ft. x 4 ft. x 12 ins. plates. Sun feet flooring. 1 u feet roof boards. nr.il feet matched siding. 7 rolls sheathing paper. 1 square cement rooting. To cell inside would require 475 feet matched celling. Fifty pounds of 3-inch wire nails and twelve pouuds of 4-inch would do the job. Building a Porch, What size should the foundation of a porch be for a house 2BlxPi4? Is it necessary to dig a foundation below the frost line, for tho floor of a porch? How much cement will it require, the floor being two feet above ground? The size of porch for n house as mentioned Is governed by conditions, nnd Burnrundintis. Ask the advice of a carpenter. The foundations should go down in ground deep enough to prevent the frost heaving them. The oncrele for walls of porch Is mixed eight parts gravel to one part Portland cement, nnd the floors are laid lu two coats. The first coat from two to three Inches thick is mixed with six of grav el to one part cement and the top coats two parts coarse sand to one part cement. One barrel of Portland cement will build forty cubic feet ol wall when mixed eight parts gravel, and stone fillers are used. A barrel of cement will lay eighty square feet of door as described above. Stone Wall for Barn. How many tons of stone would be required to build wall under a barn 40 feet long and 8 feet high? About how many barrels of lime will be re quired? How many barrels of ce ment would be required for the same wall to make It of stones and gravel? The stone wall 1 ft. C In. thick would ake 4 cords of stone (128 cubic feet to the cord) equal to about 28 tons weight, five yards of sand nnd bushels of lime. For the concrete wall for same one foot thick It would take of Portland cement 8 barrels, gravel 10 yards, stone fillers 3 yards. Concrete, should be mixed eight parts gravel to one part Portland cement. Removing Partition in Mow. A hay mow 23 ft. by 21 ft. Is divided by a partition Into two small mows 21 ft. by H'j ft. How much more hay would It hold with tho partition removed? By removing the center partition In hay mow, you would be able to get In about two tons of hay as this par tition prevents the hny from settling in center of mow and If removed there would bo a great pressure on center of mow, thus the difference In the quan tity of hay that could be stored, la tsow. HIS EDITORIAL WEAPON. An editor sweat nnd fumed and awore As he searched the office o'er and o'er For his trenchant weapon of steel. Some thief had entered hla den that night And stole his Instrument of might, And niayhup pawned It for & meal. He cried aloud In aore dismay: "A hundred plunks I'll give today To he who brlnga my weapon home!" And every man who heard the bribe Searched himself and kindred tribe, And d'jg his aleulhy Sherlock dome. They brought a hundred pens to him, And carried pencils old and grim. But none appeased bis gravest fears. rttit by ar.d by the office boy. With heart o'erflowcd with hope and Joy, BrcuRht to light the long lost shenrs. A. U. Mayfleld, In Denver News. "Acetylene Jones. See his advertisement In this paper and write him to-day for free booklet. Time Would Have Allayed Suspicion. Madam Gossip compelled a dear young bride of three months, at Greeley, Colo., to show her marriage certificate before the naughty old ton gue would cease to wag. The wed ding had been kept a secret. Had gossip kept It hands off until the honeymoon wore off the contract might have been kept a secret for years without suspicion of undue at tention being paid each other. Den ver News. Bequeaths Money and Anatomy. General Isaac J. Wlstar, founder and patron of tho Wistar Institute of anatomy and biology at tho University of Pennsylvania, who died, not only leaves the greater part of his estate of $2,000,000 to thut Institution, but also bequeaths to It his right arm and brain to aid the cause of anatomical research. Absentmindedness. An abscntminded aeronaut in Mas sachusetts discovered that he had left his money wrench on the ground, after he had gone Into the air 900 feet, and started to walk back for It, when he stepped on a cloud with a hole in It and fell so as to WTench one of bis ankles. Denver News. An Honest Opinion. Mineral. Idaho, Oct. ICth. (Spe cial. ) That a sure cure has been dis covered for those sciatic rains that make so many lives miserable is the firm opinion of Mr. I). S. Colson. a well-known resident of this place, and he does not. hesitate to say that cure Is Dodd's Kidney Pills. Tho reason Mr. Colson Is so firm In his opinion is that he had those terrible pains and Is cured. Speaking of the matter he says: "I nm only too happy to say Dodd's Kidney Pills have done me lots of good. I had awful pains In my hip so I could hardly walk. Dodd's Kidney Pills stopped it entirely. I think they are a grand medicine." All Sciatic and Rheumatic pains are rauspu by Uric Acid In the blood. Dodd's Kidney Pills make healthy kid neys and healthy kidneys strain all the Uric Acid out of the blood. With the causo removed there can be no Rheumatism or Sciatica. He Surrounded It. During the war a' soldier who took part in a foraging- expedition found a bottle of whisky, and proceeded forth with to console himself for the hard ships he had endured during the cam palgn. On returning to camp, he was placed in the guardhouse, and his condition reported to the captain "How did ho get Into that condition?" asked the captain. "He captured e bottle of whisky." How did he man age to do that?" "I am not sure, sir," said the sergeant, "but I thluk he surrounded it." rsE THE FAMOCS Rf-rt rros Hull lllue. iMrise i nt. vnrMarn S ceutg. The l(us Company. hou.D uund, ma. Was the Punishment Merited? There are people who do not be Ueve Antone Woode merited the pun lshment Imposed upon him by decree of the board of pardons, In compell ing him to live under the philosophy of Elbert Hubbard two years. Tbey say it Is no wonder he wants to go back to prison or poln the Salvation Army. Denver News. Acetylene Gas. All country people will be interest ed In reading about It in another part of this paper. Another World Investigator. Clifford W. Barnes, general secre tary of the Religious Education Asso- inttnn. of Chicago, is to be sent ntiroari hv thn organization to invest! gate religions and ethical education in Europe. mn. ninaww m - - -r- orrhlimaa taaUilnf. auft.nl lha ura., rduo t. . ... iMtiiiiia Ivtm. Baniuiuoa.aiijaiin. " Tell me what aman eats, and I will tell you what horsepower Is his atom ach. HE ATTENDS TO BUSINESS who toes straight to work to cure Hurts.Sprains.Bruises by the use of Tked, Nezvous Mothers MaKo Unhappy Homes Both Husband and Children How Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well. rail III! "a. j Mrs. CAester Curry A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care for children ; it ruins a child's dispoM tion and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female weak ness, and she is entirely nnfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that govern ing children involves; it is impossible for hirrto do anything calmly. J lie ills of women act like a firebrand upon the nerves, consequently nine teuths of the nervous prostration, ner vous despondency, "the blues." sleep lessness, and nervous irritability of women arise from some deramrcment ofthe female organism. Do you experience tits of depression with restlessness, alternating with extreme irritability? Are your spirits easily affected, ro tbrit one minute you laugh, and the next i-inuie yon feel like crying ? Do you feel something like a ball ris ing in your throat and threatening to choke vou ; all the senses perverted. morbidly sensitive to lifrht and sound ; pain in the ovaries, and especially between the shoulders; beariug down pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost continually cross and snappy? If so, your nerves are in a shattered condition, and vou are threatened with nervons prostration. I roof is monumental that nothing in the world is better for nervous prostra tion than Lydia I-.. I'lnkliatiiH vege table Compound ; thousands and thou sands of women test ify to tins fact. Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Advice A Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills. W. L. Douglas S&'SSHOES W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cllt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. .lBIS(4j 111 July. tin. .DauoLMM atatrra aito SFLL8 more mem' an. an shoem tham AMY OTHER MANUFACTURER. 1 1 M nnfl REWARD to myon whs CM $IUUUU disprova this ititmnt. W. L. Dnuirlat SJ.sn ahoea have bv their e cetlent atyle. eaay titling, and aurerlor wearing qualitle. achieved the largeat Hale of any S.'.SO anoe in I ne world. 1 ney are luat aa good aa thnae that coat vou $5.00 to f 7.00 the only dlllerencc Is the price. II I could take you Into my lactory at Brockton, Mm., the lareest In the world under one roof making men's line alines, and how you the care with which every pair of Douglas anneal made, vou would reallre why W. L. Iiouolas $.t.SO shoe are the best shoes produce.! In the world. II I could show you the dlilerenre between the shoes made In mv lactory and those ol other makes, you would understand why Douelas $3.90 ehoee coit more to make, why they hold their shape, lit better, wear longer, and are of greater Intrinsic value than any other S3. SO shoe on the market to-day. IK L. Oouplnm strong Mmdm Whoma far Mmn. an. AO. 02.OO. Bttym' School Oroaa &hoom,2.50,2, $1.1 6,01.60 CAUTION. Insist upon having W.,.Iniig. las ah.H-ii. l':ike nn aiih.tltut. None genuine without hi. Hume anil pi toe stumped un buttotn. WANTKI1. A alios dnalrr in er-ry town where W. b. Ifcuiulua SImhh arn not snlil. Full lili of Samples Hunt free for liupei'ti'm upon request. Fait Color Eteteta umdt thty will not war ornsffy. Writ for llliiatrnted Catalog of Full Htlg W. I IMH ;LAa, Urocktou, Mass. FOR WOMEN ..I. in. Mnilla, a livuuimi ...... ... ywH..n. w 'aaaraamsa' ' a their sex, used a a douche Is aurveloasly ssc- cettlnl. THOlougDjycieaJl.es, cms aiaesas genua, stop discharges, heals iotUauaatloa aal local Vntine Is in powder form to be dissolved In pare water, and is lar mora cleansing, healing, gerautKUl and aco nomical than liquid sniiaeptics lor all TOILET AND WOMEN- SPECIAL USES For sals st druggi-is, 40 cents a bos. Trial Baa and Book of Instructions Pre, tea n. raxTesi commn oston, Mae. DEFIANCE Gold Water Starch make laundry work a pleasure. 10 os. pkg. luo. DEFIANCE STARCH ji. j" MrTESftXTTaVi.. 1 t? Their Condition Irritates 9r xr'- ."N.xj'aCr ' ... . , g j4rsChas.Krowri Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of th Ladies' Symphony Orchestra, 43 Sara toga Street, East Boston, Mass., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: "For eight year I was troubled with ex treme nervousness and hysteria, brought cm by Irregularities. I could neither enioy life nor sleep nights; I was very irritable, nervous and dea)Kndent. " Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recommended and proved to be vbe only remedy that belppd me. 1 have daily improved in health until I am now strung and well, and all nurvousuet has disap peared." Mrs. Charles F. Brown, Vice-President of the Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace. Hot Springs. Ark., writes : bear Sirs. Pinkham: " I dragged through nine yearsof miserable exuttpnee. worn out with pain and nervoua trna, until it aoetm-d as though I should By. I then notined a statement 'of a woman trou bled as I was, and the wonderful remits the derived from Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Comfiouiid. I derided to try it. I did no, and at the end of three month I was a different woman. My nervousness wai all gone. I waa no longer irritable, and my husband fell in love with me all over again." Women should remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicine that holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of female ills, and take no substitute. Free Advice to Women. Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn, Mass., invites all sick women to write toher foradvlee. Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience with female troubles enables her to tell you just whet is best for you, and she will charge you nothing for her advice. As a safe-guard for good work manship and fabric, you should insist on getting the SCHWAB label, as shown above, in your next Suit or Overcoat. It's your guide and guarantee that every, thing ii right. Writ foe style book It's free. Schwab Oothing Co. Makers of Honest Clothes ST. LOUIS, MO. MEN WHO MAKE MONEV oo fruit spray with ' THE HARD1E SPRAY PUMP Agents wanted everywhere. A postal will bring our proposition. THE HOOK-HARDIE CO. Bos 19 ii Hudson, Mtoh, St Jacobs Oil and saves time, money and gets out of misery quickly. Prtoa. 3Se. and SOo.