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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. In cases where it is almost impos sible fur a patient to take food lie will often take enough without trouble if actually leal by another person. A layer of sliced onions placed on the top of a roast of beef and allowed to cook there will give a delicious flavor to the meat, while tie ir dis tioeine llaver will not In- noticeable. i tie dust cloth for any room should he slightly sprinkled before using and should be washed anil dried after every dusting operation, Ilirty dust cloths do more liarm than good in cleaning a room. The l>est way to egg pastry is to turn the whole white of an egg over it, allowing it to pass over every por tion, then turniug it offi When the white of an egg is used in this way the white will be sufficient to egg .hree or four pies. In baking all pies where the con tents are liable to soak into the uiuler crust, such as lemon, custard or pumpkin pie, it is better to put 011 the lower crust first and hake it half done, and then add the custard or other soft filling. Cream vegetable soups should be accompanied with squares of toasted bread, oyster and clam soups with pickles and crackers, croutons should be served with purees; with gumbo boiled rice is the accompaniment. Class stoppers in bottles may easily he removed when they have become fixed by pouring hot water over the neck of the bottle. The heat causes the glass to expand and it tlieu being considerably larger than the stopper the latter can be easilv withdrawn. Clean gilt furniture with a sifted whiting made into a eream with alco hol. Cover a small space at a time and rub oil' before it hardens. If a spot sticks, (ouch it very lightly with clear alcohol. If there is much dirt or deep tarnish, wash quickly with borax soapsuds, wipe dry then cover with the wet whiting and let it dry. The eyes often are injured in in fancy by being exposed to too much light. The child should not be held or allowed to sleep with the light from window, lamp or gas shining upon its face. The old-fashioned cr idle, with its hood, was far more e-nsible than the modern cribs and bassinets that aflord no protection trom either glare or draught. Wash willow and wicker, in the natural finish, with a scrubbing brush and plenty of warm borax soapsuds and dry quickly—in the sun if pos sible. But first dust thoroughly and look after stains and splotches. Dry clean varnish or enameled wicker by rubbing it hard with a swab of pre pared cbalk and very fine hardwood sawdust, tied tight in a square of cheesecloth. When the cloth gets dirty put its contents into a fresh piece. To wash an eiderdown quilt, make a good lather of soap jelly (boiled soap) and warm water, and add to it a little borax or ammonia. Into this put the quilt and knead it about; re peat the process in fresh suds if very soiled. Then rinse all the soap out with two or three changes of water, shake and hang out to dry. During the drying and afterward shake the quilt well and it will be as full look ing and soft as when new. A physician gives the following hints regarding proper sleeping rooms for the children: The sunniest and best room in the house is not for the child. The aparrment should be ventilated during the night as well as the day. A sick child should never occupy an inside room. Fresh air is a prime ne cessity. Gas stoves consume the air required by the child, and are not advisable in a sleeping room. No sweeping should be done while the children are in the room. If, how ever, because of sickness, this is neces sary, dust the furniture and floor with a moist cloth and use a carpet sweeper instead of a broom. In the nursery medicine cupboard, which ought to be kept religiously locked, keep witch hazel for bumpe and bruises, wine of ipecac for croupy nights and a bottle of lime water and oil for burns or scalds. For colds and hoarseness prepare a half-pound jar of lard and turpentine. Mix these in equal quantities and melt over hot water. It will thicken, but a table spoonful can be heated in a few min utes at any time and rubbed on a child's chest, back, neck, and the soles of bis feet. A box of mustard has a place in the nursery medicine cup board for hurried mustard plasters, a bottle of vinegar for bruises, a pack age of absorbent cotton, a roll of bandages from half an inch to an inch and a half wide, tincture of iodine for chilblains, ginger or peppermint water for colic, chlorate of potash for sore throats, oil of cloves for toothache and a roll of surgeon's adhesive plaster for cuts. It is a good plan for a mother to ask the advice of her doc tor about simple home remedies. Save the Tin Cans. Save the pound tins in which bak ing powder comes and use them to steam brown bread and any kind of steamed pudding, allowing less time for cooking than when the bread or pudding is steamed in one portion— about one hour and a half f6r bread and two hours for suet puddings. Any kind of cooked cereal or Indian mush may be packed into one of these tins, wet with cold water. When the cer eal is cold slice it into half-inch rounds and fry them in salt pork fat. Serve hot with maple syrup. MODERN MISERS. Men Who Starve Themselves to Accumulate Money. Thorp is a certain fearful fascination about the stories of the misers of the past The money they accumulated was of no more practical value to them than the trinkets stolen and secreted by some magpie or jackdaw. They hid it from the sight and use of men and in silence and secret gloated over the useless wealth. To gather it they lived on crusts or offal, grudged clothes to cover them and lire to warm them, lived starved lives and in not a few cases died of starvation. That was the old-time miser. The modern miser resembles this man of the past in the particular that he frequently dies of starvation In his eagerness to gather money he pays small heed to the claims of health. He eats anything, anyhow, anywhen, and anywhere. He doesn't eat crusts by any means nor spare his purse to fill his stomach. The mistake he makes is in thinking that when a man has filled his stomach, that is the end of the busi ness of feeding. Instead of being the end of feeding it's only the beginning. There is no value in food unless it is digested, converted into nutrition and assimilated. These processes depend upon the healthfulness of the stomach and the other organs of digestion and nutrition. When these organs are dis eased they cannot extract the nutrition from the food received into the stomach and the body becomes weak through lack of nourishment. One day this "weakness" begins to find a special de velopment in some chief organ, heart, liver, lnngs, kidneys, etc., to which the man succumbs. The doctor's certificate reads "heart disease," "kidney disease," as the case may be. But the real" reading of the certificate should be: STARVED TO DEATH. The truth of this statement is appar ent. The body is sustained by food digested and assimilated. But the body is made up of its parts and organs, and when the stomach is "weak," digestion imperfect, and the nutrition extracted from food inadequate to the needs of the body, the result is shared by every part and organ of the body. For this reason no man is stronger than his stomach, and no organ sustained by the stomach can be stronger than the stomach. Therefore when we hear of "weak" stomach we are pretty sure we are going to hear in time of " weak " heart," weak" lungs, "weak" kidneys, or weakness of some other organ of the body dependent on the stomach and its associated organs of digestion and nutrition. Now these things being true when a jan has heart" trouble," liver "trouble," Chili Sauce. Twelve large tomatoes, or two cans. Three large onions. Three small red peppers. Six tablespoons brown sugar. One and a half tablespoons of salt. Two cups vinegar. One teaspoon each of ginger, cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon. Boil until done, or to suit your tSßte. Present Efficiency of Russian Army. Pearson's Magazine. An idea of the present efficiency of the Bussian army may be gained from the recent Bnssian conquest of Man churia, which was effected almost en tirely by Siberian troops, the troops at borne having been left practically un touched. In this campaign Russia swiftly and secretly massed 150,000 efficient troops on the Manchurian frontier, thous ands of miles from Hurope, without any special effort. According to the latest returns for 1091, the statistics for the Russian army are as follows, on peace fooling: Infantry—9oo battalions of foot, or 450,000 bayonets. Cavalry—s9 regiments, or 51,000 sabres. Artillery—4oo batteries, or 1,700 guns. Cossacks—sß,ooo men and 108 can non. The general total on peace footing, including those not in the ranks, gar rison troops and local reserve forces, amounts to 950,000 men, with 350,000 horses. On a war footing, including the re serves, the soldiers of the Czar amount to 3,500,000 men and 600,000 horses. T'ts total population of the Empire >39,537 souls. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind Yon Hive Always Bought Where Charity Begins. "My good little man," said the vis iting pastor," lam afraid yon've been fighting! A black eye! Don't you want me to pray with you?" "Naw," said the good little man. " Bun home and pray with your own kid. He's got two black eyes." Comb Bugs. A number of little girls were look ing at some abnormally large turtles behind a grating at the park, when one little miss inquired if "Them's the things they make mock turtle soup out of?" " Oh, no," replied an other, " them's comb bugs dey make combs and hairpins out of." kidney "trouble," etc., where is the first j place to look for the cause ot the ais ease' Why, where else can it be but the stomach ? The most probable cause of these forms of "weakness" is defici ent nutrition resulting from the " weak " condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. And ! if these diseases of heart, liver, lungs, I kidneys, etc., begin in the s' mach they must lie cured through the stomach. IT'S AN* EVERY MAY AFFAIR to receive letters reporting the cure of diseased kidneys, weak heart, torpid liver, or lung "trouble " through the use I of Dr. l'ierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. Hut one may say, "'Golden Medical Discovery ' is a medicine for the stom ach and blood, in particular." Exactly so. And that is why it cures diseases remote from the stomach but which have their origin in disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and digestive and nutritive systems. The food taken into the body is then con verted into nutrition which is supplied to heart, lungs, kidneys, and other organs which are made strong by nutrition. Disease is thrown off. Xew strength comes to every tissue and fiber of the body. "I suffered for four years with pain in my stomach so that at times I couldn't work nor eat," writes Mr. Frank Smith,of Granite, Chaflee C0.,C010. " I wrote to you about my sickness and was told to use your medicine, which I did with good results. I only used four bottles of your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' aad must sav that I am entirely cured, and feel like a new man, and I can highlv recom mend your medicine to any sufferer." "I was troubled with malarial fever of about three years' standing and was under doctors' care for quite a time," writes Mr. J. F. Kidd, of Parmleysville, Wayne County, Ky. "They had almost given me up, and ny suffering was very great. Sly pulse 'as weak, breath short and I had severe paiv.s in back, head and legs. Had palpitation of heart, and from June Ist, 1595. to May Ist, 1898, I was not able to do a day's work. I purchased five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoi er , and before I had finished taking the first two bottles I was very much better of my disease of three years' standing. I continued taking the medicine, ana by the time the fifth bottle was gone I was a well man. I can cheerfully recom - mend Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical D-s covery to any similar sufferer." "111 1898, one of my daughters was suffering on account of a severe cough, hectic fever, wasting of flesh and otl.et symptoms of diseased lungs," writes Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, of Barium Springs, Iredell Co., N. C. "1 promptly gave hei Dr. R. V. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, with gratifying success, and she now enjoys excellent health. This ex perience caused me to recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines to my neighbors, who, without exception, used them with fa vorable results. This being'true, I here by heartily endorse your medicines." SIMPLY GRAND. " Your book the ' People's Common Sense Medical Adviser,' is all that oue could wish," writes Mrs. S. J. Simpson, of 151 South Fourth Street, San Jov California, "and more than could be ex pected in one volume. It is simply grand, and should be in every home." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 large pages, is sent per on receipt of stamps, to pay expense ol mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamp' for the book in cloth-binding, or 21 stamps for it in paper-covers. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, buffalo, N. Y. j WHILE a drummer was writing bis name on the register of a certain city hotel, a bed bug appeared aud took its way across the page. The man paused and remarked: "I've been bled by St. Joe fleas, bitten by Kansas City spiders, and interviewed by Fort Scott graybacks, but I'll be hanged if I ever In a place before where the bed bugs iooked over the hotel register to And out where your room was." As Italian died a shocking death in New York, the other day. Ho was electrocuted. THE sum of $250,000 is wagered against the Shamrock. This is pretty good prophecy if money talks. IN the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, for TharatOD county. I-co. Drllart, 1 Plaintiff, | Bumm)>n , Alloc M. Stout and i 7" c of Stout, her buaband, la* Lien. Defendant!, j The Stat* of Washington to Alice M. Stoat and Stout her husband. Defendants: Yon are hereby notified that l,eo. Dellart Is the owner and bolder of certificate of delln quency numbered 407, issued by the Treasurer of Thurston county, Washington, on the 17tli day of August. 1901, for the sum of fifty-seven and •fr-100 dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for the taxes for the years ISM, 1897,1896,1899 and 1900, together with pen alty, interest and costs thereon, upon real prop erty assessed to Alice X. Stout, and of whleb yon are the owner or reputed owner, or In which you have or claim to have some Interest or estate, and which said real estate is situated tnThurston county, Washington, and more par ticularly bounded and described, to-wit: NE of NWAf of Section 18, Twp. 19, Ilange 2 W. That plaintiff liaa paid tax**, other than thoae included in aaid certificate of delinquency, in the ■am of ISO and 62-100 dollar*, and which bear in terest at the rate of 15 per cent, per annum. Yon are lnrtbcr notified that plaintiff will apply fb the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Thurston county, for a judgment for the amount of aald delinqncnt certificate, taxes, In terest, penalty and coata, and forecloaiug his lien against aald property hereinbefore de- Yon are hereby notified and summoned to ap pear within sixty day«; after the drat publication of thla aummona, to-wit: Within sixty day a after the 23d day of August, IfOI, exclusive of aald day, and defendtthia action in the Conrt aforesaid, or pay the amount due; and In ease of your failure ao to do, judgment will be rendered for the amonnt of raid certificate of delinquency, taxes. Interest, penalty and coata, and foreclos ing plaintifl'g lien against the lande and prem ises hereinbefore described and the same will be ordered sold to satisfy said judgment, a Any (pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned at tbe Postoffice address be low given. LEO DKHAKT. Plaintiff, Poatofflce adddreas: Olympla, Waablngtun. Date of lirat publication, Aug. 2», IKJI. IN the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton for the county of Thurston. In the matter of the estate of Steven Darker and Eleanor Alice Barker, deceased. Order appointing time and place for bearing application to tell or mortgage real property, and directing notice to be given. On reading and tiling the petition of Fred Scbomber, Administrator of the above eutltled eatate. praying for an order to sell or mortgage at private sale the following described real estate in Thurston county, Washington, to-wtt: Lot J block 22i lota 8 and 2, block 10; south V 4 of lots .8 and 4, block 1; lots 3 and 4, block 13; lot* 5 and 8, block 4: N. (j of N *1 of lets 7 and 8, block 13, all iu the original (or Sylvester's) plat of the city of Olympla; and it appearing to the court that there is not sufficient funds or personal estate In the hands or possession ot the Administrator of the above estate to pay the debts outstanding against the esute and the expenses of adminis tration, and that His necessary to sell or mort gage the whole or some portion of the said real estate to provide funds for payment of such debts and expenses. It is ordered. That all persons Interested in said estate appear before the Judge of the Super ior Court of the County of Thurston, a tale of Washington, at the court-room of said court, at the Court-house in said Thurston county, on the 23d day of September, 1901. at 2 o'clock p. then and there to show cause why such order should not be made. And it is further ordered. That a copy of this order be published in the manner provided by law, in said Thurston county, at least four weeks previous to said 23d day of September, 1901, in the WASHINOTON STANDARD, a weekly newspaper published at Olympla, Wash., Aug. 19,1901. MASOX lUWIN, Judge. Date of first publication , Aug. 53, 1901. 5t - PROVISiOM STORE REDER &I'HIPPS, - - - PROPRIETORS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF^T% Staple I Fancy Groceries In the city, anil the constant endeavor is to maintain the reputation this house has always enjoyed for ijualitv of goods, fair prices and promptness in tilling or ders. The fullest and most complete line of CROCKERY AND GIjASSWAKE in stock. .lUST RECEIVED, A SHIPMENT OF THE FAMOUS 1888 IHLA.3VLS THEY ARE UNEXCELLED. $ 3eC^DCC^3OC3^3CC^3CCj^DCC^3OQOC^3CC^3OC^3OC^3OC^3eC^ | Talcott Bros. | «■' THE OLDEST JEWELRY IIOISE IT WESTERN WASHINGTON. ESTABLISHED 1872, & & Y tj —DEALERS IN H ' W WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, A W CLOCKS. 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TELEPHONE 441. / PULL LINE OF HEATS FOR THE ' WHOLESALE 9 RETAIL THIOL > We solicit a share of your trade and will strive to please. / PIONEER IRON WORKS 8- G. LIHTEB, Proprietor. MANUFACTURER .OP MARINE Sr STATIONARY ENGINES MILL MACHINERY, BRASS ANO IRON CASTIRSS. Logging car equipments of all kinds. Wrouglit Iron Work ® f . concaved tram wheels. Repair work given prompt and careful Highest market price paid for old cast attention. Prices moderate, iron scrap, brass and copper. 333 Third street, SUPERIOR STEEI RANGES. The Best are Always the Cheapest. IE HAVE HIE BEST! F. G. BLAKESLEE. r2rl Dining Cars and Puliman Sleeping Cara on all through trains. •Daily Leave Arrive No. 14— For Tacoma, Scat altle, Spokane, Lewis ton, Butte. Minneapo lis, St. I'aul, Chicago. New York, and all points east and south vast. »1:36 pin 1 *12:05 p m No. 7—For Tacoma, Seat tle, Spokane, Helena, Butte, Billings, Den ver, Omaha, St. Joseph Kansas City, St. Lonls and all points east and southeast. *1:35 p m j *12:05 p m A, D. Charlton, A. E. Stanford, A. G. P. A., Portland. Or. Agent, Olympia IN 1 lie Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, for Thurston County. Joseph P. Johnston. ) Plaintiff*. | Summons. Pore vs. )■ closure of Tax Martha L. Cummings, | Lieu. Defendant. J The State of Washington to Martha L. Cum mings, Defendant. You are hereby notified that Joseph P. John ston is the owner and holder of certificate of de linquency numbered 300. issued by the Treasurer of Thurston county. Washington, oo the 24th day of April, 1901, for the sum of Forty-seven and &4-100 dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for the taxes for the years 1597, 1«98, and 1599. together with penalty, interest and costs thereon, upon real property assessed to Mary L. Cummings and (ff which you are the owner or reputed owuer, or in which you have or claim to have some interest or estate, and which said real estate is situated In Thurston county, Washington, nud more par ticularly bounded and described, to-wit: Lots 2 and 3 of Block 23 of S\vuu'a Addition to Olyin pia, Washington. The plaiutifl* has paid taxes, other than those Included in said certificate of deliuqusney, in the sum of six and 99-100 dollars, und which bear in terest at the rate of 15 per cent, per annum. You are further notified that plaintiff will apply to the *Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, for Thurston county, for a judgment for the amount of said delinquent certificate, taxes, interest, penalty and costs, and foreclosing his lien aeaiust said property hereinbefore de scribed. You .re hereby notified end summoned to sp peer with within Bixty dsys after the flr.t pub lie.tion of this summons. to-wlt: within sixty day. after the 16th day of August, 1901. and de fend this le'.ion in the court aforesaid, or pay the amount due; and in case of tour faiiu re so to do, judgment will be rendered tor the amount of laid certiorate of delinquency, taxca, interest, penalty and coats, and foreclosing plaintiff's lien against the lands and premises hereinbe fore desrribed and the same will be ordered sold to satisfy said judgment. Any pleading or process may be served opon the undersigned at the post-omee address below given. JOSEPH I'. JOHNSTON. Plaintiff. Postofflre address, Olympia, Washington. Date of first publication, August 16, 1901. A. T. RABECK, HEP RESENTING THE llUiois Sewing Madiine Do. DIRECT HIGH GRADE ONLY. Our prices are lower than you can receive gore la of equal value elsewhere, of any particular style should seem too cheap to be good, you may depend upon it that the cheapness is due wholly to the economy in manufacture, and to the elimination of all middlemen's profits and not to any lack of desirable qualities in the machine. This factory has an output of 400 ma chines a day. Will Sell Van a Uoed Machine at Factory far 522.00. 319 EiST FOURTH. STREET. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT or THE INTERIOR, I LAND Orrics AT OLYMPIA, WASH., S Avo. 10,1001. J Notice is hereby given that the following, named settler has filed notice of hie Intention to make final proof In rapport of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before Register end Re ceiver, at Olympia. Wash., on Sept. <l, ll»l. vlx: Chae. P. Fentou, of Sherlock, Wn., lfd. E. 1.307, for the BH 8E Sec. 4. TIBN„K.IE ,W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his dontinuons residence upon and cultivation of aald land, via: 8. Y. Bennett. Sr., D. M. Mounts, George Mc- Allister, Annie C. Hartt. all of Sherlock, Wn. And via: Annie C. Hartt, of Sherlock, Wn., Hd. E 1,348, for the NW % Bee. 10, T, IS N , K. 1 ft., W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of ■aid land, viz: 8. Y. Bennett, Sr., D. M. Mount*, George Mc- Alliiter, C. P. Penton, all of Sherlock, Wn. FRANK G. DECKEBACH, Register. Date of first publication. Aug. 16,1901. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat ant business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office it Opposite U.S.Patent Office, and we can secure patent in less time the., thoee .emote from Washington. Bend model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advise. If patentable or not, free of auree. Our fee not due till patent Is eeeured. 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