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Out of I'ariidlsc If the (info Were Narrow laiMon IkM aud Ends. ICOPTKIOHT, 1SCC If narrow und difficult to enter in are Ihe g-iiti-s of l'nradisp, ill named indeed are the spreading linos of seimitai' curved feathers which we eall purndisu plumes. I'or so astonishing are the lireadtli and generosity of their curves that they almost seem to jut cut on either side of the wearer, lteyon;! even the shrinking dimensions of her s!:!t t. I suppose it may fairly be fviY. that, the paradise plumes ore popiir jn?t now, and that they are for the moment revolutionizing the whole theory of trimming millinery. We were beginning to forget all ubout the pretty wide Alsatian bows so common a little while ago, but the paradise plumes have given them a new lease of life. A single month ago so rapid bewildering freaks of fashion a woman a hat and a piece of tulle orchilTon or broad ribbon or edged lace, would ni most errtainly have quilled it -around the brim in a sort of zigzag like the fences Thomas Jefferson built for the. University of Virginia, standing up straight and stiff nil about the brim. The sar.ii' woman to-day, having lint, and tulle, would be quite as likely to work the latter into enormous hori zontal bows to either side and spread sail to catch the. quick breeze of public favor. The rage for varicolored ribbons for use in hat decorations is for the mo ment Kunsibly less. Here in Newport, the ombre effects, the plaid ribbons, the, ELLLjN UoIjOR S LETTER. ' the developing season shows no diminu- tion in the ur of sheer white canvas, In . . . yy . . , . 1 skirts particularly. A pretty material is Tb.9 Return to Hor.z n al E?3ot3 : , , . , , 1 i..i.uiu i,w u bi -juw the wool crash which has sprung so sud- la ..no ouramer s IUerjr. llenly iuto favor The pettiest weaves show a fabric almost white but. marked rarnriWe rinmes Thnt Might stay with disappearing lines of blue and oc casional blobs of dull red or salmon pink. It is very light but warm and sen sible wear where there is a sea breeze. It is curious to note how the gowning of American citizens in a free repub'ic is affected by local fete days 4,000 or 5,000 miles away. Oi:r outdoor gowns are suggested by models prepared for the Grand Frix or for Ascot, Even the flower and fruit bonnets wc are wear ing show distinctly the influence of the flower festival in Paris more than a month ago. There will be no such par ades of information now nor until the great horse show in New York, and even that will not have, of course, quite the authority of a, transatlantic function. It is well, then, that Ascot und the Grand Prix were on the whole merciful to us. They set, for one thing, the fashion of the white outing gown, though cream, mauve, rose and pale yellow had many are the examples, and now have in the late re who had j vol ted colonies. The use of thin linens, canvas, foul nrds, muslins and t!u? like over the rosy glow or the pale grevr. sheen of lining silk is a mock- which will last the entire season, as it deserves. Tho;v are. many g v.vns in blaek and white striped silk, the stripes vunnit:g up and down the skirt and across the bodice front under the jacket lapels. The new sieeve gets more and more cur.iider.ee. as it gets older and bolder. It is always masked at the shoulder by a. puff or cape but beneath that is tight all the way down; on a thin arm it is wrinkled a la mousquetairc, onapluinp one not ut oil. THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT IN SUMMER MILLINERY. The fashion of decorating the bottom of otherwise plain skirts with several rows ot braid or one or more frills and flounces of fine lace is growing. Rlack velvet ribbon is much used in trimming gowns of every sort. ELLEN OSBORN. ttriped, checked and otherwise fantas tic ribbons have disappeared in great measure from view since they got upon the slaughter sale counters of the dry goods houses. The summer mode rather favors plain ribbon or the plumes or bows or tulle or gauzy lace to which ref erence has been made. Terhaps an exception might be made in the case of flowered riblon, which still retains its favor, but far more mod ish are the flowers themselves used di rectly in trimming. For ex-ample, liave seen a Casino hat, a Leghorn shape with wide brim, served with sauce piquante, if I may so describe its unexpected dips and angles. The brim is smothered with plisae flouncing of cream white chiffon, drawn toa drapery l;not at the back. There is nn inside band supporting a garland cf shell pink roses, and three creamy ostrich tips nod at wilVul variance with each other and with tha horizon. The body of the flower hot. is general ly not excessively large, especially if of French good taste, as so much color would be overpowering. A pretty piazza design of manilla straw, trimmed in front with a rhinestone buckle and black velvet bew, has on the side poppies, red roses, a mount of dandelions anl a eashepeigne of pop pies and velvet ribbon. One of th prettiest of the rffeets borrowed from the paradise plumes is the eiullevmet.t of heron's feathers. in ii n 1 1 ii i j-TTI I I I I I II II mi, V 7--- -f . 'V The Janney Common Sense Corn Husker MADE OF STEEL, Simple construction, easy to oparate and thoroughly We is in fact as in namp, a common reuse husker and shredder l't'lillblfi in ita wnvlr So better proof oE its superiority can be desired than the fact that buskers who buy it and farmers who try it will we no other. We use the St. Alban's Shredder hed in this machine, admitted by all to bo the best H.nvdder m use. Our patent patety clnvico projects tiie operator and machinery from accidents. For complete description, prices, etc., call on or address W. G. Weayer, Wellington, O., or Iht Common Sense Engine Co., Muncie, Ind. . , Oh yes! Moafforgot to mention "The Famous Ohio Cultivator." Put out on trial with any responsible farmer. If this was not the best cultivator made we would not do this. Others do not. The Brown Wagon, Osborne binders, mowers, and rakes, Aultmau & . Taylor has would nsk ' ' I 1 . .. , ,fl t n - Do you remember that before Weaver opened up shop you were paying 10 and 12c each tor sections, 4U and Wo eacli tor guard", oo 10c each for rake teeth, and other repairs in proportion, and that you now buy 30 per cent, cheaper. .Long experience and eloe study taught me how to buy and sell to beneht my customers, a liberal share of your patronage. T nlwRVfl kf-mi n fnod assortment of the above on hand. In return I v D W. C. WEAVER, NEVER MEND WITH SILK. epression of Spirits so common in summer-time, accompanied by loss of energy, lack of thought-power, means a deficient supply of nourish ment. The vital force is lost. It isn't a question of muscle and sinew, but of resistance and endurance. At any age, but especially in youth, it involves the risk of lung disease. Loss of flesh and a cough are threat ening signs. only sightly spreading to either side, upon a straw bat trimmed with, cream colored ribbon embossed with flowers. 1 A pretty race traek hat is n broad blac-k straw shade tilted saucily ever one ear. trimmed about the crown with blael; ir.o'.re ribbon with a bow at the left frotn behind which spring six huge blaek ostrich plumes. Airiest und lleeeiest of all the hats have seen in the gay city by tke sea is another black rice straw, also tilted over the right side and fairly straight of brim. There are bows of mows green ribbon in front, caught with rhine stone buckles, and behind them rise a quilling of white tulle edged with black Katin and a tuft of white ostrich and paradise plumes surmounting all and floating away to either side like blown foam of the sea. A gathered toque of black spangles, trimmed with loops of mauve, ribbon, lined with gimp and galon, and with sprays of white and green narcissus, is one of the prettiest shapes visible here. It is worn by a woman with decidedly Titauesque locks, t.ban which no tint of human hair is more beautiful. It is an. evidence and instance of the momentary drift away from tbe use of gaudy color that plumes for millinery purposes are almost in variably either white or cream or black. 'The latest advices from Paris chronicle the designs in black a.nd white straw and ribbon, but it must not tx; supposed tliat these will or can crowd out of fa vor the flowers nnd the colors in which the feminine heart takes such keen de Iwrht. It is only a tc mpornry reaction against a too vigorous stress of color. Indeed, the small turban decked with loops of ribbon, in which at one side nestle clusters of red cherries, are pret ty enough to take their own willful way In spite of blacks and whites. No eub-topic in the vast range of fash ionable attire is more engrossing than A Hint for the Ludius on the Mending of Glove. Always stretch gloves out smooth and put in a box withoutdoublingwhen removed from the hands. A nice ad dition to the glove box is a scented sachet, giving the gloves a delicate odor when worn. An error that is commonly made is that of mending kid gloves with sewing silk, as the silk cuts the kid and shows Ihe mend more plainly, while line cot ton thread gives a much more satin factory result. If the gloves are torn, put a piece of silk of corresponding tihado under the torn pnrt, baste eaiv fully so as not to reveal the stiches on the right side, and then draw up the rent with cotton thread. few good glove-clcancrs are recom mended, but it is generally better io send gloves to one who makes this his business than to experiment on them, for, like the mending, it is a trade in it-r-lf. Hut whenever you do, take warn ing by the fate of a nice pair of drivi ig gloves we once had and never try to polish them up with Trench shoe dress ing. The way it came about, we read in one of the papers that an application of this liquid would renew the youth and beauty of old nnd bndly-soiled kid gloves, nnd, deeming newspaper lore to be relied upon, we put it into effect; but, alas! the result was a revela-ticn. ! To bo sure, there were no soiled spots remaining visible, but the shine on I those gloves made them positively re ' flective, and the way they adhered to the reins turned our thoughts to agri cultural fairs and molasses candy. In ; conclusion, we have only to say: Mend, patch, clean or wash your gloves, but never try French shoe dressing. It doesn't work. lioston Budget. of Cod-liver Oil, with the hypo phosphites, meets these cases perfectly. It tones up, fattens and strengthens. In Scott's Emulsion the taste of the oil is fully disguised, making it almost as palatable as milk. Por sale at oc. and $i. by all drutrslst. BCdrr & Bowne, Mfg. Chemist, New York A Coal Thief Is pilfering in your bin, and you permit it. A cooking stove that has to be overfed to be coaxed to cook st all, and dumps it's coal without digesting it is a downright robber. YOUNG WIVES 1 i $ Steel Ran& saves food and fuel enough in two years to pay for itself. All parts unbreakable steel and malle able iron. It's heat can't escape. A quick and even baker. You can learn all about the Majestic Cooking Range at our store. The Majestic Is Such a eaver that it pays to discard a cast iron stove for one. W.E. PEIRCE,Agent. WE OFFER A mm ViCH INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE OF ESTHER m CHILD. IT KJ ' Ii mm Friend" ROBS CONFINEMENT OF IT3 PAIN, HORROR AND RI8K. " My wife used only two bottles. She was easily and quickiy relieved; is now doing splendidly. J. S. Jloirrox, Harlow, N. C. Sent by express or mall, on receipt of price, $1.00 per bottle. Bool; "TO MOTHERS" mullod free. DUAPFIELD KEGl'LATOU CO., ATLANTA, Gi. BOLD BY Alii. DHUGGI8T3. The UinlnoiiD. Frederick Locker Sampson tells, in "My Confidence," of nn old sea captain who, when he had retired from active service, lived alone under the faithful care of on old servant named John. The captain was very methodical, and John provided lilm every morning "with a penny roll for breakfast. What he ale one day was, as to kind and quantity, what he wished to (flit the next. One morning the breakfast-bell ranp, nnd when John uppenred, his muster groaned nnd baid, in nn agitated voice: "John, I'm very ill. Go for Dr. Dobsnn. This is probably the beginning; of my last illness." "Oh, no, sir," enid John. "I hoe not. What is it, sir? What does it feel like?" "I've entirely lost my appetite," Raid the captain. "It never hnpjx'ned before. I can't get through my penny roll." "Bless you, sir. Is that all?" cried John, relieved. "Why, when the baker came this morning all the penny rolls was gone, sir, so I gave you a tuppenny one!" Youth's Companion. Enow What Sim Vina Alxut. "Why does she wear that disfiguring veil?" "Disfiguring? My dear boy, you should see her without it!" Tit-Bit. 'The "Old Reliable" The Cincinnati Weekly Commercial Gazette, Only so cms i iw Published every Tuesday morning ,in Mm to reach rpailers at a distance of 300 mil on day of publication. It is the oldest family newspaper In the west. It has eight pages, of eight columns each, couipr ctly filled with the most important news of the world, aud just what the family fireside most eu- joys. THE CINCINNATI Daily and Sunday ipffl p.. When In doubt what to use (or Nervous Debility, Loss of Power, Impotency, Atrophy, Varicocele and other weaknesses, Irom any cause, use Sexine Pills. Drains checked and full rigor quickly restored. I f ailKted. Mitch trualei rKult Utallf . Mailed for $1.00;Gboxes $5.00. With $5.00 orders we Rive a guarantee to cure or refund the money. Address PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, O. For sale by F. B. Tissot. (la Headquarters For Provisions. C. J, & M. R'Y Is The SHORT ROUTE Between TOLEDO And Muskegon. Grand Rapids, Al legan, Battle Creek, Marshall, Jackson, Detroit, Hudson, Bryan, Van Wert, and all points in Horim Hp zeite IN GENERAL NEWS, Politics, miscellany, illustrations, gossip, editorial matter, market reports. IT LEADS THEM ALL. For sale at nil news Ptamls and de livered by carrier at 20c per week 7 days. J Within the last twenty years an entire change in methods and work for tho oc- culist ami optician has taken place and within the last live years great improve ments have been mado in apparatus used for the detection and correction of visual defects. The day has passed when any thing in the shape of a spectacle will answer for remedying impaired vision or when any boy or man with the most elementary knowledge of optics should be allowed to fit and sell tliem. The eye is not only a very important but very delicate organ and needs the most accurate knowledge and skill for its treatment. Mechanical defects not known to exist a fewyears ago, can be successfully corrected by methods now in use and any suffering from imperfect vision avo invited to call and mako trial of our skill and methods. Satisfac tion guaranteed. J. W. Houghton, Optician. Hy mull, Ini-ttKlliiR Sunday liy nmil.oiiiiUiim Sunday-. Milunliiy, daily Sunday ? s; Iter month 7ii w.t mmitli 1 75 per year 'J W ier year Staple and Fancy Groceries, Best Brands of Flour and Smoked Meats. CMce Bier and FresI Eggs A Specialty. ; Best Goods, Honest '. ! Weight, Lowest-Prices IS OUR MOTTO. m Trains leave V. k L. E. depot at 7:25 a. m. and 2:52 p. ni. The only line reaching SAND LAKE, DERVE'S LAKE, CLARK'S LAKE. A perfect support to those who arc ruptured. The V Honest John Drs. Smiths' WILDER & vfflCEHT Commercial Gazette Company Cincinnati, O. POOR DIGESTION leads to nervousness, chronic dyspepsia and great misery. Tho best remedy is HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. GREAT BATTLES ore contln. ually going on in tbo lmir.au sys tem. Hood's Sarsaparillii daws ouf. 1 discaso and Restores Health. Sntarih for lie Enterprise, Jl Per to, Enterprise and Inter Ocean one year $1.35. Truss. Look nt its merits! It is a scientific in strument mul holds securely with less than one nair or the pressure ot any other truss. The reason for this is obvious it holds in the right direction, in the right place, and there is no pressure wasted. The pad is unlike all others is ot ex actly the proper sizo and shape to close the upper internal, as well as the ex ternal ring or opening of the hernia (rupture), thereby completely retaining the rupture, a thing that no other truss does. The instrnment is so constructed aa to allow perfect freedom of tho limbs, and at the same time gives pressure horizon ral at the back with the pad in front. All other trusses allow the band to go around the body higher up behind than the pad is in front. The result with them is that when tho gut deconds from the body, it glances under the pad, for the spring being higher behind, there is a tendency for the front pad to raise upon tho slight est provocation. A cure is practical with many cases, and the condition of all cases can be im proved by wearing this appliance. v For sale by Dr. J. W. Houghton.