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rms mcmxoND paixaoiuxx and sun-tejleguaii. Tuesday, august o, 1010.
PAGE FIVC LAWN PARTY. A pretty Iiwd party was given last evening by M1h Boaale Adams, at ber noma in South Thirteenth street The lawn was brilliantly lighted for the occasion. Japanese lanterns wre used in decorating. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and lemonade were serv ed during the evening. The hours were pleasantly spent playing "five hundred." The guests bidden to par ticipate in the function were Miss Elsie French, Miss Esther Beck, Miss Mar garet Thornburg. Miss Dorothy Thorn burg, of Indianapolis. Miss Eleanora Shuts and Miss Mildred Schalk. Messrs Frank Schalk. Clarence Fer- ling, Will Mendenhall, Wallace Glf ford, Blair Converse, Errett Halsley, and Harold Taggart. j J J FAREWELL PARTY. A farewell party was given last even ing for Mrs. C. M. Hamilton and child ren. Miss Mae and Mr. Carl at their home In East Main street by the mem bers of the First Methodist church. The Hamlltons expect to leave this week for Sanford, Florida, where they will Join Pr. Hamilton. A bountiful supper was served on the lawn. - Af ter supper a splendid musical program wis presented. Miss Lucile Turner, Mrs. Ray Longnecker, Miss Mae Ham llton, Mrs. Walter Luring, Mrs. Hamil ton, little Miss Mary and Master Frea rlrk Ljurlnc assisting. Among the guests were: Rev and Mrs. J. F. Rad cllffe, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Laly, Dr. cllffe. Dr. and Mrs. Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. John Starr, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luring. Mr and Mrs. Ray Longnecker. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell. Mr. and Mrs 8. E. Beery, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Brown, Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. Sam uel Curtis, Mrs. Mary O'Hara, Mrs. Earl O'Hara, Miss Ella Luring. Miss Lucile Turner, Mr. Lee - Turner, Rudolph Chase and Ruth Harris, Jt J J MRS JOHNSTON TO SPEAK. The club women all over the state are manifesting a great deal of inter est in the annual club day which will be held at Winona, August 10. ' The day this year promises even more than the usual amount of Interest, and the program includes several well known speakers from various portions of the state. Among others who will give addreases upon that day will be Mrs. M. F. Johnston of this city, Mrs. Grace Julian Clark, president of the State Federation, of Women's clubs, and Mrs. O. F. Ouldln of Fort Wayne. The Interest will begin on Tuesday even ing. August 0. when the queen of Venetian night will hold her reception in the grounds of the assembly. This affair will be most brilliant Many have planned to go to the lake on the morning of the nth in order to be pres ent at this unique entertainment On the evening of the 10th the Venetian night will be held, and thla gorgeous pectacle promises to surpass any dis clay of other years, aa the prepara tions have been carried out on a much larser and more extensive scale, on tha avenins- of the 11th "Eaypta" will ba civen on the grounds oi we assent bly with the lake aa a background. It ts expected that several thousand club women from all over the state will be present at the resort the three days of celebration, and plans are being made for their accomodation. Jt Jt J QUESTS HERE. Mrs. Everett Lasnley and children of Minneapolis, formerly of this city 1 are visiting Mr. T. E. Sprouse. jl jg jg TO CLEVELAND. Mr. O. O. Murray haa gone to Cleve land, 0., to attend a meeting of the National Vaudeville Managers asso ciation. Mr. Murray Is treasurer of the organisation. ji j j PARTY AT CLUB. Thursday afternoon a card party will be given at the Country club for members. The game will begin at three o'clock. Mrs. Ray K. Shlveley will be the hostess for the affair. The regular fortnightly dance will be held THE GREAT GOLDEN CROWN A reliable and efficient anrHftc In all rtleordera of the STOMACH. I.1VER and KIONNVS. or rompllrattona auch aa nervouaneaa. Impuit blood, dlaaincas. weak hacK. inaomnta an-l heart irreiru larlttea. Jaat a few wtfki uk haa Mew kMDt rraatrate mom mt the anaat etirwale ad loa ataadlaa: 41. mtaea.. It acta aa a rieanatne and heal In halm to all of the Internal org-anv. renderira mem cioati. neauny and wholeeome. at the aante ttmee realises ew arlhw, Mew life aad a world mt eaalae vtarar aad aood feellaa;. Juat niew rioeea will atart the Mood tlnal . In tnrouRit your vrina. reatore the art rtlt and renew dlsvxtlon. It drives he vellow from the akin by purlfyino the liver and kldnrya. It la a powerful writ acid solvent and will completely baniah rheamatiM. latafcaa;, mt and their M-conipanytnir me. men u la. naiatr headaekvea. tearkaeltea. amn ItM and that forever ttred feellaa. A irreat many dlseaaoe aro due aolelv to fontlnued Caaatlpatlaa, a dangerou-i rendition that UaMea Oaas remove with ease and we Ruarantea It not to return. Pfle real. krIFa' aro no longer oMiaed to iih Vmm lewder. It only helpa for an hour or an, then tt'a a: one. Our lrtm . akto Vmmm prtMlu-ea the. aanv effort aa powder, ana It'a ef recta are laatinir. In addition tt vaaadaaajt Ikt rlwckm laara. eeff a and whlteaa tha akin with ths tvat aaanieattaa. it ween mmrm mt aeake yea lawk flva rear rr we will artva raar aaeaer Itaefe . Vau ahould not fall to kIv It a trial. t .am lr. Frtes SO eeata. i ' J C ATMO COStrAMV. Cmttmmm tit, Saturday evening of thla week at tha club. All members are Invited to be present. j Jt d VISITING HERE. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Commons, of Sanford, Florida, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Commons, southeast of the citv. Ji Jt Ji HAVE RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parry have rs turned from their wedding trip. They will reside in North Ninth street Mrs. Parry was formerly Miss Ruth Bealle. Jt Jt ENTERTAINING GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, of Min neapolis, Mrs. O. C. Stout and two children of Dayton. Ohio and Mrs. K. C. Harris and daughter of Eaton. O., are being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. L. I Harris at their home in East Main street Jt J Jt HAS RETURNED. Miss Pauline Essenmacher, has re turned after spending several days with relatives at Williamsburg, Ind. Jt j$ Jt A GUEST HERE. Miss Corilla McCormlck. of India napolis is the guest of Miss Helen Hunt, at her home, 307 South Thir teenth street. jn j HAS, RETURNED. Mrs. Frank Zelders has returned from a trip to Niagara Falls and Tor onto, Canada. Jt Jt Jt ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Miss Alva Moore entertained Miss Corilla McCormlck. Miss Lucy King stan of Indianapolis and Misses Grac and Helen Hunt with a picnic party at Glen Miller park. TO TIPPECANOE LAKE. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harris and fam ily have gone to Tippecanoe Lake, Kosciusko county, where they will spend about ten. days. ji ji jl PICNIC AT GLEN. A picnic will be held at Glen Miller park Wednesday by the members of the Second English Lutheran church. All are asked to meet at the church at two o'clock. All are invited to at tend and enjoy an afternoon in the beautiful park. A picnic supper will be a feature of the evening. jl jl jl TO NEW CASTLE. Miss Etta Collins has gone to New Castle, Indiana, .where she has ac cepted a position as stenographer, with the New Castle Casket company. jt - jl jl SOCIAL WEDNESDAY. The members of the East End Aid society of the First Christian church will give a dime social Wednesday ev ening at the church. jl ji ,s LEFT LAST EVENING. Mr. Stanton Knott. 'who attended Earlham college last year left last evening for his home in Farmlngton. Iowa. Enroute home he will visit friends In Chicago. jl jl ji FOR VISITING GUESTS. The bridge party given this morn ing at the Country club by Mrs. Jean nette G. Leeds, was in honor of Mrs. Jean Wilkle and Miss Marguerite Wtl- kle, of New York. After the game. which. waa played at several tables a luncheon in several courses was serv ed. The luncheon hour waa at twelve- thirty o'clock. Ji ul ji HARLAN REUNION. The Harlan family reunion will be held at the county court house August seventeenth and eighteenth. This is a national affair. All persons who desire to attend should arrange at the Arlington for accommodations. Mr. John Turner, ex-treasurer of Wayne county. Mr. Nathan Harlan, Mr. W.-K. Bradbury Mr. Johnathan Harlan and Mrs. Elizabeth Luptln are prominent members of the family. jt ji ji 1 TO MACKINAC. Miss Mary Gaar. has gone to Mack inac for a several weeks stay. jl jl j HAVE RETURNED HOME. Mrs. J. F. Ostrander and daughter, Miss Mae, have returned from a three montha sojourn In the east. They spent a portion of the time in Haiti more, Philadelphia and Boston. jl , jt jt GUESTS IN INDIANAPOLIS. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Llndemuth went to Indianapolis this morning to spend the day. .I WILL ENTERTAIN. t Mrs. Sharon E. Jones, assisted by her daughters, Misses Lida, Edna and Anna May Jones will entertain the ladies who are members of the Reid Memorial church Wednesday after noon .at the Jones home. 104 South Thirteenth street. The hours are from two until five o'clock. Jl Jl ! TO MEET WEDNESDAY. The Knights and Ladles of Honor are requested to meet Wednesday ev enlns at elsM o'clock In the Red Men's hall. It is requested that all members attend as tho meeting will bt an important one. .1 v CARD PARTY. ' Tho Lady Foresters of the St. An drew's church will give a card party at the school hall tomorrow after noon. All are cordially Invited. Jl ! REUNION OF FAMILIES. The sixth annual reunion of the Ward and Elleman families will be held . Thursday of this week in the Chautauqua grounds at Glen Miller park. All members of the families are cordially invited to attend. CAMPING PARTY. Mr. John Clements and Mr. Robert JTallaar, have gon to Oden. MlchlgaoJ where they will join a party of college friends. From this place they will go to Pickeral Lake, beyond Petoakey, where they will spend a month at a hunting lodge. .. Jl J Jl '. TO INDIANAPOLIS. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Conkey. of thla city went to Indianapolis today for a visit with friends and relatives, jl jl jl TO GREENWOOD. Mrs. Eunice Martin Port erf leld. of Lafayette who has been visiting here has' gone to Greenwood, near India napolis, for a visit with Mrs. Ralph Polk. - Jl Jl Jt . TO SHAWNEE. Miss Millie Test, who resides south of the city has gone to Shawnee, Ok lahoma, where she will spend her va cation. - jt jt jt CARDS RECEIVED. Several persons In this city have received cards from Miss Dora Wal lace, who is spending the Summer abroad. Miss Wallace formerly taught In the Cambridge City schools. Last year she taught In Connersville. Her home Is in Milton. Ind. . jt .4 A GUEST HERE. Mrs. E. Canaday, of Spiceland. Ind., has been visiting relatives in this city for a few days. Jl Jl J FOR A VISIT. Miss Pearl Crubaugli left Saturday for a month's visit with friends and relatives at Greenfield and Indianapo lis. , . . j FAMILY REUNION. The reunion of the Bowen-Wise fan tlies will be held Thursday, August? eighteenth in the Henrv Wise Grove, two miles,, north of Spartansburg. All members and friends are cordially in vited to attend. 5 ?8 GUESTS HERE RECENTLY. Miss Iliah Moats of Washington, D. C, and Messrs. Gene Volgene, Piatt Searles and Earl Taylor of Delaware, Ohio, were tlie guests of the Misses North at their home in North Elev enth street, over Sunday. jt jt jt FOR A VACATION. Mr. Morris White and Mr. Harry White, have gone to St Louis and Kansas City for a fortnight's stay. Jl Ji jt TO CINCINNATI. Miss Edna McMahan has gone to Cincinnati and other points for a few days visit. - Jl Jt Ji OF INTEREST HERE. Clippings as follows from tie New Castle Courier are of interest here: Miss Elaine Jones of Richmond is the house guest of Miss Ruth Barnard on North Tenth street Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. VanZant spent Sunday with friends at Rich mond. JljC.il .. . TO GIVE LAWN PARTY. Miss Ida Barters Sunday School class of the St Paul's Lutheran church will give a lawn party Wednesday ev ening at the home of Miss Fredericka Von Pein. 703 South J street. The lawn will be decorated with Japanese lanterns. All friends are invited to attend. Ice cream and cake will be served. The class is composed of twenty-five young ladies. .4 . J .GUEST HERE. Mrs. Giles Fowler, of Jacksonville, Florida, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McMahan, in Pearl street. Jt jt Jl TO ATTEND WEDDING. A number of persons including rela tives have gone to Fort Wayne to at tend the Luken-Dittoe wedding. The Forf Wayne Journal-Gazette contains the following of interest concerning the affair: f The Cathedral will be the scene of 1 a large and beautiful wedding on Wednesday morning when Miss Mar garet Mary Dittoe, 61 1 East Wayne street, becomes the bride of Mr. Law rence Herman Luken. son of Mr. A. G. Lukens, - a prominent wholisale Happy, Happy, Uco TIZ A Marvel For Sore Feet. Acts Right Off. Sore Feet? Never After Using TIZ Good-bye sore feet, aching feet swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired feet. Good-bye corns, callouses and bun ions and raw spots. You've never tried anything like TIZ before for your feet It is dif ferent from anything over before sold. It acts at once and makes the feet feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof. TIZ is not a powder. Powders and other foot remedies clog up the pores. TIZ draws out all poisonous exuda tions which bring on soreness of the feet, and is the only remedy that does, TIZ cleans out every pore and glori fies the feet your feet Youll never limp again or draw np your face In pain, and youll forget about your corns, bunions and cal louses. Youll feel like a new person. If you don't find all this true after trying a box of TIZ, you can get 'your money right back. - TIZ la for sale at all druggists at SS cents per box. or it will be sent you direct if you wish from 'Walter Luther Dodge A Co.. Dodge Bids.. Calcago. I1L. . . King of Spain druggist of Richmond, Ind. The bride who has a wide circle of admirers In Fort Wayne, has chosen her sister, Miss Alice Dittoe, as bridesmaid and Mr. Luken will be attended by Mr. William Ferstrel of Chicago. Messrs. Albert and Peter Dittoe. brothers of the bride, will be ushers. The nup tial mass will be said at 9 o'clock and will be followed by a breakfast at the bride's home. A number of guests will arrive tomorrow to be present at the wedding, among them Mr. A. G. Luken and Miss Mercella Luken, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Har rington, Mrs. Frank McDonald, all of Richmond.' Jl J! Jt PROGRAM ANNOUNCED. The following program wll be pre sented tomorrow evening at the dime social to be given in the parlors of the First Christian church: Piano number . . . .Miss Echo Rowland. Vocal Solo Miss Ruby Hugo Reading, Selected ..... .Mrs. Hodgin Vocal solo Mrs. Bert Shirmeyer Violin Miss Marjory Morgan Solo, "A Year Ago" . . Ruth White Reading, Selected. Anna Fetta Solo .Miss Pearl Warner Reading Ni Howard Messick Solo .' Mrs. Ray Davenport Jl J Jl OFFICERS INSTALLED. The officers of Evely Rebekah lodge 323 of Centerville, who have been installed for the ensuing term are V. G., Flora King; V. G. Ruby Cook; Ree.-Sec., Eva Black: Warden, Emma King; Con., Stella Shadle; Inside G., Mary Custer; Outside G.. David Han nagan; R. S. to N. G. C. J. Harvey; S. S. to N. G., Kale Harvey; R. S. to V. G., Lucy Paxson; S. S. to V. G. Maggie Shadle; Chaplain, Daisy N. O. King. Evelyn lodge members will have their picnic at Jackson park on Sunday, August fourteenth.' All members be present. The members of Hoosier lodge are also invited to attend, jl jt jl MILLER-CLARK. Hagerstown. Aug. 9 Charles Mil ler of near this place and Mrs. Clark of Carrol county, a descendant of the Humbert family, of near Cambridge City, were married recently. This is Mr. Miller's third marriage and the second for his bride. Their courtship began when they met for the first time at the national annual confer- Ydur Grocer Will Sell Yon CImmlms, BnntWeiTe. All Grocers sell Commons' teurized Cream. Pasteurization kills ail harmful bacteria, protects you from dangerous diseases. In Commons' Butter you get Purity, Cleanliness and Wholesomeness. nURE . " I ATil LU " DottXed LSXIIx, Duller, Ice Cress, . Dotllcd Crecza, Ices. Cwtn::!:::, a scad stii ;1 r ; pis ico and His Queen Alfonso and his consort have left Spam uecause, it is generally reported they feared they might lose their lives in a threatened revolution. Both are in England now, thoroughly "enjoying themselves. ence of the German Baptist, or Dunk ard church at Winona, last June. Both are prominent in the work of the church. " A home Is to be' established In Cal? fornia for the aged and .infirm mem bers of the International Mable Work ers' union. President Frederick Mc- Glade of the San Francisco local has been selected to report upon an eligible site. It is considered probable that the home will be located in the vicinity of Monterey. It's Finer and Better' Than Powder, They Say "If you want a really and truly good complexion beautifler," writes h Amy Lester in Fashion Helps, "try the lat est New York idea. It ia home made and dries so quickly you can put on your gloves immediately after apply-lng-something hitherto unheard of in face lotions. "Get from your druggist two, ounces of amarol, in the original 2 os pack age, put into a pint of warm water, shake the bottle thoroughly and let stand over night When applied to face, forearms and hands it gives a smooth sfhd delicate texture to the akin and does away altogether with the greasy appearance that is so difficult for many to overcome. "An application of amarol is dif ferent from any other artificial sir to beauty; it ia dainty and delicate and can not be detected seems most natural and longer withstands - at tacks of wind, dust, soot and smoke." Butter made from pure pas m I I IT asssk A ' aa as ea . DAIRY PRODUCTS tvfTiljf fYTT ASa bk mm mm m a m mmr eoilti anil DzacJy Ssercfe ; Dy Mrs. Lice Martyn Cinderella: Mercty ' becauaa your husband is hopelessly bald after wasting- ao much money buying ready -pre pared hair, tonic is no reason why you should neg lt.-t your hair. By aimpiy adding: a half pint water to ona ounce qulnaoin dissolved in a. half pint alco hol, you can make a o.t-.nln hair tonic that will positively deatroy tho arerm the scalp, stop all irritation, apllt- tlnit and falling . hatr. ' reniova dandruff nd put your acal In a healthy con ditio. Thla tonic will not ataia - tho hair and will prova very refreshing and Invigorating; rub. tt Into the hair roots about twica a week and it will mk your hair soft and gloasy. R. F. D.: Tea. a whit summer dreas makes a atout girl look larger. ou can reduce your weight If you will dissolve four ounces of parnotis In Hi Dints of hot water- and take a table- snoonrui teiore eacn meat lor two or three weeks. Thin harmless recipe cuts down fleeh rapidly without any injur ious eriect whatever, ana you wui teei better when you are rid of tuat-auper fluoua fat. H r r - .Thla la tha reclna for SDur- max complexion beautifior you say all your friends are talking about, but it s not new and there is no reason wny your druggist ahould not know about it: Dissolve four ounces or apurmax n a half-Dint of hot water and add two t fax noon ful of alvcertn. Put In a bot tle and shake well and it ia ready tor use. Tour drusglst can get the spur max from his wholesaler if he doesn't tarrv It in stocK. Yea, this lotion should be used Instead of face powder. Apply it to the face, neck and forearms with tne paim oi tne nana ana ruu until dry. It will not rub off or aho-v and 'holds'- against perspiration. , It will make even a dark and oily skin look fresh and youthful. 13. W.; Why don't you try going without Bnectacies for a while? you say there is no constitutional defect In your eyes, and that spectacles mako you look ten yoars older than you real ly are. . taet fine print alone and drop in each eye daily a lew drops oi a sim ple eye tonic . made bv v dissolving an ounce of crystos in a pint of water. This tonic rests tired. eyes. relieves refines and inflammation. and strengthens weak eyestuht. It haa proVen so beneficial as an eye remedy exclusively, and I nisi iiiaujr j ui ioi. iimw icwniiiicuu know it will help your eyes greatly. Donna: Massaging with a good grease! ess face, cream Is the best pre ventative in the world against, wrinkles ! THE ' New.Grand Dotel Indisaapelis, led. American Plan.., $2.50 to $4.00 European Plan... $1.00 to $2.50 The. only hotel with running Hot and Cold Water and Phones in all rooms, outside the ClaypooL Same management aa . THE WEOTCOTT 21 SostCk Ts . '.' V - .'., Satwslay Conaultatloa Diseases. Female Dlseasea, Loss of ..SOLI OF i -Me- that will cnolie you tkcrccI ap preciate the rccsoxi why ivc crc co buoy these days, and that ivlll tc!p you to save, and save much on Vzz things you need most. ; Best American Prints, regular 7c quality, not over 20 yds. to custom er, per yard ......Co Men's Fine Suits, worth ; up to $22.00 ..$12.45 Men's $15 Suits... $8.45 Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Pants .$1.89 Boys' Suits worth up to $5.00, Sale price $1.95 Men's $2.50 Shoes $1.69 Ladies' $2 Oxfords, $1.1 9 Ladies' 25c Hemstitch ed Muslin Drawers I4g 121c Silkoline, per yd 7ic 8c Unbleached Muslin, per yard 5c Ladies' 1 0c Vests ... .4c 12c 40 in. India Linen, per yard 6c 25c Bushel Baskets.. 10c 10c and 15c White Chi na Bowls ........ 5c $1.00 Alarm Clocks.. 59c $7.50 Lawn f'owers for .....$4.39 Be here fcr our hourly sales, 8 to 0 a. p. end 2 to 3 , P. U. S. & H. Green Stamps 'r.tiz' KqOO.: Rca and the appearance, of age. It keeps Hint akin taut ana clean ana me nean firm and Tree from f labbinaaa. Oat from your druggist one eunc of alnio aoin. dissolve it in a half -pint of eolU water, add two ' teaspoon ful af glycer ine, atir well and let stand over night. This , home-made cream cleanaea th : porea aa nothing la -eaii. for it takea out dirt and grime that aoap and water , never reacn. ji removes oiacaneaus and prevents their return for It 1 thi ih. ai.A n th n.ira And makes the. akin finer In texture. I nave a. friend, who la a grandmother, whoa complexion rivals that of a alxteen- year-oid girl and sha never usea any thing except aimosoin cream to pre serve her' youthful skin. J. E. M. : Tho electric needle for tha " removal of superfluous hairs la an ex pensive, paintul and time-consumintr operation. "A much easier and far lea expensive metnoa is tne application mi delatone. although dels tone coats dollar an ounce at retail- One, ounc Is all you will need, however, for evon should the hairs return alter tne nrst application, they will be light.colored. thin ana straggly ana tne aecona nr third application will rid you of thtin permanently. Juat mix little dela tone with enougn water to mae a naste. cover the hairs with this pasta and lot it remain two or three mtnut. Then wipe off and wash the skin witn warm water, - ' A. F. IX: You are -using too muci cantlirox for one shampoo. My Taclpo, stated plainly ona teaapoonfut to , cup of hot water." not a tableapoonful. No. the quantity you have been uln will -not injure your, hair In the leaar, for canthrox is In no way harmfuW It will-not cause tha hair to becomo treatty, dull or brittle., oi split at th ends, aa some, xoapa do. But canthrox. lathers ao freely an cleanaes the hale and scalp so thoroughly that It Is w nceaaary to use more than a teaapoon ful for a shampoo, I waa pleased read that you like It because tt drlea fjuirkly and teavea your- hair so bright, aoft and fluffy. A. A.: Of course, you .cannot , look! bright nd bonny while you feel so ut terly prostrated and miserable. Pimp les, blotches and "puffy evea" are usu-.. ally an indication of Inactive liver, de ranged digestion and Impure blood. Get your stomach and -liver In normal action, and they will eliminate the lm- 'purities in your blood, mis oio-rasn- helped others and may help youu I certainly ia worth trying: Dissolve. iifvncuunrc v. miiiiiv mv wi,v-,mm i uy of suarnr In a half-nint of alcohol an! add enough hot water to make a full quart. Take a tableapoonful before each mr-nl. When your health la good, you will not be vexed .with a spotted and dingy complexion. . Bin nc&licz3 Fcr lie Hsxt TbelVcU Paper Stcrc Phone 2301. , BM Main fV DEL J. A. ; WALII4 toe spzsevaxqT; vr; itk SL. ClcssMsaC laK. oetecHays ftSoasHay. Tnmm&my. Friiar cad olcacliwccic ' ; and one month's Treatanaat TREATS DISEASES OF THB THROAT. KIDNEYS. UVER and BLADDER, RHSUMATI'' J. DTSPEPSIA aad DMEA8BS OF THB BLOOD. L.- lansv (ar falling fital. Caneer. Private and Nerve aa Vitality from. tBdlacretloaa, Piles, rists THE m $25 9x12 Axminstcr Rugs, fall patterns, at $10.03 15c Dress : Ginghams, plain and fancy, per yd. 7c 20c Long Cloth, per yard ...I Co 50c Summer Silk, per yard 25c ESc3 75c white lined en&mcl tea kettle arid Cizii pans ..bC3 Ladies' 25c Ccrcct Covers IC3 6c Cotton Crash, per yard -.... 3c 35c Carpet, per yard ICo Ladies' 39c . Ccrset Covers ...... ....1C5 55c Linoleum, sq. yd. 37c 65c Galvanized Foot , Tubs -30c 10c Gas Mantles .....4c $1.00 Jardinieres ...50c 10c Toilet Soap CzkCf 1c, 1' --. r-