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I'll '' Haw fh Kerpl Young. She eat tbrpe'wnrni uicnls nt regu lar hours. Slie Hlrrpn eight hours, find n often s possible two of tlicni before mid night. She tnkes tiftfen quiet minutes In a darkened room after luneheon. Pho begins each day with a cold bath, followed by a glass of cold or hot water. She is ea refill to spend at leant a half hour every duy In the open air. She never rides where she can walk the dlslnnce comfortably. ' She doesn't waste her vitality in su perfluous and energetie talking. She Is neither self-centred nor family centred, but has a few fresh ouUidc Interests to keep her live mid tlimyht ful. She never lets herself moan over the past, nor worry abov.t the future, but makes the best of the present and keeps sweet and cheerful. I'uiladcl pliia Bulletin. The Womnii Who Lorn Flnwrri. For a cheery home look on rold days and for n maximum of bloom for a minimum of c-Hrc no otlir plant can equal the geranium. A plant should be selected that has not bloomed through the summer. Then give It the care it naturally calls for, and It will Co the rest. As to Jardinieres for the window gar den, choose the ones that are suited to the room which they are to occupy, ltrass, copper and unglnr.ed potteries are the first choice for most places. There nre imitations of bark-eovcred logs In pots and hanging vases which are effective in the right surround ings. The dwarf evergreens growing In tiny Oriental pots and the liliputian cacti make up charming little window boxes that imitate miniature gardens. A square or T)blong shallow dish will serve the purpose of garden. This Is the Ideal garden for the woman whose plants are npt to display characteristics that recall ruddy's pig "a stroke of fHt for the days the pig got fed and a strnke of lane for the days ruddy for got him." The little cacti are all lean no to speak, so the neglect of sucb a ' little matter as a week or so will not count. Two or three eocus palms In one pot make a charming house decoration. Those delicate plants will thrive with .very little cure so long as that care suits their demands. They should never be watered until the earth on the ' top of the pot Is dry. Then they should be thoroughly sprinkled, so that both upper and under sides of their foliage shall be cleansed from dusr. The earth In the pot should at the same time be saturated. The fronds should never for an Instant be allowed to touch anything near which they are stand ingthis is one great secret of suc cess with ferns as well as palms. Newark Advertiser. New Ilroocliei Are Oilfl. ft Is not enough for- the American woman to have n dainty little brooch of pearls or diamonds, which she wears .with her best frocks and her real laces, but she must have some odd pieces of Jewelry, inexpensive, yet character istic of herself and harmonizing with the rest of her costume. This year she will wear large gun metal bectle,s, heads of the quadrupeds carved In gold. Egyptian wings, crystals, nnd dragons in every Imaginable contor tion, and ull these set off by rhine stones, Imitation opals, and amethysts, cats' eyes, the Scotch pebble in Its reds nnd purples, and last, but decidedly not least, the all-pervadlug peacock eye. Belt pins, made splendidly strong, find about four Inches long, show one huge dragon fly, a daruUig needle or a pair of Egyptian, wings. Tbft bodies of the flies are of rhlnestoues or opals, iwitb perhaps a tiny pearl In the wings. In one exclusive shop the bodies are of Scotch pebble, which polishes Into the prettiest kind ot a brlck-rcd stone with stripes of white, or n deep purple stone with sparklet of gold. The Egyptian wings ure attached to a long opal, below which on one side is a row of rhlnestoues. The latter are espe cially brilliant against the gun metal. Oriental gold filagree. Is sprinkled with tiny stones lu different pale Khadcs which are focused lu one bril liant stone. This sume filagree with vivid stones In greens and blues and roils is made Into the old-fashioned long brooch with a flower In the cen tre, and Is known as Egyptian Jewelry. To fasten the dainty luces and rob bona for the neck, cwallows small and la flight and various forms of flies and butterflies are used. Tbe'swailows have wings or Imitation opal In blue and the body Is in white. The butter flies' wings are In variegated enamel 6r opalescent porcelain with rhiuestone bodies. One peacock feather In green ud blue has a peacock eye among the fronds at the tip. A single peacock rye the size of a quarter, and the same size in cut amethyst or crystal, have Sold snakes coiled around them. To Model Uleavee, With a radical change In all sleeve styles staring us In the face, It's a com . fort to reullze that last year's sleeves can be "adapted" to this year's fash ions In comparatively easy ways. Rip your sleeves out (and the cuffs IT) and turn them upside down, letting the fulness that cume down about the .wrist lust year go up to the shoulder. Dcpeer cuffs are wont than lost year, so If your cuffs can be length ened it will make all the difference In the world In your wulst. Or, If your sleeve Is full enough at tbe top and too full at the wrist, lay the wribt ful ness into little bos pleats, or tucks, and stitch them down flat, from three to' five Inches. That will give your fiieeve the close, deep cuff effect, and yet give you the necessary fulnens about the elbow. If your sleeves are a bit soiled and t'ioie hugs pouches we wore lust year Mere ahvays dipping Into undesirable ; 'nces-cut off little about an luch will get I'ld of the'woMt set yum cuff in again, and lengthen by seiting in a deep, tight pleating of soft bntlstc or lace, with a band of the snme ma terial as your waist or Its trimming stitched down on It about half an Inch from the cuff proper. The rest of the pleating will broaden out prettily Into a frill about your iiand. But If you do tills, touch up your collar to mutch. Very likely It will show slgus of wear, too. Cut the top half ofT, and finish It oil with a little batiste pleating, boning or stiffening It to keep it from shirking down n found your throat In ugly creases. If you've a bodice with uniformly large sleeves, shirr tlicm In bunches of three or four rows. nt Intervals, so as to make a series of pud's, something like a "Shakespeare sleeve." And then, f you've ribbon trimming on your bodice, tie It around the rws of shir ring, letting the bows come on the out side of the sleeve. Or sleeves with that wrist fulness can be turned upside down, and shirred into puffs which will end at the elbow, and there be met by a long cuff of the material or of some soft, thin" stuff. Or, slilrr the fulness straight down through the middle, and turn the sleeve upside down, and the top will pull out on each side of the shirring like those odd butterfly .sleeves. Indianapolis News. Furs ami I.hcp. A combination of fur and luce, 1f rightly handled, is the must effective form of dressy strct costume. But to be really artistic and becom ing, there must be some little thought put Into the arrangement. Delicate lace must not lie combined witli coarse long-nap fur nor pure white lace with black fur, nor small patches of lace on long coats and deep capes. And the use of lace at all should be restricted t furs to be worn for pay ing calls, for theatre, for afternoon receptions und teas. For morning wear, for church, for shopping, the plainer the furs are. the better style. The prettiest dressy furs, nnd fairly durable If treated with proper respect und kindness, ure ermine, chinchilla, Japanese mink, tine baby lamb, soft dressed brouiitull And baby calf dyed black; 'and nil these furs nre really much more beautiful Willi the addition of creamy lace to neck, sleeves or in come beautifully designed applique form. To actually trim furs with lace, that Is, to put rufHcs or Insertion of lace flat on the fur is Ineffective nnd inartis tic. To get a good effect; the lace must be used merely us n finish. A Cavalier frill for the sleeves, knotted about the neck with ends tho full length of coat or stole, a Colonial jabot at the front of an Eton, with rich appliques em broidered on In elaborate Oriental col orsthese are the smurt effects Miown for this season In the uses of luce gar niture. With long nap furs like sable, bear, deer, mink and squirrel, the most fash ionable laces are the Irish wool crochet point d' Arnbe, silk cluny, guipure, and Imitation old Italian designs. With tho most delicate furs like em mine, caracul, baby calf or chinchilla, the finer point laces are used, and if you have 'a fine real Spanish luce, creamy with age, or a llouilun necktie or even a bit of Duchess in Ivory tint, you will need, no other gnrnlturo to make the simplest fur coat very much grande mode. . And fur hats to match coat or tippet nre more fashionable than ever. The most populur shapes arc -the Vlrot and torpedo turbun; the Vlrot round nnd flat, and tho torpedo, as ono might suppose, with a sharp, aggressive peak at the front and decidedly narrow sides. There nro three ways of trimming these fur turbans with a slugle spray of flowers, with a ruchlng of mnline, or with a laco scarf knotted at the buck in two bows and short ends. The lace decoration Is the richest and most dressy, the tul'.e the newest and flowers the most practicable. If a fur but Is carefully selected as to its becomlngiicss to hair nnd com plexion and few women reullze the importance of trying on fur and is adorned with the shade of lace or the. tone of flowers that suit the wearer, there is really no millinery creatlou that can compare with it for richness nnd artistic effect., The fur some way seems to Ut the hair as no other tex ture possibly can. It has no angles, no sharp edges, but is what the French call "carressing." Pure white luce Is not usei nt all on blnek fur or with ermine. With white hair-fur or fox or chinchilla It is not Ineffective, but for all fur decoration the ivory or creuui tones lu luce are preferred. On the other hand, old Incc if ac tually soiled Is very bad form Indeed. And It is a bit of a puzzle' to some women, who have not professional cleaners convenient, to know just what to do with their beautiful luces that are streaked or browned. Ordinal? washing with soup and water is of no avail. Rubbing Is out of the question and real laces should never be boiled. The best and simplest plan, and the least expensive because it cannot In jure the lace,. Is to use warm borax water, First souk your laces for an hour In a bowl of warm water softened by a teaspoonful of borax. Then transfer them to a bowl of water that has just boiled with the same amount of borax and a little shaved castil soap, rub them very lightly In the bands, squeeze them up and down la the suds, rinse In cleur warm water, and then In clear cold wntei made ivory color with coffee. Squeeze the lace as dry as possible and tbon roll' on a curtain pole or broom stick, pulling the lace out Into perfect shape as you roll. When dry. It will look as though It bad been in a cabinet all Its life. The Boston mas who married his brother's divorced wife probably, want f J U keep t!i skclotou lu the family, ? HOUSEHOLD 5 5 mm MATTERS i Apple With Dntee. Tare and core sour apples. Kill the centres with sugar and chopped dates. Put the apples In a baking dish With a little water and bake. Baste the ap ples occasionally with the water. i Baked Hereof Apple., Wash and wipe large, fair, sweet apples. Cut out the blossom end and hake until soft, turning several times while cooking. Itemove to a glass dish and sift a little sugar over. (Tool and serve with cream and sugar if liked. - '''' flrllleil I'olntnxf. Slice some large cold boiled potatoes lengthwise Jn thick slices. Put them Into a wire broiler and brown on each side. Have a small platter heated ready for the potatoes and season each slice with butter and a little pepper and salt, ... Rtevreil Himprter. Cut two pounds of snaipor Into pieces about two Inches square, put them Into a stewing pun nnd 'cover with boiling water; stew until tender; turn off the water, add one tablespoon. fnl of butter, pepper, salt and a half pint of milk; thicken with flour. Drlml Iteef Omelet. Beat four eggs separately, light, and add to the yolks a tablespoon of flour. Add n cup of milk and u cup of lluely chopiied beef nnd bake in a buttered I Iron pan -for twenty minutes. Use a t generous quantity of butter, so It won't It stick, and bake In a moderately hot oven. IVnotlToril PuiMlng. Cream half n cup of butter and on cup of sugar together until light. Beat Ihree eggs light nnd add to the sugar and butter. Then add one cup of rasp berry or blackberry jam. Mix. Siff two level teasponnfuls of baking pow der with two cups of Hour and stir into the other mixtures. Bake In a but tered pudding dish in a moderate oven about thirty minutes. Serve with cur rant sauce. Keritllopeil ClllH3. This is a delicate, way to prepare cab bage. Cut a .white cabbage into quar ters and souk in salted water for nr hour or two, drain nnd slice conrselj und cook uncovered In plenty of boil lng water uutil tender. Drain am' chop. For two quarts of cabbage measured after slicing but before cook lng, put two rounding tablespoons ot butter in a saucepan nnd when melted add the drained cabbage. Mix a round lng tablespoon of flour with a leva' teaspoon of salt, a saltspoon of white pepper and one'eup of milk. Turn lntt the cabbage and cook fen minutei slowly. Put the cabbage into a bub tered dish, cover with buttered crumb and brown lu the oven, Cotietitntin Creiitn. lee cream Is always n welcome den serf, nnd any new sort that is good nl the same time Is sure to be eagerly appreciated. A particularly rich and delicious variation is known- as Con stantln cream. To make it, stir quar ter of n cupful of powdered sugar intc one quart of cream nnd whip until quite thick. Peel three bananas and cut into thill slices. Blanch and stiff one cupful of almonds and add to the cream, stirring all well together; thee whip in tho whites of three eggi beaten stiff and two tnblespooufulf of grated cocoanut. Flavor with one quarter of n teaspoonful each of es sence of vanilla and of almond. Freeze until quite solid, and, after removing from the mould, drink with prated co coanut slightly sweetened, with pow dered sugar. . gl-qioH3SAGHJ, The I.nton (England) Chamber of Commerce has decided to offer prizes to pupils in the elementary school? for competitive designs In hat trim mings. Charles Ycrgette, oue of the candi dates for a municipal election nt , Petersborough, England, has spoken his address Into a phonograph, and this is reproduced at the various nicet ings. Chamois is one or the tpt mtngs which come out smooth und soft from washing If wrung directly from the soapsuds without rinsing In clear water. The latter process tends to harden it. Lettuce and green peas cooked to gether make n dainty dish. Few peo plo know thnt lettuce Is as good when cooked as spinach. Boiled with youug peas the flavor is delicious. Also it is very wholesome. One of tho reasons why spinach Is sucb a valuable food :s that it Is such au excellent butter carrier. City dwell ers ueed more fats than most of them get. and bntter is almost the best fat In the world. Oil is better, bnt it Is too expensive for everyone to use. Th6 womnn who keeps house with a cellar should pay It a dally visit and see thnt It is aired, even If she has to neglect her parlor. Enough germs may lurk in the wilting leaves of a cabbage or a linndful of decaying potatoes to cause inexplicable illness In her fam ily. When "hanging space" Is insufficient In the closet as usually arranged, a blut may be taken from the show frames in tbe stores. By placing a wooden or Iron bar across from end to end, and using coat hangers, double If not triple the quantity of suits or gowns cau be accommodated without crushing or tumbling. Inexpensive laco curtains which do not require ironing are best dried on frames. Wash them cleun aud starch them slightly. Pin them on the light wooden frames which come for this purpose, and on which, they may be evenly dried. If they are Ironed they are likely to be pulled put of shape. When there ure no frames on band large lace curtains may be pinned on a clean carpet and allowed to dry In this way. Curtains that are rirlpri An a clothesline ure so nulled cut of han by the process that thoy can seldom ' bo hung properly. Crusv. . TO ENTERTAIN CUESTS. the Novel CI Kin e of (he Alphabet Party and How It Is flajed. A group of young women gave a very lovel parly recently, and the guests mjoyed the evening's clitertainmeut. It was called au alphabet party, but id pencils or paper were used. All !he guests were seated In a rjw, und (ucli one was called upon to say Ilm ilphabet backwards. Five minutes Mis allowed for each notation, and my person who failed to run off the etteis In that time was dismissed Ironi the group. All thov; Him sue seeded In getting througli drew lo! Tor a prize, which wns a lo -l; contain .tig tlie alphabet 111 rhyme imii pictur.'. Then tho guests were a il to say 3ii 1 C t lie alphabet by sk i..!: i c. cry llher letter. ' The fun of this game when (lone juickly and within tho ti ne limit can jot be understood until tried. All those who accomplished the feat drew for the prize, which was a dainty jlsque statuette of a schoolboy. Tin foiins women were then asked to ;' Hie alphabet, having each letter 1i u.ii i noun of the class nam.-,!. I'm- in stance, if the b tcj's mimed "frill!."' the player beg. in, "apple, banana," etc. If "boys'' began, "Arnold, K r nurd, Charbs," and so on. F.acli per mi failing removed his seal from the circle, nnd the prize v. linn r in 11. i gaine was the one who ivuiuImcJ if t':e line when all the other l-'..;.. im bad failed and bad wlthdr.iwu. Her re ward was n copy of a reading bo ik. Then the guests Were a -ked to v. rPe nonsense alphabet rhyme. Each pet son took a letter and wrote concerning n flower, tile mime of wbch h-.ga.i Willi the character cbo-eli. Then ti e person drawing "A" wrote a vere u I ion l the nsior. The last game provoked the most amusement. Every player was j.-iven u letter of the alphabet and told to bear It in mind. After everyone had received letters the mistress of cere monies passed iil-ing the line a small box in which were slips of paper. Each slip bad written upon il a com mon noun of some' sort. The nouns were very diverse. Thus one slip had. "Heroine" upon It and another read 'House," "Fish," "Dog." etc. Imme diately after receiving the slip a p.ay cr was obliged to name a pi -per noiiii f the class given on the siip anil be ginning v.ilh the letter in the alphabet allotted to him. The player whose let ter was "F" and who drew "Dog," was lucky enough to tblug at once of '"Fldo." The drawing was continued until all the players but one h id failed. The victor received uu appropriate prize. The Zone Time Kyftt.i-i). During the last twenty years a movement bus been In progn s haing for its end a uniform system of time keeping; all over the world, called the universal or zone time system. The principle was expounded l.y the As tronomer ltoyul, .Mr. Christie, in u lec ture at Uie Royal InsiUtil ion m lssyi. The plan Is familiar to any continental traveler. When In Belgium it- i-pai;i the railway clocks ngreo with his watch, if this has been set to lir-eii-wich time, In IJerinaii.v, Italy or Swit zerland the clocks are exactly one hour fast ot this, and so on. Not only In Europe, but now In every part of the globe the system Is In vogue, and it is announced In the Observatory Maga zine for the current month that even such n conservative country as China has adopted It. Along the east coast from Niu-Chwang to Swalow and up the Yaug-tse-kiaiig they are keeping I be time of the meridian exactly eight hours cast of Greenwich, and the Col onial Otliee has lately given sanction 3t this being the legal time of Hong kong and the other British colonies wiihin the zone. Western China is likely soon to adopt the time seven hours fast on Greenwich, and India and Farther India are about to fall in with the scheme, so that the universal lime system now goes round the world, nnd all the principal nationalities, ex cept France and Ireland, have adopted Greenwich ns their prime meridian. London Telegraph. tieptlcal nt to Jlu-JIUu. If we Americans don't have a new craze on hand every week day and two on Sunday our surplus energy evup orates. Now comes the Jiu-jitsu of .la pan. There is no particular harm lu it, unless it be overdone. But we have a certificate of reasonable doubt that It Is not what It is cracked up to be. Writers declare It converts an or dinary man into u miracle of activity nnd strength, rendering a five-foot Jap the equal of seven six-foot Russians. Why, then, do not tho Japs In Man churia lay down their arms and throw the Russians into the sea? If Jiu jitsu Is even one-half us wonderful a thing ns we hear It is, why don't we have Japs leading in Internationa) ath letics? Why should any living wrestler of other nationality claim a suprem acy? Did you ever heur of a Jap win ning u light lu a prize ring with bare fists? Japs ure not boxers. The wicked Chinese ure the boxers. Mut sudu Sorukiehl was u great wrestler, hut wou no championships, notwith standing he was un expert- at jlu-Jltsu. Are there Jap chumpious at running, lumping, rowing, fencing, swimming? At Juggling (sUlght-of-hand) they are supreme; hence they are capable of the tricks of Jiu-jitsu, which an Amer. lean could never acquire. Marlon News Tribune. , General Mllet and he Raw Rerrnlt, When Geucral Miles wns in Porte Rico, as commanding general of the I'nlted States troops, a raw recruit from Tennessee was detailed for duty as his orderly. The recruit knew nbso lutely nothing of military etiquette, and on receiving orders to report to tho commanding generul for duty be suun tered over to the tent of that dignitary, where the general whs In conference with several staff officer. Entering the tent without the for mality of a salute the Tennesieean re marked: "'Well, Miles, did you want to see uie?" " . Generul Miles bristled up. "Don't tall mo Miles," be began irritably. Then the humor of the situation 'Inwned on him and be added with n grim smile "That's too formal. Coll mi' Noise." Then be procedeed to read the recruit i lesson that he never forgot on the t)n;eui.tlc of military life. Milwaukee I EuDtlni-l. How He Meant to Reform. When Dick Wintersmith was Con Rressman at Washington," said Phil Thompson, "it hapened that a friend of ours fell III. His name was Joht Wires. "He drank considerably, John did, and that, last night of his life he hac ipllt whisky all over his beard. "He wanted It dark In the room; to when, the nurse went out ho reach ed for tho camlle and attempted tr extinguish it. "Ills lonj? heard, full of alcohol caught fire Instantly ami limned hiir up. "There was a great deal of grid fniong us and consternation. "'This ought to be a lesson to us. decided Dick, 'to stop drinking t while.' " 'So It might,' assented .Joe Black burn. 'What ure you going to dr nboMt It. for Instuui-e?' "'Me?' said Dick. 'Well, its como to litis pass with me that I have firmly resolved never to blow out another 'jandlo.'" Now York Times. Tree Causes Headache. In the far East has recently heec ilscovered a species of the acacia tree which Is a wonder of plant life. It crows to a height of about eight feel and when full grown closes its leaves together In colls each day at smi. et tind curls Its twigs to the slnine. of pig tails. After tho tree has Fettled It-ell thus for a night's sleep. If touched it vi 111 flutter as If agitated or impatient nt being disturbed. The oftener the foliage is molested the more violent becomes the shaking of the brunches and at length the tree emits a iiunse allng odor, which. If Inhaled for a fe moments, causes a violent headache Knew How Freshman Felt. The Inauguration of Dr. I.uiher to the presidency of Trinity college. 1 1 art ford, which took place recently, sug gested an Incident of a rainy duy some years ago. A freshman was vb1U lng along In fi out of Northam hall, when the strut) that held his books suddenly parted Hnd they were scat tered over the wet pavement. He was lust about to punctuate his thoughts with a few well-chosen words, when he heard some one Just behind him. Catching himself, he glanced over his shoulder and saw Prof. Luther, who smilingly said: "Say It; go on and say it I never can, you know." New York Times. His Cordial Indorsement. One of the stories attributed to. Bishop Potter concerns a young and Inexperienced clergyman who had Just been called to a city charge. At tbe end of the first month his salary w as paid by a cheek, and he took It to the bank and passed it in nt the pay lng teller's window. That official looked at It and then passed it back. "It's perfectly good," he suid, "but I will have to ask you to indorse It." Tho young clergyman took his pen and wrote across the face of the check, "I respectfully subscribe to the sentiments herein expressed." New York Times. Nimiel From Kannafl. Here Is a bunch of name." picked nl random from oue Issue of the Law rence Gazette: Dolph Blanipied. W. W. Calpltts. Jessie Mohundro. Marsaeles Bledseanx, Mrs. Dent Theseldiue. Win der Vries und John Hunt. Tupeka Capital llon-a Till.? We offer One Huudnal Dollars Howard Tor any case of Otlurru Unit cannot lie cured u.' Hall's (Jutumi Ciiru. K. .1. liiiKNKT A Co., Toledo, u. Wm, til undersigned, hnvo kuowu P. .1. t'liHiiey lor the Inst Ifi years, mid heltove liitn perfectly honorable in all business trunss'--ttons uad financially utile to carry ikiit any obligations niadn by their It nil. West A Tiicau Wuolcnlii Druggists, To ledo, C). Wai.uinu, Ki.nnan A Maiivin, Wholesale Druggists, Toll-do, (I. Hall's ( 'at arrh Cure Is taken Inturiinlly. act ing dtreetly upon the blood and iiiiicoussnr fsiws of ttiti systuiu. Testimonial sent fr.i. Price, 75c. mr bottle, hold by all Dnimristx. luku Hall's Family Pills lor mustiiiutiou. 1'lt.v Knr Anlmnls. A French lawyer. Leon Cler.v, left In his will the sum of NlUHMi francs, the interest on which Is to be given every year to whatever schoolteacher may be adjudged lo have done the most in inculcating pity for nuimais itmou the pupils. FITS pern imn.Iycura.l. No llts ornervoui. r.tmaftnr Irit day'd usaoi Dr. Kline's (irftlt NervoKeslorar, atrial b ittla.iud trautioiroj Dr.lt. H. Kline, Ltd., ltd! Aroh .St., Piiiln.. t'.i. At French penal colony the tumid have ui'iuii-d a b.md- Tn Cure a Colli 111 One Hay Take Laxative Itromo Quinine) ThIiIcIs. Ad dnii(ita ii'ftiuil money if il fait lo cuiu. K. V Urove'n signature is on box. 2ac. An cxlen-iive siihwav system lul ( 'ioi no is Hurler contciiipliilioii. .JamsuruPUo'Swiiro foKI.mstrnptt n .av.i t my life three yeur.4 ago. - Mas. 'J u.isus Ko i I iss, Maple St..Jforwijli, Nl'., I''ebl7. Hi ll Dan l.eiio, tht cmm-diaii, ieil liia t-Mu'.c If, Ilia widow and ilnhbi-ii. A (lllaruuteeil Cure Knr I'llei. Itching, blind, llli'i'diug or I'rolmdniji 1'ilt'i Dingbats will refund money il l'nu Ointment fails lu vine in U to 14 days. ."iCc. Med lis ure now said to he cheap in Man bind. Itch ciirtd in 30 minute by Wonllord'e Sanitary Lnlion. Never bull, uld by all liriiLTKintfi. $1. Mail orders ptomptlv li.lcd by 1)1-. K. Dcti.h on, (.'rawfoidiville, Ind. Cliihi liaa national biography, devoted entirely to women. t'ntarrb cured at home. I hree preparation lu one package. Ask your denier tor ' Dr. Hartley' (iruat llHturily." ol Uti tlinnrr. Ind. Mendelssohn a Youthful Prodigy. Mendelssohn used to conduct the concerts In his father's house when he wam en little that be had to be mount d on a high stool to be visible to bis orchestra. He played In public when he was 0, and at 11 composed a cautu a and produced nearly sixty move tnen4s, songs, sonatas; trios for vio lin, violoncello and piano, and organ pieces. ST. JACOBS OIL- fHH-W-fr-Ill V 1 t'M-Hi I J? iL Miss Rose Peterson, Secretary Parkdale Tennis Club, Chicago, from ex perience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. How m.vty tieautiful young giils develop into worn, listless and lioiiclcss women, simply lwcutiso sufficient attention litis not been paid to their physical development. No woman is exempt fiom physical weakness nnd jieriodic pain, and young girls just budding into woman hood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. If you Know of any j oiiiik lady who In sick, anil n!C-ds motherly advice, ask her to write to Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, Mass., who will give her ndvirc f roe, from a source of knowledge which in un equalled In tho country. 1 not hesitate about ntjitlng details which one may not like to talk about, aud which are essential for a full understanding of the case. "Dkaii Mrs. Pinkham: I feel it is my duly to write and tell you of the lienelit 1 have derived from your advice, and tbe use of I.ydia K. l'inkhani's Vegetable Compound. The pains in my buck and womb have all left me, and my menstrua) troulilo ii corrected. I am very thankful for the good advice you gave in.', und I shall recommend your medicine to all who suffer from female weakiuM.1 Jliss Faxmk Kujipe, VJ-22 Chester St., Little Ilock, Ark. (Dec. l i, Moo.) Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable) Compound will corn any woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflamma tion of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, n -rviiw prostration, and all forms of woman's special ills. S5QG0 FORFEIT!' eannot forthwith kbuTe iflSliiuuuULt, which will nruve ttielr abfolutu unniiiiiMirtH Bees Used Boiler for Hive. The mechanics, while at work on mi unused engine and boiler at the cranberry bog of F. H. Burgess at Sandwich Mass., lately, found that a swarm of bees had taken possession of the boiler nnd packed nearly every tube solid full of honeycomb. can be raised profitably only in soil containing plenty of Potash. All vegetables r-ciiire a fertilizer con taining at least lo per cent, actual Potash Without Potash no fertilfzrr It com plete, und failure will fotlcw its un. Vrorf fwrmff fhouM hftTrmrTloit)pbook on fiTtili'Miioti -llii'y iirtt tint udvertikhiu mutter lHnntiir nny Pit-iiil 1vrtrvr, hut lMMktif inithortlntivit in formal Inn llittt mrim larpritiUi itiw ftttiuor. k)Ot frMi tar lh It. hi U(. (.MIMA KALI UOKKM V Sm ftw Yvrfc. "Hf filbur hail Imi ufT.rar from hewlwli. for Hit tw.nlr ,er, aud .,.r found rrlli-l until ha b.,.n l.bl,,, , cMtr.u Slue. imhm, becuu lklii( Cmac.raw be kH ..., h.d III. h.tdu-1... Tli. bet. .ellr.1, .,.. hlla ' "'" d whet r raeomu.ad ih.a to do I Jill (IT. fOI h. t,,l. o h K M UlekM.. u K..le.,ei.. W.lud.Meillol4 BeM For Tk I - 'beweeW' i"wwwti vJi or c ATHAjmc UuuuUW to sure ur roar no,,, bek. . Sterling Remedy Cm., Chicago or N.Y. n Thompson's Eya Vatsr l-J-H-H-v-l- -Hi 111 I I I I t - H"lH J V ( TIAOC j. 1 MAkd. W Gardpn Truck 7X V Si., ii Miss Hannah E. Mer'shon, Collings wood, N. J., says : "I thought I would write and Ull yott that, by following your kind advice, I f jol like a new person. I was always thin and diilieito, and so weak that I could hardly do ar5'thtng. .Menstruation was irregular. "I triod a bottle of your Vegetable Com pound and began to feel lietter riht away. I con tinued its use, and am now well and strouff, and menstruate regularly. I cannot say pnougli for what your medicine dia lor inc. , How Hrs. Pinkham Helped t Fannie Kurnpe. produce the orlirlniil tcit-i nnd ilg-mtarw of Lydla l:. flukliuui Mud. Co., I.vun, Mm. .ivingston's True Blue Seeds. St'IKl U tlVt? 2-Cft.t Mfiii. Vlfr'U tllCD tiiuu y--ii one packet ri-i 11 (if I.tWf'.toil'B lM'nnty T 'r.ll, I.iv j ii a e, i.ivuitftoB'f Vtiu rnU ucuinber Ctt.fLv I-' u v pti au Iieft n:i I 'v rMiderful I, tl'iir. tit i our 1W Sft '1 Annual. Smd u back the empty bans fl v.-r will accept them a I 5 cent, each uu tiuv tinier a-.iiGuai.ioK to 5 cenlu ot er. 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