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MCIPK FOR QRAY HAIR.
' it, d^irni ^u. A 4ny _ or you can . . , . •* T «7 little cost. It will ffadnaOr darken streaked, faded gray hair and will make harsh hair soft and *1 o«t lit will not eo*or the scalp, is no t sticky or greasy, and does not rub off.—Adv mix it A woman can't talk as much at a funeral as she can at a wedding, but she seems to enjoy It anyway. 000 KNOWS what SHE SUFFERED ij Gokfendale, Wash..'— "I wish to ten in my OTO.w&y about Dr. Pierce's medi cines. _ In the year 1902, in January, I was taken sick with Vomiting. -No thing would stay on my stomach at all, not even a drink of water and God alone knows what I suffered, and along in June or July my kidneys bothered me. I got so weak I could hare _ around the nouse, D®"" *® my three children were ytf Kmÿy I got Dr. Pierce's GaMm Medical Disoovwy and took two bottles and today I have no stomach trouble whatever. Whenever I feel bad Inandpt the Pleasant Pellets or some of I«. Pierce s medicines and it always h4»ua*soon."-*».CL M. PmmS, "After sufferii disgy, weak and walk _ nervous, ™, down by weak . . <*my *e*-my eyes sunken, black J*™*™« P"* dwoks—I was restored toh ealth by jb* Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pœroe." ^ So write many women. too la looks, lor after taking ., Favorite Prescription the akm becomes dear, the eyes brighter, the cheeks plump. Dr. Druggist» sell it in tablets or liquid. It s a woman's best temperance tonic, made born wild roots. *'CURES OF BAB-BLOOD, STOMACH, KIDNEY AND NERVOUS TROUBLES" Seattle, Wash.:—"I was in a general run-down condition. Had bad blood, stomach trouble, kidney trouble and suffered from nervousness. I took three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and a few bottles of Dr. Pieroe's Favorite Prescription and was completely cured and bave never been siek a day smoe."— -Mss. IAabt HaBxnta. «07 27th Ave. Vaseline Red. U. S.Pat. Off. ated * PETROLEUM JELLY An antiseptic dressing for cuts sores, etc. A necessity where there are children. AJOID SUBSTITUTES «BEMEEgSSm MTO.CO. liait Street New York €onstipation and Sluggish Liver Don't take chancea. Get Carter*a Little liver Pille right now. They never fail to make the Hver do its duty. They relieve constipa- Iab m tioiig hwnijih in digestion, driveout bilt ITTl ^Yl e dizziness, Clear the com» plexion, put a healthy glow on the cheek and sparkle in the eye. Be sure «dgetthsgemiiiie. hufll Pm-lhe»n Peer ffwsll Price CAimrS IKON PILLA, Nature's and blood tonic for great nerve Aaesta, — N end Peaude Weakness. VICTIMS RESCUED I Kidney, liver, bladder xnd uric ndd troubles are most dangerous be cause of their inaid ions attacks. ^ Heed the first warning they give \ that they need attention by takin g ; I Tho world's standard rsmady for thsas GOLD MEDAL YF^BIinJBN _and atrongthm tho body further attacks. Throoai>sa,aU druggiMa CoU M«U1 Cuticura Soap AND OINTMENT Clear the Skin 2S sad 56c, Tslasa 2S«. MONTPELIER EXAMINER. , ... historic Mount Vernon, as It Appears When Photographed From an Airplane S - ' ♦«•»nor* xt «. , ■Hi -.1 < ■ tX I Mil F*#*-''; 4 g: j til ? ' r Sit Li c. LUm An airplane view of Mount Vernon, the horns of George Washington. The photograph glve3 an excelltot Idea of the home's location In tho Virginia hilla facing the Potomac river. MOUNT VERNON IN EARLY DAYS Irving's Description of Washing ton's Home Brings Famous Spot Vividly Before Reader. OUNT VERNON was beauti fully situated on* a swelling height, crowned with wood, aud commanding a magnifi cent view up and down the Potomac. The grounds Immediately about It were laid out somewhat In the English taste. The estate was apportioned Into sep arate farms, devoted to different kinds of culture, each having Its allotted la borers; much, however, was still cov ered with wild woods, seamed with deep dells and runs of water, and In dented with Inlets—haunts of deer and lurking places of foxes. . . . • "No estate In United America," ob served Washington In one of his let ten», "Is more plensantly situated—In a high and healthy country; In a lati tude between the extremes of heat and cold ; on one of the finest rivers In the world, a river well stocked with vari ous kinds of fish at all seasons of the year." . . . These were as yet the arlstocratlcal days of Virginia. The estates were large, and continued In the same fam ilies by entail. Many of the wealthy planters were connected with old fam M T: \ w s . V , ■r •:? lr!2 X George Washington. Famous Portrait by Pea le. The young men. llles In England, especially the elder sons, were often sent to finish their educatif* there, and on their return brought out the tastes and habits of the mother coun try. The governors of Virginia were from the higher ranks of society, and maintained a corresponding state. The "established" or Episcopal church pre dominated throughout the "ancient dominion," as It win» termed. . . . Lived in Opulent Splendor. A style of living prevailed among the opulent Virginia families In those days that has faded away. The houses were spacious, commodious, liberal In all their appointments, and fitted to with the free-handed, open cope hearted hospitality of the owners. Nothing was more common than to see handsome services of plate, elegant equipages, and superb carriage horses —all Imported from England. The Virginia planters were prone to leave the care of their estates too much to their overseers, and to think per sonal labor a degradation. Washlng ton into his rural affairs the same method, activity, and circumspec tion that had distinguished him In mili tary life. He kept his own accounts, posted up his books, and balanced them with mercantile exactness. We have examined them, as well as his diaries recording his daily oraupations, ; and his letter-books, containing entries of shipments . . . and correspondence with his London agents. They are monuments of his business habits. The pi*wiucts of his estate also became so noted for the faithfulness, as to quan tity and quality, with which they were put up. that It Is said any barrel of flour that bore the brand of George Washington, Mount Vernon, was ex empted from the customary Inspection In the West India ports. He rose early, often before daybreak In the winter when the nights were long. On auch occnslons he lighted his own Are. nnd wrote or read by candlelight He breakfasted at seven In summer, at eight In winter. . . . Immediately after breakfast he mounted his horse, and visited those parts of the estate where any work was going on, seeing to everything with his own eyes, and often with his owh band. Relaxation In Gaystlss. Occasionally he and Mrs. Washing ton would pay a visit to Annapolis, at that timer» the seat of government of Maryland, and partake of the gayetles which prevailed during the session of the legislature. The society of these seats of provincial governments was polite and fashionable, and more ex clusive than In.these republican days, being, In n manner, the outposts of the British aristocracy, where all places of dignity and profit were secured for younger sons nnd poor but proud rela tives. During the session of the legls Inture dinners and bolls abounded, and there were occasional attempts at the atricals. The latter was an amusement for which Washington always had a relish, though he never had an oppor tunity to gratify It effectually. Neither was he disinclined to mingle In the dance ; and we remember to have heard venerable Indies, who had been belles In his day. pride themselves on having had him for a partner, though, they added he was apt to be a ceremonious and grave one. In this round of rural occupation, rural amusement and social Inter course, Washington passed several tranquil years. His already established reputation drew many visitors to Mount Vernon ; some of his early, com panions In arms were his occasional guests, and his friends and connections linked him with some of the most prominent and worthy people of the country, who were sure to be received with cordial but simple and unpretend ing hospitality. . . . • He was active by nature, and eminently a man of busi ness by habit. As Judge pf the County court, and member of the house of burgess»*, he had numerous calls upon his time nnd thoughts, and was oft»* drawn from home; for whatever trust he undertook he was sure to fulfill with scrupulous exactness.—Washing ton Irving. Famous Works of Art 7771 r m ü 'X SLA ? l n : ► I Û i V/ 1 ■ Bronze doors in th# Capitol at Wash ington. Th# subject i# th# ovat on tendered to the first présida n t, at Tren ton. N. J. in 178A. That people won't loam frotn tho rx|irrlrnr» of other* I* pnirol by rh# fact (tin! every now anil thon none now pmphrl hobs up and seta a data for tlir and of (ho world. No wonmn objfota to omhurklu; on a courtship. A nie«; man refura* to atand nn«l let oihrrti pluck him. When a political hanger-on la III he wants a sinecure. No. Rose, the Ashing smack wasn't Invented by the summer girl. We haven't looked up the statistics hut tt'a our guess that there are moro »liver wedding anniversaries celebrat ed every day In the year than thoro divorce «.Its started—Detroit Free l'raaa. Kven a lawyer objects to Iteing cross questioned by his wife. It sometimes happens that a mnn knows almost as much as his son. The average woman la shy—when It comes to telling her age. Our Idea of a frensled financier Is a man who buys a pockcthook on credit. The older a wan la the weaker he la. but It's different with butter. A wise young man passes up the pretty girl and marries a homely »me who can cook. CHIPS The qm-en of the tea table not only reigns, but she pours. SCIENTIFIC NOTES. This earth Is frequently designated as "she" because no mnn knows the age thereof. The peak «>f Tenerlff i-ssts a shadow BO miles long on the ocean. An extravagant mnn Is always preaching economy to his wife. Many an octogenarian can attrlhute his longevity to the fact that he never called a man a liar. A new flreless cooker utilises the steam from a heating radiator. It's sometimes difficult to distinguish a barber from a butcher. A flexible steering wheel shaft for automobiles is a French Invention. There are times when economy to more foolish than extravagance. When fortune begins to smile on some men they think It Is up to them to alt down and bask In the amlle«. Peruvian petroleum ranks next to Russian for the quality of luhrlcunts It yields. The occasion Is always around some« here a hen It Is required. RANDOM THOUGHTS It's the natural faith of a woman Ihnl enables her to believe the thtnga she wants to when she knows aha doesn't. Most people In love net as If tlielr corns hurt. A perforated shield prevents the flame reaching bread on a new toaster for gas stoves. It Is folly to make a friend of a man your dog dislikes. A safety lamp for mines using ben sine for fuel without »lunger has bran perfected In Europe. A FEW DONT'S Retter retract a wrong step than pursue a wrong course. Ihm't cultivate excluslveneas. The Chln»»se government is planning a radio servie* that will warn ship ping of typhoon »langera. Don't become wholly self »-entered. Many a man's reputation casts a shadow over his character, Ihw't vat more than you feel yoe have I«*. II takes sn expert to tell the differ ence between war and p«>a<* In Mex ico. A new motor truck camp body Is de signed to unload bricks und pile them In stucks without damage. Don't count u|Min any "pull" which you yourself did not create. When a girl thinks ns rnnrh of a ■nan as she tines of herself—that la love. If not cracked, a frazen »»gg can lie thawed and resloml In usefulne** by placing It In Ice cold water. Ikiii'l forget that there are no ex press trains lo the siimmlis of eurcee* tu hear opportunity knocking at your door until you have trnln<>»l yourself lu rraignlze her whs* ■die »-niiim. Ihm'! egpecl It I» entirely too eaay to get mar rled nnd tininnrrle»! In this gri-at land of the free. Pneumultr mottirs have been de slgned to operate uugers for Ixiriug holes in logs for lumbermen. Horn»* may he a world of love shut In and a world of strife shut out— or vice versu. The Rroxlllnn government maintains .1 snuke furtn for the production of a serum antidote A>r snake Idles. Ihm't fancy that others «ucceetWd because of mere luck and that you ara where you are solely becatse lurk dM not come your way. A sii|»erstltloua Individual says It la a bail sign to wrlta another man's name on n note. A Frenchman Is the Inventor of a flourless lireml making muchlne that converts whole wheat Into dough. GETS ALL BUT THE GOBBLE Showing How a Chef Who Really Knowa His Business Can Dis sect a Turkay. Ever ask Charlie Baer, Clnypool hotel chef, how to curve a turkey when turkey la On «•«•ills a I'.-uml mid you want to save everything hut the gobble? Ever ask Charlie? Oo at It this way : "Chnrlle, I've Invested my life's sav ings In o turkey. I wunt to make that bird pay." "Oh, yes, yes," Charlie answers. "Yes, yes." Then he grabs a turkey and n butcher knife—turkey in the left hnml. knife In the right: Zippy! Off comes a. leg! Zippy Off coin«* the other leg! Zippy! Off cuim-s one wing! Zippy! Off cotm-s the oilier wing ! Then all you have to do la lo draw tht knife gently through the white meat. "And you can iniike simp out of 'lie neek and sauce out of the giblets," said Charlie. See? Thut'show! Looking Forward. They have just liccome ongug»*d. "I shall love." she cooed. "to sharo all your griefs nnd troubles." "But, darling," he purred. "I have none." "No," she agreed ; "hut we are married." mean When Aggressiveness may carry a man .'hrough the world, bnt he'll n»*«l «-on slderable philosophy as ballast. That Popular Drink so much used nowadays in place coffee — of INSTANT POSTUM Sold at the same fair price as al ways. No raise. M grocery everywhere Mad« by Postum Cereal Company BattU Creek. Micbjgao V J. JUST THE THING FOR PRINCE Conditions Bslng In Europa What They Ara, Prosa Agent Had De cidedly Good Idea. I assisted the other day at what may prove to lie the springs and origin of the next grant International mar riage. The prass iigcnt for an organi sation which d»>nl* In philanthropy for Europe was talking: "I want to bring Prince Itoalotskt over here n»*xt year," said he. "I think 1 enn marry hint to some ulce Ameri can girl." "That'll lu- ni«*." I said. "Especially for the prince." "That's right," said the prass agent, serhiusly. "Then- Isn't a royal family In Europe that Is open to him Just now. He could not get Into some of them—he ain't such a much of n prince, you know—mid It would not pny hint to marry Into some of the others. They have n»i money tr thrones or pain»-»* <»r anything left." "Ho you think It wouhl lie a good Idea for him to marry Into some well to-do fn»-lory family over here?" "Sura," said the press agent.—New York correspondeni-e of the Kansas City Star. Reflections on a Hoad. Professor—"If the gentleman In th# hack row will kindly remove bis hat I will continue and point <mt a con crete example."—Yah- Itecord. ■ ■ First Inw Hint ever was oisiln uns rirsi ihw mat ever was made was shattered—that which pretw-rilied what Adam and Kve shouldn't do. Prison Frida. "1 hot*," sn id th«* governor la lha departing convict, "that you won't ga hack to your ohl nsaoelatlana." "No, air. I don't propose to mi elate with anylMMly who illdn't hava the advantages of Just as goo»l a pris on as I had." 48,000 DrufStoraiSdllL^ Five million people^ use it to KILL COLDS HILL'S CASCARA^QUiNiNE ■tandsrd col* r.mWr to » »» run — »S UbUt lots, «st«. »». SO —kr.sk, sg s *»14 la M hour,—ollno grig Is I 4m k. Mom, kwh U 1» luit m ••aulne kos be. e leg leg wltb Mr. Mitre » gUlure. Al AU Dreg gseiss MILLIONS Suffer from Acid-Stomach Million, of g .Agio osffor ,,er eflor from ellm.nl. effoellns grsclleell, .»erg F»' 1 . »»dr »o».r dreeml*# »bei ibolr : »I b.elth rea be tree.») 4ir.o<l, to eeM Momoch »1er. I. Ik# r.oees g»«,r ets.aito* „».on. goer nojrtshm.nl .1 ib, eifforeM «■•*• •*-» of tb. ben. The ktoog is I Imgov.rl.b-'l beecm.e ».eh. »bis, einet leb. Im.ni. of monr Slnilo .print from eueb rMumaiigm, ItMR. All eonillllniia HlllottaMM, b*|o, BcUtlas. gunmrml ! *n4 «iiFrtfr. Mf»i.Mgfi»«g, mental 4*pree*D. _ _ MrlotM Alimenta ««eh a« «elarfh «»4 g«MBf •f tha Moffiark. InteatInal «lr«m. tlrrfeaOl 9i ihm llvtr, fcnnrt (rtgblo .n #f then* gm» •fUn bn irnr«4 •llrn^ily lo «rid Hnmagk Knnp • Ehar» kwliBtil far Ida Ar«« gyn«. , t#fn« of ne 14 atomar h I n <11« eat Ion. 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