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Cured by Baths with
Soap to cleanse the skin,
gentle applications of Cuti
cura Ointment to soothe and
heal, and mild doses of Cuti
cura Pills to cool the blood.
A single Set, costing but One
Dollar often cures.
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No ill-smelling lamps to clean, and
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For light cooking it is convenient
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ACETYLENE is made in the base
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Beauty Spot of Wales.
The "Switzerland of Wales" is the
description applied to Bryn-y-Pin Pass,
a charming spot about four miles from
Abergele (Denbigh).
TEA
We couldn't moneyback
tea, if our tea weren't better
than tea as you know it.
Your grrooer return* your money If you doa't
like Schilling'* Bent.
Billville Proverb.
"Keep your eyes wide open on the
life road," says a Billville philosopher.
"I have seen the lion lie down with
the lamb, but the lion was blind, had
lost all his teeth, and had rheumatism
in his paws!"—Atlanta Constitution.
TEA
Schillings Best is not
extravagant.
Schilling's Best: Eco
nomical.
Your
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Celebrated English Cavern.
Bagshaw-Cavern, two miles long, is
situated in the vicinity of romantic
scenery at Bradwell, Derbyshire, Eng
TEA
There is comfort in tea,
good tea; there is little in
poor.
Try good.
Your grocer returns ji
like Schltltnir • Best.
money If you don't
Boy Ends His Life.
Because he did not want to chop
some stove wood for his mother, Wal
ler St. Clatr, of San Francisco, age 11,
went to the cellar and hanged himself.
WALKING IN THE WATER.
I Englishman the Inventor of
Life-Saving Apparatus.
Mr. McEvoy's life-saving apparatus
possesses several advantages. By It
he can walk In the water, and his ex
perinients certainly are interesting as I
showing that a man who cannot swim
may yet be sustained in. and make
considerable progress through, the
water. Few inventions in which in
flated belts are concerned secure the
progression of the wearer through the
water. Mr. McEvoy cannot be said to
walk "upon" the water; the element
envelops him almost up to the arm
pits. The value of the invention is
life-saving, and in that direction it cer
tainly appears to justify all the claims
made for it. In the Thames, off the
I Victoria embankment, the other day,
Mr. McEvoy gave a second demon
stration of the usefulness of the cos
tume which he has just completed.
The essential part of Mr. McEvoy's
invention is the coat, resembling in
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Life-Saving Apparatus.
many ways a pilot coat, but having
round the waist an air-belt, which
keeps the upper part of the body
above water. Attached to his legs the
inventor has a pair of gaiters, weigh
ing 2 pounds, each fitted with brass
wings, which open and shut as the
wearer "walks" through the water.—
—London Telegraph.
DIAMONDS WHILE YOU WAIT.
Valuable Crystals Made In Laboratory
of Prof. Moissan.
The art of making diamonds has
been given a step forward through a |
study of the diamond-bearing meteoric
Iron of Canon Diablo. In a section of
this famous meteorite Prof. Moissan
has found numerous diamonds—both
black and transparent—together with
graphite and phosphorus and sulphur
combined with iron. He has also
made experiments to determine the
effect of silicon, sulphur, and phos
phorus. Iron was fused with a large
mass of sugar in a crucible in an elec
tric furnace. A soon as the molten
iron had become saturated with car
bon—partly from the small
iron had become saturated with car
bon—partly from the sugar—a small
proportion of iron sulphide was intro
duced, and the crucible was plunged
into cold water. With rapid cooling
as an essential, the carbon crystal
lized out from the center of the mass.
The iron sulphide considerably in
creased the yield of diamond crystals,
as did also the silicon, but phosphorus
had no influence.—Science Siftings.
Beggar Takes Meals at Fine Hotel.
The London Pall Mall Gazette tells
a remarkable life story of a former
partner of Dick Seddon, the present
premier of New Zealand,
name is Thomas Burt, and he lost his
wealth. Mr. Seddon—although Burt
is reduced to selling matches in the
Strand gutter—recognized his old part
ner when he was visiting England,
and took him to the Hotel Cecil as his
guest. Burt was assured that so long
as he cared to come he could obtain
his three meals at the Hotel Cecil
every day. Since then the old man
has duly found his way to the hotel,
and at night sleeps at a common lodg
ing-house.
The man's
Trip Hammer Rock.
A curious formation which stands
perched near the top of a mountain in
the Wahsatch range, near the town
of Corinne, Utah, due to some mighty
convulsion of nature, it has stood thus
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a half day's climb up the mountain.
This probably is the only photo ever
taken of the rock.
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Jealous Dog Wanted Babe.
A large dog in Crewe (Eng.) recent
ly lifted a baby from its cot when the
mother was absent, walked off with it,
and left It, severely mauled, on a door
step some distance away.
WHI8KV NOT MADE TO DRINK
I vigoraling beverage!
mistaken
drink,
Sea Captain Asserts Its Proper Lice It
Externally.
The man who puts alcoholic bevor
ages Into his stomach with the Idea
that it is the proper receptacle for ln
has been much
Whisky is not made to
The proper way to vise it is to
let it soak into the system. The de
rivation of the word "soak," meaning
a toper, is traceable, perhaps, to the
external method of indulgence.
There is an old salt in the port here
who soaks up the liquor. He is Capt.
Swann of the British steamer Anglo
Chilean.
"In my early days I was a sprinter,"
says Captain Swann, "and 1 kept It up
long after I went to sea whenever
there was an occasion to try out the
stiffness of my joints ashore. 1 am
a good walker, because of having al
ways used whisky in my bouts when
ever I felt uneasy about my feet. It
is not a new idea, but one 1 learned
when a young man.
"I remember when 1 was spending
a time ashore in Scotland 1 went on a
walking trip and stopped at a 'pub'
in the Highlands and asked for the
usual ration of the best.' In Scot
land the portion is not mean. I took
off my shoes and poured one-half of
the measure into one shoe and the
remainder into the other. The pub
lican expressed his horror at the wast
ing of such valuable liquor on a man's
feet, but as I had paid his price it was
pone oi his business about the dese
cration of the liquor.
"I can say to any man who walks
much .hat if he uses whisky on his
feet, as 1 have exp.ained, and not in
his stomach, he will find refreshment
which will increase his ambition and
enable him to walk with a freshness
which was unknown before the appli
cation."—Baltimore American.
An Arabian Druid in Paris.
Strange mystics are discovered in
Paris every now and again. The lat
est is described as an Arabian Druid
who inhabited the Rue de la Micho
diere, a street in the center of the
city. His neighbors were startled at
midnight to hear weird and discordant
sounds issuing from the dwelling of
All Bonem, followed by ritualistic in
cantations and liturgical chantings, al
ternatively plaintive and fierce. The
reflection of flames was also observed.
When the door was burst open by the
police a man of huge stature was seen,
clothed in a long white sheet, his eyes
rolling wildly, and in his
bloodstained knife. Around
number of wax candles shed a mystic
light, and on a piano, which had
served as an altar, lay a disembowled
lamb. As a measure of precaution All
Bonem, the high priest, has been
taken into custody.—London Globe.
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taken into custody.—London Globe.
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There was an old man of Peru,
Who fell in a pail full of glue.
At table he wears
A mat and four chairs—
Suppose that should happen to you?
Origins of Fashion's Whims.
Fashions in dress often have their
origin In the wish to hide disfigure
ment.
The voluminous trunk hose
worn by English gallants at the begin
ning of the seventeenth century wer *
introduced, says the British Medical
Journal, by James I, as a means of
concealing an unsightly malformation.
! Slaves of fashion to whom Nature had
refused an adequate curve of the hip
had to supply the deficiency by art.
! Readers will remember the story told
by Carlyle of the discomfiture of the
unlucky courtier who sat down on a
nail, and on rising to receive his maj
I esty instantaneously emitted several
} pecks of bran, and stood a pitiable
[ ligure with his breeches hanging in
folds about his shrunken person.
Has Heart at Each Side.
A man with two hearts—one at each
side—has just been married in Rome.
Notwithstanding this strange freak of
I nature, the man enjoys vigorous
! health, and the physical system
i working excellently. His peculiarity
! has made his fortune, for he has been
1 much exhibited on the Continent, and
has settled in Italy owing to having
! fallen in love with a young woman of
the district where the wedding took
place. In consideration of a sum of
$15,000 the man with two hearts has
sold his body after death to the ana
tomical museum of Madrid,
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Soapsuds Kilt Currant Worms.
Reuben C. Clark of Berwick, Me.,
says that for years he has fought the
tent caterpillar and the currant worm
with a spray of soapsuds made from
old-fashioned soft soap. The remedy
has proved most satisfactory, the in
sects never moving after the solution
strikes them.
THE TURN OF LIFE
A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many
Dread Diseases—Intelligent Women Prepare
for It. Two Relate their Experience.
The "change of life" is
the most critical period
of a woman's existence,
and the anxiety felt by
women as it draws near
is not, without reason.
Every woman who
neglects the care of her
health at this time in
vites disease and pain.
When lier system is in
a deranged condition,
or she is predisposed to
apoplexy, or congestion
of any organ, the ten
dency is at this period
likely to become active
—and with a host of ner
vous irritations, make
life a burden. At this
time, also, cancers and
tumors are more liable
to form and begin their
destructive work.
Such warning symp
toms as sense of suffo
cation. hot flashes, head
aches backaches, dread
of impending evil, timid
ity, sounds in the ears,
palpitation of the heart,
sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipa
tion, variable appetite,
weakness and inquie
tude, and dizziness are
promptly heeded by in
telligent women who are
approaching the period
in life when woman's great change
mav be expected.
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calls from nature for help. The nerves
arc crying out for assistance and the
cry should be heeded in time.
Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com
pound was prepared to meet the needs
of woman's system at this trying
period of her life. It invigorates and
strengthens the female organism and
builds up the weakened nervous system.
It has carried thousands of women
safely through this crisis.
For special advice regarding this im
portant period women are invited to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and it will be furnished absolutely free
of charge.
Read what Lydia E. Pinkham's Com
pound did for Mrs. Hyland and Mrs.
Hinkle :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—
" I had been suffering with falling of the
womb for vears and wits passing through the
Change of Life My womb was badly swol
len; my stomach was sore; I lied dizzy sjiells,
sick headaches, and was very nervous.
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others FaiL
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monthly 1 ns>ailments as i he cure progresse» THIS HONEST
■IOTED. deal* a death blow to tnt* O"*«* 1 * Fakir who
demands all Cash, In exchange for empty promises. Did you ever hear of a Fakir refunding a
penny to a duped patient? Take no chain e* you cannot lose your money If yon don't pay It out.
Nine-tenth* of so called • WEAKNESSES OF MEN " are stmp y the result of enlarged or
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First Cherries in Europe.
Cherries were first brought in Eu
rope from Kerasunt, on the Black sea,
by Lucullus, about the year 70 B. C.
TEA
We drink it for drink; for
the taste, for the after glow
a good deal of taste and long
time glow for the money.
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like Schilling a Best.
That is, If He Is Married.
That man may safely venture on his
way who Is so guided that he cannot
stray.—Walter Scott.
DON'T FORGET
A larFP^oÄ. package tied Gross Ban Blue, only
Scents. The Kush Company. South Bend. Ind.
Easy Way to Acquire Health.
Deep breathing practised as a
regu
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hookiet: H.w to M.k. irood Tea.
Kills Himself for Pipe.
When Richard Mormongue entered
his apartments on the fourth floors of
the Rue Popincourt, Paris, he found
that his landlady had broken his pet
pipe. He at once committed suicide
by leaping from a window.
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I am sure Piso's Cure fop Consumption saved
my life three years ago.- Mrs. Thos. Robbins,
Maple Street, Norwich. N. Y.. Feb. 17. 1 'jOO.
Moths Damage German Dairies.
In Germany a great deal of damage
has been reported lately from the
large moths which infest dairies and
live on butter and milk.
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" I wrote vou for advice and commenced
treatment with Lydia K. I'inkham's Vefçe
tabîn (Compound an you diretded, and I am
happy to say that all those distressing symp
toms left me anil I have passed safely tWr<»ugb
the Change of Life, a well
recommending your medicine to all my
friends.Mrs. Annie K. G . Hyland, Cbester
town, Md.
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A not lier Woman's Case.
"During change of lib- words cannot ex
press what I suffered My physician said I
hail a cancerous condition of tliu womb. On*
day I rear! some of the testimonials of women
who had been cured by Lydia K. Pinkham «
Vegetable Compound, and 1 decided to try it
anti to write you for advice. Your medicine
made mea well woman, and all my bad symp
toms soon disappeared.
" I advise every woman at this period of lifs
to take vour medicine and w rite you for ad
vice."—'Mis. Lizzie Hinkle, Halem, Ind.
What Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Hyland and
Mrs Hinkle It will do for any woman
at this time of life.
It lias conquered pain, restored
health, and prolonged life in cases that
utterly baffled physicians.
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BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
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Students are prepared for West
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.tops discharges, heals inflammation and
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Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in pur«
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, germicidal
sud economical tlua liquid antiseptics for all
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 80 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book of Instructions Free.
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