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Tt Git Almbaitini Rism/u T'm Muit Ait f*r Alabmitrmi 6j Noms r ou the Package That Puts Health freer fulness in Your Home imy, papered, painted or kalsomined walla are a and offensive to the discriminating housewife. economical, so durable, to unitary, so easy to mix and ersally used in securing proper wall condition! aed in the hornet, schools, churches and on all kinds of-interior ster, wallboard, over painted walls, or even over old wallpaper Iwall and not printed in aniline colors. I packed in dry powder in full five pound packages, requiring - to mix, with directions on each package. You will readily omy of Alabastine over other methods, and remember h is ' I the finest homes and public buildings everv Be sure you get Alabastine, and if your dealer ot or will not supply you, write direct for sample I and color designs with name of nearest dealer New walls dirnsnA Alabastine, old walls «> ati Alabastine. Alabastine Company i Grandvillc Ave. Grand Rapids, Mich. noRNF.s core; him'.? t se Spohn's Distemper Compound to break It up anti grt them bark in condition. Twenty-ala yeara' use ha* made "Hpohn »*' indlapenaable In treating Cough» and Colds. Influenza and Distemper, with their resulting compli cations, and all diseases of the throat, nose and lungs Acta marvelously as a preventive, acts equally well aa a cure. %<è cents and $116 per bottle at drug »tores, 8POHN MEDIC AL COMPANY. Goahen. Ind. bows about politic« I [gets in a political inng the laundress tiowy wash on the ippy duy" because llall Blue. Saw Action. jdreraft battery bad for the first time Determined, like |nt to let anything it blazed away in voelferously at Itpeared in the sky. jliirly active session across an old [him bow the out tit illy," answered the fion. "We brought other day." that's wonderful ! |cs have done that, it got the figure about It." replied lly. "One Hoche and [Home Sector. i ■nets. Hussy moved Into >r. the "Uplifter" can't exactly call, lout on her veranda at lier. The only on people like that |Hussy looked nt the or and said to her it ! I suppose I ink to lier. Perhaps will let me show hair."—Life. poultry fancier: : in chickens is what An Invigorating Table Beverage real part of the meal, merely something to with your food— isTUM Cereal >u feel that something îrferes with your .___ 1th. stop tea and cof* and use this popular Ll\k* There's a Reason" fo raise in price. by Postum C ere al Company Battle CreeK . Michigan. I Tin* fool politician fights friction; the wise one uses soft soap. Important to Mothora Examine carefully every bottle of OASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that It Signature of In Use for Over 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Too Much for Her. Four-year-old Harold whs going away on a visit. 111s mother had been giving him linal Instructions in table etiquette and the general impor tance of being polite. llis six-year-old sister listened with i Increasing disdain. Finally, unable to bear It any longer, she said : "Now, mother, if Harold's going up there to act n d—n sissy. I'm not go ing."—Home Sector. How Her Husband Felt. "Has my husband appeared to miss me during the month I have been away, Mary?" "Well, ma'am, at first lie seemed In very high spirit«, hut toward the end of the time he became less cheerful, and yesterday, ma'am, he was just miserable."—New York Evening Post. Says A Dusty Worm. "Why don't you marry him?" "He has such freakish Ideas, he's a worm of the dust." "But ns long a« he Is n worm with the dust, what do you «'are?"—Boston Transcript. Work! Work! that is nty unfailing cure for all troubles.— Lydia Maria Child. Virtue Is almost anti-everything. Most of the cotnmuudments are "don't." WRAPS FOR FORMAL DRESS > % T HE loose-hanging ample oupellke wraps, from plain capes to draped dolmans that were worn In rich furs and fabrics during the winter month.« made a strong appeal to wom en who dress smartly. They proved very graceful and becoming and ex ceeded coats in elegance, even when emits were made of the same mate rials. They grew in popularity and It followed that wraps for wear at the Southern resorts and for evening or formal afternoon dress In the spring, have been designed on the same line*«. At the resorts cu|tes In both qulei and lively colors and of many kinds of materials are noticeable on women who dress with distinction. Some of them refuse to dispense with fur In collars or hands and one may see capes of duvetyn in dark orchid or purple tones with marten collars, or of deep-rose color embroidered In gray with gray scjulrrel collar. Satin In heavy quality appears in turquoise. In white and In black lined with a color. Rich gold brocade with plain colors in TAILORED HATS FOR MOURNING i I EL E Ni KP'I for the fir«t tlin*«- month« [ in jicriiais of mourning, crape 1« | us d tq-aringiv in mourning millinery. It i ;ts t..-a-tI rej !ttcwd h> the several kind* of silk 'It**t »re usitl for making th.- exquisitely tient lints that nr** up prov.il for this fjrcela; kind of head wear. tieorcette nnd mnlinea. with silk nets, ure to I»* countetl among ovall nbl* silk*. Ix-sldo« the rnrieti.-* that nre manufactured especially for mourning weiir. The ia«t 1* the Iwst likcd by designers when they are re qe«i«l to make fjidoretl lints. Very little tiimming find« place >n these tailored hats, and such orna ments as are used, are oftenest made ■f the same silk a« the hat. or of faille or grosgrnin ribtxm. Both In making hat« and trimmings. Intricate and perfect workmanship t* at a pre mium (iraeeful shat*-*, conservative in line, and size are the correct begin ning for all mourning millinery. The group of three silk bats shown in tie picture above may be taken as cri terion« by which to measure up sitni ar hats. Euch of tie*« shapes has a trim that ! velvets, as henna, sapphire end king's blue, make up superb wraps in whb h the brocade forms a deep yoke and the velvet a cape which Is gathered to the yoke. The satin cape which Is shown here Is a type that portrays the favored lines of these wraps. Any appropriate color ruuy be chosen for this remarkably well-designed gar ment. It has a deep tltiml yoke sup porting a huge putt of satin, which Is substituted for the usual fur collar, The lower part of the wrap Is very full and gathered onto the yoke. The III» lug Is not so full and allows the Dot tom edge of the cape to he gathered into a little fullness and turned un der. Very wide black velvet ribbon tacked to the base of the yoke and All ished with a loop and ends nt the front, makes a sparkling contrast with the light satin and a wonderful finish ing touch. Occasionally one sees a cup* of black moire made with u deep yoke and the yoke ornamented with three hands of narrow velvet ribbon. Blank satin enpos are always dependable Htid always worn. [ | f* wide enough to support a veil con veniently to protect the eye*. A good many sn art mourning tint« r»> f;i«s-d with white a tel In one of these, white georgette, on the underhrim, prove« more tie* ofnifig than block, and an uje standing Mange covered with gr<>*grnin rilitxin and a phiited ro«ett< mode of it provide the trimming. The hat at the left has It* crown neatly covered with Ida* folds and s plain brim. A very clever trimming is made of narrow grosgrafn rlM«m . iwi*t«-d and nrrnnge<l in two ,<«q.s that J look like two leave- an«l ends that -Imuiate stern«. The bist hat hn* a plain covering of silk and Is dra[»ed with Irregular folds and wing« of silk ! at the side«. Table Lin«n. I^-af effects are nj*« ially populsi now for talile linen« and of these th« bands' 'tuest is thu oak leaf design. YOU'LL SOON LOOK OLD FROM HERE UP Let "Okndarin«" check that dandruff and atop hair falling. naaty Qet a small bottle of "Danderlne" at any drug store for a few cents, pour a little Into your bund ami rub well Into the scalp with the linger tips. B> morning most, if not ult, of this awful scurf will have disappeared. Two or three applications often remove every hit of dandruff and slop falling hair. Every hair on sculp shortly shows more life, vigor, brightness, thickness und color.—Adv. Th« Retort Courteous. He- Dun't you try to make a fool of me. ie—Not after your boast« of lx* lug a self-made man and doing tlie Job much better than I could. RUB RHEUMATISM OR SORE, ACHING JOINTS Rub Pain Right Out With Small Trial Bottle of Old "St Jacobe Oil." Rheumatism Is "pain" only. Not one case In fifty require* Internal treatment. Stop drugging. Huh smith ing. penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" right Into your sore, «tiff, aching joints and muscles, and relief conies Instantly. "St. Jacobs Oil" Is a harmless rheu matism cure which never dlsuppotnta and cannot hum the skin. Limber tip! Quit complaining' Oct a small trial bottle of old, honest "St. Jacobs Oil" at any drug store, and In just a moment you'll be free front rheumatic pain, soreness, stiff ness and swelling. Don't suffer! Re lief nwalts you. "St. Jacobs Oil" hna cured millions of rheumatism sufferers lit the last half century, and Is Just aa good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, sprains.—Adv. Swabbing Yarns! \ Slob You buve to keep things neat on shipboard? Dob Bet dm ' Scrubbulottlly clean ■Cartoons Magazine. .ia, .n low. **■ and erly ily an th* few of of to be • 100 %_PEP! If Constipated, Bilious or Headachy, take "Cascarets." Feci bully! Be efficient! Don't Mny sick, htlltiu«. headachy, oonatlpntel. Remove the liver and bowel polaon which Is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, your breath had and atomach sour. Why m»t spend a few cent a fur u Imx of ('nacareta and enjoy the nicest, gentlest laxative-ca thartic you ever experienced? Tas curets never gripe, sicken or Incon venience one like Salts, OH, Calomel or harah Pills. They work while you sleep.— Adv. Ustinlly no more Junk than you v bought It. e got for old pu> If you $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh 1 » a lo« »I iliee.tee greatly Influ era e<l by <«<n«Ututtonal condition» It therefore require* < on*t)tuHonnl treat ment H A U/H <'ATA Hltll M KIMCINK 1* taken Internally and »« t* through th^ Blood on the Mu«-ou* flurfnrwn of the fl>* tein HAI.l.'H f'AT A ft HI I MKI'HTNL destroy* the f'MihdMtlon of the dlaenee fflvee the pat lent etrength by Improving i the genera) health and .ier.»t* nature In I doing tic work H » '*> f or any * hr# of Catarrh that IfAM.H « ATAltltH MKHt<"INE (all* cur# firurrists K J Cheftfiy A <' T*»tlmool»1* fre "Ail tto "1 cp iimi Hu «. art - - : - No Scarcity. orhl » h sing« licit) of moll Mm - . m e rti 'Ft, ZSLê*> - r ■ «g V s- f . y* * * ? _ U. , % \\ in WESTERN CANADA - Is profitable aa grain growing. Succtaae* •* wonderful aa tin** trom « r ow i ng wb-at. in**, barter, awt fta* ha** been iwk in ratais« Moraa*. Cain«, a heap amé Ho«*, hrigl.- auenreiur.«*». outra »utM RT keert. g wgte-r, etjtrrm * j* f odder crop* * theer epe»l tuccrw l * -«• 1 annex tad Hock raaer And rr member, you t»n buy •• ttiy lecm® r ,'arm Land at *15 to *30 An Acre ' -!*rv4 equal to that which through many year* haa y^àed trom 10 U 41 Out j mi wheel ta tha aara —grating land etmeeruen to mood _ r cram fa^mb at pnportionatr.y F-w priera The** land» baea every rural convwufner, gor*1 ichooaa» charchea. roada. lela pbuoci, etc-. c»*ae to Lre towns and good market». If roa want to get back to th* farm, o* to tam> on a krm •cat* than ta 00*01 U* under Torn itfraaot rtaytSiur.*, la«»M- , gat« what Waatara Canada ha* la affar you. | «or illaatralii m a aa tw S t* S>^ *~1 fsatj-aOr* n«or4mc >' ' ' •Mlway raiaa. loracta* ■ ( tae«. au . *et*> la U nalWa I a* bai Oaa. Ottaa.*. « . ■■»*■. w _ _ . | ». B. BLACK. CUIIaH Block, ft a a l Farha, ». DdU B, BADDCLiND. Daaa Block. Oaoat Falla, «or* 1 Caaa-lian iioT.fnu.-at Aa-m» AFTER 6 YEARS-STILL WELL Now Strong tnd Hearty Though Cm Looked Hopeless "Six year* age I «u in awful condi tioo," up E. h I'hase, 3C E. Cross St., Ypoilanti, Mich. "My family w*. t«lil I couldn't live more thin two month*. 1 waa in eonutant p»in from the uric and auJ Ohm against the heert. «a no bed with rle-um vti*m m y leg* ittmcd *11 di««n up My b » rk never •topped hurting The kidney *rcrr tu II* were held bark until only a frw drops esnie «nd I bloated un til I thought un ► km would bur*'. M v leg* w ere tw ire then normal *\u "The tritt seemed to fill my <-h«*»t and pre»« For three month« I never moved out of the rieur ind • linked »ad g-t*|tcd for breath like d> ing man. All the doctoring (.riled, and my weight went fmm ISA to 123 pound* "Boas'* An Inry J'r lit mm-.I my life Eleven Due* cured me of every com p'.rint, I have l>ern well nt year* and able to work ** hard m* *ny man." Sworn to Wfore me. FLOYD K. DAUOKTT, Noury Public Get Dean'* at Aag Steen, Me e B*e DOAN'S %*,•■** FOSTER-MU*URN CO. LL> BUFFALO, N. T. BELCHING Caused by Acid-Stomach Cat KATnNIC, th* wondarful mod.rn atomach r*m*«>f. civ* you ssuk r*li*t trom mutual mi balrhin«. food rapaaona. In.ligaatton. blo*l*d. ***.y Momut. dy*e*l> .ia, haartburn und eth*r stomach mlaarla* Th*y sr* *11 causait toy AaM-MaMali from which about sin* p*opl* out of l*n lotfsr .n on* w*y or anolto*r On* writ** aa fal low. "tutor* I u**d KATONIC, t could nor **■ • bit* without toalehinc It right up. *our and totitar I hav* not had • hit of trouble alnc* th* (trat tabtat " Million* ar* victim* of Aald-il am* «h without knowlne It. Thay ar* weak and alllnd. hav* poor dla**ttnn. bodla* improp erly nourlahad although they may aat heart ily tirav# dtaordara ar* likely to follow If an aeld-atomacb I* neglected Clrrboala af th* liver, tniaatlnai rung aat Inn. «aat rota, catarrh of th* atomach—thaa* ar* only n few of th* many allmania often cauaad ky Add * Miintsebi A sufferer from Cslsrrh of th« dt amorti of II yooro' otondlns wrltee: *T ho<l cotorrh of th* itwiutrh for II lone yooro ond I «ov#r found onythlnc to do »*»• sei- food—)Mt lomporory relief until I uo»d BATON 1C. It to o wundmefMi rotuody ond I do not woei t« be without It." If tom or« not feeHim SSlto right —1*< fc mercy ond »Bthnalutn ond don't know where to loeet* the trouble'-—try ÜATONIC ond eee how mu< h better you will fool I» • very w»y At oil drug otor«o -o big boo for At« ond your money bnrb If yon sr* not tot lolled Vaseline Rrd U S Pal Off Carbolated PETROLEUM JELLY A convenient, safe antiseptic Thorpe use. Invaluable fer dressing cuts and soies. Ä time-tried remedy. BxrusB subs rn vi es mmpfgmwB.UK Staat« Street Vtw York Traveler a Will Find e Warm Welcome at tho Hotel West MINNEAPOLIS SintiHi Print—Stmct Out W'o(iA»wJ FRECKLES soaiTtvn W N U.. B I L LINGS. NO. 13-19/0.