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A USEFUL APRON FOR MISSES
AND GIRLS. Pattern No. 576.*.—A practical work apron such as the one here shown. Is a very useful gaunent to possess and should be included in every girl's wardrobe. The skirt is long enoitgb to cover the entire dress, and haugs straight and full from a round yoke. The long sleeves are gathered Into straight wristbands, but they may be omitted if a sleeveless apron is pre ferred. Percale was used for the de velopment, but gingham, chainbray and butcher's linen are all appropri ate. For a girl of 12 years three and one-quarter yards of 3(5-lnch material will be required. Sizes for 8. 10, 12, 14 and 1G year*. This pattern will be sent to you on receipt of ten cents. Address all or ders to the Pattern Department' of this paper. He sure to give size and number of pattern wanted. FiVE-GORED PETTICOAT. Pattern No. 5760.—A practical and well-fitting design for a petticoat is shown in the illustration developed fn cambric with flounce of embriodery. It. is designed with especial regard to the proper adjustment of the dress skirt, as the up-to-date skirt must be per/ectly smooth and trim around the hips, a condition only attained by perfect-fitting underwear. The lower edge has the fashionable tlare, and js finished by a dust rutile, under the gathered flounce. The pattern also provides a circular flounce. Long cloth, muslin, nainsook and silk are all suggested for the making. The 26 inch waist requires six and one eighth yards of 36-inch material. Sizes for 22. 24, 2«, 28, 30 and 32 inches waist measure. This pattern will be sent to you on receipt of ten cents. Address all or ders to the Pattern Department of this paper. He sure to give size and number of pattern wanted. Human Strength. Experiments upon a nmber of men have shown that a man five feet high and weighing 126 pounds will lift on an average 166 |>oumls through a ver tical distance of eight inches; or 217 pounds through a height of 1.2 inches. Others. 6.1 reft high and weighing 183 pounds, could lift the 156 pounds to n height of 13 inf lies, or 217 pounds to a height of six Inches. Other men six feet Ihree Inches high and weighing IDS tionndn could lift 156 pounds to a height of 16 Inches, or 217 pounds to a height of nine inches. My a great variety of experiments It was shown that the average human strength is equivalent to ralftlftg 30 pound* through a distance or two and one-half f"et in one second. Unfailing Sign. "Do you think thnt man and woman we Just passed are married'" • l know so." "How can you toil?" "Mo was waikln ; about three feet ahead of her."—Milwaukee Hentlnel. Wanted u Change. Excuse me, hav-j you a clcai about yon?" "Sure. Here* ore. A good one, too.” "WIH you bi kind enough to It? That one you’re smoking i* fierce."—Milwaukee Sentinel. Reviced Vercion. "Whet Is that proverb about a fool and hi* money?” queried Lie very young man. "A fool and his morey,’ answered the stage of Sagevilie, "soon «ot on opposite sides of the market' V • ■•uth Carolina Game Cocks to Mexico. ! Mr. 8. M. Pickens is now shipping 12 game cocks to Mexico, for which ha receives eight dollars each, says tha Anderson Intelligencer. He has also an order for 100 at five dollars each, j and 50 at eight dollars each, aggregat ing |196. Mr. Pickens has a largo number of fine chickens at different walks in the county, and is getting to gether the 150 tor the $996 order. The breeds raised by Mr. Pickens are the Ginn grays and the Warhorse. They are excellent pit cocks and se lected and bred to stand steel. PREPARE THIS YOURSELF. Tells How to Make the Best Blood Tonic at "Home. For those who have any form of blood disorders; who want new, rich alood and plenty of it, try this: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half aunce; Compound Kargon, one ouuce; j Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each rueal and | at bedt.me. Any good pharmacy can supply the ingredients at sma'l cost. This is the prescription which, when i made up, is called “The Vegetable Treatment;'* by others, the “Cyclone ! Blood Purifier.” It acts gently and certainly does wonders for some peo ple who are sickly, weak and out of sorts, and is known to relieve serious, long-standing cases of rneumatism and chronic backache quickly. Make some up and try it. SOME WIVES ARE DIFFERENT. — Quiet Cynicism, or Good Honest Row —Which It the Better? ‘‘Most men,” said the man of experi ence, “think it must be awfully nice j to have a wife who takes things as coolly as Dave Rotter’s wife takes them; but others, more discriminat ing, prefer a good honest row to her style of quiet c>nicisin. The way sho behaved the other day when she found a letter in Dave's pocket from a girl is an example of her method. “‘I don't see.’ w rote this girl, ‘how on earth 1 can ever live without you.’ I “Dave's wife read that gush, and a lot more just like it, without ever turn ing a hair. “ ‘Well,’ 6he said, quietly, ‘that girl Is a fool. If she knew you as well as I do she would be wondering how on earth she could ever live with you.’ “And that, in the opinion of the dls j criminating few. cuts a whole lot deeper than a common, everyday rum 1 pus.’’ __ Oldest Living Scotchman. James Grieve, who was born In Borehilly, Glenquoich, In Glengarry, on New Year s day, 1800, Is the oldest living Scotchman. lie was a shepherd up to a few’ years ago. He can remem ber incidents of nearly a century ago. He lives very simply and seldom eats meat. He married in 1822, and three of his 14 children survive.— Greenocb Herald. MORE BOXES OF GOLD And Many Greenbacks. 325 boxes of Gold and Greenbacks will be sent to persons who write the most interesting and truthful lettets of experience on the following topics: 1. How have you been affected by cotTee drinking and by changing from ' coffee to Postum. 2. Give name and account of one or more coffee drinkers who have been hurt by It and have been Induced to quit and use Postum. a. do you know any one who lias been driven away from Postum be cause it came to the table weak and characterless at the fii.st trial? 4. Did you set such a person right regarding the easy way to make it clear, black, and with a snappy, rich taste? 5. Have you ever found a better way to make it than to use four heap ing teaspoonfuls to the pint of water, let stand on stove until real boiling begins, and beginning at that time when actual boiling starts, boil full 15 minutes more to extract the flavor and food value. (A piere of butter the size of a pea will prevent boiling over.) This contest is confined to those who have used Postum prior to the date of this advertisement. He honest and truthful, don’t write poetry or fanciful letters, just pluin, truthful statements. Contest will close June 1st. 1097, and no letters received after that duto will be admitted. Examinations of letters will be made by three Judges, not members of the Postum Cereal Co., Etd. Their decisions will be fair and final, and a neat little box containing a >10 gold piece sent to each of the five writers of the most interesting let ters, a box containing a $5 gold piece to each of the 20 next best, a $2 green back to each of the 100 next best, and a $1 greenback to each of the 200 next best, making cash prizes distributed to 325 persons. Every friend of Postum is urged to write and each letter will be held in high esteem by the company, as an evidence of such friendship, while the little boxes of gold and envelopes of money will reach many modest writers whose plain and sensible letters con tain the facts desired, although the sender may have but small faith in winning at the time of writing. Talk this subject over with your friends and see how many among you can win prizes, ft is a good, honest competition and in the nest kind of a cause, nnd costs the competitors abso lutely nothin'?. Address your letter to the Postum Cereal Co. Eld., Hattie Creek, Mich, writing your own name and address i dearly. PUTNA 'f FADELESS DYES produce I the brightest and fastest colors with iem work and no muaa. Luxury in this world makers us for get another.—Bartholomew. Mr*. Wlmlow'i Soethlai Hrrap. Porrh!.d-*a t*?thlag. lot:rut tb* gir*. rrducri ta a*a>ut*uoa. aL*ytp*ia.carea wind colic. SScabwUla. Efforts of a homely girl who tries to look pretty ara very often vain. OXLTO.VC "BBOHO«|VINISr' ra*t la LAXATIVK BKOMd Otnune. Similarly named re-ned e* uia-ttlBie* deeehe The llret and original Cold Tablet Is a WU1TK I'At'KtU K with uiwvi,,»cI'n‘' t*>ar* lh* of The more a man wants to borrow the harder be shakes your hand. You have missed the liest if Olarfield Tea, Nature's laxative, has been over looked; take it to regulate the liver and to overcome constipation. Some men are like some horses; they will stand without hitching, but tie them to a post and they will pro- 1 ceed to kick over the traces. Oarfield Tea, an absolutely pure and ef fective I *xati\e! Made of Herbs. Take it to purify tiie blood, to overcome constipa tion and to eradicate rheumatism and ! chronic diseases. Building Up Manila. Manila is is.tufug building permit! ' at the rate of from 10 to 25 a day, , large and small. FITS. St Vitus Dance and all Nervous Diseases permanently cured bv l)r. Kline’s • ircHt Nerve Restorer. Send for Free $1*00 trial Kittle and treatise. Dr U. H Kline l.d.. 031 Arch Si Phy delphia, Pa. Runabout—“Roggy's now automo bile blew up with him on the first trip, and he sued the firm that sold him the machine.” Speeder—“Did he recover anything?” Runabout— “Everything, 1 believe, but on* linger and part of an ear.”—Judg*. Proof of Merit. The proof of the merits of a plaster Is the cures it effects, and the volun tary testimonials of thoso who have used Allcock’s Plasters during the past sixty years Is unimpeachable : evidence ot their superiority and should convince the most skeptical. Self-praise is no recommendation, but certificates from thoso who have used them are. Allcock's are the original and gen uine porous plasters and have never been equaled by thoso who have sought to trade upon their reputation by making plasters with holes In them. Avoid substitutes as you would counterfeit money. Max Nordau’s Latest Think. Writing on the dacadence of Juda ism in France, Dr. Max Nord&u has this to say: "How many French Jews still hold religious beliefs? I will not make any guesses ns to the number, but it is certainly small. If Judaism Is only a religion, then religious indif ference will soon put an end to Juda lam.” SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect reor. edy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Mouth. Coated Tongue. Pain In the side. TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels, purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SKILL PRICE. I Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature dEFUSE SUBSTITUTES. A Positive CURE Ely's Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. Gives Rslioi at u.ica. It Honnsrs, soothes heals and protect* tho disease'! mem brane. Jt cures Ca tarrh and driven away a Cold in the Head quickly. He-|| A V CTUm stores the Senses of ii1 ■ t W til 1 into and Smell. Tull size GOcts., at Drug, gists or by mail 5 Trial Size 10 cts. by mail Ely Urothers, 56 Warren Street. New l ork. CaFud’ine ||Q CO ** removes the cause soothes t he nerves and relieves the aches and COLDS AND GRIPPE ££* Headaches snd Neuralgia also. No had effects. 10c. 15c and 50c bottles. (Liquid.) WHY Pnt ,n Hard Heura at amatl gay ■ on the farm or elsewhere when if you have a team and wagon and are willing to learn and apply yourself you can easily earn from $20.00 to $50.00 selling otir Stock A Poultry Preparations. Spices Kxtracta. Medicines. Write for full particulars. m W. T. MWlItOA t0. nttIPMT, AL OW CatakfMwi, ft>fiaM« 0a* Mas OaHara Ca*ftaf Rings ' Round Eyes - —.* ■ The Ills peculiar to women, take different forma. Some ladles suffer, every month, from dark rings round their eyes, blotches on their skin and tired feeling. Others suffer agonies of pain, that words can hardly express. Whatever the symptoms, remember there Is one medicine that will go beyond mere symptoms, and act on the cause of their troubles, the weakened womanly organs. Wine of Cardui Mrs. M. C. Austin, of Memphis, Tenn., writes: “For five (5) years 1 suffered with every symptom of female disease, but after using the well-known Cardui Home Treatment, 1 was entirely well.’* WDfTF 11^ A I F i ll D t<xJ*y tec ajfree caj* vaJuab]a4fl^«*»W unrated Book for Women. If vou need Med *» !%■ I La L/J /» L.La | | LK If?' Adv,<«j d*wrJl* yo«r *yTI4'*<1n* <**•. and reply wWI he *ent In plain sealed envelope. ____ A44r«fcfc: ladies Advtaoq^^^T. The Chattanooga MedW Ine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. , Yte foundation of pride Is tho wish y» respect one’s self, whatever others may thluk; the mainspring of vanity is the craving for the admiration of others, no matter at what cost to ons's self respect.—F. Marion Crawford. it Cures While You Walk. Allen < Foot-Fa«* is a certain cure for hot. sweating, callou*. ami v\\ollen. aching feet. Sold bv all druggists. Price 25c Don’t accept any substitute. Trial package KRKE. Address Alien S. Olmsted, l^e Roj. N. Y. Many a man’s idea of hospitality Is to bring other men boms and bare his wif# cook for thsm. IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OF ST. JACOBS OIL Iff THB HOUSE AND YOU WILL HAVE A QUICK. SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR PAIN WHBRB YOU CAN <3ST AT IT WHEN NEEDED. PRICE 33c AND 90c The General Condemnation of So-Called Patent or Secret Medicines of an injurious character, which indulge in extravagant and unfounded pretensions to cure all manner of ills, and the National Legislation Enacted to Restrict Their Sale have established more clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way The Value and Importance of Ethical Remedies. Remedies which physicians sanction for family use, as they act most beneficially and are gentle yet prompt in effect, and called ethical, because they are of Known Excellence and Quality and o! Known Component Parts. To gain the full confidence of the Well-Informed of the world and the approval of the most eminent physicians, it is essential that the component parts be known to and approved by them, and, therefore, the California l ig Syrup Company has published for many years past in its advertisements and upon every package a full statement thereof. The per fect purity and uniformity of product which they demand in a laxative remedy of an ethical character are assured by the California l ig Syrup Company's original method of manufacture, known to the Company only. There are other ethical remedies approved by physicians, but the product of the California Fig Syrup Company possesses the advantage over all other family laxatives that it cleanses, sweetens ami relieves the internal organs on which it acts, without disturbing the natural functions or any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. I ^ 'lhis valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs, and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicij&ns and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and F.lixir of Senna, as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtlessly it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs; and to get its beneficial effects, always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.— plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of Figs, or by the full name, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California. Fig Syrup Company, and the same heretofore known by the name, Syrup of Figs, wTrnsjj has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of thy Company, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, I). C., the remedy is not adulterated or mis branded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 11906. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. San Francisco, Cal. Louisville, Ky. U. S. A. New York, N. Y. London, England. The... ym VETERINARY BIG 4 REMEDIES w t rni ir- nDrwru-1 NO HORSE OWNER CAN AFFORD No. 1 COLIC DRENCH . . . .TO BE WITHOUT THEM .... A positive cure for spasmodic colic in 25 ^———■——— minutes, leaving the horse in condition to r T..tTr . go to work at once. Money refunded I H b, above remedies are prepared under the directed. °i25j1II,!^'fxi.u]eldm,Dis,crcd " I ^mediate direction of a veterinarian of re kt o mrrn nown, with 25 years’ practice in Chicago as N°* 2—FEVER MIXTURE Chief Veterinary Surgeon of the Chicago City it never fail-, to cure distemper. Catarr- Railway Company, with from q.ooo to ^,ooo «L';'Ar',u';:nUp"«ven?"fv»:,mrc^!;‘i J'orsfis constantly on hand, having as high as 50 horses, if administered in small dose I horses in one day affected with spasmodic colic, Sing ttrTZcLTrUZ. pneuraonia without losing a case. He was Chief Veteri o_\/irDibfieinr nntitt~\pn nanan of the Worlds Columbian Exposition at No. 3 VERMICIDE POWDER Chicago; was Chief Veterinary Inspector of live a specific for the eradication of Tape stock for the United States (Government at and Hound Worms, as well as the J hread /m- , , , . . • , . . , Worms that cause tail rubbing. Highly Chicago, and has held various other positions of recommended as a condition powder. 50c. importance. Owing to his wide acquaintance, No. 4—ANTISEPTIC he is continually importuned from different lo HEALING POWDER calities to give remedies for various ailments and T.,«roy, .11 uranism. In .h. wound. J,aS <ltcidf;d to °fftr thc"l tO the pu.Mic in this prevents fermentation, and sets up healthy form. nutrition. An INVALl ABI.K remedy Jf your hordes are afflicted with any ununual ailment that your for Barb Wire Outs. Cracked Heels. local veterinary does not understand, write us. giving the history and scratches, Saddle (Jails and I’unctured symptoms, and we will advise you without cost. Send for free booklet Wounds, sex:. I-1 ...SEND ORDER TO DEPARTMENT D CHICAGO VETERINARY MEDICAL CO. (Not Inc.) Btftr to ] cSfcago City BsHwsy CoC,hii*tt, BUirtag, Oob’I M*r., Cklcofo. 2024 Wab&sll AvC., CHICAGO, ILL. PERFECTION POULTRYand 0. Poultry Rabbit Fence Tb* n»m« Itaeif de«crih*a all. Kend for aatalofna free, which *ire* description of all o-ir fence* and iron aaraa. IWI6C1RS W1RI FfRCt CO . 1R0CRS0R !R0 EACH ARTICLE GUARANTEED PAI TT7)C HorMialCiNltPnrlw rUU 1L * v v w Cerium Warm Fender •»»•! <loT»fnfrigiit ftorial No. tl7. for prftoo Hat ind llUratum DavidK KotTt Co., Mfn, ftoltinara, Md. ■jSS&BjM TktapMR’i E|« Water CHEAP LAKES Uneicelled for general farm. VRMMi ’M* Ing, .took, dairying, frnlU. truck, •tr . oon*anl*iit to t’>* »*ry t.a.t market* and »—nutr latloa taeliitla* Wrilanaarentoffice torll.teandaak. llcatlon#. M V.*l< bard.. land and Imli-trial tmL Runtharn Ry and Mntdl* *<ihlo H H . W a*lilngt<-.tvT> tT a 1 lb a. a Waa«. ggt .OMtrbamtoat Mdg ,Rt I«ul*.M«. defiance starch aaraaraa A. N. K — e (1907—10) 219*.