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Highest of all in Leavccmg Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BEST IN TIIE "WORLD.
And pains of rheumatism rnn Te cure 1 by remov
ing tlie cause, lactic a iil in the Mood. Hood's S;ir
sa pa rill a run s rheumitWni by wutrallinz this
acul. ThuuauJa of !eou'e U li of perfect cures by
TIT One True KI-kmI l'urMer. $1 : six for $T.
MnnI'e Pillc t harmoniously w ith llood- Nr
iiuuu s t ilia saparuia. y:tf.
Truit in Truth.
It Is cur'.oin to notice that, with nil
Ibc reverence so jrcnerally expressed
for truth in the abstract, then' is so
little actual trust placed iu it whoa we
come to its detaiN.
"We do net allude to willful and de
liberate falsehood fir intentioual pre
varication for a distinct and sellish
luri'-se. Of course persons who are
thus guilty cannot be expected to put
auy trut in truth: they probably dread
it as an enemy that will expose their
real characters, and which it is there
fore politic to keep at as great a dis
tance as possible.
IJut thoe who had no such cause to
fear Ir. who are mainly sincere and
straightforward in their characters, de
siring no concealment ami intending no
deception even these, or at loast many
of them. do. in one way or other, be
tray a want of that perfect confidence
In truth which ir would seem natural
for them to entertain.
The San Francisco Examiner says
there is one curious fact respecting the
animal creation with which. one will
never become acquainted if he depends
on his text books for information. It is
this: No living representative of the
animal kingdom has more than five
toes, digits or claws to each foot, hand
or limb. The horse is. the type of one
toed creation, the camel of the two
toed, the rhinoceros of the three-toed,
find the hippopotamus of the four-toed
nnimal life. The elephant and hundreds
of other animals belonging to different
orders belong to the great live-toed
( riXCIlEl) AND CAHEWORX,
As "Worn by 3Iany American Women.
si-r.fiAi. to ora i.adt KEvrrBS.
' The "tll-tale fact'" i worn by many
American women, and is a symptom of
iyiuptouis, a signal of oUtre??,
vMiijjj women tto
all in their power to
hide their condition,
the practised eye
soon detects tho
When pains and
aches are felt in
evcrv part of the
bodv. when faint-
inesp, dizziness, and
when loss of sleep
and appetite are re
ducing flesh daily,
when the society of
friends is irksome,
and the hopeless
nate, then the face
is pinched, haggard,
and careworn, and
prompt relief is nec
essary, or a beauti
ful life will be sacri
ficed. An American wo
man, Lydia K.
I'inkl.am, a student
of women ami their
rears ago succeeded
In producing an absolut." c ure for all dis
eases of women. LylUx .'. Pinkhuaist
Vegetable ComjH.und stands to-day as it
did then, pre-eminent.
Mrs. II. Wampler, of Harabo, Wis.,
whose letter we were permitted to pub
lish last year, writes
that she. hopes Mrs.
1 'ink ha in will continue
to use her name, as the
publication in newspa
)ers of the account of
Ler own wonderful cur;
and relief from years of
misery has been the
means of influencing
many suffering women
to try Lydia K. Pink-
liam's Vegetab'e Compound, and become
well like herself. -Mrs, WVitnpler feels,
and rightly, too, that iu this way site is
doing a great good.
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF RÖXBUBY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst bcrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in tw o cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card tor book.
A benefit is always experienced from
the first bottle, an J a'rerfect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs arc affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts bein
ttopped, and always disappears in a week
after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach fs foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful jn water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
1 1 i
i hi Aim
axis i icJl
CURLS WHLKfc ALL ELSE f AILS.
Best Cough Syrup. TttAtea Good.
In tlma Bold by drainrlst.
TIIKIli: are people in this world
who take special enjoyment in
tin trouble anyone else has, ami
the.se people, wo are sorry to say. are
generally of the feminine persuasion.
In fa et. there is a cert.jin sei of women
apparently created for nothing else but
to gloat over others misery, though
they would spurn the i:i'oii that they
were doing aught hut sympathizing"
with an unhappy follow being. Thero
are human vultures tha: somehow seent
disaster, and directly tr.mWe looms up
nhead they hogtn rtut'.ering around,
anxiously waiting for the denouement
iu which they can liguroas the friendly
counsellor and eontid'tnte. who, nine
times out of ten. rubies off directly
from the home of the nllliete-d to retail
elsewhere every detail in the graphic
fashion which makes a gossip of this
sort so popular in the circle that thinks
ii bit of scandal the perfection of earth
Haven't you seen her, when misfor
tune has set its seal In the household,
rustling in. well dressed and artificial
ly pained iu manner? The hand press
that she "rives voti is a ort of chuckle
and the miIhIucJ look of sorrow an opti
cal cross-examination. "Poor dear! how
my heart bleeds for you," she purrs,
and 1aen goes on in the slickest man
lier to drag out each circumstance that
yon are trying your best to hide, until
at lasr, when she has departed, you feel
that you have told too much, 'and that,
such as it is. will be magnified in the
telling until, if you liave lost a friend
by death, the report will go forth that
it was suicide, and if financial troubles
have overtaken you. that your father
or husband has been guilty of em
bezzling. Sympathy of the real sort, the stiek-to-you-through-thick-and-thin
above rubles, but the two-faced senti
ment that is proffered so often iu place
of the true metal is despicable. Look
out far tho vultures if there js any
likelihood of trouble ahead,' and cveU
though your heart may be bursting
keep your sorrows to yourself unless
you are certain that the ones to whom
you retail them are sufficiently staunch
not to make light of what to you is
more than solemn. Philadelphia
The Toilet Tabic.
The pincushion no longer reigns su
premo on the fashionable woman's toil-
et table, in tuose uays n occwi.nv a
subordinate position. It is sTnalr. "also,
to make room for the innumerable little
odd boxes which are there in all the
glory of dainty Dresden china, gleam
ing gold and enamel or silver. In fact,
the latest pincushions are nothing more
than a well-stuffed small square 'of
satin, edged with a narrow border of
jeweled galloon. The top of the cush
ion is covered with a square of sheer
linen, finished with a band of Iloniton
lace insertion. This cover Is made to
fit within the jeweled trimming of the
cushion, and when soiled It is easily
laundered. If the other appointments
of the toilet table are in flowered Dres
den -liina, then a pretty idea is to have
the pincushion cover of linen embroid
ered in a small Moral design matching
How She Amuses Her J!ojk.
A charming mother who believes that
Iter boys should be amused has invent
ed the following for her three restless
little ones: She had a carpenter maue
of hard wo4k1 live dozen sticks half an
inch square und a foot long. Then
she had him cut as many cubes of va
rious sizes. She had the long sticks
painted, one-third red. another third
blue and the remainder white. The
blocks wer' painted any color and some
not at all. Her boys amuse themselves
by the hour building rail fences, sheds,
barns and houses, dividing up accord
ing to color and buying and selling to
each other. They have carved for them
selves a little engine, and one has real
ly developed a good deal of architec
tural talent. They have a box to put
the blocks away in ami are made to
attend to that themselves.
Ships Coaled hy Women.
At Nagasaki, the great coaling port in
Japan, the ship are coaled entirely by
little women in pale blue cotton dresses
and big mushroom hats, for all the
world like the baskets full of coal which
they pass from hand to hand through a
yawning port especially made in the
ship's side for the operation. The bas
kets, even when loaded, are compara
tively light, but It is astonishing how
quickly the swarm of assiduous little
women can coal a great 00 ton steam
er. It Is a matter of a few hours only.
LalxirH for Her Sex.
Mrs. Sarah Doan Le Fret a Is of the
famous Virginia Curtis family. She is
i prominent member of the National
Council of Women and has loeu a lead
er in the Women's Christian Temper
ance I jiion in the District of Columbia
Kineo its Inception there. The work of
her union is far-reaching iu Its influ
ence. It has one home under its pat
ronage, '"Mope ami Help Mission," for
poor, unfortunate women, inebriates,
opium eaters and incapahles of all con
ditions. Mrs. I.e Frcta is a sincere
The I'etCc iat for the Street.
No woman wears light, lacy petti
coats on the strei t any more if she has
any self-respect. 'J".e lignt silk skirt
is as bad form as Is the soiled white
skirt, and from all such horrors may
the litauy deliver us. Hut for evening
and house wear, most dainty women
like the delicately shaded petticoat bet
ter than the lace ami muslin, which
fashion decrees. I satv a corn-colored
pUk receJtJy which Would ba very
soft and froufrou under the soft folds
of a matinee house gown. It was of
brocade satin, the design small chrys
anthemums, and the deep flounce was
of plain satin and a draping of chiffon
was arranged around the skirt in deep
sea Pops. Another pretty skirt to wear
with a white gown was of white silk,
with a rutJlc of plain white lace head
ed with pink satin rosettes.
Ounces ot l'rc vent ion.
The woman who travels nowadays
carries with her what formerly would
have been regarded as a tolerable out
lit, for a surgeon. She has a neat linen
or leather medicine case, where bottled
may bo placed beneath elastic bands
and kept from breaking. A tiuk Has):
containing brandy, another full of alco
hol, and some lavender water form a
very good liquid outfit for the traveler
and one which provides her with all tiie
liquid necessities of life except water.
Uesides these a tiny envelope of court
plaster, a pair of scissors, a threaded
noodle, some twine and a soft linen
cloth should lo carried. Fate cannot
1u.mii her who goes thus provided for
emergencies. She is ready alike for
ripped gowns ami railroad wrecks.
Only a very little grease should ever
be used on the hair. But if it must be
used to keep the scalp from getting too
dry. a little of very fine quality is ad
vised. One who has to use pomade
would be Aviso to make her own, in
order to be sure of using only pure stuff.
The best thing for this purpose is the
pure beef suet. Melt about two ounces
of suet-over a hot fire. This will become
about a gill of liquid fat. Let this cool
and after it has become hard and white,
wh'.p it as you would an egg or white
potatoes, until it is light and creamy.
She Will Teach Indiana Music.
Miss Minta Morgan, a well-known
music teacher of Tort Townsend,
Vash.. hf.s been appointed by the chief
of the Indian bureau of the Jnterior
Department as teacher of music in the
Indian service, with instructions to re-,
port for duty to the superintendent of
the Chemewa Indian School, of Cho
mewa, Ore. The position is a desirable
one. The school is located within a few
miles of Salem, and ranks as one of the
best Indian schools, ju the country.
'?o Clean Iüaek Clcthce.
A cake of bark soap and a small piece
of black cloth should always be ou
hand to take spots out of dark cloth
ing. It is perfectly harmless, and will
remove ordinary stains as well as ben
zine, which is both dangerous and dis
agreeable. Dip the cloth in warm
water, rub it well with the soap, and
in turn rub the spots with it. Sinnige,
off the lather and you will probably sec
no traces of dirt.
Leap-Year in 1 S)0.
Oirls, we wish to call your attention
to the fact that 181'" is a leap year, and
this leap year has a peculiar feature, in
that it will be the last until l'.XH, eighi
years. This is a condition which has
not occurred since ltKM5, and will not
happen again until "UOG. It happens
once in !2uo years. So you had better
hurry up, for the boys will have good
grounds to refuse you in 'Ju'.G j'ou'll
be too old.
A Cow Doctor.
Miss 1'dith Oakey graduated from
the Veterinary .College of Toronto
Canada, being the first woman to wia
a diploma. She has hung out her shin
gle at Sandoval, Ohio, in the center of a
rich grazing country. Diseases of milch
cows have been Miss Oakey s special
study. She has done well and employs
three male assistants, who relieve her
of much of the manual labor.
What ltccoiiics of the Women.
Twenty per cent, ot all women who
arrive at a marriageable age do not
marry and -10 ercent. of college wom
en are found to shun the bonds of mat
rimony. Among the list of college graduates
for the last twenty-live years there
are only a few names of women who
have become- famous. Fame seems to
select the struggling and obscure for
There are about 8.0(h) women grad
uates from the various colleges and
academies of this country and about
o.ooo of this number are unmarried.
These latter are engaged in almost ev
ery pursuit, the most popular being
Strange to sa3 the American college
has given us no noted woman writer.
Fvory woman who has made a name
by her pen will be found to be a wom
an who never went through colege.
One or two essayists have beeu pro
duced, but that is the extent.
The last census shows that there are
in the United States women
preachers, -OS lawyers, 4,7" physb
cians and surgeons; but in these num
bers only a few are college women.
The law. ministry and journalism show
especially few college graduates.
ltcprodiiet ion in Injects.
The power of reproduction In insects
Is one of the most wonderful parts of
their economy. On beheading a slug,
a Jiew head, with all its complex ap
purtenances, will grow again; so will
the claws of a lobster. Tho cpA cC z.
worm split produces two perfect heads
and, If cut into three pieces, the middle
produces a perfect head and tail.
Coats Cone from Newcastle.
Twenty-two coal laden ships roiling
from Newcastle, New South Wales,
have been reported as missing at sea
I &lnce lbü
II ow They Appear in Comparison with
Tlu!e of JCurope.
An Interesting comparison of Ameri
can and Kuropean railways is derived
from the seventh annual report of the
Interstate Commerce Commission just
The miles of railway in the United
States in operation for the year ending
in June wore ITS. Tos; capital stock and
debts are given at 1 l.r.t;."..0x,K0: earn
ings from passenger trallie wert' .-7o-U.v,1.7ol,
from freight $700.477.4ii, and
from all other sources. lH),lol,r'3. The
I'ritish Hoard of Trade returns for ihe
railways i: "England. Scotland. Wales
and' Ireland, give mileage at o.mis;
capital stock and debt S4.1L,(;.;t:,,0.fMX
and the total traffic revenue at $0'J0,
J7L714. Operating expenses in this country
amounted to S7ö7.7(V.T.:0and net earn
ings were SoO'.,ss7,771, while in Great
liritain the revenues aggregated
ull.ouö, and net earnings sii;,231.'Jk.
The passengers carried in the United
States numbered rs.'.'J4S,oo7, and In
Ureat Britain tdl.ll'J.'JiV,. of which lat
ter l.lSl.SUl were holders of season
The great difference in area and den
sity of population accounts in large
measure for the better exhibit of Brit
ish roads, where the hauls are short.
While the cost of road and equipment
per mile in this country is S"Ö,G41, in
(ireat Hritsi- it is .yj.-.ö'iVIS. This tells
the commercial story that American
railroads at e building up trade by open
ing new territory, and covering long
stretches of country but thinly inhabit
ed, while in Croat Britain the limit of
development has been reached.
Conditions iu both countries are.
however, so different as to render a
comparison more interesting than in
structive. Railways this way are still
In a transition state. Philadelphia
Confinement mid Hard Work
I minors, particularly Infill sitting posture,
tm- far nmre preji;tlivil t lieu It li thun ex
cessive muscular exertion in the open air.
Hard M-ileiitary workers are fur too weary
lifter ollice lmurs to take mu Ii need
ful exercise hi the open fclr. They
often need a tnnie. Where cau they sock
iiivioratinn in. re certainly and ilmroubtv
than from Hostet ter's Stomach Hitters, tt
retiovaiit particularly adapted to recruit the
exha listed fore of nature. Use also for
dyspepsia, kidney, Jiver and rheumatic ail
Shrimp Fishing in Pnget Sound.
A new resource has been discovered
ami a new industry started in the rü
get Sound region. While the catching
and marketing of shrimps has been a
considerable industry in the waters
about San Francisco for nearly a score
of years, it was always thought that
shrimps did not exist in Fuget Sound.
Lately, however, rliey have been found
there in large numbers, and a coim
pany has been formed to catch them
and ship them to Eastern markets. The
sound shrimps are said to be liner than
any yet found on the Facilic coast.
A I'amous Iaper.
he Youth's Companion has become
fa..ious hecause there is hardly a 1: tius
man or woman in Ireat Britain or the
I'nited States who does not contribute to
the paper each rear. The writers en
nsred for liS'.MJ proinist to make the pa
lter more attractive than ever before.
To those who subscribe at once, send
itisr $1.70, the publishers make an extra-"
ordinary offer to send five a handsome
four-pajr calendar, 7xlO inches, litho
graphed in nine bright colors, retail price
of which is öo cents. The Companion
free every week to Jan. 1, 1S'J, the
Thanksgiving. Christmas and New Year's
I Muhle Nmiiltors free, and The Compan
ion a full year, lifty-two weeks, to Jan.
1. 1V.7. Address The Youth's Compan
ion, Columbus avenue, ltoston.
"Ohl Io- Tray" was in its time one
of Foster's most popular sons, lL'OjHX)
copies boins sold in eighteen months.
It was written In the back room of a
combined grocery and rro shop in New
York city and was immediately sohl by
the author to a linn of publishers that
made a fortune from its sab'.
Deufne Cannot He Cuie-1
bv local api'lleat Ions, as they cannot reach th
llseaeilk portion of the ear. There Is only one
way to uro Deafness, an.l that Is by constitu
tional remedies. Jieafness Is caused by an In
flamed condition of the mucous linln; of tho
Eustachian Tube. When this tube ceUs inflamed
vou have a ruinhlliiK sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it Is entirely dosed Deafness is
ie result, sind unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and tills t:il restored to Its normal
(ondUlon. hearing will te destroyed forever;
nino cases out of ten aro caused hy catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous Mirfaees.
AVe will give Due Hundred Dollars for any
ease of Deafness (caused bv catarrh) that cannot
!e cured by Hall Catarrh C ure. Send for cir
culars, free. A
V. J. riir.NKY & CO., Toledo. 0.
WSoId by Iruggits, 7yc.
A curious -ase of the reeord-break-uk
mania Is that of a Newark, N. J.,
Woman who has developed an ambition
b be the first prisoner locked up in
very police station built in the town.
Croup is quickly relieved, and whooping
Coii'li ereutly helped, and its duration
shorleiied by 1 r. I. Jay ne's Kxpcctorant.
Ihe ld family slani'.-by for t'oughs and
CoMs, and ail Luna or Throat affections.
Lead deposits o'f almost Illimitable
extent are found in "Missouri and Kan
sas. Tack Frost irritate sensitives fckins.
filenn's Sulphur Kwip overcomes the irri
tation. "Hill's Hnirand Whisker Dye," Black
or ISrown. "Ah:
livery base ti-uiiati(n makes one
sharp in its practice, and dull in every
other. Sir 1. Sidney.
Rrown's Bronchial Trochet relieve
throat irritations caused by cold or use of
Ihe YQtca. Ti. genuine kold only iu
IJnougli to Provoke a Saint,
A young man in an outing shirt and
straw hat was wheeling a baby car
riage back and forth along the pave
ment in front of a certain Hat. The
hot afternoon sua poured pitilessly
down upon him. and lie was as angry
as any man in the city. t
"My dear," came a voice from the
upper window of the house. '
"Voti go to thunder:" he shrieked :
back. "Let me alone, can't your" and
ho went on wheeling and mopping his
An hour later the same voice came
from the window !n earnest, pleading
' Well, what in the deuce do you
w;intV" he shouted. "Have the water
"No, George dear." wailed tho voice;
''the water pipes are all right, but
you've been wheeling Lottie's doll all
the afternoon. Hadn't you better let
baby have a turn liowV"
This was last week, but fleorge is
still in the hospital pending an exami
nation as to his sanity.
The Modern TIother
Has fOTind that lief little ones are Im-
proved more by the pleasant laxative, ;
Syrup of Figs, when iu need of the laxa
tive effect of a ge.'itle remedy thr.n by
any other, and that it is more accept a- i
ble to them. Children enjoy it end it ;
benefits them. The true remedy. Syrup j
..f T.M.ro . ,f..i..rt,i i... ..i;r
i j.-. mauuiauiuiu iut vz-mw
ma l ig Syrup Cj. ci:ly.
'A San Francisco clothing linn prints'
a picture of svengali and Inlby m its
advertisement, with thelcgend beneath:
"We don't want to put you in a trance
-we are content to give you a lit."
If you desire a luxurious growth of
healthy hair of a natural color, nature's
only Hull's Vegetable Sicilian Hair He- !
If some people would think twice be
fore they speak, they would keep v
most of the time.
Fiso's Ilemoily for Catarrh is the hest
medicine for that disease I have, ever
used. L. C. Johnston, lola, Texas, June
It ain't often that a man's reputation i
outlasts his money.
Dutv and to-dav are ours. reoloy.
FIT!. AU Ft;6to',. trf by Ir. Kline's Cli e t
erve Itestorer. No l its aftrr ftrst iluy'n use. Mar
velous cures. Trt-atiee ar.d trial ixittle tree to
lit ciöta. bend to Dr. Kline. Wi Arcü fct., I'LiU, l a.
Mrn. AVinslow'H So.-THING ST1CP for TUMrea
leetbin; 8ott'iis tho cinns, reuiices lnl'amtiiatiuii,
fcliy pain, cures wiud colic. 25 cents ft boitle.
' TAfnU OTT DOES NOT "FOOL ROUND";
;j Ol. JlLUDO U1L1T GOES STRAIGHT TO
1 WORK ON PAIN
IT OFF" FROM RETURNING. THAT'S BUSINESS. - - - -r
Bear in Mind that "The Gods Help'
Those Who Help Themselves." Self
Help Should Teach You to Use
try it lor
made easier when he can save money by it? '
mim I'eudlers and some unscrupulous fjecer, v. tfU votiv :
I P jcrm 'f3k "this is as rood as or "the same as lVarhn?." IT'S
I fl frl Yy CLIm FALSK
Fou an imitation, be honest utuI it lak.
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JAP4lACLAUd 1 V!
THE N. K. FAIRBANK
TMF RISIVl SITCi
STON I; POLISH i
l:acL::i:; tf a t-love. ,
Trtn FIN PASTUj
POLISH ior A iriu W
af'.ir - .'.:!i:i'-r tnmel
n;';!:"' a:i'l poU
Mrs. Serenah Creug. of N'.. 17i:S
MeCee street. Kansas (::v. Mo.,
under date of .Inno TA ly.'ö. states: '
"I have been ill with dyspepsia and
Indigestion for about sevu rears
without permanent reli-f uu;'! 1
finally tried Iiipans Talodes. After ;
using a box of them I . an ear
jinything without any unph-asant
effect and am gaining strength
and think I am permanently cured, ;
mid think it my duly to give thin
testimony, hoping that so:u- one
suffering from the same cause may
be benetiied by using! hem."
Klpnns Tahuif sr s'-!! i y i!r!'k.rcl""J " l roU tf
the .rl e i ,'iti iviu :i !. Is M tit i 1 he i:.;. i'm t'hi'ml
ral Company. No. Iu iriice Mnr!, New -jt. SMa-.pte
liil. It) reu:.
THE AERMOTOR CO. Vpj halt th woril't
indidlll hu Dons, Ixv-icss It hit rrdce.t ttj nL of
! ißd power to i.uwhat Itwa. It Us many branch
Louses, and supplies in oods and lepalrsi
at jour door. It can ad d'xi Jiirnl! a
tx-tter rticiP lor ls tix.nej INaiv
others. It mak!s i'UMipli'S and!
' n 1 . . I . -r I
Sgra('oruplt!on Wl!.üTin!lf. Tilting
4&r and Flxod Suvd Trtvrers. st??l Bi;zSaw:
Mines. SWel IVptl Cutter and FJ'
Grinders. in api li.-atton. It Ihn a me on
ttieso artlcW that It mil furnish until:
January im at mo Miai i,nc Ii aiü ruaaet:
-junks and Pump-M.f all kini-. Seal ar catalogues
tory : I2tb. Reel. well ccd Fi.'Isore S.rcots. Ch;cco-
I I Lf I I r 4U I fft:i'
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Morso Bros., Props., Canton. M:i.. IT. S. Aj
Let the men wash, !
if they won't ict you Peafrlinc. Let them
themselves, ana sec :i iney ion z
say that washing with soap is too Jiard
for any woman.
This hard work that Pearl in e
saves isn't the whole matter ; it saves
money, -too money that's thrown
away in clothes needlessly worn out
and rubbed to pieces when you wash
by main strength in the old way.
That appeals where is the man who
wouldn't want to have the washing
l'cariiue is never j.cddlcd: if yo'ir roerr send
JAMES I'YLE. New Yoik.
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