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NECK DRESS The Bound, Firm Chin the Most At tractivi -English Way of Deal ing with Flabby Chin. Dresses are cut low In the neck this season, and chins must be single and round. Ihe captivating chin Is the round one, almost like the end of an egg, the rounded end. And if it has a dimple in the middle, so much the better; anyway, the chin must be round. When you massage you must use Bwift, heavy strokes, same time you must rub in a little skin food. This keeps the muscles firm and prevents the chin from becoming baggy. A baggy chin is a terrible thing. If it is so baggy that the flesh falls down in a big, loose sack, then the chin is ruined. The flesh must be hard and firm, otherwise' the contour of the face is completely destroyed. Take a chin that is undeniably double and measure it. The way to measure your chin is by putting on the necklace you wore two years ago. How does it fit? Is it a little tight around the throat and do you have a strangulated look when you have worn it a few minutes? If so, your throat has grown full and you must reduce it. A fat throat was never admired by any one under the sun. The throat must be slender and stem like; it must be long and slim, like the stem of a lily; it must be white and firm—like the throat you read about. That Is the kind of a throat you want and need if you are going And at the A MUDDY COMPLEXION Sallowness is not always caused by ft lazy liver, except as the torpor of the liver Itself Is caused by some other trouble; It is often caused by nerve trouble, poor circulation, and a badly nourished skin. Such skins are gen erally dry and leathery, and the "sal; low" may be either distributed evenly all over the skin, or in spots of more or less darkness, hands and arms show the same color. Here Is a remedy recommended by one. who has tried it: "First, you will have to quit scowl ing back at the sour face you see In your mirror each morning, and the day must be begun with a brlsk-exer cise to get the sluggish blood into circulation; if possible, a sponge or towel bath with cool water should be taken, the body wdll rubbed with soft, warm towels, and the practice of a few movements such as physical cul ture teaches. A systematic course of deep breathing with open doors and windows, should be taken, as an air bath for the lungs, to rid them of the stagnation the night's'rest has brought them. To get up, dress hurriedly and start into the day's work in the kitch The skin of the THE FAVORITE WAIST. A Very Pretty Variation on the Peter Pan Waist and Yet of Charm ing Simplicity. •f p? am TRIM AND COOL. The charming negligee shirt waist here illustrated has the practical utility of the tailor made, yet it can easily be developed Into one of more dressy appearance. The design Is pictured in handkerchief linen, with French hand embroidery. The front and back are plain, except for slight fullness at waist line. The closing is in front, finished with six pear but tons and button holes. A small hand kerchief pocket is shown at the left side. Neck completion Is afforded by a low turnover collar and four-ln-hand tie to conceal neck closing. Deep gauntlet cuffs are provided for the elbow sleeves. Batiste, silk gingham, pongee, or any popular mercerized cotton fab rics would be very satisfactory. Button* in Vogue. Buttons are about as elaborate as they can be, whether of metal, pearl or bone, and there are some charming novelties In linen-covered ones. Some of them are completely covered, oth ers have, perhaps, a single figure or flower in the center, and still others show a Dresden effect, the tiny flow er* giving a very dainty appearance. The Porch in Summer. As tbe porch has become such a fa vorite sitting-room In summer, every year new designs and materials are brought out for furnishing. The shops show a profusion of rustic birch furni ture. Some pieces are heavy and awk ward, but there are a number of pret iy chairs and tables and e5tn stools. to look pretty this summer In a waist that is low in the neck. Take, then, your double chin hand and massage it well, rub in the skin food and dash it with cold wa ter. That keeps your skin nice. The English women, wbo have the nicest skins in the world, are very particu in ■is, 1 .' v ; - : -v ■ i A PRETTY ILLUSTRATION, lar about the cold dash. They claim that It restores the hardness of the flesh and keeps it from getting flabby. Then learn how to take care of your chin. Cultivate it as carefully as you cultivate your hair or your eyebrows or your finger tips. Take care of your chin as though it were your most precious possession. en may be industry, but it is' not "exercise," and will not take the place of the course prescribed. The bath and exercise and deep breathing will take but a few minutes' time—about the same as you would spend yawn ing and "trying to get awake"- t -and you should count It as your first duty of the day. You will work all the bet ter for Its performance. Every night, the muddy skin (face, neck and arms) must be Well washed with a pure soap and hot water, using efiuer the hands or a wash'cloth, rinsed well In cool to cold water to remove all soap, and then bathed in vinegar (which will leave it chemically clean). When dry rub in the cold cream or skin food 1 with sufficient friction to get up a good glow on the skin, rubbing until the oils are absorbed. This treat ment must be followed up by attention to diet and hygienic habits, abstain ing from pastries, sweets and anything hurtful to the digestive organs, and eating not too heartily of easily di gested nourishing foods, ment at odd times, now and then, will not avail; It must be regularly attended to. A treat RULES FOR THE HAIR. Cleanse Every Two Weeks with an Egg Shampoo—Stimulate the Scalp by Massage. ^ Go without ycur hat as much as pos sible. Wash your hair at least twice a week with the following egg shampoo: Yolk of one egg, one pint of rainwa ter (hot), one ounce of rosemary spir its. Beat the mixture thoroughly up and use It warm, rubbing it well Into the skin of the head. Rinse In several waters. Every night, and if possible every morning, give yourself a very good scalp treatment. Press your fingers firmly into the scalp and try to make It move. Don't let your fingers rub over the hair. Massage particularly the spots where the hair is falling out. Careful massage will restore the cir culation. If possible avoid working di rectly under the electric light. Never use a brush and comb belong ing to anybody else, directs Margaret Hubbard Ayer. Be careful about combs In bath houses, for Instance, and keep your own comb clean. You can apply this tonic If you like. Where the hair falls out In spots try the following wash: Distilled rain water, 18t) grams; aro matic vinegar, 20 grams; pure glycer in, 10 grams; tincture of nux vomica, 15 grams; tincture ol cantharldes, 10 grams. Mix thoroughly. Apply night and morning with friction. Bon Voyage. It la now quite the fad to send a friend a package of steamer letters as well as a basket of flowers or fruit. These missives will give much pleas ure, and they are something to look forward to every day. Each letter may be accompanied by a small parcel such as a new photograph of yourself, candy, preserved, or crystallized gin ger, figs, prunes, lime drops, or salted nuts. All should be put In air-tight jars. Chocolates are not recommend ed for a sea voyage If amusement Is desired a funny picture, a few verses of comic poetry, or a box of gum can be Included. Of course a good book or two Is always welcome. Shadow Embroidery. Shadow embroidery Is one of the prettiest and most sensible forms of fancy-work that we have ever had. It Is no great tax on the eyes, Is inex pensive and very effective. How to Take One's Soup. Soup should be taken from the side of the spoon. HIS ONE WEAK SPOT. Prominent Minnesota Merchant Cured to Stay Cured by Doan's Kid ney Fills. O. C. Hayden, of O. C. Hayden t Co., dry goods merchants, of Albert I^ea, Minn., says: "I was so lame that I could hardly walk. There was an unac countable weakness of the back, and constant pain and aching. I could find no rest and was very uncomfortable at night. As my health was good in every other way, I could not understand this trouble. It was just as if all the strength had gone from my back. After suffering for some time I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The rem edy acted at once upon the kidneys, and when normal action was restored, the trouble with my back disappeared. I have not had any return of it." For sale by all dealers. SO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. v LIKE EDGE OF THE WORLD Unalaska, in the Alaskan Islands, a Desolate Spot—Where Whit* Men May Mot Land. Unalaska resembles other northern stations, having warehouses, docks, the inevitable Greek church and a score of wooden cabins. Whalers leave here for the Arctic regions. Dutch Harbor Is a station for our revenue fleet. There is much coming and going of ships of all nations; there are quite a formidable fleet, and only two ships out of twelve carry colors of the same country. Just before entering the harbor one notices a detached rock high against the side of the cliff. It hears a strik ing resemblance to a Russian prle.| In full robes. Touched by the sunset light, he seemed to stand blessing the harbor. Sailing north out Into Behring sea, one looks back at the desolate, silent, treeless islands, which seem to wall the edge of the world. Hundreds of miles west they run toward Vladi vostok. Two hundred and forty miles north of Unalaska are the Prlbilof islands; not large, but the greatest seal Islands In the world. There are many fur seals around the shores of Behring sea and the Aleutian Islands, but the great mass of them are bred on the Prlbilof group. No white mau Is per mitted to land on these breeding grounds without a permit, signed by the secretary of the treasury of th* United Stat es—Outdoor Lif e. , Nothing Succeeds Like "EGG-O-SEE." The man who preaches the best ser mon; the man who tells the funniest stories; the man who keeps the best store; or the man who makes the best goods soon finds that people come to him. .Merit Is the be3t advertisement in the world. People speak well of things they know are good. They pass the good word along. The best breakfast food Is EGG-O SEE, for it contains all the life-giving properties of nature's best food, which is wheat. EGG-O-SEE is deeply in debt to the thousands of wives and mothers who use it in their homes, for these good women tell their neighbors about this great food. Children and aged persons alike are friends of EGG-O-SEE. Merit and common sense are the things that advertise EGG-O-SEE most. EGG-O-SEE is cheap. A 10 cent package contains ten liberal breakfasts. EGG-O-SEE is sold every where. Grocers must keep it if they want to keep their good customers, for good customers insist on buying EGG-O-SEE. The fact that no preparation, no cooking is required, makes EGG-O SEE very popular. Open the package; put as, much as you like in a dish; pour on milk or cream and eat. It is delicious. It Is wholesome, makes you strong. A lot of interesting facts about EGG-O-SEE have been published in book form entitled, "Back to Nature." This book also has a course of phys ical culture—fully Illustrated. Any one wishing this book will receive It free by addressing EGG-O-SEE Com pany, 10 First St, Quincy, 111. n Railway Tariff Simplified. Germany has just revised its rail way tariff, which involves a multi plication of tickets. It Is calculated that a traveler with a small family going from Mulhouse to Bale will find himself furnished with 60 tickets, in addition to which are those for bag gage. A Harmless Laxative. It you must take a laxative, take a harm less one. Lax-Fos does not gripe, therefore does not irritate. Irritation is what does the harm. Price 50 cents. Visits European Military Schools. Col. Charles P. Echols, of West Point, who has been on the continent visiting military schools, is now In England on the same mission. Short ladies should avoid much trimming on their skirts, says a fash ion writer. Yes, and so should long ladles if their husbands are short. The people who believe most strongly in luck are those who never have any. Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed To Cure, or Money RofunW by Your Merchant. 8o. Why Not Try IT 7 Prlcp* BOc, Retail./' . ABOUT WOMEN. Freshness Is not to be despised Id women, vegetables or flowers. A woman of gushing proclivities Is apt to consider herself Irresistible. The woman wbo nags her husband deservedly alts down to a lonely meal. Wise is the woman who d~es not expect a man's devotion at election time. The woman who constantly quotes her husband seldom realises what an Intolerable bore she Is to others. A woman with a musical voice may babble of coal dust and sauer kraut, and still compel you to think of lute strings.—Exchange. WANTED.—For U. 8. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, wbo can speak, read and write English; for infor mation apply to recruiting officer, 12(5 N. Court, Memphis, Tenn.; 236 Main, Jones boro, Ark., or Tupelo, Miss. Judge Lebbeus R. Wllfley, attorney general of the Philippine islands, has been appointed to the Judgeship of the United States court in China, which is to replace In a large measure the present consular court. Judge Wllfley Is from St. Louis. International Cyclopedia. The medical faculty of the Paris university planB an international tech nological encyclopedia. It is to bo Issued In ten languages. Including "Esperanto," the world language. Ireland Lores Population. The number of marriages registered in Ireland in 1904 was 22,961. The excess of births over deaths was 24, 298, but this was more than offset by the emigration of 36,902 persons. AHealfhfilSleep DOES YOUR BABY Gain at Least a Pound per Week? This is the proper gain. If it doesn't the fault lies with the stomach. Dr. McGee's Baby Elixir makes lean babies fat and sick babies well. It puts the stomach and bowels in such a perfect state of health that all it eats goes into nourishment. Cures Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint, Sour Stomach and all disorders arising from teething. Good winter and summer. Pleasant to take . Guaranteed to contain no opium or poisons. Splendid for delicate women with sick stomachs. At your drug-* gists's, 25c and 50c a bottle. Avoid all substitutes. Mayfield Medicine Manufacturing Company, 6T. LOVI8, MO. (Not Incorporated). r . TN •V J f WINTERSMITH'S Chill Tonic. _ turmatrs Tonic Syrup GUARANTEED IMti tfttS ■ TO CURE YOUR CHILLS. The Standard Chill Remedy for 40 Yeere. nPeaaasb ers 9HHS Ask Your Dru^st for It and Accept No Other. 1 PRICE, 50 Cents and *1.00 Per Bottle. If your Druggist can't siirply It. send price to ARTHUR PETER & CO•• General Agents, LOUISVILLE, Ky. It will be sent by express prepaid. wm mnaHia FOR HALF A CENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS WOOD'S FEVER PILLS.; gsy HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED a* a SURE CURE iJjY tor all BILIOU * and MALAR!AH DISEASES. As a Female Regula tor, Blood Rurltlor, and in rous ing a Torpid Liver, they hare no equal. OOc A BOX. TRADE ^IwTkeim'^ritotoOi.* DR. WM. WOOD & SONS. Cairo, HL MARK. Boys will be boys, especially the gay old ones who have passed 60. FATEST ATTORNEYS. Send for " Inven S*r'i Primer" and * '1'ointa oh Pensions." Kstublisbed 18U4. . ENSIGNS Cleveland, Detroit. You Don't Have to Walt, Every dost makes you feel better. Lax Fos keeps your whole inside right. Not one gripe in a full bottle. Sold on the money back plan everywhere. Price 50 cents. A friend In need usually needa all can squeeze out of you. IILO B.SiKVKNB AGO.* W 14th gt. ,Wa«klagtoH, D. C. Iraathti at Chicago* Wheat, Mbuhch per acre CatalOKDe and sample* nut it. falicr Co. loi W. K. UCtmm. WU. WINTER Iodine a Cure for Snake Bite. For a sure cure for snake bite, take about seven drops of iodine, scarify and bathe the wound also with iodine. This remedy was first used by a med ical officer in British service in In dia. It has cured both man and a number of animals; it never fails; it is really wonderful in its effects. One instance I will relate. A young man working for me in the harvest field was bitten by a very large rat tlesnake on one of his large toes. I gave him about seven drops of tincture of iodine on a little sugar, and to make doubly sure repeated the dose an hour later. His foot swelled, but next morning he was all right. I have had animals whose bodies have swelled considerably, but all have recovered from the bite.—Topeka Capital. Rapid Increase in Population. In eight years the population of Osaka, Japan, has increased from 811,800 to over 1,026,000. The number of factories has increased by 991. I i [Ij gl JssaSa Two Profitable Postal System*. 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Ten doctors failed to re lieve her, but a lady friend told me to get a bottle of GERSTLTS FEMALE PANACEA I did so. The third dose relieved her, and the doc tors were astonished. So was I, but the lady who advised it was not She knew her ground. The medicine has stopped the flooding and my wife in doing finely." G.F.P Tins is just one letter, hut we have then sands of similar ones, showing that G. F. P. is the best Female Tonic and is every day curing Painful, Profuse and Delayed Men struation, Whites, all Womb, Ovarian and Nervous Troubles. Don't fail to get a bottle at once. 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