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F ft himaself for a trip of explore
floe in the Arctic regions for the
United States government, William J.
Peters, a noted topographical expert,
undelrwent a novel course of prepara
tion. A few days since he started
on his trip in a condition, it is be
lieved, to withstand the bitterest cold
he may experience. The method he
adopted to acclimate himself to the
frigid conditioqs of the far north in
cluded ice baths, sitting at open win
lows at his home while the icy blasts
of wiLter dashed themselves against
his thinly-clad form, sitting in the
When a cheerful, brave and light-hearted woman is sud
denlj plunged into that perfection of misery, the blues, it is
It is usually this way:
She ha been feeling out of sorts for some time, experi.
eneing severe headache and backache; sleeps very poorly
and is eieedingly nervous.
n oe times she is nearly overcome by faintness, dizzi
_n~a, end ppitat on of the heart; then that bearing-down
feeling is wearing.
SHeB husband says, "Now, don't get the blues I You will
be all right after you have taken the doctor's medicine. '"
But shle does not get ail right. She grows worse day by
4y, until all a once she realizes that a distressing female
m ' docter has made a mistake.
She lose faith; hope vanishes* then comes the morbid,
melancholy evelasting blues. She should have been told
ustw what.t ble was, but probably she withheld some
ormation from the doctor, who, therefore, is unable to
acurately loose her particular illness.
Mrs Pinkha has relieved thousands of women from
this kind of trouble, and now retains their grateful
rtn m he f as proof of the great assistance she has
redie the same assistance awaits every sick
womanl la the lad .
Mrs. Winifred Allender's Letter.
YDUAs Mna. PnrxxaM: --I feel it my duty to write
eadtell you o ::ke benefit I have received from your
wonderful remedies. Before taking Lydia E. Pink
1bS's Vegetable Compound, 1 was a misery to mv
ml sad every one around me. I subered terrible
palm nl my back, head, and right side, was very
aervous, would cry for hours. Menses would appear
smetimes in two weeks, then again not for three
or four months. I was so tired and weak, could not
sleep nights, sharp pains would dart through my
S heart that would almost cause me to fall.
"My mother coaxed me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. I had no faith in it, but to
please her I did so. The first bottle helped me so
much that I continued its use. I am now well and
weigh more than I ever did in my life."-MRS.
WINIFRED ALLENDER, Farmington,IU.
REW ARD owing to the ftc that some skeptical
people have from time toetime qoestoned
the menuineneasof the testimonial letters
we are constantly publishinw, we have
deposited with the Natioal City Bank, of lcIn, Mass. $, ooo.
which will be paid to any person who can show that the above
testimonial is not genuine,or was published befere obtaining the
writer's special permimaion.--IDIA E. PinexaA MLDICNur CO.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 & $3.50 SHOES UNION
The real worth of my 53.00 and oI.-1 shoes compared with
other nmakes I, $4.00 to p.00. My $4.O011 it Edge lie tawot be
eitulel at any price. estmp In the world for men.
.ao and sell ..aomeram's . LhOLes, cktodyeusst'
Mi¢t a ondA.-wend Prnosee)., t e s.y the.. meus is0e.
uor OInth ewoVrld. I will nh nIp O urs e one vhoosh
youve th.. Wmy r t aemenn M dOdt tre. p
H. ss.E) w. Cj. L]itu.
Take no aubeltta e Insist on having W. L. Dountls shoes
with name and price stamped on botlom. boug dealer hbould
aee t/emn ; I glve one dealer elxlsivesale oin each town. If
e ds nt ke1p them n wrell no .t them fOr Eou, order
direct frn ftorry, efcrls iu re. eotra for carrige.
Over It9,0 satisfeld wearors. New lprint Catalg free.
"TIb BIT" and 'FlZ YOU'" cigars for 5c 1000 gallon cistern.........61 4
POPULAR BECAUSE GOOD. 1550 gallon oistern......... 18.50
Manfaoctnrs'd by Dlxie Tobaoco Co. Bed- 2100 gallon cistern......... 23.0:)
fordi Oty. Va. Cypreew s.sh end doors very cheap
H. F. LEWIS CO., Limited -
S16 IARONNE NT.NEW ORtLEANS3. LA.
5.5 (s 'end for Catalogue. Write for pri,.es.
ThLL THEAUVERTISIR soc 0aw ,I, ADo,
Tranxzrr 1 T31S PAPUR-V-N-U.-18 1901
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
"Good Thing For All Folks At Hsom,"
in Oe (Written to the Music of the "Suwanee River.")
Establish. Where'er you go throughout this nation
North. south, east, west
mets we There's people drinking LION COFFEE
positively - ,- Brand that is surely best.
o0ot 0-loW iO N!* All the world loves LION COFFEE,
do not allow " :Vheresoe'er you roam,
the .use of C:. and young admire its wholesome flavor
Good thing for all folks at homel
g l M . __, LION COFFEE has not any glazing,
ýe .c, -" Nor any coat.
i(=k " ".-z~- Bi But it has got a strength amazing
And it will health promote.
or imiar All the world loves LION COFFEE,
Wheresoe'er you roam,
substances. Watch our next advertlsement, Sweet and fragrant is its fine aroma
LION Good thing for all folks at homel
CO~rP ýI LION COFFEE is in one-pound package,
aJust try a package of LION COFFEE Sold in the bean.
Lion head is seen on ev'ry wrapper
absolutely . and you will understand the reason of its Premium List is inside seen.
t O IAll the world loves LION COFFEE,
Pure Cee. t. . Wheresoe'er you roam,
And the presents that are given with it
LION OOFFEE I now used in mit. Good thias for every homl
lions of homes.
Ia ewyp b uat U Con ys wit d a Mfy Iustrae d descriptive list. No hoekebeper, ti
but, sa woasM, bma, boy rtl w all B t d t lea ti. lst same article which wi. cmtributto their happi ,
- ajeº :iri lutsma, t hMic they y Mu a , by Hppy attag out a certain nmber of Lice Heads frEm
Ar 7 p , r rr ale b (rd is thealy hfar In which this escflhlet oae is soLd.
J ·· .,. "f-> Si i 7r'.. - ? - ý" / '
r· ki tmf t
p'3blio ,arks in the coldist days, clad
In the lightest summeiYaflnent, riding
only in open cars, and, in fact, expos
ing himself to the cold in every form
The trip as laid out embraces a
tramp on foot for 2,000 miles over un
explored ice fields, and is considereb
by old explorers and government sci,
eitists to be the most judiciouslj
planned and one of the most dangerous
journeys ever undertaken. The ob
ject of sending out the expedition is to
have a survey made, of the northern
coast of Alaska.
0 COMING TO AMRI OL.
London.-A dispatch from Amster.
dam anounces that Mr. Kruger will
leave for the United States at the
commencement of June.
General Stephen D. Lee announced
the staff officers for the reunion at
ex-Confederates to Memphis. Miss
Myrtle Stauffer of New Orleans has
been named as sponsor.
Eight oil companies were formed to
operate near Breaux Bridge, I.
The r bstreper prroner resa tnat
a poliheman not only collar but s.
Eaglaa'u Armay sam Navy.
It was recently stated that England's army
and navy is inadequate to properly defend
herself from a sudden onslauqht. England is,
in this instance, like the individual who allows
disease to creep into his stem through a
stomach too weak to properly digest the food
taken into it. To strengthe the stomach
there is nothing better than Hostetter's Stom
aeh Bitters. It cures dyspepela, constlipation,
indigestion, liver and kidney trouble, and as
a tonic, I incomparable.
In Northern China appendicitis is an
If you would be well, keep well, and ward
of diseases of all kinds, keep "Crab Orchard
Water" on hand, and take it occeasonally, as
required. It is Nature's own medisine.
Great Britain makes 300,000,000 yards of
linen in a year.
Poruni Fhlasss Drs are feet to smn
ht, washing and rubbing. Sold by all drug
Eyeglass. are made from Brazilan peb
ble, which is a very transparent rock
A woman who holds up a train In't
necessarily a robber.
Ask Tour Dealer fr Alien's loot-Ease.
A powder to shake into your shoes rests the
feet. ures Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Sore,
Hot, Callous, Aching, Sweating pet and In
growing Nails. Allen's Poot-Ease makes new
or tight shoes easy. At all druggists and
shoe stores, 25 ese. Sample mailed FBE.
Address Allen 8. Olmated, LeBoy, IN. Y.
Some people hold the key to the situa
tion and then are too lazy to turn it.
A human hand can be dipped in lead at
white heat without danger.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., Props. of
Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any
case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for testimonials,
free. Hold by Druggists, 75e.
The age of Aguinaldo is uncertain. He
does not know it himself.
FITS permanently cured. No fit or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free
Dr. R. H. Kss, Ltd., 981 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
Aguinaldo is five feet four inches in
The resurrection of an old dress is due
to the dyeing.
II You I'ave thoeumatem
Send no money but write Dr. Shoop, Becine,
Wis., Box 149, for six bottles of Dr. Shoo s
Rheumatic Cure, exp. paid. If cured pay O.
If not, It is free.
The dikes of Japan cost in the
morm money than those of the Netherlands.
Don't drink too much water when cycling.
Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti is an excellent
The man who haw' a lawn always wants
Socially ambitious people believe that
all's well that ends swell.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
neething, soften the gums, reduces iafamima
tion, allays pain, cures windcolio. 25cabottle
Some people work harder over their re
creations than they do over their work.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has anequal for coughs and colds.-Jonm
F. Borua. Triaityl Sprins. Ind.. Feb. 15. 1900.
Duties of E kimo Wives.
When a Smith Sound Eskimo choos
as a wife he apparently has regard
only to housewifely qualities. She
must be able to do the cooking and to
sew, and to chew hides. This last is a
rine qua non. Furs are the only poe
Bible dress, and of these they must
have an abundance, e'se they will per
.sh with cold.
To produce the best results
n fruit, vegetable or grain, the
ertilizer used must contain
:nough Potash. For partic
lars see our pamphlets. We
e;nd them free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
THE EIZST& Of EI\YION.
wem VI\··b ('!itv -The blouse walit I make the start The uss clwea is or.
New York City.-The blouse waist
not alone holds its place, but appar
ently gains in favor week by week.
It suits the greater number of gnures;
it is elegant in the truest sense, being
entirely simple and is equally well
adapted to the odd bodice and the en
The May Manton model shown here
PANCY BLo0sn WAIST.
with is made from panne satin in dove
gray with polka dots of white, com
bined with cream point de Venise and
bunches of darker gray panne, but all
the season's silks and soft wool mate
rials are appropriate, while the con
trasting material can be varied again
and again. Lace of all sorts is in
vogue, panne velvet with silk Is ef
fective, panne crepe is still lighter in
weight and any silk contrasts well
with woolen fabrics.
The fitted lining is snug and well
shaped and closes at the centre front.
The plastron, or vest, is attached to
the right front and hooked over onto
the left, while the back and fronts are
arranged over the lining before the
shoulder and under arm seams are
closed. The deep collar finishes the
neck and fronts while the stock com
pletes the plastron and closes at the
centre back. The sleeves are charm
ing. The upper portions are scalloped
and fall over the full lace cuffs, which
are unlined and transparent and are
seamed to the lower edge of the lining.
At each edge of the fronts are bands
of trimmings comprised of lace out
lined by the dark panne.
To cut this waist for a woman of me
dium size three and a half yards of
material twenty-one inches wide, three
yards twenty-seven inches wide, two
MISSES' BL OUSE ETON.
and a half yards thirty-two inches
wide or one and three-quarter yards
forty-four inches wide, with two yards
of all-over lace eighteen inches wide
to make as illustrated.
Misses' Blouse Eton.
The blouse with an Eton effect is ex
ceedingly popular, and is peculiarly
becoming to young girls. The large
illustration shows one of the latest
May Manton designs in fawn colored
cheviot, with revers and undersleeves
of white peau de sole, and is. designed
for a general wrap to be worn with
various gowns, but the style is equally
well suited to the entire costume of
cloth, cheviot, serge or other fashion
able material. The revers, collar and
sleeves are finished with narrow black
and gold passementerie, but the facing
may become any color preferred, and
the trimming braid or applique white
if desired; plain coat sleeves can be
substituted for the fancy ones. The
back fits smoothly and snugly, but the
fronts are adjusted with slight ful
ness at the waist line to give the
blouse effect over the curved belt. The
odd shaped revers are formed by the
fronts, which are faced and rolled
back. At the neck is an Aiglon collar
that can be closed with the fronts
when desired. The sleeves are made
over a regulation lining, to which the
undersleeves are attached.
To cut this blouse for a miss of four
teen years of age, one and five-eighth
yards material forty-four inches wide
or one and a half yards fifty Inches
wide, with one yard of silk for revers,
collar and undersleeves will be re
.A Buttonless Blouse.
The boy of seven years old feels dig
nified in his first long trousers. He is
on promotion in a white "drilling"
costume, made with long trousers and
with one of the new blouses made
without buttons. The blouse, in fact,
has no opening in front, but is loose
enough at the throat to slip over the
head. It is extremely stylish made in
this fashion. The collar is handsome
and carefully made of' blue linen,
braided with three rows of narrow
White braid. The black silk scarf is
surmounted with a bow knot, with
loops and ends of fancy colored braid.
The loose sleeves fasten with two
pearl buttons at the wrist on the inside
ahatmeed With V.lvet Ribbes.
Black velvet ribbon is applied in
rows to decorate the top of a spring
parasol. Five rows is the proper num
ber used. The ribbon should not e6
teed one inch in width, nor should the
graduated rows come half way down
temn the estral tip tro wleb theo
make the start. The uappe eclrcle is.e.
ceedingly small. It simply appears
as a border or finish to the little gath
ered puff of silk, which is put like a ro
sette at the top of every parasol dli
rectly below the point of the stick,
which protrudes through the cover for
a few inches. "
One of the newest things in Paris is
the use of cretonne Sowers appliqued
onto net or other transparent fabrics.
Delicate garlands or detached flower
ets are utilized with excellent effect.
The edges are outlined with cordings
in brilliantly-tinted foss sli or in nar
row gold braid or cord. This style of
ornamentation is pretty for the ends
of scarfs, for vests or parasol borders.
Sometimes motifs of gulpure are used,
in connection with those of cretonne.
This fashiob will most likely be ephe
Narrow Velvet and Gold.
Nearly all the new stock collars
shown include narrow velvet ribbon
and some gold in their make-up. An
idea which seems very much favored,
Judging from the quantity shown, Is
little strips of narrow velvet ribbon
about three inches long, running cross
wise and finished on either end with a
tiny gold button with spaces of about
a half or a quarter of an inch between
each strip, showing the white founda
To Relieve Black Costumes.
The woman who wears a good dea.
of black can alter her costume consid
erably if she has two or three petti
coats of different colorings. One should
be a black and white check or spot,
and with this she must have some
white revers or a White collar stitched
and run with black, a white feather or
white wings in her millinery, or per
haps a black and silver toque, with
white osprey, and, of course, white
Fanciful Shapes in Collars.
Collars take a number of fanciful
shapes. There are bands higher at the
back, and with narrow turn-over col
lars, pointed, straight or scalloped. In
others the collars extend to about three
inches of the front, rounded and turned
back in a slight fare.
A stylish little sunshade is covered
with changeable moire silk. This is
serviceable as well as smart. It has
no trimming, not even tucks.
The prettiest ornaments to be seen
in the baroque pearls are pins in the
form of large daisies. The petals are
of the pearls, each formed of a single
one, slender and oblong. In the centre
there is a large stone, a diamond or a
Woman's Plain Shirt Waist.
The plain shirt waist is preferred by
many women to any other sort, and
has an extended vogue. The May
Manton model given herewith includes
all the latest features, and is adapted
to all waisting materials, silk, wool,
cotton and linen, but in the original is
of embroidered linen, batiste trimmed.
with insertion and lace to match, and
is made over a fitted lining of blue silk
When made from washable materials
the lining should be omitted, but oth
erwise there Is no change.
The foundation consists of the usual
pieces, and closes at the centre front
but separately from the outside. The
waist proper is plain across the shoul
ders, and drawn down In gathers at
the waist line. At the front are hems
through which the closing is effectell
the band of insertion edged with nar
row frills of lace taking the place of a
box pleat on the right front and con
cealing :he closing underneath. Th(
sleeves are in bishop shape opened a"
the back and finished with narrow
To cut this waist for a woman of me
dium size three and three-quarter
yards of- material twenty-one inches
ILtAN sanI waiaT.
wide, three and a halt yards twenty
seven tehbes wide, two and a all
yards thrty-two Inches wide or twt
yards forty-ow iaehes wide will e
CospseUt as n eae .re sad Treh.
Probably the queerest aggregation of
treasure and trash is in the Shah's
3alace in Teheran, Persia. Here, in
he gallery of art, side by side, are
ung a picture issued by the thread
anufacturers whose trade mark, the
itials. "O. N. T.," have gone all over
3 world, and a beautiful painting
a well known Itaian artist, the gift
a sovereign. On a sideboard in the
acock throne room are exhibited a
:'n nickel-plated knives, forks and
)ons. In this room, on the right of
famous peacock throne, which was
DON'T RUIN YOUR STOMAGH WITH MEDICINE.
IS A NATURAL LAXAITVB MINERAL WATER.
Endorsed and used by the most prominent pbystelans
in the world as the best sand safest remedy for ols
ordered stomach, biliousness, liver troubles, gout and
It Cures Constipation I
Take one-half glasful on arising in the morning and
you will feel the remarkableeffeets in half an hour.
A er tha j·I jr at the label.
Blue with Red
" Henyadi Jme."' " Cestre Pael.
Sle Exprter. Firm efAadreeseA Slsber, SePutes tM.,N.Y.
for the TEETH and BREATH
l.w l 0 SOZODOUT LIQUID 25
New Patent Box SOZODOET POWDER . . 26o
Lare LIQUID und POWDER . •. 75.
At the Stores or by Mail, postpaid, fdr the Price,
A Dentist's Opinion: " As an antiseptic and hygienic
mouthwash, and for the care and preservation of the teeth and
um, I cordiall recommend Sozodont. I consider it the ideal
entirice for children's use." [Name of writer upon applicatin]
HALL & RUCKEL, NEW YORK.
S W V FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS If
"NewRIval,"" "Leader,," d "Repeater "
Insit upon having them, take no others and you will gestthe t shells that money can buy.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR SORE,WEAK & INFLAMED EYES.
MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNiECESSARY Price. 25 Cents.Dnarts.
_sDROP SYV * *DIS q OO* * s Rr l
DROP, : S ,-TOg e f tMIhat as Wet PoNY S TAACO.
Oek... e..e1 .:.. , ,od-.i M ClLH ENNY'S TABASCO.I.
rEo. iu. l. U ele eeIc.. sec .. Luc sn. c,
IA A From Monday to Saturday-at every
turn in the kitchen work-a Wickless
. aBlue Flame Oil Stove will save labor,
time and expense-and keep the cook
comfortable. No bulky fuel to prepare
. * or carry, no waiting for the fire to come
up or die down; a fraction of the expense
of the ordinary stove. A
will boil, bake, broil or fry better than a t
coal stove. It is safe and cleanly-can
not become greasy, can not emit any
odor. Made in several sizes, from one
burner to five. If your dealer does not
have them, write to nearest agency of
STANDARD OIL COMPANY. S A
He thinks he lives, but hc'3 a dead
one. No person is really alive whose
liver is dead. During the winter
most people spend nearly all their time
in warm, stuffy houses or offices or
workshops. Many don't get as much
" exercise ass they ought, and everybody
Sknows that people gain weight in
winter. As a rule it is not sound
weight, but means a lot of flabby fat
and useless, rotting matter staying in
the body when it ought to have been
driven out. But the liver was over
burdened, deadened-stopped work. There
you are, with a dead liver, and right now is
the time for resurrection. Wake up the dead!
Get all the filth out of your system, and get
ready for the summer's trials with cea clear blood, body, brain free from bile. Force
is dangerous and destructive unless used ina gentle persuasive way, and the right plan
is to give new strength to the muscular walls of the bowels, and stir up the liver to new
life and work with CASCARETS, the great spring cleaner, disinfectant and bowel tonic.
Get a 50c box to-day-a whole month's treatment-and see how quickly you will be
BROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BY
25c. 50c. NEVER
ALL DRUGGISTS. SOLD IN BUIK.
aCURE awdI hbl . Sail.a.
i =lII GUARANTEED .atI N:O
s= o IN.m:..-.... N. - -
vaI u s by-h e late Sir tIehard Buate
at P5000,000, stands a spledidl~y
.carved mahogany table. On the table
reposes, with an air o oriental ele
gance, an empty cognae bottle. No
one knows what the bottle means, or
who put it there-that Is, no one but
the Shah, and no one is asking him
Benevolent Pkrty--My man, don't
you think, fshing is a cruel sport?
Angler--Cruel? Well, I should say so.
I have sat here six hours, have not had
a bite. and un nearly froeun to death.
As seaaiv mest s a
Awaysysat Werk yes
Pet Ebmed ie appy w e
ucumbs readly to bthe may remedy to take
A natural medicinatl wmter .eeablted
CRApenB ORCHARD WATER CO., Leupsdicte or
oner. a poal card and in r dur wewilld
BIllE FEVER AND PAIN POWDER
FeIt cuver, Cure Headache and re
liev eie .all a hes and pains.
lryeeaeia leaCrtbur... ikNd s
Then f you like i te, buy the most sh a
eactone of the natural mineral waters; most
eonvenlent to take; most
ecofromical to home dealer.
The genuine is old by
T.ll druggists wit Cr AR
CRA3 ORCHARD WATER CO.. Lcurseitte. Ky.
FREE! FREEI FREE!
All we want i your name and ddream
on a postal card and in retu. We will
end you free of all epenhe a packaopyge of
DIXIE FEVER AND PAIN POWDER
The best remedy made to Cool
Fever, Cure Headache and re
litheve all ahes and pains.
Then I you like it. buy the r mseat aine
from yoducngr home dealer.
end uyou introur nam at once.iby
J. LEE CRUCE CO.,
FT. EIres. AR.
O A WEKOL ,rI OF
"THE STORY OF KY LIN* E AND WORK"
YT 1OO111. T. WASUBIXTON.
sendl U Yor Namet
ant sell Poultr Ain rer. We ant
ou to hae a copybilit of
this autoblograpli..f the
greateet living Negro
for the purpose of intro.
ductn it St. your Iom.
munity. It is a remark.
ableb Feller. bir profit;
AN largent s are maurin from
$4E00 to E0I00 per day.
h ill you Introduce it by
sellinn or getting us an
agent " If et, tend at
once foI r copy of the book.
J. L. NICHOLS & CO.
$15(O WEEK and Espousens
weekly pay, for men wIth rig
to sell Poultry Mixture in the country We fnr.
nish bank reference of our reliability.
EUREKA MPG. CO., Dept. 0s., East St. Louis. DL
A('TIVEI MAN by large Manufacturing Houas;
P1d.0 in acah paid for I lays' trial: promotion
3 B. P COA. Pi bhetnun Street. Phibaclelphia