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J')Y3 01' ANTICIPATION'.
"Henp'vU v3!j di'lhihled wh'Ti Mi tvlfo told 1; J in they v re to move Irdo a fiat." "Why, I thought he wus creaUy at tQ'lud to his old hom." "So l.o h; hut ho wnr.U to s"0 tho jinilor rail hto vlfo down." Kansas City Journal. ,)UzciJ8N R,ir'!h'ri faK .itded r.o.C lit) 0 Tuun j o-i ll j,t.".A (- JJ J MOU-'AIM (i.n;ut)) Jo:i Jjli oqa jiuu atuuuui JnoX pjvjiu jJd i (tun'o;: p- s.mi J.njc ptm j.nipcipunjJ V oq .j ipinouo p;o) ratio. OtX TII7, RELUCTANT REQUEST. Edj'ir lathed, I've left r.iy unitrcl la down town. nt.r Well? Edgar I'm afraid you'll haves to Jo?. J mo the Rcld handled umbrella you fave no cn r.y birthday. X OR The R CARRIED WEIGHT. Ilcck I tell you cur landlady 13 o vcrr.r.n v.'hoo v:crd3 carry weight. Nye So do her Lhuuita. Philadel phia Record. JAUNTY HALF COATS. Pert. crisp and jaunty are 1 lit1 dainty half cents of litiiMi, pbpti', lace nnd bilk (hat arc nt tract in:; the eye and purs.1 if maid nnd matron alike. The jackets ::re loos,- and come to half Avay 1 id ween waist and l;no. Most oi' Iheiii are double brctstcd. fast rned with z buttons o' pearl, porce lain ct cut sin !. The chh-f ornameiMs of tho jackets, r.slle from the nttrtid Ivcncss (f cut and t:nt rial, are the wide circular rolhtrs that fall rnu-e-fvlly beyond the .shoulder sen ins ou the ie.-vi In many the hell shove, wide f.owi'i;,' at liie hand. I .; io lie soeo. ();:r c:;(;r.is;!e Jr.chol of cofl'eo-eolorod rrnai.-sar.ee lace over ttilYcla of a shade darker is r;niie loosv, fastened single breasted in a scalloped od-ro, with por ce'.alu buliou-j painted wiili arl.iitns n i niiirl: as ndt !..-,' m rs Into f. uMl fortune in t'i" !::.! e tf a real luili nh.iwl. Tln-y mIm, i:,.r. nd:ii .ildo tahle or nn;i!l com h cover. '1 lie 1 1 :r. mint "f one tint was 1 alf burned up h;n SM-ved cherllvely o'.cr in Imped, bly i::,dy man!. !. Phil.i l !p!ii;i P. cord A Straight Tip. V.lr Lar.ucelot returned to sis Beat hy tho club fireplaco afler standing the caucv attendant on his head in tho corner. As ho again took up hi3 maga-j 1'esied co'.m ttishly on the rest of the Eino Sir tiHwaino rskod. "Kr.cwcMt ! uilrt'.y trarment. ' bud. A larue circular collar oZ hi'-e. f.isier.ul nt I lie tlirn-n with a v.Me F.asli of ooH'f o-enloved satin ribbon, thcu not, good sir, that it hreaketh yo rulings of ye clug to tip a waiter?' "Cut my good Cawaino, I was merely turning over a page.' May LippiL cott'.c Magazine. riTSrermanRTitlvciirsil.Xo nUoriimn. rtf!er first day's use of Dr. Klir.sV. Orm: KrveKe.?torer.t2triiil bottleaud Jreatia.'ro Li. IMi.Klisk, Ltd., Arch sr., i'lu.c, :. The fellow vdio spm'is oi' Iiii ' inragt'' h iryhsg : pat on !u;--. llow' T) in? offer One Husdrad DoUir? rv 1 " my c;i.-e o! Oatnrrli licit e:iuuo. bo curad j lui-dl's Ciitarr'a Cur.'. Y. J. I-'hexkv A Oo rr-n To'edi. 0. V.'p, tiiein lursi in?d, ii.'iv i I: ii i ,va V. .J.'Ju? rcy for tins Inst 15 y sum, ar;l lrj;ie vr) iii.u r3: lei.'Uy iiT.ionh'o in all Irnia t:-.i;:-"i,irjai nd riuanoially ablo f carry one e.ny oliih;A llo.i iicid ? bv thsir ii r .ii . V est rurjAX.Viio'.e.iAloDru-.jgijs.Tole.l), Oaio. Y. ALDi:,-n,IiisNA::.'cl.AaviN-,Vbo:eialoDrj- VlS'., TolrtJ'.', Oaio. Ball'sCacarru UiiMis t'llcsu in'.srn -vlivi-jt-Irf: dlreet'.y ueon t lie dio.i 1 ;m t iuc'ra J ir J.icps ot tlie syst'i n. l'rio . 7j ;a:i,j.aa. tcld by nil Drasi. 'lixu-eoni: u-de. liaii'3 i'iiuitly i'ill ;iih dio lay. CiT.fdi ami pl.iro have come In fnr n romparaiivt iy nev,- r.se in the short ho:; ccat. Crash jnel;:i.s are made se verely plain, with many rows of stitch ing and hig finiohed pearl lmttons v.r, their main ornament. Pittshr.rg Dispatch. The best v.uy It alo-,.3 ".villi yc.ir tciziibor3 is no: ii k:iov anv ci tar.ii. Auk Your Ji et- tur .1 I mi'-Kmr, A powder. It rr-3i'4 lio foct.. (';:: :;i Cere", liunions, Sv:o1!.l:: 'orcllol', Cr 1 PwotttiisR reH and InRrowiD-; Nni!s. A'un s Fo-n-Easo mak: aaw or tiur, sirr.'3 0:1 y. t til Druggiats aid Sho'i nto.-es, 25 cint. Ac cept no sub'timta. Sample mailed Address, Allen ii. Olmsted, Lciioy, X. Y. There may be plenty of roow at the '.op, hut most of us would prefer to get iu oa the ground iloor. If every man proiitcrt by lus civu mis takes we should all be rich. All creameries use butter rolor. Why rot do ar. they do uae Junk Ti.nt Lut TF.n CoLom It is possibtt: to become sadder without becoming wiser.' Tlso's Curo lor Consumption h an infallible medicine lor ' eougas uud coids. X. SY. bXMCEL, Ocean Grove. N.J. . Feb. 17, 19JJ. There is nothing new under the sua Even the excuses have all been invented. You can't blow your own hora unless you arc able to raise the wind. STUART'S GIN and BUCSiU To all who suffer, or to the friends of those who sulTt-r with Kidney, I.ivor, Heart, Bladder or Blond IHseaso, a sample liottie of Htua 't's Gin and Bnehu, the reat southern Kidney and Liver Medicine, will he sent absolutely l:ee oi cost. Mention this paper. Address OTI'ART DRUG M'J-'G CO., '28 Wull St., Atlanta, Ga. or. i ex ta l ii.Mcr.oii) i: r. v. Hands oT Oriental cr IIn.-?l.in nr. hroidesy hrlslitm up many of the r.ew gown-?, and ahvays give an nir of d'.y tiuction to the dress. Navy blue serg.' Icohs quile miomninu when it i. trimmed with Ilu:;.slan ernhvoidery. and zihellne takes on a r.ew charm when relit vod w ilh l.amh; cf Ihastern v: irh. lllacl: velvet (lre.os are Iieh:g miieli worn, efipeclally hy fair woir.en. am! I have also noticed some pretty drosses In gray velvet. A charming gown which formal part of t ho trov.ssear. of a recent hride was made in silver-gray velveta lined with palest hliie silk. Th seams Avero laced across Avith silver cord, and a hrautifnl collar was Avorn. made of wiiito gvi puro 'aid over pale blue and threaded with silver and embroidered Avith tur quoise. Turquoise combs we-.v worn in the hair, and other ornaments of the same pretty stones were added to the bodice. All fashionable Avonsen are wearing what they call hits cf hlne" turquoiso ;hains. or necklaces of turquoise ma trix. This latter is always such a fas cinating object, with its strange streaks 0 hroAvn and green. Strings of pearls are more popnlar 1han ever, and jeweled chatelaines, gold or silver purses, nnd largo dia mond rings, frequently covering the fingers un to the knuckles, are much worn. Tins abundance of necklaces, which used to ho so much liked, has noAv become a thing of tho past: at present tho pendant is the important point, nr.c. It is better to let It hang Tin: riiMixiNi' rin. A distinguish! d preacher once divid ed lies Into "black lies, Avlilie lies, -.'ray He and Chl'.i: v lies." Tile fendnbi" !ih !m i.craHy a j-.:diel,,,;s blemi cf the whit lie and the ('liii, v Ih . Per tin' In in lit of tk-.se ay hi 1 bae iinrr grad uated In tiie special mendacity tripos It may be explained that a Chinese Ii is, as a rule, purely orramei-.tal. being In the nature of emhr.il.!. ry. wbteh Is In tended to add 1 can iv and color to the pl.iin object cn Avhlcu it is used as ti!::i tniii.r. Tiie rhit.cse He is protnp'o.l hy the very highest and m.'.d- a cT cc. lives namely, t; dcsir: to give pleasure to clhers; many a ph ia. il-.!l feet htiug served up and ii::.l" quit tastv and aj peil.lng liy a lit tit- juiHcbuu :;rt.ltiin o( Chiir'se -er em'ir'ililery. I )1 reeled into tiie proper channel. :i Cl'.ir.ese liar lifcnna s e. .'Uill't-.l Avrl.er of ilctl:i:i. and turns her gll'r to prolimhlo .('c.n:nr. I'ut Hie everyday femiidii" jM.mt-:ir. Avho has net tills outlet tor h;-r iarra- (liiliV.'.lar ta'etit. Iitrus her aln !:!';. ni to the aftertmi.n tea able, ami rods a f.p;oi to Avha'.cvir vn..p ,.s g..ng i-y a gentle i.eppcrlug Z li'ns. Siie rneit; a man on the other sid.'of Iho slreet, Avho raises his hat and d.asl'.es along to catch his train, and y the time sh" has reaehe'l 'I:a tea table for Avhieh she N lioiird f 1:- Is prepared to gi'.o i irerim.-lr.nilal evidence of the cger manr.cr in Avhieh lie iinrtied across l'.e raad. the eiTrsive way in Avhieh he f rast;d her hand Aviih a 'lin gering pressure, gazing the whl'c into h?:1 lustrcv.s eyes. And "'.: can report wotl for Avcrd all Iho :-w-t sayimrs ami pugary compliments Avhieli lie would no doubt have paid, her if he had had the time. l'in'Gituna;eI;.' this glfi of imaclna ti r.i is often rccannianlcd by a deftd ive memcry. "vhores to make a good or pri vaejeatov nothing i so essential as a good memory. Without this iho employer of tho ("uinrsc method is ai iiinf,' certain to got found out sooner cr later (generally so.vaori. red thru she ims the 1 lorliliealion cf ilnding il.at per little efforts to nloasr quite fail in 1h 'lr e'fect. And not only that. hut. what :s more trying si..i. sue even i.nus hat Avinn, from h'.ci: of material for llciioiml pnrpesos. sl:e does for once, serve up the cold ungarnb-hod truth. I '.or homers have so got in the habit of dneliovlug her that her plain state ment is received Avith incredulity. That s Aviiy any one who aims at distinction in the Jibbing Avorld must carrlully cul tivate a good memory, and so follow tho golden rule to avoid heiug found out. Modern Society. i t - a Wl 'J 1 vl 5'K .. r 1 '' "; ! i iii.mmiiimiiiii iMiHiiMMi.iiiiii"iueii"HI'l liii"i,"i'"wi,j A Beauti ul Yourtj; Society Woman's Letter, from News. a slender chain. New York m-w i ,n fM& rass the Glass of r-lllMl Hootbeer f 'l tMil i.V 11IU ... Hil lll'iiitliflll A 1-iuiijHl " VP- l-fcuer roiikiivi.wi. z&Mr'fr A ll'j ' T' V'Vh !'. Sol.levwywlH-re, 5 ' i;V X'r. H XWVX- K-V.-.S : or l.y mail for sir, cenu. rjiin.ni M t-j' Blulvorn, 1'a. fAPUDINE Cc b riiRFf; Oi our v CURES Stomach AND - . Indigestion 10, 25 and 50c. at Drugstores. Ccanine stamped C C C Never sold in telk. Beware of the dealer who tries to scJl 'something just as good." HGivo trie name ot ihis peper when wrillns to advertisers-(AT. 2j:03i THE INDIA SIIAVv'L. Though India shawls possess great value they are seldom bought or sold nawartays. There's a good reason for this. They are hardly Avorn at all. De spite many stories of tho attractive wraps into Avinoh tnoy may he eon verted there's one pair of eyes that have been open all winter and have not rested on a single one. This sIioavs that not everybody has taken to the wholesale rdaughterlng of these rare and beautiful shaAvls. It is Filly to cut one up for a Avrap which will be passe in a fpAV seasons. 1 .. .1 1. ii' r ii .110u1e;' uung: .uany oi uiem are ph'izod quite as much for their associa tions, having been handed doAvn. gen oration afier generation, as for their great money value. If your great- grandp.apa brought your great-grand mamma one from India, and It has at length com? down to you, yen appro ciato just how this is. English brides in high life received 'his proverbial gift from the late Quoeii Victoria. And every Avoman of means on cither side of tho Atlantic has, tn the .absence of thoughtful ancestors or ricu ana tuiorai menus. t(iioiiv pro vided herself Avith one ef there treas ures. An India shaAvl is like some other things in this life yon haven't any earthly use for it. yet you feel robbed if you haven't got it. Since cutting one up Ja out of the question, save Avith iconoclastic souls Its seasons of exploitation are restrict ed to sartorial conferences with dear ?st friends and festive occasions when t is spread over a library table that is )erhaps the worse for Avcar. A couple cr more generations ago the Paisley shawl invention of a canny cot. was a fad Avith those who cither ;cuM not afford the real Indlas or did ict care to wear a real India freqmnt y. The better Taisiey shawls had a To cut one of 1; cf the vandal scanty of their oavu. ".ht.se up docs not sma :s uee.: mary a nev: vo attractive on It must be vcjy SwiHoAA--talI bo corsage. SunfloAvcr roseites headgear. Tucking is in favor. fine or very course. Medallions of lace in all sorts and sizes are much liked. Straw buttons stud the lace cn hand some imported hats A touch of orange-pink is very smart Avith gray or castor, White sorgo is the favored material for fair ones who a-yachting go. A fan of pleated ribbon half covers the top of one pink and white picture hat. Chantilly and Irish point are com bineil to good advautagj on a tilmy net gOAvn. The favored fabrics grow coarser in weave r.ud mere open in texture Avith each day. It is said dipped laces have not tho greatest vogue because they Avear abominably. A ruch trimmed ruflle appears upon the majority of the latest black taffeta underskirts. 1 L'icliu draperies Aviil be the comple ment of the thin cotton gown in tho majority of cases. Tho 'mitten" sleeve, that is, one Avi'.h a long, tight gauntlet cuff of lace, is one of the very newest and smartest. Beautiful lace collars, so wide as to almost reach the top of tho snugly-titling girdle, are almost Indispensable to the myiish bodice. Belts of black satin hands alternat ing Avitli rows of nanoAv lace, Avith fab fronts and pendant purse of th? same material, are recent introduction that are both convenient and good looking. The sun shades of the summer of 100.) are al'.nost as elaborate inside as out. Their linings aro'tueked. milled Avith chiffon and adorned wit Ii lace. When held over the shoulder these form n most effective background. In the realm of costly parascls the top notch of elegance Is the all-iace parasol, preferably the lovely thread lace. Mtuuted over silk with misty blurred colorings and Avith a geld han dle set with gems, surely it ii lit for a piincisb' me. h Ui. -h A -lM tvC?.' ' v : iV ' ' M A ' ff Kir vva S, .4 , it Sr. l'At i., Minx., r: WabuHh.i si. Dr. 1 1 1 it in a ii, Coiumbuii, 0., JJi'.tr Mr: " toofc Vcruud lust suininrr when. 1 was all rtiiL dotal, nnd h-ul u ,'if(i(l(tcif and back ache, and no ambition for an lit Ii i n I note ; .... r .1 ;,i yf f. (' IO It III Hi) x f l.f 1 1-1 r f in, all ni t life, and alt thanks is due io ijouSi 7;.. i,...,. N I ,U I III Iff i I I llIKfr. Ucss F, Jleahj. Thy yuiptoniM ot puiiinn r p;i tiinli ioe quite unlibu in diliVr cut clues, but tliu ino.l cum moil (Hies are geiicfu.1 lus.dlude, p.ayt'd-i.ut, tiit'il-out, u.scilu,!, imi-itowii tit'linys, eomtiiiuii with more or Iihh heavy, stu uiciit.d wtidttiim. ( U , jn ' . . i S. , h TZt. . ,i H WVa upi.ly it. y SliXtyi-W' ' VVV 1 It you do not receive prompt H v VWWAT.W. the use o 1 M A X" .ill ' 1 IC W! """"a 17K n j til'i. ilhth iteiish for tood and the uluhrv 1 to di;;-Kt i'Mul m'ciim to be lot. vki;i eruptions, r.ai.ow coni pli'Moii, M.iiusner4( ce;UeC iontfui', fitful, irregular sleep,' Help to complete the picture '.vhich is bo common at thi .itason. l'eruna fo exactly meet all these conditions tlia.t tho de mand is so treat tor this rem edy nt tins ticicoii of tiie ytar lliat it is nearly u.iposaihio to Mipply it. It you do not receive prompt and sati.-t'u'tory renin U lroai lVruna, write . A. 1 ... II.. -I - .. once io uv. iiuriuiuii, .ivi.iy as full statement of your case, undV , 1 Ins valuable advice .titin. Address Dr. Hartuian, Presi dent of the llartman Sanita 'cun. Columbus, Ohio. j ; !?K Vlff (V , I ';:i iiv&.y.cillii n JEIV1 ERGON'S BRQMQ-SEITZER 10 CENTS. HEADACHES. R. QUICKLY CURED BY 10DVRYimRE. it II Cottage li Watural Flavor We tn!:e our choice corned beef, ccok it nnd ser.son it p!1 done bv experts U'tUr than is possible at hnme. Wl.rn hist riclit V.e DUt it ill Cai.s t- '' "l it risht until you want it. ' " Keen it in the house for emer-er.cies ?rr siircers, fpr sandvvicbes for an' you want something nood ant want it quici. i.mpiy tbru a key and llitf tan i 7rite lot our frre booWtJ;, "h v to Make Good fhinics o Eat."' appetumir runch is ready m ta instaut. Uhby, Mcmi a Lsbby, Chicago. mm CUHED Gives J OnlrV J Relief. Removes til swelling fa Stosa days; elVects a permanent ture in In to d.ivs. Trial trratmcnt '.. X given free. Not liii) jean he fairer , fT'-"1"1 SpecUllsis. Cot Q Atlanta, Ca. ,825-EveWDay V ca bo 0M1I7 miido wlHi our cf Well Augers Sz DriUa v tonn(r ana iwooK-Drii MniT W nrruntA the 2lrt TJfcMV ut our ftuntomt"" Tn?iKOrora -r . . ., t 1 . . ..i.iuf S ti Kill. Addrtn). A aw w w - - ----- - cuiun IHEiii. Adurts, j LCCMIS KAMIR 13., VJfVA'. Jn.i I QANCER CURED WITKCtT ClTTftG, I A New Vcgota jlc Komcdy. '. .AH flit'-. t:.-r'.:.a ai 1 Si.r Cure Cuarantfcd bitvprv Casi,-? lrtsetcJ. KAT'OSAI. CA.NCKK Ml'.;' '"Nt Oloi'A.M, .ui:eii JUiui.Uai;. ';t.i. ua.. V".' ' Vli w f..i:t. i..L ii.-. i. , 1