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A country boy visiting New York topp4 l frantic runaway learn tliat was about to riash on the sidewalk where there were hun dred nf women ami children. He aved their l.vea, bit lost his own. Hundreds of 'ivrs are saved every year by llostetteri Stomach 1'ittert. People who arc hat jo int to their gmvea with disorders of Htom seK, liter, bowels find hlood are brought back to good health bv it. All the aick should try it. 'So that is the famous playwright? But why is it that one reads so little about him nowadays?" "Oh, he has been famous too long." l'liogende lilaetter. Material aad Makr-t'p of Sou ( the Cotlnmri af the ra wer Season. Warm Weather Weakness is quickly oven-omo by th toning and blood enriching qualities oi Hood's Sarsaparilla. This great medi cine cures that tired feeling almost i quickly ns the sun dispel the morning mist. It also cures pimples, boils, salt rheum, scrofula and all other troubles originating in bad, impure b.ooa IUUU parilla America's Greatc3t Medicine. Hi slz for 5. Hood's PUIS cure biliousness, indigestion. Where Noah Kept Hl Bee. Dr. James K. Hosmer, while recently vis it trier ltoston. had occasion to visit the new public library. As he went up the steps lie met J'.dward Kverett Hale, who asked thi doctor's errand. "To consult the archives, was the reply, "Ily-the-way, Hosmer," said Dr. Hale, "di you know where Noah kept his bees: "No," answered Hosmer. "in the ark hives," said the venerabk L readier as he passed out of earshot. adieV Home Journal. Shake Into Vonr Shoe A lln' VfVQoa a nnwilpr fnr T.llP feet. AIIITII B I J.l.n , I'-' It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions, it s tne greatest cumum i:scovery of the age. AMen's Foot-Ease rnaket tifrht or nw shoes teel easy, u is a certain ..... fn. .wnalinn fifl 1 IrtllQ (1 n A Yl fit" t j TPfl fl fit Intr foet. Try it Uday. Bold by all driip-trisU and shoe stores, 2.rx Trial package FKEE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, JN. i. Wind Won, as I'sanl. There was great jubilee and there would have been feasting in Madrid had provisions been cheaper. "Shout, stranj'cr, shout!" urged the high born hidalgo. .n American town was com pletely destroyed!" "Ah, by Camara's squadron?" inquired the stranger. "Well, the information from American ources says it was destroyed by a cyclone. What that may be none of us know, but it surely means some torm ot r-pa msh power, At any rate, it was a great victory." N. Y. World. Wheat 40 Cents a Ilashel. How to grow wheat with big profit at 40 ;ents and samples of Salzer's Ked Cross (80 Hushcls tier acre) VV inter W heat, Kye, Uats, Clovers, etc., with Farm Seed Catalogue for I cents postage. JOHN A. SALZEll SEED CO., La Crosse, V is. k As to Riches. The woman that married a poor man be cause she loved him is verv ant to want her laughter to marry a rich mar. w'uemer she loves him or not. ltoxoury uazette. When insured property burns, people irondcr if it wasn't set on fire. Jf it was not insured, they wonder how some folks are 10 careless. Washington (la.) Democrat. For Nausea, Vomiting and the weak, irri table fctomachs of Children, nothing equal; Or. Mujj'tlfi Teethi.na Teething PwicaVrs.) Colic, Hit es and Thrush in Infants relieved ind prevent' d by Dr. MnffelVi Tebtuin itcuunn muxteii). AU druggists Keep 11. Don't Yon Sleep T Docs your Head Ache? Sonmifi CafTeln mres instantly. All druggists. 25cents. Dr i axton .Medical Co.,a)lltivcrht.. Troy, A. 1 In the Lanarnnice of the Day. ITc I shall never love again. She Ah. An immune. Indianapolis lournui. To Care a Cold in One Dar Take Laxative I?romo Quinine Tablets. All druggists retund money it it tails to cure. 25c After that alliance with England is Formed, will she join us in celebrating the Fourth? L. A. V. Bulletin. Piso's Cure for Consumption is an A No. 1 Asthma medicine. . H. W illiams, An tiocti, in., April 11, 181U. Mamma "Film what animal do we get our mnii.' i-iossic r rom the milkman Judge. Hall's Catarrn Cnre Is taken Internally. Trice 75c. Ilcnnett "There is more talk about Spain ?enng tne ermines. .earpass France?" Bennett "No; to a man whom she owes a coal bill." Puck. , Shim TEE EXCELENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the oriinnalitv and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Svrtp Co. only, and we wish to impress upon 11 the importance of purchabinff the true and oripinal remedy. As the pennine Syrup of Fig-s is manufactured by the California Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par lies, ihe inirli standing of the Call forma Fio Svhi p Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the penuine Syrup of Figs has pven to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritatintr or weaken ing" them, and it docs not pripe nor nauseate. In order to pet its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. " riittciws, cat FASHION NOTES Among- the newest idea is the trim ming of bright-colored wool fabric ith ruffles of silk muslin. A dress of light-blue veiling has a fckirt almost covered with little ruffles of silk mus lin arranged in groups aud forming icallops and points. The waists of these dresses are extremely elaborate, the majority of them having waists and sleeves either cf guipure or solid embroidery. Some of them are of the dress material ornamented with needlework, ribbon and silk applique, gimp, and, indeed, any or the trim mings that are now so popular. The grotesque is approached by the finish of some of the new sleeves. They are wide, flaring cuffs that al most entirely conceal the hands. An imported costume is shown with cuffs that resemble the brim of a soft bat with the crown sewed inside of the sleeve proper, so wide and flappy ore these new attachments. They are not only awkward-looking, but exceeding ly uncomfortable, necessitating the use of both bands if one perforins the slightest office, as one hand is neces sary to hold the enormous cuff back while the other ii occupied. Evening, dresses of velvet are high ly approved. They have low-cut necks, and sleeves of lace, and are, therefore, no warmer than the lighter fabrics. dress of primrose velvet is trimmed with white beads and white gimp or ranged to form connecting links or festoons between embroidery or single figures of passementerie. The skirt of one of these dresses is almost covered with fine lines of bead work, gimp am the aforesaid figures. A stylish hat is in a shape not unlike the sailor, but with a brim sufficient ly full to curve up at the sides and down at the front and back. The trimming is one very long, wide and heavy ostrich plume fastened uuder n buckle in front and falling over the back of the hat almost to the shoul ders. Under the brim are crushed roses nnd on the side opposite is a scarf of silk muslin. A handsome carriage cloak is made of putty-colored cloth. It has a trim ming of ribbon about two inches wide which is set on in embroidery or braid ing pattern, and filled in with fine stitches wrought with embroidery silks. The garment is double-breasted and has one large lapel, a high, rolling collar, and sleeves with the tops slight ly full. A stylish dress has the skirt plainly made and finished at the hem with a ten-inch-wide trimming of plaid silk The waist is made of the same silk and has a yoke, collar and cuffs of heavy guipure. There is a 'belt of the material and little jacket skirts that are stylish, although somewhat patchy in effect. The newest skirts flare out sharply around the feet. The general effect seems to be modeled on the plan of an ordinary feather duster. X. Y. Led ger. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Some Items of Information I non Ya rlons Subject of Home Interest. An English recipe for cooking po tatoes is worth a trial and then ndop tion. Boil some potatoes until nearly tender, cut in thick slices, Imtter baking dish and arrange the. potatoes in layers, putting between each layer sliced bacon and prated cheese Moisten thoroughly with a little stock cover with grated cheese, put a few bits of butter on top, and bake iu am oven about a half hour or until browned. The coin spot muslins still continue popular for curtains. The new fabrics come in double widths, while the spot are in all sizes. Nearly all of these curtains are tied back close to the win dow, with wide, loose bands of the curtain stuff, edged on the bottom with ruffles of the same. Very few win dows now show the old loopings of ribbons or cords. Twigs of peach, aipple, cherry, lilac or the flowering currant, cut off now and placed in a vase in-n summer win dow and given plenty of water, will soon burst into bloom. In the in valid's room or nursery these avant couriers of the spring will find a special welcome. A cup of hot water, declares Sir Andrew Clark, of London, possesses the same medicinal qualities nttnb uted to an equal amount of whisky while lacking in the injurious prop erties. Hot vtater in abundance is es peciallv recommended in malarial troubles. Remember that when fat bubbles it is only iust melting and not at all in the ricrht condition for frying. After the bubbling has subsided, a slight smoke will arise, and that is the mo ment the material should be put in Washington Star. A Currant Tart. Line a pieplate with light crust, fill with currants well sweetened, or to three cupfuls of currants add one cup ful of raspberries Bnd sugar to taste Cover with crust, flute the edges with a fork, sprinkle with sugar and bake or when the tnrt.is ready to take u ( in this ease no top crust is used), le it cool and add a meringue; run it in the stove again and brown lightly Serve immediately. Ladies' World. To MnIT a lied. Bad sleepers should try the advan tages ?f a bed stuffed with beech ieaves. These, if gathered early in the fall of the year, nre very soft, frog-ran nd soporific in their effects, and w often give the rest that a feather be denies. Beech leaves keep fresh ami sweet for many rears, and will not harbor insects or other unpleasant noses. Cincinnati Commercial Trib A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. r They save a daughter froml blindness. Whea a father writes that yours " is tlie best nirtlicine in the world." you on sllow something lor seeming extrava gance in the statement if you know Hint the medicine so praised, cured a loved daughter ol disease and restored to her the eyesight nearly lost. The best med icine'in the world lor you is the medicine that cures you. There can't be anything belter. No medicine can do more than cure. That is why John S. Goode. of :s iu th Otrick, Mo., writes i hee ktrong terms: "Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is the best med icine iu the world. My daughter hail a relapse alter the measles, due to taking cold. She was nearly blind. and was obliged to remain in a dark room all the tune. The doctors could give her no relief; one ol them directed me to give her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Two bottles cured her com pletely." The thousands of testimonials to the value of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla repeat ver and over again, in one lorm or another the expression: "The doctors gave her no reliel; one of them directed me to give her Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Two bottles completely cured her." It is a common exp-ericnce to try Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla as s last resort. It is a common experience to bare Dr. Ayer's harsaparilla prescribed by a physician. It is a common experience lo see a " com. pletc cure" (ollow the use ol a lew bottles of this great blood purifying medicine. Because, il i a specific for all forms of blood disease. If a disease has its origin in bad or impure blood. Dr. Ayer's Sars. aparila, acting directly on the blood, re. moving its impurities and giving to it vitaliiing eueigy.will promptly eradicate the disease. The great feature of Dr. Ayer's Sarsap. rilla is the radical cures that result from its use. Many medicines only suppress disease they push the pimples down under the skin, they paint the complexion with subtle arsenical compounds, bul (he disease rages in tne veins nae a peut tip fire, and mine day mtin out in a vol. canic eruption that eats up the body l.t'i Krsanarilla goes to the root. makes tne louniain ticuu nuu mc waters are clean. It makes the root good and the fruit is good. U gives Nature the elements she needs to build up the broken down constitution not to brace it tip with stimulants or patch it up on the surface. Send for Dr. Aver'a Curebook, and learn more about the cures effected by thii remedy. It's sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. f if r f ye tr f 0 nt ! W W W W 1W w w a' w w w sue r I) o o o o o o o o o o o a o a a 0 o o o a o o o o o o (5 a o o o o o C) C) t) o Remember if you are dissatisfied with the size of piece or with the quality of the chewing tobacco you are now using and you Tl get your moneyfs worth. The 10-cent piece of Battle Ax is larger than the 10-cent piece of any other brand of the same high quality, and is the largest piece of really good chewing tobacco that is sold for JO cents member fh name - VI tlWU Will C(t "Ajar-J fl I if c ' 0lNIHOCOOHIiC' 41 mSS COLLAR WOCUfTS STIFF ID UK A i M MIIM) OT THIS fTUCM WTU CO A3 UK P0WO THALT OM AMY OTMt U I1AICM. 3 .CJINfTErTBROffC?! J it A 0 eautiful resent FREE for a few monthis to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flatlron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starcb.so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true, the makers have bad prepared, bt great expense, a series of four GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion cf advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quai!, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 35 years. TWENTY -TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept 00 substitute. Son To Cot Them: All porehasers of three 10 cent or six Srent psi-kapes of tlostie Piarrh (l int Iron llrand i, are entitled to re relief rr.m their r:r"rer one of ill"9 Uianliful Oame Plaqnea free. Tl I Inqucs will not bn sent by 0iail. They ean ba obtained only from your procer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Ik not oV1.it.- This offer is for a short lima only. ALL MEN LOVE BEAUTY. Mrs. Pinkham Counsels Young Wives to Keep Their Attractiveness A Letter From a Young Wife. 7 ) 1 Seven-eighths of the men in this world mar ry a woman because, she is beautiful in their eyes. What a disappoint ment then to see the fair young wife's beauty J iaamg away bctore a year Ifeelasiflwouldliketo ' say to every young woman who is about i o be married " Strengthen yourself in advance, so that you will not break down under the new strain on your powers." Keep your beauty, it is a precious pos-, session! Your husband loves your beauty, he is proud to be seen in public with you; try to keep it for his sake, and your own. The pale cheeks, the dark shadows under the eyes, the general drooping of the young wife's form, what do they mean? They mean that her nerves are failing, that her strength is going and that something must be done to help her through the coming trials of . maternity. Build her up at once by a course of some tonic with specific pow ers. Such as Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound. You can get it at any druggist's. Following we publish by request a letter from a young.wife of her own accord she addresses it to her "suffering sisters," and while from modesty she asks to withhold her name, she gives her initials and street number in Chambersbjirg, Pa., so she can easily be found personally or by letter: , ' ; To my Suffering Sisters: Let me write this for your benefit, tell ing you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I am but nineteen and suffered with painful menstruation, leucorrhcea, dizziness, burning sensation back of ears and on top of my head, nervousness, pain and soreness of muscles, bearing-down pains, could not sleep well, was unable to stand without pain, and oh! how I longed to be well ! One day I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham telling her all, knowing I could do so in perfect confidence. She wrote me a lovely letter in reply, telling me exactly what to do. After taking nine bottles of the Compound, one box of Liver Pills, and using one-half package of Sanative Wash, I can say lam cured. I am so happy, and owe my happiness to none other than Mrs. Pinkham. Why will women suffer when help is near ? Let me, as one who has had experience, urge all suffering women, especially young -wives, to seek Mrs. Pinkham's advice. Mrs. R. S. R., 113 E Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pa. "THE BEST IS, AYE, TllZ CHEAPEST." ( ? AVOID IMITATIONS OF t Vnr Within Wan. "Another quarrel going on next door." "What's t lie matter this time?" "She wants to name the baby 'Pewey' and he wants the name for bis wheel." In dianapolis Journal. Iron Roofing! All klada ot ROOF Sr-Pri lLs"" una MILL. SI I'I'LIIS. r- ' . r t '''' Tf . ' . -1 i.i tun.S A.l Lit 1 t j Beat i.muH fjmp. Tm;-i 1 . t f J ; In i-m... -1 h --c-. , If LlUGf "I have been troubled a crrrat deal With a torpid liver, which produces conatipa tion. I found CASCAHKTS to be all you claim fortnera.anil soured aucta relief tho first trial, that I purchased another aupply and uti eom pletely cured. I ahull only be loo glad to rec ommend Oascarets whenever tho opportunttl U presented. " J. a Smith. 20.'O Susquehanna Are., Philadelphia, Ta. fop& CANDY sLJJJ CATHARTIC t TBAOE MANN IOITtmo Pleamnt, Palatable, l'oient. Tatte Good. Vi Good, sevor bicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. &c,60 ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Urilat R.Mj (m ffck.n, Maalrtal. Twt. M t! fl.Tfl.P H 0 "old and rnnriinteed hy all dmi nim I U-CAVi ,,. u LLilE Tobacco HaUit. TASTELESS inn iru U 11 IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARnANTED. PHICECOcts. NOCURE-flOPAY This Is th vaT all dmrrits sell GHVF.'S TASIEI.tSS CHILL TONiC for Miliaria. Chills and Fever It Is kiniply Iron and y:i nlne la a tasteless form. Children love it. Adults prefer it to bluer, nauseating Tonics. At all drucifUts. SHOOT Winchester Ioaded" Used byAllthe (jtAMPiGN Smcts. fif.C. Jifo Namc cna Postal Otf, fOX 152 ACl iLLUSTRmO CfTALQ6Ut. lit Wimitcsrit tn . MtmHutiH. Cwm - riOr. D C V NFW niSCOVERV; Owl l I Ji g qiin k rrr-f .nil -.i.r. worrt c.i.-.. sni lor li-lc of tfwtiinmill!i B lad.yt IrcalMcul l i te, Ur. U. II. uut l Sos,in.M to. I i-'j 13 f-l 1 ' " rned. wrlelo i fi i': : h li 1 1 M B M Woollf,at.D., I U Aliaou, Oa. SUMMER RESORTS I on LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Ht th 0''i on th "Mth ihnr. or tb "HMlsfj smnl on mm n.rt& thure in marrtps f-tf H INLAND " n 1. utf'r.i ipti bt-nk 4 rrnt f.-r -HI MUf.R hor- K bo. k drimM IV'tfi. n(J Ui.rilmaT h n 4 I- an-l and Ac. f,.r "(MvI K It'J rl Ul ftQ H (l!fl b.h. tO II. t Lon I- Md Cllj, Ham 1 MiiaiciiiAMita,! TfiaBestBOGK OH VJlU TlArTTTTU.T th9 llnil buoO rwi imoip tuu T 1 utrtM tprs in ftnt Nxtr nltnf EDUCIONAL. Springliill College lr eendiK ied hy tha ,lsull l ariiers. refiar. amry.Cnmn.rrrial nd lasu ai I oi.r.M. Lr; t? miiasiiifi. rminlnf Irae. etc lliiiu a eeproi a lj heairiT. A'l ire ht. M, MoV.NIHAN.a. J.. I're.uleot. THE KOCSEY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. ruviui, 1111. W l. MIHIVKT, A. M , rr1nrli.nl. Prior L.tu.(j u m ur. au.4i.aioa. A. N. K.-F 1722 whc WKirixn T'j Aiiifr.Tuias leaM atie that ra Hv taa Atffcrtta aitat la tkla ptr- une. IrVJANocuf-PiDCEo Iron Co., f UilUmir. St. KI lues v- Meaiphla. leas, 1 1