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Tbe widow of CollU P. Huntlnftoa lias Informed friends to WMhlngton of her purpose to resldo pormanently In Tarls. With this objwt In view hp Is iTopnrlng to clnso Iut house In 'New York and go to the French cup Ital, ho.rB tlicro will sn;n lio com pleted a mansion for lior costing near ly fi.O00.O00. Mrs. Huntington wai many years younger than her great husband, who left her tho hulk of Iris ml'.llous to do with aa she might it lit. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured mltri Ilio lil -Kl l"irinT.,acllriit 1trrit!r in ine trmc ilia B irfarr-a. Hit- I'rrfa.'t eiiittna!!n f ttia t HiUrPilI'Mita la liat T .dura ptirh w nt lrrfili re Svj.ia lu curltiic f atsrth r-.-inl f..r tt!rn r'ala fr I'. . I t ill. M 1 LU., I'tupa .. ro.edu. o B'ah Tlnudl... 7..- r 1 ht I'rutrif'.i- C'Tr Take Uslle L-au.ll)' 1'i.U fr eonatlpalUiii. Weak men tremble lit the world's opinion, fonl.'i defy It, wlnu mon Judge 11. La Hocbofoucalil. Don't Use "Practically Pure" White Lead There is no other pipment that ii "practically " While lad no other paint that has the pmpcrlie of Pure White Lead Paint. Pure White Lead, pood paint that It ii, cannot carry adulterants without luvinn its eflicienry impaired. To net Pure White Lead durability, see to it that every keg bearb the Dutih lloy trade mark a guarantee that the con tents are absolutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Truces. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." Riven valuable information on the paint subject, iscnt free uimjh request. NATIONAL I.EAD COMTAJiY In whirinr of th ..I. Om cifirs la sruir.f ii KawYnrk. fl-ialon. Iinffnlo, 0rlant. Cin.'iniiiiti, rin.-iwiv HI lnila. I'Mla'tel- iihia .li.titi T. Ilr.NkC4j.Ji I'lllatJiireB iialuiiiaJ L-l 4 Oil Uo I To coiiTlnott any ttdTimn tit At I'wv lltifi Aiitl-ttHptl! will lmprnvt) ii r Utattb ami do ali wo claim fur It. 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HlloR HtiTin.itOn sftt twa lllh HI.. Wsv-htnirt'-ii. I f. itnnehM cteoft.sat HICKS CUBES ALL ACHES And NarvoastMava T.-illN)kllc Atratan .PATENTS t. rUaS, HtMt Alto. aav, t1'Ha(iluui'ii.I. n. Ativo A. N. K-B . (100723) 2181. wttti I.tx'AI. AI'l'l.li'ATIiS.a thtj tnii"l reeeS tha i'4t of till il!-.'a.r Hi ri ll la a lilix.-l i't r n-tl f nl nai ill.ra.fl. nnU 'u "fil-T to i-urr II mint take Internal rM!f(lir"-. Italia raiarrti rum la tekro in -sriaiiy,a-i'l aria tilri-rt.y i n tho l.l'"Klawl miirnn eurfuri. It:i!l'a Catarrh turn la n it a 'l1"" 1 tnill- fllie. It raa prearrll.'-il tT otlrOf llif hent rilival'MBria :i tlilf "'iiintry f.-r y ara ami la a rrjtmar frf-cr pllon. t la r(t:iii 'aiNl fit tbe lirt I'jftl'-a kn'twn. rti.i.!n. i i SaV Wl T NEW IDEAS ABOUND MANY NOVELTIES SEEN IN THE SEASON'S MODES. One Piece Frock in Black and White 8triped Silk ai an Example Changeable Effect! Shown In Pongees. Kvon thoiinh tlio Hi'anon la w.-ll ad vanccd tlicro Is a niiililtudo of Ideas to I"' found In t ho iiioib's n thoy arc Hludli'd from day to day. Nothing is more frtHMonahlo thnn tin- prlncoss or oiioili'co frock; oin' k''S many nov elties along; this Hue. A delicious model In black and white striped Hi 1 k Is a worthy example of this alylo. It Is simply arranged on the bodice with a lb hu of white chiffon, having a vest of fine white luce and abort prutty sleeves, while on the hem of the ukirt Ik a Greek key carried out in a plait of the striped silk Owing to tho re entry of the nniall waist, tlRht flttliiK princess (towns, caletilutvd to set off to advaniiiKC all the curves of tho fit,' tiro In tho region of tho waist, are FOR HOT WATER CAN. Cosy That Will Keep Contents from Chilling During Wait. A cosy of a comfortable slzo roomy enough to hold a fairly large hot water can may bo soon lu the accom panying illustration, and will prove a real boon when hot water has to be left unused for any lungth of time as. for Instance, outside a bedroom door early In tho morning. Much a cosy as tho one shown In our picture does not tienl any lining, but would be warmer with ono. It Is mado In blanketing, the thicker the better, with the two aides simply stitched to gether. The inscription "hot water" should be carried out In scarlet or navy-blue cloth, cut out liko nn applique trim ming, and then sewn on to tho blan keting with a buttouholo stitch, which CURE FOR RED ARMS. Poor Circulation Has Much to Do with This Defect. Poor circulation Is responsible for more bounty defects than anything else. Particularly Is It to Illume for red arms. Of course, ono's arms may be reddened by untimely exposure to tho weather, but If the circulation be good the llrst warm woek or two will work a cure. It's tho redness that conies from sluggish blood movement that's hardest to remedy. A beauty doctor says tho best way to Improve the general circulation is to keep the extremities warm, tuko abundant ex ercise, eat only nourishing food and avoid tight as well as damp garments. In that ho is at one with tho family physician. A capital euro for redness of the arms Is to work up a creamy lather of first-class soap and massage tho members night and morning!.- The lather, ol course, should bo removed with warm wnter and the arms dried thoroughly. Next take half a liniu and tub the skin with It vigorously until all the Juice Is out. The beauty doctor asserts tlu.t this Is a sura cure In mojt instances. An nlfernntlvo method which can be recommended Is that of applying a paste of oatmeal and water. Tho finest Scotch meal should be used, a handful being stirred with a woori"n stick, a teaspoonful of borax and a little ammonia ailVil, and the whole well mixed. This should be allowed to cool, then applied to tho arms with a complexion nrtish, and tho pnsto al lowed to dry on. It should then be wiped off with a damp spouge and tbe arms dried with a soft towel. Foundation Skirts. It Is still preferred by many that the foundation skirt shall be of tho same color as the frock, but of a shade perhaps two or three darker than It, but, on the other band, the contrasting foundations are wonderfully effective. A soft gray chiffon voile formed one of the pretty acquisitions to a recontly arrived trousseau. It was embroidered all around the bottom of tho full plain skirt in a scattered flower design that employed several shades and tints, ranging from cloudy blue to soft rose pink, and It was worn over founda tion of old roso taffeta, .whuh. how had tbe effect of melting the col ors Into one another in a ravishing ruanuet features of reception frocks for both nficiiioon and evening wear. The striped allkn which fulfill so many faliinnnhle demands do their .share of service In tho field of dressy s well ns of practlcnl toilettes, look In',' quite as chnrniliiK swathed In fur belows and frills ns with simple trim lulnea of golf-stltchlnp. or applications uf fancy silk braids. Annum the new pongees Jho change able effects are strikingly beautiful. Tbe surfucc of the goods Is highly moiccilr.ee! and tho interwoven tints worked In so skilfully that they teem ulmiiHt llko veilings of chiffon. One of the ponrp es In npplo green, mixed with golden brown, Is mado with a fascinating little coat cut low and square In tho neck and delicately em hrnldorod n the fronts and back with (Inn gold braid, with green and brown silk. The sleeves aro flnlsliod very smartly at the clbowi with bands of pale green molrn, and above '.be neck of the coat peeps a band of similar tno'ro that vanishes, apparent ly, beneath tho coat fronts and then reappear, as if threaded through them, the mliered ends having fringe of green and brown. The skirt la plain about the dips and (lulshed at tbe i bottom with folds of brown. will h.ivo the cloth from raveling out ut tho filgoa, Line tho cosy with another layer of blanketing, turn lu tho outer edge and lining ull round and slip-stitch to gether, then trim with cord to match tho lettering; sew It on over tho Join ing of two sides, and arrange in three loops and two fringed ends at the top. POLKA DOTS TO RIVAL CHECKS. One of the Characteristic Decorations of the Summer. Polka dots are rivaling stripes and cnorks as the characteristic decora tion of the summer. They am to be seen on every sort of material and on all Boris of accessories to the toilet. There are among tbe hew materials a great variety of polka dot chiffon In all tbe colors, the design being formed of nil sizes of polka dot. Home of tho chiffons arc while with colored polka dots and Home are In tho pale tints with darker polka dots. Thoro are al so many patterns showing dark grounds with lighter dots, and noth ing is more fashionable than tho black grounds with white polka dots, unless It bo the white grounds with black polka dots. In fact, In the polka dot effects, as In tho checks and stripes, tho black nnd white combina tion seems to b" the most satisfactory. Most of tho chiffons which have a col ored design on a white ground have a plain band of color around tho foot, the gown being mado of bordered chiffon, which is used for this pur pose FROCK FOR LITTLE GIRL. Little girl's frock of navy blue al paca. Iloth blouse and skirt aro plaited and trimmed with" edges of white al paca strapped with tbe blue. ii'ho blottso Is trimmed around the neck with flint lace, which also forms the cuffs. The gimp and under cuffs are of thn while alpnci, trimmed with bands of tbe bluo. The belt Is of "hlte patent leather. Shirt Waist Hlnl" '" -In making a almplo shirt waist, with a kimono sleeve attached, try making the (ilk underneath take the place of a lining The silk of a waist that ls buttoned behind, for Instance, Is mado as itfual, unfitted except on the shoulders, ' and the usual sloevo put In. The kimono sleeve is then set around on the silk, attaching it under the arm and using the waist itself for Its foundation. This is easier and simpler than .cutting the goods out under here and using a separate lln- -tugnr half lining to attach the sleeve toi The strip which forms the kimono ew Je should bo held la narrower at U Jrottom to ease the arm. ' AROUND THE CIRCLE HOW THE PRACTICE OF HOME TRADE HELPS EVERYBODY. THE RESULT OF ADVERTISING An tncressed Use of Printers' Ink In the Local Paper Brought Pros perity to the Entirs Com munity. "You'll have to stay over Sunday, Mary, so I can have a chance for a visit with you. Can't possibly get (he time through tho week. Ilusiness too lively." "Things must bo getting better with you, John. Imt time I was here you seemed to have lots of time to spare. Said business bad gone to the dogs, or rather to the mall-order houses. What mudo the chuuge?" "Well, to tell tho truth, Mary, I Just wakened up one day and thought I would give them fellows In tbe city a little of their own medicine. I got onto the fact that they wore killing mo by feeding the people around hero on printer's ink In tho way of adver tising, and while I knew most of what they said was lies tho people didn't know It, and I started In to show them what I could do. Not at The local merchant who must bear the burden of local taxation Is en titled to the assistance of every resident of the community. When you send your dollars to the mail-order houses of the city you but add to the load he must carry. Keep your dollars at home. lying, you know, but at selling good goods as cheap as tho city fellows did, and lots of times a little cheaper. "I went to the local papor and pret ty noar scared the editor to death by ordering a half page of each Issue for six mouths. Then I set about seeing what I bad to sell that the people would want. I really didn't know what was In that store until I started to look it over. Some of the things had been there so long I had forgot ten about them. I hauled them out and put a bargain salo price on them, told the people about them In the next week's necord, and gave the prices, and say, I Just couldn't get them .things wrupped up fast enough. Ever since then I've Just beon buying and selling, buying and selling. Scorns like nothing stay's In the store. Have hired two more clerks, and they're everlastingly telling mo we're rut of this, that or the other thing. I found that telling the people what you've got and what you are willing-) to sell them for pays. I've paid off that mortgage that's been hanging over us for the last ton years, and gavo $100 to the new church building besides, and it's advertising that did it. "You'll stay over Sunday, won't you? I've got to get to tbe store now." , "Jones ordered a now delivery wagon this morning, Jane. Said since the folks around hero had started to trade at homo and quit sending so much money to the mall order houses he simply had to have it You can have what I make on that wagon to get that now dress with that you've been wanting. . Wish) you'd buy It of Jones though for he always trade with me." "Yes, Blr, I Cgiire I'm ahead a little more than the freight on that buggy, besldos gottlrg a bettor buggy than you goL I Intended to send away for mine, too,, like ycu did, but I .saw Brown's advertisement telling the kind of a buggy he had and tbe price, r-nd I concluded I'd look at it first. He's making hotter prtcos than the catalogue fellows, and he's paying tbe freight besides. I figure that I saved Just about enough on that buggy to pay the doctor's bill tor Molly's sick ness, and then, besides, Brown or dored bis bay of me, and be'a paylnt a good price for It, too.". . ''Now, my dear, you may engage lis Herman to give Princess' musio lessons tor the wave ot prosperity in tbe community hai struck (be mlnia- r- a'Wrtr Taaitwj Ing they votiid mo a raise In salary for tbe coming year. In a talk made by Ilratber Jonrs he explained -that this was possible because tho people were keeping their money at home rather than Bending It to the catalogue houses of the cities. Ilrothor Frank (the post master) explained that the money or der business of his office had dropped to almost nothing within the past six months. Ho said that less than a year ago bo was handling more than $1,000 each month In the shape of money or ders, and thai now the total Is not one fourth cf that. I understand that they will also Increase the school teacher's salary next tt-rm." "A 12-page paper this week, I see. Anything special doing?" "Not at all. That's to bo tho regular else of tho Record In the future. Tho Increase In business warrants it. The campaign of advertising being conduct ed by the men-hunts forced me to In crease tbe size or encroach upon my reading matter columns, and so I In creased. Then, too, my subscription list Is growing. People who never took tbe paper before say they want It now if for nothing more than to kcp post ed on tbo prices the merchants are quoting. Ilusiness In tho Record office Is booming all around. I have had to advertise for two more Job printers, and have Just ordered a new printing press. By the way, ls that horse you offered me some time ago still on the markot? If so you enn bring him around. I want him for a birthday present for my wife." WRIGHT A. PATTERSON. TEN GOOD REA80N8. Read Them and Patronize the Mer chants of This Town. Here are ten good reasons for trad ing with your home business people, as given by an exchange ' Becuuse: You examine your pur chase end are assured of satisfaction boforo Investing your money. Uecause: Your home merchant Is always ready and willing to make right any error of any dofectlvo arti clo purchased of him. Because: When you are sick or for any reason it is necessary for you to ask for credit, you can go to tbe local merchant. Could you ask It of a moil order house? Because: If a merchant Is willing to extend you credit you should girt him the benefit of your cash trado. Because: Your home merchant pays local taxes and exerts every effort to build and better your market, thus In creasing both tho value of city and country property. Because: Tho mall older merchant docs not llght'n your taxes or In any way hold thrj vnlup of your property. Because: The mall order merchant does nothing for the benefit of mar kets or real estate value. Because: If your town is good enough to live In. it Is good enough to spend money in. Gov. Folk of Mis souri. . Because : The best cltizons In your community patronise home Industry. Why not be one of the best citizens? t Because: It you give your home morchant anopportnnlty to compete, by bringing your order to him In tbe quantities you buy out of town, he will demonstrate that, quality considered, be will save you money. . Search for Old Cannon. A tradition still survive in Luzerne county. Pa., that when "Gen. John Hulllvan marched through that region I? J779 on bis expedition against the Indian confederacy of central New York, be burled some superftuoav brass oannon along the WHkes-Rarr mountain. To search for the revolt, tlonary relic . a number- of the best known cltisen of Ashley have formed themselves Into an historical society. On , recent. Sunday the ' member scoured the mountain to the vlclnltr of Laurel Ran, but could find no relic except a few Indian arrow points, nk ate OMUt )a 3eUl I (iw AajitfTeea wmmBsm CARTRIDGES For Rifles and Pistols Winchester make of cartridges in all calibers frpm .aa to .50 are accu rate, sure fire and relia ble. In forty years of gun making we have learned many things about am munition that no one could learn in any other way. When you buy Winchester make of cartridges you get the benefit of this experience WlMOMSOTia fUPIATINO, ARM CO NSW HAVSM, OONN. Food Products Libby's Veal Loaf With Beef and Pork Do you like Veal Loaf? You will surely be delighted with Libby's kind, made from choice fresh meats, in Libby's spotless kitchens. It Is pure, wholesome and delicious In flavor. Rradr for Strvlnr At Ono.-Slmplr farn.ahed with aauc It la an appuiiug tree for luncheon or dinner, Aak jnr arraw fr I.tUrr'. ual latatat Sat'laV l.la4ri. Llbby, McNeill & Llbby Chicago) Don't Push The horse can draw the load without help, if you reduce friction to almost nothing by applying to the wheels. No other lubri- 1 cant ever made wears to lonfr and save sso much horsepower. Next time try Mica Axim Grkasb. Standard Oil Co. Inaarnaf la . SICK HEADACHE Pesltivnlr etrred by these Little rills. They aim relieve UW- trees from Dyspepsia. In rturnsuon awd Too Uoarty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dtsitneis. Ktaacw Drowstaeai Bad Tastt la the Heath, Oouett Taurus, Pla la tbe Bids. TOItTID LIVER. Twj Rfnlate tbs Dowels. .Purely Vesetabia. SMALL FILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE Genuina Must Bear Fac-Simils Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTGEe NEW WHEAT LANDS IN THE CANADIAN WEST 5finn addition-, mllet UUU of railway I hit Tear hftva opened up largely iticreawd teiri lory to ttot proRref,l farmers of Wet Cnuada and the Cor eminent of the Pomim Ion cont.nu.tn to fttva ONK HUNDRHU ANU- 8IXTV ACKEB FREE to avary settler. THE COUNTRY HAS NO SUPERIOR Cnal. wood nd water In bnniUnoa); chnrctiet nd ch.laonTiiiil: markets taay ot accaj Itxes low; climate the heal in (lie noittierii lem. ue rate tout. U. and order prevallaeverywherax, For artelre and inlormallon editress the SUfKRINTRNDKNT OF IMMIGRATION, Ottawa, Canada, ur any authorised Ceuadiu Government A sent. I. 8. CRAWFORD, N. 12S W. Nmlli Street, Kansal City, Mimirri, r C. J. BR0UCHT0N, Res 430, Qsisxy BiiUliai, Oicap, liliswii. ' A Positive , CURE FOR CATARRH 's Cream Balm ulckti ibterbel dm Radial at Once, SOe. ' Mr Bros , M Warren Bt, M. , II M m I B M MrV .carter's! OlTTLE IVER CARTERS Jar- mi