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RECORDING THE GREAT EVENT.
Wedding Boolca a Great Bource of In* tercet and Pleasure. Wedding books aro by no meana a now Idea, but bought ones aro expen- BiVO mikl lacking In Individuality. Tho womaii who Ih clover with her Ungers and brain can make ono for tho friend who Ih übout to become a bride, which Ih bound to bo u great source of Inter est and pleasiire. If she Is good at niuklng pen-and-ink sketches she wants nothing better for her purpose than water-color paper— tho block sheets for her pages and the more elaborate single sheets for her cover. Kach page is supiMxied to be set apart for some special record of a hap pening on that wedding day and should have Its appropriate Inscription In old Kiikllhli lettering and an accompany ing sketch ut the top. There must be a spurt* for a bit of tho bride's gown, a leaf for tho spray | from the bouquet she wants to keep, pages for newspaper clippings chron icling the great event, pages for the In cident that some member of the bridal party feels should not be forgotten. Guests may write their names and their s|M>clul wishes for the hupplness of the newly wedded pair, und the pass ing of the years adds greater Interest to the history herein recorded. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Though baking |>owdercnn be Imughl j so cheap, many housewlv*** like to make their own; so here Is a good i recipe: Mix together till free from ! lumps n quarter of a pound each of carbonate of actio, cream of tartar and ground rice. Keep In airtight tins. Choose should never Ik* left uncov- 1 cred. The way of keeping It Is to wrap It In a damp— not wet—cloth or towel. Cboooo that has In-come dry rnn l»o pounded on a plate with n knife—or. better still. In a wisslen l»ow| with tho end of the rolling pin. and a small j Piece of huttcr. When mixed. It can be used, seasoned with (topper, for ‘ sandwiches, and the remainder, well I pressed down, stored In a covered Jnr. U can also he grated and used for cheese dishes. Jnm Is better for home-made tarts If spread on when the paste Is nearly or quite cold. If baked on the tart, the paste underneath Is likely to become sodden and heavy. FOR THE HYACINTH LOVER. Haw Beautiful Plant May Be Raised to Perfection. Nothing Is easier to grow than the early (lowering Homan. Italian and Dutch hyacinths. The bulbs can be planted in pot*, about an Inch below, the surface. The pot* must then be mink In deep boxes containing three I Indies of ash. or coconntit fiber refuse, j Cover the box with sheets of glass; nnd keep them Indoor*. Your plant* will need no water till! they *how sign* of green growth. Immediately the first growth ap pear*. uncover the plants nnd leave them In a * tin less room for two days, then (dare them close to a window, •where they can get light and air. To prevent flowers growing uneven ly turn them round dally. Itcforc long you will be rewarded with fine, even 3y grown blossoms. Hath a la Hanna. Corned beef hash, an made by the •late Senator Hanna's cook, wns very popular In Washington several year* ago. When tho head waiter of tho senate restaurant wanted hash pre pared very carefully he ordered It thl* way: "One corned beef hash for Senator llanna." One day when tho restaurant wns doing a heavy bust ness nlmost everybody seemed to want corn beef bash. "Corn beef hash for Senator llanna" had been ortJ*vf 1 14 times. When the next order went down to the kitchen the chef shouted: "That’s U» order* for Senator llanna! He's bettor watch out or he’ll founder hlsself." This Is Good for Luncheon. To use cold lamb, ham or beef, mince It fine with half the quantity of ham nnd quarter as much bread crumbs. Season with n small onion (If not objectionable), salt nnd pepper. Mix this with nn egg nnd any gravy that may have been left from tho roast. Put In a baking pnn. cover with bread crumbs, and bake for half nn hour. This Is a g<K>d dish for luncheon. Cure for Chapped Hands. The following paste will niako the roughest hands smooth If constantly used: Mix one-quarter (icund of un salted lard, after clarifying and dip ping In rose-water, with the yolks of two eggs and n large spoonful of honey. Add as much paste of al monds. well (tounded In a mortar, ns will work this compound Into a paste. To Keep Toothbrushes Clean. After each using wash them out thoroughly with clear cold water, then rinse them through n solution of f» per cent boric acid nnd hang In the air nnd Bttnshlne with the bristles tip. so tho water will run down the linndle nnd not stny around the bristles to make them soggy nnd to cause an un ple»j»o.nt odor. Cleaning Wooden Utensils. Wooden spoons and chopping boards should be well scrubbed with Bath brick or sand In preference to soap. This treatment will effectually whiten tho wood nnd make it smooth and glossy. If the surface Ims been stained with grease It should be washed with hot soda-water before It la scrubbed with sand. MANY SOURCES OF SALT. That from Natural Springs Is Gsnar> ally Most Nsarly Purs. The purity of salt depends upon the source from which It Is obtained and tho sanitary conditions under which It Is prepared for the market. The supply of common salt, tho most In dispensable of all tho seasoning sub stances both as u relishing condiment and a well-nigh universal food pre servative. Is exhaustless, yet even so there Is salt and salt, says the Pic torial Review. Formerly salt was obtained by evap orating ocean water, a process that left many impurities In the residuum, to say nothing of Its oxposuro to all kinds of dirt In Its shipment from sea ports. Tho Turk’s Islund or rock salt, which Is still largely used In pork packing and In the manufacture of Ice creums. comes to tho United Ktntcs in holds of vessels continually sub jected to dirt and foul odor*. Upon Its arrival It is again handled, then (tacked In coarse burlap bags, permit ting dust to sift Into tho suit. In tills condition It reaches the consumer. Imtterly. however, tho product of salt springs has largely taken tho lend In this coun'ry not only for table salt but for meat packing. The annual production from this sourco In tho United States reaches more than 40.- 000.000 bushels, the state of New York In the vicinity of Syracuse furnishing s largo proportion of this !ui|»ortunt supply. OLD CAPT. CACK’S QUESTION. Somewhat Pointed. But It Denoted Quick Intelligence. Plerco Jay. the commissioner of. banks of Massachusetts, at the Ameri can Bankers’ ass«>clation’s convention In Bt. Louis, advocated a belter ac counting system. "But above all." said Mr. Jay. In n discussion of his Idea, "wo wnnt Intelligence. If cmbcxxlcment Is to ho thoroughly put down. Systems ore good, but Intelligence Is better, and in cashiers and tellers and Look keepers nnd note clerk* wo want tho samo keen, quick Intelligence that characterized old Capt. Hiram Cack. of Gloucester. "Cack lay very 111. One day ho got ; down hearted, feeling that his COSO was hopeless. " ’I fear, doctor/ he said, ’there Isn’t much hope for me/ •* ’Oh. ye*, there Is/ the doctor an swered. ’Three years ago I was In your condition precisely, and look at mo now.’ "Cack. Intelligent and alert, said quickly: " What doctor did you haver** Surety Had Helped. While the child labor bill was un der discussion In tho senato Mr. Pilot said he did not approve of somo pro visions In tho measure, adding: "Un der the bill as It now stands 1 would not bo permitted to employ my own son In my law office If ho were under 14 years of age." "Would you/* Sena tor Beveridge Interrupted quickly, "put a son under 14 years of ago at work In your office If you desired to train him to boa lawyer?" "I went Into my father’s office." said Senator Piles with dignity, "at the age of 13.** "Did it help?" queried the Indiana senator. "Yes. I am hero." Thun tho sedato senato chuckled. Whins from Henry James. Henry James, pursuing his theme. "The Speech of American Women." speaks of a group of Boston young women, "all articulating as from sore mouths, all mumbling anil whining and vocally limping and shuffling as It were together." Ho compares, also to Its great disadvantage, a school where parents pay so much not to have their boys taught to speak as gentlemen, with one "beyond the sea. In which tho proviso that tho schoolmaster shill speak ns a gentleman Is so abso lutely vital." NEVER TIRES Of the Food That Restored Her to Health. "My food was killing me and l didn't know the cause/’ writes a Colo, young Indy. "For two years I was thin nnd sickly, suffering from Indigestion and Inflammatory rheumatism. "I had tried different kinds of diet, plain living, and many of the remedies recommended, but got no better. "Finally, about five weeks ago. mother suggested that I try Grape- Nuts. and I began nt once, eating It with a little cream or milk. A change for the better began at once. "To-day I nm well nnd am gaining weight nnd strength all the time, l'vo gained 10 lbs. in the last five weeks and do not suffer nny more from Indi gestion and tho rheumatism Is all gone. "I know It Is to Grnpe-Nuts alone that I owe my restored health. I still eat the food twice a day and never tire of It.” Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. The flavor of Grape-Nuts Is peculiar to itself. It Is neutral, not too sweet nnd hns an ngreenble. healthful qual ity that never grows tiresome. One of the sources of rheumatism In from overloading the system with acid material, the result of Imperfect digestion and assimilation. As soon as Improper food Is aban doned nnd Grape-Nuts Is taken regu larly. digestion Is made strong, tho or gans do their work of building up good red blood cells nnd of carrying away the excess of disease-making material from the system. The result Is a certain and steady return to normal health and mental activity. "There’s n reason.” Rend the little book "Tho Road to Well villa'’ in pkga. BLOATED WITH DROPSY. The Heart Wae Badly Affected When the Patient Began Uelng Doan'e Kidney Pille. Mrs. Elisabeth Maxwell, of 416 West Fourth all eel, Oljmpla, Wash., nays: "For over three years I suffered with a dropsical condition with out being awaro that It was duo to kidney trou bio. Tho early stages were principally back ache and bear ing down pain, but I wout along without worrying much until dropsy set In. My foot and ankles swelled up, my bunds puffed und becamo so tense 1 could hardly closo them. I had great difficulty in breathing, nnd my heart would flutter with tho leust ex ertion. I could not walk fur without slopping again and again to rest. Slnco using four boxes of Doan’s Kidney Pills the bloutlng has gone down und the feelings of distress havo disap peared.” Sold by nil dealers. SO cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. French President's Doubts. M. Falllores was until recently be lieved to be the only president of the French republic who had no double, but his counterpart has been found. The man who most resembles him physically 1s a respectablo merchant of the Rue Saint llonore. who plays Ills part with decorum and dignity. He wears exactly the same kind of bluo butterfly necktie with white dots us the president, the samo kind of hat and exactly so oddly cut a beard. And on his promenade* ho Is always ac companied by a friend who could eas ily bo taken for the president's private secretary. Dignified nnd with meas ured steps the enviable double walks through the Faubourg Saint llonore and feels overjoyed at boing saluted on all sides. Safe. Sure and Speedy. No external remedy ever yet de vised has no fully and unquestionably met these three prime conditions ns successfully na Allrocks Plasters. They nro safo because they contain no deleterious drugs and aro manu factured upon scientific principles of medicine. They aro aura because nothing goes Into them except Ingre dients which nro exactly adapted to tho purposes for which n plaster la re quired. They are speedy In their ac tion becauao their medicinal qualities go tight to their work of rcllovlng pain and restoring tho natural and healthy performance of tho functions of muscle*, nerves and skin. AHfock'a Plasters are tho original and 'genulno porous plasters nnd llko most meritorious articles havo boon extensively Imitated, therefore always make sure and get tho genuine. Naw York Philanthropist. Dr. Adelaide Walleratcln. rich, young and handsome, has turned part of her elegant New York homo Into a physician's office. Hero she devotes about six hours a day to practicing medicine, all the Incomo so derived going to her charity work on the east slda of the city. Mrs. Walleratcln Is accomplished and socially prominent, but has given up most of her society pleasures for her professional and charltablo work. Raatorod by Amarican Monay. Charlton, the ancestral home of tba earl of Suffolk. Is onca more the scone of glonea of the olden tlmo since tho marriage of tho earl and Miss Daisy l.cltcr. It la a fine Jacobean mansion of dark sandstone, with mullloned win dows and carved stono portals, and contains many treasure* of nit. Includ ing tho family portraits. That an article may bo good as well ns cheap, nnd give entire satisfaction. Is proven by the extraordinary sale of Dcflanco Starch, each package con taining one-third more Btarrh than can be had of nny other brand for tho same money. Men having often abandoned what was visible for tho sako of what wns uncertain, havo not got what they ex pected. and have lost what they had— being unfortunate for an enigmatical sort of calamity.—Demetrius Phalcr cua. Hat Heavy Liabilities. Herr Johann Strauss, a nephew of tho eminent composer, has been sen tenced to a week's Imprisonment for debt In Vienna. His liabilities are said to amount to 135.000. We dally Influence each other for good or evil. Let us not be the occa sion of misleading others by our ali enee when we ought to speak.—J. H. Newman. "X STIFFNESS, BTITOHEB, LAMENESS, ONAMP, TWISTS AND TWITCHES. ALL DEOAMP WHEN - YOU APPLY JP JACOBS Jp THE PRICE OLD-MONK-CURE | fai 33 AND 30 CENTS b. j Dll ET O FISTIIIJ^-aS-SSiKSSKaSS: SUSHI| PI L&S gßfgfggas-S nil .mu I HE WANTED LIVE NEWS. Correspondent Had No Time to Wasta with Vies ProsldenL Vice President Fairbanks stopped a newspaper man the other day. and good-naturedly naked explanation of an lnddont which happened years ago. On that occasion Mr. Fairbanks and tho correspondent were chatting pleasantly, when suddenly the latter moved away to meet Benatnr Chand ler of Maine. The vice president said: "I have always had great curiosity to know why you deserted me that day." The nowspaper muii hesitated for a moment, and then replied: ‘To tell you tho truth. Mr. Vice President, you nro a mighty dry sourco of news. You muy have a nose for news, hut I doubt It; at nny rate, you nover glvo up any. Now. when a newspaper man Is gunning for big. live news ho hasn't got time to stop and exchange small talk with a man, even If ho be a sen ator. who would not know tho price of nows If he saw It/’ Mr. Fairbanks smiled. "1 thank you for your frank ness." ho said. *‘l aco 1 shall have to cultivate a noso for nows/* ALMOST A SOLID SORE. Skin Disease from Birth—Fortune Spent on Her Without Benefit- Cured Her with Cutlcura. "I havo n cousin In Ilocklnghnm Co. who unco had n skin disease from her birth.until she wns six years of age. Her father had spent n fortuno on her to gel her cured nnd nono of tho treatments did her any good. Old Dr. G suggested that ho try the Cutlcura Remedies which he did. When ho commenced to use It tho child was almost n solid scab. Ho had used It about two months and tho child was well. I was there when they commenced to uso your Cutl cura Remedies. I stayed that week and then returned homo and stayed two weeks and then went back and stayed with them two weeks longer, and when I went homo I could hardly bcllovo sho was tho samo child. Her akin was as soft as a baby's with out a scar on It. I havo not seen her In seventeen year*, but I havo heard from her nnd tho lost tlmo 1 heard from her sho wns well. Mrs. W. P. Ingle, Bur lington. N. C.. Juno 16. 1905." Millionaire Is Canorous. Congressman John E. Andrus, who represents the Yonkers. N. Y.. district, for several years ha* taken delight In playing tho role of Santa Clnua to the pages and telephone and telegraph beys of the house. This year, na usual, hla gifts to tho youngsters consisted of two and flve-dollar bills. Col. An drus la worth 120.000.000. made out of the manufacture of pepsin. Starch, like everything else, la be ing constantly Improved, the patent Starches put on the market 25 years ago are very different and Inferior to those of the present day. In the lat est discovery—Defiance Starch—nil In jurious chemicals are omitted, while the addition of another Ingredient. In vented by ua. gives to the Starch n strength and smoothness never ap proached by other brands. Oldest Chief Executive. Oov. Harris of Ohio Is the oldest chief executive of any state In the union, but la a very lively and potent Integer In the politics of the buckeye atate. Ho la 71 years old and hns the distinction of having twice been lieu tenant governor before being elevated to hla presont position by tbo death of Oov. Pattlson.—Chicago Chronicle. Still Working for Humanity. Tennle Claflln. as ahe was called be fore she married an English lord nnd went to England to live In tho '7os. Is back again In New York. Her agita tion now la to protnoto happier mar riages by lectures and Informal enter tainments In churches. Had One Night of Liberty. Edward Trickett. fire warden nnd formerly chief of the fire department In Kansas City, retired a few days ago and for the first time In 31 years passed an entire night nt hla home. What is Pe-ru-na? Is it a Catarrh Remedy, or a Tonic, or is it Both? * Some people call Peruna a great tonic. Others refer to Perana as a great catarrh remedy. Which of these people are right ? Ia it more proper to call Peruna a catarrh rem edy than to call it a tonic ? Our reply Is, that Peruna is both a tonic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, thera can bo no effectual catarrh remedy that is not also n tonic. In order to thoroughly relieve any case of catarrh, a remedy most not only have a specific action on the mucous membranes affected by the catarrh, but it must havo a general tonic action on the nervous system. Catarrh, even in persons who are otherwise strong, is a weakened condition of some mucous membrane. There must be something to strengthen the circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raise the vital forces. Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the world has attracted so much attention from medical writers as HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS. The wonderful efficacy of this herb has been recognized many years, and ia growing in ita hold upon tho medical profession. When Joined with CUBEBS and COPAIBA n trio of medical agents is formed In Peruna which constitutes a specific remedy for catarrh that in the present state of medi cal progress cannot be improved upon. This action, reinforced by such renowned tonics as COLLINSONIA CANADENSIS. CORYDALIS FORMOSA and CKDRON SEED, ought to make this compound an ideal remedy for catarrh in all ita stages and locations in the body. From a theoretical standpoint, therefore, Peruna is beyond criticism. The uso of Peruna. confirms this opinion. Numberless testimonials from every quarter of the earth furnish ample evidence that this judgment is not over enthusiastic. When practical ex perience confirms a well-grounded theory the result la a truth that cannot be shaken. RHEUiIATfSI^ The Circulation Stimulated -f and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using A Sloan’s HKXirunveivt Price 25c 50c 6*1.00 ; Sold by all Dealers M 'Sloans Treatise On The Horse* Sent Free HIV* .« Address Dr.EarlS.Sloan.Boston.Mass. HaMnn’t OhhMßl Carat SUb Dtoasts For half a century Ilelakell's Ointment baa been need la all eases of skin disease with most gratifying results. Many have become entirety cured wbo bad oafffered untold pain and annoyanea for yearn One man In New Baltimore, writes that It cured blm when be was raw ail over. A lady In Philadelphia cured n case of tetter of six years' standing la fourteen days, while n man la AUeatown, Pa., eared bis case of ecsetua that bad trou bled him for eleven year* with lees than two bo see of the ointment. Tbeea and hundreds of others have found that lielskeU's Oint ment la worth more than Its weightlagold. Being n purely vegetable preparation, lisle kell'a Ointment soothes and basis where others talk It allays tbo Itching and burn ing common to all skin and ail yield quickly to Ha magic Influence. There aro many varieties of skin diseases with confusing titles, bat they are tibia to on# and tbo earn# cure—lielskeU’s Ointment. No one need suffer long If afflleted with nny akin fllemea not of a constitutional character If they will apply this remedy. This Includes such skin diseases as erysipelas, pro rlgo,eeaema, mUk cruel. Itching nOsa, scald bead, letter, rlngwoc m. blackheads, porltrtt pimple*, freebie*. la come cases It la neces sary to give some eoaeuintiooal treatment, as in erysipelas, ecsema, etc.; tbo liver ebon Id be toned to beahhy action and the Mood and nil the secret ions purl Bed. In all cnees of akin diocese eares nro hastened by the nee of II clskoU’a Medicinal MoapbelOro applying tbo ointment, and In cleaning up the blood and liver with lielskeU’s Blood and Liver Pills. nolokeU'a Medicinal and Toilet Roup con tains la a modified form the medicinal prop erties of llelekell’e Ointment, and Is particu larly eOVctlre In slight disorders of the skin, ns rash, eruptions nnd abrasions. It cleans perfectly, and In tbs bath la a groat luxury. Ifslskeira Itlood nnd Liver Pills contain tbo active medicinal principles of various roots nod herbs approved in medical practice. Remember that there la no cnseeootatlaetn that lielekell'a ointment will not cure it. Tbo ointment Is sold nt 60s n bos. hoop ntSea sake. Pills at Me a bottle. Ton can get them of any druggist, or we will send by mall on receipt of prion Address Jobneton, Holloway A Company, Ml Com *•-«*- hu. Philadelphia. Pa. NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER. THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. CAPISICUM VASELINE EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT A OUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN.—PRICE 15c.—IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. DON’T WAIT TlLtr THE PAIN COMES-KEEP a TUBE HANDY. A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister tho most deiicste skin. The psin-allaying and curative qualities of the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relievo Headache and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best and safest external counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains In the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic. Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it. and It will be found to be invaluable in the household and for children. Once used no family will be without It. Many people say "it Is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it Is not genuine. SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU. CHESEBROUGH MFC. CO. 17 STATE STREET. NEW YORK CITY Bend « Ccnta in Stamps for Aluminum Combined Comb and Paper Cutter te WOODWORTH-WALLACE COLLEOEB. DENVER, COLORADO. B have steed the *«t for omjßynr*. 1 I end arc Mill In thrived. Their abeolttt* 1 B certainty of growth, thrlr uocommooty 8 ■ large yield* of deliriousvegetable* and I ■ beautiful flower*, make them the mod 1 M reliable and the moil popular every- U where. Hold by all dealers. IPBf M Bnod Annual free oa D. M. FERRY A CO.. , m ■■ nnm-menM LIVE STOCK AMO MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes m oreat vAßtrrr FOR SALK AT THS LOWEST PRICES BY A N.KELLOCC NEWSPAPER CO. 71V. Adame itrmt, CEICAM READERS MfoWr thing advertised In k» columns should Inti it upon having what they ask for. refuting all ftubeti tutee or lm nation». *||ggist Ttmnw’»EnV«w DEFIANCE STARCH W. N. U, DENVER, NO. 2, 1(07. DEFIANCE STARCH— -other aurrh-E only li ounce-—um« price end ••DEFIANCE'* IB gUPBRIOR QUALITY. RETPUTft Weber r. r-i.ua-, patent At toe. | PATENTS £!*«!»».