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THE GIRL AND THE L03STEn.
Poisibly Harmless Remark, Though
Dnrnndo Pictrl. ill one of t ho man?
Italian banquets Riven in hi;: rumor in
Now York. fulled about piule.ssiona)
"Anintcrlsin Is no loult n.oro ro
mam Ic ilinn professionalism," Ik- said,
"but we llv In an iinroniantlo axe."
"Only tin' other ninht, at one of
jour Rayi'st 1 1 -i Man restaurants." lie
said, "I ovei heard a dialogue that il
lustrated forcibly the ac's lack of ro
mance. "It was late. At the table next to
mine a rich young Italian contractor
was Hiipplie-; with a beautiful youui;
Klrl. Ah the young :lrl played with
the stem of her wineglass 1 heard her
"'It. Is true, Isn't It, that you love
me and tne only?'
"'Yes,' ald the your.; man. 'though
(his lobster Is certainly mighty i;ood.'"
TOLD TO USE CUTICURA.
I y A''(i'''i( at
After Specialist Failed to Cure Her In
tense Itching Eczema Had Been
Tortured and Disfigured But
Was Soon Cured of Dread Humor.
"I contracted eczema nnd suffered
intensely for nbout ten months. At
times 1 thought I would scratch my
lf to pieces. My face and anus were
covered with lame red patches, so
that I was ashamed to go out. I was
advised to bo to n doctor who was
a specialist In sklu diseases, but I
received very little relief. I tried
every known remedy, with the, eanio
results. I thought 1 would never Ret bet
ier until a friend of mine told nio to try
the Culleura Remedies. So I tried them,
and after four or II vo application;! of
Cutlcura Ointment 1 was relieved of
my unbearable itching. I tt:Tl two
nets of tho Cut lent a KeniPdlPM, nnd I
am completely cured. Miss ltnrbnrr.
Krai. lllKhlandtown, Md., Jan. 9, 'OS."
Potter Drug & Chcm. Corp., Soto l'rups., lloitor.
A SPEEDY ONE.
DY HARRIS FRANCIS NOAKE.
DIFFERENT CALLINGS FIND SAME GOAL
There once was a Swift young Torrent by the name of Terrace, whom
the Ifoelor had Nearly (liven I p. A l'ost-mortem was not necessary
to convince- hi.- Koiks t hat some of liis Wheels were Missing. Somewhere
hmk in his Teens the: Caiul.ling Instinct got a Half Nelson on his Rettcr
.Fiulgiin'iil, ami those who Knew said it Kmanatort from lii.s playing
Marliles for KeeH. At any rate, tho fact remained that Terrace had a
Storage egg heat to a Froth when it came to heing Had. His parents only
slept heiween Flirts to Hoist him out of the (iullev. On tho other hand,
they were somewhat Consoled hy the Righteousness of an older Son, Billed
as Cosmo, which, hy the way, is Not an Abbreviation for Cosmopolitan.
Although the Parents didn't play any Favorites, they Unconsciously saw
to it that Cos. got mo.,t of the White Meat. His draft was a Cashiership
in a Trust and Savings, where lit; was Kespectrd and looked upon us a
Credit to anv Bible ( lass. In truth
he Headed the young men's meet-
iriL's every Tuesday, in which broth-
er Terrace was always a Non-contestant.
When Terrace Hulled up
the Avenue all the Neighbors were
careful to Hide their Oir-springs
for fear lie might teach them the
Shell Trick. In contrast to this,
when brother Cosmo turned the
Corner, all the Kids rushed on
him, doing a Muscle (Irind around
his Neck, and feeling Free to go
through his lVkets. One night,
Cosmo took hold of his Drifting
Ifelative and Shot into his System
the old (lag about Honesty being,
etc., but Terrace had long before
A charming coiffure cf butterfly wings and coronet in silver gauze,
crusted with silver and pearls.
BRAIDING AS A FINE ART.
Work That Is . Really Worth
While Doing Well.
A CREDIT TO ANY BIBLE CLASS.
Don't hurry and do think. If you do
not use your brain you will not be
able to braid successfully. Keep your
mind on your pattern and on its care
Iteiiioioher that it Is. to some extent.
a work of ait; anything well designed
iirtnlil Itilll ill., I for, 1 f.ir.b.a .ti.M jind ihoimhtfiillv executed by hand I
i 'ium tLii lilt iiuiu uuj'n n Mii ' '
.,r,,t.l , ;.-,. nn onv SIvtmiti U WOIK (it ail
Brother Cosmo even oifered to find
Tho folic wiu;: i--. a nev r failing rem
edy To.' il-taMat ism, and if followed
Up it will effect a complete cure of
the very warst ca;-es: "Mix one-half
;:!nt of Kood whiskey with one ounce
of To: Is Compound and add one ounc-
Syrup Sarsaparilla Compound. Takft
la tabli yiooal'::i doses liefore each
meal a"d at bedtime." The ingre
(lienis can ha iiocmed at any drug
titure and easily mixed at home.
Ilarn Stunner I say,
Sicond Ditto Yes, friend Shylock.
l'iibt Hani Sioriner Wouldn't it be
prcat if we could only cat all tha
ruusU we et?
Importance of Knowing Positively.
JX'y one Miuiild km vv i'witivch- what
i.ui-r d.iudnilf, j;t ;i . or Lillian hair k
th.it you -.i:i K'lneily it. i n I ten ci'tlto
for f oil' in boo!. "Il.iir Science nnd Care"
hv l'rof. Frederic Con ion. Address Du-Muriel-
& t ie., 723 Lej.inUm Ave., New
When a young mnn tells a tfrl that
iie'll love her forever and ever no
doubt lie believes he Is telling the
truth all the time.
511h:i Tapps Of course, nome type
writers uro extremely expert.
Clerk Oh. yes. I know of one who
married a rich employer in lens than
I The Common Strain.
Tho strewn of life niuy touch sonio
lightly, 1U9V uppear to pass others
by, but most men whom we meet,
with whom we deal, who work for
us or for whom we work, know well
the common stress of humanity. If
In ull our human relations this
thought could be kt, before us it
WMiild revolutionize life. We would
be humanized ennobled. We would
:are for men as men. We could
nut escape the transfornili,!; reiili.a
tlou of an actual brotherhood if wo
recalled and thought upon tho un
deniable fact of our own part In the
universal brotherhood of the com
mon strain. Schuyler C. Woodhull, in
la braiding, new in the Mitclcs m
that the needle sticks back into al
.niosl the same thread of the braid
from which it has been pulled, almost,
concealing the sewing; sew close ly, so
the maid docs not. "wabble." I'se your
mind at every turn of the braid, til
ways remembering to make sharp cor
ners if they are so deMum d. never for
Ketllllg to keep the shape of tile long
curves, and, above all, not losing sight
,.f ,),.. , ,,C llio l.-illorl, ;i toll' I t.
This was the Poinled Knd of the Limit, bo Pop got in ,1K )ra(, 1),(V1 (( t,,1HIS'ht ils t0 lts
Mice on the Pillow.
"I'm not. fo much afraid of mice as
eome women," said sh". "but I don't
like them In my hair. The other
night I finished a biscuit 1 was eating
after 1 went to bed and naturally left
some crumbs about, not meaning to,
never thinking of mice.
"Well, about tho middle of the night
I heard scampering, and there were
the mice all over my hair, trying to
get nt those crumbs.
"1 tell you, Itave one shriek, sprang
ivjj. lighted all the gas in the room
and sat up the rest of the night watch
ing that pillow."
Proved a Wise, Good Friend. .
A younK woman out in la. found a
wise, Rood friend in her mother-in-law,
jokes notwithstanding. She writes:
"It Is two years since we began us
ing Postuui in our honse. I was great
ly troubled with my stomach, complex
ion was blotchy mid yellow. After
meals I often suffered sharp pains and
would have to lie down. My mother
often told me it was the coffee I drank
at meals. Hut when I'd quit coffee I'd
have a severe headache.
"While visiting my mother In law I
remarked that she always made such
good coffee, and asked her to tell ma
Low. She laughed and told me it was
easy to make good 'coffee' when you
"I began to use Tost urn as soon as 1
got home, and now we linve the same
good 'coffee' (I'ostum) every day, and
I have no more trouble. Indigestion Is
a thing of the past, and my complex
ion has cleared up beautifully.
"My grandmother suffered a great
leal with her stomach, iler doctor
loM her to leave off coffee. She then
look tea but that was just us bad.
"Sho finally was Induced to try
rostum which she lias used for over a
year. She traveled durln the winter
over the greater part of Iowa, visiting,
something she had not been able to do
fur years. She says she owes her.
lircseut good health to Poatum."
Name glyeji by J'ostuni Co., Hat tie
Creek. Mich. Head; "The lloTid to Well-
Vllle." In pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Krr r-nil 1 ttt nhnvi IrUtTf A iii-tt
line iiiH-nr from lliur to I line. Thi-y
nr tt.-niilui-, rm-, uml full of liuiuuu
him a .lob, but Terry didn't set
how he could Hank any money or buy Nubian Kimel on six fifty Per.
All the Ciood the Talk did was to Prove that Kach had a different Taste,
the oie Nectar, the other, ltark Iirown. Terrace's acquaintance covered
inodt. of the Sporting fraternity, including the Yeggs and Look-outs,
lie had them ull Panting when it came to .Juggling the tiold brick and
could have given anybody lcs-otis on how to (lather the Hay, without Mow
ing. One day Tom's father overheard him bet a Cabman that his Plug
had False Teeth
Correspondence with a iir.-t-class Wefonn Seminary, determined to Lodge
Sou securely behind the (Irating for
fear" ho might reach the next Stage,
namely, Throwing Vitriol. The en
suing week, brother Co.-mo Propelled
Terrace to the ttain instructing the
Cicw to Pie ware of the Little Pea.
When fairly under way. Terry
thought he could collect u little easy
. . ii .1 d i lit'
money, so t r.iwieit over mo t oat bin
into the Pilot house and bet the fire
man Two bits that the Knginccr
could knock his P.lock off. Terry won
but rode the red of the way in a
Padded Cell. On arriving at the
llcfonn Works ho was taken in tow
by a Proff, who knew Terry's fa
ther, and to whom Pa hail cabled to
show no Mercy and to kick the Lin
ing out of Son if he slaried any Sun
lancos. Terry laid low only long
enough to Measure up a System for
m the whole Institution into
DESICN FOR TEA GOWN.
Graceful Garment Made Up in Clue
A simple yet extremely gracefu
gown is s-h.iwn here; it is i:i Nattier-bliii-
ca.-hiuTo :::'n. The :1ecV"s ar-'
cut in with the bodice part, and have
a seam up the center of outside of
arm. The right front wraps over to
the left, the fullness being drawn in
at the waist by a silver girdle with
open neck is outlined with
pliability, and don't take a
MAKES NECK LOOK THINNER.
1 s mn
Arrangement of Locket Will Be Found
to Work Wonders.
A locket down (lie center of tho
hack wlun wearing a low-cut frock
will make the neck look thinner. This
Is good news for the girl with a fat
If she thinks a locket too exagger
ated she can wear a chain with a pend
ant fastener, whose ends hang down
over the nape of the neck.
Another way to Improve the appear
ance of a fat back is to wear the hair
in a low knot on the nape of the neck.
The shape of the neck of I he dress
should be a ra'her than round or.
square, if the shoulders are lull ami
The tulle ruches that have the choiix
directly In the center of the back, with
several ends falling down from It, also
have a knack of making lite back look
slimmer, though they are fatal to the
r- , i oil1
P. rvt-- W
Urv Dock. While those Plans were
Pudding brother Cosmo stayed hone, Killing his way into the Heart of I Btnx-ai atict. of a h.t t neck
the llank, until ho uas awarded the Captaincy. Imagine the parents' Joy
on learning that one son held the Tiller in a Coin House, while the other
was safelv Chained up. Terrace was far to- Hood to be True, so finally
he Crept into a Family meeting just as the Session was getting nicely
under wuv, and Ducked under a table, waiting for a favorable time to light
the Fuse. The Knowledge Tanks were discussing Pro and Con (mostly
Con) an important point n Incubation, when lerrv the lurk bobbed up hp;iVy with soutadie. Th
11 v IV! thai none of them could tell whv a Chicken i refer rod a waists of the color of th
AS COS STEPPED FROM
THE ELUE BUGGY."
Pound to a Square Penh. After
which there followed something
that sounded like a Hoard of Trade
Pit during a Hull Market. The
Limit of the bet was the Poof,
therefore the ProlTs., not wanting
to uppear ignorant. Pooled n sum
equal to about Nino thousand,
made tip mostly of Mortgages,
Watches, other Knick-knacks and
Kloven dollars in Money. The un
derstanding was, that whoever
among them guessed the Squib
should Divvy with the Pest. Plung
ing Terry produced a Wad about
the sk'.o of a Sack of Oats, ouly
larger, laid off Throe bills to
Cover, then Pushed the Balance
back into Darkness. One by one
the Heavy Thiniers threw in the
Sponge, und wheit they all Ran
Many women are having while or
ecru waists dyed to match their tailor
niades. Net and lace' are probably the
most used waist materials this season.
The soft satins, such as ni' ssaline, are
n cood deal seen, but they are usually
which they are worn has led to the in
(reduction of colored Trench c-epo and
other cottons. Colored pongee is still
employed, but when used. ever, in
tailor-made blouses, is sure to he elab
orated whh braid. Mven the nuts ire
tllniined with braid. Some of the band
soniept ones. In fact, are so finished.
h : i
If i' 'Ml
it ' 1
pi 1 1
Added to tlie Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Cannier), K.T. "It is with pleasure .
that I rudd my testimonial to your
a'.r' ady long list liojiincr tliat it may
induce' others to avail themselves of
this valuable medi
cine, Lvdia E. link
Compound. I suf
fered from terrible
headaches, rain in
my back and right
side, was tired and
nervous, anil bo
w eak I could hardly
stand. Lydia E.
ble Compound re
stored nie to health
ami made me led like a new person,
:iul it shall always bavo my praise.'
Mrs.W. T. Valvxtim:, lo2 Lincoln
Avenue, Camden, .X. J.
liardinor, ile. " I was a great suf
ferer from a female disease. Tho doc
tor said I would have to po to the
hospital forn operation, but 'Lydia E.
I'in'.liam's Vc-'etalde Compound com
Tiletely cured mt? in throe luontlis."
Mils. S. A. Wii.m -ts, It. p. JJ. 4o. 14,
Dox ,7,), CanUr.er 3Ie.
Jieeauso your cai e is adhlieult one,
doctors having done you no good,
Uo.not contitnio to tsuilcr without
giving Lydia J',. 1'iiikbam's Vegetable
Compounda trial. It surely has cured
mnnycr.scs of fcvnalo ills, such as in
ll.uiHiiation, ulceration, displacements,
libroid tumors, irvepularities, periodic
pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner
vous prostration. It costs but a trille
to try it, and the result is worth mil
Lous" to many .suLenng women.
Positively turcil by
those l ittle Pills.
Vi i i i n
the l'or Help Plag, Terrace
Fits in a Muff.
Now conies the collapsible umbrella.
Closed up in its compact case, It Is no
more than 11 Inches Jona. Opened on
a rainy day or carried oareiessiy un
der one's arm, it is Just the usual
sort f sturdy umbrella. The collapse
happens only when certain springs
and buttons are- maiupuiaieu. ami
after a little practice the umbrella
may be opened or bent into Its 11 Inch
dimension at will. I'nlike the foldlm;
umbrellas of several years past, which
could be packed In a suit case, the
collapsible umbrella may be tucked In
a traveling bag or even Into a muff
or overcoat pocket.
white hilU embroidered with silver
thread ami various shaded of blue and
pule pink silk ; a narrower baud of th
s;.:iie embroidery uiins the s'e.-ves.
The Lown is lm d to the h:ps Willi
soft while i ilk.
Mat. rials n (piked: 7 yard: 11
inches wide, I yards white silk em
broidery, and a silver cirdl".
With Festoons cf Baby Ribbon.
A very dainiy debutante frock,
shown in the window of an authorita
tive shop, was of cream all-over net.
made with small, surpli'ed bodice and
scant skirt in duncim; length. About,
Co round dec l!et:ie and for s veral
inches abovo ihe skirt hem were lit lie
frills of Valenciennes lace, and over
these h'ee frills were arranged rosettes
and l'st''tnic il loops of pink sal in l lb
ben. The pink note wa-i repeated in
a saiin girdle and by the big artificial
pink rose nestled in the hue of the
cor -ave. Washington Star.
Tliey nl -to ri'llovc Dl
ires-, l mm Ivh;ii'11ii, Iu-
Kai inu'. A pcrfivt rem
n!y lur Ii.zi:n'sH, Nuu
-(.'I, IM'tiu'sincsH, Had
I'a-tciiiilii' Month, Coal-
ii 'I'm. riic, l'.iin in the
siJt, 'niitpiD i.i veil
'i'lu y ii'nuliiti; tl'.t! Uuttvln. I'uivly Vt'K'i'tuble.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
put one lilovr over the Currency,
ot!n r made Siirn.t which meant, You Uuy. This Ketort near-
Lace and Fur.
emu ri.ivpr nelson has hit mum an
and with the ot!n r made Sign? which meant, loti Luy. I his Letort near- f , . wmnr rm. tlll l)iin
lv caused a reiutition of the I'-ocr War and was only averted by Terry's fl.n, cominonnlaee to the artistic
1 ' ' .1 . , I ' I f ... 1. 1 .. 1. 4l ... t .nil. 1 'l',Kf..inA I I . ..I r ,,!'
OXplanimi' li:at. I HUMUS OHier IC J.av. .nciuiu.-, luev mium ny ukmik h iiuiiiie..,, .-.
in a thick Wood, going over the .Securities to see tkat none wa3 Absent.
In Ihe meantime t'or-mo had got'.en too Numerous with the Shekel and
hr.d departed n ill, out spying where to Forward his I.aurdry. So Pa wired
for Tonve'e, who got in-me just us brother Cos. was stepping from the Blue
"ue'.'V into :c' Crt'frt fim
The Ulj ck S'.ictp of the Fumilv is Sometijuci Under
hnnilllv lace In the lei in of a larro
Hat rosette s t on the left side.
It does not sound particularly fascl
intini;. but the Huffy uias secured to
he bat with a pair or hand 'ome hat
Ins needs to be seen In o; dor to be
I predated. I'y Us side ll;e fcathev
rl nmed or Hewer decked lyix hat I
:umea actually edk.us by eoirparh- m.
Wcrn io the Hair.
Anion;: the new things in filets Is
one showing tiny white Imtterllies
Kleatulmj with silver and diamond
dust ami bavin:; cluster i f I.iit,.' but-
llies ;it each side.
Another Is in white daisies with
crimson tips. Sometimes the satin
diet lilibnus are fringed with opa
lescent ei y s::il beads, with occasional
ly a small spray of flowers or a bow
of the frilly d ribbon at one side,
A Book Bag.
One of the new Inventions for the
hauler Is the h.mli ha;.; made cf
leather that looks like a hand ha;;.
I It Is really a (over for one or more
hooks, and Is most convenient. It lias
I two handles and a :1.cablo hone paper
J I'uite:- al'.ich'M In the insid .
I It will make a lib e uift for wiy one
j who is uoi.e; on a hum' trip. Tho
lao si liov. 1 could be Inclosed llisldo,
; n! d the iai)ne :rani p it on (h oufable
' In dull ohl p.'i.iucl letter.
s) Pi as.
Genuine Must Bear
45 to 50 Bu. of Wheat Per Acre
have bcci; gtown on (arm Innda in
'lE-J- I L llfh I...
1 lie een-
ial nverace u above
iiiire iouu in ineir
priimes ot thr irrml
liilj i ropB und that won-
uciiuicouillry. ' hj
f'.l. t f',-in oirr.-.,,-(.fii. nr A'.i.o.j tJilorul
It is row po?sil)lc to secure a htiinc!Irad of 160
acres free and another IGOaitfs at $.00per acre.
Hundreds havn p;id the cost oi ihrir lurnii (if
purchased) and llien had a balance o( bom $10. W)
lo $12.00 p.-r acre bom one crop. Wheat, barley,
oats, flax all do well. Mixed laiming is a great
succrw and dairying is highly profitable. Eicel.
lent climate, splr-ndid schoob and churches, rail
ways bring nio.it every disliicl wilhin easy reach
oi. maiket. Huilway and land companies hava
lands for sale at low prices and on easy terms.
"Last Best WosfpnmphleU and mnp aent
free. For these and Inlnriiuition lis to how
to iiecure lowest rnitwav rntrs, upply to
Superintendent of ImintuTation, Ottawa
Cuniidn, or the authorijcd Cunudian Govern'
W. V. BtNNETT,
801 Now ork lite Buildinc. Omaht, Nebraskt,
Co-.li 60c-90c par acts lor seed.
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