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Tfee Harrison Press-Journal
C.C. Kl'BKE. pKurtiiroa.
Politeness occasionally beat the Al
mighty dollar uudt-r the wire.
The Tibetans also are beginning to
fel the pressure of the dark man's
England baa be run to (ire Tibet
ae traditional color and in the tradi
The evolution of the seedless apple
Sill place even the orchards at the
oercy of the grafters.
Some one ought to be kind enough
t send a full report of the Mormon ln
festigatioa to the Sultan of Sulu.
Merely to emphasise their intention
to keep the peace, the powers are lay
tig in additional supplies of ammuni
aoo. Tbe American Indian ran offer In
kJligent sympathy to the Sonth Afri
ca native. He also has had some ex
rwience with trader.
An Italian marquis who was un
narried ha committed suicide. Ameri
an heiresses will be wjrry to bear that
I splendid title baa thus gone to waste.
Copper King Hetnze ha been fined
KdO.OOO for contempt of court. But be
aeedn't care. A man who is as rich as
ke ought to be able to find a techni
cality without much bother.
President Joseph Smith has been in
turned by a conference of the Mormon
toured for his testimony at Washing
ton. The Mormons could not take a
Surer way to condemn themselves.
Tlie Russian minister of finance has
Sffered a prize of $2T,"Ti) to the person
r persons who will invent some way
f making alcohol undrinkable. Here
at a chance for a cold water chemist
The doctors simplify many things
tor us. Sometimes we imagine we
lave an attack of "tbe blues," when in
reality we are only experiencing a
form of neurasthenia due to lntra
Ibdonilnal venous congestion.
Statisticians assert that the lobster
Ul soon be as extinct as tbe dodo.
Specie of lobster not stated. Tbe dry
and or evening variety (Homo ridicu
rna) will never die out while chorus
tlrls continue to make goo-goo eyes at
ke easy ones in the forward rows.
A well-known actor, who has mas
tered German, French and Italian in
Ma odd momenta, and is now studying
Spanish, remarked, as be explained bis
system, "They say charity begins at
some. I think tbe same is true of edu
Jatlon." He learns a language by em
Joying a valet who speaks it, and al
ow the servant to talk nothing but his
lative tongue. Those farmers who em
German or Italian valets for their
attle might follow this man's exatn-
Tte fee of "a cool million" wbicb
all street guesses that William Nel
Cromwell will get for his services
a counsel for the Panama Canal Com
pany may not be regarded as exor
bitant The $400,000 received by John
m. Parsons for organizing tbe sugar
frost, deemed excessive at tbe time,
feat justified by tbe law-defying sub
stantiality of tbe work, would not to
Bay excite comment Crime do longer
holds out such legal rewards as are
sfered by commerce.
' It la a pleasure to record an interna
oaal incident so agreeable and so
editable to both parties aa tbe re
sent sending of a memorial to Admiral
Cerrera at Madrid. When Lieutenant
Hobaon and his men escaped from tbe
stoking Merrlmac and fell Into tbe
hands of tbe Spaniards, Admiral Cer-
?era not only sent under a flag of
trace, the news of their safety, but
boated them with great kindness and
sanal deration. The memorial was a
sat of resolutions thanking him for
these acts. It was signed by forty
Jovernors of States, and inclosed In a
specially designed gold frame.
How little mere man can know of
to capabilities of woman la shown by
U Incident described by Edward Ever
ett Hale In a recent magaslne. "I was
t a dinner party in Buffalo five and
twenty years ago," he says, "where
w had the presence of a dozen of the
gentlemen in the world. We were
talking of social adjustment, and one
ft these leaders said. 'There must be
flrision of labor. We cannot expect'
id he, that the person who made for
i this delicious soup shall Interpret
Beethoven for ns. Each must do his
tort' Then we went on with the din-
, and after three or four boars of
entertaining conversation oar
rose from tbe table and said. 'We
trill come into the drawing-room, and
tto lady who made the soap shall in
larnret Beethoven for us. " If any one
li a asaater of all trades and a bungler
It bom it is the modern Americas
"The aavy will always be very cost
ly for as by comparison with the na
Casss of Europe, and particularly those
aa tto eoatJaent," remarked Secretary
tZmCr to a friend not long ago. Some
ft Co Nooaea for tfcla plain fact dV
yttsrfloa. To gat its soldiers and
y Go Cattad States goes late tto
t ltZZKL aSattoa waga
1 ZZk at agists, as
great European power, ei-ept the
P.ritlsb Empire, make-t service in eiilier
army or navy for a certain nuniU-r nf
years compulsory Uon its subjects.
Not to consider the alue of the dis
cipline thus acquired, the lime is so
; mnh subtracted from their individual
lives. The continental power, beside
veiling its men for wages which may
i t unite accurately described as "pin
money," is able to prescribe more fru
gal rations than would be attractive
here. The American service, in short,
costs more because it is entered Into
voluntarily by persons who expect to
live In something like ordiaary Amer
ican conditions. Similarly, the conti
nental power usually gets its officers
"at a bargain." but upon a system
which would not accord with American
theories. It makes high positions In
the military and naval service an
honor which the young men of rich
families greatly covet, and in many
cases makes tbe offlelul salary so small
that only persons of private means
could afford to accept commissions
Our army and navy are officered by
men drawn from all classes of society
Most Congressmen throw the West
Point and Annapolis cadetsbips open
to competitive examination, in which
family Influence cannot count. When
poor boys rise to be majors and com
manders, they can look only to the gov
ernment for compensation suitable to
their rank and station, and the govern
ment grants It. The greater cost is thus
distributed over the whole tax paying
A few weeks ago dispatches from
New Zealand brought report of tbe
return of the British steamship Dlsoov
ery from the prolonged exploration of
the Antarctic continent on which so
much of the attention of geographers
has been centered in recent years. This
interest Is very slightly shared by the
world at large. Antarctic exploration
never has appealed to tbe popular im
agination as have the search for the
Northwest Passage and tbe attempts
to reach tbe North Fole. Theoretically,
the location of the South Pole should
be as interesting as that of the other
hypothetical extremity of the earth'
axis, but the whole matter is one of ab
stract science merely. In tbe north we
have always before us the original con
ceptlon that some daring voyager may
find a way across from ocean to ocean,
but an Antarctic expedition would lead
nowhltber. This barren, frozen conti
nent lies in nobody's way. You must
sail far out of all beaten paths to
reach It and all that can be done when
you get there is to make a few addi
tions to the map as drawn by those
who were there before. Nevertheless,
the present interest of scientific men
In Antarctic exploration is very genu
ine, and Captain Scott appears to have
added not a little to wbat Is known of
the geology of the region. He hat
materially enlarged tbe sum of knowl
edge upon Its zoology and botany. His
meteorological observations promise
much of value. There Is much of tin
earth's history to be learned from tills
most forlorn spot upou Its surface thai
may not so well be learned in a mor
hospitable clime. Year by year spacce
left blank upon our maps tbe "unex
plored regions" of the earlier geogra
phers grow less and less. They bavi
almost disappeared from the tropin,
and remain only In tbe frozen zones.
But even bere tbe outlines of conti
nents and islands, the distinction of
mountains and of glaciers, are each
year more precisely marked, and till
there shall remain no smallest spot oh
senre exploration will go on, and hrav
men will cheerfully endure long exile,
privations and suffering for tbe caus
of human know-ledge.
REAL LOVE-8ICKNE88 THIS.
The Actual Ca of Disease I a Thing
to Bo Greatly Vreadcd.
"Did you ever see a fellow actual!;
lovesick?" asked the commercial trav
eler. "Yes, I know I used to thlnl
that such a thing was only tbe resuq
of an overworked Imagination on tbi
part of our fiction and love-storj
writers, but I saw one last summer.
"The fellow was handsome and sen
sible, but it went hard with him. Ii
was maaiy inratuated with a youn
gin, ana sue was equally dairy ovej
blm. Parental consent could Dot Is
wwwn EJtjt Si! th l' r. in -
were made for an elopement Th'
hour came, but the bride-to-be cami
not Soon a note came from the girl
Sbe loved tbe fellow, and all that
would surely marry him, but could no
elope. Sbe could not so disobey an
abuse her parents, who bad alway,
been so good to her.
"Well, tbe fellow grew pale, stag
gered across the room, and fell, i
doctor was called In, and tbe dagnosk
was 'love-sickness In its most mallg
nant form." The man had a fine posl
tion, but for two weeks he could no
go to the office. He bad dlrzy spell
be was unable to sleep; he ste nothing
just sat around and moped, and looket
well well, be looked fierce. He hat
a doctor regularly, and may still bav,
one, for all I know, as it got so bad ;
decided to get out of the town for fe
it might become contagious.
" 'A mighty weak fellow, no foro
of character or power,' you say. Th
doctor doesn't agree with yon. It
says such cases happen frequently i
susceptible constitution or sometblni
of that sort But at any rate, don'
get love-sick. If you have your cholc
take the smallpox.'' Washington Posl
Borry He Spoke.
"At least," said tbe young man wb
was retting ready to spring a proposal
I'm sure your heart la la the rigb
"I'm so glad you are sure," repUat
tto fair bvaen of fcataiaa aweetneaa
"for I gars It to yaw eoaata Fred las
INTERESTED IN 430THKH
"Your cburch cbolr hasa't bad
I tow for some time"
'No. all Die sieger bare been too
lit rested Id tbe scrap between the
preacher and tbe congregation"
THE REVISE VERSOS
Young Mrs. Hubbard
Went to tbe cupboard
ro get her pug dog S'ime fromage
But none f'und sbe there
Her husband tbe bear'
3ad eaten It all witb dinner you see
Tlrsst, SaaVrlBc Woari.
Women run down
and endure dui'y
neglecting the kid
neys. Kidney back
ache makes house
work a burden; rest
is impossible; sleep
fitful; appetite gives
out and you are
tired all tbe time
Can't be well until
the kidneys are
well. I'se Ikinn':
Kldnev Pills, w hi
have restored thousands of surTerin
women to health and vigor.
Mrs. William Wallace, of IS Cap!
tol street. Concord. N. II.. savs: "I wa
In the early stages of Blight's I 'is
fase. and were it not for Iran's Kid
ney Pills I would not be living to-dny
i in in tne hack was so Intense that
t night I had to get out of tied until
the paroxysm of pain passed away
i was languid and tired and badu't th
ttrength to lift a kettle of water. I
nuU1 not work, but a few doses of
Iioan's Kidney Tills relieved me, and
two tioxes absolutely cured me."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney
medicine which cured Mrs. Wallace
will lie mailed to any part of the
t'nited States. Address Foster Milburn
Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all deal
trs. I'rice 60 cents per box.
A SOCIETY LAMP
Dealer "Here madam, Is a ban
1 net lamp which will dellwbt jou if
properly attended We call it tbe
'After-dinner speaker Lanjo' "
Lady "Wby do you glre It that
Dealer "It's so brilliant when its
A radience covers tbe face of blm
bo lights a lamp for another.
Ws offer On Hundred Ihillsn Kannl to.
4ur -sm of ( surrii lust uuuiol be cured by
aw in ur.
K. J. ( HKNKY L CO., Prop... Tolo. O.
tbe UD1erklne1 I ism kuin v I ci,..
for the last IS ware, sod bHIrve hun Derftrtlt
KiDoratila la ail buMiuiu tnnucnnoi and flnn.
riAiijr able to carry out aa obligation mast by
W T afnt'AX. Whole)!- Drue1t. Toledo. O
t.uiihW Mints s MAKV1M. Wholesale
UrucrUU. Tolndo (.
Hit! Ctlmrrh nura h
dlrertljr upon the Mood sod mwnut tuffven of
uo mj-inm. itm 75c. per bolUe. Hold bv rn.ll
UniMl.la T II . . 1 ,
Hail' rlly ft I It r the beet.
TIIE LAST VOWS
Seedy Nobleman "Are you sure,
dearest, that you will always honor
my noble family?"
American Heiress "Always And
will you always love aod cberisb my
"While life lasts"
"Then let tbe wedding bells ring"
Tbe new skirts fit closely around
tbe blps, tbe flare, wbicb is oftimes
to extravagant at tbe fcot, beginning
higher up than was formerly tbe
One ot tbe strongest points Id tbe
levil's karater li. never to konslder
;nny thing out ot hit reach
The Swedish building at the
world's fair, a reproduction of a
iwedlsh country villa, is furnished
Itb handsome furniture msde In
Sweden especially for tbe hullding.
statue of King Oscar II holds a
place la tbe main reception hall.
Pbotos of Swedish scenery, maps,
tod bookcases filled wlto volumes
of Swedish literature and statistics
tre exhibited In tbe ptvllloo. A
typical Swedish garden surrounds tbe
WHAT THE KING) EAT&
What's Fit for Bisa.
A aisssennsetrs iariy wbo has been
through tbe mill with the trial of tbe
usual housekeeper and mother relates
an interesting Incident that occurred
not long ago. Sbe says:
"I can witb all truthfulness say that
Grape-Nuts Is the most beneficial of
sll cereal foods la my family, young
s well as old. It is food and medi
cine both to us. A few mornings ago
at breakfast my little boy said:
" 'Mamma, does tbe King eat Urape
Nuts every morningf
"I smiled and told him I did not
know, but that I thought Crape-Nuts
certainly made a delicious dish, lit for
a King." (It's a fact that the King of
England and tbe German Emperor
both eat Grape-Nuts).
"I find that by the constant use of
Grape-Nuts not only ss a morning
cereal, but also In puddings, salads,
etc., made after tbe delicious reclies
found In the little book la each pack
age it Is proving to be s great nerve
food for me, besides having complete
ly cured a long standing case of Indi
gestion." Name riven by Postum Co,
Battle Creak. Mich.
There is ao doubt Grape-Nut is tba
most sd en title food In tba world.
Tea days' trial of this proper fsod
la placa of Improper fsod will stow la
steady, atroagar soma, sharper brain
asd the powar to "go" loagar aa4
further aa4 acoasapUak ason. THara'a
Laafe ta asek akf. far tfca fa
llttla kaak. Ta Bad ta WaUrlUa.
DOCI0RIVC I IRIUNO.
A physician in the out-of the wa
'omers or Ireland nan many ipxir
ainiries to lauph. although h;s mmi-e
neat niut he mingled with anxietv
fur bis iirnorjnt patients do strangi
thing. They have great faith in Hi
iix-tor, a MiiwiMinoun faith in hi
drills aud appliances, but they oftc
make imiirteriKe of bis orders. Mr. M
rbael MaclHinougu, in his "Irish Uf
and Character." givets some inxtnnct'
nt IrUh simplicity in dealing with th
A disjieiisary d'W tor once prencrilei
two pills fur a sick lalKirer, which li
cnt by the m.in's wife in a small box
liearing the direction, "The whole t
tie taken Immediately."
On visiting the patient a little later,
the doctor a surprised to rind tha
tiie pills had tint helped liini. He a-ko
the mail's wife if she had ?iven him
"I did. ductor," replied she; "hi
maylie the lid haMii't come off yet.
The sii k man had nvalluwcl Ikix am
mp. Miirpnvs DiiMinriil was ex
tremely III, and he consulted the ph.v
"I'm sMirry. madnni," he said grave
ly, "but your husband is dving bv
u en. sue saiii. witn an air o:
hojieful resigmition. "wan god thing Is
me poor man is six foot free In his
Ptix kin' fi-et. so he'll laslit some time
All Irishman who had sent for the
doctor for the lirst time In his life
watched with astonishment while the
physician took his clinical thermome
ter fnun its case, slipjxil it under the
patient's armpit, and told him to keep
It there a second or two.
Mike lay still, a I most afraid to
breathe, but when the doctor removed
the thermometer tie drew a low;
breath and excliiim-d. "Ah, 1 do feel
a dale lioltlier already, sorr."
Pern lias a High Kailway.
One of the most Interesting tri
anorueii ny tne present transportation
finilitles of Peru Is that fiver the
'iroyo railroad, which now runs from
Callao to the gold fields of Cerro de
Pasco. It Is considered one of the
wonders In the Peruvian world and
the original contract was taken by Mr.
Mctggs at 'J7.iiio,(iiii) in bonds at 7t.
It is certainly Ihe greatest feat of rail
road engineering In either hemisphere
and as a specimen of American enter-
rise and workmanship It suffers milli
ng by comparison. It was beifiin In
170 and finished in 1H70, and addi
tional work has since been done on it.
'ommeiicing In Callno, It ascends tin;
narrow valley of the Kimac. rising
nearly 5,0)0 feet In the first forty six
Thence it goes through the Inlri
ate gorges of the Sierras till It tun
nels the Andes at an altitude of 1.",.
M!i feet, the highest point in the world
where a piston rod is moved bv steam.
'he wonder Is doubled on remember
ing that the elevation is reached in
seventy-eight miles. One of the most
remarkable things In connection with
his road is that lietween the coast
nd summit there Is not an Inch of
own grade. The difficulties en-oitn-
red In Its construction were extrene
landslides, falling bowlders, soroche
(or the difficulty of breadline In hlu'li
Itltudesi and verrugas, a disease
nowi) only along the line of this rond.
haracteriiscd by a species of warts
ireaklng out nil over the l)!:dv and
leeding. Alsiut 8.ki workmen were
engaged at one time and lietween 7,(KH
nd KtX) persons died or were killed In
the construction of the road. Engi
A Her!. -us Offense.
Mr. Itiinks bad acquired a dictatorial
manner in liis youth, and It hail grown
with bis years. When he gradually be
came near-sighted he refused to wear
glasses, and held other people respon
se for any difficulties into which liis
failing sight led blm.
One day he clutched by the coa(
ileeve a man who was hurrying past
aim on the street.
I want s word with you. Mr
ggs." he s&!d, shirply. "I v.i!! do
tain you only s moment"
"My name is not (iriggs. You hav
made a mistake," said the man.
"Your name Isn't Griggs!" said Mr.
Banks, still detaining the stranger and
?cvring Into bis face. "I should like
:o know why not?"
A man whose impecunious condltioj
,s chronic, and wbo borrows with tin
iry jrrace 0f a beau In an old comedy,
recently approached an acquaintance,
all smiles and geniality.
"You're Just tbe fellow I wanted ta
see," be said. "Could yon lend me fS
for a mlnnte."
"I could," said the acquaintance
dryly, "hut let me tell yon bow to suve
that $.r. Walt a minute hid you won't
Wbat Started It.
First Awful I'unster Who Is that
iHb-slded man witb tbe board look?
Second Awful I'unster Wby, he's a
hiinliermsn. I knew that s soon as I
saw-dust on bis clothes and tbe way
he planked down his money when the
hotel clerk thought be bad blm stumped
witb bis charges."
And when tbe policeman found who
Jiey were he let them fifcht It out. In
the bop fhafc one or the other might
e killed. Philadelphia American.
A southeast Missouri man, who
filed a suit against a railroad for f ,
W0 for personal Injuries, ha settled
SOCIETY WRECKED HER LIFE.
A wodkb in society is obliced to keep
lite hours. Sbe must attend recriniim
d.1 bails. She seldom allows hrrxrlt a
yiiiet evening at home. H-r wliolc lime
is taken up in keeping engagements or
mtcnaininc in her own heme.
Her system becomes completely nin
down as consequence. Sh soon finis
herself in a condit ion Liiokh .vs
tmir catarrh. This has lso been called
If everv society woman could knew
tha value of Penina at such a time, if
they could realize th invignratinr.
1 rengthening effect that Peruna would
have, how much misery could be
Letters from society women all over
the I'nited States testify to Ihe fact tliat
Peruna is the tonic for a run down,
depleted nervous system. !
THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN
Is our name for the patent Separating i A the modern self-binder is a he .til
Grate and Check Plate In the famous
RED RIVER SPECIAL THRESHER.
It ha the Bll Cylinder, with lots of
concave and open grate service. j f'd style thresher.
It has the Man Behind the Con, that i The old-style thresher with its small"
does most of the separating right at : cylinder and limited separating capac
the cylinder. j ity, has stood for year without much
Besides these, it has all the separat- j '"''T.'"' ..,. , .,,... .
ing capacity of other machines. I J he. KED RIVER SPECIAL is the
The average old-stvle small cvlin.ler
thresher wastes enough grain and j
time to pay your thresh bill.
Why not save the grain ordinarily j
put into the straw stack? Why not
save the time which the ordinary
threshing outfit wastes for you.
This can be done by employing the
RED RIVER SPECIAL
It runs right along, saving your
grain ana saving time, regardless ot
NICHOLS & SHEPARD CO.,
Builders of Threshers and Engines. Battle Creek. Mich.
SO TEARS II RSSIRftS.
The Dewltt Clinton train, built
In 1831 for the Mohawk and Hudson
River railroad, and tbe first train
ever operated on that line Is exhibi
ted in the palace of Ttansportatlon
at tbe world's fair. The train con
?lsu of an engine, tender ana four
cars, each of which seated 15 per
mni, 9 lnslae and 6 on tbe roof.
Originally tbe train ran from Albaoy
to Schenectady, a distance of 17
miles, which It covered in j-but an
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Sale Ten Million
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V CAWPT CATHAXXTl . '
DnOT FOR TUB DOWnLO
Tired. Nervous, Achinl Trem
blin, Sleepless, Bloodless.
Pe ru na. Renovates, Ref ulates.
A Pretty New York Woman's
Recovery the Talk of Her
Mrs J. E Finn. M Eait High tret.
Buffalo. N. V.. rites:
Prruoa Mediciue Co.. Columbus, Olio.
Gtntltmrn : ".-! few yrars ago
I had to eive up sotial life tntirelv.
as my hralth -.cat romifrv brolrn
down. The, dmtor ad:tfd a com
plete rest for a year. As this n as
I out of the question for a time, 1 be
gan to look for some other imans of
restoring mv health.
" had often heard of Peruna as
an exrelent tonic, so J bought a bot
tle to see J. hat it would do for tne,
and it certainly took hold of my
system and rejuvenated nie, and in
less than Iwj months was in per-
fect health, and now when I feel
worn out or ttrea a dose or two of
Peruna is all that J need." Mrs
f. E. J'inn.
Mrs. J. V. liejnolds. KlkN.n. Ohio,
"I owe my hfalth and life In IVruns.
We rnrely call in a ph nicinri. in fact iC
has Uen years since I have taken any
ether medicine ihsn yours. I am nfrai-1
of drugs, snd although 1 have n-en i k
manv limes 1 na taken only four
medicines. They sre wonderful indeed.
We hare a very large house and enter
tain a grest deal, and I de nil my owi
work, I hanks to I'eriius." Mrs. J. HV
Free Treatment for Wimen.
Any wnmu wishing to I"- placed or
the lit of Iir. Hart in mi's i'tienis for
free home treatment and foluce shoi:!i
immediately send name and symptoms,
miration of disease and treatment
alreadr tried, i lirectiona fer the tirt
month's treiitnient will nrotni'ly
mailed free of charge. No free medicin
will he supplied by the doctor, hul nil
necessary oirectionn will he ftiminhed.
Iteaii what the above ladies have to
say of I'enuia as a cure for thee ra.es.
Address Ir. Ilarlinnn. President of
The llartman .Sanitarium, Columbus.'
j of the old reaper of forty years airo.
I is the Bit Cylinder and Man Benin
,t"e Gua ahead of the small cylinder
'K l" uvmrni in wircs.ung
It is built for nvxlcrn, up-to-date
to ' tim ,, .? an. '
; the tnre!lherman ant, Urmrr Jt'doe,
j it There are reason, why. Send for
!our new m it
i them and it is free.
j , ne RCD RIVER SPECIAL is the onlr
machine that has the Man Behind tha
Cup, and it w r
save enough extra
grain and time to pay your thresh bill.
RASCH H0UKS SIS AGISTS VIRTWHISt.
A HUH DOWDY
First Huston Girl "What a dowdy
that Miss Careless Is"
Second ISostoo Girl "In what
First Boston Girl "She uses a
pronunciation that went out of
fashion two seasons ago"
Tbe sale of novels Is twenty times
greater than tbe sale of Instructive
works This Is explained by the facb
that most people prefer to be enter
tained than instructed
DISCOURAGING ROAD AGENTS
Traveler (angrily) "Why doo'l
you railroad men da something to
put a stop to tralo robbing V"
Railroad Msgnate-"That Is just
wbat we are working at now"
"Glad to hear It"
"Yes, we are thinking of raising
fares, so tbtt tbe passengers won't
hare enough left to tempt trala
If there wain't enny pbonls tbla
world would be a dredfull deaolata
place to II In; It wouldn't pay to
be wIm or even cunning
Printed cotton In Scotch tweed
effect Is another of the season's ma
terials that lends Itself especially to
tba two piece costume.
Boxes a Year.
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