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WOMAN AND HOME.
fcURRENT READINO FOI? OUR
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
Bomo Xotca of llm Mmlm-Ven unit Ink
Skrtrlic of tlio I-titt-nt I'lialiloiu for
Woman' W'fr Scniimnlilo llliitt for
is a regular glorifi
cation of tho ordi
nary Borts Is on tho
market, tho puffed
stripos being of
and soparatod from
each other by bands
of la co - pattorn
made up of thin aro
dollrlouBly cool-looking, though, ol
roiuw, they nre lined nil through. India
niiK in uio ueai lining, oiujmw B""
ffontrally aro In high favor and whllo
?... .... i .t.i .tHnM. Hm ma-
Jority are fine. The beauty of tho fab
ric Increases with flneuena of tho
utrlpes, as a rule, and somo of tho ha'.r
Hno rttrlped goodo aro especially boau
tlful. A styllflh house dress In a ma
terial of thlB sort la sketched here, it
being of taffeta, showing flno stripes of
blue and white. Its blouse walbt has a
baggy front, fastened Invisibly at tho
nldo, and Is garnished with a gulpuro
yoko that is cut away In tho centor and
extends down at tho sides, thereby imi
tating a Jacket. Tho back has no
trimming, nnd belt and (standing collur
aro gulpuro. On the cuffs, tho ntrlpos
run crosswise, A skirt of such mntcrlal
needs no trimming, nnd In most .asos
is much bettor without any. Prlncoss
gown.i with sleovc puffs slipped below
tho shoiildors and worn with bofrlllod
fichus aro a lato Innovation. Tho skirts
of such gowns hang full In back and
flare without godets nt sides and front.
They aro often arranged to hang open
ovor a petticoat, or eise two box plaits,
ono on each sldo, give tho petticoat ef
fect. Alpaca Is tho best wear In tho
world for bath'fcults. Almost all tho
Bulls of tho ceason have boon tnado with
great slcovcs. Nothing could bo moro
foolishly absurd. It i3 much bettor to
have tho puffs about tho knees than at
tho alcoves, If you expect to do any
swimming or to bo ablo to manago In
tho water nt nil well. Besides, tho girl
Willi handsome arms and shoulders
ought to bo glad or tho chance to show
such outlines unconcealed by tho drap
ery tho usual dress demands. White al
paca la much used for lining blue sorgo
drosses and Jnckota, and for finishing
bolt, rovers, and cuffs. This material
woan woll, and keeps clean amazingly,
in this respect being far moro satisfac
tory than duck.
Threw Cold Tui Awny.
Sir Wilfrid Laweon, the English torn
pciMtico worker, says that ho nover ro
ccivod a knock-down till, espying a
laborer walking along with the old.
familiar black botllu protruding from
his pocket, ho entered Into conversation
with him, and pointed out tho misery
which had resulted from tho bottle,
nnd carnostly exhorted the man to fieo
from its contonts. Tho man was so
overcome that ho took out tho recep
tacle and omptlcd the liquor Into iho
road. 'Sir Wilfrid's face beamed with
ploasuro and, handing tho mau six
pence, ho said: "Take that: it will buy
you something better." The man, to
the disgust of Sir Wilfrid, entered a
public house and spont tho sixpences In
boor. Tho liquor ho had thrown away
was cold tea.
Trail I nc !nivnn.'
There 13 a pleasant prospect of hav
ing trailing gowns ami soft draperies
ouco moro for house wear. Little coats
of tho directory will be worn as conces
sion to the change of style, but she who
likes tho ohort-walsted gown may wear
tho coat short-walsted and over a soft
ly flowing skirt that falls almost from
below tho bust lino In front, and that
lies closo and soft about tho hips and
back. Tho perky, stiff-skirted gowns
novor have seemed Just the right thing
for tho hostess, and tho tea tablo is sure
to be tho moro plcturesquo if a train
appear along one side of it.
Tailor-made gowns of white mohair
aro to be In as groat favor for autumn
outing women as they were in tho
present and earlier months. The ad
vantage of such a gown is that it takes
wear in the city so well that it is Just
tho thing to put on for a abort run up
to town. While linens, too, aro holding
their own, aud nre rather newer than
mohair, but aro gonorally mado up
moro elaborately. A very pretty cos
tume In this fatuff is shown herowlth,
the front breadth of. its godet skirt
bolnR odgoil with ft gnthcrert puff of
whlto mouRSolIno do solo. Tho blouso
wnlflt has fitted lining and a drop yoko
of whlto gulpuro, plain In back but
plaited In front. The alcoves have largo
balloon puffo chirred sovoral times nt
tho armholos and then tuolccd flvo
times. A plain whlto silk stock collar
and a whlto ribbon bolt wound twico
around tho waist and finlshlnc In a
big bow aro added.
Doll ono quart of water and ono pint
of sugar togother twenty minutes. Add
tho Julco of six lemons, ono orango, and
ono gill of strong tea. Cool. Boll to
gether for fifteen minutes ono gill of
Btlgar and ono gill of water then beat It
Into tho woll-beaton whites of four
eggs. Beat four minutes and cool.
Freczo tho first mlxturo for twenty
mlnutos, then add tho meringue, one
fourth cup of shorry wlno and ono
fourth cup of Jnmalca rum. Boat this
In with n spoon. Cover and sot away
until serving time. Boll from the tlmo
.. . . . ,.. ,.
dissolved, and after that
until sugar is
do not Btlr at
nil. Allow ounco of green tea to a pint
of water. Pour froshly-bollod wnter
while boiling over tho tea, and lot It
stand until an Infusion Is made, or
about ten minutes. In boiling tho gill
of BUgar and gill of water, boll slowlv.
Prepare for freezing us Ico c.reain la
A llghtwolght cambric without dress
ing, and which Is known In England
as "long cloth," Is greatly liked for
underwear, as it is quito as cool as linen
nnd lnnn tint- tpnil to frlvo nnn nvnn Mm
mnmnntnrv chill which. In thn nncnli- .
arltv of linen. This cloth Is used for 1
nightdresses, drawers, wash petticoats,
and, if thoy aro worn, chcmlsc3. Theso
last aro seldom seen, tho knitted cot
ton or silk vest being better liked and
cooler. Tho claborato whlto petticoat,
trimmed with laco, ruffles nnd inser
tion, has becomo such an cxponslvo ad
junct to a wardrobe because of tho ox
poncc in doing it up that most women
aro wearing petticoats of silk, or of
tho moreen that is watered and has a
look of molro antique. A quite now
skirt, Bkctched and described In Tho
Ladles Home Journal, is made of whlto
moreen nnd is to bo worn under cot
ton, silk or any lightweight material
that will not stand a stiff lining. It Is
cut by tho godct pattorn nnd has as
decoration thrco box plaltlngs of tho
white haircloth, tho top ono having as
a finish a thick silk cord. This seems
a rather expensive skirt, but it will bo
found ycry tiFeful, especially to tho
woman who likes pretty cotton toilots.
Tho ndvlco of physicians, as woll a3
tho teaching of experience, has con
vinced tho average woman that It Is
wise to wear a woolen skirt the entire
summer through. Flnnnolotte, which 13
In reality a fluanel with a largo propor
tion of cotton in it, is shown in what
might bo called dresden colors, so faint
and delicate are they. They aro in
stripes, ofton Bimplo hairlines, and
sometimes lines ono-qunrter of an inch
wide aro seen. Bluo nnd white, pink
and whlto and brown and whlto aro
contrasts scon, whiio a pale blue ground
will havo stripes of pink and brown
upon It, and a pink ono whlto and bluo.
Theso petticoats nro invariably made
by hand and arc trimmed with
olthor a coarse woven or knitted lace.
Theso skirts reach quite tq the knees
and do not require an outer skirt if
ono'a skirt lo lined with silk or if ono
wishes only to wear a skirt of hair
cloth. Ono of these petticoats Illus
trated by tho authority already quoted
has a pale pink ground, with hairlines
of bluo and brown upon It. Tho edgo
finish is. tho Roman crocheted lace,
soon colors being blended, the pink
being most prominent. Tho belt is of
pink ribbon and the drawing strings
aro of soft pink ribbon an Inch wide.
Somewhat heavier flannels than this
are in whllo, blue, pink nnd gray and
aro selcctod when n warmer skirt is re
quired. Such petticoats are usually
trimmed with Valenciennes laco and
The china silk or cashmoro Mother
Hubbard cloaks for babies in short
drosses show now cape collars of
chiffon run with numerous rows of
narrow whlto ribbon.
A uuiquo material has a loosely
wovon peacock blue ground, with plain
blue circles stamped on It. Radiating
lines in gold silk thread surround oach
Tho noatest and most refinod of any
of the bathing suits worn this season
aro made of black mohair or Botany
twilled wool with black stockings and
sandals to match.
Some whlto frocks had big baby
sashes of Pompadour ribbons. These
wero sometimes folded about tho waist,
tying In tho back in largo butterfly
bows, aud In other cases they wero car
ried straight about the waist and fast
ened to tho bodice in front with dia
MINES UNDER THE SEA.
Visitor llrnr tho Hooinlnjr of tho Ocean
Over Their Until.
There Is a striking example of man's
boldness In searching for wealth and
his skill In securing it nt Botallock,
near Capo Cornwall. Botallock Is a
bold headland composed of huge masses
of hornblende, masked by walls
of slate, against which tho
Atlantic surges aro constantly
dashing. Tho persevering efforts
of man Iiavo at this point been moro
powerful than thoso of nature. Tho
Alaska Mining Record says that tho
gloomy prcclplcos of slate, which un
numbered ages of sea storms have been
unnblo to displace, are hero cut In
twain by tho miner, whoso complicated
machinery clings to tho cliff at places
whoro It would seem almost imposslblo
for on engine to bo fixed. Powerful
steam engines, stamp mills, and all
heavy machinery required In modern
mining aro perched on what at first
might cecm inaccessible situations, so
that from a dlstanco they look ns if
growing out of tho crags. All Is nolso
and bUBtlo, which contrasts strangoly
I with tho placidity of tho seaward vlow.
"Kibbles" descend fathoms beneath tho
sea, and ascend again with copper or
tin ores, which aro wheeled away to
larger heaps, where women, boys, and
girls separate tho various qualities with
tho systematic Industry of workers in a
fnctory. Everybody nnd everything
rocks, platforms and paths arc
smeared with tho prevailing rod hue
derived from a slight mlxturo of iron
with copper or tin ores, and thon tho
very muddy strpam flowing from the.
stamp mill to tho sea has imparted to
the beach, tho breakers, and tho foam
tho sarao rubicund tinge. If oro Is
coming up plentifully and of good
quality, everybody is pleased, and far
down In tho gloomy depths of tho mlno,
which Cornish legends people with
spirits, tho nows that a new bunch of
copper has been struck, or thnt tho
old lodo is growing richer, fills1 tho
workers with professional Joy. As tho
visitor creeps along tho passages into
which tho light of day has never en
tered ho hears comparatively llttlo,
until, having become accustomed to tho
darkness, barely illuminated by tho
flicker of lamps, ho dimly distin
guishes tho stalwart gnomes at work.
Coming from tho upper world amid tho
din of heavy stamps and measured gush
of pumps, tho clang of machinery
abovo and tho surge of the sea below,
tho rattlo of cars on tramways, and tho
crowds of men nnd boys climbing up
aml aw, Pnt"8 Which BCem to bo t6o
8tcP for a Bat, the modified silence of
the level strikes somo as unnatural.
Ho Invented tho Ghost.
J. Hcnnlker Heaton tolls an interest
ing sequel to the most famous Austra
lian ghost story, which camo to his
knowledge as ono of the proprietors of
tho leading Now South Wales weekly,
tho Town and Country Journal. Ono
of tho most famous murder cases In
Australia was discovered by the ghost
of the murdered man sitting on a rail
of a dam (Australian for horsepond),
Into which his body hnd been thrown.
Numberless people saw It, and tho
crime was brought home. Years after,
a dying man making his confession,
said ho invented tho gho3t. Ho wit
nessed tlo crime, but was threatened
with death if ho divulgod It, as he
wished to, and the only way ho saw out
of tho impasse was to affect to see tho
ghost whoro tho body would bo found.
As soon 03 ho started tho story, such
Is tho power of nervousness, that num
erous other people began to see It, until
its famo reached such dimensions that
a search was made and the body found
and the murderers brought to justice.
Tho rrlnco Is riuloky.
Tho prlnco has always been a moder
ate cater. Ho Invariably requosts that
tho dinner shall not bo prolonged moro
than an hour, and never permits moro
than thrco toasts. Special dishes are
always provided for tho prince, who
brings two bottles of his own cham
pagno and rarely samples the wino
provided for other guests. Tho princo
of Wales, according to tho samo author
ity, always brings his own cigars with
him. Theso aro very largo and are
manufactured for his own private uso
from the very best tobacco.
Nlnety-flvo wage-workers in 100 own
loss than ?10,000 each, yet thoy make
the wealth of tho country.
Tho German govornmont Is trying to
induco its emigrants to go to Africa in
stead of the United States.
Business men aro worrlod over tho
possible unsettling of confidence from
tho exportation of gold.
Tho Standard Oil Company ha3 con
tracted for 4,000 tons of structural stcol,
all to go Into one building In Now York.
A Pennsylvania railroad engine mado
a speed last week for flvo mllos at Iho
rato of 102 miles an hour, tho fastest on
A GO.OOO splndlo mill will bo erected
at New Bedford, Mas3. An English
syndicate aro about to oroct a mill in
And now comes a schomo to raako
frolght cars out of stool Instead of lum
ber, to carry eighty tons of freight. The
Carneglo Co. aro doing it.
Several rallroadB aro already short of
frolght cars and car builders aro book
ing orders for new cars as fast as thoy
can take caro of them.
Work has begun on an oloctric road
between Wnshinton and Baltimore, to
cost 54,000,000 fully equipped. Trains
will start every thirty minutes. It Will
ba-ready In a year.
Glasgow torpedo boat builders havo
Just contracted with the British govern
ment to build three torpedo boat de
stroyers that can go through the
water as fast as an express train on
land, viz., thirty-six mllc3 an hour.
FARM AND GAEDEN.
MATTERS OH INTEREST
Somo Up.to-nntfl Hints Ahont Cultiva
tion of the Soil nnd Yields Thereof
Horticulture, Vltlculturo nnd l'iorl
culturc HE comparison of
new nnd standard
arloties of wheat
I begun by tho Penn
sylvania Stato Col
in 1890 has been
tho present season.
They wcro grown
under ns nearly
similar conditions of soil, exposure, fer
tilizers, drninnge, culturo, etc., as possi
ble, and tho yields reported below aro
from careful weights of tho products
of tho different plots made at tho tlmo
Tho ploto were one-twentieth ncro In
size. The land was plowed early in
August to a depth of six or seven
inches, thoroughly pulverized and
firmed. All varieties sown Sept. 1, at
tho rato of seven pecks per acre.
Yield of Wheat Varieties 1805.
And tho average yield for six years.
Namo of Variety. Yield
Ontario Wonder 2G.19
Wyandotte Red 28.13
Deltz Longberry Red 25.45
Currel's Prolific 27.67
Extra Early Oakley 29.84
Herman Emperor 29.42
Rod Fultz 29.52
Rnub's Black Prolific ....21.31
Sibley's New Golden ....22.25
McGheo's Red 31.23
Delhi Mediterranean ....23.35
Tuscan Island 28.51
Improved Rico 27 90
Velvet Chaff 10.92
Miller's Prolific 28.29
Royal Australian 33.18
Canada Wonder 2G.77
Tho Pool 28.74
Jones' Square Head 32.44
American Bronze 32.45
Buby , 30.97
Jones' Winter Fife 27.09
Minmi Valley 32.72
Lebanon ...., 25.33
Earliest of All 2G.82
Tasmanian Red 19.07
Twenty-six of tho varieties havo been
grown side by sldo for tho past six
years. Seven of theso have been under
trial for three consecutlvo years and
tho trial with eleven sorts covers two
In 1895, the Mealy, a smooth red
wheat, produced 3G.3G bushels per ncro,
tho largest yield of any variety tested.
Following this variety In the order of
their production are: Reliable 34.2,
Royal Australian 33.5, Miami Valley
32.7, American Bronzo 32.45 and Jones'
Square Head 32.44.
A far safer measure of the value of
tho varieties tested will be found In
tho column showing tho average yield
for tho past six years. This column
shows that f.even varieties havo given
an averago yield of over thirty bushels
per acre; viz., Reliable 33.G bushels,
Fuleaster 30.9, Valley 30.7, Ontario
Wonder 30.2, Wyandotte Red 30.1, Deitz
Longberry Red 30.1, Currel's Prolific 30,
It willbe observed that Mealy, tho
variety giving the largest yield this
year is not Included in tho seven most
product Ivo sorts, which forcibly Illus
trates tho danger of forming a Judg
ment of tho valuo of a variety from tho
results cf a single season.
Cotton In Simin.
In Spain more men are employed in
tho cotton Industry than In any other,
except agriculture. This fact Is brought
out in a report on tho Spanish cotton
industry recently mado to tho stato !
department by Consul Bowen cf Bar
celona. It appears that in thread
alono thera are 3,000.000 spindles, $40,
000,000 capital Invested, 34.SG6 work
men. In white woven cotton goods
thore are largo cxporcs from Barce
lona. Ten thousand workmen are cm
ployed In cotton thread lace manu
factures near Barcelona, nnd 38,000 arc
at work in other parts of Spain. In
dyed and stamped cotton factories
there are 10,634 looms nnd 32,000 work
men employed, producing 48.800,000
rioters of cloth. Cuba and Puerto
Rico received the moat of this. Tho
total number of spindles In Spain om
ploycd in cotton works 13 2.G14.500, and
the number of looms is G8.300, with a
total capital of 500.000.000. Cotton
thread workmen aro paid by tho pieco,
as aro also the weavers. Tha avorago
wagos paid per week aro ns follows:
Directors and superintendents, from
?12 to ?25; major-domos, $8 to ?10;
machinists. $4 to JIG; firemen, $3 to $G;
thread workers and weavers, $4.75 to
?6; carpenters, $4.75 La $G; ordinary
workmen, $3 to $ l. The averago work-
I man's wages In Barcolona and vicinity
are less man u cents a say. i no most
-.-... ...u ui'i.vu UUIVI, uuu UU1UUUIB
to about $15,000,000 oach year. Con
siderable cotton, however, nlso comes
from Egypt. While Spain Is poor, tho
consul sayB, tho province of Barcelona
Tho largest orango trco In tho south
Is a gigantic specimen which grows out
of tho rich soil In Terro Bonne parish,
Louisiana. It Is fifty feet high aud fif
teen feet in circumference at tho base.
Its yield has often been ten thousand
oranges per season.
Tho "tallow trco" of China has a
pith from ono inch to two feot in di
ameter, according to tho size of tho
tree, which is composed of a greasy
wax which Is so highly volatile that
It often catches flro spontaneously,
consuming tho trco to tho very ends of
Tho largest oak trco now loft stand
ing in England Is "Cowthorp's oak,"
which Is seventy-eight feet In clrcum
fcrenco at tho ground. The oldest trco
in Britain is "Parliamentary oak,"
in Clipstono park, London, which i3
known to be fifteon hundred years old.
The largest npplo trco In New York
state is said to bo ono standing near
tho town of Wilson, It was plnntcd in
the year of 1815, and it is on record that
it onco yielded thlrty-threo barrels of
apples in a Binglo season.
There aro four hundred nnd thirteen
species of trees found growing within
tho limits of tho United States. Tho
curiosity of tho whole lot is tho black
ironwood of Florida, which 13 thirty
per cont heavier than water. Well
dried black ironwood will sink in water
almost as quickly as will a bar of lead.
The "life trco" of Jamaica Is harder
to kill than any other species of wood
growth known to arboriculturists. It
continues to grow and thrive for
months after being uprooted and ex
posed to the sun.
richlnir nnd Packing of roadie.
There Is almost as much importance
in tho picking and packing of peaches
as In growing them. They must be
handled with the greatest of caro in
order to avoid heavy losses. If they
aro to bo shipped, they must be picked
as soon as colored and before they be
come soft. Handlo tho fruit as Htttlo
as possible. It should bo placed, when
picked, in the receptacle that is to con
tain It until ready to ship. If peaches
are roughly tumbled from ono basket
to another, they will becomo bruised
and decay rapidly. When packed for
shipment tho fruit should bo carefully
graded, according to size, degreo of
ripeness, etc. Blemished fruit It docs
not pay to ship, as one or two specked
or knotty specimens will lower the
valuo of an entire basket. Tho splint
baskets holding ono peck aro tho best
size. Fruit should bo packed carefully
and tho basket filled up velr, as it will
settlo a llttlo from Jolting. Then the
cover should bo firmly put on. If of
splint, tack it firmly, and leave a llttlo
space so that the fruit may bo seen.
Mark tho grade of fruit on the top of
the basket. If netting Is used, put it
on tight, and mark tho grade on tho
side of tho basket.
Evaporating Poor Apples. It Is said
that in Wayno County, N. Y.. which is
not a very largo county, something like
a million of bushels of apples were
evaporated last year, yielding n product
worth $500,000. As most of this was
from fruit that could not very well
have been marketed in any other form,
and somo of it probably was Just good
enough and largo enough to have
tempted tho growers to try to work It
Into the barrels if they could not havo
utilized it as thoy did, and thereby less
ened tho market value of the better ap
ples among which It would havo bcon
put, wo say blessings on the man who
Invented the evaporator, and hope to
eco them In more common use In New
England soon. They save fruit that
would go to waste or to worse than
waste, the cider barrel, and improve tho
quality of tho upplc3 cent to market. If
tbose'who use them will stop tho arti
ficial bleaching of their evaporated ap
ples, the product will s"0on bo moro pop
ular. While farmers color their butter
and bleach their apples thoy should
not make much outcry about the shod
dy goods sent out by manufacturers.
Filling in Fruit Tree3. In reply to a
query regarding tho advisability of fill
ing in an orchard around tho trees the
Des Moines Register says: If on dry
ground tho trees will endure tho filling
up; for three years they will mako
llttlo growth and bear little If any
fruit. But when tho nitrogen feeding
rcota begin to extend upward and roots
begin to start from tho burled stems,
thoy will begin to grow and bear. In
tho vicinity of our cities of tho west
built on uneven ground wo havo had
hundreds of object lessons dating back
for twenty-flvo years in tho way of
filling up among trees of different ages.
Tho trees on rather wet ground filled
up three feet, soon dlo unless drainage
tllos are laid below the roots before
filling up. Or. dry upland with porous
subsoil tho filled in trees havo lived
longor aud borne moro fruit than
those standing at ordinary depth. Ex.
New York's Botanical Garden. At
last it has been decided that New York
Is to have a botanical garden. Tho
stato lcgislaturo of 1893 passed a law
making it mandatory upon tho city to
provide 259 acre3 of park land and to
appropriate $500,000 for the purposo of
establishing r. botanical garden, pro
vided that within thrco years tho citi
zens would contribute ?2G0,000 for the
samo purpose. The money was raised
at a mooting at Columbia College last
week. Tho Individual contributions
ranged from $1,000 to $25,000.
The "witch tree'' of Nevada and
southern California exudes or exhales u
phosphorescent substance which makes
every branch, leaf and section of itc
bark visible on the darkest night.
Keep Tour Wenther Kto Open.
Fraud loves a shining intirk. Occijslonallr
purlonslniHntloiiK spring up of Hostottcra
Jrtomali hitters, tho great American family
remedy for dill's nnd fever, dyopcpsla. con
stipation, lnlllmunoss iiorounoh, nciirnl
cla, rhoiimnlUm and Kidney disorder.
Fhce Imitations are usually flcry loeal hit
lers full of IiIkIi wines. LooU out for tho
Arm slmmturo on tho ccnulnolaboluud vig
nette of Si. tieorgoanu the Urnnun.
A Soap for Ctenittn? Silk.
A soap for tills purpose Is made by
heating ono pound of cocoanut oil to DO
decrees F., adding; half pound caustic
soda nnd tnlxinir thoroughly ( Then
heat half pound white Venetian tur
pentine, add to the soap and again mix:
thoroughly. Tho mlxturo Is covered
nnd left four hours, then heated again
nnd one pound of ox gall is added to it
nnd woll stirred. et pnlvorbe somo
perfectly dry curd sonp and add it to
tho gall soap in Buflloent quantity to
malto it holid one or two pounds of
curd soap will bo needed. When cold
the mass should bo pressed into cakes.
What was real estate worth in Sodom
m (villi a
la fully 03 important and as beneficial
as Gprlng Medicine, for nt this Ecmon
llicro Is great danger to health In tho
arjlng temperature, oId storms, ma
larial germs, proalcneo of fccrs and
other diseases. All thpeo may ho avoided
If tho blood Is kept pure, the digestion
good, and bodily health vigorous by takiug
Tho Ono True Wood Purine-.
Hood's Pills aaaii
Waiter Bate & Co. united,
The I,rMt Manufacturer! of
PURE, HIGH GRADE
Cocoas and Chocolates
Onthli Continent, hremld
frosi the jt
Industrial and Food
IN EUROPE AKD AMERICA.
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that our pliif cf mtntifhctur
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SOLD BY OnOCERS EVERYWHCRE.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD. DORCHESTER, MASS.
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In -J inlmtiea ui'iui'it huiting. It la
the li(Ht for clcaiit.lnwuito pipes,
fUslnfectinu rinkn. cldiots, mub'xf
bottles, paltitr. trees etc.
PROFITABLE DAIRY VORC
Can only bo accomplished with tlio very bost
of tools and ,v, appllnnccs,
AVltIiaP.iH JuS?' Cream Sepa
rator on tlio fJh e-' - 'arm ou ar6
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milk Is a at- frB uablo foeil.
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take to get a HwEj" " Davis. Neat,
Illustrated JoFwiS&t.' catalogue
mulled runs k iV Asonts wanted
DAVIS & EANKIK BLDG. & MFO. CO.
Cor. Randolph & Doarborn Sts., Chicago.
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Omaha STOVE REPAIR Works
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