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Nort Bmkrta.semms to nTe fommi
V ke to fin petto. "How small
ws protect the people from nwils in
auavftetnei prodnctsr' A sew law
m recamtir got imto effect feslgme
to make it Impossible to deceive peo
ple imto baying inferior and adalter
te palmt aaaer the impression that
Ihey are getting real paint, vixl: pore
white lead and linseed oil.
The Ksttm Dakota lawmakers did
not attempt to absolutely prohibit the
inferior pigments, or mixtures oi
Pigments. They adopted the slogan,
"Let the label tell," and then left tc
the people to bay whichever the;
Under "this plan, if any one wishes
to buy a mixture of rock-dost, ground
artz and other cheap elements
which are found in many paints and
so-called "white leads," no ono can
object; for they do it with their eyes
open. But If they prefer genuine
white lead and linseed oil, they can
be sure of getting it, for none but
. the genuine article can bear a label
which says "pure white lead."
In all other States mixtures are of
ten sold as pure white lead which
.contain little sometimes no real
It would seem that were this same
principle' applied to food, beverages
.and all other prepared articles, where
deception is practiced upon the buy
er, the question would be solved. It
would leave us free to buy what we
pleased,. but would protect us from
unwittingly buying what we did not
Crutofof far Derelicts.
The excellent work in destroying a
dangerous derelict last week, begun
by the Tacoma and completed by the
Columbia, gives renewed point to the
suggestion hitherto made in these
columns that vessels of the navies of
the world might with peculiar profit
be employed in tracking and destroy
ing the abandoned hulks which dot
the seas and which present one of the
one of the most serious dangers to
navigation, says the New York Trib
une. Of the need that derelicts shau
be destroyed as speedily as possible
there can be no question. Many
known accidents and disasters have
been due to them, and there is rea
son for supposing that many, perhaps
, most, of the mysterious disappear
ances cf vessels might truly be ex
plained on the ground that they had
come into collision with those wan
dering destroyers. Carrying no lights,
making no noise, giving no signal of
any kind, often lying so low in the
water as to be scarcely perceptible,
and heavy and solid almost against
which a vessel can scarcely be guard
ed in the dark and collision with
which is always serious and often
All Chemically Pure.
The mistaken idea of a few years
ago, about Alum in Baking Powders
being injurious, no longer prevails, or
scarcely exists. It is a well estab
lished fact by chemical analysis that
Cream of Tartar being less volatile
than Alum, when exposed to heat, is
not entirely vaporized as is the case
with Alum, but leaves a residue in the
bread, which is injurious. Alum, on
the contrary, is entirely evaporated
while performing its function during
process of baking, leaving no atom of
injurious reslduous substance. The
words "Chemically Pure" erroneously
used to designate Cream of Tartar
from Alum baking powder Is a mis
nomer. Baking Powder made of pure
Alum is as chemically pure as made
from pure cream of tartar. These
words mean nothing more nor less
than pure chemicals, and in no way
can they imply that one baking pow
der is Alum and another Cream of
Tartar. Alum has been declared to be
wholesome; an established fact Ev
ery large water system in the cities
along the Missouri river use Alum in
, large quantities to purify the water
before pumping it Into their water
mains for consumption. Cream of Tar-
' tar. baking powder is perhaps good
enough for any one; Alum baking
powder is better, and very much
"Yes. the prisoner was a woman of
extraordinary nerve. They tried in
every known way to make her nerv
ous." "That so?"
"Yes. They shot ofT a gun unexpect
edly, yelled 'Fire!' and told her a dis
tant powder blast was an earthquake.
Still she was unmoved. Then they
liberated a mouse."
'Til wager a bank roll against a
stogie that the mouse made her nerv
ous." "Not at all. She only stepped on
It and laughed."
"Great Jupiter! Such a woman as
that wouldn't lose her nerve if the
' "Oh, yes. One of the detectives
stepped up and whispered in her ear
that her hair had been mussed up for
two hours, and then she collapsed."
The Central American Soldier.
These barefooted soldiers are an
tagonists not to be despised. Nearly
' worthless in attack, they are neverthe
"less tenacions in holding a position,
a trait that comes from their Spanish
descent probably. In the Cuban cam
paign Gen. Garcia is said to ha vesaid
in-reply to the remark of an American
oScer: "The Spaniards never at
tack." This may have been true in
the main, but the defense of the
trenches at Caney showed that the
.Spaniards would hold a position with
as much courage and tenacity as any
other troops. The Central and the
South Americans have not generally
showed much steadiness in war, but
there have been occasions when their
conduct has been conspicuous for
'gallantry, and all the virtues which
to make up the stalwart soldier.
U. O. Times-Democrat.
" Vanishing Rural Industries.
The gradual cessation, one after
another, of the countryside industries
u one of the principal reasons why the
peasant owner has vanished from the
ndT Thatching and woodcraft have
Been, killed by rural councils, with
their craze for slated roofs, and by the
substitution of other materials for
timber. The cottager can no longer
even bum wood, but must buy coal,
atece his fireplaces are not fashioned
jor the consumption of fasjots. Lo
4m Estates gsiette,-
FOR .ENTERTAINING. CHILDREN.
Some Garnet That Will Afford Aniuee
nient ta the Little Folks.'
It Is mot m difficult matter to give
children n" happy time; because of
their responsiveness. To them m
splendid time" means' merely a. few
folly games, some bright music, per
hmps a little dance, a light sapper and
a tiny souvenir. -
Their childish wishes are then more
gratified and they go home happy as
For children from five to 12 years
of age, four to eight o'clock is the best
time for the party, supper being at
about half after six.
For tiny tots, from three to six
o'clock is a more suitable time, with
supper served at five o'clock.
When a boy or girl "an write his
or her own invitations they are much
more appreciated by their little
But, for the-wee tots, mother must,
of course, send out the invitations.
j.i these parties the little host or
hostess must welcome each guest as
he or she arrives.
Mother, or some older person should
stand in the background and cordially
second the welcome first extended by
the little host or hostess.
Half an hour may be allowed for as
sembling and then the games should
A very amusing form of entertain
ment is to request each little girl to
bring her best doll, and each little boy
lis finest toy dog.
Then have a "baby show" and a
Let each, little girl show her baby
loll and let the judges decide which
is the "cutest," which is the "fattest,"
which is the "prettiest," and which is
the "best dressed." Award the prizes
to each little mother.
After this have the "dog show." lt
each little man show his dog in the
ring, and have some grown men to de
cide the various points of the dogs
shown, and then award the prizes.
A lawn hunt is very "nice for chil
Souvenirs of various kinds, wrapped
In paper are hidden here and there
ever the lawn and the little one who
finds the most of these packages re
ceives a prize.
Peanuts or fruits may be substituted
for the packages.
Some one has invented a pretty
treatment of the broomstick or the
pasteboard mailing tube which so
many women have found the most
satisfactory thing to wind center
pieces and doilies around when they
have just been done up.
A 25 inch square of flowered dimity
Is edged with narrow lace or bound
with wash ribbon or with one of the
many pretty wash braids and attached
to the tube, which has been covered
with cotton batting in which sachet
powder has been freely sprinkled, and
then with the material.
The doilies are laid flat upon the
square as soon as they have thorough
ly aired after ironing and are loosely
rolled around the tube, both doilies
and outer covering kept from unroll
ing by inch-wide ribbons attached, one
in the middle of the roll and one on
each side near the end.
Back Has New Fixings.
The French women are fastening
their skirts op. the side, closing the
back, fitting it perfectly to the belt
The small snap catches are used,
and the assurance that one's gown is
Intact and perfectly fitted at the back
solves a problem that has long agitat
ed the feminine mind.
Buttons, delicately embroidered,
are a popular fad. Cut silk or cloth
In circles; baste the circles to be em
broidered on to a stiff tarleton; with
shaded silks in the pastel colors, em
broider tiny leaves, French knots, a
vine of threads 'n graduated lengths.
The wooden molds neatly covered
with a pretty design will amply repay
the dainty worker.
Care of Household Silver.
Having read or been told that pota
to water will clean silver, I have tried
it for several weeks; and the method
promises to reduce such work to a
minimum. Each day at dinner time,
the water in which potatoes have
boiled is poured into a wide pan. In
this is arranged all the silver as it
comes from the table. There 'should
be water sufficient to cover the silver,
and it is left in the pan till the dishes
a-e washed. The first two trials
took off the egg stains, and after a
week all general tarnishes had dis
appeared. Silver powder was applied
to a few obstinate spots, and the en
tire collection looks as if freshly
scoured. Mary A. Clark.
Early New England Books Rare.
The recent discovery in England of
a copy of the long lost Massachusetts
laws of 1648, printed in Cambridge,
and its sale to E. Dwight Church, -of
Brooklyn, for a price said to exceed
95,000, reminds the collectors of the
interesting fact that the earliest
works printed in New England are
among the world's rarest books and
are rapidly becoming as valuable -as
the earliest imprints of William Cax
ton, England's first printer.
To Clean Frames.
Don't attempt to clean picture
frames covered with goldleaf, as the
finest and most beautiful of all gold
frames are. You can tell them by the
way the gold, as you look at It closely,
seems laid on, here and there curling
ever so slightly away from the frame.
Any sort of cleaning, except the most
casual dusting, is bound to make the
gold scale off in an unsightly fashion.
If alabaster ornaments are merely
grimy, washing with soap and water
will clean them; if. however, they are
stained, wash them first and then
spread over them a mixture of whit
ing and water, made into a 6tiff paste,
wash this off after a few hours, when
the stains will probably have disap
.Select Brash Carefully.
The hair brush should have long,
soft bristles that will go quite
through the hair and remove every
particle of dust, and must, above all
things, be immaculately clean. A
comb is rarely necessary, if the hair
is well brushed, but, when need,
should be a coarse one.
MORE PULQUE BEING DRUNK.
Mexico City Gets Away With SOQXftm
, - Litre Every Dm.' .
The consumption of pulqme Im Mex
ico city is rapidly increasing; and
Ae -hauling of the drink Is becoming
one of the principal sources of rev
enue on a number of limes entering
On nearly every railroad entering
the city a special pulque train is ran
into the city dally and many of the
regular, freight trains carry large
numbers of cars containing the popu
lar drink. 4
During the month of June three
railroads, the Hildago. the Mexican
and the Interoceanlc, carried into the
city 59,861 barrels and 334 skins full
of the pulque gathered within a radius
of sixty miles of the city. The Na
tional, the Central and the smaller
lines brought in an amount probably
half as great.
Allowing that the 'population of
Mexico city is 400,000 men, women
and children, the quantity of pulque
brought into the city daily is suf
ficient to supply almost two liters to
every individual. Do you drink your
share? During the month of June 14,
985,290 liters of pulque were brought
into the city, as In one barrel there
are 250 liters and in one skin 60 liters.
During each day of the month an av
erage of 748,263 liters was brought to
The amount thus reckoned is ex
clusive of the pulque brought to the
city in wagons and on muleback from
the nearby haciendas.
The . protests against the
bile omnibuses of London have ' re
ceived a powerful reenforcement by
a declaration of Sir James Dewar on
the chemical basis. He is undoubted
ly among the high chemical authori
ties of the world, and his condemna
tion of the motor buses and freight
vans seems conclusive unless inven
tion provides innocuous motive power.
Sir James Dewar states that the
combustion of petrol or gasoline lm
these motors throws off vast quanti
ties of noxious gases. Some of these
are absolutely poisonous and all in
jurious. He holds that the air of Lorn
don is bad enough already without
the addition of carbonic acid gas, the
sulphurous gases, and, worst of all,
the asphyxiating carbonic oxide.
Moreover, while he admits that sci
ence can improve motors, he declares
that it is impossible for it to burn pe
trol and render the resulting gases
To keep your auto looking bright
use the following mixture for all paint
ed parts: Sperm oil, one-half pint;
common vinegar, one-half pint; oil
oergamot, one dram. Mix and rub with
clean cloth. For all brass work use
tripoli, one and one-half pounds; any
lubricating oil, eight ounces; gasoline,
three quarts. This is one of the best
cleaners for all polished brass.
If you contemplate buying a medium
priced automobile and want to be cer
tain of securing a car suitable for tour
ing on country roads, up hill as well as
down hill, you will make no mistake
in buying either a Buieck, Maxwell,
Mitchell, Reo. Knox, Franklin or
Queen. These range In price from
$750 to $2,000.
Beit's Deed of Generosity.
One of the many persons whom the
late Alfred Beit had befriended repaid
him with ingratitude and abuse.
Later the ingrate fell on evil times.
Though down in the gutter, he still
had a little shame left and would not
ask Mr. Beit for help. The South Af
rican diamond magnate sent for one
of the uniucky one's friends and said:
"Go and see So-and-So, ask if he wants
any help, and give it to him, but don't
let him think it is from me. I have
had a difference with him and per
haps it would annoy him!"
Deadly New Rifle.
Bullets from the new 30-caliber
rifles of the United States army whirl
with great rapidity. The rifling gives
one revolution of the bullet about its
axis in ten inches. At the muzzle the
velocity of the bullet is 2,300 feet a
second, which means 2,760 turns a
second, assuming that the bullet does
not strip in the rifling. The circum
ference or the bullet is .942 of an
inch, which gives a peripheral velocity
of 2,600 inches each second, or 13,000
feet a minute.
Fear for Cologne Cathedral.
Serious damage to the magnificent
central portal of Cologne cathedral is
feared. Several large pieces of carv
ed stone have fallen and numerous
ather portions show signs of loosen
ing. The cathedral, begun in 1248,
aras not completed until 1880. It is
generally regarded as the finest piece
of Gothic architecture in the world.
GOOD AND HARD.
Results of Excessive Coffee Drinking.
It is remarkable what suffering
some persons put up with just to sat
isfy an appetite for something.
A Mich, woman says: "I had been
asing coffee since I was old enough to
nave a cup of my own at the table,
and from it I have suffered agony
hundreds of times' in the years past.
"My trouble first began in the form
of bilious colic, coming on every few
weeks and almost ending my life. At
every attack for 8 years I suffered in
this way. I used to pray for death to
relieve me from my suffering. I bad
also attacks of sick headache, and be
gan to suffer from catarrh of the stom
ach, and of course awful dyspepsia.
'Tor about a year I lived on crack
ers and water. Believing that coffee
was the cause of all this suffering, I
finally quit it and began to use
Postum Food Coffee. It agreed with
my stomach, my troubles have left
me and I am fast gaining my health
under its use.
"No wonder I condemn coffee and
tea. No one could be in a much more
critical condition than I was from
the use of coffee.' Some doctors pro
nounced it cancer, others ulceration,
but none gave me any relief. But
since I stopped coffee and began Pos
tum I am getting well so fast I can
heartily recommend it for all who
suffer as I did." Name given by
postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read
;the little book, "The Road to Well
Evilla." "There's a xeasom,".
WORN TO A SKELETON.
A Wonderful Restoration1 Cauesd m
Sensation in a Pennsylvania
Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland,
Pa, says: "Three years ago I found
that my housework
was becoming a bur
den. I tired easily,
had no ambition and
was fading fast. My
complexion got yel
low, and I lost over
60 pounds. My thirst
was terrible, and
there-was sugar in
the ..kidney secre
tions. My doctor kept me. on a strict
diet, but as his medicine was not help
ing me, I began using Doan's Kidney,
Pills. They helpedvine at once, and'
soon all traces, of sugar disappeared.
I have regained my former weight and
am perfectly weli."
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo. N. Y.
A Real Celebrity.
The local pride of the natives of
Cape Elizabeth, Me., is so intense that
It takes the attitude of pity for all
who have the misfortune to dwell else
where. This Is known to regular sum
mer visitors, and by most of them re
spected.' One rainy day a newcomer, who had
Joined the gathering at the store,
composed of fishermen and summer
visitors, ventured to enumerate some
of the distinguished men who had
come from Maine.
"There's Longfellow," he said, "and
Hantrtbpi Hamlin, and James G.
Blaine, William Pitt Fessendes,
Thomas B. Reed, and"
.Here an old fisherman looked up
from his work of splicing grass blades,
and broke in:
"Smart? Those fellows smart?" he
questioned. "You just come down
mm' see Josh Pillsbury skim fish!"
WILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR.
Eruption Broke Out In Spots All Over
Body- Cured at Expense of Only
$1.25 Thank Cuticura.
"The Cuticura Remedies cured me of
my skin disease, and I am very thank
ful to you. My trouble was eruption
of the skin, which broke ont in spots
all over my body, and caused a con
tinual itching which nearly drove me
wild at times. I got medicine of a
doctor, but it did not cure me, and
when I saw in a paper your ad, I sent
to you for the Cuticura book and I
studied my case in it. I then went
to the drug store and bought one cake
of Cuticura Soap, one box of Cuticura
Ointment and one vial of Cuticura
Pills. From the first application I re
ceived relief. I used the first set and
two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap, and
was completely cured. I had suffered
for two years, and I again thank Cutt
cmra for my cure. Claade N. John
son, Maple Grove Farm, R. F. D. 2,
Walnut, Kaiu, June 15. 1905.''
Magnificent Sacred Edifies.
The largest and costliest building
thus far undertaken in New York, the
city of immense structures, is the
magnificent $10,000,000 Episcopal Ca
thedral of St John the Divine, mow be
ing .erected on Morningslde Heights.
This will be the greatest edifice in
America, and the fourth im import
ance in the world.
Lincoln Dental College.
Associated with the State Univer
sity of Nebraska, where all classes in
the sciences take their work. Ample
equipment, university standards, mini
mum tuition. Member of the Nation
al, and all credits accepted. It will
pay you to write for special announce
ment Address the Dean, Dr. Clyde
Davis, Lincoln, Neb.
Ivy does not make m house damp;
on the contrary, its small roots ex
tract every particle of moisture from
the brick or stone to which it clings.
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 36, 1906.
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES, are nut
to fight and washing and color more floods
thin ethers. Me per package.
Mice and conclmdoms are not symom
rmovs, yet women jump at both.
Smokers have to -call for Lewis' Single
Bader cigar to jet-,it. Your dealer or
Lewis' jPaetory. Peoria, HI.
How many '-people fumigate the
money that is .gtrjem' to them?
For cSMw.lnrtne.MtTM Ue sum, redacts f
We cam generally avoid a lot of
troahie by not saying what we think.
Defiance Starch Is the latest inven
tion la that line and an improvement
on all other makes; It is more eco
nomical, does better work, takes less
time. Get it from any grocer.
,, Tuberculosis in Germany.
Under the -workmen's sickness In
surance law about 19,500,000 was
spent in Germany in the treatment
of tuberculous patients im the years
1101 to 1905.
Troubles of an Author.
Robert Louis Stevenson's mother
wrote in one of her letters from Sa
moa: "The people here are now dis
covering that Louis writes, as The
Bottle-Imp' is coming out In the na
tive paper, having been translated by
Mr. C . It is much appreciated.
but leads to some curious results. For
instance, the house in it somewhat re
sembles ours, and a good many of the
natives suspect that Mr. Stevenson
the 'bottle' himseiz."
THE BEST COUCH CORE
No cough Is too trifling; or too
serious to be treated by the rial
method, and the right method is
the use of the best cough cure,
This famous preparation cures
concrha. colds. HrmpMk !n and
consumption in its first stages.
Irritation of the throat and bron
chial tubes isimmediately removed
by the use of Kemp's Balsam.
Sold by all dealers at 35c and 50c
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mMlMISillv oter brands. Try it now. lor I
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the health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one's
improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches,
etc. It is all important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one of known quality and excellence, like the ever
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig
Syrup Co., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system
effectually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant
after effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the internal
organs, simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance,
. without griping, irritating or debilitating the internal organs in
anyway, as it contains nothing of an objectionable or injurious
nature. As the plants which are combined with the figs in
the manufacture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to
act most beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met
with their general approval as a family laxative, a fact well
worth considering in making purchases.
' It is because of the fact that SYRUP OF FIGS
is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by
physicians that has ted to its use by so many millions of well
.-informed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain
qualify or inferior reputation. Every family should have a
bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a
laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that the
genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of
only, by all reputable druggists, and that full name of the
company California Fig Syrup Co., is plainly printed on
the front of every package. Regular price, 50c per bottle.
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Labor the Great Quattty.
The most beautiful actions of the
mmmam body, and the highest results
of the human intelligeace, are. condi
tions or achievements, of quite mmhv
borious nay, of recreative effort It
Is the negative quantity or qnaatity
of de-fect which has to be counted
against every Feat and of de-fact which
has to be counted against every Fact
or Deed of men. In brief, tt m that
quantity of our toU which we die in.
' There is no speed limit for autos
outside the city of Shanghai, China.
Within the city 3t miles am hour w
European Nations in Africa.
Of Africa's area of 11,500.000 square
miles. Great Britain owns 2,700,009
and France 3,800,000, including Mada
this ouwr de
siring to buy any
thin? advanced nt
its lohiniiu should iruist upon hvriog
whit thty ask for. ref using ail sutosu-
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mImmi la this locality with aaacient atoaer to
karoatrteat hi am Boonik's supply of oar ate
bom as f ally
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month, can be relieved by
taking opiates and other
dangerous drugs, but the
only safe way is to cure
the disease that causes
the pain, which can be
done by taking
MI would nearly die every
month," writes Mrs. Nette
French,, off Batavia. O., "with
pains In head and back; but
Cardut eased all pain. I can
not lecommend it too highly."
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