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WHERE WOMEN SAVED THE DAY. THREE Floating Exposition. According to the leading paper et Two Cases in Which Their Services Vienna, Austrian exporting circles are Were of Importance. contemplating the , fitting out of a In 1797 Col. Tate, with the Legion steamship for a floating industrial exNoire, landed near Fishguard intendhibition to visit thenxwta of the East ing to march on and burn Bristol. Indies and easternvaiaV A similar When the expedition appeared off fhe enterprise, undertaken' in 1901," had coast there was only a handful of vol- given profitable results to Austrian unteers available to oppose them and manufacturers and exporting houses Lord Cawdor, who was in command, which participated therein. mustered all the Welshwomen he Earliest Greea Onions. could gather together. Each of these The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La wore a long ted cloak, descending Crosse, Yls., always have something petticoat fashion almost to her heels, new, something valuable. This year and thus attired they were made to they offer among their new money vegetables, an Earliest Green march aijd countermarch among the making Onion. It is a winner, Mr. Vating hills, presenting themselves at differ- Farmer and Gardener! ent points to the view of the enemy THIS JUST SEND NOTICE AND 16c, in such a way as to give the impres- and they will send you their big plant sion of troops taking and seed catalog, together with enough grow The French were so seed to up position. 1.000 fine, solid Cabbages. 2.000 delicious Carrots. puzzled by their appearance that, al2.000 blanching, nutty Celery. though they landed, they could not 2.000 rich, buttery Lettuce. make up their minds to advance until 1.000 splendid Onions. sufficient time had elapsed to raise 1.000 rare, luscious Radishes. 1.000 gloriously brilliant Flowers. the country and bring forward a real In all over 10,000 plants this great force strong enough to beat them is made to get you to test their back. Another case in point was fur- offer warranted vegetable seeds and nished by the milkmaids of Dort, in ALL, FOE BUT 16c FOSTAOE, Holland, who gave timely warning of providing you will return this notice, the approach of a band of invading and If you will send them 20c In postage, they will add to the above a packSpaniards and thus saved their city. age of the famous Berliner Cauliflower. (W. N. U.) A Physicians Statement. Valuable Cosmetic. Yorktown, Ark., Jan. 11. Leland The cashew nut serves a unique purWilliamson, M. D., one of our cleverest physicians, has made a statement, pose as a cosmetic in the West InDodds Kidney Pills and say- dies, where women, desiring to remove ing that he uses them in his daily prac- the excessive tan. anoint the skin tice in preference to any other Kidney with an oil from the outer surface of medicine. His statement has created the raw nut For two weeks the paa profound sensation, as it is somemust retire from society, for the tient what unusual for a physician to pubso treated turn black. licly endorse anything in the shape of face and hands a of end At the Seclusion, Dr. Williamson a patent medicine. however, the woman who has undersays: After twenty years practice in a gone the cashew treatment emerges, with skin and comsickly and malarious country I have observes asstate, fair as a babes. come to the conclusion that it is al- plexion Heai From Acetyline, ways best to use the remedy that will relieve and cure my patients, whether A comparison between the heating ethical or not. properties of acetyline and coal gas I have used Dodds Kidney Pills shows that the heat units developed with uniform success in the various per cubic foot are 1,850 and 630, reforms of Kidney Disease, Pain in the spectively, the temperature of the Back, Gout, Rheumatism, Inflamma- acetyline flame being about 2,000 detion and Congestion of the Kidneys grees Fahrenheit. 'With an acetyline and all kindred diseases; I always pre- burner consuming two cubic feet of scribe Dodds Kidney Pills in such gas an hour a quart of water was cases and can testify that they in- brought from a tempera cure of about variably restore the Kidneys to their 50 degrees to the boiling point in about normal state and thereby relieve the 8 minutes. Under similar conditions blood of accumulated poisons, produc- it required 10 minutes for the iling prompt and effective cures. luminating gas to accomplish the same results, though the burner used Make Cardinals Robes. sixteen cubic feet of gas per hour. The brilliant crimson cloth of which Nerves and the Piano. the cardinals robes at the Vatican 'An eminent Berlin nerve specialist, are made has been supplied for genUia attention Attraotad to erations past by- - the . family of who had nervousness of many pianists, cloth merchants, at Burtscheid, near the been has piano from the studying the secret process by which the dye Is distilled' having been pathological point of view. Qut of handed down from father to son. The 1,000 young girls whom he examined, had begun to, study the family, curlqusly enough, is of Hugue- .each of whom 14 years of age, no less not descent, and its members are to piano under nervous malady,., some 600 had than this'day stanch Protestants. while out of 1,000 who bad never studied the instrument only 100 were afFeet Comfortable Ever Since. "I suffored for years with mvfeet. A friend flicted. The specialist, therefore, has I recommended ALLENS the theory that no child and my feet promulgated used two boxes of the should be allowed to learn the " Ex Uno Multi. The longevity rnd elasticity of the ever increasing list of the descendants of William the Conqueror would point to the conclusion that the victorious William was not only a Norman but Iso a Mormon. Princeton Tiger. Hows This ? Hundred Dollars Reward for any case nt Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall a Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & O , Toledo O have known F .1 Cheney We, the undersigned forthelaat 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly bon TTe offer One C orable In all business transition and financially able to carry out any obligations made by hi firm Kisvav Walmng, Wholesale & Marvin Druggist. Toledo, O HalVa Catarrh Cure in taken internally, acting of the directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ivateiu. Testimonial tent free Price 3 cent per bottle. Sold bv ail Druggist Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. before the age of Girls Apron. Dainty aprons always are attractive as well as serviceable and are to be commended from the aesthetic as well .as the practical point of View: This one is made of lawn with trimming of embroidery and gives an effect of epaulettes at the front, a bertha at the bacR.'LAS shown' It IS1 work over a frock but it can be used with the guimpe. only when desirable. All lawns, dimities and the like are appropriate. Both front and backs are tucked for a short distance below their upper edges, the tucks providing fulness below, and between the groups of tucks at the front pointed bands of trimming are applied. The quantity of material for a girl of 4 years of age Is 12 yeards 36 inches wide with 16. - I Woman and Little Things. A man may look at life as through field glasses. He gives himself a wide horizon, and does not always heed the things which lie nearest him. A woman has more of the microscopic instinct. She sees the importance of little things, and that is how so many have genius enough to make $10, or even less, provide the necessities of a ' household.- GIVES GO" Food That Carries' One Along. know of food that not tastes delicious but that puts the Its nice to only snap Grape-Nuts- s s Grape-Nuts-foo- d - 6 Cleaning Chamois Trimmings. Linings or facings of chamois leather upon garments may be cleaned by rubbing all over with soft, white soap, then sponge the leather with warm soapsuds in which a little soda has been dissolved. Wash this off with lukewarm water, containing a slight percentage of soda, and finally dry the facings between two towels. If the chamois leather is not detachable from the rest of tne garment, care should be taken that the latter does not become wet also. Hang the article to dry in the shade and stretch the leather straight and smooth while it is still damp, for it must not be - and go into one and supplies staying power for the day. A woman says: I have taken enough medicine in my time to furnish a drug store, but in later and Right Temperature for Work. Dt. Beiijamin Ward Richardson 'hiser years I have taken none but found, after long experiments and have depended, for the health I now suitable and sustaining practice, that 64 deg.' Fahr. is the best enjoy, on w hich I keep on hand a tested food of mento conduct in which temperature plain but nourishing. tal labor. If the temperature falls variety, Of these my main dependence is becomes drowsy below this tue mind , if I have be'especially If It much rises and and Inactive; effort eithme of a unusual fore day above there is a relaxed state of the er mental or physical. In this, case body and mind which soon leads to I fortify myself the first thing in the fatigue and exhaustion. It is imporwith about 4 teaspoonfuls tant that the temperature be the same morning Grape-Nutof moistened with cream Is and it that In all parts of the room, and not much else for breakfast and, etpadilv maintained the amount of work 1 can then carry Pisos Cure for Consumption Is an infallible through successfully without fatigue medicine for coughs aud colds. N. W. Samukl, or exhaustion is a wonder to those Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900. about me and even to myself. Grape-Nutfood is certainly a Insect Foes of Mankind. and is not a wonderful strengthener and facts actual to When it comes no is reaction aftthere for stimulant, figures of the financial losses caused ' is and hut it erwards.' sustaining papers oy insect pests the published strengthening, as I have proved by and reports of expert investigators Name given, by long experience. lonnected with our agricultural deMich. Battle Postum Co., Creek, our agripartment at Washington and Theres a reason four teaspoonfuls cultural stations elsewhere furnish the s and cream will add chief and largest resource. The fig- of Grape-Nutures 'given here are truly staggering more strength and carry one further In their immensity. Thus we have it than a plateful of coarse heavy food on the authority of Dr. Howard that that is nearly all waste. and is condensed, the actual money loss occasioned by Insect pests in this country every year delicious. Jt contains the parts oi the Wheat and Barley- grains that AccordIs not less than $35,000,000. the grasshopper supply the rebuilding parts for Brain ing to Dr. Howard and Nerve Centers. .Which visited large areas of the pst Ixjok in each package for a copy 1874-7farm crops destroyed West in to the' value of $100,000,000 in a single of the famous little book, The Road to Wellville. season f 4602 Misses Waist, 12 to 16 yrs. culiarly desirable and includes, besides that feature, tucks which give tapering lines at the back and a box plaited effect at tjie center front. As illustrated it is made of white corduroy with a collar of silk and trimming of applique, but can be reproduced in almost any of the seasons waist or dress materials with equal success, and the collar can be either of the same or contrasting material. The waist consists of the fitted lining, which closes at the center front, the smooth back and the full fronts which are arranged over it, the closing of the waist being made invisibly beneath .the edge of the box plait. The wide collar is cut with stole ends and arranged over the waist. The nec?. can be finished either with the stock, as illustrated, or with the collar alone. The sleeves are the favorite ones of the season that are snug above the elbows and form full puffs at the wrists. ' The quantity of material required for the medium size is 3 yards 21, 27 or 2 314 yards yards 44 inches wide, with yard for collar, and 214 yards of applique .to trim as illustrated. The pattern 4602 is cut in sizes fer girls of 12, 14 and 16 years of age. The buckles were never handsomer. piano d ironed. Of Woodland Brown A pretty shade of woodland brown in cloth is effectively relieved with a yoke and vest effect in tangerine velvet decorated with mixed brown and gold braid. The eton jacket is so cut that the shoulder overhangs the sleeve, this latter consisting of a single puff banded into a straight cuff which shows a little of the braid and gilt 4528 Gl Is Apron, 2, 4, 6 years. buttons. The skirt is cut in eleven 3 yards of insertion and 4 y2 yards of gores, which flare at the foot, and is A May Manton pattern, finished with stitching. embroidery. No. 4528, sizes 2 to 6 years, will be mailed to any address on receipt of ten Readers of this paper can secure any May Manton pattern illustrated above by filling out cents. all blanks in coupon, and mailing, with 10 cents, to E. E. Harrison & Co., 65 Plymouth Place, Chicago. Pattern will be mailed promptly. Pastel Pink Sicilienne. charming and simple little frock of pastel pink sicilienne is made with emplacements of lace and tucks. The corsage fastens in the back and the sleeves are really a series of ruffles, composed of the sicilienne and chiffon alternating, these falling into a tight cuff at the wrist. The skirt is tucked in grouns to the knee, where it is left to flare. The ostrich boa and muff are in woodland brown, the boa being in three strands and the muff large and of the extreme pocket shape. : A hand-mad- e Cheese n Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 50 How to Win at Poker. A gentleman giving the name of McClellan has at last solved the pestering problem of how to win at poker. Entering a "club at Chicago, he insisted upon taking a hand In each game that was in nrogress. He was the only man to draw, and all the other players passed. All he held was a pistol. He raked in all the pots and cashed in, omitting he ceremony of feeding the kitty. This was irregular to some extent, but almost any innovation is irregular if u makes good. stamps for postage to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and get their big catalogue, fully describing this remarkable Cream Separator, and hundreds of other tools and farm seeds used by the farmer. (W. N. U.) 5c Feminine Mind Superior. Archeologists have come to the con elusion that the feminine mind is pan ticularly quick at deciphering the an cient hieroglyphics and other Inscrip tions. A number of women, both in Europe and America, are tnerefore, be ing instructed in that art. Hother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children Successfully used by Mother Gray, n urss In the Childrens Home in New York, curs Constipation, Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate ths Bowels and DestrovW orms. Over 30, 000 testimonials. At all Druggists. 25c. Sam pis FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy.N. Y. Where See here, She Had Felt. exclaimed Mr. , Clnbh, upon discovering next morning that all his change" was gone, during your talk to me when I came in late last night I believe you remarked among other things that woman feels I did," replied where man thinks. You have no feeling, his wife. and Well, I merely, want to say youre mistaken if you suppose I do Cathmy thinking in my pockets. olic Standard and Times. To Cure a Cold in One day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggistb refund money if it fails to cure. 25c, Revive Sun Dials. favorite The sun dial, that in the garden of the past, has been revived, and it is stated on good authority that no garden 'will be considered complete without it. old-tim- e Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrop. For children teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflammation, allays pain, cures wlndcollo. 25c a bottle. Funny Old Signs. One of the most notable of old London signs, "The Dogs Head in the Iron Pot, had its beginning in the early years of the reign of that same bluff King Hal, says St. Nicholas. It stands out, a lonely figure on Black-friar-s road at the corner of Charlotte street, the sign of a wholesale ironmongers establishment The dog is in the act of eating out of a three-leggeiron pot which it has overturned. There were also The Black The Dog and The Dog and Duck. was the sign ol White Greyhound John Harrison in St. Pauls churchyard, a bookseller who published soma of Shakespeares early works. Teosinte and Billion Dollar Grass. The two greatest fodder plants on earth, one good for 14 tons hay and the othei 80 tons green fodder per acre. Grows everywhere, so do Victoria Rape, yielding 60,000 lbs. sheep and swine food pel acre. JUST SEND 10c IN STAMPS TO Tint John A. Salzer Seed Co., La CroRse, Wis., and receive in return their big catalog and lots of farm seed samples. (W. N. U.) Cost of Gravitation. In an address before the British sociation for the Advancement- of - AsSci- Charles Hawkins remark by gravitation is almost, if not quite, as expensive as water obtained by pumping, may be something of a surprise to a lawman, but is easily explained by the greater cost of gravitation works. Economy Is the road to wealth. PUTNAM FADELESS DYE is the road to economy. ence, Name Mr. that water obtained Town . State... Pattern No... Waist Measure Bust Measure (if for skirt) (if for waist) Chivalry. Age (if Souffle. Cheese souffle is a dainty dish, and one suitable for the autumn supper table. Put two level teaspoonfnls of butter In a frying pan and stir in a Foster-Milbur- For sale by all druggists, price cents per box. JUST SEND THIS NOTICE, Chinese ones of jadestone and crystals, set with garnets, are taken from the mens wraps and used for buckles. FOOT-EAS- Eugene E. 'Lario, of 751 Twentieth avenue, ticket seller in the Union Station, Denver, . Col., says : You are at liberty to repeat what I first stated through our Denver papers about' Doans Kidney Pills in the summer of 1899, for I have had no reason in the interim to change my opinion of the remedy. I was subject to severe attacks of backache. always aggravated if 1 sat long at a desk. Doans Kidney Pills absolutely stopped my backache. I have never had a pain or twinge since. with mounting. c , AFTER. The Wonderful Cream Separator Does its work in thirty minutes and leaves less than 1 per cent butter faL The price is ridiculously low, according to size, $2.75 to $6.00 each, and when you have one you would not part therewith for fifty times its cost. Fashions Latest Monstrosities. Some of the new leather, suede, morocco and silk belts are perfect monstrosities, and it is to be hoped that all dainty women will put their stamp of disapproval on them. They come in all colofs and all widths, but the one upon which fashion has set its seal is about four inches wide and undeniably ugly. One of the prettiest leather belts is the Japanese, which has the dragon embroidered on it in different shades. It has a silver or gold dragon - poy-de- Misses Waist. girls always look well in waists that include broad collars giving a sailor effect. This one is pe- Young , - E - side. hts have been entirely comfortable ever since is certainly a godALLEN S FOOT-EASsend to me. Wm L. Swormstedt. WashingD. C. Sold by all Druggists, 25c. ton, heaping tablespoonful of flour, gradually add half a cup of milk and boil one minute. Then add a seasoning of half a teaspoonful of salt and onetenth of a teaspoonful of cayenne. Stir in one cup of soft grated cheese and the yolks of three eggs, well beaten. Pour the mixture into a bowl and set it away to cool. When thoroughly cold, add the whites of the three eggs, whipped to a very light froth. Turn the mixture into a buttered baking dish, or into individual custard cups. Bake the souffle from ten to twelve minutes, and serve hot, immediately. Popular Foulards. Large figuring and ombre stripes will characterize the foulards for the coming season, and a model recently shown, which is an imported one, shows a scarlet silk with large white flowers and gold braids, effectively used for trimming. The shaped piece Df plain starlet silk which outlines the white yoke is heavily embroidered with gold threads, and tressed gold cords are draped beneath this' and used to form a lattice over the underblouse of plisse chiffon. The skirt has a tunic effect deeply scalloped over the two scant volants, this being outlined writh the gold lace braid and a deep pointed belt of gold lace, sash loops and ends in the back, make a girlish finish. The hat worn with this gown is in white Irish crotchet, with a binding of white panne velvet embroidered in gold and a shaded plume in white pink and a little red dropping over the YEARS childs or misss pattern) Write plainly. Fill out all blanks Enclose Mail to E. E. Harrison A Co. , 65 Plymouth Place, Chicago. lOo. j The chivalry of Europe is, in great measure, a product of the Saracen ehitalry which entered Europe in two streams flowing through Constantinople and through Spain. '