The Woman Knows. There is no class of literature more instructive to many than the advertisements. advertise-ments. When cleverly illustrated they are even of more beneiit in teaching that "the world ,do move." Whether directly interested or not, by means of the ad aud the catalogue sent on application appli-cation accurate information can be obtained. Fields of calla lillies are grown in Los Angeles, acres are devoted to the violet in the Santa Clara valley, lilies and other (lowers are exported from the Bermuda islands. Enterprising Enterpris-ing grocery stores are constantly presenting pre-senting seme new article for the family bill of fare, and its native home. !; -its, how made ready for the market are carefully told in the ad just like that eminent old doctor reaped a fortune in his "cut" of naked negroes in South African gathering bucha leaves. We are acquainted with a few ways of preparing pre-paring the egg for table use yet some Krench chefs adveriis? 490 ways in which this common article of food may be cooked. A firm is known commercially commerci-ally by the appearance they make in print. Are they doubtful their space is small. If their wares are of an inferior in-ferior quality fear of detection keeps them quiet. The fact is when the family list in any line is b?ing made up at home right at that time the head lady of the family decides where to go first for fach and every article. The ques.ions in her mind ara where can she get what she wants? Where can she get in the local t tores what she seen advertised? and where can she do the best? When on a "shopping'' expedition expedi-tion without that list she merely wants the clerks to handle aud show np goods. He is wise who will do his utmost to see that his ad is in her hand when she is making up the list.