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SuccMnful Jelly Making-.
Um k'mmJ fruit which It iitut nn.
Uae Ui.i heat icranulated auifar.
Do not make larKe quantities of jel
ly at one cooking.
Iluat the uKar in th oven befure
adding it to the fruit Juice.
The jelly will be clearer and finer If
the fruit la simm-red ifently and not
itlrreil during rooking.
Set the Jelly in a tunny window for
twenty-four hours, then cover with
nielted paradlne and act in a dry. cool
place. Woman'a World.
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Worth Kxtr Time.
"Prisoner at the bur," laid the
JudKo, "la there anything you wiah to
aay before sentence la p.,sed Uxin
you?" "No, my lord, there la nothin
I cure to any, but If you'll clear away
the tuhte and rlmirs for me to thraah
my lawyer, you ran give me a year or
Civil War Veterans by Thous
ands Attend Reunion.
Hot Sun Cause Many to Fall-First
Death on Field Due to Heat
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Ere Itmieily. Ko Hmnln Feels
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a tt lli ln, J ,re U""iK. now they keep up ijr
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whoae houra are cold and hard, bind
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brinjr down truth fnim heaven; I give
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lid not be kind to wiah one'a
antoUl "iiien, but one cannot
,ktr(i tti.it one only had to hear
.unit told once.
tWt bur vatarr t r Mulnr I.biulH bin la at.
CikI all .i.r iu iui Cxoa ItaU luua, tia
ua Uial'a ail bluai
ci to Lydia E. Pinkham't
n,TeTn. "I hail compile,
diiranr, aome of them of long
tUmling. I wrote
to you for advice
and took I.ydia E.
ble Compound, and
nie other thing!
that you augea.
dvl. I mutt confeaa
thut I am much bet'
t-r In every way and
tinve been relieved
of aome of the worat
Ml took younger now than I diJ
yrars hi;o."- Mra. Sarah R.
trt, Athena, Texaa, It. V. D.
incw of no other medicine which
hnaoiurr.siiful n relieving the
goi women, or received ao many
tei'irniminln. aa haa I.vdia hL
K-n'l VeKetablo Compound.
I'arly every community yoa will
menwtio rlve iiern reatored to
"J)u fatin.ua medicine. Almoat
woman y..u meet knowa of the
P) it haa been doing among
"g women for the rajtt 'M year.
MPinUmm laboratory at Lynn,
ar nii s containing hundred of
"of letti ra from women aeek-
kth, in which many openly etate
irown HiKTiat urea that they have
'i their health by Uking Lydia
diam'i Vegetable Compound,
I tliem alute tiint It haa aaveJ
n iirv,'icul operation.
n'",nt "prclal adloeirr1U to
nnkhain .Medlelue Co. (confl.
' ynn. 1a. toar letier will
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fui hria in atrlct confldeuce.
If Ignorance and poaaion are the
foea of popular morality, it mutt be
eonfeaaed that moral indifference fa
the malady of the cultivated claaaea.
The modern aeparation of enlighten
ment and virtue, of thought and con
aclence, of the Intellectual ariatocracy
from the honeat and vulgar crowd, la
the greateat danger that can threaten
liberty. Henri Frederic Amlel.
Mnlh.ra will Unit Mra. Wlnainwa Unoihlat
yrmi i hi Wat rutiinlr tn naa lot iliair cHUUxeti
lailug it. toaliilug arlml
Ai cotton materiala ahrink they
muxt either be ahrunk in the piece or
made a aize larger and luck truated
that the garment may not ahrink be
yond all wearing. In ahrinking any
thing, uae boiling water until it it
thoroughly aaturated and then wring
out and dry; aprinkle and iron on the
wrong aide with a hot iron until the
fabric ia perfectly dry.
Dr. I'ieree'a I'elleta, email, augar
coated. eaxy to take aa candy, regulate
and invigi.ratu atomach, liver and bow
el. Do not gripe.
Made Ilia Speech Too Long.
Little Herbert, aged five, waa In
vited to a party, and before leaving j
home he waa cautioned to be aure to :
aay "Thunk you" to the hoateaa and i
tell her he had a nice time. On leav- j
I nif he aaid to the hoateaa: "Thank!
you very much. I had a nice time,
and your aupper wa good enough."
( leaning Velvet.
Nothing cleana a velvet hat or gown
like another piece of velvet. A email
piece held firmly in the hand and used
like a bruah will produce excellent rc-aulta.
(SettyHhurg, Pa. (Jettyaburg atep
ped 50 yeure backward Sunday into
Malory and lookeii again on an army
of lilue ami an army of (Sray, meeting
at her diMiratep. From eurly morning
until long after aundown the veteran
in blue and gray trooped into the little
town which haa al. pt peace fully among
ita hilla ainco I.ee and Meadu turned
their leginna aouthward long ago.
Morn than 30 apecial train came
into the village during the day and
thouaanda of veterana who tramped up
from the Shenandoah on their former
viait rode in comfort from llarriaburg,
Haltimoro and Waahington. Inatead
of the roar of guna that greeted them
in the other day they entered into the
quiet Sunday calm of a country town.
Only the Han flying from every win
dow, the city of tent in the diatancc,
ami the crowd told that Gettysburg
had come out of the uaual into the
extraordinary once more.
From the atation of the two railroad
that enter the village ia a long mile to
the camp of 6000 tents where the vet
erana nre houaed. Thousand ahoul
dered auitcaae and walked under a
acorching, cloudlea sky. Several uc
rumhed before they found their tents.
There waa no complaining, however.
Kvery poMMiblo arrangement for the
comfort of the united arm if ha been
made. The camp of brown army tenia
ia under the direction of ollicer of the
regular army The atreeU of Getty
burg are under the scrutiny of the
Pennsylvania constabulary, and for the
care of the aick the Red Cross ha
maile extensive preparations.
The camp itaelf lie on ground that
haa been baked as hard aa a brick and
dried into dust by winds that sweep
the hills, but ita sanitation, ita water
supply, and ita plan for the feeding of
thouaanda of men, have been made
with the utmost cure.
Augustus D. Hmwn of Livermore
Falls, Maine, waa the first veteran to
die on the field. He was taken sud
denly ill and died just as the army
aurgwin reached him. The heat prob
ably caused his death.
CUI'H) MAY YET BE DRIVEN
mr. 10 a. m to p. m.. Mui 5714
or by pKmtmni
Vll. JOSEPH ROANE
atatttne TrMlmMlt nf all Arula and fhronte
Ihiwn. irnarf I'rartitliinar. Suit J4-a-T
ArrKl. HnlUlna. K"attl a
Compulsory Marriage, Drawing: by
I-ot, Proposed in Trieste.
Trieste, Auatria-Hungary. There
haa been such a decline of recent year
in the marriage rate of Trieste that
one of the civic dignitarie suggests
the institution of a system of compul
sory matrimony. It is proposed that
on a given date in each year all spin
sters who have attained their 25th
year and bachelors who have attained
their 30th years should be required to
present themselves before the syndic
in whose jurisdiction they reside.
The names of those who on medical
examination prove to be thoroughly
sound would be sorted according to
sex, placed in separate urns, and then
drawn two at a time.
The couples whose names are drawn
together would, at the conclusion of
the draw, he united in marriage forth
with by the syndic.
WOULD IMPRISON MINISTERS
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or any part
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Launch Goes to Rescue.
San Diego, Cal. Colonel C. R. Ra
der's crack oceangoing launch Paxino
sa sailed from here Tuesday for Esper
an7.a, 40 mile aouth of Guaymas,
Mexico, where 200 women and chil
dren are waiting transportation from
the revolution-swept district. The
Paxinosa will carry refugees from
Esperanzn to the mouth of the Colo
rado river, where they will take auto
mobiles for Yuma. Captain J. N.
Ross will be in command. The Paxin
osa. is one of the most famous ocean
going launches on the Coast.
Convicts Leave No Trace.
Leavenworth. Kan. An all-day
1 search for Richard Osborne and Walter
Layman, convicts, who made a daring
escape from the Federal prison early
' Monday developed no trace of the men.
, Both men have escaped from McNiel'a
i Island, the government prison on the
Pacific Coast. The two men were ccll
, mates. They sawed the bar off
i their cell and olT a door 10 feet
away, leaving dummies reposing in
! their cots.
Oregon Tine Rounds Horn.
New York The American steam
ship Santa Cruz, in from Seattle and
Pacific and Atlantic ports cn route,
docked here Sunday, creating the im
pression that the Yankee merchant
marine might be coming back on the
I installment plan. Captain Crosely
' said he had had a fine voyage and that
1 finally ho hoped to take his ship
! through the Panama canal pretty reg
ularly to and from the l acitic uoaau
Jordan Begins Teace Tour.
New York David Starr Jordan,
accompanied by Mrs. Jordan and their
son, Erie, left Monday afternoon on
the' Atlantic transport liner Minne
waska on his world tour in the Interest
of universal peace. Dr. Jordan, who
is'chnncellor of Leland Standford Uni
vesrity, expects to be gone a year or
more and will lecture in Europe, Asia
Suffragist Make Savage Attack on
Iondon Miss Sylvia Pankhurst,
daughter of Mra. Emmaline Pank
hurst, the sulf ragutte leader, led an
attacking party to Downing street
Saturday afternoon for the purpose of
imprisoning the cabinet minister.
The expedition was unsuccessful, but
the victory of the police wa not won
without a series of fierce scrimmages,
in which both policemen and women
Miss Pankhurst appeared at a dem
onstration ir Trafalgar Square in fav
or of free speech. She denounced the
Right Honorable Reginald McKenna,
the home secretary "for killing my
mother." Then she invited the crowd
to go to Downing street and "imprison
the ministers in their own houses."
The police, however, had been ap
prised of the Intentions of the demon
strators and had thrown a strong cor
don around Downing street. Dock
workers in the .attacking party tried
to break through and some of the wo
men went to their aid, but were se
In the fighting the women were
thrown to the ground and the dockers
clubbed. Many were arrested. Fin
ally mounted police dispersed the
OJEDA'S SLOWNESS IS OFFSET
Doe Memory Go on Striker.
Can the human memory go on strike,
leaving the other tangible and Intang
ible part of the mental and physical
make-up to continue their ordinary
work-a-day routineT Will this ex
plain tha strange disappearance and
wandering about of men and women
which occur ao frequently!
Violin Notes Attract Mosquitoe.
In some part of India, where mos
quitoe abound, it i impossible to
play the violin because the music at
tract the insects in great numbers.
When the first note are heard the
mosquitoes swarm in clouds around
the player and make the movement of
the hand impossible.
Federals Make Up for General's
Failure to Advance.
Mexico City The failure of General
Ojeda to advance against the rebels in
Sonora, and the acquisition of various
towns, including Durango, capital of
the state of Durango, during the past !
week, has been offset, according to the !
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uvc. I.I..C.L, ujr b.lC ICWIUCI Ul m .cn
places by the Federals and by the
work done towards re-opening the
railroads in the North.
Troops are supporting the workmen
and the National railway has been re
paired within 70 miles of Saltillo and
north of Monterey to Villaldama, but
the activity of the rebels a short dis
tance on either side indicates that the
road will be cut behind the troops be
fore trains are operated.
The line from San Luis Potosi to
Tampico was cut in four places Mon
day. Rails were loosened at other
points and several trains were wreck
ed, one a military train. Half the
railroads in the 'republic were out of
commission. J Torreon especially is
suffering from a scarcity of provisions.
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"A Big Hit"
There is nothing makes a bigger hit
with a hungry person than to know
the digestion is working properly
and that your meals are going to
benefit you. If you are not in this
It is an excellent medicine for all
Stomach, Liver and Bowel Ills; also
Malaria. Try it Now
THREE ARE GUILTY OF ARSON
Members of Chicago "Arson Trust"
Chicago Edward and Paul Covitz,
former woolen merchants, and Joseph
Clarke, a public fire insurance adjust
er, were found guilty of arson by a
jury which returned a 'verdict in the
Criminal court Monday.
A motion for a new trial will be
made by attorneys for the defense and
a date for arguments will be set.
The agreement of the jury came as
a surprise. Both counsel for the state
and defense had expected a disagree
ment because the jurors had deliberat
ed 20 hour and 25 minute when the
verdict wa reached. Two jurors, it
was said, held out from the beginning
to acquit Clarke.
The defendants were in court when
the verdict was read. The Coviti
brothers almost collapsed, but Clarke
appeared unconcerned. The former
said their nationality was the cause
of the conviction. The convicted men
were not taken into custody. The
brothers are under $40,000 bonds and
their co-defendant on $76,000 bonds,
and the surety probably will be allow
ed to stand until the motion for a new
trial is disposed of.
The convicted men were the first of
46 alleged members of the "arson
trust," recently indicted, to be tried.
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over night. In the morning cream 1)
cup of augar and one cup of butter.
Beat two egg and add to butter and
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Wat-r in Mulnir la adulteration. Glass and w
tr mk IkiukI HueMtly. Buy M Croaa BaM
biua, tnakaa ciotht wbitar than anow.
Barbour "You seem warm; hare
you been exercising?" Waterman
"Yes. indeed: I went to the mates'
dance and swung dumb bellea arooad
all evening." Michigan Gargoyle.
"Let me go on the junkets of a
country," ay Senator Wombat, "and
I care not who makes the laws."
Beside the Mark.
Excited remark of opera managers
to the contrary notwithstanding, the
proof of an opera singer i in hi or
For a Red
The Remarkable Action of
a Famous Remedy and
Some Facts About It.
Chicago Women Are "Citizens."
Chicago Chicago women were
shown Sunday that hereafter they are
to be "citizens," and treated as such.
The proof came when Superintendent
Foster refused them the right to hold
a mass meeting Tuesday afternoon in
Grant Park, following the suffrage
The park commissioners declared
that, since the mass meeting would be
a "political" undertaking, and men
were not allowed to make speeches in
public parks, the women ought not to
expect it. Many of the sutTragist ex
pressed their satisfaction at being
treated like any other voters.
Three Generations Killed.
San Jose, Cal. Three generation
in Colonel Robert Powell's family
were wiped out of existence in a col
lision between an electric car and an
automobile on the Stevens Creek road,
near Cupertino. The dead are : Col
onel Robert Powell, aged 85; his wife,
Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, aged 73; an
adopted son, John Fowell, aged 36; his
wife, Mr. Sally Powel, aged 32;
Esther Powell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Powell, aged 13; John Rob
ert Fowell, the Infant son of the last
named couple, aged 10 months.
Battery Gets Biplane.
Stockton, Cal. Battery C, Califor
nia Field Artillery, has receive! an
armv scout biplane, which has been
turned over to the signal corps of the
battery. George I. Morane has been
ordered to instruct the artillerymen in
flying. The biplane will be equipped
with a wireless telephone and a tor
pedo tube and the troops will be taught
to mount and arrange the apparatus
for actual warfare purpose. The ma
chine can be used aa a hydroplane.
The skin Is but a net work of tine blood
tassel. And It la a parfectljr natural
eonaequence that any Influence in th
blood that la a condition of 111 health
make Its first appearanca In tha skin.
There are certain medicinal properties
that follow the course of tha blood stream
and the Influence of these propertlea la
that of an antidote. This Is why S. S. S.,
th best known blood purifier, has such
a positive action In th skin. There ia
on IriKTeillent In S. S. S. which peculiarly
stimulates cellular or glandular activity
to select from the blood or from this
fin net work of blood vessela In the akin,
thoae elements whicb it requires for re
generation. Thua pimples, acne, eczema, lupus, or
any other blood condition that attacks th
akin or aeeka an outlet through the akin
la met with the antidotal effect of S. S. 8.
The action of S. S. S. In the cellular
tissues of tha body serves the activ pur
pose of stimulating each cellular part to
th healthy and Judicious selection of It
own essential nutriment. Not only this,
but If from tha presence of aome disturb
ing polaon a condition of disease arises,
6. S. S. ao directs the local cells that thia
poison la rejected and eliminated from
This is why skin troubles vanish so
readily and why they do not return.
Under the influence of S. 8. S. this On
net work of blood vessels In the skin la
constantly taking from the blood the nu
trition required for healthy tissue and the
cause of disease Is Just as constantly be
ing removed, scattered and rendered
harmless. These fiicts are more fully
explained In a book cn skin troubles sent
by The Swift Specific Co., ISO Ewlft
Illdg., Atlanta. Cn- You will And S. S. S.
on sole at all drug stores. Get a bottle
to-day and banish all akin afflictlona.
"DIDN'T HURT A BIT"
is what they all say
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For that troublesome ailment naa
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"Why, Jacky, open the door and let
Katie in. Don't you see it's rain
ing?" cried Jacky' mother. "I can't,
mamma." said Jacky. "We are play
ing Noah, and Katie is the sinners,
and she must stay out in the wet."
Harper's Round Table.
out or TOWN
ran i"saps)lw prompt tisjjt
n en of M ott-Foiiottovaa,
C. GEE WO
the Chinese doctor.
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handled down friru iihr to aoa in ihv plyucAa
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1 62 i first St., Cor. Morrison
P. N. U.
No. 27, '13
HEX writ in to advertisers, plemtw
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Without good ml Wood a man haa a weak heart and poor nerves. Thinness of
ithe blood, or anaemia. i common In youn tolks a well as old. Especially it
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In anaemic people may have been caused Dy kick ol roou iresn air nrea.neu iniu
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