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InrcrM Individual purchaser of elrcltle
ln!ni' In tlilt fitj. It 4uy b.0,000
II..I).,,, win flu, lira. Wlnnlnw" rbmttilut
,t. . II.'" t. .1 tS! ilr V iH lui ih.lt- tbUdreJ
ruUus ilii uathlkK (airled.
Over one million parseus vlalt tba llrlt
lib Muiauin rcli jrtir,
A foul Ink' of security nml freedom
from niixtuty pervade th litimn In
which llnmllns Wlmtl Oil In kept con
stantly on lniiul. Mother know It curt
always ho depended ujion In time of
Tlii Persian liar different limit
for vrry day lu Ilia month.
CASTOR I A
Por Infants nud Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I'lfijr )er' rrrnrda of rrlmlnnl alalia-
(In ilinw tliit (blowy list decrraaed 40
"I have uril your tnluable Cascarrta
ml I (Iml Hutu jxrfrct Coulilii'l do
without thrill. I limr uieil tllrlil for
Mime lime for InillKrotlon ami blllimaiicta
ami mil now completely cmril, Urcum
inrnil lllrlll to evrtvone Onre tried, you
will never ! without thrni In tha
family " ltd afd A. Marx, Allsiuy, N.Y.
llaaiaat. Patatabta, lolanl. Taila Oood.
Do One.1 Nr rJlaaan Waatan or (lilp.
)iv,tV. W. vr aoMlnbulk Iheaan
ulna labial lampw.tCCC Utiaf anlaad to
tula uf uuf niooar back. Id
HIT TIIK OIICAT
CumatAlhai'air w lllttalt
riNBAl HUM OP li.ATISH or TIIK
liUII.I) NlM M for aoe Ortlar
And anoinar f lharl r -'
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Varrll irllM ptiaM
Ut In real awl b happr. .
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CHCSCUtT MFO. CO. Seattle, Wn.
DAISY FLY KILLER
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Tr'rrVll ANI) IKKtTS WirilOUT TIIK UiASr
1'AIN. NOHIUIIKNTM. n.i unfertalntr.
For tho Noxt Ftftoon Days
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AtLWORKaUARANTCED 15 YEARS
Dr. W. A. Wise
Prealdont and Manasor
The Wise Dental Co.
UNO.) Third and Wa.lilnaton 8U.
IIK! writing- to adyartliara
inanllan mil paper.
The Wiiiimn WIhi .Neer lleaita.
"I lovo my mnlhnr-lii-law," aald n
yomiK wniiinti rcrontly, "hut a visit
from lior almost give me nervou
prostration. Hho I kindness Itself,
would do an) thing for mo, except
lrnvo mo nlono llvn minute nt n
1 1 nit'. Hho la mm of those uncomfort
nlilu it'0ila who never rendu, hut sit
with her hand folded hour nftar hour
nnd expect to talk or ho Utlked to.
My children nre koIiik to he rentiers tt
I have to boat h lovo of hooks Into
There nro few rhnrflcutrlstlcs more
trylrm than not to rend. If you do
not lovo hooks fur thalr own snke,
rulilvnto n tnntn for them In tho In
terest of your awn ioiulnrlty. Tho
isii limn who nevor reads Is rarely n
popular guest. Hho Is n dead weight
on her hosto and wears thin tho ut
moat hospitality. If you hnvo n friend
I In your house who. you know, Is only
too pleased to get n cJinnco nl n book,
you do not worry nhout hor entertain
livery housekeeper, hns duties that
must he ntlendcd to, and to hustlo
I Imm IhroiiKh while n stranger wnlts
Idly for your return, t contluclvo to
nervo strain Conversation, like hon
hons, should he taken lu moderation
About tha only ono that can thorough
ly enjoy unlimited chatter Is a mem
ber of tho monkey tribe. To talk the
clock around Renerally means words
not Ideas. Krtn though the woman
who never reads hns a fondness for
the needle, It does not help tho hnr
aimed rntertntner much. Ileildes Sw
ing a bore to other, the woman who
never read genorally Is a bore to her
aelf The true book lover la depend-
Tho school frock ot navy blue scrgo la worn over a
while skirt powdered with currant red pota; whllo tha
llttlu walking costume Is carried out In cream cloth
trimmed with soutache. Tho charming little frock of
enl on no ono for her amusement;
"What shall I do uextr Is never on
her lips, and "ennuf Is a state un
known. The atmoipherc of good book
makes for a refinement that levels
rank and soclnl position. .The woman
who knows Intimately tho master
mind of Iho world, who keep up
with current event, has within her
wilf a woll-sprlng of content, and rare
ly Is n source ot discontent to hor
Tho girl who can sow ha great ad
vautago over tho ono who cannot, for
If sho studies tho gowns here pictured
she can ovolvo with vory llttlo trou
ble and oxpouso a beautiful frock for
aflornoon or church wear, Ona that,
if hiado by a fahionahlo modiste,
would cost 50 or more, can ho made
cheaply at homo, Womon'e apparel I
not closely fitted nowadays, whlcjh
makes It cnslor for the nmatour dross
maker. Tho first picture shows a prln
ccbs gown ot figured foulard In brown
uud tan, with yoko and sleovea of
The coat Is ot heavy brown linen
with wldo Insets of conrso linen Inco
of the samn color. Around tho neck
Is a fold of bins hlnok satin pnssInK
throtmh rings covered wtlh crochet. A
brown lint fneed with blnck, trimmed
with abort brown onlrlch fenthers nnd
black aigrette, Is worn with this suit.
Tho ai'cobd figure la another ndapta
tlon of tho prlnceM It can he tnndo
of any color, In any shade, with hat
In tones to match. The principal note
I the touch of black that seem nec
essary to the fashionable frocks of tho
To Clean Papernl "Wnlla.
Make a dough of flour and cold wa
ter and knead, a you would bread, un
til It Is'free from stickiness nnd be
come perfectly amooth. A piece of
PIIETTY FKOCKS FOR LITTLE 0IHL3.
thl rubbed over the paper will ma1e
It ntiiMuir na freali as now. One pleco
may be tueil for a large surfaco, though
It slufuld bo changed for a clean pleco
before It U too much soiled. If you
hnvo philn paper on your wall and It
I faded or spotted, mix somo wnll
llnlsh. of a desired color, rather thick,
and apply It swiftly over tho wall. If
done carefully ami with dispatch tho
paper will not become Vet enough tp
como off. nnd will dry quickly, when
tt will look like new.
lllnal fur Wiminli fturfrnitr.
Illshop William Cromvell Doane
said In an address tho other day to
tho graduating class of St. Agnes'
school at Albany, N. Y.:
"I cannot count It necessary and
perhaps tt I not wlso for mo to cau
tion you against tho loudly shrieked
call to give women tho right to vote
and to bo voted for.
"I nm disposed to think that tho
quiet and decent appeal of a few of
tho so-called suffragists will bo no
drowned In tho sort ot howling der
vish performance of tho so-called imf
fragettos that It will fall of nny of.
"At nny rate, tho argument should,
bo addressed Tnthcr to legislators than
to i)'ou, except so fnr ns ono Is Justi
fied In saying hero to you that your,
womenhood will gain nothing by suf
frngo and Is losing every day In Its
dignity nnd its true Influence by the
hysterical clnmor which is employed
In tho pursuit ot this chimera."
Ilalnff , Scnlp .jTonlc.
Tho womnn who la ordeied to use a
tonic on her scalp must know how to
apply It or hv htttr will bo In worso
condition than It none woro used. Tho
Idoal mothod Is to have the tonlo
rubbed In by n hatrdrossor, but as that
la out ot the question to most woman,
the noxt bent thing Is to own either n
small oil can, such n can bo bought
for 10 cents, or n modltdne dropper,
I'ut tho tonic In either of these rocep
tachm, which nre equally good to dls
trlbutn the ll'iuld evenly on tho scnlp
without wetting the hair. Divide hair
Into strands nnd r.o over each part
carefully before1 making a new dlvls
Ion. While tho tonic Is being applied
with ono hand rub It In well with the
nnfc-er lips of the other hand.
"There were something llko 40,000
less marriages In New York Hlato dur
ing 1!08 tlmh there should have been
under normal conditions of Increase,"
writes Hlchard Maxwell NVInan In
Harper's Weekly, The author ascribes
this fact to tho new law compiling
brides and brldsgroorns to appear In
person at the City Mall In order to se
cure licenses. The publicity and Its
attendant unpleasantness have driv
en many couple to tnko ndvantnge of (
tho facilities for marriage that are
offered by ndjacent States.
Mnu filrl I.IUra,
You couldn't get n girl to confess It.
but the man she most admires I oft
en lie whose Ideas never coincide with
Ho who tells her point-blank that
he hntes to arc iwwder on her fncc.
He who never says that some other
girl looks pretty.
Ho who always appears Interested
when she airs her little tribulations.
Krrp t'lnlirelln III flood Ortlrr.
Open your umbrellas and place a
drop of oil In each Joint; now open
and close tho umbrella several time
to Insure the oil penetrating to where
It I most needed. Wipe off any upr
fluou oil, and In case some gets on
the cover, rcmoyo with gasoline, lie
peat this process In the course of a
Japanese hluo shantung Is trimmed with embroidery.
Tho sturdy little 4-year-old wear a little pale bluo cash
mere frock worked In soutache.
few week and noto how much lest
you spend on umbrellas. In tho mat
ter ot the children's umbrellas, ona
lasts ns long as three formerly lasted
beforo we thought of the above plan.
Tulr Green Poulard,
Jlordcred foulard In a delightful
shndo of green was used tor an at
tractive gown patterned after above
model. Tho yoko of bodice Is formed
ot fan plaits ot whllo silk moussellno,
with stock, tab and side pieces ot
lace. Tho bertha band and pointed
strap plccos nro made from the bor
der, which has an embroidered ring
In groeti soveral shades darker than
material. These nro edged top and
bottom with velvet ribbon in dark
green. Fancy crochet buttons aro
placed In each point. Four deop cir
cular tucka form tho blouse and tho
amo number ot tucks are used In
tops ot sleeves. The skirt la plain,
tho dotted border forming the hem.
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Mrs. Adolph Topperweln camo from San Antonio, Tex to compete In tha
Grand American handicap conducted by the Chicago Oun Club. In the pre
liminary events for the big prize th shotgun expert from the Alamo proved
that she I easily the champion woman shot of the world. She Is the only
woman who entered tho competition among the greatest amateur and pro
fessional target experts.
Since she has followed shooting as a pastime Mr. Topperweln has Im
proved her aim with each public appearance. Her best record Is 99 out of
100 thrown targets. She also holds the record of having smashed 485 out
of COO posslblo targets, but her best feat wai breaking 9C1 out of 1,000, a
feat which required four hours and thlrty-flvn minutes.
A pound of copperas and elgbt
ounces of carbolic acid to a gallon of
water will make a cheap and effective
During the past ten year the Itus
slan government has spent 944,S10,
000 on Improving old railroads and
building new ones.
llross may bo given a color resem
bling old pewter by boiling It In a
solution of cream ot tartar containing
a, small amount of chloride ot tin.
The discovery ot coal beneath the
chalk cliffs of Dover has given rise
to tbe hope that it may be found in
workable quantities elsewhere In tbe
south of England.
According to tbe estimates ot Lewis
U. 8tlll ell. presented before the
Amorlcan Institute of Electrical En
gineers, the -Niagara Falls hydro-electric
plants during the year 190S sav
ed more than a million tons ot coal,
which otherwise would have had to
be burned In order to produce an
equivalent amount ot mechanical enor
gy. During -tbe same year, says Mr.
Btlllwell, the Interborough Transit
Company In New York, by lta electric
system saved nearly a mllflon tons of
coal from the amount that would have
been consumed by locomotives. Mr.
Btlllwell has also calculated that when
the application of electric power In tho
coal mines of tho Northumberland and
Durham district of England Is com
niotort there will be a savins ot 1.760.-
000 tons of coal per year, for use else
where than at the mines.
At a recent exhibition In New York
a saw made ot vanadium steel for
wood-cutting was tried on Iron. It cut
through a twenty-penny nail with ease,
aud without lujury to tho teeth. An
Iron plpo an Inch In diameter was
easily cut with the same saw. Mr. J.
M. Flannery described the superior
work of vanadium steel tools Intendod
for metal-utuB. American tools of
this kind were tested tn comparison
with the best steel tools that could
be Obtained from abroad. The other
steels needed grinding after cuttiug 80
axles, while the American vanadium
steel worked without attention up to
400 axles. The following la said to
be the best composition for steel of
this character: vanadium, 0.33 per
cent;' tungsten, 17.81 per cent: chro
mium, 6.95 per cent; carbon, 0.682 ler
cent; manganese. 0.07 per cent; slit
con, 0.049 per cent.
I'rof, John Q. McKendrtck doubts
t& correctness ot the general belief
that when a human being Is bereft ot
one seme his other senses compensate
him by becoming more acute. Experi
mental tests, be says, show that the
blind cannot tell tbe direction ot
sounds better, or hear sounds farther,
than thoso who can see. Their sense
ot touch, too. Is no more acute. In
fact, some testa have snown It Is actu
ally Jea acute. In general, tbe senses
of the blind are, on the average, less
acute than these of persons who can
see, Professor MeKendrlck thinks
that the ability of tbe blind to And
their way about, which seems to Im
ply acuter senses, I really duo to In
voluntary concentration ot attention,
enabling them to tell direction and
to perceive air-currents and changes
of temperature which escape the at
tention ot other people.
KILL HOUSES WITH BAKLEY.
w York Htablra Mrport n Heavy
IlenlB Hate Una to IVratrrn Grain.
More work horses hate died this
year in New York and throughout tbe
East than In any previous year, and
there Is hardly a large stable In this
city which has not bad one or more
deaths since March, tbe New York
Herald says. The deaths have all been
caused by Intestinal trouble and veter
inarians attribute the prevalence of
this disease to the mixing of a very
large percentage ot barley with oats
that are shipped here from the West.
Barley Is both cheaper and heavier
than oats, which gives a larger profit
to those who mix a large quantity and
sell It for the lighter grain Ordi
narily, there la from 6 to 10 per cent
ot barley uboJ. but this year tho per
centage has run as high as 50 and 60.
Dr. James II. Ferster, of 33 G West
61st street, a veterinarian who has
charge ot horses In mauy ot the
larger stables, said last night that
there was no question, from the post
mortems that had been held, that the
excessive quantity of barley was re
sponsible for many of the deaths.
"Barley Is a very hard grain for
horses to digest," said Dr. Ferster,
"and It ferments rapidly, causing collo
and In many cases death. I know that
In tbe Wcstorn States horses nre fed
both barley and corn without Injuri
ous effect, but horses tn this climate
cannot live on that kind ot food.'
"Did you say Jaggera was a member
ot the stock exchange!"
"Buli or bearr
"Bear, I guess; at least, that's the
distinction hi home bearing seems to
enforce." Boston Courier.
Wo met a man to-day who Is hard
to please; he doesn't like cold weather
and he doeea't lke warm weather.