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be ued beforvbnud to prevent tbe doit
from rising and getllug Into the lungs
Here are a few rules that the girl
who U determined to diet doe well to
observe. There U too much trifling
wltb our digestion trjese day, and not
the least barm la done by the notion
Never diet on the advice of a friend,
fler regime may bare done wonders
for ber and will put you to bed or
make you a sorry looking wreck.
Don't diet to excess at any time.
Girls, make sure your doctors know
dietetics. Many physicians, good In
other thine, bare little knowledge of
the effect of food upon the system.
If you must diet from a cause, as
from diabetes or kidney trouble, do
It rellglou-tly. Almost better not begin
than to do It spasmodically, letting up
whenever food tempts you.
If you diet only for tbe sake of Oc
ure or complexion count the cost be
fore starting. Cutting out the foods of
ordinary family meals Is hard. Ask
yourself. "Which means most to me
tbe loss of a few pounds or being a
nuisance at mealtime?"
Don't keep on dieting If you feel that
It disagrees wltb you. This hold good
even when your food list Is carefully
censored by a physician. Tbe best of
them will make mistakes. Kind out lu
time what Is wrong.
Don't diet to excess at any time.
Women often go to tbe point of weak
ening their entire systems by Injudi
ciously following a doctor's advice.
Common sense and moderation are
good things to hold to In tbe matter of
Car of tha Fs.t.
Tbe American woman Is said to rival
tbe Chinese In tbe abuse of ber feet
nut tbe oriental woman has tbe ad
vantage over tbe occidental she wad
dles frankly, while tbe American girl
cultivates grace and eloquence of car- i
rlage In tbe narrowest of shoes, tbe
highest of heels or the most treach
erous of pumps.
Corns on tbe soles of tbe feet are
often developed by wearing shoes
which are too narrow. They can be
remored with a lotion composed of col
lodlon and salicylic acid.
Callosities made by tbe pump which
slips cau be rubbed off wltb pumice
atone, after which cold cream must be
To feet which swell easily some com
fort Is restored by a bath containing
salt and borax.
For troublesome perspiration use or
ris powder, alura water or a lotion
consisting of four ounces of bay rum
and eight grains of tannic ncld.
rtit Cur For th Hair.
Re-M cure for the hntr Is being prac
ticed by Anierkuu society women. It
requires that they give up their social
engagements for a week, but It re
wards them "Ith lustrous healthy
bntr. In addition to gtvlug thetu a
.-ounce to relax from tbe strenuous
rush of social calls. Autuiuu U the
best time for the rent cure. a. tbe hair
thins out and often gives women much
alarm. During the cure vanity com
x;ls the woineu to remain lu biding
oxcept to their most Intimate friends.
Hals and tulr structures are discard
ed. The hair Is permitted to bang
loose. Tbere are uo curls. No hat
Is worn, and the sun la permitted to
shine on the hair, glvlug It a rich lus
ter. It Is brushed frequently, and tbe
hair Is secured In colls rather than In
Juris, but as few plus as possible are
used to hold tbe colls together.
Toll.t Tsbl NcMltls.
A good face cream for removing soil.
A face powder that will protect and
not clog In the pores.
A soup free from all Impurities bet
A good null polish.
CucumlH-r or witch bniel jelly for
cbupKd hiintb) and lips.
Peroxide for removing tbe dark lines
on the neck left by bleb, tight collars.
A bag of almond meal to use In the
bath for whitening the skin.
A Good Cltsnttr.
A mixture for removing dirt from the
bands quickly, nlso for whitening and
softening the skin. Is made from melt
ed castile soap and outturn) mixed with
a little water. A few drops of per
fume may be added. If the odor of the
oatmeal Is unpleasant
A Prstty Compllmsnt
His Incessant work, his avoidance
of all rest and recreation and bis
rigorous self denial made Joseph Pulit
zer In bU days In harness the despair
of bis family.
In this connection a pretty story la
told about the famous Journalist's sou
Ralph. Mr. Pulitzer had refused to
take a holiday, and Mrs. Pulitzer ex.
"Did you ever know yonr father
to do anything because It was pleas,
"Yet, once when be married you."
tbe young roan gracefully replied.
Th Tiny Shots 8h Wanted.
"Now, madam, what size shoe will
you haver asked the salesman as
soon as be was at liberty.
"Tbe smallest and shiniest you
hare." she said.
Tbe other women buying shoes sniff
ed. And when the clerk returned with
a pair of the tiniest imaginable the
woman accepted them wltb the re
mark, "I guess baby's eyes will oen
when she sees these on ber feet."
8wplng Good Extrcli.
Sweeping exercises every muscle of
the body. It Is sufficiently vigorous
to give good exercise, ant at tbe same
time It is not so strenuous as to over
tire. A woman who sweeps doe It
regularly at certain hours of the day,
and regularity lu oxcrclic makes for
Then, again, the exercise is exercise
with a definite object In view. Tbe
mind is interested at tbe same time at
the body is employed.
' Sweeping movements ore particular.
y good for (ho lungs. The chest mus
cles tire exercised nil tbe time, and
this belps to eslahllvh deep breathing.
This naturally tends to produce u good
llgure ns welt ns n pure state of tlio
blood uud therefore a good complexion.
The old fashioned broom should be
used and not the patent carpet sweep-4tf-
T- leaves or damp bruu should
An Exclusive Lsitl. '
Grandma Why don't you piny with
that little girl across the street. Net
tle? I'm sure she's a nice girl. Net
tle (aged six) Hut, grandma, you
surely don't waut me to plity with a
girl who lives In a frame house! I only
play wltb browustone front girls, Chi
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We bring the Property Owners mid the Outside
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There's one place in lJend where you're sure to get abso
lutely the best of everything in Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, and that one place is
Wo conduct an Orderly Emporium for tho
entertainment of all encrgotic, enthusiastic
and enlightened Bend Boosters and our
selves ever eagerly encourage emigration
to this Eden of Eastern Oregon. Knockers
inoculate our entire anatomy with ennui
and, eventually, may expect to bo ejected
from our establishment. Get wise! Eh?
Only Complete Stock of
IN CENTRAL OREQON.
barb Wire at Cost.
Applicant Did I understand you to
say that you accommodate 200 per
sons at this hotel? Hotel Proprietor
No. I said this botel bnd capacity for
COO. Ilrowulng's Maguzlne. ,
Tho Fellow Next to a man what's
tho Jollloat thing you know'of j Tbe
Olrl-Myaelf. If bo's nIce.-Jllustrated
Hofore employing a fine word And a
place for it. Joubet.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTF INN
Table always supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Okkgon
Sco our window display of bottlo goods.
Wo are exclusive agents for tho famous
for all Central Orogon. Your Patronage
Miimifneturi-rs of 1 lai new
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inclining rtllOK unci HOOT
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Sale of Buggies
$115 Michigan Huggies (fcQQ CA
$100 Michigan lluggicsf
Genuine Mandt Wagons
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