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ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
The Right Way to Launder Plannala.
Cut fine a bar of good soap and
add hot water. Let it stand on tha
rang until dissolved, then add to
it a sufficient amount of tepid wa
ter to make a good aolution. If the
garment are badly soiled, allow a
tablespoonful of ammonia to two
gallona of water.
Hhake and truth the garment!,
then aoak them for fliteon minute
in the aolution. Do not rub soap
on flannels and do not rub them, aa
... . .
'iir 10 two gauons 01 waicr ior ui
luMt rinsine, as this will set the
WVh silk underwear in tho same
way; nlno wool or silk hone, wring
ing tho latter in a towel and press
ing between pieces of muslin.
For the Finger Nail.
Olive oil warmed and tho nails
sonkeil in it at night is ono of the
niont cfliciicioiis remedies known. It
prevent cracking, hardens without
thickening them and prevents hang-
nuiU nn well ns ingrowing. But by
itself olivo oil will not bo found
good to apply to the skin sweet
almond is tho best so tho olive
should bu UHed on the nails alone.
Kverv night tho nails should
well rubbed with cold cream
a the rest of the hand. It softens
this causes lliem to shrink by mat-; timfl of the'if ,ive u i t Uuian
t.ng the fiber" Jn the wool. Squeeze, cultom fJf M lh u to brt.gk
and press with the hands and when I gk Uu onjJ dUh with g iWcr dol.
cleansed press the water from them ltr 0ut immediately aftcithe
and plunge them into clear water of lgjt cRt (oqie one r ftnd
the san.o temperature. Kinso in ammed a dollar through a dish in
two waters, then put them through , the m;dJj0 of the U5le others fol
tho wnnger. Dry in a moderate ,owe(1 uit ,nd almost cvcr di((h
heat. While drying stretch them, WM brokcn Hmne fcUowi wj,0 had
into shape. When dry press with a ... 0f $5 broke four or five dighei
warm (not hot) iron. , ..' It was the greatest thing you ever
In laundering colored flannels if a anJ whcn evcr).body hkd fin.
the color run rinse until clear, al- ighcd brcakinK up lhe di.I)ef, there
lowing two tablcHpoonfuls of vino- wag 0Vfr $30(J on thfl table." Dea
the cuticle tho licsii can uc pusn- pf.nerution descendants cf tho Irish,
cd gently back and the pretty Wjth thc Itnlinng an,i othcr Catho
"inoorm" plainly seen. Only a blunt lipa tho Catholic voto of Uio city
stick of orange wood, which is chosen roachPg wPn toward 75 per cent of
on urcount of its hardness, should tho total. Mayor Fitzgerald of Bos
bo used on tho nails. If there is a ton in Collier's.
dcinHit under them, remove it with . !
tho brush or u bit of linen on tho
fingers of tho other hand, never
with a metal instrument.
One can of chloride of lime, four
1 rounds of washing soda; put the
ime into a wooden bucket; dissolve
the sodu in one ouart of hot wa
ter; when dissolved add to the lime;
.. ' ... -
men nun imim-umu im auo
of boiling water; stir contjaually
for live minutes; then let vttlo.
The lime will settle to tho bottom;
then dip the liquid out into a jug;
strain through cloth, so as not to
have tfny pieces of luno in it, as it
will bum a holo in anything it
touches. One cupful of liquid to
every two pailfuls of water in the
On buking separate crusts for
pies, prick them all over with a fork
and they will not rise from the
Tut a little ammonia in the bean
pot when you put it to soak, and it
can bo washed easily.
Add a little vinegar to the water
when boiling meat to make it ten
der. Instead of filling sticky baking
dishes with water just turn them
.upside down over a pan of hot water
vu vnu siove, inn in auurt uuw
they can be easily washed.
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To Stop No.. B ..ding.
The nose bleeds either from in-
jury or congestion. One remedy
.which is successful in many cases is
ito hold the arms high above the
head until tho bleeding stops. If
this does not stop tho bleeding,
bold a piece of ico or a cloth dip
aped in cold water and wrung out
(tight between the shoulder blades
and the back of tho neck. Frequent
Weeding of tho noso is a sign of
anaemia, and the child thus afflicted
ahould bo placed under the doctor's
caro at once.
Cur For Smoky Lamps.
A euro for a smoky lamp, provid
ed the smokincss is not caused by
Vlirt or any defect, is to place a tea
apoonful of vinegar in the bowl with
(the oil. This will do much to im
prove mo ngni, masing n cicar ana
brilliant, and will also do away with
the unpleasant smoke and odor. .
prove tho light, making it clear and
v Instead of beating upholstered
ifuraituro on its own coverings lay
fbick cloths or towels over the stuff -
d parts. Tho thick clouds of dust
that are bound to ariso instead of
Hying into the room will go into the
jtowola, which may be shaken out at
Excellent gruel for the sickroom
Is made as follows: Boil eggs till
thard enough to grate; then boil
jgood milk and thicken it with the
grated egg, adding a little salt. This
is excellent if the patient is nauseated.
FUN IN BREAKING DISHES.
"You ought to see one of those
Russian weddings at the mining
eamps' said A. Sykora, a musician,
recently. "The laat one I played at
was at Carbondsle. A Rusaian min
er, who had Wen here about a year,
married a Ituatian girl who had been
here about two months. Of course
the wedding was a typical Rusaian
affair. 1 played for sixteen hours.
The celebrations lasted three days,
and of all the feasts and drinking
I never saw the like. All the min-
mm In stn m r M ATwt aI inn hitl in A
w a w j vassal ir t a mia va
Moines Register and leader.
Boston an Irish City,
lioston is proportionately the
mont Irish city in America. It has
also more folic of Irish descent in
it tlinn Dublin, tho chief city of
Ireland. An Irishman can bo count
ed on to vote. Of the vote of Bos
ton politicians claim that CO per
cent is Irish. There is no approach
to such a proportion among the
p-eater cities of the United States
or 8ny other city 0f irjsh nonulat-
ed New England. Boston, besides,
is ono of the most foreign cities of
the country, somewhat less so than
Chicago, but just about the equal of
Viur VnrV Of aliinf f.f.l nflrt rwn-
plo in 1900 only Ag,000 were of
native nnrertT Arri unit nt onnt on.
hnlf of thesc were tlirj or fojrth
A Word For tho Young. tt.
It is never safe to generalize from
incomplete data, but a New York
physician has drawn some interest
ing conclusions from an examina
tion of tho lives of seventy-four
great men and women. In a paper
read beforo tho international con
gress on psychiatry, or mental dis
eases, tho physician, a woman, said
that comparatively few geniuses
were the firstborn of their parents
in fact on.y ten of tho scventy-
four whom ehe conBdercd were the
In many cases the
genius of the family has been tho
youngest. Coleridge was the last
of thirteen children, Washington
Irving the last of eleven, Franklin
the youngest son in a family of sev
enteen and the youngest son of the
youngest son of several generations,
Daniel W ebster and Wagner the last
of seven, Rembrandt the sixth and
Schumann the last of five. Youth's
As the business world knows,
Henry II. Rogers, the "gTay eagle"
of the Standard Oil company, is the
worn enemy of competition. His
is one of the iron hands that have
crushed competition in the oil in
dustry. An old friend tells a. rhr-
acten6tic story of the oil baron'a at-
fctude in such matters,
Roge and this friend, so the lat-
ter says, were out walking when
they came to a prosperoua looking
roanufacturing. establishment. The
frjcnd remarked: "I have been try
ing to get hold of that plant and
can't. What would you do ?'
Rogers looked the building over
a minute and said:
"Build a plant next door and put
him out of business; that's all.
The Belgians have the well estab
lished reputation of having a bound
less love of decorations. On the
faith of chroniclers more or less se
rious it is believed abroad that in
this country every one's buttonhole
is adorned with a ribbon of some
sort. Statistics, however, show that
from 187C to 1900 that is to say,
in twenty-five years foreign orders
. -nor i
were conferred on 6 285 Be gians.
Infa population of 7,000 000 that is
not excessive. Portugal, with 601
decorations, has during this period
hown hersel generous to-
w.ar our compatriots Great Brit-
m .has decorated four Belgians
JuTr," tcr of a century.
L'Independanco Beige, Brussels.
Ral Cauio of Colda.
Tho fact that colds are more com
mon in winter than in summer is
not due simply to the lower temper
ature. It is mainly becauso people
spend less of their time in the open
air. Dreading the chilly air, they
remain indoors, the health is pro
portionately lowered, and they take
cold easily. London Cassell'a Sat
KMal Catarrh quickly ylM to trU
Bwmt hr tho agrAMljU, aromatic Ely's
Otwn Blm. It Is rocoivM thronyh tha
Dotrll anil cWnin stl b-l tha wliolo
surface orer wblca It dlffo luMf. I'rng.
ftinU U the 6p. abut. Teit It an! Ton
ro aura to ooutlnoo tbo treatment till r
To arooinmoiliita thooo win ara prtUl
to tha um of atomism la applying liquid
Into tha tmnal tHuwm Vtt ettlnrrhnl irnu.
bit, tha proprietor prouuro Crim Halm in
Haul 1 form, whlrh will m known Mr'
iimil l Crmim iJalm. I'rir Im lti'linu th
aprnyina tulo I 75 ciits. Dmninto or hj
mull. Tho liquid fono rm'NHitra moi-
IoIuaI vroptnlf of tli aolnl prepartUon.
The Weekly Chronicle
Tha Twy vMkhy Howipaaor
publlah4 U tkw aodra Wml
$1.50 a Year
Timlin pmUjh ta aay ln of tWa
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It la Wial boosuM, betidai
printing all tha news of tho world
aroh ik In an In eretilnf way
and lull) lllumriilnr many
irilolan. tt naa apaoial
mr iii dovotod to
Thoaa ara preaidad
d'tors harlnj a thoroufh knowi
edr of their apeolaitles. Tho
,ia(ti devotad to Agr ouitura.
Hsitiou.tuM, Poultry and Liv
t'sck ara wall litua'raled and
H. rti with mattar of tha rrratoat
Interest to all aafd la theaa
in luKrla. evory I loo balaj
n!t'n by thoa who a-ra In cloao
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Showing tho Uattad Stataa, Da
m'r.lon of Canada aad Northara
Mexico aa aata alda. MAP OP
THE WOKLD, araaeatljif to vlrw
lu toa ooattnuM map, wltk all
a'ata in tra arapoiHem, tha ta
Bra aurtaoo of afc Earth aai tha
tjM ttw Maa and
i sr oa rar.
The Dairy End Mtp
Mm aiiin ai p4
Only &t5 a Yi
e 1 r I '"ell
The Fanner's Wife
b very careful about her churn. She
scalds It thoroughly after using;, and fives
It a sun bath to sweeten Ik She knows
that If her churn Is sour It will Ulnt the
butler that Is made In It Tha stomach ts
a churn. In tha stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts ara performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is It not apparent
then that u this stomach-chum la foul It
makes foul all which Is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach la not alono
the bad taste la the mouth and tha foul
breath caused by It, but tha corruption of
tha pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of dlteaae throughout tha body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes tha sour and foul stomach sweet.
It does for the stomach what tho washing
and sun bath do for the churn absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
ores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste Id
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or dlstres In stom
ach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of them. Indicate that you are
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with tho usual accompanying Indi
gestion, or dypisia and their attendant
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
If you will but mall a pnetal card request
to ur. it. v. fierce, liutiaio, J, x., lor i
free copy of his booklet of eitracts frorr
tha standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the InKrodlenta entering
Into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent medical men
of tho acte say of them.
standard medical authorities, giving
Subacrlbolfor Tho Lake County Ex
aminer, lf.you want tbo newa.
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
la quick I absorbed,
Civet Ruiiet at Once.
It cluauseH, soothes,
heubj aud protects
lue Ulsuuseu iiiem
brane resulting from Catarrh and drives
away a Gold in the Head quickly. Restores
the Bunsua of Taste and BmelL Full size
50 eta. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
Oreum lialiu for use in atoiuizera 75 ots.
Lly Brothers, 66 Warreu Btrjet, New York.
Use Leafiag fa per gl the
, 142 Ces4
1 ho r(;f (renf Vnnwn t me1ipl ii.
enTv 7it ' " "W iVIBf I Tii' above svriiptonia
ana roiulitmns, litr.sli-dng lUu rTtrnjTt
all the soviTaTsjniiKlsuf nieiiiraJ non-lire,
coml.lm-d In Or rierrffi''""''
DiiicftUirv That this is ebsoli
S. F. AHLSTROW,
The best Vaqvos.-zl
die on the market.
e AIno a complete line of wago
and hKK7 harm, whlo
robes, rlatait, bits, spurs,
iiulrts, roaet U-n, In fnetevt-ry
tbloK to the line of carrloge
nn1 tiorae fumlnhlngs. Ile
pulrlg by compctente mn.
RECTED IN IO00
P P LIGHT
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to our
health, is the one on which we be
came acquainted with Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the painless puriHers that
cure headache and biliousness, and
keep the bowels right. 25c at Lee '
Keall's Drug Store.
ECZEMA and PILECURE
f REE Knowinjf what It was to suf
fer. 1 will give FREE OF CHARGE,
to any a til lc ted a positive cure forj
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Piles and Skin Disease. Instant re-
llf linnt .ntlor lnimp Wplta P. W
WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Avenue,
New York. Enclose Staniq.
J. II. Cutter whiskey at the Dote
Lakevlew bar. The best and purest
whiskey made. tf. I
The Examiner prints township plats,
and makes them into books to order, tf
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
ever made in Lake County, and every Deed given.
In transcribing the records we have found numerous t
mortgages recorded in the Deed record, and not indexed; and
many deeds are recorded in the Mortgage record and . other
books. Hundreds cf mortgages and deeds are not indexed
at allj and ate most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors:
Others cannot find them. We have spent hundreds of dollars hunting i p j
thesc errors, and we can guarantee our work. j
J. D. VENATOR, Manager. :
i a, "
! FarmerB. have yor butter wrap-
' pera printed at The Kxamlne orqce,
, irwtead of hhihIIiik awny for them.
Tou keep your money nt home, and
patronize them that fjitronize you,
oeeiileB, you nee what you are gefc
Mug and dou't have to pay for it if
it dornn't ult you tt
Bearsthe 9 H Haw Always Bag
The Examiner baa a supply of flrs
( t A.. 1 J
ciBa ouner wrapper paper on uiua
now, at the following prices: For 500
wiappers, printed, $2.5, for 1000
printed H.bO tt
K. F. Ablstrotu, the saddler, has re
ceived a new shipment of gloves, the
best in the market If yoo wan
i gloves good ones call at be Ahl
Strom Harness Shop, m Mtf
A COMPLETE RECORD
e have made an entire transcript of all Records in Lake County,
which, in any way, affect Real Property in the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
Blue prints of any town
ship in the Lakevicxf
Land District can be had
by applying to the under
signed., All work up to
date. Checkings matte
from the Land Of
fice Records at the time
the prints are made, worfc
neatly and promptly
W. W. Snider.
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