Henry Fawcett, says Sir Ed ward
Ruasell, had an extraordinary memory
for persons. One night Sir" Edward
was In the House of Commons, to hear
a debate, under the gallery.
A friend Introduced him to Mr. Faw
cett, who, learning why he was there,
“Oh, then you can look after my old
father, and tell him who the people
are. He Is going under the gallery, too."
Three or four years later, Sir Edward
was presented to Mr. Fawcett, who
was then chief guest at a political din
ner, and said to him, In “the usual
“I once had the pleasure of being in
troduced to you, Mr. Fawcett, but It’s
a long time ago.”
“I remember,” said be, "you very
kindly looked after my father under
ithe gallery at the House.”
.•And this was the memory of a man
Bits of Femininity.
Yellow lingerie is quite the latest
Shaped flounces are once more in
Nine out of ten of the new tailor
frocks Include the waistcoat.
Leather belts aro now made circular
either of patent leather or suede.
Fashion counsels flat lines over the
shoulder, if you would be smart
A sign of this year’s shirt waist Is a
shallow, stiff cuff fastened with a row
of three buttons.
The newest bolero for everyday la
■cut with a belt that fastens it snugly
to the figure, the front of the garment
being left free.
Delicately painted bolting cloth or
•mousseline Is much used for waists,
A scallop finish Is at once smart, and
simple for everything, from a boulord
to a challlo or wash gown.
Sleep Changes the Verdict.
Th© Jury in a recent law suit unanimously
ngreed upon tho verdict, scaled It and went
borne to bed. After sleeping over It, they dis
agreed the next morning. This shows ths
power of sleep to strengthen the human mind.
Those who are troubled with insomnia should
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Dissim ulati on.
“Yes,” replied the beautiful Geraldine
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nobody suspected, 1 talked so like sixty.—
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Tutnam Fadeless Dyes aro fast to
sunlight, washing and nibbing. Bold by
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Chr stinn. don’t u?
Ethel—No. eii’4 I’d rather sing in the
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The Dawes Mare.
The Pittsfield (Mass.) Journal re
ports a remarkable instance of animal
sagacity. As the instance occurred in
a well known locality and is vouched
for by local authorities, It must be ac
cepted as true. The story concerns an
old mare, formerly the property of ex-
Senntor Dawes, but now belonging to
a stable in Pittsfield. The “Dawes
mare,” as she Is called, is used on the
station baggage wagon.
One icy day recently the old mare
fell twice in the course of the fore
noon’s work. At noon she was unhar
nessed and sent to the stall for her
feed. She Is never hitched. At 1
o’clock, when It was time for another
trip to the station, she was not In the
stable, and no trace of her was found
until about 3 o’clock, when she walked
in unattended, and took her place in
the stall, as if nothing had happened.
Then It was noticed that she had
been newly shod. Inquiry disclosed
the fact that the sagacious animal, af
ter eating her dinner, had gone to the
blacksmith’s shop and waited her turn.
Supposing that some stable hand had
sent her in there the blacksmith sharp
The name of the Dawes mare de
serves a place in the annals of equine
Intelligence is that of a horse who
knew what to do and did it.
Great Britain loses more than $50,-
000,OvO worth of property annually by
Do Your Feet Ache and Burn ?
Shake into your shoes Allen’s Foot-Ease, a
powder for the feet. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. Cures Corns, Bunions,
Swollen, Hot, Smarting and Sweating Feet
and Ingrowing Nails. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores, 25 ets. Sample sent FREE.
Address Aden S. Olmsted, Leßoy, N. Y.
Mrs. Peck—You know very well, Henry,
that I’m a woman of few words.
Henry—True, my dear; but the few are
shamefully overworked.—Chicago News.
The Best Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove’s Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It Is simply iron and quinine In
a tasteless form. No cure—no par. Price 50c.
Not Quite Under Way.
Maud—Well, summer is really here, isn’t It?
Nellie—We—ell, I’ve only been enjraged
three times so fail—New York World.
Plso’s Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and cold*.—N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove. N. J.. Feb. 17, 1900.
The eye ought not to be drugged
except under the special
care of a physician.
Mitchell’s Eye Salve
use of pungent drugs unnec
essary and saves you from all
the inconvenience and danger
of that painful treatment.
Price 25 cents. All druggists.
HALL & RUCKEL,
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Planlalion Chill Cure is Guaranteed
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Skirt, for Summer Wear.
Women who have delighted In the
tight-fitting skirts, with no fullness In
either the back or the front, may as
well make up their minds at once to
be sadly disappointed In the most ultra
summer modes. For the tight-fitting
skirt Is no longer deemed elegant.
Yokes, shirred, tucked and smocked,
are the limited effect of tightness. In
fact, even when a yoke t* used It ot-
Jcn runs only to the back, or rather
sides of the back, where gathers are
Introduced. Skirts are very full and
long at the hem and are not tied back.
To keep them down firmly weights are
sewed In the foundation. One model
shows fullness at each side of a nar
row front breadth. Some of the skirts
are shirred down In a point, others are
shirred only twice straight around.
Most of the skirts are gored, but there
are skirts made of straight widths,
shirred and tucked Into the waist line.
A skirt stitched in small tucks all
around the upper portion, except di
rectly in front. Is modish. A skirt
with a yoke, possibly of lace, is gath
ered quite full all around, while a
similar model is laid in shallow pla’ts
about the front and gathered In the
back. Cloth skirts are made quite
plain In the front, but all of the latest
models have some fullness In tho back
and they are not confined. In any one
plait, but several In quite a broad ef
fect. Many of the thin skirts are so
full that they suggest hoops. Thin
fabrics are shirred about the hips or
tucked. A charming model is lined in
inch tucks at the front and back,
which run to the line of the knee,
where they fly out and muffle about
the feet. In the backs are gathers.
Some of the Importers suggest that
before the summer has gone ruffled
and frilled skirts will be in vague.
An Effort to Explain.
A gentleman who had engaged an
Intelligent French maid was at work
in his library at one end of his house,
when it struck him, from certain
sounds, that something must be wrong
in the drawing-room, at the other end
of the house. So he rang his bell,
and the maid came.
“What are those cries that I seem
to hear in the direction of the draw
ing-room, Marie?” he asked.
“I do not precisely know, monsieur,”
she answered. “At one time I sink it
is madame who sing, and at anozzer
time I am sure it Is ze cat and ze dog
who fight, monsieur!”
Are You Itchy?
If so, someth with your
skin. Ask your druggist for Tetterine,
and you can cure yourself without a
doctor for 50 cents. Any skin disease,
ringworm, eczema, salt rheum, etc. Or
send 50 cents in stamps for box prepaid
to J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. Try
EXTENSIVE HAIR CUT.
Some Forty Thousand Sheep Being Shorn
al New Brighton, Minn.
Nineteen professional sheep shearers
Have begun shearing 40,000 sheep at
New Brighton. The task will keep
them busy for over a month. The men
use specially designed power instru
ments and they will each draw from
$7 to $lO per day.
The trusting sheep are enticed Into
pens where they are at the mercy of
the shearers who are paid toy the piece
and consequently work with all pos
sible speed. The up-to-date shearing
instrument operates on the same plan
as a barber’s hair clipper, and makes
a clean sweep of several inches in its
trips back and forth across the body
of a sheep. The most skillful shearers
work the clippers aleng the body of
the animal with great dexterity and
as they proceed the wool falls away
In a solid bunch as thought the animal
had been skinned Instead of shorn.
When the clipper has finished Its
work the wool lies on the floor In a
bundle, the naked and Indignant sheep
scampers away, and a man with a
hand-car goes up and down the long
row of operators ansi gathers up the
wool, takes it to the packing room,
where it Is tramped down into large
burlap bags, which, wiien filled weigh
about 335 pounds each.
The men are paid from 7 to 9 cents
per head for the sheep sheared, and
125 is a good day’s work, although
there are men who claim to have
sheared as many as 250 sheep In a
day. When the 40,000 now at New
Brighton have all been deprived of
their wool the band of shearers will
move on westward, the most Industri
ous of them finally ending up in Ne
vada and California, where there are
single ranches with as many as 300,-
'OOO sheep belonging to one man. From
there they will come up through the
south to Minneapolis, whence they will
start out to cover the circuit again
next March.—Minneapolis Journal.
Byou8 you have already discovered that
cts and washes will not cure ■
esc eruptions on your face.
They may cover bp and sup- |||
press, but" tkey cannot re- |||
ove. Rashes, boils, salt-rheum, |||l
les, hives, eczemc, tetter, etc., Ma
surface indications of a deeper
is,— how to make bad blood
of all these impurities in your H|
the answer.— a perfect Sarsa
irilta, such as you can buy at
r: it must be a perfect one. 9
.nd it differs widely in every O
nder the personal supervision oi |||
; in pharmacy, a graduate in
aduate in medicine.”
Is. I was treated by a number of phy- gra
ed many kinds of patent medicines, but E2S
Sarsaparilla I got hold of the right thing, kBH
P. Crouse, Attica, N. Y.
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To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c.
Cause and Effect.
“What a bore that man Isl”
“He never bores m*.”
“Why doesn’t he?”
“Whenever I ?>ee him coming I’m in a great
hurry to catch a streetcar.”—Chicago Record.
You Will Never Know
what good ink is unless you use Carter’®. It
eoats no more than poor ink. All dealers.
Tommy—Pop, why do singers eat tar drops?
Tommy’s Pop—To give their voices a proper
pitch, I suppose.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup for‘children
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion. allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle.
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous
ness after first day’s use of Dr. Kline’s Great
Nerve Restorer. trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. R. H. Kline, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
A. M. Priest, DruggHt, Shelbyville, Ind.,
says: “Hall’s Catarrh Cure give* the best of
satisfaction. Can get plenty of testimonials,
as it cures everyone who takes it.” Druggists
sell it, 75c.
Tommy—“ Pop, what is a diplomat?”
Tommy’s Pop—“A diplomat, my
son, is a man who can live with his
mother in-law without seeking a di
vorce from his wife.”—Philadelphia
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