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Sensible Advice to Wo
ne by 3rs. E. Sailer.
,*Si Do Mss. Pn+trAn:-When I
tbrough what is known as
bhano of life,' I had two years' suf
:e -ng,-sudden heat, and as quick
- would pass over me ; my appetite
was variable pad I never could tell for
* '~'~ - ~Zqes,Cal.
day-at time ho* I would feel the
libzt day. Five bottles of Lydia E
fim's Vegetable Comon31
ehange4 all that, my days became days
of health, andI have en joyed every dgy
since-now six years.
" We have used considerable of yor
Vegetable Compound in our charitable
work, as we find that to restore apoor
. mother to health so she can support hr
self and those dependent upon her, if
such there be, is truer charity than to
give other aid. You have my hearty
endorsement, for you have proven
yourself a true friend to suffering w6
men."-Mss. E. SAIra, 7563 Hill St.,
Los Angeles, CaL-5ooo forfeIt if abe tee.
tnom"ist Iset geuine.
No other person can give such
helpful advice to women who
are sick as can Mrs. Pinkham,
for no other has had such great
experience-her address is Lynn,
Mass., and her advice free-if
you are sick write her-you are
foolish If you don't.
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Here is a very surprisng trick, a
It is. calculated to create much aston
ishment. Before the-company.assem
bles place a fine black silk thread
from one side of the room to the other,
about six feet from the floor. Do not
have too much light. First wa,e a
handkerchief through the air and drop
it gently on the line, continuing to'
make mysterious passes. Borrow a
fan and fan the kandkerchief until it
falls to the ground. You next saspend
a light cane in the same manner. After
performing the last .trick be sure to
break the thread, so 'tbat the com
pany will not detct your hidden
HIS Phonetlo Understanding.
"The gravity which is supposed to
attend all court proceedings was seri
ously disturbed in a New York court
room one day last week," said a young
lawyer who had just returned from a
business trip to that city. "I was pres
ent at the trial of a case before one
of the municipal judges-a case in
which I was interested because it had
to do with automobiles. - One of the
witnesses was a German, and gave his
testimony -through an interpreter. In
the course of the examination he said
he had driven an automobile to Cedar
"'What's that?' asked the judge.
"'To Cedarhurst,' replied the in
"His honor looked puzzled.
"'What did he want to see the
hearse for?' he asked."
ft's a good rule that works your
way all the time.
A good woman's children rise up
and call her blessed after they are
married off ,and ,can't get back home
more than once every four or five
The way of the transgressor may be
hard, but that of his victim is gener
ally a little worse.
Some of the people who talk so
much are merely trying to keep the
, orld from finding out that they have
li.te to say.-Philadelphia Record.
A Geographical Novelty.
The point where Utah, Colorado, Art.
zona and New Mexico- touch each othez
Is called the four corners. This fact Is
not a strange one, but when we come
to find that is the only place where
four states or territories point, we find
that this spot is in some ways a unique
one. Not only is this the only place in
the United States where such a junc
tion occurs,but it is the only one of its
kind in the world. This statement
seems a broad one, but a short study of
the maps of an atlas will show that it
"s correet, and, more than that, that at
30 other place In the United States.do
more than two state corners touch each
That is the best part of beauty wh*eh
Sa picture cannot epress.-Bacon.
, short, or ,
OADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
r shells, because they are made
inery with the standard brands of
them and you will be convinced.
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LE WALL COATING
Kalsomines are temporary,
ot, rub off and scale.
nd other disease germs areI
nurured and disiases dissem
inated by wall paper.
should be used in renovating
nd disinfecting all walls.
W, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Small crops, unsalable veg
etables, result from want of
Vegetables are especially
fond of Potash. Write for
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93 Nassau St., New York.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hal-'s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cszxsi & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have knownF. JChe
ney for the last 15 years, and believe hit= r
fectly honorable in all business trasatons
and financially able to carry out any obligar
tion made by their firm.
WEST & Tauax,Wholesale DruggIs0,Toledo,
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, set
ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price, 75c. per be
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Ask Tur Dealer For Allen's Foot
A powder to shake into yourshoes; rests
feet. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen,
Hot, Callous, Aching. Sweating Feet
growing Nails. Allen's Foot-Ease mak
or tight shoes easy. At all din
shoe stores. 25 cents. Sample m
Address Allen S. Olmsted, RLeoy,
Sixty United States naval v
now being constructed.
FITSpermanently cured. No fits
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kli'%
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There is one titled personage
?00 commoners in Russia..
All goods are alike to -Ptn:ra
;)zs, as they-color all fibers at
,old by-all druggists.
There is something wrong
a small boy refuses a second
I do not believe Piso's Caret.
'.ion has an equal for coughs afft
F. Borza, Trinity Springs, Ind,
Cancer causes 4251 destha
But Tetterine enres it, 3
Tetter for twentY.
only thing that does'ie
-A. J. Crane, Crane, Mlss. 50e. a - b
mail from J. T. Shuptrnine, Savannah, Ga.,!)
your druggist don't keep It.
The man who says he has never dont
anything to be ashamed of has never done
Tyners Dyspepsia Remedy is a liquid
preparation and knocks all tablets out. It
cures Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Vertigo, Full
ness of Stomach, Headache. 50e. Druggists.
It doesn't take a dentist to hurt one's
Not So Unfortunate.
No harm was done, It is reported,
to the submarine boat Fulton by Its
accidental trip to the bottom, but the
incident is unfortunate, because of the!
undue Importance which will be at
tached to It by people who know little
more about such craft than that their
history hitherto has been composed
chiefly of fatalities.' Yet what happen
3d to the Fulton might have happened
to any boat of her size and h. 'terial,
aven though It was not intended for
under-water navigation. Instead of ll
lustrating the peril to which the Ful
ton's passengers will be subjected, It
simply showed that the Fulton, when
filled with water in circumstances
which could not occur with her train
ed crew on board, will go to the bot
tom and stay there. An ordinary tor
pedo boat would have done the same
thing, and nothing was proved ex
cept that the Fulton will not float
when full of water, a fact which was
perfectly well known before. It re
mains true, however, that submarine
navigation Is dangerous business at
best, and that the object of the invent
ors is to minimize the danger, there
being little chance of removing it alto
The Future of Hogarth's House.
The purcnaser of Hogarth's House,
Lieutenant Colonel Shipley of Grove
House, Chiswick, who announces hIs
intention of preserving It as "one of
the landmarks of the parish," will be
remembered as the victim in the
"Shipway Pedigree Case," which at
tracted so much attention some 'time
ago. The peculiarly audacioty swindler
whom he had innocently employed to
elucidate h:s pedigree and to prove his
claim to an old coat-of-arms, forged
his evidence as he went along, and
managed to obtain considerable sums
of money before he was found out
G A NTT'S
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MACON, - GEORGIA.
J.-T. GA1NTT. Proprietor
ACTA ED TO INSANITY
woman e of a Millionaire and
l'r4mi cicy-Yer 31ind I:nd
Ee d For Zears-Huband
Ab eu me of the Shooting
She 14 er Boy.
Pough N. Y.-Insane io:
years, nly her husband .nd
her phy alpong all who knew
her susn t the wife of a A. Ed
ward To e multi-millionaire iron
master, wholly mad, shot het
son aid led herself.
Accor Coroner Selfr,dge's er
.plana Tower went to Let
son m and emptied a five
chum er into his body. He
was "d on the floor just in.
side of his room. Mrs,
To parently sat down on v
be oining room, and witi
er shot herself.
as not at home at the
:heard .the shots and
Srhe ii,to the rooi
b was. Mr. Tower
iined, but wher
th ~ Tower and hel
hp gently goe:
He ws there in- thi
Tr, Tower and he:
the boy playlni
osed and cheer
ed' the future pros
After ,the guest lef
ned several time
come iome. - One
Abett, who hai
ess. She retirei
'fterward the set
by. ten or twelv
he only' outer
r reed th
"d aund th
t, and on
t in thi
tthe snmillers on the
Ers. 3KeEinley Favored.
granting Mrs. McKinley
pen $5000 a year was favorab,
re om the Committee on 1
-ai sions of the House of Re
rese 'hs at Washington.
To.robe "Water-Cure" Toxture;
The 'water cure" torture 'of Fl
pinos 'till be investigated by the Se
ate Phiiippines Committee, at WVas
ington. All persons now in the Uh
t.d States known to have knowled
on the subject will be summoned
Insane Woman's Act.
Mrs.3sheppard R. Bucey,, wife of t
assistait cashier-of the American 18
tional 3ank, at Everett, Wash., kill
her -4gshand, their four-year-old s
.and heiself' in a fit of Insanity.
- IlEanila Editors Arrested.
Three editors-and managers of t
.reedon, newspaper, at Manila, ha
en arrestegI on the charge of pt
lishing h. seditious attack on the ci
government.''lgae Press Club resolv
to appjal to President Roosevelt
cable against, the operations oft
I an S rand allOut.
matlie'lations *ith Italy because 1
latter 'nted an anarchist sheet pro
cuted ut reftised to make a fora
Ameriean Quits Egyptian Tribunal.
Anthony M. Keiley, who for1
past sixteen years has representedi
United States on the Internatio:
Tribunal in Egypt, has resigned. I
resignation is .directed to the Kihed
of Egypt, wh.o makes the appoi
mnents to the Tribunal upon the no:
nation of the Powers party to
agreement of 1876.
Dominican Rebellion Crushed.
The Dominican Government1
crashed the rebellion which broke
on the south coast recently. Sc
ringleaders escaped to Haiti, but otlh
were made prisoners.
Admiral Farquhar Retired.
Rear-Admiral Norman H. Farqul
U. S. N., has been retired. His ret
ment promotes Captains Joseph
Coghan and James 11. Sands to
France and Venezuela.
The Venezuelan Parliament has
fed the p)rotocol re-establishing di
matic relations between France
Canegie Gives Cincinnati 5lso,OO(
Andrew Carnegie has given Cin
ati, Ohio, $180,000 for public
aries in the suburbs.
I t ese progressive days Fortune
longer knocks at a mans door.
smply touches the e&ctric button,
atodo the rest.
Average Cona Teport=d by
the Agricult Departmert.
A Wheat Crcp of 416.000,000 ehels
Indicatetd-Condition oni April 1
Placed at 78'M.
Washi'tgte:, D. C.-The April -repor
e the Sfatis-le:tn of. the Departmenlt
of Agriculture shows the av:'age cu
dition' or winter whear on April 1 to
have been 78.1, against 91.7 on April
1, 1901; $2.1 at the corresponding date
in 1000, -and 82.4 the mean of the April
averages of the last ten years. The
averages of the priripal States are
as follows: Pennsylvania. 82: Ohio,
77; Miehi an. S:": Indiana. Si; Illinois,
90; Teinnessee. GU; Teias. 72; Kansas,
73; Missouri, 91; Nebraska and Call
for ia. each 93, and Oklahoma, 67.
average condition of winter rye
on ril 1 was 85.4, against 93.1 on
Ap;1 1, 1901: 84.8 at the correspond.
ing date in 1900, and 88.1, the mean of
the April averages of the last ten
years. The averages in the principal
States are as follows: New York. 92;
Pennsylvanip, 85: Ohio, 82; Michigan,
91; Indiana, 90; Illinois, 94, and Kan
New York City.-The Government re
port indicates, accoroing to the figures
of Statistician Brown, of the New
York Produce Exchange. a crop of
1416.000,000 bushels of winter wheat.
This estimate is on a basis of thirteen
bushels an acre, and compares with the
December estimate of 457,600,00
bushels, which was on a basis of 14.1
bushels an acre. The aereage in boil
cases was the same, 32,000,000 acres.
The April, 1901. estimate on winter
wheat was 457,258,000 bushels. Thie
Government has made no official re
port on the last winter wheat harvest,
as it has desired to check its figures
by those of the census report.
ARRIVAL OF MISS STONE.
She Considers the Turkish Govermnenl
Besponsible For Her Abduction.
New York City.-Plump, sunburned
and smiling, Miss Ellen M. Stone, the
American missionary who was for sis
months a r":ptive In the mountains o1
Bulgaria, and who was ransomed by
the payment of $65,000, fairly rat
e down the gangplank leading from the
steamship Deutchland, and was wel
MISS 1IT-T2t X. STONE.
comed by dozens of friends who ha
been several hours waiting for he:
She had been met at quarantine by lie
a brother. Charles A. Stone, and D:
y Henry 0. Dwight, and when she die
. embarked she was quite ready to tal
3to newspaper men. She showed a
once that she considered the Tairkis
Government responsible for he
i. The ransomed missionary went t
- her mother's home in Chelsea. Mas:
- She did not know whether or not sh
ii would ever return to Bulgaria, but sal
e that she was ready to do so.
o Albert Santos-Dumont also arrive
on the Deutschland. He comes 1
discuss plans for an exhibitionc
aerial navigation with the manager
e of the St. Louis Exposition. He pre
a. diets that within ten years he will fi
d across the ocean In his own airship.
NEGRO NJILLIONAIRE'S ODD WILL
& Presbyterian, He Leaves a Fortune1
Found Catholic Orphan Asylumn.
e Philadelphia, Pa.-Colonel 3'ohn M1
e Kee, the negro whose property is va
- ed at $2,500,000, bequeathed near]
lhis entire estate in trust to Archbish<
d Ryan for the founding of a college f
y'white and negro orphan boys, simil:
lie to that of the Stephen Girard ins1
tution in this city.
Colonel McKee for lifty-eight yea:
had been a meaniber of the PresLi
lo- terian Church, and the fact that h
he daughter and six other heirs.were e
se- off wit! but $300 a year and membe
al of the Roman Catholic Church ma<
executors of his will and trustees
the college has caused a proifound se
sation. The heirs will contest on t.
he ground of undue Influence.
-he After the death of Mrs. A. A.
al Syphax, to whom $300 a year is give
is and when that amount has been<
ive vided between her five sons, the ci
a-lege, so the will provides, is to be bu
*i on his vast estate, ten miles from ti
e city. _________
UNWELCOME HiUC COSTS ONE CEN
's Jury Fixes the Price of Surreptitic
utLovemaking in Kentucky.
re Louisville, Ky.-A jury decided th
r an unwelcome hug constitutes damag
to the sum of one cent, and accordil
ly rendered judgment in that amou
against Rtichar- Langan, . who ~
ar, sued by Mrs. lizie Cecil for forci
ire- his affections upon her.
B. Langan is the landlord of Mr. a
be Mrs. Cecil. -He went to the Ct
home and made himself agreeable.]
placed hi~ arm around Mrs. Cec:
. waist. Ingan swore that he mer<
i . brushedky her. -.
d ~ut to Pieces by Filipinos.
FifV ladrones attacked five memb
of ~e constabulary of Sarseg
-Sou&east Luzon, P. I., captured th
in- of -them, and, after treating the e
lib- tires with hideous barbarity, cut tL
Into small pieces.
Cecil Rhodes Buried.'
The burial of Cecil Rhodes t<
nc placea yon the Matoppo Hills,
She RhodesIta. Native rites were perfori
daround the rock tomb after the Bisi
nof Mashonalanid had conducted
church service. .. .
"There's a train at 4.04," said Miss Jenny.
"Four tickets I'll take. Have you any."
iaid the man at the door,
. "Not four for 4.04,
fo .or 4.04 are too many."
. -Chicago Tribune.
Only a Suggestion.
.orus-"Give m' a rhyme for 'civil,'
I am writing a poem."
Naggus-"Try 'drivel.' "-Chicago Tri
Sick and Well.
"Don't you think Miss Smith talks
"Awfully. But I should think she'd
talk herself sick."-New York World.
Hook-"What's the matter 'th
Scribbler's new p.ay? Doesn't It
Nye-"No; It drags."-Philadelphia
One Man's View.
"Do you believe in leve at first sight,
"Sure. If more men took a closer
look they wouldn't fall in love."-Phila
se isU _Boy's ConclusIon.
Tommy-"Isn't the house dog a
dog for the house?"
Tommy-"Then isn't a flatfish a fish
for the flat?"-Judge.
She-"Didn't I tell you never tc
darken my door again?"
Weary-"Well, I ain't. rm cum tc
de winder dis time!"'-New York Jour
His Estimate of Human Nature.
"That man indignantly spurns yoUa
offer," said the assistant. "He say&
you aretrying to bribe him." -
"It's pIinful," murmured eat'
So _n .a tone of resignat~Ci "E
thousand dollars more."-WshingSton -
"I beg your pardcn," said the Inqui
;~Itive friend, admiringly, "but are those
your own teeth, Mrs. Oldiady?,
~"No," replied the kindly accomme-O
rdating soul, "I lost my set, and, tc.
tell you the truth, I borrowed these
from my husband this morning."-091m,
d Mental Philosophya
"What is a mesmerist?"
"A person who controls the will of
another person and smakes him do ex
~atly what he choos."
.."Can you mention a successful mes
"Yes, -sir. Any clothing store sales
His Morning Meal.
The teacher in the first grade was.
.developing the word "breakfast." By
.way of Introduction she adressed the
P"What Is .the first meal you eat in
"Oatmeal." promptly responded John
----. A Remarkable Analogy.
:"You've got to become well acquaint
Sed with a classical composition," said
rathe musical enthusiast, "before you
lcan really like it."
of"Yes," answered Mr. CumroX, in an
amiable effort to keep up the conver
sation; "i' oddeal the same way
with a dog."-Washinlgton Star.
A Smanl Appr'ehenlsion.
."I suppose they will make a lion of
ityou when you strike American so
"Well," answered the distinguished
'~*personage who knows Englf51inbt
slightly, "I hope they wIll stlc to
~that department of the menageie.and
not endiaror to make a monkey of
* Feared an Antf-CJi"aZ.
t"It's too bad!" m;narked mne per-.
~son1 o \orships . "The Eing
of S i$tot co g America after'
cl"Well," answereid the pla citizeu;
a e"I don't much case. I don't believe
'Sa Siamese king wold be half as in
iyteresting as the Siamese twins were,
er ow Ife Would ExpliJn.
,"Supposing," said the teacher who
i'ewas trying to get the class to under
~~-stand the law of.-gravity, "that some-.
em one should tell. you that the earths
doesn't turn over and over upon its
axis, because if It did we would fall
.off when' we are on the uder side,
E what reply would you make? Well,
iedGeorgie, I see your hand Is up. What
popwould you say to him?" -~
a "I'd tell him he l'ad xtsin ha