:Robert E. Lee.
A gallant foentt inl thu fight,
A Ib,1, her when the light was ue 'r,
.Ih" l:am, that, I'd thu host wi th
The b!cssed toreb of le'arning bie
NoIirick of shells nor roll of drn1W,
No chndlenge fi,er(e.rosuundling Ifar,
\WhCn reconcilinig W1isclor,l comers
To he1(a the cru'i wtiii orihs ~tf w:at.
TI:iglit ontiy the m1i:m!s 1 m- di
fLove makes fite heart nations
,., ld so, I'hv -if,hlier t'raV(" b1side(,
Wo hont,ur the \ irg":;litn's son.
. ,liia \Wardt 1Howe.
Over a.ndl beyond his CvaHive and
ivial denial, Mr. Ioosevelt has given
t> the country an example of presi
dential mI1A1nterS which t~ say the
least, is far fIrnom erdifying. A manl
of small itniortance aid f shallow
-chiraeter may, without any very se
rious stock to the propriet.ies, permit
his humiliations and resentments tt,
explokle in exhibitions of anger. Ho
may even, without harming anybody
but himself: conjuire up plhantasins,
call spirits from the vasty deep of his
woniled vanity and otherwise give
uvidece of t purturbed meintality.
l-ut the President of the United
States owes it to his high oflice, if
not to individual self respect, to car
ry himeelf, even in his resentments,
with a certain elevation of Inannor.
Speiaking for itself, the Arganaut
grows weary of seeing the White
Hfouse,reiiowne.i for moro than a Ctn.
tury as the abode of historic men,
distinguished, toot as the seat of high
official and personal dignities, made
the scene of outbursts of boyish bad
temper. We grow weary of hearing
every man whose ideas or memory
does not accord with the President
1o1ily denounced as a double barrc 1.
41 Stories in 60 Seconds.
New" York Iera(ld.
Up 41 stories in an elevator in G(
seconds will be the gait of travel ir
the now Singer Building at Broad
way an 1 Liberty streets.
Of the 15 elevators to go into th<
wonderful structure, according to Er
nest Flagg, an architect, four will
actually scale 612-fout tower, a feat
without at parallel or precedent in el
I' ~evator building. Not only wvill they
convey passengers too anld from the
etyrio oflices wit htout a relay but what
is more1 atstonishiing they' will ean<h
rise and deseenid the 41l stories in
less than 60 secondis.
tlin. I t o ds rd or lteh -
tnd di eti apparaitu, t antlou
altlu its frulills.
at Nlt , liver rei:i g,wuh t a n:
5chola,n all Du~ss
The Great BloodPurifier.
K LA'sURE CURE FOR'
pRi 1EfAI i .SM
arising tr Itief the Blood
' Aduit In a ittt
'wateh. rea eand atif berT
AB'BBIT IMICURE R .
lso aSolf o t,erDiseas
B'ACTIMOR M.S. A.
4 iSHAKE THE BOTTLE.-.
H- ERB'S A N EXA MPL
rsin of what Iplant foods can dc
aurmers. The picture on
right shows plant developn
~' and po talto yield (55.8 lbs.
a small patch, treated with
On the left, a. patch of
same31 size' (ield 21 lb)
p!:mterld at same time, in
saIme soIl, hut :In/rea/,d.
These pictures are taken
from an experOment sta
tienl buletin, c'ompiledl in
Our Free Book, "Profitab
which gives authentic and authoritative arco
actual results of practc al and scienifc farmi
the farmer who is anxis to improve his pr
ing for a wide margin of profits. Send for
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New York, 93 Nassau St., or Atlanta,
- sae s!! bu : treed
Sad d ou chew,
mae from the best T: e
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special"rftb
flavor and which
makes REDi EYE a
specially fine and satis- S fam
Miost people prefer it
to tobacco costing one
dollar perL pound.
Ask yourh dealer for it ani
insist on him keeping it. S
Wvrite for special P'rices.
( L 10I(.
Not the mere
not the littl<
tt latest sc
For 16 vea
of ever bem
I have taken
gotten a "ne
t l of the disease
tt Sample bottle s
II you send five
ints of experiments and
n;Z. It is invaluable to
>ducts and who is work
in., 1224 Candler Bldg.
a h'ave beer
It() lots an(
H1 1101110 ii
i Os hav<
1k sales. Virs
.3, f irst (hi)OC
I la S Eoe
temporary relief that ti
a help that the doctor's
TE AND COMPLETE C
ide does. Rheumatism i
in the blood. It is an inte
andl vigorous internal r
of all its germs and yet
hods that it builds up t
;PS ALL POISO
ES TO STA
reOTt from any other ren1
sientffic discoveries. At
D AFTER ft YEARS. , Of
BaltiM4b, Dec. lothA " aI
rs I have suffeYed terribly with'
I was treated 1 6hding y at
t no relief, Long siie I despaired
g well again. Buti heatag of st
DE, I decided to givW it a t a.
two bottles, and, thauIk to this ael
edicine, I now feel that Il lave
w lease on life." Every t'estige
has been driven from my sy9ter., B
LAURA D. GARDNER,
1301 James St., Baltimore.
ind booklet FREEIwI
cents for oe BOBBITT Ci
P eerless Po u
Clocks~ with1 wigh M, w hi
Silver W A TOII ES. A ni
glausses to. fit eyesa. All kini
II. SNIDli, ..
r HIGHL, TI!
- u\l TI/A
can run throu
. it,or climb av
e old "remedies" gave,
prescriptioxls give ; but
'URE. - That is what
s caused by an' excess of
rnal disease and requires
emedy .that w;il cleanse
act through such nat
he entire system.
TS E-E BLOOD.
Y . CURED.
xedy. The result of the
,he same timeIt cures
hieumatlin sweeps out
d tbl germs of
I other1blood diseases,
id cures Indigestion, Con
id &Lver'Troubles La
YOUR DRUGGIST &ELL_'4T.,
lICAL'CO., Prop's, BA LTIMORE, MD,"
Are the Iest General 'tirpuise hngiea it,
ine wn+rb). \\'e -urry' the nt in stoek.
: a+" ' the 'IInt.'tuurters for
, ''ealos En,ines, Saw Mills,
aind Throshe:rs. Also AUas
Eng1innes and r%ollers DeLoach
Saw M"111s aint' Shingle Mills,
\\ catrr.e n-'ru II'i ti o .H! d k of all kini..
o It VI I I N(. an'tt 1fACH INElYJup
p1t'i. W\rih' u !(ri +NnS.thIne; in the M,
lard wuae Co.
te a1 goid hlne o
()rinenl d (ahf b l ld t-v la Wet Ii 'Ill:0 inaa,
eh1 I arn selinag alt seciJlbargn-aiae..
ERWR E.'\1 Also\ sol id (.old lad
e line of Sperltacle ; 1 giuaant:ee
1. of repair work in t:he jewelIry line.
gh it, crawl under
er it. and break it.
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