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SMLY ATISFACTORY nfil
-emt Zeppelin Makes Ascension it
Remodeleti Airship With Prassia&
Boyalt: as Guest.
Frederielishafen, By Cablc.-Princ
Henry of Prussia spent several hourt
in the air as the guest of Count Zep
gein, who made an ascension in hi
reumdeled airship. Not only did the
Prince flioroughly enjoy his experi.
ente, but he sat at the steering wheel
for many minutes of the flight-guiding
the movcutemets of the craft and com
relling it to execute all kinds of com
Prince Ilenry's satisfaction at the
great. flight was unbounded and he
gave expression to it in a telegram
which lie sent to the Emperor. "Un
der Zeppelin's guidance I felt just as
-afe as on my own flagship."
The start was made in the direction
-of Uberlingen, to the northward of
'-Constance. With Count Zeppelin him
self at. the Wheel, the airship rose to
an altitude of 600 feet, soon disap
pearing behind a bank of clouds.
Messnges began to arrive shortly af
terwards from the towns in the Rhine
valley announcing the passage of the
airship, but about 2 o'clock in the
afternoon a sonorous sound from the
sky indicated that the craft 'as re
turning. Soon it appeared above the
- thronged stre, s of Constance, where
the Prince gracefully saluted in ac
knonledgement of the ovation from
the 4rowds below.
Aflcr manieuvring above Lake Con.
stance in full view of the city for
some time 'the airship made its way
.ownrds the Swiss frontier, disappear
ing in the direction of Tyrol. It re
'.nmed to its moorings about sunset.
The Associated Press' correspon
dent followed it in a racing motor
boat. but wrs unable to keep the air
ship kmg in view, as it soon attained
- a speed of 37 miles an hour. Short
Jv, however, the airship reappeared
above the lake, emerging from a cloud
bmik like some uncanny visitor from
-n unknown world.
Count, Zeppelin evidently wished to
- show the Prince some manuevering
by the craft and he descended to
about 300 feet from the surface of
%the water, turning from right to left
and from left to right like a well
drilled filt of soldiers. Then sud
denly it moxmted a thousand feet and
shot into the clouds, only the mighty
hum of its propellers indicatin. 4.he
Course it had taken.
Roosevelt 50 Years Old.
Washington, Special. - President
Roosevelt observed his 50th anniver
sary Tuesday very simply. Ie-:attend
ed to his excuutive duties as usital
and except for the reception? of .
delegation from the Hungarian Rce
-publican Club of Noew York in the
east room of the White House,' and
the reception of a large number of
wongratulatory messages,'somne floral
tributes and gifts from the mnembers
of his family, the day was the same
to him as any other day.
Late. in the afternoon the President
'donned his khaki riding uniform and
sough rider hat and wenf 'for a hiros
'tack ride remaining out natil.6 p. m.
There wvas a jolly family dinner at
the White House in the eveniiig i
-'honor of the President 's annivers:amiy;
No guests wecre present.
King Edward, of Great Britain,
sent one of the first conratulatory
sessages received. It said:.
"I reqnest that vou will accept my
wrdial congratulations upon the oc
meain of your hirthday together with
my best wishes for your wvelfarc and
A Satirfactcry t'e:r.
Atlanta. C :m.. Special.-A sa tie
factory . earN h-li ness, consideri ng
frumeinl 'owl Iit ;ns. has just beeil
gmssevd by the Atlanta, Birmingham
& Atlantic Railrond, acfrding t6 the
annual reor of the 'preiddent. H. M
Atkcinsce., made here. All the old di.
'etorn and officers were re-elcted.
Convention of aoai Miners.
Pittdrnrg, Speeil.--A conventiom
-'f ~deegates' from all loalis of'- th
1. =3 ' pion 'in the Pittsburg dis
etwas called, here to consider th
- A wystem anid other ithportan
*mattr. The ~tion' pf the conven
1ee wilt direetl aftet 40,000O,
ad may heve, *gnIet effect'i o
*erel miners th *hnt he e6utzt
' Wbile there hs Wen 'p t ure c
- aius nt4,t eV o
hes 2i4a ankc4
rp"! tthe 'd
gAt siffri d' to. e d
kHo .d v ind ;t 0
.tber, Without god resulddtae
I Ofie day L r some CmIeura ny
putcura :OinNint*h'ad Lutiour -
vent. He began to use them and in, Ui4a,
weeks all the 346 *ere dried 1y. W2itb
burning fire si9pped, ginti tile pains ben
bearable. After three mouths he wns giite
well. I can brV4t44/tentinonial at a*y'
time. Mrs. V. V. Albert, Upi' Y,rencf.
vil,Me.',. July '11, 1937.
-A saviiig'diijposition'iq a good thing
to have around the bouse.
ficks' Capudine Cire Heftdacbe.
Whether from coldt, beat, stomach et
nervous trovsblo. No Acceanilld or dan
gerous dm It'% liquid-.nd actA imme.
drtey bottle 1oc. Regular asme
2c. and so., at ai duggiste.
The good will of some people costs
a lot more than it is worth..
Mrs.Winslow's Sooting Syrtp for-Chibdrbia
teethimg,softents thegums, reduces inflatu ,
t.UI.allayspan, cured wind colic. 25c a bottle
In the world who knows not how
to swim goes to the bottom.
DBATH TO RING WORM.
Everywhere I go I speak for TETIRRINN,
because it cured me of ringworm in its
worst form. My wholodhest from nek to
waist was raw as beef; but TZtlfRINX cured
me. It also cured a bad case of piles." 8o
says Mrs. M. F. Jones of 28 Tannehill St.,
Pittsburg. Pa.. TxTTKRIllU, the gregt skin
remedy, Is sold by dfuggists or sent Dy mail
for 50c. Write J. T. 13UPTAINE, Dept. A,
Commit a sin twice and you will
think it allowable.-Hebrew.
ro Drive Out Malaria and Build Up
rake the. Old Standard GRovi's TAsrz
LESS CHILL Toxio. Yoa know what you
are taking. The formula is plainly printed.
on every bottle, showing it is simply Qui
nine and Iron in a tastbless form, aWd the
most effectual form. For growv people
and children, Me.
A pleasant thing never comes too
ti. 1n. Oai's iows. of Atlanta. Ga.. are
the only successful Dropsy Specialists in the
w rld. see their liberas offer in advertise
ment in anot her aniumn of this paper.
A man may smile and smile and be
A villain up to par,
Particularly if he smiles
Too much arouid the bar.
Deafnesm Cannot Be Cured
)ylocal applications as theycannot reach the
'itseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by consta
tutional remedies. Deafness iscaused byan
,nflamed condition of the mucous lining of
.he Eustachian Tube. Whenthintubeis in
iamed ybu have a 'umbling sound or imper
feet 'iearing, and when 'it is entfirely closed
Loatnessis the result, and unless theltinm
mation can he taken out and this tube re
qtorod to its normal condition, hearing will
bedestroyed forever. Ninecases out often
.recaused bycatarrh,which iothingbutan
inflamied cqilI~ of tlh l~~ssurfaces.
no6bo curedby- la S~~C~ e to fn
Sold by..Druirgista, 75c. oeo,
Take Hall's Family'Pill for constination.
Theman \vho 'banks' on his' dig
nity should be careful not to drawv too
large a draft.
-There may be sohie .way of falling
i' love imid- escaping dire results, but
S-so, the ::avex'age .man has never
found it out.
Curoes Through the liloodl
The Old Stan4au OROVE'8
system, -You know what you a
is siglply.Quinine and Iron in a
o ude sini
t 4ruggIsts snal i
X, Dept. A, 8Ta
nighty fine ting to e
Jut -it generally costs a lot
How many American w6men in
lone hones to-day long for this
bless to conle into their lives, and
to be a le to'utter these words, but
because of soine organic derange
ment this bappiness is denied them.
Every woman interested in this
subject should know that prepara
tion for healthy . maternity is
accomplished by the use of
Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, - of West
Union, S. C.,writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
"I was greatly run-down in health
from a weakness peculiar to mpy sex,
when Lydia E. Pinkham' s Vegetable
Compound was recommended to me. It.
not only restored me to perfect health,
but to my delight I am'a mother."
M1is. Josephine Hall,of Bardstown,
"I was a very great sufferer from
female troubles, and my physician failed
to help me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound not only restored me
to perfect-bealth, but I am now.a proud
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, nas been the
standard remedy for female ills
and has positively cured thousands ol
women .who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it-?
Mrs. Pinkham invites all ick
w6men to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
* TQbottom of your foot.j
* *wMj 8bUtIIER.h
~e omfortablo. to:
lead tchlng HUmoys,
Ph~ o Eema,I
th bood nd-tenondtnf adodA
srface, ones, Join to ~ere te disas
(cer,Pip mea,Eru to healed an d Oured.
odition, sing the aItheo r'lhue of p
worst old eaRes.~ i it. .61i00 p r re be t
fot home cure. SA31PLE FnIEZb*rig M
g' Mothes ad '
TASTELESS CHILL. TONIC, drive
re taking. The formula is plainly pti
tasteless, and the moAt effecttaal fornm.
"Car ui" writes Mrs. Suasan A.
taking Cardui, I have been in bette
had my baby, if it had not beedl .f<
' ache backache,
toss, irregular tu
has benefited ov
Comn sed of
and rel' le i-em
T.aw A'Wdd oods,
the Mi the
be ver f to over
e and o 199t , and
tU he -may - bb ..i i li hul ry
to14nd shelter, I m"st w4q hia- to
go. slowly. Two -milgs an Iolur, -On
an average, through tU9 snow in he
wobd, is all that a man in )0 n
Aitio. will be able to stand wit out
ovor-faigue. and its attendant dan.
gers, over-heating and perspiratiou.
By exercising caution, a Nman may
live through. a'week of what he is
undergoing. To. make this article
bWief,showever, we shall suppose that
he -regains the road by the afternoon
of the first -day. .Ie doesn't yet
know, of course, just where he is.
He should examine the tracks 'of the
person who last passed that way. It
being afternoon, he must follow in
the direction taken, by the last pass
ing vehicle or team, as shelter. will
be nearest in that direction. Had
it been morning he would have taken
the opposite direction, as whoever
made the tracks must have come from
the place, where he obtained shelter
the previous night.-From "Lost in
the Woods," by A. B. Carleton, in
The Outing Magazine for November.
Industry is the parent to success,
and the success belongs to the man
who wons the industry.
ueT eE Js e
- Extracts all
40 Y*ArG M:
Much of the chronic lamenes
See that your horse is not allo,
Liniment- on hand and apply a
It's vtonderfully penetrating-g4
the soreness -limbers up the
elastic and pliant.
Slo an'ps L
will kill a spavin, curb or splint,
len joints, and is a sure and spee
founder and thrush.
- Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Sloan's hook on horses, eattle,
the i . youdo notrfind
30one Pain s.
ure, rich-blood direct to the shin
a located. In this waf all screa,
pains and4 aches of. Rh,umiatism
Igres the Ukidy into clean, healthy
fect health. S3. B. B. cures the
s.at Drna stnres with directinns
DoD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga..
s out Malaria and builds up the
uted on every bottle, showing it
Fhor adults and children. 50c.
Hall, of Hlayne, N. C., "has been a he
r health thap in the past five years.
eCOardus. I cannot sa.y too much in ~
suffer from the pains and ailments dui
dragging sensations, pain in side, numn
actions, dizziness, etc., should try this
er a million women,-during the past
purely vegetable, harmless ingredient
~dy. Try it.
bes duo to cos a ion
Xcts ntaturally.At2u o
Best orMenVo Chil
re - oUnO-au
et, its 1enrJe eta
Gs ey, Mna e m
SOLD 14 AING DOGGISTS
ane 3ize 0QF.eWwr ee..l.
R 36dymlrial treatmeak
VWV.9 S . $rs o
low. Write quWk. W~~a h e gie ,prio.
ATKINS MEDICAL COO
6141611663 JgsusOhed Remedlem. Irlaver,iag
rol;et Pise so tp. Xtc.
Panfed in E>ery Co:nty.
xpertenee, ga8,@@.@ gnt pin,
'ION Ev1" OL.Ffi"t. AGENTS
s in horses is due to neglect.
ved to go lame. Keep Sloan's
t the first signs of stiffness.
)es right to the spot-relieves
joints and makes the muscles
reduce wind puffs and swol..
dy remedy for fistula sweeney,
Price, 5oc. and sipo.
- Boston, Mass.
sheep and poutry sent free.
other mnannfatrer in the word.b
and wea onge thu any other make.
mly M., uy,WP Misses n HIln
ensen bsessang to e in e e
ebness,einabilboWit e ~tey to wak,nevos
famous fleale free. hc
0R yers. Prpato
~I,OARDENis anrf etly.
SSen D Y ak"eifIESme.