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say consanption can be
cured. Nature alone won't
do it, it needs help.
is the best help, but its use
must be continued in sum
mer as well as winter.
Take it in a limto oold milk or water
GtasmaHbottle Dow. All Druggsts
DON'T GIVE A MORTGAGE.
Don't give a mortgage. Do not go
Into debt. Make sacrifieces this year,
says National Co-Operator, that you
may be free and independent the bal
ance of your life. You do not know
how easy it is to make sacriPees until
you try. And right here listen to a
litt!% -tcry: A good farmer man and
h13 good wife live in 11arrison Coun
ty, Texas, not far from HalIville. It
was in the younger days of their mar
ried life, although three boys and per
haps a daughter, were growing up
about them and would eat. Every:
year their little cotton crop had to
go to their merchant for the supplies
they had bought daring the year, and
not a cent did they have left over.
After four or five years of this pro
cedure, the wife said, when they be
gan to pitch their little crop, "Not a
dollars' worth of anything is bought
on a credit this year. All we eat we'll
raise hereafter, except those things
we can not raise." The husband looked
askance at her, but he knew when
the little woman put her foot down,
things had to be that way. When
the coffee and the sugar gave out.
she sent some eggs and 'c-hicians and
butter to town, and, se'ling them, ex
pended the money for these things.
Not a cent's worth of anything was
bought on credit that year, and never
has since. They sell their cotton to
whom they please, raise everything
possible at home, have raised their
three boys and their two girls, giving
them good educations, and there are
not three better ycung men in Texas,
nor sweeter, better women than the
two daughters, both married. Now,
what that couple did, or rather that
good little wife, every couple can do,
i they will try, and it is so easy
to do when you once commence.-Na
In the Fortune-Telling Business.
Just as a matter of curiosity a
woman who lives across the street
from a fortune teller counted the per
sons who called to consult the seer
in one forenoon. The number aston
ished her. In the afternoon she, too, I
vidted the woman.
"I shouldn't think," she :-emar-ked,
"that you would have such a brisk
trade these hard times. I should think
that pe4ping into the future at your
price per peep would be a luxury that
tuost people 'Would cut out."
"On the contrary," said the womaa,
"trade increases in har-d times. When
everybody is prosperous people ar-e
as.tisfied and don't care especially to
apend money in finding out if there
is any ill luck coming, but when times
are hard they will spoIhd their very
1ast ecuar-ter ta fInd o'nt Ii there is
Tort ured OnA Horse,
"For ten yen:s I coulon't ride a horse
without being in torture fro-a piles,"
writes L. S. :Sapier, of Rugless, Ky.,
"when all doctors anI <ther remedies
failed, Buckleni' A-nica Salve Cured
me." Infallible for P Ies, Burns, Scalds,
Cuts, 14oils. Fe:ver -Sores, Eczem i. S'alt
Rheum. Corna. 25c. Guiarar4teed by
A 15 to 50 pound hog needs 293
pounds of feed for 100 pounds of gain.
A 150 to 200-pound hog needs 482
pounds of feed for 100 of gain. A 250
to 300-pound hog needs 511 pounds ot
feed for 100 of gain. These figures
carry their own,moral. -
With good swine and proper feed,
pork can be produced at 3 cents per
pound or less, and need not be sold
under 6 cents per pound. Here is a
profit of 100 per cent on feed con
sutued.-Prof. John Michels.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
Often The Kidlneys Are
Weakened by Over-Workt
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
(Weak and unhealthy kidnevs are re
~/ sponsible for much sickness and~suifering,
. therefore, ii kidney
1. - trouble is permitted to
continue, serious re
-sults are most likely
to follow. Your othcr
-~ organs may need at
S tention, but your kid
- shuld aveattention
- frst. Tlhere:ore, when
your kidneys '.ro eekca cr cu;t of order,
you can under tend how <iuickl,-vyur en
tire body is affec'.cd Cnd how every crean
seems to fail to do its dutv. '
If you are riaz or " feel badly,," begin4
taking the gres.t kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swn:n;-Rvot. A trizl will con
vince you oi its great merit.
Tlie mild and immediate effect of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney anid
bladder r,::Ey, is soon realize'd. It
stands the highest because its remarkable
health i-estoring properties hav-e been
proven in thousands of the most distress
ing cascs. If you need a medicine you
should have the best.
Sold by druggists in .
fifty-cent and one-dol- 28
lar siacs. You may
.are a samp>le bottle
> v n!ail fre'e, also a
>:to 'nd ot if yoa have kidney or
dder tron4:e. Mm:i:1 this paper
far-n writ:!g t:> lI. kilmer & Co.,
-f bu emme thnme Swamp
as fltand don't let a dealer sell you
sr ng~ in place of Swamp-Root--if
yuwill be. disappointed. -
Shake Into Your Shoes
Mien's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, swollen smartijg, nervou feet
and im-tantly takes the sting out of
corns and bunions and makes walkirg
easy. Try it te-day. Sold every whi re;
Sample FREE. AdIdres, Allen S.
Ol step, LeRoy, N. Y.
The Heritage of the Cent'ries.
Every city in Australia should be an
ideal and model municipality. The
cities of that vast comnionwealth are
heirs to the greatest lierita,e :>f the
centuries. In planting their :: : a of
human life and activity h. : h: had
the best of all forms -verniweit to
draw from and living illustrations of
the worst to avoid. But the seeds of
an old world city are not only town,
but, alas! the tree of city preblems
flourishes on all sides. Yes, the evil
of human beings sweated into eternity
looms large upon the horizon of city
reforms. The unbridled slirit of
gambling is abroad. Youths are in
the swim of the relentless desire to
get "something for nothing." The
drink curse has created the slum.
'he Sunday Strand.
Lif- 10),03 Years Ago.
Scietits alive found in a cave in
Rwit z.-rland hone<z( of nion. wh. li v4d
; ),) i y)-ar. 4'c, when life wa, in con.
sant 41 in,re! fr i,m wi heista. o-day
the ri-an.er is si-,% ii n by \. W. Brown
of Al x mn.ler, Me., s 1.i.rgev from d. -d
lv diSe;-S -. "If it hl1-1 no bt-e for 1)r.
King's New I>s'very, which cured mt.
1 et-uild not h )-v live,- he wt ite-, ".tur
fering as I !il fra-iu a sva-t ' .f tr)I
ble aad btuho u cough." To cure S-r
L l-. ob1 ist- Coughs. aal
prevenlt pnin nia, it I Iil h t n
icine* 4 n aarthI. .'0 and. $1.0). G ;uar ia
teed by all Iy u:g-t-. Trial bottle free
& Most Vauable Agent.
The glycerine eimploy,ed in Dr. l'ierce's
nedfiiw-s grt-atly -rihances the medicizid
pro)erti-s which it extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds in solution
much better than alcohol would. It al:r
possesses medicinal propertit-s of its own,
being a valuable deniuleent, nutritive,
nntiseptic and antiferment. It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Ulack Cherry
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, coitained in
"Golden Medical Disco;.ry" in subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, Lronchial,
throat and lung aflections. for all of which
these agents are recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stom ,as in the early stages of von
sum n, there can be no doubt that ily
cerine acts as a valuable nutritive and
aids e G Iden Seal root. Stone root,
Qui 's t and Black Cherrybark in
prom *n igestion and building up the
esh an s rength. controlling the t
and brin g about a healthy conditi-n
of the w le system. Of course, it must
not be e cted to work miracles. It will
not cure nsumption except in its earlier
an a mesore
t igreness.in acutecougns
1 sntsoeeue is in the lingering
hang-on coughs, or those of long standing,
even when accomnpaniedi by leedinig fromt
lungs, that it h:as performed its must
1'rof. Finley Ellingwvood, M. D., of IBen
nett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly
" In dyspeDsia lt serves an excellent purpose.
Holding a fixed Quantity of the peroxide of
hydroge-n in solution. It i., one of the best
manufactured products of the present time in
its action upon enfeebled, disordered stom
achs, especially if there is ulceration or ca
tnrrhal gastritis (catarrhal intiammation of
stomxach), It is a most eflielent preparation.
Glyeerine will relieve many case.s of pyrusNs
(heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach)
"Golden Medical Discovery " enriches and
purifies the blood curing blotches. pimplpes.
eruptions. scrofulous swellings and old sores.
Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce. of Buffalo. N. Y..
for fr.-. booklet telling all about the native
medicinal roots composing this wonderful
medicine. There is no alcohol in it.
BABY BORN IN HISTORIC INN.
Fifth Generation to See the Light in
the Old Home.
Born in the house of his great-great
grandfather and rocked in the cradle
that lulled his great-great-grandfather
to sleep away back in old Connecticut
before the beginning of the last cen
tury, Is the patrician beginning of
wee Edward Griswold McCullough,.
who made his appearance on earth
Sunday in the old Griswold inn at
Worthington. He is the son of Ed
ward Miles McCulloug~h, says the Co
In all the romance of old Worthing
ton there is no gzeater halo than that
which hangs over the Griswold inn. It
was built in 1806 by Ezra Griswold,
who came from Connecticut with the
pioneers who settled nmich of the
western reserve and central Ohio. The
family was an old one even for old
Connecticut and Ezra Griswold was a
sturdy representative of it. lHe
brought this family into the '"great
west" with him and his son, Georgo
ariswold, was reared in the inn. He
was eight years old when his father
rought him to Ohio.
George Griswold, in turn, inherited
he duty of perpetuating the name.
nd when his father died he fell heir
o0 the inn property and lived through
ut his life where his father had build
d so well. His son was WVorthington
'ranklin Griswold, who, as his father
and done, inherited the Inn and lived
n it. To him and his g od wife was
orn a dlaughter Harriet, who was
-eared in the home of the family, and
vho continued to live there when she
>ecamne Mi-s. McCullough.
Now she is the happy mother of a
on and she is rocking him in the
riswold cradle that was brought to
)hio along with other household pos
sessions by Ezra Griswold when he
rove his ox team overland fronm
Conhecticut in 1800. No one knows
now long the uni<que heirlcom had
een in the Griswold family beforo
hat time, but it is suipposed that
Ezra Griswold was himuself roced in
t when he was a baby long before
When little Edward Griswold Mc
"ullough is baptized he willl wear a
'ttie white dress that was madte for'
:he baptismal cer-emteny of his gra::d-1
ather-. by his great-ghrdothier--a
:ress that has been handed-~ down int
he family with great care and wh:ch
will be treasured more dearly than
ver when another epoch has been
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
Aege table Preparation nmr;tcI
; Opium.Morphine nGrMleral.
AperrectRe medy 16rC ns,3I
tion, SourSt%omach.Diarrl ;
WI Worms,Cwkvuls1,i13ns. r
rss and LOSS OF SI.
FacSimi\e Signatre or
2 t wdranteed iuier Food
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Cheap Excursion Rates Via Southern
Seat tl, Wash. an ! i:-turn: Accoun
Alatka-Yuk,ow-Parctfie Expozition. Tk
,.ts on sale May 2-i i until Slpt. :.0 h
Ainal liti-it rutirinig ctoiber : 1. 109
Diver., routes with Stp')'4v-r l iv il1-ge-.
Svnmmer excursion ratt-s in tict-. May
29 to September 30tl. linal limlit Octobi-r
Convenient schedults and suipetior
train service to all points in all directi ns
via SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Fur information in detail. c:ll on any
I agent of the Southern Railroad or ad
J. L. Meek, W. E. McGee.
Atlant.. Ca. Augusta, Gt.
A G. P. A., T-" P. A.,
Name a Stumbling Block.
"Since coming to America, said the
young Englishman in his most transat
lantic accent, "I have purposely taken
to pronouneing one word wrong. I
don't say 'G3rieg' any more. I say
'Greg.' Before making the change I
said to several persons I happened to
be talking with, 'I say, do you know
Grieg?' and always they answered:
No, they didn't know Greek, and for
goodness sake don't ask If they know
Latin because they'v'e forgotten all
of that they ever did know.' They
thought, you see, that I was asking if
they knew Greek. So finally I took to
saying Greg, which is enough to make
the poor old Norwegian shout out a
correction from his grave: but it pre
vents further misunderstanding."
John Sharp Gettirg Busy.
"The fact Is," saidi John Sharp Wil
liams to a gentleman who had twice
ineffectually sought to gain his at
tention by calling him "senator," "I
haven't got accustomed to the title.
But I've begun to accustom myself to
the atmosphere of my field of labor
to be. To-day I went over to the sen
ate chamber, slipped into the cloak
room on the Democratic side, and
tried to feel at home."
"Did you tell a story?" was asked.
"No, I didn't."
"Well, you can't hope to rank as a
senator until you have a cloakroom
story and it has been printed."
"Well, I did borrow a cigar from a
new senator. Then I sauntered over
to the Republican side as carelessly
as I could, took a seat alongside a
brand new senator there, almost as
new as I will be. and chatted with him
with as much of an air to the manner
born as my per-turbed condition
would permit. From time to time I
shall repeat the visit, in the hope
that I shall be able to fully accustom
myself to the change w~hen it conmes."
(D. 3. B) Cures Throughbthe Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN
CER,SCALY SKIN, ~ :
I; IB. i tii .-i - i.> i b .0 h
<n'v Bl.-"d R.nd'tht i!s heposo
ing a i al of Jport. i-h L'""t .uitet to
be sk-in~ s' fa*~- . he Joi:'s n't
-:-h-aI n cur d - 1ins an' I aches
P,.. lB. aml- .lv c-h'ani'rw t he h y
th.' skin thi ::ebi. r~ed ! ne of perfect
BTHiC BLOOD BALM-B BBJ
0, e.. : ::-!i 1t, ii ; pu h an-I enr he
th- io a. M . B :tre-:t hent the neteVC
2i-' - 1I t - iL.iGE iiOTTVLE with diren.
t~ins for hrom:e cure.
SonM at All Denug Stores.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
I)1afn 12 ot : Car
byi hwi..I ; iic:itiior-s, as they: em
AMk' \ one was to cur, I aft
D)ea[n.ss ist caused byv an i,. iinei e.
F. Fastachmt Tube. When th 5 tub is i:
1) ae yo ave a rC mlin inn:ol.
imnperfect h iring, aml, w1'he In i h I t
ly clo's-il, .D)ea'in s< is te nt stlt. Ao
unless the ji I lmatiWt can Ih ta:
(out and this Lube resi.ored to its no:n
ever; uine cases out f t n an c<it e i 1
C.ltarrh, whiTh is nothing but nS
il:umed condition of the -,,itnus sii
Wne will give Ot itiolundra I talr
fot antis casei if h-refned o ( :.! hd
catarrh) that comt'; he ear.. l 1i h
Ca:tarrh Cure'. Semii for P t.be::!-, im
So'ld bev all !h u..reis 75
akiei hall's il it PJ -,>rov,tl
which could sitand being plowed utide1
good and deep in 'the fall and tuunec
over at least once during the winter
and still come up in the siring read3
for its work of destruction. Py plow
ing under all the g-rein stuff that yo
can you enrich the land andl prep)arE
'It for the next crop, and if yant wi
break up the bug some tm durin;.
the winter, he will b,e gathered to hi.
fathers mighty quick.
Have you an open mne-tin. 'l:mnea
for your local? It is ahour i-a- hV.
time in your life to DO) IT NOW.
This life is not calcula:.cd to makel(
angels of any of us. butt t.Le xt:in. !r-.
down cuss that fails to mnak'' th im
prisoned live stock eomimw table
suffering for a few (lays cat of doors1
in the rains and hal f ra: ians in h
belly. That wou!d helIp him a ;:r'at
Every shipload of immig.ranitr ens-~
ing to America raies the ;jiah of
land. thus enriching 1V land spc'ala
tor, while increa;ing the burdens that
the homieless Amiericarns ane their
families must bear bc-fore th y enn
ever obtain homes. Yet those home
less ones get together in ions an.i
resolve against the foreign imigraV,
but are silent concerning their real
enemy-the land monopolist at hume.
Don't play into the hands of the
implement and vehicle trust by lind
your impilements and vehicles i- to
ruin for lack of shelter, paint and
repair. The implement and vehicle
men all wear good trousers, but the
belooming Idiot, to whom it is too much
trouble to take care of his things.,
can always feel the north wiind
mighty plain when he happens to faca
It is a mighty sorry' bunch of farme
rrs who, can no)t get toge:hc: ant:l it:
their comubine:l credit far anythintg
they may need ( to.
Is the wvater and the wool l - hede
to your pIr'ter acs th-7'y e::t i'
no't. one of~ the,'e Liny r i.; a
mighty gCt.d tHfi to lix c:t .G r
will be: andt( you are ai po.ere pro
Un:on maan if :;ou are in' 1!. ha. :
she is not moan enousa to 'e ia
and hami n you he bjad forL Iou at
"Itt.I wuS i ehrd<v * h
I., , eb i e ym' b r i
'Fb. he v iP vi,r:.'
orgaml, c ire Live'r a:nlit1 'I '' troh t a
pe.ite On:e . 0' at all D:).a
REMINDS HiM OF HIS YOUTH.
Recollections Co..- to 'Man at Sight
of a Grir:-.one.
"Down in our h-aeia:-d," said :he
1in who '2. --1 a reminder of
my boyh- o ,. .I a-. 1 u t i b:iefoo: -
indle-l.: d d ; i , a gi.1;
"Thre's a boy in r om.r houwho
turns that grindstone Ea!Urly and Et
he is down thtre rool:.t %itll it. ilo
dr :-', t hav t ohi%( 1 ir:1 i:. i.itIs whyI IN
is so ;-.I:Vy m o 00 o T
(iSe. If 1: I:ail 1 tu n it as I tiid
when ai boy he C ouHII iinc!<k to
Irioach it onlt1r:.:h the per ;uiV
application of a st nick r th en i a
leailier sap. The boy next duor ::
his partner in thosf grint"stone stiunis.
They sharpe.n knNiv's. The next door
bory h1ol;S I.e ini wi::ll our b:w
tmrns thl ;(:, I. Tih , .:ve Ihr' ti
Srent :Iis toI0 woerk on. :nly
neither of ihesr i:--pons s eV r ud
fo :ny....ing exel grinding. TIley
are the sharpcst !:ni-:es I ever sa-w.
In tho days wli I turned a griid
'C(,h I turned 1o so:lie good pnrpose.
Te i i 1 ::. 1 for sharpnl e'd
seybe :sv~ i :r'* .:.i inebr's; kni's
anWl thi::- bu i n'r .i tho.s i ii -
n i s . :.r :o. ::(-h. !i C o C)sharpii as
t!w kniv(s ilwse ho.s owI.
"r0m hoy a:n' the b:. next door gt
n go d -e0 of funl ();t or, thl-ir:ri -
WnI but mis. unty C.f the in
eW nt 1at eniv::< (lOt own tC.+
-~ ~ ~ ~~.I uIV:h t:d:iy ein.thes
't i :e a ht:y to enff Thu ..
C ;- . - -. :r :c v -!! r
up T n fa:4 till I litt
. 0 . - r : of t .
o f ' ' t
I:o SCi:, c r : -iin-kl a o-scioils
y. I . -! up a bi .l flI toi
0. N :-:. I; : I Fr d i ' divl:'
no~ b v'i . b ,o h( 1! fim -x. and SO I
i C .'S Up an, fr iC . :p:wo of a
ca ,or SO - to:lci of lichi:ni:..
ii Cie i, r:ol ios of that r 0
It was uindCr such diruh-:mtaes
t hat i : u:.,e iamiinlmce v:.i:h a
:wn smuc ino cen!tiv to p
:1way at Thf-ir everla.Sting ;rnli.
Their houts with th4. grindlstone are
acr-c P>lay. Still, I am glar they 1:e
to lay with. Y(,u don't see invny
grinlstne%; il New York. :nd it d.
a folo- goodl to brsih up agis
sonet)hing that hiolr-ii rrmin his ch-r
The Closed Season.
A rece-nly married West Phila'
phia girl was the innocont cause of
:ur1irh aniu--moont ! t sumnil dinnor i n
one of the dIo.n-towin hotels rcen:,
say.s ther P1hiladlel h ia 1l..c1.i '
fathber-i-la-.. hraxi-:: heen narde . I
father to the child Cf one of his bl,i
neCss i5soiat vs. n~ a:n '-d U give se . 0
pr':-Cln: tr the in;.'.it it ricognhi:
of lI honii 'r. I-~ t')i litg thatt '1 oe s
1 1iIO i-i r>wng inigs, spurons, .
he.. <imc;!rdl i.t Ih- nAuhill go (Cut rCf
fi et Clven!: i-ot line andr. giveie
braby a e:h.
Iking a '.::. busy' man. he commi-s
sIon"' d Ihis dohuightr -ini-lawV to do the
buing.Car with iii:urrtionris tir gut avr
inE Cone. Duiriu:. a lll in im re r
tin a the rinne tI:hi falr-n
sahl: "liv--, dId . rn ; e * th b'
(arriage?" "Oh. I ia : .*:i a Ci:'' ,
t:to rrnly t'-n dar .'' v.:. 1x C
"You idnt :-. m ii'if r i
pi:-i." lt e.e ieia e-nlw
"Y o.. ' i. a C rrcd ti: ymnr laJ y
"t wil i::C : m:2 - ! y wIe r
dHe5tl ii t i 8 : ::' h t
Ti : :n. -
a oei n -t . :;itn.Igeyu
to htil.~, ri. ai1sr- ti
by ir'civC ol
P. P. P.llprynn ' : ou
Air prominent C.. airl g:. inenet at
P. P. . hPn.rnes li N ie n
fetel tai , c-iL !e oee, fh o l
always ;. t l' '. . ' i1aim.Srf
If yU 0 r ti" r ! t an Chr,:r-v:eo r.len
1P. P. P0.
Ifyo ar purti el in the srlng
.1' . LPM
Tf cu diet'v -ge neeonigup
Hunting im Luxury.
Prince Demid,;jf. who has bon stay
ng at Khartu:n. has left tor the south
>n a long hnting xl ditin.
The prince, who is only 2:1, is ac
on:paLied b" a doctor, a chef and a
elit"e'an wu is to operate a fouly
uiptped cinematograph appartus,
Ahich is to record the princes mi-l
1ents, especially when licl shooting.
A private steamier has been hirt,dj
it a cost of about ?25 daily. Th.e
mtiers expect to bP absent about s':
mlienlhs and intend to make their v:'
luto the French Kongo an.d thence t.:
Lhe Atlantic coast.-Rhodesia Herald.
Alb.-rt. who its five years old, wa2
recently accipanied by his grandma
to select a birthday present for i
mothel. Ie v:anted "son:ething se
rul" and, aficr nwmay rcj-,cti:ns, it wac
.ggest ed tIat they bu y a pauir o!
oporta slippers. when he promptl
"No; maninu-a's g-.ot tuo iany of
item now. I 'wouldn't mliId getting
bi!'ton1 110tSt, tir .hQ ca*L be taken
Schoo's f arts. Siuie, Lcation,
r 11 -, . lw in , t.I t sStud
:; <f -.It-tS *. A B.t ,wd ,
!lm ar.l Ish-I , $ . oirdt 1 p
TU-'b, T Ition a it i t-d inlpl ia
0 u -S' n i - tunl;)Im. Y'or
L ' t h II. Ir s< nt,
C'ola-: bla. S. C.
Sh-all We Put "Swaik" on th: List?
Ever. now and then we hear li:ti
the word "wank." and it must be ap
leoprdy. lP* Iit tx-ems to match the
Si: uat ion. But few there are who un
derstard its precise meaning. The
Lpndon Clobe, however, comes to
tl:eir relief, for it says that "swank" is
er.lied bluff by Anme-icnns. and until
somle ;!,nills Ilrosenf-d the British ia
tion with the other word "blt" suf
ficed. "S\tanking is the gentlest of
all arts. It reifes for its success aly
n(st entirely on amiability of de
Cei an1!r. A man may smile and smile,
andl he a swanker. In fact. he has
get to. If he is not cheerful and at.
tractive. ie cannot swank. for the
swank-e. repelled, edges away, thus
rendering his swanking null and vold.
It is the wid,, cheery smile, the
hearty back slap, and the general ac
quicsconro that makes the swanker."
I! it wo:th while admitting the word
to the vocabulary?
Have Ingjenious Arrangement.
Recently the New York Tribune
made mernticn of a new East side
philhian hrol>ie mnovemlent, the Volks
lritchen. a ' eosher" eating p!ace for
ortl:e<:ox .lows. At first it was be
lio-a d 1':1m Sat urday' it could be
c; en only: for su:pper: and not for lunch
eon, as religious ,i ews (do not handin
moniey or tickets on the day of rest.
1lowever, an ingeni]ous 1plan has been
devised by mieans of which luncheon
can ihe servedl on the Je.wish Sabbath.
Tbhis pda n is the si :tt le 'ne of adopt
ing htadge o 01 ':sl ln'end of tickets.
Ott Friday s:nl4l brdo'~ areo sold for
s::veni cnts. The ober'.ant Jei pins
ii. en I hi: coat. fror !.1 ; it i is re
mfove:i tpon his en - ' tle following
(ay. Thus h'" o' :: is Sabbath
11unehorn f:': 1I: '.:s ki teheai with.
out breal:9n a n: ri a
I ---id Jone u. ..' up to find
'elker---Y'es. but .': couldn't wake.c
"1 Idint ;:et to the field siorts in
tme." 5aid t he hare. 'Was there any
"Yes. " relit d the tortoise. "that
ig kanga .oo fellow f:oml Australia
.. the record in the 100-yard
A &'ht ?R'a.er's R'aid
'l t> rob voutt of rt s5. Not so with Dr.
Kitits Yew Life Pilis. T:n-y r-over dis
'rss or inconvenience, hut aliway's
le .s tiw. e stem,.'U eui:g C tIs. Head
ache, ( onstilt:iont. iahlu-ia, :2~>c. at all
MayWemon Praise This Remedy
, . i ~ i ' t:,- for w.;maln i
'trthrr ir-'. 5 At;s :'t!is n if. I;
It a efe andl never-~'failhr. re.tba r .\:
Drngssor by mail -~0 : ts. *"l p':
p wh.i:e FRE' . ? ddn :s, TIhc .' L
Gray Co.. LeiRov, N. Y.
Drisicl's New Decks.
IMtcl. fai4l. js ej Ic'''-ve
1 -**ompletion ofi. ir:hai's TY oy
,r-: a:n t fae:: n the' .wolda
ri: is in e tha fot newi iicc g(11,5
'r!l - r t h is :n. fe l o :: anf 1 '
'lae :a. Siwc lhast uboia ll tha ah twl
aow-:a:al. hin, nit:an:iat Thie M2 I
of:a; tia. sl'e e i h th e is ioti st ltiur
et n ew Yo and thishi urcpe:at
ttia!ecor o:f oden tand a thousan
:as,h :e:x 1ous a eareroomN.
LQ iJ.i.UiJUJIL'-. UI.
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ra I p.v'T VGAG
i*J ..;J . - . a a
Lro .A r TA. ow N.. ras.n
Xl.,.w:. e IiWi. jN'ndiv pub.
n~U F)O>, & 'i; Co.,
3r. .r. W.!ia Dhii#, Andes > i. S. C.
eir S r--e h-Lv-: b-iard th:at by a
i.rai ; !*-f--:i':Z -r, p:m.- -ptIly in
.tie dl~r-sn, . . .-t o:- ) b:1Cs of cr.t
.m) on s xti arres -i, I v. ar. WO
.. ii a;:ree ae ifyou id i;. -i a your
, Itigation whIO .n SIii ed i i thi-i crop.
wV w.is~ o g:v t!:- p iblit the bmnefit
, yur exerwtee ;.s w k it will
, an iiiAuten t to I .;,ri to si.le
Tw.n -i. ytu in iht- for the
ravor of a) va, n t-p.a! .. art,
A mi rs .a Phous. & 0; Co.,,
.rthi3s m Pha t & Od Co., Ander
. h- -a .\, ' f Vt r favor
zm~ t' )
1z tv- ii- li:s. cotton
b i% 1,s .p - I .d s-venLy
p su .:% : O f s . to 11 i. acre.
L th s. i f hiuI whech
p : i:. ' Il oM the six
I &'aaLreO saty-eighit
.i,.ht i. t s::.;f e . I, raver. ni e
%4d. t t , : A m,d th:l, whLn
th tI lat .. : 1r 101 .-cr I fter
m N- i i t 'it will
be :-!;- ima le more
Jh: . .f Cotton
i.i s V . ,i e u S: my costtYon
ex . : h i t. w,:l frtiz - . bett., r than
.mi. i o iLItr.; rL-frtilizer m ai
A.n::.n PhI O.:. 4E ,Nipany
frt Tr -4 bJ, w "t.her sta1u-n
ard .rs. i , V at y oX
anv i:G encein E-0.0,% fert
by .ai a uotier gouds
J. aV:-e Drake.
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Kr. J. 11 v nts,
We wi.: i :Wiv I n )l ;.; 4 to the
reu: o :.i very :.n: 15.hl;l u.f
Th::i y,n * fort. . tertnIorof ant
ttD i.: N H .\ Es AND OIL n
\:hs -si st -.i, June s , 10r.
inderson 1. iu o.
Dos -r \.:\ :av , d Jmt Ste v Jn
s an fil-.w : i aon "-if abot 1id
wenI) v: hi15h I I . m rcoinul S ide
if.- in si I -.!. : :.u:-h. ta the
h-- r: r : : b *3 . i g3.r ner . It en
- r : 1: - 1 f . i 1.1 fo- r dr e
flo M e t twa a n
a a iw.1dyN iwrI arn
Sr: z -r . by rbund. the
Nazioxa1 Se ing Machine.Co