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th ecrestof Eagle's Nest
the beakfast-horn h
the quip of my bmrades brown g
e oet eel and rd'
pace for the streams that race
e, hills-ofhe Land of God'
of the ferns in the brackeled
__Te g eof the loam 'neath my feet.
A venison snack a drowse, and back W
With a heart of hope and weal.
This may list low to the men who know b<
The tricks of the Street's mad strUe,
But if I may, just let me *ay- B
By George, call it life! SciI
--Richiard W taIn Success -Ka-!s
fiABRIEL PERLEY, 0Ul1E P
By PERSIS 'WItITE.
Gabriel Perley, guide, looked at
my suitcase suspiciously. I looked at 1
it, too, and shuddered. He was thin. at
-7wiry and surly, with a mouth like a vl
."Ain't you leaving at a funny aL
time?" he. quizzed. His accent was hz
that of a French Canadian halfbreed, bi
and such a mongrel he was. a
"I should wait if it weren't for that L
"Day after to-morrow," lie mused,
"Yes," y apped, "I know when T
the sen ope well as you 4 o." 01
G ?_Qel replied on" -gig some si
R .m from his mouth ana rap-gi
-&J in a dirty scrap of birch ba.k;n
'tbA e looked at the suitcase agal . in
My eyes, too, were magneted back I
"Look here," he whispered, draw- a
ing too close and leering horribly;
"you know I'm a poor man. All the ge
-snowshoes I made last winter only w
brought me in $90, and that's gone., in
And, besides, you know I'm onto you am
and your game.' Here he stopped, di
.aware tha't the glint of his eyes was 10
more eloquent than words. "In half 9
an hour we'll be at Greenville, anA I
then it will be up to you to take your 01
choice. You can eitner-" le
Just at that instant my suitcase fell P
on its side and I reeled. Gabriel
"Confound it!" I growled; "these 9
bathtub boats are all right enough,!
but why do they need to play billiards e
with the 'andings like that?" I
Gabriel made no answer. The Ka
tahdin was whifingheself away from
the wharf. I could make out Green- t
ville now-a higgeldy-piggledy town,
in the heart of the great Maine forest.
. A noise startled me and I discov-b
ered that my suitcase was in Gabriel
Perley's clutches. a
"Put that down!" I stammered. aj
Gabrilel merely glared. "Oh, come
- *... .g out my pocket-: i
- - just what I am
*;'ll have to,.be!
.bout the empty a
- the money, while t
4ainlst him. What a
pity, I thought, to come at this stageT
of the game to blackmail and brib
The guide touched me on the 0
shoulder. His expression was alto- p
gether changed; instead of wearing
the bullying, big-chief air, he had a
simmered down to a meek cigar-storet
"Just once!" he was' bickering,a
pointing to the valise.
"What do you .suppose I paid you.
for, you fool?" I said in a'low voice,
peering round the deck. "Think I'mt
going to run the risk of--you knowa
what-for your sake?" d
Gabriel licked his chops. "Oh, let.
her go, then. I thought if yout
weren't so blamed stingy I'd tell yout
a story that would fit your case like a 0
shell in a shotgun. But, anyhow,s
thiere ain't no time to tell it proper; 0
we'll be tied up at the Greenvillet
wharf in ten minutes."
I reflected. Apparently there wase
noone on deck. I pulled a flask of d
in from my pocket and thrust it into
"H'm! so you carry it round with
you, do you?" he whined, emptying it
all at one gulp. much as one frog
swallo's another.' Then he began:
"I used to be something of a smug
gler myself once. It was up at the
Little Fork camp. That's the biggest a
log outfit in Aroostook, you know. b
How well I remember that night!
All the lumbermen was a-eussing
Maine out for being a milk-and-ice
water State, and fussing about prohi
bition. Say, that booze of yours isP
. strong, eh?
"Well, I told 'em, I says, I could
get 'em all the rum they wanted, from
COanada, if they'd pay me proper. q
They says they would, so I started. 1
"Its-was an early season, and the ice f
a~5Sjst beginning to melt. The riv- c
ers at that time of the year, you i'
n~ow, ain't high, but they're liable I
to get high powerful sudden." a
"Hurry up with your .story," I C
Urgedl. "We're right at Greenville, t
-The drunken guide squinted film-t
fly at me and went on: "Well. I got 1t
the rum at St. Joseph. I k'nowed a s
Frenchman there and I hired him and' t
his team and started to tote the spir- a
its. We crossed the American line, f
Pand got to the northwest branch all C
rlight--that's where I *as a-going to C
Put. in. I loaded the rum into a lum- t
berman's scow and started down ~
-The river, as I say. wa'n't t
d the current wa'n't swift. E
~scow wa'n't loaded low, so I ~
Sit was my chance to make ~
ed :~Ie. But I was too slow: some C
told me there was a posse on
my trai in canoes. That settled the t
scow business for me; I b)orr'owed a
canoe from them and shifted my
duffle. That set her darn low in the.
- water, but I knowed she'd stand it .
-till I got to the Big Thunder Rips.
nd then I cal'lated to cache part of
liquor. Gee! that su~itcase ofI
urs is all the time getting under j
oot, ain't it?"'
"Hurry'" I h'~rged.
Gabriel reeled. gesticulated and
as 'way- ahead: of the r - e
sse.: But. I was a-gain
ecnurent was mighty d
ve killed him, but my I g as
mne. He was as mean a cuss-as I
'er see. Why-why do you know
hat the fellow done to-"
I shook Gabriel to his feet. "Brace
)," I commanded.
"Yes, yes. Lou, he hung to the
est shore, but I couldn't see what
then. I kept a-midstream to catch
.e current,' and you bet I was gain
g-poling to save my life. Lou
as 'way up behina me, dropping his
.noe down slow and easy like; he
'n't even trying to catch me.
"Sudden I hears a roar! There's a
,nd in the river there; it was the
ig Thunder Rips! I slumps my pole
quick, but she clinks in a crack and
Laps at the shoe. A barefooted pole
a'n't no use there, so I yanks out a
.ddle-course it was too late to
ake shore. Then I takes and throws
it some of them boxes. Gee, what a
ty! Say, boss, if there's anything
can't stand for it's to chuck away
"For heaven's sake," I beseeched,
nish your story!"
"Well, there was, Lou! IA was be
w me now. Yes, below me, I say,
the foot of the Rips; he had poled
ong the shore-and it was powerful
ick poling, too. He was a-looking
me, awful! He had his rifle in his
nds. I tried to keep her straight,
t it wa'i't no use. The foam was
churning over her bows. There was
)u! He was standing there and
aring at me, awful! awful!"
"Yes, I see." "I was swimming.
ie Rips was a-pulling me under.
2ere was Lou! -He was paddling
it to me, dreadful slow, and I was
aking. . Ugh! He leans over the
inyale and gripples me round the
ck, like this. Then-then he starts
a-a-strangling of me; and-and
Gabriel Perley's body lunged
ains t mine. As he fell to the floor
tb- Katahdin I rushed across the
ngj, ank and sneaked over the
.arf -o the New York train. Once
sie iy stateroom I bolted the door
id v:a ted. When at last the train
d st-, I threw the window up, and
,-ed out. We were trestling a
rge; I could see the rapids below.
opened my suitcase and threw it all
it-both raw skins, the pair of ant
rs and even the two tails.-Boston
A New Industry For:i
Our Government has undertaken
teach the farmer how he may de
re an additional profit from the by
-oducts of his farm, and this is to be
-ought about by converting into de
Ltured alcohol of all refuse veget
le matter. Frozen potatoes, rotten
>ples, stale watermelons, cornstalks
id cobs--in fact, any vegetable that
unfit for consumption is yet good
iough to yield alcohol.
The Department of Agriculture has
eted a model still; and lids obened
school in Washington for instruc
n in\ the method of manufacture
id in the/use of denatured alcohol.
e distilling plant is the smallest
actical outfit which can be operated
-ofitably, and it has a daily capacity
twenty-five~ bushels .of corn which
'oduce seventy-five gallons of alco
31 ninety-fwe per cent, pure. Such
plant would cost at least $2500
io great an investment for the ordi
ryfarmer, but easily made possible
id profitable if erected .jointly by a
imber of farmers living in one com
Comparatively few farmers are able
Spersonally inspect the model still
:Washington, but the Agricultural
epartment has planned to offset this
sadvantage. The experimental sta
ons in each State will send experts
this alcohol school to become thor
ghly acquainted with the plant it
If, and to take a course of lectures
2 the subject. When these men re
irn to their respective States they
ill be fully qualified to teach the lo
L farmers the best methods for pro
cing denatured alcohol.
At the present time in France there
ce 27,000 farmers who operate dis
leries for producing alcohol used
iindustrial purposes, and there is
o reason that the agriculturists in
is country should not turn their at
mtion to this profitable business.
[any of our farmers use gasoline for
anning pumps, corn shellers, saws
ad other machinery, and there would
e a great saving were alcohol, man
factured from the vegetable refuse
'hich ordinarily is wasted, to be sub
:ituted for the expensive oil.-Har
Of Course, It's Time.
A farmer had a mile of tile that
it working and he went to the
>wer end to Investigate. He found it
ll of snakes of all kinds that had
rawled into the tile and become
-edged there. Failing to pull them
ut he got his team, and tying a rope
round them started to haul them
ut. After a good, sharp pull or two
ae team loosened them, when it was
:und that the first ones had crawled
i they came to the end of the tile,
bose that followed becoming hungry
wallowed the one ahead, and was in
arn syLallowed by the one .that come
fter. In this way they filled the tile
ll. He pulled out over eighty rods
f snakes, and as each had swallowed
ne, that had also swallowed one,
hat had also swallowed one, etc., and
s each had b'een swallowed by one,
bat had also been swallowed by one,
t., it was estimated that originally
here must have been 238 ngiles of
nakes in the tile. The first one was
hasing a bullfrog, which luckily es
aped by crawling throu-gh a hole in
he side of the tile, but the snake
ouldn't bend short enough to make
he turn. It was a close call for the
ulfrog, and the tile flow works to
erfection.-Britt (Iowa) Tribune.
Turkey's government has just
laced with a firm of cotton mill
wners of Leeds, England, an order
or about 1.500,000 yards of khaii
loth for the- Turkish army. The
ontract is the largest placed 'for
Denatured alcohol has been suc
cessfully manufactured from flax
straw at the North Dakota Agricul
tural College. The yield of thirty-five
gallons a ton does not make it a pay
The "singing arc" has lieen so far
perfected that it is made use of as an
avIveptisement feature of a Paris shop.
The lamp hangs in front of the store
and at all times during the day aial
night there is a continual concert of
musical features inferspersed with
vocal references to the virtues of the
articles to be found on sale within the
One of the latest Parisian inven
tions is the trackless trolleys and they
threaten to be taken up in America
within a few'years. The new cars
are a good bit on the order of the
present electric vehicles, but *:.Y
have rubber tires and run on any of
the streets. They are much cheaper
to operate. do not interfer with other
street traffic and can be constructed
in a short time.
A new kind of piano, the choxal
celo, has the ordinary keys and ham
mers, which may be used. it desired,
but is also provided with electro mag
nets, arranged to vibrate the wires
without striking with the hammers.
The tones, when produced by the
action of the electro magnets, are
said to resemble those of an organ
combined with a stringed instrument,
giving more novel possibilities of mel
Staff Surgeon Oswald Rees, of the
British navy, says the negro's color
gives him an advantage over the
white man in the stoke hold, as well
as in the sun. "In the sun," this au
thority explains, "dark skins resist
heat better; in the stoke hold It ra
diates heat better." Dr. Rees says
the little thin man loses heat much
more rapidly .and, therefore, is a
much better stoker than is the more
The latest invention In wireless
telegraphy Is the construction of an
underground station in Parla. It is
being erected in the Champ de Mars,
and will probably be open for use
next month. The station will be
fitted up on the latest approved lines,
and comprise a machine room, a
transmitting pole * and accommoda
tion for the officials. By the Intro
duction of a" 100-horsepower engine
it is hoped that messages may be ex
changed with ' places about 5000
miles distant. The result of the ex
periment will be awaited with much
A system of wireless signaling for
airships has been invented by Dr.
Friedrich Lux. The idea of the In
ventor, states the Electrical Engineer,
is that all airships should be equipped
with a receiving apparatus which will
weigh only six pounds, and that wire
less' signaling .stations should be
equipped all over the country at
about fifty kiloms. apart. At inter
vals of five minutes these signal sta
tions should send out wireless mes-.
sages by which they could be identi
fled and aviators informed of their
whereabouts. A combination of a
few letters would, it is suggested, be
sufficient to distinguish one station
from ancther; .and by the increasing
or decreasing strength of the electric
impulse the aviator could tell whether
he was approaching or receding from
a particular station.
SIEK MORE DURAU~LE PAPER.
Several Nations in Quest of Medium
That Will Better Preserve Records.
Alarmed regarding the permanency
of their State papers and other valu
able documents, the leading Govern
ments of the world, headed by the
United States, are seeking paper of
as nearly as indestructible character
as can be made. This announcement
was made in a statement issued by
the Department of Agriculture, which
was prepared by F. P. Veitch, chief of
the leathe-r and paper laboratory, Bu
reau of Chemistry, on. "The Need for
Already several Governments have
Introduced stringent requirements
with which record paper must com
ply. The need In this country for
more durable paper is a real one, Mr.
Veitch declares. Important State pa
pers, correspondence,- deeds, bonds,
certificates, ledgers, court records and
certain printed documents are so val
uable, It is stated, that it is absolutely
necessary that the paper upon which
they are printed should be as nearly
indestructible as possible.
It Is declared that the quality of
the paper Is not the only problem that
should give concern. So rapidly are
records of all kinds increasing that
their proper storage and safekeeping
are a serious problem. Paper should
be not only durable, but light and
thin, so that the burden of its proper
handling and storage may be reduced
as far as possible.
Sherlock in the Kitchen.
The modern Sherlock climbed
through the window and entered the
"His wifew is away," ejiaculated
Sherlock, as he surveyed the room
with the critical eye of Scotland Yard.
"I shall find out how 'long she has
And then Sherlock bega . to count
the soiled dishes piled up on the
"She has been away exactly four
teen days," he commented.
"And how did you find that out,
chief?" asked his assistant.
"Why, It's dead easy! Married
Imen never wash their dishes when
their wives are away, and there are
just forty-two soiled plates on that
shelf. That means ztee plates a
day for fourteen days."-Chicago
-Newspaper Ads. Ar~ Cheapest.
-Newspaper advertis~jg is the cheap
est advertising kn n. That is t'
say, it reaches . eople in propo
- on to the m expended than a:
et~he~r kind rvertising.
A Wlierit BspWar.
A curious ceremony has Just taken
place at Geneva, - where a yong
woman 20 years of age Was -baptized
in one 'of the bathing establishments
aecording to the rites of the Miller
She appeared in chemisette and
shert skirt and stood up to her knees
In twater, adid so remained. while the
- ninister read some passeges from -the
New Testament. The minister wore
a frock coat and- high boots. Taking
the postulant by the -waist be plung
ed and asperged her copiously. Then
she was taken Into a room and dry
clothing given her. This Is the see- n
ond baptism of the kind which has
ta.ken 'place in 'qneva.-London Ir
On a few of the larger -ocean liners e
a trained nurse may -e found, but S
the idea Is novel to train steward- b
estes as such. t
AN INTERESTINg CASE OF THE PRES- I
IDENTOFTE FARMERS' UNION.
A few days -ago a gentleman. related the
case of Mr. ,. Matty McMichael, a promi- t
aent citizen of Jackson, Ga., and a member c
of the. Legislature from Butts County. U
About four years ago handing his wife a
pair of soissors he dropped them andstruck
his right leg just above the ankle. In a few
,days his leg was so badly swollen and se
very painful be sent for hf physfeian. and
in spite of all that could be done blond poi- e
son developed. and he was confined to his ,
bed for more than a year suffering tortures,
and the case bec-ime so desperate he was
brought to. A-lanta for his leg to be ampu
tated. During nl of this time it vms neces
sary to administer morphine to relieve his
pain, and the long continued use of the
morphine produced the habit. 'His general t
system became so thoroughly poisoned with
the drug that it produced a very serious
condition of his heart. he would have attacks
with his heart and remain un--onscious as C
long as ten and eleven hours. He could not t
leave the morphine off, it was necessary for
him to take as much as three or four grains
every hour daring the day. In consulting I
with his physicians and family as to going to
a Sanitarium to be treated for the morphine
his physit-lans gave him no hope and plain
ly told him and his family 4hat he could not
be cured, if he attempted to take treatment
he could not live more than a few days, and
in his present condition he was liable to die
at any time from one of his attacks with his
heart. After the consultation he decided to f
go to Dr. W. A. Starnes' Sanitarium in At- 1
lanta, Ga., which he did. In six weeks he
left. the Sanitarium thoroughly cured of the
morphine, his general condition was better
than it had been for more than three years.
To-day there isn't a man in Butts County
who enjoys any better health,-his-weight is
two hundred andtwenty five pounds. - The
people of hisi..county were so proud of his
cure that they sent him to the Legislatu
this puast summr..
Mr. McMi'halsays: "It shows you that
this disease can be cured if properly treated
and I reconaimend Dr. W. A. Starnes' Sani
tarium in Atlanta,'Ga., and his method of
treatment, and I will further state, that any
one who will o to him-and follow his in
structions will be cured."
Time is not -money, argues the Bds
ton Post, whei.jou -waste a shill
ing's worth to savie a pennu.
In all its forms. among all ages of horses
and dogs. cured and others in the same
stable prevented from having the disease
with Spohn's Distemper Cure. Every bot
tle guaranteed. Over 500,000 bottles sold
last year. 50c. and $1.00. Good druggists.
or send to manufacturers. Agents wanted.
Write for free book. Spohn Med. Co..
Spec. Contagious Diseases. Gosben, Id.
Sometimes it seems easiest, says
Puck,. to number your successes by
counting the canes you didn't take.
Allen's Lung Balsam will cure not only a
fresh cold. but one of those stubborn
coughs that usually bang on for months.
IMoney, confesses the New York
Press, makes a man wish he had the
brains to make It.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets reguate an<L
hnvigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take
Danger con never be surmounted,
Doctor vaurself w-h,-n you feel a enld
comin. w'ith a few doss'of Perry Davis'
Painkiller. Better than quinine and safer,
"Yes," said lIirnister Wu to an
aviator, "but could .you fly to New
Yok?" Mr. Wu knows what the
really successful flying machine will
be for, boasts the New York World.
Mrs.Winelow's Soothing Syrup for ChildrenI
teething,,softensthegums, reduces inllanm
tion,aflagspam~iureswnd colic,.25e a teottle.
A rolling stone gathers no moss,
admits Smart 'Set, but who wants to
be a mossback?
Rough on Rats in Out Buildings.
In setting Rough on Rats in out build
ings after mixing it well with any food de
eided upon, separate into spnall bits, place
on several 'pieces of. boards and put theseI
here and there under the Aoors. Close up
all openings karge enough for Dogs, Cats or
Chickens to enter, but leave some small
opnings for Rats to get in and out. One
25c. -box of Rough on Rats, being all
poison, will make enough mixture to clear
out in one or two nights setting, hundreds
of Rate and Mice. 15c., 25c.. 75c. at
Druggists. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
A manr g'iy claim that he is too
proud to beg and too honest to steal,
remarks the Philadelphia Record,
when he really hasn't-.the. nerve to do
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Dr. D~et hon's Relief for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action is remarkable. Removes the cause
and disease guickly disappears. First dose
greatly benefits. 75c. and $1. All druggist.
Cause for Surprise.
Some' years ago Frank A. Munsey,
he megazine man, 'hired a priva~te
secretary. Speaker Reed dropped In
to cal,1 on Mr. Muinsey, 'who was an
old friend of his. The secretary said
tht Mr.Sinse' 'was engaged.
"Allrigt,"sa-id Reed, "'ll1 wait."
At the end of half an hour Mun
sey's door opened and the purblisher
appeared shiowing 'his caller out. See
ing the Speaker he grasped -his hand
and dragged him into 'his offiee. An
hour later, rwhen Reed had gone,
Mr. Munsey called' his secretary.
"Lock here!" he saiid, "what do
you man by letting Speaker Reed
wait unannounced half an hour?"I
"Wa-wa-wath that Mr. Reed?''
"It certainly was."
"Why, I thought it wath the Rev.
Dr. John 'Hell," said the secretary.
"Dr. -Hall ha~s been dead .two years,"
answered Munsey, severely.
"I iknow it," replied the secretary.
"Thath why I thought It wath tho!
RESTORES LOST POWERS weal
an is like a clock run down. MU ON'M
ITALIZER will wind him up an4 make
'm go. If you are nervous, if you are
ritable, If you lack conddence in your
,lf, if you do not feel your fulll maal
gor, begin on this remedy at once. There
re 75 VITALIZER tablets in one bottle
rery tablet is full of -vital power. Don
>end another dollar on quack doctors 01
purlous remedies, or ilt your a em witt
armful drugs. Begin on UNTtYONE
ITALIZER at once, and you will begim
> feel the vitalizing etffect of this remed
fter the urst dose. rriee, OF. post-rad
[unyon, 53rd and Jr.erson, a, a.
Louisiana produces two-thirds
he world's supply of sulphur, mu
f it being melted by steam 600 fe
nier ground and pumped to the si
Mor more goods brighter and faster color than
LI - tn. any crp withont ripPing aparv. N
1 u v:S1 fRVE FLOWERS.
If a bit of saltpeter or carbon
if soda is put into the water
rhich cut flowers are to be placf
he flower3 will keep much long
han If they are put in plain wat
LImost the same effect may be p
ured If a little bit of plain saIL
ised,; although perhaps the coars
ngredients are better.-Washingi
Itch cured -in 30 malutes by Woolfoi
ianitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggi
"John. dear," said tihe invali
vife, "I'll have to rtn away Xom y
or an hour or so today. I liave
et the material for a new dress ti
"But," complalned the 'patient,
rou think It Is, right to be thinki
if dress while I am so ill?"
"Why, John, It will be all right,
natter what bappens. It's e bla
EHIS SKIN OFF IN SHREDS
:tching Was Intense-Sleep Was (
- ten Impossible-Cured by Cu
ticura in Three Weeks.
"At first an eruption of sniall pusts
xmmenced on my hands. These spre
ater to other parts of my body, and 1
tehing at times was intense, so much
hat I literally tore the skin off in shr
a seeking relief. The awful itching int
ered with my 3prk considerably, and a
:ept me awaka ights. I tried several d
ors and also used. a number of differ<
intments and lotions but received pr
ically no benefit. Finally- I settled'do
o the use of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oi
nent and Cuticura Pills, with the res
hat in a few days all itching had ces
Lnd in about three weeks' time all trax
if my eruption had disappeared. I ha
iad no trobuie of this kind since. H.
Crutskoff, 5714 Wabash Ave.,:-Chicago, I
Wovember 18 and 28, 1907."
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp:, Sole Pro
f Cuticura Remedies, Boston, Mass.
Some people do not try to reach 1
op because, explains the Chics
ews, 1:hey consider the 'bottom
HIS DAYS NUMBERED.
ow a Youngstown Man Disappoin1
John H. TrAtbe, 342 Harvard
'oungstown, Ohio, says: "In spite
bree. different doctors I was gett
worse, and was told I couldn't 1
-' six months. TI
called it Bright's c
ease. My limbs wi
swollen so badly
had to keep to1
house for n:
months. 't'he ur
was thick, *passa;
were frequent a
canty and my head was sore and d
:y. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
he advice of .a friend, found cc
let~e relief in time, and two ye;
iae now passed without a sign
Remember the name-Doan's. a
>y all dealers. 50 cents a box. F
:er-Mlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
There are -practically no fire
gis in Japan, but the Yokoha
City Council has made an approp
tion to -buy two.
Your attention is called to the adver+
nent of The Rawleighi Co., who offer
.able employment to those who car
~heir regqun ementsi. The Company'
ern busmuea~s has grown so rar. ?
:hey have bought real estate s -
i large warehouse at~ Memn
which is their branch from w- -
arn trade is supplien. T'
ald established and respo
Some sinners do.
ause, suggests t -
hey fear there - .*:
loy n heaven
Whethe.- . -
tely. 's. . - --~ as d
The. Ch c....... aters
eggs, 'which a hard-bol
Dne finds them . 1 the roads
places for refresh-nent. The Ce)
ials have an expression, "Eggs o:
undred years." The eggs are
tlways a century in age, but one
ble to get them for many yes
The Celestials have a 'preferei
or the egg of the duck or goc
rhey are placed, with aromnatic her
n slaked lime for a pcrioi more
ess long, the minimum time of tre
nent being five or six weeks. Un<
he infgience of time, the yolk liti
les, and 'takes a dark-green col
['he white coagulates, and becon
;reen. The <product of the eggs 1
hineso eat as hors d'oeuvres, and
s said to have the taste of lobster
e ugly, grizzly, gray h a Ue
The Caddif sAdvie.
The .caddie fofonii d n arend'
the course silently, sol-mnf but not
unobservant. Their-wAke "ehind was
marked by nears and gashes Ii the
turf. At length .he ventured on a ten
tative remark: "Ye'll be a stranger
to these parts, maybe" '
"Well, not exactly a stranger."
Whirrwahirr-swish! And one more
gash appeared as a lump of turf soar
ed -aloft 'and came down fifty yards
away. "You see," the golfer conclud
ed, "I was born here. bult I have
been away many years now. All my
olk- are buried hereabouts."
"I loot. ye'll no' go deep eno' with
your driver," remarked the caddie'
"ye'd better tak' your iron."--Liver
Texas is said' to .have *elecl.ed its
"Lone Star'' enblem through a mere
accident. %A lalf cenitury or so ago
men's overcoats were ornamented
-with -large 'brass button. It happen
ed that the butions 2the overcoat
h of Governor Snifth of Te'a %hadthe
et impress of a five-pointedidir. Fdr
want of a seal one of these abutton
was cut off and usea. :
F AD ELMIS
my other eye. One I" pWeageieoPotsSU alimer,
rita f"o tree booklet-How to 1he, Blsand
It's a case cf the survival othe
te fittest, in modem society.
For Cult>) aad 01MI..
d, ck's CA'oDM 18 th m rwanedy-'
er relieves the aching and teverishness-enres
the Cold and restores normal condiions.ea. '
liquid-;-effects immediately. 10c.. 25o.
,-- We., stdrug stores,
The great uplift is aided by the
aBuy Your Cce
No chance for Dust and
It isclean full.weight a
he OF OEW C
e 1 oi.2
Ley - olfa
ey -vr ele v
ned fo 9'or-oi-rs
D - -~ '
T - it will often peiwent
4I an~~ d sends tetand
.3. Inen- aeadvr
AU Drssists, 25 cns
orWanted At Once-A an
-d T10ak00' Pe al ti~pae
a Pse. *-We areeone of.h agstiaotr an
Imanufacturrai the U. S. Oar/esptat ad ss
lOt JOne Milion 3.llars. We msksovOerdet.
. anteed. Our ftactest have ov5er: a ee r spea.
r1 deiere to~ frea ether, frm a wagon 5iU4ar
totbabove;Ifshorlt.. nMema.tots earSlsoi
eryhin petaiingtoonr businesuin his daickd. Not
ice ev r me st,.wrn nr a-weeurd t o
t et wfth one whs -to extavagant otoo old oO
Se. yo-n. We----*to bearfrom me-wh- harebe- a
sueausful-bonat, Industriou men who winl be ald dd
or; $10 PetMonth Clear Proflt
at aborwdmno seshe esear. $1300 the secosd yer,5
r 1fyo are fairn well aqainted in y~ e5-r I
. e n you yo an 1 the peeition. lose no tine iswtM
l- usforg1ul particulars as we are non' ragdly -SUInt.
etthisposition a man must bo ebtohe4e
hsetoconduct the busines. also geod
e referencise. It you cno tthee
write- i go can meet them. uria o se
aelosrfor. The -oiinpr i
- r e. paas e
A CRE -TORER. Prl
the fune n he
of the Word and the
the most emine .
dalthat the compone
of Figs and Eii cf Sen
known to and app:-vd by h
fore, the Culifora Fig Syrup Co
lishes a full statement with every packag.
The perfect puity and.uniformity of pro.
duct, which thy .ma in a -lxative
emedy ofancthicdherea** "e
by the Companys
Senam t6 rmt
'FEE CA&H A
IRLEANSS LJ -
o matter hovr sens
ctory nerves IDay A.
[t WOrking COnditi F
Oil Ue~r r
~quipped with Smok( e
'11 not detect the ~L~e.
;moke. The new
- vriety of stle :+
cy .o the /
I -asnit er~-*i-a- aMuthmmn. R. "'*
Iuym.kia8m8aI W& w0w0u,
q. - I
coI .Q reta.