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| 1R0VIDENCE ami
I 1 see earthquakes
suffering while tin
slaying their thou
J?JV *' quick-firing guns.
^OBrj (loath, working hj
chance, seem out
My heart sickens
mmBammmM every living thin<
turns to disaster i
out distinction upon young ai
'lives. Or so we say when tl
whom we love as we love ours
T^aOW find fl?r>?l ortr?w?4 1? i ?i.
- V..V ov/u.v i mil,
these dangerous towers, thoso
i we brent he more freely.
For example, malaria nn<
'and whole countries over whi<
freeing themselves from a d
unjustly. At least this is win
Before the "black death'
forgotten them as not to be i
tude. liain, hail, snow, ice w
They were lurking and dread
to fight when their strength
river drift swept men's poor t
Hard winters came with
the later days. And for Ant
forees of nature bore at tin
greater severity upon him th
one of the most easily injure*'
These things drove him t
against their worst results,
upon trunks of trees, lie (
6trong places where he was sa
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?-?, TVptyl jv ous for h
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^Tfj exactly in
By R. T. SEMMES
of Savannah, Ga.
,givo just enough attention to
For ft lon?,' while I linvc
enough in earnest nhout pett
amount of ability and indus
By G. EDWARD LIND
The Colonists throw over
in... 11. i - i
i\y mill i uit'ii UUSCi.'Jld
These imported fashions
The "ohantccler" idea is
By W. FRAZER
They nro affect ionnte nn
Ami when I assume the
will be with a 6orrel top.
Some Part of
9 % Menace
HAM SCOTT PALMER
[ prudence,'' said Swedcnhorg, "act as one."
and volcanoes, wrecked ships, innocent men
3 guilty prosper. 1 see microscopic parasites
sands and mosquitoes more dangerous than
Disease, pain, misery and the incidence of
r a grim law which is morally an indifferent'
of all connection with love or with justice.
ns my mind's eye surveys the world where,
lives in some peril; and where (ho peril
is that or this "tower of Siloam" falls withid
old, just and unjust, valuable or worthless
ie tower falls upon ourselves or upon those
g happens in the world io rid us of one of
indifferent, agents of death or misery; and,
1 yellow fever are growing daily less terrible,
h that tower always shook and often fell arct
oath that slow indiscriminately, unlovingly,
it men say of it when it smites them in some
' other powers destroyed and we have so far
iware that they were once of serious niagniere
dangerous enemies among men long ago.
ful powers against which it was of little use
really was put forth. When floods rose the
reasures away and often the men themselves.havoc
such as the "black death" wrought, in
hropos, son of I* ithccant hropos, most of the
ics irresistibly; in fact, thev bore with far
an upon his animal cousins; lie was' indeed
1 of animals, and lowers of Siloam fell upon
o defense, and by degrees he learned to guard
lie learned to build houses with roi-ks and
lnveloped hia caves and lake dwellings into
fe from many of his enemies, even from temflood.
He made clothing, i>e made weapons
11 i ~ 1 l^l? i i? i i i i
, in: iiitiui: nujus, in* DiiKi'd itrend mm stored
no I v one the towers lost some part of their
One l?v one lie converted natural things to
so, even those which had formerly been perilim.
This process of his conquest passed on
present process; and we are conquering still,
the same fashion.
The greatest menace of the south is the
same peril that confronts the nation- the
disposition of the people to leave the rural
districts for the towns and cities.
The whole population has caught the
fever, and even the negroes down our way
are forsaking the farms to take up their
abode in the towns.
Now* I hold that under modern conditions
existence in our cities is fraught with
so much evil as to he destructive of character.
Young people living in I he hig urhnn
centers think of nothing but pleasure, and
their business tasks to hold their jobs.
been unable to find a town-bred bov who is
in?4 ii]) in tlio world, or who has a sufficient
try to make me want to retain him in my
Wliv is it that American women submit
to the foolish dictates of fashion from Kuropcan
countries? For instance, the "hob- |
ble skirt." Is it possible that American 1
women are unaware that by submitting to
these foolish foreign fashions they make
themselves ridiculous in the eyes of intelligent
Why, some hats come down to cover a
big part of the face!
Ilow perfectly ridiculous!
Have American women no taste in matters
of dress? Is it noi'i^iinrv .> *
(1 hotne loving and make Pino wives.
bonds of matrimony you can ho assured it
our ideas from Franco?
board the ton from Kin# George.
lanttf throw out the foolish, freakish frights
are eyesores to sensible dressers.
responsible for the wholesale slaughter of the
Rarely do you see a red-headed woman
tl'lm ilrvio rwit * n 1 1 ? '
...... .../vo ii.>i jii>oc?-na a prettier negrec OT
intelligence than her less fortunate sisters.
The red hands' steadfastness and
squareness with their friends is one largo
drawing card in their favor.
Their dislikes, I think, are sometime*
defined with a sharp line, but to offset that
characteristic look at what they do and see
what sacrifices they are willing to make for
As for temper, we all possess a little of
it, hut as a ride you will find that redheaded
beauties Kenerally nossess nn Ami
I. W. Church, the Notary Public,
of Summit, N. C., Tells How
Cardui, The Woman's
Tonic, Helped His
Summit, N. C.?"My wife had been
fclllng for nearly 12 years," writes Mr.
Church, "and at times was unable to
leave the house. She suffered agony
with her side and back. Wo tried our
family physician for many years, without
relief. After his treatments all
failed, she began to tako Cardui, and
gained in weight at once. Now Bbe 13
red and rosy as a school girl.
"Mrs. Church recommends Cardui
to all Buffering women."
Cardui Is more successful than other
remedies, because It Is "different."
It Is In a class by itself.
In over half a century, more than a
million women havo been helped to
rosy health and happiness, by using
Ibis well-known and Bcientillc woman's
Cardui acts specifically, on the we.nk- |
ened womanly organs. It helps to refresh
the worn-out nerves and is the
ideal remedy for young and old.
As a tonic for women, it has brought
As a remedy for women's Ills, its
friends say it has no equal.
N. 13.? Writ* io: T.arlles' Advisory TVpt..
flmttanooRa Mocllcino Co.. ChattanooRa.
Tontl., for Strciiil Instructions, ami f>lr?K?
book, "Homo Treatment for Women,"
uent In plain wrapper on request.
"What is tho fastest run your auto
"It ran mo $200 in debt the first
week I had it."
The Test of Time.
Benjamin Hapgood Hurt and 1". S.
lOpperson of Kansas City were motoring
in I^ong Island tho other day and
stopped at Kvan's hotel in Douglaston.
They ordered largo quantities of raw
oysters, some of which were thrown
aside by the oyster opener.
"How do you determine when an oyster
is had?" asked Kpperson.
"You wait a short time and if you
have ptomaine poisoning tho oysters
wero bad," said .Mr. Hurt. "If you arcnot
ill they were good. That's the
5iuy sale way to tell good oysters from
A gonial looking gentleman wanted
an empty bottlo in which to mix a
solution, and went to a chemist's to
purchase one. Selecting one that answered
his purpose tie asked the
shopman how much it would cost.
"Well," was the reply, "if you want
I ho empty bottle It will ho i penny,
hut if you want anything in it you can
have it for nothing." "Well, that's
fair," said the customer; "put In a
Knows Tetterine Cures Eczema,
Mockavllle, iN. C.
I have n friend In the country hero who
has suffered for years with ICczemn, and
I told hlin If ho used Tetterlno he would
soon do relieved, ror it is the only thliifj
that 1 ever used that would kill it.
I*. H. Early.
Tetterlno cures Eczema, Tetter, HIiir
Worm, ItchiiiK l'lles and every form of
Scalp and Hkin Disease. Tetterine BOc.
Tetterine Soap 25c. At druggist, or by
mall from the manufacturer. The Shuptrlne
Co., Savannah, (5a.
With every mall order for Tetterine wo
Klve a box of Shuptrino's 10c Elver I'lll*
Can You Blame Him?
"Pa, what does 'skeptical' moan?"
"That describes a man's feelings
tvhen a woman tells her age."
for IIIC Y l>.\flllC ? Hicks' CAPI'MNR
Whether from Colilx, Ili'/it, Htoninoh or
Nervous Troubles, <'npmllnu will relieve yon.
It's Mould pleasant to UiUe acts limnedlntely.
Try It. 10c., 25c., mi<l to cents at drug
When a womftn begins to toll a man
how nice looking she thinks he In ho
Immediately develops unlimited faith
!n her Judgment.
Dr. Pierce's PleaRnnt Pellets r'gulate
iikI invigorate stomach, liver nn<? bowels.
Sugar coated, tiny granules. Ec ?y to take
And many a man's reputation for
liAnoafv 4a /Iiia In )>ltJ n trlnnr nnf oul/ln
m'li vol/ in \i i?\j it iu mi i iaipt |'MV i?oi\<vj ,
:emptatlon that didn't tempt.
Kirat Chauffeur?I ran over a man
yesterday and it didn't hurt him a bit!
Second Chauffeur?How was that?
First Chauffeur?It killed him instantly!
HIS HEALTH RESTORED.
Terrible Kidney Trouble Cured Aft?r
Physicians Gave Up Hope.
Edward Gelston, 82 Wallace St.,
Ilridgeport, Conn., says: "So nainful
wore the passages of the kidney secreti
ions that neighbors
heard mo scream two
blocks away. Every
doctor in town treated
me. I was in three different
hospitals and had
two operations but was
Anally taken home to
* - die. A physician mado
~ o aflldavit that I could
not live six months. As a last report
I began taking Doan's Kidney IMlls
and soon noticed improvement. T'nder
their uso I gained in weight from 134
to 177% pounds, more than 1 ever
weighed before. Doan's Kidney rills
saved me from the grave and restored
mo to perfect health."
Remember the name?Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. HO cents a
box. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Huffalo, X. Y.
On Authority of Teacher.
A quick witted boy, asking food at
I a farmhouse too recently ravaged by
i other hungry fishing truants, was told
that he was hig enough to wait until
i at- iiome.
"Of course, if you have children
j with yon hesitated the kindly
' woman of tho house, and was inline'
dintely Informed that there were six
I children in the party.
"No, I don't tell a HI), neither," was
j the indignant protest later drawn
! fort I) by the condemnation of one who
had shared the Rood bread and butter
thus secured. "Fib nothin'. We're
children six times ov< r. We're chil<i
I'nn />f Itni1 f-il OI.-I mntlin?> *. ?* J 1
(Iron of God. children of our country,
children ol the church an' children of
! grace. Teacher snid so last Thursday,
and I guess she ought to know."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every hottlo of
CASTOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In T'se For Over JJO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
A Sure Sign.
i understand, Mr. Iteuhcn," said
| tlio visitor, "that your son is devoted
to the turf."
"Ya-as, I reckon he is," said the old
I man. "Jahez kin lay down on the
; grass for hull hours 'thouht makin' no
! complaint."?Harper's Weekly.
ED CKKRS, "The grand old man," he
is oalied f<>r ho w so honest limdlinf?
horses hi raees. He savs: "I have; use'!
Sl'OllXS DISTEMPER Cl'RK for !-'
years, always with host Mieeesp. It is the
only remedy I know to eure nl! forms of
distemper and prevent horses in same sta
Iil? having the disease." SOe and $1 a ho!
tie. All druggists, or m.miif let 111rr< Spolin
j Medical Co., Chemists, tio.slu'n. Ind.
Howell?Every man tins liIs price.
Powell?Well, I wouldn't have to
| borrow money to pay yours.
, What Murine Eye Remedy Does to
tho Eyes is to Refresh, Cleanse,
Strengthen and Stimulate Healthful
Circulation, Promoting Normal Conditions.
Try Muriii in your Eyes.
"Cnn you offer any security?"
"Well, I'm willing to leave my
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! Thi> formula I* plainly |irln.c<l on n<\ry liottlc
howlnx It Is slnipljr Utilnln?? and Iron In i? taMo|
lc?n form. Tim oulniuo (ItIvon out th<< nut arm
mill tn? Iron txillax tip tbo Rystoru. Mold by all
; iloalers (or 80 years, l'rico ftO cents.
There Is said to be a professor of
languages in an eastern rollego who
has mastered all tho modem tongues
?except his wife's.
Sore throat leads to Tonsilitis. Quinsy
I and Diphtheria. Hamlins Wizard Oil
used an a gargle upon the first symptoms
of a sore throat will invariably prevent
?n ?i.??? <i .i 1
* ?? mux \ji Uicnc UMMtl UJMNIPCS.
The average inan would not perjure
himself If he pleaded guilty to
tho chargo of amounting to but little.
Silence may give consent or it may
10 ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use " LA
Many women suffer needlessly from ?irlho<
hood nnd from motherhood to old age?w
dizziness or headachc. She becomes broker
K03, nti vvsurtf IIIUUUIC UHU ICCIS IIFCU irom
night. When pains and aches rack the worm
frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presci
Tfils Proscription has, for over UO ye
curing delicate, weak, pain-wracked
hy the hundreds of thousands and ti
I the privacy of their homes without t
I ml to submit to indelicate question
offensively repugnant examinations.
Sick women arc invited to consult in coi
World's Disi*:nsary Medical Ass'n, R.V. I'ie
Dr. Pibrck's (Jrhat Family Doctor Booi
Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date
Plain English hosts of dclicatc questions whicl
ought to know about. Sent free to any at
stamps to cover cost of wrapping and maili
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IN THE HANDY, EVE
! ' '1 r=^ ^ oil*#
home. Saves tools
not break. Does no1
, gBi^SSa^ > MANUFACTURED OY
? , r . Standard Oil Company
, Daalarc Evirywhern <incnrporM?.?
! THE MALARIA
If the mosquito were as big as
the air ike a gigantic death-breat
of a mosquito sows the germs c
multiply with wonderful rapidity
fever with other forms of malaria
?nd sap the strength.
It is the modern malaria mec
antidote for malaria poisoning,
quenches the fever fires. It sta
consequences of the disease. 11
helpful healing work of OX1D1N
revitalizes the system, enriches I
stomach, bowels, liver and kidn
body on a fighting footing of supi
The tonic qualities of OX1E
medicine for all weak, run down,
the best body-building tonic mo:
50c at Your .
PATTON-WORS11A M Dlifr. I'll
j? The straight shooting,
I ting, sure-firing 22's.
w The reason why UMC .22 Cartr
M that they are made with precisely
same tested materials and undergo
i heavy hollow poi
" CrCaS'n^ ^1e'r ^
^ ??8 the union metallic cart
"<v?^ Ajrncy : 209 Rroadwi>, Nev
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BOYS' Shoes, $2.00, $2.50 <1 $3.00. BERT
W. L. Oovulan $3.UO, anti 94.L
lira po?/f/tre/.y thn hunt mado xnt/ mi
ulmr mhomm for tho prion fit America,
f/?e moot ononomfoal mhotits fur you
Do yon realize that my kIidcs have been iho sli
HO year*, that I make nml hell more S.'i.OO, S;
lion than utiv other inmiii(nrtur?r In tho I
I.Alt I'D It IM>I,I.AU, 1 OI AIIANTKI1. >1 VSHOI
shape, look ami III hotter,find iv?nr longer t hun a
S1I.50 or 94.(H> ?hnc? von ran hnv ? Quality <
ma<l? mr shoe* TIIIC LKADKKS OK Till: \VO
Von will he pleated when you buy 111 v nIiooh heo
fit anil nppenranee, anil when it eomea time for ;
j chase another pair, yon will hr> more t l?an pleam
the la?t one* worn ao well, and irave toil no muo
if<? i orimi ?..T?. ?i- .
i IV/IV 1 n.Miw* *'iii price tumped on ll'ir bottom.
If TO?rdfa!?r cannot supply vi m with W. I.. IMiutliti Sli<><'
w. i.. iiocui.Ait. it
inly ttyslem at
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heir /iav> 19 '*
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i, The People's Common Sense
edition?1000 pages, unswers in
1 every woman, single or married*
Idress on receipt of 31 one-cent
tig only, in French cloth binding.
R-READY TIN OILER
3d for any need in the
from rusting. Can cant
gumor become rancid.
ron SALE BY
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
it is bad, it would darken
King dragon. Each sting
>f malaria. These germs
. Then come chills and
lhat undermine the health
?a bottle proves. J
licine and the one sure
It kills the chills. It
mps out the cause and
tats only the beginning of
i^. It builds up the body,
the blood, tones up the
eys. OXIDINE puts the
)INE make it the best
thin, pale persons. It is
ney can buy.
.. Mfrs., Pallas, Texas.
\lso made with the
int bullets, thereby
locking and killing S
J solid bullet.
iok" ,22's /****. ^
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