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Ant old place, I
hAT is a "gay cat?" Per
iraps you have never heard
01 him, though you know
tom cats. wil(i cats and fem
inine "Cats." lie is anl in
tert: ling combination, and his spe
cies is numbered by thousands. lie is
half-traip. availing himself of all the
hiobo' 's expedients for gadding about
the world without paying for his trav
els, and half-man with a trade, the
goal of whose rambles is always a job.
-olnlmpt f(- "APUN.-NC e9,'
"ride the velvet," which ne. 'o pay
railroad fare. Hut he also incr rs the
"'bum's"' astonishieid disd:tin because or
ihis inrcorcigible hrabit of lookinug for
"We ~rav'el fr'om wanderlust, fromt
love of adv1entutre.'' e'xplatined an ex
"gay cat,'' who had joinred the "'homye
guard'" of t hose who have ('easedI fronm
rambling. "W~\hen I was a yourtih I
wanrted to see tihe ('ounrtry. andi~ see it
right. I wanited e'xc'i t(eent. I had a
good trade anrd was lving~ at homne.
but the Inure of tihe road cal led me.
''I could( hiave paid ear fare aind rid
den in tire railway e'ars, but you ('anr't
see thle coutirry that way. W\htti mart
lookirng lthrghi tlhe windows of a Pull
man car, kniows anything abourt the
regions lbhrough wich'i he has passed ?
Your mulst t r'avel a few houir -s at a timrie.
on a siow~ freight, andI be I throwun off
ut thle most uniexpiected irlaces by
brakemrern. to see the count ry. Your
wanit to mo~oci h (bgh a htandoiut at
backdoors to get acqurairnted wvithI p'oo
ple. Youti evenC i(ea rn somethinig w"hent
sonme 'thy mruig' ( detectivye) gets SO (0or
dial that he insists ont your stayiing In
Iris midst for 30 days---on the rock
pile0. WVhat duide in a palace crar e'nn
learn as much e a bout iris natlive land1(
as I did it 14 years ars a 'gay cat'?"
The Wanderlust Never Dies.
This tian was a miner by trade, and
had follow~ed thle pr'ofessionr fr'om
Penntsylv'ania to Carlifornia, andi fr'om
(Californtia to Alaiska, Tie neve'(r begged
save in an emiergenrcy of hunriger, aind
ursually had $1,000 or so tuicked away
in a baink in this city or that. lhut It
was only after many yerars of wander
ing as a knight errant of tire pickax
aind shovel that tire wanderlust of iris
yourth was qutenched arid ire settledi
down to be a prosaic hotel clerk.
In tire shabby sitthing r'oomr of a 10
('e't ioodging hourse in SI. Ioils there
IounrgedI recently half a dlozenr wealther
beaten and~ hardy mnert, self confident
of mtient andtc monosyllahic of spneechr
In theirh short words was nore of the
whine of thre professional beggar, andi
in their st raightfor'wardl look was ntoth
lng of tihe hanirgdog. Tlhtey had1( trav-~
(-led tO o most of t he courrt r'ies of t h.e
gloheC, a nd. ignorant of a lien languages
arnd cutms,~W had siupportedi thema
reives by tire sole irsor(e (if tiheir
own hrands1. Th'rey were 'onrildntt of
taingti (nre (if themuselveCs it anly situ
WVho would have ithought that thle
squIalid parlor, into which thle warmil
sunl filtered, was a place of dreams?
But so it 'was. Thle taciturn little IMn
glishmian In the corner, wh-Io wats born
in South Africa, was gazing into spaco
uipon the yellow cornl fields of the Ar
gentine Republic, upon construction
camps in the Andes, and upon broad
roads leading by gentle stages through0
thle pampas from one hospitable ranch
to thle next. Aroused from hits artic
ulate1 vision by a question, hie stated
ng '"-of-fact way tOhat hie would
b~e In A# 'enltineC next fall.
The booted, gigantic Sw-ede was1
amn th nos nohr i i
lf heligild stvel bridg ha esn
A(lico.l Theor satof wprichth warmn
sin tered ves ad lake brof as?
gsna ine wtre cornte, wto beas borA
fiw orieek waul gaeen Itoe sct
uprdon the eloinls of the omAs.,
ensconce in e Andes aiind uon blind
h'adgs'li bt alehnt on ge thrquest
oftheair a "omne hosee"-thbe prfucti
tom e weutd faroe fry thiaide
miangled isori byain bpeeth the whaedl
oftrins bootd, gwounti beurede inth
thinkngeo groveyard aipntain by the
out a of thens (rst the army' ofdrr
Thet-t-fist at"e heteeu tha is;Ion.
titunad eyeightet the psuy ohap
ie hlinglud tee briges Id
Menio. 'rinlesa wtout paing fasri.n
InThei moist he wit.l hois of pa -
fewt moa w"esacldk" e hhaemn) sfor
t~ermisionte ou o trid unofted (overaS.
vagaoned nro cag pandfullyinda
bago. ge, ut he 11l havt susplicions
oIf hir oldesnit shld he sp'e an
~of hs mone~lfly fo h lomort wansde
spalty of' lan beeath tnha whlsa
Thllei "gay t"in anrd emliitilergency, ts
I n ot isheh at begging a. ma a an.'r
wackdor t But no he moesef
respet he' ualy (a elie ys at eaterO
salt and kil in t( hi P "mocing t fhan)
dons "um."i1e the rivilege mchanic
acconte rains astoite housingtfewt
The muestn: l oIst py5
"('ats toahac yo a hacet?"nIo
"~I wnti to knock myn te oean
swIsdvisi. slemnity.as ~~((
bandsea ae! $1lmosi i ~(t scrae h
andamank "hhoul tyou evera our
me. hut " wud1)1~ uIliin
ofhtsoer the havingtethd ifyo
haeting of aeat in was rairad
'Pne he "gay nan" emergncy, one
dftose arn. fe knowin mehanicr
aculare as astoisedwn." vfe'vt
De Quiz-Are you in favor of a
safe and sane Fourth of July?
Do Whiz--No; let the boys have
all the giant firecrackers they want.
De Quiz--Dut such things are dan
Do Whiz-I know it. I haven't any
HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER
FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS.
"I have been afflicted for twenty
years with an obstinate skin disease,
called by some M. D.'s. psoriasis, and
others leprosy, commencing on my
scalp; and in spite of all I could do,
with the help of the most skilful doe
tors, it slowly but surely extended un
til a year ago this winter it covered
my entire person in the form of dry
scales. For the last three years 1 have
been unable to do any labor, and
suffering intensely all the time. Every
morning there would be nearly a dust.
panful of scales taken from the sheet
on my bed, some of them half as larg
as the envelope containi-ng this letter
In the latter part of winter my skin
commenced cracking open. I tried
everything, alme-st, that could be
thought of, without any relief. The
12th of June I started West, in hopes
I could reach the Hot Springs. I
reached Detroit and was so low I
thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but finally got as far as Lan
sing, Mich., where I had a sister liv
Ing. One Dr. -.-- treated me about
two weeks, but did me no good. Al
thought I had but a short time to live
I earnestly prayed to die. Crackec
through the shin all over my back
across my ribs, arms, hands, limbs;
feet badly swollen; toe-nails came off;
flnger-nails dead and hard as a bone:
hair dead, dr.t and lifeless as ok
straw. 0 my Ood! how I did suffer.
"My sister vouldn't give up; said
'We will try Cr~ticura.' Some was ap
plied to one hsaid and arm. Eureka!
there was relile; stopped the terribIb
burning sensaion from the word go
They inimeditely got Cuticura Re
solvent, Oint.ient and Soap. I com
meneed by taking Cuticura Resolven
three times u day after meals; had f
bath once a day, water about bloot
heat ; used Cutieura Soap freely; ap
plied Cutieura Ointment mornlnig anc
evening. Rlesuilt: returned to m3
home1) in .iust six weeks from tihe tim<
I left, and my skin as smooth as thiu
sheet of papier. Hliram E. Carpenter
Hlenderson, N. Y."
T1he above remalrkable testimonia)
was wr-itteni Tanuary 19, 1880, and ir
republished because of the permani
eney of the cure. Under (late of Apii
22, 1910. Mr. Car-penter wrote fr-om his
priesent home, 610 Walnut St. So.
Lansing, Mich.: "I have never suf.
fer-ed a recturmn of the psoriasis and al.
though many year-s have passed 1 have
not forgottefi the terrible suffering I
endluredl before using the Cutieura
"The cook says she is going t0
ica ve " sa id Mrs. Crosslot s mourn ful
",Ar-e yon sure she's in earnest?"
resp'ondedl heri husband.
"Nothing will change hexr mind?"
"All r-ight. Then i'll go (Iown to
the kitcheni and discharge her.''
Mi-s. Willis--lsn't it awvful the way
people pa .v over good1s in a store?
Mrs. GIlis--Shocking. I went over
to the weaist counter this morning andl
picked up every single garment andl
there wasin't one that dlidn't have thle
marks where somebodly had been han
Important to Mothers
Examine enrefully every bottle of
CASTOR IA, a safe and sure remedy fom
infants and children, and see that it
in Use F~or Over 30 Years.
Ch1ildre, Cry- for Fletcher's Castor-ia
Re ven goe
"'Thr-t fellow~ (lut me2 out in) ai very
"Yet you arec going to the wed-l
"Yes; 1 may get a chance to soak
him with an 01(1 shoe.''
Pull fDog-Gee, but you look fierce
with that can on your tail.
Cheerf-ul Dog-Ah, get out That'.s
Because of th
AS TOMMIE UNDERSTOOD IT
Figure Out for Yourself JLSt What
Had Been Done With That
One year, in a certain town in
Maine. a tax was levied on dogs for
the first tine. It caused quite an ex
cliteient among the (log owners, as
many of them had dogs good for noth
Ing except for pets.
So the next year an article was In
serted in the town warrant to repeal
the dog law. All interested attended
When Mr. W. came home his clil
dren, who had a pet dog, met him,
eager to hear the result. Mr. W. said:
"Well, boys! they have repealed
the dog law."
Little Tommie, four years old,
catchiig the words from his father
and etering into the spirit of the oe
casion, rushed in to where his grand
pa sat reading, and shouted: "Grand
pa, they have peeled the law dog!"
"Have what?" asked grandpa.
"They have peeled the dog."
"What did they do with the peel
ing?" asked the grandpa.
"Don't know. I'll ask papa," and
he legged it for the door.
"Papa, what did they do with the
"Burled them," said papa, laughing.
Tommie rushed back.
"They put um on berries, grandpa!"
"What (id they do with the ber
ries?" asked grandpa.
"Et umn, I s'pose!" said Tommie,
Wanted Too Much.
'lhe hansom ordered by a middle
aged slInster was late, and the cabby
caie in for a good rating when he
finally drove up to tho door.
"I shall probably miss my train,"
the irate "fare" informed him, "and I
shall hold you responsible. I want. to
know your name, my man. Do you
Tho driver clucked up his horse
easily. "You'll make your train all
right, madam," he assured the woman
Inside. "And I'll let you have me
number if you like. liut you can't
have me name. That's promised ter
another young lady."
Just Then the Tea Bell Rang.
One of the best repartees ever
credited to a habitual maker of happy
phrases was that made by the beloved
"Autocrat of the Breakfast Table" on
a certain social occasion.
Going to dine with a Boston neigh
bor, Dr. Holmesi was met by her with
"I could not get another man. Wce
are four women, and you will have tc
taxse us all in."
"Forewarned is four-arimed," h(
said, with a how.--Youth's Companion
HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE
The Great Tollet Germicide?
You don't have to pay 50c or $1.0(
a Pint for listeiian antiseptics or per
. oxide, You cnn make 1 pints of a
more cleansing, germicidal, healing
andt deCodorlzing antiseptic solutloll
with one 25c box of P'axtine,--a 601
uble antilsept Ic powder, obtaInable at
any drug store.
P'axtln e dlestroys ger'ms that cauise
disease, decay and odors,--that is whyl3
it is thle best mouth wash and gargle,
and wvhy it purifles thle breath.
cleanses and preserves the teeth bet
ter' than ordlinar-y dlentifrices, and in
sponge bathing it completely er'adi
e'ates perspIration and other disagr'ee
able body odors. Every dainty wom
an appr~ie(ia tes this and1( its many3 other
t'oilet and hygienIc uses.
Paxtine is splendidl for sore throat,
ilfiamed eyes an~d to purify mouth
atnd breath after smoking. You ennii
get P'axt Inc T1oilet Antiseptic att alny
drug store, prIce 25~c andl 500l, or by
mall post paid from The P'axton Tol
let Co., Boston, Mass., who w'ill send
you a free sample if you would like
to try it before buying,
Never Forgot Business,
"Whlat would you take for a ('01( ?"
thle stufferer said.
"I dlunno," the man who necve'r for
gets busIness replied. "What'd you
be willing to give?"
rO DRIIVIC OUT MALARYA
AND) IWIlla UP TIIE RVRTIEM
Take the Old1 IlandardI (noV1C'M T1ASTriCI,.CSH
01111LL TONIC. You knotw what you are taking.
Thea. formnuaa I i hInly prInted ('n every bottl,
sthowing It is sigan ~, Qainineor antd Ironl in a taste
less fortn. TI'Ie QuinIne d1rlves ouat the manalarin
andi ht iron butl II a upthe ayatern. sold bay ill
dealera for 80 years. P'rico 60 conta.
"Do you Fletcherizo your food,
"No, ma'amIl! I pays for every bit
For HEEAD~ACEEle-Atc-k' CAPIIDINEC
Whetheraca fromu ('olds, lientI, HStaomah or
Ner'vousa 'Traotublen, ('apudn willaa'~-t relievec youa.
It'as iRInh1~u -pleaanat to take ats Iarnedi
ately Try it. i10'., '25c., tantd 50 cents at dru'ag
ILife is for the most paart hut the
tinloll of ouri 11ndivuidtirl selvets.----Cow
Mrsa. W4inalow'4 5rooIting Syrup for SCh~idren
tiona, allaya patin, a'uare. win aol 41Ie, 2bc a bottle.
A lot of the 4 mone peo(i'l)ple marry~'~
for is counter'fwit.
('ha'w and smaotke unieda ii t't'Iacco. ebhenp and
undope'td. Mera wethe l .diRward ,.Iltark tileTn
Most shlarp retorts are made in
~s ugly, grizzly. gray hairs. Uso " LJ
The One Thing Needful.
"Arms and legs are not so indis
jiensable after ill." remarked the mar
who narrowly esealied with his life
in an explosion where lie lost the us(
of both arms.
lie sipped his milk in silenc
through a straw, shook some changc
out of his pocket to the waiter, and
reaching down with his mouth for the
lighted cigar, puffed vigorously. Then
bowing his head and Jamming it int(
his lint on the table, he arose and
tirned to go, saying: "liut this heaC
of Inine is nilghty useful."
Good for a Warning.
Assistant Editor-Here's a poeni
from a fellow who is serving a five
year term in the Eastern penitentiary,
Managing Editor-Well, print it
with a footnote explaining tho cir
ciistance. It may serve as a warn
ing to other poets.
lADIldS CAN WI~t SIOIES
ono si7e smaler after uting AlVen's Foot- Case, the
untisptice pIowder to bo shaken into the sies. I
makes tight or new shoes feel easy: gives Instan
relief to corns nitI buions. This Islan easy test;
Sprinklo Allen' Foot-HIato In one shoe aid not I,
tho other and no(ptico the differenen. Hold every where
2zc. Don't necept any sursittt e. Fir lmn trita
n;-ktage, uddress Allen H. (hiusted, i.Lutoy. N. Y.
Modiste -Do you want a train ol
your gown, miadani?
Customer-Yes, and I want it or
For COLDS and GiIP
llelke' ckA-t rs: I- the best remedy-re
Itieve the atiti ani feverishhess- eires tihe
Coild aid rf-Stores ntitrmal -olition. it
Itthat tffeets iimimediateliy. i10e., ime., andi ti0e
At drug stores.
Thle tino toi make tlie harvest coun1
is at the time of plowing and seed
ing -lishop lierry.
Remedies are N
Were we perfect, which we are not
not often be needed. But since our
come weakened, impaired and brol<
indiscretions which have gonc on fro
through countless generations, remei
aid Nature in correcting our intieri
acquired weaknesses. To reach ti
weakness and consequent digestive
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golde
cry, a glycerio compound, extracted
inal roots-sold for over forty years
'eak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Co
liearthurn, Bad Breath, Belching of fi
Derangements, the "Discovery" is a
The genuine has on Its
outside wrapper the
You can't afford to acceptq 9eerer
holie, medicine OP KNOWN COMPqi~iTn
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets reg
bowels. Sugar-conted, tiny granule
Oldest and Best Cue
A general ton ic of 40'y
arsenic o rotlihr)oison
no bad effects. For s
I ~ chants. If youir deal<
ARYTH UR PETER 8 CO.,
'This paper is printed from
Ithe SOUTHERN 0IL &INK C
per pound, F. 0. B. Savan1
Ma ll youtr roil antii wria t r< n u, r ifor r 14 t
Collego "Co-op." S~hiulley IVoy3, Mgr.,A tiant
KODV A KA S Itit "iih Ci
luplies .ind for Catalo~gue. CLEN
S P TOSTOCK CD., 117 Psachires, Atlanta, 0,
R~okeni's fir Itires anid chauir
'.III~ in stock In Atlanta. w'rit
MATTHEWS & LIVELY
21 E. Alabama SI., Atlanta, Ca
better than cure. Tutt's PIlls If taken In tlime
not only cure, but wIll prevent
bIllotteness, os to and kIndred dIseases.
Tutt s Pills
tipon thle mlindh, discouir
AND& T nJb Ags ""ud lesses uu'nb'
I ~ ~ tiIon: honty, vigor ani
WOMENT(II~I cerft"t'ia soton dlitap
pear whein hue kitdney;
are out of order or dilsen'ted. For good re
stulls uisn Ir i~'~ lmer'.s tiw:,mi-fliodt th
great kidl'ney remiedy. At cLdruggisini. Sam~
jple h,(ttb. hlv mial free, a lso rpamphilut..
Addresus, Dr. 1Eilmer & Co., Itlnghauiton, N. 3
STOP YOUR CHILL S "woilln~
jirle.for 111'th y iti . I. l ) i y il WI gd,
Wanted ";en,"tnt worngngt
license. ntuk let fret'. beer-lary 'attenfre, Atiania, Ut
DEFIANCE STAR CUHR:";:s
--thier starches only 12 oneuue-na price ai
"DEFIANCE'" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY
CRELE HARUR6INO R
you want the
best there is, ask
your grocer for
... Mceill &'"'"
D 1 Y . I R ."a.Tl'.i
iles. Neat, clean.
seasoa. C.an't spill or
tip over, will not soil
or injire anythlng.
iv!. O1all dealersop
sent pre;44It lor 2"'.
140IIle Kailb AT&*
IMMEDIATE SUBSTANTIAL INCOME
l ' t le r n u v i0 hi every
tmwdt .I -yb ovst aI ebn t
Let V F A \ itu to V.'. lK It lKa nIu inzsures
Inlecess. tiferences reqtu.d. "e wiuokh1It .
CONSUMERS IMPORTING & MAIL ORDER CO,
DlepatrItnient I.l, IUnlitI imore. Mcl
systems have be
en down through
m the early ages,
lies are needed to
cd and otherwise
seat of stomach
troubles, there is
it Medical Discov.
[ron native medic.
with great satisfaction to all users. For
mplaint, Pain in the Stoninch ifter enting,
tod, Chronic Diarrhea nd other intestinal
time-proven and most efficient remnedy.
nostrum as a substitute for this non-alco
N, not even though the urgent dealer tay
Lnte and invigorate stomach, liver and
eas- to take as candy.
' For .an* al Forms ca
ears' success. Contains no
s. Unlike quinine, it leaves
ale by druggists and mer-.
~r can't supply it, wvrite to
General Agents, Louisville, Ky.
tr to PrintersI
ink made in SavQannah, Ga. by
D., Savannah, Ga. -Price 6 cents
ah. Your patronage solicited._
D You want him alwaya in the I
Pink of CondItion
White Oil Liniment
is a never failing remedy for man or heast.
- For Man """-'-'--0 swell
" urns, Scalds, h ins, EtCt Bruises,
r Ba TPumorli. Saddcle nnd Collnr
Rinlg IBone, P'olI Evil, F'Iatul a, Craneked Hieels
This LinIment has been on the market thirty-six
years and has never faled to give relief when appzlied.
Inyaluale in thme FamIly anti on the Farm. Gives
It KIlls PaIn P..rice .-,,
THE W. J3. PARKER 00., Manufacturing Druggists
Balmro, Md., U. S. A.
If your dealer does not sell this Remedy. write os.
SrECIAL SUMMER SALE OF FEATHER BEDS AND PILLOWS
. Unt1I lie htock on lianmd lhas been reduced I
il ipj a :ti IIb. IIIatm he ed and 6 1b, pillow all
for Sht00, en,.h with ordler. A ll Iive new feasther.
We are thec oldetl andu largestt feather bed man
U ufanetersi in I tthI Itat, and44 do just1 al we ualt.
-vert INC. ,ine 'unuk re f'rence. Mall orders havey
i speelai 1 at. ilon. Itedls shltpped nameinday ordiew
-Is rece Iivedl. If bedslu are noct as advertied we
nI i ceer fulIly refnd outr mnonety. Don't wait
,t bu orerue today:1 or you1 will be too late. Addresi
MAIF V i L & MA inTiN, Covligem. (Ga,
AND PATE.NT TIES
r4un mi to4 neew 5gors. latilsfactlon giuarnte'd. Oood
1 .uu ni ,dzitu uir Ilag Cloth very cheap. WVrit4
UNION COTTO'N IlAGGIxNG COR POR ATrION
1 Ofh-n aind Main Plant, NOICFOLK. V A.
Branch Offee and Plitnt, BPARtTANIIEJtQ. S. ()
W. N. U., ATLANTA, NO. 26--1911.
05, 69.00- retail.