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DEVICE D VICE TO DUHN CABBAGE CABBAGEA
A f > novel as well os economical device devlotfor devicefor devicetar
for turning Waste paper and combusti combustible combustlble combustiblo ¬
ble refuse that accumulate about abouthourfj aboutbounJ aboutLou
hourfj Lou s 1 offices stores stores flat fiatbl1lldlng fiatbl1lldlngand building bulidingeand buildingnnd
and premises ha line le been m Invented Invent by byChlragoans byClleagoans byCklcagoans
Chlragoans It Is called the refuse refuseburcr reruseInrcr refuseburcr
burcr und and Is constructed and operat operated operatad operattd ¬
ed on the draught principle The Thesimplicity TheGlmpllclty Theoimpllcfty
simplicity of tho device together with wltathe wltnthe withthe
the moderate cost accentuate Its use usefulness ueetulnese usefulness ¬
fulness tulneseThero fulnessThere fulnessThere
There are two sizes of the boxes or orcans oreans orcans
cans One Is adapted to flat buildings buildingswhere buildingswhere buildingswhere
where It is set up In the cellar or base basejnent basoanent baselent
anent as shown In tho cute The other otheria otherro other1s
ia smaller and Is made to take the theIxce thex1ce thelice
Ixce lice ot < 1t the garbage can and may sit sitanywhere sitanywhere sitanywhere
anywhere about the premises where wherenot wherenot I Inot
not inconvenient to receive deposits depositsof
of combustible refuse When the boxes boxesare boxesare
are filled with paper and the like the thecontents thtcontents thecontents
contents are Ignited from underneath underneathand underneatland underneathand
and burned with quickness and with withiut withgat 1 1mt
iut smoke Flues na the tb interior and andrunning ancJrunning andrunning
running lengthwise of jf the box or 01burner orburner orburner
burner admit the nlr from the bottom bottomand bottoIXand bottomand
and this air creates n blaze so Intense Intensethat Intensethat intensethat
that the refuse and smoke are entirely entirelyconsumed enUrel1consumed entirelyconsumed
consumed consumedThe consumedThe consumedThe
The Inventors have tested the device devicebefore devlcbefore devicebefore
before a largo number of persona Ir isChicago IrChicago h hChlcngo
Chicago with successful succcB ful results Thes Thestests Thesl Thesllests Thesttests <
tests show that the the6urner ourner 6urner will destroy destroythreefourths destro destrothreef destroythreefourths
threefourths threef urths of all garbage that ac nccnmulates accrlmulates accrlmulates
crlmulates about a house or bulldinl bulldinlcad bulldtn bulldtnad bulldll1II1d
cad ad at a nominal coat It answers the I
CAN FOR BURNING GARBAGE GARBAGEpurpose GARBAGEurpose GARBAGEpurpose
I
purpose ot thrc thr three similar boxes or gar garbago garbago garbago
bago cane can It is well known that tin tinsystem tIllsystem tlusystem
system of dumping paper and the llki llkitnto likiinto I
Into garbage cans and then loading loadingand loadln loadlnand loadingand
and hauling It away is the cause ol ofmuch olmuch I Imuch
much of the litter In alleys and about aboutthe abol1lthe aboutthe
the steets The province of the refuse refusburner retuseburnel refuseburner
burner Is to obviate all this and to dc dcit deIt doIt
it economically economicallyDining eeonomlca1lvDining economicallyDining
Dining tables meta tn two adjustable adjustabletops ndJustnbltops adjustabletops
tops a n round ono for state occasions occasionsJvnd occasionshnd occasionshnd
hnd a square ono for everyday use Is Is Istho istho
tho proper thing and anC11s Is comnaxaUvqly comnsraUvelyreasonable comnaxaUvqlyreasonable comDlUaUVIl11rtaSonable
reasonable too
Salt Water DnyAabury Day DayAnbury Do DoAsbury
Anbury Park Park N J Cor of tho New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Sun The bent Saturday was wasdecidedly wasdeoldedly wasdecidodly
decidedly unfavorable for the proper propeiobservance propEobservance properobservance
observance ot Salt Water Day or the theFarmers t11 t11Farmers theFarmers
Farmers Annual Carnival as It Sa Sasometimes hsometimes iesometimes
sometimes called but about 500 farm farmers farmers farmers ¬
ers and their families from Monmouth Monmouthnnd Monmouthand Monmouthand
and Ocean counties celebrated the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion at Wreck Pond between Sea SeaGirt SeaGirt SeaGirt
Girt and Spring Lake All sorts ol olconveyances 01conveyance ofconveyance
conveyance 1 were called callediinto Into use but buttho butthe butthe
the one moat often seen was the Im Immense 1mmense lmmenso ¬
mense canvas covered caravan These Thesecaravans Thesdcaravans Theallcaravans
caravans caravans which are found only In Inrural Inrural inrural
rural districts served as tomporar tomporarBathhouses tompornrbathhouses tomporarlbathhouses >
Bathhouses bathhouses and retreats from tho boil boiling bonng boll1ng ¬
ing ng sun The temperature was about aboutlaO
100 but It had no terrors for the thepleasureseekers thevleasureseekers thepleasureseekers
pleasureseekers Old calico wrappers wrappersserved wrappereserved wrappersterved
served as bathing suits for tho women womenwhile womenwhUe vomenwhile
while overalls and shirts answered the thosame thlsame thesame
same purpose for tho men The bath bathSvas batbvas bathvas
Svas vas the Important event of the day dayMid dayrnd dayhnd
Mid next to it camo the threecard threecardmonte threecardmonte threecardmonte
monte men the shell gamblers and the thecane thecane thecane
cane and ring men The farmers lost lostheavily losthcavllY lostheavily
heavily In the gambling > devices and andseveral andseveral andseveral
several free fights were narrowly narrowlyavoided narrowlyavoided
avoided 1 The sun had cone down downwhen downwh downwhen
when wh n the farmers cntor entered ntl1r d their cara caravans caravans caravans ¬
vans and started homeward Many Manycummer ManyC1mmer ManyIammor
cummer guests of Asbury Park Long LongDnch Longn1ch LongDarch
Dnch and Set Girt wars werllpresep werllpresepand preset presetand presepland
and cojoyed the carnival carnivalCanada carnivalCanad carnivalCanadas
Canada Educational Campaign CampignOver CampaignOver CAmpIIrDOvcr
Over 1500 textbook and atlases of otthe ofthe ofthe
the dominion dominion of Canada have been beensupplied beensupplied beensupplied
supplied to rural schools In Eng England En Enmnd Enghand ¬
land by Lord Strathcona tho Cana Canadian CanadlllI1 Canadian ¬
dian high commissioner Tho Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
dian government in very anxious to toencourage toencourage toencourage
encourage the study of the history historygeography historygeography historygeography
geography and resources ot Canada la lathe hIChe inthe
the schools of the United Kingdom and andtnerefore andtnerefore andtherefore
tnerefore offered about four weeks ago agoto agoto agoto
to supply any rural schoolmaster withI1S withas with withas
as many specially prepared textbooks textbooksas
as he had scholars Schoolmasters all allover allover allover
over tho country took up the Idea withenthusiasm withenthusiasm with withenthusiasm
enthusiasm and one and all agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that from an imperial point of view viewnothing viewnothing viewnothing
nothing but good results can follow followCnptaln foHowCftptaln followCaptain
Captain Xnmberti Lumbert Flack FlackPerhaps PloclrPerhaps PluckPerhaps
Perhaps one of the neatest and andpluckiest andpluckiest andpluckiest
pluckiest acts done In the South Af African Atrlcan African ¬
rican war was that performed by Cap Captain Captain Captale ¬
tain Lambart when he entered Klerks Klerksdorp Klerksdorp Klorksdorp
dorp the original capital of tho Trans Transvaal TransvMl Transvaal ¬
vaal and induced a general and 900 900to 900to 000to
to lay down their arms to him He HoWas Hevas Hewas
Was vas entirely unarmed and unprotected unprotectedand unprotectedand unprotectedand
and arrived with only a a stock and a asmllo B BamUo asmile
smile to take the town After lengthy lengthynegotiation lengthynegottaUon lengthynegotiaton
negotiation ho by consummate tact tactpersuaded tactpersuaded tactpersuaded
persuaded the commandant and tho tholandroat tholandrost thelandrost
landrost to surrender which they did didHo didHo didHo
Ho was inundated with letters of conn con congratulation congratulatIon ¬
gratulation from many officers Includ Including including IncludIng ¬
ing Lord Roberts RobertsDlack Black and White
FADED IN HER YOUTH YOUTHPretty YOUTHPretty
Pretty faces nnd graceful forms of young women 1 Why Is It it they are ar so sosoon sosoon sosoon
soon replaced by plainness and lankness It is because the young girl crirl just
nterinp into womanhood does not know how to toike toalC tonice
nice care of herself and has no one competent to toistruct toI1struct toastruet
istruct her It is not necessary that there should shouldo
o anything weakening or wearying about the themotions theunctions theunctions
unctions of a female organism Parents of young youngiris youn younirIs youngiris
iris should inform themselves and prevent their theirear theircar theirear
ear ones from making costly errors errorsThat errorsThat errorsThat
That young woman has a II just cause of com complaint complaint complaint
plaint who is permitted to believe that great greatperiodic greatI greatperiodic
I periodic suffering is to be expected that severe severemysterious severemysterious soveromysterious
mysterious pains and aches are part of her hernatural hernatural hernatural
natural experience as a a woman w man These things thingsare thingsare thingsare
are making constant war on on onhenccalth her her11calth health her herdls herdlsposition hordlaposition dis disposition ¬
position and her beauty beaut It Is a a wanton sacri sacrifice sacrifice sacrifloe ¬
fice absolutely unnecessary and cruel It is iamore ismoreit IsmoreIt
more moreit it is criminal criminalfor erlmlnalDro criminalDr
Dro Greenes GreenesNERVU GreenesNERVURA
NERVU NERVURA NERVURAfor A Afor
for the Blood and Nerves NervesDr
Dr Greenes Nervurn N ervurn blood and nerve remedy remedyis
is the right medicine for every young girl who whoIs whoIs whois
Is just entering tIle first stage of womanhood womanhoodIt
It prepares the system In every way to act nor normally normally normally ¬
mally It enriches the blood blopd supply and keeps keepsthe Iteepsthe keepsthe
the nerves calm and steady Fortified with this thisgreat thisgreat thisgreat
great medicine all the womanly duties may be boundertaken beundertaken beundertaken
undertaken and experienced without the slight slightest slightest slighteat ¬
est jeopardy to health It preserves the th gifts of ofnature ofnature ofnature
nature and assists their development into glow glowing glowIng glowing ¬
ing healthful beauty beautyMns beautyMns beautyMns
Mns MARY PRANCES LTTLE of 2 Hunter HunterAlley DunterAlley HunterAlley
Alley Rochester N Y says saysI
II I was very pale and dellcatohnd delicate had no color colorI colorItook colorItook
I Itook took Dr Greenes GreensNervura Nervura blood and nerve remedy remedychecks remedyand remedyand
and now I am well and strong my face Is plump and andchecks andchecks
checks red and my complexion puro pureMae puroMRS puroMRS
MRS WILLIAM BABELS BAIELS 230 East 87th St StNew StNew StNew
New York City says saysf
f 11 I Dr Greenes Nerrura made a a wonderful wonderful1mprove wonderful1mprovement Improve Improvement Improvement ¬
ment In my health and that dark sallow look left my myThe mytaco myface
taco My frlemls fdendshardlyknowme hludly know me I Ihave avo gained f1 lesh leshand h hand
and 1101 like a different person personThe personThe
The nervousness in women which invariably invariablycomes invariablycomes invariablycomes
comes with pain is of itself certain to stop tho thodevelopment thodevelopment thedevelopment
development of beauty in face and figure Ex Excited Excited Excited ¬
cited nerves make ako sharp lines and hasty speech speechThe speechThe
beautiful curves which make women so
attractive are not no p possible lblo when the female organism is out of order as it itsurely ItfJurely1s itsurely
surely fJurely1s is when discomfort and pain are always or even periodically present presentIt
It is only necessary to look in the faces ofyoung women everywhere to see seethat seethat seethat
that this must be so Else why are they so pale and thin thinGET thinGET thinGET
GET FREE ADVICE FROM DR GREENE GREENEReal GREENEReal GREENEReal
Real beauty Is rare It belongs to perfect health It Is I possible to every everywoman everyWOmAn everywoman
woman who takes the matter in hand Intelligently Get advice from Dr DrGreene DrGreene DrOreenethq
Oreenethq Greene the the great specialist In these matters He e will tell you why all this iseo Is Isso
so and show you how to avoid the stumbling blocks that bar womans way wayto wayto wayto
to happiness You may consult Dr Greene without cost by calling or writ writIng writIng writing
Ing to him at his office 35 West Hth l < 4tll Street New York City Dont throw throwaway throwAway throwaway
away your beauty Write to Dr Greene today
11 0
OHIOS SERPENT MOUND MOUNDSAVING MOUNDSAVINa MOUNDSAVING
SAVING ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS FAMOUOF FAMOUSOF FAMOUSOF
OF PREHISTORIC MONUMENTS MONUMENTSWhy MONUMENTSWhy MONUMENTSWhy
Why Harvard College Wan Ira Deeded ccltcl1 It to totho totho tothe
tho State Archaeological and Illntorlcal IllntorlcalSociety JlbtorlcRISoclctylI0In11 II latorlcal latorlcalSocietyfound
Society SoclctylI0In11 Slounil Erected J rcctcI11 For or Corcmon Corcmonial Cercmonlal Cormnonlet
let and Symbolical PnrpoeeaBy Piirpoaei PiirpoaeiBy lnrpo e eDy
By a locent vote of the Harvard Harvardcorporation IIarnrtlcorporation Harvardcorporation
corporation the Treasurer of Harvard HarvardCollege IIarvart1College HarvardCollege
College has been nuthorlzcd nuth rlzod to deed deedto deedto deedto
to the Ohio State Archaeological andIIIstorlcnl and andHistorical andhistorical
Historical Society the Serpent Hound HoundPark MoundPark Io1ndPark
Park which for the last fourteen years yearshas yearshas yearshas
has been in the custody of the Pea Peabody Peabody Peabody
body Museum In Cambridge thus re restoring rostoring restoring ¬
storing to Ohio the ownership of ot the themost themost themost
most remarl remarkable abio nnd famous of the thethousands tbethousands thethousands
thousands of monuments of the an ancient fiUclent andent ¬
dent mound moundbulh1ers builders which exist edstwJtb edstwJtbIn with svlthin within ¬
in her borders bordersThe bordersrhe bordersThe
The gredt Serpent Serpe tlround Mound lies In the theTownship theTownship theTownship
Township of Bratton overlooking overlookingBrush overlookingBrusl1 overlookingBrush
Brush Creek about seven miles from fromPeebles tromPeebles fromPeebles
Peebles the nearest railwaystation railwaystationIt rallwa statioD statioDIt
It had been noted with wonder wand or by the thefirst thoI1rst thefirst
first settlers but It was not until 181C 181Cthat 18 1810that a athat
that It was measured and descrlhedby descrlhed describedby descrlhedby
by Squlcr and Davis who published publisheda
a report with drawings from surveys surviyeIn surVlYSIn
In the first volume of the Stnlthson StnlthsonIan Smith SmithsonIan lion lionIan
Ian Contributions to Knowledge The Thetwo 1hetwo Thetwo
two explorers had found the site o otho of ofthe ofthe
the mound covered by a forest Thlr Thlrteen 1hlrtecn Thirteen
teen or fourteen years aster 1 er their visit vlslla visita
a tornado swept directly along Serpent SerpenlHill SerpentHill
Hill practically sweeping the forest forestclear forEitclear forestclear
clear This led to reclaiming the landfor land landfor landfor
for cultivation but by 1883 It had re rclapsed relapsed relapsed >
lapsed again to a state of nature and nndwaa andwits andwas
wits overgrown with sumach and andbriars a andbriars 1111 1111b11ars
briars briarsIn b11arsIn briarsIn
In that year Professor Frederick W WPutnam WPutnam WPutnam
Putnam curator of the Peabody Ieabo y Museum Mu Museum lIuseum ¬
seum seum and Peabody professor of arch nrchneology alchaeology archaeology <
aeology and ethnology at Harvard Harvardvisited IIarvardvisited Ilarvardvisited
visited the spot In the course course of a trlr trlrWhich trllwhich trip tripWhich
Which which he was making through thlOu h South Southoru Southern Southem
oru em u Ohio for the purpose of examining ex8uninlugsome examiningsome euunlnlngsome
some of the best known of the ancient ancientmonuments ancientmonuments ancientmonuments
monuments for which this part ot the theState theState theState
State Is famous throughout the world worldHo worldHo worldHo
Ho was able to make arrangements arrangementswith nrrangementswith arrangementswith
with Mr Lovett the owner of the theland tholand theland
land to have the site cleared of un undorbrush underbrusb underbrush
dorbrush so that for the first time In Ityears Inyears inyears
years the extraordinary character and nnflgrandeur and andgrantleur andgrandeur
grandeur of the Great Serpent wasapparent was waaapparent wasapparent
apparent to visitors visitorsIt
It has been reckoned that no less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than 13000 mounds and earthworks earthworksbuilt earthworlsbuilt earthworksbuilt
built built either by the Indians or by the theBocalled thesocalled thesocalled
socalled prehistoric Inhabitants ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the Mississippi Valley are Included Includedin InoludedIn
in the State of Ohio alone But theadvance the theadvance theadvance
advance of cultivation the cupidity cupidityof
of seekers after ntterthe the burled treasures treasurewhich treasureswhich treasureswhich
which are popularly supposed to be behidden behidden behidden
hidden under many of these works worksnnd worlsand worksand
and in some epees cases pure vandalismbare vandalism vandalismhave vandalismhae
have put put p many man Including of course coursesome cOl11sesome coursesome
some of the most Important In Jeop Jeopardy jeopnrdy jeepardy
ardy An example of this last kind kind of ofdestruction ofdestruction ofdestruction
destruction Is to bo found foun at Marietta Mariettawhere lIallettawhere Mariettawhere
where two great embankments fa famous tamous famans ¬
mous among students of American Americanarchaeology Amerlc111nrchaeology Americanarchaeology
archaeology have been partly de destroyed desho d0stroyedone ¬
stroyed sho stroyedone edone one having been built upon uponand uponand uponand
and In part leveled and the other othcimade othermade otherrondo
made made Into bricks The destruction olthe of ofthe ofthe
the Marietta works seems all the more moreto moreto moreto
to bo lJ regretted on account of the con contrast cantrnst contrast ¬
trast which it offers to tho enlight onllghtened enlightened enllghtened ¬
ened wisdom of the pioneers who act acting actIng actlug ¬
ing under the direction of the famous famousRufus famousRufus famousRufus
Rufus Putnam had utilized the two twoembankments twoembankments twoembankments
embankments to form formanavonue an avenue a vouue which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they named In the classical fashion of oftho oftho ofthe
tho day the Via Sacra SacraVisiting SacraVisiting SacraVisiting
Visiting Adams County again In In18S5
1885 he found that Its destruction was wasinevitable wasIncvltnble wasinevitable
inevitable unless Immediate measures measureswere mesureswera measureswere
were taken for Us Itspiesenatlon preservation He Hewns IIewas Howas
was able to secure a contract co tra t with the theowner theowner theowner
owner that It remain Intact for a year yearnnd yearand ear earnDtI
and nDtI a price for the absolute purchase purchaseof
of the land was agreed upon Going Goingback Goingbaclt Goingback
back to Boston he enlisted the he aid of ofMlgs ofMiss ofMiss
Miss Alice 0 Fletcher well known knownfor kno knotivnfor vn vntor
for her notable contributions to the theknowledge theImowledge theknowledge
knowledge of Indian life Miss Fletch Fletcher ¬
er meeting In Newport a a few ow Boston Bostonladles Bostonladies
ladles 1 11111 e8 appealed to them for support supportwith sUPIIlrtwith supportwith
with so much effect flect that In the winter winterof winterof winterof
of 1888 a private circular was Issued Issuedwith Issucdwith issuedwith
with the Indorsement of the late Fran Francis l Francis 1nn 1nnclslarltman ¬
cis clslarltman ParKinan the historian of the theWest thoWest theWest
West calling for subscriptions As a aresult aresult aresult
result a sulllclent sum amounting to toabout toabout toabout
about X0000 0000 was secured to buy bu such suchland suchland suchland
land ns seemed to be required for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose In view and to take steps for forthe torthe forthe
the preservation of the Serpent with withprovisions withpro7I withprovllons
provisions pro7I lons for making thorough exca excavations excaatlons oxenrations ¬
rations atlons In the Immediate neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood In the end some seventyfive seventyfiveacres sevent3 seventyfiveacres ne neacres
acres of land along the pike loading loadingfrom leadingfrom lendingfrom
from Peebles to HlHsborougli were werepurchased worepurchased werepurchased
purchased and the whole under the thename thename thename
name of the Serpent Mound Park was wastransferred wastransferred I1S I1Stransfmred
transferred to the keeping of tho Pea Peabody Peabody Penbody
body Museum In trust trustThis trustlhl8 trustThis
This movement not only saved the theGroat theGreat theGreat
Great Serpent Itself but was the thecause theauso thecause
cause of stimulating increased inter interest Intercst laterest ¬
est In tho preservation of the nrchnc nrchnclogical alchae10lcal archaelogical
logical remains 6f Ohio in general generalThe generalThe generalThe
The General Gen ral Assembly at the sugges suggestion suggestlon suggestlon ¬
tlon of Professor M 0 Read of Hud Hudson 11udson Iiudson ¬
son passed a law In 1888 exempting exemptingfrom exemptingf1om exemptingfrom
from taxation lands In the State on onwhich onwblcb onwhich
which are situated any prehistoric prehistoricearthworks prehistoriceartInvorlcs prehistoriceartlnworlts
earthworks and which may have been beenor beenor beenor
or mny hereafter bo purchased by any anyperson nn nnperson anyperson
person association or company for the thepurpose thepurpofe tinepurpose
purpose of preservation of said earth earthworks earthVorls earthworks ¬
works and are not hold for profit but butare butare butare
are or shall be dedicated tle lcatcd to public use useas useIt useas
as It prehistoric parks parksProfessor parltsProressor parksProfessor
Professor Putnam named immcditoly ntely be began began began ¬
gan work worktto Vorl tto to put the mound and the thenew thenew tinenew
new park containing It In u suitable suitablecondition flultnbllcondition suitablecondition
condition as n public pleasure groundThe ground groundTho groundThe
The convolutions of tho serpent were wereoutlined wereoutUnel wereoutlined
outlined by gravel paths so that they theymight theymight theymight
might be followed from end to end endwithout endwithout endwithout
without Injury to the monument itself itselfIn ItseltIn itselfIn
In the southwest corner of the park a apleasant Itpleasant aplonsant
pleasant picnic ground was arranged arrangedwith arr111gedwIth arrangedwith
with a a spring of water protected by nsubstantial n nsubstantial asubstantial
substantial springhouse A wellbuilt wellbuiltroad well wellbuiltroad ullt ulltroad
road leads diagonally across the park parkand parkan parkand
and an tho whole was put under tho care
of ot l i competent keeper The presin presintransfer present presenttransfer I
transfer to the Ohio Archaeloglcal an anHistorical and nnll1I1lorlcal andHistorical <
Historical Society Is In accordance accordancescourse of ofcourse I Ico
course co rsl with the principle that wher wherovor wherover I
over possible historical sites arc mon monappropriately moroainproprintely I Ial1
al1 appropriately toprlatllY cared for fo by n local so socMty 110ctity soelety
cMty When tho Peabody Museum Museumtook lIusenmto Museumtook
took to lc over the property there was n nsuch no nosuch < I Isuch
such society available availableSerpent a availableSerpent I
Serpent Hill as ono looks up towartIt toward towardIt
It from rein the th cultivated meadows 01 01the on ontine I Ithe
the hither sIde of Brush Creek rises rlscisteep risessteep i isteep
steep and woody to n height of nearly I
100 feet It Is crescentshaped creseent shaped follow followIng tollowlUg followlug
lUg the bend of tho river below It nn nnthe and andthe < I
the bold turn to the northwest itl itlcrowned li licrowned I I IcrOwned
crowned by a sheer cliff of bare rooks rooksWhich rockswhich I Iwhich
Which slopes to n point like the th nose nosiof noseot noseof
of some monstrous animal On tin tinback the the1Jnel thebACit
back bACit of this rocky spud Is the sorpcn sorpcnUsolf serpent serpentitself I IItI
I Iswnllow
itself ItI lf opening Its huge jaws as If t tswallow to toswallow <
swallow the great hollow oval or eg egbefore egg eggbefore eggbefore
before It The body winds in broad broadgraceful broadgraceful broadgraceful
graceful curves cl1rvesdowu down to t the he coiled tall tallat tallat tallat
at the end endIt endIt endIt
It seems to bo1 generally ngreed bj bjarchaeologists by byarChaeologists byarchaeologists
archaeologists that Uio UI mound was waierected wasgreoted I Irected
erected greoted for ceremonial ceremonla1nnl1 and symbolic syinbollipurposes sY111b01llp symbolicpurposes
purposes p purposes poses and was ncjt n9tconnected eonneeted connected with willtlie withtIfe withthe
tlie the Idea of sepulture In the ccntrf centreof ccntrfof centroot
of the eggshaped oval oval Is a heap ot otstones o ostones ofstones
stones showing the effect of fire This Thlialtar Thlgnltar Thisaltar
altar If such It Is was ason once e much mucllarger muchlarger muchlarger
larger than now having been broker brokerup 1Jroklnup brokenup
up some sixty years year8n ago 0 InBomesearcl InBomesearclfor
for burled treasure The oval Is 101 101feet laO laOteet 100feet
feet long oy eighty feet wide am amabout antI antIabout andabout
about Iour I our feet high From the end euclof endat endot
of at the oval al to tile tip of the tall fnUis la 1st 1stdistance n ndl adl
distance dl t1ice of 490 feet In na air alrll airhie Use c but but134S
1 1318 feet If measured from the end of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th oval to the neck of thcjsorpeut thQ tin serpent and andthen al1l1then andthen
then along the convolutions of the thabody thobody thebody
body From the theUI tip of the upper jaw jawto jawt jawti
to t ti the end of the tall the serpent It Itself Itself itself ¬
self measures 1254 foot The average averageWidth ave1l1gGWidth nverngswidth
Width of the body Is about twenty feet feetand feetfind feetand
and Its height along alon the head and andbody anl1bOdy andbody
body from from four to five feet feetThe teet1he feetThe
The Peabody Museum In Cambridge Cambridgeretains Cl1mbrlllgGretains Cambridgeretains
retains a memorial of Its now terrain terrainntod termlnatoll terminated
atoll connection with lth this great monu monument maim maimment menuheat ¬
ment of the past In the shape of a very verybeautifully verybeautifully cry crybenutlfully
beautifully executed model of the park pnrliwhich parkwhich parkwhich
which It formerly owned done by byWards byWOIds byWards
Wards natural science establishment establishmentIn
In Rochester N Y under the sniperviion super supervlsjon 11l1pe1vl
vlsjon vl viion loll of Professor Putnam from sur surveys SULeys surveys ¬
veys eys by 0 Cowen It measures six feel feelsix teelsix feelsix
six Inch by four foot eight hitchesTime Inches InchesThe
The contour of the land is shown most mostInterestingly moslInterestingly mostinterestingly
Interestingly In green with its forests forestsnnd totestsand forestsagtl
and cliffs and cultivated land and nndBrush anllBIush andBrush
Brush Crock flowing through the thowhole thewhole thewhole
whole A duplicate of this model had hadalso 11l1 11l1also halalso
also been procured for the Field Co Columbian Columblan Colunibian ¬
lumbian Museum In Chicago ChlcagoCblcago ChlcagoCblcago1hnesIIc1I1Id ChicagoChleagoTimesHerald Chicago ChicagoTimesHerald
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timidly tlmlll1 as the the two walked along the thequiet thequIet thequiet
quiet street on the way to church churchmay chmchma churchmay
may ma I presume upon our somewhat somewhatshort Iomewhatshort somewhatshort
short acquaintance to ask you a qucs qucstion questlon qucstion
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long afterward t be remembered how howher howher howher
her voice trembled embled aim how the little littlehand littlehand littlehand
hand that restd rest tI upon his arm fiuttoretl fIut fluttered fIuttototl ¬
tered with a ri shy nervousness that thatawoke thatawoke thatawoke
awoke a responsive chord In his knees kneesLong kneesLonglong kneesLonglong
Long Longlong long afterward he could close closehis closohis closehis
his eyes nnd see as vividly as he did didnt tlldat didat
at that moment every detail of the thecommonplace Ihecommonplacelondscape thecommonplace
commonplace commonplacelondscape landscape that environed environedhim cnvroned111mtho environedlainthe
him 111mtho the street with the rows of gas gaslamps gaslamps gaslnmpa
lamps struggling In vein to illumine Illumlriothe lIlumhlotho illuminetine
the gloom of a cloudy evening evcnlngthe evcnlngtheloepy eveningthesleepy tho thosleepy
sleepy looking houses that stretched stretchedmonotonously stretchedlUonotoneusly stretchedmonotonously
monotonously away until lost in the thedim thedim thedim
dim foggy perspective perspectivethe the sombre sombrebleak SOIll1Jfbleak sombrebleak
bleak sky overhead oelheltland and the occasion occasional ¬
al pedestrian flitting About In the thesemidarkness thesemldarlmess thesemidarkness
semidarkness like an uneasy ghost ghostsuffering gh03tsullellng ghostsuffering
suffering from Insomnia and wt walking walkingbecause WI1ltgbecause 1h g gbecause
because there was nothing else to do doWhy CoWhr doWhy
Why Miss Do Mulf Mult 1m gasped gaspedcertainly gaspedcertalnly gaspedeoitnlnly
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feel t el that you ou mustTlnen mustl mustlThen mustljhEI1
Then Mr Slowman she said initlug halt halting hnltIng ¬
ing directly opposite a street lamp lampand 11I11pnud lampand
and looking the trembling young t111g man mansquarely manslualel3 marssquarely
squarely In the face will you yon please plonsotoll ploasttoll pleasetell
toll me It my hat Is on Htrulght HtrulghtTactics straigintlTactlca 1 1Tactic
Tactics of Iltid 111rdo In Stormy Weather WeatherDuring WentherDuring cather catherDUIIng
During tremendous wind storm stonmbirds stormIJ1 stormsbirds
birds IJ1 s may sometimes be seen I1yIng I1yIngoverhead flying flyingoverhead flyingoverhend
overhead at a great altitude When Whenthis Whellthis WInenlthus
this phenomenon Is observed It may maybe maybo maybe
be taken for granted that the upper upperatmosphere uppciatmosphere l1PPllatmosphere
atmosphere Is comparatively quiet and andthat andthat andthat
that the disturbance Is confined chiefly chieflyto
to the lower regions regionsWhen leglonsWhen regionsWhen
When n heavy Wind or gale springs springsup springsup springsup
up says Penrsons Weekly the gulls gullstorus gullstorns gullstorus
torus and petrels will fly 6 to and froover fro froover rrooer
over the waters surface rising and rindfoiling nndfalling andttilllng
falling and uttering their peculiar peculiarcries pecullalcries peculiarcries
cries of of ofwarning warning If the storm extends extendstoo extendstoo extendstoo
too high up th they < 5y will drift gradually graduallywith graduallywith graduallywith
with the wind or fly away away on the edge cdgaof edg edgot edgeof
of the hurricane hurricaneA
A young herring gull n petrel or ortern ri ritorn qtern
tern thus surprised will beat ujagainst up upagainst uII uIIagainst
against the wind with powerful flight flightIt IIIghtIt tlighitIt
It will rise high In the air facing tho thogale thogale tinegale
gale and making a little progresd progresdforward llrogresafOIwart1 progresdforward
forward as well as upward Then It Itwill itwill
will 11 descend with rapid flight toward towardouo toI1111one towardone
one side of the storm swept path but butfalling butfal1lng butfalling
falling off at the same time In the direetiop di direction < II IIlocUon ¬
rection reetiop of the blowing wind Once Oncemore Oncenore Oncemore
more It will sweep around and face facutho taclIthe facethe
the storm ascending heavenward and anddstrikingly nndstrikingly andstrlklngl
strikingly desperately out toward tit thidirection th thdlreeUon titdirection
direction of the storm By pursuluIthese pursuing pursuingthese 1IU8Ulnthese
these tactics the bird will gradually grndnnllylwork graduallywork gln < Iua1 Iua1worle
work Itself to one side of the Btorul Btorulcentre storn storncontle stor Iu Iucentre
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I Every mother possesses ossellses information infor ti of f vital value to her heryoung heryoung heryoung
young daughter That daughter is a precious recious legacy and andthe andthe andthe
the responsibility f for or her future is largely in the hands of the themother themother themother
mother The mysterious change that develops the thought thoughtless thoughtless thoughtloss ¬
less girl into the thoughtful woman should find the mother motheron motheron
on the watch day and night As fiho cares for the physical physicalwellbeing phyaicalwellboing physicalwellbeing
wellbeing of her daughter so will the woman be and herchildren her herchildren herchildren
children also alsoWhen alsoWhen alsoWhen
When the young girls thoughts become sluggish when whensho whensho whensho
sho experiences experiences headaches dizziness faintness and exhibits exhibitsan
an abnormal disposition to sleep slee pains in the back and lower lowerlimbs lowerlimbs lowerlimbs
limbs eyes dim desire for solitude and a dislike for the thesociety thesociety thesociety
society of other girls when she is a mystery to herself and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends then the mother should go to her aid promptly prom tly At Atsuch Atsuch Atsuch
such a time tho greatest aid to nature is jLydia Lydia E 1L 1 Pink Pinkhams PInkhams lnlt lnlthams
hams Vegetable Compound It prepares the young youngsystem youngsystem youngsystem
system for tho coming coming change and is the surest reliance in inthis inthis inthis
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The following followin followinletters letters from Miss Good are practical proof proofof proofof proofof
of Mrs Pinkhanrs s efficient advice to young women womenf womenMiss womenMls3 womenMiss
f Miss Good asks Mrs Plnkham for Help HelpJune HelpJune j jJune
June 12th 1600 1600DEAB
DEAB MRS PINKHAM PnumlnI I have been very much bothered for some
time with my monthly periods being Irrbgular I will tell you all about nboutit
it and nd put myself In your care for I have heard so much of you Each Eachmonth Eachmonth Eachmonth
month menstruation would become less and less until It entirely stopped
for six months and now It has stopped again gain I havo become very ver ucr ucr29tn ucrvous ucrvous
vous and of a very bad color I am a a young girl and have always led to towork towork
work very hard 1 would be very very much pleased it ifyou ityou
you would tell me what to do Mtss Itss PltlUL OOOD
ti Cor 29tn Avenuo and Yeslar Way Seattle Wash WashThe WashThe WashT11e
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February 10th 1000 1000DEAnMng 1000I
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E Pinlebanls Vegetable Compound enough It is isjust islust
just made simply wonderful the change mange your medicine
has made lu mo I feel like another person person My Mywork Myworle Mywork
work Is now a pleasure to me while before using usingyour usingyour usingyour
your your medicine It was a burden Today I am amhealthy a ahealthy ahealthy
healthy and happy girl I think If more women womenMISS womenwould
lit would use your Vegetable Compound there would be beless
It less suffering in the world I cannot expre5 ex ress theIt the therellcf
relief I havo experienced by using usln Lydia 12 E Pink PinkImmfl Pinkham PlnkMI5S
MISS PEARL GOOD Immfl ham Vegetable Compound CompoundlIhss Sliss PEARL GOOD GOODCor GOODCor GoonCor
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