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or- Ll PE,*-.
This life ia full of worthiness.
Obscured by circumstance,
But blossoming into glorious thing?
When once it gets a chance.
The pumpkin seems a lowly fruit;
'Tia neither fair nor sweet,
lint when it is transformed, to pic,
In faith, it can't be bent!
M Sit? Knew lier Man.
He-"Darling, which would you rntb
*sr have for a birt inlay present, a seal
skin cloak or an automobile?"
Wife-"I'd rather have $10, ?ear;"
Mew York Times.
More Thun Time to Go.
"My gracious!" exclaimed Mr. Stay
late, "it's nearly Iii o'clock. It's time
"Oi" said Miss Pepprey, meaningly.
"It'tt surely later than that"-Phila
Teacher-ftYcs, 'revive' moans "to
'conm to.' Now make a seutence con
taining tliat word."
Bright Boy-"If one npple costs three
cents what'Il four apples revive?"
TVo Moonshine Matinee?.
Tess-"He has proposed to Miss
Jess-"For goodness sake! .But per
haps there is some excuse for him."
Tess-"Not a bit of it. He did it in
broad daylight."-Philadelphia Press.
Keglnninf; nt Home.
Jasper-"I understood that you haO
turned over a new leaf, and were even
xoiug to lev? your enemies, but it
seems to mc that you lore no one but
Mrs. Jasper-"Well, I am my own
A .Turenllo Philanthropist.
"I like tl:at hoy of Snlggins's."
"Isn't he a little obstinate? The day
1 calicd his mother had to threaten to
spank him before lie would recite
pieces for tho ladles and gentlemen."
"That Isn't obstinacy. That's moral
Teacher-"??uut ls meant by .'me
. VVTm?fc^'Wa?rr.:^ '.'^Y
Toae!?(&r-r"Wha' m?dium of
^?hja^?-what--do you laka ito the
ator?* iVrtTf ' you when your-mother
?ends fyou for groceriesV"
Wili'lc-"The hook." - Buffalo Ex
"Colonel," asked thc beautiful grass
widow, "is your ideal tall or short':"
"How cnn you ask nie such a ques
tion," he replied, looking around to
ace that no witnesses were present,
"when you are only mediumV"
Then she called him a "naughty
l>3y" and protended that she believed
toe was a flutterer.
Another Disputed Chart.
"Well." said the llrst bicyclist, "we ]
ought to be right in thc middle tof
Biggville according to the map, yet, as
you may seo for yourself, we are on i
amid road some miles from anywhere."
"I can't understand lt," said the sec
ond bicyclist, "unless the map was
made hy some of those naval experts."'
Miss Budd-"Yes, sin; did say some
thing about you, but I don't know
.whether it was meant to be compli
mentary or not."
Mr. Kallow-"O! I'll warrant I Im
Miss Budd-"I don't know; at any
Tale she commented on your 'bloomlug
cheek.' "-Philadelphia Press.
SNIjrbtly Ml ?eil.
Marjorie-"Yes, Carrie is engaged to
Grandmother, (slightly deaf)-"And
What ls that?"
Marjorie-"Why. don't you know
he teaches physics-the law of forces.
Grandmother - "Physics horses?
Well, I don't think much of that for a
profession."-New York Times.
"What's the matter here?" said tho
officer, coming ir.!?? ii;:* restaurant.
"Why, boss. Ibis man said I could
?Mt one of his diuners without any
trouble," Bald the tramp.
"Well, I ate one, and I've got no
money to pay for lt, and now lt seems
there's all sorts of trouble."-Yonkers
Doini: Hts Host.
"What n nice, sensible hat!" ex
"I don't quito see why you speak of
tit lu that manner," she answered.
"I was simply doing my best io
catch the proper phrase. I have ob
served that when ever any garment
that makes a woman less attractive
comes imo vogue it ls invariably re
-tprrcd to ns 'sensible.' "-Washington
A Doctor'? Testimonial.
Dr. O. I. H. Caw thon, of Andalusia, Alo.
writes: "Tcttorine is naporlor to any ramed?
known to ino for Eczema and stubborn skin
disensos." COe. a box by mail from J. T. Sbup
trino. Savannah, Ga., if your druggist don*',
koop it. _
An ordinary piano contains a mile o?
Bast For tb? Bowels.
Ko matter what alls you, rjadaohs to *
cana er, you will neror get well until Tour
bowels are put right. OASOABKTI help natur?,
cure you without a grips or pain, produis
easy natural movement?, cost you just U
cents to start getting your health bask. OAI
CABKTB Gandy Cathartic, tbs genuine, put up
in metal boxes, every tablet has O.C G.
stamped on it. Beware or imitations.
With thc aid of a microphone you can
hear a Hy walk'.
FITS permanently cured. No tit? or nervous
ness after first day's usn of Dr. Kline's Great
Nervo Reut?ror. $2 trial bottle and treatise free
Dr. R. H. Ki.ntK,I.U.. 881 Arch St., PhUa. Pa.
The first American telescope was put in
position at Yale College in 1830.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, euros wind collo. 85a a bottle.
South Walva raises more coal than any
other part of Great Britain. *
Pico's Curo for Consumption is an infallible
medicine for coughs and colds.-N. W. SAMUEL,
Ooean Grove, N. J., Fob. 17. 1U0O.
A Peremptory Sermon.
A bootmaker living at East Dean, a
village in Suss-ex, Eng.. about two miles
distant from Goodwood Fark, bas adopt
ed a very summary method with regard
to customers who takes long credit. In
thc window of his cabin hangs thc fol
lowing memorandum :
"Now J. Johnson, don't you think it
time that you pay thc 2 bob for repairing
your boots? It is ifi weeks ago that he
asked G. Turner to do thc work. He
could not go to work for his pore feet
He bas not gone yet."
Nell-"I hear Maude has broken off
her engagement." Belle-"Yea; she
said he was a Jonah, so she threw him
^ from .22 to .50 loaded with eithi
/ always give entire satisfaction. *
v modern manner, by exact machir
THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOL.
Thousands of children ni
?/ Worms. Symptoms are scldoi
& child's temperament and upon the var
|? tines, lose no time! Adopt the safe
I DR. BOYKIIN'S \
* A SURE. SPEEDY AND SAFE DES
? IN USE OVER 30 YEARS- ACC
* 26c- BEST VERMIFUGE KNC
" I had a most sui born cough
for many years, lt leprived me
of sleep and I grew^ry thin. I
then tried Ayer's Chery Pectoral,
and was quickly cured
R. N. Mann, Fail tills,Tenn.
Sixty years * cures
and such testimony as the
above, have tau^ji i s what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
We know it's fie great
est cough remeiy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after yc'? try it.
There's cure in cv vydrop.
T" -cesizes: 25c, 60c, Si. H .Iranist?.
Consult your doctor. Ii I: ' -rs take lt.
then do ss ho lays. If > - .' i s yon not
to trike lt, thou don't ta'? . ' 3o knows.
J.eavo lt with him. Wo aro ?IIIIUR.
J. C. AY Kit co.ll-owoli. Mass.
? E ? &
? rt; ? v.- \?
5j Nervous Hondacb. . .'ournfs.In, (ff
*j and SICK HEADACHE. It ls abso- jg
S lately harmless. No ?tfect on thu Jj?
JJ-, lienrt. For salo nt oil D?u? Btores. K
WE PAY R. R. FAKE AND UNDER $5,000
-. It<> A KO AT
> V. ALA.
: k .CON, CA.
20O lltKK NCIIOI.AKSM <
COST. Writ.. Oulck
(?old Alertai at liullnii- ' > iio.Uion.
Syrup ut* Figs
ponent parts nrc
cause it acts with
tions, as it is whe
or ?tala, by ell. druj^iats. PH
ir Black or Smokeless Powder
rhcy arc made and loaded in .
lery operated by skilled experts.
D + ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM
: ?f. ?r- tc; sr- fe*; v- ta-, n.-- w 1
.e being gnawed to distraction by }jj
in reliable. They depend upon the ffi
iety of worina present in thc intes- ?st
and sure course by using ?
YORM KILLER. |
1TR0YER OF THESE MONSTERS
:EPT NONE BUT DR. BOYKIN'S. - $
)WN SOLD EVERYWHERE. J
Tho very newest idea in leather
decoration ia au catire mantel in a
rich abade of Kreon, which was ar
ranged for a Long Island woman who
wan dissatisfied with the ugly mantel
in the dining room of her country
home and waa advised to try the ef
fect of billing the disfiguring projec
tion with leather. Th? result was a
complete success aud several of her
friends have followed her ?ampio to
the extent of having leather mantel
drapery, if not entirely incasing the
chimney corner. For an Indian room
or a den a hanging of leather in a rich
vermilion tone, with an Indian's head
skillfully etched on it, lends a decid
edly bright hit of color.-Detroit Freo
The stranded Thespian who walk?
the railroad track realizes that the race
for fame often results in a tie.
Most ol us attribute the success oi
others to luck.
We refund 10c. Tor ?vary package- ot PBT
vAM FADEi,r.Hrt Dvr. thal failli to ?t,ivo (.atisfac
Hon. Monro:! Drug Co.. Unionville, Mo.
The nvera?e girl i? capricious. Sha will
tell a fellow he ?s tho light of her life and
then turn hint down.
There is morn Catarrh in thU Hf etion of tbs
country than till oilier disraecs pat together,
timi until the 1RS* few ycart; nus supposed to ho
"ncurablo. l'or a great many years doctor*
uronounced it a local dirr?so r.ntl prescribed
local remedies, nnd hy constantly failing to
onre with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. 'Science hus proven catarrh to he a
constitutional disenso and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured hy 1?. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo,
Ohio, ia tho only constitutional cure on tho
market. It is taken internally in doses from
10 drops to a teaspoon:ul. lt acts directly 01.
the blood and mucous surfaces ol the syateit..
They offer one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to cure. Send for circulars end testi
monials. Address P. J.CUKSRY & Co.,Toledo, O.
Soltl by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills ave tho best.
The British boot and shoe trade is
largely dependent upon American ma
ly ?S c\.La*xa*iiver.
appeals to the cultured and the
i to the healthy, because its com
' simple and wholesome and be
out disturbing the natural func
.llyfree from every objectionable
or substance. In the process of
:turing figs are used, as they a"e
: to the tas.e, but the medicinal
of Syrup of Figs are obtained
excellent combination of plants
io be medicinally laxative and to
t its beneficial effects-buy the
-manufactured by the
ico_fifty cervt? per bottle.
For Mure Tlinu re Qnnrtrr of it OCIIUI T
Ihmjcliu $.VC0unil $3.50 shorn lor ?lyle. comfort and wea
tnaki-s sold al thoa.! im.rs. 'Hit- rvicllriit tvv'.ttalioii
aluin-. W. !.. Du.ltllub bliii'.-a liuvo lu fl ve K-licr SwtlHtSi'1
$3.60 nli?i-N ln'cuasu lim u-uuuilloti loi Hie lu si yi.uu u
Hold bu 63 fiouritat More* in Amcri'-ttn rilirt ?rll.no
trtaitr at our projit; and brit ?hoe drali. i t ettrgltiutt r,
.Jil? RtiUJ(tani hun nlwiyt hn*n pinn':! sn lit?:*t i
In ttl? U. I.. D'Utitlnn S8 Ol nu l *l.M Mini-K MI:III li
inorr $3.00 unifc;..? Mi?os limn tiny orlu r iv... munn:
W. L. I)ougln>< 9H.00 und Bri.SO lt t
leather? Hsott in ?C?.OO uiul ?o.oo si." ?: i
Insist upon having VT. I,. trout.*! . .
tin bottom. Shor* r*>nt niiywlirr.? on ii i ? . ? ol
rnm^ftr. Take tiirnnnrriiirntHnf (ont AK KlKitru : ?
VT I il Mi 11 ?ti?) Iv worn: plain or <-.-M> too ; lie .ivy. un un
CATA LOO 1'ItEE.
. , W. L. DOUGLAS,
PRICE. 25 c,
" /mi rcmovcs nom soil
Tlic fertilizer ap
plied, must furnish
enough Potash, or tho
land will lose its pro
Rr.nl carefully our book*
ou crops-sent /'rte.
GERMAN KAU WOK KS.
113 Nassau St., New York.
CJ IV! fT Bookkeeping
^**^ ? ? ?****" HcillliuiiMfilp,
other branches. Thoiiiuinil-t ?ir?
ii w rilling tills r<11. :(. t-n- f ; i ] 1 _\ -
\t lito for p vrticulnrs ut unce.
Room ?50 1?) Kif Ui A vin uo. New Vork tl ty.
WANTED ?? ONCEI
ll aivVgrriuir . ? - ?iae to accoiit
_. Ju-. ? iv Vac to accept Rona po
Ftt!?<rai?.iru?lie s r. . i?l-.i.iiim.-r ?Vii wai?
li pt ti.tc?, Ol
i - tl ..nice wort'
. ?n't iiiibH i lti>
i.i" full inf - rm.
CO 1.1.TI It IA
piitftjona Are et-cur- a.
.V H. K.fSW *n?i niV
?t ,!,oltl? n. hoard . heap.
lier, but write at miro
*?. M.\i*S?i (.bii.r.GK,
oif.i iilii.i. .v. <-.
How to Get 'Rich
A book of It'd t ues written hy n business man
of fit? years experience, who has intuiu fortune*
nt.0 come In contact with tut?t. or tin; Hrh mon
of Hu' country. KK|:t'ct:tlly lot- Loys ?mi voling
mi'ti-yet tlioustti:tls ol' oilier mun read lt.
You hcceuio successful hy foliowinif tllrcei lona.
Mnilcil on receipt, of price Sl.tu cash or money
omer. Awaitx M'lliliu Hu tu rust. ii. N. ?V lr.
.11. St lll'l l'.l.lt. DUM li. li., ATIANI-A. KiA.
nSElwi? CREEK DAIRY AHB
Sro CK FARNI
11 ns f ..r s.n.- ? . 11P, \ 1? ?i ?> . , 9
nu mtier i.f ItPRiatervtl t.l.;C
Y una .IKlt-KV lil l I,H
\Ntt 111.. I-- I'.S. a 1 fmrn
Kr.Mit Milknn.l Hiitt. i i..,'k
I up IOIIHI..; noun LC I<T
IllOO"! ... ll?! f .1111.11!? St .li.? I'OK'..
.?.slf I? t'lulc'l. l'.iinu.l i 'li I ii*
l'.lMlrn>wr:|. Unttli liurii. N.ir.
in mn sntiih. Th
S'. I.um ki-rt nn.l foo
PlK-s luwnj? <>ii Kan.)
Buy Jones Scales
Send a postal fo.* Bargain Catalogue,
JONES UK PAYS Tilt! KHETU11T.
Sox N. Y., iUNUUAAlTC.t, N. y.
WOMEN ! SUFFERERS !
Writ* to ray. For ON CENT AND A HALF "FU
KAY rou i ur? y ur?w.lr, :.t liiHue, ot IMI>M VU.KM.,
Ol.-er.-tliuii, Li&i Virement, Tumore, anil nil tiinal?
wiu.k l'jhn-. Atlilrc?? ii? m r.I SUIM"v Olllr-c bo
low. I'.uti.'iilnrs tro? for ammpMl pnvelope.
UtovaSupply naire, ttnullatuwui N. C. MUS.
LA ll HA M. JII8TICK, Mir.-.
.1Ior? I.n.liex minimi tn U!iissi;mr> 1 territory to
tua i ire ot)), i-:, ut home, (?outl inn . ^m-?
atarupftil KM . elope to
t:TOVA OO.. Moin milrea. South Brail, Ind. .
IV. ?'?. HOI.M ICS IntpTOTdt
Kunu I., vttl "Kellpi**?."
P.O.t ll'..t Lilli te ll'V -I tn.I'???.
Trie *!..-,0 ior.li rmi. W ? t.- for
?le-.M ijitU .. iMTiil-.ir. I J \..r\h
F..i ay Hi St., Al Inn ta. Ha.
nDOPQY N?w VB?: V; ?.??.
%Jt IX ^J' ? W I 'linet: rnlil-f milt our?. w.>j?l
r.K?>. llooa of l?-tmioniaU ninl | tl cl ii va' rra:>iiu?nl
Fr. i'. Sr. H. H. ORIEN S BOMB, to* 8. Atlanta. *?.
CURtS WHERE AIL ?LSE FAILS.
Beat Cough Syrup. Tutea Unod, dun
in tinto. Sold by tlruftg|i.ta.
W. L, DOUGLAS ,
U4.no tait K'l|r?* |,
Lino ('aunot Hi
i-;.titulo.i at Any D'elcis
Hr.! HIP ffi'.inr re<"!!vi'i mum rallia ?? .r lil.? moue)
y. , :in if^i i-laewliere. W. I- It>in:l-n liiabe*iir.ll svlu
r.tctur.'ra in Hi- nor'.il. F.ial Ccim* Ky clot jUV.c?t.
nrotniMlo of tho annie l?l?rli-Kr.itln
. ' art* Jual ns froud In every ivuy. /**^??a/
ns n il!? mu?onnil pr'e<- alcunpcd
r pili"p ntvl ri'M.t? nd'tMlniuit Inr
itateaivleiliMitieu; ?I? KHJ _
nu ur liclil soK-i.