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Th Earth'a Surfac.
The surface ol the earth can be
compared I the top of a barrel of
isphslt hard and rigid through nnd
through, sfMiucd and cracked on the
surface bv the e einen ts. For ten
miles in a straight line below th
surface the earth is probably dry
and hard, of a rock substance. The
pressure of this substance upon the
heated center of the earth keeps it
from getting hotter than it is, just
as vou can keep water from boiling
by an appropriately sufficient pres
sure. I he fact that there is steam
in volcanic eruptions is the leakage
of the interior pressure of heat in
the earth. The character of matter
in the center of the earth or its im
mediate environment roust be some
thing like pumice stone spongy,
porous, light because when the
earth's interior matter is melted in
the high temperatures that are
there it dissolves; and there is con
siderable water in it that escapes
through vok-jiaic crater? in steam.
Professor Hal lock, Columbia Uni-rexsiiv.
S?tatIl&K Btiv-en the Id
THE JASPER COURIER
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It advocates improvements, bet
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Chinos Vorship of Ancttiors.
The one spiritual force that dom
inates every class of society in Chi
na is ancestor worship. In the Chi
nese religion there is no other that
can take its place for a moment. A
man may or may not worship idols.
He may express hi niter skeptic
ism about them or profess belief in
them. No one carea what Le
thinks. Let him, ovr . nestfe'M
the worship of thf nnt he i?
looked npou anl .i:!od with
the bitterest scorn Urt:. ,r o vn
relations und l;v n:? j;f 'Lb-
worst xaum th.t t! !.: i .
hurl against thr- fhr t:;"..
one t-hat ti;i" h;K. i o. .
sneering stati:mt rl.st h? 1C
ancestors. ?."ew York Tribute.
!crctsd to Surrender.
The youns man bad asked hc
father for his daughter and been
"Then you will not give me
Jane?" he hoarsely eman!ed.
ul didn't speak in Volapuk, did
?" sneered Jane's f athef.
The youag afll pause aft tic
"I am consider! a good looking
fellow' he said, "ldie turn ani
Btare after me as I pes alcoig th
street. Your cook nilaÄ at me to
night while T lingered at the sidfl
door. I returned the smile. üSTott
I will follow up this favorabU im
pression. I will make loYt to thi
cook. Ia a wtck r. will elope!"
The old man tunwed pale.
"Don't talk like that!" he gasped
You wouldn't b'e cruel enough to
pb us of our cooff! No, !! JN- t
another word! Jane hi your!
Qevel&nd Plain Deal nr.
Too Great a Loss.
Whoever kno. anything abor
the small boy ancf his pride u .h
first pair of troupers will recognize
the truth of a story the Philadel
phia Ledger prints.
Tommy was at Sunday school in
his' first "real" clothe?. A picture
of a lot of little angels was befoif
the class, and the teacher ".ske
Tommy if ho would not like t he
"No, maVn," roplh-d Ton-ij
after in?pe ti-j yAc
"TNot w:t ;) ho ;n ::i.-r,,i
mv,M re proai iiir- !,r
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DRUGS Bill YOUR "
BO, USE SALTS
When Ohio Failed.
In the rnicbt of C. B. Ualtotfitfi
lecture on ''Lafayette' tho $bT
night at tbe Young Men's Christian
association he spenl quite a littii
time on the incideat of the princelj
sum of 5140,000 which he brought
with him to thio country and gave
trVVhen Lafayett returned to. the
unitrd States ab'jut forty-two years
laterÄ'onress voted him $200,000
in return foi the ? l0.0'"0 which he
gave to us in dirit fcip of greal
aeed. Wis en the r-)tc w?s taken ev
ery state the I'n'nn voted for it
with h '1? !-i-i!.nn it oEt!y the
exception of Cnlunabiw
OLD-TIME COLD CUBE
! DEINE HOT-TEA!
If your L
aching or Bladder
'nk lot of water
rrc . . most.
When your knevs hurt and your back
cela son, dor, pet oared and proceed
to load your otomach with a lot of drugs
that excitö tlio kidneys and irritate th
entire uriiiAxy tract. Keep your kidneya
clean like you keop your bowel clean,
by nuj&bing them with a mild, harmlesa
volts which removes tho body's urinous
wt and stirauiatea them to their nor
mal activity. The function of tho kid
neys 13 to filter the blood. In 24 hours
tdicy Btrain from it COO grains of acid
and 'raste, so wo can readily understand
tbe vital importance of keeping the kid
Drinl: lots of YTKter you can't drink
too nu. 'h; alao get from any pharmacist
about oiu cuneos of Jad Bfdta; tko
x tubIspoonfil :t a, glass of water
before breakfast h morning for a few
days end your -ädneyQ will act fine.
This iamous salts is mado from tho
acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for genera
tions to cltcn and stimulate clogged kid
eys; also to neutralize tbe acids in
urine eo it bo longer is a eouroo of irri
gation, thai aoding bladder we&knesa.
Jad SaHa ia inexpensive; cannot in
jure j makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep their kid
aeyB cltan and active. Try thi, also
keep np the wntar drinking, and no
doubt you will 'trondsr what became .of
you Hdney trouble and backaeiha
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea at any pharmacy. Take a
tablespoonful of the tea, put a cup of
boiling' water upon it, pour through &
sieve and drink a teacup full at any
time during the day or before retiring.
It is the most effective way to break
a cold and cure grip, as it opens the
pores of the skin, relieving congestion
Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking
up a cold.
Try it tho next time you suffer from
a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
Hi RHEUMATISM FROM
STIFF AC1G JOINTS
Kuh Soreness from joints and muscles
with a small trial bottle of old
St. Jacohs Liniment
St od "dosing-" lvhe'imaiism.
It's pain only; nut one case in fifty
requires internal treatment. Rub
souihing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Lini
ment' right on tho "tender spot," and
by the time yon say Jack Robinson
out coms the rheumatic pain. "St.
Jacob's Liniment" is a harmless rheu
matism ei:re which never disappoints
aiid dowsn't burn the slin. It ta-kes
nain, soreness and stiffness from Sell
ins: joints, muscles and bones; stops
sciatica, lumbago, backache, neuralgia.
Limber up I Got a 80 cent battle of
old-time, honest "St. Jacobs Liniment"
from any drug store, and in a moment
you'll ho free from pujus, achea and
stiffness. Don't suffer I Itub rheuma
7t r.Min ho-. ighpd tho maid.
"1 vi-tvJ vuu liiulily, Mr. Hunter,
"V. dl. 1 suppose it cannot be
h.'!'H"J," I he young man replied,
:. -''.r.j his chagrin and looking
' :,r his hat, ""but it defeats all
tj-crifihetl hopes. I had planned
i ! ) in which 1 fondly imagined
? i v jiit Le hnppy. It was to have
; i pantry twice as large as the
i.arv S'7.0, with a roomy closet in
:hich to sway the ner cooking
ttnsil nnd -hias that a woman
navirniiy lt:ys vlum a peddles
"St:.. tirorge.'' be said, falter
n.' ''PerinipH I have been too hao
t? me no eher day or two to
dt ri !r it oxer It is not imposiihie
Sow wliii nre young and you'll
reap wheayjiu uru old. This applies
In grains o-f " Imliistrt as well as to
ror Infants ard CMldren.
M ALCOHOL-S PER crNTS. J
m AtEoferKpaafci Always
2 S sn.iai:nthcrnodtiyKc$uU--i
Hbicral. Not NaiC
b a M fl I
Never be fearful of doing nvrc thau
is required of jou. If o wait for
more pay before you do more work
the minennTnd will protably and you
ou the same old joh.
Remember that agitator never
yet filled u pay envelope, although he
has helped to kÄm mkny a out un-
"Cause V 1 h.Mvc- j-ivo -n n-
Thft CUvtrr V: v?r Bid.
' n intei-niii;i h:rd is the k4i&
er:' It septus to be fond of icmk
tng euonnons nests ir:or?ly for th
purpose of. exercise in tbe art of
construction. Supply tkese birdi
with strings and straw, and the
will use them up rapidly, and thei:
fabric is woven with a perfectnes
that. is astonishing. In some coun
tries it is the custom of the weave:
birds to coionizo and build one hir
fiat topped platform, two or thre
yar'ds across, which is so admirub!)
put together as to ah od tht rain
well aa any roof could d. Un4r
tliis roof thf nidk indivaduAl k
ctfshaped nm bringing p ua4rt
Ihs unHva triMBtur a lrge ai
iuUrtstinf füly of Ütle rwers.
jThere it another bird, oalfed tk
tiiOoc," wh'ujti, 'imtmi of
Mb aeat, incloses it in 1bt aft
fth tht lOUr iofathar witt
pi mm,Jmi m mm ovtk mm a
4 a oUio.
THE OIJOTQW TO JtHNL
H Wii Easily PUnMvtd Whtn it 4
utin Was Explmlnä.
The Gayjords and Nlson hxt
always been neighbor and intimat'
friends. So when Jo'hu Galord b?
twenty-fourf a tine n fellow as eve)
was, began fo .ee v-Uri an altogetli
er charming a;iri M11y Nelson va
there was natura!! v no opposition
Indeed, a :! 'Miiair' became se
xious it tv'si.-1 i-ichmt to ?,), includ
ing John r-ud Molh th:fiselvp3.
that the parr.t mcerr.i w-ere de
lighted. A? vol 'here wus no f .--.
al uvnoi:iv-;:"te:it. but every o.
knew that 'A was "understood' rr
evening sin;'r evcniri John tail;
to Molly on fron? p:h, oftu
linp'erin': after ihn other Nelso.
had re t ii ad.
The surprise of tb vrn uTas co
eeqner.tiv rroat when one evening
sbaiTlin? ut v-i lowm In the huii
and prwntlv lr. Nelson appears
in stlipiKT and dreasin: pw;n, can
die in hand. Quite iidently he
had gone 1 bed and then got up
for some prin'-e,
"Whv. fwt'ier. whar is the mat
hclf:'' -ur ' irnMi, 4.
her fi'V; - ri:J thviv !iikatinr
and yin: ' 'in riopiv J'.n. Ipn
ing ernt tho door; t !;cr. h
had .l-.od f:r the last fUteen m'n
ates ;ayin good night to Molly
felt decide-d!y uncomfortable iiBdei
Mr. Nelbons ga'c.
In fact, it wns euibarrassinr ah
around, But John is a young man
whu goes straight to the point.
"I? anything wrong. Mr. Nel
son?" he began. "Am I to infer
that von object to ray being here?"
"Well, no, not exactly, John1
Mr. !Nelso coughed slightly, hesi
tating. 'rIt's only that mother and
I would like to get a little sleep'
"Father cried Molly, quite in-
difrnant, "we couldn't have been gib
turbing any one! John has been
talking vcrv lor
"I don't doubt that, my dear, j
Mr. Nelson Avas beginning to enj9y
the situation. "It's rot that, nox j
have I any objection to John's talk- j
ing to you. In fact, 1 aaven t ai
objection in the world to John no
to his conduct, except"
Mr. Nelson is open to suspicion oi
having prolonged the mattr unnec
essarily at this point.
"except in one thing. Kra. Ktlr
son amd I do object saritusly, my
dear John, to tha habit j(M to
hRt f orratd tkia aekif oi laaainj?
again tha ball f ush. 0r M
room m next t m lQicne
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