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SUNBURN ANO FRECKLES.
"Why Ooe Tans sad Aootber Freckles Is No
Easy to Explain,
Both of these affections are caused
by the action of the sun's rays, but
"why one person tans while another
freckles ls not easy of explanation.
Both affections are said to be caused
chiefly by the chemical or ultra-violet
Tays, but In the case of sunburn lt ls
probable that the heat also bas some
; The tan may come gradually, without
any burn, after a succession of slight
and brief exposures to the sun or to
high windi*-for -wind will tan ns well
as sunshine. Usually, however, the
city-dweller gets well burned during
the first few days of his vacation in
tho country or on the water.
In severe cases the skin is red, slight
ly swollen, and the sent of A sharp,
barning sensation; if the exposure has
been prolonged, or the glare of the sun
very Intense, It may even be blistered.
After a few days the soreness and
heat subside, and the red color gradu
ally turns to brown.
If the burn is pretty severe, cooling
lotions, such as alcohol and water, di
lated cologne water, a solution of bi
carbonate of soda, or lead water, may
be applied, or tho skin may be smeared
with cold cream, camphor ice, zinc oint
ment, or a mixture of lime-water and
oil. Some such application as this, the
sufferer being careful to keep out of
the sun for a day or two, will usually
If blisters form, they should be prick
ed with a clean needle at the most de
pendent part, and when the water has
drained away they should be covered
with, a cloth spread with one of the
greasy applications Just mentioned.
"Freckles occur usually on persons of
.a sandy complexion, especially those
with red hair. They are not common
in very young children, under six or
eight years of age, or in persons of
middle or advanced life. They usually
come for the first time in summer, and
are less marked, or even disappear, in
winter. Persons who freckle do not
tan, as a rule.
Freckles, like sunburn, may be pre
vented by the wearing of a veil, prefer
ably red or brown. Medical books
sometimes speak cf removing freckles
by electricity, or bj touching each one
with a drop of carbolic acid on a glass
Tod, but such severe remedies are worse
than the disease. The spots will fade
out more or less completely In the win
ter, and will disappear wholly in time.
In any case they are not particularly
A Romedy For the Rod Nose.
A red nose, that trial of trials to a
sensitive woman. Is usually the result
of bad circulation. Wash the feet dally
in warm water, bathe the body every
morning with cold water, adding a lit
tle ammonia to the water. Soaking tho
hands to above the wrists in wurm
water'bas also a beneflciid effect on
the circulation. Hot tea, soup, etc.,
whicby tend to bring the blood to the
fat;y should be avoided.
Millions for Baseball.
A million of dollars are SLent every year
upon the game of baseball, bat large a? this
sam is, it oaanot begin to equal the amount
^8oent by people in search of health. There
is a sure method of obtaining strength, and
. it ls not a costly ona We arge those who
hare spent muon and lost hope to try Hos
te tte r's Stomach Bitters. It strengthens the
.* tomach, makes digestion easy and natural,
and cures dyspepsia, constipation, bilious
ness and weak kidneys.
Sort of llooinoranR WUh.
Mrs. Probe-"That man who had typhoid
sends word ho can't pay your bill for a month
Dr. Probe-"Confound him! I almost wish he
nada': been sick!"-Lifo.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE Baoxo QUININE TABLETS. AU
druggists refund the money If lt falls to euro.
K. W. GROVE'S signature ls on each box. '?'ic.
A Real Vacation.
"You find your wife don't seem to talk to
each other much when you travel."
"Ko; we agreed before we "tarted that we'd
get rested."-Chicago Record.
KITS permanently curod. No Ats or nervous
ness after first day's use o? Dr. Kline's Groat
Nervo Restorer. t? trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. K. ll. HUNS, Ltd., 031 Arch St., Phlla., Pa.
In the Rhetorlo Class.
Young Professor-Give me an example of
>woot Junluiess-Tho phrase, "Man's superi
ority to woman."-Somerville Journal.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. ~?c a bottle.
I do not boliovo Plso'e Curo for Consumption
bas au equal for coughs and colds.-JOHN F.
BOYES, Trinity Springs, IncL, Feb. 15, 1000.
W. H. Griffin, Jackson, Michigan, writes:
"Suffered with Catarrh for fifteen years.
Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me." Sold by Drug
EDITH-Yes; that ls one of ir - ancestors; had
ls head cut off In the tower, I believe.
Reggy-Uaw! elevator accident, I suppose?
are overcome by Lydia E,
Fifty thousand happy
women testify to this In
grateful letters to Mrs*
Menstruation ls a
severe strain on a wo?
man's vitality. If H ls
painful something ls
j Lydia E. Ptokhaw'? Vegetable Cowponnd j
will promptly set right; If
excessive er irregular
write to Mrs, Plnkham,
Lynn, Mass,, for advice*
Evidence abounds that
Mrs* Pinkhamps advice
and medicine havo for
many years been helping
women to bo strong. No
other* advloo ls so un?
varyingly accurate, me
other medicino has such
a record of cure.
Pl SO'S CUR L" FOR
CURES WHERE ALL EISE FAILS.
Cough Srrap. Tastes Good. Cae
la timo. Sold br druggists.
My Itise! My Rose! I loved you so;
With tireless eyes I watched you grow;
From fields afar your roots were
Your life was all my own, I thought.
How fair it wasl t grew content,
So plain thc thine the gardener meant;
In days ov centuries yet to bc,
TLe Hose would be returned to me!
And now I notice, when I pass,
The golden sheen on grain and grass.
And kin ta me in all their need*
Are common Cowers and way-side Weeds.
-Ellen M. II. (Jutes, in Harper's Maga
? A HEART. !
"He has no heart"
"Who? Bon Triabee? We?, per
haps not, sentimentally Speaking; but.
then, he is nw?l-y and fond of society
and Ime lots of courage, and I expect
that is nearly as good a heart r? tf.ke
one ulong in the world. Uv ls always
ready to speak sowe pleasant words
to drive tb? Mues away and make
life brighter for those about bim."
"Oo you know how old he ls?'*
"Well, he looks about 'JU, but
mother declares she used to go tn
school with him long ago and that he
must bj at least 4lV*
"Why, lt ts not possible!"
"One would not think so to look rtt
him, it is true-to see his sU*y, blonde
mustache and the dHttples all the
time coming em\ going in his fair
face; butthere is hlssister, Mrs. Willey
-she must be nearly 40. I have won?
dered sometimes if it did not make
him feel old to have her Children
calling him Uncle Ben."
"His sister* ail worship him."
"Yus, and well they may. for he ls,
ns the old Scotchman says, 'O'er kimi
to them.' "
"And yet you think he has ho
"Well, I mean that he never loveo
anybody, and never could love any
body more than live minutes at a
They were two girls walking along
the street of a pretty New tiuglumi
village and earnestly discussing one ot
the lights of society In the quiet place.
Even while they talked, when his
name had scarcely left their lips, he
joined tluVn, this same light-hearted
bachelor, the existence of whose heart
was so problematical to the sent?- J
mental young damsels.
"Good-morning, girls," bc said, j
cheerily. "You always look like a I
pink and a buttercup. What wonder
ful subject are you discussing now?"
One girl blushed and hesitated, and
the other, more frank and fearless,
said, bravely: "We were talking of
"Of me? Well, that is flattering. !
I declare. Was it some shortcoming of
mine, some sin I have recently com
"No, but we wondered why, when
you are always so kindly and pleasant,
that you have no heart."
The man laughed gayly.
"Is lt the universal verdict that 1
have no heart?" he asked.
And the girl answered: "I guess so.
I have heard it said a good many
times, and I have never heard any
one contradict the fact"
He laughed again-such a merry,
heartsome laugh-and said:
"Well, well, chickens, it is a lack;
that no one would ever accuse you. ol,
only see that your hearts do not lead
you astray, that is all."
With a merry smile he raised his j
hat and said:
"I must bid you gopd-by as well as
good-morning, for I am going away
"Oh, please, Mr. Trlsbee," said one
of the girls, deprecatingly, "don't go
away so early. Why do you always
leave us with the summer, as though
you were such a warm weather bird
you could not bear the frost?"
"I did not suppose you missed me,"
he said, bowing.
"But we do miss you," persisted
the girl, blushing, "and we like to
have you here."
"Thanks, many thanks. I am sure
your gentle and graceful appreciation
would tempt mo to stay, if anything
could, but I must leave, all the same;
so good-by and don't forget me. 1
will be back early in the spring, ready
for another campaign. Which shall
it be-mountain or sea shore?"
The girls were both looking grieved
"Oh, next summer is so long to
wait," said one of them. "Why can't
you stay here now?"
"Don't ask for rensons or explana
tions," be laughed; "they are stupid
things at the best. I am going down
to Mrs. Willey's to bid the children
good-by. Will you go along with
"We are going there, too," thev
said. Aud so the trio moved on to
gether. Thc good-by's were just a*,
merry and frank ns everything else
that the gay bachelor had a hand In,
and soon he went away, with many
kind wishes following him.
As he passed out of sight, turning
at the last instant to throw kisses to
the children, Mabel Ray, one of the
girls who had been talking of him,
said, discontentedly to bis sister:
"I don't see what he wants to go
away for; I should think he might
stay here all the time-I don't think
he minds the cold."
"No, said his sister; "he docs not
mind the cold, it is true, because ne
has been accustomed to it since child
"Then what does he go for?" plead
ed the girl. And the lady, drawing
ber work bnsket nearer her, said:
"I wonder if you two girls would
like me to tell you a story. I will
send the children out to piny and we
will have a quiet time by ourselves."
The girls signifying their delighted
assent, nestled down in the sunshine
to listen to the story.
"It is all about brother Ben," the
lady said, half apologetically. And
the girls, like two children, answered:
"Oh, goody! we want to know so
much about him."
"Fanny says he has no heart," said
Mabel, "but I tell her he has a merry
soul and lots of courage, and that is
nearly as good, Isn't lt?"
"No heart!" The lady repented the
words in a curious, dreamy voice.
"Well, let me tell you my story, and
then you shall judge for yourselves
whether he has any heart.
.Twenty years ago Ben was a boy,
counting his first score of years on
life's great dial, and a happier, more
light-hearted, thoughtless j fellow
never lived. He wns kind to every
body anti mude friends everywhere.
You remember the old house down
in the hollow, surrounded with great
elm trees and wide, green fields. It
was Squire Mnrsden's old place then,
and there was not a handsomer resi
dence in town. He had but one
daughter, you know-Minnie Mars
den, a pretty girl, sweet tempered,
childlike and affectionate. She and
Ben had been school children to
gether, and perfectly devoted to each
otheP ever since they could go alone.
They grew up and entered society
here, and their love for each other ;
was so much a recognized fact as that
of any married couple Ul the hlftcts
I think Ben would have died for her
any h our. so perfect and self-forgetting'
waa his devotion-. But when he
was 22 ?hd she i&, and they th?
prettiest couple yo\i ever ? to
gether, there HWi ? Granger to this
placed kdn?some, stylish man, with
plenty of airs and graces that he had
brought from far away New York ami
seemed delighted to make an exhibi
tion of in our little seaport towri-.
He came upon official Uttslues&^Soin^
thing cutmectwi With" the Otistom
Ho?se^fttiU did not hc?tote , tb an
nounce ?s frcq?eii'tiy as possible that,
he was American ??n'sul somewhere,
had been appointed and approved by
high oQicio! authority and was to
lenv* soon on a brilliant tour that
1 was to bring bim much fame and
honor, not to speak of wealth, which
was a secondary consideration to him?
"Squire Marsden wu* Immensely
flnttered by Ute attention? tb 18
magnificent minister plenipotentiary
paid to lils pretty daughter, and
when the mab, perfectly infatuated:
asked for her banu* lh hiarrlage, that
she might ricc?lhpany him on his won
derful tour, the old man gave him his
blessing and sanction nt once.
"He declared Ben had never said
anything to him about marrying hlh
daughter, and I think it tillite possitil?
that he never had-, ?0r the}' had taken
every! Ul?ig fco much as a matter or
course that they probably had not
paused to put lt iu formal words,
thinking that it was sufficiently well
understood without such formality-.
"So when thc old hitt? told Minnie
what ho expected Of her she looked at
him lb amazement. I think the girl
was flattered by the stranger's atten
tions, but she had not thought that
anything could possibly Interfere With
her love for Ben, and elie had ho
thought of giving him ubi
"Ben \V?8 proud and sensitive.
He knew that Squire Marsden was
wealthy and was inclined to look
down upon his poorer neighbors; still
he had put up with this, as he could,
for Minnie's sake; but now, when the
old man came and told him that but
for him Minuie cbuld mnke a brilliant
match and be received in foreign
courts as the first American lady or
the land Ben hunte Up his mind in an
instant and expressed lt accordingly.
"Minnie is the dearest thing on
earth to me,' he said, 'but heaven
knows I will never stand in the woy
of her happiness.' And so, with bite
brief farewell, lie left heh
"I saw them together that night i
heard him talking with her In tones
that he tried vainly to make calm and
firm. I knew that with Minnie Mars
den he gave up all hope for the
future. I saw him hold her in his
anns for one minute, and then-ah,
well. I ought not to talk of this to you,
girls; but Ben went away and soon
afterward Minnie was married.
"If her bright dream of pride and
wealth and foreign courts was ever
realized there was certainly no evi
dence of lt in the pale, sad face Bile
brought back to our native village
scarcely a year later. She went
home to her father's with her hus
band. He proved to be au idle, specu
lative mau, his head always full of
some great plan-some magnliicent
prospect-soon to bo realized. He In
volved the old man In speculations
that took his broad acres to liquidate,
and then bc died, leaving Minnie no
home and no fortune.
"It was then that Ben came back
here, and I told him how poor Minnie
and her children were. He gave me
money for them, but he refused to
see her. He has never seen her
since; but every year, when her hus
band goes to Wushington and she
comes back here with her little ones,
Ben gives me money to see that she
is well cared for during the winter,
and he goes away, that he may not
see her face."
The two girls were weeping quietly
as the lady ceased to speak, and
Fannie, clasping Mabel's i:und, whis
"He has a heart."
? "Yes. he has." said Mabel, stifling
u quick little sob In her throat.
She did not guess why Mrs. Willey
had told them this story.
PEARLS OF THO'JCHT.
Beauty ls but skin deep.-Old Proverb.
Art ls a perfection of nature.-Slr T
Good manners never can intrude.
Beggars should be no choosers.-J
Life ls too short for mean anxieties.
Assume a virtue, if you have it not
General notions are generally wrong.
-Lady M. Montagu.
Ambition makes more trusty slaves
than need.-Ben Jonson.
Fashion wears out more apparel
than the man.-Shakespeare.
An injury is much sooner forgotten
than an insult-Lord Chesterfield.
Every day should be distinguished
bj nt lenst one partlculer act of love.
Animals are such agreeable friends
they ask no questions, they pass no
Good nature will always supply the
absence of beauty, but beauty cannot
long supply the absence of goodnature.
Alas! this time is never the time for
self denial; it is always the next time.
Abstinence ls always so much more
pleasant to contemplate upon thc other
side of indulgence.-George Macdonald.
Most people dread far more the so
cial frown which follows the doing ot
something conventionally wrong than
they do the qualms of conscience
which follow the doing of something
Intrinsically wrong.-Herbert Spencer
A Hort?'? Inglnrlon* End.
At the Osawntomie insane asylum
the other night one H. Goertzen, a
former citizen of Coffey ville, hanged
himself with bis bed clothing. This
was the simple story sent out from
the institution, but it might be en
larged in a tale of heroism. Four
years ago a runaway horse dashed
down the principal street of Coffey
ville, dragging n carriage in which
sat Mrs. J. It. Mitchell and her baby.
Mr. Goertzen dashed out of his bakery,
threw himself in front of the horse,
and, though dragged and hammered
in n cruel fashion, held on to the reins
unt!l the horse stopped and the wom
an and child were saved. But he
never recovered from his injuries, and
they sent him to the insane asylum
and death by bis own hand.-Kansas
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Two French chemists have discovered
a process bj' which rubber may be.
obtained from a vine known as landon
fia, which prows X911? and luxuriantly
Iii Hearty all parts bf ?frica; iii View
of native copperas near M?ntji?lia,
thc discovery has a hign c?mmerbidi
Copperas i? rarely fourni naturally
formed iii the rocks, but i'd a recent
number of the American Geologist Dr.
Otto Kunzte describes the occurrence
of native coppers near , Montpelier,
Iowa. This is fornico" by tile oxidation
?f lr BU pyrites; nilli is fo?nd linder ail
tiveri\iiiigiiij? clift, bUt only ?t a tiry
Season bf the Jr?ftrj hs the fe'?se with
Yyhlcfi coimeras dissolves in water
would cause it to be readily carried
away at other times.
If a load of coal Is left out of doors,
exposed to the weather, say a month,
it loses one-third of It? heating qUulltf:
If a ton of wini ls" plttctfd on tile ground
abd left there iWld?nothertrJn is ?laced
lindel' l\ siled* thc hitter l?ses about ?3
per ceitt. of its keating dower and tile
former abbiit if p?-'r cent Hence lt li
it great Stlvihg bf coal to have it in il
t? ry pince, ?coveredover and on au sides.
The sorter the coal the more heating
power It loses, because the volatile aud
valuable constituents undergo a slow
A hight}: interesting" find bf reniai'ns
of prehistoric man was made, says il
German journal of anthropology, bri
the banks of the Krapina, a small
stream lu Northern Crotta. It consists
of pieces of the human jaw H?ne with"
teeth. Isolated teeth; parietdi find oc
cipital fragments etc.? and Chipped
instruments bf stone* associated with
rhinoceros tlchorlnus, bos prlralgenlus;
Ursus spelaeus, sus. Castor fiber, etc;
The thickness of tile entire deposit
measures nearly 30 feet Charcoal*
ashes-, burnt sand, stbhe lnlptefiionts
find boric: fragments, a relatively large
proportion of the remains being human,
are found throughout the deposit, ex
cept In its lowermost layer. A detailed
and Illustrated account of the find is te
Professor ttrtolti Pictet bf UeheVri;
Bwitaorhiml, has devised ? simple op^
pa ra tits for decanting oxygen [rom atft
A stream of air at ordinary prcssdre ls
passed through a tube of liquid air intd
il receiver, where the oxygen, nitrogen
and carbon dioxide at once ?separate
according to their specific gravities,
and are drawn ?ff neebrdingly. The
carbon dloxldb comos off ns a liquid;
thc nitrogen Is con verted by a subse
quent process into nitrlcacld. The oxy
gen, which is the most valuable of the
products, is retained in gaseous form. It
can be used with great economy either
alone or mixed with air furnaced Pro
fessor rietet is one of the two Scien
tists who first succeeded Independently
In obtaining liquid alt', fts lobg Ugo tts
1878, though only ill a vaporous lorin.
New Vork Firemen Une Them l? Save
tire? oil Dm U KIRht?.
TllG hew portable search-light that
the lire department in New ?ork has
adopted for saving life on dark nights,
and when smoke obscures the vision
of the firemen, has already had.. Its
trial, and proved Its serviceableness.
The search-lights are placed on either
side of the driver's seat, and, iWtn
18-lnch barrels and 0000 cahtlle-p?wcf
each, they throw B?ch tt powerful
glare upon a burning building that
nothing except brick Walls and wood
en partitions ban stop lt. The lights
penetrate thc deepest smoke that rolls
up from a burning building, and the
firemen have all the light they need
to work by. By the old method fire
men engaged on dark nights In res
cuing people in burning buildings had
to depend upon the feeble glare of the
lanterns they carried. More than
once a brave fireman has uselessly
sacrificed his life In searching rooms
In the dark that contained uo one; but
rather than risk losing one life every
room of a burning building must be
searched. By means of the new elec
tric lights the whole Interior of a
burning building ls made as plain as
daylight, and firemen cnn tell at a
glance from the window-ledge wheth
er their presence 1B needed Inside.
Thc lights are made detachable, Bo
they eau be taken from the engine and
set up on standards. They are also
provided with 200 feet of flexible con
duct ing-cables, which enables the fire
men to run thc search-lights out on
a pier, or even into a building. One
of the great fields for usefulness of
this new apparatus ?3 lu lighting up
the interior of boats when on fire.
When a ship at the pier gets on fire
thc darkness in the hold makes lt
dillicult for thc firemen to control the
flames. Dense volumes of smoke fur
ther obscure the point where the fire
Is burning, and sometimes ship and
cargo are lost simply because the fire
men aro unable to locate the exact
place of thc fire. The portable search
light, which will soon be re-enforced
by similar Incandescent lights for
carrying in the hand, will make fire
fighting at night a much easier matter
than in the past. Heretofore fire
safeguards have been considered
chiefly for the public; it ls a wise move
now to consider the firemen.-Har
Mining Under the Sea in Spain.
The great zinc works of Arnao,
Spain, obtain 50,000 tons of coal a
year from a coal mine, which ex
tends under the Bay of Biscay. On
the sea side of the shaft, working has
to be carried on with thc utmost pre?
caution nnd very slowly. The water
tightness of the submarine portion of
the mine ls due. not only to the slow
ness with which the work ls carried
on but also to the existence of cer
beds of shale which crack and fissure
when pressure comes on to the roof,
and then swell as the sea water fil
Unlike most of the Asturias coal,
which ls friable, dull and iridescent,
the Arnao coal, especially that from
the portion of thc mine below the sea,
Is hard, brilliant and whitish, like
that from thc Saar coal field, this
whitish tint being due to scales of cal
cium sulphate, and sometimes there
ls an appearance of concentric rings
on the surface of the coal pieces.
Telephone Sitrvlco in Hie Un lei! SlnteR.
There arc 1,200,000 miles of copper
wire used in telephone service lu the
United States, and 4.000.000 calls are
received daily In the telephone ex
changes of thc country. Thc wire
would girdle the earth at the equator
48 times, or rench from thc earth to
the moon five times.
"What a happy dog you are! Don't
you ever borrow trouble?"
"Nope! Can't afford to; the interest
ls too hlgh."-Brooklyn Life.
? hi ? 3
9 f .h 9 I f
? a i i: n a s
Mit is starved: lt keeps
e. 8 m i ii ? 6 iii), gets
thinner ana thinner, *
bald spots appear, *
then actual baldness.
The only good hair
thc roots, stops
starvation, and the :
hair grows thick and
l?ng? lt ?Ufes dan
druff lisdi Kecrj a
bottle of ii. ?ri y?iir
lt always restores >
cdior td faded br gray
haif; Miridj we say
S i .00 ii bottle. All drugfrlBto.
" I hare found your Hair Vigor
to l?o tho best renicdv I havo over
tricil for tho lialr. My .lia)'
mir. My lia)? was
falling ont rory bad} so I tix.ueht
bottlo Of it. I hnd
1111 n rt" o'1'
1 would try a
used only ono bottlo, and my hair
f tonged fallinp ont, and it is now
KAXCV J. MOONTCASTT.E,
r^-al illirie am!
Julv 23,1398. Yonkcrsi ?s Y.
YIr!to tho Doctor.
. TT? TT!I1 **>nd yon his book on The
ll.ill- nii'l Sculp. Ask him ni.y quoi
Ihm yon wUli alwur your hair. You
Mill rer.elvo a Prompt nnmver irco, if.
Address, Du. J. C. AYKR, ?
I.un .'ll. Mass. I
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Looking For Revenge.
"rm looking for that best man o?
mine," said the newly-married man
savagely. "When we meet there is go- ]
lng to be blood shed! What ls the mat
ter? Matter enough! Didn't my wife
and I pinn for two months to have our
wedding trip to ourselves and not be
bothered by a lot of grinning strang^
ers who think it funny to tindee ???
another whe?cfer d ri?wly-niarricd
couple appear bn the scene. And didn't
that fool of d best mab, just to be"
smnrt, go and upset all our cherished
plans and have us followed around
like a couple of prize monkeys In a
"We managed to smuggle our trunks
to thc depot without having them tied
all over with white ribbon and other
fool things, and that was victory num
ber one. Then, after we were married
and everyone was walting on the front
porch with rice and old shoes to throw
at us and make ns feel miserable, we
managed to sllb1 through the back dom
and get away without their knowing
lt That was victory number two, and
we thought that that ended it, as wo
had carefully planned to act like old
married folks on our wedding trip, and
there was not the slightest doubt about
our being successful if we had been
"But what did that fool of a best
man go and do, but wire the^ hotels
where we Intended stn y lng that we
had Just boen married and to give us
tho best the house afforded. Oh, yes,
we had a perfectly lovely timel But
when I meet that best man I expect
to have a better time!"-Detroit free
Pl'of. Walter Wilson,
Of the Savannah High School, says:
"I feel lt my duty to testify to the won
derful curativo properties of Tetterine.
It has cured iu a few days my son,
whoso feet had beeu very badly afflict
ed with some stubborn skin trouble,
after having tisod a number of reme
dies without any benefit." 50o. at
druggists or by mail from J. T. Shup
trine, Savannah, Qa.
Ingonlous Idea of a Bride
A Belgian bride of recent date made
an ingenious application of the auto
graph Idea. She asked every guest to
write his or ter name in pencil on tho
train of her white satin gown. These
she will embroider later in silk and
keep as a souvenir of the occasion.
Thc same original young woman had
In her bridal bouquet soms myrtle
grown from a sprig planted by her
from her elder sister's bridal bouquet
A wcddlrg feast in Belgium begins at
3 o'clock in tho afternoon and lasts
Notice-Two traveling salesinon wonted tn each
state Salary and expenses; experience unneces
sary. Pocahontas Tobacco Wks, Bedford City, Va
TOWNE-"He's got an awful cold In his hoad."
Brown-"Severe, rh?" Towne-"Well, I should
say. It was so sovere yesterday lt cracked his
Tito Vest Prescription for Chills
and Fever ls a bottle of GKOVE'S TASTELESS
C uII.i. TONIC, lt ls simply iron nnd quinine la
n tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price OOo.
Thon She Wnntml lt Too.
Mrs. Willful-"My husband told me If I
didn't Uko this brooch you'd chango lt for mo."
Jeweler- "I'ertnlnly, madam. I'll bo only too
glad, as four d'fferent ladles of your set wantod
Did Yon Ever Run AoroM
an old lotter -ink all faded oatt Couldn't
have been Carter's Ink for it doesn't fade.
SnIKIIIV nt tho Zoo.
Mr. Murphy-"?xcufe mo, sorr; but can yo
dlroct mo to the going out Intr?neo?"-Punch.
We refund 10c. for cvory package of PUT
MAM FADELESS DYE that falls to give satis
faction. Monroe Drug Co., Unionvlllo, Mo.
8old by all druggists.
A Park Secret.
Forolgnor-"How aro yonrnonntors elected?"
American-'-None of Ihem will tell."-Puck.
Happiness cannot be bought, but one of
tho great hindrances to Its nltainmnnt can
bo removed by Adams' FepMn Tutti Frutti.
Tliore aro Many Such.
Mrs. Hoon-You can bollevo vory little that
Mrs. Gabbloby says.
Mr. Hoon-Ko; tho poor woman ls sadly
nffllcted with palpitation of the imagination.
A wonjan can make or mar her at
tract! veness. She can bj an utter dis
reg?r'fi ?f hygienic l?Wf? and a neglect
bf toilet accessories lose entirely that
charm bi face and form that nature
obviously intended should be liers. It
will do nb woman harm to know that
a few drops of ? Soothing lotion will
^?nsforin a pair of rough red hands
tn tri soft white ones; that systematic!
barb of the complexion will keep it
smooth and ward off wrinkles, and
that an eagerness to read clever booka
?nd to know things and a lively In
terest In the current events of the day
will brighten the eyes as nothing else
can, except it bo the sympathy of the
man she loves. The woman posses
sing this knowledge ls far moro
charming and .attractive than she In
whoso path no beautifying whims)
have ever come. And the woman I
who applies this knowledge ia the ono
fthd will develop" Ihfd the entertaining,
interesting grandmother of the flexi
generation, ?s dainty and as straight
and as youthful as was the mother di
the bast generation.
? Wonderful MiC'cess.
The Cincinnati, ?., ?o?[rtirer is tho
only paper in the United States that
has maintained the high, hard-price
subscription rates ftp to this date,
Th6 daily Enqnirer costs $14.00 0
tear and its weekly issue 51.00 a year.
Nothing but actual merit and true
worth in ? newspaper could maintain
such rates in these days.
Its circulation; price, size and en
terprise are like its success, truly
Mer "Colfey" Trinkets,
The golf girl is receiving mdre than
lier share Of attention Just hoW.
Tho shops are filled with novelties
made purposely to please her, and thc
gob! Jackets and hats are seen in a
greater and more attractive variety.
than ever before.
If she ls a golf girl, what to^glve her
on her birthday or as a little souvenir
?f s?iiie especially happy game is no
longer ? puzzling question.
One bf the latest golf novelties is a
?ittle three-lnch-hlgh caddy bag, made
bf bright plaid siik and filled with
miniature golf clubs. The clubs aro
Sterling silver, and they are made ad
Stickpins, and arc, therefore, of actual
usc to the golf girl.
The newest charra to danglo from
thc chatelaine is a silver golf ball.
Touch a spring and It opens and Inside
you find a tiny book of golf rules.
IiQ(lies Cnn Wcnr Shoos
Ono else smaller after using Minn's Foot
Ease, a powdor for tho feet. It makes tight
or nev PIIOPH ??asy. Cures swollen, hot,
sweating, aching (Vet. ingrowing nails, corns
and bnni?nSi At lill druggists and shoo
stores, 25-. trial package FltE? by muli.
Address Allon S. Olmsted, Le ItoY, N. Y.
Simply lind tn On lt. *
"Why is lt," they nsketl, "that you li rive
changed from Irish io t'cntcb whisky?" "J haye
Joined a golf club," ho roplled.-Chlengo Even
prevent dicease and that
strengtheners* All disease;
CA6CAR3TS arc absolu Ul y ha rm! 6 &a, a
CAHBT8 promptly, effectively and pennine
bat correct any and every form of irregular) t
food. Sever tricien, weaken or gripe. W
Only Cet at tbe Dos Show.
Things were the reverse of dull for
a quarter of an hour one morning dur
ing the recent dog show, says the Chi
cago Inter Ocean. A lone black cat
started the excitement of the day at a
comparatively early hour by wander
ing into the big armory and attempt
ing to inspect the canines. Before the
cat had been in the building three min
utes a solemn-faced bloodhound
caught a glimpse of him. For the
fraction of a second the bloodhound
glared at ti-u intruder. Then he un
closed his ponderous voice, and m less
time than lt takes to tell about lt
every dog in the place was on the
alert. They pulled and tugged at their
chains; they barked, yelped and growl
ed, and in various other ways demon
strated to their keepers that they were
in anything but a pleasant frame of
Heedless of tho turmoil, the black
cat showed hL nerve by walking down
the aisle and carefully inspecting his
friends, the enemy. Finally the dus
ky feline was captured by an attend
ant and removed, but the dogs did not
recover from the Rhock for several
hours, and as a result were snappy
and churlish for the remainder of the
Those who know what intense pain
comes with some diseases of
(he eye can hardly believe
is able to
do all that is claimed for it,
but a trial soon convinces
?ny one of the extraordinary
curative powers of this little
Price 25 cents. AU druggists.
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S Did You Ever Know
H any one who smoked the same kind
. of Five Cent cigar any length of
J time ? Five Cent cigar smokers are
BB always dissatisfied-always trying
J something new-or something differ
$ ent, as there always seems to be some
jjj thing wrong about the cigars they have
gg been smoking. Ask your dealer for
? Old Virginia Cheroots
J They are always good. ?
fcgj Three hundred million smoked this year. Price, 3 fof 5 cents.
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"SSewSOvai," "Leader,"ami "Repeater"
Insist upon turing theuij taxe no ether? nod you will get the bestshelb dat money can boy.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
Don't allow yourself to be talked into bay
ing a shoddy job to save a dollar or so when
the best is on sale in every town in the
8outh. Did you ever think how easy it is
for some people to be talked into a thing?
/RITE DISECT. K?SK MILL ROCK Kll?.?
all begin in the bowels. It's the unclean
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it's the unclean body-unclean inside-that
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stomach and bowels are kept clean and
whose liver is lively, and blood pure, is
safe against yellow fever, or any other of
the dreadful diseases that desolate our
beautiful southland. Some of the cleanest
people outside are filthiest inside, and they
are the ones who not only "catch" the
infection, but endanger the lives of all their
friends and relatives. There's only one
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A Good Word For Nature.
"Natnro constructed tho world on a
perfect system," observed the profes
sor of geology as he tried to blow the
foam off his glass of ice tea. "She
put nothing where it would not be use
"Thu.'s right," agreed the real es
tate agent, "Jnst see how far she put
Kentucky from any large body of water.
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