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Muilo and Health.
Music has n decided Inlluoiico upon
thu blood prcssuro In tlm arteries, and
upon tlio respiration. Wo nil know
how It soothes, refreshes a ml rests uo
when Jnded nnd worried. Whan Its
ftwoct harinonlcH (III tho soul, all enrca,
worries nnd anxieties fly nwny. Many
norvotiB diseases havo been cured by
idiibIc, whllo othorfl linvo boon grently
retarded In their development by It.
AnythliiK which keeps tho mind oil
our troubles temlH lo roHloro hnrmony
throui;hout tho body. All tho uplifting,
encournglng, cheer-producing emo
tions which crcnto hopo niul buoyancy
of spirits, oxpcclnncy ot better things
nil optimistic umotlotiB have u do
cldcdly bonoflclnl Influence upon tho
health. A fcullng of uplift, of hnppl-
noss, mid well-being, iiulckens tho
heart's action, IncrcuBcs tho clrculn
tion ot the blood, and touds to open
up nil tho avenues of hcnlth. Worry,
fonr, anxiety, Jealousy all tho do
Htructlvo omotlons tend to glvo a
hoiibo of rcHtrlctlon and raprcsslon.
Thay Inhibit tho heart's action rnthor
than accelerate It. Whoro these eino
tlon predominate, writes Orison Swett
Mnrdcn, In Succobb Magazine, (hero
Is n BoiiBo of constilctlon through tho
wholo nrterlnl system ; oven tho nerve
cantors feel the suppression and con
strlctlon. Whntover mnkos us happy,
whethor It Is a good or useful story, a
good Joke, or tho tonic which cornea
from succors or any uuusunl nchlovo
inent, tends to produca health nnd
Tho confidence with which fnrmors
nro turning to tho department of ag
riculture and tho readiness with which
sclentlllc methods aro accepted shows
what education along this lino Is nc-
eomiillshltiK. Mnny n furmar In tho
west nnd elsowhoro Is now raising bol
ter nnd more prolltnblo crops because
nJ tho Instruction ho has received and
hcoded, nnd thu results thus obtained
and also from tho teaching of tho vari
ous agricultural colleges aro highly
gratifying. In other wnyn much Is bo-
Ing accomplished. Oboylng tho wishes
of constituents, snys tho Troy (N. Y.)
Times, moinbors of congress from
KaiiBiiH have applied to tho depart
ment of ngrlculturo for exports lo go
lo tholr statu and teach tho people
how to mako pnssablo rondB, In cer
tain sections of Kansas tho soil Is
light and sandy, and the difficulty Is to
crento durable highways. Tho exports
will glvo tho mutter caruful attontlon,
and uo doubt much practical good will
come of tho Inquiry. Tho circum
stances ato significant us showing lio.v
tho farmers nro coming to a realiza
tion of tho tact Unit gojd roads nro
most valuable adjuncts to prolltnblo
Tho xnlo of the famous llopo dia
mond, uunouncod from Paris. nrousoR
tllitOh speculation as to the puruhusor,
SlliUD the price Is said to havo boon
$400,000. If it prove Iruo that tho mil-
inn of Turkey Is tho now possessor of
IjiD gam tho wonder will bo InteiiBt
lliid, In view of the supposed procarl
oils condition of tliu Turkish ox-
ahOipiiir buying aoitly dlntuunds would
geoni to bo ubsut the Inst thing In
wltltih thu Biillnu might bo uxpected to
The Biipurlority-of tho Amorlenn
tlylitlBt IB duo to thu fact that In
AlHiiilftn dentistry Is a hoIoiiuo. In
oUltsr oauttltiBB It IB a trade.
STORY OF RISE OF FRENCH
Falllerea Was an Indolent Young Law
yer Till Wife, Stung by Sneera of
Relathec, Planned Future
for Gifted Huaband.
London. Tno recent visit to Eng-
and of President Armand Fallloros of
Franco at n tlmo when tho public
hadn't ceasod wagging about tho rise
of II. II. Asaulth to tho prlmo minis
try and the amount of credit duo his
tactful nnd frlends-wlnnlng wire, Jiar
Rot Tonnnnt thnt was, havo given the
active frlendB of tho other sex ro
nowod room for boasting.
President Kalllcres Isn't a Bolf-mado
mnn. uo lucks tno initiative, mo on-
orgy and tho ambition for that some
times sorely mucnrrlcd procoBS. rreai'
dent Fallloros Is tho product, so you
are told, of his ambitious and enor-
jetlc wife, Mine, lo Prosldonto.
Madamo Is all that tho president of
tho Kronen republic Is not, and It Is
entirely through her deslro to bo ro
venged upon certain sneorlng rolnttvcs
that her distinguished husband Is not
to-day the mayor of tho sloopy old
world town of Nome, In Qascony. Had
It not been for Mine. Falllcre's force
nnd diplomacy her gifted other half
would now bo loading tho sheltered
and stinted life of an ordinary legal
practitioner In his modest country
home Instead of tho luminous career
of head of his nation, cntertalnod by
royalty across tho channel, paid 2G0.
000 a year, forcod to live In tho grent
white ElyBce pulnco and bo shot at
by anarchistic muddle brains (In com
mon with most of thu blessud of mod
Tho truo facts about Clement Ar
in a ml Fallleres tsometlmi's also called
Eugenn by thoso vhn know tho full
ness of Mb sundry cognomens), have
been greatly exaggerated. You tuny
bo told, If you caru lo read, that Fnl
llercs was horn In a smith's shop, but
In thu most strnltouod ot clrcum
stances: that ho rose from tho dopths
ot povorty through his own efforts,
and moru ot tho usual exaggerated
nonsenso attributed to thoso who may
rise from comparatlvo obscurity to no
Ab u mutter of fact, Fallloros was
tho grandson of the blacksmith In tho
myth, while his father was a thrifty
(not to say wealthy) wino grower,
Tho son had n reasonably complete
education and was a law student In
tho llltlo city ot Nornc. Ho was by
uo means dull, but naturo had Instilled
Into his bones n cortnln lethargic cs
sence not a bit raro In a Qascon
Henry ot Navarro know tho Gascons
as poor swordsmen ; a later genera
tion may find them poor workers,
Aside from this indisposition for
special efforts thu young lawyer was
CHIEF BY WIFE
K f 'II I SSlmJ ' X.
dlatlngulshcd as a dreomor. "Cracked
brained revolutionist" and "feather
brains" woro somo of tho really fine
eplthots to which relatives' of Mmc.
FAlllcroa trontcd tho futuro president
of A great people whon they learned
of tho prospective nlllanco, Falllercs
didn't mind much. In common with
dreamers ho uudorntood his superiori
ty nnd would have let It be. Not so
Onco married to her brilliant but
Indolent bnrrlstcr, Mmo. Falllores
brought about a pence with her father
and secured for her socially Inferior
husband tho rich legal practlco of tho
elder lawver. Bho established a sort
of provincial political nalon at Ncrnc,
had tho happy faculty of making
friends and tho rare prescience of dls
tlngulshlng those whoso devotion
might prove disastrous. With herself
always In tho background sho labored
with the vim peculiar to a hurt, nmbl-
lions woman nnd sho worked bettor
tlinn mny ho told In more words.
To day tho spiteful relatives bow to
tho husband who has no social suporl
ors In Franco and possibly to the
skill of his wlfo.
HOUSE IS BUILT ROUND.
Residence of Peculiar Architecture to
Outhrlc, Okla. Visitors in this city
nro always tntorcstod In a rcsldonco
of peculiar architecture, located in
West Guthrie, and few pcoplo como
horo who do not tnko n look at this
house before leuvlng. Local photog
rnphnrs stata they llulsh moro kodnk
pictures of this resldenco than of any
other ono point of Interest in this lo
cality. It is commonly referred to us
"tho round houso."
It Is a pagoda looking affair, ot sov
oral storlos, built as round as n but
tur ball. Within, tho rooms cornor In
the centor ot tho house, but tho outer
walls aro round and persons who havo
Inhnbltod It always find trouble In se
curing carpets that can be placed In
the rooms and with finding sultablo
places to locato tholr various articles
of furnlturo. It has porches and ver
andas that run around tho entiro
When Charles Habcock camo to
Guthrlo at tho opening ot "Old" Okla
noma In 1889, thero woro but few res!
donees In that portion of the city
whore ho purchased a lot.
Naturally, when tho town was still
young, thero was much speculation
among tho other residents regarding
tho matinor of architecture Mr. Dab
cock would adopt in building his nuw
homo, and each ot his Immediate
neighbors mndo tho demnnd that,
whntover tho architecture, tho Iuiubo
should faco In tils particular direc
"They woro all mighty nlco people,"
said Habcock recently In explaining
why ho had built tho round houso,
'and not desiring to disappoint any
of my neighbors, I Just concluded to
build It round, sn that It would face
In nil directions. They woro ull ao de
termined about what direction It
should fnco that aftorward I had tho
laugh on thorn all by making It face
In all dlroetlonH. 1 found it very
comfortable to live In, for It mado no
dlffereuco during tho summer tlmo
from what direction tho wind was
blowing I always got tho bonoflt, whllo
oftentimes my neighbors woro suitor
Ing with bent."
Mr. Habcock denied tho roport, cur
rent horo for somo time, Hint In his
oarllor ycara ho had been In tho navy
and that ho had designed his rest
donee ntlor tho conning tower ot somo
ship ho hod sorved on. Ho Is a na
tive of Wisconsin and learned tho
blacksmith trndo In Milwaukee n good
many years ago. Later ho resided In
both St. Louts and Knnsns City prior
to coming to Guthrie.
Whllo a rcsldout hero Mr. Habcock
sorved povoral tonus In tho city coun
ell and resigned In 1001 to tako a
claim In tho Kiowa and Camaucho In
diun country, then opening for settle-
merit. Ho still owns his "round house'
YOU'RE TOO THIN.
Even Slight Catarrhal Derangementt
cf the Stomach Produce Acid Fer-
mentation of the Food.
It's Stomach Catarrh
Homo peoplo are thin and always ro '
main thin, from tomporntnontnl rea
son:, l'rotmijiy in suon caics no: mnn
can be done to ohango this personal
peculiarity. . '.
Hut thero aro a largo numbor of poet
plo who got tnln, or remain thin, who
notitrnlly would ho plump nnd nt-miy
but for somo digestive derangement.
Thin pooplo luck In ndiponu tlnnuo.
AdlpoBo tlsnuo Is chlolly composed of
l-'nt Is derived from tho oily constit
uents of food.
Tho fat-making foods are called br
tho physiologist, hydrocarbon. Thin
class of foods nro not digested In tho
stomach nt all. They aro digested III
tho duodenum, tho division of tho all-
mcntnry rnunl Justbolow tho stomach.
Thodlgo'tlon of fat Is mainly, If not
wholly, tho work ot tho pnncreatlo
Julco. This Juleo Is ot alkallno reac
tion, and Is rendered luort by tho audi
tion ot acid. A hyperacidity of tho
digestive fluids of tho stomach passing
down Into tho duodenum, destroys
tho paucrcatlo fluid for dlgostlvo pur
poses. Thoroforo, tho tats aro not di
gested or omuUlfled, and tho systom Is
doprlvod ot IU duo proportion ot oily
constituents, llcuco, tho patient grows
Tho beginning ot tho tronblo is a ca
tarrhal condition o' tho stomach which
causes hyperacidity of tho gastrlo
Juices. This hyporacldlty Is cauied by
fermentation of food in tho stomach.
Whun tho food Is taken Into tho stom
ach, It tho procoss ot digestion d-
not begin immediately, acid foniicn
tlon will tajto place This creates u
hyperacidity of tho stomach Juices
which In their turn prevent tho pan
Croatia dlgostlon ot tho oils, and tho
A doso ot 1'oruna boforo each monl
hastens tho stomach digestion, lly
hurrying digestion, l'oruua provonto
formentatlou of tho contents of tho
stomach, and tho pancreatic Julco Is thus,
preservod in its normal -into. It then
only remains for tho patient to cat a
ulllclcnt amount of fat-forming foods,
and thu thinness disappears uml plump
ness takes' Us place.
What the Fox Really Said.
Tho fox that Aesop mado looked
up nt tho grapes.
"Crapes sour!" hooted tho old owl
fur up In the vines.
"They may bo, yawned tho fox, In
differently, "or they mny bo preserved
sweet by somo chomlcnl process. You
know tho pure food laws nrc not as
strict ns they might bo. Anyway. I
don't enro for them becnuso I am
afraid of appendicitis."
And sly Ileynnrd darted away to en
joy tho sport of n fox hunt.
Mr. TTInilotr'n HmitlilnR- Hjrrnii.
ir rtillJrrn Uelhlnn. ultrni tin uurai, r-uueel lo-
fUmuiiUou, alliji .ln,cur. wind cullu. sac butUe,
Somo fanuors aro smaller potatoos
than they ralso.
ClnriKl tod iKtutMu Iht bate.
rromuUi t. lasurUnt growth.
Muter fill, to Hutoro Ory
M.lr tn ll Youthful nolnr.
Cum w-Jp ilii-tMi btlr uiuLg.
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