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TRAVELS OF A OOIN.
How Californians Will Study tli
History of Individual Silver Dol
San Francisco Chronicle.
The histQry Of 1 dollar is g0ing t
be traced. The purpose is to a.s-ee
tain just how uilclh Inonley is spen
here and 1mv how much zoes out of ti
state. It will be dlone to see if thl
home industries are patronized. Thi
project will be put through by ti
Pacific Commercial Museum and th
Manufacturers and 'rolucers' ass(
ciation of California. .
The manner of traeing, the histor
of the coin will be unique and. so fr
as is known. has never beenl done i
fore. Each dollar will i'o forth wit
its diary attached to it. The dollhi
will he altti to a1 piece of parel
ient -nit which will be a blank to I
filled in I each person who receivi
the ciin. At the top ' the parel
'ment will he printed:
"n Fr'a neis(, Cal.. Jiuly 1. 10
"To whom it may vonvern: TI
attached dollar has beenl sent fort
by the P"acific ('win-rvial Museu
antl te Manfilu 0lrers and Prl-mdneel]
issitciatio 41 ( 'alifoinia. It is sef
in an endeavor to iicoi'ver. il til
miI practical allil sieemific manm1111
p-ssible. J1st w en 11111 for what it
a vernit 1 dhiu- i ised. Will ya plea:
proper late and fill outt lie fin
remainin! hhmak space in ink a nd the
pass ile paller and attakcled dollh
on in the course tr yoir business trai
F'llowin.- this will le the b1lan
wh;ichl will vmnIlainl a !q)ace for th
liln l h o i n411 w is re( e4iv4d,l t ,he t4)w[
4,n411111% all SIt' ill wllicI it was m'
41CIVed. ti' persi'ln bY wiinln it wa
r(It"VV .] I.nll thel artielt. t'.qr whiilh i
wa t''id. This will he a 4--miplet
lot I i il 1w . 1aill n 411t . 11 t thv
will be disicilmt11.d lni-, theliffet
enitra e. T4,1 w\Ill bhi t Kn
flt' balikers, 14n bv Ilwe ;III-a ti -; . It'
h), v thet rtlailer-ls mlld q -n. Th'le dol
hirs will he (1ue 14 4111m' 11111w S4e
tellber 1 .o 1I. W. F \r\-ni, who ha
the nitter in liart--e.
HOW CONVICTS KILL TIME.
Some Have Made Useful Articles
One Memorized Old Testament.
the hil orn-t ,I* his 1-rm of impri-o,r
lt-l mtI t ill 1 i ic lan. h-tin l
e the .I-rn Irhe 'h p'lain i
willim:, Il takic a volrY br..:Id i t
(lN-l-1,n\1ti-1 1 in , -
wti nes i l iz- ai! v la a n I I1
i tti tio I te tiIll, 1 4 tf i n ils .',p' :
let , ,"l's 04('th il . ti wibe .. ; ih'it iia
aind i Shin tiw.. ('mplIoymI m ..ra it
i)Nin- tesIt 11~' ll , es a w e le: \ s .| tar\
tlti' 4I tI hit' 114i l '.-4- 4l i t ,
the41 Id 11)n1 o ieen V ''izt ab
'sile mhinea iv a! \ ;'t :1,5~~ n.4se
la'ts aili concs i t sp ai take to
anheduced rathertha .s'iml sitar
idletesge in he ''ile,a wvith a e
af itiltgh eeycitis ~uo~g'prov wide
many ct sapaine cosmde aodtif
odfrgigaprisoner tolerwhe whpei
his own) character, though they are
often disappointed by the measure
0 of. hypocritical claptrap such auto
WOMEN WHO SMOKE.
ilk Number Who Have Contracted the
. Habit Has Increased Enormous
t ly-Danger Lurking in it.
e Lond(lonl Daily Cllronicle.
e Tlhe nitlmbller of woien woliol have
s adlopted th lie habit of eigarette -smiok
e ingt has increased enormously of late
e years. Ten or fifteen years ago smok
inl- womlen in this country was more
(Ir less confined to isolated cases of
vong girls who tfhouiit it clever or
r nusing and elderly females of tle
tramp class who foiund solace for an
hi i ncim fortable existence in sucking
I.an agetd pipe of unclean description.
It is very differeint today. There
are wvomen smokers in every class of
le 'ommunity, students, societv wo
1.0men, shop girls and journalists, art
IIts, irls inl business 1n(d -irls who
!-t(tyN it home. yinitw, _-irls ant married
e woEn. Isven the grandmothersI are
h I't beyonl sispicionl. altlugh.rli the
ve woi seems incompatible with
viu'e1 tes. It is. perh-aps. too much to
it ssert ithat m1i st wIlliell sill"ke. hut
fhit a grea t maiy otN t hei appreciate
tlie so)hin". influence of what nan
i:S S on coisidered li pet IItxIury.
etnnit In' denietd. Wminen smokers
rat i iereasiln., ant. d 1 It tle same time
non- aneiist4i)ed 14) tihe silit it a wI
. n n1ip .llatin- a cinzrette. It.
sc'vls as it wItnn menits to simike. it1
,ite It the tact that the habit has
k h 1n 1dmilennIed otn mor"'al e!tletic
l ilmeditcal -rfurmI4s.
The Ili(.f arun-.11 t-aitwte
n -n.h is tint- it is always le-t to
ai-kn.wlege~i a -elf-evidlent t:t ri''ht
I fway -winnin ar m1re 'pn tI
f x-N tqlIt- it i n t.n. W hitln -m.ki is
1011.'V 1a qilI tted as. a habit i1 i- a lit li
clilt muatti-r tq. kcvp it w\ithiln -Irict
wd 4-in-ilelv limits. and1l what itmv he
ver itm.m'tlerate m kin ' a i mim i 1
til \ ma tm.ty sinmke a d-1Zkn , i
a rlt tes in tw \% v Int- htmI i-St wit hll t
ay V pp11'a rent dI I aa e ItI hi- hecah:I
h 'e g il wh1 habitually .ilp",. , I t , ix
tht. .irit utie at v 1 . w h is tat
v I I* er health. he aII, ir. )pite
Y(ll the a- t ions and ind iIit t
de ias f he shrikin -i-1t-rhqo,Il
e t chief ret'tntt f t-ur *Vvev x stence
t'' jnivid the inist ers If iutur
I havt- "Citen hb ti ..bl T w.-man11
1 i-h had .t:1,ed ii m ,
en-e w~ ~~~ith-n t..' .ig rn
Danger In~ Smnokinig.
- :' h 1t
)pesia nowadays is smoking, and dys
pepsia acts as a brake on an ambitious
woman and a blot on a pretty one.
And yet few women will believe that
the red nose of dyspepsia is secondary
to their habit of smoking. In strict
moderation smoking is apparently
lharmless,. but what is moderation ?
"Four eigarettes a day canot possi
bly be the (aus1.1e Of my ill health.'
plaintively asserts the martyr I., pal
pitation and indigestion, but nicotine
affects different people inl varying
degrees. Two eigarettes a day is ex
cess for the neurotic woman. who
should never smoke at all.
When women begin to smoke they
like to do it thoroughly, and a visit to
the :m-okinm r 1n of any (- the wo
men's clUbs is suffie:en prove to
the obs"rver that the dangero,i- habit
of ;Wialing is fir too eo,.nnoii. Most
people have a hrv -iimmrin, of the
fact I:.t meh smoking. espcially
eco'!Panied by inhalill, ii a had
hin. Thie physiological effc-ts of
tobacco are due to an alkaloid. nieo
tine. whieb acts chiefly nIon the he:,r
*.in~s'. i. 1rrei.wh*ir act ion aind predlac
M. 4n eoliti w - : as ? -er'S
heart. h'lle --irl who is an habiti.al
n: s- de rr" . e er hio, 1 II
unfits herself for work.
A firequent complaint of t-.e ker
is loss of mental tone at d inib:'Iv to
colnlvtrate the attention. \
ymptoms Will he more appar%-. a
wt man smoker than a man. 1 caulse
womans nervous organizatiol. is of
A delicate order and more easi,Ylyt
;et. That smiking. even in nilera
lion, is harmful to woman i, very
rtoibable. There are many WI... as
-crt that habiual smoking ha, .t Ie
eriatin effect on the race. if
'larints e. h-tli sexe: -moke it w.hil
fo lls w tha&t the ihildlren wi' '.1 h
lhvsiciallv iifer-ior t. the chiin-e f
mi-emu.ker . sot> er thimnzs beini. . vnal.
ii- i nmainlY a personal e'.
niej~.. I :- nt muchb what we t
-llm, t ! Im t tr. but h141Vw A we d1 .
Li i it e - s km inii as of . -v
linlu, else. To -moke inl a piblio ac e
aVs a Wi11m1an lpeln to the eri:
if str'angers. and althouih a vdi
lilt necessarily "fast" becau- Ihe
-i..i'y- anm ieca.iinal ''i.rarett... t
rie ge'itlew .man avi ils doi i -
hin).-, un v ivent iional inl puhifi. 1
Iirl will mike .le -houli'l
Iin: friend-. in the privacy her
OWI iiso anI. preferably. in a ah
r 1f w'smen who smoke em
Hoboes Drank the Gold Fish.
They id, n-t keep iihl fi: in the
.i -ei tain tank at the e- -ide of
he White H."use a1ny m avz. ay the
eVe.a~shieen Star. Trhere a. difierent
itnlat i 1.5 why thli pr.-iee has
m imvl up. Solms. ,: :at tie
ihe I a 'ke. andi iithers thU:. :' e t qu l
liy l..t w at. furniihed by~i theI( ty
i .i n*-f! a l ee i th 1 1 It h- nilies '
: 5- o il t ii,b v l. I t te v ith
I'mIw i flon rixphmatiji is tha
l.ih - kee apivi th * pp l Iis
re I f: tl .e .l a ele va ie t.lt t il
-.th I, m.s~ hi t I w ih tal
n s- t on I du t abou t I h ee W ie IIei .
iut it wa.m s.aidl thsey ns'ert k'ept in
st for th
wing where the executive offices ar<
that the tramps could .scool) in fisi
at almost any hour of the evening
and that thOre were several saloon
in the neighborhood that had a state
tariff for goil fish, a common on
being good merely for a glass of beer
a.piebald one for a drink of red-ey
or at fullblown fantail for two drink
of whiskey or a mixed drink of an:
sort. har only elampaigne cocktailh
How ture the tram) explanation i
one can only guess. The fact remain
that the tank in question does no
contain gold fish any longer.
"Titewood didn't know for a lonm
time whether he wanted to marry th
doctor's daug1hter or the preacher's.'
"Which did he choose ?"
" The preacher's daughted. le dlop
ed it out that he could save the wed
ding fee that way. "'-Clevelan
Mist ress ana-rily)--Kathi. I as
Vou for the last time, what did th
master say to yon in the arbor jus
nI I Now answer me!
Servant-Well. if yon must kno%
lie said. "Kathi,li when the mistres
,zets angry do just as I do. and don
an?;wer her at all."--Fizaro.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,
writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "sinc
the restoratiou of my wife's healt
after five years of continuous coughin
and bleeding from the lungs; and
owe my good fortune to the world'
greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Dia
covery for Consumption, which I knov
from experience will cure consumptioi
if taken in time. My wife improve(
with first bottle and twelve bottle
completed the cure." Cures the wors
coughs and colds or money refunded
At W. E. Pelham & Son's druggist
50c. and $1.00 Trial bottle free.
.\ w'aii;ii Inly%. needs to have
,tickpin to lie able to talk ahoit bei
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J C. Warren. pastor o:
3haron Baptist Church, Belair, Ga
tays of Electric Bitters, It cured me
)f lame back, stiff joints, and a com
>lete physical collapse I was so weak
t took me half an hour to walk a mik
I'wo bottles of Electric Bitters hav<
made me so strong I have just walked
.hree miles in 50 minutes and feel like
.valking three more. It's made a ne-t
nan of me." Greatest remedy foi
-veakness and all Stomach Liver an<
Kidney complaints. Sold under guran
ee at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
Store. Price F5oc.
liches have win's, they say. bu
)Iverty in't built that way.
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, o
Ford City, Pa., had his hand fright
fully burned in an electrical furnace
lie applied Bucklen's Arnica Salv
with the usual result: "a quick Pn
perfect cure." Greatest healer o
earth for Burns, Wounds. Soree
Eczema and Piles. 25c. at W. E Pe
ham & Son, Druggist
Qu1ite 'ften the man who is swit
and n :.o'd : rnesserx ' distamnce e1' alm
bit ire' E'halp.
Thea wor kmnz whoi taIke- a real irt
n'm-r. int hi- workm doe-n 't havet
1"'U u -i ti' l e Ijjm ,' I'' iin'. fir a Phr.
He Was In Trouble.
"1 was in tr'ouble, but found a wa
out of it, and I'm a h.appy man agaim
sinIcO 1r. Kir.g's New Life Pills cure
me of chronie constipation," says 1
WV. Gioodlne. i St. L.ouis St., D)allai
Tex. Guaranteed rat isfactory. Pric
25 cents at WV E. Plham & Son's dIru
''Can you repeat the Declaratmn
of Independence?'' she asked.
'' I used to be able to,'' he r:eplied
but about. all I remember of it now0
if-, 'To be or not to be, that is the
question. ' ''-Judge.
Pre-Shakespearean Plays Come High.
New York Herald.
Londo.-The sale of pre-Sliakes
pearean plays at Sotheby's Saturday
produced a remarkable bidding.
Tlhough the owner at the time of their
discovery would, it is said, have 'sold
theni for 5 pounds ($25) Mr. Quaritch
had to expend 2,602 pounds ($13,
010) before he could obtain the col
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W. B. RIKARD
is now In The Herald and
News Office where he will do
your work promptly and under 8
Give him a trial.
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