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Her Purse and His Handkerchief.
"Thb thoughts of youth are long.
long Tioughts." The other day a young
woman who had dropoued her purse,
full <' pay money for the corps of
glrls :nder her charge. considered the
thoughts of youth to be rather too
She was in one of the large depart
ment stores, and as her hands were
occup d she let her purse lie for a
few r >menzs where it had fallen. But
her e:. was on it. In the meantime a
brigh' little fellow not more than nine
or ten years old left his parents near
by ar.1 deftly covered the purse with
a han- kerchief.
The woman. who is a perfectly self
posse- ed young person. could hardly
believ her eyes. but she waited to see
what .he boy would do. Just as he
was sooping to his prize she placed
her fo yt quietly upon it. The young
ster sUpped back without a word to
the vl dressed "respectable" people
with whom he was.
Then the woman picked up her purse
and. taking the hand:erchief over to
the lad, handed it :o him, saying,
"There is no reason why you should
lose your handkerchief just because
you didn't get my pursel"-New York
Too Good to Miss.
"Theater audiences have improved
In recent- years." said a manager.
"Why. with provincial touring compa
nies in the past maltreatment was reg
ularly expected. In fact, the compa
nies nrofited by it in more ways than
"I know of a company that was
playi-ig 'The Broken Vow' in Paint
Rock. a one night stand. The audience
didn't like 'The Broken Vow,' an:1
eggs. cabbages and potatoes rained up
on th - stage.
"Si -i the play went on. The hero
rave" througb his endless speeches.
dod; na an onion or a baseball every
othe minute and pretty sore from
thos- missiles that he hadn't been able
to do ,e.
"B-r finally a gallery auditor in a
paro- ysm of rage and scorn hurled a
heav- boot. and the actor, thoroughly
alarr ed. started to retreat.
" 4 eep- on playing, you fool,' hissed
the aanager from the wings as he
hool- 1 in the boot with an umbrella.
'Nee, on till we get the other one.'"
H ow a Tree Grows.
Bo Ii earth and air are required for
the ---owth of a plant or tree. The
root' absorb moisture from the soil,
whk . in the form of a watery fluid
calle common sap. rises through the
fiber- of the last deposited annular
ring -raversing all the branches and
leaf -alks until It reaches the leaves;
there it undergoes a change by the
abso: 'tion of carbonic acid from the
air. 't then travels downward again
in t!. form of proper sap, just under
neat' the bark, which is expanded by
the : cession of moisture and In the
cavit so formed a new layer of ma
teria: is deposited which gradually
hard as and forms a new annular
ring., And so, from absorbing the
mois :,re and minerals of the soil and
the (,rbonic acid of the air the tree
goes in until it finishes its cycle and
dies. New York American.
.Jack Tar at a Christening.
A ilor went up to the font to have
his I by baptized. Sailors as a class
clain little stock In babies, and natu
rally -nough this one presented the in
fant -et foremost.
"Ti other way," said the minister,
and : r~ordingly Jack turned the infant
"E: use me," said the clergyman, "I
meaL- the other way," So back came
the e *bryo foretopman to the first po
sitiot .to the discouragement of every
"W: id it, Jack," said the nautical
assisl at, and with an "kye, aye, sir,"
Jack rcomptly turned the baby end for
end, and it was duly christened head
first. - "On a Man-of-war."
Th Count-Doctor, I have such a
feart- ly bad cough. What can I do
for i'' Doctor-Well, sir, you must re
mem 3r that you are no longer in
your first youth and you must take
care 'f your general health. So you
had -etter leave off smoking; take no
aleol -1 in any form and do not excite
your elf in any way; do not- The
Con: -The mischief, doctor; what am
I tc do then? Nothing but cough?
-The Virginia Plover.
The. most wonderful bird flight noted
Is the migratory achievement of the
Vih-pta plover, which leaves Its
hau:-s in North America and, taking
a eu -rse down the Atlantic, reaches
the <-nast of Brazil in one unbroken
fligL' of fifteen hours, covering a dis
tanc- of over 3,000 miles at the rate
of f',:ar miles a minute.
"Hl 're is an article on 'How to Live
a B. :tdred Years.'"
"'- . and the whole subject can be
cont ased into two words."
"I :at are they?"
"':on't die.'" - Cleveland Plain
Not the Music He Loved.
Mrs. Talkamore-Your husband is a
grey lover of music, isn't he? Mrs.
Cha;. 'rs-Yes, indeed. I have seen him
get :' in the middle of the night and
try t:compose. Mrs. T.-What? Mrs.
C.-T? ne baby.-Stray Stories.
"Ti s Is the parlor, eh?" tentatively
rema -ked the real estate agent, who
was tooking over the house.
"Yses," replied the old man Kidder,
"but I usually call it the courtroom.
I've -:)t seven daughters, you know."
If Tou make money your god, 'twlU
plagi you like a devil.-Felding.
If a have catarrh rid yourself of
this ",aulsive disease. Ask Dr Shoop
of R Aine. Wis., to mail you free, a trial
box C: his Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Re medy.
A si.eple. sindle test will surely tell
you : eatarrh truth well worth i our
knn . Write today. Don't sulger
longt -. W. E. Brown ~& Co. 7~I 3.
"I r'arried for beauty alone," said a
prest tably happy benedict to an old
chuu. "And yet you remind me of a
?riend of mine who married for mon
ey." ~- s the rejoinder. "IHow's that?"
"-He d :dn't get it," said the chum sar
His Wife-You have bee2n drinking
again. Haven't you, now? 1Her Hus
band-M'dear. I cannot tell a lie
His -'ife-You can't: Then you are
!urth- gone than I thought:-Illus
A p"asimist Is a man who won't take
the c"' remaining seat in the car for
fear a woman will get on at the next
eorne--Dl__Ti 1 es.e
He Saw the Game.
The office boy had buried countless
gandmothers, brothers, sisters, aunts
and co-isins. but he felt an enthusiasm
for the baseball game that day which
would not be dovned.
Suddenly an idea struck him. Ap
proaching the easy boss with an air
of familiarity which had been nurtur
ed by long usage he asked:
"May I leave at noon today, sir?"
"And why, my boy?"
"There is a fancy fair at our church
and mother wants me to go this after
noon. She was so anxious that she
bought me a ticket which cost a dol
Isr. as she was sure you would allow
me the few hours off. I have to assist
at the refreshment stall, and it seems
a pity to waste"
"But surely you are above such
things as that which take you away
from, your work. Why not give the
ticket to one of your sisters?"
--Well. you see, sir, that wouldn't be
fair. for I'm the only one of our fam
ily who can be depended upon to eat
a dollar's worth, and"
His supreme nerve won the day.
An English Amenity.
A striking difference between our
manners and those of our English
cousins was shown one day at a gar
den party. The hostess, an American,
was speaking to one of her guests, an
Englishwoman of rank.
"Dear Lady B.," she said, 'here are
some sandwiches which I made with
my own hands, particularly for you.
You know I've often told you about
our American sandwiches and how
good they are. Here are different
sorts, lettuce and cucumbers, if you
care for 'grass.' or if you like a savory
better try the cream cheese ones with
pimentoes. I've sonic sweet ones. too,
raisins and nuts chopped together
which will you try first?"
She held a pla'e in each hand, a
plate filled with dainty looking sand
wiches, and they were extended invit
Ingly toward her guest, who looked at
them critically. then said in the clear.
high pitched voice of the well bred
"Oh, thank you, so kind of you. but
do you know I never touch the nawsty
things?"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Chance For a Home Run.
A clever teacher who has the power
of calling out originality in her pupils
says that she would have no use for
text books if she took time to answer
all the startling questions asked in
the classroom. One day the attraction
of gravitation was under discussion
when one of the boys said that he
didn't see any need of it, anyway.
"It seems to me." said he, "there's no
particular use in having the earth at
tract things. Now, when the apple
fell and made Newton think out the
reason for it. that apple might just as
well have stayed where it was until
somebody gathered it."
"You play ball, don't you?" asked
the teacher. "Well, suppose you knock
the ball very high, what happens?"
"But If there were no attraction to
ward the earth It wouldn't fall. Don't
you think that might prove inconven
"My," cried the boy, "what a bully
chance for a home run !"-Chicago
In the Beecher family the name of
Mrs. Stowe was often quoted to the
rising generation as one having au
thority. She was also quoted ad nau
seam, it would seem, from a story told
by the Woman's Journal. On one oc
casion a grandniece of Mrs. Stowe be
came very angry at a playmate and,
stamping her foot, said, "I hate you,
and I don't want anything more to do
with you, nor your manservant, nor
your maidservant, nor your ox, nor
your ass." Her mother sternly re
proved her, asking he if she knew
ihat she was saying.
Little Miss Beecher promptly replied,
"Yes; the Tea Commandments."
"Well, do you know who wrote
The child, looking disgusted, answer
ed: "Goodness, yes. Aunt Harriet did,
The Word "Poultry."
Poultry, according to the definition
given in one standard encyclopedia, In
eludes "the whole of the domesticated
birds reclaimed by man for the sake of
their flesh and their eggs." The word
comes from the Latin "pullus," which
could mean a young horse or donkey
as wvell as a chick (the English "foal"
Is akin to this), through the French
"poule," a fowl. But it Is curious that
"poultry" has no French version, the
nearest equivalent being "volatIle," or
"oseaux de basse cour," birds of the
low yard. German in Its descriptive
way knows poultry as "federvich,"
An Unmentioned Ancestor.
Mr. B. if very proud of his ancient
lineage and never lets slip an oppor
tunity to boast of it. At a dinner
where he had been unusually rampant
on this subject a fellow guest quieted
him by remarking, "If you climb much
further up your family tree you will
come face to face with the monkey."
A Piece Conference.
Russian Bear-I think we had better
have our representatives sit In con
vention and do what we have long
contemplated-divide up Turkey. Brit
Ish Lion-Yes; in other words, hold
another piece conference.--Norristown
His Big Score.
Begnner at Golf-How many have I
aken, my boy? Is It fifteen orst
teen? Disgusted Caddie-Ach, I dinna
ken. It's no a caddie ye need; It's a
billiard marker.-People's Journal.
A weak stomach, means w'eak stom
ch nerves, always. And this is also
true of hear-tand kidneys.It's a pity that
sick ones continue to drug the stomach
r stimulate the heart and kidneys.
The w'eak~ ner-ves, not the organs them
selves neeU this help. This ex'.la~ins
hy Dr'. Shoop's flestor'ative has and is
promptly helping so many sick ones. It
roes direct to the cause of these dii
eases Test the vital truth and see.
w. E. Brown & Co.
Finding a Grave With an Egg.
The Miau-tsze, a little known tribe in1
asia, are very superstitious about
eath and will not bury a man untilj
ley have first tested the ground with~
.n egg. This operation is very curious.
\hile the body is being prepared forj
hurial a number of Miau-tsze, includ'
ug the male relatives of the deceased,
go out to the appointed slpot bearing a
large basket of eggs. Stooping dowvn,
one of the natives lets an egg drop
softy on the ground. 11' it b reaks it is
onsereld an il m~uct :ad another
spot is selected. In this w:. 1u" party
~ften wander about for hours. ht'ea.
nag eggs over' the gaud until they
inally strike a place where the sheli
The trouble with most cough reme
dies is that they constipate. Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently but
prompt.ly on the bowels and at the same
time it, stops thM cough by soothing the
throat and lung irritation. Children
lii:ce it Sold by W. E. Brown 4: Co.
Hlmorous Chinese Graft.
A certain Chinese taotal (magIstrate)
having told his men to have two ingots
of gold sent to his treasury for pur
chase, the shopmen brought them In
and in answer to the query of the tao
tai told him that the price was so much
in taels, but added. "This is the or
dinary price, but for your honor we
will knock off one-half of the price."
Then the taotai said to his underlings:
"Seeing that they are to sell to me at
only one-half price, just give them
back one ingot of gold and put the
other in my treasury, and thus their
account is settled. Goodby." So the
underlings of the yamen did so. but
still the shopmen hung around wait
ing. The taotai asked them why they
were waiting, when their account had
been already settled. Said the shop
men. 'Wn a did your honor pay your
humble servants?" Then the magis
trate answered with a very fierce air:
"Taio nu ts-ai" (impertinent slaves),
'"did you not say that these two gold
ingots were half price to me? Then
did I not give you back one ingot and
keep the other and thus settle your ac
count without the least injustice ac
cording to your own proposition? So
be off with you or my lictors will give
you a taste of the scourge."-Harper's!
A Singular Calculation.
It would require, according to the
calculations of a scientist, the power
of a 10,000 horsepcwer engine about
70,000,000,000 years to lift the earth
a foot in height, and to do this work,
allowing thirteen pounds of water per
horsepower per hour, would require
some 10.000,000.000,000,000.000 gallons
of water, or more than would be dis
charged at the mouth of the Mississip
pi in 6.000 years. This would be
enough, the writer estimates. to cover
the entire surface of the earth to a
depth of not less than 300 feet. to
convert which into steam, using good
boilers, would require some 4.000,000,
000,000,000 tons of coal. If the latter
quantity of the mineral was loaded on
cars of twenty tons each it would de
mand 200,000,000,000,000 such cars.
If the latter were thirty feet long and!
all coupled together in one train it!
would reach around the earth 45.000,
000 times and, if running twenty-five
miles per hour, would consume 25,000,
000 years in running the length of it
self. So much for figures.
The phrase "crocodile tears" owes
its.origin to the imagination of some
of the old travelers, who Invented the
fable that the crocodile weeps over its
prey. One of the earliest English globe
trotters to mention this fiction was Sir
John Mandeville, who In his "Travels"
(1499), speaking of ".Ethlop," "Ynde"
and an "Yle elept Silla," says:
"That Lond Is full of Serpents and
of Cokadrilles. These Cokadrilles ben
a manner of Long Serpente, zalowe
and rayed aboven. and had four Feete
and schorte Thyes and grete Nayles as
Clees or Talonns, and there ben sutme'
that had five Fadme In length and
sume of six and a halfendal. And in
the nyght thel dwellen in the Water
and on the Day won upon the Lond.
Thelse Serpentes slue men, and thei
eten hem wveypnge, and when thei eten
thei moven the over Jowe and noughte
the nether Jowve, and thei have no
tonge."-St. Louis Rlepublic.
Me and My Father.
The commercial traveler fiicked the
rust off his boots, straightened his tie
nd entered the emporium of Mr.
Brown, the village grocer. He was
new to the district, otherwise he would
not have made the error which we now.
Behind the counter was a young
gentleman of fourteen, with bulging
eyes and a high collar. To him the
traveler addressed himself.
'My boy," he said. "is Mr. Brown
"I'm Mr. Brown," the boy replied.
"But possibly you want to see old Mr.
Brown, my father. I'll get him."
And as the boy went in search of his
prematurely aged parent It dawned
upon the traveler that this is indeed
an age of young men.-London An
He kissed her hand.
She withdrew it hastily and gazed re
proachfully at him.
"I didn't think it oIf youl" she said,
almost tearfully. "I had always con
sidered you a young man with ideals,
"I--I am sorry if I have offended,"
e stammered. "I"
"Well," she said bitterly, "I certain
ly expected you to aim higher."
So he took heart and made new res
olutions and things.-Brooklyn Eagle.
Mrs. Smith-Yes, my little five-year
al ilis a great help in my house
eeping. Mrs. Randall--Why, what
can such a child do to help? Mrs.
Smith-She goes down and tells the
ook for me whenever we're going to
hae company.-Harper's Bazar.
He would not say that she painted.!
owdered and all that He was too:
nuch of a gentleman for that.
"Still I may as well confess," he
said, "that she Impressed me as one
who thinks she can improve upon the
"Father,'" said Rollo, "what Is a
"A. plagiarist, my son, Is a klepto
aniac who lacks the courage to take
mything which the police could be
called on to protect."- Washington
A man can know nothing of man
kind without knowing something of
Bees Laxative Cough Syrup tor 'ough-. colds.
-roup and whooping cough cirows in favor daily.
Mothers should keep it on hana for children. It
ently laxative, driving the poison and
h~em from the system. It gives immediate
relief. Guaranteed. Sold by The M.airming
His Narrow Escape.
A jolly old steamboat captain with
oe girthi than height was asked if
he had ever had any v-ery narrow es
"Yes." he replied, his ey'es twvinkling,
"once I fell ofT my boat at the mouth
of Bear ereek, and, although I'm an
epert swimmer, I guess I'd b~e there
ow if it hadn't bee-n for my (-rew.
You see. the water was just deer
enough so's to be over my he-ad when
Itried to wade out, and .iust shallow
ugh"-he gave his body an cx
lnatory pat-"so that wvhenever I
tried to swim out I dragged bottom."
plain Talks on Fernilizers
A Talk to Fruit-Growers
You use a fertilizer 3 he yield will be
of course, but do you accordin g to the
use enough amount of plant food
you give your trees or
The yield per acre, plants - you can de
and the profit therefrom pend on it. The better
i.ncreases in far greater they are fete greater
proportion than the cost and more valuable will
of additional fertilizer- be your crop. Fertil
What is an increase cize sparingly and you
cost of $2.00 to $10.00 reap sparingly.
aer acre for fertilizer
when the returns therefron TIhe fact that over a million
show an increase of $5u." t o n s o f Virginia-Carolina
$250.00 per acre? Vertilizer were sold last year
:oves them to be without
The big Magnolia .qual. Every fruit farmer,
Farms at Durant, Miss., ti. no matt-r what method hc
the well-known Virginia-Car- now uses, should get the Vir
olina Fertilizer Carolicia
in different Company's
quantities o n
.yt h c i r straw
th eir is free to all
berry crop. who are inter
1,000 lbs. per estedeog
1 00 lbs perto write for it.
r acre were used
the profit was Adnrest csty
$75.00 moreper b
acre than when blw
500 lbs. per V1RGy utCfAROLNA
acre were used. C h tmC eo- CO.
This is modem intensive cul- -IhodV. Duhm .C
ture, the method that is doub- ions, Va. arato, . C.
ling and trebling the crops of C a
b. I ~~~Coura, aS. . Bli ,M
all kinds of fruit in Atlanta. Ga.
either good or in poor Columbus, Ga.
and wo-out land allana .
who the 1a aeontgomer-y, Ala
over the country-and C Meephis. Tenn.
in good soil, too. - Shreveport, La.
Professor Matched the Boss.i
Boston and Cambridge people of an Iwe the ife o) wiliii qtol,.. writ
earlier eay remember well Professor ten by his so CO. it . toldl
Child of Harvard, a scholar who was was st over to Dublin during tcue
likeise a live man. They tell with oub famine to show te Neo C
gre.t gusto a story about his faithful to make soul. Stokes asked a starvin
attention to city politics. Professor beggar i she did not go and get
Chi.d always attended to his duties as ome of the soup that was being freely
a izen of Cambridge. One night he distributed.
we1t to a ward meetag at which a Soup, is it, your honor? Sure, it
boss began to ut forth some of his isn't soup at all" "And what is it,
waped ideas. The college professor then'," inquired Stokes. "It is nothin',
was speedily on his feet and scathing- your lionor. but a quart of water boiled
ly denounced the boss and his methods down to a epint to make it sthrnogn'
After the meeting was over the good This is the soup maigre which o
natPred boss, just to show that he bore garth caricatured in his picture of the
no ill will, met the scholar on the French troops at Calais. -London!
stairs and, genially handing over a ci- Standard.
gari saida "Have a smoke, professor;
His antagonist straightened up, took Mixed Liquors Barred.
ttentiony to ciy pltcsIrfso
the clgar and said with reat dignity,ie sy acSnory was the village
"Yes, I'll natch you in any of your blacksmith and one of the most pow
lest.er vices"-Boston Herald. erful singers in the choir of the kirk
at Auchlebcheries. To show off his
Didn't Get a Patent. voice to full advantage he would vary
Amon the strange applications which his style from bass to alto and from
reach the patent oue ce one fled som alto to treble in the same hymn.
years ago was most extraordinary, it The minister had long observed that
being a petition for a patent for an ant Rorv's methods were upsetting thegen
egaad c osisd wih mrely drawit, eod ftecogeaio' ig
ingsa chlk mah aouind a tafl yor ig n tlnt ieodtrn
ther plce!"Bosito Heaclaiedh.uprtt ok
eathe paten office wa oppfied. some l 3 eanone, ada
sers tao wal mast etaonatsyg thgtr.AdM.Mcno ifye
sing a sopitin forac preentso an rail-tasigtnr ngeoorfyer
aa novel conitd causerel cosdraw- ncmi 'yrsa~ya Dne
le amusemeof nt.sh apctioppe. ho.It etsr
evr, was refused on the ground that T
tere was nothing new in the inven- te~htpi ntebc.ta tlnso
oo. that chalk had been used for such aegaa~ed ots~rfo huaim
pueposes before and that such ideasjblkLbkinytole -h ourt3
were nt patntable prwas teir omertGthe toindarin the b
Ii will bgrennecssaryetoogshthrugheappaileul.w
~xpanstoemakersoup. foroPilesskedyousuae inn
~a. utupina olapibe ub 'i~ n bzegga wyThe Reidn.tg n e
eiclsn'sopt eal" "And their )is it,
The ingIn Hs Seech tie.? Ilutred Btks. tels othin',
Edyh-Yu oghtto avehead M. wo hodno ilusion qabt owther caued
coudmake spech. Eyth- dow to. hav pno money ito spreg'"
can't repeat~Ths i the spehbuIcasowyuId o upse ya m abgrebich d
~outherin.--estninterGaztte gart liaureod g hisopitur of egi
LzTrMI Lquorse Barre. i e
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Aftr orlndlrd od ocktedtheblalket andone bofd temostel pon
~3 wic ~pa mntlyfo or t-seadfu sinersping thoe.orotekr
t~ parmenohiceuhetpaifuly.l adane heu oldfar
"Becuse hav a rnt my ro alto o treheink you faherhymn.
~rs" iemuriued-Echage Tlie mnst ha d sonlon bsredta
GetnRqae Oh.' meoy s weeuse"n-tegn
mercy, deeraldmnlody tof chok'sndaregation's sing
outandI'llha'eitocg, diner.He- emnth e Nresle. o rn
~evr mnd:I we olton, aywa! "here a4." ne nouomn;edren a'e
-YokerSttesan.heiterv. AndMe. But ome, sfyer
tanevu singt eontnal rsl f er
A Singr.afl sirt aes thembss neus-nolha
Mr. agerPehasyo rcal, dvtertisr nowmns -nrosa
To stopothatrpainam theibackathat stiftnehsto
Sateno fo m tosu th c r atmentror 00 Aop inion mayose toatedm
-re nor aenables.- epl prov heir easnis. let free tody cobd by.
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Java's Fire Isiana.
Ore of the greatest wonders of Java,
"the fie island," a large lake of boil
ing mud, is nearly two miles in cir
cimfenee, and in the center im
mense colimns of soft, hot mud may
b- seen continually rising and falling,*
like -reat black timbers thrust forth
Lill then suddenly withdrawn by a
giant's hand. Besides the phenomena
of the columns. there are two -gigantic
bulbles near the western edge, which
till up like huge balloons and explode -
on an av-rage three times per minute.
Cause For Hurry. -
"I iderstand they were married 1n;
"Yes: they told the minister to hur
ry because there was only a little gas
oline left in their automobile, and they 0
were twenty miles from home."-New
York Town Topics.
Plenty of Them.
Joakley-Tou're right. Most people
worry over what they haven't got, but -
I know certain people who worry be
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