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warm Lest, trayes4 stor tee.
The Bangkok Times announces that
a large floating island on the Mekong
or Cambodia river, In Blam, recently
slipped its moorings, and has not been
seen or heard of since. There were a
number of trees three feet in diameter
on the island, and the land was under
cultivation, The owner has been
bunting diligently for his property,
but has not been able to hear any tid
ings of it. It undoubtedly went down
the river with a freshet and has either
stranded or gone to pieces.
If the rirls who chew gainm in the street
Itr, only knew how ugly it makes them look,
they wouldn't do it.
The T''runt Problem.
To a thougi' tll mind, the trust problem is
one of serious import. It must be firmly
grnppledl with, for it creeps upon society be
tore you are awaro of its oz istence, in this re
elcet much resombling the various disorders
whi'h atta-k the stomach, such as constipa
tion. iodigwstlon,dyspepsla, biliousness,liver
and kidln-y troubles. Hostetter's 8tomach
Bitters is the one reliable remedy for all such
ailments. Be sure to give it a trial.
Eaposing horses to cold. when Lhey are
tired and sweaty, frequently results In the
animal's taking p seumonia.
Lydia E. Pinkhanm's Vegetable Compouad
Cares Them -Two Letters from Women.
" DEAR MRa. PINKwsM :-I write to
tell you of the good Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done
me. I was sick in bed about five weeks.
The right side of my abdomen pained
me and was so swollen and sore that I
could not walk. The
doctor told my hus
band I would have to
undergo an operation.
This I refused to do
until I had given your
medicine a trial. Be
fore I had taken
one bottle the
gan to disap
pear. I con
tinued to use:.
your medicine -
until the swelling
was entirely gone.
When the doctor
came he was very
much surprised to
see me so much
better."-Mas. MARY SMrrn, Arlington,
" DEAn MRs. PINKhxAM:-I was sick for
two years with falling of the womb, and
inflammation of the ovaries and bladder.
I was bloated very badly. My left limb
would swell so I could not step on my
foot. I had such bearing down pains I
could not straighten up or walk across
the room and such shooting pains would
go through me that I thought I could
not stand it. My mother got me a bottle
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and told me to try it. - I took six
bottles and now, thanks to your won
derful medicine, I am a well woman."
-Mae. ELeBIC BaIr I, Otisville, Mich.
SAD STATS OF CAPTURED BOERS
Preaje Was a Bateto But Not a
The thing was gallantly done, and
we may all well be proud of this
ichievement of the Canadians. An
examination of the laager disclosed a
state of affairs which it would be im
possilble to describe. The wreckase
end confusion were bad enough, but
the filth and stench were such as to
make one feel slck, says a London
News correspondent. Within a space
at 100 yards lay over forty dead
torses and a halt dosen dead onea.
Men themselves were only buried six
Inches beneath the soil. No regard had
been paid to sanitary arrangements
at all. They drank the water within
a few feet of a petrifying carcass,
Wounded men lay about uncared for,
their wounds undressed, left to look
after themselves. In most cases gan
grene had set in. 8light scratches,
which with ordinary care would have
entailed two days' rest only, had de
reloped, into huge alcerated cancerous
sores. Our doctors, who took charge
of over two hundred such cases, de
elare that nine-tenths must die. Com
pared to the horrible conditions under
which the Boers had for the past ten
days lived, our fire was mere child's
play. It proves the indomitable pluck
-call It obstinacy if you like-of
Zronje. It was only the gen
eral who made the men hold
aut so long. The prisoners
for most part seemed pleased when
taken. Cronje was sullen; a beaten
but not crushed foe. To us It felt like
death to remain five minutes in the
place where the Boers had spent ten
days. One's stomach turned against
the fetid stench of rotting bodies. For
a day one could not get the smell out
of one's nostrils. Yet the prisoners de
clare that had it not been for the
Cantdlans getting so close to them
they would have held out for some
days yet; and with food it would have
been weeks before they would have
surrendered, It may be interesting to
say that one prisoner told me that
they knew that we were longing to
wipe out MaJuba, and that they
thought that if they allowed us to
charge with the bayonet none of them
would be allowed to live, even had they
shot our soldiers down by hundreds.
tgraph ('oilerge. lotlsville, y., opena the whole
sear 14tuden:s an enter any time. Catalog trsea
at Tymal,- I Tea eN's Eye Water
Its Borax Mines.
Death Valley is probably the most
unique natural feature in California.
It is located In the southeast corner (f
Incyo County, and is inclosed by the
Panamint Mountains on the west and
the Funeral Range on the east. It is
seventy-five miles long, and at its nar
rowest point but eight miles wide.
At one time, most probably, it was
the bed of an ancient river. The low
est depresaion is 200 feet below sea
level, but above this rises Telescope
Peak, 11,000 feet high, of the Pana
mint Range, and dir ctely opposite the
Funeral Peak, which reaches an alti
tude of 8000 feet. During the winter
these peaks are covered with snow.
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MOUNhTAINSY ENCLOSING) DEBIII VALLEY.
This remarkable valley was discov
ered in 1830 by a party of immigrants,
many of whom lost 9teir lives in the
attempt to cross it. The name has
clung to It, also, as being the scene of
numberless tragedies. Early in its
history traditions of gold and silver
deposits of wonderful richness within
its boundaries persuaded many adven
turous persons to undertake the haz
ardous experiment of its exploration.
The number who l:ave lost their lives
in this desolate field Is undoubtedly
great. Pursuing the mirage of rich de
posits of precious metals these adven
turous prospectors succumbed at last
to the intolerable heat and the agonies
The range of the thermometer Is
probably greater in Death Valley than
elsewhere in the Western Hemisphere.
In ~, nter the temperature is way be
low zero, while in July and August
the thermometer ranges for weeks at
137 degrees above, frequently rising
several degrees higher. For weeks at
a time the lowest level temperature ob
served exceeded 100 degrees. The
deadly heat burns every vestige of
vegetation. The Spanish bayonet, a
plant that flourishes under the most
arid conditions, here barely survives,
WATER COOLER USED IN DEATH VALLEY.
while the mesquite, with its long roots
penetrating deep into the earth in
search of scanty moisture, just man
ages to exist.
A party of enterprising agricultur
Ists once experimented with growing
fruit and vegetables in this region, an
ticipating large profits in the early
marketing of their crops. The attempt
was a complete failure, the luten:
heat withering the plants, notwith
standing copious supplies of water and
the most skillful cultivation. In the
higher altitudes of the Panamints
there are numerous valleys with flow
ing streams. In these fruits are culti
vated, and reach the market two
months before the California products
The prevailing winds in Death Val
ley are from the west. Though origin
ating in the Pacific Ocean and satu
rated with humidity in traveling the in
termediate distance, they are inter
cepted by the lofty peaks of four
ranges of mountains, which absorb all
of their moisture, so that by the time
they reach the valley all humidity has
disappeared, and no living thing can
survive the intense heat. Even birds,
indigenous to the region, die.
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1301A~f MiNE IN DEAH LLE
It is hi the ra~iulhs of greratest heat
that 1i satr t storI.K of Vuatth Vallky
ir* Iuac:=t (deadly. Thnu riae with In
tense fu-y. ch:itcratic the landscnpe
awul e'!rtitr tt1 Ilbht cC the sun,
eoicrlz'g til.n trsil.; .!t-.p in I I3Wtleret
Mi;st. La al thlidis the ^d0 oi the
cL ?Ii * "ti 'r s. ' al dv.'oI:tte. No
u;rot t a 9at th a i 'JItQbles It Ili trhi.ity or
lophtet like Leat;.
During the heated term an hour
without water means deathl Meat be
comes putrid in an hour. Eggs are
cooked in the blistering sand. Water
is only palatable by means of large po
rous earthenware jars, common to all
hot countries, suspended in drafts and
reduced in temperature by means of
the rapid evaporation of the moisture
from the outside.
The belief that the borax marshes
are the remains of the vast lake which
once filled the valley is supported by
traces of water-line found 60Q feet
above, on the mountain sides.
In general appearance all borax
marshes are alike. They are located
at the point of greatest depression and
from a distance look like deposits of
salt or snow. Under the surface is
common wet clay or water of varying
depths. These deposits are generally
circular in form and appear as though
once they were cmt:rs. Borax was
created by contact of boracic acid in
gaseous form. with the lime and soda
of the surface. At Teels Marsh, Ne
vada, borate of lime appears in th?
form of balls imbedded in clay along
with soda, salt, etc., but at Columbus
these are found in sandy soil. Some
tlns tl.ese talls are c-composed, un
derlying the soil which is removed,
and the borate shoveled out. Deposits
of crude borate of soda are found in
Nevada and in Death Valley, at the
MIonte Blanco mines. These mines are
SPANISR BAYONET PLANT, DEATH VALLEY
located In a region the most forbid
ding, remote from the railroad and of
fering almost unsurmountable difficul
ties in the reduction and marketing of
their product, but their richness and
extent, compared to all other fields,
soon c..used them to be regarded as
the principal source of supply for the
future production of borax in the Uni
The works employ from 400 to 1600
men. The crude borate of lime is first
passed through rock breakers and is
then ground to the fineness of flour by
means of rolls and burr stones. It is
then, with a small proportion of car
bonate of soda, thrown into a digester,
where under heat. pressure and agita
tion the existing affinities are com
pletely divorced. The carbonic acid
unites with the lime, which yields bo
racic acid, the latter with a small por
tion of soda and the result is borax In
solution. The liquor is then drawn off
into tanks, where the borax In crystal
lizing attaches itself to small steel
rods and hooks altogether like great
sticks of rock candy. The sediment
THE CRYSTALLIZED BOnAX ON THE BODS.
contained in the mixing tanks is com
posed largely of sand and dirt with
considerable borax mixed. The de
posit is passed through a filter press,
which presses the dirt and allows the
borax liquor to pass away to be util
ized again. Repeated over and over
again, the last remnant of borax is
finally secured by this process.
Easy to PIck the Winner.
They made a wager as to which
could give a story the widest circula
tion in the shortest time.
One of them had it manifolded on
the typewriter and cent it to every
newspa:per in the town.
The other merely told it to his wife
"In strict confidence."
The total number of delegates ex
pected in London is 60,000, of whic,.
5000 come from America. The dele
gatea represent a membership of 4,000,
000 Endeavorers, scpttered all over the
MACHINE FOR HANDLING EGGS.
Interesting Device For Packnlag Them in
Egg crates, with their pasteboard
partitions for each egg, are usually
packed by expert hand-packers, and
the device here pictured is intended to
facilitate this operation. It consists
of a wooden tray to which are at
tached paral.el wooden strips of semi
circular section, running in the direc
tion of its length, the whole being cov
ered with cloth. This t-a. is placed
FOR PACKING ZOE CRATES.
on ae iron stand, fitted with wooden
rollers, and is adjustable to any height.
The eggs are placed in the tray, which
must be rocked occasionally, causing
the eggs to dovetail into the corruga
tions in perfect order. When the tray
is full it is removed to the case into
which the eggs are delivered by tilting
the tray and drawing it gently from
one end to the other. By this means
the eggs are delivered into the case
in symmetrical order in such a man
ner that breakages are reduced +, a
A Very 8uccessful Venture.
An abnormally generous woma
went to Europe last summer, leaving
her horsey, in entire charge of her
coachman. The coachman, of a prac
tical turn of mind and with his mis
tress's full consent, turned a pretty
penny by renting the teams out. Be
fore long she had a letter from him
would she object to his setting up a
hearse? There was a great demand
for something of the sort, new and
smart, in the town, and he knew of
such a nice hearse to be had at half
price; if she wouldn't mind his putting
her horses to it, his fortune would be
made. The abnormally generous wom
an wrote back that she was perfectly
willing. A few weeks Irter she was
rewarded by a letter from the coach
man saying that the hearse, as run
by her horses was the greatest suc
cess; "people are just dying to get
into it," he added.-New York Sun.
Where the Y. P. S. C. B. Will Meet.
The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor opens soon a world's
session in London, :.ud will hold its
convention in the Alexandra Palace,
which resembles the Madison Square
Garden, New York City.
The palace is just beyond the out
skirts of London proper and has a ca
pacity for lodging and boarding 5000
Endeavorers, as well as giving ample
room for their meetings. The banquet
hall of the palace will be divided off
into dormitories, enough of them to
hold 1200 young women. This ar
rangement left 3800 young men to be
cared for, but 800 tents have been pro
vided for them, and .aey will occupy
these, five to a canvas.
The kitchen of the palace is large
enough to prepare food for 2500 per
sons, who can sit down at one time In
the dining hall and be served. All En
deavorers not provided for in the pal
ace will have accommodations secured
for them In near-by private houses and
hotels. It has been settled that all vis
Itors will pay their own expenses.
The tallest man in Europe is Oscar
Balling, who is only twenty-three
years old and measures eight feet two
inches. Fraulein See-hen, the second
curiosity, is the oldest daughter of a
EUROPE'S TALLEST AND SHOBTEST PEO
Chinaman, who married a German
woman n n erlin. She is well pro
portioned, and is only an inch shorter
than Oscar. A ludicro- contrast is
the Norwegian dwarf, Ole Olsen, who
tenderly nurses a full beard and is
forty years old and not quite three
f'et in height. The fourth member of
the troupe is little Willie Wendt, six
teen years old, a Persian, who is two
feet eight inches tall. The quartet
Tenaclher-"How many of my schol
ars can remember the longest sentence
they ever read?"
Billy-"Pleas?, mum, I can."
Teacher--"What! Is there only one?
Well, William, you can tell the rest
of the scholars the longest sentence
you ever read."
I illy-"Imurisonment for lit,"
A Ira. Nletust 3aeeam
The finest atural harbor in Puerto
ites is at Jobos, on the southeast
eeast. It is large enough aIrd deep
eeoug4 to accommedate ships of any
dratugt, but it oeeds an improved en
trance. In addition to the commercial
value of Jobos harbor, it has a strate
gio importance not surpassed in this
part of the world. It is perfeetly shel
tered and screened. A naval fleet sta
tEoned there might block any Euro
pean expedition directed toward Cuba,
the is!jUmus canal, or the Paclfie eoast.
You cannot possibly enjoy good health un
less you have at least one free movement of
the bowels each day. When this is not the
case, the poisonous products are absorbed in
to the system, causing headache, biliousness,
nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia, indigestion.
are a gentle laxative, suitable for any and
every member of the family. One pill at bed
time will produce one good, natural movement
the day following.
25 conts a box. All druggists.
"Ayer's Pills have done me and my family great good. They are
like a true friend in trouble. There is nothing equal to them for
sick headache and bi'iousness."-Mrs. JULIA BROWn, St. Louis,
Mo., Dec. 5, 1899.
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REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
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A. C.. 1,1 0 In Ander
son t ounty. ti) in
Charleston, 1,189 in Memphis. One agent sells
•50 in one week, $4.(00 to $10.00 per day sure.
In answering state y ur .xpzrln-e, if any.
J. L. NIeHOLS & CO.,
No. 012-924 A.at.-ll Ituldlnlg. Atlanta, Ga.
For (Crain' Magniflceent Twentieth Century
-Map of Unitled .tates and ITVrldl. Largest
and most beauliful Map publication ever
printed on one sheet. Ii shows all the recent
changes. Price low. Exe,silve teort ory. BIO
PROFIT TO SALEtMEN. Also the finest line of
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TI L THE ADYVRTISEIR " PA. "'.oD... 1"
SHIS PAPLIL-VNU-;, 19
: An Expensive "Tip"
* is the one which you cut off and
o throw away every time that you
• smoke a Five Cent cigar. There is *
a nearly as much labor in making this U
* end as all the rest of the cigar, and -
* yet every man who buys a cigar cuts *
it off and throws it away. You get
_ all you pay for when you smoke 0
:Old Virginia Cheroots:
* Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this
* year. Ask your own dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cents. - g
em. mlSe, M SWltul O E OI.E..
His satanical majesty always smiles when
by is whipled to make him attend
Ladies (an Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot,
Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes tight
or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot
sweating, aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns
and bunions. At all druggists and shoe
stores, 25c Trial package FREE by mail.
Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
' he inhabitants of Winton, England, be
lieve that with th " close of the century the
world will come to an end.
Albert Bur h, West Toledo, Ohio, says
"Hall's Catarrh Cure saved my life." Write
him f.,r p trticula s. Sold by Druggist, 75c.
The opponents of vivisection have arranged
for a special exhibition of instruments of tor
ture during the Paris exposit on.
Robert Flournoy, Brickyard, Ala., wrote,
I consider no remedy equal to Dr. Moffett's
'IEETHINA (Teet'ing Powders) for the ir ita
tiona of teething and the bowel troubles of
our Southern country.
Give me me six lines wr.tten by the most
honor ble man alive, and I shall find matter
therein to condemn him to the gallows.
The Best Prescriptoen for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of OROTa's TAurTLUs
CnIt.L TONic. It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price 500.
Every young man a' ould learn to paddle
h s own canoe-but he should learn to swim
Irdigestion is a bad companion. Get rid
of it by chewing a bar of Adams' Pepsin
Tutti Frutti after each meal.
If it were necessary for you to satisfy
everybody, you would have been hanged long
M re.Winsl,,w's Soothing Syrup forcbil:ren
teething, softens the gums, reducing inflama
tion,allaye nain, cures wind colic, 2lca bottle
Piao'" Cure cannot be too highly snoken of
as a cough cure.-J. W. O'BrIEN, =3 Third
Ave., N., Minneapolis. Minn., Jan., 6, 1900.
Nearly every man makes garden in the
sprint', but only one in ten ever raises any
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervousness
after first day's tie otD r. kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. f2 trial bottle and treatise free Da. B.
H. KLINE. Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phils., Pa.
Electricity has been applied to the industry
of blowing the feathers off ,he fowls by a
Kansas City packer. Whatnext?
To Cure a Cold In )lse Day.
Take LAXATIVE BaROi QtUININ TAELETS. All
druggi-ýla refund the it rney if it fals to care.
E. W. GaoVs's signature ia on each box. 6sc.
Funerals on the installment plan are now
among the attractions offered in Chicago.
Most people would prefer to have the affair
over at once and done with.
Prttkx FADLress Drx produces the
fastest and brightest colors of any known dye
stuff. Bold by all druggists.
The day ie coming when every householder
will have a telephonc, Just as it has other
mod, rn facilities,
PI~ '~ ~I'I ~ I a
1 11 R tr hoeGa
The Germans say "Wie belndea sde
sichr' (How do you and yourself?) or
" le gehtar' (Hew goes it?); the
Dutch "Hoe vaart gif' (How do yeo
fare?); the Italians, "Come state (Hew
do you stanad); the French "Commsnt
-ous portez-vous?" (How do you earry
yourself?). In Spain, as In GermiUy,
the usual greetings are "Come data
ustad?" (How are you) or "Quo tal
va?" (How goes it?). The Greeks my
"Ti Kamete?" (What do you do?),
while in China the expressios ks
"Have you eaten your rice?"
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL i
HOT IINERAL BATHS, I
_ Ilot SpriJga, . C.
S The most famous and popular re
sort in Western North Carolina. situ
ated in the heart of the Blue Ridge
_ Mountains, in the French Broad Val
A lawn if 150 acres, surrounded by
V many lofty peaks and crags; scenery
wild and pi'turesque; c!imate perfect I
and unequaled. Nights cool aid pleas
ant. The healthiest place in America.
A two-mile nine-hcle golf course,
' over a beautiful green sward.
The Hot Mineral Baths, with a tem
perature of 96 to 102 d grees-A Mec- :
ca for rheumatism and all nervous dis
eases. A first-class livery.
The Mountain Park Hotel is a model
: of perfection and elegance. Cuisine
the highest standard. Rates reason
S Write for discriptive pamphlet and :
9 J. C. RUMBOUGH, Prop. _
- B. A, NEWLAND, Manager.
DROP y EW DICOVERY;grire
P , quick relief and curee wi-r,
cores. Boas of test ,m nala and 10days' Stetment
Free. Dr. H. H. GaLs a' soms. ei, s. Atats. s.
'4' that dreadful fiend that threatens the beau
tiful sunny south every summer can attack
and kill only those whose bodies are not
kept thoroughly cleaned out, purified and
disinfected the year round. One whose
liver is dead, whose bowels and stomach
are full of half decayed food, whose whole
body is unclean inside, is a quick and ready
victim of yellow jack.
If you want to be safe against the
scourge, keep in good health all summer,
whether yellow jack puts in an appear
( 7, ance or not, keep clean inside! Use a mild
laxative, that will make your bowels strong
_ and healthy, and keep them pure and clean,
protected against any and all epidemic dis
eases., It's Cascarets, that will keep and
save you. Take themn regularly and you will
find that all infectious diseases are absolutely
TH 10c. 25c.
TABLETr. ALL DRUGGISTS
CARETS promptly eetiely a curs1 lo 1f t amea Ivey at Ya ,t a .t týaM
good. Never sicken, wekn~ a or gripe. Write for beekhbt eiras bee eRmb. £ri J. 0
A msas ideal of VWemash i he.
reas1 s the followilg tease ft fa
article ha the Humanatarlas. writtse
) Prof. Mautegaus, will be read with
interest: "In order to approach to the
perfection lequired in the fntur4 weo
an should try to improve herself phys
ically, morally and latelleetually
three adverbs which represent the
great human trinity, three gods in one
god, the god of happiness, who is the
CHILLS AND FEVER.
The Best Prescription Is Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle
So That the People May Know Just
What They Are Taking.
Imitators do not advertise their formula
knowing that you would not buy their medi
cine if you knew what it contained. Grove's
contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct
proportions and is in a Tasteless form. The
Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives
the malaria out of the system. Any reliable
druggist will tell you that Grove's is the
Original and that all other so-called ,"Taste
less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis
of other chill tonics shows that Grove's is
superior to all others in every respect. You are
not experimenting when you take Grove's-its
superiority and excellence having long been
established. Grove's is the only Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire malarial sections of the
United States. No Cure, No Pavy. Price, coo
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Tulane University of Louisiana.
Its advantages for practical instruction, both
in ample laborato:les and abundant hospital
materials are unequalled. Free access given to
the great Charity Hospital with 900 beds and
80.000 patients annually. Special instruction is
given daily at the bedside of the alck. The next
session beglns November Ist, 1300. For eatalogue
and information, address Pior. 8. . CRAILLu.
M. D., DIax, P. O. Drawer 61, New Orienas, Ia.
SOUTHERN DENTAL COLLEE.
Atlanta College of Physiclans and Surgeons
OLDES? COLLIBO I StTATE. Fourteenth An.
natl Seasion opFna Oct. 2 closes April 20th.
Those contemplating the study of Donttry
shonild write for catalogue.
Addrees S. W. rOSTER, Dean.
8s-4 Inuman ulding, Atlantas Ga.
DR. lOmiT'S AjlrInflrttatli, Ails Igaie%
RtuIates the Boewels
Strur~thrnr the Chil,
Makes Teethin Eay.
TJTEEEI T TIhN ItI NA' dow
] uý Trcuta t tgsts, ANY AGE
GrmaU 1 MOB J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. Ma
ie., ws as a inl wo resw.a te
as our oncultet, who o a bein wrhs
oes not torget the beod by gslvi
everthiag to the soul, and who dore
net reduce man to the level of asn as
iail, which eats and drinks sand sleea
Woman has always been and alway
will be, powerful-all powerful-eon ae
count of her beauty, and we poor serv
ants of nature can neither dethrone
her nor make her move by unaccus
tomed ways. Only we ought to el
tend the physical beauty of a woman
Fauguier White Salpher Spria.L
This famous resort is now open under ttll
new muanaement. Everythinglis Arstl. Mall
lealt Afve-story brick hbtel, and 1 brieck 'ottar.
hult her, Lithia and Freestone Bprinhe; sleore
Batts; Lvrry., Fishing Bustinrt. Golf, (a
Coure. nlneho4s). Tennis. Polo. Bowlingand
luards. For Booklet write
k. B. 100AM, roprt
FOREST LOD6E SANATORIU , -.
Mount Airy, Ilabershum Ceouty, Georgia
For nervons Invallds, chronic dyspeptics. tuad
convalescents. and especially that .:lass of suffer
who could not be cured at home by the use drugs
Selentflc. modern, successful treatment, nunder
competent medical supervision. Lodge thoretgh
F equipped. High altitude, pure alr. uotilpl
ay cool nights. Address Forest Lodg, Mount
, y. Georgia.