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Itai! m:s c(i!i-iii!p:h ch Is ilhrtr;il'il by
tlic ':k t lint of r.Jia jtntlciitH otlicirilly
xnniliu il liy 1 ln (IcniKUi Jsnpt i lal
J'.uanl nf Ilr.ilth, 2177, or :U." i'i
vnt., lnlnii-((l to fa in 11 it-K that in
(Unli'd other victims of tuberculosis.
It appears tlint on the tbit of small
fitoaincrH which ply between t ho nu
merous islands that dot the Swedish
a-l iicelyline has come Into quik
((Miimon ik, not withstanding Its ex
plosive character. It Is Mated that
with the beam of an iic-tyUiie search
l'ibt objects can be fccu very distinct
ly at from 1W) to ISihi feet. Tlie sa
loons and cabins of these, vessels are
also lighted with aeetylinc.
It Is stated that the turf or peat
beds of the (lor.nan Ihnplre cover an
area of 4,'.) !'J,Oi acres, and It has been
deemed a reproach to !onnau science
that with such a wealth of material
1he people should suffer for want of
fuel. Croat progress has been made
la the manufacture and use of brl
iueltes from brown coal or lignite,
held together by a matrix of bitumen,
either developed in the material itself
by heating, or added as a by-product
of gas and coke manufacture.
The wild duck, the hawk and the
Koairull while In illirht over long dis
tances usually remain at an altitude ,
of from GOO to 1-100 feet. If they pass
below the level of the highest flying
kite of a tandem line the fact Is easily
discerned by allowing for perspective.
The kite measurements are relatively
accurate, because during the pro
longed flight of thousands of wild
(ducks the kite string can bo hauled in
itnd paid out until the altitude of the
ducks Is exactly measured by the alti
tude of the kites.
A writer In Nature points out the
advantage that would be gained by
tlie use of magnetic iron ore as a mate
rial for concrete blocks. lie points
out that If magnetite is used Instead
of ordinary rock in the shape of frag
ments, and magnetic sand of ilmeiiite
sand instead of common sea sand, con
crete blocks can be obtained which
have all the strength of the ordinary
concrete blocks, and which weigh,
when Immersed In water, exactly
twice as much as the ordinary blocks.
Such an Increase in weight makes the
magnetic blocks far superior as re
gards resistance to the waves. Yl ork
constructed with magnetic blocks -vill
stand when other work will be destroyed.
Inawts Have a Moral Senae.
Lord Avehury, the well kuown ento
mologist and zoologist, has declared
his belief, after thirty years' study of
the question, that insects possess intel
ligence and reasoning faculties. He
says their mental processes differ from
ours not so much in kind as in degree,
and cites a number of curious instances
which bear upon the mental ability,
reasoning power and moral sense of
insects. - For instance, with respect to
counting, he says that the female of
a certain species of solitary wasps al
ways supplies the cells of her young
with a given quantity of food. The
cells of the male wasp babies are sup
plied with victims in the shape of ten
small caterpillars, while the female
grubs are fed witn twenty caterpillars
dailv. This difference is due to the
fact that the female grubs are larger
than the male ones, and therefore re
quire more nourishment, but the actual
number of caterpillars never varies.
Again, with regard to moral sense,
communities of ants, though in num
bers nearly as large as the population
of New York, never quarrel or have
family jars among themselves. They
are not very ready to help one another,
but individual acts of kindness are to
be perceived. One instance came un
der his notice where a crippled ant
was supported by his relatives for
three months. Many eminent zoolo
gists and entomologists have been of
the opinion tint Insects are absolute
automata; that they weave their nests
and spin their webs as automatically
as they digest their food; but this the
ory is strongly coiubatted by Lord
AVltty Irish Member.
Eighty years or so ago a distin
guished Irish member of the British
Parliament, named Dogherty, who sub
sequently became Chief Justice of Ire
land, asked Canning what he thought
of his maiden speech. "The only fault
I can Cnd with it," said Canning, "is
that you called the speaker 'sir' too
often." "My dear friend," said Dough-
ertv, "if you knew the mental state I
was in while speaking you would not
wonder if I had called him ma'am.:
Whiteside, another Irish member, who
also became Chief Justice of Ireland,
used to relate that when during his
maiden speech he saw the speaker's
wpjr surrounded by blue flames he
knew it was time to sit down.
u hunqs 1
44 An attack of h prippc left mz
with a haJ couli. My frienJs said
I had consumption. 1 tlicntricd
Ayer's Cherry I'cctornl and it
cured me promptly."
A. K. Handles, Nckomis, 111.
You forgot to buy a bot
tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral when your cold first
came on, so you let it run
along. Even now, with
all your hard coughing, it jj
will not disappoint you. a
There's a record of sixty t
years to fall back on.
Three ilzex: 25c, fOc, $1. A' driigglata.
Consult your liw't ir. If tin ny trko
tliHii do m on kivs. If tie tclli you nut II
lo iik It. thin limi t It. lit' knowa. It
Leave It villi lum. Wo nn wllliiitr.
J . C. AVKU CO., I.nwull, Mas. H
WHY HIS GENIUS RESTS.
MIb3 Gushovcr Oh, Mr. Prane-
wrcst, do you know I think you have
Kiich a fine mind! And why don't you
go to writing poetry or pmiosopny so
that others may have the benefit of
your thoughts. Men of superior men
tal endowments ought not to keep
their meditations selfishly to them
Mr. Pranewrest I have, indeed,
thougut cf that, but my fear is that,
since the world is so full of books, it
would, be found when my work was
published that I had unknowingly but
gone ever the ground already gone
over by others, and so I would be
criticised for plagiarism. Ornahq
ON THE ANXIOUS CEA a .
Returned Trooper Clara, you were
engaged to me, and yet I hear that
while I was at the front you went out
often with that old admirer of yours,
Clara Oh, George, he was so
thoughtful, and I was so anxious, that
he took me every night to the er -war
office to see er if you were
killed! London Answers.
Il ii Un ot.iuiiiti f entirely too mnny
1 1 1 : II, p ""Pi Irifini lai una out
V !u Will lend
i; !. M Hlllil I'
I - A M I ' A I I I K
1 v I h. HoM y all
The fellow win
ir'jre lur two lo live
never had lin
t-'tv that it
tii i'i fur one
in h nt'.y
Send to G irlii'l l '1 "i Co., JirnoUlytt, N, Y.,
for HH!l!pleS (i.'ir.ielil it'll llll'l Ken lll''I.O
Powders - two lli.'tlll(lhle re tl'eiiii'S.
lm over 157,00') acres ia
State or Ohio. City i' Toledo, I
Lt'CAU I'lU'MV. t "
Thank J. t'n en y, nui'to o.-.ththal lieiitlin
Heulor partner of tli linn of V. J. Ciif.ni.y A
Co., lining liUhltieHH In the City of Toledo.
Count? find Slate (if"i'-said, and that mid
linn will pay tlw mini of oxu humreij hol
la hr for eaeh anl every 'Mie of cat ah tin that
ennnot Im cured hy t)o) use of Hall'h
CATAimn Crux.. Fuank J. Cheney.
Hworn to before ne nnd Kiibprrihcd lu my
, . n seneo. tliiritith day of Deeeniber,
(SEAL. A. )., lHSu. A. W." Cil.EAHoN,
' v ' Xotary 1'uhlir.
Hall'H Catarrh Cure h taken intenmlly, find
ae'.s directly on the blood and miieouM nur
faees of the nyl tn. Send for testimonials,
free. F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by l)ru.'XWtH,75".
llrvll's Tamily PiilM me tho best.
No matter where n man was born, he
sr'.ls up and c'.uim.s to he jiroud of it.
Garfield Tea. the herb medicine, cures con
stipation, sick headaclio and liver disorder.
It's the dii'njrree-ib'.p thinss that
ought to remember to forget.
t- i. iji.i , miU riAJ ,A iJtr n-tf' IT 1 lit f 0.--
A Good f igure
can 1 e iit!ainc.l bv nnv womati
it fc!n trait'K il pi pi-fly. The
ci.mtt (i.i-.ft i l he t'Mitiil.il :.f i:i
of a viii mi It 1' al li;:uu. '11. 2
Bon Ton Corsets
fit because they arc wade, ri;
Ask yi'iir ill .Urr to l.ow
tlll lll lo vim.
Rep! Worcester Corset Co.,
W orct .1' r. Mul,
CARTRIDUE5 IN ALL CALIBER
from .22 to .50 loaded with cither Black or SmoUciess I'owdir
always give entire satisfaction. They are mad; and loaded in a
modem mann2r,by exact machinery operated by skilled experts.
TIIEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD ALWAYS ASK F011 THEM
Garfield neadach", Towders are especially
adapted to tho needs of nervous women.
That man is truly happy who doesn't
want the things he can't get.
Veit For the Bowels.
No matter what nils you, headache t" a
cancer, you will never K'et well until your
bowels are put right. Casoakets help nature,
euro you without a gripe or pain, produce
easy natural movements, eont you just 10
cents to start getting your health back. Cab
caeets Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up
in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C.
stamped on It. Beware of Imitations.
Feople with good intentions are some
times like an alarm clock that doesn't go
Garfield Headac'ie Towders! 4 Powders aro
sold for 10c. One Powder curs a headache.
The people who neglect to make hay
while the sua shines cut no ice.
FITSpermanently cured. No fits or rorroui
cess Rfter llrst day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
NerveKestorer.$2trial bottle and treatlsofreo
Dr. E. II. Kline, Ltd.. 931 Arch St. Phila.,Pa.
Gibbon, the historian, relieved the te
dium of his labors by absolute idleness.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for child-en
teething, soften thegums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c abottle.
Some fellows never try to break them
selves of bad habits until they are broke.
The State of Xew York has furnished
Life out of doors and out of the panics which they play and the enjoy
ment which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the
greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their
happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is
given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs
on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its
component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from
every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents,
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is
Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should
be used by fathers and mothers.
Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the
system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results
from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against
which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them
grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give
them medicines, when medicines are not needed, ind when nature needs
assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and
gentle Syrup of Figs.
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but
also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of
the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal
ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be
bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please
to remember, the full name of the Company
CALIFORNIA FIG 5YR.UP CO.- is printed on
the front of
age. In order to get it3
beneficial effects it is al
ways necessary to buy
the genuine only.
-V Z ri""i CALIFORNIA FIG 5YR.UP CO.- is printed on JZS&
V the front of every pack- rVV'T
rnK:,. age- I order to get its AC' r"V?
,-r'ytK ::- ', fi":''Y.H,t beneficial effects it is al- ... C-'r A V-
f wa8 necessary to buy C&Tf.--& ""
A, v-- 'hhs
J , i ( -:. :.
I do not believe Tiso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds John
F. Boyek, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1S00.
From a mother's point of view
naughty child takes after its father.
Garfield Tea cures constination.
Is an inquisitive person always a
i'Mi " 1 1
DID YOU EIVER
f'onslder the Insult oirn-ed tho lnte.lllucnrfl of
thinkliiK people when Ihfl claim Is nihde thitt
any one remedy will euro nil (U'eintisf No,
well, think o' I: nd si-ii'i for our book telling
n!l abotit a Sii'cll Ki'niedlcs for special dial-used
,-ondit oris, Hint our Family Medicine
CeH. A posml curd will seouro Ihe book
nmt ii sample of Dr. Johnson'-, "After D nner
I'l I." AffflrM wnnled. The Home Remedy
Co., Austell HulldliiK Atlanta, (ia.
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THE LANIER SOUTHERN
Iff S- :u
Thorough In all niii'oliitments. Bnniness
moil re-ffrnlze our uliilumfis bm a tettlmo.
ul;il of nbillty Mid worth. All brnn-ljes taught.
Full information cheerfully furnishei.
It's funny that a hor?e
ly moving only four feet.
can go a mile
l J . 'IT. H
removes from the soil
large quantities of
The fertilizer ap
plied, must furnish
enough Potash, or the
land will lose its pro
Read carefully our boots
on crops ten; Jrtt.
tXPELTANT MOTHERS! ro
pd of fhn
rnin and dangers of child-birth by the usa of
MRS. POLKVS' PAIN PREVENTATIVE. Use exter
nally. By mjil (in (loin wrat-prr) Mc If your druc-;ist
cannot supply, write to INDIAN REMEDY CO.
P. O. Box 67, Atlanta, Ga. Acts, for U. &.
F f O O f
L (Vw i VJ) quick re'it'f and emeu wort
caeuB. Book of teitinimiia a ar.d 1) ln ' Irentment
Vrer. Dr. H B. OhLIN B 6Uhh, Box B, At anU. Cia.
Gold Itledul ni I uftulo Kxpnaltlun.
The rTeatent. erasH of th (-Butiirv. We aro ihe Introdncem and th A .
onlv larxti eroweri of itanip Iff need in AimTlca. We a-c licatiquirtri.
rOur Kronnin vitl.U fi ton i.f ha' ioi'I llll'l anl lolnof iiu.tiirnL:" liu.-id-i per
U will row whfrpcer h'uil 1 foutiil. It i. aD acrirullUnll wonder. V ..1 ,f L
AFvi ry f inner ought lo jiIeik It. It 13 a muuej waiter. Try It lor l'Jui.
CataioKue veils. rjir-.-, w
iT.'fl J TV
Tho rret ccrnl, prO'lucInT fvoin &" to P0 bn'htls of prrnln and 4 torn .
hr a I'rwid b ttnuillir. iwv acre. M uro Ifm '.utninucen. -
TRIPLE trJSQMZ CCRPJ V:vj"v
How would 250 buiheli lrr non.1 suit Tim nt thu nrferit nriee of corn? v vNt ' ) 'i.
Well, Salrcr'ioiirnsort will produce tliie fvirrvu iu 1!HI2. Catalogtelli. .y...J fv.
Fodder Plants, Grasses and Ctovcr .- 'i , '
au St., New York.
XTED Two TravpllnR Saiesnipri In each
Statu. I'erniaiiPiit iiusltiiiii. $60 ami expensri,
VS rite Central Tobacco Worm Co.. fenlcna. Va.
Mention this Paper
In trrift'd? to adwtii"
r i fm.
We have the 1nrp"t array of fO'tucr planifi found In any eaMofrie - t-t-
in America. Wo have tlio tluft -r "tic-, tho hittRi;t irhWrn and r.-i
'5 iurpst croppers. (ur tiiaut lucarimt'' I'l"vt.r ir,n1ins u. r-'p;; It. y-? ('-
iTo: var TeoHinte i tta A f..r t-0 totm r.f crtt-i fodder; our ThnufK-'d -
Hen-h'd Kale and Dvurf Victoria Baie nuakf hpep aud kwiuc an-t cnttla -
proTJliiff at Ic. a pnnn.i K!!'ili . .' wnrraut oar pr;iB mitturpt to '
furnish a hnunant cron of har on evcrv where planted.
(Over .OOO.Oui) jioutids h.M tlir pint te r vearv).
VTo arc the lrse-t prowem. Choice enton "red at l.at fiftc. UTid up a ' M'
lb. We ham u, tremetiduUB frock of ui'f veprlnhle vd. Mich a
rnrllt?! pea, twert curn, r h ca , bcuns and maiiroihcr money
ntakint; vcicta')h-. Our eci aro nioiuj malieri, tU kiud Uie tuaraot 4"
K&riicuir auu larruer wauii,
1 -v -
liUKtS Wtitiit Alt USt IA1LS. ri
Best i ouuh fcyrup, Taatea GoikI. Use S
tntim. Mild bv (Impalma. Ml
r -sun tv.vih C1TI- A
Onr rreat eaUlos Yith a larfo i.nmbf r of nr! farm aeed
t'.i'-oi W inmiiti ti niailfl to tou urwn Tc-ict of hut 1"e. in AS tff- -' ' X i;
. Trw u.inpft. Thtesetdn wre potlthrlr worth Clt topc-t aitart. f jT't S '
1 'TS JOHM A.SALZERCEEDCO., i Vj
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