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Ala. (i ntiq 0
75 i r 1,0 if) anion;
tin' Jo-am, v, ho li ,vl prMtty la'Jf li t!:o
; : l.) llfj a;i tho At aha, exeTt that
tl.r y cUily rl"u;i all tliulr furnlturo
with la.ilft doth.,, an 1 never utir up
tho gcnn-l!ifv::ti;J dust with brooms.
Cold ( onulei feitlu,-.
Tin' l- il l ii-..',l iu pi.lor I'l intlns; u:nl on mir
ror n-nl intip) frit'in- in only an :nitntl'ti.
It H in.-i ! fr:n Iron;'." timl sji:ltT, ami not
frmn th jiimi jmM li'iif. TIhto Ih utiotln'r ur
t i 1 aVo pry tmi'-h liri ilatiul, urnl thiit is IIs
t''it'r's Slo:un,'h iUtt'TH, tlio I'oli'liratril f itiit -i!y
rcnicly for la.! lo-Lloii,ly?i H3jsiii, omihtl
1'iition, l.jlioiiMin'ss, niid Uvt ini'l kMw-y
truit.loH. lii'vnr of coufitfrf"itH wln-ii liiy
fiur. '1 lin (I'liuliic must Iiuvh our l'rivuto
Muinj jvt t ho im'i'L of tlni liottli'.
Vlifti a follow coiniilainu that he in al-
ya cutting aoM he k't-ls jiretty cheap.
Trttfilus Cui-fi Kcuia,
lUriK Wonii.r.arbur's Itfh, S'aMl'al, Tetter
anil tliosH it'lilnK nklti trouhlci ho unpleas
ant ami (ll-L;iistliig. CO. a bos by mail from
T Slni. trine, Kavtuiuu.li, ('ia., If your
dnii'j'lut don't Weep it.
Tho industrious bursar is generally
doing buiiicthiiig, even ii it's only time.
Tyn'TV llyipHpHln tm vlv Cup' Iii'll-K-iUoii
and l)yspe(isl:i. At Dnitfl-tt;, 50e.
Some people never attempt to do nay
thing for fear they miht do it wrong.
"I have ma:e a most thorough ft
trial or Ayer's Ctierry rectcrai ana f
arn prepared t: say triat for till dis- I
cases of ths lungs it never disap- t
J. Early Finley, Ironton, O.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral I;
won t cure rneumatism ;
we never said it would.
It vcrt cure dyspepsia;
we never claimed it. ttut
it will cure ccughs and
colds cf all Kinds. We
said this sixty years
M. '1(1" VP If k 1 -,T
v. J I
Thra m:i : lie, hi., ii. All imgs&U.
Comult your doctor. Tf ho fwy Uli it,
tliun do h If h toln you not
in mice it, u..u't tnho It. 1! knowa.
Ltuve It Vfilh him. Vv are vrilllnij.
J. C. ATtEti CO., Lowell,
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S A if bali par morl
Now Trk 4
or. Its vIl
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' 'v rauw u
20th 0MTtUt7 OVktB
sm :. per aot.
Al ll itUM Ur YCTJ tKlOll
Thre BarocJ Com.
W M ?f tu. yr Mr,
at prtoe rrorm. HutmtrB
tnxli prudtM Tor wOr.
ovor 4 bu. per mth. aU
h& LtialobrMM Muoc
rn!Vf hn4. which jikt
on our frmi tf3 tm. per cr
1 -t '.r
'" 5' n'' 'V1 ooMy rlift, doe wett
1 Jy f hay ant
of har M l m4 1u f
'."id wrTB.n&ei, 'I'Imi
IMO.OO far tOo.
Wa -li To.i ta try 9t
,9 rt farm aodi, aaaa
fit I uStt ta M) fWi Kwd
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' Heauort K&H, toomhm, nafa.
k- aiiaua, .joiw,vw.i...j -
: VllO.no ta aet a rt) ailiar with
i our irfrtatoal.n. fr lftpaaa.
s17ER'S MAGIC CRUSHED SHELLS.
Best on fftrth. ISell ot 1.M pfr a lb. bc,
i $3.75 for 500 11. ; for 1,000 lb.
41 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Oa.
Engines and Boilers
Mjpriii VT(ttr Hentern, Stm Puinp and
' I'enberthy Injector,
J'anutscturers and Dealers In
3Jk."S77 M I Xj Xj 3,
Corn BIHU, Fe"l III 111 . Col ton Gin illnrhia
cry anl Grnln Separator.
bOLlI) mid 1NSKKTE1) Sftws. Saw Tepth un l
I fK-liB. Knisflit'a 1'Btrnt I.ps. ItiriUall Saw
Mill Bixl Kimlno lijalrit, Jovernor, Grate
i:rBixi a full Un of Mill Supplies. I'rlce
eiij fiifilltv of cxi puaranteed. Catalogue
Iree It inntlinluir this paper.
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alsbv & Com
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"Every Man His Own Doctor," post-1 jt.nTThat's right; lots of men
paid for 60c. Atlanta Publishing House tbat useJ to Lcrrow money of mo
11G-11S Central Avenue, Atlanta, GaJlon-t gpeak to ne now." Detroit Free
. --i.-nT.rt Travplinx Sa'eMipn In ch PreSS.
T-tte 'permnnnntpoiti'"- w nJ '"P""".
rlU Criitrul Tobajco rt'orki CO.. Venicn; V.
?.kntica tliii i'spr
In tcrititiy In iidwrtw
. , AFFAIRS
To Softfii ll.iril Water.
Hard water Is Injurious to the oon
lle.iill llllil tlu'I-ei'olV U r-lioulil IK' V IT
bo uv. for wa.'-hin' the face until
It has been made oft by the addition
on mi oatmeal r bran .. This barf
should be made of a eoiiple of thick
neshOH of cheese cloth and lare fiiou'h
to use In the nlacv of a wash cloth.
'Orange and lemon l'cel are also water
j softeners. Instead of Ihrowln-; nway
I the peel of the above fiuiti put them
I Into tin toilet liltcher and It will per
! fume the water as well r.s soften H.
! An occasional face batli of roxo water
or elder tlowcr water U excellent, and
Is especially useful fur greasy id; ins
or tliose' which show a slight growth
of down and for which creams uru
not admissible. American Queen.
How to l'tfck it Trunk.
In pnckln;; a trunk place all looks,
boots and other heavy articles at the
bottom, till up all the corners and
crannies with .stockings, vtsts and such
lUKTUshabk' articles. Keuiember that
tho good packer packs tightly, for
thiiii breakages and creasin.r are
I The secret of .uood packing Is lirni
; ness and hinootlir.ess, and to attain
i that everything should be put in the
j trunk in layers. Iteforo putting In
! the dresses have u firm layer of under
j garments, and then proceed with the
vhlckcst raid heaviest of your skirts,
i The skirts should be folded as near
ly as possible in the folds they take
In wear. See that you lay the skirts
! alternately In different directions, so
' that If the waistband on one is to
tho left side of the trunk the waist
! band of the next li at the right side,
for thus the level will be preserved.
Itetween dark and light dresses
place a towel to prevent the former
; soiling the latter. Fold bodices ns
' far as can be In the lines which they
j take uron the figure, put stiff, lightly
! crushed paper Into the sleeves, and
also Into bows and putlings to prevent
j tholr being creased, and then pack
as tightly as convenient. Wkeu taken
nut of the trunk thpv will ba found !
out ol the trunk tney will m tounu
uninjured. Home Notes.
Frozen rineapple Custard Scald one
pint of milk, pour it over three eggs
beaten until light with one cupful
of granulated sugar. Iteturu to the
double boiler and stir until smooth
and slightly thickened; strain and
cooL Add one cupful of cream and
freeze until quite thick; add a medium
sized pineapple which has been eyed,
chopped fine, mixed with one cupful
of sugar and allowed to stand for two
houra or over night. Finish freezing,
repack with ice and set aside for two
hours to ripen.
Sweet Potatoes Mashed and
Browned Boil three sweet potatoes
of medium size until done. Peel and
squeeze through the vegetable strain
er, add a heaping tablespoonful of
butter, salt and pepper to taste, and
enough milk to make very soft. Put
in a baking dish, dot it over wdth tiny
bits of butter and bate until brown.
Serve in the dish in which it is baked.
If any is left over remove the thin
brown skin, make the potatoes into
small, flat cakes and brown on both
sides in a little butter in a spider.
, Lemon Fingers Trim the crust from
a loaf of fresh bread. Put the bread
into a large butter pot or soup tur
reen and surround with lemon peel.
Take a generous half cup of good
butter, roll in grated lemon rind and
wrap In wax paper. Put it also In
turreeu and cover close. Let stand
In cool place over night. When mak
ing the fingers beat the butter to a
! cream; add the juice of chopped par
I sley. Spread on the bread, and put
J together as sandwiches and cut in
I fingers. Also very nice made of or-
Maple Sugar Cake Maple sugar cake
Is a delicious variety of layer cake,
and is made after these directions:
Beat together one and a half cupfuls
of finely-shaved maple sugar, one egg,
one-third cupful of butter, one cup
ful of sour milk, half a teaspoouful
of -x!a and two cupfuls of flour. Bake
in laj-er tins. The tilling is made by
cooking one-half pound of maple sugar
and one-half cupful of water until
the syrup hardens In water; remove
from the fire and pour slowly over
one egg, beating constantly; when
the mixture is nearly cold, .spread on
the cake layers.
joe''Ye ought to be thankful for
fhf c-oncral nrcsnerlty this year."
France has now the deepest well in
the world. It is 3.609 feet and the tem
perature at the bottom is 117 degrees.
Tho wrrd "f" 1 ai n: t b" :i tra"e.l
farth- r b:i'd; than t'." tiM.' - th r:i
tury, but the t!.;i": wa.i ki'ov.n In the
early yars of tho foarte T.tJi. Tho
cominoin, with the prebtoi an 1 no
bl i vl. itlng I.onloii fur tho i arlla
niontH cnl other occasions, tinited to
petition IM'.vr'rd I. to compt 1 tho burn
ing only of dry wix-a and charcoal, as
tho growing use of sea coal corrupted ;
the air with Kb stink and smoke to tho
great unjtid'ee and detriment of .
health. In 13ut; the king prohibited tho
use of coal; heavy random and lines j
were Inflicted for disobedience; In I
tho case of recalcitrant brewers, dyers j
and other artificers the furnaces and !
kilns were destroyed. Hut the rcstrlc- j
tion waa evidently soon removed, for
in 1308 fjD (probably equal to about
800 now) was paid from the ex
chequer for wood and coal for the cor
onation of Edward II. London Chroni
cle. Club of Red-Haired Men.
Ono of the unique social organiza
tions of tho country has recently been
formed at Washington. The only in
flexible rula for membership is that
tho applicant shall have red hair. Tho
society is defined by a member as be
ing a "society of protest," but strictly
Eocial in Its aims. It has no philan
thropical nor political ideals, and there
13 no danger, should the id?a spread
and beeomo national la its scope, of
the R. II. C.'s putting forth a candidate
for tho presidency.
It seems that the society organized
in a rebellion against tho antiquated
and moldy witticisms which red
haired Heople In all parts cf the civili
zed and uncivilized world are supposed
to enjoy, or at least to suffer with a
sickly pretense of enjoyment. Chi
Land in the Philippines.
There are over 90,000,000 acres of
land in the Philippine Islands, and,
while it is impossible to say with any
accuracy how much of the land is own
ed by private interests, it is believed
that at least 50 per cent will come un
der th eclassification of public domain
A wife who is a good cook makes a cheer
FITSpermnneatly curod.No fits or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Dr B IL KLINE( Ltd., OSlAreh St. Fhlla.,Pa.
Never ask a "tavor unless you are will
ing to grant one.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teethin?, soften the ums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain , cu res wind colic. 25c a bottle.
The world is never cold to the warm
hearted. Fiso's Curo cannot bo too highly spoken o
as a cough euro. J. v O'BaiEX, 322 Third
Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1000.
Experience may cost in ideals, but it
gives us knowledge.
Freo Dollvory of ;nrdni. l't"bi und FInwor
Setds: frewh, uunr-tii' cod a id ospoot.all y Rd ip;
0:1 toclltrutu, lit bottom pi't'f". Oitalo 'UB five
Orders $1 or over do! ivonxt fivn tn (i i., Alu or
Fla. It purs f irmer to sivitro fie bust. Agents
wanted. Paul To'.and & Co., Dame Hill, (Jit
the acre at less cost, means
in the Cotton fertiliser improves the
soil ; increase! yield larger profits.
Send for our book (fret:) expluiiiuig how ta
get these results.
B GERMAN KALI WORKS,
I 93 Nassau St., New York.
ii&''J Largest prowera OI VCs. 'J if
t&T Clover, Tlmotliy and fl
Grasses. Ouriiorthcrn grown Clmcr l
for vicor, frost and drouth resisting
Samples Cloier. Timotliy and Orasr-es and rwt n
Catalog mailed M 'or c pustate.
JOHN A. SALZER 3
Kixk La CrosseAYis. C$z
THE LANIER SOUTHERN
7 ' r
Tborouch In ah aiipolntments. ItulriPBS
men re-f pnlzo otir uliilnmas m a tcstimn
nln.1 of ability and worth. All bmrv-liPB taught.
iull lnforniftiliin eUoerfullj- futnishe,!.
It nfrtlrtrai trllh
weak eyes, uae
4- n Hai I
LI Chn.i V- v.!;'cv.
Hun,; Cl.nn.; ih url hh it
walth very , iu-mi;: ly v. 1th ! ! i wif--.
Prince. :i LI, who hm tho d .'onn-d
Let cf all ChlreO' hi '.let, and who
cannot therefore inuhe any att.rnit at
walking, l.tu iievertheb-s.i over 1 f'O
pa!r:i of cxpcti'-lve shoes. lb r Fill;
dres?e:i reeently nuni''Ted 1 .""') and
her fur wraps m-r rio. V.'hen she
went abroad rrtn'CH.i LI was carried
It a inoHt ma gulf, cent chair of state,
for she cared much n.ore for display
than her hinband.
"Pocket" means "poke," a bag or
pouch, with the diminutive, th pock
et being only a little bag Inserted In
a garment or any other article.
KweuC mid fruit ucid
pooilH dy-d with 1'uiJt
bold 1 y all driiftrists
vr ill ad iIIk'oIo.
1 DcLr8a Ijves.
Lie nil- always in a hurry, but tho truth
contentedly await its turn.
SUM llninr.l. MOO.
The readers of th!. pnpi-r will he denied to
learn that then) is lit h ie t one ilrem'.ed dis
ease that seieriee 1ms been nlih to cure in ali
itstt.'ii;es, mul that is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh
('urn is the only poi-itiv euro now known to
the lr.edli'al fraternity Catarrh being n con
stitutional disease, requires ft constitutional
treatment. Hall'H CnturrhCure Is t alien inter
nally, acting directly upon the, Mood and mu
cous surfaces of the ny:.i em . thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease, and giviug
the patient strength by bui'ding up the con
stitution and assisting nature, in doing its
work. The proprieiors have so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer One Hun
dred liolhirs for any cu.-e that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F J. CftF.NF.v itc Co., Toledo, O.
Kohl by Drugp-t ds, 75c.
Hall's Family I'iiln am tho best.
The smaller a man's wit the more tains I
he takes to show it. I
Bet For the F.owHs.
No matter what ails you, headacho to a
rnncer, you will never vt well until your
bowels ure put ritjht. Casoaiiets help nature,
curo you without a gripe or pain, produce
easy natural movements, cost you just 10
cents to start gottinp; your health back. Cas
cabets Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up
in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C.
stamped on It. Beware of imitations.
In traveling the road to wealth keep on
tbs risht side.
on 1 on Corsets
)u wear them, the beauty and
symmetry of your figure will be
erdumced, no matter how perfect
: 13 now. ask vour dealer
to show litem to you.
II It a fut that BaTanrB Soodc are ffrowo In more ffariens, and
planted oa caore faraja la A me no ihao auy thr. There it rcaMD
tor tel.- SALZER'S SEEDS NEVER FAIL.
Ko matter how poor tha iail or lnclcnent
prolaoe. a are me lariat crowcm of airotiMe and Farm Heed", op.
crating oror 6,1X41 aurea, and heucecan malto Uia tollowiug nDrcccdcofr-
,4'"I59 Kinds f cr ICe, Postpaid.
CO kind of rnrt.t Inacfona Radishes "
ia n-.utn'.Hi'ont carlU-at Melon. MSO ItinS
16 ort eloriuu. Tvmator V. i
85 pcrlraa I. ttuo Tarletles TOPCflly
lVJlonilJ Itwt ort I 4c .t(
C5 e-KeoBlr beautiful Flower BecU J wni!l
abov. iy) aorta, which will fartm!i yon bmhal baaketa full of maftnifl'
eent flowera and lota and lota of rare vegetables, together witb our great
eaulor; toUiiit ail "hoot the rarest kind at frulta a-id flowera, and beat
earlieat vegetabiaa and hrm accda oil for but 10 eta. In atumps-
tyW. mill 7 Hardr ICverbloomtnir Garden Eoaea, ptntpaid, SVw.:
S Ilardr Plsrai, Cherriai, i Craba and 7 Applca all
Ironclad, tardj u oak tho 18 postpaid tor $l.i0.
Oar great eatlot;aet potttirelT worth $100 to every wide awako rar
doner and farmer. I mailed to tou upon receipt of 6o. pottage, or wltb
mbuve 150 aorta far but 16o. poatage.
JOHH A. SALZER SEED COSSPAKY, La Crosse, Wis.
pX vV jHllllaa III I IJ.IIIIliai i u .' .matiaa. .rmmnur JlJ.V.'t
i 9 rw
n-. V-"'" tf i 4 f ' v
1 if" . .a V ." I
l t...U !!,. .,,,11 I.
before chooiing. A good pair
of tires adJs to the life cf your wheel -saves
it many a jolt and jar.
Service is what G & T Tires give first,
last and aK the time. Thry are comfort
able, satisfactory and easy to repair.
Just the kind for country roads and big
loads, bend tor catalogue.
Q & J TIR2 COMPANY,
, - .c. I ; I n.1
DSD YOU EVER
foTiildor th Insult oT.red tho lntflllirpnce of
tlilr.k'.mf pof'P'.e when the cl!ilm 1( made that
any oni rcnj. dy will run) all dl-eaaesf No,
wi 11, tilnk o' It r.nd S"ua for our boot telling
all nout2! Spoclnl Ilt-medlos for social dl
esod condition, and our Family Medicine
r,ascs. A portal onrd will soouro thp book
find a sasnbl- of Pr. Johnson's "After D nncr
rill." at Aff.irtH wanted. Tho Ilorud Remedy
Co., Anatoli l'.'..iWI:iff Atlanta. Ga.
J t M iiniolt r.iii-l ami cams wurn'
ruv-s. l.oun of teiIiuionl; and 1 It darn' trHklnieti
t ree. Lt. B. H. flhEf.rl libuNb f.-i B. Atlanta a
LjtiL'J ALL tLit IA,LS.
uiisa :?yrup. Tiustes (jcxhL Use
In timrt. f'.l.l hr (.riiL'i?ita.
mo f fin rv
I I t I 1 I 5 r l '.i ' t -i !.,.(-
. i i
Wifo of VrV.nii J.'.!:c:r:
S:ilt l.ako .I(y, I ;,
ttwiuU LytH'i L'. 1'ir.i.l;: uri
VcolaMo (Y.ni'o::p.J l'trWo
lenrw of JY5i.i, K. I'in', L:i:iiV '(";
Ctublo Compound I '.r . '. t ;
tppn-ach of the timofor my ruM.strunl
period, a it would t..e-n a rc.iflc of
s- a .jr . - j
MRS. HULDA JAKLMAN.
days in bed with intent;; pain end st:f
forinjr. I wis under the physiiclaas
care for over a yc::r without my rplbf,
when my r.tt"n'. ion wc 3 cr.ilcd to Lydia
11. PinkiianiV, Vccetr.b'e Compound by
F:-ver:.l of our ?!t)rinon women who
l'.ad bcoa ctiru'd tliroUfjli its me.
I began its s .-.temat ic use and im
proved pradually in hr.Uh, and after
the use of six bottles n:y health wa3
completely restored. Lnd for ovor two
years I have had m itl.cr rcbe or pain
You have a truly wonderful remedy for
Very tinccrcly yours, Mus.
Ilrr.n.v Jakkmax, rltLnheCitv.Utah."
C50G0 fjrfdt If bbc-js testimonial Is nut gc;.;iii
Just ns surely rt; Jlrs. Ju':e
man was curtMl just w surely will
Lydin, E. I'inkhani'H Vegetable
Comjvouiid euro every wontaa
suffering: from any form of fe
Mrs. Pinliliam Rdvf scs s!c!c ?o
raca frco. Addreps, Lynn, Mass.
1 -'"'-L-, ii-'
the weather, Halier'j Sucdg f.
pvervwl.t-ic. ( Al'l'iO?i! Tin' yi'iHiin' liavo i
Dguiilua' name and 11 rite blrimp-u 0.1 botium.
Jk'olire incrrase of lalct in table bcloot
1!)9 74S, Toil Pnlra. ( .
istTOrr? Kim.iH'e Pnir. j
lt00 1 7" Tclrs.
fifaai af jl r ' . A.'j.aatarial
C?;net or9 Ticn UoMti in four Years.
THE REASONS s
W.L Ioiiii;iniii.ik.'Kftnil fii:Rmorcniiri s ft.cr nn.l
$3.50 RUiwtti-.tn any ollwr twu umn'f'is In tif w .it; 1.
V. 1- Ifci'.iulits $.l.rt ami t.S.U ho l-luwd :il. l-
sidn with tC.IO and jy'.iO iii..-s cf c.Uht iimk.'K. an
fniirid 10 Im iift :u nwd. 1 hey will ouiwear f.vc
pairs of ordniitry $-S.(iy and $:.!rj !().
Made of the best leathers, including Patent
Corona Kid, Corcna Colt, and national K,nqaroo.
Faal t'alor Kyelela ami alwara Mark ka a.ed.
T.l,.Uslaa (4.U0"tl(ll Kd Line" caoao) be ec nailed.
feiri-a ty muil 5.ar. ;iria. Hluloii Irt-c.
a 1 .awaaawaaawawa 11 I nsl
Gld Medal at HufleUo Expnaitlon.
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