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t. alin' 1,1 ,
how ti ri j it at U'.a
I Idea of you or ino KolrT to a!l
worn or Mckln' do feathers off a
'hlcken, anl niartln a lire an" oookln'
It. when wp could get everything rt-ady
n' proper, Jos' ty makla' a qulot whdt
to any Kitchen!" Washington Star.
A fii:ni)U"h amusement.
l "Vou are his rival In love?"
1 "1 am."
"Yet you profeKg friendship for
"I do. I havn been hU detlst for
revoral yearn, and I wouldn't forego
the fun of lUlng up his teeth for any
thing In the world." Washington
"Mil-."." ri! 1 I'!,.
Tim Itlflu Snpjilnnt tl Hword.
A half a century nci the n word was con
sidered tliH ln'Ht known weapon In wnrfure,
hut it Is now Ih'Iuk discarded by th iSrlUnli
xoldliTH, and t h modem rill" is cuhMituted.
Many people throughout tho country are.
also discarding oil methods of trying to
euro headii''hi, nervousness, insomnia. In
digestion and dypepilu, and areusinj; llos
tetter's Stomach Litters, the old rellaliln
w remedy for fheeo ailments. It Is reooni-
mended by physician, and a trial will con
vince you of its value.
The up-to-date girl proposes without let
ting the fellow know it.
Tftterlne In Trxiit.
"I enclose 50c,. in stamps. Mall mo one or
two boxes of Tetterine, whatever the price;
it's all rip lit does the work." Yv m.
Nehwarz, OainesviHe, Texas. 50c. a box by
,t..,M T 'P Cl,u,l.iii CiMnniini fin
I y your druKint don't keep it.
Thoroughbred dogs are less intelligent
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy Cures Indi
gestion and "Dyspepsia. At DniKgists, 50c.
It is possib'e to steal a
be in a cent.
pen.y and Bti'l
e advertlnenieiit of F.K-M ( iitnrih Cure In
i noilier column--the best remedy miule.
f A musical education
sii.j your own praises.
isn't necessary to
WHERE DOCTORS FAIL
To Caro Woman's Ills, Lydia E.
t'inkhani's Vegetable Com-
Sound Succeeds. Mrs. Tauline
udson Writes :
" Dkak Mits. Tixkham : Soon after
my marriage two years ago I found
myself in constant pain. The doctor
said my womb was turned, and this
caused the pain with considerable in
animation, lie prescribed for me for
MRS. PATJXIXE JVDSON,
Secretary of Schermerhorn Golf Club,
urooiuyn, new xorK.
four months, when my husband became
impatient because I grew worse instead
of better, and in speaking1 to the drucr-
piBt he advised him to get Lydia 12.
yinkbam's Vccretable Compound
id Sanative Wash. IIow 1 wish I
1 taken that at first ; it would have
d me weeks of suffering. It took
yi long months to restore me, but
happy relief, and we are both
rateful to you. Your Compound
ought joy to our home and
to me." Mrs. Taitline Judbon,
't Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
'felt If about testimonial Is not genuine.
ould seem hy this state
.hat women would save
"d ranch slclmess if they
ct Lydia E. Pinkham's
lo Compound at once,
Frerriteto BIra. Pinkbam
Mass., for special ad-
s tree ana always heljps.
We want man with enerirv
tiv'l glre them' situation In which
'J-a monei- mpldlr th lbor being
&rftilO' mtnt ths year nrouua. It re
oUnt or great education. Some of
Ti eimen are country born. 1'roflt
-are. Writ at once for particulars.
il'l'B. CO . Riser Bl dg, Atlanta, G.
laGrippe, Colds, etc.
ioney back If It fall. 15 ft 25c. All Druff Storeg g
:, fa 2
I, ; J. Vawter's Carnations are the Best
CHOICIi From the fmons "Vawter
a ilddnia Carnation fields," Ocean
ALlKUKrNlA P(trk , al Hidv rooted
ARN ATlONScr.ttings. propagated with
out art! flcial heat, ent piw'tpaid, on receipt
of price. 5 arimtlmi Fltninfur !l5r(i
1'rlnceof Val VloleiforU5c3 fmm
Iliilbfor '2Sr; 3 H l.lly Iliilb for25r
t)rd'r P.lled In rott!n- Order now. Addrent 0-kah
P.KK fu.fiiL CO.. IInC.1. OCKAH 1'AKK. CaLIKcEMA.
' -am. J 'I wk of to: tiiiioo a
NEW DISCOVERY; s"
quirk ro'ief and CJrci wor-t
and It) iI.-i.tm IrcntniTit.
r. 11 H.
Gt riN 8 fcLKb. EB. Atantn, l.a-
:n's Eya Water
WHY CZAR 13 CEARDED.
II Wrnn hinkrra I'.ri lis l Afraid
of ll lirll,
A foreign corn tpntidciit ha found
out why the Czar of Kiila wear a
full beard. It N not beeaust' be bun
a bl nude on his cheek, nor Is It to .
l.lde a receding (bin. j
The fact Is that the Czar 1 afraid'
to have himself nhaved. lie fears that
be mllit et Into n Nihilist barber'n
chair come inoi niiiic, nnd-Hvlck! The
lest may be Imagined. Therefore, to
avoid the dancer o? having bl throat
cut by one of bin loving Kiibjectn, bis
Imperial MaJsty la comiudled to co
through life with n beard which he has
trimmed as seldom as possible because
be n Inclined to shy away from t-liears
as well as from razors.
It Is said that the royal whiskers
never arc trimmed nave In the pres
ence of four tried and true rand mas.
rs of the court, who stand ready to
pounce upon the barber and eat him
up if he dares to make u suspicions
move. Moreover, hi order to further
Increase the sal'cly oT his exalted Ma
jesty, the otiice of royal barber has
been made hereditary in the family of
(Juelabovs'.;! a name which In Itself
illicit bo regarded by some people with
liiis.iTivin.-!. K;U the (Juelabovskis are
said to be very loyal, and of course,
beins ennobled for their services as
trimmers oi the imperial whiskers,
It Isn't likely that they viil deliber
ately cause trouble by using dull shears
or nipping the skin appertaining to
the royal Adam's apple.
Yet the Czar mourns because nil his
children are girls. Foolish, short-sighted
Czar! lie should consider the ad
vantage they have in being members
of the gentler sex. They will never
have faces to shave or whiskers to
trim. Being a man is no snap if ono
belongs to the liussiau royal family.
Drew the Line at lurilrr.
On his last visit to Philadelphia Col
onel Henry WnUerson told a story that
did not get into print. It was about a
much battered old lawyer who went
up into the mountain region to collect
claim. lie was lame and half blind
and one-armed. A local celebrity in
the case was the district's dead shot,
who had killed many men, and who
was ready to shoot anything or any
body. He came in daily to see the
lawyer about a ease in which he was
interested until his visits became ex
Finally the lawyer exclaimed: "(let
out of here and stay out cf here. I'm
sick of seeing you. Don't stand there.
Go on out, I tell yon."
The desperado looked at the wreck
of a man in incredible dismay, and be
fore he knew what he was doing he
was backing out of the room. "When
he reached the street he burst into
tears. The inhabitants crowded
around and asked him what was the
"He druv me out," he wailed. "Druv
me out of the room. Said he's tired
o lookin' ac me and won't let me come
back lo more."
" .y didn't you shcot him?" asked
"Shoot him?" echoed the slayer of
many lives. "Shoot him? He couldn't
walk. He couldn't see. He's deef and
couldn't hear. He couldn't run and
he couldn't fight. Why, feller citizens,,
if I'd a-shot him it would a' been mur
der." Philadelphia Times.
She Had the Advantage.
'I've had a gooil many rebuffs in my
line of business, but I struck the limit
the other day down on Tasker street,"
said a collector. "I had been after a
man for several months to collect a bill
of ?G, but had always been put off with
excuses and promises. This day his
wife came to the door, and I stated my
business to her, although I rrucss she
knew all about it.
" 'My husband is asleep,' she said.
'He works at night, and never gets up
till noon. lie won't be uy for two
"Very well,' I said, 'I'll be back In
" 'It won't be worth your while,' she
said. 'I'm sure he hasn't got $G,nnd
even If he had I shall see him before
you will. If he has any money In his
clothes you can just bet your life I'm
goins to get it myself. I don't think
you stand much chance around here.'
"After that I didn't think it worth
while to go back." Pliiledalphia Keo
The Qneation of Bulkhead Iooib.
In referring to a recently installed
new system of centrally operated bulk
head doors on some of the steamships,
Cassell's Magazine says: "There is no
disguising the fact, however, that a
door In a bulkhead is always an ele
ment of weakness and danger; Indeed,
the only safe bulkhead, as some very
able experts have contended, is the
bulkhead that has no doors. Most ship,
captains and engineers, on the other
hand, say that they must have doors,
and the best solution of the question,
therefore, would seem a reduction of
the number of doors to a minimum, the
selection of a good type of door, and
the adoption of a safe means of oper
ating it, and, as to this last feature,
it appears to be afforded by a central
station method like the one jutt
A DOG GCHOOL.
In M. IMward C,i!l. tte's Krhool of
(tbpiette for iIoks In Paris canines are
tralneil. The school room Is a laro
square apartment, furnished with a
few rugs on its polished floor, Borne
chairs and a table or two. On the
Echool asHombllng in tho morning the
roll Is called. The teacher, looking
cxcedlinRly dignified, tapa his desk,
and the dogs Immediately form In line.
Then, In a pleasant but commanding
voice, he calls the dogs' names In ro
tation, each animal being trained to
respond with a sharp, quick bark and
a wag of the tall. The first lesson af
ter the performance of the regulation
discipline Is to learn to welcome visi
tors. No matter who comes Into the
room unexpectedly, each dog Is taught
to greet the newcomer with a low,
short bark. Tho animal must also
Jump up and wag his tall, but must
keep far enough away from the visitor
lo cause him no discomfort. Each dog
goes through this performance threa
times, and returns to its place In lino
like a soldier.
If a dog is unruly, it is marched to
a chair in the corner of the room and
made to crouch on its hind legs besido
It and pray for half an hour. Then
the dogs are taught, gallantry. For
instance, if you drop your handkerchief
at ono end of the room and an educat
ed dog happens to be at the other, he
will scamper alcng to pick it up, then
come running after you with a few
barks to attract your attention, after
which he surrenders his burden most
fastidiously. The dogs are taught to
pick up any dropped article In this
Prancing, dainty little steps are
taught the animals for the street, as
well as a deep and profound obeisance.
A visitor to any house where an edu
cated dog Is kept never leaves without
the dog following her to the door eith
er beside or behind its mistress. Then,
stretching out its fore paws, it bends
the front part of its body until Its
head rests on the floor. It does not
rise, moreover, until the door Is closed.
HOW HE SAVED HIM.
They were speaking of a certain
physician, favorably occasionally, but
mostly otherwise. Finally one of the
party spoke of tho good qualities of
the absent doctor, and said his life
had once been saved by the much-criticised
"How is that?' some one asked. "I
did not knew he usually treated you."
"No, he does not," Bald the man,
"but one day when my family physi
cian was out of town I was suddenly
taken ill and sent for this other fel
low in the emergency, and he couldn't
come." New York Times.
"He worked for sixty years on a
"You don't say bo!"
"Yes. And he finally got it
would go four hours without
wound." Chicago Record-Herald.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach tho
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to euro deafness, and that is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lining o
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result, nnd unless tho inflam
mation can be taken out and this tubo re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous surface.
We will give Oue Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Cir
cularssent free. F.J.Cheney &Co.,Toledo, O.
Sold by DniKgists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Japan now possesses the heaviest and
finest battleship afloat, the Mikasa, of
15200 tons displacement.
Heat Tor the Bowela.
No matter what ails you , headache to a can
cer, you will never get well until your bowels
are put right. Cascauets help nature, cure
you without a pripe or pain,-produce easy
natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to
start getting your health back. Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal
boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stumped on
it. Beware of imitations.
A girl of sixteen is apt to think her soul
is yearning for something when what really
is the matter with her is that Bhe's hungry.
Earliest Knssian Millet.
Will you be short of hay? If so, plant a
plenty of this prodigally prolific millet. 5 to
8 tons of riuh hav tier acre. Price, 50 lbs.,
41.5)0 ; 100 lbs., $3.00; low freights. John A.
Kalzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. A
The helm of a ship has
a stern duty to
FITS perm anently cured. No fits or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerveliestorer.f 2 trial bottle andtreatisefrea
Dr. 11. H. Klixe, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Piiila., Pa.
The butcher may not be funny, but he
does a lot of cutting up.
Each package of Tctnam Fadeless Dye
colors more goods than nny other dye and
colors them better too. Sold by all druggists.
The successful diplomat realizes
truth must be handled with care.
IMso's Cure for Consumi tion 's an infallible
medicine for coughs and colds. X. W.
bMCEL, Ocean Grove, X. J.. Feb. 17, 1000.
Even au automobile entails running cs-
i-.he "1 mpj'OM- you ni t a lo' :t no
1 ', ni( n wh!'e In Europe?"
lie "No; vi ry f .v. But I nut a lot
of i:k n with titles."
P. D. U. SEN T FRl'
Curat I:m, Itching Huuiurt, Frr.ln,
Cm buiK-lei, rimplri, Tic.
Botanic Blood Ihbn (It. B. B.) in a cer
tain and sure cure for Ec.rnia, Itching Skin.
Humon, Scab, Scalei, wattry lthstcrt,
Pimples, Aching Ijoiich or Jouiti", lloiln,
Carbuncle, Prickling Pain in the Skin,
Old Eating Sorcn, Ulcer, Scrof.ila, Supcrat
ing Sweilingts, Blood 1'oinon, Cancer and all
It'.ood PiwaM'ti. l'tauic Blood Bairn cure
the worbt und moat deep neated canes ly
enrich ing, purify ing and vitalizing the blood,
thereby giving a healthy blood supply to
the skin; heals every eore and givea the
rich glow of health to the pkin. Druggist
$1 per large bottle. To prove it cure
Blood Balm pent free by writing Blood Balm
Co., 12 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ca. Describe
trouble and free medical advice also sunt in
scaled letter. B. I'.. B. sent at once prepaid.
(Jrasshoppers (ire m great a pla:ac at
Hay, New Soath Wale?, that they obscure
fill the (street lamps at night, leaving t lit;
toun in total darkucM.
THE PLAIN V0rslAN
l"rnne a popular one If
the lit correctly ditched.
ADD C.KACH TO T1IK FIGt'IlE.
Ask ynurdeulf r for them.
If lie (lorn not kt' p tlieiti,
ho will order for j on.
Royal Worcester Corset Co.
WORCESTER, MASS. .
to the acre at less cost, means
in the Cotton fertilizer improves the
soil; increases yield larger profits.
Send for our book (free) explaining bow t
get these results.
GERMAN KAI.I WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
I had been troubled a year, off
and on, with constipation, bilious
ness and sick headaches. One day
a friend asked me what the trouble
was. When I told him he recom
mended Ripans Tabules. That
evening I got a box, and after the
second box I began to feel so much
relief that I kept on with them. I
have Ripans Tabules always in the
house now and carry a package of
them in my pocket.
The Five-Cent packet is enough for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,
CO cents, contains a supply for a year.
150 Kinds for 16c.
It 18 a fact that Salzer's vegetable and flower
seeds are loiinfl in more naruens f't
In America, i'lieie is leapon for tlili. ;
ttllU Ull iiiwio mi ma iiu.ii mi, wiiii "Xt ; , .I
the Drodnelioii of our choice ced. In
oruer lo umiicc you io iry ineui
we ninhe the iuuowuig uupreo
For 16 Cents Postpaid
..nU.... ....... . i
16 urla glorloul lomxnn,
ti pffrlf.i lfllof tsrUtlct, I
iplendli lirl oH. V''' '
6i or;rouiii bcftutlful flower lerd,
111 ml IWHIUUS nmincij iuiiu.iiiiik fA::
lnibheis of clmnniiiK ilowern and
lots and lot of c-lmioe veRetahleg,
to''etlier with onr K'Ht laiaiomie
tellinall alxuit i'eosmte and l ea
Oat and ltronmsand Srieltz. onion
seed at ie. a pound, He., an oniy
for 16c. in taiiip. rite Uwday,
'0HN A. SALZER SEED CO..
Li Crosse, Wis.
DID YOU EVER
Consider tht Insult oJe: ed the intelllirenr of
thliiklng people when the tl!m l made that
any one remi-dr will cure ail tll-eaaBsf io,
well, think v it and send for our book telling
ail bo !t2 8pelal Heniedles for special dl
eaaed c-ondlt ons, and our Family Medlc-1 ia
C"8. A postal crd wdl seoure the book
and a lainple of I)r. Johnon' "After Dinner
I'll." Agents wanied. The IToius Uemedy
Co.. Austell Building Atlanta, Oa.
LUittS VVnttit Alt tUt FAiLS. F"l
t outfh byrup. TaMegUiMKi. Use h-r i
In time. S. I'd br rtrnrt.'lti. I j
" I hnJ a most f.ti;hbom cour.'i
fcr many years. It deprived me
of sleep and 1 r.rew very thin. I
then tried Aycr's Chcrrv Pectoral,
and was quickly cured.
H. N. Mann, FallMills,Tenn.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
1 Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
? w ill tin
l III MS
We Know it's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
Tbrte ilici : 25c., tOc., SI. All 4rar!itt.
Commit your dix-.tnr. If lie ri t.ik It,
thru iln m Iid If Iin teli jron tu.t
to lako It, t!ii'M itmi'f Ul.n It. I.'u kuui.
Ltavo it with tiim. Vn nr. willing.
J. C. AVtK H., Low ull, Mat.
alsby & Company,
41 S. Foi-Nyth St., Atlanta, (ilk
Engines and Boilers
Strain AVHtr Heaterfc, Steam 1'uiuitn and
M nnufni'lurrrs und Tcaleia i
orn A11IU, Vet- MI1U, Cotton Gin MhcIiIh
err nnd Ornln SHrntor.
fOI.tl) ni.(l lN'SKRTEl) Saws. w Tootli Hti 1
I nek p. T it I c li t h Intent , Hirdnull Saw
Mill mid Kncine Itepnlr. (invtriiort, tlrnte
i:ar and a full ltn of Mill upplls. 1'iica
nnd qimlltv of potHls guariLnteed. CataloiM
irep by mentioning tliie nater.
SHOES V ntL
Notice increase of sales in table bcuno :
1 SSH Htt.S.I sa Pairs.
mi l,2.rl,J54 Pairs.
ia01 l,6(U,72() Pairs.
Business More Than Doubled in Four Hears.
THE REASOH3 1
W. L. Dougta makes and sells more men's
$."..00 and$3.50 shoos than auyotlier two man
ufacturers in tlio world.
W. Ij. Douglas $3 C0 and f 3.t0 shoes placed
sido by side with $5.00 and $J.(0 shoes of
other makes, aro found to le just as pood.
They will outwear two pairs o ordinary
3.(0 and $3.50 shoes.
Made of the best leathers, Including Patent
Corona Kid, Corona Colt, and National t.anqaroo.
fml Color Krolrln nnd i;i Klark Hooka t ard.
W. L. Dousrlas 4.00 "Gilt Edgo Una"
cannot be equalled at any price.
hy mail SSXio. eilru. t :itn
W. J.. 3oiin)a. tlrwlil'i
EE-M Catarrh Compound
Cures Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchi
tis and Colds.
A SIILD, PLEASANT SMOKE,
We (rive an lion-clad iiiiamnti-e that its
projH-r ue will earn CATAKltll or your
monev refu'iili-il. For tobacco uer we makx
KK-M IMedtcated fin a a nnd Smokliii;
'tobacco, c.n ryint; aatnu nit-ilica piopertii'it
af tim componml. Siunpleii Free. One box,
one month's treitment, one dollar, postpaid.
Y ur drupglst, or
EE-A1 Company, - Atlanta, Ga.
Jfil'l i-r X
SftYr", ' - . i.-. -tl
f'VV Douglas Stores
E 'l. - V-r TV Rni1 tlie 1e9t
('::" slice dealers
if ..- .-i."---- .? everywhere, j
II r v d """"v Is U fAl'Tloxt
ti') O- i The genuine
1 f VT- y-w) haveW.L.
1 W Doimlas'
fl M name and
II : ''"! r V prieeon
U " boUOm
In irrt'.uiij t-i i dr. r
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