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.s a 1 ;i 1 r of li ;i ti I . : ,i bays swept
tip i'iuli avrmii., hl;!i i.icpplDj. and
V-'il hi band, a man n.i the .! . wji 1
r.'id !ci,!y !r:i-t into 1 nu-htrr a n-1 point
fl a f,;i"T i.t tl.o !,on"i. Th n
' i'' it i.-f -1 what ha I nltrar-tfj ),!m
attention and miil.-d. The big baya
had as p'lTcrt n "thlno" as any boot
1; could put on. Th.'ir l.lh a' tl )n
lur.do them most conspicuous us they
went up tlm avnuc with their right
hoofs flashing n.i If thry were patent
leathers. Thin polhdi had come by
easy Htai;'3 from oiling tho hoofs first
to keep them from crurl.hg, then
riakii.g tlio oil black for tho sake of
neatness and finally a ,-rnulnc "shine,"
tho Inspiration of some cmehman who
probably Rot L1h salary rai tcj for tho
original Idea. New York Tress.
"I till you," paid tho new benedict,
"I rNV"r knew how much happiness
there was in thlj world until I got
"That's right," replied the cynical
bachelor. "It seems tho poet was
right when ho i;aid, 'A sorrow's crown"
of f-orrow Is remembering happier
thing.' " I'Liladelpiiia Dress.
Mk;s rrimroBo Don't you ever give
Jour don; any exorcise?
Miss Hollyhock (fondling a fat pug
dog) Of course. I feed him with
chocolates every few minutes, just to
make him wag his tail. Tit-Pita.
V, Telegraph Irrosa Ocean.
1 mi n nt, -r,'ericv'nt in wireless t!o
K"'ii'ny u -rat t'jo ocean was a cimpli'to
sili'o: .v and iuuuhhiI prnut 'Uh!ic i'l'ten'Si.
The "'i.- alS In --".i Tnit illttMvst ma uiffst-
d In t!u) fuoccss of Hostel tcr's Stonuma
jJiti.fi. t! oi;l"bratfd renwdy Tor sioiaaeh,
!iv'- - , ' kiducy eoii'.phiintH, lircnuso it in
r- 'i .: J(- proaiotrs appetite, r."Ki!'iti tho
'''". 1 " s thf bowls r;Tulr and euros in
n.; .!.,.... dyi ppia, l.i grippe and malaria.
Try it. Our I'rivaco titamp is over the neck
of the bo'.tlo.
A Baltimore cn.raver has put the al
phabet on the head of a common pin.
lhe work took only an hour and a ha'.f.
Kostflina and Tetter.
Efzrma and Tetter are torturinglv dis-Kus-tic;
oua ointmf at only curt s thoin; its
name is T.'tteriuH. COc. a box by mail from
J.T. Khiiptrine, Savannah, Ga..if'your drug
gist don't keep it.
It in the opinion of leading salesmen
that London consumes no fewer than
000,0'JO fowls a year.
Tynor's Dyspepsia Itemed y Cures Indi
gestion i;nd Dyspcsia. At Druggists, iO.
The course of true love requires a lot of
money to keep it in repair.
Ack Your IIprIt Fnr Allen' Foot-Eac,
A powder. It, rests the Jee-t. Cures Corns,
Burdens, Swollen, Sore, Kot, Callous, Aching,
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Ease makes new or tiglit shoes easy. At
all Druggists and Nhoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cent no substitute. Samole mailed Fuek.
Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Leltoy, S. Y.
The new woman is beginnini; to realize
how a man feels when his collar button
rolls under the bureau.
PITS permanently cureJ. No tltsornervou3
ness after first day's usa of Dr. Klim'j Gr9.vi
KervCestorer.$2trial bottle and tre itise'ra
Dr. It. 11. Klixe, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Piilla., Pa.
Tiie homely pirl should take consolation
from the fact that even the homely potato
sooner or later encounters the masher.
f-'woat and fruit acids will not discolor
goods dy'l with Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
tiold by all druggists.
The oroof of the pudding is in the di
Kest'ie. Iom sure Piso's Curs for Consumption saved
my life three years ago. Mas. Thomas Bob
bins, Maplo St., Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17, 19iW.
The budding gouius ia very often nipped
in the Lud.
.ee Rdvenlsfnif nt of REM Catarrh Cure In
Lother column the host remedy made.
The egotist who is all wrapped up iit
himself should never complain of the cold.
lalsby & Company,
41 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
Engines and Boilers
Steam Water Uc-aterg, Htenin rumps ond
Manufai-turors u:d Penlers la
Corn Mills, J'red Mill, C otton Cln Maoliln
ery and Grain Separator.
SOLID xml INSERTED Sawn. Saw Teoth and
Locks, Hnljjht'a I'alcnt Io. I'.irdxall Saw
Mill and KiiRlne Itepat r, ;i vcrnors, Grate
I'.ars and a full linn of Mil! !-up;.lto. I'll, o
and cji iltty of pols K" irnntood. Catalogue
free by mentioning tills p.tpor.
CAM BE C CI "RED.
tlna tare" will d. H It relieves
ti.e wo-hi attack f Anthina l one iriinnt. . U
Is equally pood lor t'roup or i ctds. 'lry it.
r'reo UMiniilc simt to any addrets
J. C. 1I".CK,7 Ivy St root, Atlanta Oft.
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. A W V- I W WW. ,
IN DEEP MINES
Prelects Lives ly Shovins Danger
Point in Cases
The apparatus shown In the nceom
panyln;,' Illustration Is Intended espe
cially for use in ineasuri:i;; the venti
lating current in a mine or other place
where It is desired to ascertain the
amount or velocity of the air passing,
such velocity providing the essential
data from which tlit volume can be
calculated nt any distant point or sta
tion, thus oftentimes acting to save the
lives of miners when the ventilation
falls to carry off the explosive gases
from the mine. Hitherto the accuracy
of such instruments, particularly In
coal mines, has been affected by the
deleterious matter carried by the at
mosphere in which they have to be
placed, such as noxious gases, mois
ture, smoke, greasy matter, exhalations
from a number of men and animals,
gases exuding from the pores of newly-
cut coal and the like. The inventor of
luin u.iiii in u.i UU.-.1 jui UUIUII..UU! i
.1.-1 1. . J 1. ! . !.... I
cianns to nave oereumo mis oojec
tion by excluding all the deleterious
matter from the working parts of the
apparatus, and, while employing elec-
APPARATUS FOR MEASURING AIP.
tricity to transmit the signals, makes
it safe to use In an explosive atruos-
phere by inclosing the contact points
in a protecting casing. The vertical
shaft which supports the hemispherical
cups has a metallic disk in contact
with a spring finger attached to the
side of the chamber as shown, but one
side of this disk is .covered with a
crescent-shaped non-conductor, which
serves to break the current by interpos-
ing between the disk and the finger
at every revolution. The chamber is
filled with petroleum or other oil, thus
excluding dust and gas from the work-
ing parts and serving as a lubricant for
Improved Umbrella Drip-Cup.
Our illustration shows' a practical
novelty for preventing the dripping of
water over the lloor from a wet um
brella when the owner, or borrower,
enters a room. Oftentimes the um
brella is taken through the house to
a rear: room for spreading out to dry,
and in this case a trail of water is gen
erally left behind across the carpets,
The; drip cup here illustrated is in
tended especially to prevent this, as
Avell as the formation of the little pud
dies of water wherever the user of the
umbrella stops to transact business or
chat with a friend. The cup is of rub
ber, with a thick end on the lip of the
cone to hold the flexible cup in place
when slipped over the end of the um
brella handle. When the umbrella is
opened as a protection for the person
the drip cup covers lhe cloth around
the stick, the very place where the
CATCHES THE STREAM OF WATER.
doth is apt to wear out first. When the
uinbrella is in use the device contracts
slightly aud is hardly noticeable, but
when the cup is In operation it expands
and holds quite a quantity of water,
which Is easily poured out by tilting
the. umbrella slightly before opening,
I The inventor is William W. Winter.
Mrs J I
New Solution of the Heating end Ven-
l'ure uir In rooms can only be ob
tained by thorough ventilation, and at
no provision Is made In many build
ings for a change of air except by
I f -,"7)
HEATING AND VENTILATING SYSTEM.
opening the windows, tho latter arc
often allowed to remain closed In win
ter, owing to the low temperature out
side. Or, if they are opened and tho
cold air admitted, increased heat must
then be provided to make the rooms
comfortable again. An Improved heat
ing and ventilating system recently de
vised by George II. Ennis solves the
problem In a much better manner than
is possible with the open window. The
main feature of the apparatus, as
shown, is the installation of a central
ventilating shaft connecting with the
several rooms. Inside this shaft is
carried the direct heating pipe from
the furnace, with branches entering
each room near the ceiling. The hot
air naturally rises through the pipes,
and is discharged into" the various
rooms, where It depresses the colder
air in the room, and this finds an exit
through the opening close to the floor,
ascending thence to the top of the
shaft, and passing out. Thus the cold
air is constantly withdrawn from the
room and replaced by the warm air.
Now, if the air for heating is obtained
through a duct leading from the outer
atmosphere into the furnace and thence
to the air shaft the system will be
found well-nigh perfect. In summer
this same system may lie utilized to
cool the air of the rooms by displacing
the warm air in the building with the
cooler air from. the basement.
lioat Tor Land or Water.
With this contrivance the passengers
may enter trie boat ana ue uriven
along the beach into the water, and
when finally launched the same appa-
LAUNCHES PA3SENGERS FROM TEE DRY
ratus which accomplished that -work
is used to propel the boat through the
water. Any ordinary form of motor
is used, being geared by chains to the
apparatus shown in the rear of the
boat. This consists of a gear wheel
with concave face secured iu a rigid
yoke, with a tilting post carrying a
second gear wheel, meshing iu the
first. A second chain connects the lat
ter gear wheel to the propelling wheel.
At either end of the shaft carrying the
rear gear wheel is a yoke, extending
forward and ending in a handle, which
serves to turn the propeller after the
manner of a rudder. In order that the
driving wheel may serve as a propel
ler in the water it is fitted with a se-
ries of pivoted blades, which turn at
rlght angles to the plane of rotation
during the lower half of their revolu-
tion. To accomplish this a deflector is
ttached to the side of the fork, which
throws the blades out during half of
the revolution aud then returns them
ns they pass throu-h the fork.
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I l-i 'i -'w.-itaMAai
THAT IS HANDY
J!ay De Used h Places Where I'luml-
nation is Insufficient.
Tho primary object of the invention
Illustrated below is to produce a light
ing device which occupies such a small
space that it can be easily carried
about and readily adjusted to a book
or other object, thus enabling tba
user to read without discomfort In
places where ordinarily a poor light or
no light at all can be had, particularly
out of doors on summer nights or In
warm climates, on ship deck at night.
In tho sick room or In poorly lighted
trains or waiting rooms. In the case
of our Illustration It Is attached to a
pulpit to afford the preacher plenty of
light for reading without injuring the
eyes of the congregation by tho glaring
rays of nn ordinary light. With the
lmoroved storage batteries recently
introduced very little discomfort is oc
casioned iu carrying thn entire appa
ratus to produce t his light, the stand
ard which supports the lamp bciug
flexible and folding with the cord in
side the case which carries the bat
tery. When needed for lighting pur
poses the support Is opened and
clamped on the book or paper, throw
ing the light just where it Is most use
ful. Of course, for the purpose of pul
pit lighting a larger size of apparatus
is necessary than for Individual use,
the latter concentrating Its rays on a
much smaller surface than the former,
out the same general idea answers for
both purposes. A switch is provided
for turning off the current when not in
use. The inventor is Burton S. Thib
Mirror lloldn tlm Mouth Open.
rorhnps the invention of William
Hare, as shown in lhe drawing, will
eliminate the expression "open the
mouth wide" altogether, or at least,
DENTAL- PROP TO PREVENT CLOSING TIIH
make it uncommon enough not to an
noy the dentist. The arrangement con
sists of a stcl frame of the shaoe
shown, with mirrors fixed in different
positions in the frame to direct the
rays of light into a cavity iu any tooth
and reflect the interior to aid the dentist
in his work. It will be seen that
because of the bhapo and construction
of the device, when it Ik placed in the
mouth the cheek is held away from the
teeth by flie projecting brackets or re
tractors, while the tongue is held from
contact with the teeth by the inner por-
tion of the frame, the teeth being ex-
posed through the opening between
the parallel libs.
iiuckie and Lock combined.
Don collars with lor-kln? hnckles bnvo
the advai.tjjo cf disicnsing with the
The buckl? is we'd made and fitted
PADLOCK AND BUCKLE COMBINED.
with an excellent lock which is lo-
Cated inside the tongue and out of the
way the key entrance bein" at the
sldP' of the 'buckle ami oonvenientlv
The lawyer rather encourages othel
neoole to tell him their troubles.
DESIGNED FOR INDIVIDUAL USE. J 'p ' 1 I V"
ft al -w hi El WW II f
"I ll"I'0 jml V, I!
ti'd t.ay cnyi!,ing
you will 1 e :iom y for."
"I can asi-'uro li.at I will not."
"Von vill cTiibavor to pi : 4 your
self In moderate la:i-uaK'?"
"No nt all. I thai! simply refmui
to be Borry." Washington Ktar.
"How did you ever gl so fat?"
queried the curlotia visitor of the fat
lady In the side t how.
"Oh," hhe replied archly, "I had a
rood appetite and lots of patience."
Ohio State- Journal.
" For two years I suffered ter-
i ribly from dyspepsia, with rreat
j depression, and was always feeling fl
W parilla, and in one week I was a
fl new man." John McDonald,
I Philadelphia, Fa.
Don't forget that it's
"Ay er e Sarsaparilla I
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste 3
your time and money by I
.1 !.;,! V,
trying some uuilt iuhu. v
Use the old, tested, tried
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
ri 1 la.
IbC'D l bottle.
All drttX'ila. B
Tniir ilcv'or wliat ho tlifukl of Aver'l
Srapai'ill.i. Il kuoKi I) alioul ttita rand I
ft old family lmttliiviis. l'ullow hU advice and
will 1A n:if Ufld
J. C. AYEK CO., Lowell, 2Inr,s
Bi. 6(1. a.TT.ht nii. DrnnrUt
Genuine stamped C C C. Fever sold in bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
'something just as good."
to the acre at less cost, means
in the Cotton fertilizer improves the
soil; increases yield larger profits.
Send for our book (free) explaining how t
get these results.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
jKLL Havana Filler
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"FLO RO DORA BANDS are
of same value as tacts from v
'star: muMMomtuTum leaf, n
7' fl 13
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IWQDLUCK'VLDPEACH&HOW $ .
"RAZQR'and RICE GREENVILLE"