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i".:niY in: ki-oki:.
w.ih In thn parlor of a Ft. I.nnb
i ".M.!i. o while hi flanceo wan play
In; a Chopin sonata on the piano. Her
mother was vatM a1ruont opo;i!te
W futuro rn In law. and whrn the
rrnper opportunity pn-sented UhcK
"Don't you think Hdn has a gnat
car for mut-lc?"
"I certainly do," replied the younj?
man. ' If you'd atrpteh a few strings
nrroHs It would mak a lovely gui
Ii'.it he neypr finished his cutencc
New York Herald.
"Do you think a woman should dic
tate to her hushand?"
"Of cournp," answered the tactful
woman. "I!ut sho should have tho
skill to conceal the fact that she la
(loins eo." Washington Star.
A Noii-liili4lil. ftoar.
ExperPrientM ar belas nnnti on a devicn
to prevent IxmtH from sinking. Jlr turning
a wheel jti'voral wuter-tltfht tlnor.H nrH iti
Ftimtly clo.m'il. Jf it U a Ku'c'd it willmuko
oci'hii travel as freo from (timber as Hoftct
t'r8 Stomach 1 liters does llio road through
life. It is a n ecif, remedy for ptoiiui.'h ills,
Hindi as Mdilnp, 'UtuleiK-y, licaitiuiru, In
digestion, (lyxnephlH Mid c('nnUpHtioi). It is
also a splendid blood un ifier and preven
tive of la grippe, malaria, fever antiacne,
lie Hurc to try it.
A person with a good fciuiit can see an
other person's eyes at a uiHtanee of eighty
Tetter l Terrible,
But Tetterino cures It. "My wifo nas had
Tetter for twenty years, andiVUfrine is tb'
only tiling that does her good. Send a box.''
A. J. Crane, ('rant'. Miss. fiOc. a bo:; by
mail from J. T. Shuptriue, Savannah, Ga., if
your druggist don't keep It.
Among the twenty-four inhabitants ol
London who are over 100 years old nine
teen are women.
Tyner'.s Dyspepsia Remedy is a liquid
preparation and knocks all tablets out. It
cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Vertigo, Fu.ll-
-ness of Stomach, Headache. 60c. Druggists.
" It doesn't take a dentist to hurt one's
' I first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla
In th fall nl 1 K i C!nn h.n I
W havf takn t virv anrintr a
B blood purify rn g and nerve-
H strengthening medicine."
v Of i "T i . - rr
o. i. juues, w icima, nana.
I ' S If you feel run down,
' nerves are weak and your I
S blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand-
ard family medicine,
It's a regular nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
DUlIUer. $I.8 kottle. All drazitots.
Ask your doctor what he thinks of Ayer's
I Sarsaparilla. He know all about tills Brand
( old family medicine follow his advice and
, we will De antianen
I J. C. ATER Co., Lowell, Mass.
1 Small crops, unsalable veg-
M ctablcs. result from want of I
Vegetables are especially
fond of Potas4i. Write for
our free pamphlets.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
53 Nassau St., New York.
CANDY CATHAWT1 5LrT$r
FARM TOPICS I
The Kent 1'otittoei.
TIit best potatoes coini' from uholc
feed, or pieces not smaller than halves.
! Hot attempt to avi expeuco of seed
and los-e yield of croi). Should It be
dcMralde to prevent sprout lng before
(he groiiud Is ready, keep the tubers
lu a cool place, even uh low ns forty
degrees above zero If uocisary.
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of tha dealer who tries to sell
"something just as good."
VE PAY B. R. FARE and under $5,000
SOO H!KK SCHO LAK'H 1 1". BO A It I) AT
I (1ST. Write Quick to O A.-A I, A.
BUSINESS II.LWiK, MAJLj',9A:
lro tec-Tito Tor o st o 9. o . o r. o se o o . o v. .n
j " ' - :
la liot Not Airct Ihe Heart. .
o'd by UrusgisK 11 an I 2"jC bottle. ,5
Hfcurlng; Help llurlng lttmy fieasoD.
At this season of the year It la diffi
cult to necure capable help on farms,
niul those out of employment will find
plenty of work on farms If they ore
willing to learn. Only experienced
men need expect the highest wage!,
but farmers will use lio:;lnner If the
latter are -willing to work at moderate
wages. It requires kouh? nklll on
farms, and Inexperienced persons arc
as useless on farms ji:j In tho factor
ies. The best farm hands are thost
who know what to do, nnd who re
quire no supervision in the part of the
employe:, who hi often too busy him
self to devote time to Instruction.
While the country is full of laborer,
there is a lack of those who are capable
of using Judgment In their work, and
making It an object to the farmer to
pay Li-Mi wages.
Windbreaks For Poultry.
Fowls do not like to remain Indoors,
and on stormy days will resort to any
kind of shelter or break that protects
them from the wind and rain. As they
prefer to be In the open nir as much
as possible, the necessity for some
kind of shelter often arises. If the
weather is dry, but very windy, the
shelter may be only a covered shed,
as clear, sunny weather induces fowls
to forage, and they prefer to be in tho
sunlight. Sometimes all they require
is a close fence or wall. This should
prompt those who contemplate making
poultry yards to have tLe lower part
of the fence, to the height of about
two feet from the ground, close, so
that the hens may be protected from
tho direct action of strong winds. If
they are exposed to the full force o"
the wind even when the weather Is
not very cold the result may be colds
or other diseases. Farm and Fireside,
Bcouri in Sliocp.
Scours in sheep often occur wher
feeding on second growth or new seed
ed clover, especially after frost l:i
checked Its growth. An acid Is then
formed that Inflames the mucous
membrane of the stomach. The sheep
should be put on well-cured, sweo!
clover hay, and a veterinarian recom
mends, if the trouble does not ceaso
within forty-eight hours, giving cadi
sheep that Is scouring a six-ounce dose
of pure raw linseed oil. In six hcurs
afterward give a tablespoonful of the
following: Tincture of ginger, foui
ounces; tincture of rhubarb, opium and
sulphuric ether, of each two ounces.
Mix. Tut the dose in a small pint ol
warm water and gently pour down the
throat of each afflicted sheep. Repeat
in twelve hours if necessary. This will
cure any ordinary case of scours, but
where the scouring is the result cf
intestinal worms (tape worms general
ly) it will not cure, as tlm worm is the
cause and must be got rid of before any
cure will be effected. -New York Tribune.
HeplaciiiR Decayed Fence Fusts. ':
Wooden fence posts first decay at the
surface of the ground. With almost
any form of fence it Is a tedious joh
to remove the post and replace it with
a new one. Another may be driven
down near It to which, the boards or
wires may be attached, but this pre-,
sents an untidy and cumbersome np
pearance. This can all be avoided,
especially if the posts are straight, as
they should be, by simply taking a
s!rip of board not wider than the
breadth of the post and about three
feet long. Bevel off one side of one
end nnd drive it down by the side of
post as Indicated at b, in the sketch,
letting it project about half its length.
Three or four long nail3 are driven
through it Into the sound portion of
post. The dirt may be partly removed
end the strip nailed to post below
ground, but this is not necessary, ex
cept in stiff clay that freezes deeply.
L. D. Snook, In New England Homestead.
On an cvcrag3 thera aro 950 acci
dents la Eritis!i mines and quarries
In a year, causing a loss of 1.009 lives.
Health M ill come with all its Messing to those who know tho way, ami it ia mainly a ques
tion of rl2ht-livin, with all tho terra Implies, but tho flT'irts which strong-then the pyHtcm,
tho panics which refresh ami tho foods which nourish aro Important, each in a way, while it la
also advantageous to have knowledge of tho hest methods of promoting freedom from unsani
tary conditions. To assist nature, when nature needs assistance, it is all important that the
medicinal agents used should ho of tho best quality and of known value, and the ono remedy
which acts most beneficially and pleasantly, as a laxative, is-Syrup of Figs-ninnnfactiiml by
tho California Yig Syrup Co.
With a proper understanding of the fact that many physical ills are of a transient char
acter and yield promptly to tho gentle action of Syrup of Tigs, gladness ami comfort ccmo to
tho heart, and if one would remove tho torpor and strain and congestion attendant upon a con
stipated condition of tho system, take Syrup of Figs and enjoy freedom from tho aches and
pains, the colds and headaches and the depression duo to inactivity of the bowels. Incase of
any organic trouble it is well to consult a competent physician, but when a laxative is required
remember that the most permanently gratifying results will follow persoml cooperation with
tho beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs. It is for sale by all reliable druggists. Trice fifty
cents per bottle.
The excellence of Syrup of Figs conies from the beneficial effects of tho plants used in the
combination and also from tho method of manufacture which ensures that perfect purity and
uniformity of product essential in a perfect family laxative. All tho members of the family
from tho youngest to tho most advanced in years may use it whenever a laxative is needed and
share alike in its beneficial effects. we do not claim that Syrup of Figs is the only remedy cf
known value, but it possesses this great advantage over all other laxatives that it acts gently
and pleasantly without disturbing natural functions, in anyway, as it is freo from every ob
jectionable quality or substance. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy tho
genuine and the full name of tho Co. California Fig Syrup Co. is printed on tho front of every
AEFIfMIA fm W ft
San Francisco, Cel.
New York, N. V.
1 ' Havana iKW 1
1 Amu - v y 'ry - . I
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You cant buy a Ogar of better if.
j paSity for 10 "cents each.
I " FLORODORA" Banda are of same value as tags from "Star," "Drummond" Natwral Leaf, f
I) "Good Luct," "Old Peach and Honey," "Raior" and "E.. Rice Greenyille" Tobacco. M
lb,-, ;trWVH'n,V ' . j "' T W-HWl --. .. rtrn.- ir-W-n jipupujm, ji.jiilT ' . t -j-wVi -,,
CAM BE eUKED.
"Perk' it.thn Cure" will do it it relieves
tbenoisi attatk of Agihma In one minute. It
1 equally good (or Croup or lolda. Try It.
Free sample, sent to any addrefs.
J. C. PKCK,07 Ivy St rt'ot, Atlanta Gn.
Oyivm, lHftmnum. Cocaia nnd Liquor fcabtu pr. i
nanroliT ft- d l.M-.;! ci-nJ ftt bom. N detention ?
nltirl, hlthr rnd ti-B without fMir for tfrvgn.
Cure Guatrantsed for SI0.
E. J. Vawter's Carnations are the Best
CHOICE From the ftnoo "Vawter
Al UflDNIA Carnation Held," Ocean
ADJiTftJCP"rk' '' ,U'dV rOOUl1
AK1 A I IUiNJs cuttings, propagated with-
out artificial heat, pent po-.tpa)d, on receipt
of price, h i amotion flaiil for 'iiv 5
lrlncoo( Walea V lolel for 'i &r 3 ( inui
Hnlb for2 6-; 3 allir. I.lly UulUa fi.r'iSe
Order filled In rotation. Order nu. Adilrem Or
Fn luitii Co., (Inc.). Ocean Park. CAuroa.su.
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Consider the limilt offered the Intelligence of
thinking people lie i the clfilm is made that
any one remedy will cure all dlveaies So.
wall, think of it mid send for our book telllnii
all about III S.eoial kemediesi for pe.-ial dl
eased cundltlo'n, and our Family Medicine
C-e. A iotal card w ill M-eure the U.'oi
and a tample of l)r Johntoa't '-After Dinner
I'ill." Agenr wanted. Tue Home lUaiedr
'o . AuKt. 11 Hiiili'ii.ir. Atlan:a. t.a.
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nnd liuslneea Correspondence thoroughly
taught. Hoard 48 to $10 )er month.
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LUiitS Wrdht AU tLSt ri,LS. r'S
Beet touiib hyrup. Ttwum Good. Use f 3
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