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KIDI.MJ A LA MODI:.
WhrnLndy IVtty took the air
( 1 n old time London town,
They tucked her in u iiiltcc -hair
.N-lf, ioni niluiir mitt L'own;
.Ami Kwinninn on it gilded Kt.ivcs
In hilki'ii jiump and junto,
Betwixt two htur.ly, livened knaves
My lady IkkI her ride.
Aero the sen her daughter went,
'Mid mingled doubt and fears;
Ami in Virginia wlie njicnt
t-Iliu iilty hunjiy year.
Hut when hlic rode, with bow and smile,
Alor:, Colonial way,
'T was in a coach of hhimmvc htyle,
IWhind two nmblaiji bays.
In turn her daughter left the nebt,
The chronicler aver,
And out into the rued west
A husband fared with her.
Now rajriiip; v:i!c and rfionnt ua o'er
The dauntless jiair we find
Together jogging he before,
bite, iiil.ion-iietehed, behind.
To-day her daughter's daughter need
Not coach nor horse nor nta:i;
She hath no u;,e for ambling stt.Jr.A '
Nor pillion nor sedan;
Buto'er the pave nlte nmootUV glides,
With whirl of nilent wh"l,
As hero and there she nVftty guides
Her nimble, swift 'u' ''.;
hdwui L. Tahiti, in Y K- holas.
"Dearlo," fakl JolmrJo Spcaring's
mamma, stepph;:? out on the back
l"iorcli, whoro be was playiug, "I -wish
PUZZLE OF THE
There are two more
you'd run over to the stove and order
some things for supper for me."
"Oh, mamma!" said Johnnie, shrug
.ging his shoulders in impatience, "can't
"No," said the mother quietly, "she
cannot go now, and I wish you'd go
for me. However, I don't command
it this time, Johnnie; I only say I wish
"Well, I don't sr-e how I can go now
unless you make me, mamma," said
Johnnie, picking up his playlliings and
hxkir.g grumpy. "I was only just be
ginning to have a good t'ufte."
Now, whr.t Johnnie re;U!y meant to
C.- was to wait mill hN m.,;h t rkn!
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B .Mfciy n. H i. in MIIIM I iMMUHUMlUJJmn i mm IIIIIIM umml
IS lliffioS i
1'fiiny for piiiip;. r.ut bis rnctlirr f-n 11
mi nuirc; pi'ihiips she bad a reason for
bcr slb'iict'. At nil events she went
back into 1lie lniic aain -without
Kpeaklni;, and .hdinnlo forpn all abotit
bcr rt'iiui'st presently, and never
thought uf It n-ain until Mn-ie enlled
III i:i to snipper just as It was growing
Johnnie's papa and grandpa and
grandnia and Auntie I'.elle avcio all
away, us It hnppened, so the loiii;
talde looked very bi; and empty when
Just Johnnie and bis mamma s:it down
to It. I'.ut that night It looked longer
and more empty than ever. Johnnie
saw why, prest ntly.
There wasn't a thing upon the table
but a pl'.eber of inllic, a plate of bread
and some spoons :uid glasses. And
Johnnie's mamma, after pouring out
a gins for her little boy and passing
1:1m the bread, placidly began to eat
bread and milk herself.
"What have we got for supper to
uight, mamma?" asked Johnnie, think
ing this a .delicate way of beginning.
so''1 s" . mamma, cheerfully. "Plenty
people bare far loss, my
"Why " Johnnie was beginning,
when be remembered.
"I s'pose it's 'cause I didn't go to the
store when you asked iiie," be said,
blushing and banging bis bind.
His mother nodded quietly aiMl
passed him more bread.
It tasted delicious, that 'bread and
milk, ami they bad more bread and
milk, with sugar in it, for desert. And
yet somehow Johnnie didn't really en
joy bis supper. It made him ashamed
to remember Low ungracious and rude
be bad been.
"I'm I'm sorry, mamma," be said,
Turks watching this dancer.
shame-facedly, when It was time to
say good-night, "and maybe maybe,
I'll remember to be nicer another
And although bis mother forgave
him readily perhaps because she for
gave him so readily be really has
been nicer and more obliging ever
since. Chicago Record-Herald.
LITTLE MAN FRIDAY.
Llko most boys' dogs, Friday was a
mongrel. It would be much easier to
say what be was not than whn.t ho
was, for he was neither retriever,
pointer, St. Bernard, Newfoundland,
bull nor mastiff nor anything else
that was well-bred or clearly defined;
but ho was intelligence itself.
Ho was never tired, never cross; he
was always ready to eat or sleep, lie
was of medium size, and he had a
yellow-brown coat of short stiff hair
marked by a dark stripe running down
bis backbone. Nature had carelessly
given him four misfit feet much loo !
large for him. At first sight people !
were apt to pity him for having to !
carry about such length and weight '
of caudal appendage as be had, and j
declared he should have been divorced j
from It in his earliest youth; but once j
they saw the very tempest of joy that i
lumpy long tail could express saw it j
lil:e a harp-string vibrating with love i
and devotion they felt there was not j
one Inch too much of it. In his ridic- I
nli'US bodv he showed all the flighty
activity of a fox-terrier, while in his
rare moments of quietude his face
England'! Horriin flflics.
Great Intcrcr.t attadiT to thr rj.
ravutlotis which are being coridin lod
at the Dorsetshire village of Fifeh. ad
Neville, umler tho dlr-itlon of Mr.
Wlngfleld Nevillo of Khorborne Cas
tle. So far the remain of a Roman
rcsblence, probably that of a Roman
magistrate, have been m.earthed, ami
there la evidence showing that further
finds may be expected. A beautiful
mosaic pavement lia3 just been un
covered In what was apparently th'
chief department if the noiiRo, nnd al
to a bath tho rrjuare red Roman
tiles In perfect preservation nnd nu
merous walls and other masonry, with
bits of pottery, et". H,mp are ample.
Indications that there existed bore a
considerable settlement and It Is be
lieved that archaeological investiga
tion on a larger scale in tho district
would be amply rewarded. Londor.
THEIR IUVS Or SADNESS.
"Ah! If I could only share tho
tremendous Borrows cf magazine edit
ors!" "Sorrows? Why, do they have any
"Do they? Don't they? Every let
ter I ct from any one of them
breathes regret!" Baltimore News.
"A senator must &ttat-h a great deal
of Importance to Influence, must ho
not?" said the young man who ia
learning the politics business.
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum,
"influence and allluence." Washing
Mrs. Newbride Yes. indeed,
husband's worth a million.
Mrs. Oldun Huh! A million centsv
Mrs. Newbrkle Cents? Oh,' dtear,
no. I mean a milkon other men.
"The Organization cf Capital."
To many readers, no matter on
which side of the struggle between
capital and labor their sympathies lie,
the article by Herman Justi, commis
sioner of the Illinois Coal Operators'
Association, on "The Organization of
Capital," will appeal as the most vital
and valuable in the March Century.
Mr. Justi's suggestions bear the weight
of the authority of a man who lias
dealt prominently and successfully for
years with the problems of employers
H. II. Giieen'8 Sons, o! Atlanta, Ca., nro
the only successful Dropsy specialists in the
world, bee their liberal offer lu advertise
ment in another column of this paper.
You - in judge oome people by the things
thev don't do.
FITS permanently curcd.Xo flts or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Xervellestorer. trial boitler.nd treatise freo
Dr. B.H. Klisb, Ltd., Arch St., l'hila.,Pa.
The sign painter
name for himself.
can always make a
Mrs.TYinslo-w's SoothingSyrup for children
teething.sorteutiie gums, reduces influuima
tion, allays pain, cures wind colie. 23c. a battle
Silence is golden where hu.;h money is
Fiso's Cure cannot be too highly sp' k:'n of
ns a cough cure. J. Y. O'EaiKN, 322 Third
Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minu., Jan. C.l'JOO.
It's a good thing to count the cost, but
don't forget to pay it.
Perfectly simple and simply perfect is
dyeing with Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
The pen is mightier than the sword
when :t comes to signing checks.
Excursion Hates for Mardi Gras,
Fousacola, Fla., Mobile, Ala., nnd Now
Orleans', La., Feb. 17-23, 101)8, via
( en'rui of Otorj:ia Hiiihvny.
Tiektti to lie sold February 17-21, inclus
ive, final limit February 2Nth, l'J03, except
that by deposit of tii'krts nnd payment of a
bay of 50 cents to Joint Agent, tiekets may
In; extended to 31 area 14, 1U03. For farther
information, apply to any agent of Ci ntral
of Georgia Kaihvuy.
Smoking Cures Catarrh.
A Combiiation of Herbs, Cmokcd in a
Pipe, Cures Catarrh of Head,
Nose and Throat.
SAMFLES MAII.1D FREE.
Contains No Tobacco and is Pleasant
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The fact that the smoking of tobac
co is injurious to the health is no ar
gument against the use of Dr. Blosser's
Catarrn Cure in a pipe, or In the form
of cigarettes, as this remeuy contains
no tobacco or any injurious drug.
The effect of a remedy applied direct
ly to the diseased part is much bet
ter than the uncertain action of medi- j
cines taken into the stomach. This
is the philosophy, profound as it is j
simple, of the treatment of catarrh !
with Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure. I
It is the only known remedy that '
can penetrate the recesses of the head, j
throat and lungs. ISO liquid remedy '
can do this. No spray tnat ever was
d'-jvisod surely no "constitutional"
nostrum taken into the stomach can
reach the inflamed surfaces and
cleanse, soothe and heal them as this
medicated smcke-vapor does.
In order to demonstrate its merits, i
a three days' trial treatment will be
sent, absolutely free, to any sufferer.
A'Mreis. Dr. blower Company, Zl .
t'.V.u-a St., At:c;zta. Ca. '
1 "I had a very severe sickness
(j that took off all my hair. 1 pur
chased a bottle of Ayer' Hir
Vigor and it brought all my hair
U'. D. Quinn, Marseilles, III.
One thing is certain,
Aycr's Heir Vigor makes
she hair crow. Tliio is
because; ji is a hair food, tj
It feeds :!ic hair and the h
Violr rrxic thot'o nil thorn
nail lunaj iiiui o t-n iiiviw
is to it. It stops falling
of t'.c hair, too, and al-
ways restores ccior to
$1.09 bottle. All dron'rt-
VI 111 II I I IIM1 l II l '
i !r vitur drn;rzit c.iunot t-ij ly you. k!
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J. C . A li.lt l l.OWt
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LaCrippe and Neuralgia I'anMicd
J IIV Till! V&li OF
10,25anJCac. at Diug Store.
TOP PIP A
of ike Skin and Blooc
Should Bein NOW
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lit know yon If Ti ll tnmr Kluwrr. S..'l
tin- IK-ti. titt'l th iti nittt i'f i M ff ynur
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it n i Kf I f . Aililri'.ii.
MISS CALLII- WAT Sir
IIih Southern Woman HiirliK
OUhti r-ntllt ALL ILbt rAlLS. I I
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people nave louna instant reiier
Ileal, and lastly take Cuticur.
Blood, and put every function in
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w S.., Lmiiloa, E. C
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