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T ' - iZtiCZ OS GIVING.
The Civ!- rf Moroy s Not Neces
-H tily nrnencence.
. (if v. . ulth who has (lcvotod
'"''I t wt r to liliilatitliioiilc
v. i ,!k ihu.i Ki. nkH df tho UK's and ol-
lU'HtlsiISH ,,f , .Jin,.
"There 1 , i . (.Ligation upon nil
r-iHorip, rich or io,jr. Sixn.lln?,'
TiJivy Ih only way of in 'ctlti our ob
Itpatlonn. I have known many con.-o-i;vti'il
nifii ainl woiwn, ulmnst iiennl
H;. who mrrli'.l cr. a Rrcat work for
the Master, ami they nrroiniillshcil
more real gooit thin thrH whoso labor
cndo.i with th.) distribution of wealth.
'It is riot on juj-'.h that wo should ills
trlhuto alms. Wo should be careful
to Bi'v. that our plfts rearh the iirooor
j.orsons, and arti not r-lawl where
they will accomplish more harm than
pood. Many well meaning; people ex
pend their money where It really isn't
, needed, while thy Ignore the urgent
eau.e which they might discover he
fore their very eyes. They are not
true to their obligations. They are
not commanded to distribute money
but to do good to ctiiera, nnd their
possession of wealtti should enable
them to do pood largely.
"It isn't right that we should give
to unknown charities without investi
gallon, and yet to Investigate will re
quire many hours, perhaps."
There was one truth that was for
gotten by this noble woman, one that
all money-givers have not learned
the truth that no one mind can decide
as to what is the proper method of
using money of charity. Only sci
ence can turn benevolence Into benefi
cence. Most of the money now given
according to one's misguided feelings
is surely destined to become a source
of evil. Much of the rest, while not
harmful, is not a benefit to humanity.
There is no way in which wealth could
be used with such advantages as in en
dowing a permanent commission of in
dependent and scientific-minded men
whose sole function it should be to
advise the benevolent for what, pur
roses the gift of money would do the
most good to the world. Some of the
great endowments of vast sums were
only saved from absolute failure and
loss by the wise and quiet influence of
moneyless men. American Medicine.
Tic? lotiR period of drought ncirly
every year have caused many of the
experiment tat!on to cxa'ulnp clore
ly into the matter of roll moisture.
Th time Iibh conn, owln;: to for's-t
destruction, when the question of noil
molKturc i the most important that
can bo considered in relation to farm
ing. The plant derives its food suj
I ly through the agency of th? water
which it drinks In or absorbs from the
soil, with the aid of the membranous
Mirfacs of the roots, with their root
hairs, which later prcatly Increase
the surface connection of the plant
with the water of the soil. Large
quantities of water thus taken in by
the plants are "breathed out" into the
air through the leaves and the amount
is enormous, field crops consuming 201)
to GOO pounds of water for each pound
of dry matter th- plants add to their
own weight in growing. The rooN
of field crops are much longer, much
more numerous, spread farther and
penetrate into the soil to greater
depths than many persons realize.
Where the upper portion of the earth
If. often too dry for the plant to feea
some crops send their deepest roots
downward firm four to six feet -or
more, though the greater number of
oots are in the upper 18 inches of
noil. The richest rortion of the soil
and the part in which the plants pre
fer to feed, "if sufficient moisture is
present, is the lower half or two
thirda of the furrow slices. With
greater depth the plants feed with
more difficulty. While the deepest
roots procure some food their chief
function Is to bring the water from
deep in the eatth when the supply
near the surface is short. Clover
sends its rooots deeper than corn or
wheat, and alfalfa goes deeper than
clover, but as the plant food Is sought
near the surface the objects should be
to have the moisture there so as to aid
the plants to procure soluble food.
Flibbert Your rich uncle says he
wants to be cremated.
Gangleigh Ye3; but he's in no hur
ry about it. Boston Transcript.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH.
II.T1.I5. Cures Ieep-Seated Cmen EcpeciaUjj
To Trove It It. 15. It, Sent Free.
These diseased, with aches and pains in
bones, joints and back, agonizing pains in
shoulder blades,' hinds, fingers, arms and
legs crippled by rheumatism, lumbago, sci
aticrt, or neuralgia; hawking, spitting, nose
bleeding, ringing in the ears, sick stomach,
deafness, noises in the head, bad teeth, thin
hot blood, all run down feeling of catarrh
are sure signs of an awful poisoned condi
tion of the blood. Take Botanic Blood
J;alm (l'.B.B.) boon all aches and pains
the poison is destroyed and a real
permanent cure is made of the worst rheu
matism or foulest catarrh. Thousands of
cases cured by taking B.B.B. It strength
ens weak kidneys and improves diges
tif. Druggists, per large bottle. Sam
ple free by writing Blood Balm Co., IS
Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble
and free medical advice sent in sealed letter.
CARF, OF DAIRY UTENSILS.
Milk absorbs odor from the moment
it is drawn from the cow until the
time It is churned. Whenever milk
reaches the temperature of 100 it is
claimed to be in an active state of
decomposition. But, while milk is
easily aff?cted by outside influences,
the adherents to strict rules of clean
liness will greatly aid the dairyman
to avoid the changes that often oc
cur. Cooling the milk renders the
perms inactive, and prevents decompo
sition for a while, but it should not
be overlooked that milk absorbs odors
very rapidly when cool. Exposure to
odors, gases or volatile matter of any
kind should, therefore, be avoided, and
every utensil used in the dairy should
be scalded with boiling water and
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"Doesn t it give you a terrible feel
ing when you run over a man?" they
"Yes, if he's a large man," replied
the automobilist. "It gives me a pret
ty rought jolt sometimes."
Peruna is recommended by fifty members of l
Cnrurress. hv (invernnrs. Consuls, ueriernls. v
Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eminent Physicians,
Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu
tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in
the humbler walks of life.
USE TAYLOR S
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein
for CO year:
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The man who says he feels a friendly in
terest in cur affairs is a good bit of a nuis
ance. There Is more Catarrh In this section of tho
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years was supposed to
be incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
eonstjtutional discr.s? aid therefore requires
Cojstitutional treatint'.ifc. itali's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0., is the only constitutional cure on
the rr.jr!fi,:. It ts tS:,n Jit?.iTtlly in doses
from 10 dr OpS to a tcasounful. It acts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They o"or one hundred dollars for
any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney li
Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
An explorer doesn't have to be a sor
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FIT3 permanently cured. No fits or nervous
r.ess after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
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A ring on the finger is worth two on the
Mra.TiMnslow's SoothingSyrup for ohildroi
teething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle
Som i men work their way up in the
world by working other people.
I do not boliove Fiso's Cure for Consnran
tionhusan equal for coughs and colds Jons
1 . 1;oveb, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1 W3.
It doesn't take much argument to con
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No muss or failures made with Tutxam
It isn't every hero who hr.s sense enourb
to stay up on his pedestal.
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