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It will do you to take Hood's Sarsaparilla ts
beyond estimation. It will give you warm,
rich, nourisbing blood, strengthen your
nerves, tone your stomacb. create an appe
kite, and make you feel better in every way.
1t Is a wondorful invigorator of the system
and wards-ofrolds, fevers, pnenmonia ana
p-. The best winter medicine is
Sold by all dealers in medicine. Price, St.
flood's Pills cure biliousness, indigest'on
The Passing ol the Tra.:r
With the pas.iU of tne oi-fashiOn
ud trapper -we loso one of !!he imost
jiicuresque fl.'ures that ever trod thw
sti:ge of worldly a<:tion or gv:leed t!.o
page of fiir-ion. Even the armed
klnight, with '.11 his atmospLh:' rI ro
mance, his danshing courage, his bay
rry of gay tralpings and ti-!ig
liluies. will not outlive the wonierful
weather-beaten figure of -he iron ma
!n deerskin. who so often :ns held
The center of the stage during the guost
-brilling dranas of our carl!:r his
Who does not love and ch?-ish thi
niemories of the Leahe!'s -;1:z
he taciturn, sin-wy me. hu ct
Ish In their simplicity. aln tm.
Ish in tleir faliful dev(tihi. :llmos
God-like in th: ir fearless '. ':
tenedC. chari tablene-'ss :Ind h1:Cx?a ustib
resource? And we of Am r-a should
never forget these :% en. fei' toj thli
daring courage and steadfast purpose
we owe much of our preS::: pros
In tho cirele of the coniel. in th(
tumult of the skirmish 1i t'e iiare
of burning eabins. on the trail of the
despoiler, at the head of the army, in
the mists of the rapids, in the- shadows
of the forests. in the sunshiint- of the
prairies, on the summits of the noun
tains, the buekskin-clad figure wa; al
ways to be found. advising. aiding
and leading/ for the good of men to
As civilizatiflon slowly crtid west
ward and northwnrd its uhide and
gtuarantee m;,s a glimpse 1of :IlAck
skin hunting shirt and the ccio of the
old long riCEo. Far in advance s:ole
the trnpper. biazing trails to the fat
lands, locating the sweet :aters.
learning the resources and mysteries
of the new regions. The amount of
good these men accomptished can
hardly be over-estimated; iley were
the pioneers of progress upon thi., con.
tlDent.-Ed. W. Sandys in Otting.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarona
Candy Cathartic, care constipation forever.
W00,250. I C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
George W. Cable, who has just ended
a somewhat lengthy visit to England.
where he was very cordially received,
promises to write a book of his impres
sions of England. Turn about is fair
* The demolition of Furnivall's inn.
Holborn, is now almost complete. The
last portion of the birthplace of Pick
wick to fall under the destroyer's hand
will be the gateway, which still stands
forlorn amid the ruin-leading no
Surprise has been expressed that the
Ashburnham first folio Shakespeare
brought only $2,925 at a recent sale.
It was supposed that not less than $4,
000 would be realized from it. The
reason given is that after it was cata
logued two or three small blemishes
were discovered, which were thought
to detract from its value.
jir. Swinburne left Oxford without
taking a degree and takes pride in
avowing his illiteracy. Notwithstand
ing this fact, he is a master of Greek
and French. He grows more eccentric
in his waxing years, now approaching
three score and ten, lives near London,
but is almost never seen in society,
and is particularly food of children.
The Industrial corda:.e factory at Mlerida
liexico, has an order from Lorndon for 4,006
toss of bind'-r twine. so- 1.
Not worth -pyfgatention
to, you sre Perhapos yo
have had it x,. wteeks.
It's annoying becauzsc yo
have a constant (ecsire to
cough. It annoys you also
because you remember that
weak lungs is a family faig:
At first it is a slight cough.
At last it is a hemorrhage.
At first it is easy to cure.
At last, extremely difficult.
~'quickly conquers y-our little.
There is no doubt about
the cure now. Doubt co-nes
For over 'half a cza:ury
Ayer's Cherry Pec:orral has
been curing colds and coughs
and preventing consump::on.
It cures ConsumpuiO- also
if taken in time.
Ketp one e!. 1)P. ABcP'S C~efr
PectOral Plasters over gear
iunq8 II gou Cou9!!
Shall we send yoo a
book on this subject, r:
Owe Medical Depm-f~ mit.
If yon have any- comu :: r :1I
ever and desire the best : c' 1
advice you catn pssoyv obuS -.:
POINTS OF BEAUTY.
What Woman Can Do to Acquire a Grace
A graceful carriage of the head and
an erect figure are points of beauty
which no woman can afford to over
look. Unlike eLain other features,
such as the shape of the face, the
color of the hair and the size of the
hands and feet, these peculiarities are
within the power of every woman to
control as she pleases. One sone
times sees an otherwise beautiful
young woman who goes along with
lieail bent forward in a manner sug
gesting a tartle locking out of its
shell, and provoking the thought at
once that she has lost and issearching
for something. Nothing is less pleas
ing than an awkward carriage of the
head. Every girl should cultivate the
habit of holding up her chin. A flat
back, a well-poised head and a
graceful way of walking make the
differenco between a girl who has
style and her friend who is clumsy
Where a girl can daily take exercise
in a gymnasium, she may train
her muscles so that they will
obey her will; but even better
thanI this in-dcor training is that
which one has who walks a great deal
in the coen air, plays golf and tennis,
or often rows -- boat across a pond or
Another poirt of heauty, needless
to say, is a good comfplexion. This,
too, is within the reach of every girl
who, first of all, endeavors to main
tain a high standard of health. Pure
bloodhas everything to do with a clear
skin; therefore one should be careful
of her diet, avcidling unwholesome and
indigestible food, bat taking care to
eat -a due proportion of meat, not
omitting a little fat every day, and
regularly making fruit a part of her
diet. Tea and coifee should be
sparingly used by the young woman
who would have a beautiful skin.
Every day very thorough bathing and
rubbing with a crash towel are
essential, and the face once a day
should be washed with hot wTater and
a lather made of a delicate toilet soap.
This should be thoroughly rubbed into
the skin, cleansing the pores of the
fiue dust which clogs their lace-like
texture. The face should be carefully
rinsed and wiped with a soft towel.
The best time to do this is- at night
before retiring. Given sufflicient
exercise, good food, reguhr bathing
and plenty of sleep, there is no reason
why a woman should not preserve the
freshness of her skin unimpaired from
childhcod to old age.
Not only the beauty of the skin,
but also the gloss and abundance of the
hair, the brightness of the eyes and
the sheen of the teeth, all are de
pendent on the circulation, which is
promoted by healthful living.
Well-shaped hands and feet have
always been regarded as distinctive
marks of beauty. While one cannot
regulate the size of these members,
she can always have her hands and
nails well cared for and her feet be
comingly ,dressed. A woman who is
well gloved and well shod makes a
creditable appearance even if the rest
of her dress be somewhat shabby.
If one has not very much money to
spend on her costume let her not ini
vest so much in her gown .and wrap
comparatively as she does in fine,
well-fittsng shoes, in gloves of good
quality and color to suit her dress,
and in a tastefal hat. The extremities
give tone to the toilette. Soiled, ill
fitting, or worn-out gloves, with yawn
ing holes at the finger ends and but
tons off, will ruin any costume, and
detract from the impression of.beauty
which a woman should make upon the
eye of the beholder. -Harper's Bazar.
Dresses For a Lu.ncheon Party.
"Dressy woolen costumes of light
silk and wool, cashmere, cloth or
novelty goods are trimined with bands
of bead passeimenterie, embroidered
mousseline or velvet, and made with
a yoke or vest of bright silk or velvet,
or of white cicoth embroidered in
gold." writes Emma 3L. Hooper in
the Ladies' Home .Journa!. "A strik
ing yoke may be made of cream
guipure with gilt spangles sewed over
part of the pattern, as many of the
dresmakers now arrange. Light
gray, tan, army blue, lavender, red
and black goods are the colors used
for these gowns. They are made up
with a round, slightly pointed or
jacket-fronted waist'for a young per
son, or with a basque waist or Louis
XVL. coat for mnatronr. The latter
style has jacket fronts, close-fitting
and five inches below the wrist, with
revers, high collar and small sleeves:
back cut as a close basque, with flat
effect below the waist-line. Lace
trims the neck and wrists, and a jabot
ornaments the throat, falling over the
full vest of gauze, chiffon or lace
rflles or the hat-pointed one of em
broidered satin. With a handsome
hat and light gloves such a gown is
suitable for a ladies' luncheon or
afternoon reception, at both of ~vhich
the hostess is the only one present n
bonneted. At a luncheon partygloves
are removed when the table is reached,
but the outside wrap is taken off in
An Ohio Eusiness Womia.
3Irs. Ficteher Doutbitt, of Canal
Dover, Ohio. is a woman of extraor
dinary business tact, and just at pros
ent is; snoerintendent of the Tuscara
was Electric Railroaid running between
New Phiadelphiic :nd UhrchsviHe,
Ohio. Mrs. Douthitt is managing the
line during the absonee of haer father,
the owner and bu.'ilder, and will have
charge for several months at least.
When the line was first built two years
ago this rem.aablaoe woman, then .'Iiss
Anna 3Iit&ehener 'as mu 'ch intereste1.
and gradnally aecg'u.anti herself witht
the road's busines sh became very
usefuil asistanti for he fter until
now' he seels that the lie is assae in
her hands as in is. .During a big
snow bloclkade on~ the line last winter
she mounted a ?iorse andl iaing to the
scene of the big drifts superintended
t'e labor of th~ i' gang or men at
woLh ini opening the line.I The Cleve
iaud, Lori n an.1 Whee'ling Pailroad
delared war on thi litt electrie road
btll 1 eleverly i Sr -Outhitan
a airs th the' wa r tended to ad
vrtie the eiectrie~ road, and to in
-.. cas intead & c ec-ru its busin ess.
Now she is engaged in defending a
$10,000 damage suit brought against
the road. Mrs. Douthitt is a product
of the nineteenth century, a broad
minded, progressive woman of the type
that was unheard of a century ago, but
is now stimulating every profession.
Iowa State Register.
Teachers' Country Club.
Chicago teachers are going to launch
out into a new enterprise. They are
going into country life, the pleasures
of farm life .nd the delights of a rural
existence in summer, on the co-opera
They are going to systematize and
arrange the methods by which an an
nual vacation may be enjoyed at little
expense on their own farm. They are
now organizing what may be called
the Teachers' Country Club, where
rest and health may be obtained and
out-of-door sports may be indulged in.
Their plan for a country club with a
model farm attached for the purposes
Sofrevenue is far in advance of any
scheme put fonvard by teachers' or
ganizations in other cities. If the plan
is successful-and the promoters have
no doubt on this score-the teachers
of Chicago will have accomplished
something which has never before been
The Shawls of Empress Josephine.
Shawls, which formed such an im
portant part in the wardrobes of our
grandmothers, seem now to have been
utterly cast aside. The Empress
Josephine is said to have been ex
trenely fond of this now despised ar
ticle of woman's apparel, and she pos
sessed a large number of shawls of
rare and wondrous beauty. Those
for evening wear were, perhaps, more
scarf than shawl, and some of them
so fine and delicate that they could be
passed through a finger-ring. One of
these beautiful, cloudy, filmy things
was always a part of her full dress
toilette, and, whether carried on the
arm or draped over the shoulders,
added a subtle charm to her lovely
Like a woman's fan, this fairy tex
tile was used as a weapon of coquetry,
though in its manipulation a greater
skill and dexterity were required.
While conversing, the Empress kept
the shawl-scarf constantly in motion.
It fell from her shoulders only to be re
placed in still more picturesque folds,
and at times it appeared to envelop
her person like a vapor. It seemed
to obey her slightest thought, and to
betray her ever-changing moods and
The Great Paris Dressmaker.
The great dressmaker is not, except
in rare cases, an artist; he is a busi
ness m an employing artists and trained
arisans on a large scale, engaged in a
commerce that returns a very profita
ble per cent. He is in some instances
the director only of the establishment,
which a stock company owns. His
position makes special calls on him,
nevertheless. He must have enough
critical knowledge to fill the highest
osthetic demand, and a flair that he
may by anticipating, present his
clients with the novelty that the so~
cial movement will lead them ibvolun
tarily to demand or to accept..i He is
called upon also to act as critiesfor the
manufacturers, who submit to him the
designs and colors propos'pa for the
season ahead, and among these he
chooses what he will take to be made
exclusively for him, w~tt lxe will
take on commission, and wh t others
he will take to pay for if je finds it
convenient to use them. "He is a sort
of barometer, registering the varia
tions of fashion for the use of the
manufacturers, who are guided by his
choice as to what some time thereafter
the great public is likely to demand.
-Ada Cone, in Scribner'sa.
Hlints About Veils.
Little by little the veils are climb
ing upward, and Paris says that they
may now be worn no further over the
face than just beneath the nose,
This fashion has certainly its con
veienlce to recommend it.
Some one remarked: ''What a com
fort for one to be able to drink an ice
cream soda or take a cup of tea without
all that bother of raisiug the veil and
the worse bother of getting it down
There are all kinds of veilings, but
Ibefore buying alittle study of effect is
necessary. A face that looks well
Ibehind a thin gauze, with occasional
dots, will look wan and haggard under
a Russian net, heavy with chenille
balls. Women who persist in wear
ing a dotted veil under one of chiffon
are simply ruining their eyesight.
Doctors say that the wearing of veils,
dotted ones in particular, is ruinous
to the eyesight, and also that oculists
owe a large part of their incomes to
this feminine habit. If veih, must be
worn, the bow at the back must be
avoided and the ends drawn into the
smalest kind of a knot and tucked out
of sight. _ _ _ _
Showy jewels are made of cut jet,
enlivened with a setting of Rhine
Notes on) Furs.
Entire toqucs of fur are shown with:
velvet bows; sable hats are choice and
Fur edging flat bands of lace inser
tion continues to be one of the hand
soest trimmiings for full-diess toil
MIuffs to be thoroughly smart must
'be large, especially those of the long
hair, blue and black fox, chinchillai
and moufilon varieties.
New neck ruffs are of plaited chiffoL
bordered with mink and fasten in front
with knots of the material finished
'i buttons and pendants of fur.
Hih-class manufacturing furriers
clm that sealskin will soon advanece
in prce but we hear the same story
evy year until it has become like the
vr of wolf.
Fnr edging is used on teagowns and
evenl:Yto2ees an.l h cary lace yokes
hang the design brought out with a
very narrow edging of sable fur is one
of the lately launched extravagant
Novel collarettes are of crinkled vel
vet of a bright shade. cherry, mnaurec
or ervenche, thickly plaited with an
edging of black Astrakhan at the top.
and a large bow in front with a buckle;
stole ends of velvet are carried to the
waist, and there is a velvet c-nd fur
mrt attached. Some evening sets
have muff. collet and toque to miatch.
-ny Goons Economist
STORIES OF RELIEF.
Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkham.
Mrs. Jomx Wn. Lms, Englishtown,
N. J., writes:
" DEn'. 31. PINrx t:-I cannot bed
in to tell you how I suffered before
taking your remedies. I was so weak
that I could hardly walk across the floor
without falling. I had womb trouble
and such a 'earing-down feeling; also
suffered with my back and limbs, pain
in womb, inflammation of the bladder,
piles and indigestion. Before I had
taken one bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal
better, and after taking two and one
half bottles and half a box of your
Liver Pills I was cured. If more would
take your medicine they woulMI not
have to suffer so much."
Mrs. JosEPU PETEESON, 513 Eas+, St.,
Warren, Pa., writes:
"DEAR lMns. PInAxm":-I have suf
fered with womb trouble over fifteen
years. I had inflammation, enlarge
ment and displacement of the womb.
I had the backache constantly, also
headache. and vas so dizzy. I had
heart trouble, it seemed as though my
heart was in my throat at times chok
ing me. I could not walk around and
I could not lie down, for then my heart
would beat so fast I would feel as
though I was smothering. I had to
sit up in bed nights in order to breathe.
I was so weak I conld not do any
"I have now taken several bot
tles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and used three pack
Sages of Sanative Wash, and can say
I am perfectly cured. I do not think
I could have lived long if 'Mrs. Pink
-am's medicine had not helped me."
The ship Aryan is bound for New York
from Honolulu with 57,133 bags of sugar,
6,729,590 pounds, which is valued at $238,429.
In the United States 390,000 cubic feet of
pine are used annually in making matches.
To Cure Constipation Forever,
Tr.ke Cascarets Cand.Cathartic. I0c or N&,
If C. 0. C. fail to cure, dftggists refund =mny.
The construction of a projected railway
in Haiti within the next two months is cer
tain. The line is to be narrow guage.
PI o Cure for Conumpti is an A No. 1
Asthma medicine.-W. I. WILLAMs, Anti
och, ills., April 11, 134.
A statistician estimates that England he
$550,000,000 Invested in land and mortgageS
I in countries abroad.
Beauty Is Blood Deeps
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty wit~imit it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving a im-.
purities from the body. Begin to-day to.
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,1
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug-.
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10e,25c,50e.
The amount of silk produced by each spider
is so small that a scientist computes that
663.522 would be required to produce a pound!
of thread. _________
To Cure A Cold in One DaTO'
Take Laxative Bromo Qninine Tablets. AB.
Druggists refund money i t fails to cure. 25c,
The cotton crop Is the largest single export'
In the country-nearly $231,000,000 an
nually. The next largest Is wheat.
No-To-Bac for Nifty Centi.
Gusautod2 tobacco habit cure, nm~as weak
non , blood pure. iSo, . Andrugsit
Th ports of coal into Germany in the!
first ei t months of this year were65,L
Fits permanently cured. No fits ornervous-;
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Res'trer. $2trlal bottle and treatise free
Dn. R.1H. KLINE, Ltd.. 931 .-rch St. Phila. Pa,
Mrs. W ijsSoothing isyrup for children;
teeting, oten '~guns, roducin infiama.i
tior.. allays pain.cores wind colic 2ca bottle.
ThE EXCLLENCE 02 SYRUP OFRHGS
is due not only to tlu. originality and
simplicity of the comilnation, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the CALIFoBNIA FIG SY'RUP
Co. only. and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the CALIF'ONIA ?FIG SYRUP Co.
onily, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the CALI
FORNIA FIG SYUP' Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excillence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remetaber the name of
CALIF ORN~IA PIG SYRUP CO.
sA~N FRA?~C1sco, cal.
LOUIsVILLE. Ky. ?NEW YORE. N.Y.
31ERELY n1El UI)A OF IT.
"My husband was so nice about
exp aining these war terms to me.
Iknow I aggrava-;te hiim awfully, too.
sometimes. Why, only think, I had
to ask him oncee what the seat of war
was for. "
"Ws' it. foolih: But lie is so
patien'. The i-!ea timt I didn't have
stise ie io:.: to ~e th::t it is' for the
stn n.a::r i. use: Whou it g -t.a
A DoUS:FU AN~wL'!.
Lady-Didn't von take a vacation
durincf t heum:'d-.1
ounug Physici n- -:..iy pretire
What European War Would Cost.
According to M. Bloikh.. a Ronan
writer. it was a computaticin of what
1 European 7'ar would cost that lar -e.
y. iifluenced the Czar to issue his
peace muauifesto. Tt is estimated that
Europe pays yearly for thII 1,- inz tei
ance of its fleets and arnnes the suiml
>f $1,1:1.(.00. and nearly as much
again in tle guife or imtre.st on <1hta
contr:C1ted for the pros cmnioa of for
ign wars. The daily expelilltrxtr
needed for a conitiet in which the iive
great continental powers weree
ed would :mount to :.87.e. Al
togethc-r, the annual cost of hi;., 1-:%
ropean war. excluslve of n lirecJ
losses, would, accordirg to the enlet;
ations of M. Bloikh. roe-h the fantas
tic total of $8,7,35,GUJ,00)-New Tork
Don't Tobseco Spit and Smoke Tour ife Jway.
To quit tobacco easily and forever. be mag
netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac. the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or El. Cure guaran
ced. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New Yors
H. L. Milligan is interested in the proposed
erection of a woolen mill at Greenville, Tenn..
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applicationls. as they cannot reach the
diseaurd portion --f the ear. There i-; only one
Way to cure deafness. and thatis by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
farned condition of the mucous lining of the.
Lustachian rube. N% hn this iube gets in
famed you have a rumbling sound or impo
fect hearinz, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the resnit. atidunless the inflani
mation can t;e taken out and this tube re
stored to its normai condition, hearing will bt
detroyed forever. Nino uases out of ten ar-,
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an
infamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of 1neatnoss caused by catarrb) that can
not be cur.-d by Hall's Catarrh cure. Send.
for circulars f ree.
o . J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Drugg-ts, 7 5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
often, Vrom no apparent
cause, become languid and
despondent in the early days
of their womanhood They
dTag along.al3ways tired,
never hungry, breathless
and with a palpitating
heart after slight exeTcise
so that meTely to walk
up stairs is exhausting.
Sometimes a shovt.dry- cough A
leads to the Fewt that they 1
aye"going into consumption."
They are an&mic, .cc
tors tell them. which means
that they have too httle
blood. Are you like that?
Move antemic people have
energetic men and women b
pink Pills foT Pale People th
are the best tonic in the vw
Mdiss Lain Stevens, of Gasport,]
healthy girl until about a year ago, 1
lost her appetite, was :s tired in the :
until she became so czraciatcd that he
tors declared the disea s anaimia, ani
who was visiting in Gr~sport prcvailc<
Pills for Pale People. She did so, ani
well aind strong-the vtry picture of b
The genutie are 5o'id o
alwa~ys be,&rng the full n~
is5or sent , p ost paid, b
C.ompany, ZSchenectady, N'
cents per box. Book of
CABERY'S WONDERFUL CLOCK..
Runs for a Year Without Demanding
A Kankakee county man is the pos
sessor of one of the most wonderful
clocks in the country. This clock is
as near a perpetual motion machine as
any piece of mechanism yet designed.
The owner is not a perpetual motion
crank, but is an exceedingly ingenious
jeweler named Peter M. Ravenskilde
of Catery, a hustling town in the
southwestern portion of Kankakee
county. The clock is the product of
many years of study andl labor and
considerable expense. It keeps accur
ate time and will run for a year with
out the least attention from its owner.
'he clock proper is run with a wheel
sixty inches in circumference. From
the outer surface of the circumference
are suspended 120 cups, each one-half
inch in diameter and a -third of an
inch deep. Each of forty of these cups,
which are successive, contains a steel
~all three-eighths of an inch in diam
eter. Every minute and a halt, as
this weed turns by the weight of-thiese
balls, one of them falls out of its cup,
rolls down ian inclined plane twenty!
inches long, when, by its own weight,
it reunite~s a broken circuit of elecc
tricity, and is again elevated by a lit
te car traveling along a steeper in
clined plane to the top of the wheel,
where it falls into a cup which stands
vertical for a short time. After tho
car discharges its cargo it returns to
its original station from its own;
weight. From tue time one of thesej
balls is dropped into a cup until it is
again dropped into another cup it trav
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done by all the balls Is equivalent to
one ball traveling over one mile a day;
400 miles in one year, and during the
lifetime of a person living three score
years the distance around the globe.
The electricity used is generated in an'
ordinary storage battery, and does not
require any attention for fully a year.'
Another clock owned by Mr. Ravens
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considerably smaller. This clock is
used to attract attention in the store.
A porcelain globe is placed back of the
clock and at night green, red and white
electric lights reflect their rays alter
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discharged from one of the cups on the
timepiece. Mi-. Ravenskilde has had
many offers to exhibit his clocks, but
-efuses to do so, and so far he has not
hid the mechanism patented.
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