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$K*ii *** ***-n , i r3 - !*** ||g6pu!ar?c>5r|ceg? *** _____ *?* atCXM IWIWWWVIWWWVWA J Sunlight will penetrate very clear water to the depth of 1500 feet. The inferior Bohemian graphite, which is too impure or compact for use in pencils, is ground fine and freed from sulphidesand other heavy minerals. The refined material does not contain more than fifty or sixty per cent, of "graphite and is used in the manufacture of inferior crucibles . and for stove polish. A nlant has recently been com pleted in Mexico to recover s\? er from the material in the dumps from an old mine which has been operated since 154 7. The available supply aggregates 2.000,000 tons and more than an equal quantity of stone filling, all of which has. been demonstrated capable of yielding a good profit.?Engineer. The curious name of the anaesthetic "stovaine" is due to its discoverer, M. Fourneau. M. Fourneau was anxious to perpetuate his own name in connection with it, but as the anaesthetic was of the nature of cocaine and no compound resembling that could be contrived out of "Fourneau" he translated the name into its English equivalent of "stove" and duucu tuc acwcooai > icimiuauuu. The most frequent cause of collapse among small water tanks, says the Building News, is the corrosion of the hoops. These are flat wrought iron bands one-eighth inch to onequarter inch thick which are seldom painted, so that they become subject to corrosion both from the outside and from the inside. Hoops should be made without welds and thoroughly painted before and after erection. ?Engineer. Paper cuspidors are the latest sanitary novelties. The paper of which they are made is quite stout and is coated with parafine. They are put in flat bundles at the factory ?that is, in what is termed "knockdown." In this shape they take up hut- little rnnm artri whpn thpv are desired for use it is the work of but a minute to turn the thing into a box well adapted for the purpose for which it is designed. After use it ia consigned to the fire. ??????? t > . ' Do Indians travel on scalped tick ets? A carriage cleaner has to sponge lor a living. When a man longs for money he is generally short. Can a woman be a "silent" partner in business? A pawnbroker died the other day, and now his wife is a "loan" widow. A hasty remark sometimes gets a man in trouble, especially at auction. , The postmaster on Pike's Peak has the highest office in the United States. A married couple who had eighv teen children called the last one "Anonymous." Armour, the pork packer, began life on a newspaper; he made all his money by the "pen." A man went to Atlantic City last summer for a change and rest. The hotel got the change and the porters got the rest. A married man may not be able to find anything in his house when he starts to look for it, but he can always find fault. A young man got married the other day, and his mother-in-law paid his rpnf fnr Ten vears in advance. She wanted to show "pay rental" affection. Farmer?"Mv boy is a baseball pitcher; he has been defeated only twice this season." Visitor?"How many games has he played?" Farmer?"To-morrow will be the third one." ?Selected by Louis Sitner. 1 s u A Selfish Man. He regarded his children as nuisances. He did all his courting before marriage. He never talked over his affairs with his wife. He doled out mqney to his wife as if to a beggar. He looked down on his wife as an inferior being. He never dreamed that there were two sides to marriage. He had one set of manners for home and another for society. He never dreamed that his wife needed praise and compliments. jtie never maae concessions 10 ins wife's judgment, even in unimportant matters. He thought the marriage vow had made him his wife's master, instead of her partner. He thought he had a right to smoke and chew tobacco and drink liquor and be as boorish and brutal to his family as he chose regardless of the effect on them. Surely such a man needs regenerating to be fit to live with, anybody.?Word and iWork. FICTION'S LIMITS. "Do you like fiction?" the girl asked. "Well," he responded, "that depends. Now, something probable, as the 'Ara; bian Nights,' for instance, is all right: | but I draw the line at a Nevada min! ing prospectus."?Philadelphia Ledger. | FITS, St.Yitus'Dance:Nervoas Diseases per! manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. SQ trial bottle and treatise free, i Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. J VERY CLOSE. Church?Did you ever try any of these "close to nature" methods? Gotham?Well, I've used a porous nliastpr'?Vnnkers Statesman. Drop a postal card to The Alaska Packers Association, Advertising Department, Atlanta, Ga., if you use "Argo" and get their Afcrgo Red Salmon Cook Book, with thirty-nine ways ci preparing Salmon. Many a man .who is on the road to fortune doesn't know where to get off. I buffalo Mckinley monument To Be Dedicated During "Old-Home "Week," September 5. The beautiful white marble shaft erected by the State of New York in Niagara Square, Buffalo, N. Y., to the memory of President McKinley, is to be formally dedicated Thursday, September 5. aiyl the event will be the central feature of Buffalo's Old-Home Week, September 1 to 7. Former residents of Buffalo and the public at large are cordially invited to attend the dedication and the gay carnival that will run all the week. I The McKinley monument was planned and executed under the direction of a commission of prominent men at a cost of over $150,000. Buffalo's Old-Home Week will be , a succession of civic and military pageantry, carnival, sports and games, and the electric city will be ablaze with twinkling lights and patriotic decorations. Former residents of Buffalo are asked to send their names and addresses to James W. Greene, chairman Old-Home Week Committee, Buffalo, N. Y. A beautiful souvenir invitation will be mailed to each. The railroads will offer ex cursion rates to and returning from Buffalo. HER IDEA OF IT. Mistress: "And in your last place was there much entertaining done?" Butler: "No, madam. We was allowed no company/at all. That's why I left."?Brooklyn Life. SENSIBLE EDUCATION. A student at the State Normal 8chool at Athens, Ga., has a chance not only to review thoroughly the common school and high school studies, but also to learn the Domestic Arts and Sciences in the best equipped department in the South. Then, too, the school of Manual Arts there gives a most valuable education in drawing, brush work, j color work, decorative design, tool work in J metal and woods, and the various handi- j crafts. Elementary agriculture, nature study, and school gardening teach these ! students what everybody has an everyday, workaday need to know. The Gymnasium, with the outdoor plays and games, keeps the health of the student body well-nigh The School is situated on a hill overlooking tfce city of Athens, and on clear days the Blue Ridge mountains are in view. It "is a health-giving, life-giving climate. The dormitories open Friday night, August 80th, and the new school year begins Tuesday, September 3d. The children of 269 Georgia farmers were in the School last year. New students will need to register promptly for places in the dormitories. Only 400 can be accommodated. NEW KIND OF LEAD PENCIL. Starch Composition Substituted for Wood in Germany. Cedar, commonly employed in the manufacture of lead pencils, is a rather expensive material. On the other hand, in certain countries there are more potatoes of a poor quality than can be readily used. Hence, it occurred not long ago to an ingenious German to use potato starch, suitably -hardened, in place of wood in making I pencils. The ingredients which he adds to his starch are not publicly announced, but his plan has met with considerable favor in Germany. From | a consular report emanating from | Magdeburg, in that country, it appears that a company has been formed to utilize the invention. The author of ; the account sent to Washington says that he has himself seen the new products. Though no bigger than the old pencils, they are a little heavier, and it is said that they can be sharpened more easily. What is more, the composition which is substituted for wood is reported to be cheaper than cedar, so that the cost of manufacture has been reduced. The consul is himself favorably impressed with the idea. - IT TASTES JUST THE SAME. "You say you were in tne saloon at the time of the assault referred to in the complaint?" asked the lawyer. "I was sir." "Did you take cognizance of the barkeeper at the time?" "I don't, know what he call it, but I Took what the rest did."?Lippincott's Magazine. MRS^A. M. HAGER^^N ? I Lydia E. Pinkham's V made from simple native roots and h< it has been helping- women to be st fectly and overcoming pain. It has j paring for child birth and the Chang Mrs. A. M. Hagermann, of Bay Pinkham:?"I suffered from a disp functions so that I had to lie do^ Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corapc that I am able to attend to my dut would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget it will give them." Mrs. Pinkham's Standin Women suffering from any form o Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass. .for ad has been advising sick women free years, and before that she assisted h i ham in advising. Therefore she is [1 sick women back to health. MUST HAVE A CORNER. "Did you ever sell your vote?" asked the impertinent friend. "Never." answered Senator Sorg hum. "A single vote is of no consequence these days. You've got to contract to deliver them in bunches." ?Washington Star. Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo. I ' [ Xo matter how hungry a man may be a single taste of defeat satisfies him. FEARFUL BURNING SORES. " Boy in Misery 12 Years?Ezcema in Kough Scales, Itching and Inflamed?Cured by Cuticura. "Cuticura has put a stop to twelve years of misery 1 passed with my son. As aji infant 1 noticed on his body a led spot and I treated same with different remedies for about live years, but when the spot began to get larger i put liim under the care of doctors. Under their treatment the disease spread to four different parts of His body. ' ^?? * Ixl rA'7/*rli | XSUriDg UIC liaj li> VUJU AVU^U unu fonn Jike scales. At night it would be ! cracked, inflamed and badly swollen, with terrible burning and itching. One doctor told me that my son's eczema was incurable, and gave it up. 1 decided to give Culicura a trial. When I had used the first box of Cuticura Ointment there was a great improvement, and by the time 1 had used the second set of Cuticura Remedies my child was cured. He is now twelve years old, and his skin is as fine and smooth as silk. Michael Stemman, 7 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn, >?. Y., April 16, 1905." Invention is the mother of trusts and promotion is the stepfather. - i There is nothing nicer to have in the larder than a few^cans of Argo Red Salmon, just the thing for unexpected company. A man never becomes a tax dodger unless his income exceeds his outgo. TIRED BACKS. The kidneys have a great work to | do in keeping the blood pure. When ' they get out of order it causes backache, A fry headaches, dizziness, languor and distressjHSfeging urinary troubles. .[Marep^ j|jSg|Keep the kidneys well SgJJand these suffertiilfiSlI save(* y?u* jvirs. a. a. iviuuie, piuprietor of a restaug^Pjgjp|j| rant at Waterville, Me., says: "Before using Doan's Kidney Pills I suffered everything from kidney troubles for a year and a half. I had pain in the back and head, and almost continuous in the loins and felt weary all the time. A few doses of Doan's Kidney Pflls brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until in a short time I was cured. I th'ink Doan's Kidne? Pills are wonderful." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Love not only makes the world go round, but also makes men go broke. Nathan Straus, an Eastern philan? Virnr\icf* tons p<?t ahlished in New York City a series of milk booths where pure sterilized milk is sold to the poor for one cent a bottle. Absolute antiseptic cleanliness is required by him in all branches of the enterprise. In cleansing the milk bottles he uses two things?hot water and borax. The glistening bottles testify to the effect' Vfeness of this method. Some people are proud of their past ?probably because it is past. j Argo Red Salmon is packed by The Alaska Packers Association, the largest Salmon canning firm in the world. They pack over 65,000,000 cans a year. At all grocers. You may lead any woman to talk, but you may not make her think. j Because of tho ALL WOMEN I SUFFER om the same physical disturbances, id the nature of their duties, in S any cases, quickly drift them into a le horrors of all kinds of female a jmplaints, organic troubles, ulcera- I; on, falling and displacements, or 6 ?rhaps irregularity or suppression ; uising backache, nervousness, ir- 5 tability, and sleeplessness. : Women everywhere should re tember that the medicine that holds i ie record for the largest number of H ;tual cures of female ills is > egetable Compound srbs. For more than thirty years ] rong, regulating the functions per- f; ilso proved itself invaluable in pre- |j e of Life. jl Shore. L. I., writes :?Dear Mrs. E placement, excessive and painful E vn or sit still most of the time. B mnd has made me a well woman so E ies. I wish every suffering woman k able Compound and see what relief I g Invitation to Women 1 f female illness are invited to write E vice She is the Mrs. Pinkham who R of charge for giore than twenty 1 ter mother-in-law Lydia E. Pink- E especially well qualified to guide p xr* if r^nnci i** REFERENCE TO JOHN U. DICKiY'S Old Reliable EYE WATER It core* sore eye* and granulated 11 da. It strengthen* weak eye*. It cool* and sooth?* a no re eye. It refreshes and strengthens a tired eye. It don't hurt-when applied. It feels good?children don't dread it. The.genuine always enclosed in a red folding box. Avoid imitations or something recommended ;ust ai good. For chronic sore eye lids, sties and diseased condition of roots of eye lashes, use Dichev's Old Reliable Eye Salve. At all stores or by mail 2scts. DICKEY DRUG CO., Box 50, Bristol. Tenn. U If afflicted Tl.nmnnon'n Cirri fl/oirtn wi.*",if~ liiumpauu dljc naiet Southern Female Eef^fjc)?'nTrmo^' For beautiful catalogue address (VI. W. HA (] [)(]() TELEGRAPHERS WANTED I |l 131 lege. In charge of ex-railway official*. wlUl/u N. R. K. in School-rooms. Positions pa our graduates under a J130 Guarai Write for Catalog. .NATION A1/ TEliEdltAl' ATLANTA COLLEC Up to date. We teach men to be first-class pha greater demand for our graduates than we can sup] mand greater than ever. Address Dr. Geo. F. Fa Is die oldest and first boanest ecBege in Va. to own its building?a fine one. No vacations. Laics and Gentlemen, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship. Typewntwg. Tele grapny. etc. i nice am wigm ay uw> wv> Leading business college south -of the Potomet river."?PAtfa. 8ti>oqraph?r. ^ddiem, G. M. SMiTHDEAL. fi<a6denlRichmond.V?. Telegraphy j^a a a x _ Saummerratei Shorthand Bookkeeping feS jkain line wires run > Ttiegraphy, XliKOL GH BlILUIh'G (HEW&A&flA NACOOCHEE INSTITUTE, Superior health reeort. Most beautiful spot in the state. Telephone communication. Coeducational. Christian. ThePROFANE and those who DRINK not admitted. Morals of the community excellent. Good board from SS to $10per month. Course of study: Music, Literary, Art and Elocution. Full facultv. Graduates and SPECIALISTS. Opening 8ept. >. 1907. Write for catalogue today. J. T. WADE, Pres. J.D. McPIIAIL, V.Prea. MALSBY COMPANY, 41 8. forsyth st., atlanta, ga.. . Manufacturers of and Dealers in ill Kinds of MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. Fortable. Stationary and Traction Kngine*. Boilers, Saw Mills and Grist Mills. Wood-working and Shingle Mill Machinery. Complete line carried in stock. Write for catalogue price*. Address all communication* to Atlanta. Ga. We have no connection* in Jacksonville. Fla. Mule Team BORAA Booklet and Souvenir Picture FR EE* PACIFIC COAST BORAX CO., NEW YORK. CAPUDINE J j IMMEDIATELY CURES 5 1^ HEADACHES up COLDS IN 0 TO 12 HOURS bolt 10c At Dnggsa Business or tne gonuouers 01 vemce is being invaded by women, and tne men are organizing unions to drive them out. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Childrei teething, softens thegums,reducesinflamma tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25cabottl< The total wealth of the United States is equal to that of Great Britain a?nd Russia combined, about $2,000,000,000. seugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use " I r;- ' -' V ? . [alf j I Ten to Twelve Tons per Acre have bee 1 has been systematically treated \vi Our practical book " Fanners' Guide " gives An? It is one of a number of books on successful GERMAN KALI WORKS. 9; Monadnock Bldg., Chicago (Address cff..:; I- They keep your chair-covers just wher cheap. One lady writes: "Send me six m They are even more useful than ornamei rocking chairs." ORDER TODAY. Send Silv Satisfaction Guaranteed TRIO NOVEL! College, LaGRANGE. GA. Oldest College for Women in America. 6, elegant home, fine climate summer and winter. Stand3 thern Colleges In health and sanitation. Fifteen schools. ;o the best music graduate. Faculty of specialists* .Euro>nservatory. J. H. NOP.MaN, Yue. Doc., (Oxft. J and Seven conservatory teachers. Ait rooms taken last year. TTON, Pres.* LaGrange, Georgia* I From this institute before next March. This is an ' excinaive Telegrnib Institute, net a Business ColEstablished Twenty-one Years. Main lines of L A lying $60 per month and upward absolutely guaranteed ity Bond. Y?u can work for yosr expenses. H INSTITUTE, Cincinnati. Ohio. }E of pharmacy. rmaciete and first-class chemists also. We hare a jly. The Fure Food and Drugs Act iA/nating the de,yne, Dean, 62 1-2 Armstrong St.*Atlanta, Ga. CUMBERLAND-EVERBEARING" 1807 RECORD APRIL 20 TO JULY 4TH. fsrSk. 1 in!' \Marvel of Beauty. 8ize\nd MT Procuctirene#;. Stock limit- ' ? ft J ed. Bn/ NOW. plant EAR- oll i F? ,and ha?c berries 10 J? |v ? Weeks next 8pring. Send for 1 1%\1 , , new catalogue and booklet j 1 ly "How to Beautify Home." M ' V o THE CUMBERUJIO NURSERIES, 7 WINCHESTER, TENN. y WOOD, IRON AND STEEL ALL KINDS OP BELTING AND MILL SUPPLIES Lombard Foundry, Machine and Boiler Works 4 Supply Star* AUGUSTA, GA. I irrhf RAW MTIT.R l-'g?l UIX 11 iUiiJl'U j LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES, SAWS AND SUPPLIES, STEAM AND GASOLINE ENGINES. i j Try LOMBARD, ACJ?STA /?\Winti m mix BREAK 1% J Cures Chills; A ^ Fg AJiJ \ Malarial Fevers ; m. CnlLLo /fly _ ( 50c and $1 j W. L. DOUC $3.00 & $3.50 SHOE! ftgr*SH0ES FOR EVERY MEMBER **** THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRICE DD/I ( To any one who cai UUU ) Douglas doom not J7au/0?*r/ )moro Men's $3 & . KG wwUmU (than any other mi THE REASON W. L. Douglas shoes areworr in all walks of life than any other make, is 1 excellent style, easy-fitting, and superior w< The selection of the leathers and other materi of the shoe, and every detail of the making is the most coinpleteorganization of superintende skilled shoemakers, who receive the highest w shoe industry, and whose workmanship caunol If I could take you into my large factories at! and show you how* carefully "W. L. Douglas slio would then understand why they hold their s ? | wear longer and are of greater value than any My$4GHt Edge and SB Gold Bond Shi w. L. Douglas stamps his name and price on I -..a atl/us Tu lr$? "N* o Sill t)K t it 11 te. So | j OUU IUA-+* i\SA CMWVWt , Fast Color Eyelets used exclusively. Cataloo mailed CRESCEf _ GREATEST HEi 85? Non Poisonous, Non I: Dj pain from any cause. As V J sweet milk. Cures burns &7y cures sores and infiamm; fowls?cures cholera, sor< For Sale by all Flrst-C.aa? Dealers. Mfgd. by CRES * ^ vlfaJ valuable facts fcr every sort of crop raisin;. Mm 1 fertilizing which we send free on request. aearest you.) Candler Bldj., Atlanta, Qa. MuufSk . 11 e you put them. Simple, effective and I ore of your Eclipse Chair-Cover-Holders. B ital and I must have one for each of my I '%% er. Stamps or Money Order. j|| . ur mvnvy iic/ uuutu, n*. :y company, i buggiks |b Are 'ke Kin?-PSne of BoS?7-<iora. Tkey - | excel in erery !*" ? ?lw* "xcoree"* tV? K M bdUiag of perfect Tekicle. For etyle. per- B I fectaen in materiel mod cooetrnetioe, ele m 'jM M tence of Saisk end cuarattteed daraMity. E J tker !>? <* do eceel. Write for Catalog. ATLANTA BUGGY CO.. f Atlcnta, Ge. 'fJH i sm^^sovftt | |j j # Lim | US.6QgEBNHENTlKSPaTKW|g ^ [msoi/fflSN-ccnoMiLcai! I NZVWWSAIUQMa-AaAHniWCBESiS s ABDft Hfip To convince any % woman that Pax- feaE 3SB BE BB S& tlne Antiseptic will t^m mm BT" improve her health B B?B? and do all we claim 0 ? " for it. We will . -~jM send her absolutely free a large trial box of Paxtlne with book of lnstruo r;3g tions and genuine testimonials. Send your name and address on a postal card. ?|fl PAXTINES; rnAIIIlb^v : J fections, such as nasal catarrh, pelvic ;} catarrh and inflammation caused by feminine ills; sore eyes, sore throat and mouth, by direct local treatment. Its cur- '"*31 ative power oyer these troubles la extra- ;.J! ordinary and gives immediate relief. a Tliousanas or "women are using ana reo- ? n ommending it every day. CO cents at Eg I druggists or by mail. Remember, however, B I IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY IT, I THE li. PAX TON CO., Boston, Mass, I .. qL.Hg.maji ."VMVa in mmt fflff (At32'-07) srsmitltt i ih tonic Standard for 45 years: (eaves no bad effects like quinine; pleasant to take; children like it, seldom falls to make permanent cure. Guaranteed under Food and Drugs Act of Jane 30, 1906. At your druggists; or sent prepaid )n receipt of price. OS ~K 1 5 THE WORLD Jjggjgk t prove IV. L mako A me/I 93.BO mhoem MA s nufacturar. es are made, you hape, fit better, em other make. V oes cannot bo equalled at any price* the bottom to protect you against lugh pncea Id by the best shoe dealers everywhere. , r free. W.L.l>OlTGLAS, Brockton, Man* ANTISEPTIC U.ER KNOWN TO SCiENCE. rritating. Allays Inflammation and stops strong as carbolic acid'and as harmless as instantly; cures old and chronic sores^ xtion from any cause on man or beast. Fop -j ? head and roup. Satisfaction positively; CENT CHEMICAL CO., Ft. Worth, Twasj 5, $(.00, retail.