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wam rest, Sitrap4 rer IMa.
The Bangkok Times announces that
a large floating island on the Mekong
or Cambodia river, in Siam, recently
slipped its moorings, and has not been
seen or heard of since. There were a
number of trees three feet In diameter
on the island, and the land was under
cultivation, The owner has been
bunting diligently for his property.
but has not been able to hear any tid
ings of it. It undoubtedly went down
the river with a freshet and has either
stranded or gone to pieces.
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WHYTHIS SHOWER OPOARTERS
Anm Vrnal Number .t the tlslesee
Lest ,a- se ah,
Twice in the last week Chicago has
been startled by advertisements for
lost garters. This breaks all known
records for one week. Now and then
a v"qnt "lost" ad. setting forth that
a after which was once the secret
pride and boat of some fair one has
slipped its moorings and allen into
profane hands and that a sitable re
ward will be given for its return. But
two in one week seems to be excessive.
There must be something the matter.
It is not a question of locality, for the
lorst garter thrust upen the public no
tice traveled seuth side streets and then
boulevards in its proper station inrth life t
and it was on the south aide that it
burst all bounds and started forth into
the world alone, without its mate.
The latest claimant for public atten
tleo n onethat lineee formerly resided on
ide. The latter one had somethingter. t
of bulerds on its predecessor, inlas-e t
much it boasted a gold bthe outh kle that
the lady owner is particularly anxious
to reosver. For the garter per so she
cares orldt one whit But gold buckles
do not grow on every bush not even
on Tower place, and therefore the lady
is anxious that the honest person whoin
picked up the gold buckle should waive
all sentimental considerations and re
turn it. Why are garters dropping
right and left at this season of the
year? Is it supoerindt. ed by falile
of in embonpoinet on the part of the
fair wearers of the ornements or is a
trust manufacturing the elastie and
maklng it of such an inferior material
that the veryho necessary art peles are a
easily lost? These questions posltively
shriek for a solutioa. At the same time
it might be remarked, honi solt qui mal a
y pense. This remark, in fact, should
have been made at the outset, but it
is never too late to say it. Why should
giarters have gold buckles? And whya
should this be open season for garters?
lOnce more, heal soit qual mral y pnes.
SeomdIttles teo 3epest
Eddie Reed, a boy preacher of Paris,
ill., has induced several of his fellow
townsmen to sign pledtges to retraita
from the wicked game of draw poker.
Little Eddle probably struck a bunch
of losers.-Bu alo E xpress.
Those who knowwhat intense palin
comes with some diseases of
the eye can hardly believe
is able to
do all that is claimed for it,
but a trial soon convinces
any one of the extraordinary
curative powers of this little
Price 25 cents. All druggists.
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CHINESE IMPERIAL TROOPS.
CHINBES IMPERIAL TROOPS.
The " Bouxer" f Ehina.
A Secret Soclety Whose Object is to
HE "Boxers," or "Righteous
ness and Peace Fist Society,"
as they have been called, rep
resent the periodical revolt of
Chinese conservatism against the in
flux of foreign influence and foreign
methods. They originated with the
people of the Wist :ru provinces, large
ly in Shantung, who looker aghast as
they saw foreigners coming in and
taking by force what they considered
their own patrimony. Murmurings
grew on every hand. This came to the
knowledge of the Manchu leaders, al
ready wondering how they were to
hold their own against the twenty mil
lions of young Chinese who, during
the brief reform administartion, had
acquired a taste of Western life with
its opportunities and ambitions. It
was not sufficient to gain control of
the Government, replace the aggres
sive Emperor by the reactionary Em
press Dowager, secure the dismissal
and flight of the reform leaders and
Sold the machinery in their hands.
The poison of reform had spread all
over the country, and was constantly
SHINESE L UN CREW WITH FIELD PIECE.
being instilled into the people in num
berless ways. The only effective
method was to expel the foreign ele
ment, eradicate it altogether. Hence
they looked with favor upon the new
movement; encouraged It secretly,
guarded it from interference, without.
however, patronizing it openly. When
the movement became so strong that
the German authorities threatened to
interfere, it was transferred west and
north, and appeared in Pe-chin-ll, the
province of Pekin.
There must have been shrewd lead
ers among the insurgents. They took
special pains, for the most part, to
avoid open collision with European
Governments. The foreigners them
selves, while aimed at, were reached
by the peculiarilly Chinese method of
indirection. Their persons, with one
exception, were not touched. It was
their followers that felt. the blow.
Missionaries were left in safety, but
native Christians were butchered. The
movement grew. apd the crowd became
more open in its manifestations. The
men drilled in the very square of Pe
kin, and not a word was spoken from
the Palace to hinder. In the provinces a
quasi effort was made to suppress
them, but with the order for suppres
sion went a private order to the Gov
ernor to be patient with the people,
whose Intention was not evil, even if
some of their actions could not be ap
proved. At first the foreign embassies
contented themselves with protests.
To these there came the usual form of
Oriental assent, and the usual attend
nnt Oriental delay. As Pekin, how
ever. was threatened, and the possi
bility appeared of danger to the em
INTERIOR OF UNITED STATh:; LEGATION AT PEKIN.
(This Is the courtyart of Minister Conger's boue in the Chinese capital.)
bausles. the demands lenmtue more ur
gent. Ships of war gathercd at Tien
tsia, and marines were landed andl, de
spite the protests of the Tsungil Ya
men. transported to the capital.
The "Ioers" profes~ to Inb no or
gpalsatlon for the cultivation of gynm
.Mastles. but, like the Turnt Verein.
-Hcbl so perturlbd the retrograde goyv
srmNui at Uer ang la tse das oft
the Holy Alllance, they conduct a se
cret political movement and uphold
the ultra-conservative and anti-foreign
tenets of that energetic, indomitable
old lady and thorough-going reaction
ary, the Empress Dowager. It is an
open secret that the 'Manchus, the rul
ing race in China, encouraged and sup
ported the "Boxers," and probably it is
to their patronage that the society
owes its remarkably rapid spread from
Shan-Tung, where is was organized,
throughout the whole province of I'e
chin-li. TLe ,ise of a strong, popular
CENTRAL BUSINESS STREET IN PEKIN.
movement against Christians, foreign
ers and native reformers was undoubt
edly a consolation to the Manchu man
darins and the Empress. indeed, last
January they were referred to in tones
of high approbation by the latter au
gust personage, and, in consequence,
it is impossible to withhold some meas
ure of sympathy for the "Boxers" in
the position in which they find them
selves. They believed they were bask
ing in the light of imperial favor, and
the Dowager Empress's edict certainly
lent color to that supposition. That
edict, which it was understood at the
CITY OATE, PEKIN.
time had special reference to the "Box
ers," drew at once a wide distinction
betwern "those reckless fellows who
band together. and create riots," in
other words, seditious societies, and
"the submissive and loyal subjects"
who "learn gymnastic drill for the pro
tection of their families c unite the
villages in their districts for mutual
protection, in other words, the "Box
"But the local authorit;es." the edict
went on to say, "make no distinction,
and, mistakenly listenin:g to groundless
rumors. treat thnem all as seditious sub
jects and ruthlessly put them to death.
The instructions to the local officers
should be precise, that in all cases of
this kind they shonud only inquire
%.hetber the men were rebels or not.
and should not consider whether they
belong to a society or a relig!ous sect."
Reading between the lines, the wean
ing of the edict is plain. Free liberty
of action was to be given to any so
clet wrhlkh Ilo r to the throne;
while stern suppression was to be
meted out to all those who, directly or
indirectly, belonged to disaffected as
Edwin Hurd Conger, United States
Minister at Pekin, under whose dire(d
tion American marines have been
tlnded for the protection of American
interests against the "Boxers," was
born in Knox County, illnois, March
7, 1843. Mr. Conger is a man of will
EDWIN H. CONGER.
(American Minister at Pekin.)
and nerve. HIe was educated in Lom
bard University, graduating. In the
class of 1862. lie turned from the
schoolroom to military service in the
Union Army. He began the study of
law at the close of the war, and grad
uated from the Albany Law School in
1806.. He first practiced law at Gales
burg in 1868, and then removed to
Dexter, Iowa, where he became en
gaged in farming, stock raising and
banking. He was elected treasurer of
.Dallas County, Iowa.. in 1877, and
again in 1879. In 1880 the Republi
cans chose him for State Treasurer of
Iowa, and re-elected him in 1882. Af
ter this he served three terms in Con
gress, leaving his position there to
become Envoy Extraordinary ant Min
ister Plenipotentiary to Brazil. From
this his advancement to the important
post at Pekin was rapid. He is ranked
as one of the ablest of American rep
resentatives in foreign countries.
WVhat Struck Ilim.
Like the dyspeptic who said that the
only food he ever liked was the food
he couldn't get, a certain Patrick
once a soldier, now a family servant
seems to have been especially suscep
tible to what may Ie called negative
impressions. This son of Erin, says
the Paris American Register, brought
an honorable scar or two from India.
Once he described his part in a bat
tie-the advance, the gallop, the
charge, and how, as one rider fell dead
from his saddle, the death grip of his
fingers on his pistol discharged it and
killed his own horse.
"What struck you most forcibly
when all was over and you looked
hack to it?" asked a friend.
"Ah," said the old servant, reflect
ively, "I think, sir,"-with simplicity
"that what struck me most forcible, t
sir, was the Iullets that missed me!"
Birds as WVeather Prophets.
Birds are generally looked, upon as
good weather prophets, and the fol
lowing may be taken as a general in
terpretation of their signs. If swal
lows fly near the ground there will
be rainy or windy weather. If chicks
seek shelter it will be wet. If chick
ens and other fowls pick their feath
ers the weather will be cloudy and
damp. If during severe frosts roost
ers crow early, the thermometer will
rise. When ducks bathe land quack
there will be rain. When they are
quiet there will be a thunderstorm.
If a cat scratches for a warm place
the weather will be colder. If it
scratches a door. table or other object
with its claws, there will be windy
and snov weather.-London Science
The Demand For Baboons.
The baboons and chimpanzees are
ferocious and hard to handle, but
bring good prices and there is always
a demand for them. The opening of
new zoological gardens throughout the
United States has increased the trade
in monkeys; but the American cir
cus has always offset the greater num
ber of zoos in Europe and has made
this country a good monkey market.
The clown and the monkeys are the
two indispensable circus adjuncts. The
rest of the outfit may be thin spread
and unsatisfactory, but if the monkey
and the clowns are in good working
order, the children, at least, will get
their money's worth. So the manager
of even the smallest traveling circus
keeps his monkey cages full, and, as
the exposure kills off the animals rap
idly, he has to be constantly replenish
ing the stock. It is hard on the mon
keys. but the making of the deaers.
A Irolley Line in Miniature.
What is probably the smallest work
ing electric railway in the country is
under construction at Macon, Mo. It
is owned by the Blees Miniature Rapid
Transit Company, and When complet
ed will be a mile in length, running
around the grounds of a private park.
The gauge of the road is three feet
two inches, and each car will carry
eight people. The road is a miniature
in its corporate as well as its physical
body, for its otfficers are children.
Frederick Blees, thirteen years; old,
is president and motorman; Alvin
flees, ten years old, is vice-president;
Roy D)enslow. thirteen years of age,
is secretary; the treasurer is eight-year
old Willie Blees, and the assistant su
perintendent is Raymond Kirsch, who
is thirteen years old. The road oper
ates In Mrs. flees's park, and is cap
italized for $10,000.
Burials in Houses.
In certain jarts of Africa it is
considered a mark of disreslwet to
bury out of doors at all. Only slaves
r are treated in such unceremuonious
fashion. The honored dead are bur
- led inder the ttnor tf the h6use.
Tb aedu t natural harbW Ia Porte did
,nee is at Jobo. on theo metheast W
east. It is large enouah sad deep Da
aSagh to ecoema edate ships et any far
draught, but it eeds as improved en- de
trance. In additUoe to the commercial rot
value of Jobes harbor, it has a strant you
gio importance not urpassed it thi the
part of the world. It is pertfetly shel- i
tered and screned. A aval leet sta- v
htoned there might block any Euro.- *-T
pes expedition directed toward Cuba, whi
the Isthmus canal, or the Paci Boast. *.N
Creeds on the Restauwmat deo.
"We made a great mistake in build
ing our church." "How so?" "Why, a.
the audience room ought to be smaller
and the kitchen and parlors larger."- 1
Indianapolis Journal lam
Millions for BaseballL for
A million of dollars are sjent every year
upon the game of baseball, but large as this an
sum is, it cannot begin to equal the amount an
spent by people in search of health. There sp
is a sure method of obtaining strength, and
it is not a costly one. We urge those who
have spent muoh and lost hope to try Hos- w
totter s Stomach Bittdrs. It strengthens the Al
stomach, makes digestion easy and natural, ate
and cures dyspepsia, constipation, billous
ness and weak kidneys.
Young man keep up a stiff upper lip. for t
you won't find the world inclined to think
more of you than you think of yourself. lar
of hair c
from lack to
of hair at
food. The g
AIR hair has a
S no life. of
It is starved. It keeps
coming out, gets ca
thinner and thinner,
bald spots appear, oi
then actual baldness. 6.3
The only good hair de
the roots, stops
starvation, and the I
hair grows thick and t
long. It cures dan- at
druf also. Keep a e
bottle of it on your
It always restores cc
color to faded or gray ca
hair. Mind, we say 2C
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
" I have found your Hlair Vigor re
to le the best remedy I have ever
tried fir the hair. 5.y hAir was T
falling out ieryv Iad, so I thought ti
I wouldt try a rortle of it. 1 hlad
used oIl" on,' boittle. and my hair tt
sto, peld falling out, and it is now fc
real thick and long."
NAN a J. MOcNTe.AsTLr, I
July 28, 1898. Yonkers,N.Y. 01
WrNe the Doeter, M
He will send you his book on The re
lair and Sraip. Ask him any quoa
lion you wish about your hair. You p
will -reeve a prnompt answer free.
Address, DR. J. C. AYER.
"It intrue," affirmed Uncle Allen Sparks
"that it is never tno late to mend. but it is
somotime"- too late to do a good job."-Cbl- a
.otlre-Twotraveling salesmen wanted in each 01
gate. Salary andeaxperse xpeenc ufn leeos
Isry. Pocahon.as Tobacco W its. Bedford City. Va
In Southern Fralnce successful efforts have Ii
been made t, arre-t forest fires by growing
the juicy cnct'ts plan'ts in open spaces sepa
rating the section, of tile forests.
Ladles' ( an Wear Shoaes
One stzo smaller after using Alien's Foot, E
Ease. a powder for the feet. It makes tight y
or new sho.s easy. Cures swollen, hot
sweating, aching feit, ingrowing nails, corns
and ,unins. At all druggists and shoe 0
stores, 256 Trial package FREE by mail. r
Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
There is a politeness of the heart, and it is
allied tolove. It produces the most agreea
ble politeness of demeanor.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consumption
has an equal f, r coughs and cnlds.-JoXn F.
BoYR, I rinity Springs. Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
The grand essentials to heppine.s in this
world a',e .omethi.i, toldo, something to love
and something to hope for.
Write Dr. C. J. Moffett, St Louis, Mo., for
his valuable little TEETMINA Wash-List Book,
Good sense is a diamond, modesty is the
sets Ini, and nelther would be perfect without
The lest Freecription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of (Gnov'5 TIsarsum
CIt.Lt TonsIc. It Is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteleuss form No car-no pay. Price O0.
Lovers are like puppies, they play then
quarrel, then fight, then givelt up. and then
beg:nto play puppy over again.
Happiness cannot be bought, but one of
the great hindrances to its attainment can be
Sremoved by Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti.
It is all right for a man to work the excuse
of spring fever on his wife, but he should
avoid spr.nging it on his employer.
e Mr.Wlnsliw's Soothing Syrup for cbhildren
teething, softens the gums, reducing inflma
e lion,allays lusin cures wind coli, 260 bottle
e If Pougilist Corbett enters congress he will
I find some very clevercompetitors inthe sine
stepping busines,.-Milwaukee Bentinel.
i W. H. Griffin, Jackson, Michigan, writes:
'~nuffered with Catarrh for fifteen years.
hIall's (latnrrh Cure cured me," Sold by
I' Druggists. 75c.
Dried orange peel, allowed to smolder on a
S pirce of redhot iron or an old shovel will kill
- any bad odor and leave a fragrant one be
. FIT prermanently cured. Io rits or nervousness
cii'r irst day'., .* nID r. Kline's Grest Nerve
]. it, Hticr. sa tral aott,¢ and trsyatie free Da. a.
II. i.LINE, Ltid., 9:41 Arlch St., I'his., Pa.
Why does a man always prefer to see some
other fellow's ~sater pictured in ery gym
Did You Evet Run Aeroees
an old letter-ink all faded out? Couldn't
have been C;arter's Ink for it doesn't fade.
S Lillian Russell todignantly dentes that she
in engaged to William C. YWhltney. Miss
. Russell's denial was the first news of the
t matter that got into general circulation.
y We refund 10e for every package of Pur
S a. FA PoDtLes Dra that falls to rive autls
iaction. Mo,,nroe Drug o., Unionville, Mo.
Bold by at draggists.
d, A p anut wagon in' hiosago caught fire the
other night, and some excited man turned in
i ar alarm. Six engine oompanie, two trock
t; companies and three marshals responded.
' Carse a Oeldm to oe Day.
1' Take ITAXaIV BOenao QuNIa TAsmWil All
- dregl-tis refund the m.,ney If it falls, snre.
V.W. OaOvu' sinature is o each hog. MSe.
Even chtropodlst. may mount the pnnacle
of fame, but they are foroed to begin at the
4 p * 'I ,4f,_y l+M~ ,f` `ý!vN) º I / r ý
The Oramw may "WIo obe aio
s.hr (Iov d. yea an4 yourself?) or
"WIG ,efts?" (How gnas it?); the -
Duteh h"e. vaart iJ?" (ow do you I -
taret?); the Itallus, "Oome state (Bew a
do y stetM?); the Preach "COmmeit I
toes portes-vooe" (How do you rmsy
yourself?). In 8paJn, as in GorW, I
the usual greetings are "Comeo eta a
usted?" (Heow are you) or "Quo tal I
Va" (How goes it?). The Greeks say t
"TI Kamete?" (What do you do?), I
while in China the expressios i, I
"Rave you eaten your rice?"
DOGS KILLED BY OAS.
I. Eaur I L Xthod t Dilpestag eo Them
ir Adopte d hc leage.
The Chicago Humane Society has at
last hit upon a novel but effectual
means of disposing of vagrant curs be
fore the heat of summer sets in. They
are being gathered up from the streets
t and asphyxiated by gas. Calls are re
sponded to by the Humane society
D when made by residents of the city
9. who may be bothered by stray dogs.
ie & number of women, who may be actu
sted by humanitarian impulses, are co
operating with the society to gather
up the animals left to wander and
r starve along the thoroughfares. It is
largely due to their repeated requests
for a milder means of destroying dogs
that the new scheme of extermination
by gas has been brought about. They
consider death by shooting an unnec
essarily painful process. A small
metal tank closely sealed with a tight
cover is filled with common illuminat
ing gas admitted by a tube. A small
aperture in the cover permits the air
to be forced out. Into this tank, one
at a time, the dogs are dropped, the
gas is turned on, and in thirty seconds
they are unconscious and in less than
a minute they are lifeless. Two feet
of gas is considered sufficient quantity
to kill a dog, and the expense amounts
to practically the same as the bullet.
Prof. Walter Wilson,
Of the Favannah High School, says:
"I feel it my duty to testify to the won
derful curative properties cf Tetterine.
It has cured in a few days my son,
whose feet has been very badly afflict
ed with some stubborn skin trouble,
after having used a number of reme
dies without any benefit." 60o. at
druggists or by mail from J. T. Shup
trine, Savannah, Ga.
"THE MESSIAH" ON THE PLAINS
Annual MEsleal Event of the West That
"Because of Its surroundings, and
uplifting by its earnest methods and
teaching, the Easter performance of
'The Messiah,' by the Swedish colony
at Lindsborg, in central Kansas, is
each spring one of the interesting
events of the west," writes Charles M.
Harger in the Ladies' Home Journal.
"A musical fistival that, out on the
comparatively sparsely settled prairies,
can bring together 10,000 people dur
ing holy week, many of them coming
200 miles, must be excellent indeed.
The growth of the audiences in this
instance, year after year, indicates a
thorough appreciation of a worthy
rendering of Handel's great oratorio.
The Swedes are a singing people, and
the religious sentiment is strong in
their hearts. The one cherished day
for this colony of perhaps 3,000 fami
lies is Easter,and the chief glory there
of is 'The Messiah.' Four hundred
men and maidens participate in these
renditions. The orchestra numbers 50
pieces, and is supplemented by a three
manual pipe organ. The leaders, di
rectors and soloists are all members
of the Lindsborg community, and
teachers in the collere there."
Children in Japam.
is From one end of Japan to the other
bi' a child is treated as a sacred thing,
be it one's own or a stranger's. Each
.ch one carries its name and address on
S a ticket round its neck; but should it
indeed stray from home food and
re shelter and kindness would meet it
Agaiast Her Prlaelple5.
"It Is all over between us," said Miss
ot Dinsmore, firmly, to Mr. Dolley. "Take
your ring." "Keep it," replied Mr.
s Dolley, mournfully. "I couldn't think
toe of such a thing. It is my invariable
'll rule to return the ring when I break
an'engagement." said Miss Dinsmore.
THE BLACK DEATH
S~ ' BUBONIC PLAGUE,
"'* ' " ASIATIC CHOLERA,
all begin In the bowels. It's the unclean
places that breed infectious epidemics, and
it's the unclean body-unclean inside-that
"catches" the disease. A person whose
stomach and bowels are kept clean and
whose liver is lively, and blood pure, is
safe against yellow fever, or any other of
the dreadful diseases that desolate our
beautiful southland. Some of the cleanest
people outside are filthiest inside, and they
are the ones who not only "catch" the
infection, but endanger the lives of all their
friends and relatives. There's only one
certain way of keeping clean inside so as to
prevent dicease and that is to take CASCARETS. _ Perfect disinfectant and bowel
strengtheners. All diseases are
TI u IOc.25c.
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or a Weefmses
A man's ideal of womanhood Is ea.
orally worth knowits, ma for tli
reason the followiag sentence from an
artleo ai the Humanitarisa, written
W Prof. Mantegasza, will be read with
Interest: "In order to approach to the
perfection jequired in the future, wem
an should try to improve herself phys
ically, morally and intellectually
three adverbs which represent the
great human trinity, three gods in one
god, the god of happiness, who is the
a Did You Ever Know
any one who smoked the same kind 0
* of Five Cent cigar any length of 0
time? Five Cent cigar smokers are
* always dissatisfied-always trying
* something new-or something differ
* ent, as there always seems to be some- *
Sthing wrong about the cigars they have
been smoking. Ask your dealer for
I Old Virginia Cherootsg
They are always good. *
Three hundred million smoked this year. Price, 3 for 5 cents. i
FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
"NewRIval," "Leader," and "Repeater"
lsisat upon having them, take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
DI. MOFFETT'S Allars Irritation, Aids Olgestlo
T H IRegulates the Bowels,
Strengthens the Child,
nyl Makes Teething Easy.
(Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the Bowe
Troubles of Children of
Cos oniy 25 ets at Drsts, ANY AGE.
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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Tulane University of Louisiana.
Its advantages for practical instruction, both
in ampie laborato ies and abundant hospital
materials are nnequnaled. Free access given to
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30.000 patientsannually. special Iustreution is
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SOUTHERN DENTAL COLLEGE.
Atlanta College of Physicians and S urgeons
ItLDIaT COLLEOU Iw STATR. Fourteenth An
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Those contemplating the study of Dentistry
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Address S. W. FOSTEB. Dean.
62-03 Inmnan Building. Atltuta. Ga.
Forn VYoua Womesn.
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