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New York has a plan of making a
"gallery of the photographs of hablit
All Itching diseases are embarrass
ing as well as annoying. Hunt's Cure
will Instantly relieve and permanent
ly cure all forms of such diseases.
Guaranteed. Price 50 Cts.
To hear awoman describe the menu
of a dinner party a man could sup.
pose they ate nothing but clothes.
De Your Clothes Look Yellow?
Then use Defance Starch. it will keep
twhe white-l16 s. for 10 cents.
Salzburg has a cafe which has been
in existence for 150 years.
All Up to Date Housekeepers
*S Dfance Cold Water Starch, becaunse
btr sd 8 Os. more of it or same
A Webster City man refused $1.500
for a hog the other day. The hog died
the next day--t least one of them
t , OILED,
.. seem lg Tomm
JWO ..r n ý. *ew1r4
anUws how important b.
ot se agood starch. Deance
Starch is the best starch
msde. It doesn't stick to
the fron. It gives a beautl
ul so lessy stilffness to the
clothes. It wil not blistee
or craack the goods. f sek
for less, goes farther, does
more. Ask the lady who
irons. Defiance Starch at all
grocers. 16 oz. lor 0 cents.
The DRlIAN(e STARCH C(.
QLMQAU - -. a,
tlpane Tabuies are the best dye.
pepels medicine ever made. A
sndrd ntllluns of them have
been sold In the United States i
a single year. Constlpation, heart
burn, slck headscse. dtxzznes, had
breath, sore throat, and every 111
nes . ari lng fromn a dlttrdered
-tomach are relieved or cored by Rilpans Tabmlee.
Ote will generally give relief within twenty mln
Utes. The bvo-etst preekage'l enough tor ordinary
cc-aeloos. All druggslatas eil thcm.
represent the experience of 35
years of ammunition making.
U.M.C.on the head of a cart
ridge is a guarantec of quality.
Ask your dealer.
CaitaF r nt
THE UHION METALLIC
relief. Reniove atll
IL.. 51I19 EWE v-elling in 8 to ao
cure to 6 days. Trial treatment free.
Dr. H H. Green's Sons, Box 5. Atlanta, Ca.
o , ......Tho mpson's Eye Water
W. N. U. HOUSTON-NO. 45. 1903
S l8 AID*
SUES WHERE ALL EL rAP
tmaSo by d at
An Electric Typewriter.
If by the use of an applied power the
ordinary typewriter could be operated
by depressing the keys one-eighth of
an inch, requiring only the lightest
touch to produce both the ordinary
impression of the type face and the
powerful stroke necessary for mani
folding, such a machine would reduce
by fully four-fifths the exertion which
the operator is compelled to put forth
in running one of the ordinary ma
chines. It is just such a machine
which a Connecticut inventor has pro
duced, as illustrated in the picture. It
has its own individual motor, with con
nection to an incandescent electric
light socket, and is stated to require
about one-fourth as much power to
operate it as is consumed in a sixteen
candle power light. The type in this
machine is formed on the face of a
wheel, making partial revolutions in
either direction before being depressed
to the paper. Upon depressing any key
ever so little there is a swift whirl
of the type wheel, a blow on the pa
per, and the wheel is back In place
before the operator can possibly touch
the next letter of the word he is writ
ing. Even the movements of the car
riage is controlled by levers, two lit
tle friction disks being brought into
contact with the rapidly revolving
shaft of the motor by depressing keys
labeled "R" and "L" to move the car
riage to the right or left. Touching a
slide on the left side of the machine
makes the carriage stop any number
of spaces from the end of the line to
start a paragraph. When the carriage
is moved to the right to start a new
line a small lever, striking an inclined
track, traverses the incline to the top
and gives the platen a turn to space
the sheet of paper for the new line.
The inking of the type wheel is done
by a small felt roller suspended in the
path which the wheel is compelled to
travel in making its impression, and
there are the u'ual number of car
riage adjustments for space, marginal
and tabulating stops.
G. C. Blickensderfer of Stamford,
Conn., is the inventor.
New Agricultural Combination.
With all his reapers, binders, mow
ers, drain drills and other farm ma
chinery and a modern electric plant to
furnish power for them, the two hand
implements will continue to be used
on the farm. But if the inventor can
not succeed In disposing of these im
plements entirely, he has come to the
conclusion that he can at least com
bine the two in such a manner as to
make one handle serve for both, and
also shape the teeth of the rake so
that they will intermesh and form the
hoe. How this has been accomplished
can best be understood by studying
the drawing, where the combination is
shown in both its forms. The handle
is provided with a triangular clamping
head, with thumbscrews which hold
the two sections of the implement in
either position. When placed end to
end, with the teeth projecting in the
same direction, a fairly respectable
rake is produced, while to form a hoe
the two sections are meshed together,
the teeth of one entering the slots of
the other and forming a smooth sur
face, with the lower edge sharpened
to cut weeds and till the soil after
I the manner of an ordinary hoe.
Alan C. Miller of Newark, N. J., is
Dust Treatment Successful.
cSeveral roads in the environs of
Paris were tarred last year to combat
the dust evil. The Inspector General
of Roads and Bridges went over them
recently, and found them in excellent
condition. During his tour of Inspec
tion a number of automobiles tarred
some roads to demonstrate the facility
of the operation. The cost is less than
i cent per square metre (less than two
square yards), and the road thus
treated is said to retain its surface al
High Speed Electric Car.
One hundred miles an hour is the
speed which the Aurora, Elgin and
Chicago Electric Railroad Company
expects to make this fall in a tes:;t
run. A motor car equipped with a
special gear s13 beipg manufactured.
The result of the test is counted upon
to demonstrate as never before the
possibility of electric railroad traffic
"Avaunt and qult me sight!" says
our heroine. "I point the finger of fate
he at you!"
"a Our Hero. Patrick O'Tunder-for it
of is indeed that worthy man-smiles his
st best smile and replies with much ani
be "The finger av fate? Shure, if yure
I fate has fingers yes ought to draw
ce enough wa-ages in a dime-muse-um to
ch s'pport the unfarch'nit mon thot gits
th ye fer a husband."
a- And having thus retorted, he speed.
ie ly "avaunts."-Judge.
It Daring Man.
n- "I'm anxious to get the names of all
Ic present," said the reporter. "Will you
rO oblige me--"
to "Oh:" said the meek little man. "you
en may put down 'DIrs. Henry Peck and
is husband.' "
a "You mean 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry
in Peck,' don't you?"
td "I would prefer that." he replied.
sy with a furtive glance over his shoul
rl der, "but for goodness' sake don't say
a- that I gave it to you that way."
:h Worse Either Way.
a "D'ye know, Holligan, you look like
1e the divil wid a mustache."
er "Yls; I'm goin' to shave it off."
to "Lave it on; yez'll look worse with'
se out it."-Life.
An Ancient Jest.
1 Hippocrates drew his lancet to per
ce form his first operation of bleeding the
se "Behold, brother." he said, "I know
naught of metallurgy, nor am I one to
to waste time delving in earth for pre
ad cious metals, but I have been pros
r- pecting around here long enough to be
reasonably sure that I am about to
open up a rich vein."
'.' Whereupon the patient- groaned and
kicked the bucket to save time.
"This is the chicken salad," said the
a- caterer's boy, as he delivered the pack
to age. "I guess it was your husband
id that ordered it sent, ma'am."
ad "Yes," said Mrs. Nuwed. "Here's
n' the money. Now, how do you make
e "W'ell, I don't know, ma'am."
n- "You don't. Oh, but my husband
to told ime if I paid you you'd give me
ad the receipt."
be That's Enough.
?d Munny-I don't see why I should in
19 vest any money in pushing your inven.
Ic Maydit-Why not? The thing's on
1g the market now.
Id Iunony-But it doesn't work as you
in say it does.
to Maydit-It works the public. What
1e more do you want?
Waiting for the Proper Age.
r, Proud Mamma-You haven't kissed
of the baby.
Bachelor Uncc---Um-cr-I'll try to
remember next time. I'll kiss her
when I-cr-come back from China.
"When will that be?"
"Let-me-see. In about sixteen
Harry-Blanche says she has in.
superable reasons for remaining
Horace---Yes, I know what they are.
Harry-Then she has told you?
I-Iorace-No, but I have seen her.
"t 'Oh. Tommy. is he t'rowin' a fit?"
- "Naw. He's just takin' his prelim
d !nary football trainin'."
Lu Real Knowledge.
ro "Of course," said the amateur basss
Is with a seif-camplaccnt air, "it's a good
Li- thing to know that you can sing so
"Huh!" interrupted one of his dis
gusted auditors. "it's. still better to
10 know that you can't."-Philadelphia
t Delicate Thrust.
a Mitss Olde-Harry said he'd like tus
d. to be married in a balloon. He's fond
n of freak marriages.
Le Miss Rose-But why go to the trou
ble of going up in a balloon?
Hojr o farmer wrs -
OnTHY of a high- However, necessity knows no law and Irritation of the r , /
er recommendation Mr. Plangmsn paid half down and took bladder shows that I u f
than I can find the treatment and followed it faithful- the kidneys are out ,
words to express." ly for four weeks, of order. Delay in
This is what Mr. Naturally, he thought that he would prompt attention
J. H. Plangman (of soon be rid of the trouble, but in spite often causes serl
Sherman. T e x.) of the doctoring he goes on to add, "I ous complication.
says of Doan's was in such misery that it was almost Relieve and cure
Kidney Pills. He impossible for me to do my work." sick kidneys and
tells his experience in the following "It was at this juncture that Dean's ward oft dangerous
words: He says, "Sometime in Septem- Kidney Pills came n . . diabetes, dreaded
ber I was taken with a dull aching pain to my notice and I r8fl 7tJ dropsy and Bright's
across the small of my back. directly procured some from f, disease, by using
over the kidneys. I paid small attention the drug store of C. Af Dea o a' s Kidney
to this at first, thinking it would pass E. Craycroft. I Pills.
off. But instead of getting better it used these pills They begin by
became worse and in a short time the according to direc- healing the delicate
pain centered through my left hip and tions and to my membranes and re
'If/l7 BO7 down my left leg surprise I was con- C ducing any inflam
as far as the knee." siderably relieved mation of the kid
Ihe m (87 O! This is precisely on the second day neys, and thus making the aotlon of te
die bwhat kidney trou- and in a short time kidneys regular and natural.
ble will do with the completely cured." AcAing backs are edse 3ip, ack, and lef
body... sowrcom. wlioft b a
It does not al- This is the un- patrwsrm. Skal of h lm s
ways show itself versal experience of ,- .im and dropsy signsa vaish.
at first, but ap- those who have They orrect rine with brick-due adbsagm
pears Just in this been sufferes from Algh-coloreom esxe.tv, pin in poassie6 *b
way, when some Kidney trouble and who have been for- bling, frquencmj. Dean's Kidney Plls dfsse~A
unusual movement tunate enough to test the merits of and remow calculi and grela. Reliues .ss
or action brings Doan's Kidney Pills. plpto leplssrsess
sharp pains and There is nothing wonderful or snag
eexhaustive aches, Ical about this remedy, it simply does Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
telling of sick kid- the work by direct action on the kid
neys. neys. Dean's Kidney Pills are for the
So Mr. Plang- kidneys only and this accounts for
man's experience bore this out. n their speedy and
Continuing, he says: "I did not certain action.
know the cause of the trouble, but Early indications
I am led to believe now that it was mu of kidney trouble
first brought about by jumping in and come from two , '
out of the wagon and in some way I sources, the back
may have strained my back. ' and the bladder.
"I was constantly growing worse," he The back becomes
continues, "and I became very much weak and lame be
alarmed about my condition. I knew ause the kidneys b IAMe--*-.......-...........-.
that something had to be done or serious
results were sure to follow. I went to are sick, and re- p, o...-»-"-...........-..."....... ......
a specialist here in Sherman. and under- lief from backache
went a rigid examination." can only be corm- S ..
Then he relates how the doctor told plete when the e IM u rn CO. nnlu, .5.hr, fea
him that it was a serious case, but that kidneys are set ý .inast, s wrla addss w r eam,
he could cure him for fifty dollars. Vlil ,~ right. _
Luverne,. Ala.: Lon Shaw and Jim
Chambers were hanged yesterday for
the murder of a negro.
Ever ready, always reliable, are
Cheatham's Laxative Tablets. They
cure a Cold quicker than any known
remedy. Easy to carry, pleasant to
take. Guaranteed. Price 25 Cts.
It takes a father to point an exam
ple, but a mother t obe one.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children.
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse
in the Children's Home in New York, cure
Constipation, Feverishness, Dad Stomach,
Teething Disorders, move and regulate the
Bowels and Destrov Worms. Over 30.000tes
timonials At all 'Druggists. t5c. Sample
FR1E. Address A. S. Olmstod, LeRoy,N. Y.
Modesty i:ever blushes at what Im
modesty pretends to.
For Catarrh and Colds in the head, .
Hunt's Lightning Oil inhaled is a 1
sure cure. A few drops taken inter- c
nally relieves and cures Cramp Colic, C
Cholera Morbus and such troubles.
Guaranteed. Price 25 and 50 cents. t
A dead sure thing would be all right
if it always came to life.
The Rest Results in Starchlng
can be obtained only by using Definnce
itarrh, besides retting 4 oz. more for same
mouney-no cooking reqaired.
The pig in clover is cnvinec-d that
the sward is mightier than the pen. N
To Cure a Cotld In one nay.
Take Laxative Bro,io Quinine Tablete. Al
druggist rofnud monsyif it fails to cure. 250.
The fe?!ow vwho has money to burn -
fe generally sore of meeting his match.
CORPORATIONS and Il,lividuala wiho
Need relieblie Detectyv. Hrv on, Nxupljye
McCamae's Dtcecttve Agency, lHustnxl,, Tex.
The education, of some people is
more orl'r ental than useful.
All creamer.es use butter color.
V. by not do as they do-use JUNk)
TINT BUTTE It COLOR.
Pride ciaen lilts a man up by the
handle attached to his name.
[Mrs. Wtllglnw's Snobigl NSyrup.'
For chllld|lr:n tcurbl|Jt . i|tlr,,ur tule lzlnuu, rrutlucsfu.
Iaanaoau, lasypa. Cr,irs wind colc. n cabcias
"Know thyself," but don't overdo
the thing by being too exclusive.
McCAN'ES I)ETECTIVIE AG(;INCY.
Ioclt n, Toeas., for trainerd and r.zlable
It often happens that the silent part
ner has the most to say.
Mu-lic hath charms to soothe the
savage breast, b:t Simmons' Cough
Syrup soothes any breast; if same be
afflicted with Colds, Coukhs an-l like
troubles. Guaranteed. Price 25 and
Wisdom is the namen some men ap
ply to their self-conceit.
I do not belIevo Piro's Curn for Consumption
has an equal for coughis and .olds.-Jolus
lDo'lS Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 65, 190.
If time is money that of some peo
ple must be lead nickels.
i DWB LLL$ BYES
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bands nor spot the kettle. Onnn iOo package colors eli her silk, wc ol or cotton eqlually well. andc siuaranteed to givo perfect results. Pu* m
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Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
Don't spend from $50 to $O00 for a gun, when for so
much less money you can buy a Winchester Take.
Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. our
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
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The human body is constantly pro
ducing poisons, which are carried
off through the kidneys and bow
ols. When these organs become
clogged then look out. Constipe
tion, Sick Headache, Stomach Trou
ble, Fevers and Biliousness result.
acts gently on the liver, kidneys
and bowels. Cures Indlgestion and
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You can save frcm $3 to $5 yoarly by
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Thecy cquarl tlIO
that Ihae ee!l:r l(ot
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their s ipcrjio:'i:y over
SoIil by rtrail tihno IF ..
-olootrs cevcry whey ýr w
That fnuIla .lt (or.
rarall II1 Uatc..t her a.li..
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WI~la pnoauL. }flict Ynb. Ca.., P.O. 162, B&.ta~naoro, Da..
OPIUM, WHISKEY AND ALL
Cured Without Pain at Your RHo .
W: HAVE A PRIVATE SANATORIUM FMO
If you are addicted to these habitr yFe
think you will quit it, but you won't, yon
can't, unaided, but you can be cured anl
restored to your former health and viygc
without pain or the loss of an hour frOa
your business at a moderate cost. The med
icine builds up your health, restores yoer
nervous system to its normal condition; yaw
feel like a different person from the begiq
ning of treatment, LEAVING OFF THE
OFIATES AFTER TH'E FIRST DOSE. .
Yon will soon be convinced and fully satist
fied in your own mind that you will be cus~d
Mr. T. M. Brown, of DeQueen. Ark.,
says : "Over seven years ago I was cured ao
the opium habit by your medicine, and have
continued in the very best of health sino'."
D)r. \V. M. Tunstail, of Lovingston. Va.,
says: "I ant glad to say that I firmly believe
that I am entirely and permanently cured of
the DIrink Habit, as I have never eves sP
much as wanted a drink in any form since I
took your eradicator, now eighteen months
ago. It was the best dollars I:ever invested."
Mrs. Virginia Townsend, of Shreveport,
La., writes: " No more opium. I bhave
taken no other remedy than yours and I
make no mistake when I say that my healtb
is better now than it ever was in my lifla
and I owe it to you and your remedy. It
has been twelve years since I was cured by
For full particulars address Dr. B. L&
Woolley, 207 Lowndes 31ldg., Atlanta, GL
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with hbnoo of jnzetruatbisn
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a tiny sample. but a largr
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* Iiaf anyone of its value.
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It has done in local t r..
urent of fenmale Ills. our4W
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