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JS"!ir im..t ii,i!in ntil ji.-.j 1m In Turoi") arot-M. Q'Iitii Vi-t.irm m Mfiirlf 77, J,nl KitUslmry i ;.", I'riiioo Holi.ululi.t i 71; ('mint inlil'liowsky, tint lii'i Aulriiifi clmiio.-llor, inC.'i; I'micn ! I sni ff, tln Hi H.itn rliiiiiccllur, i f'i7: Hig, ('tii-pi, lt tli.ui j.r-inii-r, i 77; Mr. (ilmlaluiir. (m Mi, rii I 1'fiiii'rt I'.u uiarck i 81.-I,ir..it .'re .'rent. Han't lit Tmm I. ale fur Ik Meaaaer, .And ilnn't omit wlieti veil aie .klir "P yt.iir (! l itrparatnrr to h vota-, to In. i ida iikiiik iLrm a sum ly iif 1 1 ,,.t si lr r ' T..ii)h H tier. tli nrrat fmlf for era nk u. Traveler. f.,r jilauie or iniine eeklnf foreign rliinr, it win) li. ouiote hy trnmboat or train, Im.Ii1c yai-h'fiiao. ai.d maiiner. testify to the rritirilinl and pre ventive mra y of the Itiltir. whlrh la In r'iniparalii for naua, b.ailai h, dyspepsia, bliiouiia, rlicuwalluiu, cervous ami kidney trouble. If onr l!lf wroinf, our 11 f 1 wromr. and If nur Ufa I runi vte will 11 ml eternity j 1 'lib' floatluir lkiri H..p li rnt an liulta tioilt It I original, T.i only fr.p that Cat, ecuiaiii li.irn anl it Iju i r rent, pure. It la Worthy a trial. Every latly alio trlM II con tinue It una. H.l wrapper Time mut b" fi-rir hard when all hut four out cf Ilia liii alphabet are out of win k. Tir. Kl'mar aMwAfPKnoT our, all Kidney an I (ladder trundle. I'amphlet ami Consultation fra. I-aiioramrv HIiKhainiJin. N. V. Tj eh. dor. car it hn al wai n rarrl"- on In rhool cl. arrieoft mm li vt lien distributing hoimr Irbitation orTniTnnoAT AKnlToARmtttM re Immediately rellrvpd by "ilroten' lirvn thtal 'live)." Have thetu always ready. Th mm who da itold fur his nmHter I hi in nd witk iron fillers. A ;i:oiu;i an win aio.ooo. Ilnrry Milllwell Idward' Hterr Awarded I",rt 1'rlze In Ibe lilrnf Iteeard'a threat "Morlra of .luatrrr" Com. petition Open la the World. Tha AtknU Journal Si-c-iire the Kirhislve Hlit to the Oreat 1'rlw htory In Thla Section. s The Chicago Re-onl. with inarveloim enter. prise, ofN-rril $ ::0 OnO In prizea to the authors of the world for the lit-Nt "atorie of myMery." The ronlcft wana lvertiseil in the newnpajnTH of every Kniflmh-diM-akln country on the !ole, and bio inaiiumriiM were euhniUted Jrom all parti of ViniUnd, wll from "rrr iiimx anil curnf-r of the I'li tcd Stalin. The llriit pr zeof 10,00flhs Just len awarded to Mr. llarrv Htillwell Kdwaid. of Silicon, (.,anda check for that amount has hue a Iorwarded lo him. 'I he Atlanta Journal ha, at a heavy cash eitiencliture, secured excluilve riKhts to put). llan Mr. Kdwardn' irent prize htorv. .Suns and Fathern," and It w ill appear In dally in- talliuenU In I heJournal. cont'-niporaneouKly with lis puhlication in the I'hicaco Hecord. The tory will beuln Monday. March '1.1. In addition to hoiiiK the winner of the flfl.OOO ff lze. this etory Is a "tnyterv utory,'' that is, i. mystery la woven through it, but not ile- vioiHd unlll the last chapter. Hftv-'cvi'n chanters will be published and then uublica- tinn will be suspended for one week, during which Interval the reader of The Journal will he allowed to guess at the olutlon of the mystery, which will be revesled in the con cluding chapter For the best guess The Journsl offers S'jO In told. The Atlanta Journal will be sent to anv ad dress, for the five week through which the stfiry will run, for 50c. Hend postal note or 25 wo-ceut stamps to 1 lie Journal, Atlanta, ua. l)oes Lota of t-ood-You Will find It so II Yon Try It. Mrs. T. J. Meador ha kind words to say about Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy. "Formnnv year 1 have sulleied wltli dvspenia ana nervousness. 1 have been takinif Tyner's Dyspepsia Itemed y and find that it la doinit me lots of good and I am now in better health than I have been for years. It relieves me in a few minutes of indigestion." If tou are nufferinir with indigestion or dyspen ia of any character whatever, it would be to your interest to try a bottle of this remedy. I'rice 50 cents per lottle. jyr sale Dy ail uruKKittts. FITS 'topped free by Irt. Kt,tN' Orbat Nervi Kestorer. No ntsafter firstdav s U"e. Marvelous cures. Treatise and fi. 00 trial bot tle free. Dr. Kline. tf3l Arch St.. I'Uila.. fa. Mrs. Winslow's Soothln? 8yrnp for children teethliiGt. softens the dims, reduces innamm v lion, allays pain.cures wind colic. 'Hxi. a bottle. I cannot speak too hlcrhly of Plso's Cure for Consumption. airs. Hunk mobbs, zis w, sad St., Aew vork, Uct. w, , Experience Lends Many Mothers to Say V'Use Parker's Glner Tonic" because It is roo! ' f J colds, pain and almo-tt every weakness. mm Is the season for purifying, cleansing and renewing. The aciumulationa of waste everywhere are being removed. Winter's ley grasp Is broken and on all sides are Indications of natures returning life, renewed force and awakening power, It the time for purifying the blood, cleansing the systerv and renewing the 'yhysloal powers. Owing to close con "'inement, diminished perspiration and other canies In the winter, impurities have not passed out of the system as they should, but have accumulated In the blood. It, therefore, the best time to take Hood's iSarsaparllla, beoause tha system Is now , ' L J M . M . J I .1 n rr.K.1. ynA'a I most ia floou utouiutuo. xuat aswu d Sarsapsrllla Is the best blood purifier and Bprlng medicine la proved by Its wonder ful cures. A course of Hood's Sarsaparllla now may prevent great suffering later on. Sarsaparilla Is the OneTrne Blood Purifier. A'l druggUts. $1 Prepared only by C. L Hood ft Co., Lowell, Masa i ff s , ) Rill, cure Liver Ills; easy to MaSSt. S rillS take, easy to oaerate.Kc. 01 CO li 1'LAK! S OF TlIOKaiT. Wiftrin' a troublo tli.iil.lcn it. C'uiiscif'ic'f! hliuiiLl lend, not (liira, TllllO it lUUllejr Obi IthcU JCOII rlH-Uil it. Timfl in a Lcttlcr that cither cure or kills. Tim licht i)0l luck is immutut from 1R'1 luck. iKfiornnco in power, no lens than ia knowlciWo. A mistake avoided is Lcttor tlaa two corrtctoJ. Luck is alnnjs agnioBt the man who tlcjx'Uils on it. Be thankful for a gooJ many things you tiulu't gt The lit'st champion of truth is tha Dinu who tells it. Wuiuca like flattery but they tlun't iko to bo toM ho. Tho biicet'Ksful man is tha man who Ltiows whto to quit. Tha prodigal son may lotor on sup port tho wholo familr. It takes only ooe to start a quarrel, but it requires two to keep it up. If all is fair iu love, how is it ao many homely people get married? A close second to tho Golden Hula is thin: "Mind vou own buHincha." If you wish to shoot a particularly Bhiirp arrow at a woman refer to her as well-preserved. In order to be of much practical benefit to her, a woman's interest in athletic ehould progress beyond tho costume 6tage. New York TreHS. Untouched Beposlt or (Jold, Immense deposits of gold remain as yet almost untouched iu South Amer ica. In Colombia and Ecuador nre re gions rich in the yellow metal. Stories of great "'mother" veins in the moun tain ranges, said to havo been worked by the Iucns, and now jealously hid den by the natives, aro frequently heard. Expeditions have been under taken many times to find alleged lost mines, but they have been uniformly successful. There are places in tho mysterious region knowu as the "Interior,"on the eastern slope of the Andes, where much gold ia found. From that section there is a constant flow of the yellow metal to tho coast, amounting to a great quuntity yearly. This land of gold, however, is not to be entered. "o white man has ever returned from it alive. The sav ages are fierce and brave and nre known to practice cannibalism. The country is a trackless wilderness, the only means of communication being by the numerous waterways. To the villages along the coast come canoes from inland, each bearing its little burden of coffee, plantains, nuts and fruits, and usually carefully wrapped in a leaf, a little gold dust or a nugget or two. Thus the gold flows in tiny streams to the coast, from which it is shipped by merchants in payment for goods. Washington Star. Silk Made From Wood. Silk is about to bo added to the list of things made from wood. A French man named Chardonnier first tried the experiment some years ago at Bescan con, in France, and set up an elabo rate plant in that town for the manu facture of silk, or, rather an imitation of it, from wood fibre. Some fine specimens were made and exhibited, But it was found that the wood silk could not be woven in large pieces, and the works were finally abandoned. Further experiments and discoveries have recently been made, however, and a company has been formed, which has taken the old Chardonnier plant. It is said they will be able to ' manufacture a product which will closely resemble silk from wood alone, j which will be much cheaper than the real article, and which can be woven in large sized pieces. The process of making is said to be similar to that of manufacturing paper from wood. The wood is first ground into a pulp steamed and chemically prepared. Tho method of weaving the pulp ia the secret from which tho inventors hope to reap a fortune. New York World. After thirty years lowing Samnel Holladay has made good his title to fifty acres of Lafnyette Park, San Francisco's favorite pleasure .round. im:r ami nir.i-;sTioN. T atis may bn properly digested in two hours and a half. Melted butter requires threo au 1 a litiif hours for dilution. Wheat bread requires threo hours and a half for perfect digestion. diet -an cannot bo properly digested under three hours and a half. Oyster otip requires from three to four hours for proper digestion. Baked sponge cakes requires two and a half hours for proper digestion. Carrots are considered difllcult of digestion, requiring over three hours. Three hours are required for the di gestion of broiled or boilod mutton. Tha capacity of the stomach is va ried greatly by age and habits of eat ing. Ilashsd meat and vegetables will bo digested in two and a half hours. (Ireen corn, properly masticated, will bo digested in three and a half hours. Bciled parsnips aro completely di deetcd at the end of two hours and a half. Boiled turnips will be properly di gested at tho end of three hours and a half. The frying pan is said by physicians to do almost as much harm as the beer mug. Boiled apple dumplings require from three to four hours for proper diges tion. One View of the Occurrence. Tatsy," said Mr. Dolan to his son, "kspe th' example av Oeorge Wash 'nt'n in yer moind's oye." "Oi will, father." "There was the b'y that wouldn't loie about it whin he- cut down the churry three." "Was there any gre't merit in thot, father?" "What do yez mane by axin' such a question?" "Oi've seen the picther ov that toime whin he didn't tell a loie. His father had com on 'im sthandin' beside the three with th' hatchet in 'is hand. Be gorrab, how could he?" Washington Sar. AN INVITATION. It Gives I'a' I'lrasure to Tubllsh the fol lowing Announcement, All women suffering from any form of illness peculiar to their tsex are re quested to communicate promptly with Mrs. Finkhara, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are re X ceived, openc!. read and an iUfS) swered by women onlv, A woman oa .fS ... illness to a woman ; thus has been estab lished the eternal confi dence be tween Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America. This con- Js fidence has in fy duced more than 100,000 women to write Mrs. Tinkham for advice during the last few months. Think what a volume of experience she has to draw from ! No physician living ever treated s6 many oases of female ills, and from this vast experi ence surely it is more than possible she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case. She is glad to have you write or call upon her. You will find her a woman full of sympathy, with a great desire to assist those who are sick . I f her medi cine ia cot what you need, she will frankly tell you so, and there are nine chances out of ten that she will tell you exactly what to do for relief. She asks nothing in return except your good will, and her advice has relieved thousands. Surely, any ailing woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she does not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Never In the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and never in the history of Mrs. Pinkham's wonderful Compound has the demand for it been o great as it is to-day. Pnnri UDITCDC nd Illiistratnrs, known or un llUUll Vt Mil tnO known, wanted to contribute to 171 Watsrbury, published at Waterlmrv, Conn. Ask your newsdealer for a copy, to see what Us like. S5 mm I .urv Y ! ii i) . "f WILL NOT RUB orr- L . . iaU '7, JM3Lizii.iia H UUHtS WHlllt ALL USE MILS. I'A I Bot I uiikh byrup. Taste Oood. Use j 1,1 in time. Sold tiv driiButt. f" r TiTr" i L - - ' " JH' '" J Vat of AM To r!ena fhs sjstem la a irr.t! anl trnly beneficial inaunrr, hin tha Hprinu'lma rome, tie the true and perfect remedy, lyrnp nf If'i;. One buttle will answer fr all the firmly, and imti only 50 renU; tha laftf" sin 1. Itiiv tha vniiita. M'iu f lured ly the California Kltf Hyrup CouipaU) o.il, and for sate t all drug sta. We a-e tint Irifllna In (1 I ti t 1-- mV llu I 1 the la o our li If. KM) Kfwaril. !. The reader of thla pipir will be p'es-. to lesrn tnat there la' inl "lie ilre.,.ie I ille,e II, at . leiir ha hern nlile to euro in a l in sixties, and Ihrtl is Ca'airii. Ha t'ntarrh l ure It the only p, it. live cure known lo the toe ileal iralernll). Catarrh limn a euinll tiitliimil di-ae, reipilfrs a -oie.tilulhnial Orstineiit. Ilall'sl nUrrlil ur Is taken tiller i,all. a' tliK direitly on the blond and mil rou surface of the system, thereby de-troy- Inif I he full nilal ion of the ilNeate, and KlvllU the patient ktrenuth by biilldlnv; up tlmiuii tilnCnn and a-slstliiK list urn In dnlim Its w,,rsa Tha proprletiir have so much fs.il li In Its ciirallve power, that they oiler Une Hun dred 1 l a fur any case tha; It fall to cure. r-end lor lul of testimonial. Address K. J. t iiniT & Co., Toledo. O. ITS ild bv llrtwk'lkt. lit:. "I am lity year of age and Irom girlhood have been lamlliar with the name ol Ayer Five year ago, 1 become nervous, leeple . and lost flesh. I took a variety of medi cine without benefit. At lat I be- gn a count of Ayer' Sarsaparilla, I became stronger, gained flesh, andf TTvvTTvaT.vTsT.4 gy, and tax it to the limit of effort. Does it answer you when you call? Does it creep unwillingly to work? It's tho natural effect of the waste of winter. So much for the season. Now for the word. If you would eat heartily, Bleep soundly, work easily, and feel like a new being, take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. 0 This testimonial hundred other. Free. will be louud Address J. C. ht costs than cotton planters more five million dollars an nually. This is an enormous waste, and can be prevented. Practical experiments at Ala bama Experiment Station show conclusively that the use of "Kainit" will prevent that dreaded plant disease. Our pamphlet ar net advertising circulir boom ing special fcrtiliitrs but ar practical works, con'.ain. ing th results of Islest experiment in this line. Kvery cotton farmer should hv a copy. They are sent tree for the asking. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. OSBOnNE'S r Bohool of Sliortlianci AMilXTA, UK. Not it boki usaiI. At'tuti btMinwH from lf ot ffitodt u-d. Sanil for bia(otuir illulrfttl Oit lo(tu. iiorJ cupr tUitn id &ajr aoulUra ottj. I ,.s- "s, Gives rollrf In HT8 minutes. Send rira FHKEtrlal jurksifo. Sold liy " n DruKKlnts. On flux sent postpaid jon rei't-iot nt (I. no. Hiiliisi.ou. 1 Alldren THOa. 1111 lli, I lllLi., FA. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClcaiiMf and beaut:. lei the hair. Protuotef a lnxuriant growth. NeTor Fails to Bvntoie Gray Hair to ita Youthful Color. Cures tralp diM'iiti It bair lulling. gro,arnHl.''lJttt Pruyglfts niXCIlTO Promptly procured and sold. rAIClllO Write lor pamphlet All about it. IhaadlMi, ( hunts ft Wrd, Klir Ilulldlnj, Atlanta. OPIUM and WHISKT bahlta . nrert. Book iwnt rilt. Dr. B. I. WOflU.Il. ST LA STA, OA. "Blig item TTHffmHHHHmTiWitHHWHm S Premium No. 1 Chocolate z Made by Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., Dorchester,, Mass., has been cele- 3i bra ted for more than a century as $ a nutritious, delicious, and flesh- g forming beverage. Sold by gro- $ IS l cers everywhere. As the So is BROWN'S IRON OUARAkTEE Turchwo Money refunded Ehould Browns's Iron Hitter Inken ns directed fail to benefit any ponon Kutiering with Iiyspepsia, Miliaria, Chills mul lever, Kidney nnd Liver Troubles, Bilious ness, Female infirmities. Impure Ulood, Wenkms, Nervous Truuhlcs, Chronic Headache of Neuralgia. More thun 4,000,000 bottles sold-aml nly S'J.tlO usked lor uad refunded. Seal. UUOYN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, Md. TH I tUJ t.no.l Sew. J'll.lVII.I 'Mi ( It. I. 'Pie forward l boe of I 1 1 till, t. (t. 1 1. 1 think It rikw 'Kst ll I wild hr In N f iw ! i,,l. a . It l i he -t '-or a 'or n reina, rink "i" o and .l rt'i;. '!'' or tha k n I ever . 1 ot a I u i Him t in. inn'l il i ii ni mer, nd k ' p ' 1 1 of It I o a ) mi n ia I r Sim hit) tried almost rvrrwhititf to rm p in pies ant an e"i ! mo from her fa. a. I o apple siioi, of -l 1 1 rmisR i oin . te: y i nra-l In r. 1 know l-o a ni msn h It l,d l en ovi led il li 1 1 mi I ao h in of 1 rt inn 1 "le.l I till t nmpletely, and no In skill Is a am nit h as a I n , ' " I'. t. IUt s. With S Iver S pi I im !!,. hni Cn. I IhvI for '''. In slumps. J. T Ml t I' I 'I I " ' ' 'i nah, '- Catxrrii cult t ,. e,l by a pleasant temcly d s, uvrr d ami recently kriBlly improve, I hv I'r. J. W. Hlo-er. M W. Cain M.. At ai tu, II i , r Metlanli-I pr.-. ierl vt ho h had je' ' riper it-ni e In the trraU III nn I of Hi ilisi 4e. 1 1 mii ike I 111 a pipe, but con tu n no lo a -co, lie will ma I a trial sample free to any niffeier. Thaa lllirraln t arn! Had a thev are, ll lielen in li . w.ll retnova 1 1, ,iii, and then you tan walk as you llks. If f1!lrtad wp h sureeve- usa )r. ss.ac Thorn s. n's K ve-water I ir it sail at 2V ir tmttl. I "A Word in Season" The season i3 Spring, spring wnea you cun uu your body for nil its ener- In lull In Ayer'a "Curebook" with a Ayer Co.. Lowell. Mass. - Mr. E. M. Crosrf, a speoial Ajsonialel l'resa reporter, who Uvea at 1918 Maple Avenue, Huntington, W. Tu., ha knowledge of th wmarkabla cur of Mrs. Martha Ollklson, tha wife of acarpenter of the east end of the city, who, on the 22d of Sep. t ember, 18J5, relaled her experience as follows: "For a good many years! hare been bothered an awful sight with my atomaob. I got so I eouldn't eat anything at all without . souring ou my stomach. Lots of times while working I would spit up great mouthfulg of stuff bitter on gall. I kept getting worse all the time an I took piles of doctor med icine, but I might as well took that much starch for all the gooA it done me. It run into neuralgia of the stomach and worked Itself all oyer me. Dr. Gardener, the new doutor up oa Twentieth Street, told me when I saw htm it was my stom ach that caused 1.11 the trouble and give me an order to the drug store. I took it there, and the boy give me a box of l.ipans Tabules? I began getting better, and have ukJd a little over two boxes, and am now sound aud well. (Signed), MaTiu Gilkisom, No. 182i) Fourth Aveaue, Huntington, W. Va." Rli n Tnhules ar sold liy druggist, or by atsfl IF the price (SO cent a box) 1 smit to Tna Hlssa Chemlinl Company. No. 10 spruoe St., New Vark. Sample vial, 10 orais. EGGS!! Strawberries Free! Brown L'ghnrm, th igra est layer: P ymoutii Koeka. th business hen. 13 H-tt9 Irom either CI. (HI and Ire IS plants Esrlf Mitchall Hlrawberrr, Earliest a4 Best ; setting of bnta flOSk 6b plant free. If yon waae to Improve your poultry fiucka n, and garden snd know why -tfz'i chickens pay better thsncaae diiotor's bi'ls, oar tree hlo tried rstalugu tells u&iq) fact. Ki'iini'snw Karate Box 1H1, Marietta, Georgia. k. N. U Twelve, "Jf 3: is superior to the BITTERS to other medicines. A.