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' v.uinan died in Nnd. '" . . . r . i.lly nnd I. tt ! 1 I. iin.T i,f i-ovcntc.'ti cowti. ' " 1 ! Kill t li beqilenth ( l(. '. i." -r h.-coml h i;i one-third, and " i- i "mm n tfirj cic ninth, (if tin ,M;'t". ' iif pxo utor were Hon') U : xcd i,. to low to divide the ns. At liit t pomp one 8tn;ceHtod thnt they lx.rrnw a co.v from a neighbor. Thin v;u done- j rul tho rstntc was thus i:id r i lchf,.'. n vowh. Tho first eon re clvo.l oncl.air, (,r nine; the second f cm Ms cm- third, or kIx; tho third Hon hla one nli'th, or two, making seven teen rows? hi nil. Tho neighbor's cow 'as thoa n Uirn.fd with thanks. 1 l-ru-iii Almmiae, 1 he have alrc;uiV been tmppiicd with Pet-una almanac. There is Mire to b" a jU.it demand for tlii'Mi' almanac on if'-i'iirit of 1 1 io article on astrology which i ....... 'i'i . . m'-y coniHiii. i tic Humeri n nxtrniocv IS a very attractive one to most people. The article on UHln.l.y in the lVruna al manac have boi-n furnished by n very com petent uslreloniht, and the mental charac teristic ,f each ni(n is given, constituting almost a complete horoscope. A list of question. and answer on iwtrolosy sent free up.m request. There will he a great rush lor thene bo;kn. Ask your druggist for one early before they are all gone. Whc n i man is forced to choose between two evil he is apt to choose the one lie hasn't tried before. Vhc!:-:a man pavB as lie goes he always get. a -welcome back. Hair Splits .SOSZ "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for thirty years. It is elegant for a hair dressing und for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends." J. A.Gruenenfelder,Grantfork,lll. 3 Hair-splitting splits friendships. It the hair splitting is done on your ownhead.it loses friends for you, for every hair of your head is a friend. Ayer's Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the spotting. If the splitting ha. begun, it will stop it. $1.?0 a tottle. All d-njgists. j 1 If your drnc-pris' ennnnfc eupply you, y send us ono dollar and wo will express I' you a bottle. I'.o sure and ivo the name fi of your nearest express office. Address, j. v. Aitu cu., ixiweii, mass. Oinners. We Manufacture the Most Complete Line of Cotton Gin Machinery of Any Company in the World, namely, the iPRATT, WINSHIP, MUNGER, EAGLE, ITH. We alco make linters for Oil Mills, Engines and Boilers. We also soil everything necessary to comple'.e a KorJarn Ginning Outfit and furnish our cus tomers with full detailed plans and ma- - fterlal bills for construction of necessary houses for our plants without extra charge. The Continental Gin Company, Birmingham, Ala. . -WHITE FOB OUB LATEST CATALOGUE. fllGSJ SHO! UNION MADE VV. L. Douglas makes and sells-moro men's $3.50 and S3.00 shoes than any other two manufacturers In the world, which proves their superiority! they are worn by more peoplo 1ci all stations of lie than any other make. istig- urgest man uiaciun 1 i tin Rji lmw cheaper arid I, 7 proifuce Lis shoes at at, lower cost than other eon- cerns, which enables himV to sell Sllirt" lor mm s.i.ou aim f k S3.00 equal in wav to those sold where for St ami $5.00 Pr - and tlhoesarevrorn by thousandsof menwho hiivi been pavingS and S5,not lielievine they coufal et a first-class snoo nr o.ao or m.w. -4'(e has convinced them that the style, tit, and wear of his and ?:i.00 shoes is just as good. Placed side by side it is impossible to seo any difference. A trial will convince. Kotlrf tnrrcKM fiwo SalM: iu llnim-i i I'.Krt sulci: .i!40,0 A pan of a,H0.4..71 in Four Uar. ' W. L. DOUCUA3 .00 CILT EDCC LINE, Worm S3.00 Compared with Other Makes. rvVtt hinnrtei an1 American leather. Hcyl' Pat': ill'. Enamel, B x Calf, Calf, Vici Kid, Coram -, C ilt. ,nd Na'innal Kanuaroo. Fast Coor WWs. Tinl'irni T'io (T9nuri have W. l. DOUOLa6 jdaaSiil nHrae nnd vice stampeit on bottom. k ;..,..,.,. .,!,, Ihi,. ri!i'h,a fjt-t. XV. 1 THE INTERNATIONAL Tee?raphy t SCHOOL OF 3 I -!.. -in Kt.. (Touiiau tn W.t). will tea. v',Hi tb p-o'i-" qui.-kty-lKl 9em l.8ltlOD To Cotlon I j, II If L. 2 1 - -.If j AFFAIRS To Clrnn mlimcie. AV:ish ciishincro in p. oil hot rr.il:; i;i wlih h a little luuax 1ms In en dissolved. IlIiiKi In Ktroii;: blue wnter. D.t not wrin; It, but lmiiK tut tlrlpnln, anil Ihen Iron while damp. If this U d'j:u Ibo nialt ilal will bmk lil.; new. Tiililo Decora! lon. Tlio ('iM't'ne Is once more In favor. I'or several years iast table decora- tloim lirivc be n m low that the I cpei''iie has been rt les;itc(l to the back of the Kilvc;- closet. -Now 111? undu Inm has xwini;; to the other extreme, lilh table deeoratloin are popular. ATT f ltlnsr Flour. Looli at Its color. (1.) IT it Is white, with a slightly yellowish, or straw, color, that is a ood sign. If It is very white, with a bluish cast, or with black upccUs in It, tin? Hour Is not piod. (2.) Examine Its adhesiveness. Wet and knead a little of it bclwcn the lingers; If 11 worUs dry and clastic It is good; if it works soft and sticky it is poor. Flour made from Kprini; wheat is likely to be sticky. (I!.) Throw a little lump of dry Hour against a dry, smooth, perpendicular surface. If it adhere in a lump, the Hour has life in it; if it falls like powder, it it bud. (4.) Squeeze some of the flour in the hand; If it retains the shape given by the pressure, that, too, is a good sign. Flour that will stand all these tests is safe to try. They are simple, rough and ready methods adopted by old flour dealers. mcr icau Queen. Laundry Hints. Wash day is the bete noir of many a household. There is really no reason why it should be. The results of the day make everyone sweeter, neater and cleaner. Here are a few sugges tions that will make the day easier and happier. Fine clothes need no rubbing. They should first be wrung out of cold water and theu boiled fifteen minutes in water in which plenty of soap has been dissolved. Two rinsings should make them pure and white. Clothes look bettor from which the water is dripping when hung upon the line than those which have been tightly wrung. When clothes are very soiled the spots should be rubbed with a fibre bristle brush. An excellent Avashing fluid is made by adding to the water in the boiler one tablespoonful of spirits of turpen tine and one tablespoonful of am monia. In washing curtains put thom in the tub and wet them with coal oil. Then pour hot suds upon them. They should be drawn many times through the fingers to strip them of dirt and then rinsed twice. Ginghams soaked in salt water will not fade. Silk handkerchiefs should be washed alone in luke-warm water and rinsed three times in cold water. Then blue them and iron them before they are dry. Dainty doilies, tray cloths and centre-pieces should be washed with cas tile soap. Always iron them on the wrong side. recipes:.. - - Cheese Toast- Cut stale bread in and toast a golden with butter and with grated choose; thin slices; dry brown; spread sprinkle thickly dust v.lih paprika; lay in a dripping pan and place in a hot oven until the cheese melts. Cream Pudding rut three cnpfuls of milk into the double boiler; beat four eggs; rub half a cupful of Hour in one cup of cold milk; add to it the scalded milk; when it thickens add the eggs and cook live minutes; add half teaspoonful of salt and pour into a dish; sprinkle one cup of sugar over tho top and pour over any fruit juice; serve cold. Oyster Rarebit Cut off the m un tie from one cup of oysters; put them in the chafing dish in their own Honor until the edges curl; then turn them into a hot bowl; put in the chafing dish one tablespoon of butter, half a pound of cheese, grated, a pinch each of salt, paprika nnd mustard; beat two eggs slightly, add the oyster liquor, and when the cheese is melted add this gradually, then add the oysters, nnd when scald ing hot pour over hot toast. Rice Wafllcs To two cupfuls of cold boiled rice add two cupfuls of sifted Hour; beat two eggs; add to them one cupful of milk; pour this over tho rice and Hour and b.at well; then add one tablespoonful of butter melted and ;wo level teaspoonfnls of lmkiug powder and one teanoenfi;l of salt; bake cn a hot waffle iron; sour nii'.k may be used instead of all sweet milk; in that cae omit baking powder and we half sweet mil half gour mill; and one teaspocnful of sudr.. Si i$f VZL OF TIIC RIGHT HAND. Not Due to Training, Duo U a Natural Distinction. Prof. Cunningham jointed out how It Is old"nt that as fnr back as we can tinen man he wus preferentially rkht handed. Thiu Dr. H. Dehmann Nltsche had examined the bones of prehistoric rn. n from southern Pa varla and had found that the clavicle nnd the long bones of the right upper limb were distinctly heavier and more massive than the corresponding bones 'if the opposite idde. All the evidence at our disposal roes to b:iow that rinht liandedness Is due to a transmitted functional pro-c nilncnce of the left brain, and this functional pre-eminence was net a haphazard acquisition which had been picked up during the lifetime of tho individual, it rested upon some structural foundation which transmit ted from parent to off opting. Modern science, then, if we hav? correctly In crpreted Prof. Cunningham's meaning, v.'ould seem to show that there is a distinction In nature of the right hand. It Is indubitably the one by which most delicate manual actions are per formed, with one marked exception namely, the fingering In the play of stringed instiumer.ts which are jiayed with a bow. If, as Prof. Cunnirgham, In referring to the crossing of the motor Impulses, says, "It thur, came about that the left cerebral hemisphere controlled and regulated the muscks of the right side, and lt3 functional superiority over the right hemisphere w as indicated by the subservient posi tion which the left hand held w''h preference to the right, and the rr ner In which all manual acts wl, .i V require precision and skill, all tlV movements which specially requin the higher guidance of the brain, w performed by the right hand" If Oi3 be so, how comes it that the fingering of a violin, which surely Is an ae re quiring the higher guidance of he brain, is always. fo tar as we i performed by the left hand? I . Lancet. X'ial THE CANDID FRIE was Alice (looking at her pot ' nont you tnintc that Van Uro .ias managed to make a rather preu pic ture of me? Edith Yes, he really has; vhai u remarkably clever artist he Is. THE USUAL WAY. He How did you come to get Inter ested In that story? She I liked the way It ewded. Detroit Free Pres3. f 100 KevrRrri. 100 . The readers of this paper wil'he PHd to learn that thero is at least onej; reiied dis ease that science has been able dre in all its stage, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires a constitution.il treatment. Hall's CaturrhCure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, thereby Uestroy ng the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in Joins its work. The proprietors have so much faithiu its curative powers that they oiTor One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, fcend for list of testimonials. Address i'. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0. f-'old by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family fills are the best. Bread as a daily article of food is u?cd by only about one-third of tha population of the earth. FITS permanently cured. No ilts or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's (treat Kerveltestorer.r'2 trial bottleand treatise free Dr. 15.11. Ki.isi!, Ltd., 031 Arch St.. rinla.,ra. The alike i" chance of two finper prints being not one in 61,000,01)0,000. Mrs.Winslow's SoothingSyrup for children teething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25e. abottle It is said that Texas alone markets $50,000,000 worth of cattle annually Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more goods, brighter colors, with less work than others. The number of lepers in the Philippine Islands is estimated at about 12,000. 1 do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds Joirs I'.Boyek, Trinity Springs, lad.. Feb. 15. 10'JJ. If she is frugal even husband her resources. the old maid c, disguise the taste. Fool offensive to your taste or m - 1 r - -v4. 1 1 1 jSmcS Phew!- Salts mid Castor Oil! iiiatvca cciuun mings repulsive, so you win noi taKe mem. rorcc yourself to nauseous doses, and you ruin your digestion, weaken your bowels, destroy your health. On the other hand see what a delight ful palatable, perfect modern laxative, liver regulator and bowel tonic you find in Eet for the Bowels. Genuine tablet stamped inpie ana ooomei Sterling MY LI USE n ia no a on nTT mm y &s u4j Rev. H. Vubenvoll. of Elkhorn. Wis., uohn'sChurchl that place. Kev. btubenvoll is the possessor of two iiiblos presented to him by Emper William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the Bibles tha Emperor has writNm in his own handwriting a text. This honored pa, tor. in a recent letter to The LVruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: " I hal he unrrlixjsH ot fie lumt for a loin time, and all lemalred of vie. 1 to k I'erunx and w:w cured. It aave me strength a nd courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and 1 eel well. It is the bet medicine in the world, ff everyone kept. Peruna in the house It would save many from death ever yea r. II. S T V It K .V VO L L. Thousands of people have catarrh who would be surprised to know it, because it has been called some other name than ca tarrh. The fact is catarrh is catarrh wher ever located; and another fact which is of equally great importance, is that Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. Ask your druggist for f WQNCS1CS FACTORY LOADED u New Rival" Leader" Repeater" ft point your gun, F you are looking for reliable shotgun am munition, the kind that shoots where you Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM I'? WANTED 200 "SToxxxis Men At once to qualify for foid poultlons which w will guarnmoe In writing under a $5,000 Ueixislt to promptly procure Uiom. The Ga.-Ala. Bus. College, MACON, GEORGIA. capudineTi CURES Sick Hesvdacho, Nervoviorvess tnd Feverish ness. NO EFFECT ON THE HEART J Sold by till Druggists. f Why take sickening salts or repulsive castor oil? "Goes through you like a dose of salts" means violence, grips, gripes, gases, soreness, irritation, and leaves your stomach and bowels weak and burnt out. Might just as well, take concentrated lye. Then there's castor oil, disgusting, nauseating truck that vour stomach refuses unless vou your own stomach, eh? Don't ever believe that anything smell is going to do you real good. Nature 1 i ; i i ,i Ml druggists, joc, 95c, 50c. Never sold in bulk. C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. iree. naaress Kemesy Company, Chicago or Hew York. WQ Cherokee Remedy of Sweet ill 0 Coughs, Colds, LaGnppc who was nnFmnnnnn em? -non nil n,r I ':. S V ! ill W u it L (IU is nastor ef the lOvnmrelicnl Imtherun St. II you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use oi Peruna. write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a lull state ment of your case and he will be pleased to give you Ins valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. a free Pe-ru-na Almanac. SHOTGUN buy Winchester ractory I PAY SPOT CASH rOU MIItET)AJ.v LAHD WARRAMTS iosiiM to soldiers of (my vi or. Also PoWIitS Audl ticual Honirvteurt t ij.'htn. Write mo ut mi'. illAMK H. KiLOi.K, P.O. Box U8, Deiivor, Colo. Mmy Savin' Catalog for a Postal tuntjj Kvnf.ttt fliL tLbt talis. !--;.! "est t ough byrup. Tuotvn Ocxxl. Ueo 111 m time. Sold by dniPKists. Lb) ir"Give ttie name of this paper when writin;? to advertisers- (At. 4, 'C3) ' 1 1 jv. L33 Gum and r1? '.rirc'.i G"-i tpjpiy 'FTTff 'f7f!W". "y SHELLS 11 BMOE CO) f all Three; end Lc.n- Troub'.-i T'i tcr tJ years. AH l.ru::pst.-. :,. f.-i rou'.'hiy