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Pure Iron in the present ot pure oxy gen does not rust. Peru, in the opinion of Professor Guarlnl, might rank among the lead ing Industrial states of th9 world by tbe utilization ot electric power and eloetrlc smelting. The Vienna Academy of Sciences h.-.s spent nearly $9000 in working ten tons of uranium ore for radium, the yield has three grains of pure radium the largest amount ever secured at once, the value being $320,000. Electro magnets are used for lifting nnd handling large panes of glass. As glass Is a non-magnetic material, a piece of sheet iron Is placed under it and one or more. magnets applied on the upper face. The magnets attract the sheet Iron and therefore hold the glass suspended while moving. The Inventor of tbe modern suspen. slon bridge was James Klnley, of Pennsylvania. His first bridge was built In 1801-'d2. By 1810 be had built eight. He built many more after that. A bridge built by his licensee, John Tempelman, over the Merrimac, In Massachusetts, in 1810, is still in use and traversed by trolley cars. A bridge built In stirct accordance with his original plans over the Lehigh river, at Lehigh Gap, in 1824, is (.till in use. Government analyses of so-called temperance drinks sold In England prove that they contain from 2 to 12.3 percent of alcohol. The liquor laws of England take no account, for purpos es of taxation, of beverages containing less than 2 percent, but of 4.147 sam ples of supposedly innocent drinks ex amined In the last four years, 3.C9S exceeded that proportion. Ginger beers and herb beers were found to have the highest percentage of alco hol, some of them containing as much as claret or Rhine wine. CREAM PTJDDINO. Two tablespoonfuls of flour, one large cupful of powdered sugar, two tablespoonfuls of cream, three, eggs. Beat the sugar and cream Into the yolks, beat the whites leparatcly, mix all together, then sld in the flour gradually, turn into heated pans, but tered; bake twenty minutes. CERES ALL ITCIIINO EMC PTION'S. Glencon, Mil., Nov. ilNt, ISO": ' I have hud eczema on my hanils for la yiiirs, aud huvu tried everything. 1 have l", a uslnir TKT te'ike 4'utys nnd the rults nro grout,' Kltfnod, Mrs. .U, Harvey. 'Jettkhink la Ihe uroat snf"st, BptM-riW-'st curd for eczema and all other skin disuses, t-old by drus gists or uut by mail for 6ic. hy J, 1, bncr tains, lA'pt. A, bavanrjah, Ga. A SAFE SENTRY. Omcer(to new recruit doing "pen try go" for the first time) Now, mind you let no one go by wl.hout chal lenging them. Recruit That's all rlht. guv'nor. Don't you worry. The s'.ishtcst noise wakes me up. Punch. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for nny c.-ie uf (.atarrn that vunnot be cured by Hall's Cntarr.i l ure. V. J. Cur.MKV Co.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yean, and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and fiDanr-ially able to carry out any obligation! made bv his firm. Walmno, Ki.nkan 4 Mauvi.i, Whole kale Dnigji.Ui, Toledo, O. Ilall'aCatarrh Cure ia taken internally, act Ingdiiectly upon the blood and mucuoiia sur face of the system. Testimonials sent fret. trice, Tfc. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family 1'il.s for eoustiptitioD. ttaUtuaV Constipation flay (x'pcrtrmncnlly ocrcomtly prorvr personal efforts v..tktj.c oSM stance of the one truly (jencjic'tcil laxative remedy, Syrup tl and" Ll'txW cjbctiM, wKicK cuablcr. cmeio form vcgular Kobifjv daily $o thai assirtanci To na ture may ijo graduolh iiSpSci viHi w)cn no ioner needed astltebcstoj f cmcdics,wlc) Yf tjuireJ, arcto assist frAure atxd net to .uFplart the noW. d (unctionft, vliicri hiust depend ulti mately upon propcv hourismnerit, proper cfforts.anA vlgkt living fccntrall. Tomtits benojicit. cjjects, always buy the genuine Syrupt figsiD ixirSennci California Fio Syrup Co. w GOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS oue me only, regular price 50? friJott; ,A Victorian Anthology. One discovers already In her twn Qualities which she Tetalned through life and which struck those who knew her personally In her later year all the more because they seemed at first sight to be hardly ci,miwtlb'.e qualities. Ono was a strong ,.rsoual pride and sense of the dignity of her position. She wes not haughty, much less arrogant. But the was pme tratcd through and through with a sense of what It li-.fant to be head of the United Kingdom and the British r.mnlre. Yet although this foiling waa added to hr.-r own high spirit she would have been deemed a high Sometimes a question is Itself ques- spirited woman even in a private sta-; (enable. ' tlon-lt did not in her bear the fruit rk , rurpl indication Pains, ' Of vanity. f-ho was not vain. -ne fielchinc, Sour Slumtich. and Heartburn, jTr VjOOD -lyrrtt iff Quality- Freshness - Blendins WHIN YOU DU ?A 1 1 171 AWNF fOFFFF 0A M Youart tnsilivelv insured wen Itie t 3, First fourPoints-aj for Ihe W(L Y-ui rirwuhrvnvike nitir w pp r ..: i r i" yf?ifyouu$eLUZIANNL;Jj So'-; Everywhere ?5 I lb Cw fix Tnf RtiLY-TVLOC 1 LEMON JELLY FOR CAI3. Take the yolks of three eggs, the Juice and rind of one lemon, quarter of a pound of butter, half pound gran ulated sugar. Put Into a skillet on the fire and stir until it becomes thicker than custard, then stir in the i whites beaten to a froth. As soon as this comes to a boll, take It off and j stir until cold. When quite cold put It between layers of cake Instead of , Jelly. It is excellent also in puff , paste. Cover the custard with tne , paste. f theoutchyV ivV t POY PA,NTERlcC& stands tor vfr PAIQUALITY 1 PURE WHITE LEAD KJJjL I MADE BY ClJ J PROCC55, r knew her own Intellectual limitations (rum whatever raune. ltsL,iuio. r.nect and never tried to make a flsure In '"""'Ttl: ,.3o'to, prcnb it. 10c, , , i i . tic., and 60c., at ilruit sloiea. fields for which he was not fitted. 1. ; were to make a comp.ulson at' Virtue and honesty are twins. At all between persons whoso surround-: leaft. earh is it. own rrward Ings were so dlJfircat ono might in comparing her with Queen Elizabeth : observe that she wa3 quite free from two of Elizabeth's salient faults, per sonal vanity and faithlessness. Truth fulness ar.d hcr.or wertf the basis of her character and as she was above deception herself, so slie had a hor-. ror of deceit la others.. She thought i that international policy ought to bo stralrht-forward and sometimes re-; monstrated against courses of action which seemed open to reproach on that soore. James Bryce in North American Review, cumors. "Mamma?" What, dearie?" "Why do thickens have rr.mbs when they ain't got any hair?" Farmers' Home Journal. OUT OF BOOR WORKERS Men who cannot stop Inr n rninv dav - Wl II ' nna tne yrcuicji rrwnfort ond freCCV of bodily movement WATERPROOF OILED CLOTH1N SLICKRS'3?? SUITS '3- Cololofl free Every qormenl bearing , II guororiteed wolerproc siw I 1 J ri g'STiionipson'sEyeWater A SCHOOL FOR ARMY HORSES. Fort Reno Will Soon Be Opened as a Remount Station. Picturesque old Fort Reno in Oak land is to be made a 'remount sta tion," a place where new mounts will be provided for cavalrymen. It is purposed to turn out more than n thousand head of horses and mules each year, ready for the military. Th cavalnmen who have been stationed at the fort have gone to other posts, and Just as soon as stables can be built the horse school will open, says the Kansas City Star. England and France have remount sta' ions, but Uncle Sam- has not had one heretofore. If the one here proves a success, It Is probable that all hors es and mules for the United States army hereafter will go through a course of training before graduating into regular army life. "A horse usually lasts about seven years In. the service," said Capt. Letch er Hardeman, who '1s here arranging for the opening ofVechool." "A mule is good for ten years. The contrac tors who have been supplying the army horses have been buying thorn between the ages, of four and e.'ifht ;nrs. ,Our experiment will be with three-year-olds exclusively. "There'll be no broncho-busters here. ' We don't care for any man who would mount a three year old, sock a pair rowels Into his side and fight it until it's broken'ln spirit and broken In heart. That kind of break ing may dq on'tn plains, but it won't, do for the United States army. A good cavalry horse must b,ave a cavalry man's spirit. ' Not will the cavalrymen themselves .p the. breaking. This work will be in the hands of civilians, under the supervision of army officers. The best trainers we can find will be employed. After the horses have been broken, cavalrymen will teach them the game of war. No animal is to bo roughly bandied. Kind treotmert goes a long way with a horse in cul tivating a good disposition. "We believe there is economy in a remount station. Not only will we get a better, more desirable lot of horses, but by taking them as three year olds, we will get from one to five years more eervlce from tb'cm, than when we took them four to eight years old. They may be bought cheaper, too. "A rebellious, unwilling' horse can almost disrupt cavalry movement and the sooner it has 'I: C Inspect ed, Condemned branded on its Bide, the better off that troop of cavalry is." . , Capt. Hardeman says that not a great many horses are condemned for Mciousness, but occasionally one en tirely unfit for use Is got rid of. Truthful.- V "Why did you tell your wife you had a highball?" "Because I had had six." Houston Tosu THERMOMETER. Knlcker Wo don't know how hot we are till we look at the thermom eter. Bocker And we don't know how prosperous we are till we look at the stock market. New York Sun, THE J. R. WATKINS MEDICAL CO. , . ..nr.. ! Aitlcl.i Ilou.fl.old Hfi11. Fluorls, Warned in E-Very County. 40 Tr. Eperlre. :l.OOO.OOO """"V MTC BEST PROPOSITION 01 AGENTS Trilg woman enyg I-ydia E. Plnklinm's Vegetable Compound saved Ler life. Itcad her letter. 3Irs. T. C. 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Why don't you try it? Mrs. tMnkbam Invites all sick women to write ber for advice. She has ' gilded thousands to health. Address, Lynn. Mass. AreY y Coming to the "STATE FAIR?" Oct. 8 to 25th. Everybody's coming-It's going to bs the "BIGGEST AND BEST FAIR" in the History of Atlanta. II Mi rap blL ..MIX 3 Atlanta's Leadinq Department Stcre WBZEX3BMSE J. M. High o'. Wepaitmeat store, Atlanta, Oa, THIRTY COMPLETE STORES IN ONE. Silks, Handkerchief Coats, Waih Goods, Embroidery, Millinery, Mualin Underwear, Cut Glass, Furniture, Mattresses, Draperies, Window Shades, Upholstery, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Gloves, Cloaks, Linings, Laces, Raincoati, Whit Goods, Bedspreads, China, Crockery, Glassware), Hotel Ware, Bric-a Brac, Ladies' Suits, Trimming!, Ribbons, Waists, Linens, Jewelry, Knit Underwear, Infants' Wear, Shoes, Novelties, Imported and Hand-Painted ' China, Drese Goods, Hoiiery, Skirts, Domestics, Notions, Umbrellas, Blankets, Furnishings. 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