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ft For That Picnic to ensure take along a case ot The Mtitfyinj beverage in field or foreit; t home or in town. A pure and whole tome at it it temptingly good. Delicious Thirst-Quenching tead lor Free D tk B eklct. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, AtUaU, C. . - - , you dan t want to cook ftO W1US1 ik.n A uuaou uwier uwf mncneon opecialtiei at Tour grocers. Get acquainted with them. Try Libbv's Veal Loaf fried: Cut the contents of one can of Veal Loaf into quarter -Inch .lice, fry f olden brown in small quantity of butter. Carnuh with cress. Most of us like to take a chance. If a rose had no thorns the probabili ties are we wouldn't care to pluck It. INVIGORATING TO THE PALE AND BICKI.Y. The OM Rl.nilanl -ntral itromrltifnlnf tcinle, GRoVBHTAKTKl.MHS otllll T)NI( ;, drlTen unl laria. enhchpt lb. blood and bulldi nu the.fklrta. A.uraAppeilMt. tor adults ana chudreu. Mela No Chance. Atlas was carrying the world on his shoulders. "If the darn thing didn't weigh over eleven pounds I could Bend it by par cel post," he complained. For Aching, Perspiring Feet U8e Tyree's Antiseptic Powder either sprinkled into the shoes or used in solution. Never fails to relieve. 25c. at all druggists or sample sent free by J. S. Tyree. Washington, I). C Adv. Winning a Welcome. "Don't you get tired of talking about the tariff?" "No," replied Senator Sorghum. "If some one would come up to me and talk about the tariff instead of getting an office, I'd throw my arms around his neck."--'vv'ashington Star. She Knew. "Miss Janet is a long time coming down," he said to the pretty parlor maid. "Perhaps she Is ha, ha per haps she Is making up her mind whether to see me or not." The maid smiled coldly. "No," she said, "it !s not her mind she is making up." Practical Old Fogy. Sentimental Young Lady Ah, pro fesor, what would this old oak say If it could talk? ' Professor It would say, "I am an elm!" Fliegende Hlaetter. Old One. "Why do girls find the social swim so particularly attractive at the sea slwre?" "I guess it is on account of the buoys." Two Classes. ' All men may be divided into two classes those who like vaudeville and those who can stand it when they are drunk. Smart Set. 1 Whitworth College Is one of tne leading Colleges lor Young Ladies In the South. For catalogs address WHITWORTH COLLEGE. Brooki.T.n, Mi... t'OHNS. CORNS. CORNS. Send 25c fur salve guaranteed to remove corns or numey refunded. J. T, FINCH, 12-J 4th Ave.. Louisville, Ky. Why Scratch? "Hunt'sCure"is guar anteed to stop and permanentlycure that terrible itching. It is compounded for that purpose and your money will be promptly refunded WITHOUT QUESTION if Hunt's Cure fails to cure Itch, Eciema, Tetter, Ring I Worm or any other Skin Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas IF YOU HAVE-ssa- no appetite. Indigestion, l latulence, Sick Headache, "all run down" or toting flesh, you will una atwhet you need. They tone up the weak atomach and build up tha flagging energtei. mm urs .ins V DAISY FLY KILLER ill II II V,.rrM--"' V DAISY FLY KILLER ft .TrlX S; 11m. Ktm, etftB, or Mrnntl, eoaaiTjt cbatp. Lfttw tn Had of Mtaf, caa'ttptllor tip ovtr i will not oil or - . i 1h)if -anything i.T ttf ivi iprt pid for H.oa. gI0LD lOMlU, t0 DKlk At.. BrvoklTB, I. T. Memphis Directory J.AX-NA.""nnChlU glller "IU.UV best t..nlc novrt for liver anil hea.lacliMi-al.bont etmmel. IK ioriM "'"e T"1 f reh and itmn. H-ld complete succesi Wm Refreshing At Sod Oaatat Fountains or Carbon 11 1 ted ia buttles. Veal Loaf L'l A Picnic Favorite v nancy I or a aainiy I linen when a meal. At a Sandwich Meat it ha. I I -1 I I o ... M9Neill & Libby Cuicago. NOT JUST WHAT SHE MEANT Under the Circumstances It Is to Br Hoped Minister Had a Sense of Humor. When the new minister made his first pastoral call at the Brownings he took little Anna on his knee and asked her if she had a kiss for him. but the little girl refused to kiss or be kissed. She squirmed loose and ran into the next room, where her mother was put ting a few finishing touches to her adornment before going into the draw ing room to greet the clergyman. "Mamma," the little girl whispered, "the man in the drawing room wanted me to kiss him." "Weil," replied mamma, "why didn't you let him? I would if I was you." Thereupon Anna ran back into the drawing room, and the minister asked: "Well, little lady, won't you kiss mo now?" ' "No, I won't," replied Anna, prompt ly, "but mamma says she will." Wisdom. Hoo-boo, the learned Punjahb, awoke, salaamed, and spoke. "He who hath a high forehead sure ly will he have his eyes beneath it, and of a verity live all the days of his life. "He who Is bald will doubtless have but little hair, but the little that he hath surely will he not have it on the bald places." Thus relieved of the burden, the learned Punjahb salaamed again, and slumber again fell upon his eyelids. llrowning's Magainze. No Crossness. "Did the attorney for the defense cross-examine you?" ' "Oh, dear, no!" replied Mrs. Pifle gilder, "he was just as pleasant about it as he could be!" Woman's Home Companion. Did Hit Best. Judge Did you look to see whether you had killed anyone? Chauffeur Yes, your honor; I looked in all the morning papers. Each May Do Hit Part. Be such a man, live such a life, that if every man were such a man as you, and every life a life like yours, this earth would be God's paradise. Phil lips Brooks. CLOUDED BRAIN Clears Up on Change to Proper Food. The brain cannot work with clear ness and accuracy, if the food taken Is not fully digested, hut is retained in the stomach to ferment and form poisonous gases, etc. A dull, clouded brain is likely to he the result. A Mich, lady relates her experience In changing her food habits, and re sults are very interesting: "A steady diet of rich, greasy foods such as sausage, buckwheat cakes and so on, finally broke down a stomach and nerves that, by inheritance, were sound and strong, and medicine did no apparent good in the way of relief. "My brain was clouded and dull and I was suffering from a case of consti pation that defied all remedies used. "The 'Road to WelKIHe," in some providential way. fell into my hands, and may Heaven's richest blessings fall on the man who was inspired to write it. "I followed directions carefully, the physical culture and all, using Grape Nuts with sugar and cream, leaving meat, pastry and hot biscuit entirely out of my bill of fare. The result I am In perfect health once mora. "I never realize I have nerves, and niy stomach and bowels are in fine condition. My brain is perfectly clear and I am enjoying that state of health which God intended his creatures should enjoy and which all might have, by giving proper attention to their food." Name given by Postura Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There", a reason." F.vrr read the abore letter? A new one. nppeara from time to time. They are a-enuiae, true, aal fall et kamaa in tercet 7V SH3 KT knowli'iiga grow (rum mora to more. lint mure of reverence In u dwell. That mind and anul, arconllng well. Make one muiilc aa before. Hut vaater. DIET FOR THE AGED. To live long and to remain well and active la the object of every normal man or woman. As old age cornea on, nature loses the Inclination for exer cise, but unfortunately she does not deprive us of the desire to eat. Our eating should adapt Itself to our ac tivities, and thus by abBtemlnous liv ing we could do away with many of the diseases sulject to old ago. From twenty to forty the vital organs are young and respond to demands with out, apparent difficulty, but at sixty the stomach and liver are beginning to resent over work, the exercise, life In the open air and work of earlier years are mibsed and the body feels the strain. The result of overeating develops fat and superfluous material, which clogs the system and chokes the vital organs, and we find ourselves with rheumatism, gout, indigestion, hard ening of the arteries and various oth er serious troubles. Tissue building foods should be partaken of sparingly, as their need is past, though for va riety It is well to keen thpm in th diet. Meat should be entpn hut nr.ro a day. The aged who are troubled with ton much avoirdupois should cut out fats largely, not eating many root vegeta- oies ana scarcely any sweets. A good diet for seventy or seventy five should be made up of vegetables, fruit, some fish. eces. a little meat and simple cereals. Two quarts of water or more should be taken each day between meals. The water Is needed to flush the system and avoid friction, besides that which Is needed in tne tissues and blood. Stimulants, such as tea and coffee. should not be strong. For the aged, it is better to eat often and lightly. Exercise in the open air Is as necessary at seventy as n is at seven. Those who exercise a treat dml can eat and assimilate more food than the less active. If one has reached the age of sixty with no disease Bhad- owing him, he should by right living snow his gratitude and not become in dolent and invite disaster. I'll be denyln" that wlmmln are foo!lnh. God Almighty made 'em to match the men- George Kliot. Our best lisht must be made lire, and our best thought, action. S. Smiles. WAYS OF SERVING CURRANTS. While Currants are plentiful it Is well to prepare some of the good con serve and spiced currants. Currant Conserve. Cook five pounds of currauts until tender, add two pounds of chopped seeded raisins; cook ten minutes, then add three pounds of sugar. Coo ten minutes, add thevJuice and grated rind of two oranges; reheat and put in glasses. Spiced Currants. Wash, drain and stem seven pounds of currants, put into a preserving kettle with five pounds of sugar, three tablespoonfuls of cloves and three of cinnamon (tied in a cloth) ; add a pint of vinegar. Heat to the boiling point and cook slowly one and a half hours. Ripe Currant Pie. Crush a cupful of currants, add a cupful of sugar. Beat the yolks of two eggs, add two tablespoonfuls of water, a tablespoon ful of flour; mix with the fruit and sugar and cook until smooth. Bake an under crust, fill with the cooked mixture, make a meringue of the whites of two eggs and two table spoonfuls of sugar. Spread over the top and brown in the oven. Frosted Currants. Wash fine large bunches of cherry currants, drain and dip In white of egg and roll In gran ulated sugar. Lay on a paper until perfectly dry. Serve as dessert. Currant Cream Jelly. Soak an ounce of gelatine In a cup of water until soft, then add a cup of boiling water and stir until the gelatine is all dissolved. Add to this two-thirds of a cup of currant juice and a cup of raspberry juice. Sweeten to taste and stir over the fire until it is boiling hot. Strain and set aside to chill. Add a half cup of powdered sugar to a pint of whipped cream, add to the gelatine mixture and beat until stiff. Turn into a wetted mold and pack in ice and salt for several hours. Fresh currants well mixed with granulated sugar makes a most deli cious fruit to serve for breakfast or any other meal. Great Poet Fast Worker. Byron worked fast He once told a publisher that he was like a tiger, and if he missed his first spring went "grumbling back to his lair." Many of his works were written at fever heat when the first spring did not miss. "The Corsair" occupied ten days, and two rainy days at Ouchy were sufficient to produce the "Pris oner of Chillon." The "Brida ot Abydos," though revised afterward, was at first the work of only four nights, and most of his poems, in fact wero Impromptus. Where the Exercise Came in. Even doctors are not always literal In their prescriptions. "You must take exercise," said the doctor to a patient. "The motor car in a case like yours gives the best exercise that " "But I cannot afford a car on Insurance pay," the patient growled. "Don't buy one, just dodge "em!" said the doctor Qualities of the Great Book. 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Mrs. Ft.ED Stone, Route No. 3, Malone, N. Y. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, made from root and herbs, is unparalleled. It may ba tued with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam mation.ulceration.tumors.lrregularities, periodic prins, backache, bearing-down feeling.flatulency.indigestion.diEziness, or nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pink ham'a Vegetable Compound is the stan dard remedy for female ilia. FALL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE FOB EFFICIENCY all roirmernal branrhra; ahorthane typewri ting, buaintae corrrKpoorttnre, bookkeeping, benmanahip and Civil tirrlre f reparation. Personal and Individual attention (riven each student. Our graduates are In great demand. Write at once lor catalogue and terms. I. W. Mil. PBCSIDCNT. MSRVIUE, TtMCSSrt Appliances for Measuring Time. Mechanical appliances for measur ing time were in use from the earliest ages and clocks of one kind or an other were made in Europe before the discovery of America. Brass wheel clocks with weights, standing six feet high, such as are now called grandfather clocks, were common in England and Germany long before the revolutionary war. The first clockma ker in the United States was Eli Ter ry, who made his first clock with wooden wheels in 1792, and afterward made a great many, and they were good timekeepers. In 1807 he con tracted to deliver 4,000 wooden wheel movements to a certain firm, and it took him three years to fill the order. Seth Thomas, once a well known Yan kee clockmaker, learned his trade with Eli Terry. Brass wheel clocks were first made in the United States in 1837. BAD CASE OF DANDRUFF Bissell, Ala. "I had a very bad case of dandruff on my head. I was tor mented by itching and my hair began to come out by the combfuls. I al most became frantic, fearful that I would lose all of my hair which was my pride. There were some pimples on my scalp and I scratched them un til they made sores. My hair l as dry and lifeless. "I saw the advertisement of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent to my druggist for three cakes of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment. I washed my Bcalp with warm water strong with the Cuticura Soap and dried, a'terwards applying the Cuti cura Ointment, working it in the scalp slowly with my fingers. After using them for several days my hair began to stop coming out. The dandruff all disappeared and In less than four weeks a cure was accomplished per manently." (Signed) Miss Lucy May. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address post card "Cuticura, Dept L, Boston." Adv. He Waa a Lucky Architect Secretary Bryan was listening to the praises of a financial magnate that a senator was singing at a dinner. "He's the architect of his own for tune, too," said the senator; "entirely the architect of his own fortune." "Well," said Secretary Bryan, "It's a lucky thing for him that the build ing Inspector didn't come around while the operation was going on." Flour of Another Color. He'd been waltzing with his host's tigly elder daughter, and was in a corner repairing damages. Here he was espied by his would-be papa-in-law. "She is the flower of my family, sir," said the father. "So it seems," answered the young man. "Pity she comes off so, isn't it?" he continued, as he essayed an other vigorous rub at the white spots on his coat sleeve. 614 Worms from 2-Year-0ld Boy. Mr. Jacob Baker of Maguire's Creek, Tenn., v.rites that after giving his boy 2 doses of Frey's Vermifuge, 614 worms were expelled. If your child is not thriving, suspect worms and give it Frey's Vermifuge. 25c. at all dealers. Adv. Easy Matter. a man of deeds "I want husband." for my "Then why not marry a real estate dealer?" Many a man has had a close shave who never patronized a barber. mm Im WAS DOWN ON 'STIMMYLANTS' Evidently Good Wife Didn't Mean Jim to Take Anything Thst He Wsin't Used to. "I think, nuidttin," said the profes sionally polite young doctor to the lfe of his first patient in the back woods of a decidedly iionprohibltloii fttate, "I think that your husband needs a good stimulant of some sort and I will leave for him some" "No, sir!" she said, with marked de rision. "You ain't a goin' to leave Jim no stlinmylunts like klnlne or tluksher of Iron nor that malt atuff some folks takes nowadays without knowln" what It'll do to their systems. Me an' Jim Is both down on all stlm mylunts. I'm gotn' to fix him up a quart or so o' good rye whisky to take first thing In the mornln', an' 1 11 stir htm up a good, strong whisky eggnog at noon, and let him have a steamln' hot brandy punch along in the middle o' the afternoon, an' give him a glass o' wild grape wine at night; but as for stlmmylants, he ain't goln to take none of 'em, long as I can help it." Judge. The Clocks We Wear. The three marks on the back of a glove and the clocks on the stocking are due practically to the same clr cumstance. The glove marks corre spond to the fourchette pieces be tween the fingers, and in other days these, pieces were continued along the back of the hand, braid being used o conceal the seams. A somewhat sim ilar origin Is assigned to the orna mental clock on the stockings. In the days when stockings were made of cloth, the seams occurred where the clocks do now, the ornamentation then being used to conceal the seams. The useless little bow in the leather band lining a man's hat is the survival of the time when a hat was made by tak ing a piece of leather, boring two holes through It and drawing it up with a piece of string. Harper's Weekly. She 8ald It. "You are no gentleman," she wrote, "if you think I said any such things as she said you said I said I had Bald. "Dear girl," he answered, "you must not think I think you think you must be the kind of a girl I think you must be If you said Buch a thing as you said she said I said you said you had said." It seems he knew she knew he knew she said just what she said she heard he had heard her friend had heard him 6ay he had beard her say, but with Intuitive feminine tact she ac cepted his apology. Life. Some Credit Going to Pat. An Irishman was one day engaged at stone-breaking on the roadside, and not being used to the work could not get on very fast. A friend of his who chanced to pass by as Pat was belaboring a large stone with re newed vigor, tried to show him the right way, and taking the hammer from him broke the stone with ease. Said Tat: "Sure, now, and it be easy for ye to break the stone after I have been softening it for the last half-hour." RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism and all kinds of achea and pains Neuralgia, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Old Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne.. Price 25c. Adv. Some of Continent's Altitudes. The maximum difference in eleva tion of land in the United States is 14.777 feet, according to the United States geological survey. Mount Whitney, the highest point, is 14,501 feet above sea level, and a point In Death Valley Is 276 feet below sea level. These two points, which are both in California, are less than nine ty miles apart. This difference Is small, however, as compared with the figures for Asia. Mount Everest rises 29,002 feet above sea level, whereas the shores of the Dead sea are 1,290 feet below sea level, a total difference in land heights of 30,292 feet. Mount Everest has never been climbed. The greatest ocean depth yet found is 32,088 feet, at a point about fifty miles north of the Island of Mindanao, in the Philippine islands. The ocean bottom at this point is therefore more than eleven and a half miles below the summit of Mount Everest. ( First Newspaper. The Acta Diurna (Acts of the Day), Instituted by Julius Caesar, comes about as near being the first newspa per as anything we can find. There was an official editor, and the gazette was exhibited daily in public. It was copied by scribes, who sold It to their customers. The Acta contained an nouncements or decrees by the gov ernment, notices relating to the courts, and other matters of public in terest, "Buch as birth, marriages and deaths. It had a wide circulation and in many ways fulfilled the office of a regular newspaper. In the Same Boat. William is small, but shrewd and quick-witted. A little lazy, however, he has been slow-to learn to read. The other day his grandfather, whom he loves dearly, thought to prick the lit tle lad's pride. Pretending to have mislaid his glasses, he handed Wil liam the menu of the ' restaurant, where, as a favorite treat, he had taken his grandson to luncheon. "I can't read without my glasses,' son." he explained. "You read the ice!" cream list to tne." Said William swiftly and solemnly: :"I can't read without glasses, either." Truthful Girl. Melvin Dear, am I the only one you have sat with in this hammock? Melvlna Yes. This is a new ham mock. Judge. It takes a truly great actor to real ise that he isn't the whole show. r BK.2UM of thOM us... .man,, tray hair.. Ua Lcglcsl Result. "Iki lr:iiity rhows pay?'" 'I don't konw, but they ought to show a hNiidaouiM iri!lt.' Easily Satisfied. It taken very little water to umke a perfect pool for a tiny fish, where it will find Its world and puradlxe all In on, and never have a preMentlmont of the dry bank. tieorgo Eliot. rilll.l S Al KEVr H A I) AtiTK re I'rametljr ured ar lOltilr Habek. "1 recoiniiienil r.llilr llabea' to all enfTereie uf Malaria ant China. Have suffered for aeveral y(ar. have tried everything, but failed until I i-anie arroe yi.ur wuiidnrfui niedlrlna. Can tmly aay It haa rured me." iteorge in-e.-oa. Company 1, 4th Ilatalllon. Kllitr lla ark CO rent, all riru-!ate or ly I'art-ela I'oat prepaid from klootew- kl Co.. YVaahington. I). C Met Them Everywhere. A detective remarked at the Middle sex (Eng ) sessions that he knew a prisoner to have associated with men of had characters. "You associate with men of bad characters yourself, don't you?" In quired counsel, facetiously. There was great laughter when the ofllcer replied: "Yes, and in this court, too." ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT AWfrlabrt Preparation for As similating iheFoodaivdRegula ling the Stomachs and lioWls oT UL Fromotes DigcHon,Chcerful nessandRest Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral not Narcotic Wjor 0M DrSAMlUMtMS Mx$mm " Ani S4 A perfect Remedy forConslipa- tion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions. Feverish- ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Fac Simile Signature of Tire Centaur Company, NEW YORK ,e - rf . ( , r, i. - .r - Long-Lived Tnglish Family. Five brothers and sisters, named Harris, whose united ages total 438 years, met at a birthday party at Rad nage, Ducks, England. Their ages are ninety-six, ninety-two, eighty-eight, eighty-two and eighty, an average of more than eighty-seven. Five other members of the same family, who have died, were ageo ninety-three, eighty nine, eighty-eight, eighty-seven and seventy-seven. How She Did It. widow is a good manager. "That V isn't she?" "Manager? I should say so. She got that house of hers fixed up like new for nothing." 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