mormug. Dr. B. A. Dan-
My wore called to
the Kelly fern, sixteen ,mUM from the
* *** “**'> of au unfortunate acci-
•autwhicli lied occurred thorethe night
before. Mr. Wade Kelly g young man
who was married a short time ago, was
"Otenaded at his homo by a crowd of
‘yooog men, friends of 1,is, in accordance
with the time-lionorod custom of giving
Mr. Kelly decided to turn the joke on
the Serenaders and going to liis door he
•red his pistol, aiming, as he supposed,
fcto the air. The bullet took an unex
pected course however and to the hor
ror of the man who shot, it struck his
younger brother Mr. John Kelly, whe
■was in the crowd.
The ballet pierced his esophagus,
■ and made a very serious wound, as the
But all thinking,
wd. draws more .
bars the gate to tho kingdom of dreains.
Any device, on the other hand, which
will make one take deep, long breaths
spontaneously, the invariable forerun-
ner of sleep, may be counted upon as a
genuine remi*dy for insomnia. Even
deep breathing which is forced is bet-
ter ttyan any purely mental attempt to
win sleep, but- if the deep breathing.
can be produced- luvoluntarlly one is
sure.of a passport to Nodland.
After several nights of experiment
to this desired end the writer decided
to apply the principle adopted by the
masseurs, who begin their manipula
tions “at the point-farthest from.the
seat of difficulty,’' which in the case
•f insomnia would be the feet -Lying
on the right aide, with the knees to
gether and considerably flexed, _ the
victim of insomnia should begin to
. pedal both his feet slowly up and
down, with the 'movement entirely In
'Che ankles. The pedaling should keep
time with the natural rhythm of res-
, piration and be continued until It la
feUoiyed by deep* and spontaneous
1 breathing. . „
; Several people who have tried this
, remedy report that Involuntary deop
’ breathing invariably begins before
they have pedaled up and down n
Just in from across
Iiquozone is simply liquid oxygen—no
drugs, no alcohol in is the discovery
of Pauli, the great German chemist, who
spent 20 years on it.'His object was to
get such an excess of oxygen in (staple
form into the blood that no germ could
live m any membrane or tissue.-x
Oxygen is life to ah animal—the very
'source o£ vitality. We would die in three
minutes without it. In this liquid form
its effects are exhilarating, purifying,
vitalizing. But germs are vegetables, and
this excess of oxygen is deadly to vege
! am going to sell Dinner Sets, odds and
ends in Dinner. Ware at a room-making
Come talk it over with us. Every
piece of ware that leaves mv store car-
i ies an absolute guarantee against crack-
Jnff* V ' •
Now is youc golden opportunity.
C. B. QUINN.
f have rpfpnilv entered the real estate
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
tive offers to preset.
ap tho pedaling taro or three minutes
sr even mort. with intermissions. If
accessary. The treatment may a tea be
varied by mevtng the feet alternately
Instead of simultaneously.. though tile
latter method has proved, the more
speedily efficacious in the cases known
t» the writer. The explanation of the
remit obtained is probably 1 simple.
The Mood is pumped from the bead,
and with the removal of brain tension
a general relaxation follows, -with a se
quent deep respiration and its result
ing steep.—Good Housekeeping. .
factory movement of the bowels.” There
are people In this community who need
just such a medicine. For sale by J. W.
Peacock. Every box warranted. dw
Sanford’s Green House and a Tenant
House Go Up in Flames.
▲ clear moon Indicates at.
A dull looking moon means rain. *
A single halo around the-moon Indi
cates a storm.
. If the. moon looks high, cold weathpr
If the moon looks low down, warm
weather is promised.
The new moon on her back always
denotes wet weather.
A double halo around the moon
means very boisterous weather.
If the moon changes with the wind
in the east, tbeu shall we have bad
If the moon be bright and clear
rheu three days old, line weather is
promised. . ’-j - - \
When the moon la visible in the day
time. then may we look forward to
cool days. - l ,V
When the points' of the ^crescent of
the new moon are very clearly visible,
fpfwt mn» tw Innkixt fnr
At a late hour on Thursday night
there were two disastrous fires near the
•ity. About ten o’clock a tenant house j
belonging to Dr. T. M. McIntosh was
Aarped down. The house was situated
■tir the forks of the Boston road with
^^bonlevard two milesjeast of the city.
V▼rumored that the fire was of ineeu-
Tliis theory is carried .put by tho fact
tluitii short time later Mr. H. A.
Sanford’s green *Iiouse caught fire and
was destroyed. It is some 400 yards
from the other house, and could scazcoly
have caught from the first fire. The
tenement house was worth about 9800,
and Dr. McIntosh carried mo insurance
•n it. Mr. Sanford’s loss was consider
ably more than that. There is no clue
to the incendiaries, if tive houses were
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treat may be looked for.
If the new moon appear with Its
polute upward, then will the month be
dry. b$t should the points be down
ward more or less rain'must be ex
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26 East Bay Street, Savannah' GaJ
“I dunno. Guess mebby it’s one o’
them misprints fer a.sardine.”
“There ain’t no twenty foot sardines,”
“Well,, there might be the reemoins
“I don’t believe it
incut is reqnired. J. W. Feacoex.
Tlie county commissioners have l»ad
considerable difficulty with their flat,
S bridge on the Oohlookonee.
[Down parties hare been in.
with the operations of the
he commissioners are anxious
sr who it is. In order to make
,ple anxious they .have offered
for evidence to convict. Their
tiou appeals in another oo!-
stomach tkodples" causes
Heart tronble is almost always caused
hv stomach trouble. >e stomach faUs
to digest all the food, and the remdue
ferments, forming excess of gsatvhidi
They digest the food and
^vSi Xfr«n7oS i° gf
2£ lf there is no gad tai yo« »ton>ach
Joor hemt wiltnot trouWe you. J. W.
-t-t -Do you suppose
anybody’d want ter buy a bok of slch
■ardlnes? 1 guess not” . '
“You’re too dern criticaL Ef there la
th* reemains o' any twenty- foot sar-
dlnes on tb’ Penobscot don’t you sup
pose there might also be th’ reemains
of men big enuff to buy ’em by the
box'? You’re a ntheeist, theta what
you are.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
k New scltnlUic Disco
mm ana ner’
A Venaee to Society.
The ColeBcT—Weh, bdys, this is my
lost night at the club. “Tve got to
be a fearful menace to society, so
there’s nothing left for me to do but
go away and be a hermit for the rest
of my life. .
Tlie Chorus-^Why? .
The Colonel Because I’ve lived here*
so long I know everybody’s family his
tory. ~ — * ’ 1
The Chorus—What of that?
The Colonel—And, confound it, i*v$
got into the habit of thinking aloud.—'
New York TJlmes. *
It purifies the blood by eliminr.DgkTi ■
■-vnsie matter and Other impuriti^R-! ! ;
-c-airoying the germs or mic/ Van t^
» ilest the blood. It builds/^
• f restoring and multiplying . .-r i T fc :'T
; .’.soles, making the blooth,,, ^ a . .
.restores and^kimulatt* the r.
. using a full fra 3 flow bf nerve lw,
i >r»>ughout the entire nerjd system. L
jetdily cures unstrung ni-rves, riervo- '■=
p.oss, nervous prostration and all disease.'
«i ihe nervous system.
This is the Ingersol! Pollar Watch,
which sells at, the lowest price, carries
the strongest guarantee and has a larger
sale than all other watches. Perfect in "
accuracy, size and style.' other Ingersolls
at $1.50, tr.75 and $2.00. Sold by dealers every
where or postpoid.by us for $1.00, Booklet Free.
Fresh testimony in great quantity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr,
King’s New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds to he unequaled. A
recent expression from T. J. McFarland
Bentorville. Va. serves as example. He
writes: *:l had Bronchitis for three
years and doctored ail the time without
being benefitted. Then I began taking
Dr. King’s New Discovery, and a few
bottles wholly cured me." Equally effec
tive m curing all Lung and Throat trou-
,r ; this is x tome or
EAU DE QUININE ~
. HAIR TONIC
hU4c By the fun6n« French perfumer Ed.
• rsa. ffissiisss
urn like the reel article ©aljr in p.ckifc.
iSL roouafth. kUr ... Iceept them from
P.VDALES TONIC h a specific for e
arms o! Malaria. It acts on a new pri,
q.10.. It kills tho microbes that produ-
' Jariru- ‘ The ca mss being remove^ t!
iONtCj'is guaranteed to cure the mu,
Niktinate cases of Malarial Fever. CUii
tecer. Ague, etc. Wo authorise il
a .hrs.handling our remedies to refiu:
V'B-luse price for every bottle o
,.Yt>.U.KS TONIC that does nut giv.
took place the terrific encounter be
tween St Duustsn and the devil. At
any rate, the anvil, hammer and tongs
which are'alleged to have belonged to
the saint are stUI preserved at May-
Mlaa Head at Home..
Jlivet Head entertained it l.er
, clsy street on Friday night,
«of theyonngur sodety *peo-
B hor guests. Those present were
3Unc tu» Carroll, Brown, Mabel