X Hrinnrkrililn llxxiirf.
I'<rli.| i i'f-i r < ini : k; I »!• dwarf
on re, on I wav S r .lofi'rc) llml'in, the
|l||l, filin'.' " ! mn S' "ft Ilf lillll'-es III
vi-iil of the I'oak." Ho whs lioril
111 UtlflimiNllllo. England. in I'd!'.
,,,,1,-1 L, till- I 'like Of ItlH'k f IIU till 111 Ul
gun,, I |, arietta III ii oold pic. III- nft-
II".. rd I 1 ii mi- ill til • In"! In til'- i-Hirt of
n.arii- i ai -'in or tin- 1-iniri masks
ii„ kiia ■ |-■ ifti-r, ii limn of gigantic
, , iv|,,, |. ill In tol till-III till- III III-
;.rf. | nlli d from oho n lour
,,f n ull md I rom till- olliof .lofTl oy,
,,, ij t u In stti-|iils«- mid amusement
I} :i,o i . n| mi) I'li-si-nt. .foITt'oj Viik
till- 1 1.0 oiilj eighteen tli'-ln-s ill
I n i;i. mod Ht lids stature until he
WHs 111,111 joins of 11(0-, lifter Ml.loll
,1 , |f. ,io OM -0| it 1(111 to till- III WH of
yowlli lo'ik idili-o. sllll-c .loflri j rapid
I , ;,M In III- lliroc fl-Ol IlltlO IllfllC* ill
Ii- ( lit, wliotoiis most iiioii do not gruxv
„ hiiioi of mi inoli a ft or tin- age of
t|..in | Ins iUvnrl Imd iiii omil iiioiih
Ililkolis 11(1(1 lo oinfi s, IlffCI- II St
von- trlnl of mni-rii-d i -. ill if ilio skcb
rfoit in liis doiiji -tio < 'sol v,n-. iio, i-
lug "II jirolty h'.g oin ." 'J lion, in ) • '7.
oiiiiio tin- crisis.
• I - >nr Catherine mid ! m o not i nib
for » noli other," In- wr-no in n lett'T t,,
l-’orslor. "mid tlion* is no licit' I ii.
Sin- is oxnofly xvliut yon know In the
way of la-lug miliiddo mid i o,:.io
1, it wo nro strangely 111 assni-ii'd f".
tin I oiiid tlmt is In-tHi-on its (ioi
knows sin- would li.-m- Ik-oii ;i lln ■ no
llini's Im|iplcr if sin- find married m
otlior kind of limn, mid lo - o 1
nun' of llils dostllij would luiv, Ison
m loitsi oi|im)lj kid for n I ili
years Imvo lint made il ensl i !. ,.
for olfjtor of ns. Tlici'c Is dj of
fniilt on my side. 1 dure my. n tin
way of n ilionstind iiiii o.'tmi ^ . , ,.
prices mid dlllfoiiltlos of d, ,
lint only olio think "III ulli'i nil !!, it.
and tlmt Is Ilio otnl wliloli niter-. exi:x
l„ .,,| mid vor> large liTinds mol foot;
ot lit r\i Iso III- proportions wore syni-
,,,,'trfonl. iiihI Ids ftn-i' was considered
In.iidsolin Votltll's l onipmilon.
<1 ■ ,
I lie I hi'fn I lliinkrt.
jsit-,; siijs n trnrolor. I saw i
, , |,iit to im exiriiordlnnr.v us,
<1, in,,if |it“l I(ofoi'i Ilio ilium-
i, 1,1,1 tout ilio A rail oook r.i 'n d
l, ( ,i ,, , . i,lit ol lln* dom of Hi* kit'-lipti
li nt u Hi a glims oartili in Ids linnd.
lie m i 'll I lip to the tow of il'ilikej
h - i. nnd pin kiijf-s toll,, rod close Ity,
j., ,, ok lln tail ol lln nitlllosl of the
; . oj . lie hast ilj tin ns, Il Into Hi"
It two or three vig'irou-
till !,• ii- do tin' lioltfo mn! fin'll a
i|ii,i |,lj removed Ilio nn< onoonn "1 tall.
■, ,, | Imd tlio Mulct I ml 11*
1 , out dinner. It la I" Hj rln ttlao that
l,,, inttiko fashion exists of slutvlhg
t!,. 11"111' J s' 11<nt 4u different i 4 J s,
, i, ii ., ii lad) of fashion slime-- her
I ,i ii*li lie A oiliill'o Itl'i * ,I "f don
keys known as “llakdatl liilllcs,'' Is
0 i , h < hi I , -hod In the noikhlioi hood of
I 'mo,!i." Their loiik halt ) coat,
10-null) "I pure white or pale K'li), ml-
uni, of fiiidastlo clipping
'this stof) i - IllU'-Irntlve of the ill,so
Into silence and lonollltoss of the typ
leal Aiistralltiii loisli camp:
Tw o men wore > ainpltik loki-lher. Inn
ran Ij cxrliiiiigcd a word.
One iiioi nihk "in' of tint lilt'll remark-
ed at hi'oal-fast. Hoard a i-ow bellow
In the swamp |tist now ."
NoIIiIiiK fiirtlioi- was said, and tlio)
v out ai "Hit lli'-ii- liitslm-.s for tin- n--!
th, day Twi-uty lour (tour- lalor,
ot,', iiniio al liroiikfusl, tin- second
man mi Id.
• ||o, d'you know il wasn't a bull'/"
Ai.Mii no ' ftmuienl Akr-n a pausi-"f
twenty lour linin'.. Next moi-tiliik La
th i mi ti l ■ k 'u i" puck up Id-, "kill)'"
- You going?" iil'illlrod I ho ollioi*.
"Itoi-iiHsc" said Ills frii-iid, "llioro's
to i iniii h ifk i noni in tin - '-a• ip.”
Throe Hank Hills.
General Samuel • Yoaz!o of Bangor
l.ullt tin- first cull road in Maine and
also founded the \*ou-/.ic National
hank of IlmiKor. Ho had noon slim t>
\i",! Boston onct . . '. ,
liy the olroultoiis me,,as of transporta
tion used iii those early days, ! y sttiK' ■
railroad and stoauilinat. 11c arrived
in Boston in the evening and wi nt i >
the old Tromonf I louse for the iiik’it
All lie had with him was an old < . rpc
link, and ns lie was unknown t> the
clerk lie w as Informed that, tun ink no
bngg.-igr, he would ho expo,-tod to pay
“All right." said lie. reaching Into tils
Inside poik' t. lie drew out a picket
hook and took Hierefroni a Sl.ooii hill
of his hank. The < lerk took II. k't out
his Itahk deteeter and looked up
the standltik of the Bangor hank Insti
tution. In a moment lie canic lim-k
"That hank has issued lint three hills
of that denomination.”
“Yes," said the k'-nernl. "and If that
one is not eiiotikh for you. here's the
other two." And lie laid the lolls before
the eyes of Hie astonish' d clerk Bos-
A Scotch Collie Story.
A story ol a Scotch collie is current
on the Derbyshire hord'T, accord lug to
t! •• I lumli e Advrilser. A farmer in
th, l eak district. liavhiK pui-.-hnsed a
small !lo- I. of Icip lit ile I miUlld*.
drove the thick the , hole way from
S -itlund to his farm In Derbyshire
with the aid of a collie dog which w-iis
lent to him ity the S' oteh farm'-r from
wliolli he purchased tile sli ep. . 'When
you get t" your home \vlij*'ie sheep."
said the S'-olehman. "let the (log till
his hell) ; then tell liim to ko JiOUte."
Tin.- I h rli)shire man duly arrived nt
Ids farm with the sheep and was so
1 leased with the collie dog and Its per-
fornmnee that lie decid' d' to keep it a
lew du.es before sending it hu'-k. one
day he was away from home durltig
tlio whole of tlio day, and on returning
in the evening he found that the Scotch
collie was missing and also the (took of
sheep. In a few days tldhiKs came
that the dog had arrived al his Scotch
home and had brought the sheep buck
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
We have secured large additional
space to accommodate our big
stock of furniture and house fur
nishings We are now able to
display the goods to better advan
tage and can show the public that
this store has the most complete
stock of this kind in Newnan,
Come and see.
E. O. REESE,
Kansas i 'it,. Slur.
XI.me i II i* I el I HHliln* lllallkr.
Il Is ii iuiIoiIH Im lilt lln- great A liter
leali pul,lie lias of wnlllluK the kind of
in in ' Hint hotel «-asillers dislike mid
In.VI lln- least of," said one of liaise
iiM'ful 1 iiiii tliiimi'ies "Many are the
limes each dll) 11 in I I am culled upon.
|iv ladies i "peela II)for lift) ei'Ut
pass yuarlei-s won't aimwer. The)
v ut half dollars, ihiiugh why tlmt
purl i iilar is,In I've never lieeu able lo
ei. leislaiid. No ,-a ihlor cures to keep
halve- on hand. Iml alwiijs imiliitnliis
a i* Hid si," k of i|Hiirlers and dimes,
lot tlio reason of their I* -eati'l- I'OllVeil-
leii'i- Many of Hie gin-its also lu-g
ler two dolllll- notes ill-spile tin* file!
flint of all forms ol currcnc) they are
the irinsl oh.leelloiinhle. \Vc never
In la 1 them ' ollilil a I : ! ' It 11(1 |lll) tltPttl
out as fun as the) eoine In." Wash
ke» eiilei-nlli I I-(I I ti i- > nixons.
’I lie Ini 1'islii‘ tIon of oagon
In I iikland ahonl tin- middle ot Ilio ser
ellteentll eenlili) l< I to many alinses
In l.oinlon lie j know n as "hell
i'iiiIs" on iii-i mid of llii' lad ll;pc they
ipvi' the unfurluuiltes Inside. Their
driver-' wi-ri- said m la- "seldom sohi'i.
in-M-r civil and nlwn) late," and the r
sir.1* copied II)* oilier vehicles was
such Hint wlien they broke down all
trallle lielihul "was neeesaltaled lo
-laud stm k Mill on mosl |io,|s||y deep.
M i l w ays till II pica -ed them lo jog
on." hiiilng tin- reign of I’liarli-r I 1
parlliimelit passed an a,-I < oiie,-rnmk
lin- si. i.iris and wagoie. with ex
t ri'iiielj Ill'll \ v pciitl 11 ies for iulYin e
infill - . lull w lien the at l eame lo I e
applied il was illseoveriHl that lln- mod-
i I pr, • i ll"-.I hj il was inipr.e l ■ aide to
stall an extent that lliy Judges gave
dlrei'Hous not I" on force Ihe net.
\ litHiU riii«l ti >\ nr#
I'opj-rlkht ipu-stions are grave enough
nowadays. Imt lliej no Idiigir threcien
to end in w ar. ns in the i-iihc of SI. t_'o-
Ituntia, the lrlshinan who "ottled In
Iona eonvorted north Hrltain and is
i mill i niora!' I on .tune ll. •lie had a
passion for line manuscript osd '"ipios
of tin ni and among others copied a
certain I .si 11 ii psalter In-longing to an
Irl"h nhhot whereupon King Iihir ruiil
coiidcnmcd I'nlim.ha al Turn ruling
that "lo every hook belongs il < copy, as
to every cow II caff." t'diimha ap
pealed M'.ailnst II I- verdict In Ihe prne
Ileal f ain of lin-ltlng Id kinsmen lo
revolt, mill they lie, C ited J liarili;: Id In
Ihe battle of lln- I'saller. The book Is
i I.limed to,lie llii' one w hich in a silver
cover was eairied into lint He by tint
O'Ponnells during more Ilian a Hum
Kind years and may I c seen at ti c
Hoynl Iri-li ai-aileniy today, l.oinlon
Ilreiiklng II liently.
He 1“ a rather serious minded hoy
who has more sense ef responsibility
Hum many grown persons. S<> when
lie was sent to liis grandmother's to
I i-oak tile news "f tier agisl sister's
death In- did so with much gravity ami
n i little self importance,
"Now. Alfred." Ids mother said,
"you mustn't tell grandma suddenly,
I,(-cause it might shuck her. even
though she knew '.Yiint Martini was III.
Tell ii lo her gently."
"All right." assented Alfred, starting
out on his mission with mingled sWcffl-
li ly and e germ ss.
\rrivcd al liis grandmother's house,
lie greeted her with ii s-oh'-i- "I I ■ *11. •!"’
and then proceeded to “break the
news” by ‘-lying:
"Aunt Marla's dead, grandma, but
j on musin'! fool Imd. 'imuso she w as
pretty old. eeyh ,w. You'll tie the next
one, I u'pese," Rrooklyn l.lfe.
Newnan Marbie Works,
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Dealer in—
All Kinds Marble and
Georgia Marble a Specialty. <
Ail work guaranteed to be b'irst Class in every pa
I’arties needing anything in out line are r- y-.cste
examine work, and get prides.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR R. R. JUKGT’N.
The world has :
waiting for the
store of pleasures In
liideed. they may he
I'llllll.* 1*0 IIS lllllllll'I.
Ilam'il mio v er) large, weighing
mu loo pounds Ills ligiire was mi
w-li-ld) and In' lolled from side lo side
iin he walked Ills hand" wore so thick
and ponderoilv lluil penplc woudcrisl
Imw in- could pin) iIn- hiirpHichord or
eigun in nil Ills fuel' was red and
vim rot with a long no-e, thick lower
■ ip i-.iid lull clihi with ii dimple In II
Ills e) oH w ere pi, ndltelil and eve
iirows v er) full lie was a moti.-t mils
enter and ill tinu*s iliuiik liemllv. Hi.
intuell was stupendous, and he alwu.vs
.-iiti-rliilmsl lln- Id, a that there w as no
music lo he compared lo IPs own. lie
was boorish to manner, ipih-k In tom
per, and when lirltnled would some
times g,M ulterniiee to a rotiust oatli
lo thi- ticruitiu langungi lll« eon
lemporalies wild lie lisikist tike a pol
A ilrn<< nIou Kiilamn.
I :ih-nl,i ill Ii n roll III - v liilig has set
iiilie a llfntierie problem as to the
11 In ie Ilf her hirlll Tile Kllcye lupflodl.l
It il la Ii 111,11 gives l.linden. 1ml tlio 1 lit-
llomil-.v of Nnlliillal lllogrnphy prefers
limn Hall, iMirham. and then* l< an
I liny III Hie regisler III' Kelloe elilirell
I efeiTillg to “ Klly.a hetli liiil'l'elt \ I . 11
ton IhiiTi-ti. daugliter and Ih'l child
of Kdward Itarrell Moulton Kim-ott of
i'oxime linll." Itrow uing himself, how
ever, declared that Ills wife was horn
at ('iii'lutlt Hull. Durham. Now. rail
ton Hall Is lu Yorkshire. I'iuallj the
unthorltles are not agreed as to wlicth
ei Mrs Itrow uing was horn oii Mnreli -I
or im March it, hut, of eoui-vr, the out
Slauitlug tael is Hint she was tiorn
finI Ki-i ri-t.
Old Sevres porcelain holds Its own
among tlm e who are wealtliy enough
lo buy II. bocuilKO, within dehuile lini-
ll", II Is pel-feel. The United skill ef
the best li'reneli i-helnlsts, patters,
arllsts and seulptoi-s of ihe time went
to Its milking: Ihe sordid nei-essity of
i arning u prollt did n d Irouhle Hie dl-
reetor "f Sevres, for an easy gviing
lnomin-li was always lend)' lo make
g mil tin* yearly loss
Tci'hllleiil pel-feel loll III) lie was
alined ul, and il was allallied. i’i'eni-h-
111011 of that day grmuhted at the
waste of piddle mum v on Ihe I’oinpa-
dotir's .w him, hut l.ouis took no heed.
Sevres was to prodme the (Ine-i porce
lain at any cost, fm- 1 lip glary of
I , 'ii,e and her Bourbon kings i.on*
■ Ion < ml lo ik.
i . isi|y in lUUie'pation, us was the case
with Amos lt’gg of I'lu-.ntown.
"llow d'ye i'oV” said Mr. lt’ggs cor
d ally to ih, Rt.cni v isage I man who
■ ;-.s Id i eat i site In the ear on the no-
inn nf Mr. Higgs’ Ilr-I trip to l'.os-
ton. "Now win;I ’ Ighl your mime heV
I in you live ill Nash ity or l.ieyond':"
I sli. uld like to know what business
it is of joins whore 1 I've or who I
ma':" said Ills i-oi !■ uion crossly.
"Well, now, II ain't any pnrtlc'lnr
husine- o' i.iine, • I rlell.v speaking."
said Mr. Itlggs mildly, "hut it's jest
like (Ills: I've got a i nisln up In I'an-
mly thill I've never seen, and I've al-
ways thought I mig',1 eonio i.pon him
some time Jest I y a king folks their
mime and so on.”
DAVIS & TURNER SAWATOREU3VI,
Comer College and Hancock Sts.,
NEWNAN, - - - GEORGIA.
High, central and quiet location.
All surgical and medical cases taken, except
Trained nurse constantly in attendance.
Rates $5.00 per day.
Private office in building. ’Phone 5 two calls.
Davis & Turner Sanatorium.
Soih Im* i* 4 Ii i'ImI Ih ii I • y.
The .Wild l.lelil kirk when Dr. t'hal
niers \ IhIIciI ii was a terribly hare lit
lie building. The elders were a grim
net. They kept their bourn t- on their
heads till the minister entered, and
tln-v had ouch a large siii-t. in hand,
which they used for "chappiii" their
noses through hII the servlet*. The
minister wore no gown or hands. He
gave a very long sermon, full of sound
divinity, hut w ithout (tie smalle-d pm-
(leal application and without u vestige
or feeling. At length Dr. Chalmers git
out, the dismal worship being ended
and Ids word was, -If those people
ever get to heaven, tlicj will live on
the north side of it.”
TSif«*fc ii r il SloniiM.
NVhi'ii n ti i i Is npproic-hhig or
passing out i ll tie o -can. the tides are
uoilcGllhly l-lgl.er than usual, as II the
water had l,ecu driven In a vast wave
before the sim-ni. The Iniluence extends
to a great distance from the eyi-lonic
storm i enter, >o that the possibility ex
ists of foretelling the approach of n
dangerous lmrrlchne by means of In
dications furnished l y tide gauges sit
uated faraway from the place then oc
cupied by the whirling winds. The filet
Hint the tidal wave outstrips the ad
vnuclng storm shows how extremely
sensitive tile surface of the sea is lo
the changes of pressure brought to hear
upon II by the never resting atmos
Merck & Dent.-.i
. '“3-i v
\»»l I’rrfiMM \\ Itlioul >li».
Kven a brief holiday al the seaside
was lo ('hitlies Kingsley too .long an
absence from his wife "This place,
lls perl'e,-t," lie wrote on one occusloil,
Owing to Its derl'gllon the word
“green" was originally applied to the
color of vegetation, tint not to Hie color
of the sea. No application of “green"
to the i-iilor of the sea is iiuotcd before
An orange grow- In full Im'RI'IiiR Is
•mi- of the most delightful sights the
••ye call w itness. The trees are a lieau
I if lit shape If left as nature uiaiie
1 lieni The limbs come nearlj to the
ground, so close tliat mi ornnge pli-ker
giM*;- under the tree llal on Ills hack
and often nils HKI oranges from the
tns* Is'lon* lie ,-oines out. Oranges «r<-
never picked, hut are cut off with
shears having a spring between tin*
hand Ies. An orange that has no stem
on it is considered a "cull" and Is not
luiekcd lij a ttrsl class packer.
liiiliMti Mh* I*-.
A traveler tells a story of Indlmi
magic. The.Juggler was a Malay, who
strokisl with tils lingers the blade of u
long knife or creese. The observer saw
"hut (I seems ii dream and Imperfect water fall drop by drop from toe blade, I’hiiui-er. Imt as early as the year 7<kl
without you. Blessed he tiod for the which became flnecld, like a stri^i of p was used for vegetation. The word
rest, though I never before felt the India rubber. Thrown on Ihe ground, | s ufcin to "grass" and "grow.” which
It bounced about, but was a knife blade*
again when lifted by the Juggler. An
examination showed tlmt there was no
water on the mat on widt h the observ
er saw tlie* drops falling.
A Regular Smash-up
1 »*>tnt s ii si rnij'lit tm|f,T te
this place, for tiie very
j.' ),iil rensdii t hat here tin •
wheeled, generally Imt-
terful up velticles nun get,
hack to htisiness at sniuli
c ist. On,- word and that,
is the end of it : W<- d(
carriage repairing and
charge von only just
loneliness of being without Hie Ik*
loved being whose e\erv look and
word* Olid lliolldii Is lln* keynote of
my life People talk of love ending
at the ii I tar. Kinds!"
Tbr l.lmll lo Tltrlr I'rrdiil 111 .
Kansas edllors are ski^iHeal. \ii ex-
*rn>rr Before Work.
The day returns and tilings us the
verb originally belonged to the vegeta
ble world alone. Vegetables "grew,”
hut animals “waxed.” “(Jreeii” comefl
from mi Aryan root, "gliahr.” meaning
to ts* green or yellow, and "yellow,”
"gold" and “yolk" come from that
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY.
In Effect Mny. 1004.
Our Southern Farmers can save fer
tiliser bills and Increase their revenues
i-lmngi- asked "What do you think of ]x*ttv round of Irritating ennoerns and
X <1iMne« Kor Selenee.
“Ki’li'iit istk Iin x t* ills<oM*ri*d
entcrplllni can eat »Uhi limes Its
of fissl In a mouth."
”K-ij." i-t plhsl Hie dyspeptle billion
a!n* "1 wonder If tin- scientists have
ever done any cxporltneulhig lu the
wax of grafting caterpillars' stomach*
on other things'/” Chicago Record
an artist who palmed cobwebs on
telling so iiiituritlly that (lie hired girl
wore herself into nil attack of nervous
prostration trying to sweep them
dawnY’ Mosi of Hu* isllinrs say that
lhere may have been sm-li an iirttst,
tint there was never such a hired girl.
Kansas ('Ity .lournal.
\ Tliue!>- w iirulnit.
.Ilmniy \vtial's the matter with you?
You don't never go In for any fun at
all nowadays. Totumj No. I'm bein'
gissl because I'm goln' to tune a Dirt ti
day puny soon mi' I want to git a
present, .limmy Better tie careful an'
duties. Help us to play Hie man; help
us to perform them with laughter and
kind faces; let cheerfulness abound
with Industry; give ns to go blithely
on our way all (tils day; bring us to
our resting beds weary and content
and undislionored, and g-iuit us in the
end Hu* gift of sleep. Amen! Hubert
Tlmt Cur) I'-reMnit.
Tin- Visitor What a delightfully
snug little tint you have! The Uentei
Isn't it? When we open the door we're
in the middle of (tie room, and when
tin- sunshine ixmies in we have to move
some of the furniture out. Pldcago
Would l.lUi* In lie There.
A Maine 1'Y-eln-h I'anadian mill op
erative In Biildcford asked his over
seer for a few days leave of absence.
Being short of help, the oxerseer asked
him If it was anything very particular
not he too good or iin-bhe they won't (ll . 1( , K> ti> HUiy „ ut f„ r , and lie
give you nothin' hut a Bible. Phllndel-
Thi»I4*c<i nn<l IVni'l Tuiiloon.
Tapioca is nmnufai-titrcd from the
plant called in Brazil manioc. In Peru
juccii ami in Hu* West Indies cassava.
When the true starch Is separated
from tin- root it is placed on hot plates
and while il is heating is stirred xvitli
an Iron rod. The starch grains burst,
and the whole agglomerates Into small,
Irregular masses. Pearl tapioca is not
a product of Hie plant ut all, but of
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS,
by sowing Crimson Clover at the
lust working of their Corn and
Cotton crops. It is the best time
to soxvand you save an extra prep
aration of the land. Crimson
Clover makes land rich in humus
or vegetal,le matter and puts it in
excellent condition for the crops
which follow it. It also makes
replied. "Yaasir: Pm goln’ to git mnr-
rit, tin Pd Ink Is- there; that all."
A no n > toon a.
A Birmingham church" union xvas
n'milug at a xcstrj meeting a list of
Htilisx-riptious to the parochial funds.
Tin list began as follows “The vicar,
a guinea: Mrs half a guinea; au
mumx moils donor, in) self. '_*.', shillings."
liui of Pocket, ThouaH.
When i Jenoral Lafayette attended
l.amart|Ue's funeral tin* croxvd took the
horses out of Ids carriage and drew
Dim homo themsetvi** "Were you not
honored and pleased?" asked a friend.
"Very much pleased," replied Lafa
yette. "hut 1 never saw my horses
A ii \ri t rlC i«\
"What do you think of our now oil
painting?" asked Mrs, Nexvvlch.
"Well.” hiisxxeroil Mr. New rich. “It
>-oenis good enough from the front, but
!f you turn it round and look at the
other side I must say the materia)
seems kind o' cheap."
Iiiirrli'itn. XII lilithf.
A countryman registered at a hotel
In Kansas city the other day. lie did
not explain on what •'plan” he pur
posed to liecome a guest.
"European or American?” asked the
The gm*st looked surprised. "Ameri
can," he said emphatically. "Born and
raised up here in Platte county. 1 don't
look like no foreigner, do IV”
Khi How do yog suppose Ids Satan
ic majesty succivded In tempting
Mother Kve? lie More than likely
Ih- tokl her that apples were gixod for
Bride My dear, this hat has been
crushed beyond redemption, and 1
must have a uexv one Bridegroom—
Very xxell. my darling. I'll stop In
somexx here on lux way home and buy
you one. iBride taints xvitli horror.)
A DlflVrciit Urniilnie.
Beaks What brought on old Wil
kin's paralytic stroke? Peaks—I didn't
know he xvas afflicted with one.
Beaks- But you Just told me he xvas
paralyzed. Peaks- Quite true; hut I
didn't say he was suffering fr/un a
A fine winter cover crop,
An eicelleni grazing crop,
A good early forage crop,
A splendid soil-irnproving crop.
Plowed under early in the spring,
it increases the yield of corn, to
bacco, cotton or other crops which
follow it, to a wonderful extent.
Our sales of Crimson ( lover seed are
increasing enormously e\t*ry year, and
we are to-day the largoat dealers in
this seed in the United states.
Write for prices and circulars piving
information about this valuable crop.
T.W, Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, • VIRGINIA.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalogue,
1-Mioil In August, tells about all Farm
amt Garden Seeds for Fall Plant
ing. Mailed free on request.
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For Information as to
C \Y. ( HKARS,
Hi V. Pans. A Kent.
< luitlmooga, Teun.
U. A NOLAN,
iitcs. on*., address*
V. .1. ROBINSON.
Aset. G. p. A.,
J. O. HAILK.
Gem. Cass Ager.t,
1 TAKE YOUR CL0THIR6 TO
S. C. CARTER S CO.,
\ I t<*x «*r lltnl.
Mr*. A There are times xvhon 1
xxisli 1 xxi-re a man. Mr. A - For In- pa ml) lie stroke.
stance? Mrs ,\. When I pass a mill■ •
ner's window and thhik how happy 1 Doomed.
'He'll never rend) tilt* top In liis pro-
They Appeal to O jy Sympathies.
eoulil make my wife by giving tier a
Oovetouauetw swells the principal to
im' pur|HMH- nnd kvaens the use to all
Husband- Do you rmllv neeil a new
hat? Wife I always need a new hat.
Husband Then xvhnt's the use of get
ting (tils our : l.lfe.
“Why. he believes lie's there now."
"Tbnt's the verv reason that tie'll
The hilions ami pti are constant
-i-.tT-rers and it;>;>« id to our sympath'.e-.
Tiiere is no* line of th- in. 1 ro,x v**r, who —
max- not b' : ,'wUg.it in.-I- t** la-allh and
ht-.jipiiie-s v tie* .is 1 ot * a ii.hi-' lai a -
So ii.nc . anil Etver iahh t* d ln->e tali-
OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON.
when you want them
cleaned, pressed, repaired
or dyed in the best manner
and at the most reasona
T«»« (vnIiI iioiin.
Her My only objection to Mrs. never got there.”--Philadelphia Ledger, kts invigorate the "tonaich and livtr and
Pryor Is that she's a businesR woman. strengthen the digestion. They also .
Him—Indeed! What liusiness is she A goisl action Is uexer lost. It ts a i. k ,e the liowels. j.’,,, S uh hy Hoit 1
engaged In? 1 ler K v er j I ** xt ys.-Chi- treasure laid up and guarded for the Urng-ists. Xi.-wnan, Gu.
eng.t News. ilis'Ka iieexl.—I'alderou.
A good prescription
The Voent ]>ai-ki-t is encut-b for usual occasiou
The fanuly bottle ifiO ,-wiG.) (ntaius a *upp)
fur a year.AU dr-igg.nU sell *hem.