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' producing light, doiat. whoU.
some cakes and paalrUs
'is hlgi. grade and
f moderate in price
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ache coma (nun a torpid liver and
cloKKd bowels, which en una your
stomach to tioma filled with undl-Ki-htud
food, which aoura and IcrmmH
Ilka giirbiiKt In a swill barrel. That's
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cation, foul !'. 1'iid breath, yellow
kin. inoiit.il f".tr, everything that la
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bowels a thorough clennslng and
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work while you sleep a 10-cent box
from your elruKKlht will keep you fuel
ing good fur months.
When a locul train pulled up at the
Scottish Junction where passenger
rhnni; for Kurrlemulr the porter put
his head In the window of one of th
compartment mid ael:
"Any on hi re for Kurriemulr?"
Titer wns no r -uponae and present
ly th train innveil on.
1 linn nn did Scotswoman remarked
'Am for Kurrlru.ulr, but I wouldn't
tell that Imjuinlilve Idiot so when be
poured in!" Washington Star.
A Solemn Task.
"What's the condor at your houa
"W am discussing th adTlsablllty
of Impeuihlug th cook." Kansas City
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ln Napolnri-a a.rr.t Bh. falla In Iot.
'with him ah. irn.i to tola him In aa
att.mpt to ..cap. 1y th. um of flr
I worha h. eTimm.tna a rtirlmj. flrlnc ma
Irhtn. whlrh r..ml.fe. a monater .nata.
j ti .ac.r. and .nda hi. m.a.aaa to
I Ara K.ltann raMa on A.tra aa promlat.
H. :.lla h.r hla plana for df.n. hart
i h.n nrtmpl.t.d but that h. will air. full
er dtalla at hla worhihop nn th. laland
i of Plryn. In th. PiHfl TTi.y mak. th.
trip In thro. honr.. It'a plana ara ttutd
on th. p-tillaritr of tha n.w auha'anra.
etrrnlth. wfilrh la llr-t.r than any known
motel and la prartlrallr Inrioatrurtlhl.
Th. Furopeaoa enrrood In paMlnf th.
i He. of tanlatlon hut find that th. Ameri
jran. hav. Mtahltah a eacnnd on. Rdl-
Mn d.lWar. a not. to von W.rd.na'eln
' In hi. nvahlp demanding that th. 0Nit
h. withdrawn IMIatn la attnok.d. but
;h th. ua. of aom. mrat.rlotia powar h.
; 4-tmri two w.raMp. aod wTtrnl aero
plane rV.llrtnt Ma h.lpl.MO... W
S.nat.tn withdraw, hla IWt and rona.nta
! to nnlv.raal dtaarmnm.nt IMIvtn'a moth
i ar I. Ill eti th. laland of Ctnrn. Count...
j ftoatny off.r. to an and romfort h.r hop
Inc to dlao.r F.l'aon'a tMrr.a ffb. o
flna to wonv. a net around ff.ntoa Hu
i pr.t. Kdl.on'a ae.t.t.ot Th. rount.aa
a.t. a l.ft.r from Wrrdrnateln oOVrlnc
h.r to. prlnr.dom of ahomhurr T thow
i for Fd'aon'a aeor.t. fdl.nn and Pantoa
art In aenrrh of a new dpo1t of etrrn
rth. their ripply h.ln almo.t ehanafed
Th find It on the eamte of "Irhorrhtirff-
I. lthow Th. eountea finally ta ffnnfoa
,lnfo her rl.ifrhe. Phe aeta another letter
from Werdrn.teln aklnr her to And out
why Fd'iion la Intereat.d In th. B-hnm-h'ir
eatat. Fd'aon appllea peraonally to
Werdrn.teln with an offer for the prop
'.rv. hot afa no attaf.otlon. Aatra and
Fdlaon aet th. date for their weddlna
Werdenat.ln feta a letter from th. coun
I m promlalne to reveal Edlaon'a aerreta
1 s. aooe as th. property la turnod ovor to
CHAPTER XVII Continued.
"Both th Count Roslny and the
eountoss wr members of th German
secret service They needed means
to keep up their title and did not heal
tat to berxim spies. Penlde. sh
said It was her (treatest pleasur to
participate In Intrlgu and th excite
ment of thla profession.
"A few years later, a eomplet moral
wreck. I brok awsy from ber. and
went to Russia. Thar I becam a
tool of that Infamous, rrewsom soci
ety that work In th dark against all
that Is good. It wss my fate to b se
lected to do tha ugliest crime of my
llf. I thsnk Ood I waa prTntd
"I am trying to right the wrong I
Intended to do you. I know my puo
Ishment can only b death. I expect
It. I long for It, and thas. my last
words, ar sacred.
"I bay not seen her for ysrs and
her anexpected appearanc on th
seen diverted my mind for a mo
ment I wanted to kill ber.
"This Is my tory, your ladyeMp.
and aloe I have breathed American
air. n though It came through prle
on windows, I begin to underetand th
greatness of U Ideals you ara sarv-
tng. and I beg you not to condemn m
In your thought. Th knowledg that
your nobl mind pardon th unhappy
'tool of a wrong Idea, will eaa my laat
i -AKTZEL VON ROTHENBERQ."
Thar th long letter nded. but an
other sheet wa waiting to be read:
"Your ladyship My former com
munication waa written b.for I f
aelved th news that I am pardoned.
"Llf t precious, and whll I was
ready to gl It up. I accept your kind
act that waa Inaplred by fba goodneas
f your heart, Jubilantly. You gar
m llf and liberty and will you now
Mept my tru and faithful aarrlc
to long as I llrat
"If I could tell you bw I fel toward
yur ladyship, you would not haltt
in rolr upon iii.
-Ood shall ilT il - blessings
soon you and your.
T will b at the Columbian HoUl
awaiting your decision.
"Your gateful aerrant,
"AETZEL VON ROTHENDERO
Naooleon placed th long mlaslr oa
U,, desk and looked thoughtitiUy at
iZ.VlntiZ T'V th w'lnn of North
i ,Vl' ,..',,bn from th. rt
Serfu lnv.nt f Hannibal n.4,nt
lii lavanftMn K4 - .a
from f,,,. i..... " ... ?"lrZ
Astra, tnn wtrhont a word, trn4 to
A fw minute later b wa talking
to hi master mechanic, old Jerome
Whlaller, on th Island of Clryn.
"Hallo, Mr. Edison I What caa
do for yon."
"How 1 everything at Clryar
"Th aarodromon all In T"
"Yea, sir, except th Eagl, that 1
yoar prtvata machine."
"Har you seo th CaunUss Ro
"8b left with Mr. Duprel. day be
fore ytrday on th Hawk."
"Dut Santo brought tb nacfcia
"Not he, bat young Sulltraa. who
went with thorn."
"Than h doe not know wbar gaa
to and th count left th mav
"H aays he doesn't"
"Leave tb Hawk aa ah la; dont
touch bar unUl I com. That la all
I wanted; sorry that I bad to dlatvb
you. Oood night"
II disconnected tb 'graph and
turning to Astra said:
"Rantoa la another victim of th b
wltchlng eo iu teas. 1 am aorry for
"Sb seam created ta leave eorrow
wherever eh goes. Poor Santoal"
Th Secret of th Asrodromaw.
Th nowly made Prlncaa at Schom
burg Llthow and har Dane. Santos,
reached Berlin safely. They flaw ta
th Hawk to Irkutsk In Aslatl Sueala
and from there continued their )oar
ney on tb quick aerolln to tb Oar
maa eapltaL They sent tb aarodro
mon back to Clryn.
Til Roslny maaatoa was ready tor
than. Roeltta's first action waa to
aod word to tb Count tow Werdao-
eteln that sh wanted to see him.
Whan th chancellor earn. Roattta
racalred him alone. It waa necaasary
for bar to explain th situation. Tb
Count Roslny was dead. H bad been
on board th Tsar that Napoleon bad
sunk. This freed RosltU. bat as a
prlneees sb could not marry a plain
cltlion, so sh asked th count to
make Mr. Duprel a titled nobleman.
RosltU told all sh thought neceeeary,
and they talked for a long Um.
Ban toe was told tb plan without
th slightest Idea that It waa a tre
mendous, far-reaching plot designed to
destroy ail tb achievement of th
pea commltte. H could aa noth
lng but Rosltta, h could think of noth
ing but their approaching marriage.
Th purpose th chancellor and Ro
sltta bad In mind, waa to manufacture
and equip a numbsr of aerodromonea
If they pursued thla desire, they would
hare. Inside of a year, th powr to
master th situation and tak tb lead
in political affair.
Suameg now belonged to Rosltta and
the clrynlth depoalt there waa very
rich. Th Count ron Werdensteln
plaeod aa unlimited account in the
bank to her credit, so that sh and
Santos could begin work at one.
Tb people of Kiss-Cell were sur
prised at the unusual actlrttle dis
played by tb Strang men Imported.
S aa toe Duprel waa very buay. He
had been Informed that after th suo
ceaaful completion of th Brat aero
dromon he would har tb tltl of
"count" conferred upon him, and that
thla would remove all th barrier be
tween Rosltta and him. Their mar
riage would tak place th day of th
trial flight This fired his ambition,
and he worked bard and long. He waa
allowed to plan aa h wlabed, and on
day laid bis blue prints before tha
Count ron Werdensteln. He showed
him thst a largsr snd mor powerful
aerodromon than Napoleon's would
ba necessary; otherwise th design
and make would be unchanged. Thla
Improvement In six would glr mora
motive power, and thus mak it u pa
rlor to the Eagle.
"The Power, f Courae, I Electricity."
"And what la your moUr power?
t don't see any detalla In your plan
hat would explain th wonderful
power that your darlla of th air pos
ses." Santos east a questioning glace at
Rosltta. She nodded acquiescence,
and h began:
"Th powr, of cours. is electricity.
I will try to i plain things as simply
aa they are. Tha flight of tha aero
dromon la based on tb flight of a
bird not any bird, but th king of th
air, tb eagle. Slxe of body, wings,
and balance ar all eonaldarad. After
a long search and study, Napoleon Ed
ison found that no muscle powsr could
har th endurance of tb eagl and a
few other bird that ar able to eorar
remarkably long dlatanoaa La a vary
short Mm. R closely examined Br
ing birds, and took th homing pigeon,
for example, after a long flight, and
proved that they bad collected In their
feather a surprisingly Urge quantity
of atmospherical electricity, Tb
feathers on the wings especially, serve
as collectors, and every little hair like
feather adds to the supply.
'When the bird begins to fly a regu
lar magneto la created, that baa It
two poles at tha two end of th wing.
On sld Is th negative and the other
the positive. From the moment thla
electric-magnetic state is reached, all
the work the muscle ar ax pec ted to
do 1 to direct the flight, aa tb wings
ar mored by the force of the elec
tricity; that Is, tbey come together un
til tb fore of th opposite magnetlo
power force them apart, and th repe
tition of this operation Is called flight"
"That certainly sound simple," mur
mured the chancellor.
'Now take the aerodromone," con
tinued Santo. "Through mechanical
lnrentlon, and clrynlth, wa bar Im-
prored th bird's method of flight The
Improvement Is in the storing away of
unused magnetism. The more quickly
we fly, the more magnetism is gath
ered by the machine." Santos pointed
to the front part of the machine on th
blueprint calling tb chancellor's aV
tentloa to the contrivance that gar
the machine the appearance of aa
eagl. It waa a large brasa ball, cov
ered with a clrynlth cap. Then h
pointed to a broad brass bar that ex
tended over the entire top of the ma
chine; that bar waa like a roand
bruah, and Its duty was to gather In
every little spark of electricity, and
store it In the brass collector. When
the Insulation waa broken, a lightning
flash was sent out, directed at the will
of the air man. So long as the ma
chine waa In motion there was always
plenty of electricity In tb collector,
ready to be sent out to causa destruc
tion to anything.
"Wonderful!" sighed the count "1
know what those spark mean, I have
seen them In action."
"The simple machinery that 1 bunt
Into every aerodromone is to control
tbe flight and to start the wing-.. On
account of the extreme simplicity of
tbe mechanism and the tretnendooa
strength of elrynith, th aerodromon
Is. practically speaking, lncUastrao
tlbl." "But bow can on machine captor
tb other, or eren fight tbe other, tin
der theae conditions?" asked the coast
"There are two ways In which a ma
chine may gain victory orer the other.
One is to disable the brain of tbe ma
chine, that la, the man behind th
"How can that be done V asked tha
count eagerly. j
"Clrynlth, as you know, la harder ;
than anything except the diamond, eo
I believe if bard steel bullet were
made with diamond points they would
penetrate the comparatively thin ahell
of clrynlth that defend th airman.
However, this Is only a theory. Ex
periments must show th advisability
of their manufacture,"
"What la the other way?"
"That la a certain method, and la
baaed on the law of electricity that
seem to govern aerial navigation."
"What I ltr asked th count Impa
tiently, aa Santos hesitated and looked
"It is the same aa when a boy take
a piece of amber or any other sub
stance that can bs magnetised and
lift ap a paper scrap The quicker
airman baa to maneuver so aa to alight
on top of the hostile machine. Tb
lower machine then sticks to the up
per, like the paper to the amber, only
with such great force that It cannot
be releaaed until tbe current la a top pad
and tha necessary tnaulation between
the oppoalng force 1 obtained."
"But tb wing of th lower machine
might strike the upper," remarked the
"It looks that way," answered 8av
tos wearily. It brought back the nap
py days In tbe service of Napoleon,
and bis heart waa heavy. "But aa I
bare mentioned, different laws prevail
In the air, totally different from the
laws that govern the land or water.
The atmospherical electricity haa
qualities that cannot be Judged by omr
present knowledge. It haa to be ex
perimented with. Our trials on the
Island of Clryne showed as that the
aerodromonea do not injure each
other; they might stick together, or
be burled apart, but they are aever
"Then you think, Mr. Duprel, that
you will b able to captnre Bdisoaw
forcs?" The little man cast an appealing
glance toward Roaltta; aha looked him
atralght in the eyee and encouraged
him. He aald bravely:
"Mr. Edison 1 a very formidable en
emy, but our Improved machine win
giv us tb advantage, and beaidea.
we will have a larger fleet"
Tbe count waa satisfied and th
work under Santoa' direction went on.
It took months before the factory waa
In perfect ahape, and tha various part
were manufactured for th aerodrc
monea. They often wondered that Napoleoa
had not appeared to interfere vttfc
(TO BS CONTINUITX)
Keeping Har Sweet,
"Your daughter la great reader.
"Do yon exercl a anaorahlp
what sh reads?"
"Only to th extent of barrio th
Behind en Hla Schedule.
"What's the matter, old top?"
1 have a remedy I wtah yoa'd try.'
"TO pwt the remedy on my waiting;
list At my present rate of
111 sat to It In aboat two
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Ahead of His Time.
"You are going to fiddle while Rome
"Yes," replied Nero.
"liiit you can't play the fiddle."
"That's all right. That fact won't
be noticed In the moving pictures."
he diaeerful life
It is th right of everyone
It to ourselves and those who
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The wife, mother and daughter suffering from not Oaabea, nervousness.
tuacUcha, bkacb, d rmin-down feelinc. or any other weakiMa. duo to (Uaordre
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Henry James, the American novel
ist, lives at Rye, one of the Cinque
ports, but recently he left Rye and
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estate of a millionaire Jam manufac
turer, retired. This man, having mar
ried an eart's daughter, was ashamed
of the trade whereby he had piled up
The Jam rmrrrntacturer one day
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vowing that it was outrageous the
way the James servants were trespas
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"Dear Sir I am very sorry to hear
that my servants have been poaching
on your preserves.
p. s. You II excuse my mentioning
your preserves, wont your .New
An Eye to FfTect
"Is it true you eat with your knife?"
"Not always; only In public, where
my constituents can see me.
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A Poor Crop.
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"My cutworms and caterpillars ara
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"We must get a nurse who is a
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A gate valve for a water pipe Una
large enough to drive an automobile
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many. The largest settlement In Greenland
Is Sydproven, which has a population
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Recent statistics showed 256.SSS
motorboats, valued at more than
000,000, in the United States.
A Most Important Func
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The purpose of the kidneys being ta
Alter the blood the question of treating
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is to purify the blood with an antidotal
affect such aa you get from 6. 8. S.
It ahould be remembered that the kid
neys are made up of a fine net work of
blood vessels, and it is to stimulate th
functional activity of kidney tissue
through this capillary net work thai
6. S. 6. shows one of its most remarkable
The medicinal value of the component
of S. S. S. are relatively just aa vital ta
healthy kidney action aa the nutriment
obtained from grain, meat, fats, sugar,
or any other part of our dally food is ta
the natural reconstructive requirement
of the tissue. And there Is one com
ponent of S. S. S. which serves the active
purpose of stimulating the cellular tissue
of the kidneys to a healthy and judlcteua
selection of its own essential nutriment.
Thus, in cases of rheumatism, cystitis,
chronlo sore throat husklnes of vole,
bronchitis, asthmaAand the myriad el
other reflex lndiciwoni of weak kidney
action, first purify your blood with 8. 8. 8.
so It will enable the tissues to rebuild
their cellular strength and regain thai
You can get S. 8. 8. at any drug etore,
but take no other so-called blood purifier.
8. S. 8. is purely a botanical product,
and you will make a great mistake ta
have some enthusiast palm off a mer
cury, arsenic or iodide of potash prepare.
I tlon that may do you irreparable nana.
8. S. 8. la prepared by The Swift Spe
clflo Co:, 160 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Oa,
1 and It you have any deep-seated or oh
i etlnate blood trouble write to their MeaV
' leal Department for free advice. It Wll
be worth your while to do so.
P. N. U. No. 44. 'IS
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