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After Eating I
Nausea between meals, belching, vom
iting, flatulence, fits of nervous head
ache, paiu in the stomach, are all
symptoms of dys]>epaia, and the longer
It is neglected the harder it is to cure it.
Radically and permanently cure it—
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
•Cher digestive organs for the natural
performance of their functions.
Accept no substitute for Hood’s
I “I had dyspepsia twenly-flvs years and
took different medicines but got no help
until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Have taken four bottles of this medicine
and can now eat almost anything, sleep
wall, have no cramps in my stomach, no
burning and no dlstresaY Maa W illiam
Q. BAsarrr, IS Olney St., Providence. R. I.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla promisoa to
•uro and keeps the promise.
Poor Feeble (al>out to be operated
on for appendicitis?—Doctor, before you
begin. I wish you would send and have
our pastor, the Rev. Mr. Harps, come
Dr. Cutter—Certainly, if you wish it.
"I'd like to be opened with prayer.”—
How to Keep House.
Free Ion» Rtonrg in America.
"It !• a little strange." said Irving
L. Russell, "that the United States,
so far ahead tn national rosources of
every other part of the globe in all
essential things, should be so deflcient
as a prottucer of precious stones.
am of the opinion that there will be
a big discovery some day of the most
I valued gems, probably tn wouie out
With all the luxuries and pleasures
of this life, ita big enjoyments and its
smaller comforts, the-e is an offset or
antithesis which we have to contend
with in the form of aches and pains.
In some way and by some means every
K of » .K
• «orne » form
one has a touch
at some time. Trifling as some of them
may be, the risk is that they will grow
to something greater and rack the sys
tem with constant torture. There is
nothing, therefore, of this kind that we
have a right to trifle with. Taken in
time, the worst forme of aches and
pains are easily suldued and cured by
the free use of St. Jacobs Oil. No
well regulated household ought to be
without a bottle of this great remedy
preparation, package, distribution and
for pain. It is the specific virtue of
dealers' profits make the prices to the
penetration in St. Jacobs Oil that car
consumer about double the importing
ries it right to the pain spot and effects
a prompt cure even in the most painful cost.
cases of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciat
No More Orphans.
You want it also in
Bishop Potter admitted at a dinner
the house at all times for hurts, cuts
and wounds, and the house that always the other night that he had fallen into
has it keeps up a sort of insurance the habit of asking hi* wife what he
should speak about If called upon at
any public function.
Their Very Best.
"My wife told me this evening." he
really said, "that she would like to have _
ought to buy the house. Now, If you correct a rumor that has been going
and your wife will only discuss the around to the effect that she intended
to give up ber bouse to an
Peckham—Oh, that's out
We never discuss things.
“ 'Tell the guests at dinner. If you
The most we can ever do is dispute say anything.' she hade n>e, 'that it is
about them.—Philadelphia Press.
I have already taken in one
orphan, and I do not propose to admit
any more into my bouse, if I can help
E. 8. Jackson, alias G. E. Morgan,
etc., taking subscriptions for Munsey's
and Seattle Star is a faker. Subscribe
For bronchial troubles trv Piso'» Curs
through authorized Star agent. Above
It is a good cough
reward for causing his arrest.
medicine. At druggists, price 25 cents.
▲ Russian lieutenant gets about 1200
a year, a captain about $300 and a
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Tbo Wrong Girl.
Miss Passa.v (with affected lndig-
nation)—Mr. Huggard caught me in
the dark ball last evening and kissed
bv local applications as they cannot reach the me.
di «easel portion of the ear. 1 here is only one
Miss Tepprey—Oh, I wouldn't blame
way to cure dea:De«s, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in him.
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Kustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
Jou have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- blame him?
ig, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is
Miss Pepprey—You say the hall was
the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube re tored to its normal dark; it was undoubtedly an accident
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, —Philadelphia Press.
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend for
“Is it true dat Uncle 'Hastus has got
de lung trouble, like I heard?” asked
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Mrs. Jackson, anxiously,
Hall's Family lUls are the best.
'Rastus was a valued member of the
If the wife Isn't boss during the neighborhood society.
"True! I reckon it’s true.” said Aunt
she doesn’t amount to
'Stasia, with a sort of sorrowful pride.
much as a ruler.
"De trouble's been chasing back and
fo'th among two or three ob his lungs
for dese two las' months, and dis mo'n-
ing de doctor said it 'peared like anoth
er one was gwine to be affected 'lens be
Tke INTERNAL REMEDY
could find some more pow'ful remedy.”
No Case Exists it Will Not Care
Perrin’s Pile Specific
Some of the most stubborn diseases enter
into the system through the pores of the skin.
Like a sponge, it absorbs poisons of various
kinds, which are taken up by the little blood
vessels beneath the surface of the body, and
emptied into the great current of the blood.
The juices of poison oak and other noxious
■wild plants percolate through the skin like water through a sponge, are
taken into the circulation, breaking out afresh each season, and linger
ing on for years unless antidoted and driven out of the system.
Dye Poisoning among the employes of dye houses, and from wear
ing colored under-clothing and hosiery, is of frequent occurrence
and dangerous to health,
POISON OAK AND ITS BTFECTS.
causing boils and sores and
fifteen years ago I was poisoned with Pol
son Oak. I tried remedy after remedy witboat
Workers in lead, brass getting relief. Sores broke out over my body and
my tongue, affecting the lining of my mouth.
and other metals ars often on
Finally, about a year ago my doctor told mo to
poisoned by the chemicals *rz b . a. s.. which I did. Aftsr taking tbres
all the soree disappeared, and I havenot
and acids used in polish- bottlee
been bothered since, and I feel much indebted to
ing, and the dust and fil your valuable medicine for so prompt and com
a cure. I am certain that 8. 8. 8. will do all
ings settling upon the skin, plete
that la claimed for it in blood diseaaas.
and which find their way Danville, Ky.
through the pores into the
blood, followed by inflammation, swelling and the most obstinate sores.
Blood Poison, the vilest of all human diseases, is often con
tracted through shaking the hand or handling the clothing or other arti-
des used by one infected with this dangerous poison. The deadly virus
finding its way through the pores of the
skin, cont aminates the blood and produces
fearful ulcers, eruptions and blotches.
The diseases that enter the system by
absorption or through the pores are as
deep-seated and dangerous as any brought
on by internal causes, and cannot be
reached by washes, salves, soaps or other external remedies. The blood
must be purified and a healthy circulation established before getting
permanently rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon the blood, ridding it
of the original poison and restoring it to a healthy, normal condition.*-
S S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable, an unrivaled blood puri.
fier and the best of all tonics. With all impurities removed from the
.>J and eruption, disappear from the akin. Write us should
you desire medical advice or any information about your case ; this will
coat you nothing.,
SWIFT SPFGIHC GO; ATIAMTA, GA.
It Is well known that the deep oceans
and the continents have occupied rela
tively their present [Kieltlon far back
in geological times, aud the great an
tiquity of tiie principal elements of life
In the oceanic islands testifies to the
«itfflculty of dispersing the higher types
of life across «vcean barriers and the
alm.vst Impossibility of such dispersion
of the vertebrates.
But all evidence points to the for-
mer existence of wide land routes be-
tween the northern polar areas and the
irreat land maf«es to the south, *■>**
the facta of vertebrate distribution In
the northern hemisphere in meeosotc
and tertiary times can be satisfactorily
explained only on the hypothesis of
a common polar origin of the principal
ancestral stocks, which then dispersed
outward from the polar
spread over America and Eurasia.
This is a very brief statement of
the hypothesis which the writer forti
fies by voluminous quotations from the
record the rocks have preserved. The
reader is referred to Mr. Wieland's pa
per for the evidence that the rich veg
etation of the various horizons repre
sented within the arctic area forms the
original source of most of the plant
families that we know, and that as we
proceed farther south we find In the
rocks forms of life that are now preva
lent on the surface nearer the equator.
The climate and the consequent life
which existed in the Dakotas and Wy
oming In the eocene period were those
that are now found In Florida.—New
HAVE TRAIT8 OF YANKEES.
Residents of Argentina Have Qualities
Peculiar to New England,
j c. avsn co.
____ l --
Ute. Bond ”
Then lie followeii Clara from th.
room, and went Into a close waalon
Iler Illg Fee*.
with the problem.
Mrs. Hamilton ami Mr. Bomt dis
cuued every subject under the sun
while they waited for Mr. Hamilton
At last they heard him lu
the adjoining room throw down th.
l«>ok and declare that the answer In
the hack was wrong
The man who
wrote the book did not know what be
was about- that was all.
• No. I'.il'i
said the answer was right.”
Now Mr. Bond bad more than one«
In his district school days been pro
nouueed a "born mathematician,
promptly offered to work the problem
for Clara, and the dogeared arithme
tic was turm'd oier to him.
quarter of an hour, during which only
his hard breathing dlaturl>ed the quiet
of the room, he announced that th.
problem was solved.
So Clara weut
to l«ed happy.
The next evening, as anon as dinner
was over. Mr. Bom! complacently of
fere«! to help Clara with her arithme
tic. giving Mr Hamilton nt the same
time a sly dig about his Inefficiency.
But Clara bung back, an-.! said ah.
wanted ber mamma to help her.
“Ob. do let Mr Bond help you! He
can do them so quickly!" exclaim»««!
Still Clara shook her head, and wh.n
they continue«! lo urge her. she blurted
out that Mr Bond had not worked the
problem right tbs night before.
"Why. he bad the right itnwsr."
said Clara's mother. In confusion.
"Yes. but he didn’t do It right," ex
shouldn't Just work for the answer,
but should know the logical steps by
which It la worked,
He worked It
eyes sought Mt. Bond, who
m««ekly confessed the Justlc. of tb.
Frisco, Utah, May 2nd.—There is a
great deal of rheumatism in thia an<l
neighboring states and this |«inful dis
ease has crippled many a strong man
and woman among an otherwise healthy
Recently, however, there has been in
troduced into Utah a remedy for Rheu
matism which bids fair to stamp out
this awfully painful complaint. The
name of this new remedy is Dodd's
and it has already
wrought some wonderful cures.
here in Erisco there is a case of a Mr.
Grace who bad Rheumatism so bad in
his feet that he could hardly walk.
He tried many remedies in vain but
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured him.
His wife says:—“We both had Kid
ney Trouble and my husband had the
Rheumatism so bad that he could hard
We used Dodd’s Kidney Pills
with much benefit.
We have tried
many remedies, but none have done us
so much good as Dodd's Kidney Pills.”
GLUT OF ENGLISH GHO8T&
Similar reports come from all over
the state and it would seem as if Rheu
Many Rpoohe Ara Appearing in Eng
matism bsd at last been conquered.
land J net Now.
A Chance lo Display Them.
Tess—Miss Scbnip tells me she It
going to learn to play the harp.
any talent for music.
Jess—Oh, she knows that, but she
has lovely arms.—Philadelphia Press.
’Q Permanently » urm. !*<> nt« or nrrvooasMMi
U *A**r fimi day*« us«* of Dr K Hn<*'«< ir**at »rv«
Hi»nd for Free 93 trial N t ll«* and treatlaa
Dr. ik H. Kline. Ud-K* Arch M . Philadelphia» i*w
Kip Van Winkle I. beted.
Rip Van Winkle had Ju»t been tak
ing a nap.
Placing a hand upon hit
beard, he murmured drowsily, "How
this grows on me!”
After which he
fell into a second doze, that be might
sleep out the remaining ten years. —
Argentina's population grows 40 per
cent In ten years, the United States 2<i
per cent, Germany 16 per cent
the two millions of immigrants re
ceived In Argentina In forty
more than half have been Italians.
In 1867 there were but 35 miles of
railway In Argentina; in 1900 there
were 10,601 miles, some 12 per cent
belonging to the Government. Argen
tina Is ninth among the nations In rail
Argentina has 120.000,000 sheep, as
against 62.000.000 In the United States.
All Argentina suffered from the Bar
Ing crash In 1890, but recovery Is now
Imports during 1899 were
$117.000,000 and exports $185,000,000.
From the United States came but $15.-
000,000 of the imports and only $8,-
000,600 of exports were to this coun !
“Yes,” said Mrs. Gaygirl, "she had n
phonograph concealed in the parlor
during t'j»u engagement, and It ro
corded all the declarations of undying
love he made. That was In case there
was ever talk of divorce, but it didn't
“What was the matter?”
"His burning words melted all the
in the cylinders."—Cincinnati
Whenever we want to loaf, we don’t
give the excuse that we are going Ash
It does not speak well for yourself
to hate the town you live in.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
FOR torpio liver .
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
IFOR THE COMPLEXION
_ . . OKJWVfRM MU«T NAVtfi^BMAVUAÍ, _
strangs epidemic of ghoats Is
creeping over the country, says the
During the last day or two reputed
Spooks have been discerned at Tweed
mouth and Coed Kernew, near New
port. Wales, and are still unlaid.
The Tweedmouth apparition takes
the shape of a woman In white, with
plquantly contrasting red hair. It fre
quents the churchyard and chaaee wo
men and children.
The Coed Kernew ghost turns pic
tures face to the wall, jams lumps of
beef Into pint Jugs and causes bed» to
The real explanation of the present
glut of phantoms was given to an Ex
press representative yesterday by one
who has made a long and patient study
of the habits of spooks.
"The year Just over." said ho. "was
■Ingu'arly jejune of properly authenti
Hardly a single new
apparition of any Importance maul
"Of course the old ghosts are Just ■■
good as ever, but they are deetltute of
"The Elizabethan phantom Is still to
be seen at Greenwich and. generally
apeoklng. a good ghoet may still be
looked for wherever a Tudor palace
has liven known to exist.
"Nowadays the House of Commons
housemaid» hare become so familiar
with the House of Commons spook
that they hardly trouble to speak to It
when it passes them on the atalrs.
“Tbo Brighton boarding bouse ghost,
too, still conies to alt upon the bed In
the room where he was murdered, and
the unimpeachable ghost of Lincoln’s
Inn opens, as of yore, closed doors and
marks of webbed fret upon powdered
cl,elk strewn over the floor.
"But ell these are old and stale, and
ti.s human mind demands fresh ghosts
Hence the present boom In
the ghost market.
"It is Just a matter of supply and
"I suppose," said the physician, after
he had sounded the new patient, "that
you exorcise Judgment In the matter of
You do not Indulge to fool
ish excess In It?"
"No, lnde«-d," replied the Inveterate
Individual, "I never smoke more than
one cigar at a
cSitt I barely
---- —www jM rwwi mi«>———— , smoking?
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
W. L. DOUGLAS
84.00, 83.50, 83.00, 82.50
Wa'gr SHOES TtAUUia.
W.L. iJougla« shoes
are worn by more
men than any other
make, 'i’ho reason
is, they hold their
longer, and have
value than any
Mi*» Nettie Blackmore, Mm
neapolis, tells how any youn«
woman may be permanently
cured ot monthly pains by tak
ing Lydia E. Pinkham’« Vegc-
•'YoVfiO Wowax: —I bad frequrlil
heada-h.s of a w-vsio nature. U mta
spots Ixforo nir eye», and at my uwn-
strual period» I suffered untold agony
A member of the lodge rnlvl». I me
irv I.vtli» I*. Pinkham » < • «> -
table (’«impound, but I nly »corned
good advice and fell that my ca»c was
hottelr»», but »ho kept at mo until
bought a bottle ami started ««’‘‘"fl
It. I »«ion ha«l tho l«-»t reawn In tho
world to change niy opinion of lbs
medicine, »•> each «lay my health im
proved, ami finally I was entirely with
out ¡»»ill at my in« n»truatl«'n perhxla.
1 am mo»l grateful ”
NUTTIB Hi *■ a-
Mona. M Central Ave., Minneapolis,
If (hers* is anything about y-mr
slMHit W lilt’ll
like ap«-< Ini ndv ic«\ write ir<-«lv
(«» Mr«, rinkhiun. She will hold
your l<-tt«-r In »trlct nmllileiKT.
Nho enu »ur«-ly l<< l|* you. f<>r
person in Anu-rl«-» ciin »|»rak
from a wider rsiM-rh-nco In trent-
log female ill«- She has h<-lp«-«l
hiiti<lr«-d« of lliouautids of women
buck to health. Iler addreaa Is
Lytiu. Ma«».; licr adth'o 1» free.
McJIgger Wi-:l. what do you think
of that fellow Glddcp? Jokcley fell«
me be takes a cab whenever be
to look for work.
Thliigumtwb Yea. Glddep Is etn-
ployed by a cab company to pick up
To Break In New Shoe«.
Always «hako In Alien*« » - t
llrurpi hoi, «wealing. ». hin« «wollsii
< Ufr« corn«. Ing? wing nali« and >.tini**i-« Al
• II druggist« an »I ah-* «i> »r«. i «• I* ni arerju
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Drutfgtaia Come Handy.
Ha*« Jou a cUy
D roggi»« — Ye» madam
and hud Mrs Nr* «ram's pre «ri» l !«■ a
lion, and a«|tlrr«s this rnrrlope to her
Hers's two rents for tbs stamp
roa ruu eaarKviaax
Write today for tree |t1n»«rs«»d «**k.
COLUMBI* fNGINEEBING WORKS
A Hoeton Huehaml.
Mr». Caudle- 1 think ihrrv's a UISU
Mr Caudle I thnnghl 1 h-anl a.tne
one. Sup|H,»e you
down an-l a»k him
what he wauls. Even a burglar wouldn't
strike a woman,
Tull ud Joliica Strilli
r. M. u.
KN writ la» g load««
ns » mi | s > m
() oo J) roi » s
For Infants and Children
I A\i'f rl.ible Preparation for As
similal mß flic hkxl anti lletf tiki
i luiß the Skuaachs and lkrwvIs rf
The Kind You Have
is .♦•< hii . i > k ». n
neMandlbM Conl<iini nei Ite r
Opium.Morphine nor Mut'ral.
hOT NAHCOTI c
n^> •"u ». smi zz manu
A perfect Remedy forUnnulipA
lion, Sour Slotiach,Diarrhoea
«Vorn«,( ÀmvtilMoiM .kwrpth
ries« and L ohm or S lbkp
Alb iiuiiilhs st 1 <t
)> »GS>S - )5< I Nis
exact copy of wrapper .
The Latent Wrinkle.
Belle- Miss 1’assuy has been quits
ill. Is she likely to recover?
Gladys Hhe thinks so.
she has youth on her aide.
Belle Huh! If she lias It must be
on the inside.—Philadelphia Press.
tiling like tho pnce
It«««! biiygy nt a moderate pru
" Ite. Line ” You can t b«» '«’n|
havn the •' Beo Lino
His Favorite Brand,
Dr. C. Gee Wo
Kot In Evidence,
Ilouglu« iimon Corona C'olfNkhi, wlih li 1«
evrry whrrr ronrrded tobrtlic fln«*«t I'atrnt
Ls-ni her yet i»ro«lu<*e«l. Fant Co'or f y> iete need.
blKjne by iiiAll.zft < »Tit• f*ktr*. Write for ('Malotr
W. L. DOL'GLAN, H rock Lon, Man,
PISO S CURE FOR
13 U Y
"My son celebrates to night;
freedom party,' you know."
"Why, I thought he was 21 aome
"Oh, so lie was long ago.
he celebrates his divorce to night.”—
J >A<»ok for mtmr nn«f priro on
' "•“•n I. Ueegsg
Biliousness,constipation prevent re
covery. Cure theso with Ayer's Pills.
A respectable old gentleman, some
what tight, on entering an omnibus,
got his feet entangled in u lady's dress
and fell headlong.
He staggered to
bls feet, and barking round. Indignant
ly demanded who struck
gentleman present remarked sotto voce:
"You fell over that lady's feet; nobody
The Indignant cltlaen turned round
and surveyed the cause of the accident
a moment, and then, as If by no means
satisfied with the cause of his mishap,
“Madame, you have got the biggest
feet I ever saw!"
"Sir!" responded the lady, flushing
"Pray, don’t apologise; It ain't your
fault, but take my advice, alt sideways
tn the future, and give them the full
range of the bus."
WtU. . , ,
' ur w<“Ult$
H»UN H al Ills»
After dinner that eveulng Hara,
eye. were »o red that her father asked
her if she ba<l got wmethlng lu them
-No.” said Cl.r«- beginning to cry
"Mama couldn't get one of
those old examples, and now I II have
to stay III at re«vsa to morrow!
"Don't cry!" exclalmH her father
"I'll get It for you. Excuse me a mlu
«¿i g *«*•
I'»«g »»aw u-
> tor o».i,1.•»
> heii.u., o,* ,
• “'*« -»H
H.mlltou u.ua y
give, up her evening» to Clara . ardh
metlc; but not long
New. »«>.- .he -«>«•
lem iMCauw Mr. Bond, the president
of the baking |>owder «-ompany with
wblcu Mr Hamilton was connected,
was visiting them and ha«l to be enter
•• Wh.n It .».«r» ol.i for many in,»»ths no
on» thousM I eoulS 11,• bsesu»» nt thin Slo--4
Bui. I*. a law ’•*•«». Avar'» s.i.arorllls com
plotol, roalorr.1 ma lo haollh "
Maa K hitaaiNi i a«. VlnolanS. 8. J.
Rheumatism In Utah.
«Ille. S'•*•*•••»•»< »rtan.n,.
* ** ** * *********
believe, that parent«
dreu study arllhmellc .«•!««•«
will should 1* roepouslble for
The change is very prompt
and very marked. Ask your
doctor why it is. He has our
formula and will explain.
she cannot solv*
dally lesson her mother can. end Clam
tbl. doe. not troukl. her grout y
Your doctor will tell you that
thin, pale, weak, nervous chil
dren become wrong and well
by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Small doses, for a few days.
Cold winds come from the south and
winter is in July; otherwise the Argen
tine republic is like Yankeelaud.
The Parana, the chief river, la far
larger than our Mississippi; Its annual
flow of water Is double that of the
Ganges, three times that of the St
Lawrence. Ave times that of the Nile.
Argentina has the longest railway
tangent (straight line* In the world.
Its wheat plains are like
those of our West
The climate Is
Montevideo is In area the largest city
In the world—three times the size of,
Buenos Ayres, growing
faster tlinn New York, London or Ber
lin, is the biggest city in the world
south of Philadelphia, except possibly
the Chinese cities.
It will reach the
million mark In 1906.
Argentina is building one of the
finest dry /locks in the world, a model
of which will probably lie seen at Ht.
Louis.—New York World.
Contention that theCr««llv of Mankind
Was in the Polar Region».
i, R. Wieland, of the Pealuxly Mu
seum. Yale University, has a paper lu
the American Journal of Science that
la attracting much attention among
He has collected
many facts, most of them revealed by
g««ological science, to show the prob
of the way corner of tbs land.
ability that the origin of life occurred
"I do not mean to Intimate that we
in the polar regions, and also that
are exactly destitute of fine stones, but
the climate changes which affect life»
■ that those found are mostly of inferior
mcroas«.» towanl the poles, and there
' quality as compared with the output
fore that polar Influenc-es have ba«l
of the old iniiu"»
In North Carolina
much more to do with differentiating
a gvKxl many emeralds and rubles and
life Into many forms than ««quatorlal
sapphires are to be had. but they are
not of sutflclent value to warrant cut
ting. Some very fine pearls have been
around the north pole. It Is reasonable
taken out of the shells picked up in
to suppose that the northern clreum-
the streams of Arkansas, and at one
polar area has been, ever since the
time the search for them down there
time of the older forms of life found
amounted to a craxe
Pearls, by the
in the paleosolc rocks, the main center
way. have gone up tn price from 2tX)
from which animal and plant life have
to 3tM) per cent in recent years.
radiated, am! Mr.
"A groat many semi precious stones
much ev Idence to show that thia the
are mined in California, the turquoise
ory 1» ««orrect. These detluctlons are
found out there being especially beau
by no means news, but they have never
tiful, but lacking in hardness. Tour
«•tore been fortified tn one composition
malines also ■’owe from California in
by so large an array of testimony as
that which Mr. Wieland baa collected
Can You Conjugate the Word Kiss. In his careful paper,
The fundamental Idea on which thia
Richard Grant White, the eminent
philologist, was asked once upon a theory of the origin of life la based
time to conjugate the verb "kiss.” He is not difficult to understand.
believed and maintained that English condition« of stability must have been
is a grammarless tongue, hence he felt neeeasary to the beginnings and per
no compunction when be gave this: petuation of plant and animal life. If
"Buss, to kiss: re-bus, to kiss again; the globe was on««e molten, as phys
pluribus, to kiss without regard to icists from Kant and I Ji Place to Kel
number; syliybus. to kiss the band In vin have declared, lunar tides of tre
stead of the Ups; blunderbuss, to kl«s mendous power must have been pro-
the wrong person; omnibus, to hies duced at the e«iuator, though they were
every one in the room; erebus, to kiss w««nk at the poles.
stability to make hot water life pos-
in the dark.”
| slide must have first appeare«l at the
Mothers will Snd Mrs. Winslows'. Skwihlng poles. A great Interval of time must
have elapse«! between the first appear
during the teething porlo«!..
ance of crustal stability at the poles
and similar conditions at the equator,
Uncle Satu's CofTee Bill.
able to resist the enormous attractive
It Is estimated that the people of the !
power of the moon and sun. It may
United States drink 1.5W.«X»,0W gal
have taken 1.000.000 years for the
lons of coffee in the course of a year,
| temperature and stability necessary
at a cost of about 10 cents per gallon.
The importing cost of the requisite even to hot water life to move slowly
from the pole* to the equator. Thus
quantity of coffee berries for this sup
ply at 7 cents a pound. Is about $75.- th«« conditions favorable to life must
From this it appears that first have appeared lu the polar re
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Hoi» Charles- Hay, Willie, wot's yer
fav'rite bre'kfust food?
Winded Willie -1 prefer de kin’
yoiise kin git without wurkln’ fer it—
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