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Why, it a th talk ot tb neUhbor-
-Yea, but my wife away on a
visit Boston Traaacnpu
For destroying dlritfble Walloon
Italian army omcora nave idtto
aholla carrying oxyr and platinum
I, tlw.lv haauia. tha latter be
coming red hot on. entering tbo hydro
gen and exploding U mtxtur 0 me
W. L. DQjJCLAS
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TOT CAH SATI K0VIT1T
wlillUS W. L DOTJfiLAl SHOES.
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ter.. TtiiapawartaUiawaajaraaaiaat aik pncw
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A flexible wire wlndow-acreeo that
Wisconsin man bas In Tented ia at
tached to the lower aaah in euch a
manner that it nnrolla and (ilia the
window to whatever extent the aasb
. To detect gaa in mines there has
been Invented apparatus wherein a rat
operates a treadmill to furnish power
(or a small Incandescent lamp, the
dimming ot the light Indicating that
the rat ia affected by gas. ,
pipes lead from every compartment
to a common center on one of the
new transatlantic liners ao that in
case of fire in any ot them it can be
filled with steam through its pipe.
' The world' largest plant for steril
ising water with ultraviolet rays is
being built at Niagara Falls and will
have a capacity ot 16,000,000 gallons
a day. .
HEAL YOUR ECZEMA
QUICKLY WITH RESINOL
No matter bow long yon have been
tortured and disfigured by eczema or
other Itching, burning, raw or acaly
akin humor. Just put a little of that
: wonderful reslnol ointment on the
ores and the Buffering stops right
there! Healing begins that very min
ute, and your akin gets well so Quickly
you feel ashamed of the money you
threw away on tedious, useless treat
ment. Used by doctors for 19 years.
Reslnol ointment ana reninoi soap
also clear away pimples, blackheads,
and dandruff epeedily and at little
cost Sold by all druggisU. Adv.
The Chilean" government Is giving
much attention to the development of
the coal mines of that country, which
In time are expected to produce
enough fuel to supply the borne de
mand. This year marks the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the first electric street
ear service In the United States, the
first car being operated at Lynn.
Mass.. In October. 1888.
Europe's largest steam-turbine Is
being built for the central power sta
tion of a German city, and is expected
to develop 40,000 horsepower.
Flowers are regularly grown for the
dining-tables and Sot sale in a green
bouse carried on the topmost deck of
one of the new transatlantic liners.
FOR OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE
Pwpw from all pari of
Oregon and W anhinsT
tn constantly viait our
ottica for dental treat
ment. Our skill ia ae
KiiewltxiiratL and our
prunptnaas In Snub
in work tn on dajr
wrier) required in appre
ciated bjr ut-i-Lowa
Lr. Wis 1a a faha
footh expert. There
"ALWAYS ONE BEST"
tn every eailinc. and
Dr. Wiaa lay a claim to
thw distinction in Ore
gon. 27 lew' mi anai ra
What wsean t sTuar-
aatas we don't da
LOW PRICES FOB HIGH-GRADE WORK.
Good Red Rabber Plates, each KM
The Best Ran Raaaar Plataa. eaca 1M
22-sUt Geid ar PereeiaJa Ciewa Mt
WISE DENTAL CO.
RELIABLE PAINLESS DENTISTS.
Pasaes Msla $m A M2t.
ItSH Tklrd Stastv PaiUac Bldc Peetlaad, Orataa)
S. R Cor. Third aad Washiactam.
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Genial Resume of Important Events
VmmtmUtm af tha twrmlt of
Bachelors' club in Seattle to baaed
r.Mi nf food to Euron hava in
creased fZ6.0W,uuv mora aviring w
tobar this year man last.
rvi.Unt Wilson nredicta bright
fntiiM whan the new Federal banking
Ttia la given a I air wiso.
a PktHtand traffic Doliceman waa ran
down and killed by largo motor truca
while on duty at a ireei inieravcinm.
Tka AMHinailon of BelaTado. Serria.
k Ka Auatrlana aroarentlv is irami-
InL Mrdina to an official announce
ment made public in Berlin.
xwkikitiAH nr tka exnortation of tin
nt.ia rwnmark. Holland and Sweden
will mean the closing of 36 mills and
will directly affect 1700 men.
isaa diaoatchao received in Berlin
describe the proclamation at Constan
tinople OI a Bdy war aa arousing
enthusiasm in tM TOrKtaa capita.
Girl graduates of the Portland Jef
ferson high school voted to drees in
nothing but cotton, from stockings to
hair ribbons, on commencement nigni.
A coterie of Holland damaeta in
Portland, dressed in Dutch costume,
are soliciting aid for the relief of Bel
gians who have taken refuge in Hol
Among the Russian prisoners cap
tured by the Germans in the battle of
Kutno were the governor oi warsaw
and bis staff, according to a Berlin
Tfc. raaualtiea on the Australian
croieer Sydney, which destroyed the
eim irnfaar Emden in the Indian
ocean, were four men killed and one
officer and 14 men wounded.
D-- rw tha fifth son of Em
peror William, who baa recuperated
r m X a a. .LI.
from a recent attaca oi nean hwuio,
la ratnmirur to tha general staff head-
quart en for duty in the field.
An Amsterdam paper prints an ap-
1 n,..n Wilhelmina. of The
Netherlands, and President Wilson, to
use. their respective omcea to nnng
about peace In the European conflict.
It was officially announced in London
that the Prince of Wales kad been ap
pointed aide'de camp to Field Marshal
Sir John French, the commander of
the British expeditionary forces on the
Tk Kieowe RotterdamscM Courant
qootea a letter from Galician priest
..Vi'nT that art 000 Austriana bad been
buried in one day in a grave six and
one-ball feet wide and lime more
than four miles long.
Tka RWMi;.h steamer Andrew struck
a mine in the North sea Thursday and
nlr EMirhtauHi anrvivora. including
two women, after having drifted about
in boats for 12 boars, were rescuea oy
a liner and landed at Hull.
Ttu Runnin ffOTernment has issued
a denial of the report that Germany
hi ntfnaed American aid for the
suffering population of Belgium. On
the contrary, the government is nigniy
pleased with this American assistance.
it la ntnorted that a launch from the
cruiser Tennessee in the Mediterra
nean, was fired on by the Turkish fort,
but the Washington government
thinks there was a misunderstanding.
aa there were no omciai oroers to ei-
fect a landing.
Tj-nmAnr la admonished bv tha allies
to maintain a strict neutrality.
A wildcat which has slain 37 goat
in Linn county, Oregon, baa been
Belgians abroad have subscribed a
fund of 33,000,000 to aid their stricken
It is said 70,000 alien enemies are in
the British empire and are causing
much trouble to that government.
Janan'a ire ia stirred bv demand of
China to evacuate Tains! Tan. just
taken by the Japanese from the Gor
The official newspaper of Berlin pub
lishes a decree forbidding the export
of leather, horse skins and calf skins,
shoddy and tinplate.
A dianatfh received at Montevideo
from Valparaiso, Chile, says that the
Japanese squadron seen recently off
Vnti-r inland in the Pacific bv a mer
chant vessel consisted of eight vessels.
FiflM Marahal Lord Roberta, of Kan
dahar, is going to France. The official
announcement makinff this fact public
says the famous general ia going into
the war zone "to see me inaian
troops." Lord Roberta waa born in
Cawnpore, India, 82 years ago.
Waahinirtnn rovernment has decMed
to bold Vera Cruz for the present, and
a guarantee of guarantees ia now de
manded of the tangled Mexican gov
ernment. Paaaenirerii who were on the British
toamahin Vandvck when she was cap
tured off the coast of Brazil October
26 by the German cruiser Karlsruhe
are being brought to New York.
Tha Herman anthoritiea airain rec
ommend that all Eglish" subjects
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women, children and gins unaer 1 1,
clergymen, doctors and other men over
66 years of age leave Germany.
Members of tha Investment Bank-
era' association in session in Philadel
phia declare the era of depression iq
the money market is past.
A atnrm of nrotest bv women at
tending a council meeting in Taooma,
arose when a dairyman declared that
"babies are cheaper than cows.
Tha XrmAnn admiraltv announces
that in the absence of further informa
itnn tha Inaa nt the British cruisers
Good Hope and Monmouth in the naval
engagement off the coast or Chile witn
tha Geman sauadron on November 1,
ia now "officially presumed."
!wUvl Thar ia a Ami market
for all kinds of tires lock at tha North
Portland yerde, particular? Tor hogs.
The run in on day waa heavy, amount
ing to SI cars, all tow, ana ouying was
Cattle wera traded In within the
former ranee ot Quotations. Full loads
or .taut aold at crlcea running from
IA 10 to ir la. and the bulk of the
m aalaa ware at I&.MJ to 10.10.
Fortv loads of hoca ware handled
during one day. A full doaen of theae
sold at 17.16, about sv meaa at ai.iu,
and tha remainder at 37.06 and 37.
Haavv horo went at tha usual differ
tvee In nireev
Tha tendencv ox the sneep marxei
ia upward. The quotation oa choice
lambs advanced to 18.36, and one
hmiifftit lit art. Wethers aold an to
36.60 and the beat ewee were disposed
of at 34.60.
Livestock men here are beginning
to show uneaaineaa over the spread of
fw and mouth diaaaaav aa there are
unconfirmed reports that it had been
found in Montana, from wbenoa run
land baa been bringing cattle. Specu
lation, therefore, has been checked.
The stoppage of cattle from that sec
tion, however, would uroDDlT not
affect price her, aa there would
no shortage in the supply.
The demand for bona at recent
Drice continues limited, moat of the
dealers have offers, but the majority
of these are said to be at a lower scale
of prices. The Co grove lot of 16S
halaa. at ChamDoeff. waa sold to toe
IThlmanna at 10 centa.
Official government returns of the
1914 German hop crop ar 464,733
ewt. grown on 87.685 hektarea, as
agalnat 212,363 ewta. from 27,043
bektara under cultivation in 1913 and
411,270 cwta. from 26,966 hektar in
Wheat Bid. Blueatem, 11.17; forty-
fold. 11.17; club, 31.14; red Russian,
31.084: red Fife. 31.09: No. 1 white
feed. 328.60 ton.
Bar Bid. No. 1 feed. S24 ton;
brewing, $26.60; bran, 12. &; snorts,
123. . .
Corn Whole, $36 per ton; cracked.
Hav Eastern Ore iron timothy. $15
15.60; grain hay, $106(11; alfalfa,
$1S.6014; valley timothy, $13(14.
Vegetable Cueumberi, 4076 per
doaen; eggplant, 7e per pound; pep
pers. 66i7ic; artichoke. 90c per
dosen; tomatoes, 6090c per crate;
cabbage. Kale per pound; peaa, 10c;
a. 64l0c: celery, txiioc per
doaen; cauliflower, 40(!$76c; sprouta.
8e per pound; head lettuce, si.bo per
crate; pumpkins, le per pound;
Green rruils Apples, ooctaai.ou
ner box: cantaloupe, sifttl.&u per
crate; easabas, $1.26(31.50 per dozen;
near. iifii.oo per oox; grapes. i
$1.17 per crate; cranberries, $89
Potatoes Oreiron. 86c4$l par sack;
sweet potatoes, 2c per pound.
Onions Xellow, bmuc per saca.
Egsa Fresh Oregon ranch, ease
count. 87ic; candled, 4042ie; stor
age, 27S0c; fresh EasUrn, 3637i&
Poultry Hena, 13(iil3ic; springs.
12c; turkeys, young, 1618c; dreaaed,
1821e; ducks, 1014e; geese, 10
Butter Creamery pnnta, extras.
24ic per pound; in case Iota; Jc more
in less than case lots; cuoes, owa,oic
Veal Fancy, lli12c per pound.
Pork Block, 9Cic per pound.
Hons 1914 crop. 91.0c; 1913
Wool Valley, 17l$c; fJ-sxern
Oregon, 1520c; mohair, 1914 dip,
27J e per pound.
Caseara bark uio ana new, c per
Cattle fncne steers, o.n.to;
choice, $6.606.75; medium, $6.26
50; choice cows, I&.7NB6 W, me
dium, $5.265.75; heifers, $S.50
6.25: calve. $6a8: bulls, $34.75;
Hoes Light, I6.76mt.lo; neavy,
Sheen Wethers. $4(S5.60; ewes,
$3.604.60; Iambs, $56.36.
5tl1 Tha annd market as regards
first class stock free of blight, cutouts
and sprouta, is firm, although the gen
eral run of receipt is weak. It
would be difficult at this time to say as
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to how far the damage win extern, uu
many sacks of the Yakima Gems now
coming into this market appear to
develop blight ends. It is claimed
that this blight does not show when
the stock is shipped, but it is plain
here that consiaersDie snrinaage ou
luu. v.m nla Tha traf ka are well
loaded with carloads of spuds, but in
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all this there is comparatively nmo
The onion market ts steady. Dome
excellent Western Washington offer
ir. at 7fiftKfi! are aellinsr. There are
a few Yakimaa on the curb, but there
Jonathan apples, so far as good qual
ity ia concerned, are cleaned up,
and the street is willing to close the
chapter on one of the most disastrous
Eggs Select ranch, 4546c per
Poultry Liv hens, 1015c pound;
old roosters. 10c; 1914 broilers, 12c;
ducklings, 1213c; geese, 10c; tur
keys, live, 20c pound; do. dresseo,
Apples New, cooking, 6060c per
box; Jonathans, 75c$l; Winter Ba
nanas, $1.25tip-50; Kings, 75cg$l:
Delicious, $1.2&1.60; Spitxenbergi,
Cranberriea Eastern $8 per barreL
Pears Beurre Easter, $1.25 box
Dressed beef Prime beef steers,
1212ci pound; eows, ll12c; heif
Dressed veal 15016c per pound.
Dressed bogs Whole, packing
bouse, 131c per pound.
Dressed spring lamb 1213c per
Dressed mutton 10 10)c per
Vegetables Artichokes, 85e dozen;
beans, green, B10e pound; bell pep
pers, Wenatchee, 9-lb, boxes, 60&,60e;
beets, new, $11.25 per sack; cab
bage, local, 76cg$l per 100 pound;
celery, 4060e dozen; carrots, local,
76c$l sack; Onions, green, 25tf?30e
dozen; potatoes. White Rivers, $14
16 too; Yakimaa, $18g20; sweets,
$1.902 per hundred.
A'eeat aW lurrwcmMS torn Agrtnlh$pl CWfc awat Kxptrimmi SiwMoM
Orvoi W H 'aaAmvfa-. Spioll SaftuM A iVk CW CWfrtoW
aweWrw'a rWil Boar
Owned 6y AeAwewf ATm
Chaa. M. Talmadge, owner of Silver
Birch farm, Newport. Wash, exhib
ited Ms great boar, Laurel Champion,
last year at the fairs, winning at each
event, and came bark this year start
ing at the Spokane Interstate fair,
where he won eleven first prises and
on championship, with Laurel Cham
pion and,hla get. This waa against
the keenest competition, the herds of
J. A. Simpnson. of North Yakima,
Wash., and of F. K. Steel, of Grants
Paaa, Or., being entered also.
Mr. Talmadge bought Uurel Cham
pion from Professor C F. Curtis, of
the Iowa State colleg at Aran, la.,
two years ago after he had won at the
Iowa and Minnesota state fairs. .
Laurel Champion was farrowed in
April. 1911. hla sire being Rival's
Chsmplon Best, which was grand
champion boar at the Illinois, Iowa,
tiutiana and Mlaaouri atate fairs. St.
Joseph, Mo., fair, etc., making a clean
Lanrei Champion. Great
sweek of the circuit in 1910. He Is
the present herd boar of the Chaa. F.
Curtis herd at Ames. la., and is con
sidered the best Berkshire boar living.
The grand sir of Laurel Champion is
Rival's Champion, wnicb was tne nrst
grand champion boar of America. The
dam la Rock wood Laurel 8th.. which
waa one of Curtis' principal show
fural Chamnion won first priie In
junior yearling boar class, reserve
grand champion ooar (neaien oniy oy
hia air), and headed first Prix herd
over on year in 1912 at Iowa and
Minnesota slate lain,
in tais ha waa first nrixe boar in the
over-two-years class, senior champion
boar, grand champion noar, ana nesaca
drat nriu herd at the Snokan Inter-
state fair. Walla Walla District fair
and Washington Stat fair. His get
won first and aecond iunior boar pig at
Spokane, first junior boar pig and first
and second junior sow pig at nana
Walla, and first junior boar pig at
Washington State fair.
At the Spokane Interstate air this
Iinnl Chamnion won first on
aged boar, grand champion boar, first
on get of sire. He sired tne nrst ana
juvtiul aaninr hoar nies. second Junior
yearling boar, first junior boar pig,
second junior yearling sow, nmi ami
mwvt mantnr anw nlff. third iunlor SOW
pig. first over-year herd bred by ex
hibitor, first under-year nera ana nrst
..nrl hord hrad hv exhibitor. He
also sired the group that won produce
of bow and the first prize farrow.
Tha errand chamnion of America il
the one which is made grand champion
of th American Berksnire congress,
which is a national show oi uerxsnires
held once a year in connection with
aoma state fair designated by the
American Berkshire association. This
fair i designated in advance so that
all Berkshire competitors can be en-t-aH
mak-lnff the strongest Berkshire
show of the year. At each of these
fair a senior ehampion, junior cnam
ntnn. srand chamnion. and reserve
grand champion are selected. '
Organic Matter in Soil
1$ Valuable Sou Auet
rVrarrnn A (Tridll tliral College. Cor-
vallis "Organia matter in soils is to
the soil what leaven is to nreaa, says
J. E. Larson, soil expert at the Oregon
Agricultural college. "As applied to
soils, organic matter is decaying roots
miA AAtak1a oAmnminda. When com-
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pared with humus, which is decayed
vegetable matter already incorporaieo
into the soil as part of tbe soil mass,
it ia the active soil constituent. Or-
-nli. matter ia added to the Soils in
the application of vegetable matter
such as bsmysrd manures, mi,
nun monnroa etc. Keenin? ud the
organic content replenishes the store
oi humus. ,
The pickling -season being on, the
Japa hav bottled Klao Chow, the
Turks have corked up the Russian
fleet In the Black sea and the British
navy baa Germany bottled in the
T, ma v ha f-hnnner in move than Day
your rent, but after moving several
times the last few months we doubt
The Swiss are needy on account of
the war. Now It's up to somebody to
start up Swiss movement, stem set
Salesman Here's an alarm clock
that's guaranteed positively to make a
fellow Jump out of bed.
Mr. Tardee That'a wnat tney an
say but let's hear It ring.
Salesman It doesn't ring nonaa.
Several weeks have elapsed without
h ar on-roannndRntS telling US
about the British troops singing "It's
a Long way to Tipperary.
Peruvian oil fields ar rapidly be
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H& nir ''
"Soils long and continuously cropped
to grain become tad and lifeless. The
particles run U?liMr bad'y. ",on
causes decreased production. The soil
puddles and bakes readily, and In all It
Is Intractabl to our effort to mske It
yield any Increase. This soil will,
however, respond If properly treated,
n aiuilvlna manuraa. ereen or barn
yard, to Increase the organic matter
content, it take on a more traciaoie
nature. Decayed vegetable matter
aunnllaa a, on a lilatlt food and Batista In
making other plant food available to
growing eropa. it increasca naneriai
action, which means more available
ulant fond It ImimivH tha iihvsiral
condition of the soil and permits more
perfect aeration and plant roots must
have air. It also gives warmth and
life to the soil.
"Humus, though not so active aa or
ganic matter, la a aeceesary soli con
tit umit. It a-tvea the soil color and
friability. Soils rich in humus are
easier to work and give larger returns
for work expended on them. Humus
affords a home and food for beneficial
bacteria. Humus increases the mois
ture holding capacity of a soil. One
ton of humus is capable of absorbing
eat Living Berkshire Boar.
two tons of water. It guards this
moisture carefully and givea it np
readily to the growing plant. A soil
in good tilth and rich in humus always
with Un da the summer droughts bet
"Many farmers are giving too little
heed to this vital problem. The torch
is applied to straw and other titter in
some instance still, and th creek
bank is considered an ideal place for
the bam, aa the problem of getting
rid of th manure Is solved. Recently
the writer heard a man lamenting the
fact that his land wss all cleared and
therefore be had no wood lot to shoot
bis straw into and hide it away. On
on farm the writer counted nine old
straw piles In all stage of decay.
There is little virtue in saving the
straw from the torch unless it is put
to work applied to the land. Manure
allowed to leach and firefang in barn
yard piles Iom one-half their value in
six months. Rotting straw piles de
teriorate aa well.
"Remember that mixed straw has a
value of approximately $3 per ton for
fertilizing purposes, saying nothing
about the value from the physical
effect on the soil aa above mentioned.
Barnyard manure, more concentrated
product, baa a still greater value. Of
the green manure we can grow beat,
namely, vetch, clovers, peaa. etc.,
vetch straw is worth $5.25 a ton to
plow under, clover straw $7.60 and
"The commodities for Incresslng the
organic matter in Oregon soils are at
hand. Where rainfall is plentiful, the
question of working coarse and bulky
manures snd litters into the soil is an
easy matter. They may be applied,
disked in and plowed under where cul
tivated crops, corn and potatoes, ar to
be grown, or they may be applied as
top dressings to meadow and pasture
"Fall plowing givea a splendid op
portunity to work litter and manures
with the soil. Every msn should con
sider himself f committee of one that
shall see to it that the best practice
be put into operation to increase the
organic matter content of our soils."
Th Psthetle Conaressman.
Congress had to have it mileage,
and the only way It could get the mile
age was by an adjournment. Hence
the suddenness with which that pa
triot, Mr. Henry of Texas, thrust his
hand In his bosom and called oft the
filibuster. Mr. Wilon did not even
have to frown. So simply was the
call of home and the pocketbook obey
ed. New York Tribune.
It might be good business for some
theater manager to Install an electric
board to show tbe progress of the
I love tbe charming switchboard girl,
Bbe toys with my affections;
And yet sometimes It wearies me
To think of her connections.
The allies interned In Holland prob
ably preferred that to being Interred
s9Upaq sjCbb .sajflqaj sineog ,
and naturally rebates are In very bad
odor with district attorneys.
Dead men tell no tales and burned
cities cover up many an act of vandal
Inm. The great aim of th sobslster
seem to ba to bring the young man,
who tacks courage, and the girl whose
friends call her beautiful, together.
When th teiiderfeet come west in
1915 they may miss the wilderness,
but they'll find it all wool and a yard
wide. ' '
Why doesn't some one prosecute th
legislators tor passing bad bills? The
police won't let us do it and get away
Paris has locked up th Venus d
Milo. Having no arms, ot course tbe
V. d M. Is llttl us to th colors.
R T R I D
Winchester Revolver ana nsxoi csn-t
ridges in all calibers prove their sup
eriority by the targets they make.'
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onooT, mem gnu yuu .
ACCURATE, CLEAN, SURE
Kjyajjgapaaaa ' -- i !
Hew They Bathe In Vienna.
Previous to the outbrntk of th war
vii.ii,. hnilillna a niiiiilclual bulli
which will be the Inrnoal In the world.
bolng :0 feet long by 17 reel wiu
Yet It Is only quite rwwiily tint
V-I.xni. haa alianHiilli.il what WSS till)
most primitive ami curious batlilu
custom. Iiialfnd of soln to your
t.lt lha hulll ail hrilllllllt 10 VOll by
ssreement with on ot the purveyors
or private oaina.
Their huse wagons witn ranas oi
hot and cold atr and heavy wikmIkh
tuba used to be a fniiilltnr vlslit In the
streets of the Austrian capital down
to little more than a decade ao.
They went the round of thwlr rus
tnmara itallvnrlna linlha and hot wa
ter at private roaldniuea and cnlllux
for them aisaln after the ablutions had
To Arouse A
apodal attention must bo
paid to the Stomach and
Dowels for they havu di
rect influence on each other.
You will find it a good plan
for a few days to help Nt
ture restore these orirans to
strength & healthy activity.
YEAR'S DIOOINO Or COAL
Greater Than Total Eneavatlon for
It haa been estimated that the
amount of coal which will bv du out
of the ground In tho United ritntes
during the present year will bo great
er by far than th total excavation for
the Panama Cnnal.
Kxperta for the United States geo
loslral survey have eallmuted that
originally there was eiioush coal In
this country to make a solid block 10
miles long. 10 miles wide snd 10 miles
high. A block Of this al would
weigh more than S.EOO.OOu.oou.000 ton",
and tip to tbe present tlmo the coal
that has been removed amounts only
lo something like lS.OOii.ono.oiiu lona.
Tho coal mined during IM win
amount to about 600.ooo.0v0 tuna, eon
milling about 300.ooo.ono mhle ynrda.
The total excavation for the I'anama
Canal from mart to flnltiti la computed
at sonio 282,000.000 ruble ynMa,
The comDariaon Indicates In a stria-
Ing way tbe extent of tho coal mining
Indualrv In the United Htntis. The
output of cool Is enormous, but It Is
Increasing year by year. Tho amount
of coal so far taken out la only a frac
tion of what remains, according to me
estimates of th geologist. The peo
ple of this country, however, ar u
Inn more coal every yenr. and with
tho exhauatlon of some of the Euro
pean coal Hold already In sight, in
foreign demand for AmrUau coal
will Increase enormoualy.
The. Iilstorv of coal mining in inn
United Btutes cover only a period of
about a century. There was nm
mining of anthraelto In Pennsylvania
a far back aa 17'J0, hut the record of
the anlhrarlto coal trade usually be
gin with the year 1820. Tho first ac
tual mlnlns Is believed to havo been
In Virginia, though the records of pro
duction In that state date from 1822.
The presence of coal in Ohio was dis
covered a far bark s 1765, but the
record of output begins with 137. Tne
history ot coal mining In Kentucky
begin In ls2. ut 111 JM" ,B" proouc
tlon had reached only 23,527 tons.
Kentucky's coal Induatry surrerea
greatly during the Civil War. In 1H60
the production nau rencnea zaa.iou
ton, hut In inf.4 it wns undor 2000
ton, and in 1870 it was only 160,582
ton. Hlnce that time progress has
been continuous until last year a max
imum output of about 20,000,000 ton
waa reached. Louisville Courier-Journal.
To prevent a horse running away
an Indiana man ha patented a lever
to be fastened to a wagon wheel to
which a hltchlng-Btrnp may be tied,
pulling backward If the horse starts,
Now French ton for touring-car
have roof that telescope mid fold
down with the backs Into receases In
the bodies, while the sides slide down
Into similar openings.
r...n,l. 1 n . n flf.w tnlljta an hilie
over the Desert of Huhara have been
made by a French army automobile
driven by an aerial propeller.
A Wisconsin Inventor's refrigerator
Is equipped with a hydraulic scale on
the outulde to show tbe weight ot tbe
ice placed In It.
A tnan never realizes what a poor
business man he Is until a second-
band man comes to buy bis old
Tn anmm narta nf flwltcerland all the
dead, rich and Door alike, ar burled
At public expense.
Deposits ot platinum sufficiently
rich to make their operation profitable
hav been discovered la Germs.
a ait -
Th First Transatlantl Unr.
Th first trnnsstlnntla liner lo be
operated by stenin power wits launch
ed at New York ninety six years ao,
and was formally christened the Ha
varnish. Th veaiirl bore llttl rrm
bin no to thrt ocean Invlntlinn ' lh
preaent, for she was a tiny wooden
craft of $0 Ions. Th criy crauk"
who thoUKtit K posslhl for a ship to
cross the Atlntitle by steam iwr
was William Hosrboroiish, of Havan
nsh, and the boat, altlioiiKh built In
New York, was named after the. owu
era home city. Hy the April follow.
Ins her lauiuhlns the tinvnnnnh ws
rcnty for the sea. and on April to,
l19, she left New York for Kavammh.
hloh was to be hr American ter
minus. On May 2Hb the little liner
.teamed awsy from Hsvaniinh on her
mnlden voyage, and on June Soth she
reached Liverpool, where he was slv.
en a rounliis welcome as the first
steam veaael to crox the or can From
Liverpool tl tiavsnimn prorerueu to
'8L Petembure. Rula. and In Decem
ber, 1M9. the Haviinnali wns Klll
'anchored In th harbor of the (leur
Slau city, fifty dnys nut from the HuS
slnn capital. Thus Hmrborouith
"craiy crank" achieved for Uoorgla
! lha honor of revolutionising the com
merce of the world. Savannah will
cell brale the ceuleuary of tha sailing
of the Kavaiinnh five year lieuce.
M' 0MM el lifoM ' Jl-ai- ''
i ail... I..1I1 ...!. ll.. to, i.J, lu,
afllMii.li'allMi, f..f..l 1'a.i.lFa aa a
1,-4-ttI lawlalaaa,! IWlaaiaia aalawal Maaa,
Trssol for toldltr.
The Kngllnli Mepoy troops have few
ital as flghinra as the Hermans
III noon (llwover but In private life
Ihey aro among the mildest and inoal
pxAcentila of men. In bnmirk they
love to have their wive and children
about them, and their fine, aiurdy fig
ures may give Joy to ndvm-ates of
veni'turliii! and teelntnl principle, for
I he Hepoy seldiim louche meat and
hla itrluka aro water and milk. Kveu
alien out for n Jolliflc-atlon "Jiick He
poy" aeldoiu slioaa an lui lltintlon for
irong iiiors, hi Uvorlto Indulgnnc
being trencie Junket London Chroni
cle. Crude oil In It UiiWr limited the
mount of water whlrh could enter a
steamship when II struck rock near
Ceylon and punctured large holes In
li liittl, and enabled It to reach port
' five !) later,
i vut't tm rtaiicHiisr win mt you
V f Murina leys lli-m tr &!. Waa, Walaff
Krsa and llranulaunl fcalll: N Merllur
tuat.Kra r.isil.'M Vlma Ilvua Ml .ha tt
j Just One Thing After Another.
1 Hub I've given up drinking, smok
ing and golf to please you, still you re
: not satisfied. Now what else do you
j want ma to give up?
j wife Well, you might give up 150.
j I nevd a new gown.New York World.
! Born Bwssrer.
I First Trooper, Imperial Yeomanry
i (dl iilng a new officer) Hwear a
1 bit. don't ' otnetlm?
i Second Trooper 'K's a masterpiece,
' I; Just opena 'Is mouth and lets It
'ay wol It like. Punch.
aruka Into Tour stnoe
! Allen's Foot- Kaaa. smeW foe lha fart. !)"
i tMMnnil. aariMlatt, amtruns. - 7--
, n .hum-vr. H.-M br a l"nwfiaalih.-l
ema, IWt pr.l l SMtallluia.. llamol
rilfcti Art-lnaa. A. a Cllin.ta.1. im Hr. N. X.
( Gennnny newest dlrlglblo balloon
lum been given a framework of steel
' tubing that I expected to make. It
j proof again! damage by the inot
; sevcr norms.
' Over n aerie of mountain peak In
France there will be stretched auteti
nan approximately fifteen mile long
1 10 test wlreles woves of extrein
The coal mined In the Unltud Btate
lnt year would load a train of car
long enough to reach four and oue
half times around the earth.
Rheumatic Throat '
Is Common Trouble
Should Ba Treated in Blood
To Prevent Recurrence.
Then ars inrreMful gurgla that stsp
snreans In III thrust, but tu pravaat tlislr
Iniassnt reiurn, lh bluuil must b put In
errtfr. Tbe lient r'ie'lr I J
Influrncfs all tha functions ot th bod' to
ai-mralls Hit Irrlisais or wst prnduei
nnd to sllinulsta tUsir elcrollun UirauU
tlis nrnper clisanls.
Illirtmiatle thrt I a dnngsren
Inillrfllloti. si It rni-ant that th blood I
Ina'led with more urls ll tbaa th kid
Da; ess exrraie, and may tkus lead te
irrlon geral dlsturtissre.
'ilis action of H. H. H. Bilmnlatr eallutae
ictlvltv. It prvBI th aciuraulslloa of
Irrllntii la Wl pnls. It eeabl tti
rlrrlos lo upply quickly th w red
olond lo n-!sr worn-out tlss,
For this rmson uric ailt that Bas tn
throat sn ea.r pra to In kraakln down
Influonco. I sttar4 n ellmlnstrd. In
other smrds, H. H. ri. prcrsats ohronle n
illllon bv enabling all las wucnu llalir
tit the bodv lo secrets bslth mural. Its
Inltn'tira la show In markoil Improve.
mnt nf th breacklal tks. wnarahf lh
husklnaas ef voir with thick, grayish
pvi'lnrsllnna Is overcome. p. H. a., wall
diluted wlih wter, m's a bins bath,
sine It I welcome tn any stomac sad at
oai-o ts lata th bloail.
M. S. H. Is frrs of sll nlaeral eon
tains Inrredlents woadorfully eoaSuclv tt
wrll hilsnccd b'llk. . . . . M
You csn g't It st nv drug .etors, hnt
not accept sajrthlne; else, 'iniara I danavr
In sulwtltutes. H. H. H. I prspsred nlv bf
Th Hwlft HpeclAe Co.,- bl!S Hwlft Bl.,
tlaat. (t, (Mir llrdlcal Ucpt will giv
vou free Inalrnrtloa bv mall say subject
ot blaad lUaurikr. Wrlia Was.
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