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IT WOULDN'T' hnv happened f
Clarkaon hadn't a gtnlua, but
being grnlU. If happened,
had early developed an Incllua
llnn to loiter about railroad itatl'ine,
nd wlille (till buy. 4 dlnpitch oper
ator bad taken funcy to till jaad
tnuulit lilm telegraphy, fil ut the
earliest moment ho could teava booit
be turned bli fact weatwerd. "'
At the dlvlilon henUo,uirtn ( the
P. Q. railway, Arlxoua. u open lug wit
found fur lilm, and He wa twit out on
the line. Uli town constated of the
atatlon haunt), depot end water tank.
Water tanks art not particularly In
tereatlng objects, but they act al a
magnet towurd the weary brake-beam
artist, ai her ha can find rent and
liquid refreehmrnt, and being few and
far between tn Uil country. rHy a
train paeeet one without Hopping for
water. . s , . . -
Ctirksun hud lut bea In hi I offlct
many day befort It waa firmly liu
pressed upon lilm that when a tramp
winders Into a deaert atatlon, the Drat
thing ha wanta la water. So la the
aecond and third. Ilia pall of '
wator would he emptied almnat aa aoon
aa filled, and nothing would remain
to tritlfy that It bad been filled except
a wet and muddy floor, where the
tramp bad aptlled tow of th coo
l.tvnt of the pall.
7 living of a mild dlaoeltlon and
light build, ha did not Ilka to argue
wltb the thtraty, and to he act about
.'a plan wheruby be lulutit Impersonally
'itld hlmw-U of the water hog. Attach'
Ing a wire to tha fhtor of bit oltlce, ba
tan It to the handle of tha drinking
,cup. ao that anyone atandlng on the
-t floor with tha cup la tila hand
would get tha full benefit of the Me
' graph wire when a awltch or "ground"
wire wna put on.
J When a tramp cam for a drink
"Clarkaon would wait till the fellow
)ad got well. Bottled bark with the
-wiling Ice water gurgling down bli
'throat. Then lit would tap Ma eon-
necllng wire and aend a few caaual
train ordera cbaalug Into tha drink
ter'a mldat. "v
I Now, It la "t an fndlai tunimer'e
''dream of peaa to. drink t hot, blue
Itlntrd train order with eawteelh on It,
'and aa thla torchlight parade would
ttroopdowo tha thirsty man'! throat, b
would luddenly let go or tha oticinp
Itled cup, mutter a few relevant but
unaeemly remarka and hurry away.
The fame of Clarkaon'a contrivance
I apread quickly, and the trnlo men nrg-
f lectud their Work to watcb for trarapa
who might chunca along to drink a car
report, a wrecking order, of a bitch of
commercial message One eon heart'
fad conductor kindly hauled a "hobo"
4 nearly n hundred nitlea le glv Win a
drink with aieclal 8. I. B. Morse
X On one of tboae itlll and very hot
f daya auch aa naually precede a atom
4 In that aectlon, a apeck appeared In
f tha dlatanca down the railroad track,
mil i it i .v..,, i wum mm mw -.vmt.
7 It approach. A red. dusty tauiU of
neara coverro. ur tramps oca, ana
hla lank, ahlftlna rieraon waa aa rai
gedty attired aa a erarecrow for
coyote. Altogether, he waa' a moat
happy and promlalng eubjert, and
" Clarkaon tingled with Joy at the fel
, low made atralght for the water pall.
-t When aa ww well la tba act of ewel.
lowing, the dispatches were turned on,
but ba continued drinking without
ahowlng tha allghteat vlalhle concern
Rome train handa were near and Clark
ton felt that bit reputation waa at
atake. Bo he turned on another wire
and fare Iht tramp certain "Inaldt In
formation" on Iht alork market Noth
Ing happened. In , drapalr Clarkaoa
"cantered all tha aeven wlrea In bti
charge. Including tha overland preaa
relay, Ihd let tha tramp bavt them In
tht neit cup of water ha drank. In
tain. Tha "hobo" put down tha
emptied cop and atghed. "Much
bilged. Thla mnkea ma hnrnealck
makra ma think of tha old well on tha
farm. Much b'llged."
Then, with a good ahara of tha tela
(graphic aenlct of tha P. Q. Railway
company aocreted In hla ayatem, ba
went forth refreahed and rejoicing.
That night a ruah dlapatch from tht
uperlntcndent of telegraphi waa re
ceived by Clnrkaon, atatlng that ba
hid grounded all tha wlrea of the aenr
Ice, held up acven pnaaengur tralna, de
layed tht Aaeocluted Preaa dlapatchea,
betldea enibarraoalng tha running of
three perlHhahle freight extra, Tha
dtapatcb cloocd with tlyeinery: "What
hare rou got to aajtJokBiiriajf r
Clarkaon atutfled the tneaakg'e I
temately with the now empty water
Bucket, out not nninng in tnein any
thltig to "aoy for hlmaelfte decided
tli at be would Deep over the matter
and iniwer In the morulnx.
He went to feed,' hat couldn't lleep,
Th4 Image of iht "mlf, calnily drink
Ing bine-tinted, law-edged ' train re
porti haunted lilm. Iteatleaaly toning
between hla ahectl, he eonaldered.
"How did he do It) Illi Interior de
partment may be cyclone proof from
drinking lomethlng atronger, but all
the' othen were ai'iocgy ai he, and
they ahowed tha elTecti of the wire
all rluht. No, there'! lomethlng about
that fcllow'i thronf bla' llouiacb
It another moment Clnrkaon wri out
of bel, hurrying on bla clotliva with the
rapidity of a fireman.
Al dlipatcb to the next atatlon
brought the reply that the "hobo" hid
Dot punned there. Kvidentiy he wn
atlll lingering la the neighborhood of
the water bucket that bid made him
hotnealckVl With the aid of a track
band Clurkeou located tile man morlng
luitlly under a, .twitched freight car.
He wee takes Into the elation, and.
after being aecuruly bound, wai told
to go quietly to eM'lfc woe waa to
Come, i j i t J J J J ,, j is
The next morning Clarkaon tent hit
anawer to tha auperlntendenta dla
patch. It rnni
1 "Oruuudlug of wlrea oeceaaary
to' capture Bert Alvord, and fit
teen thouaand dollar reward. SCnd
herlffj am holding priaoner.
f 1 1 . "Clarkaon." i
( Wltb tba llierlfl1 came a number of
territorial, railroad and expreaa otO
olala. Ilert Alvord, with bit pal, who
bad been killed at the time, bad alx
nmntlie previously wrecked an expreaa
car, killed the meawnger, a hot tbe gov
ernor! nephew, and made oil with tbe
treaaure box. A atandlng reward ag
gregating fifteen thouaand dollar! waa
offered by the territory, the governor,
the cltlxeni, and the expreak and rail
road companlea, for tha outlaw, dead
or alive. And Clarkaon, who had been
given bla itatlot chiefly becauae no one
elte would have It, bad captured Al
vord and the fifteen thouaand dollara.
"It wai thla way, gentlemen," con'
tinned Clarkaon,' after the water pall
joke had been explained to tbe oft!
data, "ai I lay abed puullng bow be
could have drunk thoae train reporta
and yellow preaa dlapatfhee eud not
turn a -hair, It auddenly flaehed over
tne that out In Ileil'a canyon there'a
a pool of water that petriflea or em-
balutl the throat and atotnarh of the
loat cattle that drink out of It, ao they
loae all feeling la tboae parte. Why
might not thla 'hobo' have drank of
that water and got hla throat and
atomacb petrified, ao the electricity
couldn't affect hint Then 1 recollected
that Pert Alvord had been driven Into
IIHI'e canyon by the poeae and loat
track of. It only took another thought
and a balf to work out the problem,
The 'bubo waa Alvord, half craay from
hla terrible experience, come back to
(ivlllXHtlon, 8o I huatled out and got
my man; and low for that little fif
teen thouaand dollara cotumlealon.
The "hobo" nodded hla bead, half
foollahly, half aurilly. "My only re
gret la that ! ever found that loat
trail and got out of Ibrll't canyon,
Wbat'a the good of coming back to Ufa
when you've loot your UaterT"
Clarkaon la aupertutendent of tela-
grapha now, and yon never can tell
where a genlna wilt atop.
Chance Ltd Aviator
" t : ; '") to Great Discovery
Pecauee Wilbur Wright could not
keep hit flngera quiet there are air.
It waa the outcropping of thla sere-
out bklilt In at Indent!! rant Incident
that led to the moat amaxlng of the
Wrigtiie' Invention! tha mirveloua
warping wtnga ' that made aviation
' The bicycle ah op that ' the yoong
Wrlghta conducted, wrltea John It. Mc-
Mahon in popular Science Monthly,
waa kept open late evening! to cater
to tbe trade of factory employe!. Wll
bar wm on duty one night in July.
A cuitomrr came In. If ba had aaked
for a tire tape, a wrench or a pump
the courae of hlatory might have been
changed. But thla caatomer aaked for
an Inner tube for ble bicycle tire. That
tulie waa packed la t rectangular
paateboard box. Wilbur held the
empty box by Itt end while tbe cue-
tomer examined the content. Wilbur!
banda were Inclined to be nervomly
active, lie looked down and audden
ly reallted what he wee doing with aa
empty box twlatlng It warping It
What Waa thla? Cant binge winger
Never! Put you can warp them I Eu
reka I -
Wllbnr cloaed tbe ahop In t hurry
and ruahed home to tell Orvllla.
Caually each brother. In the Intereet
of truth, aavagely eeaalled the othera
Idea. Thla time Orvllla heard the box
atory, made no argument, and Juat ac
cepted Wllbur'i warping amendment
to the hbige principle, Then and there
one-half of the problem of lateral bal
a ore of the airplane waa eoived for all
time. It waa almply a great Inaplra'
tlon. Ilka Newton'a falling apple.
Within t month after tha warping
echeuie came to blm the Wrlghta tried
It out on a box kite that they flew
from Seminary bill, tn Dayton. A large
audience of email boya begged to aa
alit The kite, a live foot biplane, acted
badly from the email boya' viewpoint
It acooted here and darted there Ilk
mad, but aatiafled Ita ma k era, alnce It
reaponded to the control cordt that
twlated Ita frame.
Py meant of the kltt tht Wright
brotliert wert able to demonitrate
that their Idea of warping the wlnga
wat correct bialcally.
Ancient and Modern Faire
: Tht origin of tht ttitement county
fair may bt traced to the convenience
of bringing together at Hated ttmei
tbe buyert and aellera of the ttock
product of a dlitrlct In Europe la
the Middle igei theat falre wert gen
trally connected with featlvalt of tht
church, thla being eonaldered an ap
propriate time for bringing a large
number of people together, j ;
One-Cent Lightt Coming
Electric light! 10 tiny that It would
coat only a cent for current to keep
them burning for an entire year are
reported ai poaalbllltlea by tha Popu
Inr Science Monthly. The new llghti
were dtaeuiaed at a recent meeting of
the Illuminating Engineering toclety
I i k VV. 1 I 111 i W ..II
TOR BRED HEIFERS
Bred belferi auould receive particu
larly good care. Thla It eapeclany
true of thoae that will freahes, during
the next alx month!, layi J. W. Bnrt
Lett, dairy huabaadmaa at the New Jer
ey State College of Agriculture. '
olt la not enough to feed the bred
heifer1 on roughage alone. ' Such t
heifer will contlnu to grow nntll ihe
calve, If given a good aupply of feed.
After freshening ahe will be obliged to
ue all of her feed for body maln-
tenaace and milk production, ao the
dairyman cannot expect rapid growth
after the flint freabenlng. '
i The baalt of the feed for the preg
nant heifer can well be a good legnma
bay and allege If tliene art available.
She ahould have all tbe bay alio will
clean op twice dally and 20 to 25
pound! of illage. Until about alx
week! before freabenlng abe ahould be
given a good growing ration. About five
pound dully of a ration conilatlng of
equal parti by weight of corn, oata,
brin aud oil meal, will glva food re
lulta. If ahe It not fat tht ration
ahould cohtaln at leait two parte of
com meat or hominy to one of the oth
er Ingredient. It may aeein tbat tbe
belfer la getting heavy over the ahoul-
dert and taking on a beeflneaa, but ahe
will milk off tbla heavlneaa and pro
duce a higher tenting milk than If abe
freabeni n a Uiin condition.
At lea at a month before freabenlng,
the belfer ahould be put In a box atall
or In tbe atancblon row ao that ahe
will become ued to being handled.
She ran be watched better In aurb a
place, alio. A belfer In good or high
fleab will probably have a caked adder.
Thla need not cauae worry If ahe la
kept out of draught and not allowed
to lie on wet, cold ground Immediately
after freshening. Two week before
calving. If tba adder la caked, the ra
Hon ahould be changed to bran and
oil neat, and a few daya before freeh
enlng the oil meal ahould bt dlarontln
ued. TO reduce ndder congeal Ion aft
er freshening, bran only ahould be fed
ai a grain ration fur the flrat few daya.
Leaving tbe calf with the heifer for
three or four daya alao will tend to i
(leva tbe condition.
Feeding Cows by Guess
Is Quite Costly Habit
Feeding cvwe with tbe acoop above!
or by the "gue" method I quick, but
alao coatly. -
for If every cow la a herd of 18,
explain K. J. Perry, New Jereey
atata dairy epeciallit, were overfed
only one-half pound of grain dally
for a month, the owner of the herd
wtrald ha $0.48 per month when feed
la telling for f 48 per too. If tbe cowa
were a ndr fed the aame amount, he
would loae 810 pound! In tht month.
figuring milk at $3 per hundred
pound, thla milk would be worth $24.
SO. Subtracting the fO. 40 grain coat
would leave 117.80, the net loae to
tht nan ao underfeeding. In the
cotirwe of a year auch a method would
loae the herd owner 1200.
Better overfeed a little however,
than to underfeed. Of couraa, no cow
can be fed perfectly. Perhepe the
old general rule familiar to anccesa
ful dairy farmer! will not bt Improved
upon eery aoon. ' It It thtt: Give
cow all the good roughagt the will
clean up, and la addition feed one
pound of concentrate a day for each
threw or four pound of milk, de-
IKtodlng on Ita rtrhneaa.
Rulea for feeding are merely (lute-
men l of facta that apply to the aver
age of large number of animal. In
dividual cowa art very almllar to In
dividual pereona and have difference
tn their Inherent rapacltlea. There
fore, a rule ahould only be a atartlng
point In the feeding problem. The
wan who doea not atudy hla cowa and
cater to their pecullaritlea will get
ahead fouler If he blindly follow mica
than If ha feed by gue or with a
acoop above). Tha man who la moat
euccemiful la ba who, knowing tha
principle of feeding, adupta bit prac
tice according to bla condltlona and
clrcumatancea, to meet the Individual
need of hli cowa.
Warts on Cow's Teats
The exact cuuae of warta on t cow'a
teata la unknown, hut Irritation from
milking may ruuae the on the tenta,
The milk la aafe for uae. Warta that
have all in neck may be inlpped off
with blunt actaaor, a few at a time
then apply tlcture of Iodine. Murnet
of amull warta will diaappear after
a time If yon wet them often with a
aolutlon of one tnbleapoonful of wwh
Ing aoda In a pint of warm water,
or with olt of white cedar (thuja) or
If you apoly a '10 per cent ointment
of that ;,
Ration for Dairy Cow
Aa long ai cowa with only a medl
ttm production art on rye or wheat
paature, ground corn and ground oata,
bnlf and half, make aa good t ration
aa one can feed. Oround corn and
bran mixed, two parte corn to one
part bran, ulao make a good combina
tion. The atundard 4. 2-1 ration con
ilata of 4 parti of corn' crope, 2 of
bran or onta nnd 1 of cottoaieed or
llnaeed tnciil. In either caae tht grain
con moat profit uhly be fed, 1 pound to
4 pounda of 84 to 4 o emit milk.
BETTER METHOD OF ,
CARING FOR EWES
Tbouaandi of pregnant ewea are
loat every winter and aprlng that
night bt lived by a better method Of
feeding and management. Affected
wea are Invariably found to have
pale-colored, friable or almoit rotten
liven, when examined after death.
Often the alieep are fat and naually
they ire . contlpated .end elugglih.
They grit their teeth, become weak.
ttagger about, go down, are paralyzed
and toon die. Tbe vlalble mucout
membrane of the eye and other open
ing! of tht body may be found tinged
with yellow, from abtorptlon of bile,
or nay be abnormally pale In color.
Medicine rarely doea any good, unteaa
ttarted tbe moment aymptoma become
apparent Prevention la of paramount
We attribute the dlseaae to pro
longed, exceidv feeding of coarae,
bulky, woody roughage In tht tbeenct
of laxative feed to regulate the bowel,
and to lack of enough exerclae. Ewea
ahould be made to walk a mile or two
dully to get their bay, acattered over
the turfact of a dlatont field, a path
being opened for them with a inow-
plow If aeceeaary. Tbe bay ahould
be clover or alfalfa, both rich In pro
tein and poseeialng a vkamln that
it abaolutely neceaaary to good health
and atalmllitlon of lima ealte. Tim
othy and iwalt hay, old weathered
atraw and corn itover, threihed clover
hay and coarae, withered and froated
gr are mott liable to Induce the
eonitlpated condition that favor a the
disease In question. We regard It aa
eelf-polsontng from absorption Into the
ayitem of polaom derived from the
Intestines and not excreted or de
stroyed in tbe liver.
In addition to the legume bay, each
ewe ahould be given two pounda of
roots or two pounds of eound corn al
lege dally to regulate Ita bowels, and,
nnltat In good flesh from "flushing"
by generous feeding at mating time,
abould be fed dally one-half to threo-
founha of a pound of mixture of two
part of whole or crushed oata and one
part of wheat bran.
It la Inadvisable to feed much com,
aa It la fattening and encouragea elug
tiahneta. Were the ewea properly fed
and made to take active exerclae every
day throughout pregnancy, there would
be far fewer losses. At to medicinal
treatment, the drug that see ins to have
proved moat useful li Glauber salt,
tht do of which It two to' four
ounces, given In tepid water well
iweettned with molasse. Dr. A. 5.
Gilts Should Have Good
Feed in Winter Season
Onta expected to farrow early next
tpring should have attention during
winter. They will need a comfortablt
bed when bad weather cornea. Not
only la shelter deslrahle but a warm
bed of atraw la adlsabte.
The feed ahould be auch aa will ena
ble them to nake bone, muscle and to
function the vltsl orgaui properly. Aa
a rale gilt are bred quite young aud
there It very little time for growth
and development before they are to
nourish their offspring. That meant
that We aa farmera and animal hus
bandmen most feed properly. ' ;
There la generally very little for
gllta to get In the form of graxlng at
thla season of the year. It Is of course
well that graxlng be had bnt U U not
easy to provide for at thla time. Rut
tbe feed most be suitable ao that the
gllta will bt prepared for the aprlng
Protein feeds In considerable quantt
tlea will generally be needed. Skimmed
milk, tankage, meat meal, shorts,
ground oata, bran, cotton aeed. meal,
etc, are good source. Remember that
cotton aoed meal ahould net be fed
without caution. One part cotton aeed
neal to Ave or alx parte grain la
aafe, according to experiment. On
part tankage or ment neal to nine
porta grain hi generally recommended.
Fine Way of Marketing
; Feed at a Good Profit
Lamb feeding ba been profitable
during the past few yeara, and offer!
a good neent of marketing feed at
profit Good weatern range laniba are
generally safer to feed, ilnce farm
raised native lamb are frequently
troubled with atomarh worm. Lamb
which are Infested with atomacb
worm will not make good galnt In
tht feed lot and loaiea are likely to
Tht market pretera fat lanibe that
do not weigh more than 00 pounda,
hence feeder Iambi ahould not weigh
nort than 70 pounda when put into
tht fd lot
Hogs Loose in Orchard ,
When fed liberally and given plenty
of water bogi art not likely to cause
much It any damage In an orchard.
However, bogi may do considerable
damage by gnawing the tree or de-
ttroylng tht roots. If allowed In the
orchard they ahould be watched close
ly aad removed If they begin Injuring
the treea. If It la necessary to keep
them In the orchard the tree ahould
bt protected by tome kind of Incloe-
nrt for the trunkt to prevent the hogt
Dn-DTI A Mn
A JL JLTXl AMS
Cutting Glass Under Water.
Submerging glass under water does
not necessarily mean that It will cut
eaaier, but It la much less likely to
cnavk than when cut In air. The
cutting seta up vibration In the glass'
which have a tendency to crack It
These vibration are greatly reduced
if the gla I placed under water dur
ing the cutting proceii.
Tbe biologist, Hunter, estimated
that there were 618,000 apeclea It the
animal kingdom divided Into 18
claaie. Tbe different Insect are
numbered 860,000 or over two-thirds
of the total number of species In the
animal world. There are 13,000 fishes,
1.400 amphibians, 8,600 reptiles, 13,000
birds and 1.500 mammals. -
Attitude for 8ueeee.
He that would rellih anccei to a
good purpoie ahould keep hla pasalone
cool and bla expectatlona low; and
then It II possible that hi fortune
might exceed hi fancy; for an ad
vantage' alwaya rises by aurprlie and
la almoat alwaya doubled by being nn-
looked for. Ohio State Journal
The first lighthouse built by the
United States aa an Independent gov
ernment la at Cape Henry, at the en
trance ot uiesapeaae bay. It waa
finished In 1792, when fish oil was
used for lighting, sperm oil being sub-;
stiuted In 1810.
Tbe legendary lotua, the fruit of
which made t'lyaie' aallora forget
their home, I tuppoaed to have been
the came plant now used by natives
of northern Africa to make aaa-dried
cakes which taste like gingerbread.
Lamp Burned Long.
A funeral lamp placed In the year
4S B. C, In the tomb ot Tullia, daugh
ter ot the great Roman orator Cicero,
and wife ot Dlabelta, la aaid to have
been kept burning conatantly for 1,500
By a curious law dating back to
1779, all the grapee left on the vines
after the harvest In tbe vineyard at
Beilera, France, go to the benefit of
the poor and the owner can be fined
tor picking the cull.
Mankind are very odd creature;
one-halt censure what they practice,
the other half practice what they ceo
aure; the reat alwaya aay and do aa
they ought Benjamin Franklin.
Some of the inn ipott are aaid to
be thouaanda of mllea tn diameter, and
yet think of the fuss a girl makes over
an ordinal y freckle. Boston Tran
English Poeta Laureate.
Geoffrey Chaucer, who lived from
132S to 1400, waa the first to asiume
the title of poet laureate ot England.
At early aa the reign ot Henry III
there bad been a verslftcator regit or
Knowledge and Practice.
A wl man not only knowa when
to keep atlll but doea it Boston Tran
Different Whan Polnhsd.
Diamonds tn their natural atatt are
usually of a dull lead color.
Greatest Used Track Sale
We are aelllng every one of our
etock of used trucks at unheard ot
price. Now 1 the time to buy It you
need or are going to need equipment
ot any kind. AH make, sties and
prices. Terms to suit Mackt, Fords,
Whites, Packardi, Pleree Arrowt,
GMC'a, Federals, Republlca, More
lands, Kleiben, etc. 4 to 6 tons for
any kind of work.
Phone, wire or write, Phone, EAst
1428. MACK TRUCK COMPANY, 285
Oregon St., Portland, Ore. Adv.
You Want a Good. Position
Vary w Tak the AaeoantKitey en
Buslnws ituiactnrant. Private
al. Calculator, Comptometer, Ilutn,
ehle, Penmanship, ut OoaaaaereW Ttaeb
are Ceuiee at
The foratneat tluslnaa Celleft t th
Nwthwaat which ha m Accuracy
wrda ant 0614 j,daj than any tthar
school in Amartce, ana for our au
Cauioa-. FoUrth gtreathaar Morrison,
PirtUnd. Of. taM MVVaJkar. Fraa.
P. N. U.
No. B1, 1925
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE 1
Complrh) Change Silatdif
Adult. Week day Matinee 20c:
Evening. 36c Continoua 1 to 11
p. m. , Children 10 cent all time
CUT FLOWERS I FLORAL DESIGNS '
Clark Br, FlortMa, Ml aforrkm tl
WE BtJY. "
Hides, Pelts, Wool Mohair,
Tallow, Cascara Bark
; Horse Hair.
Bond Ol roar dilpmmti. W nafl jrao, check
th hu day w rc4Y wouAm. ,
Portland Hide Wool Co.
Miaul asm, Naiuae, I
Ciqor imfdi. in TPSTFO
W. I,, k IffftTf ttrftxttj fra IVvkti
i,U0 tl-4 u ruler Hft MufM
)ijti. tlvntjur tnmtm Wvrht Reoronl
Kfrtig, Wb. 1-afli'irM. 1H jm. rp
Ufltliifi t't rbfrfca.. better
WaiiMtv twttff awrrtra. Fre eatituf
QUEEN HATCHERY: JavTodd
MM AXrnHVl - . SSATTh.
Too Win rci Rwhl at Bon Ben
itfc mi Catns-liiwaiali la.
OaDcnt Oaf.' 8pecial Wccklf
Boa ktcau ill Trains., Utfc aad Burt.
Business Propaganda. -
You can't always tell about any
thing; maybe there 1 a aleeper In tba
statement, and Just aa like at not Ut
man who broadcast tba opinion that
pedestrians have the right of way and
don't have to bop around to avoid be
ing run over by a motorcar la aa at
torney who la looking for damage tttita
to settle.1-Albany Press. ;
The Foole Fire." i
Every morning tn the country for
est Area burn up the equivalent of a,
bushel basket full of 110 bills. When
the last bill Is In- ashes our -dally
waste ot 1100,000 la accomplished and
we square away for tha day's work
to replace with thought aad aweat
what folly has destroyed. Colliers.
Knowledge and Power. '
Knowledge la power when applied
to purpose, tbat Is, when it la used;
for, In and ot Itself, It Is Incapable ot
accomplishing anything. He who usee
knowledge wisely is a benefactor to
his fellow man. Grit. " ......
The Barefoot Explorer. .1
Two hoy, eight and eleven, started
out of tbe city to explore the world.
Both were barefooted. It la the way
ot explorer alway forgetting lome
thlng. Public Ledger. ,
The oldest university under tht
United State flag it Santo Toraaa Uni
versity in Manila, founded by tht
Dominican friar In 1605. The friar
atlll conduct the university.
Home Team. : !
Ad In Chicago paper "Widow with
five would like to meet widower with
tour children. Object, baseball."
Boston Tronacript . .
HEALTH-Mj Gift to You .r ;;
1IFE will be far sweeter if you ' , j
j once and for all time rid
yourself of those annoying, uncomfort
able and dangerous PILES and ether Q'T
Rectal and Colon aliments. MV FKt'E T
96-page Book telle of my unqualified' vltJ
WRITTEN GUARANTEE to cure youx , .
Pile without a hospital turtiical opera , ,
tlon, or refund your fee. Many personal : u
' Utters are also contained therein prov- '-'
i ing now i nave given dock ; ,
health and itrenalh to , ,
thousands of others. Start, :v,
tht Niw Year lUoov and W.U. , .,
6m for my Hook TODAY. 1 -'
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Or rV" BuilHlna at -Ml Sharr BrilM
BaaMra S-J t
ROOT AND HERB.v
If tatwt I time, pmranvovar-
atlona IM iHnluUri,
sthma Luna. Thruat. Ltvar,
KMrwr. RlMumatlam, Blwd. '
Slomadl ami alll
ordm Bladilac Traubla,
Tht C CceJWo Remadlaa art
art umX ' Ga,rtoMi oi ths
ckokml latikrinai aoot kjark, 1
blliul barkT hnportad tar
nam iar war orlmail cnoa-
lrie. Mte Wrrtokaaafana-
C. Gee Wo Cliijiese lolicine Co. .
tww LoaMnn-iGfJ, AW St, S. W. Cor. Third .,
ArUuADre. a Katabtlakad XS Yaaraia Portland