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EVENING- BULLETIN, JIONOLIfT.U. T. II.. 8ATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908.
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THE MERCHANT knows that every article in
hi store is a bargain for SOMEBODY for some
body who lives in his store-territory.
The real estate operator and agent know that
every piece of property on, their lists is a bargain for
SOMEONE for someone who lives here, or here
abouts. The landlord knows that his tenantless store,
or office, or home, or apartment, is exactly what
SOMEBODY is looking for somebody who MAY live
actually in the neighborhood.
The householder, with a furnished room to rent,
knows that to SOMEONE in town it would appeal as
the prettiest "one-room home" possible to find.
The owner of a "used but useful" article of val
ue, no longer personally needed, knows that, to
SOMEBODY in town the chance to buy it at a reas
onable cash pri:e would be welcome.
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Tho art of driving a long ball "lies
full many n fathom deep" In the
boundless ilcslro of eery gall pliyor
Proud philosophy cannot tcacli the
miichcoictPl art, and few who enter
nlth zest and energy upon the quest
no mlnwpt wllli iho nuural glflo
of patient character and physical
itiuitivju ni piim.ic tho acqulritlon to
the end of nssuied atilnmcnt If Hi"
nit of driving a golf bill r.ayo n writ
cr In The I iold, to n relatively fair
distance at every stroke of tho club
could ho Imparted either to tho learn
er or to tho trained golfer by reading
tho theories of those phjert who
lino established en r.dnilttcl rcput.
tlon for long dilvlns, It vmil ! be true
uio'lKh tn -u Hint the nrl vuuM 1 i3e
nro tll.ui I) i!f o Mj ochnntn.iit
Tho i dor or i-iihinl.M-iD lu icjrn'
be tit v.ouM bo rudely quencliptl '
and no golfer, whether long or abort'
Irlvi1 mi" r rr to pT'ur'i his os
mti una Hi(jt pint; mmnetitf. ijv ,h
lilt! mntli'Ms of r If yr-fpe'l'Mi m it)
uirm faiclmtlng of ml tho golfing ac
complishments. What had becomo a common heri
tage of overy player would bo con
demned ns a worthless acquisition, on
tho well known principle of all human
ambition that when once n thing It
possessed nnd desire Is satisfied there
Is a ten lency to feel that tho warn
of a thing la perplexing enough, but
tho possession of It la Intolerable.
Out fortunately foi the pctcnnlnl In
lorrst nttichlng to the gime whit Is
wrongly described as "tho secret" of
long drlvlug rannot bj liupirted
least by tho wilttcn word of the li ng
ott drivers tho noill of golf bis y '
focn march acims Us hor.iun
Que may ns well forbid tho moun
tain nlnen to vsag their high tops sa
attempt to satisfy tho boundless dc
she of overy plnjcr to become a long
drhcr by revealing the alleged "se
cret" that thoro Is cither one way or
many settled wnjs In which the mas
ter passion may bo satisfied.
I Ike thp poarch for thojJ-ffosooh-
er's stone, the art-fuiig driving Is
too elusive, too-GiUlcult to- catnlogue
precisely, tou of any practical use
fulness to fro great army of players
when tho effort Is made to Impart
"tho sccretB" In n number of loosely
reasoned precepts, which scno moro
to darken counsel than to hold UP a
lighted lamp of truth In tho rough
and channelled path of error
What Is the theoretical basis of tho
drlvo? It is to Impart th greatest
amount of underarm to tho ball which
tho combined skill arid strength of
mo piuer can pruuueu. il uub uiuu
scientifically demonstrated over anrt
over nenln by actual driving experi
ments that tho length of carry of n
golf ball Is In tho ratio of tho less or
moro undcrspln Imparted in tho too
shot by tho ulaier.
How Is that rotary motion acquired
by tho ball and what are tho best
means to Impart It? Tho ball re
eclves undcrspln by being struck bO'
low the level of its centre, and In
scientific theory, as well as in oc
casional practlco, the form of club
which attains the desired end best
Is tho now almost obsolete convex
8pln for the Ball.
The bulger gives tho highest In
crcaso of spin to tho ball and there
foro tho longest carry, and, curiously
enough, tho best stance with which
a plajer can Impart tho highest
amount of undorspln to tho ball is
that adopted by Mr. John Ball of play
ing oft tho right foot, with tho left
well in front. It is with such a club
and tich a stance that tho highest
Initial velocity is Imparted to tho ball,
not only when It Is struck, but dur
ing the wholo flvo or six seconds of
its flight In tho air.
Who can fall to remember , tho ex
pedients adopted fourteen or fifteen
years ago to achlevo long driving by
tho use of grcenheart, lancowood and
hickory shafts, and with tho heads
of drivers containing cunningly con
trlvod machinery behind tho striking
face? The bulger needed, too, ex
traordinarily correct hitting to re
main popular for gcnoral use, and in
process of tlmo all tho old convex
faces lyivo been filed flat.
Today tho working theory of tho
long drher Is "timing" tho shot. It
Is a mechanic like word which passos
from mouth to mouth, but It la not
what Shakcspoaro would describe as
of deflnttcness, for the, use of tho
word "timing" Implies that tho tco
"well culled." Its great fault Is want
shot is not n continuous action of one
rhythmical movement of the club, but
a movement which may bo dttldcd
into two or more parts.
Now, If thoro Is any fact clearer
than another In a tco shot it Is that
tho Ideal swing of tho short or long
driver, to be successful as well ns
straight, must bo n harmonious move
ment in two directions along ouo un
Thoro Is, of course, an almost tin
percoptlblo pauso when tho top of
tho swjng Is reached, and when tho
club Is brought downwards to mako
the stroke; but among tho best play
ers tho pauso Is bo tmporceptlblo as
to be beyond gencarl recognition.
The truth of tho driving theory is
mat ilitiH i.libv u "i" .a.u.uo I.-.1..U
of 'the club he.nl, nnd me teal scoot
of nil good driving oR the tec, bo it
long or medium, Is tho Importuned
of gMng moro heed than U usually -
done to tho upward swing and less Governor Frcar his .ordered an In
to tho downward. vcstlgatlon of Btnrtllng charges
Explaining the Drive. ,..,.' uguinjt jndgo A. N. Kcpolkal of Maul.
In the lino marked oiu for It by th.i left for that '"'"'h' Inst, cvcnlnR ' 0'
upward swing which tucures that euro evldcnco nnd conduct a prcllmln
amount of cloclty being given to thu niy Investigation. Judgo Kepolkal li
constitutes tho real secret of long I charged with having so manipulated
club head aa tt nears tho ball which i tho affairs of a Japanese estate, in
driving, nnd tho larger tho circle tho; which about $2700 belonging to minor
club head travels tho longer the flight hcrs nro involved, that the moaej
V- . Jia I- r. . . , ..,. ..I -"' ""ler his control In his oinUH
Not less Irapoitant factots nio tho ... .,.,.. ...i... i,-.
legs, n truo and Una grip ol tho uub I-V. "d that tho Judge bor
end the choico oi we outt moment '""'' K0 cI, thU '1 llU l-EU'ul
to throw Iho whole v.tlght of tho note, In Bcptoniber, lOou, pajiug' bic.i
body furnaid nL the Mauim Iho ba i but B up to date. In tho nic.itUli.ie,
la struck. tho mlnm helra of T. Moil to whom
An) ono who watches Mr. Illac'n tho nionoy belongs, hnvo been living
well play will sco nil these clement u10 ..narlty of triends. Tho detailed
lUbutl uuluiuliy inui hla ice tlwt.' h, ..i,,,!, Ir Ki,.iiniuiaioil. will
Kxccpt for turning the club, tha .)r()1)ab;. ,ea(, t0 tho impeacliment of
wrists aro of no uao In tho teo bhot, '.' n , V T .
for tho bringing ot them Into play ut Kcpolkal, aro as follows:
all nicina that tho shou nro either " . T. Mori, a Japanese mer
foundered or badly hit 'chant of Kolmla, died, leaving n llro
Tho truo swing is undo when tho claim which was later ptld by tho
pher has tilled tho Ucj that the guvcrmuuu, to tho ninuunt of $2700.
club and the urius are meie y an elon '.n ajmlnlatrator was appointel by
gated an 1 Jointed weapon of prapul- Jui,ee jaua Later, Hon. Milsl Salto,
elon. In tho most Oilectlvo uso of, hn ,,.. consul flcneral.' cm-
itH HM tl... It. II tin ll.r " . .-
which in Mrlklng the bill no Jl.u
either of wrist or elbow; must bo ai
lowed to act on any theory of InJlvid
nil upuce as a means ol getting ad
d cdlcngth to tho carryof tho drive.
tnoyed Atkinson, JuJd an J Mott. Smith"
to represent tho children, minors, ot
1 J.orl, and at a later period, E. A.
iolt Smith vvr.s given power" of at
torney to represent tho duly autliutuui
July l. count cuanllan of tho children. Tho power
Zeppelin today outdistanced nil world nr attorney was cworn to by tho U. S.
lecords for stccrablo ballons. He Consul at Yokohama and also by Con-
icmnlncd In tho nlr for twelvo hours, 'sul General Salto, and a petition filed
traversed tho greater part of North
ern Switzerland, and visited Zurich,
Winterthur nnd Lucerne, attaining
an average speed throughout of thlr
In the Circuit Court, over which Judgo
A. N. Kcpolkal presided, asking that
Attorney D. H. Caio bo appointed
guardian of the children and admlnle-
t-four miles nn hour. Ills airship trator of tho estate, provided that tho
displayed splcnded qualities of dlrl- Judgo held that Buch a course was
glblllty nnd answered the slightest necessary. Tho petition was denlol
movement of tho helm, while Its sta- and U. Kruegcr was nppolntcd guard-
blllty was quite up to the greatest Ian of the cat-lie. Krueger (lied his
In the moat dcslrablo weather con
final accounts with the court on Janu
ary 17, 19CG.
dltlons. almost a dead calm, the nlr-, On July 7, 1905, tho money belong
ship manned by n crew of four, un- '"g to tho estate, amounting to nboui
der the leadership of Count Zeppelin,
left its floating homo on Lake Con
stance at 8:30 o'clock tn tho morn
ing. Less thnn five minutes Inter tho
balloon robo about 1000 feet In the
$2500, was paid into the court by
check, made payablo to H. II. Hart,
clerk. On tho samo date, tho account
was changed In tho First National
Bank of Wniluku, from K. H. Hart,
u...uU, ,uu .t.,,. ''"'", clerk, lo the Second Circuit Court, as
air and turned her bowa toward Con- ' . .. . ,., ,
stance. About 9 o'clock It bnd dis
appeared on tho western horizon.
It was about 11 when the airship
came into view at Lucerne, and tho
thousands of astonished tourists from
all parts of tho world, Including him
tho account was tranbferred In tho Na
tional Dank, from the Second Circuit
Court as trustee, to tho general fund
ot the Second Circuit Court.
Thero tho money lay until August
lDth, when Judgo Kcpolkal borrowed
dreds of Americans, greeted her with 100o 0f it, giving his note without
iouu cneers ns sno sauea quicKiy over tnj0rsoment or other security, In tho
tho waters of the lal.e. With tho Itniinwlnc terms:
greatest precision Count Zeppelin
guided his airship nnd proceded to
carry out a long series ot evolutions,
which Included complicated figures,
circles, tho figure eight, sharp turns,
descents and ascents. He then un
dertook a tour of tho wholo lake,
visiting every bay nnd indentation
along tho Bhorcs.
Finally ho turned tho nose ot the
ship homeward, crossing tho Albls
rango ot mountnins high In the nlr
and traveling nt a good pace. The
balloon soon reached Zurich, encir
cled tho town hall and continued on
Ily C:30 o'clock In the evening the
airship had again reached Lake Con
stance and turned cast to Bregenze,
a frontier town of Austria-Hungary.
From that placo it traveled back to
Frlcdcrlchshnfen, executing a most
difficult series of maneuvers nil the
while, until It was over this region.
It descended to within 100 feet ot
tho roofs of tho houses, and then
slipped easily Into the Bhed, from
which it had been absent Just twelvo
Tho greatest altitude reached in
the long voyngo was 2S00 feet, nnd
the distance covered was about 220
miles as the crow flics. Passengers
traveling on n train between Zurich
nnd Constance say that the balloon
easily overhauled the train, which it
"I do not see how a man can do
two opposite things at the same
"I do. He can run for office and
stand for his party nt tho same time,
can't ho?" Ilaltlmoro American.
BELOW THE HORIZON
Towno: JIgley seems to bo prosper
ous now. Ho says his incomo Just at
presont is out of sight.
Iirowno; I should think it would
be; he lives so far beyond it. Phila
TO BE EXACT
"This meat," protested the boarder,
"Not exactly, It nln't," replied the
waiter. "It's dono over. This Is the
samo moat you had yesterday,"
The Weekly edition of the Evtnlng
dulletln gives a compute summery cf
.tie nevvi of the 4y,
Walluku, Maul, T. II.,
August IS, 1905.
On or before threo jears after date
as hereinbefore specified, I pronilso to
pay unto Edward Kruegcr, guardian of
Uml nnd Matsu Mori, minors, tho sum
of Ono Thousand Dollars at Walluku,
Maul, with Interest thereon from dato
until paid at tho rute of 7 per cent per
annum, payable semiannually. Both
pitnclpal and Interest payablo in U.
S. Gold coin.
I hereby reserve unto myself tho
right to pay oft any part or all of this
nolo at any tlmo prior to its maturity.
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Miss Chelus: Did he like the duots
wo Bang 7
Miss Byrd: I can't decide from
what he said.
Miss Chellus: Oh, I suppose jou
think he liked )our voico best.
Miss Byrd: Well, really, I don't
know exactly what he meant. Ho
said I sang well, but that )ou were
bettor still, Philadelphia Press.
Visitor; Why do sou havo a music
box when your daughter nlavs bo ele
gantly, Mrs. CumunT
Mrs. Cumuli: Well, thn dnntnrs said
I needed n frequent change of nlr,
and Flosslo ain't to homo nit tho
tlmo, Toledo Blade.
Blank booki of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured br the RulHIln Pub.
JOHN D. 69 ,
Cleveland, O., July 8 John D.'Ilock
cfollcr Ecoutcd tho Idea this morning,
when ho was rudely reminded that It
was the sixty-ninth anniversary of his
"Really, I cannot bo 09. I feel moro
llko 9 than 09," ho said. "Why, I feel
liko a boy again."
Rockefeller waa out early on his
beautiful lawn nt Forest Hill, his East
Cleveland summer homo, roaming
about on tho grass. Tho bars woro
down at tho lodgo, and many camo tn
without tho usual red tapo. That and
the dinner tonight at tho homo of
Georgo Rudd, Rockefeller's brother-in-law,
wcro tho unusual features of tho
day. The Oil King also cut to halt an
hour his period of struggling with cor
respondence and urgent business, and
was out on tho golf links for a full'
round this nfternoon, before going to
tho family dinner at the Rudd homo.
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