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FAITH OF MOTHERS
By MARTHA M. BARTLETT
. i yi i m m 1.1 Bk.
1 II 1 vi
of Combustion insures
Everything comes out of the r?en perfectly baked.
No disappointments for the houses ife. The
husband is interested because of its one-third to
one-half fuel saving results. Cole's Hot Blalt Com
bustion burns all of the combustible fuel gases
(wasting nothing.) With fuel and food at its
present high price these are things that ever?
husband and wife will jind of interest in
Cole's Ddv?n Draft Range
This range is furnished in blue or gray enamel or
plain black finish. Come in and let us tell you of
its mnrr? valuable features end shovJ -Oou its
beautiful and sanitary1 construction. '
J. F. CASEBIER & SON,
Beavei Dam, Kentucky
MAKES ItAIMI) HEADWAY
Add TIUm Fuel to Tour Storo of
Kidney disease often advances so
rapidly that many a person is firmly'
f ix its grasp Jjefore aware of its pro-j
cress. Prompt attention shou'd be
given 'the slightest symptom of kid-
ney. ' disorder. If there is a dull
yvain in the back, headaches, dizzy
V ln.1 Htnn ... fva!ln.r
or if the kidney secretions art' of
fensive. Irregular and attended by
pain, procure a good' kidney remedy
at once. k
Your townspeople recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills. Read the
statement of this Hartford citizen.
J. F. Gillespie, mechanic, Union
St., says: "I 'have had attacks of
kidney complaint. My back ached
and my kidneys wero weak and ir
regular in action. At times It was
necessary for me to get up during
the night to pass the kiduey aecre
' tious. I knew Doan's Kidnty Pills
were good for the trouble as others
in th9 family had been cured by
their use, Ona box of Doan's cured
me and I havs had no further trou
ble." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
yet Doan's ' Kidney Pills the same
.that Mr. Gillespie hud. Foster-Mll-burn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, 8. Y.
NEEDS OF "YOUNG AMERICA"
European Critic Thinks That Youth
of Grtat Rsptiblie Suffers From
Toe Much Freedom.
George Santayuna, famous philoso
pher and writer, in an article written
especially in the Forum on "America'!
Young Radicals," say :
"I have made a severe effort to dis
cover us well as I may from l din-
An ugly cut ?
.is antiseptic and
Cole's Sanitary DcvCn i
Draft Rar.e tfith its
V HOT BLAST
'' 5, ' .
een taking on ail sides.
fuhoe what these rebels w 1,111. I he
what they nre against they are
jitrnltiKt everything but what are they
for? I hiive not ln-en able to discover
It. This way be due to my lack of un
derstanding or tv their incupacit y to
express tliejuwlfl'K clearly, for their
style is something appalling. Hut per
liapH this scandalous failure In expre
sion, when expression is what th-y
yearn for and demand at all i'uH,
may be a symptom of something divjt
er; of u rudicul mistake they have
lnmlo in the direction of their efforts
and aspirations. They think they need
more freedom, more room, a chance to
be more spontaneous. 1 suspect thai
they have had too much freedom, too
much empty space, too much practice
In being spontaneous when, there was
nothing In them to bubble out. Their
style is a sign of this; it is not merely
that they have no maxtery of the Eng
lish language us hitherto spoken, no
clear sense of the value of words, and
no simplicity ; that they are1-without
the voeabulury or the Idiom of culti
vated people. . . . No, it la not
more freedom that young Amerira
needs In order to be happy; it needs
ON EQUALITY WITH HUSBANDS
Filipino Women, Entering Into Matri.
mony, Become Partners in Future ,
"When a Filipino woman inarrlns
she goes Into lairtnership with her
husbands" suld Mine. Sofia lteyes d
Veyra, wife of the Philippine, commis
Mioiier to the United Slates. "While
the men bundle the work and em
ployees, the wouicu attend to the
Uuancea, uct an cashiers, pay the work
ers und oversee much of the business."
Things are mudo easy in many
ways fur Fllipno women, she usserted,
writes Louise t'uttol la the Milwau
kee Journul. Professional npportun
ities are as good for tliein as for men.
Wouien are already members of the
Philippine llnr association, a privilege
not ieu to Itrltish women.
"Married women in the rhllipplne
hold their property in severalty, and
ure guurdiana of their own children.
Of the property which accrues to a
niarrtod coui.Ie, the wife Is half ad
ministratrix and there ure vested
rights which cannot be taken awuy.
It is not unusual for Uu mother of a
family to huve not ouly household
leadership, but economic control."
Women's iTulis are rapidly growing
In the Islands, Mine. Tht Veyra said,
and pointed out that already auS
clubs und . association exist, which
have formed a federation.
IQ, 12I, k)r JMcClurt Nw.pp-r Kyndlcatt.)
The cellar, with Its cement floor,
was cool and inviting as Kl inti- t Ti en.
tered, bearing a ruck of Jelly. Two
closets occupied part of the fouthcrn
wall. Ih the larger she deposited IS
tumblers; In the smaller, two. The
labels proclaimed that this day's pre
serving was crubiipple.
Worthy of note were the row of
rhubarb und strawberry conserve und
Kliziilii-lh lovingly touched each
plus, bright and colorful with the
fruit. A footstep, a sliudow. 'und she
hastily turned the key. ltet'ore she
could withdraw the. keeper of her
sei-ret, Dun lei, her hnslmnd. had
"Why nil this concealment?" l.e de
mnnded. "It Is a custom in my fnmlly," she
replied. "As far lut-k an I have any
know ledge, the wonr -n maintained two
flosets. The sn.i.cr contained
tentli of the jeiii-s ineservini?. It was
Kien to tin- sick i.r Hie neiyldiorhood,
the chtirt.h ami II. hospital. A certain
I vi niuge was mi: 1 und the proceeds
um'i! for the neei';. ."
"Very fine, vei .v line, elei'iint ; but
why, why, did your foremothers tiike
"Hpciuisp they fwr the truth of the
jroverh. ''Ilic iilicnil sluill l.e made
?;it ; uml lie tlial wnteretli slull be
.iti-rttl nlso liiniself.'"
l.aiii(l locked the tbxir with 'ioter
min.i!in. After pnitinj; the key In his
pocket, he faced liis wife.
"I hope you !n not think for one In
stant that you nre oliiii to ive awuy
.! fruit 10 la.v people, ton shiftless
to Jirovld f- ti,. Whll''". I t'orliid you
to (in mi tiling "1' tlio l;iud; it. i.ll be
lonts to me."
"Hut, Innii'l, when you married me,
one yar ajro. you all, "Willi all my
worldly goods 1 thee endow,' and this
is u very sum!! p' .iion. Yon cannot,
you must not, you shall not deprive
me of this privib-i;,'."
Her lni.-l';:ml Jrrked hiiuwif towards
the stairs nnurll.v. "Elizabeth, Pve
told you soiiictliln;.:, and I mean it."
; Tiien, witliout another word, he strode
awny to attend u meeting of the se
lectmen. With a screwdriver she pried off
the binges. Itunning to tiie burn, she
soon returned with a two-wheeled
She now worked with fierce energy,
wrapping every Jur and tumbler In
newspaper und placing them in the
A glorious full moon was rising as
Kli.iibeth ,i,ii,n,cni-"(l her pilgrimage.
For a mile slie followed tlic rutted
path, used only for hauling wood.
.Strange shapes and sounds frightened
her, but ut hist she halted beside the
disused but or Old .lake, the hermit,
dead now for twenty years. The fur
nishings consisted of a rude bunk, a
j table, one chair and u rusty stove.
ho can say what agony ui niinu
she suffered during the next four
hours! At the end of that time lun
lel found his girl wife, having tracked
her by I lie wheel marks.
The jars vhud been unpacked und
were in rows on the ancient table.
Kiixalnth looked up as lie came in
wish his IhiKhllght. but her e.ws held
for him no recognition.
"Oh. how do you do?" Her face
was whit, and hor lips quivered. "1
am so glad ,ou came. I cannot go
home to m husband; he has bis own
private opinions aliotit u certain mat
ter uml and we have quarreled. I
need a friend. 1 have been defending
my property; Old Jake comes here
every few minutes Willi a knife. He
wants to steal my preserves. . Some
how, he resembled my husband. "Oh t"
she shrieked, "there he is again, with
his sharp dagger. Don't i oh, don't let
him hurt me."
With comforting words Daniel gath
ered her in his arms. I'sing giant
strides and running most of the way,
he l urried her home.
It was live days ufter. The doctor
ciune from the sickroom und grasped
Daniel's hand. "Uy George 1" be ex-cln-imcd,
"she's really going to live;
she Is free from delirium, and wants
to see her husband."
Very softly Daniel tiptoed in and
knelt beside the bed, slipping his arm
beneatli her shoulders. She seemed
blissfully happy to be held In this
manner. Suddenly she Inquired,
"Where is my, tenth?"'
- Daniel rose uml wulked to a bassi
net where Daniel Abbott, Jr. (age four
days), was making funny faces at a
lijue und white blanket. "Why, Eliza
beth," he replied, "this is only your
Then, sensing her meaning: "Oh,
down In the closet, which shall be
held sacred. And, dearest, as a token
of gratitude for a restored wife, 1
am planning to build a third closet
In It, from year to yt-ur, little son and
I will place one-tenth of all the vege
tables raised on (Ills' farm. They are
to be given to destitute widows and
orphans, and to poor families where
the father Is sick. Oh, look! Junior
is smiling und has hold of my finger.
That's right, partner, shake baud!
cult." ' '
' Tie Style His stenographer used to
take 2H words a minute am) be con
tinually blagged uhout It. .
, nuiibustu lie murrled her, didn't
De Style Yes, and now whenever
he comes home he bus to take about
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Beaver Dam, Ky.
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