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THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS.
How to be Certain of
BIRTH OF COLONEL BOGY.
'Treiudice is a hard thinsr to overcome.
ut where health is at stake and the J
opinion or thousands 01 rename people
differs from yours, prejudice then be
somes your menace and you ought to
lay it aside. This is said in the inter
est of people suffering from chronic
constipation, and it is worthy of their
In the opinion of lesions of reliable
"American people the most stubborn
constipation imaginable can he cured
y a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
I'epsin.'You may not have heard 'of it
tefore, but do not doubt its merits on
that account, or because it has not been
Matantly advertised. It lias sold very
successfully, on word of mouth recom
mendation. Parents are giving it to
their children today who were given it
tiy their parents, and it has been truth
fully said that more druggists use it
personally in their families than any
Letters, recently received from IX. E.
Myers. Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Ham
mersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St, Louisville,
Ky., are but a few of thousands
showing the esteem in which Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild,
gentle, non-griping not violent, -like
salts or cathartics. It cures gradually
and pleasantly so that in time nature
again does its own -work without out
side aid. Constipated people owe it to
themselves to use this grand bowel
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying it in the regular'
way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the homo
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.
Monticello, 111. Tour name and address
on a postal card will do.
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Origin of the Term. That Has Become
a Part of Golf.
"Wha is Colonel Bogy?" That is the
first question usually asked by-the re
cruit when he steps on the golf links
Professionals and veterans never tire
of explaining that he is the imaginary
opponent, with the fixed score for eudi
hole, but few can tell how the name
It generally is accepted that an Eng
lishman was first to set forth the idea.
In December. 1S90, the scratch score of
the Coventry course was taken, being
the score that a good scratch player
would take to each hole of the grounds,
making no mistakes, but also fluking
nothing nor being fortunate with any
special flashes of brilliant play.
At the time they called this "the
ground score." and later several tour
naments were given under the system
The name, however, followed soon, and
'its origin was a curious one. Dr.
Thomas Browne, It. N., went out to
play against rt "friend. Major Charles
A. "Wellman, and-they agreed instead
of playing directly against each other
to play against the ground score and
decide their match accordingly as earli
fared in this way. It so happened that
about the same time the bogy song
was being sung by the late E. J. Lon
nen'at the.London Gaiety theater, and
everybody else was singing it The
words of the refrain were;
Hush! Hush! Hush!
Here comes the bogy man!
So hide your head beneath the clothesv
He'll catch you If he can.
There was the idea in golf. "Hfc'li
catch you if he can!" And ft flashed
across the mind of Major' Wellman
"when he was playing this game and
was getting "caught" by the grounc
score. "Why," said he to his friend
Browne, "this nlaver of yours is a rej;
tilfir hnrv' mnn." A rmisirlorfllilf nil--.; -2
.. . ....
of golf history was made in tha;
chance remark, for "bogy" was from
that moment established in golf. Soim
time later "colonel" was added. Exchange.
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A WALRUS ON LAND.
iuiad The bpuigvilie Times will keep y.on
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Tho Awkward and Bulky Creature Is
As might be expected, a wall us is
about as helpless on land as a can.-i'
boat It is .with no little difficulty an.:
.much hitching and floundering that lit
drags his huge bulk upon a. sandy short-
oven with the boosting ho gets from i rrn
behind by the breakers as they roll in
and dash against him.
His hind flippers are of little use on i
land, and on sand or pebbles, when , f
his front, flippers do not hold well. Uih ids
labor of floundering forward is so giv i j
that he .never 'Stirs beyond the edge : j
the "water and usually lies with J:: j
body half awash, with the salt spn. ;
dashiuir over him like torrents of ram i y
'On solid rock or ice he gets aloif.
much better, and often a herd wii.
spread several rods, back from the wa
The females and younger walruses I jg
have far less development of neck t
incumber them and therefore enjov
more freedom of motion than the v jpsi
males, who actually seem a croat but
den to themselves. These creature-1
are strictly social in their habits a:.
always go in herds, whether traveling, j
feeding, lighting or resting ashore. I
the days before the slaughter of wu
living creatures became a ruling pas
.fdnn iii tho hrreisfc of man rliiv Pfieifl.
RrxvifK: iiitmhitwd tha Tvhnlf nP Tlrii-r I
sea and strait in herds wjiich oflv .
contained thousands and even tens' ol
thousands of individuals.
1 AND THE ADA!
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1 Sunday Gourier-Journa I ,
left me with a frightful cough and
xra rrTTTc Ir 1in1 cnnllc t?Vnn rntil1 ' li
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minutes. My. doctor could not neip
me, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, J diet, 111.
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I hastened back to look fdr it. Present
ly lie met a husi;y negio, wno u:is,5
looking nappy anu piciang nis teeui.
"Did von iind :mything on the road
as-you canle uloug?" asked the gentle-
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Cleopatra's Paarl.- ,
Most persons know the story that is';
told of Cleopatra to illustrate lier lux
urious habits of living that She .dls J
solved In her wine a precious pearl i
Ko one seems yet to have questioned" j
what must Save been the effect upiiii' i
the drlnU. but scientists scoff at the j
po.islLi.lity oi .such solution. TLe fact i
is pearls are not soluble in wine. The I
most powerful vinegar attects tnoin
slowly and never entirely dissolves
them, for the organic matter remains
behind in the shape of a spongy mass
that is larger than the original peart
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