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HEN SITS WILLINGLY
Three Chicks Extricated When Crate
Arr-ives at Albany, N. Y.-Other
Egge Show Signs.
Albany, N. Y.---.t hen which contin.
ied to sit While trttvellug across tho
eontitnent is the possession of J. W'.
iVolfrom of this city.
Tho hen was sitting with motherly
}devotion upon a sest of eggs whlch a
friend of Mr. Wolfrom placed In a
crate In Iliv rside, Cal.. and sb1ppce
through a transcontinental express con.
pny to this city. She continued to sit.
disturbed not in the least by the trans
conjtinental trip. Her protection was a
conspicuous placard on the box read
ing: "Sitting lien--Eggs Expected to
Untch---llandle With Care." The wart.
Ing was punctiliously observed by ex
Wheu the crate arrived at its destina
tion three downy chicks wOr) extri
"te I fr-on the shells anl other eggs
gato forth eIdences of hatching.
STEALS LOCOMOTIsE TO GO
TO DANCE, THEN ESCAPES
Montana Youth Sends Engine
Runnling Wild After Reachlag
~3ozernan, Molt.--"BI (.fr Pm .
4U4 to that dance at Pastn's s':me
.*hovVo mu tmknowni y')unwg inaah d.clar
ed here when informed there woul be
aio trahi going east for solik' titue. hoe
Walketd over to a long locomot.lve, en.
-tercl t1" ea and startel cat, br ieih
tog th1r' !:1i closd r'gwilh :L'4k gully;
ou:t 01 n 11 th 1 ain li1111,
lngin' - '\iu\'is;er la , oeedte
Was .. +' iln tvwarl thai dtv when ht
q# i. I.1 li 't e iCUtred
I'cL~l ri r , r litUa'. fli'tnau
']oe'blio:- ':au: .t 1;;e :Wlilat11ulg e -
gilw. < UmboS~, i;:a o l 1.)L111+1 It
"driverb't.<s'' tie! lluno:.ht it to a ?top a
sh<Trt .l:tane romr~i .I\ ttcker's <egi:ine.I
No It it"' ' (lie lw,, i1og t.lV' thief l111
been found. I!e evidentrtly jumtpei when
he saw the other engine app ronching.
HIS PROPHECY COMES TRUE.
Tree Left Standing es Lightning Rod
Is Hit, Barns Untouched.
Islip, N. Y.--A bolt oi' lightning, the
only one in a perl'd of two hours dur
tig i thmiders tormn here ruecently.
struck and cuple.'tely demolished a
huge locust t.ree which was more than
a century old, nil was a well known
landmark on the farm Cof E. F. Davis.
The tree was over a hundred feet high,
and there was not a branieh within
forty feet of the ground.
hir. Davis said that he not long ago
refused an offer of $100 for the tree
from a man who wanted the trunk for
a pole. Ile slhd not. sell it, lie said, as
his father had always argued that the
tree should be left where it stood he
cause it might sone cay he hit by
lightning which otherwise might hit
the barns close by.
ROBINS TRAVEL BY TRAIN.
Build Nest Under Car and Hatches
Three Little Ones.
wais lmilbl lnto'I~i thi (19 Ihe otthier dlay
for)* re ar it wasi ',:t, ii tha. roldnti
Inel hale!nie' I hree youn4 I nets.
W len 4th Va wni liusede on the
rep air trne the1 ii ete bir oh-'w
aound greatl l'y e'::titahl :eal chI.bl lit
be drItlven a w.'. Theu mieni senreed
thie carm andei i'ounde th' ie'sl. ThIe'y put
the nest in a smiall box, cut ai hole in
it anld ltledi it to) ii 1ost.
Tilhe~ motthler irdt tooIk I ossess on imi
m~ediatel.y anld is, feed.ingi hier' yog
num~'eous t ime's eli Ily.
LOVED HER FROM INFANCY.
Man Fifty-four Weds Girl Sixteen,
For Whom He Waited.
Chairlistoni. WV. Via.--i>. \\V. Ifuot.
aged lifty-fo.ur yearsi', nail il11lian L~yda~
Youni ., aigedl s~iteen yeari s. 54ecu1red a
license andii wV~ee marhried hierec.
It is I'leelaredl thait I lunt, a necighibor
of the Youen g famnily, hias' loved the girli
sinice Iifanicy aond onlly nwnitedi thec
time whiein slhe was old enouhigh to imar
ry. I Ier patrintIs gave theIr conisent to
the manrriage, It beling und'erstoodl al
mnost since her birltl htat I lunt wais to
have her for his bride.
COOD NERVES SHOWN IN WAR.
Medical Journal Comments on Absence
New York.-"The peresent war," the
New York Medical Journal says, "has
brought out many surprises, one of
Which has been the absence, or com-~
piarative absence, of epidlemiels and the
~remarkabhly good health ',f thte armIes
"It is also4 a maittter for su1. rlrse t hat
nervous diseasiies hatve not becen engen
(1eredl and developed oni al lar ge scale
biy the a pinhg conilditionsi whbich exist
Sentonces Her Husband.
hleading. Pa .-n [i pollee court rcientI
ly Mirs. Isaac Shade was told by the
judge to nentence her husband, whom
*bo charged with Intemperance and
nonsupport. She promptly designated
ifve days in jail, and the judge meted
out the punishment as suggested.
COURT BAN ON _ "SP$ONING."
A11 Right Only When Public Can't See,
Says New Rochelle (N. Y.) Judge.
New 1toebella N. Y.--"Spooning" in
public places Iii New locheilo even
ufter dark, if others can see it, must
stop. This was the edict of Acting
City Judge d'izel as he flued Peter
Aryell of River street $15 for lovemak
ing in Stonelea pari. \Iiss Julia 'lea.
son of Echo umnor, the girl %%-ho was
with Aryell, was sent home and advis
ed to be more circumspect.
"I don't care if you spoon in Iludson
park or Lover's lae or anywhere
where people cannot see you, but you
must not spoon right out iu public,"
said Judge Bizel.
The residents of Stonelea park have
complalued to the police that the park
is a favorite place for "spooning" anl
that youths and maidens of fifteen
years gather there. Robert Lesser,
manager of IIudsion park, who placed
"spooning benches" near the shore in
the park, way plant a hedge behind
the benches to protect the young love
nakiers n a result of Judge .lizel's
"TELEPHONtE" CURES THIRST.
French So'ldier Confessos, and Penalty
is Cut In Two.
Pu 'i.-A court tuartial at fbo front.
The pvesiding diicer, speaking with a
distinctly kI.Wly intuition to the lic
",Now, ;soUar gami t :rtl y0n tejo
'No y iflafl 13 will -nt t to
"If y00 catiftrs gvo.D jUl Vugy -have
4alf the i'enalty/"
"Well, tlUiJ, SM 1?1y c ltontd 1 dhi
All the con,, tangbhd anti , nominTaJl
Penteneo Was lli'onouncetL
The civl)i:rrn should not. tmngioe that
the use of a telephone is a rrino ii
the F'reucb anus. To "telephoel in
ains :lung i., to horm u ) BttJP hl4 in a
(Ull barre' (f wine, t) lt 13 ruber tul'r
(2oi'ttro utal .'liply 1ho month to the
VALUES I1S HOUNDS.
Hiawatha (Ken.) Resident Places Their
Worth on Tax Rolle at $2,000.
1Iia wlth:t. Kan.--On t h assessuent
rolls of liro4.wni County the nmiel of V.
1. Kelley, whob lives on the Kiekupoo
Indian reservation, is down for $3,;10
worth of piroperty.
.\r. Kelley's hogs, cattle and imple
uents arn Valued at $1.510. and twenty
dog, are valued at $2,00). Kelley ]i
istU(l ed valuing the logs at $100 each.
They are hounds. County Clerk John
lIiithe'son1 t.liought there was at imis
take in entering t.he assessnint and
took the uttter ui1 wit I Kelley. The
owiner of the twenty dlogs insisted stn
standing Vat on his returnis, and in ad
dition to paying personal tax on the
twenty bounds ho will also have to pay
the reguir dog tax.
TEMPLE OF DISHONESTY.
It Will Have the Form of House, and
All the Parts Are Stolen.
Los An1geles.--.Someblcody Is building
a teliple of dishonesty in the form of
at house, of' which all the Component
farts are stolen.
Now the Ihieves are stealing the
doa rs. The last ease of suchll thievery
3Mrs. W'. 1I. I1 li f 141-il i'elira sireet.
mring thle backi (dour1 wa1s iocked~
urined two hiours hiter1 the ioor' was
gonle. O their liIulsi' lhiirls hitvei lue''n
thieves wVIll do) wheni~ t hey' get. irtiial
YIn:ik for' Iheir hom'e-.
FOUND $60 IN OLD CLOTHES.
Owner Gave Salvation Army Captain
Part of it as Reward.
Il'or illad, 4)4re. - -iThey wvere sort ing
(?1d clotheiis at then Salvat iin. Army In
ditsIl' be)line'5 thel' oth Ie d y ith to ir
ijriiia( th15ii ii ought hde riehos inte
frayIled 114)1ni sItte 'ie'd liene t th ainl
then.3 ie t 4elrty Yof (le 1lI ts
waesJ Ivnliee whnrmy. dhgdrp
trectorkErs.po Thithoearch o lg+
Wovrksi Cotnuoly Forwolay.
hunidle, a-loe sou nght n bynt
ar.Tioa ligpt.ain iows, n won hetn
fand thh oey 1.se xursdhr coat
pan0 y atprsnting Te o pigt
Tracetrcesryt Eqip e ih SoerIcight
torkashj Cninuoslye or aldTo Days.
Lagynighale, a.- Iltn t night b
atificia light1) is an 1 iinnvton on the10ga
farmtof the La''nsdl 5 e lushroomt com-e
eanyht Lnse. Thr 1i4eo' lat spr "'ing
mad4' nesaryne itt devs om mtien
th atc bpline the worksand the hos.
ife byhnulh hdea shrd hapon. s
Thrme loin wesideneaby als drcor
enie ttsope wthan acerylnewt gas
ntnk eggs Thwerfuansearht. Three
sfullyorkistad aotnduole fot ty
thatbeiofelite dues ftehue
GIRL HANGS TO ROOF OF
AUTO BY HER NECK CHAIN
Father, Who Was Driving, Finds Her
Unconscious and Effects Her
Waverly, Kan.-Miss Dorothea Rob
erts, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. ML 11.
Ioberts of Waverly, met with a very
unusual and pecaliar accident which
almost cost her life.
With her father she was riding in
their car, the girl'in the rear seat, the
father In the front seat, driving.
In passing over a culvert at good
speed the girl was thrown against the
top of the automobile and a strong
chain which she wore about her neck
caught over one of the bows in the top.
There she hung until the father noticed
that she failed to answer his remarks.
When ho looked around he found her
unconscious hanging to the top of the
lIle stopped immediately and did what
he could, but she was unconscious for
severa) hours. 1cr mouth was full of
blood caused from the choking of the
chain. She is on the road to recovery.
BEGGAR PRODUCES MISSING
ARM; HITS POLIUCEMAN
Surprised Patrolman t ecovgrs
and Puts Husky Fugitive Un
der Arrest After Rghti
tau FrniLse-When t a tb ouud
beggar not a one anued bggar? Pa.,
trolmni John J. Mullin lettraed the An
swer when he went to the hospital.
3Mullin nugbt ilmisll 11ead, who
says ho is a waiter. begging alms oh
Market street% peay O'Fu'rell. One
6leeve o the altna 1 eek'er' cout wars
einalty, akd the arrest rtsd-t1 inurm'ur
of symlarby fol' the Woebegone beggar
t,'0 \vil frPti the liIs of p:sisers by.
11111 took letil t) 0 lietry 'atrnof
\WJItii bewildering i:retstbiligitation
ilcnad ('l'Odut( l i suecotnd solid, sulbstau
ttl arm fr:to under his coat. At the
end of the "new" arm was attached a
flst which resembled a ham. Before
Mullin could recover from his aston
ishment 1lead leaned his list against
the former's jaw, and Mullin fell to
IIead ran away from there, with M1ul
lin In hot pursuiLt. A brisk battle fol.
lowed, during which Head seized the
patrolman's third finger of the right
hand in his mouth and nearly bit it ore.
Riead is now in the city prison, charged
with begging and resisting a police
man, and Mlullin is in the hospital with
a lacerated linger.
REFORESTING SMALL ISLAND.
Plan to Make Habitablo More of the
Hlonolulu.-Tho retoresUng of now
barren Kaboolawo island, In the Ha.
waiian group, Is the proposition the
territorial board of agriculture, the
members of which, after a visit to the
small Islet heretofore designated un
suitable for settlement, decided to be
gin the work of planting algaroba
It is recommended a portion of the
island swept by the strong trade winds
be fenced to pirevent depredations by
sheep and wvild goats. Miembers of the
board say the Introduction of horses
on thisland511 wouldl assist In the dis
tibuition of' seed.
Itl lsalso proposed1 to construct sev
erllrereservoirs to conserve the
rainwater that fails so plentifully at
ail l ines. Algaroba trees pilanted there
ten years ago have reached a substan
COLORS EMPLOYED ON FARM.
Barnhart Toils How He Made the
Whole Place Yellow and White.
llenidinig, l'.-l en ry A. lBnanat
of I lulbna tohl thbe commni ittee~ of the
slate boardI of a griculiture, in session
here, of his effort5 in behailf of the
artisleI sIde ofi Iarinug.
lie illustrate'd this by3 citin' that lis
big biariis.'and 4)u)thuiblinigs are all
the farihouisii~ Is iainted, wh'iite, w'.
yelilw triinuniinas; the calttle hauve (lhe
satle yeillowl color, b~ecaimse they are'i
Guernsey~O's; not ai hiorse IS uIsed e xcept
lie is yellowv ni-i has a whlite mark on
his head and) whiite feet Th'ie shepherd
dlog Is yellow, withi a white band
aroitu h1Iiis neek; there arie yellow cot
ored chlilckens, y-ellow colored -sqluirrels,
t he place be'ing known as thle "Color
Scheme I-armi of iniana."'
BORN WITH EIGHT TEETH.
Baby Also Brought Into World a Suf
fiolent QuantIty of Hair.
Plttsburgh.--A baby boy born with
eight teeth and Samsonlan locks has
the attention of all Underclif. The
b~oy has been named Alvin Leroy King
and Is the son of' Mr. and Mirs. Leroy
When the ba by open'Ied his mouth for
his first lusty yell the nurse was suir
lirisetd to see four teeth each in Uppier
antd lowver iJa''s. 'Tho chilbi's head wats
c'overedl with black hair. Ever since
theo King hionme has beent an attraction
for mothers, fat hers and children call.
ln;g to see the ha by.
Protects Tame Jack Rabbit.
Blhoomingdale, Ind..---illiam [B. Leon
ard has inserted a notice in the news.
papers retluesting his friends and
neighbors not to harm his pet Kansas
jack rabbit. The rabbit has the run of
the Leonard farm, but is so domestl
cated that It returns at night to sleep
in the kitehen.
-rn-what does that mean?
It means that NEW quality, in a cigarette, that does
for your smoking exactly what a drink of cold water does
for your thirstl
To satisfy, a cigarette must do far more than just
*please" you-it must let you know you've been smoking.
That's what Chesterfields do-they satisfy! And yet
For the first time in the history of cigarettes, here's
a cigarette that Satisfies and yet is mild! Chesterfieldst
Other cigarettes r say be mild, but they don't uatisfr,
BUT, Chesterfields satisfy-yet they're mild!
This is new enjoyment for a cigarette to give. It is
.omething that no cigarette, except Chesterfields, can give
you--regardless of price.
Because no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield
Try Chesterfields-today /
. aThey .5Af "
10 for 5c ArZ
Also packed 20 (or 10c -and yet they're MILD
Clean Sweep Summer Sale~
Going On At
Red Iron Racket Stores Closing
Out All Summer Goods~
Palm Beach Suits, Low Cut Shoes, Straw Hats, Millinery,
Wash Skirts, Shirt Waist, Summer Dress Goods, Summer Under
wear. Everything in Summer Goods closing out, and remember
we carry the most complete line of merchandise in Lauren.. Our.
Stocks are full and a wide range to select from, and don't forget
Our Prices at all times are 10 to 35 per cent less for the Same
Don't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get to the
Red Iron Racket Stores
We Originate Others Imitate---We Lead Others.
Buy Your Goods at
J. C. BURNS & Co.
And Stay in the Lead.
2 Stores: No. 1 Red Iron Racket Old Stand, No. 2 Red Iron Racket on the
Square 0. B. Simmons Old Stand.