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THE ELGIN FARMERS CHAMPION
A Feeling of Security
You n-ilurally feci secure when you
know that the inriliclno J on nic about to
take in absolutely pure mid rnnliiiuri no
harmful or linbit producing diugs.
Such n medicine is Dr. Kihiiir'ti Swninp'
Itoot, kidney, liter nnd Mulder remedy
'flu1 Mine stntukird of purity, strcin-th
find cjcelletirp i maintained in nerj
liottle of Sn-inip-llnnt.
It Is scieidlhc.illy compounded from
It In not n ftlimd.int nnd ! taken In
It t not recommended for cxer) llit'i.
It i n.itiire'a pn-nt helper In relieving
nnd overcoming kidney, liver nnd Mud
tier ti "tildes.
A swoin tutenunt of piirily In wltli
every Imltle of Dr. Kilmer's Siv-iitip-I
If j.ni 111 oil n medicine, oii -dinuM
Imvp tlie l-t On ralf nt nil dtug tnro
In Imltlf nf two tv, ini-tlmm nnd Ui-f.
However. If jmi with first In try this
treat picpirMitm send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer l Co., Hiti-di-unlon, JC. V, for a
dimple liottle Wlien writing f Kite and
mention tint mier -Advertisement.
Chnlimmi I inker (if tlio shipping
tHifltil Hiiid. in mi till t lew :
'"J heso men nri- Inking iicodli'ss nf
flMIM They were taking nITonso where
liiilii' Is Intended.
"A lull, gtiutil, vinegar fin'inl worn
nil walked lulu Wiivvu xtHtloti nni' iluy
ntul 'lid tu tin' tli'lu't agent :
"(Hi i' ii thekt lor Chester
"'Single? nld tin- nnoiit.
"Tin' woman's eyes Ihtslieil steolly
"'None ii' jit ilitrn Inislnc-,' nIiii
hissed '(iiixli knows, llinltcll. I
infill luivo uuirrli'd ii doiii limes
over If I'd been hIIIIii' In giuli-tnke
some shiftless, putty fnced monkey like
A Lenon to Him.
Ituflrrty botod It'll fool Into n min
ing claim mid tlii'ii iihmidniifd It. An
oilier 1 1 "ii, it up tinil ut II (Vol struck
pold When Itnffi'rly liiiinl lite news
lie I'M'liiliui'd: "I'll never leave nni. Ill
it rliiliu tut M I I'M' gone ii fiHit fur
ther 1" Life.
Tin' limn wlm "also run" In u politl
rnl rare usually hits tut I'liipty purse
(IH II HIMIM'lllr.
Occasionally n glr' marries, tier
Idi'ill lull lie soon o'I.m ws It.
Is That Cold and
Cough Hanging On?
YOU will l convinced that Dr.
King's New DiKOvrry docs jut
hat il i meant to do- -soothe lough
raw throats, congestion-toimenieil
chets. loosens tin- phlegm pack and
breaks the olMiiutc cold and gripis:
att.uk, relieves the congestion in the
head N liaiinfnl drugs, then-fore
good for ihiMren 3s will a grownups.
Right away ou will notice ihc
chaise for the Is-ltcr. Has a con
MiiLiiif.. hcilm ta le that ou will
appimate liu a Ixiltle at ai' il'UR
rwu on the wa lu me to-n t.'t. Wc.
lor Colds and Coughs
l:iy IVopto. I xy lluwili. lniit
nej.-t tim4Him It i:tt Itn: n'U
the hri.th. .iki all f.i rut of
mi, Or KnK I'i' will inxuir.U
thc tim. r up the I rr. mine the
Ih)w!, Ml vim. ,im, i'i
DI'Uomi'ti won't amra
r. Kind's Pills
HfBlnta Clir and
nutr it (fr Knl I'dt1 !IW
rN nn tt tWl IT' u .
HINDCRCORNS nmotM ,vm., ri.
Anr. via t Mil ia tut r mt rl l I
ru in r hin r 1 . r m I r l riur
Shave, Bathe and
Shampoo with one
Ct'T lOt'lt 1'AINT Oisr l N t-II UJT'
iitiv iiiur.rr i iiimi tiii: r.,riouv
Wer.tlicrproui Paint Standi the Tstl
(il tiim llir flnril liicrrilipnt- in.mtr cn
t'ur I'uro oil I'um Ih-.I anJ the '-t)ir
mount or Pure : t n routluy imi.J II
faint ran l i- til tu- t.r we will . iJ
a innka It Al rul.'ra ami hll. Oct ir
tallon, anl evrrr mti n fulir nuaranWtvl
Wall l'a"-r t rnlt -ir roll up.
ivKriii:iiiuoor i'ait miii, ci.
II H. IUI.i.oii ... OklJliums I'll
For Bcllcr g. Service
till, IMIIMrit, i'H.mttrUI Kirluilr
Ot'tlcal flc vlall-t Otoa fjn Iralulilf nod
without it knita.
1I3H W. Mil" Oklillionui C)
IIKS. I'llt. KICK l t'OI.IIII'li III'MlsT.s
Aajaafsrsv fniit. h. . i 1 n r
JiitrmA. "' ""'"' " i St
CT'rT'- , Ik'ah ma I ir vklt
-- I 1 1 t-r H-it ivii'a .tfnlal time In
llr llntMinnhle lulrrs. Bfrclal illacsunl
to all out of itiwn l-i'le
Speciall Ballcry for Fords
Tit i lltMIrn ut lltr-r Towrr
JIMINMIN i:i.l.( TIIH! i 1N(,
JUS ISo, IttttuilHH (ILUtuiitm VHj
fltlOlCIANM' kl'ri'UI'.s Kuiiical tnittu
mania an4 lliua. Kurnllur, lUratlnca
ti'XIlM, tUianuana Vac;inna. Triuara, tup
M-iar. Hhurt llauk uutrk i tv.rr
Oklahoma rMi miian-v m iii.v to.
Ill try' Meat v. ii. iiuf 1 1 At
llklakoan tltr. Ok I
Many Things to Consider That
May Have Decided Bearing.
on Home and Business.
FERTILITY MOST DESIRABLE
Eitential to Succetft of Cntcrprlts It
ttlnh Quality of Live Stock
Look o Source and Do
pcndiuility of Water.
I I'M purr. I by Itio t'hlloa )imn lilllnnl
ir Avrlv ultor I
'I'lio hIi "H'Ii-cIIiui of ii funn Ii 1 1 M 1
In tlie uri' mid MitlMfiirtliili of fnriil
life. ('ImhwIiiv u fnrn i often meiiiii
elieixlliK n pline III wliieli In live mid
uurk fur ii llfilliiie. It Is iiuportuiit,
nf eniirM'. In ileclile wIm'Ij in Imjllii: fur
liiM'-vliiienl. min the I'lilteil .Suites He
pHiiiiient ef Acrlculliire, hut in uuikliiK
ii holoetleu fur it lu'ine It Is iluuldy
lu-'.Hirl.iiit tu I'unslder iiriuils fenliires
Unit iiiii;- lime it dei'ldisl lieitrllii; nil
the funn linilnes nr Hint lint) luiil.e
the Inline life iillrnilhe.
Home and Outineis Inteparable.
The hiuiie side of the iptestlnn must
iilu)s he kept In mind, for the funn
hotne nnd the funn husdiii'MS nre lu
Ki'lMirulde. The ileslnihle funn from it
business siiiiilHint iuiiii) times In
found iindenlnilile If It litis no mk'IuI
or etuumuiilt) iiihiinliiKes. tin the
oilier liiiud. ileHlriilde llxlin: conditions
lire of little or no iidiuuliii;e unless
Niipileiiioiitei, hy n MUTe.sxful ftirill
In svliH'tlni; n form It xluiuld be
iMirne lu in tin I Hint It requires u funn
biislness of eoiHlileralilc --Ire to pio
vide mi Ineoine tlmt will merely cmer
iiiHlitteniiiit'e clmriten mid tlmt lbee
I'luirnes tire relittlel Inrp'r for siniill
fnrins tlinit for in rue ones A farm
must be of Midi it -Ire ns to furnish
liiii'.t of the supplies needed lu the
fitnuer's llvlnu. stub us uurdcii mid
fruit, mid emiilk'b liu'otue to puy the
tuxes nnd riiliuilii: epenes. lnles,
Iniweier, therv Is u murulii itbove these
itiuitiiil iniiliiteiuiiH'e iluirtes no prov;.
ress villi be uiiiiIi! tuwiinl ucc'iimiiliit
liii; it hiirptus.
Annther fen t tire which the funn
meeker should n-e to Is Hint prospeets
for crop jli'lds uro more tltttii sullli'lent
to bnlmiie the cost of production.
Soils of low fertility lire timidlenpptsl
come tire found to be u poslthc lluhlllty
If It Is lit'ieositry to funn tlp'in. It Is
well to tiupilre thorouchly Into crop
lebs, nut only thine Hint lme been
obtHluisI en the fnrm ltelf for il piriod
of enrs but tboxe renllnvd on iidjnceiit
UipiHlly esenllal In the success of
the funn blliui's Is lilch iiiiillty of
the lle stock enterprise. To hnuille
lle slock so it will pti) for feisl, cure,
mid labor Is more ll.iin u mere iniitter
of tniiiiiiiteiiieiil fur It l dependent
' if .
vii ..1 . r
-N ; juj:
A Ucaericvi uiioartt Farm in t lie
Northwest -The Owner Failed Oe.
cause of Poor Soil and Lack oi
not mil) on cheap mujclinicc, piitmv.
market, mid yeiurliii labor at lensou
aide rates, but uWo on the iiialll uf
the auiinals l.ept.
Ctep land, In Itself, Is of little uluc
unless It Is so Minuted Hint it can be
made to )leld prollliihlo retiiruu
throiiKb the use of labor mid
innchllier). A farm of liVi acres,
iiiluisl at $ti" an acre, tuny be a much
better purvhatvc If pructkiill) nil of
the laud can be put lo some prolltithlc
Use. limn annther farm of liVl acres,
at Jis an Hcrv, of whlcli large ureas
uro pinctlcally useless, owlnu to
itreiims, and swamps that cannot be
drained, or rough stony tracts poorly
sulteil eeu for utsure.
Another factor Is care of ciiltUntbm.
If the laud is er) stcei or broken It
Is not practicable to use Improved
uuichllicry and It Is often tllltlcult to
harvest the crops and renwne them
from the land b the usual methovls.
This Is particularly true In leading hay
mid grain on steep hills.
The fs'rlfiiccd fainter lu selecting
n furm generally looks tlrst to the
source and dependability of the water
kuppl). .lie knows that u furm without
i.ud lulc'iuatc sitppl) of water Is most
undesirable. Attention should be ill
reded lu the iiiallty of the water,
the question of whether Hie supply Is
tli ptiivhible at all seiisons uf the year,
mid to the cost of obtilnlng It. The
cost of upkeep and nipj tj- of water on
a farm Is often a big item.
As mi aid Hi persons nl unit to buy
furm limit, the Pcpnrttncut of Agri
culture has publish..! runners' Hut
letlti UKS entitled, "Select luc n Pnrui."
Copies uf the bulletin tuny be had
fns by -addressing n reqiicst to tlie
department ut Wuihlnttou, D. C.
DOUBLE MATING FOR
Barred Plymouth Rocks Have
Peculiarity of Feathers.
Oreeders Producing Standard-Dred.
Fowls Must Maintain Two
Separate Hocks in Order to
Keep Show Dirds Uniform.
il'rwtr. br ll I'nllnl Htlf Dft'nilinrnt
r AKrIrililUlf 1
Tlie Itiine.i I'I.miiiiiiiIi Itock, the most
piuibir bn eil of poiilliy on the fiiruis,
mid therefore the must numerous of
the iiiiinj now rulsi'd In the country,
tins n Hi'iillurlly from w liltti iirihes
speclul bucdlni: problems, 'rids Is the
pliiiuiiue iiimkliiK of ilurk nnd IIkIiI
burs (but hits been kniiuii for so luni;
mill wlili Ii linil.es It elmost esselitliil
to ninke two sepnritt'i mutlliKS to )-'et
stmuhiril color In hjlli the mules mid
Tin iillermitlnt: ilnrk mid Unlit Iiiim
i;le it bluish cust or simile to the
Kcueriil color, which should be even
Ihrouvhotit Hie surfnee. It Is common
for solid Mack feitthers, or feitlher.s
Breeding Flock on Government Poultry
Farm at Deltsvllle, Md.
whlcli are partly blnck, to occur In
practically all strains of this variety,
hut this Is not a sign of Impure breed
ing. Il'iick spots are nNu common
occurieitce-i on the shanks, purilctihtrly
In females, but this docs not Indicate
Impurity. There Is n decided tendency
for the males of this variety tu count
lighter In color than Hie females, unit
for litis reason breeders are usually
obliged to resor. tu two separate Hint
lugs, one for the production of mules
of staiulmd color nnd the other for
the production of females uf standard
cnbir. The system of double mating,
of course, complicates the problem of
producing hlgh-cliiss Barred l'l.v mouth
lu muting for males of exhibition
color n mate of about standard color
Is used with medium dark females, or
those two or three shades tlarkir
than females or exhibition color. In
which the barring Is ns distinct nnd
its narrow as possible. This mating Is
known ns the cockerel muting because
It produies a greater peneulnge of
slnndiird-coloreil mules, while the
females piudiiroil at" tii dark, but
are suitable for conliniilug lids line
of breeding. In nulling for females
if standard color, females of about the
desired color are used with u medium
light mule- or one that Is two or three
shades lighter than sln'mlanl mid with
good barring. This Is known as the
pullet muling, because It produces a
greater percentuge of females of the
proper color, while the tiiales nre too
light but good for carrying on lids line
Those who produce standard Itarnsl
rivmniilh Itocks, therefore, must have
what amounts to two separate docks
, In order lo keep their cHilbllloit birds
i ilfuriii The nverage fanner however.
rtoes not ustiall) exhibit or sell breed
lug stock ami will silll continue tu
make u single uniting us be has nlwavs
NEST EGGS OF NAPHTHALENE
Instead of Acting as Destroyers or
Repellants of Lice, They Are
Nest eggs inade of naphthalene,
clalinisl or suggested by manufactur
ers to be destroyers or repelhtnts of
lice, might lie called bad eggs rather
than "lice exterminating eggs," "Ilce
klllllig nest eggs," and "medicated
ntst eggs," for they do not seem to In
cot.venlence the lice or mill's, but they
do lave a had effect on the fowls Hint
sit on them, lu fact, the entomologists
of the I'lilteil States lVpnrtincnt of
Agrlcullllro who have examined mid
tested these so-called "eggs" say that
they are very Injurious to fowls, but
not In a single case were they found
effective against Hie parasites, y.wn
the nest boxes lu which they were
placed remained badly Infested with
Hilton ami they were frequently ob
served cowling over the naphthalene
ESSENTIAL FEED FOR SHEEP
Clean Clover Hay er Corn Stover
Makes Good Winter Roughage
Alfalfa Is Fattening.
Keetl the sheep proorly. An over
fed Hock pays but little better than
an underfed one. Clean corn stover
or clover hay makes good roughac-?
for .v Inter fectl. Alfr'fa Is also good,
b'lt must be feil sparingly, ns It Is too
f Aliening for lu-luAili uvu-a If fed lo
I 1 1
DEVICE FOR TREATING SAND
engineers of California Bureau
Public Hoads Use Dlower to
(I'ri'pnrnl liy thn I'lillt-d Hlnte Depart
iiii-iil uf ,Kriciilturc )
A new- method of trciitluu u Inciil
Miml to ninke II ruiifenii to the .sped
llcntloiis for ii concrete routl bus been
.nlopted by the eiiclnocr.s uf the bil
remi of public works lu clmre
of ('lllifolliht fedeiul-iihl project
Vo, II. Neur the south end of
the project nn Infill smnl could
he found which would conform tu the
reiitlri inents of the Kpcclllcittlous np
pruieil by the bureiill of roads of the
t'lllled Stutes Ilepitrtiucllt of Afllitll
tine. Thee prescribed that the miiiiI
kIihiiIiI contain no more than d per
cent of inn t In 1 which would puss
n HM-inosii sco. The locnl sand mm
Ijrcil iibotit 15 to '-'( per cent, which
was entirely too IiIkIi to permit Its
Iiisteml of fulllnt: Intel; upon the lin
porlittlou of sultiihle smnl from nn
other locnllt, the engineers devised
n plmit for bloulnc the Hue pint Ides
from the .sand. This district Is ex
tremely arid, mid lu summer the tem
perature sometimes mounts to IL'O de
Kiees III the shinle, so that the sand Is
M-ry dry when worked. The device
used consists of mi ordinary eonvejor,
which lifts Hie smnl to a revolving
screen. Material which will pass n
one fourth li.cli mesh Is dlscltarced
Into a hopper under the screen nnd
then llinnih it narrow opcului; Into
n sturnue bin below. In fiilllm: from
the hopper to the bin. the sheet of
sand passes directly lu front of n
noz-le. which directs iimtlust It n cur
rent of nlr from n cctitrlfupil ulr
blower. Hy itienns of u pressure res-
An Improved Highway In California.
iilator nt the blower, the velocity of
the ulr ut the liuisle can be so coil
trolled ns to blow from the falllnt;
mini liny desired percentage of the
Tlie blower Is oporutod by a belt
from Hie same gas engine which op
erates the conveyor and revolving:
sci ecu. The whole device Is compact
and Inexpensive. The result Is a snt
Isfuctory siimi obtained at less coat
Hum by any other method. The suc
cess of the plan depends, uf course,
on their dryness of the sand. If It were
liecossitry tu dry It, the Increased post
of treatment might ninke the Impor
tation of suitable material prefera
ble. TOURIST TRAFFIC PAYS BIG
Increase of Americans Into Canada
Expected to Pay for Ontario's
It Is anticipated Hint American
tourist tralllc will pay for the Installa
tion and upkeep of Ontario's hlchunys
system. This tralllc has increased re
iniirkubly since the Toronto-Hamilton
highway was built, nnd already annual
revenue from this source runs Into
millions of dollars. During Hiai np
proximately 37.r-tHl American motoi
cais crossed 'he border Into Ontario,
remaining from one hour to six
BETTER HIGHWAYS IN SOUTH
Over $278,000,000 Voted for Improved
Roads In Dixie Texas Leads
Had rinds must go! This Is the ul
timatum of people living In Dixie.
That they are alert tu their urgent
need of good roads Is attested by the
tremendous sums voted In recent state
nnd county bond Issues, over $'J7S.
tn).U) Is now available fur good roads
ejpentlllure lu the South. Texns leads
with !I7,77.M""I and Virginia U sec
ond with $50,C s),li.
Hour of Lenst Traffic
As the result of a survey made by
the bureau of public roads. United
States department of agriculture, on
the tnoi.t trnvcleil roads In the country,
the hour when there Is least trr.fllc Ii
between 2 and II o'clock In the morn
ing. Tuesday Is the dny In the week
when tratlle reaches the lowest ebb.
Boom In South Carolina.
A stnte bond Issue of $50.ni m.OOi for
Improved highways Is" the object
sought by n good roads nssoclntlon Junt
organltcd In Souih Carolina,
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THIN, FLAT HAIR
GROWS LONG, THICK
only 35 cents n bottle.
One itppHciitloii ciiils
nil ilQtulriilT, stojis Itch
Inc nnd fiilllm; linlr,
mill, In n few tnoiiipiits,
oil 11111 (loiililed tlio
boauty of your Imlr, I,'
Ji win nppenr ii uiiips,
m poft, lustrous,
ensy to do up. Hut
will please you tiv
tt Ut Im nftitf. n fmv 1
""..J ..""...." . " -r-n
vtri'KH use, nitun Jim
see new linlr lino nnd
downy nt llr.st jes but really new
linlr KruwIiiK nil over the sctitp. "Dnn
derlne" Is to the Imlr whnt fresh
showers of rnln nnd siinslilno nre to
M'Ketntlnn. It kcs rlcht to tlio roots,
ImlKiirutPs nriil Mrriietlicns them.
This delightful, .Mlimilntlii(- tonic
helps thin, lifeless, fmled linlr to grow
loii).', thick, heavy nnd luxurlnnt. Ad
UTtlsement. ATTORNEY SURELY A WONDER
Out Old Darky's Adi . ration Mutt
Have Been Entbarra.lrtg Under
In Abihiiiiia tltey tell of ji prosecut
ing attorney who was so uniformly
Miccessftd with his nisei Unit lie he
eiiiui' belli the terror of evll-ibsri In
the vlclully mill the inhidrittliiii of nil,
espeitnlly Ihu ilusky portion uf the
I'pon his wltlitlrawnl front utllce he
wits nt once nought i" liy those
charged with crime, .Much to his ills
gust, the llrst two cases tlmt he de
fended resulted in the conviction of
his clients. An iiged darky, iiiuued .loo
(Million, whii bail wiiU'licd Ills prosecll
Hens with wonder mid xvlio looked
with i'tial maur.euieiit now lie conduct
ed the defense, met the attorney Just
ufter bis sccoinl defeat.
"Mist nh fill," said the olit cluip, In
awed tones, "yo' shore Is u wonder, N"
mutter which sltlo you Is on, they goes
to the pen Jest the same." Milwaukee
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Hurry, mother I Kvcn n sick child
loves the 'fruity" taste of "Cnllfornln
l'lg Syrup" unit It never fulls to open
the bowels. A teaspooiiful today may
prevent u sick child tomorrow. If con
stipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, litis
cold, colic, or If Ftomncli Is sour,
tongue coated, breath bntl. remember n
good I'lennslnj- of the little bowels Is
often nil that Ii wrcs-mry.
Ask vonr druiTL'lst for eemilno "fall.
fnrnln I'll? Svrnn" which lint ill red Ions I
fur babies ami children of nil ngci
printed on bottle. Mother! You must
say "Cnllfornln' or you limy get nn
Imitation ng syrup. Advert Isotncrtt.
The Court Understood.
"Vmi ndinlt you were speeding"?"
"Ves, your hunor."
"A frank confession kih's a long
way In this court. What excuse Imve
ymi to offer for exieedliiK the speed
r limit 5"
"A tnr-l) In n little nM rattletrap fliv
ver (hove up behind me ntul hauled
to me to get out of the vvny and let
somebody Use the street who could
pet inure out of one cylinder than I
could get tint of six."
"I'mpli! I ilo a little motoring my
self. I'll let you off with the minimum
line this time." lllriiilnghiini Age-ller-nld.
The Frank Man.
"And am 1 the only girl you have
"Walt a minute, Molly, Itofore you
uk me that, do you want me to lie
nnd llatler you, or tell you the truth
iiml satisfy your nirliwlty?"
No, lteatrlci', intrunoinorM do not
scour the heavens fnt the purpo-e of
polishing the stars,
, iiml Li Wxu
wlint ? vJKJw
"St ' tttff
. ; n
Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer."
WARNINGI Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets,
you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians over 2 1 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only 'Bayer" package which contains proper direction!.
Ilinvljr tin bom of IS Ubltts DoUIm of 24 and 100 All drugglats.
AasUla U Ux Irtatt auffc UK Maaateaiai at Uaauaaallcael'tealtr ( llcllatl4
YOU CAN'T TRUST
CALOMEL AT ALL
It's Quicksilver, Salivates, Causes
Rheumatism and Bone
Tlio next dose of cnlnmcl you tnk-o
limy salivate you. It iniiy shock your
liver or start lionu necrosis. Calomel
In dangerous. It Is mercury, quicksil
ver. It crushes Into sour lilJu llko
ilynntnlte, cramping nnd sickening you.
Cillouicl ntlacks thu hones and should
nuvcr be put Into your system.
If you feel bilious, liendnchy, constl
ptitcil nnd nil knocked out, Just go to
jour druggist unit get n bottle of Dod
son's I.lvcrTono f or n few cents which
Im ii linrinles vegetable substitute for
dnngcuis calomel. Take n spoonful
mil If It doesn't start your liver mid
straighten you up belter nnd quicker
tlinn nnsty cnloniel nnd without mnklng
you sick, you Just ko back ami Bet your
Ilon't tnko calomel I It enn not be
tniMetl tiny more than n leopnrd or n
vvllcJ-cnt. Take Dodson's I.lvor Tone
which strnlghtPiis you right up nnd
tnnki's you feel fine. No salts tieces
Miry. (live It to the children because
It Is perfectly hnrmless mill can uot
still viite. Ailvpitlsement.
DIFFERENT, OFF THE STAGE
Master Crook Had to Seek Ordinary
Mortal to Perform What Would
Seem Simple Task.
niirehiim Drnko, the worlil-fiitnoiii
film villain, had had a very busy day
ut the studios.
In the perforinimce of part nineteen
of "The Master V rook" ho hint deftly
cut open with bis electric saw live
formidable safes, mastered swiftly the
myvterlous cotubliuillons of nine inure,
mill with a iiouclinlant air bail picked
tlio lock of his prison cell.
Anil now, his day's work llnlslipil,
ho breathed a sigh of relief as he
alighted from his car and reached the
door of Ids Hat.
It was locked.
Anxiously he searched every pocket
of his clothes for the lntchkey, hut
fulled to unearth It.
"Here's a llxl" be groaned.
After niiolher vain search
Muster frook wnlked around tu
iipurost locksmith's shop. Hung u
bill onto the counter mid begged the
tiuslmven man In charge to como nnd
open Ids "blessed" door I
SAW THING IN RIGHT LIGHT
Old Mose T.iylor Undoubtedly Had
the Situation Sized Up, but Who
Got the Dime?
"At the end of a fioorglu negro
meeting." says tin Atlanta man, "It
whs decided to take up II collection for
cluirlty. Tile cltnlrimiu passed the hat
himself. He dropped a dime. In It fur
a nest egg. Kvery right bund encoun
tered that hut, mid yet, nt the cud,
when the chairman turned the hut over
iiml shook It, not so much in his own
contribution dropped out.
"To' tie lund'M sake!" he cried. 'I
Inn even lost do dime I started with'.'
"All the rows of dusky I'nces looked
puzzled. Who wits the lucky man?
rinully the venerable .Moso Taylor
Mutinied up the situation.
"'tJentlcincii,' he said folemnly, rls
lug from his sent, Mer 'pours to be n
grout moral lesson round heah some
vvheuhl'" I'lttsluilgli Dispatch.
A young woman of Ilalllmnre re
cently visited nn obi chum hi Wash
ington whose husband she bud never
mot. "Vou told in','' said the Haiti
more girl one nflcriinon. "that your
husband had such Hue eyes; hut really
1 haven't found It so."
"Iluven't you?" snld the other,
".lust wnlt until the milliner's girl
conies with my new hat and the hill."
Children cense crying for the iiiimiii
somelluies before they are hlg enough
to want lite earth.
Any mitlonal board or tmreiiu would
probably do better If It well' composeil
I of one matt,