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(Samt %fjfs Beacoif.
J.IONABDTOWN, MO.
T harsday Morning, Dee. 4, li*.
KEEPEYEOH HENS
Hawaiian Owners of Chickens
Are Sleeping Lightly.
Fearful That Mme. Pele, the Qoddaaa
Who Ltvee In Kllauea Crater, la
Eager for More Poultry to
Fumlah Her Dinner.
Owners of coal-black same cock* In
Hawaii are keeping out an eye to eoo
that the chicken house la locked se
curely every night.
And that’s all because the volcano
of Kllauea la now the most active It
has been for 88 years.
Six months ago Kllauea was sput
tering away In Its mile-wide bowl of
burning, molten rock, with the level of
the flaming crimson oea of bulling
lava 1)00 feet from the top of the cra
ter.
The night that Secretary of the Navy
Daniels and hli party paid Kllauea a
visit—the latter part of Augnet—the
level of the aeethtng lava lake was
about GO feet below the crater'a top.
Several overflows already have oc
curred. A cone which once Jutted 900
feet above the crater’s top has melted
away Into the sea of Are. Two hoars
after the secretary and his party left
the main crater and n second smaller
one, caved In, Joining the cratera.
And Kllauea still la going strong.
As to the connection of all this with
coal-black game eocksT Oh, that’s very
simple.
Many years ago, when the Islands
first were becoming a white man's
land, Kllauea became angry. It roared
and hissed and sputtered and the
ground shook. Then the lavs over
flowed and moved slowly down the
mountain side toward Hilo.
The native Hawaiian* hud been
Christians but s comparatively short
time. Their fright knew no bounds,
for the Island legends are full of the
tales of what Kllauea did when Unis.
Pole, the goddess who lived In
Kllaues's crater, became angry.
So the Hawatlans prayed that the
flow might atop, but It didn't
Then they danced, but that was In
effective.
Finally, forgetting thrlr Christianity
for a time, they sent a parly by canoe
to Honolulu to consult a few remain
ing priests of the days when they all
worshiped the strange South acs
deities.
"Throw a black rooster Into the Isvs
flow,” was the advice they brought
back.
The sleekest, shiniest cock on the
Island of Hawaii was picked for the
sacrifice, and while the maidens
danced, the warriors cast the squawk
ing bird Into the base of the lava flow.
In an hour the flow had stopped.
Mme. Pele, the most-feared goddess
of the Island, evidently hud been sat
isfied with a chicken dinner.
American residents of the Island be
lieve that If there Is ever another big
Invn flow, coal-black roosters will coma
. Info demand oqfe more,
A "No" That Made a Frls'S '
A business man went to two hank
ers. He wished to borrow $2,000 from
one and SI,OOO from the other. Ly
man Anson tells the story In the Oc
tober Issue of System, the Magailne
of Business: The first hanker loaned
him $2,000, but was so unpleasant
and condescending about It that the
business man went back to hts office
with the thought, “I’ll never have any
more dealings with that bank as long
as I live," The second banker refusod
the loan of SI,OOO, hut he did It so
graciously and with so clear an ex
position of his reasons, that the busi
ness man left as a booster for the
hank, and said to himself, “I’m going
to put my affairs In such shape that
there will be no earthly reason why
this man should not loan to me. 1
want to do business with him." The
second bunker had learned the art of
saying ’’No.’’ It Is a real art. You have
to practice It every day.
Automobile Doss Chorea.
Another way of making an auto
mobile do all the farm chores at a
small expense for gasoline has been
devised by Frank K. Welsgerber of
Hallna, Kan. His Invention Is an at
tachment comprising a frame with
a pulley at Its forward end adapted to
project In front of the radiator of the
car; the frame has a coupling connect
ing Its shaft to the crankshaft of Ihe
automobile, so that by starting up the
engine It Is possible to operate Iha
threshing machine, saw wood, chum
the butter, turn the Ice cream freezer,
cut the fodder, turn the grindstone,
operate the cream separator, or even
milk the cow If the farmer Is equipped
with suitable milking apparatus.
Unrest.
“Now,” Inquired the man of ponder
ous manner, "what la the cause of all
this unrest?”
“Well,” replied the man who always
tries to give some kind of an answer;
"I can’t undertake to speak for any
body except myself. Most of mine Is
(ij- a family of Juzzmenlaca In
the adjacent flat.”
Only Wings.
“How do you know It was a atork
and not an angej that brought your
little brother?"
“ ’Cause I heard pa complain about
the size of the bill, and I guess angels
don’t have bills.” 1
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Machine Washes Cars. 1
A machine has been Invented to
wash the outside of railroad cars
as they pas* through It.
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Lbonardtown, Md„
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H WAY OF THE KfAilT fj
Oy WINIFRED C. U :mi_N (
k 3 <■■■.
The canoe drifted lazily wi ll Ihf
current, clot-*- to the low bank o; a
placid, narrow river that run through
the woods. A young man lay In lt>
bottom with ayes closed, bin face
marred by the expression of bitterness
slid the ateni set mouth, Edgar Haw -
ley, noted young painter and rei elved
n Hie best society, was seeking balm
for a bruised heart and hurt pride.
He hud asked Marlon llracebridge
one of the beauties of the debutantes,
to marry him, and after a few months
engagement, she had, without warning,
•out back Ids ring will a cruel Unit
note that "she thought that they were
not congenial enough to marry."
Then the news came of her engage
merit, and the engagement of the rea
son's belle, Marjorie Brooke; Marlon
te Alan Coe, the hunker, and Mar
)otie’s to Stanley Lewis, the poet. Half
the young girls ami all Ihe women
were frankly lit love with Stanley and
they envied Marjorie her possession.
Just as he was sending the canoe
out into mid-stream with a sweeping
-itroke, he heard a loud cull for li-.tlp,
and looking up Ihe bank he espied a
Hrl In a pink dress with her lunula
held In front of he-, seeming to push
some object away. With a spring. Ed
gar lender! on the bunk and picking up
i large club which was sometimes used
to push boats out Into the stream, he
■astoned to the scene.
When he mured the girl he gave a
start of surprise as he saw that It was
Marjorie Brooke, but he stilled a cry
of alarm for there on the log was r
three-foot diamond rattler, swishing
nearer and nenrer, and rattling fierce
y. With a well aimed blow the clul
,indi'd with stinging force on the head
if the miller, crushiig It Immediately
<nd both wa’ched the slimy body with
is beautiful diamond markings writhe
n Its death agonies.
Then he turned to the girl; "There
;r* not many of those large nittb-rs
iround here. lam surprised that lids
me should have ventured out at all."
Suddenly she made a little rush, and
hrowing her arms about him kissed
'dm firmly on the m* ii and then Hew
up the path before he had vaguely
sensed her action. Somehow It whs n
.’Uusurable thought that she had kissed
(dm, bs that thought that he mnst he
tacking Ui something so that no worn
an could lova him. He turned slowly
and then bis eyes caught a (took with h
slio had dropped, and stooping lie
licked It up. also a little lace-bordered
luimlkerchlef. Without realizing what
he was doing he hud read the page
that was lying open, “How could I
ever have thought that I was In love
with thnt person.
“1 wifi never he deceived by my feel
ings again. I mean never to fall In
love If I can help If."
There was more on the closely writ
ten page, but Hint was nil thnt Edgar
read before he came to himself that to
wn* reading n girl’s personal secret*.
Thinking to send them to Marjorie
■in the following day, he dropped Hum
In Ida pocket and turned the omit'
homeward A few hours later in hi
ieo, smoking, snddt Rly he bad an In
-lira Hon, and hastily he ran up Hie
short flight of
dlo. There w
, Mfiftotelw-l ii- ntTS^p
Imok. Ho si 111, l <i*4
MlFr wttli* quici' sw
strokes he sketched in ti e figure of *
. young girl In n pink dress, with n large
shade lint hanging down from her
•boulders, her bands street hail out and
an expression of ueh fear (‘ci Invol
untarily would iiwlir c.i-.. -tiedib r, and
lastly the venomous snal ii It
llaninud inarkln .s. Me call d the pic
ture "l-Var.' nod knew without doubt
Till It would be well received at Hie,
prize exhibition In the lull.
The following nfiernm u he made bis
way in Hie little collage which Mar
jorie m-cupled nml found her drying
her hair by Ihe hedge. She Hinnl.i •!
him rn her distant!' fur Hie return of
her property, and n began to talk of
the various nulhii. s Hint make up
•onvcreation when two persons nre uc
ilpb d with their own ilniugtil*. Bud
lenly he *ald “1 did not know that you
•coke your engagement to Stanley
Vewis, until I read 'he paper yeider
lay."
She looked at him for a moment and
bei sold: "Well. It Is a woman's
Ivlhge to change her mind." Then
lie hastily changed the conversation
o other matters Hint concerned H.
■cor’d which they had left behind.
The days slipped hy, and the sum
wc drawing slowly to a close nod
‘"•Hi vaguely felt that purling wmile.
lull’d, yet neither would nel.nowi
dge to themselves that they had
co'-n 'o earn. Then, one afternoon.
Marjorie was not at her accustomed
place and Edgar learned Hint she had
left suddenly for home.
Three month* later, In the large
drawing room at Hie fashionable town
aitne of one of Hie great society lend
ers. an exhibition of the prize palnflpg*
Ails held, and the prize picture* whlcl
hud won Hie medal at ihe scad.: ,'
was to be shown fm ihe first time.
While the polite c h aru* of oh'* and
ah’s was rippling through the room,
•ut In the conservatory where Edgar
had followed Marjorie Just after his
picture, ua the prim picture, bad Ip-eii
exhibited, fhere was another scene for
s delightful picture. “But you tee I
knew that I was beTimlug to care and
■rn- ' Hut Hie rest of the wor,|■ v.ece
inui.ilded against bN eoal sleeve am’
for the se-'mul time the dainty lb,
were preset tl i grlnai Edgar's.
t-nlgl)’. *’.el'. il ,-titire Ncapwisr Hfn
dies* i
Long-Lived Jews.
Jews can boast of an over a ire longer
life than any other race. They have
always enjoyed remarkable Immunity
from tuberculosis, cholera and typhus.
Still Searching for Atlantia.
Phoenician tradition ascribed to the
people of ..tlnntls a high civilization.
During the last few year* scientific ex
peditions, In pursuit of natural history
“specimens," have mode explorations
of the sea bottom In that region. How |
interesting It would be If their drag
nets brought up from the depths some
ancient relics from drowned towns of
the lost continent
Progressing Rapidly.
For Ihe fourth time a new hnby hid
arrived at the home of Robert’s sis
ter Nellie. When Informed of the
event one of his aunts told him In an
Impressive manner that he was now
an uncle fer the fourth time. Rather
fussed, the little fellow answered:
"OoodußiS me, If things keep on I’ll
toon be ft grandpa."
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OLD KING SCLOMON
WAS A WISE OLD BIRD
Knew How to Save Hfs Shekel. By
Putting Them I Sxfeet Invest
ments Bankers Could Find.
Old King Solomon was a wise bird.
He distributed a lot of mighty go-sl
advice.
But ha I* dead.
You are alive. Ton will have to
make your own decisions snd deter
mine your own course of action and
your own future. It will not do you a
bit of good to try to communicate
with 80l and hsv* him solve your
problems for you.
If you got his ear, you prehshly
would not lake his advice.
You will have to fccquir* yum u.
dnm as Rol acquired his. by gaming a
broad view-point and taking ndvsnl
Kg* ot your own experience snd that
of others. Solomon wss s ms win he
fore he was a king and s miner as
well, so his view point probably would
not b# much different (nun that ol
wls# workers of Hie present day
You may he sure that Ihe hgb rout
■vf living was a pr 1 !■ oi in H lemon’s
day s well * In 1916 and that tie
pnrehsslng power of a shekel mtuled
from the gold of Ophlr fluctuated Jit ;
ns does the dollar minted al Phtludel
phis.
But Solomon knew that thrift snd
■ ivißg. the stimulation of product on
nid the elimination of waste w ■. id
solve those problems Just as th* ,*
working man know, it today. He l i
up s lot of coin (hr, ugh ssfe and coo
•ervative tnvstfUnen' !o -t s w t
anon and women i. • pot m y lor
! ’V AllUir' Ih^'jfJi-Ie .'('■■ 'ory
fltnmps Aiao there la no record if it
Miyone ever took any of that
away from Old Ho) by inducing Him t ■
"peculate Is wild rst stocks.
He left on# bit of advice, the w
dom of which the year* have a •
changed. He said- "A good
lesveth an inhertunee to his child
iwb’s children "
Yon run follow that advice by
steady consistent saving and lute-',
ment In War Having Hi tups and
Tressary Savings rertldfstes snd a
Mhcrly Bond* at present pro ■■
These securities bought new i he
r Inheritance tor your Children's
children.
Mol bad to get wise
Von car. get w' -e ;ot as he d'd if
you fall to save von will renent
through many year*.
ARE YOU AN miCAN?
Are you an American?
The 1619 Sav :ipu f’vmpilyn Is
an all-American movement That
moms It is for every man. woman
and child resting under Hie shelt
ering (olds of the Slur* and
stripes.
Do you belong to live saving*
society?
If so. yon have made the right
start. Keep on saving and invest
tng In War Havings Hlsmp* and
Thrift Stamp* Attend Hie meet
Ing of your society und learn the
habit of happy thrift.
BEE AND WORKER
How doth the little Busy Rea,
Improve each aliinlcft hour?
Ho gathers honey all day long.
FVom each und every flower
How doth th.- w.rkcr In onr Und,
Insure some tun,, ■ >
He gave* some money every day,
Wiauly to Invest.
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0 | rualabiog profiteer* it n r J
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.1 Ir ih If we hf.fi hit their bf%-,?t„>l
gooda It would do Utile '*,
> *-rut> Wm ■ ,*nt a of iagtoa; '
r wf'Mjlf law* can briny ua Mwh to'
' tolerable condition* The la
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ami private thrift W# mutt aafe -;d!
■ . jinveet in produrtive Industry. Jr I
u'rowing for nonproductive ns,*
1 j mean* bankruptcy."
it .ft Ihtf opinion of (he (not eenno; j
> , -niel la the United State* lbe e
* 1 pie* j,ratr | weapon . again, -t n n
(1 rt r' .s (• shit government’* j
if -cacipj g >;rry family abnu.., h >
L'wtl'et jutt a,i every ’y\, J1
it 'lUvHima bait a budget. TLr a J
no th il budget nbfjilld I■ J
* ei.-anl to lot aaveil from the t . '
■! t n oMhiy jaepnee—aot Use r:.>n, !
t.U.i Ih> *i*-nt Dm wbat you . , |
i ■>m the iwiioun! ym *(0 1)0,
i wai t yon apend tween the .>/>§■ I
4 f -arts. .... *'J
n V**/ Saving* ft tamp* |
d)tf*T rent li.irivat, cmni'fitnde •*. t
tur** month* Hit fa.gh print*, . 1
d 1 if? belt by lavealm* la Uo u*< Av !
> >lr tle* Tbo dfidar you nag* If i'
may fc* worth twie* . it.van
ir | yetra from no* • . , j
/- ' '■' ■■■"'.■ . rwiip^U<E|i.-r
--■ ?ing a song of
SAVINGS STAMPS
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I s:ag non* of Having* fM-imp?,
The c i of I.v.tight high
v "ul !*# yon outs I,ml all" Vi
U j lb lug* *'
d ' TV fee SfVingg gtn|H wit
n .
' They help to take th vt little-t. ■
" Or boy Ofn* u. , ■*il rlollv *,
* How many tblur? they'll help y? ■
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f j CSof ftni B". only kuaar* >. >
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OUR NEW VIRTUE
l f- •{ or *uri“hif,e snow >tt ■ -i.
' comfort tag to have tbt* ttirtOi'ft
have not a(nt my every .
jltma r* I do red my fund* to .
uievaant through the muggy H-?
alt Inalde a cmf room, and • L
the d'amal h*e rnnnol aurrout.i; ,
with It* gloom; to know, thrmiyb ?
chars wlely matlu. n
ned w‘th aober rare. yt>ur Inobß.
bulk will never fade tint f* r. ■ >
iuch ral.vy day* upbear! I,i >f j
and ihla. an agrnoy for tearhing (fo;!
Wile <-p..l bright hue elmtuduid.r
presaed on me the way to duck >
waatarbright; “A dollar foyvefj i
Interest galaelj"-thbi i Dm h
sound nnrt true, whlrh kaepe D , W
ward dollar rhatned and null j <
f per rent accrue Tbrlff! Th
tha answer to yf*u, air! The th 4
that (lamed our battle lamps a.-.fi.
helped to down the I'rualao curt ,
In other word*, WAIV ’
STAMPS.
Cinders are ao mon- jpfi'hU ■ VI
good Intention* wßlrh jo
Huy thoae War Saving* Stump* new
Every time you huy J a Thflrf s*tn> '
you ore Btrlkla* Old Man Okiom o. ,
th# Jaw.
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' T2xA 42. R); 4xi)o, $3.24: ,
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Lucas Paint, 25c a pound.
Floor Stains, 55c a quart.
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, . after it was over there were 96 tele
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being out of order. What was the
matter ? Why, some people had
merely forgotten to close the window
near the telephone and the rain came
in and wet the cord;
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mission aud telephone curds should
H always be kept dry. Never place
the telcphouc where water will get
on it, and never lay a damp umbrella
against the cord. If you do, you
are likely to, find that your telephone
will refuse to talk. .'
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Power anil Healing Plant.
CURRICULUM up to date. Clasical, Scientific, Historical and Peda
gogical Courses leading to A. U. degree. Music, Elocution, Oratory,
Military Training and Domestic Science. Strong Faculty,
.PREPARATORY SCHopL for those not ready for college.
SEND TOR GAT ALDGUE AND IgX)K OF VIEWS. |j
Dry qoo d g
~ BOOTS SHOES
NOTIONS
GROCERIES
NICE, CLEAN BTOGE.
Raley Wathen
MORGANZA, MO.
7-31-3 m.
B~ SCHOCKETT
PEARKON, MD.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
MERCHANDISE
I am preparing to areot
and stock a now atore
and am offering excep
tional bargains In -
Dry Goods, Shoes
Hardware, etc.
In feet, In everything In
the mercantile lino.
Fresh Groceries
A trial purchase will
convince you of the ad
vantage of dealing with
me
I Buy Eggs & Butter
SPECIAL NOTICE
For 61.26 wo will wind to any reader
of (HU paper, a two-lb. bo* of our
frr-li home-made, hand-dipped assort
ed chocolates, postage prepaid. No
better chocolates made. Send us by
mail II S for a trial box.
irillTV (X)NFECTIONERY CO.,
230 VV Mullierry St., Baltimore, Md.
5-22-19-Iv.
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Farm For Rent On
Chesapeake Bay
Near Park Uall, Md.,
gg f*S 4kjractiyc bungalow,
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8-14-71. Park Hall, MdT
For Sale
Bronze Turkey* for breeding—lß.oo
for Ooblers and 15.00 tor Hens. These
turkeys am the Mammoth Bronze and
are line birds. Prices subject to
market changes. Apply
| Mbs. L. W. COLE,
•‘Mulberry Fields,”
10-ItHH. Valley Lee P. 0., Md.
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For Sale
On Premises,
Park Hall, Md.
FARM,
of 190 Acres near Hertnanville; 00
acres cultivation; fair buildings.
Price #2,500.
2 Work Horses, fi and 7 years old.
1 Colt, 3 years old.
2 Cows, fresh.
1 Sawing Outfit, Economy 6-0 H. P.
2 Oliver Plows—one No. 20 and one
No. 40—new.
1 Gasoline Boat, 30-ft. length, |6-ft.
beam, 0 H. P., two-cylinder motor, and
fully equipped- clutch, magneto and
gear—in operation.
Have purchased a tractor and do
not need horses and plows.
All articles offered are of the best
possible type and are in first-class
condition and can be seen by appoint
ment with owner.
TERMS—CASH.
For particulars, apply to
HARVEY W. HILTON,
7-24-4 t.
For Sale
weight about 00
povtn t o pj}ly BEACON OFFICSI
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