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reultrlty 'of th Lliarrf That Hat Cn Very Rarely Tsuchtd Upon In Literature VTe hare about- fourteen species of liorned lizard in this ruuntry, and ' ."Jut people still call thorn "horned toads." Softs of Jlioif habits tre wtremcly remarks,- but none mora m than their ahpjfty to s?nd at will fine jet of from either eye. rJ f'is'very rarely touched upon , literature", and the average rcador of the life histories of our animals . his never heard of this remarkable hahit, eays writer in the Topular ," Fiance. Monthly, in an article en titled, "A Lizard That Squirt JcU pf Blood From Ita Eyes." Blood-equirtinjr is generally in Mged in when the luafd U labor .fsfytndcr certain states of excite 'went. The ttsrk cornea on rudjn ", , ly, at a time when you hav the Us . ard in-your grasp. It will suddenly ' .at! fen ita neck and throw the head upward, aa the eyes buigo from their crketa. ta another second you can .plainly hear a peculiar hissing souiffl, followed immediately by the ; yfnetit imaginable jet of pure blood 'tfrom one or the other of ita eyes. J 'With such force is this squirted that wife tiny stream, lasting a couple of seconds, may be thrown to a distance of fully fire feet. v , HIS EXCUSE ?1 , rra- - 3.. I hear that you are married. ""Yes. Defense, insanity." "amirican flag is oldest. e oldest flag among the larger cations battling against the Oer ' nans, strange to aay, is that of tho j.' United ' SUtes. The Stars and Stripes were adopts June 14, 1777, the only change made since having f been the addition of stars from time y to time. The present Union Jack of ?reat Britain wns not adopted until , 18ywhile the French tricolor waa adopted in 1794. ' UNUSUAL HASH. Bill They aay that many Euro- peaa peasants now in the contending i armies are getting more meat in ' their .rations than they ever had at home. ; Gill Can it be possible that the fxvxj cooks are getting careless and putting meat in ithe hash ? IMITATION. limitation is the sincerest flat toy.". "Sometimes,' commented Three . finger Sam. "But I have seen imi tation whisky that wasn't no compli ment to nothin' nor nobody." : PARTLY TRUE. Did you say you could buy and .sell me J I said I thoutrht I could buy you. t would take ft better salesman than to carrr out the rest of it thouch." Liuisrillfl Courier-JoornaL ' N JCACHIS MOTHER. Ts she a help to her mother? .asked one woman. .-t "Yee,Jndced,N replied tlie other. "SlKhae taught her to say 'culinary artinstcad of 'cooking.' London Answers. s MOURNFUL CONCLUSION. ''I suppose when your son went to college, he was inoculated with the love of learning. "Yes, but "t didn't take." BOUGl.T AND PAID FOR. . 7" '..tor Ybut compensation de jt. S t fir your poem? i . . IkOjrular rntos. r'r.or All righ-J Thanksl V HIS MIND ELSEWHERE. "You don't talk al,out your family trie s um, !; ui vou did." : "1 ' m ; ; t eeii a hard winter. A fjnii' xvi for f-.:;! " HZl? CLO FtEBLE A t .-r -J ; HIMUMluUMMM During that fighting la the outskirts of th Tillage of Masnlere. British Tommies stopped to help remova Ui old and feeble and the youngsters from ? rne. t-flr?v Jl .pC",8h of ficial lihitoKrai)K"aS olj tllnd liidy la being led down the steps from her home with tender rare. The ItHtlnh forces have Just advanced to ihla vil lage and the people who remnlnod in their home were open to the Are of the enemy, so part of the advancing army stopped to al l In getting tli who eonld not cara for theniHelvea, out of rnnpe. Before leaving the Cerniuns ransacked the bouse, and all the houiw hold linen and furniture are strewn Id the street. This picture shows how thoughtful and humnn the IlrltUhera are even la the thick of the fighting. SEND CRACK AIRMAN Adjutant Soulier to Demonstrate Morane Plane. . French Aviator Selected by War De partment Officiate te Com Here as Instructor. rarla. Adjutant Soulier of the French army, who shot down seven German airplanes In the shortest apuce of time of any aviator, has been se lected by the undersecretary of avia tion to go to the United States to dem onstrate the newest and fastest flying machine In the world the Morane monoplane. Robert Morane of the Morane-Snul-ler works, who has created this de velopment of his "parns"!" type, or 11- ; nnlly Intended to semi as demonstrator ' Sublieutenant Jean Navarre, who was , tied with Ouynemer, each having 12 Herman machines ta his credit. In the ' vprlng of 1016, when he was wounded, I and who baa since been declared In ! sane, following running duwn a number of policemen In bis automobile last winter, t The Trench anth Tltlea have refused to permit Navarre to leave the coun j try, on the ground that although h . Is jenernlly v'Knr'b-1 us ralloual now, ' be might exhibit Anther tendencies j to Insanity which tnltfht be enibarrnss- Ing to the authorities In the United Siatea because of his grade and deco- j rations In the Frtnch army. Nuvarre mis ui Ts pe'n consuiereu ny hihtib as thf ,vlator po.p.Mslng the be.st technic In the sei vice. Soulier, who Is only twenty years old, went to Flanders In May lust with a crack French eocadrtlle. He waa fix ing the newest model two-gun 8. P. A. D. and by the end of June, when be was wounded, he bad destroyed reven enemy machines. The Morane w hich he will demonstrate has been tried out by Itaonl Gives Lufberry, the Ameri can "ace," who Is highly pleased with Its performance. It has shattered all speed and climbing records, but can only be driven l v most skilled pilots. DAY-OLD SON SAVES DDDY field or Overstays Leave Wh t Heir Deesnt Arrive en Time and Is ArretUd for Desertion. Denver, Colo. John I'trslilleld, Jr aged one day, saved rrlvnte John rershfluld, Kr, of C'ompuu.v (J, Une Hundred and Fifty-seventh Infantry, from being court-iuurtluled in a charge of desertion from Uncle P irn's forces. I'rlvate I'lT'-nfle!-1 wenred t fur If.uui froiu (amp Kaiin. l.i'i'lu Vis. t.i. Cut., where Mm coin iv U tralnltrr, to 111 i 'ii-iiio l.i I'vuver. When hi fulled t- return to t amp ut Ui" expira tion t-t tbe le.ive. '''l. I'utrltk Ham rixL. c iiion.ii.Uii Ulcer, wlrel Den ver n'.iiiii rl;: ! to i ,"'t P'rshflJld an a "(I. erl.r fr.ua the u:i.iy." The charge v.u cl.voeij to "ab sent V ltli .ilt leave" ulii u loeul author! tie notltb-d liumroek that IVrvtitleld Jr., fullf 1 to arrive us bou exiwei. ed, so the Roldler-ittnl.iy overxtayel Mi leave wultlng for t'r "Kr!. i put It -:i :.p. . r..io . t PP.EfARiJ TO ZiflkO COAST Unl'.4 Statts, DuHng War With Spain, Contemplated ' Um of Submarine Mines, but Thty Were Net Needed. The United fctnt. a hw novr uvi S'llmjrir.e m'res to defend it coait aninut foreign invasion, but on one civiilon it made preparation to do so. At the beginning of tho war with Spain, in much alnrm waa Wt along the Atlantic eaboarl lent unio attick might be made by the encir.y. I'rceidunt JIcKinley said in his annual mevajro in 1808: "Kvery precaution was tsken to prevent po silde injury to our groat cities lying nlong tho conit Under the direction of tho chief of engineers, submarine ninui were placed at the most ex pf w d point Beforo the outbreak of tho war permanent mining case mates and cable galleries had been constructed at nearly all important harbors. Most of the torpedo mnte rial was not to be found in the mar ket, and had to be especially manu factured. District officers were or dered to take all preliminary meas ures short of the aettf aching of the loaded mines to? cables and the mines were plaL in position. Tlie aggregate number of mines placed was 1,535 at the principal harbors from Maine to California. Preparations were also made for the planting o mines at f?rtio..othr harbors, out owing to the early de struction of the Spani .eet the; mines were never placed." "T WELL, HAROLY "Dere, 111 bet T. Roosevelt him srlf never made no better shot 'n datr PROLONGING THE ACONY. Bacon I see that two Frenchmen have invented a piano in which the wires are set in vibration by electro magnets instead of bj a blow, The notes do not die away as quickly as on an ordinary instrument Egbert But, hold on Isn't thew a law against prolonging agony to mortal souls ? HAD A TITLE. "Do you care much for imported cheeses ?" "I used to, but I was turned sgainst them." "How did that happen ?" "A wealthy young woman of my acquaintance married one." Bir mingham Age-Herald. SYMPATHETIC ' Mrs. Bacon Don't you think Emily sings with a good deal of feel ing? Mr. Bacon Yes, but I do hope she don't feel as bad as it sounds. PECULIAR REQUEST. Elizabeth was taking her four-year-old brother to the store for some groceries. As soon as they entered, little Joey noticed the scale and said : "Oh! Lizz, will you pound me?" WAR TALK. ct . v: :. t lm- , ' .. . "Why.Tommie, what way is that to talk at the table V . "That's all ri-ht, mamma. Everv- ooay s laiKinfr war talk nowadays." AN ENTHUSIAST. "He's an enthusiast." "I should say so. He even stands when the band plays Tankee Doo- die.'" HE CHANGED COLOR. "I met J " hy young friend juat now, mid 1 it ked quito blue. "i ni'! linn, o, and he turned red." j JINQ. J Athletic diil ii. , darling, have ! jui! ! 1 1. It before? I i : ..v.... -,. Utilised! i - a i ammi m a v -st f.omiti t TluidPrtfl AVelatterj; sim.lntinar- Vurf F . ... r i..rLiMrusT ftcHher Opium, w y- i Mineral. Not jjahcj I fl 1 AhcInfulRfiSL, ConsUpalionanauw.-T- irmuiin 5 Mi '.Mr Estrnct Coy of Wrmppf. 'K 3; --ir (Cife1 Mi1 - s m 9 , -m I'' 1 h t"m r - r-I t- i asaasaaaaaal I 1 HI Stock and Poultry Tonic Prepare your stock for the hard work you have for them this spring. Buy a pail of Dr. Hess's Stock Tonic makes them hearty and healthy and shed off early before the days get hot, also good for hogs, sheep and cows. For an egg producer there is nothing better chan PAN-A-CEA, makes all the hens lay. Everybody wants egg3 now. So buy a small package of Pan a-ceaand supply the demand. Planters Hardware Co. Incorporated.! Hopkinsville, Ky. Institutional Treatment of Tuberculosis means that the patient is given constant attention; that the regime which is found to be bent udapfed to the case ia rightly adhered to that a resident physician is at hand all of the time, studying the case and adapting the treatment to it; that nursing service is the best All of these things mean improvement, greater comfort and possible recovery. Hazelwood is operated without profit by the Louisville Anti-Tuberculosis Association. Rates $12.50 a week. Write for de tailed information. Hazelwood DR. O. L. MILLER, Station K ne aran may oe expected l ITL . i . .. a . .1 .nnn An:i 1 ,oon rur Apr" ' vrTZiTimCStrq.ZWllj' KILL THE CHILL These cool mornings by using a Gas Heater to take the edge off the room. We have the famous "Hot Spot" heaters. None better. A call a our office will convince you. Kentucky Public Service Co. M H M Tor Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always In Use For Over Thirty Years Ik fxl HIMM . MM am. 1 Sanatorium Phyalolan In Charcot LOOISVILLI. KY T-L . I. a - .. m wora oi rounmni? up ana in- iteming: unregistered Germans has begun INCORPORATED. Bears tho xtf Signature 'v if THF MARKET RACKET - ty a psissssaia f avs awsiaM (Trices at Retail) Efgi per doxen 60e Butter per pound 50c Breakfast bacon, poon-1 tie Bacon, extras, pound 35c Country hams, large, pound .....36e Country hams, small, pound.... 37 c Lard, pure leaf, pound. ... ........ .86e Urd. 50 lb. tins $14 00 Lard, compound, pound 30c Cabbage, per pound 07c Irish potatoes 60c per peck Sweet potatoes. 60c " " Lemons, per dozen 40c Cheese, cream, per lb 40c Fiour, 24-lb sack $1.60 Cornmeal, bushel $2 60 Oranges, per dozen 30c to 00c Cookintr Apples per peck 60c Onions per pound 06c Navy beans, pound 20c Black-eyed peas " 15c Suggestive Title. "China From Within." a new bool advertised, may have Wn written ftj one of those old-time side-show fakers who ate cups and saucers and dlnnet plates for the edification of a i.pln crowd of yokels. Seattle Post-Intelli- ... I L.& N. Time Card Effective Apr. 15, 1917. TRAINS OOIN'Q SOUTH. No. 93 C. te N. O. Lira. 12;21 s. m. No. 51-St. L Express 5:29 p. m. No. 95 Dixie Flyer 9:C2 a. m. No. 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:00 a. m. Daily (Except Sunday.) No. 53-St. L. Fast Mail 5:36 a. m. No. 91 Ev. and H. accom. 8:58 a. m. Daily (Except Sunday.) TRAINS GOING NORTH. No. 92-C. & St. L. Lim. 5:29 a. m. No. 52 St. Louis Express 10:20 a. in. No. 94-Dixie Flyer 7:05 p. m. No. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. to. Daily (Except Sunday.) No. 54-St. L. Fast Mail 10:14 p." m. No. 90 E v. and H. accom. 3:oo p. m. Daily (Except Sunday.) No. 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis and points as fr south as Eriu, and for Louisville, Cincinnati and the East. Nos. 53 and 55 make direct con nection at Guthri'. fcr Louisville. Cincinnati ar.d all wall north and east thereof. No. 93 carries through sleepers to Atlanta, Macon, Jacksonville. St.' Aosrustine, and Tampa, Fla. Also Pullman sleepers to New Orleans. Connect at Guthrie for points East and West. No. 93 will not carrr lo cal passengers for points north of Nashville; Tenn. W. N. CHANDLER. 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