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mU UGS TO FIGHT BUGS French Scientist Breed Ineeeta and Dlrds That Are Enemies of Fruit- Destroying Pctt. Thero I a quaint tnoMtutlon In Men ton in the south of Pranro, knorn ns Hie In i- tnrlnm, when- learned pro fc rn .ire renrin1- ' ; pc!i of bug mil other V ail it one is In ii port: t 'nil f grow ' ol r is in (Unco' i i flj,' i n ' ii ii in I ,. . n' iidJi h v thrmuli ilie ioahj ' and tin fruit gro.M quite jl.ir.w-d. TV ertil tl hi three ot i 1 1 ii 1 1 r uf .hi It -1,1 1 f tl ' ,-,111 I - l.f - ill ii 1 1 "y '1 t 'i ,i ii M'wrpljr nil" ilj b.ig. i wi'ic he mlng ii G. crts dlscov r H'i n uf bus nre the n iturnl cnt.alew m the mealy. So th' -ic uri' llng bred ntiil retired and turned loose in the orchard an ulllc3 ot the fruit groVyeM. The Institution lg also breeding cer tain spci'Jes of ladj birds to destroy the cochineal, an Insect thnt plays havoc with" oranre and lemon trees. These ladybirds have been brought from far Australia nnd California. The Institution Is nothing less than an up-to-date Insect farm, consisting of n large prlvato house nnd an acre of ground. In the laboratory are rows upon rov.s of phials and Jars, the larvae of various Insects which are kept at a high temperature. In the gar den nre cages full of all kinds of creeping nnd Hying pests. VAST WEALTH FROM SILVER Fortunate Spaniards Spent Millions as the Average Man Might DIs- penis His Dollars. Classified Ads Dr. A. Ii. Parker now has his X ray machine nlcoly lnstalted In a prettily furnished 'room with every convenience for those who wish to have tho roots of their teeth exam ined tf For Sale Two lots on Allison Avenue and two on the south side of the river. See V. M. Tye. S-tf For dale Business House nnd Lot on Main Street, Corbln. Apply W. M. Tye, nurbourvllle, Ky. 47-tf Dr. A. L. Parker, who Is equipiied to nnd the seat ot trouble in the roots uf teeth with his X-ray ma chine, will. If deslrod. extract teeth ttuder gas. tf For Kent Three pleaeant, nufur nlshcd rooms. Persons with small family preforred. Mrs. Joe Samp son, Sampson St. 4tf Wanted To Iluy Tract of Land 2 to 20 acres, on PIko between Mid- dlesboro .and Bnrbo'urville. Address P. O, Box 125, Btatlng price and lo cation. 4-4t The Ladles Aid of tho Christian Church Is ngent for the well-known Wade's Extracts which any mombor will be glad to supply you with, tf Cow For Sale Good Jersey Cow giving 2 gal. milk dally; 2 years old $38 If sold at once. 13. S. Edwards, Clear Tone Music Co. B-2t Cow For Sale Fresh Cow, 4 yrs. old. Bargain. Enquire at Advocate Office. 2-3t SILK EMBROIDERED CLOTH f P GPS- irf? I 1 v tf ' wljfllfpl$ Yi For Sale Stock and fixtures of Lewis Drug Co., for sale. Reason for sale, owner leaving town. 2-tf For Sale Two Story House on Allison Ave. In good condition. Good outbuildings. A bargain if sold at once. Joo Payne 6 tf In the old Spanish days In Mexico, millionaires were often made ovrr night In the rich silver-mining sections atound Gundnlajuuta. A shrewd pros pector In the early days, named Zam brano, discovered n mine which brought him Immense wealth. He spent most of his time In the cap itals of Europe, living as extravagant ly ns possible, squandering vast sums at the gaming table, but managing to, For Sale 141 Acre Farm on Dig leave a snug little fortune of $00,000,-1 Richland Creek. Timber and Coal. 000. One of his whims was to lay a Parties Interested call on or address sliver pavement In front of his house, j0hn C. Marlon, Glrdler, Ky. 3-tf but this the authorities forbade. In these days silver was on a parity with , Christinas Cards See Miss Cora gold. i Sevier for hand-painted or commer- TJie conde de vnienclonn, who dls- Cial cards. Price 5c to 25c each. 3-3t covered one of tne richest mines in this section, derived so much wealth from It that he is said to have gotten rid of $100,000,000 in a few years. Another silver king sent the king of Spain $2,000,000 as u Christmas pres- A quiet uud rich stralght-llno dress that will please tho mntron. esnoclnllv If she Is stout nnd likes long lines Is made of a smooth-faced cloth' nnd em broidered In silk In two colors, one of them matching the dress. Its sleeves nre uneven nt the wrist nnd faced with crepe de chine to nbove tho elbow. TO FRAME LITTLE FACES TOO MUCH EVEN FOR JMAGES Statues on British Parliament Build ings Unable to SUnd Awful Climate of London, The outer walls of tho houses of j parliament In London are crumbling. Hundreds of carved Images, mostly of imaginary royal figures, have been un able to withstand tho ravages of the weather, combined with tho smoko Inden London atmosphere. Thoy suffer nlso from the lack of respect shown them by hutrilrods of pigeons which roost on the scepter nnd shnrpen their beaks on tho nosos of kings. Scarcely a day passes but n mon arch's hand or toe "falls Into Palace yard. Not long ngo a king's heml was found In fragments on the terrace. During the recces scaffolding will ho erected nnd many workmen em ployed, nt n cost of $55,000, picking off the loose bits. Thus may one man in a day uncrown scores of kings. Sir John Gllmour, wlio represents the government department that looks nftcr public buildings, Is of tho opinion that none of the kings or other distin guished folk will be nllowed to stick it out mudt longer on the outer walls of parliament. "I think tho dny will come before long," lie says, "when all tho statues will liavo to he taken away. The situation does not agree with them." USED ODD WEDDING COACHES House nnd Lot For Sale or Rent Enquire at Advocate or write Box 125, Barbourvlllle. 4-2t Piano for Sale Second iand. A ent, and asked to be nllowed to build '.., r...i . AJ n ii.. .i .. , .n. a Bargain. Enquire at Advocate office. his mansion. This request was re fused, the authorities declaring that such magnificence was the privilege of royalty only. For Sale An Overland and Ford to sell for cash or real estate. See W. M. Tye. 37-tf I JUi ?& 7 TT x it iirtmM V It is easy to suit the angelic faces of little girls, and designers delight to make piquant millinery for them. I Above are three widely different hats) framing appropriately tho faces that smile under them. young i Steam .Plow, Traction Engine, Tram car,' and Other Vehicles Have Transported Bridal Parties. An American bridegroom wlio mado his Journey to the altar fa a steam plow has had many rivals in matri monial carriages. It is not long since a bridal couple and their guests made n dramatic ap pearance In n Kentish village on a I traction engine, nnd a procession of trucks gayly decorated with flags, flow 'crs and evergreens, says London Answers. A wedding party drove up to St. j Mark's church, Birmingham, one Ens- j tcr Sunday In mourning, the coaches and the horses being Incongruously adorned with white rosettes. A pret tily decorated trnmcar was the chosen vehicle of a Wolvorhampton brldnl party, the driver and conductor wear ing white gloves and smart button holes nnd the Journey to the church being heralded by the explosion of fog signals. But perhaps .the most novel Journey of all was that of n young Austrian couple, whose wedding procession slid down a steep hill from the bride's home to Paysback church on seven to boggans decorated with pine branches nnd flowers. Making Burglar's Tools. .Call nt England's for Stamped The "Black museum" nt Scotland gooas ror your oazaar. btamped Yard has recently acquired a fine set towels, pillow cases, dresser scarfs and luncheon sets. For Sale Fine milking cow. See Oscar Mealer for particulars. 5-3tp Piano For Sale -Postofflce Box 326, Advocate office. $S0 delivered. or enquire at tf of house-breaking tools which had been abandoned by their owner after a burglary. These Instruments show wonderful workmanship. There is n collapsible Jimmy that folds up In the pocket, a rope ladder of silk that fits into the palm of the hand, a num ber of keys nnd lock-plcklns Instru ments, and a neat oxygen-acetylene blow-lamp. Where do burglars obtain these marvelous tools? They are ex- rAn n mnMnn elmlntnt. Imi-o ntiil y k "l"u""b """""" """ (enquire nt Advocate office. 6- 3 on, but they are not capable of mak ing the other Implements. No respect able firm manufactures such articles, and, although n small quantity Is made secretly by employees of repu table firms, the majority come from special factories engaged In nothing else but making burglars' tools. Such factories are hidden away In back Buffet for sale- Colonial style wlth mirror- Post office box 201 or t For Rent 2 rooms in Jones build ing. See J. R. Jones. 6-2t uamcaai'ias&a Qay Skipping tftppes " I !! Itlll t llll l lltw-4- I streets, and It Is almost Impossible to locate tnem. Carlbs' Flashing Thunder Bird. The Australian thick-headed shrike is about six Inches long, rich-yellow below, with a Jet-black collar and a white throat, black head and partly blqck tall. It Is sometimes called the black-breasted fly-catcher and It has also a variety of French and New Latin names. In the mythology of some low tribes, such as the Carlbs, Brazilians, Harvey Islanders, Karens, Bechunas ind Basutos, there are legends of n pplng or flashing thunder bird, seems to translate into myth tBQfMought of thunder and lightning descending from the upper regions of the air, the home of the eagle and the vulture. Simple Life In India. In some parts of India, I discovered, clothes or the lack of them cause little concern; children up to six or eight sears old wear absolutely noth ing. All the harboring Is done In the open street. For the most part, houses are slin ply built of clay, with brush thrown over the top. The better elapses of natives pile Into tenement houses as people do In tho congested districts of New York City, and their ambition seems to be to crowd as many persons Into a room as possible, and to have as many children ns nature will per mitWorld Traveler. For Sale One 6-room house, 6ft hall, bath, hardwood floors, hot air furnace, all in first class condition. Good garage. Lot 75x150, situated on Pine Street, absolutely above the high water. See W. T. Stewart, Pine St. 6-tf Wanted Good rellablo man for general work. Apply Gus Houser, Union College, Barbourvllle, Ky. 6 tf For Rent .1 rooms occupied by the National Guard and 2 rooms In front in Jone3 building. See J. R. Jones 7-tf Lost Pocket Book Containing $70.00 all In paper money. Was lost Monday somewhere between my home on the waters of Big Richland and Barbourvllle. Finder please re turn nnd receive reward. John Dlzney, Bailey's Switch. 6-lt Love of Nature. "What Is your favorite flower?" "Well," replied Fanner Conitossel, "I guess an orchid Is about as satis factory as any." -orcnius ure Deuutiruz, but rare. I "That's why I favor 'em. There's no nee of they're gettln' u start like daisies or dandelions an' bavin' to bi .weeded out" Washington Star, NOTICE I am holding two stray mules on my place on the Hensou farm east of the Depot. Owner take note. 5- 3tp J. S. CALLEBS ' flHt-vurl II Willi tiftsSSBftv Re-Proofing Your Raincoat Whatever tho time of year, one needs n reliable raincoat In the coun try, but unless of n rubbered vnrlety, many raincoats quickly lose their rain proof qualities, and are useless for the purpose they were Intended to fill. Here Is n method of re-waterproof-Ing cloth that will he found quite suc cessful and easily carried out at home. Take one nnd a quarter pounds of alum and dissolve this In five gal lons of boiling water. In another bath dissolve one nnd n quarter pounds of sugar of lead. Then mix the two solutions. Place the coat In the mixture and I make sure thnt It Is saturated with the liquor. Without wringing, put i the coat In a hanger nnd dry, plunge J Into cold water and then hang out to ury again, xnis time It will he lit for use, nnd will withstand ordinary rain. A skipping rope is a Joy to the sturdy little out-door girl, esreclally when it has Nannetteand RIntlntlnfor handles. They arc painted a deep pink with faces, hair, neckties and buttons of black paint. By substitut ing clothespins for these handles and tacking the rope to them It Is easy to make this treasure of childhood at home. LOVELY SMALL HATS LAXI) FOR SALE For Snli 10 Acres sandy lonra laud, 4 miles from city. This Is first class ,hay or farmng laud. JackBon County, Wisconsin. Price $25.00 per acre. 1(10 Acres Pine Timber Land, Lib erty County, Florida. Good soil and lays well. 9 miles from railway town Price $12.60 per acre. 2780 Acres good timber land 3 miles from railway In Tennessee. 4000 ft timber.. GO ties and many cords ot wood and telegraph poles per acre. Price for land and timber $12.50 per aero. SPEARS HAVELY, 6-3t Calvin, Kentucky. IIJIS The Patriotic Spirit. Animated by this spirit the par tisan Is enlarged Into patriot Before It the lines of party sink Into hazy obscurity; and tho horizon which bounds our view reaches on every side to the uttermost verge of the great Republic. It Is a spirit that exalts humanity, and Imbued with It the souls of men soar Into the pure air of unselfish devotion to the public welfare. It lighted with n smile the cheek of Curtlus as he rodo Into the gulf; it guided the hand of Arlstldes ns he sadly wrote upon the shell the sentence of his own banishment; It dwelt In tho frozen earthworks of Val ley Forge; and from time to time It has been an Inmate of the halls of legislation. Thomas I, Bayard. Three delightful small hats Illus trate the Intricate handwork nnd bril liance of the new season's millinery, In which Persian embroideries embel lish rich materials. Loely feather trimmings nnd metal ornaments of aluminum or silver tinsel, braid, bead and yarn embroideries, find suitable background In rich velvet or batters' plush, and la velours or suede-finished cloths. Darby and Joan. "Darby and Joan" was first applied to a very happily married couple who lived In the Eighteenth century and bore those names. They were John Darby, printer, of Bartholomew's Close, London, England, nnd his wife, Joan. The constancy and devotion to one another of this old-fnshloned, sim ple, and virtuous couple so Impressed Henry Woodfnll, who had served his apprenticeship with the printer, that he wrote n poem, "Dnrby and Joan." In commemoration. This poem was printed In the London Gentleman's Magazine, tind received a good deal of notice. The expression then passed Into the English language as symboliz ing the eventide of happy wedlock. WO The Grant Drug Store Gives strict attention to all prescriptions; using only the best drugs. Pretty Articles for Gifts, v Kodaks and Films, ' Film Development Sodas and Candies, Delicious Ice Cream Headquarters for School Supplies Insurance Means Assurance Against Loss It is a mighty good feeling to have that should fire wipe out your property. You will not be cleaned out too. Every man knows his own business of course, but he cannot save his business when afire. Insurance is the Answer H.C.MILLER Agent The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. EXPLOSIVES! DuPont, Atlas, Hercules and King Brands LARGEST STOCK IN KENTUCKY We are in a position to handle your business regardless of the size of your orders. Shipping days Tuesday and Friday each week. Send us your mail orders; we have the goods in stock Delaware Powder Company CHAS. C. BYRLEY, Manager. Office & Main Bldg. rear Bell Natl. Bank Bldg. PINEVILLE, KY. Symphony Sawn ftft, I J fA Big Demand for Radium. The principal use for radium In the commercial world Is as a luminous material on watch and clock dials and so on. It Is not the radium that glows, hut other substances which become luminous In the presence of very mi nute quantities of radium. More than four million watches and clocks alone have been treated, and hardly a third of an ounce of rudlum has been used In the production of the liuuUm,BM terlal required. Loo for the Vfater Mar Ever pick up a sheet of writing paper so invitingly beautiful to the eye and the touch, that it seemed to say to your fr . v.-, "You must write on me! "? Symphony . ;; j3 just such a paper. It comes in three exquisite finishes and several smart tints. Sheets and envelopes in the newest shapes. Also correspondence cards to match. May we show you Symphony Lawn? fierndon Drug Company Incorporated! The HfcxaHJL store Barbourvllle, Kentucky .