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it1' , ' I 4 I l r ,t : It i ; ,' :.: I , The democrat-star C. M. t A .'.'i". Aa U'lrpeu-ietit Ivcvjerat:? -;prr. THI DIMOCT.TaT AH .ri; Kti'ii u. yr. U .Jf h t rt.o".r.4, a Jvaa Tfcr. ra-nstia, la i3f Uril sal UjO- I'UMi'i nm!-.r.isni.n " J-ASOAi-a tA. MlMH.. 'K!tY. AC' Well, lrln t a 1 l It tusy Jtt Ue io r pliae g tnng d jo t!,e l!! in t. .0 V) Tbu far tbe K "i Ulatilrun giiiie has e-it beeo u':i rf,il. Svw niter u I gitituf t'i -t it ttiil- m- o t ft "tii I t y W.r unjr le ' f kin', l-ul kin,treth;'t- rt"f " tiif'ttiinrf lnrf lrr UDCIl'VCUillf. l-.o't ite iiuie (r a hi e j!c i ciu I lake a bint to l At ' a iiiu lu f irrf.it'.ro fully lialf tL tlilnH lie kurw al .U Are tin y Mii.'iii ' (tottarj, luu Nililut'' iier llierr'' Ctith l'lii U a ci'wid e,iHuu fur buutliiit I ; Aiiicricau lii-iri-m. title Iliicrt4 sti'iulil tlnil KumiK'' atlii11 I ticie lliMruiitilily cufitft'tiial. Siuie ttf nur ttrl (jinilir may bate to come utrr In the menatte a'aiu. We ce iy the imin-rn Hut Die ni' jiapcr it'U lia inntjlll,'ii. No ullluialiiiu Nur tli l'ule yet. h i tri o nciit to Hit r'ur t nt'iiH. n the mx'Ullit tif Kurn(i may nt Kitiieruii are dolnn their work fur them. Kuroie wait with ahittrd hrcatli tn tcaro whether (ii-urije Kred W'llllaiu bat declared bla Deulralii. It uiay'be neceary to land murliHn tu firmed Mr. Carni'Kie'i peace paUie at the Il inue. A Tier a nit lun find nut It cnnniit cttle anytlilim hy wr, It, reurU tu rei'iiii. It I tirltitf (li'iniiii.ualfd thut Hip two America', ean ifcl aluiitf tor; well There iiiilii tu he eriiiiiifli runiu In ilt'.lcu'a hmad territory for both Car ranr.a and N'llla. In i -hurl lime It may he noreary to look Into the dlncurd to (llwiycr few mlliitf kliiK. if llull.inil ran iiiumitio In keep out nf war her trurk Kiirdenn mmhl tu en rich lier cIiimiih, With all the ariulen nf Kuroie Inn Itolnir arotiml I Iih eonilnent aomp one'. toc are ur tu he teied upon. That rrnnxylvunUn who man ar rested for Mi-uIIuk rntllenake mltfht be rx peetrd to vote In favor of war. Iietween thenafcty tlrnt the watch, ful wulllnu and the fly nwnttlnir pollrlea Ihl country U In reasonable good condition. Occasion does not rail loudly for the American caule, but too timet tmwl- lively cry out for the lndutrlou American ben. la the wur tone a alranunr mut know as llttu about current event a, an American Juror If he would Ccapcuspkion. Who would have thought a year hwo that we tlmuld now have a Conitrca lonal aitrroprlallon for the relief of European tourlat. One American woman traveler taya that the nml beautiful lhln In Europe are the Austrian armynrtlrer-, but that wa before the war mussed them up, Tboe literary men appointed by rre-ldent WlNnn to furelun pot may or nmy not be uralcful for bavlnit tbe opportunity to study war at clone ratiKe. No Arabella the man talking to that Interested ((roup I not telllnu about the bin flh hccauitnt tip north. He I- a tourist who b- escaped from Europe with a whole skin. We are In receipt of the Quarterly llullclln 'o. 2. of the Mississippi Nor mal College, of Ilattlesburn, Miss., Joe Cook, I'rcsldent. It contain Tlews of the summer term 1H, which Illustrate the Bne tralnlnir that the pupils receive at this One Institution of learning. VWinever You Need a deaeral Tonic Take Clrove'a tT'jP' SUn,Jr' Grove'a Tatttleu thill Tonic it equally valuable at a H?1 Tonic hecauw it contains the Well known tonic propertied QUININB and IRON. Jt acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Wood and Builda up the Whole System. SO ceata. . i 4 !.:, Kwrf In-lay ALL NOMi SllT SUPS', j S KATM: il'sf : I'll. SAO AND LCSES3ME VISIT. llrjr-.-l ff'-'U ClarP 0 I-".' 1 IM:t.-i t the i,ir. i.t ttf I lit tu Tt tif, t.cre f',r ') iumj jrir I". K It ti 4 .i 1 n 1 ci.errlf f r tr 1 1 ii 'e 1 ; 1 ii rii-t ins arid !' fU'i Tli It'ii tfu!u, tt; nuolici li t ) gij 1-1 an 1 d.rn-ttd Its rt-'iiiir i l-r i, ii ri t tl..Tc t'lu'ei. ) ti e h tu I iff ' lc in,' Hi f d.t'iri 1 1 nit t mi i il. ertr I: 1 1,- ! f t j r i 1 rl. nr 4 v.t ic t; tU !., r 1 1 llic i.o i . UMe, hi ite so in il lr arid 4'1. There W4 ri ) rvrlenee f life In Itut nllturiil den where fur mre thtti thirty yeir I'. K M jyr h i I r. id hi eielnne and re -ired hi' d' y. rittrn hi editorial, and i ihu'I hi lucaU t leurutirnt lho-e be or poed and C'.rni llineritln,: th'ie be f.vun d A g'Kid, stroinf tper, tine that h i l.ern a iwiwer III the Mate, lu l t It puhlUlier, It editor and mari ii r, arid I drifting around like a lnp witlmul c hart, coiiipa or rudder, fur Its ruin liunder I tT'rie: the tiiildliig Irll and dirretliiit h iii I h ive heeri laid low. I.etvlng the loiieiyoniceof the Peiuo- crit-Mar, where opprelon only reigned, I went out to Macbpelnh cemetery, and stmul at the grave or 1'. K. Mayers; and a I looked upon the red upturned clay, the new inuiind that niarki the Unal resting place of a dear old frlrnd, I reiiii iiiliered hltu only In the full strength of bis physical in in bo ut, an AJax among his fellow edl tors, and the last charter member of tht) Mississippi frets Association to pass away. 1 remembered Mm a the companion of K. Iiarksdale, W. II. McCurdle, J. J. Munnon, J. L. I'ower, A J I rani,, K. M. Verger, Fleet Osiper, J. L. Mc t'ullum, II. D. Money, II Walpole, II. t Jones, Ir. lUvl, Klnloeh Falconer, A. (!. Morn, Freeman Randolph, 0. W. Iliirner. W. J. L. Hollaiul, II. S. Ilonney, A. Y. Harper, J. W. Lambert, I'aul A. liotto, S. H. drown, Kmmett L Rosa, am Sliickhouse, and other old timers, all of whom be survived. I remembered him as the most reg ular alien lint upon the meetings nf tbe Mlsslippl Tress Association, who never missed a convention till the wuignt, in )c,ii jiiessKU nesoiT u)iuu III in and prevented his attendance Me alwsys attracted attention by his stalwart form, his Independent p pc a ru 'ice, Impressive mannerism, and Insistence upon nbservancenf the con stltutlon, being the chosen guardian of that venerable Instrument. Now He lie there lu that solemn country cemetery and none so poor to dd lit in reverence. Loving friends laid hltu away, and gentle bunds placed sweet Howert upon bis grave, now withered and dead, fit emblems, of the tllghl of time and the certainty of man's mortality; and It Is sweet to know, a pleasant memory to cherish, that Mends ty the acre and In great numbers, came nut to pay their last sad tribute to their beloved old cili ten, who had published a paper on the Mississippi Sea Coast for over sixty years, since his twenty tlrst birthday, and who bad stood by his section and his people without, shadow of turning dining all tlion years-to them as "tine as din needle to the pole, or at the dial to t he sun " No itiiirhlt! monuuient marks his lust resting place, no shaft of brass ner- pelu.iles hi memory, no pi el's verse tells of his good deeds. There Is Utile to indicate that the faithful old editor, the Nestor of the M lsssslii press, sleeps In Hut quiet spot, beneath the shade ol the ce lur and the mugnollii; but In Hie year to come tribute will oc pain to r, iv. Mayers, and In the hearts of hi friends bl memory will ever be kept fresh and green. K. II. II. rascagoula, Aug. 17, The New Attorney General. College day with Thomas W. Greg ory, or Jexas newly appointed t- torocy general of the Tutted State, were recalled to day by Secretary of Mate J. W. rower, who was a college, mate of the new official In Trcsldtnt Wilson's cabinet. Mr. Urcgory was born at Crawford, near Westrulnt, Miss. I'c graduated with honors at the Sjuthwcstero Presbyterian I'nlvcrslty In Clark' ville, Ten , In im. Secretary I'ower was an under graduate at the time, and say tbe student knew Mr. Gregory by the appellation "Watts". "1 remember on one occasion," said Secretary Tower, "that Watts'' de feated Rev. John Iloyd In an oratorical coolest for a gold medal. Mr. Hoyd was born In Jackson. The two Mis sissippi contested for the medal be fore a large crowd of people. Gregory won out and got tbe medal. 'Watts' was one of the most popular men at tbe university, generally liked and be loved by everybody. lie was a great fraternity mao, a brilliant student and he left an enviable record In the Institution." Secretary Power was highly grail fled to learn that hi old college friend had been made allorney general of tbe United Stttte.Vlck8burg Herald. mm HELD AS SLAYER OF WIFE OS BOfS STORY Says Parents Strewed In Small Bsat, And Matter Was Crounel I.u -di!. V . Aurf. ii A Wfird .'r' r f!gl.l In u.l1-trej!ii in the l.p lur.r-l'.rf wi'.ers of :!.eg ereefc ttwrea t; fatter and mother, re ii tu g to be drowning i f the w,aurj, was t,id to1iy by eleven-year old Ive Jarni.'in f ilKwir.g the arr-t nf bis I fitter, W M Jirn'gm an Itinerant! I .inter, living near ti,e shores of ti e ereca, at-out eighteen rude. frMu L'iie dV. The trjgrdy w enacted on the evening nf July l, h-n the coup'e and the aire returning fr m I'as-CMo-iU. where the fitht-r hit g'd.e on t.L..irii".s. Tb jrret ass ui ide tn- d.y by Iruty Jitirrir? Jam It tlu" i Je iviii county w.irrtnl lued alurdiy The - i was brought lu Lucrdale as a witness for the Male, He seem t1) t,e a bright child for bis yer and tell a straightforward t iry tbt car ried eunvictlm with It. Ills father is tlfly live years old and a native of Lreatoii, All His mother was twii.ty eight yeirs old, and alo came from Alahami Tlie fat her lellt a story of aeeiilental drowning and a iln attempt to rescue his wife after the pirogue in which they were riuk Ing the trip bad overturned. According to the story told to the authorities here today by the hoy hi father and mother became Involved In a 'iurrel shortly after tin -lr depart ure from FasiMguula. '1 his argument became mure heated a the continued and An illy Hie woman raised her pal. die and struck Jarnig.m. Tbe man struck back and then the two clinched In a struggle In the little craft. The boat rolled from side to tide, each time dipping water, and dually sank The boy says tils father then grabbed hi in ami swam fur the shore. He re turned later fur the mother but failed to locate tier, and her body was not recovered until several hours later, According to Jarnlgau, the fattier, shortly after leaving l'ascagotila he ran Into a rainstorm ami his boat be gan to take water rapidly. He says he told bis wife to hail while he rowed and that It was while the was trying to dip the water from the boat that she unbalanced it and It turned over. Jarnlgau stale that neither the buy nor hi wife knew how to swim and that both grabbed hltu as they pitched Into the water. He threw oil hi wife and swam to the shore with the boy aim nun ti,itnrti t,,v nm. . fulled lu And iier uud returning to shore went in seireh of help. With several men be dragged the creek and recovered Isidy or his wife about ihrce hour later. Jamlgan state that they carried the body to a nearby set tlement, where afler services It was burrled. He protests hi Inocencc and assert thut the drowning was an ac cldent. Jarnlgan has been married three limes. He came to this section from lircwton, Ala , alxiul two year ago. GULF TARPON FISHING ARE DECIDED. TITLES Arthur Parker and Captain Stan ton Win by One Catch. The Gulf Coast tarpon llshlngcbain plonship for MM I was decided Sunday, when Arthur l'arkcr and Captain W. S. Siiinion defeated Frank N. Iluilcr and James T. McDonald In a record catch by the score of 4 to 3. None of the contestants missed a strike. Mr 1'aiker landed one measuring 8 feci IM Inches in length. The party on board nf Mr. Parka's splendid nit tor yacht Ogarlta, left lVs Christian early Sunday morn ing for Isle Lal'itro. In the party were M. Parker, W. S. Siauton cap tain nf the Ogarlta, Frank N. liuiler, John T. McDonald, captain of the schooner Queen of the Fleet and an expert tarpon fisher, Uncle "Dm" C. Cumin, whooilU'iated m l line keeper and referee nf the match and others The Ogarlta cast anchnr at Deep Water Point. In addition to the tar pon, Mr. liutler brought two leaping sharks and one thirty pound Jack Hsh rn pui II -Ii were being sought. "Uncle Dan ' Curran, wbu Is an Inland waler fisherman and who landed a 444 pound green trout last week In Jordan river, did no fishing. The Cattle Dipping Law. Now that compulsory cattle dipping I the law, enforce the law. If that Is done, thoroughly and Impartially, thoso who voted against the proposi tion yesterday will laugh at them selves a year dunce. We lake It that Forrest Couniy Is too civilized to have any rebellion against the law.-Hats llesburg New. RHEUitlATISFtl MUST GO., snout remarkable cures, but von simnlv can't have rlieumstism after you use GE-RAR-DY RHEUMATIC REMEDY because it gets at the cause of rheumatism dissolves the uric acid in the blood throws the poison out of the system. OOe and l per bottle at linurgists or write ns dirwt, oi aaa ov liniment, h.n with this n-m-!. hlni thoriin,. Tririv. The Phil P. Crtwp Ci.,tli., New Orleans, U H--h i - ' f T'-ri t:tvt p!:oa t4 prepared " ''T j -f MLI or CMULS 4 f EVES, j , f ; Of at C t m,u treat any c, sad ' i uta la u . luo t.- f tf ui ot , tnui. Ii t oa :-. Iisr btret r? i i Ca.oawl dew. do ;i or tu.kea. Zit .Many People Fc'!c Agric- UI.UJ ill i...i Occupations In Mississippi There are roc io M :-!- s:ttl that "ra for a livir.g and T3,- u", of them are ernj!. yd to U.e farm, arcordlrig to a retn-rt wblcb ts Ja-t tx-ea lued by the United Utes Cen sus I r- j. Of the ers.-n engaged in agricultural purs il-. the bu'a nf them are farm rr,rnt r and ttrm li'rfii The farru 'ritort nuru br "'U', and ;iS.-Cj ire men and 1.2 are women. Tnre are S farm Ub,rer In the a'e and I"I,l''l are mails and iK,i''.! fnnt'es Tliere are darry farms Id the State and they employ f,! laNirer and 1 foremen. Tiere are alo 5i persin la tbe Mate abuse principal wiuree of loco me U fitiu stock rjNing Toe nuruter of cowb y and theep l.er K r in this State It ti. ARGUS CHANGES HANDS. Laurel Publication Goes Under Management of New Company. The Laurel Dally Argus, which was estaMl.hel three year ago by Capt. F.tgar ti. Harris, today passed Into tbe lurid of tbe Leader Publishing Company, a new c-or or.it loii.nf which Col. Mutt Aire., of Fuitou, Ky , it president and general manager. Tbe plant Is being moved into a new and larger building, and a new (iu press will be Insialltd early In September, when the name of the publication will be (banged to the Laurel Dally leader. Capt. Harris, who retire from seine connn tiln with the paper, ha been recommended fur pnstmaster am) will assume the duties nf hi new position early lu October. There Is Nothing the Matter With Pssca.oula. "What Is tbe matter with l'ascagou la ?" U a query one hears every day. Whit I the niatler that I'asc.iguula l no longer In the from;- There Is nothing the matter with piscagoula. I'asc ignula Is the same today a she h is been since the time when tbe fuice's t,f nature first stiapi d It, and gave It llchcs that are riual to any other territory of the Unluo of like l.e. Illches! Ye, riches. We have at our dour, one of the lar gcsl and most easily availably deposits of glass sand In Hie world, a conscrva live calculation place It at 4u,tXX),000 tons, worih at present price II 40 per Ion, and us the United .St iles uses something like I'kmmm ton a year the present supply will furnish all of the gias factories of th Union for UK) years; hut then It Is Inexhaustible, fur a fast a it Is taken away, the sea n . places it i'ne tlsherles nf this acc- tloti ie a rich and a extensive as those of New Knglaodor New Found- land. It only tweutysflve per cent of the oyster ground between ibe Kt lascagoula river and the Alabama Male line were caltlvuted with oy ter, the products would add .j.otKi.ooo annually to the bauklng resource of thlsclty. At Vancleave, . and other section, deposit of clay most suitable for manufacturing of pottery, tlling.brlck and aluminum are lo be yet developed while the upper stretches of the Pas Cagoulaand Kscatawpa rivers yield en abundance of bind wood suitable for barrels, boxes and furniture, and the pine forest will yet yield an abund ance of material for tbe making of paper and alsu fur timber. We again call attention to tbe fact that one or the most eminent meo of science lo the United States, Dr. G. D Harris, a geologist wiih an International rcp uratlun, has given It a his unquali fied oplnluntlut the conditions here are favorable to oil and gas develop ment and need not call attention to our harbor, one of .the Dncst lo the South, our climate, our citrus fruit and pecan culture and Die suitability of the soil lor truck growing. These thing have been dwelt uo before and are well known and yet what has been done to develop these resources? Save for the efforts in pecan culture, we can say nothing. What I the matter with Paseaguui i? NotMng ! Hut nine r suineuiing radically wrong with the men who have been holding toe destinies of this cliy In their h,uid for the past quarter of a cen tury. Constipation Causes Sickness Don't permit yourself to become con stipated, as your system Immediately begins tn absorb poison from Hie bseked-np waste matter. Use Dr. King's New Life Pill and keep well. There Is no better safeiruarrl airsiiwi. Illness. Just take one dose to-night, -c. at your Druirgist, Adv. L. & N. SCHEDULE. NoiiTtt nor no No 4, Lv Hr.y St.. Loula 8 am, arrive Pascanoula 7:.W am, arrive Jrloblle 9:15 am. Aerire Arrt wOrlMn ruraiMHil. Mahilo No. B 6 4.5 am 10:3.1 am... 11:5ft am No. 4 8:30 am 11.34 am 12:4.1 pm No 10 5:15 pru... n:n pm.....lO:4U pm No. lis .0:35 pm 2: am ..... x, ra No. 2 :50 p:n . 1:04 am 2:20 am S"l Til IHlfND. No. 1.1, Lv. Mobile 5 pm, arrive Pasca imula H:-r. cm, arrive Cay St. Louis 8:15 pm. I Arrlr An-iro Mlll.iU PiMnAl. V No. .1 2:42 am . 3:48 am 7:15 am ' -I" -1:X1 am.. .A-M am.. 7:-Vl am N". :45am ...7:56 am 11:50 am No. ft .1:45 pm. .. 3:04 pnu.. 7:iX)pm No. 1 4:45 pm .5:48 pra . ... 8;53 pm ' Joitx Pw. Watts, Local Agent, WASTE, KCT EMRjY. la ,-; of tu rei-rt; .0 .t retesue Ci'is i It V t wr io llr te. It l he; J I ty "o. ta-ir f Cor.gre thxttfce g'iVerB3int B-."i'..1 ecoo j at tie ty wtlS ' t'--'Ja,g ajr;irutiv f.-r riierand bartf iajtr-veuKcta, Tte river and t arti.r appropriation till U bow pnl ! In,', ad the argaaiect jgisnst IU pi !' appealing to member who j b.ve not studied the siluatiitn. The failure t i Ejae river aud har I tv r artr' pruti- nt w ,u'.i be extrava ganee, and not econoBay. Tun ughout the United State are prelect under way, ranging from tur vej to nearly completed work of great importance. Tb rains, the nK"i. and tbe tea are oever ldl; ihry tear down tbe works of mio wherever they can. Only the stoutest wjrk of tbe eoglneer. carefully planned, and thoroughly executed, ean withstand tbe element. The abinduoment of tbe half bullt levees, dams, lock, revetmeou, dredging, breakwaters, and other improvement would mean throwing away millions that have already been spent, liut It would mean more than that. It wonld mean the repetition of ft jod disaster, the shoaling of har bor and river, and tbe stoppage of navigation and commerce in miny piace. Human life a well a property I involved In this till). The work under way to control H hk!s In the Missis tippl and Ohio valley I essentially life-saving work which should out be interrupted for any cause. It rise above questions of economy, and as sutue tbe proportion of a solemn national duty. No one forget tbe oatloo's demand for Instant action following the tremendous Hood lo the Ohio river valley a few month ago. It wat a demand that Congress should go ahead, without retard to expense, and do everything possible tu tare guard human life from the rage of tbe Hood. The chief engineer of the United Slate army has very properly directed attention to the urgent necessity of continuing appropriations for car rylng forward tbe works now In hand He knows belter than any other per son lo tbe United State Just bow ex travaganl and wasteful It would be to suspend operation on the mighty work under bla charge. Congress should economize where It can do to with safety and good result but the abrupt breaking off of great works for the conservation of human life and property Is not economy. It Is exravagonce and waste. Washings Ion Post. Appropriations Contained In The Pending Rivers and Harbor Bill In Mississippi Pascagoul Harbor $ Hulfport Harbor Pascagoul iud Leaf Ulver.. Pearl Ulver . Yaxoo Ulver... Vlcksliurg Harbor Yaxoo Uiver and tributaries . lilg Sunflower Uiver 110,000 &",000 14.1HS) HI.OIX) 10,001) 125.000 4iUiO 90,000 I 4Vl0,tXJ0 MISSISSIPPI UIVER. Southwest Pass 1 400,000 Head of Passes toOhioKlver 8,(sH),ooo ,4oo,ouij A LA KAN A AND MISSISSIPPI. lomoigbee Kiver.. 80,000 t-nanei netween Mobile liar arid Ms9ippl Sound 10,000 iio.iiio iiiiLerway irom mo one nay to Mis Uiver ll.ooo I ".'i,ooo A pased by Hie House thl Item was iuu.oou. FLORIDA, ALABAMA, MISSIS SIPPI, LOUISIANA, TEXAS. uetuoving Water Hyacinth ..! 25,000 Sl'llYEYS OltDEUKD IN TUB PENDION RivKit and Haiihor Kill for Mtssi.ssii'rt. Chlckasatlay Uiver, Channel to Hack Hay of lllloxl, Jordan Uiver aod tributaries, Uycbuck Lake. STATEMENT. Adopted August is, 1914, at Wash ingion, u. u., by representatives of Ohio aley Improvement Association lllack Warrior Improvement Associ ation, Coosa-Alabama River Improve ment Association, Tennessee River Improvement Association, aod corns merclal organizations of Pittgburuh. Pa., Wheeling aod Farkeruburg, West va. uirrolton, Louisville, Sturgls and Paducal,, Ky , New Albany and r-a.isvnie, irid., rjinclnoatl. Ohio. , . , ... ... .iro, in.,anrj Hlrmlngham. Ala. "We, the representatives from the various portions of the nation inter ested lo the subject of waterr naviga tion assembled at Washington,. Au gust 17 and 18, 1914, for ibe special I'll-rise in aavaiiuog Hie passage uf tne wvers and Harbors bill now penrj. mg m tne Lnited States Senate, find. "First, tbat this b'.! which carries appropriations of someCfty-tbree nil! Ilun of dollar to be used Id tumor lug such navigation has passed 'li House of Representative by a large majority, and, after tome additions oy the Se iaw, Is now on the calendar of the Senate, where a large majority ui mat. ooajr favors Its passaue: "Second, that tliere seems to be a small minority of that body deter- ITS 1 AU USK IT Wiebatri. As a face powder. A. mi I.,,,,,'r P ns. At drug. git, 15 cents. .5 i 1 For Sale hy A. DELCOMYN. Adv. 00 lfOU f Know? Now is the time to put your system in good condition; get prepared for the Spring and Summer Seasons. NYAL'S Hot Springs Blood Rerredy Will BENEFIT You Most. Ask mined to defeat Us passage by tac tics already adopted, unless tbe friend of the bill use tbeir utmost endeavor to prevent to lamentable an event; and, Third, that It a quorum of the member of Congress can be main tained la Washington, this bill can readily be enacted Into a law. 'We, therefore, request every com tuuolty, every business organUUloo and every individual interested lo thl measure to ue every possible mean to Induce their Senators and repre sentative to continue their presence In Congress to that a quorum may at all times be ptesent until this bill Is passed. "Signed William II. Rikieks, Chairman, TuoMAs lioiiANNoN, Secretary." ACCORDING TO UNCLE ABNER The beet way to find out hew little any feller know la Just to listen to him. A Prtncw Albert coat don't tt fo) tor a far la a business way u It Used to. There Is do use In claiming that you bought an ombreller, tot nobody will Utter it We oever saw a mortceaT shark who looked aa though ho am onjoyed good laugh. When the avermgw man rots sick ho lay It to everything except whisky or tobacco. Ono thing a kid can't uncrerstand to how hta father kin u hwignago thai Is wrong for him to mao. Vwjr fw up-hhdaia fallen nowadays carry tbatr false teeth In their pocket wrapped up In a silk haudkorchlef. I never yet bar essen a society wom an who could drink ont'n a bubbly fountain and look M though aha en joyed It. I have soon lots of fellers who could Wear derby hats In the summer and be happy. It ail depends upon the point of view, after alL There la always work for willing hands to do. When a teller gets through mowing his lawn ho kin start right tn and mow It over again. A feller finds out mora about the true Inwardnesa of mtomobllee In five days after ho buy one than he found out In five years of looking at 'em and vending about 'em. Chicago Journal A New Tork Inventor claims to get more useful beat from gas store than Ordinarily by inoloslng the burn er with cone shaped drums. A muffler which costs only two per cent, of the power but effectively silences the engines Is working well on French military aeroplanes. SECRET OF HAPPINESS Trum&n A. Do Wecse, author ol The Ilend In the Road." hatn nature with the eyes of a country boy ana a city man, haa como to tbe fol lowing conclusions: I know of nothing to clean as the soil of a good garden. How can a man lire with woman wno aoes not love the country? Whether It Is annlea or chickens or a garden, you must do some of the work yourself. There Is only one way to keep yonng, ana that Is to pursue an out door habit with boyish entbuaiaam. Only the man who make thlnn grow ana who gete dose to the soil has solved the reel secret of happk nesa. The country Is free, open and frank, fhfere are a lot of fln ixvnnia in ih. city, v-'t we cannot escape the fact mat tncyTiv under cramped, unnatur al conditions. ALLOWED BY THE LAW 8teal!ng a kiss. . " Looking daggera. Shooting (ho rapfda. U ; 'f KJUlng a, paragraph. Working an old twos. i Roasting tbe absent, v Cutting an acrinalnraaesj. Breaking tp houspfrewplrif, , H il YOUNG I Phone 96 -'1 mm J NELSON'S HOUSE J c. xelsox, r... C PASK AOOI LA ST. ?l PASCAtiOl-LA. . MIS. ROOMS ."c. Vim Day. sJ WtXIAL HATKM IIY MKKK OH MO.NTIt. Uoitn Csnvsnlenets. Pbswa 140 Um i ,i . i ' , , , i a, ftiRiia run, Sjj LIUIIT HOISEKEEPLNO. How To Qlvo Qulnlno To Children. PFRRIMNKbtlwtrsrfc-inark urn girt lo ta Improved UiiBiii. It u a TsslrltH Syrup rl,. nl lo Uk ami dor kot disturb lh ilonKh. Childrta Ukc It asd nrttt know U ta Uuium. .: ,.Kswir But4r4 lo aaulu who causoi take ordinary Qutains. Don B0t nuaatt Br cauac aervouatHrs rfnainf In th Scad, Trr ii inc as-at iim4 yo iih uuiain lor any rur. pos. A.k lr f-uunc ortumal rstckar. Tht aaiii thUHlUUili w tdawa la boUit. ii ctalt. Nature's Balance of Power. In view of tacts, one Is almost will ing to accept the statement of a sll known French scientist, who haa as serted that without birds to check th raragea of Insects, human life would vanish from this planet In the space of nine years. Rut for the vegetation the Insects would perish; but for th Insects the birds would perish, and but for tho blrda vegetation would be destroyed. Nature haa, therefore, formed a delicate balance of power which cannot be disturbed without bringing great loss and unbapplnesa to the world. One Bright Spot An English clergyman was visiting his parishioners, when one of them, an old woman. Informed htm that since they met "she'd gone through a sight 0' trouble. Her sister waa dead, and there wor a worse lob than that the pig died all of a sudden; but It pleated the Lord to tak' him, and they mun bow, they mun bow." Then the poor old lady brightened up, and said: "Out there's one thing, Metter Allen, as I can say, and ought to say. the Lord's been pretty well on my side this win ter for greens." Nails Protect Piling. Borne of the piles In use In Amster dam are 300 to 400 years old. That part which la not In the ground Is often bored by a pile worm near the surface, but Is preserved by drlrlng In nails with very large heads, so as to tire the pile an Iron coating. This coating Is then transformed by the water into a layer of rust, which pro tects the wood from the pile worm. This process must be repeated orery fifteen years. Wonders of English. Tho following letter from a native of India to a missionary aires proof of the surprising possibilities of the English language: "Dear She: My wife has returned from your hospital cured. Provided males are allowed at your bungalow I would like to do you the honor of presenting myself .here this afternoon. Dut I will not try to repay you; vengeance bclongeth unto Ood." . Kissing Conjugated. "Sam" Slick once said that Hasps were like creation made out of noth ing and rery good; and another Amer ican WTlter thus conjugated the verb "to kiss." "Buss, to kiss; rebus, to kiss again; pluribus, to kiss without regard to numbnrs; syllabus, to kiss the hands Instead of the lips; blunder bus, to kiss the wrong person; erbus, to kiss In the dark: omnibus, to kl&S every one In tho room." Plowing by Artificial Light New South Wales has adopted th California Idea of plowing at alghL For this purpose two powerful acety lene headlight are attached to the traction emrlne whlrh itnn fha plows, and the ground Is so well and brilliantly lighted that the operator eta work orer the field miltn is well as by daylight. Prom Boston. A Boston bigamist, who appears to hare practiced that Iniquity with dis tinguished success, told the Judge be fore whom he waa tried that when erer he bad a new sweetheart he would take her to cemetery, show her a erava aa that nt hi. ni .r0 and then propose marriage. Ho was taneh.ll - . Dish 'or the Gods. Llrer and onions, artisticallr blend ed, produce a fragrance that wafted to the summit of Olvmnns. would cause the Jovial Jore to kick over the ambrosia kettle and earn thunderinff down the craggy steeps in quest of a new dish for the gods. Kansas Cits Btar. Job Work execuLed with neat- nest and dLpatcb at this effice. 1,"