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ENGLISH GOLF 8TORIE3.
gom of tne Yarn To,d ,n Britain's 1500 Clubhouses. There are nearly 1500 golf club bouses in lireut Iirllaln and t ho gtrand Mni-'iulne is trying to dtsi-ov-er tin' funniest of the Rolf stories which are told In these haunts. An drew Ji':t! offers the following an lils cent ri ijut iiiii : "A determined plnyer got Into a snnd "It ml fcr a lonB ,ilno "" ,,,at his opponent pnw of him was only ills-llnpuis-huhle through the dense clouds of sand made by the violent action of a niblick. "At last the resolute veteran finoiped from the pit, and his oppo nent, without expressing any surprise or condolence or annoyance at the de lay, merely asked him how many he had played. Evidently the other was not In a revealing mood. '"I went into that place.' he replied Idly, 'at a quarter past 12 o'clock. It Is now a quarter to 1. You are at lib erty, fir. 10 form 'our own estimate.' " The scene of another yarn wag the UnliS at Westward Ho, where two players were driving off from the loth bole. One of them wns possessed of g quiet, pawky kind of humor, while the other was of the hlt-'cm-high-and-oftcn order. asked his partner for the line of the bo'e, and was told to play on to Dr." K ' house, which was nercbid on the. slijlliie. The flasher let out, nnd his hall was skied to an enormous height. 'Von mistook me," said the quiet one. "1 meant his earthly, not ma neav enlv habitation." On the course nt Biarritz there Is a ccrmiii hole which can ba reached in nne shot from the tee. The creen. however, is blind, lying over the crest nf n hill. It in therefore customary to tend a caddie forward to mark the ball. On one occasion a golfer hit a good straight shot over the hill, the ball droi.ninir dead on tho lino for the hole Great was his rejolelrlR when coming up the hill to hear his caddie bhoutlng that the ball was In the hole; Indeed, the player was so pleased (never sav ing performed the feat before) that he made the caddie a present of five francs. The sequel to this event is remark side. The story goes that on the fol lowing duy no fewer than Beven play ers ou reaching this particular green found they had holed out from the tee! The nccaH lonnllv enlivening effect of golf was demonstrated in the case of an elderly Indian colonel whose boast It was that he had a very tranquil dis- bposition which nothing could ruffle. 'He took up golf, and for a long time his friend failed to notice any dlH- turhance of the colonel's outward calm, but one day when playing a foursome he got into a notorious Dev il's Punchbowl bunker and spent a terrible 15 minutes trying first to And his ball and then to play It out. Ho tried every club In vain, and at last, glaring like a demon, he smashed them one after another across a Jagged rock. "What are you doing?" cried out the party above. "It's all right," he snofted. It's lf better to break your clubs than to lose your temper!" .1.. .ml.!.. Il ! . Dlflhl "fan I have two good seats, wen down, not behind a post, and on tho aisle?" asked the quiet gentleman at the box office window. Tlu'oo rtnllara milece." renlles the tic ket seller, slamming out two tickets that called for seats in the last row, behind a post, and In the middle of the row. at that. "But these aren't what I want," ob jects the man. "Can't huln that. Got to take 'em or nothln'," responds the ticket seller, obviously Irritated. "Look hnra vounE roan, that's no way to talk to people who come here to buy seats." ' "Huh! You talk as If you owned the theatre." "I do. I happen to be the new own er." "Then git away and let people that want to buy seats have a chance. You know very well you can get in for nothing." From Lite. Elderly Boys. PrnHnM. fha mnll alrlklnir fashion feature of the present time Is the cur Ions combination of the lounge Jacket (llli tha allk hot T ntolv In Pfnoadillv. Westminster, and St. James's Park - the strange sight is seen of men, mostly blsr men too. seeming to ape the dress of an Eton schoolboy. , the Tailor and Cutter. TO GET ITS BEieidl EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY Tt!E5Bi(M . i MANUFACTURED BV THE (AliF0Mp5$IIP(g SOLD BV ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. . Owe Size only. 50 a Bottle At present prices, .even poor people have a chance to live high. A Father's Worry. Ynur poor wearied wife PlnRsleep nnrs Inijth Utile onn iuff-rmg from ihut ul.-lit lli-nd for children niul Imrnir to i iip d's, cuoup, should hiivn bcttlu ot J'n.vlor s t'hurukeo ilemodv of SwHet iiuni and Mnl leia, un undoubirtd croup (r'V'iil!itlve iih well an family cure for eonch, euld a;.d consumption. At druuixi nnd &uc. Fads aro Hiry woman's graces. trllles to show off Free to Our Headers. Write Murine Eye Knn-dv -., '"lilcago, fur 4.H-piig illllhtrati-il Ky' Hunk r'lee. Write all about Your I've Tronlih mid they will advise n to the Proper Appliui ti'iu of the Murine Kv.i linn. -.Iick in Your (Special CiiKe. Your Druggist will tell vou that Murine HclievcK iSmv Even, Ktri-ngth-riin Weak Eves, DummiX hi'nirt. SiKitiies Eye Pain, nnd sells fur Jlilc. Trv It In Your Eyes mid in Unity's Eyes, lor Billy Eyelids Hud Uruiiulutiou. A girl with a loud conscience lr. never u good bridge player. Only One "Hromo yuinlne," Tlmt in Laxative liruiim vmn.ne. Look for the signature ol E. W. I J rove. I'sedtlie World over to (.are n CVd in ( u Day. The cost of living proves that we nre not dead, Hint's one comfort. Many Children Are Sickly Mother liroy's hweei Powders ioi (or Chil dren, used by Mother (Iriiy, a nurso m Children's Horns, New York, cure l-cvcr-ishness, Headache, tomnih Troubles, 'J'uething iJisonlers and Destroy Worms. AtnllDrupcrist',23c. ISnmple mailed fiihe. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. V. that r - In Prohibition Territory. The Tailor Hip pockets T The Customer Yes. The Tailor Large or small? The Customer Halt pints. Cleve land Leader. A. wren In the hand is better a crane out of It. For HKADArlaF Htrka CA PI'IMXB Whether from folds. Heat, Stomsch or ?:erous Tronlil. Csmidlim will relieve you. l.'s lluuld-lleut 10 lakn-sct Imiui'ili- awly. 1Y 11, luc.. Sii. sod doc ai aiuf uiies. The end of a feast la better than the beginning of a qurrel. k w. . ,aiii " ' - jars. winBlowsoooxning oynijJiurv nii'ii-s Bullous u-H,J"',,ul",","" tiou. allays pain,curas wind colic Moa bottle If we zare strong where our broth er Is weaK. may we nui u tn where he is strong? Tiny Baby's Pitiful Ce. "Our baby when two months old was suffering with terrible eczema . hn4 tn tnnt all over her body. The baby looked Just like a skinned rabbit. We were unable to put clothes AM i.A. At flrot it sppmea 10 do a iw mattered pimples. Tbey would break the skin and peel off, leaving the un derneath skin red as though It were irta Than a few more pimples would appear and spread all over the body, leaving the baDy an raw wuu out skin from head to foot. On top of her head there appeared a heavy scab a quarter of an Inch thick. It was awful to see so small a baby look as she did. Imagine! The doctor was afraid to put his hands to the child. We tried several doctors' rem edies but all failed. -Then we decided to try Cutlrura. By using the Cutlcura Ointment we oftened the Bcab and It came off. Un der this, where the real matter was, by washing with the Cutlcura Soap a ..niin9 tho Cutlcura Ointment, SUU Q IJ y . new skin soon appeared. We also gave baby four drop of the Cutlcura Resolvent three times dally. After three days you could see the baby gaining a little skin which would peel off and beal underneath. Now the fcaby Is four months old. She Is a fine picture of a fat little baby and all la well. We only used one cake of Cutl cura Soap, two boxes of Cutlcura Ointment and one bottle of Cutlcura Resolvent. If people would know what Cutlcura Is there would be few suffering with eczema. Mrs. Joseph ir..n.sn 7 fit. John's Place. Ridge. wood Heights, L. I., N. Y., Apr. 30 tnd May , 1909." The county fair always meana bet ter crops and bigger vegetables. If there Is no iair in your cuumj year, grow something for some othe' rr"ntv fair. Tha Traffic of London The report of tho Hoard of Trada on London traffic brln s out two In ots eii)K;r-liilly, nhe ilr.st Is that travcllln,; In in-reusing mueh nioro ruoldlv 1h:in tho population, and til Hccond tint once ui.'oin the faeilitiie for tnivolliint are coming to a siand F.'.lll. The fa-t ill .t travellini; Is !u n-cnrlna iii a lilvher ratio than the, ' j piipului Ion an oiiiited for by tin-. ontivaid niownicnl of Ihe ponuhill u j I The facilities which have been nf- ; forded in 1M bsi live or six ye;:M ' j have ctier.ii . I i-:V to live furli- , ! er alleld, and n 'i-piently to rely' j I to liniell u-nitor extent nil tr;iln, ! trams and o iiii'.1.iifo. l'ew peoplo now live with n n walk of their n ii-i-nos'scs, and If thoy do, they seldom walk. This Is a pelnt which might hiva .linnn mi.r.tloned ill the -report. Ten years n.fo ji"de used to walk ir they" had only a ahort distance to ( im hut now thev c.lhei- lal-'e a t Bi- cab or a motor bus. and excuse them selvcn by the savin r of time thus ei feetod. The ou'w.ird movement of the population, and the habit of rid ing for the shr.rtest diftances have, between them, cnttjtht up the Increas ed facilities profiled by tho motor buses, the taxle.'ilis, and the elf trie, ti'.ljps. and the provision of facllltle.1 ha3 now censed to Increase at any thing lil'.e the rate of tho la: fix vears. nallway enterprise Is nlivift 'at a standstill, .mil this is not sue prising, oonislilerln? the heavy rate.) and the iinMr competition Intreduc ed by iiiunlelral trams. Hut tha' tramwnv extension Is al"0 fallln? off is more surprlKinx. The wldenlni: of tho stroetn will probahlv he tho next, direction In which relief will hi Bir.i-ght. London Clone. Last Survivor of Seminole War. .luhn W. Koacho colehra'ed his elghtv-ninlh birthday recently. Mr. Roiiche, fi far as M known. Is the only B.irvivor or the Pemincle War, In which o (inn soldiers took part. Ho Is In hue health und as vigorous n he was thh'y years a'-'o. Mr. Roaeho Lad an ex.iting and perilous career in the Florida swamps. Ho served under Col. Worth and was r,iie of those who tooii i lending part 1n lho rapture of Co-A-Coo-hee, a famous Indian wurrior chief in llho Klurlda swamps in those days. Hi rfjiiinent. went to Florida, mnnhlns from ral-atka to Tampa, a distance of 1110 miles. With his com rades in arms Mr. Hoarhe spent two rmontbs in the Florida nwanips, E'.it 1 ferlng untold hardships cud for three j davit goin'f without a mouthful of ! food. With others he helped lor y 106 of 10S whites who were slaurh tored In Dade's massacre. (t;-'.veo correspondence Rochester Herald. IT vour religion is as new ns l r Ellotf It's Just uhout as old as yon want It WM I- ' r iu uiti it f : VjiP." I Honored by Women -r- -i.Cl i - Jl V Wtirn a wnmnn sneaks of her silent secret suffering sho trusts you. Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr. It. V. Pierce, c.f ISiifTdn, N. Y. I.very w hero thero nre worm n who lieor witness to llio wonder, working, curini'-powcr of Ur. Pierce's I avori.o Prcscriplion ...l.:..l. i',.. f'.'.-i-iiii' rr from pain, nnd Bucciwfully t itrapnlcs w ith woman's wcaU- Li-i1i ncii.es and ituliurn i.'.s 0m 4 hi' . r1 Iji' iU ' .In '" 1 i IT MAKC5 WEAK WO.ICN STRONQ it n icns sreic women well. No woman's oppcnl wns ever mudircctcd or her con fidence me.plnced when she wrote lor ndvica, to the Wom.u's Uisphnsahy M'.'Diciu Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce. President, BuiTulo, N. Y. Dr. "em'i IT,-.tsaof Prtlctl tmr r-H nnlurrl -. rf mnvrmmM one m day. MR. C INNER! Have you ever seen the I FH3 AIR BUST 6IH SYSTEM? Do you want to increase your profits and at the same time lessen j our labor? We have spent -In years pert'ei-tiiii; a pin system that would meet the actual reiiuii'rini'iits, tinil now we've pot. it. Vo-ir i u'n, iinil Bl.lr sn in o ic-t ouid w.il bill il vol lull inrurinatlnn. F. H. I'JMMMS SOriS CO., Columbus, Gj. "SULPHUR COPyiPOUND I! ,ttl,.''.'l (nl)ltlH. HcallHHf LIQ'JU I iPuL' ii) ill I 1,1 ' 'fl.flV. f.T "- Hit. M"rl. I'.ltl ! i-t li .iff. fl: ill :-r,i.i i r ii I it (t ill I ftinl SnilJ. Al.ltit lit. t , . vi t l nut " th" lll'lv.ir '-Imci: Itii j t.iu a pTU-oi.u.iiiur itli In? i.-rtdi f ' II .1 lilt I lit- II,. I t 01NTMERT. K(.H n il i luf Hi" "ii. H i-wf oai lt.v rrn-HMK Iyc.ur (nllit'". HcaiiH nr it. Ik HH' 1 I'-Hl 'M. HII'l III 1st ,,i .,! r r.nh.i.i hi: . n. It , ', lilli'iMllHtl-l'l, (."lit, n. ki I'fv .i miar, ,r?ti. I oxiuii .i.-n.'.i. iri'tiui.u. Iiriil" ' !:,,M !.r;:.,.v;:-v:,.v:;:::,i.,ll,uh.'fti..M,. imi i : ki'i i k t h" i r 1 i ii' i , , , ,i ,ii,ii ii M iii K I llli III M I I'll I i.aniinoit-. . ii r nn t niiii if ttiu. n n ') .nut. i - - r , Willi' tur tii'.-Liil uii sulbuf 1)1 SI iirt-il. iin-1 nil .Ml pri In rr. rn l.uvinh' ll'fl fVlto'k '! ..:ir...-...--.r i..n.-.-,. - ..'. im i.r n 3. 4'.li t-m, on. I-ll!.-iLr.i.l.-.l -'' r- .-I..-c-.. -.- 1 i ..l-ll rt,i,-..?VvK'V'V4.';-' -"'. ii',..i. i J;".., ,.,.-ti:llioi. l"''il ,-in. ;uM'-'l. ljiri b ".iJr..:i .' - V- tlirr.M'l. t ,,. it iihii-i on- I h. hi- v. nr.. u. o. . !il:J a. - , i-.tr krjs..' hi I ! I II It -' ' I ' " ' 1 1 1 ' ' " SPOHN MSOICAL CO., Chemists rc' Bscmiclotlsts. Coshen, Inc villi jourself. I'ileH ( in-cil Iii il to I I Imys. P.T7.H mi j t ii -ti 1 i". iMiarniiteo'l to i-ur' imy "'MsHoflti'liiii'". lt)!e.dj:l""'"UiiKorProtrud.'-ir I'ih'S 1U li to 1-1 UllVsor III" -IK'V I Cllllid.-il. Utc TaVo Const: your task with energy. :tt i n milieu I I HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES manr serious dis eases. It is tli'irontily cured ny Ir. Pierce's Ple-wwit Pel leu. Ono a lusative, three for cathartic. V, Ik il dance. Hie cat in out the mice vi. for COI. I) and tiUIP. Htrk's I'APnniNa is tlis t-st rem,itT relieves th Si'lilliir end fi-varlsliWM. -cures tiic t old and rehl4)rm nornml cumliuoii'l. Ii lluuld-rtrects Iniiuedisicly. luc.. 'iM. aud boc. abtlrmf suiria. Mesopotamia. It has alwavs seemed a most ex . ji..t thin, tlmt the land he- tween the Tigris and the Euphrates, which was the seat of the Bronte empires of the ancient, world, nad . which shared with tho Nile Vallov th , distinct Ion of being the riches, corn-drowlmc land, should have for manv centuries laid desolate and -wiste. But the natural richness of ,be soil is not tho only factor In tho tertllltv of the land. Even more than revpt It aa dciiendent on care-, fl ;nnd sclcntme Irrigation, nnd in , are all surprised to ,ne dnvs of the Kreat severe pns ot iee how mucu goon naiwi(in the canais wem ui"-. it did. My P iysi-i ,v and leulonaly sruarded. But wneti . dan said Uiu. a ' anclf,nt empires finally Tell me i doubt it was the; 1 i.H.tinn worts were new-: Most of the dis--!!f!-B tha' afflict fowls are the le.-.ult of ear."l(nM and Indifference on the part of th owner in' ret'.-irds the surroundings and irondltions of his poultry. No ponl'rv will k.Ihiw to ad van to re on the credit Vide nf the cash ae oiin't unless thev are healthy and well cared for. Hnw ti prevent disease nh'iild Iw the watchword, rather ihnn how 1o cure disease. Weekly Witne's. Tin- way HDiiie fulks show off thelp 'lousi'hold pooilB you'd nevnr dream they were nunhased on tlie Instal- "Tt plan. Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tompouna Pabatttw, Walne.-"You tol.t me to . i l- Ki.a-l, urn's Veiretab e i bmwv r . n ii n fl nnn 1 v UIIIH" i l for it i in u lui.i Ic'hild-hiith, mid we r. .. n A ' ' ' . he In e d you. ' I leoted and left unenred tor, u han youyfo? TO,.r the result that In a few years' tin o klSdL in advI.inK, th6 .and of the desert and the weeds ' V J full , . . . .inlarWaVII OT.Q lllO ttatit,i.... - - , Anticipating an American duty on tea) Japanese exporters shipped us 10 1138,231 pounds in the flrBt bait of 1909 against 8,671,145 pounds In the corr apondin period of 1908. as ucci .' The total cost of the work on. the Euphrates Is estlroauo at a qui 1 . n. l.lU nmtnlQ nf KiuuneBB in sun--'" , - ine aanu . - me and ffive you full ch(ikeA up the waterways, inn " l..n,I.Jnn In 11SC . . - . .1 ".," Joentlltlon. Bllt tile my name in your testimonials. li". . ministry at Constantinople has H.W.MrTt UELt., Box8,f-abatttis,Mc. h importance of the S Wrnnan llj1neI. ISSHeum "" " -.iTill-l,n I !"""""'" " , . .... - - . . . n i cr wiiuani vv n iv f -. Oraniteville, Vt - I was pass tiK , matter and . Sir wu & ..mntnini. lavdia E. Pinkham'B Vege- RHvionian canals a few ypars .ago, ui,.nmi.1iMtnrHfnvhnlthanu1 v tntn.fttnii with the wurk. of gold to me. For the sake of othci Buffenn? women x am wiunm should publish nay Jter." - Mrs. Charles Babclat, lt.F.D., Granite- Women who are passing tbrotiRli this critical period or who are not ing from any of those dlBtressirig HH io(f iioiu o j v,nnld not lose S of the fact that ioi thirty years LVdla E.Hnkham's Vepetable torn pound, which is made from roota and terbs, has been the standard remedy for fernale Ills. In almost every corn iminity you will And women who haye been restored to health by Lydia Pinkham'svegetajiujioj"!!-' fjMijMejpBfyyWlrVfs1 TRIALS orjAjf i xsgwNsm mm lpXiI n- ri CT Ultt r If IM ilAKf. UFBV ,)DTO PAVViViW PILL 10. 10PU.LS 10 imc LnnKS fit: NDlOF.SnWORCON: PA Kiidtob's Pssr Paw Pills cosa th llTi- Ibiu sctlvlty liy gsntla msihods. 'iUty do Dot acuur, Krt) or weuaen. I bey ur a Of a million OI luminu yv.......-, -- i ,,1,. tu lae stoniaca, linr uu "i'l ,ih .TinnnnO will be Spent In the, inrlnnrnte Instasd of WBDlifn. Thr an- whkh 100.0UU will os ri,b ms hlou and ennhl. the stomneh to flrni vear. For such n- ahsuruiy ' ,. th . nouri .nmsnt from food ttwt Is ii ...m run the deeert be once nixiaii ... , more turned into fertile land. Lon don Glohe. ' BAD OUTLOOK. "To the jeolottist a thousand yen so are not icounted as any time nt 11. Trreat Scott! And I lust mado one temporarv loan of $10." Bostni put into It. Tbase pills contain no calo mel; tby art soothlnB, nsiln inn sura nlsllnn. For slo by all flrngslsta in 10e and 2Sc sties. If yon ticil mutlesl ail Tlro. write Mtinyonfs Portors. Thy will sitvtea to th bast of thflr shlllty abso lumly rraa of Ctiaras. sH'HTON'S, 4 and JflTsrsoa His.. Phlladslphla, Pa. If nflltnled wlito weak aes HTtapson'sEyeWatcr I Tr -7SSSSF- twi - f ecaue el tho uly. rlul. ry hairs U"tA CRtOt" Hli tTOIt, frlo, i.OO, retalL a