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I ilJUliifla HUM "" a .--l..: -1- & h r;" f . ; . ., - - WS&sa&Zs&BA -fJk$r r ' EDUCATION AND VOCAT.ON. ; ;; ,,,,, ,,., f llsl.-.l a "v- t .;r.-:i'i.- He fir , J A .', ,:. .l..y hard ' fXVV' '' M- Ji$J I I v"'' mo,:e. r-r,:':;:;;.;':.;;;;;::;:::, -;,-vl:;.r,Ji,::-n,":- v,. 'W'H munyon's rheumatism hh?' sgp) m ;i 'tprsowt. l' i .1 I '!". r I'll U......N a.- ' ' V. -'w'i v;AlrV-'' V' fl THE BEST MEDICINE If.. - - ,h &L S i? V? 4 uyO .ii.,,-.,.,-,.-,... .i,...r i '.Ksr. ' - - --r Umj ju. ": . .- .i-.-- ? C& 1 f ' I.n,-...ns in-y bav, gm... i f'uVI" "' ' -' I" i 'v '-" ' " & ir-tim A t r.H.v 11.- n,..ii..i..i,)- lbl I fs'? I M . '-. . ; t I I -'tV V' ' J -.v, -i a .ll.dvnn.i.K.- f li!V in Ihc , If,,,"! f :: .. ... v,-.-..?:7i . I.--,.,,-, , '. :: r In .,- &f " , ' " )f -? - ' 7 ; 7v, ; r:;' - .... . ......i x,--4 J :- M..-:i. - r,.i, .1,,,. , ,!,- .uu.-i,-,! ' , . f.-... 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If utility Is everything, whai is to prevent sonic flute from I'lino'-ini; as its eiubhin a pall of sprayinr lluid. , onipiiurnieil of Kiapsuds and k.-rii-.-i,e The rabbit per' In Australia led to the building of a rabbit proof fence, 1.175 inlhs In leng'h. The contractor who built tin, fence found water ac cessible by digging In a region sup posed to be absolute desert. Then a chain of wells was established. Now 4,iltle can be driven across the conn, try and a trad" Is established, and development of huge tracts formerly inaccessible soon will be under way. Tig, ires from oMielal sources show that during the year ended June ".n, 11U0, there wax an im rea.-e of more than oneihlrd In the production of denature.; alcohol in the Tni'i d Statis. The aiiL'iegate for il,o fiscal year 1910 was . 7 S s gallons, about eipially divhb d between siieelully (b--naluicd and (omphiely denatured 'I his was gallons over tin uu'put of 'I e (!.-( al vi-ar 1 !'(!. ., ,,' ,' '. 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Ii air '!,' 1 1- ' i,i'.- fi.iia :1 i,.-iiiiii,' 'I'll" I' mil al -ii vK , .- iiailv rone "ii l.oanl, Miiii. liii,, s v, v, ral i, ....- a 'lay, 1 in ),n,!,airy i!,,. ,. thai I.i in i(.v. .1 I,.-,) ,y i in- .larlJ.-s Is ill" ,-" ; 'I'-il a' 'I'" iH'iiii InMir f,.r hair an l,n,ir fi.Mi.v. liu: ,,,. i,,i,)-,,y i,.a. TI,c M-l"c,iiii- ai r uliiiii' i a v aj s (if liu- nio.-l ( nlhi i,ii;t: i -liaract.'r, waltzes and two 1 i is. an.) numbers of ih" Inns ' il.-iiK " i, ii il. i k (liirlni! ,1,1s Inlerln,. In- I (bed, there s o nif.r pi-tiiros(,ie j f liaval life I hpeclacle 1,1 III." tool illt' thai, that afforded by the tars in the,- i whit.- d-i, k nnilorms clrcllne round I iu:(l round the cleared space on the forward d. !;, the smooth boards of hI, I'll make an Ideal dancing floor. Tli e bl'.n Jin hels have their own tnu- ) it ri ) ,1,-,1'k fur The World's Greatest Tl'ATKIl twonilles north nr Maricopit, In Kern county. California, In what Is known as the Kern Kiver oil Held, there Is tin; greatest oil mm well known to the world. It is known as Lakeview No. 1. For some months It has been spoutins ford, a daily av erage of r,(,,ini0 barrels of oil, worth C ctnts a barrel win ru It gushes from the earth. This extraordinary well has an In teresting history. Its sinking was be gun in tho summer of llinii, and by October a depth of nearly li.iino feet had been reached. At that point the drill em iiuliiei'i'd an enormous pros nare, which forced earth, gravel, and rock upward in tho hole for a dis tance of several feet. New wells ar often filled in Unit way, the matter forced upward In the tube being so loose that It can be removed with a bailer. In the present case, however, the well whs packed so tightly that rcdrilling was rxcessary. Soiiii liiiKs Hie drillers would gain on the pressure In the earth: at otlu r times tin y would lose Tho ri suit was that In live months, or to March 11U0, the net Increase 111 diplh of the bore vvnn only M) feet. 'II, o well had be n hunk Into tin oil sand, .but it was believed that by going M- e..He a hiii.- fro, n that roin ilbul by 111. IiiiikI. As ,ni,;li, lie cmk ( led a Una, ili. eienninnl, V n, Irmil .F,H, t() Ii, I,.,,l,.j mmiv , mi It inn- and tin y are seldom loath to display III, ir liecollipllslllliellls for llie l.ellelil (il il.elt- slilpniaies. Ann, ':k the boys, banjos, cultural and iiniiulollns are tl," liuni-iie liiHlrnnieiits but there number of lollns and oilier Instni 1 1 1 1 1 1 . (in some hlilps the boys have formed nlo' clubs, whose hhiks, n-m-ally specially composed, are It distinct aid to the program at the minstrel shows and oilier iiierliilnineiits held on shipboard from lime to time, Alter all. however, the Kreatest en- tliusiasin aroused by any form of nm- t,,. oil slllnl.enril Is Iteit evolr..,! I,v l,n comparatively new mediums, the ,,l-,o,,oi-r..,i,h uml Dm .,,vr r.i There Is scarcely a till. In 1'ncle Sam's- nnvy that has not its talking machine, and player piano and some times there are several of the Instru lu a greater depth the chance of securing a large flow of oil would be increased. Oil Came With i Roar. ! When the message was dellverKl, i the well vviiH spouting oil at the rate j of lO.ritio barrels a day. This was on March ir,. In 24 bours tho flow in ; creased to 20,000 barrels dally, and In ,n week the average output was 40. 000. In another week tho average I yield rose to 0,000 barrels, varying usually from 40,000 to 54.000. Occa sionally, for a few hours, I he well produced nt the rate of iKi.ooo barrels a day. This enormous production fol lowed the ejection of rock mid shell from tho tube, these having formed obstructions that temporarily checked the flow. The oil came from the earth wbh a roar like that of a great conni.'ra- tlon. As many men and teams as 1 could be secured at double rales of pay were put to work, night and day, j building earthen reservoirs. I-Hially, a dam wits thrown aerosn a canyon 11 11, lie from the will, and a million barrel reservoir formed I'm. tuualely 11 pipe line just. ( nmpi, (..,) h tviiiii the Interior oil lielos and tidewater passes mar t, vv. .-II. and soon oil was running thruugli It to tank 'camera. lie ii. i li, v to purchase the talking lulu bines ami pianos Is raised by Fiih 'lij.ii'.n or a.-sessinent of the shlp'a ' ',i,,.,,i.y i,i .lack, with proverbial I'M .iu;.!l'y always insists upon the I,' .-' instru, ,,. tit obtainable regardless ol ,.ib . in similar manner funds are ral.. (I fur tl,,. purchase at regular In i n al- of new supplies of phonograph r.c.rtls nial player piano rolls but oft Ha,., tl,. bluejackets will make Indl- 1-J in 1 purchases on their ow n hook iiiiil ile nte the new ncipilsltlolis to the sl,l!. i:,-i,e( hilly ts this the case with pliotiecrnph records and the hasto inanilesie.l by the boys einbrares ev erythliiR from grand opera by world famous singers to the latest topical songs l,y vaudeville favorites. The ships of the nuvy also have an "ox change" system whereby records and rolls, alike to moving picture films, are exchanged In order to give the men on each vessel the widest possi ble variety. Oil Well In the meantime, there was another problem, Una of controlling the How of the Well, so that more of the out put might be saved -for much was being lost by scattering, and by evap oration mid p, rcolation-and to he naive the danger to adjacent property. The tubing or casing that Is put down from top to bottom of un oil well can ordinarly be capped by the use of valves at Hie top of the well, but with th" Lakeview that was Impossible?. Such a problem had never been pre sented to on men before. nut, after ninny efforts, It was solved, and the , (..Mm,,,,, seemea ns simple as It was 1 1 indent. j Working in n shower of e,il, a large?. I number of men built rapidly around j nm top of the well a huge bank, which was buttressed with stemes and with j sucks of sand nm earth. This tank I ,ln' '' 'I'llrkly with oil. into which the . stream of petroleum from the wi II vvns j-!i"t. With l ,s speed and force i llie outflow could make its way but a few 1' et above the springy mass of I Impounded soil. I Thus 1 in- monster was fettered, xiio ; rori'iin nal pressure now expands Us 1 lin.il .n.'i-gy In hissing ,,, v, rlthinf? ; mulum? ll - oil tank boil like some I'-'ig" caldron. A small river of oil 'b.w a - s' -uilv as a brook from the , v.. ll in the rem-rvolrs. CZD YIZ Popularity of Thais, I"v. ry oilier yiitm nctretss ts !:.,. If Tl;ai-." ini.l Il. nry K. c-v at a dinner lit Jl aininln's. " Tl ,l M Ciniil -, 'Minis ICnilicott, T. .. Sri, mi l, - Hie iltiiiR Is universal. ''I ", .( . il'L'.. 1 MM.l ,.M!rt,,l..,,L. f,, 41. B Tvlm linve rend Anntiilo Kranoe's ki .it (if 'Tlinis' liiiuw that fin" was a very !i:i,ir;lily Utile pirl. Indofil, I nm niii sure Unit no real reader of 'Tliaii' wonld ever, v,n dor nny clrciiinstaiicea, runsfiit to Ijc called Kiirli a name. "It nnilics nio tlilnlt of a man wl,o, takliif? Ids Infnnt daiiBliter lo lie bai tl.ed, told tlie clcrgynitin to call her Yemm. "'Hut I refuse to call lier Veims,' said t lie clergyman, IndlKiiantly. 'Ve niin Is the name of a piifian lodlIeK!!., " 'Well, how iiliout your own girl. Plana?' said the nun." Childlike Ignorance. Laura Jean I.ihhey, iliseassing in rtrnoklyn her successful appearatic on the stage, said: "I talk In my nnuieb ,: : ...bout love, marriage and the ml cr Interests c' the heart. On tlnfe s'lbVeis wollie' , especially young nuim-ii, are strangely ignora lit. "Tliey n ally malie me think, yo-: know, of the little girl vilio was uslu'l by her t( adier: " 'What can you toil i,s about Solo nuui ?' " 'Solon, on,' rejdicd the llttla pirl, 'was v.-ry foml of animals.' "'And how. my dear,' said the- teach er, 'do you make that out?' " 'H, ( iiiisi ,' answered the little girl, 'the llible says hu had 600 pore pines.' " COFFEE WAS IT. People Slowly Learn the Facts. "All my life I have been such a Blavc to coffee that the very aroma, of it was enough to set. my nerv-'t quivering. I kept gradually losing n.y heallh but I used to say 'Nonsense, It don't hurt me.' "Slowly I was forced to admit tl.e truth and the final result was that my wholo nervous fores was shattered. "My heart became weak and uncer tain In its action and that frighten A nie. Finally my physician told n,o, about a year ago, that I must stop drinking coffee or I could never ex pect to bo well again. "I wag in dc-ipalr, for the very thought ot the medicines I bad tried to many times nauseated me. I thought of I'e,stmn but could hardly bring myself to glvo up the coffee. "Finally I concluded tbnt I owed It to myself to give J'ostum a trial. So I got a package and carefully followed tho directions, nnd what a delicious, nourishing, rich drink It was! Do ynu know 1 found it very easy to shllt from coffee to I'eistuiu and not nilial tho change at all? "Almost Immediately after I made the change I found myself better, and as tho days went by 1 kept on improv ing My nerves grew sound and steady, I slept well nnd felt strong and w ell-balanced all the time. "Now I am completely cured, wltli the old ncrvdiisnerss and sickness all pono. In every way I am well once more." It pays to give up the drink that nets on some like a poison, for health is the greatest fortune one can have. Read the Ilttlo book, "The Koad to vVcllvlIle," in pkgs. "There's a Ilea, on."