Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 300, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 30, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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ROITE HEWS AMI HKI.Ffr.
SlmpM.u Martyn, carrier No. 83, i
sure a star carrier. He is worklnn
. bis best to build up his route and is
always found In the "no complaint"
list Simpson has quite a large sav-
inn-s account in the Bulldln* and
l.oan association, lie places : on
bis savings account each week out or
his profits from his route. You are
the kind of a carrier we like to have.
Ju6t keep your *ood work up and
you are bound to succeed..
l.oyd Schuman. on route 11, in-
creased bis route 11 during the past
week. ! yd has been with us since
the first day the paper was pub-
lished and has had but one com-
plaint. Ix>jrd, you sure are making a
fine record for yourself.
Paul lluntley. on route 73, is car-
rying his route In a businesslike way.
He Is trying hard and la making
The customers of John Anderson,
on route 1, are very enthusiastic
about the kind of service John gives.
A satisfied customer is your best
Edward Haynes, on route 27, is a
bard worker. He is generally In the
increase column and has very few
Joe Jefferys Is the new carrier on
route 63. I went out to see him the
next day after he started carrying
the route, but he was out on his
route getting new customers. You
have Ihe right Idea, J. . Success to
PITY CARRIER INCREASES.
f'arl Land, route 3; Lloyd Schu-
man. route 11; Horace lawrence,
route 12; Howard Hllbert, route 14;
Ralph Burroughs, route 49; Paul
Huntley, route 73; Albert Ramsey,
route 81; Simpson Martyn. route 83;
\John Anderson, route 1; Wilbur
Clark, route 6; Will Joe Moore,
route 16; Milo Hill, route 2r>; Kd-
ward Haynes. route 27; Tom Baker,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
CL08E I P THE GAPS.
If a carrier 1b delivering but one
leader In a rot of houses and la
content to let mattera go at that
there la aomethlnR wrong with hla
makeup. He ahould wedge In some
mere bualnesa. He should sample
and aollcit till be geta more bualnesa
In that block. When ha la "turned
down" he ahould not take the no as
final. Leave the way open so he can
go back, keep going bark till he se-
cures the order. Commercial trav-
elers follow this rule and win.
THIS IS HOT A KAIBY STORY,
It was a lovely apring (Saturday
of course) morning and Johnnie had
gotten up Juat full of "pep" knowing
that he waa going to have a record-
wua stutter making Mra. Smith
rather disgusted. of course. He
started something like this:
M-Mrs. 8-8-SmJth. could I have your
: i,i , . riptton to the Oklahoma Leader.
Y-You know t-tbere is a contest on I 'Cause he threw the paper right at
HII.I.IS AND ISSY.
A wiae young lad waa Willis Magee,
He airrM his route very early >/u
None of hla "subs" ever got sore.
AdeU (rar risers .\«m Fham ad
of a Wife
uow and be told her all about what
breaking collection day and a couple j a. nice trip he wiwhed to win. Mrs.
of new subscriptions to boot. He smith smiled and Johnnie felt be was
washed his face, neck and ears. Just ^oing right. He said, "You know I'm
wanted to make u good impression ! the new carrier on this route, and all
(you know that goes a long way),
and about 8 o'clock, started collect-
ing. He was having Just fine luck,
every one seemed to be In good
spirits that morning and every aub-
Bcriber it seemed had their 15c wait-
ing for him, till he came to Mrs.
Brown's. It seemed like she wasn't
a good manager, never wanted to pay.
alwaya had some complaint about her
delivery, and never sc( raed to be
pleased. Wonder why? Well. It
seemed like Johnnie knew she was
the "kinda" hateful sort, so Just to
be mischievous he would throw her
paper close to the sidewalk or Just
forget to leave It, so he always had a
hard time collecting. This morning
she was busy with her housework,
bnby was cutting teeth, and cross as
the dickens, and as usual she didn't
have the money. She told him to
"Stop" her paper. But Johnnie was
Just in the mood that morning and
thought "I'll Just try what they said
about keeping subscribers" so In-
stead of telling her all right and
leaving the house— as she expected
he said, "Well, if you haven't the
money thlB morning Mrs. Brown 1
can call for It later or If you tell
me where your husband works I can
run down to his office." This took
Mra. Brown so far off her guard that
before she realized she had given
Johnnie her husband's office number
and Johnnie was off like a shot, after
promising her that in the evening be
would leave her paper just where she
wanted It and that she would sure
get the paper every morning.
So far so good, but the vacation
contest bad Just started and Johnnie
knew that he would sure like to go.
He had set his mark for three new
ones a day. He didn't know where
to start In at until he happened to
think of Mrs. Smith, who never would
take the paper and who every car-
rier seemed to look upon with a
dreadful horror, when they thought,
of asking her to subscribe for the
Leader. But Johnnie thought "She
can't 'Kick* about my service." So
he trots to the door, took off his hat.
rang the door bell, and held hla
breath. She came to the door her
hands all flour; all Johnnie could do
the boys told me to be sure and not
come here for a subscription, but 1
thought if I promised to leave you
your paper Just where you wanted 11
you might tr* ine out Just for the
three months." "So , the boys all
think I'm a crank, do they?" asked
Mrs. Smith. "Well, no wonder when
I never once received the paper In
the proper place—well Just to show
you rtiat I'm u good sport and that
I'll take your word. I'll give you my
subscription and also one for my
mother, who Uvea Just around the
corner. You're sure I'll get the
paper In the evening?" Johnnie was
so excited he could hardly promise,
but left with the money for both sub-
scriptions and landed at the office
before the appointed time, with hla
record-breaking collections and also
his three orders, no stops, and feel-
ing sure he would win the trip.
Needless to say that Johnnie now
has the trip won and in making his
plana to go with the other livfe
Leader carriers on their wonderful
trip to the Arbuckles.
Boys write us a story telling how
you won your trip and we will pub-
I.ITTING \ MM! ON HIM.
Mrs. Styles—I ba\*e been down to
see the doctor.
Mr. Styles- And he asked to see
No, he didn't.
Well, he asked If you had cold
No. he didn't.
Well, then, he asked If you had
pains in your back and headache0
No, he didn't.
Well, what In thnder, then, did he
He wanted to know what your in-
come 1b!— Yonkers tSatesman.
4 IU SISKSS OFFER,
The medical examiner looked
haughtily at the man who had re
ported for his examination.
"I'll examine you carefully. Blr, for
"All right." said the applicant "and
if you find It I'll split fifty-fifty."
He collected his route up-to-date.
He'll be rich some day. sure as fate!
Now Issy Jones was slow as they
He always came late and you
couldn't break em;
Some of his subs were raving mad.
'Cause Issy's service was very bad.
His outstanding bills were very
Issy will be a bum by and by!
BY BLANCHE SILVER
Illustrated by Neva Harrison.
The Way Marion Deacribed
Juat How Sh« Felt.
\ HARD JOB.
One of the toughest jobs in the
world Is making up your mind
which of two things you will do—
thing you ought to do or the I ^ „ h„ ,hB„ tKk,
thing you want to do. It Is bo easy | n*nr hospital" to Lillia
to make ourselves believe that we
OW that man <1o« lov« m "*
Dteky put hla hard to hla for#-
h«*«1 dramatically *htn Pr Pettit
had closed the floor after htmeelf an<1
Mlaa Jones, whom he had ellently eum-
moned to a conference outside. We all
lauchnd heartily at his lallr, for the re-
lief from the nuspense concerning tho
beloved child lylnir on th* bed had mad*
us all a hit llfbt-headed, and DleJcy'i
words *aT# us a much-noe led oportunity
to rent a feel In* perllouaty near hyvtarla.
Marlon's troubled little ▼otco stilled
"Tf I hsve tr etny h re. Instead r>f
rolns home to Mrs Tiber's " she raid.
"where will my T'ncla Robert «tay?M
Robert Bavsrln croe**d to her side,
and looked d'*n ^n her tenderly.
Tour Unci# Hobort will be rtrht | watched, dipped her
"My roodness"* Dotty
be w*.th her a« much a* | herself "How funny!
DOTTY LEARNS SOMETHING
NEW ABOUT MRS. PIGEON.
OTTY'B daddy brought home a nsw
bird bath, and as sjon as It waa
placed out In the yard and filled
with nice frenh water, the birds flocked
to It to quench their th'.rst.
Dotty's hammock wan swung right
sear It under the maple tree. o she
cculd watch the little warblers end learn
to know them, for Dotty waa very fond
cf the feathered folk.
Mr. snd Mr* HoMn, chattln* merrily
with fuwy little Jenny Wren. haQ
stopped for a sip of the • <*>;inc water,
snd aslled away, after thanking Dotty
with a merry song, when a new< omer
fluttered to the ILnb of the mr.ple tree
and looked first at Dotty, then at the
fihe hipped her tall two or three times,
bobbed her head, then with a lew "coo"
sailed to ha brim of the bird hath. and.
taking one laat look to eco if he waa
bill In the cool
ought to do the thing w. want to do.
On the other hand, one of the pleas- Mar1on retrned «-i*h the natural
antest feelings a fellow ever gets is : tyrannv of a eick child
to know that he has chosen right. "That will pleas* me better then snv-
thing else. T saw his eye* seek Lil-
lian* *>ut hers w*re faintly troubled
and did not meet hla I knew that she
the favorable attention of the pub- j ,
It holds customers and In-
creases business. The boy who has
good moral character, who is a
hustler, and who has a happy, pleas-
ant. courteous disposition. Is pos-
sessed of those faculties which will
surely win him recognition and a
threatened h*r with a break I
fence* which aha had ao
bird drink like that beforo."
"It n ne«-er did1" a ni*r.-y voice eg.
claimed, and 8queede-. tha elfln from
Jcyland. hopped upon the edge of Dotty's
hammock. "Perhaps that's hecauae you
never befcra saw a plfeon take a drink."
"Oh. but Squeedef!" Dotty exclaimed.
"Just this minute I saw Robin Redbreast
drinking, also Jenny Wren, and ihey
both dipped In their bllla. got a drop,
thea tilted their bills In- the air to 'at
Id undoubTedlv 'VtVir the water mn down their throata. Now
that pigeon Laan t taken her bill out of
the water since she put It In there."
Mra I'lgeon lifted her 'Mil from the
water snd glanced over at the hammock.
end I gtiewsed that the pleading
Pep's the thing that puts the ginger
In the thing you do today.
Pep's the thing that puts the kick In
If you think you're getting rusty.
And your old brain's getting musty.
Inject a little pep and start again.
Don't let other folks outrun ye.
Get a little pep, doggone ye,
For It's pep that puts the kick in
Using Canned Fish
BY LORETTO C. LYNCH.
An Acknonldeged Expert In All Mat-
ters Appertaining to Household
When the doctor says, "Less meat
and more fish and milk and vege-
tables," what is the housewife to do
who Uvea miles from even the small-
est stream boasting fish? Preserved
fish Is the answer.
Among the preserved flBhes we
find smoked, salted, pickled, and
canned fish. And fish in these va-
rious forms provides delightful va
A heap of people think that man-
ners don't amount to much. They
have an idea it is sort of sissy to be
polite. They're not using their
heads. Just as oil makes the engine
run smoothly, so do manners make
your life and the lives of the folks
with whom you come In contact run
more quietly and pleasantly. Good
manners are a mighty valuable asset
that anyone can have cheaply.—
| riety In the diet. Smoked fish Is j scrambled eggs, they make a dish at
j sometimes freshened by soaking in tractive alike to the eye and palate,
cold water or par-boiling. This Is
O- Q—I had treatments for hollow®
tmdor my chin, which conalated of In-
jections of some kind of filling. For tha
pawt three or four years I have boen
having considerable pain, and the parts
are purple. What would you advlae me
A—T would suggest that you consult a
reputable akin specialist for advice and
How toT ake Care of One
Suffering from a Snake Bite
By ROYAL S. COPELAND, M. D.
Commissioner of Health, New York City
LATE In €be rammer when the water dries up In
the hills and mountains, the snakea come down
into the meadows. Thery geek water and food.
ft is at this season at the year we are apt to run
aero** the dangerous snakes. At all times, of course,
the common garden snake, or striped snake, is to be
It is remarkable 0 t comparatively few persons
are bitten by snake*. Instinctively the average person
hate* snake*. So inborn is the dread of them that we
consider '•queer" the occasional individual who says he
ifkes them. I suppose It is the dresd of snakes and
the constant watching for them tn the grass and weeds
tfcst has guarded us agratnst their attacks
It woald be interesting if every fR*el ess* or serious illness following
•sake btt oculd be reoorded and studied.*—————— ■—
. . ,_ . * . ,„r,, \m Tour blcod examined to aee if you
Thla woo Id determine how Important * hs„# malnpU
the az termination ef the venomous
I have men antnuJa who hwv* heen
btttr.i by amakes. bet always after a few
days of Olnesa they have recovered good
heafth. However, there can be no doubt
that anahe bltee are to be dreaded, and
whether many persone die frcm thla
caese or not, we ahould all know ex-
actly what V> do If bitten
The danger comes, not from the Im-
mediate effect of the wound, baoauee
this la vary trtftfts. but from the ef-
fect of the poAaoo Upon the heart and fl(
nervooa eyetem. On thla the beat thing to do?
purpoae of treatsieat la to prevent tha
hto5Tm& ET^IehTwUld be ear- A -Theee night aweata may be due te I creamed and served on toast as is
ried tn every part ef the body. ' overwork or extreme narvoueneaa but fresh fish. To prepare this, make a
When *uy o«w to Wttsu tha wonntied to be nure that you we not auffsrlng white sauce by rubbing together two
««rt ahould be Immediately srailed off from any organic trouble so to a lung r ,
from the reet of the body. Frr Inatnrvce. specialist and have a thorough examln- level tablespoons each of butter and
if the hand or toot has bee wounded, a atWm. | flour. Add one-half pint of rich
pgatare of some sort ahoald be tlgrhtiy • milk. Cook stirring until the sauce
tSi ^nd^'ts. h^rtUIA 0-„V 2-' ™ hoilB. Add the enp of fish and the
or between the wound anu tm neart. a worka, and In order to s't the dye off. juj* #. uj ij
string, rope or tom atrtp of han«TKer- my . waflh lhem wllh a mixture ' hopped Whites Of two hard-COOked
chief rr ahlrt. ehoela^.J ^>tt^ wlre^ of chloride of lime and eoda In water. < ?gs. Pour over Blires of toast.
Press the yolks of the hard-cooked
eggs through a strainer and let
them fall on the creamed fish like
Many of the commercial canners
are lining the cans in which they
pack fish with parchment paper, so
that the old objections to canned fish
have the salad on ice for an hour or
so before serving.
Use equal parts of diced celery and
crab. Moisten with mayonnaise and
serve on leaves of lettuce. Garnish
with radish rosebuds, olives and
slices of hard-cooked eggs. A few
capers drained from the liquid adds
to most any fish salad.
Every housewife should keep a few
cans of sardines on hand. For the
hasty luncheonette, for the in-be-
tween meal that some of the weaker | chvjous thing to do
among us need at times, sardines are
Ideal. Broiled for a moment after
being drained from the oil, and
served on slices of toast with
As far me. my practical mind, ond
relieved *a to Marlon's danrer Instentlv j
flo-w to the undoubted convenience nf
the arrangement keeping them In the
hoapltal for a week. I was much mor
alaimed over Lillian's condition than
r.ver Marlon's, and T had dreaded the ef-
fect the unavoidable bustle and confus-
ing of our cleaning, moving Into and
a^tfllng the o*d Daeey farmhouse would
have unon her. It would have h en 1m-
poaslhie to keep her quiet, while it the
hoapltal she wo>ild he quiet, peaceful
and I could Imagine tha atn osphera of
tender care with which Pov.crt Snvarln
would in vast her. I suspected that Dr
Tettit, who i« a.« skilful a physician a«
he Is deflclont In aoclal graces, had
planned the hospital sojourn f'llly aa
much on Lillian's account as he had on
Dicky voiced a part of tr.v thought an
he went over to the bed and smiled down
"Sesma to me, Ltl." he imld. keeping
his eyes fixed upon her small daughter
"that you're about aa much In need of
thla hospital stunt as Marlon Is But I
don't aee what Petti* meant bv dismiss-
ing the nurse so oaimlv. Yeu mustn't
undertake to take care of Marlon your-
"Sweet Peas and Apples."
"Put there Is so little care—" Lillian
began, when Robert Savarln's voice in-
"The nurs* will rtay aa long is they
are In the hospital." he said, addresalnr
r>lcky. Hla voice waa very quiet, but
there was an Inflexibility In It that rrade
me open my eyes a trifle, and I looked
nt Lillian quickly, furtively. Haw would
she—dominant, mlstreaa of herself sa she
had so long heen -take thla masterful
diaposal of her affairs*
There was no Indication that she hsd
heard the wcrdr. save for the quick
flash of color In her face She had not
been directly fcndrossed, and she evi-
dently intended to leave the question for
future contest or yielding. I did not
know which But my awn course, for-
tunately. waa clear. There was but on*
I. too. bent over
"Now sweetheart.** T eald briskly
"whst kind of fruit and flowers do you
like boat? You might as well tell 'JS.
for your Uncle Dicky's money la posi-
tively burring In hla pocket, he wants to
sper.d It on you ao badly. I can almost
see It smoking.'
Dotty Was Very Fond ol tha
Fhe was about to take flight when aha
spied Squeedee. and ran over to sbaks
hsnde with him.
"What waa that I Juat heard ▼our lit-
tle friend say about me?" she asked.
"Oh. Dotty lust remarked that vou
and Rchln Redbreast don't drink sllke,'*
replied 8queedee. "I aaJd It waa because
tho had never watched a plgec Lake a
"My jjoodness!" chirped Mrs. Pigeon. !
"I haven't the time to waste alpplng
water the way Robin does What's the
use? I find It tastes much better to dip
In my bill and drink until I get enough
But, there. I forget that Robin Red-
breast Isn't built like I am. My bill la
made so I can drink like a horse or a
cow by drawing the water up through
my bill. Robin Is prettier dressed than I
sin, but I much prefer my way of living.
Why. Mrs. Robin Redbreast has to fly
away from the rest to g*t food for her
young, and. wculd you believe It, I don't
have to until my little ones are at least
two weeks old."
"But how In the world do they live
without any food?" asked Dotty. "May-
be you can find plenty of worms and
bugs on tho limb beside you."
"I should say not"' laughed Mrs.
Pigeon. "In my thront. a* in the throat
of every pigeon, you'll flnd a little gland
or ssc which Is filled with a milky fluid.
Thla milk, when I drop It Into the
mouths of my baby blrdllngs, satisfies
them for food. After that I begin to
THE ROLL OF HONOR
Men and Women Who Are Doing Their Share That the
Leader May Reach the 30,000 Mark.
Althonch many of our Aucust reno'aK haxp already com*
In, there still remains a larse number whleh hare not yet
renewed. Judging from the percentage of renewals that we
hare heen liailnit. a good part of the remainder will be sent
in within the nest two weeks.
Me urt?e our reader* send lis their renewals at the
earliest possible dale, so that the oftire will not be flooded
willi more work than necessary at one time.
E. F. Rosier, secretary Local Union 310 of the I'nited Mine Work-
ers of America, remits part payment oq five subscriptions from Chero-
Joe Allen, secretary Local 273, United Mine Workers of America,
Columbus, K&ns., sends to us five names to ue entered on our sub-
scription list. These are the first subscriptions that we have received
from this local Brother Allen assures us that he will line up mora
at the earliest possible date.
John ('. Rogers, financial secretary United Mine Workers of
America. Ixical 1127. Wilburton. Okla., remits rart payment on six
subscriptions. We writes that his local has appointed a committee to
solicit subscriptions in the mines.
August renewals came in today from the following: Drs. Scott
and Scott. Waukomis. Okla.; J. <\ Prltts. Marlow. Okla.; George N.
Bixler. Waukomis. Okla.: Roy Shock. R.F.D.. Oklahoma City; W. A.
Head, Forgan, Okla.; John Meyer. Binger, Okla.
John Purisek, Okarche, again sends in a new subscription to the
leader, this time for six months.
TMimas (VRrlen, Williams. Okla . remits for one new subscrip-
tion. Williams is hard to reach for the Leader. However. Brother
O'Brien through his persistent work there is building up a nice
I). I). IVtlkkowske, Calumet, sends in another new subscription.
He fails to sign his name to the letter, but we hear from him so
often lately that we recognize his handwriting.
A. Davis sends in one more new subscription for Albuquerque,
New Mexico. Recently he sent us 10 new subs from that city, which
shows that the Booster counts a great deal in the landing of sub-
scriptions. If he has the persistency and determination he succeeds.
t If. Finley, Brinkman, Okla. ngain sends in two short time sub-
scriptions. He' writes that I his : Mis way of getting subscribers
CulYour Paint Cost One-hall
BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY
Weatherproof Paint Stands the Test
Made from the finest Ingredients money can buy.
PURE oil, PURE lead and the proper amount of PUKE
zinc thoroughly mixed.
If paint can be made better
we will be glad to make it.
All Colors and White $3.00 per gallon
Every gallon fully guaranteed.
Wail Paper 10 Cents per Roll and Up
13 South Robinson Street
I also done with salt fish.
I Codfish is one of the staples when
it comes to salt fish. After It is
soaked or par-botled, It may be made
Into a number of delectable dishes.
For Instance, how about some cod-
fish balls? Mix two cups of
freshened salt codfish with one cup
of chopped or mashed potato. Add a
little grated onion for flavor, some
pepper, and a little melted butter.
Form into balls. Roll. Into beaten
egg and then into fine crumbs. Fry
In deep fat until a golden brown.
Drain on soft paper and serve on a
hot dish garnished with parsley or
Fish hash is good for a change
Use equal parts of fish and chopped
cooked potato. Add a little onion j
Destroy your old telephone direct-
ory after midnight tonight* Use the j
LETTERS TO THE LEADER
Dicky promptly w« th through * pan- 1 te*eh them to look for thHr own dinner*,
tomlme of rescuing * roll of bills from j "Another thin* I -ronslder we pigeons
derlnic Are. while Marlon laughed
I you. Dotty, and I hope fome day that
"r>trifv Squeedee will bring you to vlalt me."
y | and. bowing her head politely. Mrs.
Plgerr spread her long wlngi and nailed
eut of sight.
1921, by IWiptpw gMtura Bertk*. La*
thing I .-onslfler we pigeons
•hould be thankful for U that w* don't
have to hop like the robi.'.3 do. We can
Swe^t pea. anrt applm." «he nw | walk nd run like quo ,l- and chickens,
wh.n «h* haJ .toppM InUKhlnj?. "Oh. I Well. I am certainly clnj to have met
Uncle Dloky, you ate ac funny
"Can ahe have candy
I "I Imagine so, after a d*.v or two." Lll-
« \ >1 \ tiiCNM l l Han said "They gave her a fairly hearty i
^ * breakfast this morning, and T think *ha
Editor Leader: Last Friday a , can anything in r* ason."
meeting of the farmers and other "Well, candy Is certainly the mnst ran-
builnets men was held here and was '"O^mu"!
addressed by C. H. Hyde, of Alva. th)B hk* What I thought being
vice president of the State Farmer? in .1 hospital waa nt all! This is Just
Union, and a member of the hoard of «*♦ wlth 1
directors of the United States Grain mignonne little face waa aglow
I Growers' association. He explalne-1 with happy enthusiasm. *rd I think
| the plans of the association, and the I > "• f""" «' thankfulness In
result w*as that the board of direc
tors of the Farmers' Union Co-opera
tive association signed a contract
with the United States Grain Grow-
, , , ers. The board of directors also
a little Chopped green pepper „ an aftreement l0 deliver their
If on hand. Brown in hot fat on the
the heart of every one of
child we all loved dearly •
to Ufa and undiminished heal
222 West Grand
During this week we
are offering a wide
JOS. B. Q—Several time, ^urln, the I «r*,n through the association.
paet month I have awakened to flnd my- I 'r5'n^ P30 until one sidp Is delicate- , Hyde continued to make con-
•eif in a rwcat. I have no cough, and j 1}' browned, then fold like
Will you kindly tell n e what la j omelet.
j Freshened salt fish may
I MAGNETIC HEALING g
=E Cures without the use of drags or £
jE electrical appliances nil chronic =
= dl&PUSPS. =
j= Consultation and Kxuralmitlon =
One hundred and fifty years ago || proft nnj jirs> j# Robertson =
an tracts with Individuals present until todav died Thomas Gray, the famous = "2" Eaat Fifth St. Maple 471 =
Ihe used up all of his contracts. He | poet. ; sniHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllKr
expressed himself as being more than a large delegation of British teach- _
pleased with the success of the meet- j ers sails from Liverpool today to at-
iBfc. 'tend the conference of Imperial!
Mr. Hyde stressed the value of co- | Teachers' Associations to be held at
operation, the value of marketing Toronto next month.
variety of interesting gifts, at prices that will surely
tempt you to buy.
Harvey Jewelry Co.
19 North Broadway
rleoe of «T*p vt «. llealM* esvUch nr Thl, m,k„ my ,kln
tough hart may he naed w hatever Is
k'ery aoft. and
rh hark may fta n*a « naiever « cauaas my h%nd« U, peraplre Will you
employed nhouTd be t!« d flrmly and kln<Jly t#u wts wb#t wllI Btop thl, p^r.
then a irtlrk ahooM be Inaerted under <pil-ilon?
the ligature and tightly twiated
A—Do not nee the chloride of lima end
1 Dr. Copt land will answer for read- . . .. ..
arm until . .l • have been practically removed.
rra of this paper que*turn* on medx- '
Tha wound ahould be a.icked out—no
harm will oome,lf the Thla I. too sir™, a eolation to
" " """ . on your hands. Tr, <™ahln, .Itl, a
are available. . t... itirf bruah and green aoap.
Permanganate of potaah cwtaii, li
they can be had. ahooM be rubr> d Into
patient ehould be kept
trta doctor arrivee. II I onl.v 18 fresh fish packed In cans,
Th.*re are rarioua wei ua> which may co/, hygtonrc ana sanitation svbjcots
he injected, but th«e aho-.ld be uaed by that are of general interest. Where j oven fo,k8 far from lhe 'sea mav en-
thedoctor. ! the subject of a letter is atw/i that it ^ a!1 thG delights of the various
~ ~ , r ; f be publish**1 - *^is column, i forms of shell fish.
Aiswers to Health Qoestions I Copeland will, when the -nestum That any canned food may be at
• " an Hess ** ° ProP*r 0ne> **^1" If®* personally, ! its best. It is necessary to remove the
oMIRReoently'i have been trouhi^w'ith */ ° self-addressed, stamped en- 'contents of the can to a china plate
rhllla, fever and headaehee. Will you relope is enclosed. Address ALL and allow the food to air for a
through one agency Instead of
through the present wasteful sys-
tem, the system that allowed 1,417
members of the board of trade of
Chicago alone, just on their commis-
sions, on grain alone, the sum of
$49,000,000 for the year of 1920. That
system, he said, could not be de-
The farmers and other business
men of Camargo and vicinity are de-
termined to organize and help the
United States Grain Growers do this
marketing. Watch Camargo go. They
believe that anything that will in-
crease the Income of the farmers will
aid the merchants, bankers, doctors,
teachers and preachers.
Whar thla might he and INQUIRIES to Dr. R. S. Copeland,
it to aor corfl 0f this office.
-Tour gymptom* eonnd like malaria r«wrlcM. I9fl.hr s««pieer Fniw Mia.
Destroy your old telephone direct-
ory after midnight tonight. I se the
The cinchona forest In .lava cov-
ers 25.000 acres. The larger part
of the world's supply of quinine
comes from that country.
couple of hours. Rinsing canned
lobster and crab with cold water
helps a bit. In fact, between the air-
I tng and the rinsing it is difficult to
The Lotted M«tes produce,, more ' „ vhen ,he sh<>11 ,g )n(0 #
copper than all the other nations 15alad or oth„ made |hat a
combined and more iron than any
other nation in the world
At birth the pulse of a normal in-
dividual beats 136 time a minute; at
the age of 30, seventy times.
Suppose, some warm evening,
when the man of the house is a bit
out of sorts, you surprise bim with
a crisp, cold lobster or crab salad.
Chill the plate you serve it on and
Destroy your old telephone direct,
ory after midnight tonight. I'se the j
Wliile a woman of I,acomb, Ore.,
was away from home to undergo a
surgical operation, neighbors who
realized that she would be unable
to return in time to take care of
berries during the canning season,
gathered the crop themselves and
canned 54 quarts of berries for her.
The general conference of Chris-.
tian Workers, one of the notable
summer religious assembles founded i
by Dwlght L. Moody, will open its j
annual session today at East North-
Bids will be opened by the United j
States shipping board today for the
sale of tho government fleet of 287
wooden vessels, which have been tied j
up near Newport News, Va., since the j
close of the war.
The triennial reunion of the Tower
family in America is to be held today |
at Hingham. Mass., in the old home-!
stead which was erected in 1664 and
has been occupied by members of the !
family for ten generations.
Chicago's Pageant of Progress ex-
position. for whi' h - laborate prepar-
ations have beeu made, is to be open-1
| ed today and continued to August j
14. The affair is intended to unfold j
to the public a vast panorama of the |
world's progress and to educate them '
to the achievements in every phase i
of human activity.
Why Pay Mere?
Suits Cleaned <a
and Tressed JL
Our recommendation to you:
Ten jears in business at
the same old address.
People's Cleaning Co.
J. E. MOORE, Prop.
Phone W. 6882 405 West «">th St.
Milwaukee is to have two women
Destroy yonr old telephone direct-
ory after midnight tonight. I'se the
. Three Lines-—Three Times—Thre^
| Dimes—Results—Phone Maple 7600. |
Advertising Sale of
30x3 Rihbed $8.40
30x3'/2 Non-Skid ...$9.75
All other tire, in proportion.
Subject to 5 per cent war tax.
Pay Cash anil Save
20% to 60%
229-81 >V. Reno ThoneW.8131
Friends of The Leader—
When in Oklahoma City stop at
THE EGBERT HOTEL
—In the heart of the city.
—Cosy, comfy and reasonable.
—Just the place for folks who
work for a living.
FRED HOLT and
DAVID J. DAVIS
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