Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 70, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 26, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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IN 01R ODD CORNER.
qleer things found
in the news.
Ma Hop ih< llarhiitry •# W«*«rtr
Ufkl m* l R ««ffce*4. U«« UU *
—1)«| M«|h Hli-
nt on the oth*r «i!* of ti* room waa
not quit* forgotten Hi" ipoke with
hit lawyer, who hail nken *11 steps ha
coat: iercd possible to brine about th«l*
reconciliation now in J then he threw
imploring glancaa upon the little wa-
man. which he did not se m 'o notica
at all. With him was a little Sky* ter-
rier. "Petit " who once was the declared
favorite of his wif* > bat now dtd not
receive any en •O'lragement front hn
former gra.tcus misires? The sma.l
doc looked from one to the other, and
THE YOUTHS' CORNER.
GOOD SHORT STORIES FOR BOYS
lutie Crwce'i T*«
HipMnl TIM — A v«e« l« Afrtrw.
IWtl-A ew.Wy I"I4HI -Aw la-
l«aio«« t' art ■ T •
=s^v H I AM SO GLAD evidently eouM not unti*r*tand
i tiught by her and glanced ap to hia
dime ! mistreos Sobb.ng loudly si* raised
To set off oar tip the do* and kissed him and as her
fami'iy spook husband miking good use of the oppo--
For now whea I tunity. went up toward her she mat
Kails him half way. and throwing her arms
Vnd re! chased off the grass. around his neck aobbed loudly on h'.s
They II «y;i -a • *-*« Police breast and promised him forgiveness
With sweet dimple !
Imbed her bon
ny brown hai
till it shone.
Put on her
With fine feather*
Aad went to the
This Utter came under Knimai notice,
and one Monday morning he mmmsced
the white men aad pat his foot down
effectually." He nlso put a stop to the
?ale of native beer. He said to hia
young men "You take the corn that
God has giren us in answer to prayer
and deetroy it. You not only destroy
it but you make stuff with it that
causra mischief among yon." Mr.
Hepburn sa..l to the Khama that he
thought this beer was regarded by the
people as food in some respects, and
Khama replied No: these are the
lies you missionaries are told aboul it.
It is all lies, and only lies. The drink
our people like is as oad among us m
yours is among you. If a man desires
to concoct any wickedness he uses beer
for his purpose. Every possible mii-
chief that men can work is done among
is by the means of the beer,
things that you missionaries have never
thought or h*ard of. So: w* may de-
ceive vou our missionaries, but we da
not deceive one another."
SCIENCE UP TO DATE. btlng mignifUd. The ®*tor* £
teen at figure a. Hla U*M
f'alandra granaria. The larva, that to.
INVENTIONS AND OISCOVSRIES ()m fofm M „ from th* *** la
shown at b The pupa for® l«
e. At (I la seen another insect, the r
OF RECENT ORIGIN.
|M HM| Tola T th*
of which la Oalandra oryia.
A Islatr lamp H«r *r — Ab.ll lo-
.ecu — Uum t>tt DImw — ■!*«• •■
Cillars far PUot*-
travel to W*: 7.a« '" 4
With talea of my Jukely brass.
for a Juki can drive in a coach mil
And enjoy things Bice and low.
And be Sred -y the neck from a green-
By the bounce of a burlesque show
I can do u? a to*n In Kenatcky brown.
And go on :he je :-* of a lark.
imi come ap on top m a bnash with a
For coasting a bike in the park.
Oh. I'm so g'ad I'm a Juke tnamma—
It's vulgar to go la a walk—
And it's quite tie swing for a Jukely
To make all the nobodies talk.
And at las' wt-n I'm through with it
And ha! every spec s of fun.
t ran give the ha-ha *.o M.ss Gai-ler-
An! wallow all over in mon'
The divorce of course. was out of the
question and he. slw aad both lawyers
adjourned to a near restaurant to cele-
brate the reunion brought about by t^ie
little Skye terrier -Ex.
*<e4. H.r I'.mt tl lfc*i
Hard times are driving the burg'.ars
>? Hi! s !a> ouaty M: :h.. to the verge
of the tomb wh'n they resort to such
means to provide for themselves an!
fax les their w iter supp of dothing
as lii tfcoae mlimght prowlers recently
in Cam iec A lady eighty years of ue
has for seme tim* rented her farm,
leaving her house farnijaed asd un^:-
cupie! living among ter children at
their h:na-as near y Among her po.s-
fnalons was a su trunk brought
over n the lone ago from her home In
Et/!aa The oi.l lady visited her
house, as she had *n in the habit o<
a<M* r.n u .1 Arl« a.
The regions of the Little Colorav.
river in Ariaona abound in wonderful
vegetable petrifactions whole forests
being founl in sotne places which are
hard as flint, but which look as if but
recently stripped of their foliage
Some of these stcne trees are sianding
jus' as natural as life, whi'.e oi".ers 4r^
piled across each other just like the
fallen monar-hs of a real wood forest.
Geologists say that these stone trees
were once covered to th" depth of 1 "0")
feet with mar' wfc h transformed '-hem
from wood to solid rock. This mar.,
after the lapse of ages washed out.
leaving some of the tr^es s anding in an
upright position. Th* majority o.
•hem however are rtled helter-skelter
in all directions, thousands of cords
being sometimes pi.ed up on an a%.re
Never newer before
Had the been to a store.
With no one to help her to buy;
And oh it was funny!
To spend all her money
For whatever she happened to spy.
But. a'.as' for her fun.
It hardly begun
It se med to the dear little spender,
When the money gave oat.
With no mamma about
A dime or a quarter to lend her
And oh *hat a pickle!
Not even a nickel
For car-fare had this little maiden.
So th shopman expressed her
To 44 Cheater.
With bundles and budgets we!l-!aden.
Latin ir« rice "and Vbia Invct la poular-
|y called the rice beetle becau- be waa
Drat discovered thla grain. There I
a .trlking similarity between thla oa*
and the one at a. but the reader wt I
ABE!, ask* *&*' notice that the thorai of a la long
special character- tuu|aall punctured.
isticii are indicated The granary weevil l« not an in er<
by a very slend r of recent discovery. It 1* *bou.
y loni. u history, and « hear of It anterior W
<>« 11owIb| Dirr.
Bob Burdette gives this iimp'.e rec-
ipe: "My homeless friend *ith the
. hromatic nose, wnile you are stirring
up the sugar in a ten-cent glass of gin,
let me give you a fact to wash down
with it Vou may say you have longed
for years for the free, independent life
of a farmer but you have never been
able to get money enough to buy a
But there is wh^re you are mistaken.
For some years you have been drinking
a good improved farm at the rate of
one hundred squire feet at a gulp •
vou doubt this statement figure it out
for vourself. An acre of land contains
43 m feet estimating for convenience,
tfca mi It « ; H an acre, you will see
Kat it brings the land to just one mi.l
No* pour do** tne
tapering fingers' the Christian era. It Pr"t*bly ®^
Answer Such a uaed Its wing*, but after many
band would on ries of Mjourn In the granarie* or man
general principles |t leetni to have lost that feature.
indicate a moder- wing* remain, hot h" D.°| 1
ate amount of deli- utrength to uae them. The head U P
tacy and refine- longed In front Into a long *nou .
ment but Other feature* might neutral- probed*, at the end of which ara
". this Very taper,ng finger*, es- mandibles; the antennae a,e elbowed
pecially at the tips, are by ^ e0nalderably
tborities said to indicate a paraimonl- The lava Is leg eas.
ous disposition But thia may be so .horter than the d 'It white n ^
counteracted by large benevolence that while the perfect ln*ect .a, Is
ita indicative value 1* almost, if not en- .hiny chestnut brown color The P R
tirelv lost In making estimate* of ,e) >s alio white, clear and
-hara-ter. not one Indication but many The report of the i' '
are to be taken Into account. In the tare thoi describe, their habKA
study of phrenology, for esample. one The female Picture, the gn*
may have Urge benevolence.^bnt^l d«o-ra
the farinaceous interior and undergo^
Whirl) Will To* T le.
•^ in the Saturdav .veiling Cs
pi«o«i^ in €t9T7-
A D«*l CM H«rs* *«« t-
Two farmers living near Wetappo
Fla fought a duel on horseba:k with
Wini-aesters a few days ago and one
man was killed and the other serioualy
wo-mded by two bullets. The men
tad quarreled ani ea h fcaa sworn that
he would kill the other on s gb' They
happened to mee- one day last we*k
on the high way both being mounted
ani both having their rifle- ffeej
opened fire on ea h ot -r ani tiree
shots were fired by ea.h t'ne aian
George phillips received all three of his
ibat everything about ^h-1 opponent's bullets, tae ta rvi peaetrat-
prem ses were in proper order the
other morning fin line v nr* a.l safe
and sr. g as -sua' For some una--
co'iatabie r-.i?^n -h-* wo .id ::p the old
-•lock in the k ' hen Now this old
'. .xe-p'.-ce hi - i s >nr on the man-
•he iwe .ng had been
and m. e What wis
t.:' nevt ng. to
-_ >w of her domicile
.ng h:- brain and killing him in-'inily
The other mia. J ? McLain as hit
by two bulleis and fell an onscious
from his horse as Sis aiversary drop??!
off ieai The dead a-an was marric!
only a month ago
te; ever si:
left to the
Sad a rear
exctyi the old trunk.
gone The poor 'tie woman sat down
on the foot of S*r high post bed where
the sox :- r -:a n- -as* their chadows
and gave way to a floo! of tears She
lUd for years her outfit prepared la the
event of her !*si:se thinking It the
w: «t an i best p an to fulfi '. the <'rip-
tural text that bid- is to pat our house
!• order Since the burglary ibe has
a family living in her reside ace in
vlarly hmWM ta let nature *ak i'«
course " taking ao though of the mor-
row heaee'or-h * to a re«pectab> bur-
ial oc'.y hot g that -he gr w«a.
warlro-' it he : ! tr ink centaiae.1
will sake thaa* burglars is comfort-
;. . have male ter had
tkey falftlled their orlgiMl alMlas.
•t*>e4 |.do «-« fee Towrte.. Tesr*.
Talk abou- a woman s will. In
rlrwM. „rlT Laas.ag Mich, tec ics a lady who has
an. !h« ci peti pa— ■ . j bea'. h and yet has a:'
* wmbias e.se disturbed it. i inr tn -Tee-
been outside tte daoryard for to irtee^
years On one occas.on when she re-
turned home too late to get sapper for
ter ft isband he grumbled aal sa .
tha- he hoped the n'it t.me that she
went out she would break her leg
This ed the woman to declare sh«
wo i.d newr again go o :'?■ !e the yar!
l^ter wh*n 'he husband die! of re-
morse prooah she 'oi.cwed ta* cas-
ket to the gate and refused to go tur-
ner aad from that tix' aaa never UT
\ — w-
e ike M«. kiweer.
>« * TPel the big
•aler wheel which ruoa the HaQott I
I • 7 >v a: K ^'rheJ1 l>"ng
1st in 1 "-n' r an i is a ron'.t
the - «n w - left Ir. "er larkaeM
while ill bands ga'here^ to las tat la I
tik -g the wr g«',-g <* s from the m -
V 'an'een wa r*o>"ired and e«e «<
iji. men went down uqder the building
te make in eii-nma- At irst be
tkMght that the body of a maa had .
*.fi can a' la the wlee I'pea lavea-
t g> on it wis ! md that a oo:.d mass
of live re l ta .'h •'
flul aad became m im bedded ta it as
lacoxr *' « ti. m 'htaer They
« ed ' e b< «•' w.tb their wrtMl ng
bod.e. la'o t iei d «>airm ig um
They lay la lasers aroiiad the at:* ant
tie whole Interior of the wkee|-boi«e
- ho* \fter the w«'.f
• as shut down the wheel was eaaily ac-
^wooihle in I tv* peopie made I rild or
Mia There wee. eelo Here of all
•lie. sad *ir e( •« big eela little eel.
f*| eela aid po"' eels <e«ag ee'l lad
old eels aad shi *<gv *i* n «t
before (pea «ei e af the lilpperT Ish
•ere immeaie ta • t* i >-te i a<i«'-et
•olghlni e«w*ea tt. aa l lea po>i d«
At W v' l" I' •< *"* * •'*
lot to *P*a> of tW keadeeda taal ea-
A H«eW. U
John Mar' .r.o of R
ho-«e and arr ag' abou'. three «
igo and s ipposed :h. ^-■n 'c ' *
atelett He a-iver' i a.l n:a.-
gent Inquiry, all to no p irpooo. 1
B the wo^-is aea- h 1 h#
ere-1 tt jorse a'ani
The hO**e wis I xer >t' '1 ?r®m
*e\en'een liya fi * hiiea-eno"
a ll-ge g.m tree w1- h was or.'t
•bug e-i'b'e w-ltia "a'k Tbe gaia-a
was ake 'm. an' i-ed for lad
likely recover, d
lav fife a? follows
1|- • •— -z UM I* c ®
merchant. I lifted my eyes and four.1
mvse'f confronted with the brightes'
tnd molt thrilling temperance lecture
[ ever s'e-r**d myself against In th-
whole course of my life. It was an in-
scription marked with a pen on the
back of a postal card nailed to the des-c.
The inscription read as follows
Which? Wife or whisky * The bab^s
ir the bottles? Home or bell*
Where did you g«t that and what dil
you nail it there for?" I asked the
"I wrote that myself and nailed
up there " was hi3 reply, "and 1 *
tell you the story of that card. Son-
lime ago I found myself falling in
a drinking hab.t. I would run out on -
in awhile with a t.siting customer
at the invitation of a traveling E'-
er on every slight offered I soon four. -
tha: my business faculties were be-
coming dulled, thit my stomach as
continually out of sorts my appetite
fa::.ni and a constant craving for ai-
cohoiic st.x "lanu becoming dominan'
I saw tears in the eyea of my wiie.
w under depicted on the faces of the
; chi'irer. and th«n I took a long lock
ahea ' One day I sat down at thia desk
and half unconscio usly wrote the in-
scription on that card On looking a.
:t upon its completion, its awful reTe'.a-
:ion burst upon me like a flash. I
nailed It up there and read It over a
hundred tix s that afternoon That
r:gbt I w-nt Some sober and 1 hav n:'
tou hed a drop of latoaicarng li-iaor
1-nce Vou see bow starJiag ia its ■ -
literaiion Now ! have no literary pr<^
clivmes and I regard that card as an
inspi.-a-.on it 'icaks out three v -
emn vrarnings every time I look it tt.
The fire: is a voire from the a.tar th
second fr?m tbe crad.e. aad the th.r:
and las? from— "
Here my friend • earnestne** leef-
en d " J a v '31 .hiking of ".e leal
>al with thit he resumed his work.
per square foot.
fi rv lose an ! imigine you i
:r.g f-wr-v : '• _ n ,r-' ' ""
vour fri-nds and have them h-!p yon
g-,!p down that 5«)-foot garden Get
nn a orolongwi spr«- some day and -e -
ho* long it will take to swallow a pas-
ture land to feed .1 cow Put down^that
i a s of gin. there is dirt in it
Hundred f-et of good, rich dirt, won*
Jl* 5* per acre."
may be ro overwhelmingly
the b^n^voleiK* portion of the nat'Jre
is entirely oversh*1ow*<i.
rithin the halt In
An |ECrnloai> C««-
One Of the temperance pipers
the following story
One woman determined that her hi -
band should know how he looked when
he was drunk. She kn « tow h
■ooked wen enough and needed not. tnat
lav man should tell her Her chl dren
also knew bv sad experience, but the
man himself had a very imperfect iuea
of the state of the cas
So once when
its transformations 1
wheat, barley and other small grains, a
A PoMlblo Co.. Of
Eels have, within the past few years
multiplied rapidly in many localities.
and a great number of them have been
taken out of the water-pipe* of our
cities. In some instances fish have
been found in the pipes, and living
creatures of various sort* are not in-
frequently thrown out by the force of
the water. Of course the«e fish ge* In-
to the fcrgrr mains, th'n by tremendou-
pressnre are forcM into the sma.^r
ones, thence into 'he pipes which thev
sometimes entirely nil up shutting off
the water as effectually as 'hough they
were pluggel up. A considerable
amount of sickness in one place r.as
been attributed by th* residents to this
state of affairs. If these creatures can
get into the pipes, sticks and other ar-
ticles can get in ilso and in one in-
stance some small limbs of trees had
lodged across the entrance to a pipe
and wedged in be'ween tt-se were the (
remains of eels fishes and frogs The
people living in the district fed by this ^ kernels, gnawing into them for food
pipe had been for some time using *a- shelter."
ter literally strained through decorn- -j-jje best mode of extermination is by
posed anima' matter That there were m(,an3 0; bisulphide of carbon, placed
illness and death was not at all re- , ^ by means of a tube. Care
markable There shoull be some jhoal(1 ^ „'ercised to lecure oni)
means by which ptpei could be ex- ttAB<Urd quailt)-. probably this will
amined. Opening a hydrant is all very ^ doa<> by getting some that U
ell. but who is able to say what nay especially for this purpose as it U
single lava inhabits a kernel but a ker-
nel of maze furnishes food for several
individuals. The chief injury done bj
the granary weevil is to wheat. mi«
and barley, but it also attacks other
,1 grains. Unlike the moths that attack
grain, the adult weevils feed also upon
he came home aad fell into a maudlin
slumber she **nt for in* photofrap^r
■o come forthw-.th. and on hia arrival ^ _ _ .
before him hi? work. Sh* or- ^ i^iced at ihe mouth of the pipe That mQre j,kely ,0 ^ 0f tren«t-
ographer to photocrapn the hy trant* As far as kc*pinf ^ce brand raliei Fumi ia manufa •
out injurious matter t§ concerned the i tunNj by e^ward r. Taylor of Cleve-
provislons are in many criminal- j aaj Jg probably flrs*-class
it inadequate. People drink water ic
a sort of fo-it-blini way many times
without thinking of the ^nrr that
may lurk in it. ani ^v^n though they
might sasp^" it. ar* utterly power-
'*sj to rem^'iy the evil
dered the photo
her husband as he ?a: in
Th« photographer did his
did it w -1' and when the photograph
WK fin-Shed ind laid ber.de the bus- |
band i pUce at breakfast it was a reve-
and the sobered gent'.eman ex- ■
d^id^dly new sensation.
! of explanation, the
[■self. There as no
on. the sun telll
There was no room for argu-
erery respect A little work early in
the seas-m may save a grt-at deal later
on.—Farmer s Review.
Th«re was no n
chance for contra!
(lvlre-Ollai. «r ru
Mirk Twi n wao recently s'ar'.ed on
a tour round the world, '.oil in inter-
Ji-wer at Winnipeg now he often te .
i.«—to ut loose from Ilviliia'.ion.
an, " g-' I*- by him" f -here he
could run ml yell to Mi heart, con-
'n this consecr.cn there is i
,--rv j:-: ." tie i-=:r:-- 1S' CiaoB
Walk.ng ilong th
\|ark f# the
on him with irresi.'
•o Kings ey. I wat
To go into a itrange country an 1 b«
infamilur with the alter native. ne.:«a
The eiper ment stations have been sary in emergencies is to nart out on j
growing p art's nJer the ,tHne.ce of dangerous exped.uon
•lectrtcitv Sox- garliL vegetables are for the hip. and ni.haps of t* h .
injure-i if not entirely spoH*4 bv ♦!«,- tour. There ., nothing more
ra-o-s peas, crew spinach to in explorer than a horough know
and some others were not parti ulirly | edge of botany and bush lore
streets one diy
se to yell coming
ble force lid laid
i to yell. I muit
• Bd '*
i. i •«
Tbe nn"ef of |
Iowa will bo oae of lat'iim to MM H
fore the aext ioooi«a of tbe WcMMara.
ti. lake. ki e beea dri.aei ir a
great miny ciioo b■ 'V > '*r« oho
cat if the laal o" .pled by them i^l
w l k to spe'ttlaton At a>m- t all
( the .ike. ia tbe tin can bo draiae-l
•tere la • aataral 4es:r« to .'Op tho
practice bofoe. It r ' 'irtber e.pe-
,-tally ii 'hare ire H« too *aay tioa
of fr^a Oiter to be fooad la 'he .'a'e
IW. I IWI.I. *•••
Hir.m Hoeriad r a IVigbaeep
* tew b l
W tfce tmr
••II aaeoa 'a
l«M4 a be
Mara of tbe bo'M
Y i.e.er ia d be*
ia4 'arrteo bM moae
bo iw ia a M>fc*t
I<im ao he im ti*J
II. otere 4eee a t
with tte aee .'ia •
. .ape-t ttrowgk ia
Tb. bosbet sajois*
too revolt.ra TV
k 4i «' . •« boahi
to ia4 from hie
Tbe eifeer a4It
I.aet 400a to llrl
ef graibM i* ia I
I VmM) w eie.
t >«t b'.sse^ ■ -
:h« c!d o!d noey ti tb«;
.- ■-ri'o«vi ►y th* 5
■a' aad weik as
is • ni h'
The I'lr s'iia llicl'* '" '
r .-vy gri.pe-1 tk essence «
tuatty ai tot owa:
Caa't 4e It t* i igi
I m i v«; iier a« " w4 ea*
ye. i ^ '■*.i Hk* I s* * " * .e
•S' « 'k '.g rep
I MS 'be-«b l l ' * Mai' n
I. I sit i gn-.e^c %■*.• f lad loo.—1
I'-i moevea ie « m m>
ipon aa4 Im oia to 0* .vr-
th ng ea tbe Half* if*** t« •
be tayi to That woo t 'a.t loaa
wid i )ai* eli' till r*^ re II boa
' 1 I I" ' •«' ' 'I' 1= • 1 ' '
•ometkia tm ao,n
Xe. mr 'apta' «•'* f*** 1 •***
aad I woo i " IT** I «• ' "era .
go a tbe i* 104 If t m llk l? 10 l«eo. It
iay time | II Juet call to btm Me • >
wan aotckia to loo ll aav oe o« ao
.. ii«r. a**d belt Hell beta oe'oOt
aovikioa I* • teM me to 4o
vte«V4 <bat BMi' et^r ' «*«•«
■ in bat. mere e« th e l'a4 of trws
a <w a *ot *emaioa4er'
The 'a-o- d
I doa t mitd.""
"And W'tb ti
«t.;.pe4 bark a f*
my am above a
e -^a tbat too.
it', ia aoo -im*
i--a K ii'
roaa4 d by a ma
■ea. oh* wiare
tbe i"*r I i-
. jeil iwiy;
• said Mirk I
. i 4 tbrow'og
« b*al let eat I wir-
; be heard for milea.
tbaa yoa row 14 ceaal
od myieif wer* iuf*
t • j i* of aniioua fill.
it w t*
of I eoa
>oi orewrred r~eatlv
ie cowet 4 1.4t
bad fight b*e
.1 tea lo 0*0 Of lie
It ike Herat efeeo
fte eeo^w't—e - *.. a 4lva**e ♦wi*
por*i*« >pp*af*4 *ar!v *a tbe lit
tbe Ifiol wo* fo .erne if OHb *b*'t
laev.r. Tbe OI'I irrlvod 4ew**-< ia
•etraloa <rl-4 «o ooooot io4i«*reat
b.i> *|e tr' fcl'a# 4*ea oa-e 1*1 * •>•
WMtHM. 0'" k e'H -* *iU *
thief proved tM
4 |iwl*e*e. feltwai...
II oa >*iai i to tee* p * • aear
iu-"-td Vb * 'fa" }«mg 4 lata
tb* eog a of a a*'ab«* . a1'* I a *
tr**ae>ag 'bt** 4ov. r * «a* l *-*I
..*• at it It t-wo ea •* •*t1* Tb>«
aomo4 the boe* * aa4 t *t ra« m-
bet b* l|l< 00 *||| aoboted
|eol oatil b«fb *wa«**«.0'. Oeee ^*I«H
e oo4 b*it**4 ta'« «.ik|it.y .*
S. ibae oae "tl*i« lb) i**4
L i it> w m wt
a Men.11 >ti n «let
to bfrvaa i«' Ktiat of *b*
m. g. • be I* aoo rovtaa j*4n •*
i *• pero#re nKmn of I. pbaiao
tvpe It 10 I *-**.' OO obe b*r he *
ael ab*o io taarb ao me** •( tbe tr*
>mn i af eiaUMaima -bo* a. w
,kU 10 1*0 b bim M* « *.*4 b-ei—"
i ai *e4 *a*«v *e n.
Tb* D*t I ft Htiaft it l o b*%
fei.-t tea** a kbiao • reea r* "
Ik be mo -01*4 >be al<te *—• ••-
•>•<!•*. ab4 *ai4 W o* H ••« bo
i *Hab W tbe teaa tb* a H*
wev afged ' * «.. *1 *' M4 *<«OI
i *o*il* ' |0« a'«4 to wo- W*a4> bMag
i urt aoM be O e e* e
! 4rw*b#9a**o TV beaadv Ofr vwt i.f
I gf o ■ b* «'aab*oaea. lenoaea
pa* Hee «.t t'wi*
t tf nii'et, all la vanity.
ptr+rft ol A mrt*
•tei'wa af ib* tact that all
i" 4 peo.r without '.d
31 lew. tad vip'i ippeora
a s«pe.*«ai- oa**dot
\ *ea N ip"'*oa wii ia ' •• s ■>• t
Tit; aad lorraeaded by a
n„„„Hat*if af tb* «!'•* ' ia-1
.. of th* empir. b* • * a«k*4
obit dOT b* co*oi4er*4 te bove beea
ba.i of h.i !* tab*a i-l rl*
«e*t*4 tilt be ae«14 tia« tbe erca. oa
44 mo* glenewo vietory a* "lo' great
• . -r imph of wa* oari*: * *
wr*a of e<h*f *lg*ol 'e^wga 'lea of
ia4 peo.r ho oa*o*r*4
h.ptiaot aa af *p ii o *ao th* 4a o«
my I'M -ea-a-ia.ee At a r.p i n
%%'t4 —a b*re ea. « g*a*rai • 'I*.
0b*a a* id -d oe l'Oll«**'' I **t
ib*a ia ia *^at «bi.4
vitufa-t.orv Lettuce was wonderful y
■timulated but it wi, d .covered tha'
it must not be continuillv eipo *d to
the Ugh: It is itated '.hi' plants m is'
live a certain imoun' of darkness in j
wler to flouriib One luthority de-
clare! that plants gither during the j
laytime for *s tbat th*y util'i* larlng
th* dirknesa of the night However
tbii mav be it ii tnie that p anti do
better wh*n they pass some portion «'
24 houn Im dirkneas. Among the oar-
iv ei>erlaien'i were thoe* tried In I'll
hv Be'kens'eincr who p! -ed a ser
of wir*s •* 'hv tt* electricity c0 .Id
-«m in -ootac* with th -oo-s of ta*
plaati Puring a tbunder.torm th*e*
were «park« 'hrown out from the wlrc«
i-d this creited luck coonerration In
•he ne gi'v'iiO'i 'hit h* f*ar*4 to con-
tiaao tb* trial, t'nder th* Influence oi
eiectrteity flower, bloom tr.'ich wiier
• nd idee 8n*r in 1 more brilliant color
„t •• . Howe--- ("Wn I1WIVI
te ia'*rp«*e gi.'S between the light
aad tbe plaat ii th* nikct llgkt li too
I bright lad laj ire. tb* fellag*
A •mt'tf 9 •mp
a lean i'i firing roiepiai of N.w
1 irk I* latroduciig i o*w isiap b<irn*r
'or keeosefie laitl('. I< • lOWa 10 th*
1 cat ahKh thev rial* l* ahoaiutoly bob
' .tplo.iv* and th* r*puti'ioo thli eom
informiHac of thii wrt woall hi*-
saved many a life and would hiv
iparevl many travelers mu h piin d-
lay and wearineso. Saiare pro*ul«
'-ompeniations m all of the grea: ei
tremeo of climate and condition.. Therv
ar* region! where water in th* wi>
of iprmgi in 1 i-reami is praciically un
known, but all through these dry placei
grow witer tr*e. that yield a bonn"
ful supply to thoM who ucderaiand tb'
peculiarittea of thu form of vegetation
A variety of eucalyytoa. a tree know
a. the de -rt oak. aad vartetleo o
-aieia ore water tree. A party o
• riveller. were pa^eiag over oa* of th*
wirerlev* d itrlcii of Auotril'.a wh n
by on iccideat. th*r fount tb*mie.>'
I long dlitance Ironi their )ourn >
end and ilmoot pershing with thir«
Suddenly one of the party, with i
.bout dished off toward a damp c
troea c umg to hi. coaipamoai to fo
loo With de.perile haate be tkrv*
himself from the sadd e and dtgg'ini
with k'« bind, in tbe s.nd it tbe f ■
of one of the tree, be drew ogg a Inn
.preading root Thia lv* cat la pic
in I gave to hi* compomooi Itock o'
pat on end of tb* root ia hi* mou't
in I r.l 4 tbe other ea I ibove hi. hcv I
I moMt del "11 4rilk of curl oi -
poured from the root a piece two f~
leng balding galto eaengh for o i
4rnigbt The wit*e hog* were tUoi
and evea th* horwo qu*acbed tb'U
tkirat la tkia aov.l waj
bo iHtow a ..i.e. e-
Ao accouat af iko great araUacb* t
(mi .i .ad
mi • * «,*"* mmmm
\ \ i i V aoagorfal paa*r of aaiara a boa u
' • i i. ill * / f i bo ^milbriam of forreo M loot i
I ' tremeadouo mas* of Ice aad *•*• •"
_ X ^ •« ia aa .Imo.' v.r • poeitloa
ta* bMi lea ta.'i
Tan. = or* vom* 'Tir' boy! o* ' 10
little lioallioa' M I^WfUp tlrvo,
Tir*4 af th* ta* 4
-ae* iiag taut Ml IMMNI *0 IM
m «o« 1*1 4o*M*4 to 4'g 0 o*l *af
I* fo«e ■*>*.'* ot e* **0
> a— - .- • i • <
r.• Ixl a** fotabol* ta <b ' '• 4
M> fioa 0*4 a *••>■' ag f- ag * .t-a*.
I o.-** o.- • Tb* ♦* Be#
t .*iv e • I tg ii ■** *b* en MOg
- - m a i v •' w''#
. , ... , .e..'*4
. • * i-.og k
poat bear* .howid a.k* Ibetr rlalmo
aeftky of ewirtteestun The l.irp
-aa bo fegl|e4 a It boat eemaviag the
bwraer and ia ••* of oaertwraiag bp
B*cl4*at tb* lomp • if filicolly oa
I|agnlobo4 Befeeo tbe oog'e W raAeleat
to allow tbe all to r*a b !bo bwraer
Tboro ire «ev*a 4lotiK*t polet* of merit
0*e* lbe ordiaiey birae- lad tll*B
%1 leg**bee It M ll lo be I talWBbl* M
ie.T*a a' m a abiveewaiif a*H tr
aearlr a mile Tb* aarraior mm '
•ppreiimate id-1 ot th* migaliw^*
ike forv«* at warh mat be fa*a^"i
rea.i'teriag thai thla mo«* of *• wb
h i k wo* *<tail lo ••* iad a half tig"
tkai of ih* greol pvramli af Ka-
■awpt 4eoa o mowat*ia.l4e Ihrowg
vortleal beigbt eawal ta lea time,
height of the pit.mid a* I IB *• 4"
a. amf*d a a me«tam ihol carr-e4
of abwwt .we ihevHaad !•" ^aad-
M la I bo ereot of tb* eppeelt* gN«
«ia b f**o tt (aaily fell h*rh
•f rest IB tb* valley b^w* "
tg 'he tme *f tear w ea tae
fkrase* Mill leg • te ^ aee*ve4 bv tae
gPglg bib boe'le *. ««v* g*er I *
t*o«< fee |t -wt the* Ig uaie p.«' s*4
bora aa r.Mia la •age'1 leoo ir*wbi*
w >to Newee «* am feel 4**r*tb* the
nlvrttea The M*e of I be IB***1*
vr« vg«# w*0 M If t •
tm a little impe*tia*ai bwt «r '
lo* g-t M mweb lbe loot of gH lb*'
giwot veaior* a *w*atiea
Ire yvka o g>a->em** #e'*g g* 1 •
M by 'ge |HtM Hro abl li e tt a lo4t gwog b* yvi ag"
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Perry & Welch. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 70, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 26, 1896, newspaper, July 26, 1896; Perry, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111816/m1/4/: accessed April 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.