The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 9, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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Forgetful Youngster Could Only Stand
at School Gate and Mourn His
In one of the Western towns where
there Is a large per cent of foreign
population considerable difficulty was
experienced In getting the registra-
tion of allen women. An Instructor in
the playground In the foreign district
offered her assistance, and In order to
gain a better knowledge of the com-
munity gave out printed slips to the
children on which they were to write
their names, ages and places of birth,
Hiid the same of their fathers and
mothers. She told all the youngsters
explicitly that tfiey must bring the pa-
pers back jvitli Ihetn in the afternoon.
When the children returned one
little fellow stood forlornly at the
gate. To all Invitations to enter he
shook his head stubbornly. One of the
assistant's finally went to him. "Come
on in," she coaxed. "We are going to
learn a wonderful new game this af-
ternoon. Don't you want to help us?"
"No, ma'am, teacher," he said, and
big tears rolled down his cheeks. "No,
ma'am, I dassent even come In, 'cause
I ain't got my excuse for being
"I hear she's going to marry n fa-
"Yes. First time a queen ever look
A Cool Breakfast
for warm weather
(Made Of G>rn)-(
"I'm your master I Do you know It
now?" he demanded.
She did not answer him. lie looked
at the red marks left by his fingers
on her cheek, and the sight aroused in
blm a fresh, demoniac passion. Hj
raved, lie shouted all the secrets of
his life to her. He, the thief, the
outlaw, had conquered the world!
Why should he fulfill his compact to
keep the monsters within the bounds
of Skjold fjord?
He had at first intended to. He had
abandoned, under the sway of Ids pns-
alon for the girl, his dreams of world
conquest. With Ida's love, he hod even
Indulged In the Idea of becoming an
ordinary man. He had meant to take
her to America and lose his Identity
there in some peaceful existence.
He had recognized that It is this
same Impulse which fills the world
with oxen for men, patient beasts who
might, with single-hearted purpose, be-
come lords of their fate. But he had
weighed his new hopes with the past
and found them heavier.
Then the girl's coldness, her Indif-
ference, had convinced him tliut win-
ning love was quite different from in-
venting scientific apparatus and dis-
covering new laws. During the long,
silent voyage to Norway he had real-
lied that he could never win her. He
could embrace only a cold form whose
heart was another's.
And, with the awakening from his
dream, the worst in the man—If one
quality was worse than another—had
come to the top. Ho meant to keep
Id* and still achieve his purpose.
Donald's maneuver In bringing the
herd to Norway by the submarine
method had completely deceived Mac-
Beard. He had thought all along that
the monsters had followed hla motor-
boat in obedience to his tuning fork.
He had not heard the call of the
gueen. because Its swift vibrations
Wero audible as sound only for a very
limited distance, In spite of their effect
upon the men of the F55.
Now he resolved to lead the herd
back to the European shores and com-
plete his work of destruction. He had
Scattered the obsolete navy that was
sent out against him. He would go on
Ward with no Idea of mercy. He would
annihilate humanity. He would make
himself sole master of mankind.
And Ida should be his mate, but
Dot bis equal, as he had planned. He
Would vent his rage on her. He would
feach her Ills powers. When he was
the only other human being existent,
then perhaps she would begin to un-
derstand. He shouted all this to her,
He overwhelmed her with sarcasm and
Ida, however, missed the keenness
f the poluts he made. She saw only
* madman, foaming at the mouth, and
she took pride in her sacrifice. She
looked back toward Donald. She saw
him between the two other figures
upon the shore, very little, nnd very
MacBcard saw the look and under-
stood. He raised his hand again to.
strike her, but he refrained. Instead,
ho reached Into the cabin of the mo-
torboat and took his tuning forks
from under the seat. And by that act
of treachery he wrote the last page
of his history.
He slung them about his neck, and.
taking the rod, he sounded the G note
to call the swarm together.
The note rang true ncross the wa-
ters. Exhausted by their efforts, the
monsters were incapable any longer of
condensing the hydrogen, but the Im-
pulse to reply remained. From every
part of the Inland sea they swarmed
The sea rose into a choppy surge.
The motorboat, riding the wnves like
a cork, heaved and pitched. Ida saw
MacBcard, his eyes alight with tri-
umph, his face blaring with hatred,
now above her, and now below, as he
sat In the pitching stern.
But the death of the queen had been
the death-call of the swarm; Instinc-
tively they were aware of It, and the
single purpose that had animated the
herd was gone. Anarchy had replaced
order. The swarm had become mere
blind mechanism, and devoid of pur-
Anarchy possessed them, and It was
furious, as everywhere. So It Is In the
state, when It obtains power. So In
the human body, when the cells rebel |
and organized life Hares out
swarm came on, a mere dlscordunt
MacBeard, seated In the stern, felt
five sharp pricks upon the hand thnt
dangled toward the water. He drew It
. back hurriedly. He Imagined thnt
some Insect had stung him. Then a
flipper lashed him across the fact.
Two more seized him about the body.
An Instant later, and he was out of
i the boat, which, released from his
weight and from the sea devils, righted
Itself again. Then he began the strug-
gle for life which he had always
feared. The nightmare that had brood-
ed over his dreams had at last come
true. The Infuriated monsters had
turned upon the author of the call!
He clung to the gunwale, calling
wildly for aid. He heard Ida's screams.
He knew that her Impulse was to save
him. Perhaps that was at bitter as
the physical torment; perhaps some
Inkling of n higher law did reach his
mind before the end.
But If it did. It was only a momen-
tary flash nf Insight.
He felt the cold embrace of the leath-
ery bodies. He heard the snapping
Jaws. He was torn from his hold.
planation," Donald replied. "I can't
see why we shouldn't have. It's too
preposterous—all that about the sea
devils and that harmless crank Mac-
Beard. who used to have newspaper
rows with poor old Masterman. As
likely as not we'll see him haunting
the Inventors' club when we get back,
shrieking, and tossed Into the air, from i quite Ignorant of the part he has
beast to beast. Ills cries were so fren-
zied that they even reached the ears
of those who watched on the shore.
He shrieked and fought, but he had
as much chance for life as primitive
man caught by a herd of dinosaurs.
For a few moments his bobbing body
was visible, grotesquely sprawled upon
the reddening wnves. Then It was rent
limb from limb.
It disappeared, and, fighting over
their prey, the sea devils played the
Inst act of their own drama. They fell
upon each other. It was the tragedy
of the hive—the annual massacre of j
the drones; only they were all drones, j
Nature had no more use for them, now i
thnt their queen was gone.
Never had such a spectacle been
seen by man before. The entire face
of the Inland sea was a tumult of
fighting monsters. The dead grew Into
visibility as they became thicker. The
floating patches of white almost ob-
scured the waves. And still the fight
became more frenzied.
They tore each other and them-
selves, they lashed the waves Into
fonin; animal debris floated from end
to end of the fjord. As the dead drift-
ed toward the shore the struggle be-
came more furious In the heart of the
Gradually It subsided. The last of
the herd was gone. The battle that
was to decide the fate of the world
had been a civil one, and fought out
without mnn's agency.
The lnsh of the waves drove the
light motorboat toward the cliffs. It
stranded not five hundred feet from
where Donald and his friends, awe-
struck, had watched the progress of
the titanic conflict. They ran toward
It and pulled Ida from the thwarts. It
had seemed Incredible that she could
For a long time she lay motionless.
Drenched with the brackish water, her
played In our lives. You know dreams
do do that—they put Inconsequential
people into absurdly Important posi-
"But—hang it, Donald, how does
Miss Kennedy happen to he here?"
"Why, wasn't she on board the Be-
otia?" Donald replied. "At any rate.
If It's all true, what have we got to
show for It?"
He had placed his arm across his
breast, and at that moment he felt the
crinkle of dampened paper In his Inner
pocket. He pulled out—the two pages
of Masterman's letter.
Donald unfolded It. It was quite
legible, In spite of the stains of sen
water; but now for the first time he
realized that he held not one page, but
two. They had become stuck together
In some manner, and Donald had not
perused the second page.
It was In the form of a postscript,
and was the last sheet of the original
manuscript, which Masterman, in his
characteristic way, had inserted after
the first. He had written:
But thank Ood, Donald, mj boy. man
will triumph after all. I thought the mon-
sters were Invulnerable, that nothing
could oppose them. But the F-ord knew
what he wua doing when he made them.
There will be only three weeks of suf-
fering for man. Donald—three weeks.
V'or the creatures live for their queen;
they can hardly be said to have Indepen-
dent life They are sterile, like the bees,
and the queen has a life-span of three
weeks alone. When she dies the old
unarm destroys Itself. If the queen can
be captured, all will be well. The queen
has three weeks tn which to grow to ma-
turity fulfil the purpoa* of her existence, j
What a tragedy! Of <our e time may
seem longer to her, but we deem our sev-
enty years all too short. We are saved.
The letter rambled on, hut Donald,
without finishing it, hnnded It to Da-
vies, who rend It and gave it back.
"If MacBeard had known that—" he
"I think that 'If Is the ro<*k o«
which he foundered," answered Don-
ald. "He worked out everything ;
mathematically, but he Ignored the
larger purpose of the Creator."
"Aye, aye, sir!" Interpolated Sam
Clouts, feeling In his pocket. "If you'll
excuse me, sir, that motorboat seems
wreck-proof, and I'd like to see wheth-
er It's still in good enough order to
take us home."
Which proved to be the case.
I Liven up your sluggish liver! Feeli
fine and cheerful; make your work a
I pleasure; be vigorous and full of am-
bition. But take no nasty, dangerous
1 calomcl, because it makes you sick
and you may lose a day's work,
j Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver,
! which causes necrosis of the bones.
J Calomel crashes into sour bile like
' dynamite, breaking It up. That's when
,vou feel that awful nausea and cramp-
j I.lsten to me ! If you want to enjoy
; the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
j cleansing you ever experienced, Just
j take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
j Liver Tone tonight. Tour druggist or
dealer sells you a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents under my
"How was that photographer's suit
"I don't know, bvit I suppose It was
tried in camera."
personal money-back guarantee that
oath spoonful will clean your sluggish
liver better than a dose of nasty calo-
mel and that it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know It next morn-
ing, because you will wake up feeling
line, your liver will be working; head-
ache and dizziness gone; stomach will
be sweet and bowels regular.
Dodson's I.lver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Give It to your children.
Millions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone Instead of dangerous calo-
mel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of calomel Is almost
stopped entirely here.—Adv.
As a rule It isn't the best looking
woman who tries to look her best.
After smiling at a compliment the
wise woman proceeds to forget It.
"I'm Your Master! Do You Know It
hair unbound, she seemed to sleep In
Donald's arms, while he and Davles
worked frantically to revive her.
Davles raised his head at last and
looked at Donald fixedly. Donald re-
fused to meet his gaze.
They set to work again. For two
hours longer they went through the
movements of the resuscitation of the
drowned. They stopped at last, ex-
hausted. Davles laid his hand on Don-
ald's shoulder; this time It was he
who could not meet his friend's look.
Suddenly they heard Clouts shout-
ing. mad with Joy.
"Look, sir I Mr. Davles, look I" he
They swung around. The girl's eyes
had opened, and there was recognition
She drew the first faint breath; her
| weak arms stole round Donald's neck.
And in the universal Joy nobody
minded Clouts' month organ, as he
blew "Home, Sweet Home."
"Hooray!" he yelled, tossing up his
The i ca'' at (*le finale. "Mr. Davles, sir, It's
Just as I told you. Isn't It? We've
brought her back to life, and now we're
going to wnke up ourselves."
"What do you mean, Clouts?" asked
"Why, sir, don't you see? We've
IMPORTANT TO BE ON TIME
Even the Biggest Men of Affairs Ar.
range Their Business on Punctu-
ality as Safe Guide.
A young Kentucklan lost a hlg foi*
tune by being 20 minutes late In keep-
ing a business engagement, according
to the Chrlstan Herald.
The cheerless old fellow with th«
scythe always gets all that Is coming
to him. And there Is many a bad scar
on our fortunes where he has had to
prod us up to the mark.
Time is cheap and we nre apt to
think we can filch it as we will. But
it Is always ourselves we rob, not
Maybe you can waste your own time
by being late In keeping engagements
and feel that the loss, If any, is your
own affair. But It also Is the affair of
the man you keep waiting. You wast#
his time, too. If your time is worth-
less, maybe his Is not. He may con-
clude that his time is worth more to
him than you are.
In many cases It may not matter
much. But one never knows until af-
terward whether It matters or not
And through false politeness we are
usually assured that It does not mat-
ter even when It does.
Only the Idle and careless, whose
time Is of the least value, can afford to
waste It by looseness In keeping en-
It may be hnrd to acquire the fixed
habit of always being on time, but it
can be done, and it is worth while to
Great business men have this habit.
Men of great affairs, whose time is
most completely taken up, are usually
on time. It Is they who know best the
value of time and the Importance of
saving It by being prompt.
For framing a single photograph for
..v, tij , , ... _ the wall, a novel Idea Is to place It In
Just been picked up and landed from . ' . . , . i._„„
, , , the upper part of a moderately large
the Beotla. And we've been tjreamlng ™ i ri..._ ,h„
nil sorts of deliriums about sea mon-, |
sters, and suchlike. If I might he al-1
lowed, sir, I'll put It to Captain Paget, i
Ain't we just been rescued after tor- .
pedoing the cruiser, sir?" he asked.
"Ain't the whole thing a dream?"
mat. When the picture Is in sepia, the
mat should be In ,tan or brown, the
frame brown or gold. When the photo
grnph Is gray the mat should be also
with a grny or gold frame. A wide
gray frame sometimes takes the place
Donald looked up. "I don't know, j °fThe'fmck bonrd may be covered with
Clouts," he said, "I think you may be
right. But it's a happy one."
Davles looked nt him tn dismay.
"Do you really mean thnt, Donald?"
be asked. "Do you honestly think that
we have dreamed all this?"
"It's as plausible as any other ex-
a harmonious plain material; a wire
easel may be bought for a trifle and at
tnched to the back through a slit made
lust to fit Its clamp. The back Is in
eluded in the gimp b'.ndlng at the side
nnd bottom ; the top Is left open for tb
Insertion of the picture.
Tempting veal loaf
"VV/HAT is more tempting
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It makes a dainty yet sub-
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You will want it always on
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eons— for unexpected guests.
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If not, our type is cold. If you have,
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The grocer who offers a substitute may really think
it is just as good—but it isn't.
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Old people who are feeble and younger people
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It purifies and enriches the blood and makes
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Perfectly Harm/ess. Contains no
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Grove's chih Tonic Tablets
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