The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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V ,mU!"r"d' I ",f '• h. uld
against a fellow to be innocent.
could have straightened this out
~~1 I—' '—11—'
The Girl of
COURT ORDER POULTRY BEING PREPARED
ENDS STRIKE BY OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
tA Novrliaatlon ofthe Play by"
Wilbur D. Nttbli and Otto Hau«rbacb
" WILBUR 0. NtSBIT
opyrfght byW.D Nr.hn
Harry Hwlfton la exporting n vlalt from
hi* flMiK «•. Lucy M.-.l.l.r*, |« guaki-ri-ax
Whom lie md |n n,,. country. Ill* him..
traahr* imo another m/ulilne . oiitalnliiK
P. beautiful KmiiHii a ml „ (J«rir.an .■-.unit
' w"m® > « hat la ruined ami Harry
jMrapca lila nlaier, Caroline, ai riven at
flila lu, „. |„ p|a>. hoateaa Hot-rate* I'rtlti
rner cousin or Lury n, arrive* with ,,
nat fntendvu a« a itrwaent for l,u« Hai
rv . tn 'l'M hoini' bv th«- Count
*nd Mr* <Jeri lilnx< who nemanda In i
hat. a duplicate of whl. h ah.- aaya hits
J>een delivered at Harry a huuae
In great fear leaf ht-t huahaml I
her PNrapade. I,m \ Me.hl.ra and liei
luther arrive and the rount la hWMen It
one room and Mr* Hlaz.a In .umthei
!V'0 fHI,cy 1 V'hk t-
, I '-'" V from dlaooverlnK the nr. s. n. .
or Uia woman The milliner. |..M i..
llni'i""' Who '"-ov h to |„. an old ,1 ,rne of
l arry . arrive, to trace the iuIhnIuk du
I'll, ate hat iind mor - . ompll. ration* en
• Ue Daphne la htiallcd Into the room oc
rupled bv the Count The latter, with
whom Daphne had flirted at one time
Fernanda the return of a ring he had
Kiv. n her on that occasion. She tella hin.
that *he gave the ring to Oeneral Blur.*
Aa the Count had alao given Mrs Blare,.
H duplicate of the ring he l««oineB aome
*hnt excited. I>aphm- leaver n,.. r,,oin
and *e. k* refuK*- In the one occ-uph d h\
Mr* Blaxea. Mr Medder dlacovera the
Count, who la Introdu. . d na Harry a'O. i
man tutor. Oeneral Itlazea airlvea iui,
,!"iry "f ,,0V«« nK >Ih Wife
?tepa out a fill the general lh
Cheer me by not replying.
But no such cheer was In atore fox
ThTZ'7, a ' L,".n """" " h,m Mr" openid
The front door opened, and Lucy the window and whispered
3'Ztd 8,1 dow°H,rr> "• c"re,ul! ",d >'ju
?Ut W"h ""■* ,wh"er" I '""No. r«t." the Count told her. -De,
out her« to make Mm I vouldn't trust
"Thia.he llZZ'rl"Tor p«ce £S p,^ ""Vir r'ud'r "EW °F HANDLING LA' Fanciers all over the State are Getting Their Birds Ready
Md calm." Harry observed. pleasant Hut they «on'i know the model " , TROUBLE IS USED
ly. ruing. Lucy time down the steps Mra. Mazes feured | 1
and nat on the lawn .eat while Harry "I eggspl.ln him perfectly I tell
nl dlwn'I,^ b*"'dt' her- IOu1'' ht'r " "l,ape llk" " *makhe<l balloon.
"Welt" . 'f l. yellow on der ou.alde nilt a garden or
well. Lucy aaked. "what ran thee red puppies '
"t .... "H<,d P0PPles. you allly man!"
• were. X, "nVh'n* ye,/' he "" "f'upplea or popple.-dey look chu.t
1 ,an onl>' « K you to trust a had it, me Iron, now on"
me until I can nplali evarythlng." "You'd I, ,t K„ rlfnt back and stay
Hut surely thee can explain every i there until It Is Hnlshed,'' Mrs. Illazes
I u*Kested. I >
"No. I told dem to «ent It hire, so ' . , V L ne"' la-''fomptly at five
I make sure I get It." . ^ Sunday afternoon afreet car
'That's good." nhe aald. with a lone
CITY COMMENCES 4 SUIT
Steps In Between Oe« Moines Street
Car Company and Employes and
Return to Work
for the Big Show at Oklahoma City, September
26 to October 7.
I don't understand
afTalr upon hlmaelf. but the verdh t U
served until Hari^ «n vindicate hlmaelf
"My bov.' he was saying. "I couldn't
h«lp coming back to assure you ttiat
1 am deeply sorry."
Say no more about It, Oeneral.
But. Harry.' the General asked,
confidentially, how did that little flirt
happen to be In that room?*
Well." Harry explained, that wat>
a little affair concerning her and
Count von Fltz I don't feel at liberty
to go Into details—but It's Just a flir-
tation. you might say."
"She's a charmer, all right enough,
Harry, my boy!" the General said
"No. Not yet
It myaelf yet."
Lucy's face changed
"Later. I'll tell you everything I
can t now, Lucy, because some one
elae Is Involved."
"I saw her," Lucy said, coldly.
"I don't mean that way. Lucy." he
protested. "What you saw may have
a peculiar look—"
Indeed, hhe had!" l.ucy asserted.
"Hut you must remember that often
there ia an unsuspected skeleton In
the closet," Harry continued, manful
Lucy pursed her llpa scornfully
"Skeleton, Indeed'" she said. Thai
skeleton weighed, at least a hundred
and thirty pound !"
Harry laughed nervously, and
Now. listen. Lucy. Won't you take
ray word that everything is all right
so far nx I am concerned?"
"I might take thy word, but the.
cannot explain so easily to Coualn i
Socrates nor to father."
Coualn Socrates has been In the
attic writing sonnets about you all
evening, and I have talked with yout
father, bless hit* good old heart! He
believes In me. and he is willing to
So do I believe In thee, Harry—but
thee cannot know how sorry I «ni that
thin has happened. I regret It."
With an earnest effort to turn hex
mind to a lighter view of things, liar
"So you regret It?"
"I do—very, very much."
"Then. If you regret It
rope yet. und I
pull you oud."
"An idea!" she exclaimed with de
light I II tear up the sheets and
traffic was resumed In lies Moines, and
Of relief. I the 48-hour strike, which began at 1
\fi you come right oud und yen ''"'lock Saturday morning, was termln
der hat comes I glfr It to you. und '"ed. For the llrst time i„ ,he iliB,nrv
avay you no " j uf the country the order of a court has
onte out. she aftke.l sarcastic*! nut an end to what gave every Lull, ,
ly. Am I an aeroplane?" i ,i„„ . , rl >nai< a-
Ma k a rope yet. und I , |.|e °f beion "« "bitter labor strug-
I he mandate Issued bv Judge Law
| rente IJeGraff of the district court Sat-
j urday was obeyed promptly by the Des
Moines City Hallway company, and the
j car men's union and, while there is am-
ple prospect of a tight later in the
courts, an injunction has restored, tem-
porarily at least, nearly BOO conductors
and motormen to their original post-
tlmis. Hy u o'clock traffic almost hud
resumed its normal condition.
That a new method of handling labor
difficulties has been discovered was
the statement of N. T. Ciuernsey, attor.
ne.v for the street car company. Sun-
day night following the acqulesence of
I the company In Judge UeC.ratT's order.
He said his clients were not satisfied
that the court was within Its jurisdic-
tion In issuing the mandatory Injunc-
I j Moil, but that for the present they
Preparation of poultry for show guineas, turkeys, ducks, geese nn4
purposes Is now In progress all ovei pigeons are ulso Included. And there
the state of Oklahoma, according to ' W"1 be an egg laying contest that will
Information given out at the office *Je a big feature. Kach pen will con-
of the Oklahoma State Fair, Oklaho sist °' alx female birds, properly leg
ma City, September 26 to October 7 ! banded' ""d male bird will be al-
Indlcatlons point to one of the big-' I "T'1 in th* "e"'
gest exhibits in the History of the : n L n"mber °' fl",rlalB have been
hleffoKt , offered by seed houses for the best
biggest expositions ever before held displays of various chickens and the
i . l? ,te' order to accomm°-1 American Black Minorca club will give
date the increased dem.'.nd for space handsome silk ribbon
and coops, the State Pair Association
has just received and installed a solid
car load of the finest coops made.
They are of wire and wood, with en
Announcement is made that the
State Fair will give no less than
for the best
cock, hen, cockerel, pullet and pen, to
be competed for by members of the
club only. John W. Nicely has charge
of the poultry department of the big
fair and he says the spacious buildiug
at the southern end of the grounds
will hardly be large enough this year.
■ y'-' ••• -•
POULTRY BUILDING—OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
Which has just been equipped with several thousand of thj latest and best
coops, made of wire, wood and enamel.
wm4belnanPineiUMl ',1' ™" I U ~ionab.y the best equipped
cie:Bb:„"rVe rfK POUltry fun-: poultry building Yn the country.
Z" birds to l to,„BC,!d , ' #dd."io" >« Poultry there are hun-
He reports that
time of the year
much. I'll forgive you this time," he
laughed, seating himself and taking
She took her hand away quickly and
Jumped to. ber feet In indignation
"How can thee jest at such a mo-
ment?" she cried.
He rose and followed her
"I shouldn't have Jested." he said.
'Ah: II my wife only knew If sb.- hl""bl> "Lucy, you are not a city
ever found out bow I have flirted with Klrl ,n(l 1 m Kl"d of It—but you are
aome of these dashing damsel,!" a'" tn JudKe things too much on ap-
Mrs. Illazes. from the safety of der l"*ar"nr«"i
window, listened Intently I-"r> 'urned and looked at him with
"What?" Harry asked. "You flirt, * Pathetic seriousness in her eyeB.
General?" "ITn.ll this morning, Harry," she
"I'm deep, Harry, devilish deep: I 1 "anted to be a city girl. I
•ay nothing, but I hw a lot of wood.
Uon't worry about any little flirtations
of your own Come to me for advice
If you need It. Kveryliody must sow
bis wild oats, you know."
"Yes." Harry ngrced, "but the wild
onts you sow the night before don't
make good breakfast food the mom
Well, anyway," the Oeneral said.
"we understand each other No more
Not a bit. Not a bit," Harry reas
sured him. The Oeneral waved his ■
hand cordially us he strode down to
tin street. Mrs Illazes watched him
disappear In the dusk, nodding ber
head significant ly.
"Wild oats, eh?" she said "Flirta-
tions, eh? Walt until I get home -
She leaned out of the window and
called to Harry. He glunced up at
her and smiled wearily.
"How In the world am I to get out
of here?' she asked, petulantl)
I think I'll have tbat run as a puz
tie in the Sunday papers." liarrv an
jwered. grimly. "I II say this though: H-My Boy,
"hen >ou do get out you needn't be
too punctilious about making your
party call.' '
"This It no itme for Joking—"
"It's the only time I've got. You've
ut nie in a prett) mess
"I'm Just as sorry as 1 can be. Mr
Swlfton. Hut look at the muddle I utn
"Oh. I've seen worse muddles than
this, Harry answers, easily.
"And I'm c'.mply starving to death
•no said, hungrily.
I in going to slip some sandwiches
In 'Hero for you. if the blockade
doesn t lilt pretty 800n Meantime
keep a«.,v from that window as much
as possible Some one may happen io
•ee you -and I'm out of explanations."
Mrs Hazes drew back a bit |rora
th«- window, and asked:
ka"H ve you heard anything 0f my
Harry sank down on a lawn bench
with a weary air.
Where have I heard of hats?" n.
said^ I've ordered a hat lor vou
Haphne. the dairy daffodil, la maklrc
one for you. She'll have it bet* be-
"That's dear of ycti
..ft - | lilt* IX
How do you know what It costs?- as mv wile
he asked grimly. Th;r(1
Mrs mazes clasped her hands mel
odramatlcally and went on
were willing to abide by It, leaving to
a later date the trial of the caBe oil its
Association Satisfied I ".'.'•i'!.'""'S t0 8 show whieh already j dreds of other things' that are now
r w"'"Lucy Ar;wh"c-Th- —• - f ~ tvss *Zt by thB ^
fhl , , Street RnlUv!!? ' Association of ! every detail, and as a show that is the outlook at this
things In here, tie them togethe? In „ * R"llwV Employes of America, annually visited by more people than for a bin Hvp Bfnr k Bi,n„
a rope and let mysell down." 'ho conducted the brief strike, was any other exposition In this secTion o: ! better ° * wa" ne,Ver
I "8plendld! i no und vatch for der mi,l( p,*>« ed with the turn of events. the country. Every day brings letters and one mm livine i88t
, messencher mlt der hat." He hai(1 ,hat wh,,e he and the mem- to Secretary I. s. Mahan at Oklahoma nassed nn ti,ft m Missouri has
The Count strolled away, while she ,b™ "f \b° •"'u.lv. committee Had C.ty concerning «££.'"."J'!^e'7s ,Z^oLhoma^ ZSSXL*? *
closed her window. I Preferred that the strike continue until 'ready to send catalogue and blanks 1 ine a^IonIT.?! Accompany.
A young couple came walking slow- a n®"' "K^ement was signed, the inter- ! to any one desiring them. j ^nd to the nn.t,! J? 5.
ly through the flower garden. It was ventlon of the court is acceptable be- Provision is made in the premium irequest for inothwpwr hi k ""u
Pigeon and Carolyn The twilight ™'se lt K ye to the union exactly what hook for practically every breed of Ihe explanation that he h- ""i i S
spell had iieen cast upon thein. Arm sked. This was the reinstate- chicken under the sun • •—«— • ' ■ decided
Oxidine is not only
the quickest, safest,and
surest remedy for Chills
and Fever, but a most
dependable tonic in all
A liver tonic—a kid-
ney tonic—a stomach
tonic—a bowel tonic.
If a system-cleansing
tonic is needed, just try
—a bottle proves.
The specific for Malaria, Chill®
and 1- ever and all diseases
due to disordered kid-
neys, liver, stomach
60c. At Your Drugguto
Onlv one in Oklahoma. Cure#
whiskey utid drugs In bu*l
ness 30 years.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE
220 W. 13th St.. Dipt. 7, Oklahoma C.ty.
J. PIEREPONT, NO DOUBT.
In arm, silently they strolled until
they neared the bench.
Suddenly Pigeon said:
"Let's sit down here. I've got to
see Harry through his racket, ycu
know"—evidently continuing a conver-
sation which had lapsed some mo-
ments before—"but after that—"
He looked down into Carolyn's eyes.
"After that?" she asked, softly. -
For Carolyn had all a woman's intul- 11 bo ma(,p permanent probably will
tion, in spite of her young years, and Monday.
she diagnosed the symptoms of an ap- Mr' Guern8ev. counsel for the com-
proaching proposal. She did not in- pany- discusaed the legal phase of what
tend to accept him, but no woman will ,lp callH a new method of settling
allow a proposal to get away from her. Btr,kos' in « statement to the Associat-
Proposals to a woman are as the ed Pre8s- The statement says:
scalps the Indian brave ties to his war lf this order court's mandate)
belt. stands, it means that a public service
"After that." said Pigeon, beginning corPt)ration. having a contract with a
to sit down, "I can look after my own ,abor un,on haB « right to go into court
affairs. And I—" j n"d secure a mandatory injunction pro-
l1.".!'",,tn" ,he riZPS 10 8h0W 1,19 h,lrn('Ba and l'(lr-ses
Miscellaneous fowls, j at Oklahoma City Sept. 26 to Oct. 7.
ment of Conductor Hiatt, whose recent I are substantial.
discharge without an investigation led
to the trouble, and the order that'arbi I
tration must decide whether he is to . Had Ingenuity I Insects That Use Rubber
remain with the company. I f " """sua! scheme for robbing n | When Para trees are tapped after
The suit in equity which terminated [ ?? dkdump, wa® (llscoter"'d at Nome, the gum lias ron into receptacles and
the strike was brought by the city of I AUska' a ,ew da-va ago, when inspec-1 stiffened, a species of large I,l ick -int
I'es Moines upon the order of the city ,'on was Ina<it' of a duniP that wali ' accustomed tn cut out pieces of the
council late Saturday night. A hearing ; 'hro"n UP Ibree years ago. It was j rubber and carry them awav Hees
to determine whether the injunction ." ' " robbers had sunk a hole!also find uses for India rubber and
through the top of the dump and some species In South Africa actual
Clu ed ou all the Inside, leaving a j ly cut the bark of trees that produce
hollow shell standing. It is estimated resinous substances in order to caus^
s. i"V."S ,na"ner the had a flou of the sap. The gum is em-
obtained $5,000. nlnvori in- ♦ , k
ployed by the bees as a ready-made
wax for their nests.
To Cultivate Memory
The best way to remember a thing
is thoroughly to understand it, and
mind. 3y read
Already Used to It
Manager—"That young woman whom
I placed at this counter a year ago
already knows more about the busi-
ness than you do, and I find that I shall!often to recall it tc
!■ upphaire t° put her at the head of the Ing continually with great attention
An ominous, ripping sound came.
I hibiting the labor union from striking, (,ePar,m<1Ilt. though I fear it will be and never passing a passage? without
Mrs. Blazes was beginning to make n,1<1 r"nuiring it. in case a strike has father unpeasant for you to be under understanding and considering it well
her rope, but the young couple, of been rn,,ed ^ rescind the order callinjv ^ orders. Clerk—"Oh, no; I am the memory will be stored with knowl'
course, knew nothing of that. Pigeon ,,lf> 8tri^ce. It is obvious that if this is U8e(I to lhat We were mar edge, and things wip i
; Mraightened up with a Jerk and tried |'aw> :l ^aR been pointed out for 'aB* mw,,th." Stray Stories. j when w
to look unconscious. He did not know 1 ha,,dling these labor difficulties which
Smith—My boy thinks he'll be a
pirate when he grows up.
Jones Thinks there is more money
In piracy than anything else, eh?
Smith—Yes; but I think he's got
Morgan, the buccaneer, mixed up with
Morgan, the financier.
what had given away. Carolyn tried
' 'o smooth over his embarrassment by
tTO HE CONTINUED.)
; will be more economical and efficient
than any method yet suggested."
A Wrong Choice
There is no act, nor option of act,
possible, but the wrong deed or option
has poison in it which will stay in
want them, thougjh we can
never reoollect the passages or from
"hence we draw our ideas.
The Ultimate Limit.
First Dentist—My work is so pain-
less that my patients often fall asleep
while I am at their teeth.
„ Second Dentist -- That's nothing
.]' ! Mine all want to have their pictures
taken to catch the expression of do-
light on their faces.
Father of Largest Family Dies
Rubier, Kan —Abram S. Martens, I more to all eternltv
Z lv°,n K f8,,hp; "! ,hf have been had you not done
family In Kansas, is dean at his home that—chosen that. Vou have "formed
Taking a Big Ri k.
It was well known In Mayvllle that
when Cyrus Fanning lent anything | here. Martens was the father of twenty-!
The Law's Inefficiency
T,le "man higher up" generallv
your veins thereafter forever. Never seems to be so high up that the law
n you be as you cannot reach him.-Pittsburg I'ost.
The Honest Man.
Diogenes was searching for an hon-
"He will advertise that his summer
resort has mosquitoes." explained the
the General Said, M|
Couldn't Htlp Coming Back to A.
sure You That I Am Deeply Sorry."
thought the little town where I have
lived was a pitiful place."
"Hut it had you iu It," Harry re-
minded her, gently.
I am beginning to understand."
Lucy Kaid that here appearances
are everythlu but there isn't any
everything, in the country, there 1
everything—and that takes the deceit
from the appearances."
Why you're a genuine little philos-
opher,1' Harry said.
NVe have the blue sky in the day-
time back there," Lucy continued,
and here thee hav
There we have the stars at night,
here thee ha\ electric slgtit There
we get up at sunrise and the little
birds sing us a welcome from the
trees, but here- '
Here thi folks Kay up until sun-
rise and eat the little birds bel
that " "
from a hammer to a plow, be expect-
ed a good return for the favor It
was a matter for astonishment to Wil-
son Green, however, when, on Inquir-
ing of Mr Fanning how much It would
cost to rent his long ladder for an
afternoon. Cyrus replied promptly.
"One dollar fifty."
one children, fifteen of whom are still i hav.
your character," forsooth! No; If you
Trees for Rocky Mountains
Hardy trees of Europe are to be
| living to this neighborhood. \ '"e ^ Kock,
HUGO ATOKA LINS
SURVEY IS FINISHED
Queer Cure for Consumption A p,,— o
Some of the English papers an- Here is a simo^rur*'
nounce the accidental discovery of on whirh . snoring,
: what appeared to be a cure for con 1 „ hannv LZLT'"""''", "™d as
i sumption by means of the ammoniated "|>ut -i rlnv. i . years,
gases generated in the production of aU |, wI I keen^vonr™'^
maggots for fish bait in an establish- and J "
I Knicker My wife is always praising
; the men she rejected for me.
j Hocker—Never mind; she will praise
j you to her second husband.
Ijugo^Okla.—The survey of the line j near Bradford. The United States having" comp^lied'"'^'" "to "brea'tT"'
through your nose ail night. ' " °
Road in Southeast Expected to
'Now. look here. Cy," remonstrated ,n °Peration Within the Next
his neighbor, you know I've got to : Twelve Months
borrow it. for mine Isn't long enough
re'" h where I'm obliged to climb , . tL tt
to search out that chimney leak for i Hugo & Northwestern railroad 1 r®nBul at Bradford, in a report to
the Widow Sears Can't you ruaHe It ^n'm Hugo to Atoka has been complet- Washington, says: "While engaged in
less?" j ed and Chief Engineer Merry and his i ,h'8 work, it is said certain persons
No, I ran t." and Mr. Fanning shook force of aBsiBtants are busily engaged 1 known to be suffering from tuberculo-
ids small head and closed his obsti in ,nakln8 up the profiles, maps and *,s have regained their health."
nate mouth. | ♦•stimates preparatory to beginning the |
Why can't you?" demanded Wilson ronBtructlon of the road. The distance j Exactly 2:30 A. M.
Green. j from Hugo to Atoka by the new survey I Arthur—"Why is it, fairest Evan-
...v, tuuiiimru. | Because there's a weak place In It I ls hftv-two miles, and if Is asserted! geline, that when I am with you the
louds and smoke. *w°-thirda the way up," snapped Mr "iat ,he new road will be completed hands on that clock seem to take
i iTn nn in (v mi.m. v.— — I .n,i «- operation inside of twelve
Fanning "It'll bear my weight all atu'
right, but you're a good thutty pounds ! D1°nths.
heavier If It gave way under you I
'twould cost me a dollar to get it
mended Considering the risk, I call a
dollar V half cheap."—Youth's Com-
Officers Held for Manslaughter
Tulsa. Okl After two days' testi-
mony and eight hours' of argument,
the preliminary hearing of Assistant
Chief of Police John Moran, charged
With murdering Will W.noliver, alleged
horse thief, closed
Harry finished for her. "You |
<Wt v\ant a city home. tbeu. Lucy? Something in Oil.
"1 want a home where the heart Rho hud been marr,ed a w«ek. but
does not have to be hidden,' she toJC Bh* WM8,, t K°,n« lo 8how It. She had
him. spent half the morning in scrubbing
And so do I | want a real home the newne8B ofr her "hopping bag and
with the l>est Utile girl in the world th" °,hf>r ha,f ,n Practicing a super-
| cillous droop of the eyelids before her
mirror. And she was quite sure of _ M
Lacy looked hi him for hair a ,ier8<>lf as Bhe sailed into the local de lh*' hill authorizing a per capita pay-
... — j minute, then said partment store. ment to members of the Flv# Civilized
band" 80 * d about "'>■ I", i "When thee Kave explained Harry- Ve., madam?" asked the floor walk Tribes and also a 1 Mending for on,
6a" ' er In a voice of milk and honey. And ^ar the period of payment on K1 Rene
CHAPTER XI I " ..i" "0W,i?U homesteads The appropriation pro
<H « de rldeB ,or ,he Payment of <S0 per cap!
manded, suitable for my dining room " '
"Quite o. madam, quite so," said
Home and "Boughten" Bread
It apepars that from 60 to 70 per
rent of the bread used In New York
City is actually baked by women in
the home, and even a J2S.n00.00n bread
trust will have hard work to persuade
many of these women that the sclen.
wings and fly?" Slern Voice tat the 11™ bl*nd turned out by the baking
head of the stairs)—•'Without wish omPa'llcs day iifier day under uniform
in' to be Impertinent, young man. 1 " 1(ll"0"s is an improvement ou the
•imply want to observe that them °me produet-
hands hain't got nothin' on the ones I —
on our nas meter."—Judge . China to Have Airships
China's military councillors and tb-
For extremely near-sighted persons fe
minister of war have decided in
Moran was ordered i spectacles have been invented In C.er-
court under $5,0(1
bond, for firtct degree manslaughter. hy short telescopes.
rence to send officers to Kngland
held for the district court under $5,000 ' niany in which the lenses are replaced ! 1,?,!, ^ k"o« ledge of air raa-
v—J - — - 1 • iiiiies to enable them to construct
:UD(1 to fl>' airships on return to China.
no mistaking his mean- ,
Indian Bills Pass Senate
Washington.—Senator Owen secured !
the passage in the senate Saturday of j
Liquid Glue R
An excellent cold liquid glue is made (Jeorae- "Hiring ^ Tab'C
Dilute 2 to •" • 1 8 uian 1
nitric acid with 40 to 50 of wat
You ought to be," llarrj
told her. "And he's worried about
you—and I'm worried about both ot
you Shut the lndow, and lei me
*4 Darts crude ! 1 )ou notice that
. parl8 crud.e pressed your foot at the dinner
She closed her window, and he
suriM d bis meditations
Fifteen minutes later Count von Flu
m* ben""h ,h" w'ndow j the "floor walk'erTa.lng '^medTtativel'v
members of the civilized
si.lad oil. oil cloth, oil p^iitiugg,
| or sardines?"
ta to the
Storm Sweeps Indiana
Richmond. Ind A terrific rainstorn
accompanied by wind and hail, did $50,-
COO damage lit re.
In this 25 parts of glue for twenty-four: foo, you Drp8.„d
hours and then heat the mixture until I dered P d
If Is homogenous. The quantity of acid
used depends on the quality of the (Gargoyle
Why, it wasn't my
Oh, George, I won
why mamma was smiling so
I sweetly at the minister!"—Michigan
Foolish Wager Caused Death
v„. ... ,, A workman named Celestin I ernv
You can usually guess wMhln a few „ged fifty, died In Paris Prance ,h.'
years of a woman s age b* noticing other day while trying 'for a wL
•yiph ,akes 11 w,ie"you""""ern,;vata2
Is often said of
when eaten with cream or
rich milk and a sprinkle of
sugar if desired.
That s the cue for house-
keepers who want to please
the whole family.
Post Toasties are readv
to serve direct from the
"The Memory Lingers"
Sold by Grocers
POSTUM CEREAL CO.. Ltd..
Battle Creek, Mich.
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