The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 72, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THl OKLAHOMA CITY TIMJ18.
THURSDAY JULY 8 1915
THE OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES
THE TIMES COMPANY
3 anil 5 West Main Htreet.
Telephone P. B. X. 36.
Kxvlusive Associated Pre. Afternoon Keport.
Member Amlit Hiireen of "I rr-.ila f loim.
" Published every evening except Sunday. Kildsy Is
combination nf dMlly mill Weekly Times.
Entered as second-class matter Augimt -7 1 1 ut the
postofflce at Oklahoma City Oklahoma under thi Act of
March 8. 1S7B.
Kt HH( Kl PTIII I KK I S
Ona jnt UTI Tlirai- innnllia
III mnnthi 1 Ml i (im iiii.nih ..
cusnitii? hark. It in back. hthI marching on. Houses
and offices arc filled ami the demand (foe on.
New houses are troinp up with increasing regular-
ity and investors are studying the field with large
enterprisea in view.
With a eiindid coiistructiv c poliey in f .rce by
the political authorities and such a policy tup-1
ported by public sentiment there is no reasonable
limit to tin' distance we shall travel in the next
half-doen years. A city of 1 -'.". MM population it
the certain consequence.
TUK TIMES Henceforth:
An institution that shall always he round flght-
iiif for derenry in the public service regardless of
partisan consideration rouslrurtlve in ail Its puli-
riM and while belnuging to no parly oppoini(
with ail its might the demagogues of all; f ijelttiiiK
for progress and nmrtiral reform: opposed to
special privilege ami the ruxlom of Improperly in-
fluenelng law-malting and law-enforcing bodies
whether by predatory plutocracy or predatory
poverty; whether by Capital or labor; devoted
to the public welfare every resource constantly
strained to present the news accurately and to
discuss it Impartially; willing to correct instantly
an iujustlre done Hie most humble yet too proud
(4i apologize to the mint high for policy sake.
MR. BRYAN AND THE PRESS
Tl ditors of America continue to devote more
apace to Mr. Hryan than to any other oiie subject.
This is in a way complimentary. Hut the sen-
timents expressed are most .liMni'tly not com-
plimentary. It is a 'significant that the Sehrasl.a'i honesty
and sincerity are rarely impugned Always it is
hia judgment. Which raises the ..Id question as
to which is the most galling to a num. to have
his ability or his purpose impugned.
If the opinion of the pro s a fair barometer
oT public sebtiincnl then Mr. I'.rvim stands m
the position of a man whose troo I intentions are
readily conceded but whose jiidirm-nt is unsafe
to accept. Which would mean that he has played
his little game iu American panics and is about
The publishers of Tie Times announce the
acquisition of Mr. Frank V. Worcester to the busi
tiess stuff of the office. Mr. Worcester has had
lurge ami varied experience in the business man
agemeut of metropolitan papers nod is in .1 a
Hlranger to the business people of Oklahoma City.
The publishers bespeak for him a kindly reception.
THE TIMES COMPANY.
NOT USING AMERICAN SHELLS
tin-many has insisted vehemently that the sol
dicrs of the Fatherland were Lcinc slaughtered by
shells made iu America. We Americans while
politely coughing and chancing the subject as fre-
quently a possible have secretly Ml a thrill of
pride as we thought Of ammunition made in the
U'od obi I'. S. A. dnititf such effective work as
to .-.-ill forth a protest. Likewise wc needed the
nines the French minister ot uar aim
bubble Sa.n b"- Neither
now nor at any tune since the beginning ot me
i I.. I.V..ih.Ii nitillccv made use ot any
me . i i . "
punctures our prole
w luitsoever maiiufactured
tbe I nited
The esteemed Ardinoreite comments on the ap-
parent determination of (lov. Willuims to uruani.-e
an election board that will guarantee to every voter
hia full rights under the law nnd calls it gratifying.
It ia. Jf (iov. Williams it animated by that purpose states
us the event will determine (and The Times pro-
poses to fully accept his assurance that such is his
motive' then he will have rendered the state a (ren
nine service niul nut v ifo to anv heiirhth in the pub
lic service that his ambition calls for. New York again scores. Accor.liii..' to the
A fair election law in Oklahoma is a necessity' World a baby girl has just been sold there for
ami honest men will approve it quite regardless i.r $1. ami a bill of sale made out. recorded and de-
their partisan affiliations. The voter also must livered Thus the human soul ou.c more becomes
have the opportunity to select betweeu at leust two a chattel in t legal sense.
tickets. This Hrgues irresistably for two major po-
So if we have unjustly prided ourselves on our
accomplishments we have also been unjustly sus-plciolied
lly Thornton VY. Hurras
H'upyrlglit IUI5 li J i l.lcxl .
(Copyright 1015 by J. II. I .! ! . i
VVuaitir you .I.. aln-reer .! -
It's beat iu ileum. t. know u kix.w
J lint thinking )oil know dueMi'l (In
a lilt of 04 h! when yoll find i.llt IllUt
yon didn't know ami because you
dttln't know are In trouble. Now
there was rnuipy l'osum one of
I lie' Hilly I'iismiiii venturesome
youngsters Whin i ; ruui.y crept
crept through the hole In Farmer
Hiuun's henhouse n ml saw a sisii;e
bos right In from i.f hlui. ti ho ulll.ll I
hadn't been there u IV-vv houra before. :
when be whs Ui l here he vus kin
pi. lolls. Tlnit nn the wav to he. lie
wiis ery wise to le riisplcloiiN. It Is
lllvvajs best to sir-pcci nl rutins things
iinlll you find out all about them.
Hut when (Iriuup.i a'oied tnslilc ami
t.Hv a neat of bay and In that n.-st two
nice hrow.fi eggs he forgot ull u limit
Mug suspicious lie knew all about
egg-.. At least he ilioughl be ilbl
The hlgwhlte ones weii no ij.iikI.
They were So hsnl he l oiil.ln I inl
teeth llirounh tliein. no luitllcr h.iw In'
Irlinl. Hut the brown mie- they were
.lllferent! It whs no trick st all to
make a bole In the eml of one nf those
ami then such a fe.i.-u hi followed !
Anil here wus n nest ami TWu hrown
v;'KS In It ! That wat hM Hint Inter
esltxl him now. Wluii id n I c r bow the
Ixi . Hiiie there so loci; h It was Iheie
and with a nest ami two cxxh In ltv
for thut matter be dliln't exactly nn
derstaud bow tbe t'tif came In I he
lieuls be bad vlslled ho why worry
about a mere box'? A box cuiihln'l
hurt any one.
To be sure this I.mx had s iii."i
lookbu: door but whrit of tint'; lie
bail only to Ro In. p't the i-kks and
viiine out hkuIii. So In he went flr-l
nuikliii; Kiirc thai i lie saw hlin
Once Inside s .tv delicious sunil
tickled tils no-e.
"My that smells ir..d " said be "1
wonder what It can he.'"
Now. tti" easiest wav In find out was
iluil.lv to follow his in wc and llriini
iy did. It led IiIh strultfht to the hack
of the box .fliid (here was a Ilitle
piece of incut tii-iimpy llckisl bis
llis. He hadn't tasted a scraii of
The Fourth casualties are in. In the Tinted
States there were 4 deaths and 177 injured with
a few "outlying" districts yet to report. Not such
a painfully sane event after all.
Vice Consul Marret report that in 1!M4 Shang-
lu.i seiil to the 1'tliled Stales H.tilMMHIO dozen eg(js
Now we know why the Shanghai rooster was invented.
"Jubno iv rodoz el is jarni." says one of the
highbrows of a universal language factory. It is
possible of c.iirse but we certainly don't believe
The report that Mrs. Jess Willard is dying of
tuberculosis is a grim reminder that with every
Mcturv there walks hand in hand a defeat.
litical organizations. There are more and there
will continue to be more. Hut fundamental with
till such should be clean fair elections.
The Times somewhat identified with one of the
partisan organisations of the state will not hesitate
to condemn election irregularities in that organiza-
tion any mure than in other organizations. For
The Timcg first of nil proposes to discharge its
obligations as a citizen. Nor will it hesitate to ap
prove and compliment public officers of the oppos-
ing organization who sincerely attempt to live up
to their high responsibilities.
It will afford The Times genuine pleasure to
find Oov. Williams putting the election machinery
of the state on a high pluiie a condition thut will
lie unique in Oklahoma politics.
TRADE CONDITIONS FAIR xl .
The Cincinnati Times Star calls Mr. Hryan and
Pun's lieview. for the first of July finds the f Roosevelt "two self unuointed cuudidates for
birsineas outlook in the southwest territory tribu the presidency." Wellf
tary to Kansas ity lavorable While the
weather conditions have been unsatisfactory the
precipitation for June registering 1U0 per cent
alove normal crop damage is not general and
(miroveil methods of harvesting have enabled the ime lliurta
farmers to save much that in past yearn would
have been a total loss. In the Kansas City ter
ritory which includes all of Oklahoma wheat is
still rated " good "
Corn oats and hay arc reported in excellent
condition with few exceptions while manufactur-
ing is enjoying full prosperity Money is plentiful
at reasonable rules and the boom condition in the
zinc fields has a beneficial influence throughout
It is decidedly encouraging to know
general report covering the southwest based on
actual existing conditions is so optimistic. The
8:.1f) A. M.
Employes of this Store Work 8i
Hours Per pay Inrludbif Saturday.
6:00 P. M.
$1 Waist Sale Again Friday
It is really surprising to tee the kind of waists we sell here for one
dollar. Judging by Itie individually new distinctive -mle in these new
blouses it would seem that u waist of such value could not be sold for
such a low price and tomorrow we expect a larger crowd than ever of
eager buyers to purchase these lovely perfect fitting American model
New Styles in Footwear
Hronze Kid cloth top bus- boot light weight
well shoe full leather heel.
Another new model In llt'lil weight Niibink
luce hoot wllh patent trimmings Held weight
side full trlniinlui!. Mk'bl welt wolc. full leather
heel llolli models are advance fall stiles
Pure hilli double finger tips em-
broidered bucks :i clasps. Very ex
cellent value- a I the regular price.
We quolc the following Iciimeil
$I.WI Values fur 9K
$1.00 Values far 7.V
75c Values for 5!lr
I'vd Tea lilav-es. II ounce Kl;e
beautiful ililn tJas. Or and 15r
eh. New styles Just ariKxd.
Iced Tea Spoons-I iluss 7'ir do.
The follovrtng Hems are In Hie
lii'iiullftil . ube puUcrii :
I.imI lea Sets Pit. her ami li
l.ll'ifc led la--es -ct $l.ij.
One ShiNT. Slimlow Slrli Vnll.-t '.'7
III. I..i wl..-; IM-Ul IMIO'IIIH i.f lcl
.oiil rluw el n . "JOi it nn II v ;
Ino IWrriMl Hvllitr. .s In lies ishli-
'i I. H" gr I n in i Hirln" : il..u
nail flnriil i.iiii.f n ".'u- q
iiiIii.. for llili f:iI... ;ir. . iOC
m-lnili Unr I rrmh .lnahm lioit..
noniiiii. nl or .iili-rii. u.. In linn
lii'.ki. Miiic. .l;ill nn) iui
r iiur ri'sulur uiiiillly f f
f .r. v .i i it ItfC
-lnrh hlrlnnl V4lriu. fur
llirm Mini niu.li llil OQ
ivnll; ftlh' viil.ii.; jtu-1 J if C
Klunrrrit Orianillra ftr flui
hIimt III rtrcrl n 1 fiir lnl.il' iimniiT
lr.'-.i y I iiiuicrii' . q
lie Ic-i I.Ih .! I if C
Big Saving In
4 tnrh llraty l.lnm Sultlufi: ii lain
... li.r j.inli. 1 1 u l blur cupm inn
lirmiii iiioj liiveuiUr; Utfc C fl
iuIiii- lur DUC
lluakrl Weave l.lnHia .ir cil nnd
iiIIh nail ni.piiiiiiii lrt; ali.l' i.r
tun. i en. ami ilnk; (5 in. ti T C
ii uiin.. tOC
Klr llra) l.lnrn Sulllni. M In. lie.
wl.le; l.iiltiriil iiimI n)' ter alimle ' Q Q
H (Ut lliifii mr JU C
J6 Inch Kami l.lnm In Until I I .-
ifi. Inveicl.T. Iimi. natiiruJ.
him k nn. I nhtli nirli'; OQ
ve mi i at- jy c
ln ahivr rolnrrd liainUtrr. hlrf
llllM. f'.r III new hlrni-e. In 1
nnin null at-i 1 1 1 ltrt. ::u
In. h" Ide . y i . r
A full He hlimirnl nf hr brat
k'ril.le . 1 1 11 1 ' r- ell III fu bllHi lleit. 1(1
Jfiirit" tn n Imlt
I H lnrti Hlt
tl In. h Hull
lin e bun I. 'MI'll
Illlvc ill-li I'll b
Pickle dl- h. each
Celery trav. each ....
Ice Tub mi. I I'lale el
I euio i dl-b. each . . .
:tr. Inch White Kepp for whh skirts and roatu
values the .VMril
lift ini b Klne ((iiality While Irisli Linen
value the inrd
Sen hlitmrut ttf MurqulftOtO
talnw tn llhf. 'THUin Hint ecru
I f Hlv li 'lii.tllclLMl j J
!I( . a.' UK VllHifsJ fu
9(1 Inrh While Linen Sheefiiii. full bleaehed. soft riiiUh.
regular K"n- value for summer clearance tale the yard '.
Hhifli and White Awning Hlripe Wih Kllh-A popular fabric 00
for cool muniner Iduuses 3(1 Inches wide; the ysrd UjC
A: cair of l.ae I urtaln
l. ll l.' I li e-TU nil II .
S" I .I I Ilillll
r vo i n l"ti
M utiil XA Imh ( rrtnnnri) U't ni-trt
iipV f floi-tl i tcnii. f.ir ln
i-tiiui .r Li pllliiw ait'l I Q
;tn-H xjn'i Krli!:tv rfl -
m-tlt-m-tlt Mala Ml. Oalali.ma f lly
V.xtr value In fine quality long-
cloth soft finish full :itl-lu. in-
regular l:"ie value yd lUC
Tbe report that the Sultan of Turkey is dead
is believed too g I to be true.
(ill home week waspnte a disappointment to
In the iiraiulflebl lluterprlne: "I guarantee
evei) ..b 1 do for twelve months. (Jeweler I." After
that lie doesu'l Indicate what he'll do.
Noruiiui viioers. assuming u proprietary Interest ill
1'n.f lunik J Holt belittle lilui ax worth tbe nac
u i.i. I. lilc iImIIIik have riven Ultu. Holt will never be In
tiniiii rial III Norman oins' bis 'own home town." It amst
that a k'all Surcbet to hi any dHahoiua town pass up so brll-
I iihiii an iipuoiiMiin).
The palnlers are making a radl.nl change In the
Standard I rue no oouiu ;
tine day recently Speaker Clark Vice I'resi
dent Marshall and .Senator Stone all drifted iu to
St. Louts. The partisan papers didn't know what
was up but just as a matter of precaution they
rushed out and locked up the sinokehoiue where
aba bauuu was stored.
I I hnii.e" 4 "flit t II 1 III
inclement weather has done nothing more than (.ri.i i that.
restrict trade temporarily for there exisjs all of ' . .iu.
' ' iii' MeMester NewsCapltal remarks tliat. I'ri'sldetit
the conditions to essential prosperity and stability. linl ! r Bte board of agriculture Is tbe flrat
. state official In bow reseiitinenl at the ineiitloti of his
luuue In i iiectloii with the gov ei norshtp. Sometime
a hut-.e allies at a bale of bay that later be crave
a a a a
"(nilte a sprinkling of farmers cut wheat last Sunday"
limes .1 V. Law ton major doino of the Arahoe Be
indie n sprinkling of rain cut farmer out of euttlug
wheat lust Sunday down our way.
a a a
Hand Springs Imp fictnrle and at present about 1.000
factory employes. Also saml Mprimis baa gai and oners
It for factory ue at .'. to ." cents ier Ibouaaud cubic feet
The answer Is eay.
Tbe lieyeiine Short Line offered great deal of
damage caused bv recent heavy rains. re(ort the ( hey
eiuie Star. "If the hoot hnd been stronger my 111
would be longer " let's ': the mileage of the short
Hue aggregate about 1 miles
Note from the Clinton News; "f. H. Palmer has been
walking five mile em h morning In an effort to reduce
his fleh. Mr. Calmer report nrteeu poumu gun
Which way.--on or off
llobnrt Is another Oklahoma town Id which the water
tupi.lv Is a matter of is-rmmlal anilety. The Pally lie-
publican there lulls Itself tjito leeiirtty on that rcore
tlinstv: "Hobart onre had a water nrohlem but the
weather man hs settled that question for the e"oii."
If anything I ever settled with the weather man or by
Warning at Alva printed In Renfrew Record: "All
pel-eon speisllns or running with niuftlar open will be
taken before the .loe surt " Vt laid tura by aud
put oiotu ball lu lb (old Wednesday
The selection of Oklahoma City us a distributing
point for the southwest by large national industrial
concerns coupled with recent large real estate
transfers plainly points the it resistible ni'iich
of the city towards its high destiny.
The future holds great magnificence in store
for Oklahoma The city of that name is n.ore
firmly fixed in a position of primacy than often
falls to the lot of any community. There is scarce-
ly a large industrial but has either a branch house
or distributing firm here This means that the
profits in any particular line an. rug any place ia
the state are divided wilh Oklahoma City thus
assuring a substantial and even prosperity lit He
effected by the viocisaitudes of any aingle Industry
It ia no longer a question of Oklahoma City
(ruiii.y Saw livo Nice Little Kggs
Beth the Girl Who Went Right.
Recorded by Ethel Lloyd Patterson.
( upyrlrtit 1IJ ht i linwulng )
No 7ft Helpless Anger
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o "
II HO Vie. propl al.lr Id) larll rrlr
O wllh Ilia alrung In an quarral I anil 'I
O thia are Ilia ruitarda. lilla aunia O
O thrra ar nho Inaliiiillial.t rmti ta O
O tha raarua of Ihp tirwk. Anil Ihraa it
II na mailer whal Ihf uuo-ome af lha O
II allarraliou. ar Ihr aara m tau raally "
O ala. O
II ' 1 O II o O o II O II O II I) II II O
Thus I stood with my bund pin
lolled above my bead ns I hid been
fixing tit ball with Ibis strange pair
of arms al.eiil me. 1 wiih too startleil
to crv ut . l or a few iiiomeuta 1 did
not reall'e whal bad Impimcd. I trleil
to turn iu licad to see who was be-
hind me. and 1 could not. Then I
looked lu Hie mirror and saw tilin ; an
apimrt'iit!) -i range mini ! He wis
Hinllliig at our reflection over my
meat since he gel avvav from runner
I'.rown's hie nw be would have
both meat and egg. shoulder and Ids face was pink with
Now yi u would HU..se Unit be pnppressisl laughter ApMirelitly be
would liuve Mo icd to wonder huw un had im -ense (.f the full insult of what
Uer the sun thai meat came tu be there 1
wouldu t )oii. He didn't think of dev
illing but tbe fn.-t (hat It wus there
right within reach. Dreed Is ofteu
(bat wav It puts everything else out
of one's bead So Uruiupy Just res. b
d up nnd pulled at that little piece
of meat. Hunk! Uruiupy wa so
frightened thai be sUealcd out. lie
was In the dark. " hen he turned
around to run away be eouldii t. No
sir he isiiit.ln t That funny dour on
the IhjI was closed and try a be
would he couldn't move II ll bad
cloeed just nn If It were alive. It
seemed n If lli.it lioi had Just been
wsltlng for h 1 in. mid then had closed
its Jaws and suull.med lilui whole lie
never bad had an earlence like Unit
before and be slnrA all over with
Hut as nothing further hnpeiied he
topsd Mbakliig after a while. Then
the muell of that meat tickled his
iiusa again lb- wa shut up tn that
tsix. but tbicight be "I may as well
ho he ate the meat and It tasted al
most as good n if it hadn't gotten
him Into tioiil'le Then he ate sie of
the eggs and (hat tasted so good ho
ate the other After that there was
nothing else to do ha curled up and
went to sleep of rsiur he wai wor
rled fur he hadn't th leait Idea In the
world how be was going tn get out of
there but wot r lug wouldn't help hliu
and the eiiatol war to keep from wor-
wylng was simply to go to sleep and
forget his ironl.lin Ho that Is Just
what dumpy did.
Nett Story i.ruiopy Rejotns Ills
THK ( ONSIDERATK UO
Mlas lioblis ' n't tDat a very minll
diamond In juur eiigagetnent ring1"
Itther lllrl "llnnud 1 ao consider
ato of me be dninr want tn to rrry
arouud a beuvlwr atutiu."
lie was doing 1 larisl at hliu lu tin
mirror and be grinned back at me
Tiled be HHike
"Well" be asked lightly "bow do
Villi Uke l-elllg hugged '"
Ami without further ado be kl.ved
me on Im- hick of my neck where my
white collar turned nvvay from my
black slk waist. Ill touch electrified
me Into action. 1 bad not realised
before that I was so strong With but
one quick movement and with little
effort of which 1 was aware I flung
him from ine o sharply he staggered
ueriw the room and caught at a table
for suplsirt. At once tbe color of hit
face changed from the pink of amuse-
ment to the ibs-p red of rsge
"You little devil!" be roansl "vvliHt
did you do that for?"
I. lu my turn was beside myself
with anger I had nn notion of run
nlng away from him ; I advanced !o
ward him with clenched fists and
"Vou brute I'' 1 hissed st him ' lluw
dare you? (lb bow dare you?"
It was at that Inotant we both be-
came aware of third person ap
preaching us down tbe length of the
lung show room It was Mr. Carroll.
my employer. I had seen him scarce
ly at all lnce he had employed me.
Perhaps three or four time I had
passed him In the hall or about the
offb-es when he bad iuldisj to me
almost a though he did not see. me.
Hut now he was looking from me to
this strange man with quick piercing
glance; and somehow I felt no relief
at sight of htm hut only that here
might be another enemy. My iswltlou
had not related and my hands were
till clenched when Mr. Carroll s.k
"Well w'ell" he asked "what's all
Apparently his words were a play
for time. He saw something wa
really the mutter but he did not wlh I
to get Into any nuarrel until he had
to. He w as not the type nf man who I
ldes with the weaker person in !
allnctlvely. Tbe strange mini who had
klcd me poke W-fore I could. j
"What the matter with your mod
els Carroll?" he aked. "lo you train
them to knock one of jour lie-t buyer-
down. If he happen to ktrni them?!
I didn't hurt tbe skH. lly golly! It
Isn't every gtrl I d kls. Loo at her! I
Ynu'd think I'd Insulted her." j
"A kls; Indeed even a hsik from
ynn a I an Inu1t !" I cried. I
"Holly tolly" Ihlerniplisl Mr Car
r II. "Not no rat. Miss- Kr er
wN lever your name Is."
Tbe tears started to my eye. 1
knew nnw the man who employed hie
a not going to pr.-Uct Die. 1 would
have to ftglit this out myself
"I can't help It" ald. - asked
this iH-rson In-fore and reient It 'how
ibinsl be eonie up behind uie and kiss
me." ns he did. Auy ulrl - uny decent
girl lu the world -would fel In-
lilted." "Say. w hut's the matter with her?"
asked the strange mau. He seemed
genuinely bewildered. "Hasn't abe
ever been klss.sj before Carroll?"
My employer hesitated a moment.
I think be was a little sorry for me.
but HI.I-.I he wanted tu h.hiIIi (be angry
feeling f the man In whom he was
Indebted for many of bis best orders.
"I tell you what's the trouble. Illu
"'cnsi ii aald. "You got In th
ngiu ctiurch but the wrong pew.
This girl Isn't one of the tnislel.
Mies a sketi-her. It s silly of her to
sic up uen a firs alioul a kiss. but.
on the olher baud. I guexs Hbe Isn't
usu o yu fellow the way om of
ins older gills are
The buyer of the name of lllumeu-
stein by this tlm was no longer clln.
Ing to the table. II gave me au ugly
look as he turned away
"well." he aald In s misty voice as
tie walked past Mr. Carroll toward
111 Hour "whatever the einlanatlon I
guess I can trade in some other placv.
wnere me gins min t half kill a fel
low If be trie to be llttl lib tu
tell yoll aulucthlllg. though It I.ll t
real secret. Llston; The street salei
of The Time Jiiiuhs Just a little bet
ter than oWNj slugl day. (iolng
some? I If course; but not to auy-
thing like its stride yet. (jet th habit
of watching fr ne Time wati-hlng
It work. Pin your faith to it to gt
the news to you a little ahead of any
other medium lu eilstence wrttteu
letter made up better and at depend-
able as grest fidelity to truth and ac-
curacy can make It. It'll never fall
down on you. And every copy will be
Oklahoma City In tabloid form. That
gs as a covenant t(M.
The Times Oracle
You have noticed of eourae how
they are grabbing fur Th Time.
Powlbly yon tk moat of 'm hare
felt the symptom yourself Uie ap
petite growing- frian th pter' ap
eriiee based on the couvlcijon that
when It come on th street It will
carry the latest news pithy fair edi-
torial i-otnmeul and thaliti the gen-
nine Oklahoma City atmnepbere ; that
If I hern I real news breaking any
where In the world you will hear the
rancus "wnitra" of the iiewsliy
down the street a they break from
th press room with the "thing"
steaming In their arm no matter
what the hour of tly. fm going to
Ih-ar Oracle Mlue returning from
the celeliratlon at Wheeler park I find
that a family of chlggera has hecoms
attached to my is-raou. Th reallvt
creatures are caustug m much Ui
eaulne. I am unfamiliar with animal
life In Oklahoma. How can I do away
with the chlggerT STHANUttR.
Oracle pities you Stranger. Tow
have got lota to team. If It la really
a Wheeler park chlgger which bat
taken up with you Oracle can offei
no suggestion. You may b netted
with vertigo at any moment If thi
animal Is of the common or gardn
variety the following treatment should
prove effts-tlve ;
(iet a young mock turtle and tarn
It. Pen It up for a week without
fissl then take It out to some park al
night and turn It lis In th buabes
Hunger will sin cause It to seek
nourishment and It will begin to de
vour the sleeping cblggers. After you
have been doing this for a couple ol
weeks the turtle will begin to look
forward with much casernes to tn
Now lock him up for another wek
and prepare a barrel of salt water
Htep into tbe barrl aud (Ink tlswly
down giving th rblgger plenty id
time to inov. W'nm you ar all lu
except your ear reach up and aelM
tbe chlgger firmly between th patella
and the femur. Tbe chlgger is ia lu
lv animal so great caution la uecss
ary to keep him from slipping out ot
your hand. When yoa ar sure that
yon have got the creature tak htm
out to the turtle cage and puh bin
In. It I well to keep tbe turtle In
rase of another attack. ORACLE.
MO TUG El
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