Foyil City Breeze (Foyil City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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Tbe wanes of arbitration should be
paid na pence work
For rear* Offlnli' Tea Imp been on tlin uisr-
Tbli iiium moan's rt<ineily wurtb while
A good memory is essential to a sue-
Some people away up In the social
scale are really too light to bring the
Destined for Many Trips.
"I have written a short story," said
the amateur literary persuu. What
is the first step to take In selling It?"
"Buy ten dollars' worth uf stumps,"
advised the old hand at the business.
The Condensed Product.
"Oh. auntie, can I go to the fancy
dress ball as a milkmaid?"
"No, darling; you're too small."
"Well, then, can I go as a condensed
"These kids I teacli aren't a bit
■low," observed a school teacher yea
terday "In fact, I'm afraid they lead
the papers. The oilier day i pro
|K>seil the following problem to my
" 'A rich man dies and leaves $1,-
000,000 .One-fifth is to go to his wife,
oneslxth to Ills son, one-seventh to
his daughter, > ne-eighth to Ills broth-
er and the rest to foreign missions
WhM does each get?'
"A lawyer.' said the lit tlest hoy In
the class."—Case and Comment.
The Only Way.
An elder while baptizing converts at
a revival meeting advanced with a
wiry, sharp-eyed old chap into tne
water, lie asked the usual question,
whether there was any reason why
the ordinance of baptism should not
be administered. After a pause a tall,
powerful-looking man'whowas looking
quietly on remarked:
"Elder, I don't want to Interfere In
yer business, but 1 want to say that
this is an old sinner you have got hold
of, and that one dip won't do him any
good; you'll have to anchor him out In
1eep water over night.l.lfe.
They are a happy Sewicktey couple
They haven't been married very long
In fact, the honeymoon lias liareiv
waned. An elderly friend met the
bridegroom downtown yesterday and
slapped hltu on th« back.
"Well, happy as a lark. I suppose?"
"How's the cooking?"
"I have one trouble there It's Just
this, my wife has been prepariug angel
food every day for diuiier.
"You must be getting (ired of IL"
"I am. Yet I feel a hesitancy about
saying anything. How soon after the
Smoon would It lie proper to ask
fefsteak und onions?"—Pittsburg
TO MAKE SURE.
miss Hascolgne — Kr-before an-
nouncing our engagement, count, 1 er
I think perhaps It would be more sat-
Isfactory if you had your-ei-title guar-
VISITS NOTED GIIY
Writer Tells of Soenes Where
Jeanne d'Arc Died.
Tourist* Accspt Hospitality of Farm-
or't Wife, and Ara Shown Relics
Owned Bsfore Har Ex-
Rouen. Franco.—Flora, Dear: It
seems almost cruel to write of Rouen,
when you were denied the pleasure of
vitlting here. You were ever a stanch
admirer of Joanne d'Arc, and we plan-
ned to cover the scenes of her tri-
umphs and misfortunes, since our first
The mediateval city has quite meas-
ured up to my expectations. Jack and
1 explored tbe glorious old Gothic ca-
thedral from the crypt to the belfry
tower. What a wonderful specimen of
architecture it is! We made several
fairly good sketches of the navo aa
well aa the exterior.
The torn of Richard Coeur de Lion
la much defaced by vandals who col-
In the Place de la Pucelle stands a
atatue of the Maid of Orleans, over tbe
exact spot where she was burned.
The people of Rouen hold her very
name in sacred veneration and relate
many traditions associated with her
The surrounding country Is extreme-
ly alluring, and each day we tramp for
miles. The well-kept fields of grain or
vegetables each has Its border of field-
flowers blooming In riotous profusion.
Poppies, daisies, buttercups, and bluets
grow, apparently, to garland some
One afternoon, feeling rather tired
and hungry, after walking six miles,
we stopped at a farm cottage and pro-
cured milk and fresh bread. The good
wife, a typical belle of Normandy, was
most kind to us. She spread our feast
In the vine-clad summer house of her
In the distance we could plainly di
tingutsh the tower w here Jeanne d'Arc
was imprisoned for so many weary
months. Jack pityingly narrated a few
instances concerning her imprison-
ment which history fails to relate. In
tbe midst of bis conversation, our
bostesa disappeared. She returned,
however, almost Immediately, holding
In her band a small box of antique cop>
per. Giving this to Jack, ahe request-
ed him to examine its contents.
Upon opening the box he drew forth
a rosary, much discolored from age.
the beada being evidently of Ivory.
Aftjr murmuring a Bhort prayer, she
gave ua the history of the rosary. One
of her ancestors was the keeper of
Jeanne d'Arc during the period of im-
prisonment at Rouen. He was de-
voted to this unfortunate maid, and
The Experience of Two Girls
Here Related For The
Benefit of Others.
Rxhester, N. Y.—"I have a daugh-
ter la years old who has always been
▼erv healthy until recently when she
complained of dizziness and cramps every
month, so bad that I would have to keep
her home from school and put her to bed
to get relief.
"After giving her only two bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound she is now enjoying the best of
health. I cannot praise your Compound
too flighty. I want every good mother
to read what your medicine has done for
my child."—Mrs. RIchard N. Dunham,
811 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y.
Stoutsville, Ohio. —"I suffered from
headaches, backache and was very irreg-
ular. A friend ad-
vised me to take
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
pound, and before I
had taken the whole
of two bottles I
founi relief. I am
only sixteen ,yeara
old, but I have bet-
ter health than for
two or three "years.
I cannot express my
thanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound has done for me,
I had taken other medicines but did not
find relief."-Miss Cora B. Fosnaugh,
Stoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1.
Hundreds of such letters from moth-
ers expressing their gratitude for what
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound has accomplished for their daugh-
ters have been received by the Lydia IS.
Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn,Mau.
In Saskatchewan (Western Canada)
aoo Bue'tele from 20 sores
of i 'heat waa tbe thresher'*
return from ■ Lloyd-
minster farm In the
•eason or 1910. Many
field* in that aa well aa
other diatrlcta yield-
ed from IS to S3 bu-
•hela of wheat to the
•ere. Other (rain* to
ara lima derived
m ESTEAD LANDS
is excellent • bovine eaaeae
prices to advance. Land values
shoulddoablela two jeers' tine.
Unla crowlnc.mil "
TM ONLY A LITTLE GIRL'
llomNteadiof 1M Mraaart
For particulars as to location,
tow seltleia1 railway rates and
desertpilT* lllauraied paeiphlrt.
•■Laet Bret West." and other in-
formation, write to Bupt of Immi-
gration, Ottawa. Canada, or to
Canadian Uuremnent Agent.
MS W. Ninth ti. Rania* Clfe He.
Please wtlto to theacent aeant yea
"These people have a plausible and
self-righteous excuse for their mis-
deeds,'' said Senator Hankhead, apro-
pos of certain hypopcritical lawbreak-
ers, in an address In Fayette.
"They remind me. In fact, of a cer-
tain parson's domineering wife. The
parson said meekly one day:
"My love, you told me before the
Falling Eyesight Responsible for an
Old Man's Mistake—Rebuke
A certain group of youngsters in *n
exclusive West side residential section
had been very noisy throughout the
The children were still doing their
utmost to Imitate s bedlam, when a
very angry old man appeared at the
door of a nearby apartment bouse. He
was quite old, and It was evident that
his eyesight was not the best, but he
Knnlly succeeded In picking out a
youngster who was aiding very strenu-
ously In the noise making.
The aged man walked over to the
child, took It by the hand and walked
back to the apartment. When he
reached the doorway he turned to the
child and said:
"Don't you know it's against the
law to make so much noise?''
"Yes. sir," was the meek reply.
"Well, don't you know that you'll
be arrested and put In Jail, and then
you can never be president of the
"Please, sir?" replied the child, "I
don't care; I'm only a little girl.
New York Mall.
Oddities of Justice.
That the whole theory of penal
codes Is practically unsound and op-
posed to the modern conceptions o/
the relation of tbe state to crime, is
the contention of Rugene Smili of the
New York bar, writing in the May
number of Case and Comment, the
lawyers' magazine. Illustrating the ab-
surdity and disparity between penalty
for crimes in different states. Mr.
Smith says: "The average sentence
for perjury in Florida is ten years. In
Maine one year; for larceny, In Dela-
ware ten years, in the District of Co-
lumbia ten months: the penslty for ar-
son in Pennsylvania is twice that of
burglary, but in Connecticut the guilt
of burglary Is twice that of arson; the
guilt of counterfeiting in Ohio Is twice i
that of perjury, but in Rhode Island
the guilt of perjury is twice that of
Softly—Won't you give me another
Miss Charming—Really, Mr. Softly,
you've bad nearly all so far and—
. Softly—Yes; you know, it's just
to spite Miss Lovely. We've had a
IT IS CRIMINAL TO NEGLECT
THE SKIN AND HAIR
Think of tbe suffering entailed by
neglected akin troubles—mental be-
cause of disfiguration, physical be-
cause of pain. Think of the pleasure
of a clear akin, soft, white hands, and
good hair. These blessings, so essen-
tial to happiness and even success in
life, are often only a matter of a little
thoughtrul care In tbe selection of
effective remedial agents. Cuttcura
Soap and Ointment do so much for
poor complexions, red, rough hands,
and dry, tbin and falling hair, and cost
so little, that it is slmost criminal not
to use them. Although Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment are sold everywhere, a
postal to "Cutlcura," Dept. L. Bos-
ton, will secure a liberal sample of
each, with 32-page booklet on akin
and scalp treatment
The Worm's Way.
"The lion. Stephen Coleridge.
English snti-vlvisectionist." said an
an!i vivisectlonist of Philadelphia, "is
delighted with the recent English vivi-
section report, which promises to
abolish even the use of the live bait in j
"Mr. Coleridge once argued here In i
Philadelphia about the cruelty of fish-1
ing with worms.
" 'Oh,' his opponent said, 'the mere
fact that a worm writhes and wriggles
when impaled on a hook Is no proof
that it is actually suffering pain.'
""No. oh, no!" said Mr. Coleridge,
sarcaatically. 'Beyoud doubt that is
just the worm's way of laughing at
Heard on the Waterfront.
Some ancient mariners were sitting
in a seaport tavern relating their ei-
periences of fogs.
"Ah!" said one old salt. "I've Been
some pretty thick fogs in my time.
Why, off the coast of Newfoundland the
fog was sometimes so thick that we
used to sit on the deck rail and lean
against it! We were sitting one night
sb usual, with our backs to the fog,
when suddenly the fog lifted, and we
all went flop into the sea. A bit thick,
wasn't it?"—San Francisco Chronicle.
Some people are so wrapped up in
themselves as to suggest human balls
Down in Oklahoma they have a rail-
road called the Midland Valley, which
is noted for its Blow travel. It is told
that a young man of Tulsa asked tbe
hand of a daughter from her parents
and was refused on the ground that
the daughter was too young.
"My daughter is going to Pawhusga
tomorrow for a visit," said the father,
who is a traveling man. "and If she
doesn't remain more than a day or two
she will be old enough when she gets
"But she may be an old maid by
that time," protested the young man.
—Kansas City Star.
Law of Life.
Two men were out walking one day
wedding that you knew our marriage |'n sun-kissed California. Suddenly, kiss-
wae made in heaven, and yet you or- !Ing time bein8 over, it began to rain
We all like to see a man who Is up
and doing, providing he ian't doing us.
Too Favorable a Description.
"That man ia a plnbead."
"You (latter him. A plnbead knows
JuBt how far to go."
"Come into the garden, Maud."
"What do you think I am—a fa*
A large percentage of all sickness starts
with unhealthy conditions of tbe diiieslive
organs. Garfield Tea will let tbetu right.
If every lie in the world wero
grow old, or merely cetch up with
Your Stomach needs is
Taken regularly, it
wards off the ills
man is heir to, by
toning up and
strengthening the di-
Keeping it in perfect
condition to do the
work nature has al-
lotted it. Just try it.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
Is la the a*e of raaearafc and eiperlmeat, w%«a «H
re. so to apeak, linwM by thesMIh lor
sonrort and bantam af mu. ariamm has la-
mada fflent mlrutm during tin part eeatarj aad
ir tbe br ao aisans laeat ispnftam—die.
eorertae In medteiaa KM thai of Tkaraeiua. abirh
baa. «a undriatand. baaa and with rraal aann la
the Frroob Hcapital, and that It 1. 'rtk/ the att -
tlon of tboee aba eaSer Cross kidney™Madder er
sermons dlaeaaee. ttoor'-
to east Into obllv
•<S*at from blj i
_ sssitlnnsMs fwmediw
that ware formerly fee aoia jnllamsa U BMdtaol me*
It I. of online Impoaei Me to Ml ea Siren all aa • box Id
like ta tall then In (hi. short article, bat tfco-e aba
ara Interacted aad woo Id like to Jiaoa mora auaat this
remedy that has etfr<ted ao may-aa night ahweS
•ay-mlraculoue carta, bare ealy to and addwsi
envelope for FRKB book to DrT la den Sal i^
'-"-n "imieil I sdns_lea sail Suits
for themeelvea a bether Th* Saw Fraatfc Weairtj.
"THCNAPION," Is a hat they raqeire aad alb*
they amy hare been aeeklac la Tela during a IHbsC
an told misery, Mifferlnz, IU health aad nabapi
ADVICE TO THE AGED
A«a Mac* latlralUes, sack aa staflfsh
aad •■carta Ylgar ta th* 1M1 sytaam.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 24-1912,
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
Avertable Preparation for As
•ing It* Stomachs and Bowels of
der me about as if I were a Blave.'
"' 'Order,' the woman calmly an-
awered, iB heaven s first law.'"
A California Doctor With Forty Years'
"In my forty years' experience aa a
tearher and practitioner ti long hy-
gienic lines," says a i,<m Angeles
physician. "I have never found a food
to compare with Orape-Nuts for the
benefit of the general health of all
classes of people.
"I have recommended Grape-Nuta
for a number or yeara to patients with
the greatest success and every year's
experience makes me more euthuslas
tic regarding Its uae.
"I maVe it a rule to always nrom
mend Crape-Nuts, and Postum in plar*
of coffee, when giving my patients In
atructions as to diet, for I know both
Grape-Nuts and Postum can be digest
ed by anyone.
"As for myself, when engaged In
mental mork my diet twice a
•ay ronniats of Grape Nuta and 'rich
cream. I find It Just the thing to
build up gray matter and keep the
brain in good working order.
"In addition to Its wonderful effect*
■a a brain and nerve rood Grape-Nuta
always keeps the digestive organs In
perfect, healthy tone. I carry It with
«e when I trave'. otherwise I am al-
most certain to ha** trouble with my
stomach " Name given by pintom Co.,
Battle Creek. Mich.
8trong endorsements like the above
from physicians all over the country
bave stair red Grape-Nuts the moat
•clentlflc food in tbe world. There's
Ix k la pkga. for the famous little
book. "The Road to Wellvllle.-
Kver Ml She sMir Inter r A St*
Old City Walla of Rouen.
did everything in hia power to r
lleve her suffering. He supplied her
with appetizing food and at the risk of
tls life delivered messages to her
friends. During the long siege of her
trial he faithfully aerved her in every
i.anner, and when the Inquisition final-
•y condemned her to death at th«
, atake he was heart-broken. The bish-
op of Beauvala ordered her Bible and
rosary to be deatroyed, denying her
the consolation of religion, ao far aa
hia power extended. Crushed and hu-
miliated. she awaited her terrifying
fate. The keeper, at her request, pro-
cured a rosarr from a sympathetic
priest, who wus powerless to aid the
maid. She was quite overcome by
the keeper's devotion, and blessed him
Finally, ti e day set for the awful
event arrived and the innoctnt vic-
tim of auperatition was led forth from
.ier prison tower to pay the price of
Her service to Charles VII. of Prance.
When the light had been applied to
the fagots and tbe flames rose about
the frail form of Jtanne d'Arc. the un-
relenting bishop discovered the ros-
ary suspended at her aide. He order-
ed * priest to remove It, but as he
drew near the saintly Jeanne the
flames formed a forbidding barrier,
which no one could brave.
The rosary la the cherished treasure
•T the little woman, who Is the only
aurvlvlng member of her family, she
claims that tbe rosary poasesses the
power of consolation, however great
th* sorrow may he.
Dear Jena, you should know her!
She la th* pnraonlflcatioa of peace and ,
We leave far Paris In a week. De
arraas* ta Jola as there! i
JEAN DOUGLAS, j
Vogue in Outer Garments.
| According to the Dry Uoods Econo-
mist, at the preisent time retailers are
featuring wraps of channelise and
satin. The best sellers are tbe me-
dium-priced numbeis retailing from $10
to $30. These are usually attractively
lined in some bright color, giving a
pleasing contrast. l*ace collars and
cuffs are orten used as a finishing
touch and are very effective, while
in torrents and they were miles
from the car line. One man laughed,
mjig and loud. The other wept bit-
terly. "Why do you laugh?" he asked
his chuckling companion. "Because
I am paying meter rates on water.
But why do you weep?"" -Because I
am paying 10 a day for climate." re-
plied the tourist. "One man's meat
is another man's meat bill.
a series of
"Yea. I know a man who has been
white lace is useil largely for this pur- | ^'"^"^rlyjill his life that he would
pose. Some garments are shown trim-
med with black lace, which is cut
■away to show ihe lining underneath.
Hundreds of people who would be
horror-africken at the suggestion of
suicide by the rope-antl rafter method,
-re daily killing their best selves with
the poi>on of self-pity
*onte day come into possession of a
coin worth more than its face value"
A very successful remedy for pelvic
catarrh is hot douches of Paxtine An-
tiseptic. at druggists. 25c a box nr sent
postpaid on receipt of price bv The
Paxton Toilet. Co., Boston. Maas.
nessandRest Contain* neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
sou DtSAfvn. Ararat
Wi'a4<ym flui tr
A perfect Remedy for Constipa-
tion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevrrish-
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP
Fac Simile Signature of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
"Po you find this presidential pref
erentlal primary pu*/lirg?'"
"Well, it makes you mind your p's." j
What is it?"
"AVhich union does a jack ol all
trades belong to?"
Women have no head for figures.
Tou can't make t'.iem realise that
they are ten years older than they
were ten years ago.
Many a little dog has to bark loudly
to Keep up his courage: and we won-
der if our loo self-assertive friends
aren't sometimes doing the same
The Centa'h Com paw.
(waranteed under the "Food
Enact Copy of Wrapper
When a man boasta about what s
miserable sinner he used to be. the
devil laughs In his sleeve.
Tbe old friend I* hrtler than !h«t mrw.
Osrteifi Trm is m>t «>nlv old but tried and
toned true. Made of intre «hol**on>e Uerte.
It Is possible for a man to be
straight snd make both enda meet?
•• SlBlBly Wrt&Zf eta ftm fenUil
Eight Lives Shy.
"I have only one life to live."
"That prores that you are not a cat.
The best dressing you can find for wounda, bites
of Insects, abrasions, etc.
The Carbolic Acid helps to prevent infection: the
"Vaseline" cleanses and soothes.
Especially valuable where there are children.
For sale ert'ryw
Oar ertoB "' Vaa l._ _
•S-* tBat akoeM to ta Mm „
■her# la bandy glum bottles. Be sars yoaget
Oar T.rioaa "Vaaallaa" pmaratloa. Make a a eaaateta Mictia
"tW Wrtta torfraa totXto
You Look Prematurely Old
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