The Indianola Enterprise. (Indianola, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 26, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Br K H. BURKE.
nm at I*rg and
REPARTEE IN THE K,K: WHERE SHE DREW THE LINE CATS IN JAPANESE FAMILIES'SONOROUS, BIT NOT MUSICAL
With Eleanor Ortjrliag H vans
CM' « f m, Ion my dtg,n mil
although II.rt*rt HoU aimed
idoh/.d the girl, I n 1.1 nut (<>re
an ill'' ■ I'll r. r
JmtM bulldog Victor, with when
hi- share.- I nii.r'-
\ t tllUl II'
«1 < • 1/ - I '
who found 'ti h
Intricac et of f t Enghth Language
Rc«pcntic:e for Realty Amulirp
-li. i. har i. a t.,nti r
D'm Mulcjm Lectjrer cn Natural
H.Story Really Had Gone Too
Par in Hib Criticism.
-1J..I:, * arid fit!.-,.,, n."
Are Kept Not So 1.1.ch as Pets
Vears for Prtvert nj the Spread
••.'.i a - a travi !• r r
at it '
11 v ami urn
Nat.ve of Pawtucket. "Down East,"
Evidently Was Used to Seeing
Name Cause Smiles
A group of rru-n wi-re in the smok
in,' < >inp;irtiii.-nt of thr I'nllman go-
to \i w V rk. S irtlv after tie
train pulled out of the station at
\\ ilk< - larr '. Pa., cigars woK- pr *
dueed from each individual vest
p i. lighted itmI before long a
• rul cimti r-,it imi was I •••nm.
\ arii'ti.- to ; - were ili- u- <-.|. at:
!'■' i all >i..'au to a-k the othet
in the vn in—l>H.k'
llix name u- MI,.
jut. ami Vu tor b
.a. did not lik'
nany fine fellow -
friend, hut then
hint to Hollow,,.
• V ii • >r. Kv.ri
HtiVl- Of till' <I<Iff
kill ft Veritable
«'haii]|n'iii among Maine gladiators.
Only his niitifM knew bow iniI'l
and lovable w i- li • «I'-1,r "ti. 'I •
the i-1ranger, it win> mm li u though
Miss linn ,ng wer, alt. ml. >| h ■ ■:„i
bully of tl anlntrorld.
It w,i* ii marvi'l that llullownv
bail ever die. ded n ; • Ming 111>• >11
better than a fri.inllv footing vvitli
Eleanor when hi* dud ike fur tin
dog via" apparent anil uiienn. I
mltd, Inn Hollowly was distinctly
likeable, nti< 1 lie liihI I:i mccptt il '
n- something niore tliiin a frnri< 1,
(bough Kleanor \* ■ ■ 11• I i. t Ii^t«-:i tn
his it iii''.all of lov e.
"ItV just t'iii vvvv, Uerl." h<- ha.1 I
dpi lined when lie first sikcd her t.ij
lie his wife. "I lik.- you : I I,k<- you '
ver\ iniieh indeed, hut I nm . m-?-.
ft it inns. They mi v thni il ' inim
men hotter than other tie i • in. \ i
r«il, I ti
"i in i"
1 n't in*
. id^l III.
• so nasty,
how \ ie
up at inv p'
mis. iniiilit lie uvtl a- a !.
"I Ins -|ni men. ladies an
• n. Iim« been in eaptivitv f.
M«e uk you mav Hr from
■I >;!.*— upon its fur and tin
in«l untidy way its hair
r.ihah!;. is glad, however,
'•ir i- going out of St v ie In
iv.' I 1
ted I TI
It ' L'l
died the on.-
•pt across tin
..a hail from?'
) .-.•>( Ill
'I i all -i. ti at hi* opinion was
i'llt irely jlistilii'd." she declared icily.
I will Iii.I v.in g hhI iimming
She started to rise. I,ut w ith a low
j!r. «l mi.I liared teeth \ if mlvaia^l
taw urd her and she sank Imu k on the
-i'a t. 11ollovvii \ uinde a move to
j.'rag|i the dog'* lender, hut another
er<>viI nii'l a in.ire generous displav
ill polished fiiiiirs wariie.1 him not to
v'' N. . r t • ' in. ! i
'What have von done with my whi>
GREAT CITIES AND RIVERS.
"*ir, ejaculated a lady in hi- an- t
n nee. '•How dare votl? I stoml for v
it when you called it a skunk, al-• a
though I have jrot a guarantee that t
it s Alaskan sahle. And I didn't *av i
The present writer hold* that no ! 11 w'""d when you ealleil it matted
ity ean have real greatness unh-i<H it :|"d uiiti.lv. Hut P draw the line
when yiiu say it is going out of
lake vour hand olT mv new
de c at-k
^'ou know tliHt
tart they push to
shmil'ln't !«■ surprised
ti • "overnmcnr had
njr a li\ed law."
-lands oil a eoli-i
navigahle river s;i
It. ing an ii rt itii iiil
'I hi the d
nihil- river. A
■s it from ever
it v. ('oinmeree
a L'r. iit river is j
v rv count rv in
v like I
'Hial ? i
SISE ISLAND SECRET SOCIETY.
T' Si i.landi r- lined a
was asked of another.
"Why—v. I'v—I ri side at Consho
hiH-ken. ne.tr i'hilai1clphis.n
The smile liecame broader.
"And where, oh! where, do vot
make your abiding place?" vviu
asked of the little thin man, who hat
done a hit of questioning himself.
"My home is m Pawtucket, I!. I..'
was the reply, in a somewhat ruf-
fled tone, "and I can liek the firsi
riiun wiiii dar.to laugh out loud !''
jieeuliar notor •
"An.ili.er . . • o. jtlslilhlhl-i Ojiin- M.'drnl e\ . oih'-r I
inn. Null,"' sii'.ncstiil Ilollownv v. Ih We leiirn at il.ool llui
t : ill. t ' '• : ' I: '■•••I .•:• e.d ■! "•'•! t1 •
t I, , ■ . t W'i. ,■ . '•< ail I ■' I ; ( ail il' r-
. N-inpt to rise, hut i'ach true the nilv in the | 1 ir. in one's mind.
"il1: llliuli' it evident that to do so Hut i' M n.ires, wll.il v.ill enii.'
v-iiiilil he ilangerouH. •The minutes to see ii in renliiy, i- a wisp of water
« ■ I mi Inward liin. ii time, and the trickling nmoiig vvasli - of sand, and
.-.iluation became embarrassing. Tliev j lnmhancled by washerwomen in the
vvi r«' in a purl of liic park not miieh hot month- li-I the raw material of
fret]neiiti•<I mid no our pa- ed hv who j their unlu trv .11ou!d ail. London
coil l.l a ill. At last Holloway bad au i i- inconccivflblo without the Thrnnss.
inspiration. \ - London Sp<vtutor.
" Vnn knnvv how sin age N' i. gets
vvlicn anyone pretendeil to strike
villi." lie reminded. "Suppose \ I 111 '
pretend to make up. I'erbap that's
it ami lie will lei u ■ go on then."
" llllt hi \v t" s!ie asked. "We call-j
nut very will explain to hint that il j
is ii II right."
" IVrluips if you let me hold vour
linn«I fur n iixniienl," sugeesied 11• >1 -
French soldiers in their la
::i!i.;iy r eetitl;,
ve principle of i
itained in nnvhi
have been made ir
to isolate the i>e-
.lira venom, but in
the products be. )
HOW TO DO IT.
' •ii it hv the c ruel pr.ietice- of the
•or*, i if the seen.. : i r one bat-
' a w t'Tsavs: "As the chasseurs
• iit over the ground for the thr I
tin* they, indeed, .-aw - .'lit- which
nde them little inclined to grant
prayed for hv thej
\liked lav all their (alb i
les: one poor fellow had had
- gouged out; I he blood was
in;r from their sockets: lie was.
l II alive. Aiv;hi r bail I . n di--" -
i.iweled; a third w,i- found with
loitnd biiinls beside a lire, his head
barr, d to a cinder."
THE POOR HOST.
I by the ISritish
said to be still ,he
rrowing nlatives to
of the deceawd
I wretches on whom th. \ vver
I his .
wrapped in hark on a
- mie fores' thicket, desolate
or oth r tinfrci|uen:ed spot, where it
.- le't uuburieil by the hearers, who
never revi.j the plaee ai .iin. The
Bach el i v\ ;-o are .1 ni/. ns of a
ne'ghliorh.i • 1 village and distant
relatives of the de.-eu--ed avoid the
nee.".sitv of burial or cremation and
show their respect for the deceased
by -imply eating him.— National
-;atU" tern - I "■ phi ilo- ii
pared from t', • dried veil i
is described .- a !i_Iit \ •! 1<
phous body, which bonis
ii.-r to ! I- ;ivii.g any rc - due. and contains in
ravine sulphur, ph. - il: irtis or nitrogen, it
dissolves with diilieulty in water.
) i'-ld:'!g ;i soli.tii.ii wliich is e\!reme-
lv jmisoiinus i :i injection, but the
tciiie eff. et of which is destroyed by
alkali. It is stated to be a very
weak nc-id, and to b.- pi. ipitated
from ii- s 1 tit ii hi by ammonium sul-
phate. but i ot I.- -niliuiu ehi iriile •!
.' lium suhii'ate.
U M3RELLA'S DELIGHT.
kiss v.iii Vic would
ya,'.'-,-l'iSsSS I V <i
I --V'-X ^
"Suppose We Try—er."
does not like you any more than you
like him, and I'm I'm afraid."
"Hut I can bring recoininenihi-
iions from dozens of dogs," declared
Hollow ay. "Dick Wynnt's hour will
laud me to the skies, and Her. Tre-
vor's mastiff will echo, 'Me, too,' to
every word of it."
"II s nothing to joke about," de-
clnrcd Kleanor softl*y. "I'd like to
Buy 'yes,' Herl, but -there miisi he
Bomo reason why Vie hates vou."
"No doubt it's because I do not
consider him a lit companion for
you. retorted llollovvnv. "If vou
were a horsey girl the sort who
weal'1 teens coals and shoes, and
uses slang and cigarettes, Vie would
be nil right, but you are siieli n
dainty, feminine litllo woman that
Vic strikes a jarring note. He known
that I want to make him lose his
job nil.l naturally lie doesn't like
11 eMowav would have ill- i: I
further, but Kleanor turned tin (.m-
vers.-'iinn and would boar no more
against V;,. Ilo!'. wav. -• •
tiler-1 was no room for a' -nil tit,
moodily accepted for the nn
the I.. di, •am, ih.'it i ..' .
him ib.it even in their w.il' - an 1
ilrivi - \ ie funned a had i nl an I
"plsyed gooseberry" in doggy dignity.
'I . v were walking in the park
when 11 o disem-ion was reouened
Vic had been industrionsly chssing I
sipnrr. having slip:u<d hi> lcu<!•
®"d a pai p"'ie,man had tbrcat-
en.il to shoot him. Eleanor managed 1
to got tie dog back on leash and, ex-;
buiisted by her exertions, had sat
dow n to r. - over her breath. 11. ;1.,-
way shared the bench and Vic sat
on his haunches before then solemn-
ly regarding the pair through blood-
"To think that that horrid man
wanted to shoot poor Vie!" pun, ,1
Eleanor. " The ]n>or fellow i- n,.< to
blame for following n mil urn I in-
"I can sympathize w ith the police-
man,'" said llollowar, betrayed into
a temper. "Ko dog should bo permit-
"Ve might try the liniid part," six
ugrwil, oirering ii duinlilv glovec:
Iniiitl which llollowav promptly eii-
eolll (inssed with his on ti.
" N ie looks more unliable already,"
dceUired llollovvnv. "Suppose that
we try er the second part of the
t rcii t men! ?"
F«>r ii moment Kleanor hesitated.
then slivlv ji Very pink cheek was of-
,• „ i i i, u ,i i llnslmml—I liail a clieiim last night.
femdond Holloway pressed hU hps , drwun, , was rowing up the rlTer, and
against it. logether I hey turned to l captured ati iceberg, and retailed the
look ill Victor. Tlio heavy lips were I ice nt $.".tl the ton. Then I woke up.
Still parted nver the gleaming teeth, [ Wife ' With I could have a dream
bill till• V sei'liuil to possess a IllOI'e
"I tIi■ lik lie makes a fine host," \Y,
said she. "lie i- so iiiioiisiiieuous. vivise
lie just walk- quietly about giving; mibli
m a in favor of not permitting
et ion are sa id t • have aroused
■ sentiment to such a degree in
ders to the waiters to hand out lh.-| England that men like Lord'Lister
laiiipagne and one thing another j are . .unpolled to go out of their own
I country to perforin their experi-1
mi nis. Sum, si leiitilic men in New
j V ork have warned women who are
inclined to talk about it that tliev
Hubby—Well, you just put \oiir cold
feel in the middle of your own back,
AN AIRY PRESENT.
aitiiiilile curve and the slutnpv tail
piiiimled the concrete of the walk
"I |ruess \is a good judge after
all, ilc* -1 ii red llolliiwav, leaning j "You r.iiuiuber that vv ■ ■ 1.1 i n _• we
over in pat bis head, "lie knew that | to last winter where the father
if \v«'s parated it might be for goo'
.'iml uill you acci'pt
men 1, \ I 11 ; "
" I I perhaps \ ii
11: 11 • .1 I il' -a in >r. "Mil
ll' the bride
her a wechlin
nil avenue inatis onasked
< I he. "V on remember there was a lit-
right. | t|,. dollhouse m.niiiiure of it on the
vou will | iable:- Well, last week I v.. nt t
i ,1 ii.'i;. kindly tow ard Vie, now." | other w hei
"I should s.,v s„." a reed llollo-
"Po von know. I think that
and hardly ever says anythiii!.'. I!
makes a hit with nie. 1 think he i
"I don't know," said he languidly
"'t sivms to me he might keep make a great mistake, and that tliev
away troni the middle of the room a I w ill only succeed in driv ing Atneri-
tritle more. Stand to one side, or can talent out of the country if they
against the wall somewhere or go out j persist in ignorant criticism.—St.
of the room altogether. One gets | Louis ("Slobi-Pemocrat.
just a little tired of seeing him al-
ON A MISSIONARY TOUR.
Miss Kiichel ('ostello and Miss
Klinor Kendell are two Knglish
girls in this country lecturing on
woman suffrage at lhidclilfe and
other colleges. Tliev made a tour
"I find." said the woman, "that
people who have passed through any
great and terrible catastrophes such
us earthc|tiakc panics or disastrous
marriages seldom speak of them.
The terror has probed too dec]) for
words. A striking example of th.s
The Umbrella—Dear me,
feathers on that woman's
>f England in a caravan, c.uimin;: in fact is the vai« t of Omar's tenor.
e the geiitle-
lie is. lie tried ti
•i!i I he had done vv '-.en !,. >aw
lie had gone too far. Ill I'e hoy!"!
e sprang to 1 lollovvav's knee at
nv11at ion and made frantic en- !
>rs to liek the limit I l'- it rested
fiillu r went o
'here was a miniature
airship on I lie table with th - other
presents that her father had pr, -etit-
,-d to her as a slight token of his re-
the open liehls at night. Th. y are
described as beautiful young wotucn.
fine and gracious, and only dif'i ring
from Kaih-litTe or other colli _ eir!-
ill the hnited S'.-'tes in their ■_:enu-
inel.v delightful Knglish invent.
- i They will take a graduate course nt
t'onstuntino. Ih survived the Mar-
tinique earihc|uake. He is all over
wounds from that u 'heaval. but lie
ti. ver says a word about it.
THE PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGI.
.,ii Ii is In ad, but I ii'llowi'v paid no
ntleillin i, for his eves were onlv for
I'.lea nor. I n her eves lie read her en-
tile approval of '. ictor's judgiueut.
GROUND FOR HOPE.
The prisoner vv as dow ilea i.
"i Ini r up," hi- law \ el'. "I "v.
i_ot a jury of 1" men too stupid
to lit ill out that v ou're guilty."
Niitiit'iilly the client took a more
liopi I'nl view.
"Wluit do vou think of Mr. and
Mr- Serappv s being married hv a
ju.-ti« e of the peace?"
"I think a nurn of war would have
been more lilting."
Doctor—Now, tai;e tlws medicine
ami you will sleep like a Iwby.
Patient—Why. doctor, if vou]
iiicmi our baby. I guess I'll not taki
.lack The fortune teller said I
would marry a blonde.
Holle Ih,! sb, -a\ how soon?
.lack In s \ months.
Hello (i oy Iv I I can i asiiv he a
liinllde by thai time, .lilt k. Sketch,
Mr. UulTv 1 called lx>ea^c 1
thought vou were out.
Miss Pert Well. I thought I was
out. too. The maid must have
thought vou were some one else.—
"I made enough money in Wa
street last week to buy a house am
"Hid you buy it?"
"Well, no: but 1 wish I had."
"Kathcr, what is
"Well, an empty title is your moth-
er's way of calling me the head of
Even >>ir Frederick rreves 1«
tur, lies not revealed all the trut
about radium. The latest cont
lion is from a third-form h.,v
TRAINING OFFICE BOYS.
A class for the training of otlict
hoys was started recently iti New
^ ork by tin Children's Aid soeietv
hut with not much hope of makina
it a success. On the contrary, it has
proved a success in every way, and
not only are the classes full, but
business men are clamoring foi
"graduates ot the school. Three
nights in the week classes are held
and the pupils range in age from tc
t, n to 1 I \ears.
_I& .rfVfw,. L£T-j [
i^' , V !" ----- ,
,£ W N."
. wi •?-- - t RURAl
f^!^5 I. *.«•i v /P-,
ates that "radium is an 'magmary \ .> ■ - ^ "Wi.a! vou farmers want i
no on,-i le which Loin' .„ ,ab„„ n
■' - - " "That's right," answered F.
' U .'• (."rnfoss. i. -j ve got a grand i
CAUSE OR EFFECT?
Westerner—Kansas is sure a pros*
nerous state, t' so days. Why. all
the farmers are wearing patent
Kiislenier No wonder they have
such a big corn crop.—Cleveland
at 2 A. M.
Percy—What i? a brick-hod, ma?
Ma—Why, a thing to hold brick:
Porcy—And a tripod—is that a thin
to hold tripe, ma?
st,'iiiii heat and a private gas plant.
All we want now is an elevator in
the bouse."—Washington Star.
"It will be great when we all hav.
disappointed. I 1 hiiik you will get mnch pleas-
, ure out of the use of an aerodrome?"
"What's the matter with Brown?! "^*ou het I will; my wife's mother
He looks disappointed." 1 savs she will never get into one of
"He is. After working for three! 'he pesky things." T'.xchange. .
its greatest merit.
Mrs. Jaw hark -You used to call
mo a (low, r. 1 suppose you meant years to land a political job lie
you wanted, n ■ to shut up at night, i nali.v succeeded. The disappointment
Mr. .law-back—Yes. and 1 was j is due to the fact that connected j Mnrie—Ktliel Darwin's new mush-
thinking «f a morning glory—it; with the position is work he will j room hat has one redeeming feature
doesn't or.-n again. (he expected to do."—Detroit Free .lane- What is it?
THE ETERNAL FEMININE.
"Pop. what does it mean about the
survival of the fi11i-st ?"
"(If the lit-tisi ? It means, mv son.
VERY MUCH SO.
It covers the most of her
He (pedantically)—Can you
think of any large body or class of
that however the rest of us may go men with uniform tendencies? j Atlantic in midoecan?
broke, the dressmakers always have She (flippantly) — Certainly, j Patsy Bolivar (live it
money." I There's the army. I er; it's loo deep for inc.
out of his depth.
Teacher—What is the depth of the
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