The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Are Wt (Earning Sark
tii Shanking tftf GUitt&rot
By KATHER1NE POPE.
HELPS 10 HOSTESS
SUGGESTIONS FOR SOME NOVEL
HALL we bring back the rod. bring back wholesome rc-
Sspcct for law anil order? The pendulum appears to be
swinging this way a little, it seems to us, who never ap-
proved of the absolute banishment of the above mentioned
parental aid. But do not let us be misunderstood, be
judged carelessly harsh; glad indeed have we been to watch
the introduction and progress of right kindergarten meth-
| ods in home and school, especially the encompassing
the little children with sweetness and light as they
leave the home to enter the big world of other
people; we have rejoiced, indeed, that there has been brought
into use in our schools methods very different to the harsh
one of the old-time stern pedagogue, deemed it so much wiser
and better to have the backward pupil studied and encouraged than
thrashed, to have the energies of the mischievous cleverly employed
than repressed; we have been deeply glad for all tliese modern educa-
tional reforms, but sorrow enough for the superficial "sweetness and
light" that broke the rod and threw it clean away.
The young wife and mother is pathetically anxious to use modern
methods with baby's bringing up, she eschews even the mildest cor-
poral punishment; the babv, human, not angelic, grows uncontrolled
and pretty nearly uncontrollable; the mother in helpless bewilderment
asks friend and acquaintance "What shall I do?" Ten to one, friend
and acquaintance fail in frankness, fear they would be looked upon as
old-fashioned if thev were to utter their honest belief that all the child
needs is a neat little spanking; it has come to the point that Froebel
and Pestalozzi outrank Solomon.
It might be well to hand to the young mother that book of George
Meredith's that deals with the career of an unthrashed English boy,
"The Egotist." It is the best argument we have ever seen for spank
'em, spank, 'em. , .. . .
In manv of our "advance*" cities a teacher endangers his or her
position if ilie good old ferrule be ever so lightly brought .nto use
but the harrowing experiences of every school year would suggest that
the "advanced" gentleness has not proved by any manner of means
wholly satisfactory. However, it was to be expected that the reform
Iron, harshness would be too radical at first: there are evils in the rear-
ing of children to-dav, there were evils yesterday. Far and away remain
the dav that might .how a repetition of an occurrence in a schoolroom
I once was unhappy witness to: harshjinncipa stealing in at the back
door of the room, discovering a small boy with head pillowed on desk
wickedly sleeping, stealthily advancing and cuffing the sleeping cherub
right and left, the child just convalescing from a long run o fever.
The kindergarten has taught us better than this; but superficial kinder-
gartenism has given a vague, chaotic notions to the many tn home and
school discipline has come to count too little. You teach a boy and
girl an invaluable lesson, as old as
Solomon, as old as the world, when
you teach them obedience.
Children Would Like the Zoological
Party—When theBride la Guest
of Honor —An Old-
7. What bridesmaids had the Mm*
8. What were the Urlde's nlcknameaf
#. Georglana by birth, what were
they sometimes called? (Crackers.)
Hi lu what style did she arrange her
Instant *J<#< ln Wftrm Bath "I*
Catlewa ioflp .
tag* with Cutienra <
► niurttea wan u. m iiman i <|^# ro(rerinf which Cutleurs Remedial
©ay 1 aaid to a waiter in a rate: v allt-viated among the young, and Uw
• "Waiter, u this a pork chop, or a mot I eoinfort ,i,ey have afforded worn flat Mil
ton chon?' I worried parents, have led to their ado*-
" 'Can t you tell by the taate. atketl the tmB in homes ai priceleas cui "
Mo Reason te Complain
1%e independence of the American
waiter is a treat and glorinu* thine." aai I
Ji, D. fetall. of Australia. "lie lias
been roaming about in thw broad west-
ern hemisphere, breathing the air of free-
dom, liberty and. independence until he is
i-sturated with it. In Chicago the other
ueuanea I vj , , linn in roiiiiti"« ••
„. wh«ut5^tfuS'SSr- "" r .
replied the waiter. San Jraucisco Chron- l,# |0M hair, of infancy m4
childhood, are speedily, permanently «b4
A Zoological Party.
ThU la an affair that will please the
children. Arrange ihalra, one for oath
guest, lu a semicircle around a large
blackboard. If 20 children are pres-
ent. give each \ card with a number i n
it, numbering the cards from one to
twenty, with a tiny pencil attached
to it with ribbon. The name of the
child is written on tho batk of thi
card. Pass around slips of paier
folded, and have each one promise
not to tell what Is written on hi J
slip. The person ln charge will th 'n
call the number, and each child must
lofffc to see what number Is on th**
For Instance, If two is called, tho
one holding tho slip I party?' Suppose you try it. if in
12. In the garden what did ahe do?
13. What did they call their mulatto
maid? (Brown Betty.)
14. What did his business give him
a dislike for? (Pie—"PI")
15. When he left. What did he give
16. What was tho trimming of the
bridal gown? (Cream puffs.)
_ . economically cured when all other reniw
Running Account. ^ gurt,ble for children, and even th*
•The caahier ha« nkipped out snd hit i physirisn*, fail.
books lire in an swiul muddle, announced I
the bookkeeper. "What hal! we do?
"thwn s running sccount with him at
once," said the president, promptly.—
"De man dat thinks he knows it alL*
•aid I'ncle Kben, "gineralljr turns out(U
i i a victim of misplaced conhdence. •
Get at the Cause.
Sacramento. Ky., Nov. 13th (Specinll —
A typical illustration of the way DoddY.
- -; twaSSSES
Manufacturer Who Understand
Frank P. Lewis has recently returned
17 What did her little brother do well known here. She saya:-
i "For over lou
wh *n he did not want to got to school?
18. What was her lover's favorite
A Snliniagundl Party.
Did you over give a Sallmagnndt
----! eet u«,,an'1 ,dra" °n ,nLr; .V doubt as to modes of entertainment.
picture of the onimal the paper d Big- mRy ^ ^ many tf|bl„ a8 you
nates, the olheTs putting down on their ^ ^ ^ ^ ub,# ym wl„ haV9
cards opposite the number caled. the a ^ por lnstance, Bt the
animal they think It is. Ar,pr - hr8, tal)]c have "old maid" or "hearis,"
animals have been drawn and guess.*. ^ ftt thp ^ uW# >re pick.
the correct 1st Is read the chUdrea ( ^ ^ & di8h Qf ,iran wllh
marking their cards with the ones 1<K)thplckJ|> FoUf at ano(her table
they have ci.rrect. may sew buttons on a square of cloth,
The boy or girl who rightly gue.sm I ^ (hp o(hprs yQu may haye „bean
the greatest number will rccelve a 1^,, ttraW(„ ..oarromB" an.i
prize. The one guessing the sma tying pins on a thread*' Provide score r)^i,t to meddlsin my bunness affair*! He-
number must also have a prize lor ' . nrn.rpR. HI1d change partners. | aides, l ean prove an abb.!"
the liest crops autl engaged them, aai
«ill go Inter to watch the curing aai
packing of same. The 1-ewis Single Binder
factory probably controls more fancy
rrailed tobacco than any other cipar fac-
tory in the I'nited States. In spite of the
i to get cured and I that the factory sends out n«. travel,
inv Knucmutism the '"U salesman to boom its
Hut I heard about to the trade, the Single Rinder ^ee
mtd thoinrht I would ' rcnched seven null10? >eJ,r
e\oec<l eight million in 11*'*. ror twenty*
three months thlW factory has been be-
hind in its orders. ^
The man who ha* a big income is th*
one who docs the least talking about il
ir the family ciitile.-Philadelphia BuIp
For over four vears 1 was greatly
troubled with Klicnoiatimiii. It lined to
take me worst in my legs and Icet. At
times I woultl be so Imd 1 could not put
my feet to the ground. As I am over
seventy-three years of age I liegan to
think 1 was ioo old to get cured and
should have to bear
best way I could.
Dodd's Kidney Pills nnd thought 1 would
e ve them a trial. So 1 sot a bo* and
Itegnn taking them. Well, I nust ►ay
IMd's Kidney Pills did me a wonderful
lot of good. They cased the pain from
the first, ami today I am in Iwtter
health than 1 have been for many years."
Resorting to the Higher Methods.
The pickpocket had been caught in tho
act and arrested.
"What is the meaning of this, he ex-
claimed. pale with indignation, and stui:
sting violently. "IJeatlcnien, this is an • ul-
lage! I can explain it nil! You have no
consolation. A Noah's ark and a toy
donkey would be appropriate. Serve
animal crackers, with cocoa, chicken
sandwiches and arrowroot blanc-
mange in individual molds.
cards, progress and changa partners.
The hell will ling at the head table. |
This party will produce an evening
of hilarious fun.
Hut he was too insignificant an opera-
tor. He was hurried otl to the lockup.—
By MISS JULIA RICHMAN,
District Superintendent of Schools, New York
Ours is a nation
of immigrants. The
citizen voter of to-day
was the immigrant
child of yesterday.
He may be the politi-
cal leader of to-mor-
row. Between the vot-
er of to-day and the
A Pre-Nuptial Dinner.
A southern bride-elect was tin
guest of honor at this exquisite dinner,
to which only the bridal party were
asked. The tablecloth was of white
net over white satin, while sjrlnklel
over this were hundreds of sweet i ei
blossoms cut fiom the stem. They
were shaded from almost white to a
depp pink. A delicate green vine ran
carelessly through this mass of color,
over which, like a fall of snow, dia-
mond dust was profusely sprinkled.
The lights were shaded with opalescent
glass, which gives such a soft effect.
A huge bow of white tulle on the back of
a chair plainly indicated the seat for
the honored guest. Suspended over
the table were small wedding bells of
green with sweet pea rims tfnd clap-
pers. White satin slippers filled with
pink and white bonbons were the fa-
vors for the ladies; the gentlemen had
candy boxes In the shape of wedding
bells. Cocktails were served In the
drawing-room, then the following de-
licious menu was served ln the dlning-
Grape fruit on am llax-wreathed
plates, bouillon, fish in ramakins, potato
croquettes, crown roast of lamb, green
peas ln heart-shaped casfs. mint i<e
quail on toast, fruit salad, wafers, in-
dividual Iced cream in shape of be'Is
with decorations of myrtle. French
coffee, crackers and cheese were
served In the library.
n* you t«nkrates, winnecti<>us, d^Tg^r £
LeghumeU;'lle has'more temptations. "- ^Ad^St'.,^ChkS>'ill '
\\ .i* iniL'inti Mar. • ' — -
Among the qualities that win in a foot-
tall game, hcnoruble mention must bo
given to avoirdupois.—Chicago iribune.
NOT A TRUCE LEFT
A Calico Party.
A calico party la not a bad idea In
these days of the resurrection of old . \\ushington Star
styles and customs and nothing bet-
ter contributes to the genuine fun of
Ask your guests to wear wash cos-
tumes; this means shirt waist sulta
for the women, and duck trousers, with I
negligee shirts, for the men. Pro- _
vide aprons of calico or cheese cloth. nheumatl«m Thoroughly Cured by
and cotton materials for neckties. Let j Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
partners be chosen by matching an paie People.
apron and necktie material. Then in j, one rcm„ly tlmt will enri
the allotted time, the men are to hem rheumatisui iu any of its forms aiirt so
the aprons, sewing on the strings, ( thoroughly eradicate the disease from
while the girls must evolve neckties , ^ gystoll, tlmt tho euro is pcrmuuent.
for their partners, either four-ln-hnnd. ^jg nme,iy is Dr. Williams'Pink Pills
Ascot or "Btrlng," as they may deem jur p,kie people and the proof of the
best. ■ statement is found in tho experience of
When time Is called, prizes are to be : jj,. x. 8. Wagar, of No. 73 Academy
awarded, after a careful examina' on I ,tre,.t) Wntertown, N.Y. He says:
of the submitted "creations." The i "The poiu wus in my Joiutonud my
men will don the ties and the girls gnflferingsfor ovet two years wus beyouil
the aprons and a granil march to a description. There was au iuteuse imin
lively tune will be ln order. If P° - In my shoulders ^that: prevoutod mo
h„v. the il.l««.m
to represent en outdoor feardrn to . ^ WiUiftnilj> t>iuk Pills tho improve-
add novelty to the affair. men t was gradual, but by tho tiiuo I had
I taken four boxes I was entirely cured
A combination which makes a cup a„a I have not had tho slightest touch
or delicious tea. Is a mixture of Eng- of rheumatism siuco that time.'
Hsh Breakfast and Orange F.koJ Mr.Wa^a^
Oo East via the Nickel Plate BoadL
Lowest rati* via the Nickel l'late Road
snd its eastern connections to all pointa
in Kastern and New England Mates.
Three elegant through trains daily te
Cleveland, Buffalo. New York and llostoa.
Meals served in Dining Cars on the Indi-
vidual Club I'lan, at prices ranging from
cents to 11.00. Also service a la carte.
Luxurious Sleeping Cars on all trains. N®
excess fare charged on any train on the
Nickel l'late ltoad.and service as good ae
the I kent. For full information regardiaf
Bad luck ruins one man in a hundred}
scod luck spoils the other 98.—Chicaga
Clear white clothes are a sign that tha
housekeeper Uses lted Cross iia.lL Blue.
Large 2 os. package, S cents.
Borne people hoard their ignorance like
$16.00 an Acre
of VC STEIN CAR AM <a
the amount many far
ers will real lis fr«m
their wheat crop tWe
IS Bushels to the Aera
will be the Averaca
Yield of Wheat.
The land that this was grown on ws«
the fsrmers shsoltilfly nothing, while
wished lo add to I he IW acres
grants ciu buy ltud adjoining al from 96 lo fa0
Climate splendid, school eonTSolent, rallwe>e
close at lisnd, tsaes low.
k "r"',7":;'°r'-°-r7- \ ««• ss^Ki.i&issssiK'c2sa
To each cup add a slice of pmeappio , ,ny8eif for gtoniach trouble and o0Teriimeut Agents:
This has an unusually pleasing flavor. J in her .endorsement of.Dr. Williams;
j ' pills myaell lor siomacn irouum smi ooveruueni■
which has been soaked ln rum. and f exnerieimwl great relief from their j,9.ciiAwroan.i# Wast tbS .. gaasascitr
* * ' . . ma S..,. .1 ..I 11 1; .. Il.ii min/e.
■immigrant child of yesterday stands the school. The school alone can
make oi the immigrant the material upon which the future welfare of
the state ami the nation is based. Careful examination of the statis-
tics of the bureau of immigration shows first, that no census of chi -
dren of school age anting the arriving immigrants is taken; second,
that thousands of immigrant children of school age never enter our
schools ; and third, that about nine per cent, of immigrant arrivals are
of school age. 'Ihat there lias never been any coordination between
the immigration and the school authorities is a governmental blunder
which needs immediate correction.
The immigrant child of prior schooling should be properly graded,
not according to his knowledge of English, but according to his men-
tality. Special classes for foreigners, as a means to an end, not as an
end'in itself, must be established in all communities where foreigners
CO"^Th^aAmericanization of the child, while the parents remain foreign
in thought, language and custom, means domestic shipwreck. The
school must give to the parents correct American standards. In or-
der to acquaint parents as well as children with a respect for the law,
we must change our methods of teaching civics. A community needs
knowledge of local ordinances before it needs to know the divisions of
the national government. Foreigners should be taught the laws which
were made for their protection. It is far more essential that they
shouliT&e taught to obey tenement house laws, to keep fire escapes
clear and to separate ashes from garbage, than to memorize the qual-
ifications of a I'nited States senator or to name the members of the
Loafing is a science,
even a fine art. Peo-
ple are too busy, or
think they arc, which
just as bad—to spend
time i n enjoying
What is loafing for
me, however, may not
officers have ideas
I visited one man
,1 small amount of Marashlno. A small
bit of lemon added brings out the fla-
vor of the pineapple.
A teaspoonful of rum in the ordl-
mx/mm-. - - n" .
use. My daughter, Mrs. Atwood, of
Gill street, Watertown, has used them
for female weakness nnd was much ben-
eflted by them. I regard Pr. Williams
A/rut tun this p'tptr.
Russian tea with lemon, is al* )s in ( Dr ^illiftlllH.pinic pjH have cured the
A "Tree" Evening.
An absorbing entertainment for w muuiiw nosni i>niv..«
school or church affairs is an "Rven-; R00(j form. Some hostesses p: ss tin j bbsvliessuess.iiidiKestioii,
ing with Trees." Decorat ■ as far a* squee7e(1 anrt strained lemon juice ln i influenm, headaches, backaches, linn
possible with leaves, branches and ( & cut.glasg pitcher, so that visitors do
not have to handle the slices of lemon.
Brandled cherries are a tasteful and
pleasant addition to the cup of after-
noon tea. Sand tarts, fancy wafers,
v W fnr.uh.h-
11m l~ li>r wk«. yu'i li
vines. In serving refreshments, try io
have tree products, such as chocolate,
figs, dates, cocoanut cake, nuts, and
so on. Then give conundrums on the
order of those below. The quest iona
may be written on cards, with p"n"il3
attached. Pass them to the guest3,
who will write their answers. A pot-
bago, sciatica, neuralgia, nervousness^
spinal weakness, and tho special ail-
ments of girls and women whose blood
supplv becomes weak, scanty or irregu-
lar. The genuine l)r Williams' Pink Pills
SMil t<*>' flSrna n.| wlO
«i*lnh<r ••lumM flMrpt^l
•v'.l.y • rl' l>«'luWl/S r«. * fl**.** «■«*
limn MM te, S*i 1S70 BMnU,BMb
1.u. I..mt<l«u. MllllllllO-
Sarun, m,tl «l«nll,SM i
Site Art uf Cuafittg
By GEN. JACOB HURD SMITH,
U. S. A. (Retired).
noon tea. banci tans. .. , • • ., ^ intml to ^ free from opiates
fruit bars, nut glaces aud stuffed dates , ^ j,armful drugs and cannot injure
are all acceptable accompaniments to |he IIl0st (j,dicate system At all drui<-
the cup that cheers. A drink man# j gjsts or from the l)r. William* Mecli-
from cocoa with a third the quantity 1 cj1)0 Oo.. Schenectndv. N Y., podnuid,
ted plant, or a pretty water color in I ^ C(,ffpe a,i(|e(i la a change from thajon receipt of price, 60 ceuls i^r box,
which trees predominate, make* a ordln#ry C0W)a. This should be served six boies for fc'.oO.
suitable souvenir for the one answer-1 whipped cream and tiny sand-
lnlg the most questions directly. 1 wlchea of whole wheat bread or gra-
What tree Is nearest the sea? ham wafpr8
Beech. | \ pinch of salt, a few drops of va^
What is the dandiest tree? Spruce. nj]la or da8h of c|nnamon. all im-
What tree Is warmly clad? Fir. yfi the flavor of plain cocoa or
A languishing tree? Pine. | (,hocolate. Coffee is raHy served from
In what tree may ships find a safe & flve.0viock-tea Uble. being reserved
anchorage? Bay. | for ^e dinner hour. It Is very Ens-
What tree Is the Benlorof the forest. J[gh> >n(l quUt a fa,i t0 Berve t asted
Elder. 1 niufllns with orange marmalade at in*
What tree resembles an Insect? Lo , f()rmal ..tea8
A. N. K.-H
Ise loafing for others,
of relaxation that do
recently and said to
of the army, what are
he answered gravely:
Some retired army
not appeal to me.
him: "General, now that you are out
you going to do with
"I am stndying turtles."
lie m " v nm — . , ,
friend of mine 1 found in his garden, devoting his
life to raising roses. I told those fellows they were
burying themselves, they were too narrow in their
ideas, but tliev nested happy and satisfied.
My idea of spending a tWe of leisure is to broad-
en as much as possible all that is most refined in a
man's tastes. There you have, in a few words,
what 1 call loafing, and what most men in tins
cuunti) are too bus) to do.
Another Pie-Nuptial AfTair.
At this season when there are wed-
dings galore. It Is often a severe stra u
on one's tngehulty to meet tin de-
mand for prc-nuptlal affairs. Here Is
a clever schemp at which th"" trlde-
e!ect will be the guest of honor. The
menu will be written and placed ln en-
velopes bearing the names of the
guests and used for place cards. T ny
pencils will be attached to the eorsme
bouquet which Is to be at each plate.
Inside the envelopes the guests w l!
find the following:
8arn Adeline 8mltb >vpiI printer bnM,
Thoush her fatter possessed some me-
lons In gold.
And bestowed on his daughter wealth ur,-
Rfce was wooed and won In the usual way,
And 1 his breukfnst was served on her
WEDDING BREAKFAST MENU.
1. What was the lover's name? (Ju-
3. When they quarreled, what did she
give him? (Roasts, cold shoulder. 1
3. What did he then do? (Quail 1
4. What did he beg her to give him?
r . What did he hope for In mnrrle I
life? (Pea* 1
0 What did she say when asked to
|o to the opera? (Lettuce.)
Freckles and Sunburn.
For freckles, tan or sunburn, occa-
sioned by exposure In riding or other
out-door exercise, our ancestresses used
a healing lotlon«male very simply and
paslly. The white of an eg« was
shaken to a froth with a small quantity
of lemon Juice. To a tumblerful/of
this mixture a teaHpoonful of borax
was aided. This acted as a whitening
wash which allayed the burning irrita-
tion caused by the wind.
rYOU BUY A
Oily Skin and BlecVh-sds.
A pinch of pure borax put Into the
watfr wlipn washing the face Is a pre-
M.ntlve of blackheads and will cure a
tendency to excessive oilluess of
After a day In the sun, If the skin Is
at all tender, bathe the face with wa-
ter to which a little lemon Juice has been
added. Do not use soap, and dry with a
very soft towel.
Vogu" of the Scarf.
Exquisite scarfs are about—soma of
ihera heavy with embroidery; others
the lighten, most diaphanous bite of
gossamer silk ln the world.
Old Shirtwaists. j
One economical woman makes corset I
(overs of her whits shirtwaists that
ore still too good to throw away j
though out of style " I
EXAMINE EVERY INCH
OFTHE SHOE YOU
ARE GOING TO
NOTHING^/ ^BRAND SHOES,
LESS THAN Yv/mre the datk
YOUR JT IN THE LINING, In Ink.
WORTH X nnaaifl
cunre X W0NTSELL
3nwM X TM TO YOU
.IZtWETaE y IS SIMPLY
THHOUOH tluy S REFUSING TO
KVKRYTHINQ that GIVE YOU YOUR
youdimind. GoodShou ^ MONEY'S WORTH
Jrrtl|rtmrr-$umrtfl Wjo* flto.
lAnaier nwi «ho« tKCwwatvieTa
sr. koutf. u. e. a.
SHARKSKIN SHOES w An
W« Wlih io talk SltfKi ir lo th« rn«a Who n*«d • S"J* fol'bare i
worki tk"«* lukda « iiw!laii|r lut K rm#r and M «kanle«. I
Hart You Bvtr Tried Our Shnrktkln Shot* r *
If ron kava T«u ««' know that wk*n w#«ar thwaMtha
ball h«a T w*i*r-i.r<«.l h.« m tla. w« an> ou'j
clTm Shnrktkln Abo.. ar« nm<1 on *
TNI l(ST IS ILMYt CHEAPEST^
A>k fonr Saalar fof Shafkakln Sh< :
ft h.d.iaa-lbaiHllallMMn. a.it'.au.
and wa will Inform yo« wSod« .
H0YESH0MANSN0E COMPANY, |
. MannfwtureM. Sti doeeeb MO"
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