The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 87, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 4, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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GUTHRIE. OftLA. TULSDAY. DFCtMBER 4. 1900.
BY LESLIE G. N'.&LACK.
MRMBfU OP AHBOC1AT ttf riU3M.
I vrr ftetffoon tfrnp 1M
M.rnl lit thi' llutlirls lt-
OU. and Mi1
aftice as s-nimd cum Matter.
Hut". ' Ipllon It. 1 1 fc Hairy.
rr wels ! fin lor i -JO
Per nxMiih by carrier
Par ear l.v carrier. In rdance .5 00
r yr t mall in .irtfarco 4.00
Six moietu J
One jror M
Official County Piper.
Official City Paper.
Tho tirador 1 a meinl"r of the Asso-
ciated P-v-i and ricelv. t ! day tele-
graph report of thut gre.'t news orsani-
tatlan for exclusive artern.ru publication
In Guthrie and 30 mile mdma
Washington News Bureau 1348 D. St.
New York Office ISO Nmtau St.
Chicago Office. YVIIUame fi. Johnson
N.nU'lO TO UBt"':inKP.e.
In .he ..t of dellve-v If Iiib Imper-
5l or I'm rr being ritlid tl--L'd or
mutilated auliacnbcra ati uri-il to mako
Immediate complaint to thf riu-lnena of-
flco In wrson by 'phone o.- liy mull.
TWIT-WAV DECfCMItKIl I I'm;
P.ir Sin! T ph 'lire
HON. J. A. MENEFEC
IfVif 8;tnr of State
of OUl.ilKMii City
for JUiIkc f Jtiipr tile t'onrt
A J nlTTINHOU8E.
Car thnrtapi" l bad 'iiouiJi but an
lira! car "Imrtao Is Itii'vc i ..ild"
An nti(Jnn T llni; u.s..in latlmi
wrtiltl now bi- in ordei at OUahoni.'
And Jnow conufi Woodwa'd city
Inrdy but taking Its place jj up tli
ihie of organized rltlcs
A UUli" dry weather will cause a
resntxlition o' eotttMr jilrUliiR and coin
Kntherln& Th ortp la enorn-oiii.
T ho convention started off nicely
with three school land ordinance
Doubtlesb th"re will be irore to fol
i . .
It-la proper u give all corporation!
security In their property riRliln. hot
fei'lproclM requlrea them to do their
d'lty to the public. '
Tho hen 1b a great and crowing
factor In Oklulvoina prruiHy Th-
chicken i-bo in tula ilt-. Do enibei
K'tll promKi s to be a bip aflan
TUB bif; b'taiidmd (ill i e at r'u
Louis pmuii T. to be One ol th" rfiant
lKal Ikitib id Hie iilil I'he gn
ciiinieiit K eitainly tnini to land it
i ij. nsh. -r-.v.
The Tevin it) Oklulmne l-fjr"'"(
ltUenship material. Von ct" rely
mi ins wind mil bank on hi- Ink-gilr
i One of lib. Rood in Iii i I. vofim;
the Democratic ticket.
The first call 'nr inloimatlon cnue
tiom tin Honate and rtlat-d to the
di.chan't' of the uero ti op at fil
Itcno Thi re I Hkeh to lie much
ionsreblunu! .hot air ui thin 'object.
The i rei'in iti(R"iltlons me Hi.it af
ter the ulistltlltlon OT fie nen Mule
in mad l in re w ill be n i u.d i m i.li
lett o I In nidke wiOl.i' niul -tale
Th lb' "f 'J rini fainih in the ld
IHi'-tU'i iii )) Iviuwj I'uiiiiiix is a bif
arTali ii i inn ih lo mtke n iti!
Pure Wholesomet. Reliable
Made from cream of tartar dcrivod
solely from 3Xpe8 tlie most deli-
cioijii i heaitljfui of nil fruit acids.
its use ia guarantee of perfect food
and a protection against the ills that
follow tlu iuse of alum alum-phosphate
and other low grade powders.
The mixtures called baiting powders that sell for ten or
twcnty-fic cents a pound or a cent an ounce arc all alike
made from alum and costing less than three cents a pound.
estate man turn green with envy to
think of the commission on such n
John LeatayTof the Ofcnge nation
pi ml nes to be one of the big men
of th Htato He ha- the stateptinn's
grasp of conditions
I Bery attempt to hamper President
Murray proes r lmrnreratig Murray
kn s Ms IiiifIh sr nnd he i:; unking
:i :'t v'1 'lent presiding officer.
The leniocratl- majority In tile
intention is right. No s:ggr lions
in advice are asked or wanted from
pi rutins ind paprin masquerading ns
l)i mm t iii
Mi fii'lirr in decldinc; 'bit the
' imhiI. in. .t furi'ih s if dent cars
H .1 iiiiniiit liunsportntlnii ha Riven
' . it1ii laUrcntls a Jolt aleng Mils
I "iii iii nj aune them t- ak" tip
1" lm it Is too l.i'e
It i'. flu- d 1 1 nf re it ii ii carriers
In inn poit In if lit pieptnptly. A
1 nl ii- in do mi lii.li thi' tiusl ir
P" '! in tin' i b tin' eople win")
tin were clmtind and git on rights
nl minc:;l doin.nn
In li"'Hle I la l'i II may be eimdemn
ed ri i critletsid 1-iit ll.iskell ih not
fi.ild li hpi ak ii i I i mi-'tliiR 'l
i i Hi niiieiat and lie knows fill m I
.is do ih othei )i mi'i-ral'i in the eon '
M'lii'on. that lie K"r linearis will
iik" ml intake of even nv take
in i le by the ii njoiity.
LEI THE PEOPLE MAKE LAW.
In the licinot t ltic platforms upon
httli nearly all delegates to the cou-
ill lion made their light then- was
j pl.iiik famrlni; initiative and refer
endiiui There I- no question but
lii.it the nttjorlty will irnke pooil
Ihe.e proiinCf..' tlereb puttllli; tin
ii'lim of pi ernnieiit In the liamki if
the people directly.
Kxperlence Imp nhown tint in the
i.i.i' of an iudivlduil the surest va
to ft' a thine done liKht is to do I'
ii'Ui elf The same thing nprllcs to
i n eminent and n mnklng by tin
P uple or co.-rse the details and
ict wording may be ve ted lr
nth rs. b 1 the people sho'ild have
ih" right b.-th to in';ta laws and tr
hially pans on the merits of lav h of
ter they are timde.
The place ttl have this provision b
a the constitution and the Democrntr
hnyiiiR made the picmise ttlll make
SALE Ol- SCHOOL LANDS.
Too fnal disponitlon or retention o
oklahoi a &cho I lud will be on" o'
tl'i- a-it Impoitant atibjerU likely tf.
lie considered by the constltullonnl
'onyention There Is nvich to be
.ltd on both sides oT the controicrnj
j it I the proper h let tun of the .rob
'ni will rctilre very . areftil con
It ins to be the vry general but
b no means nnher al demind of the
e i j to liliV the liuul Kdld th
piomds of couise potin Into the pel
mam ut school fund On the othei
hand many people belle that the
lit fit and turost plan 1 to retain thr
I'iiiIh leijs' them and distribute tht
tent nnine as Ih bi-lng done.
Mau con.-jlder.it Ions too nuir-erous
io .taie f !! enter into this question
Cdicralt tho Oral que-tion that
in ..'.. It. which method will produce
the c : eat e it annual income. 01
ci in r.e ilil.i It; determined by tnklne
iei ii-nable rate p?r cuut tf tho esli
matett acU'ji value of the laud nud
omparing it with present nctaal nud
-rospective receipt from renti. The
Mgnren u ually taken will show a l)Ul-
ani' - In favor of sale.
tine ot the iuiportii't consiilerktliiiife
it tlw security of suk-Ii euoriuoiu
funds. Ho many states Uare lost
heiivlly ir itn the pcrinauent school
luudb Tluie can be no doubt that
tin land! ate more 'tcure than tne
cash prooeeds would lie. Tltls argues
As to the TjrotpeottTe talue of
these land two things tt-it he con-
sidered first land In Oklahoma will
likely rise In lale. serond. le' el
linda wear out frtiiiv eotistnnt tillaite
and In nrtd cases more rapidly than
Ian la owttrd In fee.
One of the knotty problems involv-
ed and nn Important coiisldelRtloii
too. Is srclnlojttcal In It niti'w P !
Iti;nl leasing woild n '(t a tenant
vion with Important Intel ests eon-st.-.utly
averse to tlre of the general
public and would Byways be a factor
In polltl n In the state just an It has
lvns figured In the olI(lcs of the
tenltor i ICxperlenre of many ni-
tidis has sli.nw 1 .in I owner hip In
fee simple promotes thrift and pro-
Kivmi It bis tiTti seriously doubtetl
wheihi r F.ife and pmfit'ilile Itivoit-
t "tits c 1 1 be found for twenty five
or tlilili million doltnrs In- cash. ICx
wrlencp of I he Htalia has shown that
it Is no mnnll dlfficully considering
the United clans of Kecttrltles in
wiiirli It Is advlstble In Itn est.
Anothci proposition which wou'd
ultimately hiar hard uixm th' we.-
in piTt i the state grows out of
he I ci. that all lh lands bo far
lopafcd He In the wenlrrn '.art of the
icw Ftate whl.'U flct wwld p t per
ii t illy the ttntjor part of thi hur.len
f m iltitaining a state school fund on
hat section snd might tend to create
In Hie eAtnt of salo no (h"bt a
i r strong influence will be lur light
o hesr to eeiTe them at Ipb' than
heir real market vnlue ntid to do Jns-
Ice to the occasion will require much
act nnd inl"grlty.
While the problem Is n hard one.
ie It slid to the evci lasting credit of
iklnhoma that no state hns so re-
tarkable a record a. has this lerrl-
ory in the matter l handling her
chool hinds wMch fact lend one lo
dew the irotter hopefully. There Is
nuch to be wild on both Bides.
Prevention. u tin nmro 'mpllea. lre-
eiit all ( eld" and dripo when "taken
l the Hrinxo stage." P'eventtea are
lotliionm candy tnbletv I'-evenllcs dls-
?eH all colda quickly and takm eurly.
Than you first Jeel that a. raid Is coming
hey cbecl: and prevent them. Prevert-
ics are tuoroughly ante tot cMldren nnd
ji effectual for adult. Sold nnd Toeom-
lended In 5 and 26 cent DOjso by F. li
CARLOAD Of- QUAILS SEIZED.
Warden Makoo Dig
Dlrdo at Enid
Knld Okla . Dec I. Game Warden
Vat raits Mondiy mad" the largest
aul of gnn'c ercr made In Oklahoma
ecuilng an entire carload of quntls
n the Hock Island road. Tho qualH
ere packed In egg cases and It is
iii rated there were rver "0000 lu
ho cur. The j-'tne was consigned to
Cliliago house under the head of J
'lessed poultry and egg-'.
I.i Conatltutio.i the lIri- t iafa talked
Smoke the Pier de VIII cigar; no better
Man the best but better than the rest.
The houudnr line nnd the prohibi-
ten appear to overshadow nil thlnga.
The prenrable for the new- atnte will
e fixed upon tills week.
There will he 00 cwantlea. uccord-
tig to pi'twnlllus oplttiru.
W. J. CtuitllU: "I nm In fnvor of
lata wide proliibitlon. If the In dim
Territory Is to have prohibition 1 dg-
iire the whole state to be dry."
Smoka the PIT de VIII cigart no better
han tho beat hut better than the rest
GIFTtl FOR THE BABY.
Jam'.; Trinkets Designed for tht
A little rinr chain of gold in fine na
o be almost invjilblo. Is made to pass
round a tluy wrt't and fasten to r.
ttner ring. Inside the hsnd so securing
the Mug If It Is largo eairitth to slip off
-sli. which U ucually the ea with
baby's first ring.
Baby armlets made of rirrow
birred pink or blue ribbon ud
rimmed with diminutive bnv or ltc"
"osettss kMk like UMputtan gartert
imt are meant to hdd up baby sleeve
ift place of the fmcy pins generally
ued says the New York Sun.
BtoftU powder puff bags sponge
sea etc. are aiade in pink or blu
ilk or lingerie stuff over silk and
Ulnllly emuioldered with the Uabv's
iame nad a tar Ued design. The
Htotuce bags have ot course n thin
Lovely !lttb comb brush and pow-
4r sets an shown In white pink or
blue celluloia painted by baud nnd
ire roally more babyish and prettier
la tht baby bisket than coatllor sets
ot enamel silver or ivory.
Padded rlotht hanger mverad wKb
pluk or blue ribbon aud i eorodueilon
lu fnlaatures o! I he pretty coat and
wdlce hngers aiado for in onion avo
mod tar b ' cloit.s and di-easfJS that
Hiuai n-IV. ruud $ ru stdod.
RECIP8 FOR SOME SIMPLE AT
Fish Cutlets Make a Welcome Cham?
In the Menu Jam Eclairs In-
gredients In Preparation of
Hash au Oratfn.
P.ish Cutlets. These cbtlota are
mndo IroiTt ould boiled fish that has
'jeon fnml from bono nnd flakod.
Mako a sauce from ono cup of hot
milk onti nnd one hnlf lovol tonspoovA
rt buttor. nnd throo lovol tnhlospooits
of flur. Cook throo lnlnutes senfon
with Br't and pepper mid- tho bonton
yolk of at' ipg and a tenspoon of finely
chopped pnrn.'uy. Turn into wo cups
of linked fish n&J stir. Cci the mix-
diro or shaping by 'wnd. .6 j in beat
tn egg and form liw cu Is using
tho tin form then lu fti brct.
orumbB nnd by in deep hit at. Drnlti
on brown patior nnd gnr Oil with
Jam Eclair Cook togoj'ior no
3f p of wntor and ono-quartur cup of
oultor and ns noon as Urn bolllna
tiolnt is ronohdd stir In all nt once
ono cup of flour and keep stirring un-
rtl a bnll In maoe Hint elenvos freo
Pom tho HldOB ot tho snttcepnn. Sot
fetldo to cool th ft add ono nt n tlmo.
f'.ur oggs hontln; tho hotter well bo-
t";oen onch addition. Drop the bat-
ter in long narrow strips two ltichet
H art on n huttor.nl tin nnd hnko tn
a tnodornto ovon tbout half nn hour
Opon'a door n fow minutcH nftor thej
aro donn boforo taking them from tht
sven. 7f thoy nro slowly nnd well
ftooked thoy will not full. When coo!
out open tho nldo and 1111 with nnj
kind of Jam. Sprond n little whltt
frosting on tho top ol each.
Baked Liver. Wash nnd wipe tin
II. r dry. Out n doion match-llVi
itrips of fnlt vprk and Insert Jn gash
cs cut in tup (Ivor or two ardlwrl
".oodlo. Drodgo the llvcr with tloiu.
sprinkle on n littlo salt and bako hart
An hour in a hot oven.
Thin Sugar Cookies. Mix fou'
slightly rounding tablespoons of snga
with throe tablespoons of molted but
ter two tablespoons of milk one KR.
two level toaspoons of baking powdo
nnd Hour enough to roll out very thin.
Cut in Bhnpo nud hake.
Corn Sponge Cake. Slfl togothoJ
two cups of cornmoal ono cup of flour
and one level teaspoon ench ot salt
and soda. Boat threo oggs with one
cvfcl tonspoon of sugar add tho og&
Jtlxturo to tho flour pour. In two cupsf
A sour milk and mix well. Bako ic
Hnsh au Gratln. Chop cold cooker
hoof flno season with salt and poppoi
nnd mix In the proportion of ono cc'
of mashed potato to two cups of the.
moat. For till -mount put halt n cud
of meat grnvy In a Giiucepnn add p.
fnltspoon of nIicod mustard and ?
I on spoon of puipor. 1 1 oat nnd put In
njcat nnd potntf) and stir until honlod
thoroughly. Turn into a buttered bnk
lag dish cover thickly with lino brent
crujnbs dot with butter nnd brow
slightly In tho ovon.
Blueberry Meringue Pie. Stir one
rounding tablespoon of flour Into onfr
tup of sugar add one tablespoon o'.
Vmior. lulco and tho beaten yolks oJ
two eggs u snltspoon of suit. H"i
."ell then ndd three cups of hluebo.
rlos an4 ml-: nil llghtlj together. Kill
n plo pint" lined with good crust end
tyn'to lu n moderate ovea. Wbsr dont
tool a little then frost with the
whites of two eggs beaten stirt wtti
two heaping tjaspouna of sugar an.'
Vegetarian Mince Pie. Wash cor
nnd chop ilno 12 apples add ono cur
$f water a littlo clnnnmon nnd nut-
Piog grntod rind of n lorn on ono cur
of sweet cldor ono cup ot sugar but
ter tho size ot an ogg "no cup ol
seedud raisins cook till tundot lot it
cool then fill tho pies and bike tUl
tho crust is brtiwv.
Loftovors of hum are ddlclou
mlnoed and voallopod with greon pop
pors. Wask snd romovo tho sueli
from tho poppers -and cut thum InU
plecos. Put a layer of tho mojit in tht
bottom of a buttored baking dlslt
thon a layer ot the peppers and
sprinkling ot hrondorunibs dabs ot
butter nnd hot wntor to motyUqn. Con
Umio in this way until the dlalt ' i3
cvor the top with uutuvsa 5read
rtimlv and bak Scnft.-ip-?. islslies oi.
til kind -Jratd bo cove'otl whon tile
;o lntJ the oven for .he first 20 mln-
a tee or thereabouts nnd should thes
vo uncovered and browtiotl on the tor
about ten minutes more.
rtemovlng Grease f'om Flange.
If your kitchen ranee or c.ov tint
;ot snottel with grease while ccipklnc
aud you cannot gst it to ilih a good
way to romovo it la as follows: Takn
little hand-brush preferably the or
lifted for brushing the pans before pu.
Ung Uiem away smwir it well with
soot from the Hue and rub It wi.ll ov.
tho greasy parts. Afterwards blac"
load as usual and you will tliul tho
grease has disappsaretl and a brilliant
)K)!lsh will be the result.
may come from I we of
coffee. Befor K?llm
ylasst b qiijt coffee and use
There's u Reason"
The Home of
At Renfro's Drug Store
.5k. 3BICS- CUT
OUT -r s.S&TFTIT' n3CJSJ3ES
Wc tfivc you a 10 els bottle for 5 cits?
v. v.v. vv.v.v. v. v. v.
rtire Sign or Insanity
wmir honor our client ennot bt
guilty. Wo contend that ho Is in
ane." ' '
"fut tho defendant blmsolf says he
's o.' sound mind."
"It is lnrgi utiUn mill cnnn.
stftn :o. your hanor wo bnso our cln'in
that lnBatitly 1 advanced nnd ao-
Special Bargains In Shies tins week
for men women and children rtcblnson.
tir-jvrth of Dairying.
Tho growth ot dairying In all tU
civilized '.i&tlons of tho world durlnv
the past 2 i eara yns been very grenu
Tho lncroaso of population In tho na-
tions has made It desirable to produce
tnncentrntod foods that will keep for
a long tlmo. Dairy products In som
of their forma utn bo Kept tor a long
lime nnd up t& t certain limit the
keeping Improve thoir digestibility.
The development cf dairying has boon
largely In tho countries having a torn'
rrato cllmalo. but the Industry Is ' nwn neulato cli-cle of homo and
gradually wo-Xng towird tho torrlrj boslnoss 'iro tuiro for your doings
regions la tfvo tntlor lo:-alitlo the" v'5" awnv. They aio all too busy-
problems conn" Hod with the koc.Mfi- l mwiy pooplo inovlng back and-
of milk nro rOater limn lu tho cbtdor ' forVftntfrrt bok(?trHeir6r'1iJI!
localities but lho piollldms of feoding fho smnll town has not. It Is true
ire fewer. Tho south will yet wtynge '"O m.itorlums and tho professional
Sarf.ely In dalry'.uK.
Whon your Watch or Clock needs Med-
icine sic FRED PELL Sr.
CI-tcse Girl Studies In City.
Dwollers In the west end of Wash
Ingtou often seo u dainty ll'tle flgi.rr
hurrying through the streets neni
Klotlda avenue overy day nt dusk
This littlo woman Is covered with n
.Ivwlng clonk of gray cllk and wears
(iinlnt ombroldered slippers with felt
tolas und guiltless of heels. She c'
riot a mamlohn muffled In red ullkr jd
i roll ot music. Shu is Miss 7tmg
'Cwni. sister of the first ewrotary of
ho Chinese legation wh n scorned
tho frivolity of Amhrist .d the norf
whore In order to devcn; hor vpcntioa
i learning tho -...cr1o ot tho guitar
lho nandtl'"- ! Jht. zithvr. 8ho te
ftlw; rtttended by n map servant
nut ho wn'fks fnr behind hor and aevor
presumos to appear befoie hor until It
In tlmo to sulunni lur Into the tosch
or's proaenct. Tho Chluese girl Is
deeply desirous ot establishing u
Htrlng orchostrn nmiug her slrl
friends wlf ab goes bank in the
livnd of th jAariurl os.
a us. ?a Jrr r x. 3- -.
nf.tL. l!i Mm i n Mnn BW
Selling Butter and Cheese.
Yvheoi a farmer sells butler his Ions
In fertility does not exceed 50 cents
per ton. The butter is mostly carbon-
Aupous and hence of little valus as
plant food. But If he sells oheese tin
loss of fertility Is $20 per too hecsjusn
sheeci U largely compos 4 of nitre
lenoua tad mtnuuj elements
F YUU are in a mn down cotid.itiun irregular appetite a bloalitij; sensation ait
p.tius atoutid the heart; if you liave dizzy spells slclc and nervous headache heailburn
bour stomach and Th?xt Tired Feeling ft is an indication that your Liver is'not
performing its duly by throwing oil the poison from the system.
I Our EagleMerve and Liver Tablets
will correct this at ouce. Purely a vegetable preparation
; We guittantee it to icsttue a torpid and inactive liver to a
; perlecl and natural action audcuie hubit;Ufil cohstlpafton
: '-Try l-
25c a Bottle by Mail.
Good Goods and Low Prices
206 West Okltx. Ave.
LIFE IN THE SMALL TO- r.
Writer Polr.s Out a Few of Its ft
v Smhll towns linvo thulr drawhnka.
j man need try It In thoao vlgllmn
iltlo centers to load a douhlu life.
Thcro nio faithful rleoploss watchers
t ach end of tho lino with sovtral
vutlnels along the way lo roport on
Is doings his rnlliros to do nnd lila
misdoings. Uve-ythlng clso fulling
his verr thoushts fro searched. Tho
faithful vldottes conclndo from his
mnllcjtm"6omoni or luck of mo.-o-ment
vrfrql must ho hllvo In ovory
Cl'iumstftnco monn:. On rc.urn homo
nf'or oiory absence luo frleiuls and
neighbors cross-examlno him an - to
ovtry detail. Ho had b-ttor tell tho
truth boriluao soma ono will In duo
ourio tiirn up to point opt tho In-
Hi-curaclds In a rftiliU'.narratlvd. In
lurg't cities voi
y fow- it Indood nny
rs will worry much or
Of your neighbors will worry
at length 'about your incomings or
outgoings. I-'ow it any. outsldo your
Z!?ZZ CZ 'fl..o"!
tho latter from neighborly vlgllr.oco:
nut It hns the big city benten 'o a
wnUper when It qomes to tho food
supply. If Brown tho bulcher for In-
utance were to kill Smith's lump-
Jawed cow or Green's blackleg bull
or Johnson'e steer that had bo.n
fallln' over slife spring or d!d ho ro-t
fuse to keep his shop neat acd clean
ovory ot e in town would be notified
of his nilsdcedu an negllgoncos and'
lis business soon ootid to a standstill.
Ut might us wrSi In fact quit tho
town for the Cmts ticcda of which 1
tsj mon gulwr would' bo recited
week In and wook out as regularly
as the I'sitlras of Duvlu. With ouch1
B(icceedlr.g seison his crlmlnnllty
would assumo Incfcaslnj blackness.
; i..uvJlo Hor aid.
The beat t'eatiueut for lndlgee inn und
troubles of the atuuiacn I. to rvst tho
stomach. It can Ira rested by a iirvatlon
or by tho ure of a Rood 'Jlgcata.it which
will digest llio food out-n thus taking
the wo.-k olt the s.otnach. All the proper
tviniierulure a liigte toisvonful of Ko-
dol wUl wliolly dlRat XAOO gntlii of food.
It eellevcs the present aii.inuaiice pun
tin stomach In Impe to aalnfactorlly
pei form Its function. UkvJ for Indiges-
tion sour stuiuach. fUluknoe iwlplla-
tlon or the lii-art and -Jjpep4in. Kodol
Ih made in strict cuuformlty with 1 14
National Pure Koad and rnug Law Sokl
uy C. It. Ilenfro.
See Hoblnson's Fall Shoes.
V .tcloii8 fiaoh Cutter.
Fjelov mellow yellow peaches. Tart
and stor.e. Weigh and tu overy pounu
allow threequartors of a pound ol
aligar. Put tho poaches In a porce-liln-llnwl
kettlr; heat slowly. Mttsb
ad stir the j ouches until perfectly
smooth; t3 an press through a fine
solve; add tbo sugar and boll tor lb
minutes stlrrtn? constancy. Put into
jnall lars a: d b un
.vp. v.v.v.v.v.w.Ve v. vv. i".
l Ife In Argentina.
At tho National Is W. H. Bla::tbuns
of New York a capitalist who re-
cently returned from a business trlpj
to Argentina. :
Because Argentina occupies nbout
(he amo relatlvo position B&iith ot
tho cqunl.i Hint the United States
o.-.'uplcs north of the equator Huenos
Ayres hna he snmo climate As
Cuarlosteii S. C said Mr. Blackburn
"During forr months ol.t of tho year
.'lie million Inhabitants or tho city
amuse t'-emeUet at tho lntos. Th'jy
do not have ao gooil a breed or horses
there but the nport Is just as good
nnd Ib well patronized. Some of tho
Spanish women I saw thorb were ns
beautluiUy gewnod as any. women 1
have v" setm. Tho national) Bpoi;;
Is orlcket whlcii haf been (abghl th
people ft rgCntlnn by tho ilhigllsh.
They play it greit denl. Tbo homs
of work nrc about tho samo ns ours.
! T'10 lQOtl lr' vorv Rood. Tho meat I
U&Q 1t n lho wo.ld. Waah)ngtoi
Sre Roblnsn'a Bargain Tahle
imm 1 nm Jlhkinmi'im; i
On an .it-home dny. whon many rr
nmnnff k li alaf r flUSt I si tft I'ilflll I lil f A
! -nake" Wrodt.rt.onB between hoi
gut'p'.a unleno alio ivishes to do ao
but whmi the inllcrs uiimbnr lm. on
or two only It ts incumbnnt upon her
to Introduce them to each other.
At n large itntchoon party the num-
her regulates whether or no general
Introau.l'.pus nro In l mo4- It fp
cot posair.'o (o fntroduco i.. !
civen tliat-. nnd thcreforn only two
v tmee ot the principal people pres-
ji'il lite lnti'oiuired.
At a small luncheon pp.rly on tnii
contrary to Introduco all tho guests
to each oLier Is tho received rule and
this Is d4a& Immedln'oly on arrival.
If possible lormnlly or Informally. dl
rectly or Indlroctly n tha hostent
intty prefer hut ntlll an' uitrodnctii)n
of pome klitd is niE
DEAD SON LOOKED IN.
Curious Hipjicnlno During the So'.'th
Preaching In ho CongrecHonM
chorch Senfori Knglnnd Mr. C'omp-
tnn Itickelt M. P. tho other Sunday
olntcd tlie following colnclcenco
which ho vouched for as true
A gentleman whoso son wni: nt-
.chei; to lho British forces In South
Africa ag doctor during tho Baer
war paid a visit to two of his sisters
fhey remarked that thoy were glad
I'" son hud returned noma Ga the
t .uer replying that his son was st(U
In So'ith Africa they exclaimed at
they hnd seen Win looking tbv-ough
tho glass panel of the door 0 (ho .-or
rldor about six p. in. just 'oofore thr
The father returnod io London nnd
nest morning made inquiries at th
war office. Ho w..s told that Informa-
tion hud Just tvefn reoelved that his
son had dlod the previous evening
from enteric fever the time being six
p. tn.. lOtiglleb Ho-
Edward Nichols. Prop
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