The Blair Progress (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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TOO GOOD FOR THIS EARTH.
Typt of Off'eo Boy a Craatura of
Funny Man'a Brain.
“So you have c<>ra- !n anawor to my
advertiaement for office boy?" aald the
old broker brlakly. "Do you amoke
No. air.” replied the saintly youna-
Iter in the doorway.
"Chew gum or read novel!?"
"Play juggler with the paper
weights or talk nonsense through the
telephone when your employer Is air
"Ever go to the circus?"
"Never saw a circus in my life, air.”
"How about baseball? Do you take
two or three afternoons a week to see
"Don’t like baseball, sir.”
The old broker bit the end off his
"My boy." he said, quietly, "this la
the twenty-ninth story, isn't it?"
“I think so, sir."
“Well, it is not high enough for
“Not high enough for me, sir?"
"No. you belong up in paradise.”—
One of Bill Nye'a.
Referring to a real estate transac
ion made by one Peter Minuit. waj
tack in the year 1C2S, Bill Nye, in his
listory of the United States, declared:
“New York was afterwards sold for
124; the whole island. When I think
if this I go into iny family gallery
vhich I also use as a swear room, and
ell those ancestors what l think of
hem Where were they when New
fork sold tor f21?"
The humor of this strikes deeply
sben one stops to consider what has
jeen the outcome of this original in-
restment. Peter Minuit, with trinkets
ind a few bottles of rum, so delighted
he native indians that they gladly
urned over to him the whole of Man-
lattan island, now the heart of
Greater New York.—“New Y’ork, the
3iant City," National Magazine.
room TOO THIN.
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A MATTER OF COMPULSION.
No Soup. No Dinner, the Rule Lsitf
Down by Barney.
Six years ago, when the king visited
Dublin, some amusing incidents were
recorded due to the grotesqueness of
some hotel waiters apparently just
fresh from rural life.
One hotelkeeper told such a newly
Imported "server" that he must al
ways serve every one with soup at
dinner and be quite certain that he
Thereupon ensued the following
scene between a visitor and the new
"Soup, sir?" said Barney.
“No soup for me." said the visitor.
“But you must have it." said Bar-
ney: “it's the rules of the house."
‘Hang the house!” exclaimed the
visitor, highly exasperated. "When I
don’t want soup I won't eat it. Get
along with you!”
“Well,” said Barney, with solemnity,
“all I can say Is just this it s the
rules of the house and sorra a drop
else ye’ll get till ye finish the soup!”
ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM.
Grape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced
No chemist's analysis of Grape-Nuts
can begin to show the real value of
the food—the practical value as shown
by personal experience.
It is a food that is perfectly bal-
anced, supplies the needed elements
of brain and nerves in all stages of
life from the infant, through the stren-
uous times of active middle life, and
Is a comfort and support in old age.
"For two years I have used Grape-
Nuts with milk and a little cream, for
breakfast. I am comfortably hungry
for my dinner at noon.
"I use little meat, plenty of vege-
tables and fruit in season, for the
noon meal, and if tired at tea time,
take Grape-Nuts alone and feel perfect-
"Nerve and brain power, and mem-
ory are much improved since using
Grape-Nuts. 1 am over sixty and weigh
155 lbs. My son and husband seeing
how 1 tove improved, are now using
* My son, who is a traveling man,
eats nothing for breakfast but Grape-
Nu's and a g!a«s of milk. An aunt
over 70. seems fully nourished on
Grane-Nuts and cream.” "There's a
Name given by Postnm Co., Battle
Creek. Mich. Read "Tbe Road toWell-
riUe " in pkgs.
Ever read th* abev* letter? A rew»
from time te time. They
■<ne. true, and full of
No Night’s Rest for a Year and Limit
of His Endurance Seemed Near
—Owes Recovery to Cuticura.
"My son Clyde was almost com-
pletely covered with eczema. Physi-
cians treated him for nearly a year
without helping him any. His head,
face, and neck were covered with large
scabs which he would rub until they
fell olT. Then blood and matter would
run out and that would be worse.
Friends coming to see him said that if
he got well he would be disfigured for
life. When It seemed as if he could
possibly stand it no longer, I used
some Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint-
ment, and Cuticura Resolvent. That
was the first night for nearly a year
that he slepB In' the morning there
was a great change for the better, in
about six weeks he was perfectly well.
Our leading physician recommends
Cuticura for eczema. Mrs. Algy
Ccckburn, Shiloh, O., June 11, 1907.”
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as I review tb'-rn. " h«’n ab® bad
flnlsbc^. sb* tuiid: "Tber*. I guess a
body can sleep now?"—-and when I
awoke it was long past ttaln Um*
Darn a mosquito. an>hoa!
Ifav* you noil--*4 *» y<*u wander
Itovrn th* primro*" pjih at Ilf".
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Biting st you ilke a knife?
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Of th* nettl'-a »ia;>illn« there.
Tou have B*ver bruah-^1 them ruJely—
But the netth-a do not * -ire.
They atand watting on the »ty
Juat to gouge you by and by!
There are people like the nettlea
Watching art along the wav
Though you tr«at them ever kindly.
They will knife your back some day
They have no well founded reason.
But they do It )u»l the aaroe—
Do it Juat b«cau*o you're winn.ng.
Wnlle their gait la rather tarns.
Watch for thistles In the graas
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tosuty and fcn*Beas of tb* labfir is
bidden tobind a !>**«» of varying
thickness, which not only destroys ito
appea.-anr*. but also stocts «b* wear
ing qtillty of the pod* This trott-
hi. ran to entirely o**rc«m* by using
iJplUace Btsrcb. as It tan to applied
much more thinly toraus** <»f Its great-
er strength tUao other makes.
Psacs Sor Ones
"I t*ll you. Judson is a »llck chap,
laughed Mia* Ry*top ”H* took his
vtf« to Waahlngton anJ k-pt her in
the c.»ngre,*ional library four hours"
What did he do that for?” asked
Why. totfoah. th*y line- you if you
talk in that building, and for four
Lours she didn't speak a word.
Colorado Is bragging because a kit-
I ty with eight legs was born in that
state. Pshaw! There Is a "kitty" in
1 Chicago with no legs at all.
☆ ☆ ☆
It seems to be easier to convince a
1 jury that Harry Thaw is Insane than
' it does a commission that he is sane.
Harrv ought to be satisfied. Just
! think, he might now be endeavoring
to prove that he is not dead instead
1 of that he is not insane.
■Cr -ir ☆
I I have been cured of wanting to be
a scout, a condition in life which has
appealed to me ever since I was knee
high to a grasshopper. Y’ou know a
scout always wears these high boota
Why She A*ked.
“Have you ever kissed a girl be-
fore?' she asked.
"Why do you put that question to
me?” he replied.
"I only wished to know whether it
was lack of experience or natural
awkwardness that made you go about
it in such a ridiculous way.”
The extraordinary popularity of fin*
white goods this summer makes the
choice of Starch a matter of great im
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
from all injurious chemicals, is the
i only one which is safe to use on fine
fabrics It» great strength as a stiffen
er makes half the usual quantity rt
Starch necessary. with the result of
perfect finish equal to that when th«
good* were new.
Innocenc* ts better than r*p**t
once aa unsullied life la better than
that lace in front like a woman’s cor-
set—only, I am told, the corset laces
in the back, instead. Well, I bought a
pair of these boots a few weeks ago
for use in tramping about the coun-
try, at)d ever since then I have been
trying to break them. I am afraid
they are going to break me, instead.
Every time I walk two blocks in them
I wear a blister on my heel and come
home leading the boots behind me. My
wife says I may never break them to
wear, but I certainly am breaking
them to lead.
If the mind i3 inclined to be remin-
iscent, what a little thing will carry
one backward' Here is a red cedar
lead pencil, six for a nickel; yet I
can shut my eyes and see the exact
spot where that cedar grew. It was
a mossy, rock-covered bank, and be-
low it a laughing little brook mean-
dered and tumbled, rippling over the
stones to join the brimming river.
Along the sinuous way ivy trailed in
the stream and laved in its waters. We
used to fish and swim and sail our
ships "far out to sea” in the nectar
of this babbling current. Further
down the rivulet where shady trees
and willows vied In welcoming the
birds, a rustic bridge spanned the sil-
very stream. Here tbe spring flowers
bloomed in tbe woodland and the
feathered songsters built their nests.
High along thli bluffy shore the cedar
grew, somber, resonant and scraggly.
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Sold by DruezHU. tv-.
Take IlkU • V&ii.i.y I*iil* fur cotatiiwtwo.
-j-iine—A year after they had faced
the parson together.
"When we were first married you ^
said you thought heaven had -sent you
to me.” remarked his wife. "Do you
still think so?'
••yes—as a punishment.” answered
the brutal other half of the combine.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bott e of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
"That was a disgusting slap the gov-
ernor took at our bills,” said the New
“S^ro^d to irritate him as much a®
mosquito bills.” admitted the disgrun-
Try Murine Eye Remedy
in even,- borne. Ask your Dnugut.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
When you meet with men of worth
think how you may attain their level;
when you see those of an opposite
character, look within and examine
ro OKIVK OCT MAI.AKtAthe „YSTKJf
rake tbe Old SOinlarU OBOVIS TASTKLKSS
JHILL TONIC. Too know what you are t*9iog
rhe formula ia plainly primed on every bottl*.
sbowimr it is simply quinioe and Iron in a taste.ew
form, and the .n .st effectual form. Vor grown
people and children. aOc.
He who mixes with unclean things
becomes unclean himself; he whose
issociations are pure becomes purer
RED CROSS BALI. BI.l'E
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
A man’s enemies anxiously await an
opportunity to meet his widow.
Lewi*’ Single Binder «trauht 5c cigar is
g.-od quality all the time. Your dealer or
Lewii’ Factory, Peona, 111.
Those who await no gifts of chance
have conquered fate.—Norton.
Mr*. Wlnalow’t Soothing Syrup.
Far rbti lren tecthln*. tmfveiu the >riiae. reduce* tn-
n.T.„ ,r. 4..4Hautu.cure* windcolhi. 2Sc*hoOi«.
Some farmers are smaller r>matoes
than they raise
to*R H#B*S ClHlL
Ills Wtf*—TM* aft***--* t rai e#
IR til* (ARliy Bto |e«*a*l# BBHW4
taio tto 4*i wiom 'to L*ll
Her lltHUttltd”* Well*
III* Wlftt—Tto u>*n is s» d«af "«
ratt bai4l? toar a *»t4 bl* *•!* **) • j
llrr Ilu«baa4~lt *•*•* “
tbougb •»»* n»eo b*»* io*r* IoaIi
With a aoioolh Iron an! Deflanc*
S'srcb. you ran Isundwr »*>ar shirt-
*ai*t juat a* well at homo a* tb*
•tram laundry can; It *111 hav* tb*
proper stiffness sod finish. th*-r* w|||
b«- !•-•* wear and tear of lb* go>4*.
and it will to a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to tho
Business Amounts to Somsthmg.
I ast year Itrarll needed over 2t).«o0.-
OAo jutf bags to hold the year’s effe*
production. Each bag costs th* ship-
p,-rw a trifle over IS cents The busi-
ness of making effe* bags thus
amounted last year to nearly 14.000.-
“Mr*. Plnkham. of the I.ydla E.
Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn.
Mass., together with her son. Arthur
W. Plnkham. and the younger mem-
bers of her family, sailed for Naples
on Mdy 20th for a three months’ tour
throughout Europe and a much needed
vacation." * _
Lotteries Pay B'fl Dividends.
Nearly $100,000 is spent in Mexico
City every week on lottery tickets and
in the same period only about $.0,000
is paid back in premiums.
It Cures While You Walk.
Allen’s Foot-Ease is a ceru;n cure for
hot, pweftting. callous, and swollen, aching
feet. Sold by all Druggist*. Price 25c. Dmt t
accept any substitute. Trial package fKKfc.
Address Allen S. Olint-teii, Le Roy, N. t •
Many a man who knows himself
hasn't any cause to boast of thq ac-
AM. VP-TO-DATE IIOVSEKEEPEBS
l'*e Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes
clean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
A little flattery now and then will
soften up the hardest man.
Lewis’ Single Binder straight 5c cigar
made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your deal-
er or Lewis’ Factory, Peoria, 111.
Race horses and watches should go
for all they are worth.
1 fl.iail.Bfi.Mto***"' fc*lsR
is made of the best
selected meat, scientific-
ally prepared and even-
ly baked by damp heat
in Libby's Great While
Kitchen* The natural
flavor is ell retained.
When removed from the
tin it s ready to serve.
It can be quickly pre-
pared in a variety of
styles and nothing makes
a better summer meal.
In the home, at the
camp, and for the picnic
Libby's Yeal Loaf is a
satisfying dish, full of
food value that brings
Libby, McNeill ft Libby,
Positively cared by
these Little Pills.
"** —^ They »lso relieve Dl»*
tlBlTTir trPMfrom Dy^pej^ia. In*
^ * K»®i digestion and Too Hearty
Eatinsr. A perfect rem-
edy for Dizziness, Nau-
sea, Druwsinesa, Bad
Tar»te in the M- *uth. O at-
ed Tongue. Pain In the
Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Typical Farm Sc*a*. Sfcowias Stock fUMos ia
Some of the choicest lan-ls for grain growing,
Stock raising and mixed farming in the new dis-
tricts of Saskatchewan and Alberta have re-
cently been Opes** for Settlement under tbe
Revised Homestead Regulations
Entry may now be made by proxy (on certain
conditions)), by the father, mother, son, daugh-
ter, brother or sister of an intending home-
steader. Thousands of homesteads of 160 acres
each are thus now easily available in these
, great ^r^ain•^^‘owlug,, stock-raising and mixed
There you will find healthful climate.
neighbors,churohes for family worship.school*
! for your children, good laws, splendid crop®,
and railroads convenient to market.
Entry fee in each case is ?10.00. For pampb-
! let. Last Best West,” particulars as to rates,
i route-, best time to go and where to locate,
i. S. C1AWF0KD.
ft*. 125 W. Moth Street* Kansas City. MitsemL
Genuine Must Bear
CtaM knd Nwat.fw* Ib* J**•
Promou* k l-irjn.at X-'o*W_
W*w*r Fait* to BMtor* OtwF
Bur to It* Toothful Color-
Chn* w«:p diMM *_h.ir.f»iua*,
U^.:^ Thempsen’s lye Weter
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, w n. u.. wichita, no. 26. 190&
Malaria Causes Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drive* out Malaria and build* up tbe
You know what you are taking. Tbe formula i* plainly printed on every bottle, showing it
is nmply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless.
and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 30c-
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