The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 240, Ed. 1 Monday, June 16, 1924 Page: 4 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
MAIMED BUT UNBOWED
a*n*utr r munw**MH** J"W_
THE ASPARAGUS BED
Tha M*parHifii* bed demanded more
attention and more time than any
ether bed In the garden.
Of couree the other* had to be
looked after and the weed* pulled
out of the way and tho henna and the
; tatoes all liked to be hoed around
id out fhemr.elvea
But the aaparagtia bed was very
It liked so murh attention
Yet It did not give as much a*
paragon as the other vegtnhlee cave of
themselves. It gave enough ho that
the different member* of the family
In turn had a dish of asparagus but
ns for the whole family having It at
one time no, no, the aaparagu* bed
did not allow that.
Perhaps In some places It wn*
different but here the asparagus bed
loved the attention and loved the fuss
Ing and did not want to spoil th»
Perhapa the asparagus wanted to ho
lure the family never got tired f
And they certainly never had the
chance to get tired of It. with only
one dish of It at a time
It was a rule In the family that
no one must take nor receive from
Graduate Nurse 1 ells
How l anlac Helped
Manv of Her Patients
SEATTLE NURSE IS FIRM BE
LIEVER IN TANLAC AND REC-
Above Ik pictured Ralph Grimm, til*
aided veteran of the World war Al
though he lost both legs during tin
war, Grimm took heart and while a.
the Walter Heed hospital learned lh*
art of silver and gold craftsmanship.
“About a year ago I hud a lady
I'.itti ut who could not keep a thing
on |pr stomach fifteen minutes, not
even water. 1 prevailed on her to
••Front my long experienc, as a tr> Tanli“ “"‘1 “f,er ,he six,h hot'
pr< regional iiiifncv I do tiot hu -itnio He* she c'oiiltl e*tt absolutely nn\
to say I ronnldcr Tnnlar ihe moat t It in l* she wanted without the sligh-
eflicimt and iiHtural stomach meili*i,.S| hud at icr effects.
tcir.e and Ionic to be had It is mi -t llJt(| another pal lent who sim
rtouldeilly nature s most perfect ’,,|v cOU,(1 ,10t eat. I got him started
" ' ■' roachl* ' ito L,, nnd ;by the time he had
ment given for publication, re finished three hottlcg he was eating
lently, li) M's. I A ibn-den. I-’’ .ravenously and able to work.
Pontius Ave. Seattle. Wash a rad “These two instances that are typl
uate of the National Temperance eal of the wonderful merits of the
medicine. My confidence in Tanlac
Tanlac is fee sale by all good
druggies. Accent no substitute.
Over 10 million bottles sold.
Last Times Today
“THE SPIRIT OF THE U. S, ft.
Mary Carr& Johnie Walker
Endorsed By American Legk n and Salvation A*-my Every where
WILLING Workers make wonderful
profits selling “Beegee” table cov-
ers. Every housewife buys <>n sight
w rite lo Central Sales Co., Box HA I
Pittsburg, ra. 14p
ll< spit.il, t hi ago
i “I have used Tanlac cxclu-ively
for seven years In the treatment of
my i halrty patents," said \|i itor-
den. "and my experience l,,, < been
that for keeping the stom.n h. liver,
kidneys and bowels fnni i ioninu
properly, and for toning up the y
fetn in general, it has no eqnal
T nl;r Vegetable IMIls. for eon
stipuiion made and re* omniendeil bv
the matiufacftirers of TAN',AC.
In far-off Tibet, Ohirtesevdefamdcncy,
Kxplorer MoCovern Ihwls a pamdlse
for women. In this par»dise,Vhijgli up
in the mountain passes, there ^re !Vi
men to every woman Nohvnmajy is too
homelv to have less titan a dozen
suitors, and a woman usually hats seven
husbands. Nature strives jo ‘balance
the population. One ornrtrntlon of
children will restore the sex ibalanee
In Tibet, unless the sltuBtion' Is due
to the old Chinese custom of eliminate
Ing most of the girl babies.
Only One Dieh of It at a Time.
the one whose turn It was to have
asparagus a single stalk of It.
There was a rule about this. And
no one felt envious of the one whose
turn It whi for that was the rule and
It was a fair rule.
How thrilled the family were when
they saw more asparagus each time
and knew that yet another turn would
But one day, out In the garden,
when the family were all at dinner,
the vegetables all started talking
"I'd he ashamed If I were you,
asparagus," said the potato leader
"We’re not like that."
"No." said the HSparagus “and so
you’re never a treat You're Just
good, wholesome potatoes.
"You’re not unusual. You're not a
delicacy. You spoil the people, that’s
what you do."
"I suppose you think we do the
same,” sHld a carrot.
“Of course 1 do," answered the
asparagus. “You let yourself become
so common that they put you In stew
They don’t put I he members of our
family In a stew
"And as for the radishes grow ing
up In different crops and the lettuce
too well really, you Just spoil the
reople beyond all words.
"liven the cucumbers and the toms
tees will do the same.
"And there are the beans nnd the
peas well wa'd never act like that.”
“It’s true they never would," said
the potatoes "Maybe we do let our-
selves become common.”
"And maybe w* do, too," snld th»
"Maybe we do, ulsn," said the beans
"And the same may he true of ns,'
Slid the pens.
Rut later on the family were out
In the garden and they snld
“It will he severe! days before we
can get another dish out of that
asparagus bed nnd the asparagus Is
"But while It’s a luxury it is our
other vegetables really which feed ns
and give ns strength. They’re the
vegetables to stand by us."
And the other vegetables all felt
heftei, for there was something steady
and reliable and friendly and nice
■hoot not h<*|ng too superior.
But the asparagus bed kept its own
ways and perhaps that was a goo,I
thing for It wouldn't he so nice If
everything became too usual and
n thing could he a treat
A Perfect Recitation
Instructor In veterinary class—
What would you do for a dog ths'
was poisoned by strychnine?
Student (who had not studied the
assignment on antidote* for polso*s)
—I would start digging a hole Green
Give your fellow men a square deal
and then watch them.
Moat people wouldn't want their own
way If they could have It.
He who lives for himself and self
alone Is a successful failure.
It s difficult for a woman to love a
man that no other woman admires.
After winning a woman’s hand a
man sometimes finds himself under
Where there’s a will there's a way—
'n the majority of cases It Is not the
way you will.
The world wouldn’t tamve unite so
fast If It depended on some people we
know to puali It.
It Is surprising hor many really
good people there *re In :he world
—if one can take their word for It.
AVhen a widow take* unto herself
another husband, all the women In the
neighborhood look wise nnd say "Poor
Pershing Returns to Washington
The "Notional Society fnrjthe Rtv.dy
of education has recently Neon ap-
pealed to by eminent leaders in edu-
cation to foster a movement to give
more attention to the .specially gifted
pupil. Of recent years greater atten-
tion in proportion has been giwen to
backward or subnormal ^hlkdren.
Monoliths and pyramids have been
found in British Honduras, marking
the site of an ancient Mayan dty. The
American hemisphere is referired to as
the new world, but it can. on. demand,
produce traces of ancient <Hvjilizatlons
worthy the attention of any scientist.
CALOMEL SI SLL
| It's Quicksilver. Salivat.es. Causes
Rheumatism and Rone Decay.
The lioxl dose of r.ilmm I you lak*
niu\ salivate you. It may shock
your liver or start hone necrosis.
Calomel is dangerous It is menu
ry, qui ksilvei. It crashes into s,nu-
bile like dynamite, crampinr; and
sickening you. Calomel attacks tho
I bones and should never he put Into
If von fee! bilious, headnev, con-
stipated and all knocked out. just
uo to your druggist and cot a bottle
cf Dodson’s Liver Tone for a few
cent- which is a harmless vegetablo
substitute for dangerous calomel,
Take a spoonful and if it doesn't
.Mart your livefl and straighten you
tip better and quicker than nasty-
j-calomel .Hid -villiot making you s|ok,
you just go hack and get your
Another reason for seeing America
first Is that F.uropean hotel heepeis
have just decided to advance prices
still further. Ignoring the lesson*of-the
man who killed the goose thnt laMJIhe
J UNUSUAL I
Aft, r months in France, Gen. John .1 IVr.-hlng ha- returned t his desk in
ns lingtnn, and he is seer in the photograph in conversation with MaJ. Get.
John L. I linen, the deputy chief of MalY.
Food costs may have declined • a
hit, yet they have a long way to| go
before they drop to the level of' the
j good old days when round steak twas
ten rents a pound and the butcher
I “threw In" a hunk of suet.
Revenge, but Not Sweet
Little Willie poinu d at Ids sister's
sweetheart. Mi Jones
“Mr Jones kicked me yesterday.'
h* snarled, 'hut l got even with hint
you het your life ] mixed up quinine
with my slater’* face powder."
"Oh. look ! Daddy put* |n ipti*
•tick* with the name* on to rettdnc
th* »eed n«t |o grow up into the
By T. T. MAXEY
(<t/. 1124, W*attrn Ntwtpaptr Union )
To avoid the line and numerous ;
purtlcles of dust and atnoke which!
naturally hover In the air over a big i
city and cut down the effectiveness of j
the observations, the Jarring even
though minute—which upsets the cal-
culations of the observer*, and the
disturbing reflections from the night
Illumination, powerful telescopes are!
usually stationed at points where!
these condition* do not have to he
Accordingly, the great Yerkos ob-
servatory (connected with the Fnl- j
veralty of Chicago)—one of the great- j
est of all the astronomical labor*
torle* on earth, la perched upon the
crest of a bluff above beautiful Lake
Geneva, near the town of Wllllatna
Bay. Wts. about seventy miles north-
weat of Chicago.
In the largest of the three domes
which surmount the observatory Is
mounted the world’s largest refracting
telescope. It Is also the busiest tele- !
scope, being In use both day and
night the yenr round, weather condi-
In the center of this dome, which Is
7fi fm>t In diameter on the Inside, bal-
anced across the grent pier which
rests upon a solid foundation of con-
. refe and supports the weight, is the
barrel of this tremendous Instrument.
It Is 82 feet long and weighs about j
12,00)) pounds. Knch of the two grent '
lenses which fit Inside of this barrel \
are forty Inches across.
The barrel of this Instrument can j
be swung around In any direction and ,
raised or lowered to any angle; the
floor of the dome l« movable nnd the
entire roof of the dome revolve* all
to the end thnt the observer can oh- ;
nerve In any direction nnd at any
angle necessary In order to properly
perform the particular Job In hand
After the hnrrel has hern focused It i
can he adjusted to follow and keep m ]
view the object under observation re-
lieving the observer of havin'.- to stop
occasionally hhiI focus hi* telescope.
Adjustment as small as one one-hun-
dredth of an lilt'll t an lie in.-ule.
With till* telescope observers liMve
beer enshled to determine, with grent
exactness, the position* of stars In
••lusters snd the distance* between
them. Stellar photograph* taken,
using the telescope as a camera, are
among the he*t yet secured 1'lie
brightness of *Ihis also Is iiu-asui-utile
with this Instrument.
They have learned many im-
portant facts about baking powder.
These facts have cost them real
money in the form of labor t it wrs
wasted because bakings made with,
an inferior leavener were ruined—
because expensive ingredients used
in the bakings were spoiled.
They have found by actual
si #2as* f
is most dependable and economical.
For thirty-live years Calumet
has been serving the hotisewivcsof the
nation—making it easy to bake and
serve pure, sweet and always whole-
i cars ago when Calumet was
first ofieredtothe ladies et Oklahoma
they were quick to grasp the advan-
tage Vi i j more than usual leavening
1)< Tt experiment — don’t
chr <». i m Calumet to some other
hr; i— . ' h only add to the cost
of • : . :: and may mean abso-
• luiv ,.i l-,rc on bake dav.
EVERY INGREDIENT I'M) (Mil ,MI i ' 'i’LOA F.l) III l . s. FOOD AUTHORITIES.
Don’t take calomel! II run' not bn
(trusted tiny more than a leopard or
J <i wildcat Tak» Dodson’s Liver
, Porte which *trni —htens you right
up and makes you feel fine No
pelt* necessary Give it to the
■ children because it is perfectly harm
less and can not salivate.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
T!!P IMA>10Ni> IJHAND. a,
La<tk«! Aak your DrugrU
C'hl-chfMMter • iHantoruTTlr
1*11U in lied and 4»«»ld »-•
boxes, sealed with Blue
Take no other. Bu» o __
DIAMOND JtKAMI 1*1 LI,N, for fft
y ear* k nown as Best, Safest. Aiwa vs RelhMe
SOLD EY DRUGGISTS OTYWHERI
Any kind made to order.
Smitp Plumbing and Tin Company
Bruce Lawton. Props.
221 So. Bickford
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1 keeping front rooms. 120 Sou
1’cR RKNT Modern
too West YVadc St Kl Reno. Okla
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turn to Democrat. Dtp
I (1ST 1,1st of names of member-!
league nf Yoiinr Democrat Finder
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peels. Travels, ele. Two Years
Guide added Free. Slnle lii' lhd tie,
Mr. Ml**, or Mis Send 28 eeuls
in Stamps (mil eoitn to defray t'n
(are and Clerkship Address Mr ('
Van de X.i a r Forest Mansion.
Haarlem. Holland. Posl.tge lo llnl
land fi eenta • 11 |gp
Sales VJt Times T:.osj jt Cither Brand
ST\M.Ml*’. RING and other speerh
disorders ran he eitred l'’or infot'
motion write Professor ,| \V Slo-n
lrrd. l’niversity of Oklahoma. Vo"
U’nn, Oklahoma. |ij|>
I iimp (ins Engines -Water Tanks
"Special i now Way 4 II P Binder
Engine good as new. Lett* than
one half price
Smith Plumbina and Tin Company
Chris Stout —B'ucf Lawtyn, Prop*.
Rhone 20S 221 So. Bickford
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