The Rocky Weekly Advance. (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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For Men and Boys.
We are receiv.eng hew goods to
such an extent that we must make
room by special prices on some lines
that will get them out of the way in
a hurry. While theyjlast, we sell
Suits for Men, sell at
mo up and tell me how much
you want and onjwhat you want
It. Your policy U.kes effect the
minute I get orders to write it.
Yon can get torncdo insurance
up to full value of the property
I represent standard, reliable
Companies, exclusively, writing
Fire and Tornado on both town
and farm property but no bail.
Do you take the
HOOKY WEEKLY ADVANCE
If not. why notf
HAD HIS REVENGii
ORANG OUTANG GOT EVEN WITH
CAND1.M ONOININO T».L«. jjpg ,J, ^ HAREM
Mud Bo Properly Arranged to Get
the Beet Effects.
Caudiolighted dining table# aro
more popular than ever. Four can
dies are needed to light the smallest
table, rid four double-branched can-
dlesticks are liked bettor. Besides
silver and brass, gloss candlesticks, in
old Eii-ikh and colonial designs, ara
soon. Cut glass Is to be preferred, of
course, tut good Imitations are mads.
It 13 hard to understand how wrought
Iron ever canto to be used for either
lamps or candlesticks. Possessing no
powers of reflection or refracUon, the
light of oven a strong flame le dimin-
ished at least one-half, and a most de-
pressing effect obtained. Candle
shades are works of art, whether
• made of silk and trimmed with chiffon
rallying of Coif Bag Made Kmh**
Young Har'ood's Oousla Heelys
had Invited him down to her country
place to sf.p over the holidays. He
am- Jr.at before dinner, to find that
he had 'aft bin coif clubs behind hi a.
It wan moat exasperating; hut hie
cousin comforted him somewhat by
promptly offering Use uee of her otabs.
The next day he started early for the
.Ink; th Evelyn’# husbtnd, hat in an
hour Uc vrno bock again. "Wore tha
clubs bo bad?" aha inquired; “conldn’t
yui finish the gams?" He aaswored
sh n tly that ho had not eared to flaluh
'bn game- rf course thora was noth-
i.ij the matter with the clubs. When__ _ ____ _
Evelyn's husband came homo *®**ind beads, or faahioned of nape* and
!u n heon at r.oou the questioned # jooorated with water color- designs.
“What's wrong with Dob, Hanryt" aho ■ ----- —*--- -* —*------ —
INMATE* AT THE MERCY OF
iRound House und New State Overalls.
OUr hew Line of
Fuil-g oriel and extra Fine
All color*, - Blue, Brown, Black
In Voile. • Chiffon Panama,
and Broadc \otb.
We are now showing
New Spring Line of,
Paris Muslin, New Lawns.
Thistle, Suesiue, and Jap Silks,
and all kinds of Fancy Waist
Roc ky Mercantile Co
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Chattering Monkeys Pestered Big
Brute Beyond the Limits of His
Patience, and a Tragedy
Was the Result.
When Pete, the big orang outang.
took offense at the continual chatter-
ing of eight African monkeys which
occupied a cage directly opposite tho
crate containing Pete between decks
on the big British freighter Schuyl-
kill, which got In recently front Ma-
nilla, Singapore and other parts of
the far east, Capt. Anderson did not
pay much attention to his protests,
says the New York Times. They
put him down as a crank, and let it
go at that. The vessel put Into Bos-
ton some days ago, but before she got
there Pete had found his chance to
even accounts with his tormentors.
The brute broke out of his cage, and
before he could be captured bad killed
four of the monkeys.
The Schuylkill left Manila on Feb
ruary 12, and her last port of call be
fore arriving on this side was Algiers.
The orang outang and the monkeys
were brought on board at Singapore,
as were a number of snakes and a
tiger. The orang outang was rather
a docile appearing animal when the
Schuylkill got out into the Atlantic,
but he soon showed signs of disliking
his traveling companions. The chat-
tering of the monkeys got ou his
nerves, and his resentment Increased
from day to day. Apparently the lit-
tle family became aware of Pete's
aversion, for they rather took de-
light in poking monkey fun at him.
Jt got so bad that whenever the big
orang outang came within their view
they greeted him with a chorus of
monkey chatter and laughter.
The climax came when the ves el
was about four days from Boston.
Pete, it appeared later, had for some
time bevn quietly working on the bars
asked; “didn't the game go smooth
ly ?" Her husband chuckled. “It waa
vour cluba," ha explained. "1 don’t
vendor ho isn’t happy. Ho waa pro-
tv. lug to 'tec off at the holo In front
of the clubhouse, with a lot of girls on
iho veranda watching him. Ho plokod
up jour bag of cluba to taka out tho
diivcr,’ but it was caught in some
way, and ho turned tho hag upside
down to shako it loose. The drivor
tumblod out then, aud with It ennso
your false fr'.r^o, your powdor puff,
four green veil, and that llttlo Ivory
tandglaao you carry around. Do you
rendor bis focilngs aro so mow hat
STORY OF FAMOUS HYMN. .
“All Glory, Laud and Honour" Wrlh
ton In a Prison.
A popular hymn Is Theodulph’a "All
glory, laud nod honour,” belonging to
the ninth century, and said to hava
fcten written by tho poet whilo in An-
zors priacn. Tha author of “Hymn*
.ad Their Makers” quotes a legend in
-elation to its use on Palm Sunday.
S2I. to the effect that when Louis tha
Pious, king of Franca, waa nt Angers,
ho took part in tha usual prooesaion
of Laity and clergy, and as the procee-
ilon passed the place where OL Theo-
dulph, tho bishop of Orloans, had leng
been incarcerated he was scon stand*
tng at tho open window of hla oeU,
and there, amid tho cilsnco of the peo-
ple, he saug hla hymn, to tho delight
't tiro Ling, tv ho at ccce ordered h'M
to be set at llbOi ty and rsrtmed to hla
sae. In aomo mine? details ihls ligand
U referred to by other writers as well.
Mothar of tho Sultan Has Abeeteto
Power of Life and Death Within
Its Confine# Cruel Fueled
mont Fra smut.
At the present moment whoa no
much attention la being paid to tho
question of equal rights for men and
women, n passing glim poo Into tho
harem of hla serene majesty, Abdnl-
Hamld, exposes n condition of things
bard to believe and still harder to
Curiously enough, however, It In
not the sultan who 1* tho moat pew*
erful and most dreaded autocrat in
his own harom, but tho sultan's moth*
or, known by tho name of "VnUdn."
It Is tho sultan's mother who not only
regulates every Incident at the harem,
but possesses the fight at life and
death over tho women la tt, and there
»are almost no known Inetoarue la
D which a sultan has dared to mve a fa*
_________ ____ designs.
Glass shades, cubes of opalesoent ma-
terial. jewels eucrusted, aro charming,
as also are the parchment pnpnr ones
with old prints in delicate, pink an*d
blue tints, Inserted on one cldc. Can-
dle shades always should be arranged
to hide the flame, as the glare eo near
(he eyes Is unpleasant
- - . ■ - — ** ivnicn a suiiaa nee earee w ■ w
NOURISHMENT IN ICE CREAM. • write from a punishment ordered by
- u’’the crown of veiled bonds," an *h«
Properly Made, It la Idaal Food forg; Valid# to called la the
As the summer months call for *1
change In diet, the home mistress If I
jlten at a loss to supply her table will
food that will be wholesome, yet
within the reach of a slender purse.
The Idea that ice cream la only a
luxury should be dismissed as soon aa
possible from tho mind of tho caterer.
Made of a boiled custard, It contains
the best possible material for health
and strength. Sugar, milk and eggs—
all excellent for the human body. This
with the cold to help protect from in-
tense heat, makes Ice cream an Ideal
food in hot weather. But It must not
bo concluded that all frozen creams
aro good; too often the commodities
sold under varloua enticing nameB are
anything but creams; gelatin, con-
densed milk, not the beat; flour, tha
flavors made of harmful chemicals,
are set forth In attractive guiae and
In time ruin the digestion, producing
illness not to be otherwise explained.
A Story from Missouri.
Missouri mules have a world-wlrtf.
reputation for certain characteristic
rot all of them deserved, says one of
Cut elato’a rcproseplatlvos In con
first class Missouri mulu,” tho
rt,". mn IVho happened to be la objectionable neielibor. la tho Hal
o» to« •- i ““beT.! tb. office,, know rf Pole',
for a race. j,on|e b3P teil before < escape was when a great hullabaloo
*>ur mule ban - . . I arose from the hold and out of the ob-
Cut rhubarb into small pieces and
put in stone Jar. Pour on boiling wa-
ter enough to cover and let stand
three days and three nights, then
squeeze the rhubarb through a •cloth.
the Jar again and let stand in
And next to tha sultan’#
oomos, cot tha sultan’s favorite wife,
aa might ha Imagined, tat the Haa*
nadar-osta, or grand mis trees at
3 nance. Tha aultan’a chief wife, er
more correctly speaking, mlalreee.
ranks only third la the erder of the
harem, and seems to peeaaaa. more-
over, ao real power whatsoever. 1
uee the word mistreat, became the
aultan, which will probably come aa a
eurprlae to tha majortty at ffaffllati
readers, to not allowed to merry. This
extraordinary prohibition dates Emm
tha time when • aultan. going open
come holy war, and taking kto lagltl*
mate wife with him. tonsd tar tto
denly eelsed by the eaeay and led
late captivity. Now, the cotton, bo*
lag eonaidored the Almighty's to
ocendent sad repreaeatatlve an earth,
hla wife was, of oeurse, a acred, and
could not become the property at
any leeeer creature. Her eelswra,
therefore, created aomething like a
panic la royal circles. A oovacll waa
called, and It waa decided that hence-
forward, to avoid repetitious of a sim-
ilar abomination, do sultaa ahoald
The members of the harem are atUI
young slavee bought la Circassia,
Georgia, Armenia sad other
Di 4 you see xlto&fc
They are going,
like Hot Cakes.
You OUGHT to
CISTERN, WEliL AND
cellar CUNTKAC OKS
Wo u v prepare 1 to i‘ Vh
figuira on iiny kinil of CW'U
V.YU Si" in Of M r xoov " •
sv-. , it, U irigi "‘ Cbsry « •
' . V i-*C
• race was ever niartod. so we de-
' \ to have a KlUe fuu with him.
a|, (bey cot oii together, but In
’<* fl*<? MB'seuri oitry wa3
fifiy, Then, all of a sud-
-tS(<.'hy l«ifo Jerked back
stop. Hi3 driver
Mjly to UaT« th« l>*r-
every -00 yards of
we had told the
Ml}a to yell
■hile, and lie,
, /jits! that
courao, was moving so ,
sound was left behind, ^ ^
well trained of course,
100 ye i
den, the Ive..
and cr.no lo ^
whipped him up
the mile. You see,
follow driving our l.
‘Whoa!’ every once in aw
Kentuckv horse ran into it, aL
scurlty below shot up the forms of
three little black monkeys, their hair j
literally standing on end. The olli- |
ojeis flurried bplow and there found |
that Pete hat} lorn off the fiont part ■
*f the monkey cage, and was engaged :
In making short work of its occ-u- j
Four he killed before he could
be driven from his task, and one who
had been unable to get out of the
hold was cowering in fear bellied a pile
9ucb was the rage of the orang ou
tang that before he could be cornered
he started after the escaped monkey.
Behind him came two of the ships
| pfew, armed with stout sticks. 1 he
double chase was continued aboil' the
'Ot’ti before they cornered iho angry
bea H1,4 f0,'ce<I *llni Duck Into the
Cl'QtO. . ,
Tba ^onkejs that were left were,
nut back In their cage and it was
takeu out oi' fete's sight. The rest
of the voyage fet® passed behind
than 78 lines. Tbs voraea uaually
found in o«r hymnrJo are but a frag-
ment of the original hymn, which, with
more or lees abbreviation, has boon
used aa a processional for many oca*
Thero la a good deal af heroism
In tho world of the sort that gets
Into the public eye and rocehroa med-
als ns n reward, aa the giving out of
63 such tokens of geld. *Uver or
bronze by tho Carnegie hare fend
commission attests, comments a writ-
er in tho Boston Trnaeorlpt There
to more of the splendid stuff Indeed
than oven the firmest believers ia
human nature's good qualities would
qulto think possible without ell the
['.ratifying figure# at hand to prove lt«
axtotence. And wh3a one rcfleita that
the heroism which may be known of
into . _
warm place. When it begins to work
Bkitu every day or two. Let stand
in the Jar about two weeks, then put
into a Jug, leaving any sediment that
may have settled in Jar. Do not cork
very tight in the jug. As it may
work still more, if put into glass bob
ties it Is likely to break them.
Green Tomato Pickle.
Slice one peck green tomatoes, doz-
en large onions, putting three rowB of
tomatoes to one row onion*. Put in
siono crock ahd sprinkle each layer
with salt. Let it stand over night;
then next morning empty water
formed. In ngato kettle pat one quart
vinegar to two quarts water. Put
In contents of crock and let tt come to
boil. Then empty water and put two
quarts vinegar, two pounds sugar, cup-
ful of salt, five cents’ worth of celery
all men” to^ocly* about 'ondThVu.^dth « Zn
part as great aa tha aert that never * tablespoonful of allspice. Let It boll
will and never may be known It
makes one foil that the world and
the times aro goed.
Olive Oil In Cooking.
Round or sirloin steak may bo made
more tender by marinating for a
couple of hours before broiling in
three tablespoor.fuls of olive oil and
one of vinegar.
BlscuitR and cake shortimetl with
olive oil are good. Use one table- j
spoonful of the oil to one cup of flour j
and one teaspoonful of baking pow- ; . i
der, mixing as usual. | ' I
If tfie article fried in the oil la not. Copper In Africa. j
too rich so that tho frylngs out of It j ft la believed hy som t^ j
mingle with the olive oil diluting It, greatest ^eopi’er^liidUBtr> J^nKUliylkR j
the oil may be skimmed, a bay leaf
Many years a20 there waa coaalder-
able malaria In Harrisburg, Pa., which
was attributed to the waters of tha
flusque'i aaua river, which waa then
tbs source of the city supply. Ona
of tho members of the legislature for
that year, ujon l ie return to hla con-
stituents, was lntorvlswed ooaearntnx
tho plague. Ho soon Bottled tho
question. "Upon my scraj, gentleman,”
ho declared, "the report of tha foul-
ucas of tha water waa a slander or.
the city of Harrisburg. 1 absolutely
know the water to be perfectly health-
ful, for daring tho seaslon I drank the
walor on two different occasions, sad
I never eapcricnced any 111 effect
Will be developed in Tanganyika
region, whore the properties an. of
SEt potential value, and may prove
STS one of the greatest factors In
carrying civilization into Jioart d
Africa. Much time is required for Jt
volopments. Because of the heavy
speculation in the shares these nuij
suffer much before the P'-^H>es bc
* .........- *>---- i conn* dividend earning. The Btu
policy on application made over, and even
the Rhodesia mllWta# e*ten.ions arc
now to requira * *ta»le **“'•**
. they can reach tM froparty. Robt.
I Williams to th* MW*
-treat measure, «$%G*«Jn‘*er «
v \st undertaking^^®* •* ** »“08' r
j mlikabto at
passed over il. and it can then be used
a number of times.
* * •
I can write you a Tornado
I am on Rocky line No. 1. «ud
my call is a long a short ring.
Any tune you get in a hurry
for Tornado Insurance^ just ca
* two hours, then pour la fru^t Jar* or
In covered crock.
Her Boston Training.
I.ast summer Mr. Byram of Mon-
arch, Col., entertained a lot of people,
most of them relatives of his, up at
tho mills. Among them was a young
lady from Boston. This summer he
expocts most of them back again. He
e^ain Invited the young woman from
the Hub, and several days ago he re-
ceive 1 a letter from her accepting the
“Bcnr Mr. By ram,” the letter said,
“I sl-.all bo delighted to journey west-
ward and Join the party which is to
sojourn rt your mills again this sum-
mer. I hare a queer ambition, Mr.
Byram. It ts to kill a Robert cat. 1
am going to bring a fine little 22-cal-
!bre revolver, and If you find it possl-
blt to lot me shoot a Robert cat
1 shall bo deeply Indebted to you.
"She evidently means that abe
wanta to kill a bob-cat,” said Mr. By-
ram, "and her Boston training makes
her say ‘Robert.’ She'll find It prattr
to kill a Robert cat with a .22
Itself on tha ohanes that the saltan
may one day notion them, tt appears
also that civilization haa not mads
great strides in tho management of
tho royal harem, and that corporal
pontahmoata ara still frequent, on*
ncchs, called "boating eanocha," Min
being kept for refractory person*. Pol*
toned ooffee !* also not entirely oat of
fashion, while, grimmer still, the ter-
rible amok flung Into the Bosphorus
oven now does Its sinister work. It
I* piteous to learn that, notwlthataad*
lag all this, many parents wflUagly
eetl their children to supply the aaor-
moue colony which ooaatltutee the
Bat life for a Turkish potentate to
at beat a troubled circumstance. The
tear of amwaalnatlon to ao groat tha*
the aultan, tt seems, haa not for v
slept two nights running In t'
chamber. The only p?-f'
each sight of the room t
mother, who secretly
Two female slaves alau IK <
•Bl dogs, extended across ...
DRItyKS FOR THt j.
Ratal* Feel In • Graveyard.
Btettla FASor* from AatCrelto’*
plague of rabblta, but ealp la the
priaetpal cemetery- Here they are ...
* veritable pact and *o far *B efforts a hur l .... -------
te set rid of them have been unavatl-« pistolDenver Post
lag, into hoi os, where hole* eoaU bo • -
found, earboUo arid waa poured, but
bunay of the graveyard* I* Quito eeey
la a thick beta aader a flu* tone aa
ia any hole, and he makes the tree
hark fly as far up •• he earn reach
There has been one bettu* but
rabbits are again a* buomtuq*
ever. The other day wbffle • fu-
neral we* la TBflnrt *
at IRU lo*A
Mix with one cup of hot mashed po-
tatoes (unseasoned) a half cup of
shredded codfish, add to this one small
egg and a speck of pepper, beating
till light and creamy; shapo, roll
dried breadcr.unbs, dip in beaten
which haa one toa3..<.-cnful of
milk added to ti, then in crumbs
again; place in frying basket and fry
In deep, lvii fit*. Jok* below (he smok-
ing rplnt, till brown; drain on bievo
Cooling and Nourlehinn 1.
Will Be Ar
Apple water—C <
into slices anti ,.
water over them t.
Strain in two n;
ly in thn o 1
of lemon p
spoonful of o...
and pour it
the Are. Stir i
In a quarter
and salt to
Sago gnu . T . o
sago and p ;' '
moisten with a 'p 1
over a slow tin-
froth, add wi;'
with a lump
ready some ar
Stir In tho wi
stir two a
smooth, ! 0
salt a - J s>
Instca ( !
.wo oranges and uuu ici.w... -*
water and sugar. When cold add the
juice of one lemon and five ora a* cm
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