Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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A. J. R. Smith, Pub.
BEAVER. I I I I OK LA.
Thus far this season anglers agree
that the biggest got away.
What a perfect rhyme there Is be-
tween "April seeds" and "July weeds!"
Hurrah! The Maryland strawberry
crop Is reported to be one of the best
on record. The optimists are not all
A Washington bulldog ate up one
enumerator's census book. He may
find the long list of queries but ques-
To Judge from the way aviators
have been falling from the sky lately
there Is at least one product of the day
which Is coming down.
The prospect of a "Chantecler"
drama In this country should arouM
great hopes among the musical com-
edy players known as broilers.
The couple who were married on a
Western Maryland train going at the
rate of 40 miles an hour evidently
wished the matrimonial knot tied fast.
A six-year-old girl In Brooklyn has
two heads. It must be something of a
■train on her lungs when she gets into
an animated conversation with heraelf.
New York city coi tlnues to go up In
the air. The plan .'or a new 38-story
building means a notable addition to
the finest collection of sky-scrapers In
Some claim that young Sldls, who Is
elucidating the fourth dimension at
Harvard, Is after all but a reincarna-
tion of Kuclld. Young Sldls him-
self says to this theory: "What bosh!"
There are a great many swollen tor-
tunes In this country, but investiga-
tion will show that very few of them
can be traced back to the Belgian hars
craze that caught so many hopeful
ones a dozen years ago.
Lord Kitchener, England's big gen-
eral, knows what good soldiering is,
and having seen West Point he gives
high praise to the military academy
as one of the best of training schools.
And American history shows his Judg-
ment is correct
In London a police magistrate de-
cides that It ts proper when a woman
Insists on wearing a big hat In the
theater to put her out The issue Is
out of date in New York. The lady
takes her hat off, over here, rather
than put her neighbor out.
The bacteriological drama to be
given by Wisconsin girl students In
which bacilli and germs will be per-
sonified on the Btnge goes the Chan-
tecler barnyard drama one better.
There will be curiosity to discover
which particular microbe will have
the leading role.
An English novelist Is In this coun-
try to study the women. The Amer-
ican woman Just now seems to be the
most Interesting topic of civilized cre-
ation. Still, there is no need to be
going to outside writers for a full un-
derstanding of her. It takes the na-
tive American to appreciate her full
Prince Victor Napoleon will, it is
announced, renounce bis pretenslou
to the throne of France. Prince Vic-
tor Is about to marry a daughter of
the late King Leopold of Belgium and
she has a lot of money, so that It will
not be necessary for him to go on pre-
tending for the Bake of having some-
thing to do.
"Fret not thy gizzard!" Is the mot-
to that Dr. D. K. Pearson. Chicago's
millionaire philanthropist, gives to the
world, at the age of ninety. It's s
comparatively easy motto to live up
to, when you are a retired multi-mil-
lionaire, but It's harder when you
don't know where the money Is cont'
ing from to pay the rent.
There is a "butter war" out In El-
gin. 111., the center of a large dairy
industry. One faction is trying to
hold up prices to a certain rate and
another crowd wants the figure one
cent a pound lower. Meanwhile the
"ultimate consumer" is disregarded.
He is expected to pay whatever the
other fellows decide upon. That seems
to be the way the law of supply and
demand works with trusts and com-
binations running things.
Herr Wilhelm Volght added to the
gaiety of nations when he personated
a German army officer and "held up'
the Mayor of Koepenlck. although the
imperial authorities, who do not relish
that sort of humor, sent him to prison
for bis Indiscretion. And now he finds
that the "joke" has a serious side.
IJncle Sam's laws forbid the admis-
sion of immigrants with a prison rec-
ord. and Herr Volght, who wanted to
locate here, has been deported as an
objectionable allen. The laugh at
present seems to be on the man who
made merry at the expense of the
STOOD WHERE SHE WAS POT
Wife Obeyed Orders to the Letter, but
Unfortunately Workmen Moved
In a western state workmen began
to dig a post bole for an electric light
In front of a Dutchman's dwelling,
when the master forbade them to con-
tinue. After some discussion the
Dutchman bade hia wife stand on a
large, flat slate with which be cov-
ered the hole. "Now, Oretchen," he
said, "dat Ish vhere you sbtands till
I comes btck mlt eln enjunctlon." The
solid frau stood there like a statue,
her hands on her hips. When the
husband disappeared, the leader of
the workmen ordered the slate, with
the frau on it. to be removed. With
perfect politeness the lady was set on
one side as if she had been a fat tear
pot on a salver. The Dutch wife stood
like Casablanca, but the hole was well
in its place when the householder re-
turned with the Injunction. He was
overcome with astonishment and
wrath. "Vy vas you not stood on dat
hole?" he demanded of his wife. "It
was on dls stone dat you vas puts
me," she answered. He looked at her
In helpless indignation a moment, and
then cried: "I vas not mean dat you
shtand on dat stone ven dat hole was
carried away!"—Christian Register.
Thsy Surely Would.
A little American boy with his fa-
ther was vlBltlng a market in a Mex-
ican city. He saw a little native girl
with a small basketful of red peppers,
of which she was eating one. His fa-
ther was about to aay: "She thinks
she is very smart," as the son called
his attention to it The boy spoke up
quickly, knowing what was to be said:
"Pa, would those red peppers make
you smart if you eat all of them?" Hit
father replied: "Yes, son."
Clerk—May I have a day's leave to-
morrow, sir? It is my mother-in-law's
Employer—My dear Huber, this
mustn't occur again. Last week your
wife died and now your mother-in-
law's xolng to be burled. You must
arrange things better In your family
and see that they happen In th« holi-
The Man Invsslon.
The wlteh out for a moonlight
Jaunt on her favorite broomstick,
had just escaped being run down by
an aeroplane manned by a Joy-rider.
"Ob, this is simply maddening!
she cried, hysterically; "to think of
man Invading the one field of which
we women have had a monopoly for
centuries! And I believe I heard the
brute say, as be passed: 'Oh, you kid
Ws offer OM Hundred .Milan Reward tor any
mm of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall't
y. J CHANEY * CO.. Toledo, a
We. the undenlCMd. have known F J. Cheney
lor the laat It year*, and belfave him perfectly hon-
orable In all buaineM transaction* and financially
able to carry out any obligations made by hie Ann.
Walbino. Kinnan a Marvin.
Wholeeale DnwlaU. Toledo. Ot
Haiti Catarrh Cure H taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mocoua aurfacee of the
system. Testimonials sent tree. Price 71 owls P«t
bottle. Sold by all Druntleta.
Take 11 ali i Family PUic for
"Jack sent me a handsome mirror
for my birthday."
"Oh, that accounts for it"
"Accounts for what?"
"Yesterday he asked me If a woman
ever got too old to be pleased with a
CUT THIS OUT
And mall to the A. H. Lewis Medicine Co.,
8U Louis, Mo., and they will send you free
a 10 day treatment of NATURE'S REME-
DY (NR tablets) Guaranteed for Rheu
matlsm. Constipation. Sick Headache. Liv-
er, Kidney and Blood Diseases. Sold by
all Druf?gists. Better than Pills for Liver
Ills. It's free to you. Writs today, -
Doctor (politely)—Good morning,
Mrs. Wtoslow's Soothing Syrap.
The man who plants a ladder never
knows what will come up.
Dr. Fiesta's Pellets, mall, mgar-eoated. easy to
tako at eandy, regulate and Invigorate atouach,
Uver and bowel*. Ito not gripe.
Farmers and washladles get their
living from the soil.
A big bowl of
is the best dish you
you can serve.
Good for all ages
and all conditions.
Parked in regular else packages, and la
hermetically sealed tins tot hot clU
FN HIGH SOCIETY.
RESULTS of the efforts of the
United States department of
agriculture to Introduce In
place of the box system of
turpentining, which has been
so destructive of the pine for-
ests of the south, the much less in
jurlous cup and gutter or cup and
apron system, are evidenced In resolu-
tions recently adopted by the execu-
tive committee of the Consolidated
Naval Stores company, a representa-
tative association of naval stores pro-
ducers. The resolutions were as fol-
"Whereas, The experiment made by
the United States government, as is
shown by the various bulletins from
the bureau of forestry, aB well as the
experiments of individuals, and the
practical results obtained by the large
which the Consolidated Naval Stores
company owns any interest."
The department of agriculture has
established, by experiments, that the
cup and gutter system of deriving
naval stores (1) yields 30 per cent
more products than the ancient meth-
od; (2) does not so weaken the trees
physically that they are in danger of
being wind thrown; and (3) leaves
the timber in thriftier condition be-
cause it has not been severely Injured
by box cutting. _
Naval stores production is now con-
fined almost entirely to the South At-
lantic and Gulf States—chiefly to
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana and eastern Texas, with
very little coming from the last-named
state. Southeastern Virginia, eastern
North Carolina and South Carolina
number of operators, it appears that
the use of cups in the gathering of
crude gum yields much larger results
In quantity of spirits of turpentine
produced, and a very great Increase of
the grades of resin, as compared with
the old system of boxing; and,
"Whereas. It appears that tho use of
cups Is to the Interest of producer and
factor, tending to Increase and perpet-
uate the life of an industry in which
we are engaged, and to the general
good and upbuilding of which we
pledge our hearty support;
"Therefore, be It resolved. That we,
the members of the executive commit-
tee of the Consolidated Naval Stores
company, pledge ourselves to use every
Influence at our respective commands
toward bringing about as near as pos-
sible the universal use of cups as
against boxes in the production of
"Resolved further, that we now de-
clare It to be the policy of the Con-
solidated Naval Stores company to
look with disfavor on the boxing of
any Umber for turpentine purposes la
originally yielded this country's sup-
ply. The center then moved farther
south and long remained In Georgia.
Today the center Is In Florida. Ex-
perience of the last half century has
shown clearly In the case of Virginia,
the Carolines, and Georgia, that so
wasteful and severely injurious a sys-
tem of turpentining as the ancient box
method results in exhausting the pro-
ducing forest at such a rapid rate and
in such a abort period as to preclude
all poBslblllty of a permanent produc-
tion of naval stores under that system
In any given region. Under bo short-
sighted a policy and system, continu-
ance of the Industry Is clearly a ques-
tion, not of establishing permanent
production throughout the regularly
maintained forest country, as Is ths
case of wheat and other staple prod-
ucts which become fixed resources of
certain sections, but of how long the
United States as a whole will continue
to produce naval stores. Continuance
of production is dependent chiefly
upon how long the staple species of
virgin Umber will last
First Burglar—I've been in the very
best houses In town.
Second Burglar—I am much sought
What He Knew.
"You can tell me the names of the
twelve apostleB, Sam?" said the pret-
ty Sunday school teacher one morn-
ing. Sam's face fell, and he Bhlfted
bis weight from one foot to the other.
"Can't do It, ma'am," he said, sor-
rowfully; and then his eyes bright-
ened; "but I can call off all of the
pitchers In the league teams," he vot
Hewitt—It is no longer fashionable
for a woman to have a small waist
Jewett—I know it; you long-armed
fellows have a cinch.
We are our best when we try to be
it not for ourselves alone, but for our
He that dies pays old debts.—*
The Bitters has clearly
proven, during the past 56
years, that it is an ideal
tonic and invirforant for
those in a weak and debili-
tated condition. It aids di-
gestion and keeps the bowels
open. Try it today.
What 1.1. Hill, the Great Railroad Magnate,
Sisvs Abaut Its Wheat-Producing Powari
"The greatest need of thla country
(united States) In another genera-
tion or two will be the pro-
aafliclent ior mem. i ne
day* of onr prominence
ae • wheat exporting
Thla great rail road mag-
sate le taking advantage
of Western Canada.
of 125 Million
Bushele •« Wheat
iwaye cloee at
lumber cheap, fuel may to
and reasonable In price,
r easily procured) mixed
Ing a succeaa. Write m to
lace for settlement, settlers1
Ion application >, and other Inform a-
I. 8 CRAWFORD
la 121V. Rati Stmt, tanai City,
(Use add rem neares* ron). Hi
W. L. DOUGLAS
•S, 4, *3.SO, *3, *3.50 A *2
FOR 30 YEARS.
. Millions el an wear
W. L. Douglas shoes be-
cause they are the low-
est prices, quality
coating M OO to $S.00.
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