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Daily lliblical Quotaton
knilDAT, n M . man.
hy mercy, O Jxird, I In Ihn heavens, nnd
fnlltlifulhOHe f ktrhktll unto the clouds.
O makn lull trllll of III l.m .
Experience will decide
How hlet arc they, anil only they,
Who In hi until confide.
"!nd In fHlihrnl. Iiy wtio in ye were called Into
fellowship tif his ion JMIM I'lirlnl nur Lord.
onv. Rebtrtwn i" rMtni inward Oklahoma
nlttlnir rnnra of ntg-t at the "orciy of pardtin-
llir" whl. h hrta tnliPii plai o In lilt. ahMnok, Th
rlaxi nuinlior Of tho " n(" i.iikIiI In I.,, a illiiK' r.
b n Isilllr (if (ho prnpli. MKilimt tlm
KVH the Oklahnman. It l. I. ill n..t ln tin. way
Mtromivl okl.ihnnian aoi-nia to think.
j It In Intftt-jaJIni? In ho aaaurcd that 'Tammany
rijr.iiliil in allow1 Mr. Itmiapvolt to ko on lla
krl. IfMt'JurtliPr Intfrcatlntr In hoar Mr.
Hpoaovplt jMffrliiK Ihn rnuntry ArTIOH IIIH
mVN NOMItfATION, that "tho convrnllon haa
rknvi'il IUW Ifcnliooaod."
Deoonry In govornmont nhntilil ho an liauo
notrr than any parly 1 Bob" Uavldann and
'om" Waldrop ovldinlly billrvpa that It la
I' VrS WW t1l"'n ''an axcuri r.,.cli . tint, to
njiv 'i RAM of OklfthmiAi nnw or
rraru;f ri.nrT1 ' ' will b Mm n ror-
kaf m a
IR COX AX AVTI-l'ltOIIIIHTKlMST?
Dm ln llin thirty-Mix hnntH fnlluwlnir
mlnalli Ji44-i Thr WtTl.l whh uMkrl
ny, nmtiy trVfVMl It w.ia a fa.t that ht
an ftiitl-piohlhltlonlMt. That thoro la any
tlbt on tho point. In laiiKMilal.li' ovlilrn if tho
liability. '; !. X- innplo to he Infnrinid
IP tho public prlnlii
It la noci-aanry thar tho oloi lora of a ntalo
ajtva tho facta all tho furta. No candldato
irl ! 1 1 1 1 i") in nh In n II lilialil , r . cm. ial llnl facia;
nMchHCrjOjniN abova ait cine, tha
ox la a wot," then ho la ontltlcd to tho aup-
rort that fait will hrlnu hlin. and that It will
rina cLie at. ki bk danlatt Ataa,
noae tojihtiDi Itmt la. I i i.natlttiioa a weakneaa
lire .tuitlAA i Mi4M)iridniallon.
Tho hlalory of hla Okndldaci la thia: WtMB
It waa firnt annoiini-od It wna pradlOatad allo
rothor on (WO pi.lnta. that tho mivt rtnir wni a
Ihoral or anli-prohlbltlonlal , thai h had
firovon hlninolf a voto-trottcr In Ohio polltloa,
for month ho Qgvni In tbl in RVklltlOII
rampnlirn t0M4iM ' RfldWktk that opposed the
Bryan prohibition Influaooa In I lio party. Mo
ntorcd llw ,'i.i ifonvintlon ns tho "wci" iti.
Ho had tho auppnrl of TaKuart, tho Indiana
1-oBiut lilliK win., paitnrit.blp Willi tho brcw
rra. ganihlora and dlatllb i t la notorbuia and
Jfna never boon drilled; of tho Hulllvan organl
tall. .11 In tlllnoU, uiili Ho "llath Houaa John"
tfaoclatlona ln Iho city of OhloatTO; of Tiimni i .
which nooda 00 analyols. In New V..iK city J and
if Jim Nuitent. In Now Jora. y. with bin polli '
pf "makn New Joraiy wetter than the Atlantic
Now Jeraey caata ii wot votoa for Pox."
pried Nuneiit when the ahlft atarud to the tmv-
Mr. llryan for a oolld woek wrote dally otoiioo
MotftttHlf MHAIllnirlhe Col candidacy a tho at
tempt of the hrowora to capture tho fJamtmmMfl
party. And whaa.tJu nomUiatlon finally wanl
tho (Tfifi'i iTWwftirjfl a ret i
tatoiin iif,w''li-SftWkriai. ti wa.i fcri.d hy the
eta aniWiVMI fattrit tif)
"" 1,U ifrtcrii1"' ,n reauma of the
ovcr.tltin written Ibe day followtOI Iho noml-
latlon. aaya "wota and Wall Street put over
oa." If there wae a newspaper man at the
ronventlon win. hua nut put practically the
tame atutoniont In hla reporla time afler time,
hen wo have failed to discover hlin. And there
aore eovoral hundred iieWH.aper men there
It can bo
d without any danger whativor
aldo, that uOTi '"ox 1 op-
tinned to pr
lifBi anil bin i.ituluiacy w aa pre.
prohibition principle because
h' .11, d
IaTuTm bauaVOd U Would brlnn
wotca to hie atandai'd. It la hla anle chain o of
ftioinK elected. It la unfair to him to quoailon
Iho fact. In bIvIiik omphaala to it The World
ut furthera the ilemocniilc camllilaico c.hibo.
It la true that alnro the nomination a litinr
WtttMttUtMtMWI ttw daya prior to that event
ha been alven wide publlepy n ttlfj ,.,,.r
ho tell, a i nrroapondent that ho aland fur rlald
enforcement of all law. And a OOOfftl in.ll
tb lan, whn hna l.een rei onily I. . .i . -.. nt, ,,f
tin anil hub .i.ii Jeanne, baa annnunird a (kit
arum i onarMl uliiltiK I'm and nomiirintr M,, iM,.
purl. Alao In that telegram la an ttpnnatfofl
for tho benefit of prohibit lonlel. In whb b bin
Qoorflk problbltlimlal aavo that the, "ir,nnrii.,i
WttOf M law onfor. ornenl C Ok pi ad with the fm I
I hat he prayed ut hla moihera aiave (tampt
hlin a nun aal lifa tnry to iho PTOfllMtlonMa "
In faline ia to all rmi' urTn d It Ihokld he
n.ldnl Ibnt Hov. Tot nnvor at any lime, nut In
bin wetle i moment, over advni at. .1 a iiihi
eiiforrenienl p.illiy. Ill p,.. y 0 ,rlf
the inw of onnraki FM I ha hltti mni riual point
In thai p'llcy la to harne the law thai lb..
enfoiiTment of tha pr...ll lt.,i v law will not kt
neieaanry. The QkOfflk prohlMltOklal in.. I. t -alood
that quite wall, lie wa Imin. et . , that'l
And no pii.blblllonlnt bono ln eilv I Worth
a ttnker'n damn will ever Okpporl Col l-.,r
Ihem to OOfltlkOa to nk I he kfMT" I fur
tli. tn to dellbetately i ek ... . .Mmi, I., .nni.ro
mine with their own i on. lenra f Ok don't
nar any "wot" advnialen nnl.lio; tin ..nsi..n.
II may lie that there aro RlOfa 'iret" ad
voiaDa than "dry" ndvoiale In Iho nntlon. Tho
World la not attompllna lo debate that p. .int.
nor the right or wrong of the prohibitory Innuo
Mm II la particularly denlioua that the country
houlil net Mr. fox rltht. He In Kt an tho
Atlantic o. call."
.i i tuna in i in oaxAnoM
We denlre to call attenllon Id tho atatonnnl
made under oath by M. M TI MM, kttOTIH y
for the at ito banking hoard, during the pardon
lovr.l gallon Wedneaday. Mi Thoinaa, on the
ataiid, aald :
"In tha two and a half yearn lhai I have
boon altorney for the ntate bonking depart
ment five banker have been OOnvlctaj for
mlniine of hank money, only one hua ever
aeon the Inalilo of a Jail. II. mada away
Willi 114,100, but wan nut of Ibe penlteli
llaty In a few mimtha."
That, In the In umatance. I an ndinlnnlon
and not a ehnrne And yet there ate IfcofM who
alt ainugly In their hnklkkkl plaeea and view
with amaii tnent the growth In indbal do
flatiie of government. I,nw ffoverninont to
Inniilre reapei t and breed loyally, muat mean
lunlbo That la pnaalhle only when there la
that Wfeelaauaiia fOOpaCll fur law On the part of
govornmoitial agenta that not only pormlta but
fnrioa lla weight to fall on rl. h and t . frkkl
and !.. hi alike.
It la not difficult tn uiideraland why iho tnm
pnrtlnan league organizer Hie meeting with
areal aneroaa in Oklahoma. Hotirhonlnm oh
lain here to am b an extent that It la Impoattbla
fnr tho ropiihllcan ,arly to bo unci that in
torchange of part'a which aiona make gov
ernment endurable; therefore the nunc null, a!
and dentrui lively aecret cull known an the nn.
paiilnnn league la being given an open field.
Oklahoma will either turn to the OOnatltuMonal
roiubllcan party to aoeur, decent Kovernment.
or tho UnkpkatltkUonkJ noni.artlaan league will
Cnnallttitlonal government In being mkda ob
noxb.ua ln Oklahoma because of Hlnvo like at
la. h men t to boui bntilnm.
sfmatoii .loiiNsov s ANNO! NCKMBMT.
The announcomeiil of Senaior Johnaon that
bo win give hi mtpport to ami randai run ser
vice In the republican i auae. comen with ad
dod force he n une Of the circumstances attend.
Ina It. Thai tin. California .onator and ro
piihllcan leader la lena moved by regularity than
logic and reason la dlacoverablo in tho fad that
ho waited until after the democratic convention
had made It platform and nominated Its til ket.
Afler comparing tho two. weighing all thin,
and observing at first hand the duplicity em
ployed at Kiiscn. he arrived at hla ge. lslon.
That the Johnson announcement la of Ire.
mend. ma advantage to the Chicago ticket and
Platform la a fact that need not l. concealed,
There la no abler or nun mvlndng voice
In the cau f Ainerban paltlollam than Hiram
Johnson. He may have tiled tha patience of
many at litbago. but none must ever forget
the service he and his aHsodale. Senator Borah
haa rendered Ameti, their magnificent and
at ttlMI almost lone fight against autocracy's
avowed purpose (0 torn this republic Into sub
serviency in an international superstate.
Neither Johnson or Borah .an ever do any
tiling that will entirely forfait the Obligation
all true Americana are under for their splendid
and courageous services In Hits reaped.
It Is gratifying to know that Henatoi Johnaon
haa made his de. Islon. thai his voice la to lie
beard not only In defense of the republic hut In
scathing proserutlon of the cane against the
democratic parly and platform. And to feel
assured that Senator Moral! will .,! be on tha
lump in ibe national cause.
mi: i.i in vi m FRINGE.
Tlutt element of the koUUokl world so aptly
deacrlbed hy the late CoL Moosevelt aa "the
lunatic fringe" l preparing to hold a iiinw n
tlon for the purpose of organizing a third party.
If the gentlemen and ladle who are where
they at e be. ause of tlnir Inability to got along
with other folk are able to reuch an agreement
among thenihelvea we have no doubt that tho
result of their labors will be a wonderous thing.
The platform, we anticipate will he the one
perfect Instrument of Its kind since another
superman wont ahroad for Iho purpose of m
proylng upon the work of the creator.
Hut where will the candidates come from?
Theao upliftera. marshalling "the forces that
make for good'' have looked over the field and
found nena available. Mr. Johnson was con
sidered a lost soul because ho preferred to ic
maln In a position to make his effort regiMcr.
Mr. storkh Is dismissed as a "aotd-monger."
whatever that may mean. There remains
Mr. Mryan anfl Sir Ij Toilette, hut yvill
they be able to measure up, and If they do
will they "fall" tor the bunc I
Why not Mr. Plnchot himself i,lt me up
lifters thought of that? Mr. Tlnchot on the
front and Mine i'aul or Mrs. cut behind. What!
TTTI,SA DATT.Y WORT.D,
Heirelnry Colby probably feels Ilk a bsll
Ukin beatoa In tha ninth afier hanging up ,
land of lei, Th martaxfara had quietly pulled
him behind the CUrtaln and lOld him he wn t
l,r tin vice president i a ml h- bad gia. Irnisly
eon, nte, i lo acoapl Than aomobody got huy
and pushed hlin over Into Iho bay.
a question of orthography bog oaagod a Atria
ion m itrivow According to Lea Nlehola sum
ne down to braak lac Itl hut draw the line on
(kttlng down to brum tax.
gaaklna lo the state hoard Of health on tha
matter of lawn. II la not neeeaeary to have a law
lo pre van I man front eating a bad - Kg. bnl ha
will lank up on had whisky law or no law
llenide hla being an ,,, there are other rea
sons why Tulaa doai not permit itoalf lo grow
afitbkalaath ovat Obsaa
And there are men who are never etilugljed
I ui.tn thay hire a praoa agani or tha family oalta
I., .....I... ...
I. .. ....... . ...ft.-I,
Tim keynote speech and platform vindicates
Pal Mali..! ii iraa mora than raar ago that
I'ai fust off. r... the auggeatloti that the wir was
fought to make the , ountri s.ifn for di t rats
a futiher evigenca thai some aalartaa are too
low. we notice ih.il the assistant BOknty atloiney
ol ' ikmulgoo i outiiv haa reaigm g so ih.u hi law
firm miy defend a noin in house ease.
Mayor fellow. r.f ID in velta. sluing i In
luillil il rapacity, has .1 It , that a man g
. i ... ..to oi ow nig a uipp.
girl does not constitute aaaanlt.
of water on .1
Dknny Jones say thl Cog nomination nulla
him to a "T." ii gal on tviiaon, aquaahad Bryan
sni rwEfitaaefrea tne piatiorm
Baromttr of Public Opinion
The In ioi ratlc Voiulnei
The democratic party ha ohon Ha standard
near, r Its choice Oovernor Jamea N c,.x of
iihio I undoubtedly ibe bkkl limber of the
more ,,r ban variegated assortment from which
tt wee compelled to make Its selection. The
DMUd boast of tha demoorata, that the nomina
tion would not be made "In a hotel room at 1
0'OlOt k In the morning." stood unchallenged un
til the final mighty chorus of ' 'a yon" that ended
Ibe weary ami monotonous roll calls. It Is ex
Iretneli doubtful, however, if this democratic
method is any In Her, or for that matter as good.
ns the republican method of comjpromtee, c.ix
as nominated, not because he was the choice
Of I h. delegate at San hiaminco. but hecuuno
thev hid become utterly exhausted from their
nk ami were willing to grasp any opportunity
to end i ho agony
And It In not always necessary thai the
boaaaa work in a hotel room m the early morn
lug hour Pug wan admittedly the eboli t
Tom Taggatt, boss of Indiana, and gambling re
sot t proprietor, nml Of Charles Mnrphv, leader
of Tammany hsii. apoaaor for ait that is corrupt
In iiolltlc They worked for hlin from the
first to iho laat -and lhy put hlin over In
both parties we ftlill find the bossen In Ibe
The democtiiMr partv did tho best It could
The republican party might have done better
Hut the damocreti had no Oonoral wood, a
proven great executive, they bad no LowdOB, ad
mtttOdly the greatest executive one of the great
est states of the union ever hid It had only
McAdno who for a hundred apparent reasons
wxuldn't do Palmer, who vrOUld make a good
prooldonl but who eOttld not have been elected
If nominated, aUch good men as Senator Owen
and Aiubasaadoi Davtl still deep in the woods
if nil., urltj and Cox.
The choice seems logical Cox like Harding
began life a poor man. Moth have worked their
way nil life's bidder from ihc bottommool rung
Neither are "supermen." Harding's public roc-
ml. is clean aa la the record of t'ox, and hi
domestic life has nothing to fear from the
tongtla of the scandal monger. Cox. no douht
should not have, but there Is no use denying but
that his dlvoice will In- secreted as poison 111 the
cup that he must drink.
Cox has been well ires-agented. Kxcepl for
ttie prohibition and the Bryan forces none of
bis own party Is carrying a knife up his sleeve.
The democrats were fortunate in that they
had no Hiram Johnaon. Hut Cox has been over
advertised. He Is neither such a great execu
tive. o popular nor so good a campaigner a
the party democrat! would have us believe. The
I, attic cry of "He'll heat Harding In Ohio" does
not seem o lie BUbatantlatOd. Harding Ins'
the race for governor of Ohio baik In tell to
Judeon Harmon by ion. 377. n was. it must be
admitted, a hid defeat hut Harmon wan the
most popular and among the shrew-dent po"
tielans Ohio has known In years. And the beat
ing Harding received 10 years ago wa not so
severe as tha one he ad m In latere d to hi domo
cratlc opponent ill lflll when he wis elected
Culled stale senator by a plurality of lit'.', 373
Cox has never she" n strength as a candidate In
Ohio. True, he ha been three limes governor
of the slate, but hi elections were all In demo
cratic years and be ran pitifully behind his
parly strength in mi; Wilson curried Ohio
In Mil. ii.1ii Two years later, in 1911, Willie,
republican, beat Coa for governor h' ,l plurality
of ;u.j:x Cox defeated Willis III 191 hy a
scant .".ll9. In the same year that Wilson iar
rle.l tin- state h K'.i, .',03. in 19IS be again de
feated Willis hy 11,951. At no time haa the
domoeratlc nominee proved himself such a re
mark able vote gelt. I -Muskogee l'ho. lllx.
Till: PRKAM OF vol ill
(Copyright. I0J0, i Bdgar A. iiuest
Thooe glorloua days ,.f long ago, when youth
and strength were ours to know.
When all our dreams were far ahead and
we were strange to rare,
Tlun splendor crowned the hills afar.
I wonder now If still they are
as mystical to those who stand to gaze upon
Ob, .I,, the youngsters of today still seek
the land of far away
And paint thelf pictures over there of
pride and poilip and fame?
And do they think, us once we did, that
when of youth they once are rid,
The tea; delights and happiness of life
they'll quickly claim?
Those golden days of long ago, when we
were all too young to know
The bitter side of life or, ere the welt of
We dreamed our dreamn of strength and age,
of deeds we'd do and wars we'd wage.
And from the distance thought mi. sa
was sudi an easy thing
I wonder now If those who sigh to reach
tho gUorlOua by-and by
sun fancy, aa era used to do, mat duty's
tasks are light?
And do they ihlnk that they shull find the
world and all Its people kind
And iiewi know a care by duy or heavy
heart by night''
Now we have left that long ago the distant
hills we've come lo know,
We've sought our dreg ma afar and near
and many a path we've turned
We've felt lb. whip and spur of life, we've
had to bear our share of strife
An. I many a truth In grief and woe and
htttetness we've learned
Success la not the easy thing It seemed to
be In dreams of spring
There's much to hear and much lo face
and many a cruel test.
Mue still, despite the lines of care which
weary men and women wear.
Youth ehorlehee Its aplendld dreams and
thinks that age is best.
FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1020
Always a Mule
. I Th. N.nn.l R.phlitM
Margnrel Carrel ls
By JANS PHU-Pk
Anger and EmbwiraagMMM.
CHAPTER I. XV.
Before I turned und surreptitious
ly glanced around 1 knew It kaj
hand , m lied Uingworth who wim
tail ing. 1 had him n no onv Ilea that
I knew. Hut I assured myself that
It yvas be, then hurtled on my way;
my fin e flushing with anger and
In the qul k. casual glance I
thieyv behind me I bad noted the
style and beauty of the woman to
w hom Hob's ft lend bad boon talk
ing, ond I fairly trembled with iage
ns I re. ailed the words he had used
In describing me. I was a "slick" a
"strait-laced tomnlo" from whom he
fell like praying to he delivered
And they had pitied Bob because be
yvas tied to m as Mr. Langworlh
bad oApresacd it. A nice crowd for
Bob to be running around with-
Moh Just what Mr Iingworth had
said and alao des. rlhed the woman
with him. "I hope you will be ready
to believe me when i aay they are
not proper people for you to asso
ciate with. The Idea of pltlng you I
I should think il would make you
Bob made no reply, and I per
Slstcd "Did you hear what I said'.'"
"Yes. I am not deaf."
"And you do not resent Ids pity?"
"We'll not talk about lliat."
While talking to Hob all the Indig
nation I had felt when 1 heard my
self discussed hy Kred I.iugworth
returned, I could bear again the
mocking laughter of the handsome
Woman With him, and I lost all con
trol of myself. I raged and storm
ed I declared thai I would do
something desperate unless Mob
swoto he never would have anything
to do with such people again. They
had Insulted mo, and htm through
me. He must resent It by dropping
"Hut suppose Wed Langworth
told the truth." Hob said calmly as
I stopped for lack of breath to go on.
"Suppose you were Just what ho
said you were. Would you then
have caUBe for complaint V" Hob in
terrupted me to ask.
"You don't understand. Hob' he
eotted mo a 'stick' und other horrid
"Aren't you rather stt nil -lin ed.
Margaret? I believe that was one of
the names he palled yon. And even
1 hnvo thought you rather unlnler
oRiIng at times when you would talk
of nothing but tho servant or the
Ills of the children. That was what
he meant when he compared you
to a piece of wood. Poor Prodi lie
would feel dreadfully If he knew you
had overheard him. He wouldn't
hurt the feeling of a child."
I wa trantll tt was unbeliev
able. My own busl-and making excuse
for Ilie man' who had so Insulted
me. I Wondered If other men were
tike that. I wished 1 had told Klsln
first before 1 mentioned It to Mob.
Her advice wa alway to keep any
thing which belittled you from your
husband. But I hadn't talked tn
her! and I HAD told Hob. and tic
bad been simply contemptuous of
the entire affair. So finding t hat
my anger, my complaint, did kot
move him, i commenced to cry. At
first 1 sol. bed ln a low tone, but as
he went on reading 1 cried harder
and harder, until he threw down his
paper with an unaccustomed onth.
and flung himself out of the room
and out of the house. I held my
breath tit I heard the front door
open and plOOOi then the elevator
stop to take him down.
I run M ildly to tho window to call
hi m back, but he never looked up
although 1 was sure he heard me
Tomorrow A Night of Walling.
POOpla that didn't hesitate to crltl
clae me, his wife, and to pity htm.
I would loll htm Just what 1 had
beard. Perhaps he would see that
bis Mohemlan frb ml were not as
perfect an be would have me think.
"I met one of your friends today."
I told 1 ii at dinner, trying to keep
thl- Indignation I felt from my voice.
"You did' who wan II?" he asked.
"That fellow you Introduced me to
at the Bevourt. Mr. Iangyvorth."
Up to the time I mentioned tho
name Hob had shown tittle or no in
terest. Now however he was all at-
"Where did you see him'"'
"At the restaurant where I had
"Did ytu speak to him?"
".v..! he spoke to me."
"What did he have to say. Hen
usually well worth listening to."
"He -aid I was a 'stick' ft 'Htralt
Ikcod female and that he pitted
"What are you talking about.
Margaret? Krc.l Langworth never
said such things to you that la. un
less he's gone crazy."
"Ho may ba eraay for all I know,
hut he certainty said lust what I
have told you he did. It makes no
difference that he aald II to some
one else an long ns i overheard It."
Will you tell mo what you are
talking about. Margaret?"
"I am telling you what your friend
"YOU must have misunderstood
"I did not misunderstand, he wa
altogether too plain 111 Ills speech."
I replied, then went on and told
This aftirnoun us fellows was sot
ting on my frunt sies wondering
wat to do, and Puds Imkina sed, I
toll you wat, fellows, lets hae some i
kind of athaletlc contest, lets seel
who can make themsclfs the red del j
In the face hy holding Ihoir broth
Aw all know yu can hold your
breth longer than enybody ells.
Hints the anly
I loll you wats a good contest, lets
see who can wawk along the cerb
stone the fertheat without losing
their liallanta, sod Skinny Martin.
, Skinny being the boat COrbOtOM
With a new crop o' tonsils com- wawker of envbody and we all sed I
In' on all th' time l never let my- Uke beck Its a wonder you would
eelf git blue," declared Dr. Mopps, ! enl pick ut gumthlng .-as, tol koUf I
I day, whi.e th' dismal sugar uut- self wile youri- ubutil It, llko fun
look WU1 bom- discussed Woman's! no sir.
work Is never done but a lot o' j Q, fellows, 1 tell you lets wat. lets
them s.e o f think li Is. te who i an sland on tOOtf hands the
1 'bout had to pull
hi? cussed ein'outd
to get him, up to it
his daed tail J3
Cif W k,Cl. JLlIlb VUft..
longest, red my ouzjln Artie. Htm
being tlio longest handstander In the
crowd and allways standing on bis
hands wen he cant think of anything
its to do, and I sod. o yen, like fun
we will, Jest to give you a i ban, a
to boot ua? Hike nit. I know a
good on. , fellows, bis put a little
p. .-. e ot paper down and see who
can make It move by standing the
forthoroal away and blowing at tt.
Me being the b-st blower of any
of them, and they till started to
make fctirse noises as if 1 had in
gUltOtf them or sumthtng. and aftr
that Sid Hunt made a suggestion to
see who could wissle throo 2 fin
gers tho loudest on account of htm
knowing tie would tie the one, and
after thai Bd Wernlck wuntod ua ail
to go arrOUnd to Smlts meet store
and see who could chill thelrsetf tin1
moat tlmea on the thing that holds
the awning up. on account of him
being able to chin himself 5 times,
and the result was we Jest kepp on
netting there without trying eny-thlng.
asks MliT Nii on PV'RCHABE.
Man Who Bought Is" oar Bnya Boiler
Had No Title to oil BigtUa.
Asking the refund of 11.400 paid
by II O. Bernard to C W Wont for
an oil and gas lease on 90 ucron of
land In Mat bind county, Texas, suit
yvas filed In glgtflol court yesterday
It in claimed Ibat when the pur
chase of the lease was made June 10.
IBIS. Went declared himself to hold
a valid lease to the property, but
Barnard aayn he now finds that Un
original owners, the Houston und
Texas Central Hallway reserved all
mineral and o.ll rights when they
sold the property several years ag.y
OKLAHOMA cTY. July 9. The
secretary of state today granted a
charter to th.. Lynns Petroleum
company of Delaware to operate ln
tho stato under a capitalization of
$1,500.00(1. lied 0, Clarke of Okla.
homn City was designated as resident
ALB. Tulsa Oarment
eventb and Kenosha.
Make Home Happier With a Genuine
llaic all the cheery Influences of music In voue homo. Anyone In
the family con play the Uarwood Pianola and can play nlih cypres.
eioii nml beauty becnuae of the "Metroetyle" ami "Tuemodlat"
(oaohaatvo Pianola devicoe.)
Wo know player piano value and can any thai the Harwood Pianola,
is tin- boat raja the mar kot. Blah and beautiful in tone, simply
Donatruotrit of tin- finest material-. It will give long-iliiic scribe
anil musical satisfaction and we sell it for only MM.
IOt ua allow you why this In-triimeni Is o
superior to the ordinary pluycr piano,
t all or write today.
reason you wunt to
.....hi.. .1. ...... .,,1 to. I 1
Own on the
'"Th sImIs Inr'in but dii nnl r
riliiny, duly ii. loin.
, I t'npyrixol. I'ljn, tit UK. Mi ligft Nmacw SfOllieu. .
Although Jupiter is ill In nolle al
pod, aatioiogeia road thin aa a
! Ihn ati lung day In which to use
cannon In all important matters
Tho Sun, Venus, lianus and Saturn
Are all In evil place.
While Uranus and Saturn continue
to exercise dominating power, th
dash between old traditions and
new Ideals will continue.
The seers fore, ast an extension
of world troubled through not only V
monlhn but years. 1
I.lfe will be held cheap and many
tragi'. lbs Hill he lecolded.
There Is a fairly promising sign
for merchants, manufacturers ami
rapltallsta of every sort today.
Bualneaa will be Kntlsfa.tory In
volume, bui many perils will at
tend It. ,
Women should avoid untie.. es
sary kctlvttlea while this rule of the
stars pre Valla. IMsappotntinenta es
pecially In ambition or benefits de
pending on men, are Indicated,
It Is n most Unfavorable plane
tary government for asking the
support of efther men or women in
any largo enterprise. Poltttl al af
fair have not a aat lef act ory aspect.
While the configuration bodes III
for women in their usual Interests
I It Is especially menacing for those
I who seek political honors.
Warning I given that a woman
I of the west will net her hopen on
II high office Oflly to bo deceived
and beaten by dever men of her
Mercury and Neptune seetn to
forecast Intrigue and duplicity on
i the part of a foreign power.
SI tt. lor and libel again are fore
I told ns likely to bo exceedingly
There Is a most sinister sign re.
baling ta coal mining and trouble
seem to bk brewing among em
ploye. Persons whose Llrthdate It la
may have a year of up and down.
Those who are employed should bo
Children born on Ibis day may
hne careers that, hting many v.
lissltudes. Travel and excitement
scorn to be foretold.
KNOW 11,1,1-:. T.mn , July .
Mis Annie Hock of l.os Angeles, for
nierly an equal auffiaKe leader. In a
b tter to W, K. Anderson, representa
tive In the lower house of the Ten
nessee leglMutiit c, urges him "not"
to support ratification of tho suf-tj
frago amendment. Suffrage, elie
say, contai ns and cheapens Woman.
She expresses her regret at her for
mer activity In Itn behalf, saying
that since suffrage has been granted
there has been an alarming increase
ln Immorality, divorce and murder
Now KoxlOkn 1'piislng.
ItBXICO I ' IT Y, July 9 General
lAgkra has stated an uprising In the
state of San Lull Potoai, according
to announcement by tho War office
today. It la added that, as the
b Hder has only loO, the movement
is not considered important.
(Lb JUU. o
417 South Main St.
A. J. Cripe, Manager