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Ardmort, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1910
DY MARY GYNN WHITEMAN
So many women arc dragginK out
weary lives just because their diges
tive organs arc weak. The result is
poor circulation, nervousness and the
verge of invalidism. It is often very
unnecessary and the woman's own
, Tlio first tiling to do is to look to the
welfare nr oiir bowels. Tliort- the. trou
lile usually llc. All MiyMclan know
I that n laiRO nercrntAsn of women nro
hntiltuntly conitlpatt-tl, mid from (lilt rr-
suit liullKOstiun, ilos. wcnilncsn. etc..
it ji n n n
'.1 TOMORROW'S CALENDAR
tt a 8 St K tt M' reticats, and it was H.iiit of him that. (; ,ntnntlv t-ompinin of.
'. . i, i... " . ",.,".,u umi imn inraio rem- fr...u.i.k innn n.. n . ruin
lie never incetl an enemy u no ruios" nmi iiuiiks of that kind until you uM7"U" uuimu
could help it. The fact in that his , ywuM iCUW. XSl
tt policy was ii run away so fast that i fwilnrly once or twice n .lay nil your
Christian Circles at church, tt , In time he would eat-ii up with ; tnim inxntu-o tonic lik.i Vr c.il.lwMi'
First Ward Mother' Club tt I thu enemy's rear, and take hl.n by nnYwff
at school. tt
Second Ward Mothers' Club tt ! looking for him In front. then your licntlnchcs and tUzzlncni will
if u'.,,i,ii i,.l llvi.i'il nil imw u r. i'"-r- ,. 1 aKo mronir cnmartic
If Washington Iliul lletl till now pills or salts, but Junt such a mild and
K-.tiuuti-tupiinK (cuu-uy us ur. waiuweiri
it t: tt tt tt tt tt tt U tt tt tt tt
ho would be one hundred and scv" , EyTuDPeosin'
entveicht vears old. u remarkable Tou can obtain n lmttl nf vnnr ,lmr
rim- of loiicevltv conslderlnc the "Ifi for fifty rtnts or one dollar, and
caw oi lougcwi, t.uiiMiiLriut, un f)tn(,r gze fnajp n cn0U(.n t0 perma.
laborious character ci ins
nubile nently euro you. Tliouftnndi of women
1 1 I iiHiiiiitiy in iiiu Illiusc Jinil Will
High over nil whom might or mind . service. It Is doubtful If nny mod- no longer te without it. ns It cured them
made ureal. ' cm statesman could show .such mar- Jmffr T0 Ar'&V&l
VleltHng the conqueror's crown to I velous powers of endurance. ' JSST nfco'theiw of" Mm" BilTflT
harder hearts: i Washington's occupation was the cox. 409 Twentv-nftli !.treet. Mot I no. III.!
. . i ii. i i . - ' .l..nl.l,i m ,t nrviivnr -mil nlniter I a,ui 5,rs- Kl,n furcati, Munclc, Intl., and
Kxalted not by politician' nits, , uonuio one or sunoior .inu l"ii"". ..nd to nr. Cnldwell for a fren trial hot
Yet -with a will to meet and master each of which served him in jrcod tlo. n-t they did. mid learn for yourself
ill wun a win in mt t i nun iii.mit i what It will do In your own case. That
fato, stead as a leader tif the revolution, jit will cure you. ns It did them, thero Ii
And skill to rule u vming. divided U wa. a guiding principle with him
j11 Dr.Cali1wp iierjnnnllv will bo pleased
jirnt to survey tue enemy anil men v f" "" ' nnvitu yun may
Greater by what wns not than what to plant him at the earliest possible
n-as done, ' moment. Harper s Weekly.
Alone on history's height stands ' tt
"Washlncton. ' UurltiK a Friday afternoon lecture
on history in a Baltimore education
And teeming time shall not briiiR ! ' Institution the Instructor had rIv-
forth his mate,
l'T only he, of men, on earth was
In all the m'ht of mind's Integrity;
'NVor as In him, truth, strength and
And that his
A trundles country In his monu
ment, A mighty nation his posterity.
Hlcbard Grant Write.
'WaHhlngton's birthday will be a
ery busy day socially,
(Continued from yesterday)
c ......... I -t n.AjM. r 1. . .
. - -- 1 " ...... . a, UUI M ui ricbiu U UllflUlCll.
Hurnrlse at that no nt while he was MronRcr. your towels will regulate them. ',.,,,
oiiijiimi .iv tuiih I nrlvpa nini u-nrb .i..t.1 .lM.. Mfa. f V 1 liliiruhnu fnrnirtf mirvufit In
the Monk family, Is found deud,
n hatpin piercing her he.irt and
her glass eje mlsslug The eye
is supposed to contain u clue to
the hiding place of u treasure
worth 30.000 pounds, bequeathed
by Gabriel Monk to hi. niece,
Gertrude. Cyrus Vance, u Loudon
playwright, fulls in lovo with
Miss Monk's photograph. He found
Mrs. Caldershaw's body, nnd nt
the tlinu his motor car was taken
by a woman woarlui; n white
cloak. Ho finds the loak In n
field where his car had been
deserted. It bears the Initials '('
M." Ho conceals It. Joseph Strl
ver. Mrs. Calderslifiw's nephew
nnd heir, a gardener a the Monks, .
avows his 'ovo for Miss Monk.
Vance meets Gertrude ami they bo-
comu friends. He meets her father,
n dapper, selfish little man. who i
lives mainly in Ixmib n. Vance !
(llsiK)ViMH a glass eye on a table '
In the Monk drawing room. A
short time Inter it has dUtppenrod
again. Miss Destiny accuses her
niece of having killed Mrs. ('alder
shaw mid stealing the glass eye.
Miss Monk tells Vance that the
treasure consists of 30,00o pounds
worth of diamonds. Her uncle en
trusted a cipher key to Mm. Cal-1
dershaw, who strove to make Ger
trude's marriage to her nephew n
condition cr its sui render. IGer-
tiude admits the white cloak Is
hers, but says It wst taken by
another. She confesses she loves
dfMrc for yourelf or family pertaining to
the Momarb, liver or ImiwcIb nbnhitely
free of charge. Kxplaln your rnm In n
letter and be will reply to vou In detail.
FVir the free Kimple Klmply send our
name and nddreas on n postal rnrd or
otberwlite For either reinet the doctor"
addreKH lit Or, W. 11. Caldwell, It. 511 Cald
well bulldlnu, Montlccllo, III.
mothers should lit; present. Visitors
are always welcome.
"In the morning sow thy seed,
and In the evening withhold not i
. thine hand."
en a lengthy disquisition cn tlio
character of George Washington, In
cldeiiuilly touching upon his work
as the organizer of the Revolution.
"Now," nsked the Instructor,
George Washington were alive to-
ulorv mlirht eternal (la Mlat practical part do yen think
he would play in present day ioH-1 ovents.
tics, Judging from the past?" A pro-, "nn" M0I'
lonced silence on the nart of the Agriculture
pupils followed this. Finally, howev-1 l,r:,s
. er. one lad saw a way out. 'Sir. he I Importance r t Agricultuit
(queried, "wouldn't he In- too old?" j Drfr-
, h j I'msress Kffle Gulnn.
, Hearing the head cf George Wash- j Correlation with Homo Work Al
iimton. u new five-cent niece has , P'tcus Illnger.
to roll call current i
-lrs. A. W. Hoper. '
-I-ader, Miss Iluth ,
entertnln-1 been prepared nt the United States 1
Mrs. 0. M. mint In Philadelphia, and Its adop-
The little folks will bi
ed 'this attemoon nt
Kedfleld's, when Margaret, .laeV. and j tlon in place of the present live
Florence Kedfleld will give their i cent piece is now being considered
annual party. by the officials in Washington. Dm--
llnl tin. ! Inir tlii. llfetliuit of ftiMiri-e W-.ish-
gn.ts have been asked to come en lngton he refused to allow his nUo. lchen nt Fain. Ib-acb. told a (leorge
: . .. Washington story.
"A teacher," lie began, "was con-
Se!cction Nettle Butcher.
Work Actually Accomplished Har
The Boy Critic.
It lc hard Croker, nt an open-air
Mrs. Arthur Straehley
ncss to appear tipcu a coin, declar-1
asked i lug il to be a nionarchlnl custom.
several friends to upend the after- If the new coin Is adopted It will (
noon with her at her home on G I he the flist u authorized clrcula-1
ducting a lesvou in history.
" 'Tommy Jones,' she said,
"""" ';' - , . , 7 " 7 , V",hn 'was there about Georeg Washington
ktToet southwest and doubtless, otb- tiou to bear the head of the father, ..... ..,. , , . ,
er festivities will be reported before i of his country.
the dav clones. tt
v- al- Ladies of the Leaf.
Note for Washington's Birthday. The l.adlo.s of the Leaf spent a
George Washington was the Fnth-, very pleasant aitenioou with Mrs. .
er of his Country and jlrltannla , John Dexter on yesterday, when (
was Its mother, but they were dl- i the htudy of Thaekery's "Vanity
vorced early In life for Incompatl- i Fair" was begun,
btllty of temrM'rnment, and the Roll call was answered
court awarded the custody of the Impressions ol the book,
child to the father. .Airs. Turner was loader
which distinguished 1 1 Lit l from n.l
was the prompt
The real truth about the cherry j ing too ill to be present, sent her
tree episode In Washington's career , paper, which was lead by .Mrs. Dex
was that after thu lad had cut the ter.
tree down with his little hatchet,
hls father forgave him for telling
the truth, but walloped him hard
for net conserving the naturnl re
sources of his country
It Is Interesting to mite that If
Washington had been elected to the
' other Amerlcnns?'
"He didn't He.
Sixth Grade Oratorical Contest.
The Sixth Grade of the Third Ward
ot which .Miss Kate Gah. is instruc
tress, had quite an Interesting ora
torical contest on uiterday afternoon
with Mr .F.vans, Mr. Hodges mil
Miss Ma,. I.owdeu as Judges.
The participants represented the
choicest oratorical powers In the
room three boys and one girl. All
the contestants acquitted themselves
with much credit, but the judges de
cided that William Townsccd Ffelfter
; possessed more merit than the oth
t ers ant presented hlni with the prlzo
presidency by a vote of the pcoplo,
liis popular majority would proba
bly have been as large ns that of
Mayor Gaynor of New York.
Washington's great love for the
truth Is one of the noblest charac-
The introduction to the lwok was
very happily given In Mrs. Tur
Ml.is Jeanette Moare very beaut
ifully phoed a piano solo.
.ur. iv i-.. i.umoi sang a io. j a beautifully bound volume of Whit
with the attentive and appreciative j tier's poems,
audienc" that her songs merit, and '-Mt! nro;vani was:
was warmly applauded. n0bert R. 1 Miss Thelma Ham-
The historical time of the play, K,,y
the principle characters and how re- Abraham Uucoln Kverct Krueger.
lnted, was discussed in class. i (jt.rB0 Washington William I'feif-
.Mrs. Morris SaHS read an excel-, xvr.
taristlcs of n noble nature, hut just , lent paper on .Miss linkerton's 1 Companion of the Three Great
the same we must remember that school, which was regarded as a ! Men William Ringer,
he lived In days when newspaper type cr the day, 1 tx
Interviewers were few anil far be-' The three family groups the Sed-. Here and There.
tween, and that he never took any leys, Asbornos and Crowieys were
particular Interest In fishing. discussed in class.
There were several reasons why The qpystlon of next year's work
the Father of his Country did not Interesting feature of the program,
desire a third term as president, The qpejtion of next year's work
.'nit there is some reason to believe was discussed In class, to be de
that the compelling reason with him ' tided at next meeting,
was that he was superstitious about The club meets Monday week with
The circles of the Christian church
will meet at the church la their regu
lar monthly business session. A full
attendance of the membership Is asked.
George the .Mrs. Moran Scott.
The Red Men will celebrate this
evening with a big ball at their hall.
Dr. and Mrs. Jackson are guests of
Dr. and Mrs. McKenney. They are
looking for a suitable house and will
make Ardmore their home.
being referred to
"Washington's business JudRinent First Ward Mothers' Club,
was of sterling quality. He would The First Ward Mothere' Club will
not permit his portrait to be stamp meet at the Franklin school build-
ed upon the face of any of the coins , Ing on Wednesday at :S;.tO o'clock, i
of the young republic, nor his an- Springtime mid gardening being Mrs -Mi,rk Klrkpatrick has return
tograph to be placed on the hack of ' so near at nand, mused Miss llras c'd from ft Pli'ntnnt vlst to her parents
it notes. to prepare a mot practical and j nt 0,rvl"' Oklahoma.
rne great revolutionary general instructive piogiain jor tne niter
has been criticized for his masterly noon, to winch all our members and
Who Took the Eye?
"Who Is GIUm?"
"He Is a man who lives In MoJt
ley, and he caught mo In the back
room with Mrs. Caldershaw's dead
body. He came over to set Sttlver
about the lease of the corner shop,
and was In the garden of Thu Lodne.
i wonduied if he might have ptacM
the glass eye on the table."
"Why should he? Dees he Know
anything of tlio secret?"
"I don't think so, nnd Indeed he
Is an honest man, who would not
harm any one, my dear. 1 don't
think Gl'es bad the eye. Then! Strl
"Oh. Cyrus, In did not go to .Moot
ley until the funeral. Do ycu sus
pect him?' '
"Not of the murder. Hut it is
Just possible that the eye wr.s not
taken by the assassin and that
Strlvcr lound It when ho was In
the shop hunting amongst the
papers of his late aunt."
"That Is a new Idea, since you
some determine for themselves is
Roproof incroabes the wisdom of
the wise; hut Is received with con
tempt by the foolish.
Stand for the truth, live In tlio
truth, die in the truth. From
the llrst It was decreed, those
false lu thought are fnlse In
deed. 'Tis sad the maskers do not
know- the dress assumed oon all
must know; the tragedy they play
In life only end in horrid strife.
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Never was a corset so delightfully
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The new "Handlet" is the fea
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The Handle!, which is semi
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abdomen and internal organs,
allowing extreme reduction of
upper limbs as well as back, hips
and abdomen. And it simpl.
won't let the front steels stick
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It's a WONDER
There are now in the Nemo
FIFTEEN DIFFERENT MODELS
Five styles at $3.00. Threu styles at
$4.00. Five styles at $5.00. One su
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and tine luxurious style (equal to the
best niade-to.onler corset you can buy
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When all vomcn know about Nemo
Corsets, there will be u very small
market for other makes.
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To buy on a GUESS or
To !uy on g HOPZ or
on a GUARANTEE?
on (i CERTAINTY?
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ASK YOUK OKOCF.K.
THE REILY-TAYLOR CO., NEV!?.lAK.ANb
(Miss Gladys Torhett of Ada IB
visiting her aunt, .Mrs. Bert Foster,
TO BE JUST WE MUST BE TRUE.
Today's brave suffcr'nK becom-i
tomorrow's pleasant mummy.
The river needs every drop of 1U
water, the sun every beam of its
light; mid the world needs the pres
ence and Influence of every so.il In
It, Whatever we owe to God, what
ever we owe to man, must be set'lt-d
si niehow, Homewhero.
Money Is but Insurance ngalnu the
future want of somo possession. Kach
must decide for himself what tho
premium will be. Tho rate which
But that is not the
only reason why you
should use Ivory Soap
for the bath.
Other reasons are: It
lathers freely; rinses
quickly and leaves the
skin cool, clean and
smooth as satin.
For all purposes that involve
the use of a bettur-than-ordi-nary
soap, Ivory Soap is without
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awl"twB,'? .... 1
have always believed that the mur
der was committed for the sale of
"I don't knew- what to believe.' 1
said wearily, passing my hand
across my forehead. "Still some one
must have placed the eye on the
table, and why not Strlvcr who
was working in tho garden?"
"1 don't see supposing your the
ory of the murder Is true how he
ccu'd have got possession of the
eye. It. might be another one."
"I don't think so, Gertrude, for
In tho concave' of the eye I saw a
niece of white metal silver, I fan
cy. On that, T truly believe, the hid
ing place of the diamonds Is Indi
cated." "Hut If Joseph hath the eye." she
persisted, "although I do not see
how he could have get It, he would
use It to find the diamonds, and
'bus would not have placed It on
"You forget," I said quickly, "that
the hiding place of the eye Is. Indi
cated In cipher, nccordlng to Mrs.
f!aldershaw. Joseph might have
found tho eye In the comer house
I d n't accuse him of the murder
mil, being unable to read the cipher,
night have placed the eye on the
table to Implicate you."
"Why should he, when he says
'hat he loves lile?"
"For that very reason. He is Jeal
our of me, and knows that you will
never marry him. If by Implicating
you he could secure your arrest,
and then could save you by con
fessing that he found tho eyu and
p'aced It on the table, he might
think you would marry hlin out of
"Oh, the Idea Is absurd," said Gor
tiude petulantly. "It's such a round
about way of going to work. Let us
"No," I said cautiously; "after all,
what I say s merely thusretlcal. If
Joseph did not place the eye on
the table, It Is no use our letting
him know that It was there."
"Thon you don't think he "
"I can't say whin I think; as I
said before," I muttered, rUIng to
pare tlio room, "If I were n born
d-tectlve I mlgnt unravel this mys
tery. As it U I enn't see my way to
"If tho truth Is never known," re
marked Gertrude, after a pause,
' what d C8 It matter?"
"This much. Vou will ulways be In
danger of being denounced by your
"Not If I give her half tho fifty
thousand pounds." your servant?"
"Quito so, my dear, but there "Kllza? Oh yes, sho has been with
again, the truth must be discovered, ( us for years. Sho could not have
as you can't gain misscsbIoii of thu placed the eye on tho drawing room
money otherwise. Can you trnst (Continued on pnp.p sli)
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