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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1020
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wlHNM Ii.,.. f.ulililH my liut
or tramWi al Uii vntctoui hand
Thul wIpi'A uwuy my laatBt
Ti-.i. i. im thy aay. i l.nitl, it ii.l I.-. ni mi III a
liluln Ii r ITlll
WImIim Ii ii. nv MUatJ In lUn lit nf tiimmtr.
TlniiniiH MiiiaIiuII aftir itntvlnii lit h'rlaro mill
mrliiK linw Hi.- pi .'Nlilt-iil Ii ch.-iTi',! anil fol-
uwiiii by tin- aaaambtlng Ii.ihin uf dtmooraay,
HMtad mi HlUiMtnm in wiiich in- umewaai
lila r.'fnial to acc-pt u prmliLntlal nnmlnatlun
f ti'iiilrr.'il am) lila ipUi inlrmtlnri l rattrfj frnin
iiuittii-a. it Iihh lang baan .mi- aanaiatlon utut
R'lliiinaa MuihIiiiII la nnn of tin- alilaal leitilora
tli-niui-Tury haa.
lli'iiniitny In public nxprnilltiirra la tha rrylnf
li.-.'.l nf till In. nr. Nor In till, un utntract pr.ipo
Itlmi. It raaani mnny In tin ititinlrlinit i.x-
aa4ttvraa Juat ua nttOh H In riHtltinal at atata
pxpi'iiilltiirfa. our kiv..'I uumut la fur too ib-
i. ni.' mmh liayun.l It.a -i fl. l.-m In Ita
t'hui.l ami aataiwui'lta xiiiiialufi Tulait liaa a
iruiiiMin laid out that almulil .-in- igr ita attnn
kluti fully for a oanatdaralil li'natlt uf llin"
rdAttlonaJ ii. ill pun-haai'H ur uthr-r u n n ar.'ami ry
iimliu tnklfiKa ultnuld await tin- (.umpli'tlnu (if
IhcHi. two vuallv iinpurtant projni'ta.
I'll: HIi'N MtllllAli IIINTfrXT.
That lh,' proapta fur ri'iiuhllcan bucckhh In
Ihf. (Jklahiuna n-n ilmlal t'uiupalail ur, ttnuaually
InvtUaa ii attaatad h tii" f.n-i that alitaan
au llilatii havt flltd fur llt primary. Within
faaaiinaWa Uma it win ba tin- piuaur uf MM
1,1 tu kIm' ili njiiii.ii nf tin-Hi. grntleinr.it.
ni the iiirpi..i.- wf tli., i.hai'rvatloiia that la
hot ticornaary.
Tkara in mata than a ntafa Bfjkttai abanaa
In i-li'.-t ;, 1 1 . u ! i ! '. ' a n Ni'iiattir frnin llila Ktjtt i.
iAuil that wuultl he an athli'vetiivut vary much
borth w-hll'V It would favorably ailMTtlaa
pklaboma a atata nut of tin. ni.iiii H.uith,
i. i d latino! aaaal to any eotnaioiiwaaltli aloas
?t hi? bordaftand of that aaattvaj Boiortoaaly rulad
by ita prajudlaaa rathar than dlraatai by ita
whi'i-r n.-rvailllr-r.
i',,r thin laaaaa rapuhlloao ,,tl.ra aboold
. - 'i unC'ii.. J'Mt rlmlluilliin In rajttlnK thrlr
baDota m the approaatilaa prlaaaay Bffort
Bboold I"' in -tile ti patant Pal aluno the imllvliluul
nap. , hie ..f iuilili.it the alrnitRrat raw In thi' fall
UApalTOi but 'hal ..tie whli It wiitilil brlnif tii
iiif -ii. ii.-, if eU'.-uii, hoaorabl m4 aapabit
par he.
'I'll.- World liai mi Inientu.n i.f arlei'tlmr, a
Sandldata In tin prlatray front th flehl riinuliiK
rl'ltil wnill.l he unfair. l-'nr iheri art nun. I
turn In plenty In llila raOO. men who w.tulit fill
acci I'tahly the uffti-e ih- aeek. Hut It feela
tbundantll lualifii-'l In akin..- i ,-pulilU-aun
Jrvervwhere to vote for u aenaturlLtl .ainlnl.tie
Jthat villi itfaatTthen and nut weaken thn paity
flu the Henate aftar ho la oloetiHl.
ptoffavar hnpelPKM thr oontrat may m-i-m at
1Mb lime there are poaatblltUaa that ahould
rho Klven eai-.-ful eonahleratlnn. It haa boett
frequently in '.n.-.l that Hi-nator Ooro'a nonil-
njtlluu In AuyiiHt un-ana hla . lei-tlmt In Novmnher
Renator (.ore la popular wllh many republlcana,
I la true, but lln ie hanna over hla ,-amiali;ti
certain rnntlngenolea that may yet encotupaaa
jliiM defeat f"i tl"- nanlnaUPR or emtinrnaa him
IrJIaaatroualy lit hla eumialKt, l( nominated.
Senator Oor, ujii lh nominee of hla party,
ranui.t run on, Uta platform that we feel aure
will bo i-onHtructed at Sjin l-'ranclaoo. Nor ran
ffta remain out of tin, fall campalun W do
lot know what hla plarm may bo. but we can
pea eniharatwutt'itt fur hloi whli-h ever way the
tie full". If Wllaon anfl Wllannlnni win at
(Trlnco. and that we think la certain, then the
'Ooro candidacy In Oklahoma mu.-t reat on tltr
popularity of the individual, for It out have no
klVpaaJ to tha party. The IokIq of politic 1 a
terrlflo forco, opinion to the contrary. And
when rubbur alamp atutemunhlUp hi given the
approval of the, national party the FitrrU can
didacy booomoa the lotrlcal candidacy.
With thla a fact there will remain more than
tACU( iUy at Uiu priiUiiry cumj-tlim tl v. !.' :i
Inglr ran lie driven hMM with paaataM dlaaa
Iron effert on the liurr ( a lidlda ry.
Hill nuppi.au that (lure win the nomination
In aplte of lorle. then what Ilia flrat duly
will be tn the MttOftAl in In I IfoH run he
defend that and atlli nek hla own alaetlonf
Here In lite oppni lllnll y fur n (liali, iripalil.'
and prorrraalvi- repnlillinn Tha MttamaM be
fween the flnte-l.'errl faellima grow apaai
In aiich n ppitttri nf affair It la nut only Ibe
privilege of the nppo.,ng party to take ndvuntnKr
of the altu.itlnn, It la II duly In offer a randl
date that I an gOCntptAbll ranrluary
In addition In on thla, thl la a n-pnliHi i n
year. The cry I "hai k lo the rrpuhlli " And
it la . deuuind tb, ,t i.i.iv tin rapoblloan parly
fiunkly I'linfcaara Ita drirTinlnatlon to lu-ed
lt HMM rare In r.,.,ed In aeleillng
the ertatoriai aawdldat fur the rapublloaa
tirket Huih randiiite baa an gaitallanl rhanoa
of lieroinlng Oklahnmn repri lentatlve In Ihe
nenate
fJOKBTflCCtrtVl I lion I nii I NftAfi Y ,
It la Ihe genlua nf Ami-rli- in rm - iiiiiipiiI that
It I a government hv partlr Whatever the
future may hold In alm-e In the way of new
political Bllgrimrnt (and wr nr.. of Ihnar who
tlilnk that a n'w polltlaal allgnmenl la BOITt
lug of the cotirae of An,.-' I- . n aatltfl la not
thwarted by acchb-nl nf nnmln.-it lun pf drvel
opmenll, at Ihe pic' i.l time the ciM.i-n. lo be
an effective farlor, muai affiliate wl'b cither Ihe
rapabltaaa or famoaratl. party.
frltlier pffofdl perfect Mancliiary, but comca
tieare! ,he dralred end of all pffrgajlbjatloni ei
lunl. For ihl iiuh.iii a very giave reapnttal
tliny rent on the republican v.. li ra nf Okla
homa. Titer I a trcnn'rulniia dlaaatlafactloll
wiih mid opposition tn tin- aatatlrifl ordar nf guv-
ernmenf under ilcmnrratlc adrnlLttratloil, It
I ineviiabie thai the dtafatlaflad onag ahould
turn lo the natural oppoaltlon fat fallal And
Jiial a Inevltablv the natural oppoaltlmt mual
aeek lo acromitinilafe tbeae Npl.-mlid oltlaaiM
who aeek their enuntry'i good In every way
poanlhlo.
The time wr are pagalllf thrOUgb are haa
pan. a n than uanai I'm a hyphen haa antarad
our ilomeatlc affalra, the bviihi-n Hint atanda
batwaan an .atari natloaallant ami an Impoa
Mlhlc ant render nf American nvcrln,mty to In
ternatlonallam The republican pin ty mnrcttea
forward nana hypbena of all klmlH II l. ih
Ainerlcan parly. It occuplea the only tlff
riiuiu.i on the greatest laaua of the moment -the
ppaaii vatloti of Amcri.-,n Inatlttittona for
paatarity M they were handed na by utir an
neal or
To audi griiuml will fhe-k the patftatf nf all
pari lea And becnltae of tttla IggUt Oklahoma
doe In fact become debatable territory. Thrrr
fore the republican party of OkhUtOBM face
AomrlhtnK morn than an otiporlunlly; It la
tinder a aolenin uliUg'tltou.
It la iinfiirtiinnti. that Ita great opportunity
find lla ntKautiutlun lea gttraotWa ntul In
aplrlng than It would wlah; hut the parly aa a
whole ta not to be either charircd with thai rt
aponlhlllly nor dbloradltad In i mac nf It It la
mi linn. le that the office of national OommltaM
man, correctly undr(oiid ami exevulcd, haa
little to do wlllt party affalra within ihc atnte
And In urging all thoag who find thernaclvea.
for any rraaott, out of gytnpathy with demo
cratic atfalra, to give ahttwahuiUa nrppart to
the rapabllean Uakal and platform, Tin, world
doea nut nak that one Iota of i.pp.nllt Ion to the
national oommttiaamaa he ylalded, it Himpiy
aaka that Ihe alate orgunlxitllnn be given the
Upporl It la antltlad to. ami that the national
oommlttaaman be lafi outaUla nf be raokontni
In Ihe conduct of affalra within Ihc Itatl
siaie ohalrman Barria la antltlad to the ac
tive lUppOrl of all republlcani In hla effort to
aaoompllak thing f,.r the battarmanl of tha
public eervlce In Oklahoma, tn mine the al.in.l
ani nf rapraatntatlon nf ihe tat at Waahlnc-
ton We make thla etatement advlmnllv There
haa recently conic Into being a woman m '." ttofi
of the alate omalaallan The Indie In charge
of thl are tapabta. enthnalaatlc and vIhM.hii
Tiny are not willing lo be lumighi In OOnUOt
with nor he put under the domination of the
national oommlttaaman
Here then I the eont rlictlve path that re
PUbUoana Hlmuld lake that will enable thorn to
Invite lUpporl front those disaffected d, urn
crat a hO era 10 e.M-riiac Un ir cnnal II ul Imial
prlvllcgea nf ntlng with the oppoaltlon for Iht
purpoae nf Improving Ihe ,lll,llc acivlce
lot thl line i, drawn bttwei n tin' national
i-oiiimllleenian and hla purpoaag OUtalda the
elate, and Hie alate organ I latino that haa a rlRht
lo the liberal and active aupport of all.
After outdoing anything, even Mlaataalppl
ever accomillah. d In the way of mob law dem-
aaat ration iiuimh, btlnnaaota, ha qulatty ra
turned to lla usual vncatlot In time It will
become appuient to all that the cauae of ntob
luw breed mob law north aa well as smith.
im iio UfO nt-; sthim. or risii
I Copy right, 1880, hv ICdgat A (lu't
Horn I Oman with a ailing of fiah,
A harern.it hoy With t fTtoklad face
And a grin aa wide aa a king nilnhi wlah:
Home he come from hi favmiic place
Triumphantly trudging the village t t.
KnvlciV by all he may chance i" meet.
"Bay there, Buddy!" an old man arias,
"l-fa have a look at the fiah you munht!
There'a two or three of a decent Bfa;
I'll bet there wua fun In the way tin y
fought
(live you much trouble? I'll bet they did;
Well, yjti aurely ate a lucky kid!"
Home he trudge and well he know
That all eye follow him down the street;
Home will atop hint wherever he goes,
The rlchoM man he may chauc i" met
Will look at him with a wistful eye
And envy him a he inarche by
For he ha been where the air wa pine.
Where no one battled for gold or fame.
He ha lived a day where hla Joy was sine.
And come with the trophic thai all would
claim ;
And each of ua now, could we have nur wish,
Would be a boy with a airing of fiah.
Oklahoma Outburst
in t.i m i '
Mr Hentti call Tulaa "wild and wooly."
Ami Tttlan know that H"ittl ha M n hla
Voli e.
Itrlatnw haa been asked ta provide lounging
I., in In , ob gat On we I 00 Main atre.-t for the
apoonera
Mr. Bl Wall aeenta In have filled the vo.d made
In Na York when Marry Thaw removed stun
ford While
Mi Mi Adoo aeetri to he laboring under the
Imprcanlnn that a presidential randldain haa to
pay hi own Mp.-hi.
Our WlaWuglaph aaya that aomrtlmr during
the week b. ginning lun" II K,m l-'ialiclai o will
raaaiva Ita first sin,, k lnce Ihe quake in 190
Mr carvM ion'l mind Iha bom hi aa much a
be dOOfl the hi of III ieerve lock of bnoie.
Ilia ai-naltlve throai d'-nianda that aort of a'lmu
lent.
Thn girl on H nilh Main earn alte haa ana
p., i. led work on thai bathing suit dictated
by her OaMblanea unill tha weather i-haiige to
full and warmer.
Abaat an that ha i.een definitely datarmlnad
in the efforta to olaaf Ug the myatery of the kill
log nf i;iwel, the gay New Vnrk aportaman, la
that be wore a wig and falae teeth.
On thing which I worrying Oklahoma
democracy I whether It wa Senator flora or
ajeotl Bar rig who convinced BlinOa r'reellng
thai Ida duly lay alniiK Ihe boundary line be
tween Teia ami Oklahoma,
Bamntter of Public Opinion
It.tort
You've Nurely rend the poem,
'Bool the old H'uith I'tlsco rnr;
I'm going, now, lo give you one
That la hnter till, by far.
Hut II lan't about Houlli 1'rlnoo-
Alt' Consider that a lark;
When you Irani to get a rough rld.
Crawl aboard the Owen Park.
It run from out In Hclhicw way
To the other lde of town,
An. I ne'er ee a peron on It
Wiih i tmll they always frown.
Hill they've, ;l cause In frown I'll en
'Canaa I think there' nothing wot t
Than a ride through tnwn mi the Owen I'ark,
Unlaaa It'a a rldt In a hi-arae.
They head atralghl watt from Third ami Main
To tin- Third Itreat viaduct.
And dnwn Hie hill at forty per
Alt' the naaaagarn run amuck.
Thar hold their breath and live in fear
'Till Hi mofortnan acta Ihe hrakra.
Then ihey a.ttle back and breath wiih eae
Ami lh old car ahiVOri and iiuakea
Ami the guv whn bull! the Hnuth l-'rlsco
Had seniority on Noah, eh?
W ell he bad nothing on (be good old man
Who built the car that goe Owen i'ark way.
Why the guy that hunt the Owen park car
Was ancient, anll'iue Ah! forlorn
He waa only a hundred and eight year old
The huiihi year that old Noah w-u born.
I have told you now, Jtit a, wee, little hit
of the raffaring we have to bear;
The Insurance ratei are very high
Bor Hie onat who ride Monl there "
And llalen; You run ndvertiae till tnwn
In a better way, by far.
Than hv taking un innocent homaaaakar
Bar a ride on the Owen I'ark cur
ny (ink who Burrattft
.tunc 19, T 920.
II. im .- H ill
BdltOr World I want to call vour attention
to what I hrllsve to he tine of the-greateat of
avila In our fair city It ta the public dance Italia.
It la the breeding ptaoa of prostitution. Many
young girl, a well aa married woman, go to
destination, They become so enamored they
allow the moat OOntORintlbiO men to encircle
their waist and whirl them around, with their
vile mouttia up to their rare, breathing Impure
thought to their Intoxication, The next slip Is
i itloo then tn ihc low down rooming houae,
Qlrla ami married eomon slip away frum their
homes and remain nut until daylight, then go
home and defy I heir parent or husbands. I
klmw thl to be tl as.-. Oil. in. I. Is there no
hODO for the WidOW'a Htm ami daUghtOTa, llear
clttiir, take these note from one who known,
ami may Qod guide you in panning an article tn
ie publlahed in your paper, I would suggest
tin p, ,,-,',, t,e watched and married women and
glrla be sent hotne. ANON.
Tulaa. June id, 11120.
Wild Weal slHm.
Bdltor World I In your Issue nf Sunday the
10th I notice the robbery of n grocery tore anil
flu- capture of the youthful offender, tn my
humble opinion the oattaa nf this and many inure
nf a like character is the picture show. Now I
tin not mean lo any that all pictures are rotten,
f ir from it. for i attend the simwa ami like soma
of them very well
Hut what I .In any la that audi picture as Al
Jennlnge, llrnry Starr and others pal on are a
disgrace to any civilised community and the hoy
win, see them Imagine Ihey ton can ,ln aj well aa
them. Here In Tulsa Just recently was a picture
ehown known a "The Baealngf the Oklahoma
putlawa" which was not fit for any one to see.
.lust what effect am h picture have on hoy la
nut known until such an occurrance take place
like that on Saturday
On Ihe race nf thing It luoka aa though It
was an honor far a man tn rob a hank or hold
up a train, go to the penitentiary for n short
win'' gel pardoned, ami then make picture to
he shown to an unoffending public. And the
youngatari look at the matter Juat that way.
Mr Bdltor, we may differ aa lo religion and
politics and auch like, but aa to what concern
the common people we are agreed If we only
look it ihe matter tight. I ay atop auch traah
at the Corporation line and do not let It rnntsm-
Ittata Hie boy of Tuian.
Iteapecirullv an limit ted.
LAWRENCE simmi ins
Tu'aa. .lun JO, 190.
Gore end Baryta.
Bdltor World' I am encloalng herewith a
dipping from the Oklahontan of thl date head
ed, "Ferris' Talk listened to bv Opponent."
As a ha.' ami uia'il.ioua lolsntatruient nf facta
It is one of the moat despicable ever brought to
my attention in over t went y -seven year of newa
psper work.
It Is false In Ita entirely and unn,uetlnnahly
sent fnrth tn tnlalead the voter of thl Mtate.
I w is preaent at aald meeting, and give you
my wnrd of honor aa a cltlien and brother of tne
craft Thai the article In question la a damnnble
ami false pervaralan of the happenings
JanatOf Oore was not present when Mr. Ferris
WO speaking and at no time was he even within
listening dltance
Mr Ferris dodged every overture upon (he
part of Senator Unre and hi friend to persuade
hloi to debate Ihe Issues or even divide the lime.
Senator (lore al no (ime waa either dlfeeur
lenus to him or waa he in cnnveraatlon with hint
Scott Ferris . lodged every sttempt to bring
them together and (OUrTled to cover like a cot
tnntall. It Is olaajUattna 'o thlo't that a man running
for an high an office should atonp to the tactlca
of a ll.it- and blackleg and 1 nak you as the
editor Of Hie only paper of large rlrctilntlnn that
wtll even deign In publish a modicum of the real
facts ah,, nt Senator Oore's Campaign, either aa
news . paid matter, til publish (his letter over
my si gnat tire.
Ai to nil honesty an.l Integrity aa a newspaper
man 1 retcr you to Col Clarence 11. DoUglaJ of
your city.
Very truly,
Fit A Mi THOMPSON
lduhcl, Juno IS
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SOME HARDING ANECDOTES WE MAY EXPECT
l' ,, -i.'. ' 10
Mri Myrt Appiftfala, wtko laniffht ai:Jiool al liltarrm
lnx Uro., Nl'irrow county, OMO, rrhiii an tntrwtlng
Med pn$h0UC aunvilnt! iilKiut tn. bnyho1 of Wattrrrn
H n t; - Wurron wnn a irood -neiAr aj&Jd,
"riiwayB putii fui at atrii'sfil. nvr tarcly, and aiwuyt
arrlvlnj pminp.ly nt 01 h'-fiyf nlna OM day IVaaVUt h
wl :,. trit.it tha anlKMi!nom I taniwl at blrn and tha
thouKM " i rama to m anfiifi day h will tm praal
dnt Of tsha t'ntv1 HtatfM " waa tVyrtr-tlT yrm
Mr'. tt avoTTia Juat Iliifi yaatarday.'
I'rof. ' vt.;. i. is inuueil. who oocupled th chair of
applied astronomy at the i ihlo Central cialsow at Ibsrta,
On from man urtll 1S9I. was Interviewed .( Ms beam
In Iberia, where h la living on a pension of t?v s month
as a reward for hla long and faithful service, "80
Wamiu has raan nominated' Well, wall! ft seems
Ilk It waa only ywstsrday whsn bs was In uiy otaaa
romn He was a bright boy, a hard worker, and full
of ambition One day I was talking; to mm of our
trusts and said, ' Do you ass that boy sitting over
thai biting his pencil 'e ' To,' says Iua said says I
' Wall I predict that soma day he'll be president.'
'Wall, I must be going.' asid Uis Crusts, 'a It look
like rain ' I remember that tt did rain that afternoon."
To Caleb Hula belong an interesting honor. Caie is
the town marahal at HI. mining Orovo, a position of
li-uat which hs lias held alnoe ISM. " Do I know
Warren Harding? Well. I ahould say I do He to the
only feller that ever gave m a licking We had a
fight ones when we went to school together, and War
ren sure did lay ins out. That boy wUl bs preal.lsnt
eome day. 1 thought as I rubbsd the places where ba
bit nts. II sure had s punch."
Margaret Garrett's
o. Tiusband
CHAPTBR r-.
"Whut in thi World mude you ao
lato? ' I utikoil, "It didn't tako you aM
thiM Um to Mil tho houfc-. did It?"
".No. not QUI tt, altho one c.m't Mil
a houBi tu a 'oi iitiir ilf.tr."
"What ol.so did yu do".'"
"Why 1 took nor up to Kon4o4rfl
tudio and ht kjvo u.s Hamu toa. 1
left thm looKiiift' ovop Hit? DIMIUb
oript of htr to w hook.
"I thOUfhl lo r honk had bOOO pttb
llnhotl." "OtiB hart! Thla la ant har, and
thl little 1 saw nf It. I tlilnk It bid
! you ho object that Wll enabled tt
. Mil that bounc today."
"I would rath r you didn't Hell tin
i houue," I replied, und I meant It
While I wa.s fund uf good living!
i llkrd a nit 1 hnme. and good ciutheM.
; i would willingly novo Uvud mora
1 eronomically if Bob w"ultl remain
i Willi me and give up hit, outside ac
i HUttintfUlCMi
How did you like MlM lUggO?'
' Hob aokodi i,iinK no atenMuu to tny
I iMl remark.
"She seemed very ordinary to me,
' like any other Rlrl of hor ae." I re
turned. Then Out auri 1 didn't want
! to seem UngnictOUi 1 added, "She a
very pretty."
"lOtt'l Hhe.' I Willi h" Mid John
WOUld take a notion to Oaoh other
he's too fine a tnan to remain a bach
elor "
"I don't awree with you. He nhould
j b u tachelor. He would make a
I woman vary unhappy with htaaporty
j frU-ndri and wrltem. All, or monl
fair tn h i.tn l'tti-r than her first
ono,'
"1 ihOUld think thnt you won hi
have boot) rOOrdy to OOQlt home In
Htr.id ii f K'dllB to ,lohn KiMol; ill's."
I w.iMt'd to Ni' John. 1 am writ
ing uti artUN' nii real entati- valuea
now a QOnnpOTOd to tt-OM iOma yearn
iK" and wNhi'd tn consult him.'
"You ai a writing a hnok ?" 1
Quodtodi ourpt ted
No ladood nothing aa amMtuoua
a.i that . John haa taken oVtr thi'
ICopoii Mnyitlnt. nnd Koookod mi to
writ an art hie on real rs:at "
"Oh dear. I MlppOM John Kendall
teBOOgflH hf WOttld Kive vu an v ttM
to spend your tlmn Wtth him! 1 Jo
wish t hey v oul I leaev yon FAlOOO.
You have your own tutn'aH. I wish
Ihey woul.i allow yuu to attend to
It."
"If wui thru thiw friendit to whnm
all of them undesirable utuuln
ann'N for married people."
Bob and I had several tllttt i
Wouldn't oal I them quarrel - hint e
Henry t 'rcedmore'a part. He had
not quite forglVOU tin- fur not mi.i,.
with htm; and 1 had not boon able
to forget that he U ft me alone; thai
ho had preferred their aotiety to
mine. And now he made no reply,
but ate hlH dinner In tllonOO
After dinner he figured for awhile
than reniarkiHl:
"Wa'll go to rittantla Olty Kattir-
day, and Stay until Monday night
Shall we take Donald, or will V'ui
mother eare for hloi."
" ib, ni other will take him." I
WOUld not even hava Iuni!d with us
on our out Inn;. 1 wmild have Hob
all to my.self. Murh aa 1 loved my
baby t knew he would tak or rather
keep, me from Hob part of the time
if I took him. 1
Abe Martin
The next two rtuya I planned for
i our aleni e. Mother would take
1 tha baby home with her: and Delia
i muld have a vacation until Monday
Hhe had been very faithful and
i really dej-erved a holiday,
Krlday night came. I had every
thlri? paOkOdt Wo were tn Ktart ver
i Mrly In the morn 1 nur Dlnnor had
been raady ini waiting f"r u hour
I
unit Htlil HO0 had neitht r Qom Home
nor telephnnetl T beran to be fright
ened Something deeadful mut
have happened. .luHt ae 1 wah about
to eaii up Tom Barton and aak him
what to do. tho telephone lang, and
Hob mi id:
"Don't expect tne home tonight,
Margaret! John Kendall Is til k and
i rthiii otay with hint"
' You will ooma up and holp with
the luggaga in the morning, won t
you? I asked after be had told me
that John'n mother had been aent
for
' reUKKaKe' what for, oh. we will
1 have lo call t he Atlantic fit y trip
i off. I wouldn't think of goln uwiy
iwilU Jviu. in thla eondttlOBa'1 atid
MOPM has OMnod a Aoft
drink an' h..ir tnnu- parlor. Th
ourty that Inut a p'tater on th' pub
lic oauora km rtoovtr th' oamt by
deitribtn' pmneriy at DUtit-off.ee
tta-mp window.
Br Ik (Thl-aso TrOmn, I
Xlncim Tart Frytmck, who haa hn tha rllla ., n
gvrilth of Hloofnlnc Orovn rHnoa tt aa only a
bltxHnlnjr ataVpUnt, r rniivrirwt WMTtn (I. HartUng vary
wall. " Yap," ha aAJd, " I knaw Warren var n-p-nra ha
waa born. (n day him and his pap druv up and tha
.it lie faltar lookitd rm hrlcht that I aai.1 to hla (ap. aiys
t. - i- I that boy will b praaldant aorna
clay ' ir .. - ai4 paid hia t'lli and t
havrvi t Ohoutrht of tha ramark till I haari that Waxrwo
WMjt tvilrtf '. l.sH-.! '
Unole Jed CrumWy. an old friend of tits liArillu- far Li
lly, still Uvea In Hlnomlng Unrre, next to the house
where tittle Warren i larding was born. lie attended
(he wedding of Osorgs I larding and I'll nets. Van Kirk,
and rttmambare Warren a UKiugh It was only ysstar
day. " I was at his parents' wadding," be aald, " and I
predicted they wvuld have eight children and that the
oldsst one would bs president of the U. 8. On day all
eight cam over to see m. and I said. ' Warren, be a
good boy and help me whitewash th fet s, and 1
day you'll la prssktent.' "
Ed Hteel. tormarly editor of the Marion (O.) Mirror,
waa Warren Harding's first bos He remembers Mr.
Harding aa though It were only yestorday. " I gar
Warren a Jot on the Mirror, but he got so munh Inter
ested in politics that It Interfered with hla work. Ha
was an ardent iJaUiie partisan In '14 and wore the
lilalne and Logan campaign hat. I said to bun ' War
ran (.lamella) HartUng,' said I. ' your ob to Interfering
with your polltlos. so I rsckon you ars fired.' I was
paying him II a week and the blow wo a fearful onSk
But h recovered and mtule a vow he would make good
in spite of it I think he determined tben to be preal
dart just to show ma."
bafora 1 could object he had hung
up.
I slowly unpacked and put my
thingH back In plaCO. 1 Wai very
ungry. very dlnftppi -Inted. Delia had
made her plant and 1 couldn't very
well ask hor tu change them. Ho I
ahould be alone wllh the work and
the baby over Sunday with no time
to be with Hob. Inwtead of tha long
happy houm l had plaannad in At
lantlo lty. Whara 1 ehould have him
all to myself. The toari filled my
yofl us l undr'HHed and lltppad on
a kimotia. I drank a t up of coffee,
but bad eaten no dinner, altho Del
la had b gged me to eat Juut u lit
tie: "You will make yourself Hick,"
tit bad Midi "you novor cat when
Mr. Oarratt la away!"
1 naVad did And 1 had trbd to
make Hob underatund that when he
left in he ipollod ' eryt bing for
me, that 1 cured for nothing. At
times he would aeem to iinderptnnd,
and do as 1 wished; at other i linen
A Genuine
Harwood Pianola
Will brine the attractiveness Into yoor hrmir that II luck.
Music, with It piiMelblUtlea of rntrrtainucnt and plcaanrs
Is at your ftnirer Ups when you have a gt-nulno Ilarwoud
i'tan.ila.
TOLi&.C)i.L
I 'olo player, II ,,- I I I,, hi. Piano and Orchestra
for Motion Picture Shows, Ftc,
Bennies' Notebook
BUMMER
If It waarnt for summer there
would ony hi 3 season lusted Of 4,
and then' would be 1-t Isgg'lblblty
abont the weather.
Summer come hut once a veer
nd we wall a month to get It,
And a in.e nf the people that wonted
It moat 1
Are gome of the ferst to regret 1L I
Herd start to fly hack In spring
o as (o get heir In plenty of tlmn
for summer, knowing wen it spring
by Ihtir matin- 1. proving that If
cur Inatlucka was good ctiuff w
woiildcnt need tny 1 allclulera.
Hummer comes but once a yecr
O hark at that bee bUSgln.
If Jeat one bee can do all that.
Imagine half a AttlgffV
A good place to be In summer la
the country, on nrcnunt of the wind
having more room lo blow tncrc.
The COUntry would be more of a
1, leal place than Wat It Is If It had
timrc cm Bf n nd less niu.Kiultors.
Hummer come but once a yoer
Jest amell the prltty flow-era
And l e gratiflll se you can
h'or your parfaak em el ling power.
BdUOatlon Is a grate thing, but It
dont make hardly cnyhody and to
think (here ulnt ( tty skool In sum
mer.
The Horoscope
J
"Tiki itAf , gsJbn) ret do not fflmpel" '
TnTMhty. June 'J2. 102(1.
Mercury rule strongly In beneflo
agpe 01 today, according to astrology,
dominating all adverse Influences.
Above ul! other thinga newspaper,
and publication ahould benefit from
thla configuration, for much money
ahould pour Into their coffera
Advertising and publicity will be
come more and mori in dejnand a
the atimmrr progrenHes and Mercury
promle-eH profit a well a honora
10 those who conduct campaigns or
manage business uffatrs that must
bo brought to tho notico of the peo
ple. It Is . most favorable day for the
signing of cantract, lease and pu
IMPra of every sort.
One of the prophesies of th near
I that the si.-ir seem to preaaage a
return to letter-writing as a fine,
art so thnt correspondence will
again resume a literary flavor.
Violent storm nt atlll IndlcaU-d
for the Atlantic ( u-ean.
1'tnler thla swr.y the ambitions
ins of
d:li-
s. luf-
women am likely to grow and
gcr lurks in (00 aalpirlng plan,
troIOBar declare
Educallon oontlues subject to In
fluences making for practical
change that will benefit the nation.
The coming of tracher and heal
ers to this country ha hern long
tirralileil an.l It tl nrotrnost lcated
Ithnt many will appear within tho
next two years.
Persona Whoae birth. lata It la may
expect a steady year in buainess.
They whould have a confident atti
tude In all transactions.
Children born on thl day nrrn
likely to -he active, uulck and clever.
These subjects of Cancer often have
dramatic ability.
(Cmi7rtthl 1950, tu-llv ITOhn Nisewer SmiilrAti- I
he would nppnar careless of me, of
my happlni'KS. Tint 1 was hopeful
that soon ho would agree with me
aa to how he should arrange our
lives so (hat 1 might be Itnppv whit
him.
Tomorrow Bob Is Devoted to
John Kendall.
OUrdPi Car
aMtstc i5 Essentia.
How
Attractive
Is Your
HOME? 1
Do ytmr frlriul lor to visit
you? !n your chtlilmn wnui
to stay home evening 7
Ian; ii how yon lh snnrrlnr anrl nclnslre
features thai make the RanraOd Pianola ai inin li
Is'ttcr than the unlUiai-v ,1..,,, pis no. Kay lo
own on Uio .Iruaiun Thrill I'lan. Call or wrtto
Kstay.
417 South Main
Oaaga 3t3S-3134
A. J. CllU'f, Mgr.

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