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THhSA WORLD piiWUhsa l:rr ' "ii In .1 f ir.dif I1YJI :il 13 WORLD 1'UIUISHINO CO. 'nt Ifi1 l t h Tlllo Wr.fflSinni1 .C1 'ii' 'L.r tpgrninu or audit ' h"0,iL l'nf'Ui.ATioM ifnsinMH or thk AoctATr.n i;n? fur repuMMMlm at nil ikM ersJIuU le II r net ulHrl fedH.l In thl !' "1 lel fifwt pufcmn n-rie RltlieCitllTION IHTtl IIT MAIL IK ADVANCM T1AII.Y AMU BUNDAT IIA1I.T "NI.T BAII.Y AMD BimDAY 1IA1I.I "NI.T rw WOTtfc in; nstee Menta !' Menlh . Mt ' On Kit Thl Oj Meal """ flllNPAT OKI.r list onMsntJi.. Onn Tr.,(, ...Hi IIT CARKIBIl IN OUTl! TOWWH ...., II rr iixfitti t" ,.!! JIT rAHItMSH IN TUUtA. BANP srniwiw, nn Kfcll FORK. DAIl.T AND UNIIAt' .16 I'e Ifrtnlh. In sdvsftf . .IT IIM I'm Tnt. In A,tir l-IIONK OUAOH MM Wll ALU IRPHTIWIT1 WMc ThouyhlH for Today October 7. THANKS AND I'llAIHK: -O give lhnka unto th Lord, for he I goods fur ita meroy ndiir-t-th forever. Oh that man would pralta th lfOtil lor hla goodness, and for hit wonclarfiit wrk to tilt chllilran at man Paalm 107 : 1, I. What la tha happy nnd of God's correction? Job e:17-7. 8ILV.VIOIII.Mi POLITICS. 'Ijeyowl auaatlon much that la now transpir ing In Oklahoma. Is nothing mora nor let than skirmishing for thu senatorial campaign two yrmrn lumen. It illil not require tha Oklahoma 01!;' atory nurprlslng Hon. Charles WrlghtsmHti mid tha equally honorable and noted Patrick Nagle In a two-hour secret conference, In order to' advise the sophisticated of wliat In trans piring. It K however, a relief to know of a certainty that It In his political nmhltlaiis which lend Judge Wrlghtsman Into inch political associa tions as hn now suffer If not enjoy. Thnt It a muoli moro crodllnhle explanation than thoonty possible alternative. Una enn understand oven excuse a gentleman of such vmt wealth ns Judge AVrlKlitBiimn. npendliiR that iiionry lavllily for the eleettnn of eoma Individual whom hu deeniH nccesmtry to hla own polltlcAl advancement; onu can a linos l undcriilnnd n gentleman nt euoh nristocratla tendonalea and Imliltn ns Judse W'rlghtffman brcnmlni; nsso clnted with the characters who urn directing tho reconstruction cnmpalBn, It hy dolus no nn hononihln nintiltlon may ho ronllzud. Hut ono ran not, without too much vlnlonco to ono' Intellectual Integrity, lmnRlno a man of Judge AVrlKhtitninn'e porta dullhoratcly "Ihrow Iiir In" with tho gani; for a lean Inudnhlo jitir tiridn fifty epcclul prlvllrgrn ot n perional nn tlire, or tho qucntloim!la rlglit, to bak In tho rnya at reflected grentnest, Tulsa takes great prldo In her eonn, and In theroforo gratified that Judgo AVrlghtainan, In reppondlmr to the nlwajH coiuincndnhle ambi tion tn rwrvo hln etntn In UUli place, In meot Hid with audi warmth ot ncroptancft from Colonel Nngle and hU crow. Hut neither Tulea nor Tho World would bo nbla to Juatlfy audi association, nor tho ugly ittnrlc of largo flnnn cTl contrlbutltinn to tho reconstruction raimo, unless tho requirements ot nn hnnornblo tiuciit or high polltlonl dlitlnctlou clearly merited tho pjuylntr of a rolo no iiucntlonahlo. It must he ri great and npleudld purpose Indeed that JtidKo Wrlghtnnian has In mind, ono In which there In no sulflnhlienn nor inercennrylim, that can Justify Inflicting a damage upon his own common wealth I And Judge AVrlghtNinan muet Indeed have n program ot conetructlvo nchlavoment an a moni Uir of Hi" United Htntea aoiiato fully In mind, mut know how mid where ho Is to r-ervo Tulsa iitid Oklahoma magnificently when ho reallr.es Jitn ambition, to enable him to still his con Volonco as ho makos common ctiune with three I'liemles ot good government and thp people, Purlin pa Sunator Owen did not know of the Wrlghtenian-NiiRlo conference. Then perhaps lie did know nnd approved, Who can tellT Un less tho senator did know and did approve, Is !t rousonablu to suppqse thai nn Intellect so rlenr, nn eyo ao keen and a hoad no level tn huslness affnlrs as Jndgo Wrlghtsmun'e, would liavo oouimelod euoh heavy Investments In po litical securities otherwise so damnably In seeuroV I Tin: liANU Linn-mis. "; No book bearing on tho Wlleon mlmliillrn tldn yet published has areated anything Ilka the eensatlon that tho letters of tho Into Kiniik lln K. Lane. And, It can bo truthfully added, that no hook bearing nn tho Wilton admlnUtra yon yet published Is oven oomrabla In lm pyrtniMW to the Iino letters, If he purpose of oil miuh books Is to plncu hoforo tho public an acounile picture ot the character they portw.". lousing, Tumulty, Uaker all ot these had purpoaa In thtlr writing hh stultifying ns they were palpabl. In neither book was there even tb nppnrwit disposition tn describe ncouratelv. All warn either aympathttlu defenses or eelf Klurlfylng aasaye. They wera carefully calcu lated for public consumption, llut not eo the Initio letter. The widow ot tho cx-toretry ot tho Interior has gathered together n moat remarkable colltotlon ot private uommiinlcatlonii, written while the action was still on and the forge ot thought burning fiercely written, too. without thought nf any of tho olervatlons therein stated ever becoming pub Ho property. A mora Intimate Insight Into the thoughts nt n landing character In world affairs, a more pl( tllos estimate ot anothar public character from one Intimately associated with him. Hub never been presented elnco cold type became the means of embalming thought and preserving history. Tho Irftno letters accomplish two very impor tant purposes! They fix for all time the really grunt outlines ot tha ljjne character outllnus that had become lomowlul dlmncd because ot lcni adhtflon to the Wilson regime after It hud become painfully a d p tltully querulous nnd inefficient-and im,).i:iio Uicso ncrlou. flefects Ili tho Wilson character which will deny l ''ii' . ig , i e .ft. h sti'ijr Hut A"mo hava In s.''t"d It wn.nl evc.tilally oci upy. Mkily I fir- J,ntir i rers will precipitate a con troversy of considerable violence from that sec tion of '.ha cabinet which wo pro-Wilson rnther than pro-nation, but tho public will Inevitably b much mora Impressed hy tha Mne letlara than by nythlns; that can or will be said airaintl them. COItlL llx-Sanator Thnitma Pryor Oora Is in Okla homa. Will he attempt la hold n brief for the re-eonstmotlon-soalallst candidate for governor 7 That la n nutation that Is nn tho lips nf many. On the ana-war dsfiamla much nt mpinsntoue ronearn tn Thoma Pryor Ooit. riore, apes hint half-heartadly for tha teeon-ntructlon-aoelallK eauaa, will help that (Mill but prerlous little, If any. Tha verdict of splan did upslandlni itemoerats la made up, But flora, speaking for thtt rauM, thus track lug lloakell'a man, Brott f'errls ot Near York, who ame and fllvvered and went acaln. will do Irreparable damaga to a political reputation that ahlnen with aoine hrllllnney among both demociau and republicans In tha common wealth that has honnrtd him In the past. (lore, playing-the ilemagogut, tha tlm-nrr, ona willing tn put party pelf nbnrs principle, comports uncomfortably with that Cloro who chsllentfed hit dttrartort, nnd In a manly onn ltt stood for national loyally nnd hla prin ciples against the tmtrhlnotlnns nf tha polnon quad, every one of which la now supporting th reconrtructlonlal candidate. Therefore tt will be with pity, not nltogather unmixed with contempt, thnt thousands who have admired the blind statesmen will witness 111 in standing nn the hustings and deliberately dwarfing a figure that ought to grow larger ns time passes, dellbcrntnly and In deed nnd word taking himself, tn ii-o his own figure nf speech, "through the political slaughter home tn an open grave." m. yiii; nr. o.N no it, mrr now? Mayor Walton tells tho roldlafa that If he Is elected lm will pay them a bonus aggregating $60,000,000 In the first Instnncn and costing the state J t DO, 000, 000 tn filially liquidate; nnd this without costing the taxpayers a penny, since tho bonus money Is to bo raised by elate bnndn, which aro tn be paid from taxes levied against corporation. Of cnursn the tax to rrpny this hugo sum must come from tho pcopln In tho last analysis. Everybody understands this. Ho the peoplo themselves would have to pay In the final nnalyslx. And unless the hands were a direct mortgage on till ot the ntate'n property, nnd tluM payable by a general lax In case tho special cor poration tax failed for any reason, they could not be sold. Hut the slick mayor explains to the oil men thnt ho will reduco their present 3 per cont gross production tax t per cent so that they can meet the bonus tax ut 1 per cent without having any additional tax nssvracd against them. In which event, of course, tho pretout state Income from the 3 per cent grons produc tion tax will fall off Just one-third, requiring n substantial Incrcaso In the general tax against nil forms of property. Put tho slick mayor candidate doesn't stop here. In some sections ot tho state he propone to have a tax of 1 cent a gallon on gasoline. In spite of the fact that hln campaign is being financed by a cortnln clique of oil producers and refiners the mayor promises to do things to tho oil Interests, onco ho Is elected govornor. Put of course 1 cent a gallon tax on gas means a higher price for gas. Thus Tom, Dick nnd Harry will be paying this tnx which Is to go to somo rort of a road syatem which Jack and Jim have arranged between themselves, llut tho nllck mayor makes a bid to the farm era nnd laborers, llo promises to give them a tax exemption of (1,000 on their farm Im provements nnd another $1,000 on their farm equipment. When It Is pointed out thnt this would cripple tho school districts hopnleesly, tho nllck mayor calls attention tn "plank eight" In tho Shawnee platform, which calls for a tnx on th" KrO"5 earnlngn of public service corpora tions, which said tax must, ot course, be sup plied by tho patrons ot such companion In in creased I at o, since public service companies aro allowed the right to earn 8 per cent over all other charges. Mnybo tho mayor can make good the conflict ing promisee, but how? Secretary Weeks fenrn tho United States took tho disarmament treaties too seriously nnd that nnathur danger hour will find tho country ns tmpropnred ns have all danger hours In the past. Just Folks Copyright, 193?. by IJdgnr A. duett. HOMESICKNESS The thoughtless nv that tree are trees whvrcvor they may grow And men are men whet Cor they meet, but this If never eo. l'or every homesick heart will elgh until his Journey's o'er To see the gentle maple tree which stands before his door, I've stood upon tho crowded strcela and watched the men go by, llut in the multitudes of smile a lonely man wus 1, A lonely and a weary man who watched them come and go And hungered for tha little street where walk tho men 1 know. I've seen the sun conic up by day and seen the moon nrlne, I've watched a shepherds, long ago, the constellated ykle; Put run nnd moon and stars, I swear, do not so brightly slilno As when t see them high above that little house ot mine. The homesick boy upon tho curb would turn away from kings To meet the man who comes from home nnd hear tho news ho brings. Though countless robins sang to him ho still would hunger for The robins nentuig 'n the tree which stands before his door. Oklahoma Oulbursla ht OTIS tlltltlN. A federal Judge has found that the ocean Is dry. Perhaps one reason why Henalor Owen foil for Walton Is been 1 1 e Walton's financial plat form la so wild nnd Impracticable. Thn rnoet uncertain tblnif shout the polltlcnl campaign In Oklahoma this year Is Just where Mayor Walton will speak next. I'or the benefit of the iluek hunters, the irlrl on Bouth Main says she U willing to offer her services n a live deroy. We still hold tn the theory that clear makers eovkt rnakn a fla-ent cigar Jtiat as popuhir ns tha thiea-for-a-qusrtar kind. Tata Ilrady has let It bo known thnt h la going to have a Walton club In Tulsa which he ra.n dominate aven If he han to organlta one witn nimneit aa me oniy memoer. One Tn lea democratic lady sys tho reason tha has not realstertd ia beeausw aha In afraid ht cannot reelat the Impulse to vota againai waiton. W.i are willing to bet two-bits that If Walton appears In TuHi on November I. ha will not point to woodrow Wilson aa the greatest Ikina president. Governor ltoberteon hr oroelsmatlon has tin tued October 17 aa navy day In Oklahoma. We take It that the governor wants tn mnke Oklahoma's navy the equal ot any that ever troti tne sun or sailed the land. After nil. Mayor Walton Is not the only randl- otherM whose names will appear under the Tiiu.i rui.eier 'i iii-initerney wnn sianii on ine nunwofH piNiiorin, inn nmioii nsppene t,i nr running for nn offl n In which lis can do the Itaromelcr of Public Opinion dull ii Henry Aiks Moro .Sparc, l'dltnr World: I have Just a few more nues- tlonn to propound to you ci rid If you refuse, or full to satisfactorily reply to them It will he ample and conclusive ovMenro to my mind thnt you ate us croukod, prejudiced, infamous and inieiuai as I am already just about pemuaded you are. I don't want to wiy much more to you, as 1 know that to try to argue or convince a hlde-linund seivant of plutocracy like you nre Is an uttur waste of words. Homebody once mild that tn argue with n bigot or nn Ignoramus Is like giving medicine to tho ilnnd, nn, that is the way I feol about you. t don't mean you nre nn Ignoramun. I admit you aro a pretty shrewd servant of special prlvllego nnd preda tory Interests. In fact, that In exactly the rea son t am so candid and persistent In my effons 10 iismonstrnto tnal tact, not only to you but to tho Ignorant, deceived and Inglorlously be fuddled readers of the Tulsa Dally World who fail for your line of bunk, under tho misleading captions of "right," "morality," otc, Of course, there Im no chance In mv gettlnir nnvthlnc tn deluded victims of your Intellectual legerdemain. Aitnougli you pretend to pulillsli n jlaromcter" column, thin, like the reel ot your maliciously and falsely nixumcd "fairness' nnd ' Justice," Is all pure unadulterated hypocrisy. Your "Ila- romeier' column is for tho things you nro pleased or willing to sea In print and for nothing else. You refiti'u mo nn opportunity to answer the Infornal Ilea that you and tho rest nf tho devotees anil hlrollngs of economic exploitation hno perpetrated and disseminated on Hon, .T. l Walton and tho groat i construction program wiucn tins great ami valiant leader ot the work ing musses and tho common peoplo of Okla homa has pledged himself to onact and estab lish. No, you will not permit me to do this. If, on the other hand, I were a tool of tho Interest and desired to writo a few words In defense. ot tno existing order nt slavery nnd oppression, why you would bo only too glad to afford mo tho opportunity. Tho truth ot tha mutter Is thnt you have your renders trained along n certain lino -you havo them nil fed up on tho old bunk nbout "right" nnd "morality," etc., until tho Idiotic dunderheads actually believe that thero Is a moral Issue In this campaign. Of course, this Is premodltntcd, deception nnd mendacity on your part. You know that thero 1 no "moral" question in this cnmpalgn. You also know that you talk aboufconstltlitlonal government, protection ot legitimate buslnusa," otc, is nil as falso and Infamous ns hell. You know thnt you nro n tool of spoclal privilege, that you write, not what you verily and con scientiously bellovo to bo "right" or the "truth," hut what you know In to bo the bast Interest nnd profit ot tho corporate and special privilege lit terestM which own tho Institution for which you work and which would kick tho nadir of your spinal column until your tonguo turned to leather If you dared run counter to what your well-trained and experienced Intellect Infallibly Informs you Is "right" nnd "proper." Now, ns I stated before, I know that you will never permit a new or radical Idea or etnte menl of fact, no matter how true or lrrefrag able, to reach your renders through the columns ot your capitalistic sheet, but there Is nothing to prevent me from deriving tho satisfaction of Informing you personally that I nm on to your lino of bunk and know you for tho Inveterate hypocrlto that you are. Why do j on continue tn print news Items, n falso as hell, nbout Walton being pro-Catholic, flo? Trying to play on tho religious prejudice" ot your fanatical Ku-Klux readers, eh 7 Sure you nro. Well, on this question 1 want to say thnt Walton doesn't need tho vote of a Ku-Klux In this state to win nnd ho doesn't want them. Any man who will Join or even npologUo for tho existence of an organized mob of yollow bigots llko tho mumbcrs of this Infornal order ougnt to lie in hell. I nm not a Catholic and I havo no defense to offer for the system of pope worehlplng that constitutes tho iwuenca of this superstltutlon. hut I do say this nbout tho in famous Ku-Klux, nnd that Is that It is elmply nn orgnnlsntlon to crush labor untonn nnd op pose economlo reformation nnd revolution. Wnlton In not pro-Cathollo but ho Is antl-Ku-Klux and It Walton In elected governor of thin state and a legislature In elected that will hack him up ho will drive that damned mob out of tho state. You won't let your renders know how Walton stands on the Ku-Klux issue be cause you know that n great majority of thorn nro against the abominable thing nnd If they knew that Walton's euccess will mean the end ot "Klaniilahiiess'' In till state they would be for htm. Tell the truth nnd astound the life out ut moro than a majority of your renders. JOHN HliNUY POLKS. Oklahoma City, October Zl. Another View of It. Kdltor World: The K. K. K.'s havo been complimented by the charge that they are the cause of the confusion In the vote registration throughout the state. This accusation has risen from the fact, that the people are demand ing a square deal In voting, and It the klan Is not nctlve. their spirit Is there. Tho good people of the tato should pray that the spirit of the K's nnd their nil-seeing eyo may be nt every polllne place In the etate to seo thnt all votes are legally oakt, and tuueclly ;oumvd. Oklahoma Is already In the grip of tho radicals. vwiero poseime they aro taking charge of the election machinery. In Oklahoma county the registrar Is under In dictment for Irregularities (to say tho least) in offlco, has failed to escape on a technicality, nnd the only man that can remove him Is a lawyer who Is nbout to face trial for disbar ment. The police power of Oklahoma City la used In the persecution of reputable citizens, only shows what will happen If tho radicals suc ceed in their nttempt at state domination. What are wa coming to? Oklahoma's vote In the election should bo a majority so largo against tho radicals, and for good government nnd John Fields, that tho rndlcnlH headed by Mayor Walton will leave for a moro hospitable territory, and the nul democratic party rescued from socialist dom ination. Tho radical mind Is eccn even In tho bonus bill, where law-abiding citizens, If voting tor the bill, nro compelled to defy cons'itutionul govern men Oklahoma City, Oct, 19. JAMES EDWAUDS, WHEN OUR SOLDIERS ICovjrllM. NEW TdRtf I&S OUST NOD ZO IT OtVCEVAS GUU VGNK VENT A STENOGRAPHER'S lly Jnno I'hclW. cHAPTr.n xx nr. Nelllo Ilcnmnds Her Salary. As aim got Into tho taxi with Mr. Itoblnnoii, the bookkeeper stood in tho doorway watching them, a pecu liar look on hln face. Nellie had a momentary feeling that nls eyes tried to flash her n warning, then dlimlssed tho thought with u shrug of her shoulders. Tho man wna queer! They went to a small eTit-of-the way restaurant but to Nellie It wan wonderful tho music, the food, ytie talked gayly. Cora had her noto nnd sho was liappv! It wan not qulto tlmo for the play whon they finished. m Mr. ltoblu- son smoked u cigar, while Nellie nte a second dish of Ico cream. Then they walked to tho theater. Their noats wero far back on tho aide, very i near on exit. Nelllo rather wondered why they didn't havo scots way down In thu front like those ho had given her tho tlmo she took Corn; but soon tho curtain went uu and she forgot everything but the play. Several limes sho nceamo so excited sno clutched Mr. Itobtusor.'H arm, but ha didn't nppenr to notice, so nhu con tinued to show her delight in her own way, appealing to htm, In n whisper. Then when tho curtain was dropped sno maun quaint re marks concerning' tho audience. Just aa she would have done with Corn. When tho piny was over ho hur ried out. qulto unnecessarily she thought, she would havo liked to linger, to watch the peoplo. Ahd when thoy reached the sldawnlk he had her In n tnxl before sho had time to watch a single ono of the beautifully dressed women and girls. She felt rnther nbused, but did nor like to mention It. As they drew awny from tho the ator on tho way to her home, tho only homo she hnd, ho said to her: "Did you enjoy yourself, Nelllo?" "Indeed I dldl Arid thank you so much!" with a long drawn sigh of pleasure. "Then I want n roward'" md bc foro Nelllo could Imagine intent he had h'-r In hla arms, nnd was kissing Iter. "You you!" she breathed, too shocked to speak aloud. Then with all her strength she struck him' "You little monkey!" ho grasped her hnnd. "Don't prctent with met" He tried to kiss her again, but un successfully. "If yon touch mongnln I'll scream for the police!" Nellie wrathfuHy ex is claimed. "Cora warned me, hut I thought you was good I An old man like youl Stop this tnxl1 I'm going to get out Oh. I never thought' And you with a wife! I sco now whi ttle girls all left you; why that boy Abe Martin So fer th' political cannydate hain't thought o' pothln' t' catch IV wpnnn vote 'copt nn occasional shave We don't have t' dress like a, corpse. V be, good, ' '''' ' m as- COME HOME FROM THE RHINE 1BS3, Ity Ths Oitoum TrTtrent.l A UEEDlrE .ir.i.i I I rirf GO BELOVYET. LENA UHT vurtr I icri IF DER. SEtCHELG IS5 ALL GEPACKED x . , ii 1 1 ii i n r r i i ii an mm Mini, i llttlo out of shape from but still good to cat. Wlch I did. ROMANCE As Oklahoma Editors See It! said no girl could stay In your of flco long. Let mo out, I toll youl" ns ho tried to pacify her. Mr. ltoblnson stopped tho taxi and without another word or look Nelllo Van nil tho street, hearln; his muf fled exclamation ns he (dammed tho door of tho cab. The girls wero both In bed but sho awakened them ami told her story. "And I thought he was goodl If he had been n young man I'd never fnlicn for his kind feeling tor poor In tHn KeyhOlo ot tho Okmulgeo Time of Wednesday appeared the following: Just on wo were about to sit down and figuro up tho slzo of tho1 voto which John Tlelds will have to kcop from being counted out, wo pick up the following radio message from "Somewhero In Mexico:" "Understand Jack says If lie Is olectc-d he'll bring mo back. Through tho columns of tho Kcyholo alease announce that ho makes this stnto ment against my wishes, ifi nny ono has nn Idea thnt I am planning to go back to Oklahoma for the pur po&o ot being reinstated In my old job ns bank commissioner, please advlso them thnt I havo nuthorized no ono to speak for me in this' con nection and that I have no dcslro to be drafted Into mv old Job. 1 havo seen too many drafts. Thank you for giving this space. Regards to nil tha depositors. "I'UED DENNIS." llttlo me," her sarcasm was Indo scrlbahle. "Oh, tho horrid, horrid, old muni" "Come to bed, dear," Cora urged after n time. "You'll be sick If you d m't quiet down. We'll talk it over in the morning." Nellio was really thoughtful, nnd although she knew sho couldn't tleop, out of consideration for tho others Mio sold no more, llut for an hour sho lay thinking, culling her self all sorts of names, und In this pastime sho did not neglect her cm employer. In tho morning tt was tho only subject of conversation. "Too bad It's Friday. You loso nearly a wcok's pay," Olndys said. "Loso my pay! Not so ni you could notlco It!" "How will you get lt7' "That's easy! Go after It!" "You don't moan you're going back after what's happened?" "Why should I make that old scamp a preient of my wcok's wages, Mish Doran? I shall go and wait for him, nnd I'll get it, too." Then with n llttlo laugh that waa full of tears she added: It may tho last I'll havo for eomo time. Ila won't give rno any reference yes ho will, toot I'll ninko him, and I'll dic tate It myself." In spite nt their nnxlety tho girls laughed. Gladys was for making hor stay nwny from tho office; but Cora, feeling sure no harm would come of her going, and knowing how badly she needed tho money, mado no ob jections. Tomorrow Nelllo fJct.i Whnt Plie (iocw After. The Oklahoma election law Is functioning Just as badly aa any ono could desire, says tho Ponca City News. In Oklahoma City there nro threo registrars who havo not yet been appointed. Perhaps; their appointment will coma In tlmo for tho voters to ho registered, perhaps not. Tho law as it now stands puts tho wholo matter In the hands of tho registrars. If they aro honest citizens, then thero is usually no trouble about tho registration, aside Music Note My sister Oladdls, had a box of randy In her room ycstldday, mo finding it nftor I hunted nbout 20 minnltM, thinking, U Jest sea what kind It Is nnd tnist it. And I took the lid off nnd It wan about 9 dlftrent kmds of mixtures, being n hard box of candy to talst without tainting aomo ot every kind. Wlch I did, biting some In half so as not to look ns It I was taking too mutch and then eating the other halt to mako the box look neeter. Looking pritty neut but kind ot empty, and I put It back ware I found It behind the hewro and wen (lladdts came homo I stuck my hed In her room saying. Hello Oladdls, will you give mo some candy? How do you know I havo candy? Oladdls sod. How mcny pceccs will you give me It I find It? I scd, and sho ted. Never mind, and I sed, Hay GladdlA. Ill mako a proposition with you It I only ask for one pcece at a time will you glvo me a peeco every day for 9 days? Making 9 pecccs nnd being Jest how meny I took, nnd Oladdls sod, yes, It the candy holdB out that long. All rite, that makes 9 pieces thanks very much, I had them this nftlrnoon, I eed. And I quick started to go down stairs and I herd QUddls running to got her candy box and tawklng mad to herself wen she saw how mutch waseiit in it, nnd I quick put my cap on and went out and something quahy hit mo rite behind one cer and bountched off, nnd wat was It but a chocllt mublimcllow, belr-c a NOW ONLY We are exclusive Pianola dis tributors for the southwest. Call or wrlto for catalog nnd In formation of our easy payment plan. Tho The Horoscope "Th Ur incline Bui flu tint es: ! Ctt llll t? llcClurr Niwiptp.r unL, IVIday, OctolKT U7, 1022 until into tonignt rortuno on men, according to aatrob Jupiter and tho Sun nro a i SEE lone nspect, in tno eveti!;, Is frler.dly. Under this planetary gi the mind ihould bo eafct; agalns depressing or de , thoughtn which will be er.' by the rulo of tho stars, During this away tho tr, ji' eossful men nnd women m.i their own capabilities. Kulrldea may Increase Ii t nt this time, which la likely t reodlngly trying to persons i' tlve nature. Initiative In any big projf s he delayed wince effort ui planetary direction mny be ' i nnd really conatructlvo nctu , be easily thwnrltd. .. ui f"t J(4 it ga ' r ex. II- M t ! J t y Danger of mlsunderetnnd ' arfl dinsennlons Is Mild to be I: while Mars Is In evil plaee. 1 Domestic disagreements eh 1 avoided nn tho rulo la held I men Inclined to bo arM'r. I stubborn. Neither they who seek w ' thev who demand fnvnts w ceed white (hla rotifignrr A i It vails und they should dclav tlvlty until a moro fnvomb'c dominates. peet The evening should he a fa rv ime lor wuuuirifcs aim r"lin'VTS since Venus smiled on lovers Theaters nnd nil places of e 'sr. tnlnment ehould benefit by tn'. cc nine's planetary direction. Play of high quality nre ti -n. jmnnd attention this season I. ' elgn nuthors will bo moro f i 'thnn Americans. Ancient lore found tho nt'e , ' nvenlntr favorable for the w . of new clothing, which is held t e r.g lm more becoming and more is"trg if I put on for the first time well .Venus li In kindly nw-ay. I Persons whoso blrthdate It li may 'have rather a etrenuous year, but 'they will succeed well If they avoid litigation. Tho young will court a'.J I marry. Children born on this day may bi rash nnd Inclined to extravagn-e, but extraordinarily talented. Tlie may ho euro of many frlendi sr.u helpers all through life. , from tho carelessness thnt bc . times accompanies tho system Every tlmo we try to lay up t mt tlnrg for a rainy day a prcrr, ,'ure rain comes nlong and washes P ill away This huslness of starting a'l over again possewes merit, th' ich H prevents us from contra ng thon vicious habits of tho lilla rich. Logan County News. tho shock J Patting Its own town on the ha- k, wie t.nid i.nKi" ooserves inni a sunn town Is a place where a man wkn shines his shoes and puts on his a Is asked It he Is going to Enid to day. France evldontly Isn't going to scrap Its warships without first I . Itig n scrap,, the Lnwton News ' a! gleaned from tho news dispatches. Now tho nnughty barbers of Kan sas aro Invoking tho law to stop tha prnctlco of bobbing hair In bcau'y parlors. Shawneo News, Insanity has Increased 100 p r cent In Chicago slnco tho Volstcid net went Into effect, says a dlspatc'' Crazy to get liquor. Miami Hecon! Hcrald. 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