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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 19W.
9 D "M a Hard Row for Slurp:." You nsk for imtnbnt i. m o-tlil uVi'da? Oil 1,.1,'k !! t l.li, lial.il iii ini tio tun li t.i K'iiliiky hi lil. i'f curii; JUI nil mill K.llliii, M.KUJ iljnl eeili! Just nil nil ii l.l.isiiiM iii'in n'limp iiikI li.-.- Win rt- liin ktln',! ,r.i.!ii In 'nii'bl lr fo niul iii-j.4, faun r iiik, ..inn- ilyinu In i !i wib .li-llli-KH, That limil. liirl, eruel li.ilfu'i uiiii' ! What im:.Ih; tli.-y mintl w'.iul prayi-rii lli.y wild. . Ciili.n nr iMinp, im I hit wlii-i In Mile! i-i ; Hlt.'iit ! . ;nlii(f tli.-lr luiii'ml. In -U--I '! ' I' K a li. ill. hi h ii.illi w.ili Hull- ili-i'ii: h.il nun. mi. - luiul.-: iAI I li il tn II Mil IiIHII.f! Wll.ll Kllln-1" hlllHllI'M till' i "Uil. Iniyiii Ihh'! Wlinl w.-i.l.t In plmbiux! what Mii!:i III riiw! Wlinl lank linn furin hsi-,1 In i.iwu of liini.x! Ami lh haylntr grew, tin miyln:: will I'ri.i.i hinl ciiili.ivur ami luiu. niul Ihimiiih; "llu In it mighty hnrd ' "" kiiiiiiih; Hut l' nil. I. mill illril trying tn li.iu liU r.iw." O illi;lili- ami luiur that li'ii-puuud I Than lirli;lili st, lunail saber uf Wiitfr . Inn! Nnr ever fi'll Hnlilli-r inure truly tine Than ho wliu .Hi it Hying In lua- !.l.) mv. Tho wi'i'ilH arc Kniic niul tin- stumps urn t'.iini' Thi' hut.''' Inii-lnal ami tin- ruiii'i'li -ml. Ami a 1 1 1 1 1 ii In. nt Ha l in Hash trliiinh lusti-ml I-'ri ill Nlaii ly. cli'Mii colli In the illiitniiml- pnwii illlWII. lint t'a' lii'rniH hayo viinlsliiil, save here ami i liens Far mil anil ulli-hl like smile xlnrin- rlven tii'i', l.r.um'a last Hiirylvor of Thormnialyao, I.i-:ille.'H anil iti-Knlali. Inne ami liaiv. J ' u 1 1 1 1 1 1 Miller in lliiriiir'H Weekly. BY FLAG AND FLASK 1 3 stlfc mfWu Dolly was dusting Cupid In tho win dow, and to ('urstairs .nothing Dully diil was nf Interest, especially now that Major ltiilhven had declared tliat there should be no communication be tween these two young people. Such 1111 cilii t is diflietilt of onforr." nient when tho young people lived Jtl:-:t opposite each other, but the major found 11 most eillcieiit ally in his sis ter I .yd la. She had been disappointed in her first and only love affair, and was out of patience with lovers generally and with Frank Carstalrs in particular, for tho elder Carst.airs' lack of apprecia tion of l.ydia's charms had sent him elsewhere to look for a life-male and so had confirmed Ly ilia's spinster hood. The major's objection to Frank's suit took more practical ground. Frank, as campaign manager for his best friend and purl nor, had defeated tho major's candidate for the state legislature and incidentally had vo:i control of tho parly in his district, an advantage not to be despised by a rising young lawyer, even though lit he possessed of independent fortune and tho love of Dolly Iluthven. Just now Frank watched Dolly gloomily, lie had tried in every way to got word to her since on the night of the primaries the major had slammed the door in his face. Ho was certain sho did not share her father's wrath, but 'to gain her side, with Miss Lydia as dragon, was a matter beyond his shrewdness. lie watched her idly as she fluttered the dainty duster about tho plaster east, and wondered if he might have been mistaken in his belief that sin slill loved him, for sho had been at great pains apparently to call atten tion to the cast, and Cupid's back was turned to him. Suddenly he found that the signifi cance lay In the dusting rather than tho white figure. First the duster Hi! ted down one shoulder of tho Cupid, then the oilier. Next there was an other dab down tho first side, followed by two more and then one. If he had been out with tho militia signal corps this would have been his call, "F. C." Just for fun. ho would water the plants in tho window and reply. With the tiny watering can he sprinkled one hide or a geranium, and then twice swung the sprinkler on the other side; that was "D." Tho "V ' was three nioro dots on the same side and one on the other. Like a flash Dolly t (Jutting Cup-d. ramo fi'-vh flourish". ,.f the !it-t r. and be bad Holly's " O. K " Tvititr rr,iriii'e l'-r Krai.V wrt. lort.imn ilh t-d 'W'. '' I be Tn-t Vajnr Rulhvn re !'!'! lhT to "' t.r jia--;i.i.- thai ..ni:ti'r vMmti ith a hr..1 ci:i. The ni 'r frown b hit ,mr t f! M " '-J'-' I l.im that D"'y i"a iu '" r room t'A 1b r.mnAr.e. rr,,,'. f'.,4 j:-fi' li'-' : fr' ' ' ' -afi::. c!fcJ"T-. .-! ' I'!'' i1 H'.'ft twk fcir !r",t U''.- i 'ft. S mm lm mm 1 y I , Tlio lUrknebu hud already (alien, and lu litr hair the red lip of buru iiiij josg fcililvi wave kiKim Umt alio wan deUrnilned Umt the uioaquitoea hhould Mil annoy her. Tho major gavo a Brunt aa Frank ran down the Mcpn, and Dolly bright ened up. Instead of ('limbing Into tho neat mid utecrliiB off. Frank stood In front of tho machluo, Idly awluKiui; hl cap, l'resently one of the big luuterua on tiie front of the machine winked at Dolly and two nhoiier winks followed. Hack of tho major's shiny puto the o::a Htlckx danced like tlretllea, eater to nesflo buck Into the noft colla of hair from which they had Just been snatched. "I'm going npito tho corner fir n fodii," announced Dolly. "Want to come, auntie?" "I gue.-: I II havo a vichy." grunt ed the major, Ulsirustful of walka with Carstu'rs about; and the three strolled slowly toward tho corner drug store under the leafy arch of trees. Halfway up tho afreet tho two glar ing eyes of an automobile Hushed around the corner and with a puff the huge machine drew up alongside of tho curb. In another second Dolly had jumped Into It, and with a derisive "honk" of the horn tho powerful car raced off, "You young cu!)!" he shouted. leaving ttilss l.ydia hreathless and the major inarticulately profane. "lie must have, arranged this wi:l. her," spluttered tho major, when at last, words came tu his relief. Iliu .Miss Lydia was pcs!tivo In her assur ance lhat (here had bcon no comiumii cnllon. Tho major hud to co:ilea liimself will) telephi)i:lr:g the pollen !h.u his daughter hud been nbdmiied. This had only the result of bringim, t.. o plain clothes men and a do:'.jn re porters to the hou::e. It. was to the?! latter that Frank and Dolly owed their immediate f orgi ven ess. "I:et they've gone ucrns.i tho river," volunteered the youngest of the scrMi biers. "They" don't" need licenser, across the slato li::o, :.ad I'll bet t!it;y liKve been married by now. Ua,;u a great headline," lie continued, ha., to himself; " 'A'.itonutliile l.ochinvar; Young Couple Outwit Slcrn Parent.' " lie made a note on his pad, and the major burst forth: "Gosh hang it. you youug cub!" he shouted, "I'm no ding-gasted stem par ent, you Hat-headed Jackass! I knew they were going to he married. It's just because I bet 'em a house that they ran off. I told 'em they couldn't elope without my going along, mid Ctrstairs won the house. Now, you go and put that in your paper, and if you dare call me a stern parent I shall sue you for libel." The "honk" of the auto horn sound ed outside, and the major rushed down the stoop and across the road to where Frank was helping Dorothea Ca'stairs out of tho tonneau. "U s all right." puffed tho major, as tho newspaper men came streaming afier him. "Don't let 'em know how you outwitted me and I'll forgive you, but how did you do It." And as the newsgalherers raced up to participate In tho sensation they found Frank and Dolly explaining to the major the usefulness of Morse transmission by Hag and Hash sys tems. M. H. Kernor In Hoston Globe. Concerning the Scalp. Secretary Charles U. Meeker, of ti e New Jersey Dental Society, was t.il'.: in;; in Asbury Park aliout the rominls sion fur the care of soldiers' teeth tnat he hopes to ertablish. Fro. 11 the subject of teeth Mr. Mo"k- r ..t sod easily to the subject of hair, and with a Fmile lie (.aid: "Coming here, I sat behind two youn-; women on the ir;.:n. Tl.' i tu'l.i d in loud voiees. Vilh'::l de hirug to. 1 heard m.n!y miiI.iii 1 hey f a id. "'What about l.arry?' ai.ked the fir! by Die . in. low. I tir ' l.arry any it-in. the other an-. . red. A final r IV Yes. At.. I tie lirorii-r! to wv; lark the 1 l. i.f hair I raw Mm. but in I. a; n't dei o il " "Ti e by tl.e mind'iw laurbi-d. ' 'Tl.;.! is the ay.' t' " -ai.l. 'v. i:ti ;f - I, lir n-.-t r m Tl ey at" a), j r. i!.i- a:.-l t.o r.. rn atiei-' " An Antcdote of Kirjtity. f1arl'K!t:r!raa f "V" ' t i i ." at tl ' T ;'. "n 'w- i '.!'. s-' n.i.c at ' I " n ii-f j ..in i .. .! la! T'. i'!. I 'i;i at tt' t-' i" r y,.. T.'!. H" ;i'"l erii.! .! .f r. : ' ". t- n "ur ! ' ; 1. 1 1 1 . -J ,; i-in t 11." 1 ...m-iir viif. .2V1...1I: y,)ei. T.-.i, j . , 'j'h l iti ! ' -at '! .-ni at t"- r .,if tu t iii-n'i ' ir. fr;t y. . v U y .'! ! t'a' f 1 ' .. ' : t, tit it i: Sri t a Utiriiili'T i HirroT. tl1 1 "T 'U III if. rlMMn Baby. W tow-hPHiUnl baby, I.Ike a biiitnr ball. Half Ini'llm-d tu luUKhtrr, , Half lurllni'd to miin, DiiiiiIni In your I'llmua, Iiiiiii In your chin: lmka II ten dud hinl mailo ynd . , , Tu put dluiiU' lu! ' t Lnnka Ilk OimI hud miuln ynu, Itnly pnly boy, Willi ynur nmuih R-.ucki'r K.vin a-daiici' with jny, Juki to carry tlliiuiU'H. W'hiit huva ynu n pain? Piur, audi twlnty fuiia Am u alun of ruin. Half a IiiukIi. half crylnir, Dnn't know what to do, C3iiIiIiik. ki ibhlou. hU-IiIiik, Ti'll you. Inihy: Vnii Btlik llko that to nuillli-r Always when in dnubl All tho yi'ivrH nf nil ynur llf And you can't Ini-e nut, - Houston Tost. A Bird Tragedy. "I was sitting on the back veranda, sewing, ono bright morning Inst week," said a lady living In a seeond Mory flat, "when something flew t-wiftly past me, almost within reach. Startled, I glanced up just In timo to see a beautiful robin alight under iho eaves of tho house opposite. A long straw In his mouth showed mo he was busily at work building a nest. "As I sat watching, his mate hopped in sight from under, tho hidden roof, nnd seemed ' most Interested In the building process, to which In the mean timo the builder had added bits of wool and straw. Much pleased with his progress, my llttlo friend hopped upon a branch of a maple tree close by and poured forth a short strain. "Suddenly a small boy strolled along and, espying the bird, stepped into tho road and gathered a few peb bles. Advancing stealthily, he crept closer to the little songster, and in breathless anxiety I watched him fling the stone. O, happy chance! A breath of air at that moment lifted tho branch, and the stono went wide o:' its mark. The llttlo nest builder, startled by the missile, flew off Into tho distance; but, after sailing in mid-air for a moment or two, he re turned and lit upon a neighboring roof. "Again the boy took aim, and again I awaited in breathless s uspense; but this timo the aim proved too true! There was a fluttering of little wings and all was still. "Alas! thought I, for the snug little half built nest under the eaves which was never to be completed, and, alas! for the mother bird that would wait in vain for her mate's return " Making a Cork Walk. Lots and lots of boys ar.d frlris rnvo seen a match box, a horse fly, a Ftone fence, nnd even a board walk, lut we v.ro pretty sure that very few Cork Walking Down the Board. ot you havo ever seen a cork walk. Stiu, under certain circumsiuuces, a cork can walk, and this Is the wav to bring about that unusual speciuele. (let as larw a cork as you can find, nnd stick sido by side In ono end a pair of flat-headed nails. Then get two forks and Insert them, one in each side, ruv.r the other end of thi cork, as shown in the picture. Now get a ttrip of wood f.air or hve leel long ar.d client twit Ini hi v. hie. and n;a!;- nn Inclim i plane of it by piling books or Imixck uiel'T ore :id. I'l'jce tho cork on this, slnmliiig ! on Its rail b with one fork !ri:.," in: down tin elth T sii of tlie i-trip i.l wmi !. Start the f';: '.: i '. f'-i.m Kile io aide, ami you will M-e tl.e r-ork v alk j ikily il iwn the board, l ul inc r i.Iit ,'.t.v.n Kt iff legged lilt! it. is on its nail h it. Parlor MajX. To fill lth Mi.'.ke two appnr't.tly errptv liittle Kino out one Im .1 1 ! , l:h liarti-horn and anottn-r litil with rpiril)' of nalti; tii1. brine t. !i:t!e v-i; tii-r. nvuMi to nwni'h; both will at once be fl!!-d with ),ti aHir. Thf !ir in question pr 1 ene:xid f -aI amrroiiia'' a filid ! 11 j. ir -i.i rat-d l.y Ibe union of two ii: Ifcibb- e' ' I T ttitai.i fr- from at r Tl.r'- r rrtia'l qua it-r of jKi't- i ,;n m t) e urfi'f of a lit'!" fcti-r in a bsi- i. ln.re;:at. ly a pi'-e-foln'ed farrt' n I ' rf irr..;u'--1. A.y !'iii-.t w,il t-t the qnnt'ity f ir viat .f '(- n p"t:ii,en;. f it a ..tiiJ !. To tit a iny a tiio-ii? ai-tvar-ane 1aJ.- hb.f a .iiit .f f..ri' t.-a t itic; rpi,-4 i. I u a I'tii- .'u! .f alt fh It lii to a lai-it.. 'bii -1 it m f;r, atid tt wi'i l.a tti- f't i tial.itie t hk te-.t. t Tin f' at u.'1-t b il'iii' d in a 7. f at- a ard . "tt '1 Ttl- a i L ' r-; j-t t any ono draw any card that h may clKK-iO aud afterwarl put It lu the pack, but so that you may know where to find It at pleasure; then lake a piece of wax and put It under the thumb nail of your bund and fasten hair to your thumb and tho oilier end of tho hair to the card; then spread tho pack of cards iiimui on the tablo ami say "Come forth!" aud tho caiu will jump out of tho puck, Magle breath Half till a alasa tum bler with lime water; breathe Into It frequently, al the sumo time stirring It with a piece of glass. Tho fluid, which before waa perfectly transpa rent, will .-presently . ticronio quit white, and, If allowed to remain at rest, real chalk will be delimited. ' 'Td produce Instantaneous light up on Ice Throw upon Ice a sniull piece of potassium, and It will burnt luto a bright Hume. , .To Jlght a lamp with a pleco of too --Attach a piece ot potassium of tho size of a small shot to the wick of a lamp; have also ready a pleco of loo, with which, when you touch the po tr.sslum, the lamp will bhue Immedi ately, To perform tho experiment, place the lamp upon the table before the audience. Question the Indies as to what means they generally employ to light their lamps. If they answer in the usual way, you may respond that on know a much better plan, ftulso tho lamp, that they may per ceive that It Is not lighted; then take tho Ice and touch tho potassium, which will blaze Instantaneously. Ad vise the ladles to try tho experiment at home when they wish to light their lamps. Diamond. A Tripod on a Tea Table. Some time, when tea Is luto and tho family Is all about tho tablo waiting, The Tripod Complete. vou may surprise all by a very clover Mid at tho same time Biniple aud easy tries. Take a napkin ring and through It pass three forks with the points up ward and rest their handles on the table. Spread the tops of tho forks p. part and Inside them placo a plate. or any round dish which will lit wltli '.y, the space they afford. This will surely lock the whole thing, and a heavy dish may bo placed upon tho plate without fear of its being broken. Pretty Parlor Game. Frr.m red or pink tissue paper cut ars,'inoninn nnd" 'rfhlaM' rrrsc- leaves until you havo enough to make an Im mense, full-blown roiie that will fit in a large salad bowl. Arrange these to make the flower as perfect as possible. To as many of tho leaves as there aro guests tie green baby ribbon, which must hang over the outside of tho bowl. At the bottom of each leaf thus prepared fasten a slip of paper on which is written a prophecy of somo kind. For Instance, on one write "You will havo a long, happy life;" on an other, "You will soon go on a journey across water." A pretty fancy Is to have a ring fastened to one of them which will fall to the one who receives tho slip ot paper on which Is written "All things that are good fall to you." When these arc all arranged each guest takes ono of tho tiny ribbons hanging at the side of the bowl and they give a quick pull all together, which scatters tho leaves In all direc tions, leaving them dangling In tho ha.ids of those who bold the ribbon at the other end. The mottoes may bo comic or sonti nier.tnl. In either caso they afford ph nty of fun, as they must be read els ud. Boya Should Learn. To l.ingh; to run; to swim; to bo u it; to make a fire; to Im punctual; lo do an errand; to cut kindlings; to ring. If they can; lo help their moth err ; lo hang up their bats; to respect ll'.elr teachers; lo hold their heads net; lo m w on llielr own bullous; in wipe their ImkiIk on the mat; to :-p' ak pleasantly to older iiersons; tu net e ry varment in its proper place; lo remove tl.i ir hats ujion entering a li.uite; lo nt'end strictly lo their own j Im ii i-h: to be as kind and helpful to 1 1 l.i ir : isti rs as lo other Ikj)' aisUra. I'liliiuli Iphia li.,.i rer. A Pin and Coin Trick. Il. re I., a very iltup'f little IrirV, 'wh.rh lMil.a fiol al all eay and quite How ta Ho'd te Coif. .5 if ib- tl"irmT n.tji-t very I IririKil. Tal a liiuf fun, a ', itf t ir a In I l'."t.r. ui, pt k it i I ) mi ,i K '). -nii"- if m .ir i.- tm i't,iT i'i" f lb ei,in n!:-i.. V't mar bold fi.- nnn tiri'.r in c!. iei i'in if J"ii l-r'.-a f.rn.ly lth 'iv. blow fTT.:- 'r r!n'" p- -r i ''r- 'if 'i t- ' n. at. 4 It "! f t. , ,f ,ii ar--''!. r-t"itr l'h .... . -. t v J. . . ''Mt"tJ t-"'P ff'tti 'i art- i n tat Beaumont, First University Curriculum. Tho first appearance of anything approaching a. university curriculum, said Frof. K. A. Card tier in an address at University college, London, oc curred in ancient Athens during Its jijost nourishing period. Tho "ephe "b!," 'as the "undergraduates were called, were organized on a military system. The university calendar was published annually. It was Inscribed on marble slabs, and sit up in tho market place of the city. The slabs contained a complete list of the ma triculated undergraduates of each year, and were documents of the high est importance, for all the political nnd civil rights of an Athenian citi zen depended upon tho appearance of bis name on that register. As the Dreams Go Singing By. minis no Hislits- but nilKe tin' ciiitnin- 11 t lie Ki-lltle lAillKilt Kli'lll TIiiiiukIi tin- mom: lis alow iiiiiirOiln All i!u iIiij'h ImiK wuunil ilu'h I. (ill. What tlim.rii m.Miiliii? winil was crinl. Ciiini', ln-.irt'M m-ii.-iure. i-easc lu fciisli. To my faiuy lire ami fiK'l Ah tin: ilivaniH i;o nlnijinir by. What thouisli rmonilny bum wiin hiiininis? See! 'I'll'' bIohiiiIiiW brlni; Hi"' p n'-i flllll tin' huiiiiiy I.eart'M ilml y-.i iniiix. 1'nr llii ilnar ilsiy I;;iIIIm i-i-iiw. Tliousli wu'rn l i isj" uri'll, lu tin- kIiiiimiIiim We lmiy liullil "ur catli'H liit.li. KIiik U"'l'i IIiioukIiou; Uii'iii roani- Ah Uie flr.iims K' kIusoik by. P.lvi' mi llioimlit to vuln tn-rni i-row. - '. Suiii y l in I I niiwH tmnisht ! .; J I- nii.l.!i li art '.hut mIkIis nn.l Horr.iH. I .. .. r I II nf f:i I, v I'liillii' I Juit tu linr.i r tluiH Pir :!. ih ar r.-im-v limit ami yu ami I. J-.i: I In Im", mill li"l'". iiti'l pray, near A t'ie 'In unit :to m.iicIiik l y -Sli nny .Ma nil Haul! 111 N. w l'rn k I'rias. Take Exercise Dady. The first thing i iled to keep the ".If siie? healthy and Mrung and the . nri.iiiH ori'iins In good working or- I ner Is a c rtain amount of exercise j li'ken every i!ay. Regularly taken ex- ! i rclse plrengthetiM the bes:rt. thereby coining that grei.1. organ lo pump Hi"' fluid: of the bixl) lo the remotest cor I n-rs u rid ilr ri by Improving nutrition , sil.d causing ail Hie other iiiiih to do ; I. ir nalur.'l work and to l ike a d-- ii-.-iit to to .peak, lu doing their i!a luial v.ori.. Men aa Aelrtstfi. .'.ip-in U.a l ! hiiuiiI brilllnnt r t.rs. but. hiratig" ly ih-miIi. be li r-U no itik.'iui' ii.' i t alr-:es. Wesn'ti'i pnrt at- .l.iv I l.y ire n. iid in 1 t - lb ritly it. t'. Jap aiii-e U.ji uli'i are ,'e it.-.I l-r a .l.-::-e r..;. -r rr" l.p.iisM it" nirly :,l lii i K t- of Hie I' ll. Ilitl" '" ': lid.' thai liny at-- n.nlv ay !ii tli-ir ! 'i ' Ii' beve a'-'i'i.l' I :.H 'be i fal I'liiie lara . j Lullan's T:t. 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Re f member that you get the Picture Free.-1 It is suitably mounted for framing, or looks well without frame. .Try the Enterprise a month I' and you will be glad of it. j& j& ADDRESS ENTERPRISE rUBLISHiNG LOUSIANA - VBA'THE- This Train will leave Shreveport Sept. 12th at 4:45 p. m., and arrive St. Louis 11:30 next morning. No change of cars, and Cotton Belt all the way. Sept. 14th is Louisiana day. This will be the greatest day for us. Everyone should go, so jjo and help to swell the crowd. For this day a rate of $11.70 has been put on. This will allow you seven days in St, Louis. Shreveport is the rendezvous as Louisiana Day Spec ial will start from here, so ash for your tichet via Shreveport and the Cotton Belt, and be with Louisi ana's best people. This train will carry, through Pullman Cars, Dining Car, and our handsome Chair Cars. Further information will be cheerfully furnished by L. P. SMITH, T. P. A., 218 Milam Street, Shreveport, La. K. C. Texarkana & World's Fair Route ...0... ST.LOUIvS Through Sleepers Via. ShreVeport and I ...Dining Car Service... M - aa i a t . This Train Leaves A. m. uatiy Arriving in St. Loois Next Morning. Double Daily Service to Kansas Ctty. Through Buffct Sleepers C. L.SU IVDELL, C?nL Pa. ArL tit Texas. DAY SPECIAL S. Ry. Fort Smilli Ry. g Wiihout Change Coltcn "Belt Route. R- A. M0P.RIS. City Pas. a Tichet Afct.