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THE CELINA DEMOCRAT, CELINA, OHIO
Love and Automobiles I tcopyrlglit. 1UU. "by W, By Alvah Jordan Garth '8 U. Chapman.) "Where In tlic right sort of o girl?" challenged Hartley. "I'm nt Hca an to an Ideal thus fr,M "Well, what do you think of Uncle Peter's tiltlnmtum?" questioned Uan eoiii Drake of his companion und coi nln, Hartley Dunn. The latter nhrugged his shoulders lightly. Ho was u plucid sort of an in dividual. '"My dear Ransom," he pronounced In bis usual even tones, "I uui lead Inir u sunny, peaceful existence all alone by myself. I propose to con tlnUo It." 'You mean yon won't take the hint." "Decidedly not." "Then I am left alone In the con tout. I don't exactly know about my self. You see, the bonus, so to speak, Is alluring In a way. Twenty thousand dollars Isn't to be sneezed at." "I don't know that when you con slder the risk a "fellow runs," submitted Hartley quite seriously. "Most of the fellows who have marriwd out of our set have not fared so happily In their entry Into conjugal life." "They didn't pick the right sort of a girl, you see." "Well, I'm not at sen as to an Ideal." coufessed Drake, "but she must be In evidence somewhere. Oh, you're not so Imperious as you choose to pretend ! Your fate will come along some tine day nnd you'll turn out as sentimental ns the rest of mankind. Come, go far SA 'Is tZ- "Five nines!" proclaimed Hartley with an agreeable chuckle. "You're conscripted and I'm the lucky one.' I owe It to that little machine ahead, IHXTJ. Hint last nine saved me, Speed up, I want to see who my bene factor Is." "Benefactress, you mean. It'll n girl, lovxdy, too, a novice at the wheel though. Thunder!" The exclamation wan fervent. The sweet faced girl In the machine now directly aligned with that which Bart ley drove, had curved past the central :::; line of safety, preparatory to turning . M It IfilM-Wkl Tiiii el...s. .ti,..wl(n An it in t , ,i tint 1111:11 a ni" ruiiiK vua circled Into the main thoroughfare from the opposite direction. In a (lash the quick eye of Hartley took In the situation. The coming car was a powerful one and glided directly for the smaller vehicle. Contact would absolutely crush the minor machine, while the one Hartley drove had a firm resistance power. The girl at the whe'el saw her dan ger, set the brakes and Hartley half balled with a superb mastery of his machine. Then he shot In front of her and slowed again a barrier, a shield. 1'ale and trembling the young girt traced the laaneuvreT Irtish 1 Hoth of the large machines had shut down speed, but- they met almost squarely. The one who would have pounced down upon the helpless girl lost fender and lamps. The windshield of the one Burtley drove was shat tered to fragments. Drake sheltered his face with his arm. Hartley caught a shower of the flying debris, bringing the blood to a half dozen pluces on his face. "Fix up with that man," spoke Bart ley and he leaped from the machine. The girl In the small auto was sway Ing. He feared she was fainting. The street was becoming blocked. As he stepped Into the machine beside her she moved to the other seat. "You did that for me !" she said sim ply, and the tones, the glance of her grateful eyes thrilled this self-avowed avolder of womankind. "The address, filease?" he said In a masterful tone, threading his way out of the mussed machines and curious onlookers. "Bellevue Terrace 92," she told him. "You risked all that for me !" she said again, und udmlration, loyal and true showed In her expressive face. "Why, see! you are bleeding." His coat sleeve was dripping. For the first moment he noted where a sharp splinter of glass had cut a deep gash across one wrist. You must come Into the house at once," persisted Ruth Devlin anxious ly. "I'apu is a physician and I I can help." She did help, a gentle, able assistant to her kind-faced father in preparing lint and lotion as the Injured arm was treated. "Not this evening!" mimicked Ran som Drake a week later. "You've said that for three evenings hand running. What's the attraction?" The Ideul you told me I would find somewhere, and I have," answered Bartley Dunn reverently. TUT Th r-KJSTTK T fTV T ITs im H a U tt & it yS M Gave Them On of His Characteristic Tfllkings-To. enough anyway to make a search for an 'Ideal. We'll decide who starts first on a single throw." "All right. Walt till we get home. We'll leave It to the dice box best of three throws." "We don't have to wait," declared tne irrepressible Druke. "We 11 play a game of poker." "Without cards?" "Oh ! we don't need those at all." "What are you driving at?" "The latest resource of the motor ist, Improvised with gaming mate. rials." "And that is?" "Filling your hand with numbers se lected from fie automobile license tags. Thus : 7e'll drive slowly. The first auto that Passes us is yours. Say the license number Is 43979. Good, you till your 'hand.' I select next. Then you. Say your second draw is 94213. Naturally, choosing the highest numer als, you draw ttiat third nine, discard ing one of the first selections. At die end of thfl third draw we com pare. If you Have four nines and only three six( say, you're the win ner. . The loser Is the one selected to try his fate ffrst In hunting for wife." Both the yotfbg fellows In the auto mobile were gentlemen of leisure. Rich old Unci 6 Jasper Thorpe had cared prodigal for them, for they were his only near relatives in the world and he doted on them. They were fine, wet', behaved young men, but had fallen ?hto the rut of unevent ful club life, passing their time' more comfortably then Industriously. . "I've made up my mind that you will deteriorate into old bachelors," their kind, but whimsical old relative had said one duy, "unless you start soon to fix your attention each upon some estimable young lady," and then he gate 'them one of his characteristic talklngs-to, ending with a fiat, an ulti matum, and a bonus fortune thrown In as a bait. They were to marry within the year. The first one doing so was to receive an extra $30,000 to start out with, the best equipped home that sum could buy. . Just now the self-satisfied, light- hearted young men were far inoro en grossed In their game of poker than In any serious thoughts as to their marital future. The snlendlri mnehlnn rolled on leisurely while they "filled' their hands," rather captivated with the novel method of doing so without cards. It grew really Interesting as the last draw was presented. Bartley was no gambler, but he appreciated the ex citement of contest. He had three nines in his hand, a two and a seven. He half guessed that his adversary was drawing to what In poker par l;.'ice was known as a "sequence." A light pretty machine flashed by. An unwonted animation showed In his face. . . i "Confound it 1" muttered Drake with a disappointed countenance, "my cal culations are broken. I had one, two, three, four. I hoped for a five, drew a four and show only one pair,'' whats th USE f THINKIN ABOUT TH' WAR War Does Not Seem to Vorry Washington People WASHINGTON. We may bo ut war, but It really doesn't seem to be serious business. Everyone In Washington seems to be going along with no very serious thoughts about war, and about everybody is engaged in some sort of war work, writes a well-known news paper correspondent. Perhups it Is too womanly, but It does seem to me that war Is grave and serious business. No one In Washing ton seems to think that way. They take It as a matter of course. "Walt until the first casunlty list comes In," an ofllcer told me. He seemed to think that would wake the city up to the horrors of war, but I am beginning to doubt whether these men and women who are carrying on the war will ever get the truly horrible Impression of war that the people of Europe have. War today seems to be a distant and foreign undertaking to most Wash lngtonlnns. The city Is too far awny from Europe to ever really realize that our men and beys are going to suffer horrible things. They can never bring mnny wounded back here to Washington, and they will probably never bring bodies back. There will never be a funeral cortege across the great bridge over the Potomac to Arlington, where other dead heroes of the nation are laid away. I have wondered since I have been here if America isn't going to suffer too much because she is too far away from the front line trenches to ever know what her men are actually undegoing. American women have given their sons, and It seems to be the duty of the government to take Just the best care of these American boys. Perhaps they are doing it, but everyone I have talked to has talked only of guns and troops and shells, and none have said anything of souls or bodies or young lives. War Is not In women's vocabulary. She suffers too much from war to be able to face It. But Washington is all war, everyone talks and eats war. It wears terribly on a woman. I am heartsick and weary of war talk and I am going back to a little house on the Schuylkill, in the shadow of the bat tlefields of old, and see if I can forget amid the peace of Valley Forge the horrors of the war across the seas. GREAT WAR CROP OF APPLES FOR PEOPLE OF THE NATION SOON It Will Equal Two Bushels for Every Person in the Country. Special Efforts Will Be Made to Handle Fruit Without Any Lose May Find Help Shortage In Some Places Staples to Allies. SHE MADE HIM TAKE IT BACK Moved to Righteous Anger by Stolen Kiss, Maiden Inflicts Severe Penalty on Offender. 'I couldn't help It, papa." She looked up into his face with her frank blue eyes,, and it was Impossible to doubt her. 'But you didn't seem to be protest ing very much," said the old gentleman. "But It was so sudden that I coulc not," she insisted. "Tell me about It," he said. "Well, he adopted a very clever ruse, you see. He got me to look the other way, and then, before I knew it, he kissed me on the cheek." "The scoundrel!" "It was wrong of him, of course." "What did you do then?" "I was very angry ; I told him It was an Insult." "Indeed It was, and you should have ordered him to leave the house. Did you?" "No, no; not exactly." "Well, what did you do?" "I told him it was an Insult, and that he must take It back." "And then 7"- "He was taking it back when you came In and saw him." Presence of Cranks Worries Capital Officials BIG men and big offices the world over are pestered by cranks. It Is in the nature of things. Washington has known this before. But the present situation surpasses anything yet known. The flood of cranks constitutes one of the real problems of guarding war time Washington. The nuts constantly keep the secret service men and the metropolitan police worried and on the Jump. Despite its amusing features, the problem is grimly serious, for In it al ways lurks the potential peril to the president Garfield and McKlnley were murdered by cranks. Since the United States entered the great war, the psychopathic ward of the Washington Asylum hospital has been receiving an average of one nut a day nuts who are literally "crazy about the war." Of late this average has increased enough to worry the guardians of the capltol. In the last month about 84 cranks were seized by the police and sent to "the nut factory" for mental examination. Fifty-four were finally sent to the Government Hospital for the Insane. "Since April," said a Washington police officer recently, "every large city In the country has been getting complaints about men and women who have been unbalanced by the excitement of the war. But the situation is particularly acute In Washington because Washington is the official seat of war operations in the United States and because the president's life is en dangered by some of the fanatics." When a crank becomes violently convinced that war is what Sherman sad It was, he immediately steps on a train to Washington If he can raise the money. Many of them come great distances to give President Wilson some "inside dope." They Insist that their information is strictly confidential so confldental, in fact, that the police let them keep their secrets behind the bars of an observation cell. A Windsor Castle. Windsor castle is near the town of Windsor, In Berkshire, England, 23 miles from London. Windsor Is one of the most ancient towns In England, dating from the early middle ages. The castle was erected by William the Con queror. It was originally the site of a Roman settlement and has figured In English history In many Important picturesque and tragic ways. Many of the kings of England are buried be neath the royal chapel at Windsor, In cluding King Edward VII, who was burled there In May, 1910. The castle, surrounded by spacious and magnifi cent grounds, has been the chief resi dence of English sovereigns for many centuries. Telling Fortunes by Candles. To tell fortunes by candles: Name pair of bayberry candles, one for the man and one for the girl. Light them and If they burn evenly and smoothly the pair will wed and live happily ever afterward. But If one sputters and smokes and goes out you may be sure there will be many vexa tions In their course of true love. If one candle burns more quickly than the other It augers HI for the match. Truth Survives. What Is true cannot be made truer. The world may question it and attack It and "hawk at it and tear it," but It will survive. 'It makes no difference either how humble the source from which the truth may emanate. It Is not question of authority. If It Is truth. It may come from a carpenter of Nasa- reth or from an attic In the Latin quarter; sooner or later all the world will accept It. Lester F. Ward. Friendship of Early Manhood Remains Unbroken WAY back In the nineties Ray Lyman Wilbur was a dignified senior In Le land Stanford university, nt the same time that Herbert C. Hoove, then n big, gawky, mining student, was a Junior. Both students were earning their awn way through school, and Incident ally just about running the school at the same time, according to reports. Hoover got himself elected financial manager of all athletics, with a small salary for his work, and thus added to bis email Income. This was one time when contrasts did not draw to each other. Neither man was brilliant or flashy both had to dig for what they got, and neither had time to go in for the fraternity crowds. Unconsciously they formed a silent partnership based upon absolute trust and confidence in each other. Clear down through all the years since the two students were graduated this partnership has continued, sometimes separated by half the distance around the earth. Letters were regular and often. When Doctor Wilbur was elected president of his old university, Leland Stanford, he called his partner, then away over in England, and had him elected to the board of directors. And so they ran the university. Now Herbert C. Hoover, food administrator of the United States, has reversed the case and called his old partner to his assistance. Doctor Wilbur la to head the food conservation department, while Hoover heads the food control department Thus continues the friendship, never a question when the other calls, each ready to give up everything to go to the other, with not a thought of material gain, for more than 30 years without a strain or friction. Just an Incident Common in All Large Cities THERE were half a dozen ragged and very poor-looking little children on the sidewalk Just In front of the exit of an open-air motion picture place. They had a fine chance to see free of all charge the wonders of a movie drama advertised far and wide, as produced by a million-dollar corporation, with billion-dollar stars and trillion-dollar scenic effects. As a thriller It was the ultimate of all ultlmates, and the little ragged boys and girls stood there gloriously enthralled, yet they were getting their movie thrills In scraps, Just as they get their clothes, their food, their everything In life. Then along came Rough Circum stance In the form of Bluecoat No. He isn't what would be termed a neat-looking policeman, as his blouse was open and he was chewing gum, But he was on the lob. He saw the little ragged children, ana, arter mreai- enlng to "run 'em all in," he fanned at one of them with his stick, kicked at another and drove them off, as they will be driven off by everyone, probably, until the end of time. Like that dear little poor boy in the uicuens dook. someone will always be asking them to move on. After havln? Derformed this duty, Bluecoat No. stood at tne open exit himself and was Joined later by three chauffeurs and two large men who had nothing else to do. They took the places of the ragged children. Ten minutes later the chauffeurs had gone, and the loafers also, but Bluecoat was there all right only he was eating peanuts and had gone Inside the pla:e. Unreasonable. Divorce Lawyer Your husband re fuses you the common necessities of life? Fair Client He even kicked about your retaining fee. CONDENSATIONS There are 139,955 motorcars In Kan ias. Africa Is three times larger than Eu rope. There are 10,000,000 negroes In the United States. Grasshoppers have been found at tea 1,200 miles from any land. The latest Idea for speeding up the automobile calls for propellers In addi tion to the usual gear to help It over the ground In 1869 the airbrake was Invented. The trade name kodak was coined In 1888. Shoes, furniture and rice are In de mand at Tunis, Africa. Since the outbreak of the war, elec tric steel cranes have been growing in number. The first charge of dynamite, as the explosive is now known, was prepared In 1808. Aluminum kitchen utensils can be brightened by boiling tomato, parings them. In. order that we may help win th war against autocracy, Americans must do everything possible to fur ulsh sullicient food to help our fighting allies. We must eut more perishable and semlperlshahle food ut home In order that the staple articles, such as wheat, may be sent abroad In great amounts. In a couple of weeks we will begin harvesting apples all over the country. This Is a war crop. It will amount to two bushels for every man, woman and child In the United States. The moth) this year Is: "Kat an apple and send a biscuit." War conditions also confront the apple growers, fir there Is a scarcity of pickers, an careful preparations must now be made to see that this crop Is ull safely harvested and put Into storage. Now Is the time to be gin organizing picking crews In every apple growing section. A survey of the situation shows that the farmer will need co-operation from business men in the towns and cities round about at which he trades, and which have Just as great an Interest In this crop as the farmer himself. This is emergency organization work to be taken up Immediately by chambers of commerce, boards of trade, state and county councils of defense, and busi ness men generally. The labor supply to harvest this crop exists right In the cities adjacent to the apple orchards In most cases, but the draft and demands of fac tories and railroads for labor have disturbed the normal supply of work ers upon which thp farmer usually draws, and It is necessary to recruit new kinds of workers. People who have never regarded themselves as ap ple pickers may this year be asked to go to the orchards and help get In the crop for patriotic reasons. The organization work should take the form of an immediate survey of labor resources to see where a picking force Is to be recruited. Stores and factories can often release clerks and workmen for this service If notified in time. Families who would like a week or two of vacation In the country with light, healthy outdoor work at satisfac tory wages, may also be Induced to Join the picking army. It has been sug gested that the schools might he open ed later this year so that boys and girls can be sent to the orchards, but this will not be necessary In nil cases. One very good source of pickers can be found among the women's organiza tions of this country, which are all keenly interested in helping In any practical patriotic work. Much Is heard about the scarcity of labor, but there is not as great a scar city as most people Imagine. Workers upon whom the farmer depends In or dinary times have simply been shifted Into other occupations, nnd war condi tions demnnd that business men step In, locnte other classes of workers who can be shifted to the orchards for this emergency and see that the farmer has plenty of help. There will prohnhly be some diffi culty in harvesting the apple crop with these volunteer workers, many of whom have no experience at the work. Perishable fruit must be handled care fully to prevent injury to the skin and bruises. These would later cause de cay when the apples go Into storage. The principles of careful fruit pick ing are very simple, and easily under stood. If the farmer can start with two or three experienced pickers and spend a little time explaining good picking methods to his volunteers he should get excellent results, for these volunteers, while new to the work, will also be people of good average Intelli gence, and the war emergency will ap peal to their interest so that they will be more than ready to help harvest the crop skillfully. Apple growers are advised to get In touch with the business organizations in their nearest town, ask that help be given in securing pickers and report the number of pickers needed by them selves. One of the greatest difficul ties in organizing harvest hands for any crop is that of gathering accurate Information as to how many helpers are needed on each farm and in each township. For lack of such informa tion it very often happens that one township will be handicapped because It is without sufficient helpers and a township twenty-five or thirty miles away will have a surplus of workers. By ascertaining in advance Just how many workers will be needed lo each locality, business organizations will be able to recruit a sufficient force LIQUID BLUET No, Mr Grocer, that's mostly water. Since the war started it's more nearly aU ator than ever. Oive me Red Cross Ball Blue, that's a 'two-ounce package of real goodness. You should see my clothes. 1 just can't keop from smiling out loud. Adv. Imitating the Prodigal. A young wife remonstrated with her husband, a dissipated spendthrift. "Love," said he, "I am like the prodi gal hod ; I shall reform by and by." "I will be like the prodigal son, too," she replied, "for I tdmll a rim; and go to my futher." The enthusiast who dives to the bot tom of pleasure brings up more gravel than pearls. Many a man dislocates his common sense when he falls In lnv. BELIEVES 8TOMACH TROUBLE. Your happluess and your peace audi power in the world are all o matter of health. The health almost always de pends upon the condition of the trtoin ach. PKl'S-AID always relieves atom ach trouble. Sold by druggists In 25 cent CO cent ud dollar ttlzes. Adv. A Teetotal Loos. Mrs. Clubb This article says that the reputation of the colonists fur obe dience went overboard at the Boston tea party. Mr. Cluhlv Yes, and a lot Of other reputations have gone overboard at tea parties Klnce-Judge. Facts are 'stubborn things that never apologize. The crusty old bachelor If consistent would make his own bread. EZB2 Honest Advertising TII3 It a topic we all bear now-a-days because bo many people are In clined to exaggerate. Yet bas any physician told you that we claimed unreasonable remedial properties for Fletcher's Castoria? Just ask them. We won't answer it oursalves, we know what the answer will be. That It bas all the virtues to-day that was claimed for it in its early day is to be found in its increased use, the recommendation by prominent physicutna, and our assurance that its standard will be maintained. Imitations are to be found in some stores and only because of the Ca toria that Mr. Fletcher created. But it b not the genuine Castoria that Mr. Fletcher Honestly advertised. Honestly placed before the public, and front which he Honestly expects to receive his reward. . l Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of eyS&4cJuM IMI'miHI'P,H3'Ml".l'."Mll JMJTBW.U.Lmil'lUWW..i. XWTWmM I f Raise High Priced Wheat on Fertile Canadian Soil Canada extends to you a hearty invita- 1 a.: d. it i rnrr 11 i 51 nun iu bciue uii net r ivcc nomeneaa lands of 1 60 acres each or secure some of the low priced lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta. This year wheat U higher but Canadian land just as cheap, so the opportunity is more at tractive than ever. Canada wants you to help feed the world by tilling some of her fertile soil land similar to that which during many years ha averaged 20 to 45 bushels of wheat to the acre. Think of the money you can make with wheat around 92 a bushel and land so easy to get. Wonderful yields also Of Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming in Western Canada is as profitable an industry as growing. The Government this year is asking farmers to put la creased acreage into grain. There is a great demand for farm labor to replace the many young men woo have volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and churches convenient. Write lor literature as to reduced railway rates to Supt. of Immi grauon, Ottawa. Can., or to W. S. Nethsry, Room 82, Internrban Station Bids., Columbus. O ; J. M. MmcLacoiu, 215 Tracu'on-Teruuaal Bldg., Indionapolu, lnd. Canadian Government Agents .TtTrrTiTrsftmWaW'T I ARE SAMPLING THE UNITED STATES With HEXINE VEGETABLE COMPOUND, acknowledged wherever used to be the very beat remedy for Indigestion. Constipation, and sll Stomach and Bowel troubles. Sarhples make cus tomers they are our most effective advertising. Pure, wholesome Koota and Barks; sent ;n dry powder form for convenience In mailing. Jnat mix iu a baif pint of water and take ao cording to directions. A letter or post card brings you a half pint sample by return BUL Hundreds of testimonials. Write today. TILE HEXINE CO., Box K, Camden, ilalue. He Didn't Care. A inn n pushed his way hurriedly into thi subway at ISroolilyn bridge In New York. In his haste he collided with another man, who was not too hot to fight. "Look where you're going," shouted the militant as he grabbed the other. "I'm going to knock your block off." "I should worry. I was caught in the draft," said the other with an air of resignation. The man who wanted to fight laughed, while everybody In the car joined In. Protein and Fat Two of the princlpul food elements are protein and fat Soja Beans con tain more protein and more fat than either Navy Beans, potatoes, wheat flour, lean beef, milk or eggs. Alice Pork und Beans are a deli cious combination of Soja and Navy Beans. Try them. Adv. God Won't Mind. Location Nousteani-heated resi dence in city on shore of fog-haunted I'a'eific. Outside dense fog rolling in from the ocean ; wind howling, j Time Midsummer evening. Scene Little Jackie, five years old, being put to bed by sister several years older. Youngster in his nightie, shiv ering. Stster Alice (considerately) Jackie, you can kneel In bed and I will cover your shoulders with the blankets while you say your prayers. Jackie promptly springs Into bed, nnd soon feeling quite comfortable, kneeling In supplication, he turns his head slightly toward his sister, with ii whisper: "Alice, do you think this is fair?" Los Angeles Times. i When Money Talks. "Tour candidate seems to have some anility, but he 'murders the king's Eng. llah." "Don't let that worry yon," answered the practical politician. "He has a bank roll that speaks half a dozen, languages 'fluently." Obvious Thing. "Afe the Illustrations In papers and magazines reduced In costT" "No ; why should they bet" "Aren't the furnished to cot rrlcps?" On the Casualty List A gallant infantry ollicer who had faced a hundred perils and returned home from furlough without a scratch met with misfortune the first night home, says London Tit-Bits. In the black darkness of a side street he col lided with a porter's barrow and sus tained n broken arm. The limb healed tBcely, but so long as It reposed In a sling the owner was pestered with kind Inquiries from admiring friends who were blissfully unaware of the real cause of the Injury. The limit was reached one day when he encountered a former business rival, who nt once alluded to the now hateful subject: "By Jove, old fellow, I envy you with that eloquent testimony of your prowess. In what action did you come by It?" "Hang It, sir," was the testy reply, "can't you read the blessed war news for yonrself ?" Pan. They have a new game out at Fort Harrison called "pan," and played with an ordinary pie pan, says the Indian apolis News. Such a pan, when sailed correctly, has all the floating quality of an airplane, and with a little prac tice may be sailed fast and straight for a distance of 1,000 feet. 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