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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS Volume VIII OSCAR MITCHELL SORE WINNER HE HAS MADE LARGE GAINS Temperance Rallies Throughout tne County Havo. Increased Chance aa People Understand That He Is Only Temperance Candidate In too Voting. Political prospects may ov- nigJvt and therefore jproginositica- ttiona of last week may be upset be- draen Saturday and, Monday. There Jhaa undoubtedly been a obamige of sen 4toent among certain, classes of vot- ftam staoe last Priomy.amd .that ohang hoar been to favor of Oscar Mitchell's candidacy, -wfcoae nomination is tiree- fty predicted. This Is tcudioaited by ad- of workers (or the other ttout Mr. Mitchell, always strong has made beavy 4Bdna in fthe country districts in the vaat week. Temperance Rallies. That temperance Tallies last week bad on important upon tbe actuation is ackmowitedgied by ftriemds of all and ral- Uea have increased if mot made car- takv chHOiceB of nomination of Os- car MitchwH. About tihirty of these roUlee were held last week, amd at re .thrown from their auto Mrs. Russell, who is afoout 80 yiears old, being seriously taunt, Mr severely injured and a young lady having hear hand out opem. The accident was witaneseed b a mumber of Clearfielders, aim on were William H. Pattersom- and fan fiy. Mr. Patterson says he the accidesat was caused by She burst- First Trap Shoot. On Saturday Gun eMb its first eoaitcJi at the kk Poke's bottom, the> scores being! what ibwt giving promise fatare wiH be held Friday afternoon. September 19. tog of a Tear tire when Mr four heaping taoiespoonruis HIT iuui B cups of coffeei of finely pulverized (.sought to avoid a motor car Java and- Mocha or any preferred In the opposite direction, the burst i brand of coffee. When the water in j tire causing th-e machine to skid, the kettle is at tbe galloping point j throwing the occupants into a field pour it through the coffee slowly until j DT the. side of the road. four cupfuls have filtered through. 1 Mr and his son helped Just the contents of tbe kettle can go carry {llto a in if measured before boilingl allowing a little for waste. Cover and take at once to table. Wash the cloth imme- burt- diately after breakfast and keep in a Jar of cold water, never permitting it If yon have anytaJng to adverttee.tr to get drj, and freshening tbe water an luivertlBOBent 1m this paper, mat every York Times. j Judge Smith Right Man In the RlgM Place. Judge AlUBoo O. SmRh boa made such a record OK the bench Uhat his oppooGdits are driven to their wKs ends to find tneteriail with which to com.bat They freely admit that public expemltUires have been down so thail the county debt is practically wiped out. They admit that he handAed UMJ Uquor question and tibe lloenve problems us -well as any judge in Pennsylvania. They ad- mit that his decisions have toewn such aa to command the respec Tbey admit .that his feainLess initerpre- tatlon of the laws haa aneaulted to fehe of   euly two wet and tbe dry. Th-> former Issts eight months. Dur- ing the rains the natives live In bounds made principally of bamboo and with leaves, but as HOOD as tbe ralu- stop they set out for tbe forests and Jrmgies. form-may brace op and If not lost groond at least remain IB the raoa and secure and maintain a respectable position. But from tbe insane tblrot for liqnor escape is almost impoestbto, I have known but few exceptiono tbls rale. -Drinking U a dangerous babtt Tory likely to grievons results, all agree: that it can no beneficial all agreo. It Is tka part of wisdom to abstain from tfca bablt that might work evil and caa do no good. That no til effects are vistbte from Indulgence during tne vigotoaa pwtod of youth tne danger ot serious consequences In after Ufa atOt gteater than if ill effects wan visible from the beginning. -Viewing you aa young steeds trafca- Ing for tbe race of Ufa. I know of one bablt ao Hkoiy to defeat yoa km tbe contort as drinking of ale la oil dqoon. That takea tn oscoaa tfcoy do- character of OMB and rea- der than oaelooi members of aactatr yon all know. Tbo Una bonrooa aid sutBrtency to so narrow It la trory otldom drtnkar and otaorvos it. Bettor bo aafla- Why ran Into dangerf Aa M good can raaolt ae risk abould bo tomrred. -la atom ot Ufa to ptay yoo can afford to tirow aw ad- away. I pot tke eaaa to yam almply u a matter of poOejr. to OM habn-aad fltat daagor In of yon oan imitoct yomaolTaa oaaaj to campaign of It to for yon to do ao. -Drankonneos to tka to caroor of tt to far BJoro ti _ against It agatnat doath. A drink policy to wortk ton nfe poiictoo to thto Ahatate and orada the danger." BOY SCOUTS AND BRYAN. They Total A company of boy aeonta roeaattr called on Socrotary ot Bryu to> present an engroaaad copy of tal- lowing reaolnttona: Havmg Jvst estobraMd MottoMT la fitting sad proper that ahor" under oar mothers' banawr la aaalaat the drnnoo of strong drtok; fore bett Resolved. That we, troop U of tho anun Memorial Oongrsgatlooal etavah Ot Washlngtom, D. C. do hereby tha of our seoretarr or la Bto brave stand against Kua Alcofeol aad Bto boeta secretary was highly ptoaaai with tbe tmtlmonal and thaakod (ka boy scouts for tbe resotottoB. said in part: appreciate tho owapaV ment wblcb yoo pay me la ladontag what I have done to regard to serrtog liqnor at the table. If since I haro grown to manhood I bad over ttoH tempted to begin drinking of nor I wonld bavr reetralned by the feeling that my art might lajart- affect sume wbo look to tot i an example, and I ten that especially to public life, for as one bo- comes boner known Ms baa more fanvicblnK InBoenea 1 feel that I not lived eoOroly hi vain If by abstaining from of Intoxicating liquors aa I i have to any to him resist temptsUon" thin on Milk. What causes the formation of skin on the of boiled milk aad of bot cocoa that to with botiaa milk? Dr. Porcber of Lyons. that It U the remit of dtete- tegrating of the lime In milk. Heat ibe and casein, and tbe lime wtth carbonic acid from the air to (km a thin Him of carbonate of lime. Thto aim supports tbe nndfaMolred cueoto tot the milk as well sume uoaguUtwd albumen and fat iNEWSPAPERl iWSFAPERl   

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