Indiana Evening Gazette in Indiana, Pennsylvania 5 Jul 1911
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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Indiana, Pennsylvania
Girls than Endeavor society founder and pedant of a modest maid by d w Springer copyright by ass6 Ciattoni inn Rev Francis e Clark aviator at Coo covers 240 Mills fierce Battle with wind lands at Atlantic City Atlantic City n july hairy n Atwoods live hour flight from governors Island to this City ended in front of fhe in the midst of a cheering throng the second leg of his air trip to washing ton was started today Atwood was forced to descend three times during his flip Fly to take on Gaso Lene a constant bade with a near Gale impeded his Progress and compelled him to Fly Miles to cover a course of 100 Atwood created enthusiasm As he swung Over the hotels Over the boar Wollk Ami High in the air Over the Ocean he circled up the Chach Ping fld cutting figure eights in the eight of thousands alter a Thalf mile to following the length of the pier a turd o descend he vol planed to the soft Sand at the foot of oho Avenue land ing in Al mall space roped off from the crowd i was mown All Over the said be in describing his trip and its sensations i attempted to follow Tho coast line As closely As possible hut several times was blown far from Niv course there were other to incs when ithe wind velocity entirely stopped my headway leaving me suspended in midair and not moving a foot for Sev eral minutes again the wind would Teer and toss the plane Al out dangerously these wind shifts wore rather startling until i got used to believe the have Leader Roch suspected As one of men who held up train Erie july 5 Thomas Roch aged fifty three believed to be the Leader of the ten bandits who held up the fast and passenger train near Here was arrested by Pennsylvania Rah Road detective Bury several per sons who were engaged in the gun fight with a the bandits after looking at Roch expressed the firm belief that tie was Leader of the desperadoes Roeh is a Umrie fireman the prisoner denies knowing any thing about the train Holdup poses Are still searching the Hills and countrywide the they run Down Many clues and have made a score in 1m Roch is fhe Only apprehended so far who re s any of the Mayoress almost weeps mrs Wilson of Hunnewell still 1 troubled by Louii oilmen Acyl j n Shouph has the oppor governor mrs Kelhi a the now Mayoress has no Hei obstinate Council Man the com my list night for the first Lime april 1 when mrs Wilson Arii used Oitice Tho were tue acceptance of the Stoa of w l Lewis said he could ii t fight a the repairs for the town pump mayor Seide burned Milwaukee july jewel was badly burned by the explosion of a Heater in his Bath room touching a match to the to prepare water there was 6 minding Flash and the next instant funded be staggered out of the room 10 Call his wife his eyelids were Bis hair and his scorched will be out or three Days aviator t50 pet Pittsfield july Obi leg c Witmer Cue of the Young a the dying business attempt lag to Wake turn of tin tuft Geld of this City a gust wind t truck biplane stopped 11 pluoff4 with Witmer 4owa feel Sert Orelj my Friend mrs South Wick of of the to come Down to her country place she said she and in Especial Rensch for asking me but didst Tell me what it was so one Midsummer morning i took a train to make the visit on reaching the was not sex d till an hour internet mid Nir h to meet me i to leave my pm Gage at the station and walk never Luigi nor hit to South Wicks place before i was to inquire the Way and was put on to a Short route at the end of which 1 Mim enter the grounds at the a tar n arrival i Cly need a Fence and walked some three or four Hundred Yards t a clump of Trees which was so inviting that i concluded to penetrate it right in the Middle there was swung b Hammork Ami in the Hammock Lay a Young girl asleep now a Young girl asleep in a Ham mock is a pretty sight at any time but if pretty and i a shaded Nook sin is tempting this one was very pretty there was about her that relaxation artists love to get in their pictures and statuary there was a slow Hen Lui of her breast her Mouth was partly open showing a narrow line of Ivory be i tween a pair of Pink Coral lips Well though the natural Conse Quence of a Young Man seeing a girl thus defenceless before him is that i cannot resist the temptation to kiss her and get his ears for his pains but his will Endeavor to describe what happened i i advanced a step at a time and with every step Forward i took ten Back Ward in my Resolution not to Dishon Estly steal what did not belong to me i reached a Point but a Yard from the Sleeper without waking her she was slumbering so calmly that for some time i dared not proceed farther for fear of Awakening her had she slept More soundly 1 might have Umu bolder hut while halting i was rally filling with reckless Ness As soon As 1 had gathered enough courage for the purpose i id sauced another step or two halted then Bent Down to see near i could my face to hers without wakening her then Louchis my lips lightly to hers beyond n slight spasmodic Lieut she remained the same n single moment 1 experienced Troal and reassurance the slept on and i having achieved my purpose be came suddenly conscious of the frightful risk i had run and was seized with a desire to escape the con sequences of my offence 1 withdraw As stealthily As possible and proceeded to the House 1 was received mrs South wok with a Hearty Welcome and we sat Down together on Wicker chairs on the and now that you Are she said and while we Are alone i give you my reason for inviting you Down i Honvo a wife picked out for a wife yes a very Lovely girl modest unassuming everything that is and All this is for me yes but you must proceed with her very slowly she is sensitive the least Advance before an offer of marriage would undeniably Shock for heavens Sake i exclaimed in Wardly suppose she should be the girl asleep in the it is this Mardenly continued the go Between that is edits chief Charm i am sure that Louo is enough to make you love i dare i replied with proper politeness when 1 was presented to miss Keith Greer 1 Felt the guilt of hulas Iscariot Welling up in me 1 grew red Ami Pale by turns 1 stammered unit a few words that didst mean to lung 1 Sut Down before she or mrs South Wick had seated herself med up As if l Hail pm counter ii a Lack of the Cushion Meau lilo miss Lucr stood with her eyes Bent i the hoop if 1 were the first Young Man had Ever met mrs Soiu Wirk came to Tho rest tic by inviting us into the i Iii room for luncheon the fact that the do played no such As she might have done had she been Sensi ble of the Kisis 1 had stolen that she a Eitnier appeared shucked nor Indig Nant brought a return of coup Doike 1 found her rather Loo unsophisticated but As mrs South wok had said her modesty was her chief Charm a i noticed this i shuddered at the enor Unity of my Ottese in pressing those pure lips with mine and gave frequent thanks that Tho piracy had not Iwvin detected mrs Southwick made the match she intended the Only difficulty in the Way was that the Young lady was so sweetly innocent that it seemed t sacrilege to me to propose to her i finally got out a proposition and though at first she said she was too Young and too to Trust herself to any Tuuu since she regarded me the soul of Honor she would commit herself to nay keeping the denouement of a Story usually comes with a wedding in this Case it comes at a Tiu wedding what a modest Little Ihling Yoa were my l said when we were married this Day ten years ago rats she exclaimed was Lay log in wait for you in that Aud was wide awake when you the Oreti Rex thai inhabit Northern la the Beluga or Wolti whale it frequents the Arctic Ocean enters fhe numerous Bays and and sometimes travels up the fresh water to a considerable Dos Tance in search of food to preys upon fish and owing to its ability to swim very rapidly it a Able to capture the fastest of these it is pure White in color and quite Large often reaching fifteen to eighteen feet in length it i has a Large Mouth containing a Niiro tier of very Sharp conical Teeth it swims by doubling its Stroug Tail Back j under its body Aud driving itself for Ward with a powerful stroke the a fives of those cold regions which la in habits catch the White whale with a Ratoiu let Ard by the use of the har Poon a Pori Imi of the flesh is used for food and tin remaining portion is converted into n very one Grade of fish Oil which or it ids a ready Sale the skins Are removed and made into harpers weekly elephant Toothache a London surgeon who Luul been for Ninny years in India says lie would sooner risk a a Elway vivid but Thau meet an with Toothache it appears thai Tuoth Irhe a flecks in ele Phant in n More seven Ianner to Linin it does other annual Kle Phanis have very sensitive nerves and a touch of Toothache often brings of madness provided you Ore Ible to Cabin Down an elephant und draw out the offending tooth the brute is cer Tain to be Hafferl Louie to you after Ward Here is an instance an ele Phant in Bengal India became of Gerterl with Tonttu ice but the managed to secure if while a dentist Drew a decayed tooth cause of the trouble after a time the elephant seemed to understand that the dentist was trying to do something for pain and he gave every evidence of appreciating the attention when the operation was Over he frisked round the dentist like a Young Lamb oxygen As a cutting tool a Jet of Hurning oxygen from n May be successfully employed to Cut Sheet Iron Iron tubes and Small bars the Cut made is almost As Sharp and thin As that made by a Siw in earlier attempts Dith culty was encountered in Clearing the Cut of liquid Metal Ami in preventing the spread of the melting effect beyond the Hardrix of the Cut in later Pic Csc two blowpipe were used the urst has in Ordinary flame which the inn to redness at Ilie whirr the jul is to be Ali Ali this is by the Sci Tel jct us pure Roxy ire will instantly gurus the Metal Svi Tuut melting Tho Iron is blown swiftly from the fissure us that t re is no serious spreading us the heat to surrounding parts St Republic two Days in one Chatham Island Lyuu Uit the coast of in the South Pacific Ocean is peculiarly situated As it is one of the few habitable Points of the Globe where the Day of the week changes u is just on the Lino of the demarcation Between dates there 12 noon on sunday sunday ceases and instantly monday Meridian begins sunday comes into a mans House on the East Side und becomes monday by the time it passes out of the Western door a Man sits Down to his noon Day dinner on sunday and it is Mon Day noon before be finishes Don Globe Spanish etiquette there is a curious Story of Bow ton Duke Dalosta when King of Spain told n Mulether to whom be was talk ing to cover himself the Sun being hot forgetting that by so doing be made the Mulether a grandee mar Shal trim to prevent this catastrophe knocked the mans hut out of his hand and according to some the mule Teer Hud something to do with the assassination that followed a few Days afterwards progressing do you think miss Roxy cares any thing for Youv i Well 1 to link Shes beginning to care u what makes you think that c Why the last time 1 called she Only yawned twice and two weeks ago i counted Tulve yawns in one i variety life j Hurt his do 1 understand you to say Pris Ouer that you knocked him Down be cause be called you a dirty liar yes your tumor i simply stand it if there is Oue Tuigg 1 have always prided myself of More than anything else it is my answers hits near Taft woman occupant of adjoining stand painfully Hurt president among hoosiers chief executive goes through pro Gram at Indianapolis despite scorch ing u his pet theme in talk at Marion club Protection policy of several years ago and now explained Indianapolis july Dent Talt spent one of the most Bare Nous Days of his career Here de spite Ilie burning heat the president seemed to keep up Hia Energy anal Good haul or while clip Parade was passing the presidents a spent Bullet of n fourth of july ele Brator struck mrs Harry d tute Weier wife of the chair Man of the Parade committee who was sitting in u stand adjoining that of Ilia president mrs Tutewiler was struck in the leg and was painfully but not seriously 1 Urt few people knew of the incident and it caused no excite ment or Taft talked reciprocity fit the Marion club which was his Moat important speech of the Day he premised his speech with the statement that the to publican policy of Protection has suffered material in vilification since it was first adopted As a plunk of the party plat in this connection he said trome Protection Isis insisted that v made no difference How High duties j were on articles products or Merchan Dise that would compete with those f our own country provided they were High enough to prevent Competition altogether the argument was Chat by Competition Between our own people there would be found a sufficient stimulus for the reduction for the Cost of production and the reduction of the Price so that behind the Tariff Wall we would enjoy my prices i Newerl not comment on to Justice of this for the in the exit of Tion was not allowed play in the temptation of duties to combinations to prices which prevented Irion that excess of ditto had a tendency to promote Prici this the n and in Piir form Der Iii in favor of Tariff Dutin Chiei Only the differ ence in t if t of production if articles Ami of articles in a Thor f s Bonu the imposition if oily to an and Are iry in order to out is ill other producers o on a level i of foreign producers Tho inequality in condition is generally in Cost of labor the pres ent doctor ii of pro Teron does not or Coll for duties in excess of Siose which i St Hiro Equality of to nations the Canadian reciprocity High has been made squares this doctrine i am for reciprocity because t he Lleve it will stimulate a Trade be tween Canada and the United states that May grow to enormous proportions to the a Mutual Benefit of the two countries to is Well that in Canadas youth to should be on Friendly terms with her in order that we May both As she grows older and stronger and acquires a larger development profit by our geographical proximity and by our common Border of from Ocean to Ocean the present treaty looks to Rel lev ing the business of the tailed state with Canada by i then of nearly As a Oum m tax on our exports to r i i Tient Groat in in p it looks to n1 acts t add grow i s i r i end him believed in Tuttas Al Othef to and graded her wearing apparel with great care she boasted and with Rea son tent she could get Flore Wear oat of a dress than any one else la can when the garment was past us second and third stages of usefulness for Public Wear it was relegated to cer Tain seasons of Domestic stress from which to passed eventually to the ring bag one Gingham Long dear to miss Barhaw Eaheart had reached this last stage and she acknowledged it one any to the Village seamstress dont seem a if id had half the Good 1 expected to out of she said wistfully tint but eight years Lance 1 bad it made up two years 1 wore it sundays the next two sewing Circle afternoons next two when i went errands to the Village and these lost two round the House common but she regarded the bundle sorrowfully before stuffing it into the yawning piece even fit to hang out washing in i Vout a companion farm ant Garden a Jersey prize Winner powerful paper i a Surveyor when inspecting one of the cottages under tils care and his attention culled by the tenant to n Large Din go Tiu l Crock in one of the Walls Cloae to which they were stand ing with the remark from mrs Hodge i am afraid1 sir As the old House be coming Down we will see to said the agent Aud taking from his pocket a few strips of stump edging he pasted them transversely Over the fissure so that tie Naglit on his next visit see whether the crack hurl extended and whether it was settlement or not on his calling about a month after Ward tie found the pieces of stamp edging still remaining unbroken and pointing out to the old lady that the truck bad not opened any farther wan amused with this remark yes sir but who d in thought is two or three such bits of paper would a Field us London answers give hobbits mistaken affability what made our pirate chief compel the prisoner to walk the Plank so has tily asked the pirate lie was Oue of those cheery and familiar ready made humorists the first thing tie said when he saw the chief was of you Captain Washington Star bus baud you ure not economical wife Well if you Dout Call a woman economical who saves Der wedding dress for a possible second marriage id like to know what you think econ omy is rioted a great Deal whenever j look it my mid tag tvs Maud or the celebrated fattest a Luau of i that i Barf t great to Uxa Ofui strike a f Chester Oyonna riotous Mam lever Kun s freight i of Timi of the leaders and r Lino 1 try tiie cites toughs held up i Cotton capitals business the mob tint gathered is Esi Matei of Between and it overturned wagons scattering eggs fruit and the Uke in streets the police were utterly unable to Cope with the rioters in Many places find there resulted fighting so severe that Many were wounded on both tides stones and clubs were main weapons used and there were scores of broken Heads it was Neces sary to Placo a police escort on each Vagon bit off victims noes Youngstown july James Price returning Home late of to a Man going through he pockets and fought Bim off the High Wiy Saan grappled Vita Bim an i tabbed Bis Felt u 98 the Tea drinkers the chronic Tea drinkers of this Conn try arv1 Umi rally the Kitchen gins and women who remain in the Kitchen and in the House n Grent Deal the Teapot i constantly on the stove and the Stron full of to Iii Ficici Rind Ter extractive is poured into the stomach of frequent intervals Here we get not Only the stimulation of the Ca Leiu but the irritation of the taunt Doris lives on the stomach mucous Mem nne the sooner or later result is sleeplessness an irritable freely disposition nervous dyspepsia or even gastritis and constipation of course the treatment is to Stop the cause Orvai the insomnia dyspepsia and constipation and give fresh air Tea tasters show earlier than other individuals decay of the Teeth Chil Floreu up to fifteen years should not drink Coffee or Tea of american medical association Osman pashas daring j one of the most Gallant generals that Ever surrendered to the enemy was Osmun Pasha the immortal de fender of Plevna surrounded by in immeasurably Superior army of rus Sia Mostaan kept his Flag flying for 142 Dynya inflicting a loss of men on the enemy and losing of his own Garrison it was Only when both provisions and ammunition failed that he decided on that desperate attempt to Cut his Way through the investing army the attempt Oue of the most daring and Resolute in history failed i and Osman was at last compelled to admit defeat so impressed however were the enemy with his valor that As he was carried wounded through their j ranks they greeted him As a conqueror j with cheers Aud presented arms j Lincoln told a Story at one time a Friend complained to president Lincoln that a certain Cable net officer was administering office with us usual Energy with the Hope of securing the presidential nomination that reminds said or Lincoln that my brother and 1 were once plow ing a Field with a Lazy horse but at times he rushed a Cross the Field so fast that i could hardly keep up with him at last i found an enormous Chin Fly on him and knocked it off mow 1 urn not going to Ninke that mistake a Sec Ond time if the Secretary has a Blu try of Ului i am not going to Knock it off if it will Only make Bis department i the Clear Infinity 1 that which we foolishly Call vast Nesa is rightly considered not More wonderful not More impressive than Tutu Bleb we insolently Call Little Ness and the lung Ltd of god is not 1 mysterious it is Only unfathomable not Bat incomprehensible it is a Clear Infinity the darkness of the pure use Archable modern revenge by proxy celtic to Hennessy Bas just bin arrested what will Yez charge to Dewind Biry very Young dollars my fee in police court cases celtic stranger Well Bereut is Ive bad it in for Tim Tola Long dime an tis Worth tin o git even old of an i he who works a Ltd Bis bands Only to a Mechanic be who works with band and Bead is an Artisan and be who works a Ltd bands Bead Aud Beart u an Fartut Kuskin or an tit Lettla lady his Many Blue ribbons Little lady Isabel whose picture u shown Bere is one of the most bean Alful and Best producing Jersey on this aide of the water and she la the Pride of her owner p a b Widener at Bis show farm Elkins Park she has won enough Blue ribbons to decorate her stall All round its top railing and the fancier whose Money could take her away from the Widener has not yet come into Public prominence she is As gentle is she is pretty and her butter average is More than fifteen pounds per week the Jersey cow is a highly specialized product of centuries of Breeding for the primary purpose of the econom ical production of butter says the breeders Gazette the intelligent breeder will Hope to produce butter making function by reproducing this form there is a fascination in watch ing a lot of Beautiful Fawn like Jersey heifers they Are developing into cows especially if their Breeding la Auch As to give Promise of unusual excellence there is enough of Chance in it to satisfy in some degree the Gam bling spirit that we mortals Are cursed a Tab the science or lottery of Breeding has such n Charm for the Amateur that Many formulas of in Breeding have been experimented with to the Detri ment of some families of Jersey to be sure n few remarkable freaks have resulted but these Are of questionable value they never reproduce themselves the phenomenal results of mating the is Herd with Stoke Popis 111 have Yeeu the inspiration Bat Bas resulted in inbreeding there is no Pinco n Dua on the same farm with a Jersey cow de cide which you prefer to keep and then either kill the dog or sell the cow i once two fresh heifers to n ii a Uncle is says h s Chapman they were gentle pets kind to milk and giving eleven pounds of but an Little to lamp Bat to 40 Cuttit things Faithf Uilys great f p a b wide Herb pet now Ter each per week my Friend took them Home and turned them into a Woods pasture at milking time the big Black dog was sent to the Woods to drive up the heifers when the heifers saw that dog coming at them they went up nil right As High As they could go without climbing the Trees they did climb the fences the dog was a Good dog and kept on in line with Bis instincts chasing the fright ened heifers till finally the two to Gether nay Friend and the dog got the poor Little cows into a Fence Corner where my Friend milked them the big Black dog watching the while to keep the heifers in that quiet peaceful condition of mind so imperatively Neces sary to a Normal How of milk a few weeks under this system and the beaters were Early dry when my Friend wished me to take them Back which i did the next year they made recorded churn tests of Over fourteen Aud a half pounds of Batter each in seven Days and at Nve years old the two were sold to Satis fled purchasers for Genera farm notes no Man who thinks anything of a tree will Ever make a hitching Post of it there is a Little mint of Money saved in buying feed in the fall of the year and holding it till Spring need Cornea one of the Best tools a Farmer can have is a Good Riveter for mending leather straps of All kinds one of these will save a Good Many trips to town and maybe More than run away keep a Blank Book and Jot Down the tots takes you make this year As Tel Naff to be avoided next year it is easy to remember what you made Money on Bat to makes a pretty smart Man to see his own failures a Good Many Farmers Are getting so they would rather sell their potatoes in the fall right from the Field and not Bare to bother with storing them and running the risk of Low prices next Spring the shrinkage too is s Biff item to be figured on to get the Best results from the Agri cultural paper it should be read discussed by every member of family a discussion upon subjects relating to the farm and the borne will interest the younger members of the family and give Piacent let for thoughtful Reading
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