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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaR i 1 t length the made at the us told How of the Bouse. Of the nature of it to be made. Had erred to descend in fuck elevator for the Jemon Stratia the ume Fol Fermat it. A Bow us t. Our Ator hard. I got a a lot and rest of e. H. Why the t a. Picture Jou Nichle jammed with sure enough. It. Who never in front of a Over into the and was out for in i came to i sat to for Liniai Ilic fake of my own de the Jou Nichle t in some Unac count probably through the whom i confided that e Story i going to care whether h s a fake or my City editor rigidly. If own fake you had no right item out of it by the opposition. Jerter s got no More right to been out of his own fake than a Short j player has to be bluffed out of of pot of his own opening. Ured Nice Way to get treated was t it i went and hunted up Charlie Dilling the right hand Man of the Frohman theatrical got him no against the Alley caves of the auditorium where i met him. With Grin of him from ear to ear. And i said a whole lot of real mde things to Char Ier for a fact. He d dub my fake out of the hotel clerk Inch by Inch pulled a photograph of one of hit country uncles out of his trunk and turned it in As the picture of Gette Mout. Anc. In general chiselled me ont of one of the neatest fakes i d cooked up in filly Tow St. Or an Ert Ible it. Are them them Back Mem be to in bands fore we using up need up a the music Way of get 1raw. Or for was go b a Side of the i much to Hesi have had a Long and been potted Hub the sides of want was an old Imber of my Little is Well As i did that at would save us right into e Indian can t stand they outnumber you them a Volley to cd let them know we and had the satisfaction or four of them drop like a lot of he Pas we i the draw on a dead rur. Light into them. Each omit his six shooter a snap shot at the first in july reach. The old sergeant at be Aing Down to the Saddle .1 half around in Ray Saddle just w e struck them and As i did to _ t broke through my Saddle Horn Jother Cut through Vest and d me across the stomach about a Inch deep. He paches could t stand the Rush rut them no the Canyon about a Ile before they could find any Side Reaks to get out of and scatter. We three troopers in the fight. After it was Over we went Back to where they Here. Rolled them in their blankets buried them among the rocks As Best we could. There was t much ceremony or tears for the poor had t time for it we All expected the same tiling All the time besides there was a splendid possibility of tie whole Bunch of us going the same Way before we got through without anyone left to Roll is in a Blanket. If the poor in Dian gathered in a band of Blue Coats he also gathered up their hair Aid left a flock of Buzzards to do the rest. After burying the troopers we struck a Trail up the Canyon Side and camped in a Clearing where we could command a View of the country sur rounding and doctored up our wounds As Best we could mine was painful but Only a flesh wound. I think i was sorer Over my ruined new coat and test than from the wound. Tend of indians circled around our Camp again that afternoon and v Long shots , India without doing any damage to either Side. As soon As night came we struck out for fort Grant As fast As we could Inake it through the night and eluded them. An Indian won t fight at night anyway unless you Force him to. We reached the fort late the next Day. The closer we came to it the less danger there was for troops from the fort kept the country round pretty Well cleaned up and quiet. We stayed at the fort for several Days until our wounds healed before making a return trip. The colonel in command of the fort insisted on my staring there for a time As there were Over 200 hostile indians on the Warpath scattered All Over that country. He told me that it was foolish to make the attempt and never expected to see me alive again but 1 was Young Ned had told tic Captain i d be Back Toon As i could make the trip with the mail and Rapp Lles. And would t stay. I did t know it the time but Learned afterwards that the t bad the running fight with coming Over Teton gel to a sub chief and a relative old Gwo Nimo. But 1 found it out coming pack we had it been ont Days when they sighted us luckily it tape cow at amt Sandown. They i few shots at As then Lulo just Cher a Hill from Liere camped. Vie could hear them g powwows and singing while in preparations to Angie our o in their belts the next Day. Remember i sat looking into the fire that night wishing i was Back and wondering what Thunder when the old sergeant came Over e and asked .ieuter.ant, you Don t think we can thet Hull outfit do to sergeant i Don t Arhat Doyon ale we d better i think we bed better build a big fire so they Kin see it Thea it out of this Ana Usu. Aii Uuk u Trail and Lowed it All that bight. About Day it we found ourselves on a Hill top 1 right in the Center of an old. Deed Indian Village. It was that t s trip that first gave me my High a citation of the much maligned old raiment mule. Every mule in that k train seemed to understand the action and there was t a whimper a Bray from any Ope of the lot until had put a Good night s Ravel be Reen tis and that gang of redskins. Did t have any More trouble in Back to the fort though we Ossed a number of warm trails of ads. I met the chief when he came Ito the fort a Long time after to make each. And he told me hew times lie had shot at me on that trip and could t understand How it was that got me. Tie wound that i got at los Guay Mas. In Cuba was another Lucky one. Too. You remember. Sellers How a and b troops the regiment were lined up that Day at the foot of the Hill and we were getting a perfect hell of fire Iro Tii the Spanish entrenched up on top of the Hill Well. I was walking up and Down before my battalion and had orders to hold them fast to protect our right flank from the Enfil Ade fire on the right. I had just turned around and waved my Glove at them to hold fast and dropped my hand to my Side again when a Mauser struck me in the Arm. If i had t dropped my Arm just As i did. The Ball would have Cut me straight through the Center. It turned me around and knocked me Down but in a Short time i gathered myself up went to the rear to see How badly i was hit. And found that the Bone was badly shattered. It was Oliree Days before i had the wound at tended to. There was a Lump on the inside of my Arm. And when the sur Geon examined it he said it was piece of Bone sticking out. And that he would have to Cut it out. He made a Cut across the Lump and out popped the Bullet wrong end first. If it b and come straight As most of them do it would never have stopped in the Arm. But went on straight through me. The following Day i wandered around Back of the firing line trying to help the poor Fellows that were worse off than i was. And i remember seeing one of the a troop company coming Down the. Road with tears running Down his checks and i Thon Foht he by Gnu Nripal be saw me and yelled hello major where is the firing i told him it away on ahead in the Otter direction Bat the Fig lit wis Over. Then he seemed to feel worse than Ever and Brol a out with As Choice a lot of ornamental cuss ords Ever heard a my e Driver get rid of. And wound up by saying it s a slime that a Feller comes All the Way Here from Arizona to i govt and then gets knocked out by the Cli mate within a few Yards of the firing line that forced March was the hardest i Ever saw. Packed Down with about 50 pounds of blankets rations and other stuff in that hot country we double quicker right by the regulars that were coming up at a Good stiff gait too right straight into trouble. Fellows would drop oat of the ranks along the line of March like they were of pm would t come to for a Day or two after act some never were right afterwards. Teddy Roosevelt came Over to my tent at four o clock in the morning after the fight and woke me up to Tell thit the Arizona boys made Lis regiment. He said he knew that Ilc new it but wanted to Tell toe that it and wanted to Tell it s a fellow that Teddy full of life vigor and Energy that enjoys living and fighting. I was in item York after he was elected governor and went Over to Albany to Call on him the Capitol. I hardly expected to see him. As he was Busy but thought i d just Send in my card to let him know i was in town. I met the a Cerf tar lit tie door and asked him to take in my card to the governor. He told me there was no use. The governor was Busy on some important Case or other and there were several delegations of lawyers arguing something be fore him. I insisted that he take in card anyway and handed it to him. He took a look at it and went in. In a minute he came Back with a smile on Bis face and said that the governor wanted me to come right in. When i went in he squinted across the room to see who it was. Held up his bands at the Fellows talking and rushed across the room to me with both hands stuck same old Teddy i knew in Cuba. After he talked a few minutes be turned wafer his hand at the waiting lawyers with a look on i face much As to Jay what rot 1 Tate to stand All the time then said it s fun being governor though and i rather like it a third shot i would get me but i be got enough of it. All i want now is for that mine of mine near Wick Taberg to pan cot and a Impromptu speech. Although William Jyz. A Merriam the present enumerator of the census and former governor of Minnesota is a capable business Man and an astute politician be has always had great difficulty in his attempts at speech making says the Chicago chronicle. He stutters and like a Bash Ful Schoolboy and in never secure from making Blu Flers except when i has his remarks committed to paper. Shortly after his election to the so Erno ship or. Merriam was requested to deliver address at the opening of the first electric line in St. Other speakers on this occasion were Thomas Cochran. Of St. Paul and archbishop gov. Iter Riaza prepared his speech had it nicely Type written and started on the morning of Washington s birthday for the scene of his proposed Celebration. He missed the special car when carried j the rest of the orators and another special was run out for the governor s private use. He invited George Thompson owner of the St. Paul Dis Patch to accompany him. Or. Thomp son having been belated also. As the car approached macalester College grounds the governor noticed a crowd of men gathered on both sides of the track. Every Man had a. Little Flag tic i he waved with shouting and be stimulation As the gubernatorial Chariot approached. The governor grew apprehensive. Heavens he gasped i believe those chaps want me to make g of course they said Thomp son. It s Washington s birthday and you la have to do but i cried the governor. Confound it. Man i be Only got one speech and i m to deliver that at the end of the line. Look Here what the Devil am i to do Here Motorman go right through this layout As tight As you can jump Why that will never inter posed Thompson you must say some thing or Tell pm it s Washington s Washington was the father of his country and be Seech pm to let the Eagle just As the car had reached an advantageous position right in the mid dle of the crowd bump went the motor and the outfit stopped. Merriam White faced and trembling stepped out on the rear platform took off his tall silk hat. Balanced it jauntily on his hip. Stuck his right hand in the breast of his frock coat and began students of he gasped. Of Macak students of macalester. Is the students of Ester is birth Day Washington students of first in War. First in peace and prompted Thompson in a Pip i As i was of is i Washington. The j father of Liis a ovum. J the Eagle gasped the governor with a list despairing Effort. He boarded the car. Which by this had been supplied with a and from there on to Tho end of the line lie fanned himself Wilh tie manuscript of his prepared speech while Thompson roared with laughter loudly enough to set All the hens Aloag the route cackling. Serving fruits at table. They make the strongest App Cul to the Eye Nna to the strawberries maybe served with or without the hulls if they Are hulled they must be handled lightly and the hulls taken of just before serving time. When served with the hulls on strawberries should be neatly arranged around the Edge of individual plates with a Little powdered sugar in the Center of each plate. When eat ing take them by the stems trip into the sugar and eat them from the hulls says ladies Home journal. Raspberries and blackberries do not As a Rule require washing. They j must be handled carefully in looking them Over being soft they Are easily bruised. Arrange the raspberries on a Fiat Glass dish sort of tossing them tip into a Pyramid. May Sprinkle Over a Small amount of currant juice and serve them with powdered sugar. Plums if served raw. May be put in a Flat dish or Basket garnished with greens Aud passed just As one would serve peaches. They should be peeled before eating. Pears and apples May lie served in the same Way. Cherries Are palatable raw. But without doubt they Are More Digesti when cooked. Peaches Are More attractive when served in their own skies. Serve just at the right temperature not warm but still not ote chilled. This makes All fruits sour. Grapes Are dainties served in a Flat open Basket decorated with their own foliage. Watermelons and cantaloupes arc always Best served simply cold enough to be unpalatable and tasteless but with to tinge of warmth. Wit and Wisdom. Ton have a Lair Success of Yoor Domestic affairs if you Are on speak ing terms with All of Yter in Globe. The True woman Mould believe the weather Bureau predictions if they were made by the wan she troit journal. T you mrs. Peck a though i was a of no responded h. Peck. One can train american. You arc fickle you think you lore him but he could t hold you for two Man of. No. He Haft to atop to topics. Guess Yon feel pretty bad that you have lost your Johnnj i Don t care a bit about the Job but 1 wish i had. The pay just the Boston transcript. John i was stopping at Job Lotz s to Day and i saw just sweetest thing Hub Unis dip that s a great scheme of Job Lotz to have Cir Roth All through his Shilati Tibia press. He s married again. Married a six children ranging from two to 14 years. When they line up they re regular Tatj re his american. T wife Reading the Here is a Young girl who has actually climbed Blanc and Sung be cause i love you while she was on considerate of her. Usually they do it in the next news. How old Are the census enumerator proceeded. In his question ask ing. I won t Tell she was very decided1 about it too. Of Well Nevev the enumerator went or. With the Nir of a Man who had Given up the struggle in what year were you Bornt in Chron icle. Fight with a Wolf. Itow of recently train carried 59 off from California Emst titty an boxes. To Corn Pone put one pint of meal into a by jul pour Over Solfi Cicitt boiling just to moisten it it must not be wet. Cover and when Cool add a tablespoonful of shorts ing and two eggs lightly beaten. Us a pint of thick sour milk to which you Hare added a teaspoonful of soda dissolved in two of water and mix thoroughly. Tufa into a shallow pan and in a brately for calf Gadjev hone Jamal. Struggle of an Intuit Hamter wit ferocious brute a hand to hand fight with Fero Cious Gray Wolf Only 30 Miles from the City of St. Louis and 15 Miles from the Missouri River in the state of Illi Nois seems an unlikely occurrence but it is seriously reported in the St. Louis Globe Democrat and other Jour nals of the Region. It appears that in february and March last four or five full grown Mountain wolves had been ranging in. The Woods Aud swamps in the neigh boyhood of Waterloo and eed end 111., and their depredations finally became so great that tue aut3iorities of Mon Roe county offered a Reward of ten dollars for every Wolf skin brought in. One afternoon in i March. Jacob Eckert. Of item Bud was Hunting in the Woods Noar sax town. When he saw jul which looked like a dog. He had heard of the presence of wolves in the neighbourhood however and crept urdu jul the Side of a Hill keep Jug the creature in. View until he certain that it not a dog. What Ever else it might be. He had never Wolf. When he had approached within about 50 Yards of the animal he took aim and fired. The Wolf leaped into the Nir and howled but when Eckert Rashed out into the open supposing he had killed the animal lie was astonished to see it Rushing directly at him. It came with such swiftness and unexpectedness that Eckert did not Mannge to reload his Rifle before the Wolf was upon him. With distended jaws and glaring eyes. Eckert clubbed his Rifle and As the Wolf came within reach struck at it. The Wolf dodged Back evaded the blow and before the Man could swing the weapon to second time leaped straight at his Throat. But Eckert was fortunate enough to get the bar Rel of the in both hands in such a position across his breast and beneath his Chin that the wolfs jaws Coull not get a. Grip on his Throat. The animal now bit savagely at the Man s Brody wherever it could find a Chance for its Teeth. Eckert wore heavy . And for the most part the Wolt s oites did not penetrate to the skin his hands and face were lacerated by the animal s claws but escaped the Teeth. He finally succeeded in throwing the animal from him and before it could Spring on him again he struck it a heavy blow on the head with the butt of his gun. A Titch thu Anu it. This gave Eckert an Opportunity to slip a Cartridge into his gun. Then he quickly shot the Wolf to rough the head thus the fight. Eckert took the skin to Waterloo where it was identified As undoubtedly that of it Wolf and the prize of ten dollars was paid him. To Tutum honed. Douce a famous antiquary who died in 1834. Bequeathed a Box to the British museum trustees Sti Pilat that it should not be opened until 1000. At a recent meeting of the trus tees the Box was unsealed and unlocked by the curator of the museum. It contained nothing but fragments of paper torn Book covers and other rub Bish with a from the ing that in his opinion. It would be Wissi inf any More valuable or interest ing objects to leave them to persons of the a verse intelligence and uste of the or itch museum y. Herald. Hew a correspondent of London Academy suggests the following clarification of memoirs made by growing tendency to blab and betray to pad Aix inflate Raphis. Autobiographies and y
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