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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1909)
ETTROPXAX ASMIE8 STAHVINQ THE SCHOOLS.
WHAT EUROPEAN POWEBS SPEND SOU MILITARISM AND FOR EDUCATION.
when tho Tuiklsli soldiers In Ania Minor sack and
" .. i,Aniu npnnle nro horrified at tholr sud lack
AiirO Ill's nv."""""
i lvllizatlon, but a French writer cornea forward to re-
id u J"8t nt tl)ls Umo tlmt tho 8Ocall0cl civilized na
i are robbing tho Bdhoola to support tholr aoldlora.
mmi cornea to about tho same thing. U a man Bpeut
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t It oppcurs that this lo precisoly what tho power
If Europe are doing. Tho Paris rovlow, Mon DImanoho,
J!' ... Ml.ni.f fvn Mmfto na Twnnli nn finr nitmi
"Frsnco 8icua w
as oho docs on tho Intellectual training Of her children.
Germany gives to educational purposes ono-thlrd of tho
amount alio devotes to military purposes. In Austria
and Russia tho proportion between school and caserne
expenditure is as two to nine. Italy spends upon her
army nino times as much as she devotes to public edu
cation. Belgium is exemplary In that her military and
education budget stand as eight to four. Tho only ex
ception to this rulp of priority In military expendlturo
is Bwitzerland, which devotes twice as much to the ed
ucation of her children as she lays out on the purchase
of powder and shot and tho pay of her defenders.
tii utriicirlo nnticlit avnlleth,
ihnr find ilio wound nrw viuh.
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hopes ww uuh-, irai. v . .
It may be. ' J'0" h"10"0 conccwcu,
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But wMtwnnl, look, the land Is bright.
lit... IT1..I, Plmmh "
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"I orerheard tho offer my father
a mw ll.lt. Al .1 - . I . . I
nn vnn. t 1111 liiiiih. liim iiuwii.ii in
"'erv much more."
"I have soma money lying idle, Mr.
tpi. il ih rn v nwii. iril mn ur
Grandfather Atwood. Will .you
it ninnBiu-.iai ritn 1111 v nn 1 ti i f rH i
The younc man's faco flushed.
na tin wmi n r nn
"You aro quite In earnest about
mi nn mnrmiiPOM
"Your question Is not compliment
tald the girl. "I am In earnest,
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I ha ft nnlnoiol(ni nna htAa tli n t
will be at the law olflco of John
Dalafleld Is my advisor and holds
lsgacy In trust for mo. I will
watched him narrowly.
rYes," he answered, "unless I wake
ana and this Is all a dream."
num. bub gravoiy saia, "inai
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to the full aatlafaction of my ad-
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-.o 10 u lesi iransaciion." Bne
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"Ut the rheumatic Iok was no
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Miiu, aaauy." she said.
ur in-own aeaa against
ni luiiutiv Hcroirnn inn nrnwn
reeling pretty cood. AaAiWv
'oi ror a lone tlmn."
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'prhaps the humble nl I at to.
uumpio pie, daddy?"
1 SUess thnt'a ..11 it i
' me about It."
J 'aughed again.
' 1 "l"1 Put your daddy In a very
1 ki But rn te" yu b0Mt
aaa an aDnolntmnnf y,u atta.
u with a certain nartv at vonr old
aa DeUiieid'.. i Wfta a litti. Hv
In gottlng there I wanted to ask Del
afield Homo uuestions."
"Well, tho certain party "
"Tho man you wero to meet?"
"Yes, He's a young man. Ills name
"That's It, Robert AndruB. He
wasn't there when I arrlved,and that
gave Delaflold an opportunity to tell
me about him. If Delafleld is right,
he's a rcmarkablo worthy young fel
low straight, honest and flno as silk.
What's tho matter, dearie?"
"Tho flro makes ray faco bum, dad
dy. I'll move a little back."
"Perhaps you don't caro for the
"Oh, yes, daddy, go on."
"Well, tho funny part of it is that
I onco turned this same young fel
low down cold. It happened one day
when I was homo hero with tho mis
ery In my leg. And there I was In
Delafleld's ofilco, keeping an appoint
ment with the very samo youngster."
"Go on, daddy."
"The boy had perfected a valuable
devlco, a transmitter of a remark
ably ingenious type. Ho brought' It to
me. Ho thought tho Carter Motor
Company could use it. I knew it was
a good thing the Instant I looked at
It But you know, daddy Isn't exactly
hlmoelf when tho rheumatism nips
"I know, daddy."
"Well, I gave- htm to understand
that wo didn't want his device. But
I offered to buy it from him and de
stroy It. Ho wouldn't sell. Somehow
"teu, me auout it."
I felt suro ho would como back and
accept my offer. I was positive he
couldn't get tho capital he needed to
start a plant and manufacture the
thing and that's whore I was wrong.
Somebody let him have the money,"
"Who was It, daddy?"
"I don't know. But tho plant was
built and proved a good thing from
tho very start. Tho boy found a mar
ket for his Invention almost iramedi
atelyand tho little factory has been
working right up to its limit. It got
mo scared some time ago. And I
was still more scared when I hoard
that tho National Engine Company
wanted tho factory's entire output.
The Carter Motor Company couldn't
stand by and let that happen. And
so I was there In your old frlend'B
office, prepared to arrange a deal with
this gifted youngster. Well, he came
in presently a flno looking lad, man
ly and scrupulously! polite. He really
seemed glad to boo me which might
be wondored at. Well, I mado up my
mind in less than no time that there
was nothing to bo gained by boating
about tho bush, and so I came right
out and offered him $200,001) for his
plant and his patents, and, in addi
tion to this, the position of manager of
our works with a 10,000 salary."
Tho girl suddenly laughed.
"Why, that was flno, daddy, And
what did the gifted young man dor
'Tho glftod young man novor turn
ed a hair, If he was surprised at
my offer he carefully concealed the
fact. He thanked me, but added that
ho would be guided entirely by his
partner, who owns a half Interest In
tho factory and patents, Ho prom
ised to lot mo know his partner's de
cision very soon, and I bad to be
satisfied with this promise. And that,
dearie, la what I call eating, humblo
plo and lotB of it."
Thero was a little silenco.
"Dnddy," said the girl, "I want youi
"But I know nothing about hats or
Sho softly laughed.
"It's a money matter this time, dad
ry. I bought a half Interest In a
manufacturing plant a year ago and
I've been offered 400 per cent profit
on my Investment if I sell out."
The old man stared down at her.
, "That sounds good. What's tho
The girl hesitated.
"It's the Andrus Transmitter Com
"Yes. daddy. I'm the ' partner who
must be consulted."
"Yes, daddy. What do you advise
me to do?"
"Let mo get my breath, you ras
"All right, daddy. Take your time."
Sho looked toward tho door. "Rob
ert!" she called. And Robert Andrus
entered tho room. "Hero Is my part
Tho old man stared at the newcom
"Well, well," he muttered,
"And, daddy, Robert's prico has
gone up. I I found It out this after
noon. Ho wants me, too!"
The old man stared from Robert to
tho girl. Her arm stole around his
"Say It's all right, daddy."
He sank back with a sigh of resig
nation. "More humble pie," he murmured
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Doctorliijqr by the Contract.
Suppose we pay the doctor by the week
To doctor us however great or slight fs
Our ailment health insurance, bo to
We'd probably have less appendicitis.
Likewise If things could just bo thus
So we on the Installment plan could
Good bunch of health 'tis likely that our
Would not bo bitter from neurasthenia.
It certalnly's a mort attractive scheme
Thus to avoid tho periodic shndedowb
From bills that break us, so we'd never
Of suffering again from general break
down. The joy of living It would color so
'Twould seem that we saw life's Ugh.
through a prism,
And yet we have uome dire doubts, don't
you know, ,
About our darned old chronic rheuma
tism. But let us pay the doctor by the Week, '
As we pay for our furniture and fix
tures, And maybe we the druggist need not seek
So often, for those queer prescription
Many a youth Is taken with tho de
alro to wrlto. Often ho does not know
exactly what ho wishes to compose,
but the Itch for the pen is strong. Tho
Bellman tells the Btory of an ambi
tious young man who called upon a
He informed tho publisher that ho
had decided to writo n book.
"May I venture to inquire as to tho
nature of tho book you propose to
write?" asked the publisher, very
"Oh," camo In an offhand way from
tho aspirant to literary fame, "I think
of doing something on tho lino of 'Los1
Miserables, only livelier, you know."
Never 8y l)jc,
"Yes," ho chattered. "I will lovn
you Just as much when you ar old
"Well." said she, decisively, "I nay
live to be old, but I'll never bo gray!"
Detroit Free Press.
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Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opto, Morpbne nor
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Peverishness. It cares Biarrhosa and Wind Oolio. It relieves Teething
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Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. n. rietcner.
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.il'i it t
Hon , Sour Storaach.Dlantoa
Worms jConvulswns J; evemit-
racS'urdk Signature a
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Dr. D. J. Dennis, of St Louis, Mo., says: " havo used and prescribed
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Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: MI havo used your Cas
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Dr. J. E. Simpson, of Chicago, III., says: I have used your Castorla In
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Dr. It E. Esklldson, of Omaha, Neb, says: "I find your Castorla to e a
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TMK CCMTAUR esHMNT. TT MURRAY (mcr. MCW YORK OfTV.
"Isn't there some talk that Gringo 1
going to enter the ministry?"
'The ministry? Why O, I see. That'i
what he really wants, but he Intends to
try for a consulship first" Chicago
Inquls'tive Person IIow do yon tell
how fast you are going?
Chauffeur I watch the expression of
the faces of the policeann as I whis post
Avernurea All nisrlit.
Tenant (of flat) One of the radiator!
In that large room of mine is alwayi
cold, winter and summer.
Janitor (with a scowl) Well, Pvi
heard you say that the other one is al
ways hot, winter and summer. Ain't ii
Ilia liauul Wuy,
The new waitress sidled up to a
dapper young man at the breakfast
Jable, who, after glancing at the bill,
opened his mouth, and a noise Issued
forth that sounded like the ripping oft
of all of tho cogs on one of the wheels
In the power house. The new waitress
made her escape to the kitchen. "Fel
low out there insulted me," she said.
The head waiter looked nt him. "I'll
get it," be said. "That's Just tho train
caller ordering his, breakfast" Argo
paut A. J.ito lrun.
"Jones says that ho always gets to
tho bottom of anything he under
takes," "Don't doubt, it At school ho waa
always at the foot of the class."
A I'urlat nt Large.
"Let mo see the census gives your
town about 0,000 doesn't it?''
"No, sir; our town glyea the census
Froddte-T-They havo the no-brealc
fast fad around our house.
BobbleHow do you Btand It?
Freddie Pretty well, except whon
I'm bad and got sent to bed without
any supper. Puck,
Plenty of people can stand adversity,
but only a few can. stand prosperity.
"Clifford," asked the teacher, "who
wiuie iuu Junius letters'
"11 don't know, ma'am," answered
the terrified little boy. "I 'didn't I"
Where They Don't Mussle En,
Suburbanite You are half an hour
late this morning.
Letter Carrier Yes, ma'am; the aec
Uous of stovepipe I have to wear Inside
my trousors legs on account of the doki
rou keep along this street hamper aiy
MQTements, ma'am. Chicago Tribune.
KaeaplHaT by a Teehnlenllty.
Teacher Tommy, what ia, an Improper
Tommy You don't 'apect me U mea
Mob It 'fore all these people, do you?
There Are Others.
"Bings is afraid that he may be pros
ecuted for polygamy."
"Why, he Is married to only one
person, ain't he?"
"That Is what he thought for a
while, but now it appears that he mar
ried her whole family, and there are
seven of them." California .Weekly.
Mothers win fln Mrs. Wintlow8 Boo thin
Byruptnebtistremear to uso lor their cMldraj
during the teething period.
Elderly Relative Mortimer, what are
your intentions in regard to Miss jiul-lion?
Scapegrace Nephew Strictly honoraA
ble and praiseworthy, uncle.
Elderly Relative I am glad to hear
that Mortimer. I was afraid you were
going to try to persuade her to marry
you. Chicago Tribune.
"Before I began Using Cascarcts I had
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have been. Now I am entirely well, and
the pimples have all disappeared from my
face: I can truthfully Bay that Cascarets
are just aa advertised; I have taken only
two boxes of them."
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