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SATURDAY. JANUARY 7, - K22.
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, Vfe? "':.'. : OY RALPH WATSOM
A 'FKMNT for your thoughts.- Ma
IX offered g onerously, rur aba had
rUaced Intermittently during knm lit
te period of Uim at bar brooding
nwu. -mat haycyoa got on. your
mlndl- .. m., ...
. -Andrew Jackson.- T. FMt umnd,
earning out of lila. revarle with a, sud
, "H waa soma douMerflated
014 ecrarr wasn't her. ,
Won my UmC Ma arnUad
i "W't acquainted with him."
-Wart.- T. ?e-r rejolDd. "bain- able
to read whan ih rH,..'. wi
?"Vl. UTt wjtlt 'em to know
about 'am' ... ,,
"Na,- Ma toggested . bat eometlmea
M sBaaVlsh BMJf IIIAM Sa raal aa - -
L a. " " w aaav mrWH UT
rtadlMT ths MAaW .Ke.aaTW avlT-.
T. raar replied, -'nd sometimes
tlM DaMra rat u4 iik.i ...i
things about people, to"
MrM may do.". Ma answered, "but
wa ofuft tha people that rat thlnga
Printed ahont 'am thank tluu I. i .
tars that the raportar only , got part of
T. Pur itlnnal "ISm .1
we thought that moat mod la mUn-i
s tha story,";
Pick Tha IU.llri.nuA n. -t..
- - ar -"a anntwi aWaY als p
national antbara If it waa left to a ref
a random." , 9 s ,
Zny. the Idea " Ma - exclaimed.
"What would you vote forr f
"That avwwt .u t.w. a
,hhW. -Tha Half' Yla N.rSS
ataan TM.' ,
That ain't V - k.-t.vi- 1
Ma objactad. "But thafra you think.
ir.f aboat Andy Jackson forr '
' "I fa Jarkaom Am-r tvtl ' r.
lUln4. -nd I haard aoma of tha fel
la ha talkln' iSurt - "
k" ' r''', ta ha-a a bif ban
I" at down ta'tha ana m
"bwt thay-a ooa thine I ain't navar baeri
a "rtt you'T tot thlnra flrrrad
Acrmn that flrva " T l... jt
. - p "-if n aaiiBFJ xUl
what la tha ona thin thf aaani
yaur , '
-1 Mai POuId unaaratanA Vta a..
w thalr chlr to tarn."
-uacaaaa ar hla Urn per 'nd hi to-
' raJMltarV.' T- Paa rani lM mi. W.J -
dtapoaiuon Uka a powder k- 'ad a llofo
fra wnao na waa nri up,"
awii wny.- hi aaked. "do tha Damo-
cata 10m that kind of a combination T
-Tha beat way I caa aaawer that," T.
Par ebocklad, -la for yon to ro to a
maaUn of tha Jackaon club ltd listen
to Bill Vaughn -nd Doe Morrow tell
aaeh othar who'a ruaialn' tha Democratic
X don't think rd Ilka to bear if," Ma
rejotnad, -not from what I read aboat
It tn tha papera." .-...
.."Wall, anyway.-. T. Paer contended.
-Andye ban tha chief idol aver aince
ha lnrentad tha aloran of tha DemderaUe
party down at New Orleans that time "
"X ain't eure I rem amber it.- Ma aaid
doubtfully. -What waa Itr r
"Wall." T. Taer related. -Andy crawled
up on a bale of .cotton nd wared hla
aword 'nd yeUed at all tha other Demo
erata. 1on'P.ahoot 'am till you can aee
tha wbitaa of their-eyaar"
"Mercy r Ma exclaimed. "Waa that
tha way they uaad to do, at Democratic
-That waa a battle.- T. aer corrected
her. "but that waa tha way Andy al
waya foucht. thouKh.-
-U It waa a battle.- Ma eald doubt
fully, 'how do you know ail tha eoMlere
Waa Democrat! r
-If anybody ever heard of any Re
pub Ucana beln' In New Orleans, they-ye
tot aom-tbin', on me." T. Paer retorted.
"If they waa any down thare. Auhr
wouldn't hare let 'em eenre In hla army J
"Ha mart of been a eantankeroua old
codter." Ma aaid reflectively, -He must
of been klnda hard to get alone; with."
-Oh. I don't know." T. Paer answered.
"Ererybody always knew Jffst which foot
he was stand In' on."
"Wall." Ma mused. "I don't know but
what I'd rather be around a person like
that In the Ung run."
"One thinf that made Andy fhmoos,
T. Paer Insisted, "waa that he wasn't
afraid to flht when he had to fight, 'nd
he wasn't afraid to call afellah a horse
thlef If he waa one." ,
-I expect It brought him trouble,- Ma
aaid, "but eren the people he waa fight
ing must have respected him."
"I gueas you're right," T. Paer agreed.
The poor boob that's always tryln to
keep the other fellah rrom ktckln him
In the a to roach by alwaya roostin' on
tha fanca la bound to get hla slats caved
In aoon or or later, no matter which way
Old Man Coyote's Great
BRINGING UP FATHER?
THE -OREGON DAILY JOURIIAL, PORTLAND, OREGCm
Br TfearaUa nr.
. W mi ka a Mas . '
WW a M gais ajaak Iraa ui I tmt.
, . . Oii Jaaa Oafotm.
fyncn at his home In tha Old Pasture
v- uh wan coyote had anawad a
Splendid big bona until It waa polished.
. Thera wasn't a scran of anvtMn t.r
on It Then with his strong teeth, he
"racked that bona and faastad an tha
Sweat BnarMw that in.u.
there wasn't as much aa the small of
this left be gave a little sigh of satisfac
tion and contentment and stretched out
for a raet In the sunshine.
'Ha faked hla Una a nil a.l.-.J fv .
- . iiniHvu. . urn
ha lloked hla fine ant .tip. ana
.! waa thlaktng af Bowmr the Hound
. .!! ne oled Uowaar over In
wlaam flaa.a a a. a a a.
K.viir.ii rorost ana oy so OOing had
made a chance to sat that aniendid hi
" 1 . aa mvaa " iiumwm h. - ...
bonaa Ilka this often. My. but ha la
hi-hy. lie certainly is lucky. I wonder
haw it would aaara to never have to
(wonder where the next meal . la coming
from. I'll hare to visit rarmer Brown s
again soon. - I wtsh thera was a place
over there for a fallow to hide."
. Jusl thjen he remembered the alack pf
straw la rarmer Brown's barnyard from
behind whkh he : had watched Mrs.
Urown glva Bowser that bone, and in a
i-n a great idea came to him, He
grinned so much that it
ha dldnt laugh right out
The next morning. Juaf as the Black
fhadowa weta Slaannaarln . mi Ma
Coyote onca mora waa avaa kk a
Farmer Brown's barn. All waa still. No
one was yet moving la Farmer Brown's
house. Bowser was la his own anug little
house aaleen. Old Man Cnvnta atnia .
to that stack of straw.ajaahere he went
' a.. A xsrv . J JM - . .
" - a m ooma r tie waa
burrowing under that stp.ck of straw. -
Ha Worked faat and It wasn't long be
fore ha had a hola tiadae (hat ataaa, .
hole big enough for him to crawl Into.
Onra out Of slsht Uftdar that ilna ha
made a place big enough for him to turn
arouaa in. it was snug aad warm ; very,
very comfortable indeed. Old Man Coy
ote grinned aa he lay down in thera
faclnc. so that be could" peep out and see,
au war went on in Farmer Brown's
ysrd. , .
Thle la tha nAoat rnmfoptahla m.. t
have found this winter.- thousht ha.
"Jack Froet aad Rough Brother North
Wind may do their worst
One by one the bens came out Into
I'll alwava ha warm In lim T3 t KS-
" ' waft atl,
r""?k'alch n U,at Koea on In Farmer
v"" yarn ana never be suspected. I
can learn tha ways of everybodyjibout
here, and If I don't get plenty to eat my
uw i Kjia Man coyote. This la
great Idea. Tea. sirit is a great ides,
ought to have thourht of it inn . n
. By this time Jolly, rounds red Mr. Sun
tua nu aaaiy climb up in the blue,
blue aky. and there were many sounds
from Farmer Brown's house. Presently
warmer Brown and Farmer Brown's
ooy came oat to milk and feed the cows
" iea me norses and the hens.
Bowaer tha naw.a a... . vi ......
- - aMiV va. IL ms liLlte
house, yawning and stretching, and went
i oaca uoor or f armer Brown's
house and whined until It waa opened
au tnia Old Maa Coyote watched.
rreaently the pleasant ador of frying
"" utia ma nose ana set his mouth
to watering. He sniffed longingly, but
nT were noiseless, snlf fa Black Pussy
tha Cat came out and sat nn h
step while aha washed her face. One by
" l" nana came out into the henyard.
How Old Man Coyote did hate the wire
ence arouna ejiat yard ! Farmer Brown
ana. his boy want Into the house for
nreaaraat. Everybody seemwi to hav
Ing breakfast, everybody but Old Man
(Copyriht,l!i2. T. w. Burtesi.)
aU I ears :
The nut mtnnr
Garage Man Accused
Of SeUimrPobr Grade
Of Oil Is Acquitted
Tha sixth. Portland garage man to be
prosecuted on a charge of salting u
that was Inferior to1 the on ordered fc
Batroaa, euhad la ha aequtttal by a
Jury la District Judge Delch's court,
Friday afternoon,, of Jameg p. Jeneen.
owner of tha Viaduct garage, .
'Tha ianr reaortad ' that -tr aa. i.
oameanor waa committed suit was Instl
tutad against tha wrana tnAivtitnai
leaving tha tmpreaalon that tha Jury
cvnataarea tnai pernaps someone at tha
"Old, Man Coyote Lies
max nas wrought
ivy io uiousancis
tortured by sHn
garage had substituted oil. but doubted
it waa J ansa n.
Ieputy District Attorney Crumpacker
nanaiaa toe prosecuuon In au six
f the garage cases. Those convicted
Were : CL R tTnham of th. rr
- . - WIU1IIIIII
Rlvar garage. 1L C Uendricksen ot the
garage at-aott Hawtboma avenue, own
o me mhi at Hiiva garage, c la
winter- garage at Slxtaanth and Jef
rerson. and tha Thanty-third Street
garaga, .. i v - ti r '
Night and DayJBank
Closed; (Knights "of
, Green (Hoth Nipped
8t Louis, Jan. T-tl. n &The
OMratlana ot tha naMi-a. 'iZ .
- - aauiv.,u uswraiiy ot
"' town are likely to be hampered for
1 ". coaing or tha Night
and Day bask, according, to members of
tha polios gambling equad today.
Tha bank, according to the "police. a
Patronised to a araat
- w - a.w aanr
blera, who found its lata bvanlng hours
a great help in putting tha winnings
y where the moths couldnt gat at
them. and. on mbuIm in
enough runda tjulckly to continue the
"lltUe : game." Half a million dollars
of gamblers money la said to Ha riaH
up In tha -eloaed bank. . . . .
I HOT UR AJEtUTAUS !
Hatr tka Tan V A . i, . - -w-r .
Lake Sanatorium Wednesday ware: j.
W. Starker,. Boise. Idaho ; Mrs. C
Thorn paoo. Union J Clyde Klddla, Island
City ; Ralph BuUer. La Qrande; R B.
McClelland. Rait Tka r . a r i
Bl-- Maho; William Glffela. Weisar.
v. swwara. oaaar t W. C
Pt-a aad faanilr. Botae, Idaho.
Ttl- kaJM)la. ' 1 Sa 'aUua -aa a
of Oerman lnvatio TVZ
fPp0rVrhMl tblro, tovarted
tO permit cooktnv ta k. : ...
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