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THE GOLD HILL NEWS, THUItSDAY, JUNE 2. 1932
UNDER FROZEN STARS
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Principal Events ot the Week
Assembled for Information
of Our Readers.
by GEORGE MARSH
"Yea, even with her short hair and
tha knickers. In fact the knickers
N e w S c o tt L e t t e r F o u n d
were becoming," be laughed.
Written by Sir Walter Bcott to Bit
Mary's regular features stiffened.
Idem Fergnaon, on January 11, 1823,
“They roust have been— very— when
FROM THE BBOINNINO
i seven page letter baa Just been pr»
you pulled her out of tha lake."
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mated to Glasgow university, Gia»
Then Jim briefly narrated tha events
From his fur post, Sunset House, in ‘ha Canadian north, Jim Stuart,
¡ow, Scotland, by Alexander J. Sou-
of tha evening following the coming ol
trader in clisrgs. with his headman, Omar, rescues a girl from an over-
Aurora LeBlond to Sunset House.
Wheat — Big Bend bluestem. hard a r of Sydney. Australia. It nevat
turned esnos in the lake. She is Aurora LsBlond, daughter of Stuarts
When ha had finished, the girl who winter, 71c; soft white and western ■as been published, having been lying
rival in tha fur business, and proves to ba a charming companion. In a
had listened while her eyes furtively j whits, 61 Vie; hard winter, northern «elected In Australia for 90 yearsand
spirit of fun, shs and Jim arrange to exchange notes on a certain bland.
LsBlond, with Parsdb, his half-bresd lieutenant, arrives in search of the
a aald to present a completA char-
ranged from crisp brown bslr, and spring and western red, 59 Vic.
missing girL Paradis displays enmity towsrd Jim, though LsBlond ac
bold, weather-burned feature», to tbs
icter of tbe Scottish writer.
knowledges his debt of gratitude to Sunset House. Going to the island,
wall-sat shoulders and capable bands,
Jim b ambushed by Paradis and forced to travel towsrd the LsBlond
said quietly: "And to think that yoo’ll land; Alfalfa. Yakima, 114.
post. On the way bs overturns the boat, leaving his half drowned enemy
never sea this— what d’they call 'cm,
on the beach.
flappers?—thia flappA again, the
Hogs—Good to choice, $3.50 0 1 00
daughter of your bitter rival. Poor
Cattle—Choice steers, $6.00 0 6.50
Omar ahook hla bead. "Ils got soms- Lauren monopolizing her for days— Jim!"
Tha sound of voices checked Jim’s j Lambs—Spring, $4.00 0 4.50.
t’lng sen a tres.”
Frequently It 1» worm«.
reply as Christie st^d McComb entered
deep resentment over the duty which
"Wall, let's (ta rt along," aald Jim.
T h « » dangerou» ond di*-
q w tin g parasites which ore
“Ha'a near tha tralL We'll find out"
That evening tha inspector sat lata bard winter, t2c; western red. tic ;
SO comma» to children ora more
Taking up their loads tha two men He found himself wondering It this
most mothers think. Rnstlnss
continued over the carry. Rhortly they
northern spring 53c; bluestem, 72c.
stnnp, gritting thn taath,scratching thn not«,
set House had been little better than
laughed at a Jealousy based on a few
cams up with Minoka, yelping excitedly
a r iock of app«til« are signs lhat worms
hours with a girl whom. In all likeli that of the year before. It was a
a few yards off tha trail.
are pretnnt. Give Dr. Jayne'« Vsrmifuga
great disappointment to Andrew Chris-
Hllpplng tha tump line from hla head, hood, he would never see again.
promptly. It is oaa sura way to axpal round
Hogs—Good to choice, $404 15.
tie and he made no effort to conceal
Tha peterboro approached the post,
Jim dropped hla load and turned off
worms and their nggs from tha intestine*.
PUotant, sure ond gnntln in action, abso
tha path to see what the husky had
“They’ll be after me again at Winni
Sheep— Spring lambs, $505.50.
lutely harmioss. If worms ar» present it will
treed, when an angry voice rose above hundred years this post bad guarded
do wonders for your child. G«t a bottla
the bedlam of the husky'a yelps
said, squinting at Jim through his
today from your druggist DR. D. JAYNE
Cattle—Steers, good, $6.50 06.25.
••Call off that dog!"
& SON. Philadelphia.
In the thick branches of a spruce and his clerk, McComb, turned from steel-rimmed glasses. " It’s three years
Hogs—Good to choice, $3.7503.85.
the slab table where they were bent now since we set you op at Mita-
O VER 3 8 M IL L IO N BOTTLES SO LD
perched a stranger treed by Hinoke.
Lambs—Good to choice, $4.50 0 5.00.
wangagama and yeh're making little
•Here, Rmoke! Rtop that noise!" over a book of accounts, heads to
headway against the Frenchman.
Recretly amused at the discomfiture of gether, when Jim entered.
"Good duy, Mr. Christie—McComb I" Ye’ve been a great disappointment to
While out for a walk, Mra. Elale
the man In the tree. Jim reached Ills
me. Stuart. Knowing yer father, and
Maurer, who lived at Banks about a
dog. “Ile a all right, now; be won't
yer own record at God’s lake, I picked
bother you." he snld.
year ago, dropped dead on a Portland
Odd Typo of Frag
"What d’yuh mean—having a wolf framed In sn Iron gray beard, turned yeh as t?ie man to beat Louis Lelllond street.
on the voyugeur with the i-lfigy of a
A frog that Dever goes near the
like the! loose In the bush? I f I'd
Jim’s blood heated at the unfairness
After being abut down for a short vater Is one of the curiosities noted
smile on the stiff lips.
bad my gun. I ’d have bored him."
"So ye're here— at laat? I've been of the thrust. "Yea," he aald. "and time, the Coquille Shingle M ill com ly Arthur Loverldge, of Harvard'i
“Oh. no, you wouldn't kill a val
how have you backed me np? You've pany expects to resume operation! tluseum of Comparative Zoology on
uable dog because he yelped at you. If expecting yeh."
Jim’s teelb clamp«! hard at the cool held me to Lake Expanse prices and next week.
i trip through East Africa. He found
you'd spoken to him, he wouldn't
ness of his reception from tha In allowed LeRlond to outbid me for tbe
:hls type of frog in an exceedingly
have hurt you." Jim scrutinized the
Iry and sandy region.
stranger, who suspiciously eyed Rmoke, spector of the district.
"I came by canoe— not airplane,” he
now calmly surveying his former
line. A spark flew Into the gasoline
Evidently, from bis good countered.
"That's true; they are; but Le- Unk while he was welding.
“Well. Mary’s waiting to see yeh at
clothes and general appearance, he
Rlond'a got a mysterious hold on all
had coma from “outside." Who could the house and supper'll soon be ready,
The city council of Astoria has re
so we'll not talk business now," an the northern hunters who’ve kept
pealed an ordinance licensing paint
utually yield quickly when
"Apeak to him? I spoke to him In swered tha older roan, turning to his
we've stumbled Into a clue. We’re ers, paper-hangers and decorators and
four languages, but hs wouldn't llsteu," figures.
compelling them to put up a bond.
At the factor’s quarters a woman going to follow It up this nuinmer.”
laughed the other.
"Well. It's high time tha post was
A heavy hall storm struck an area
"Welt, Rmoke's satisfied that you're watched Jim's approach. He waved
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his hat and she lifted a hand In reply. getting Its share of that trade. It's near Six Corners, stripping leaves
all right, now," snld Jim, Impressed
beyond me why ye've not done batter.
by the good nature of this man In new As ha reached her the fair skin of the
freely applied three times a
girl's face was touched with color, her Yer father. If alive, would ba lore dis stones were left In yards and on roofs.
whipcords, with the stamp of the city
day. It haa helpad many after
on face and manner. "You left your blue eyes, beneath the thatch of gold
other treatments failed. Ask your
Jim choked down hl* anger as tha
John Cornett, who was In Redmond
knotted at the back, alight with
outfit at the end of the portage?"
Druggist for tha $ 1 .2 5 size.
old man went on: "Now they’ll not recently from his Ochoco ranch, said
"Yea. You're Hudson's Bay people, pleasure.
"Well. Jltq, how are you?" said be thinking of a change this year, four elk had fed with his cows all
The stranger smiled.
Mary Christie as he took her hand. bot—"
winter. The elk follow the cows
"I'm Meljiuren. of the North-West
"But what?" broke tn the exas
perated factor of Runset House. “I f home each night.
"Oh. yes, Mr. Mcljiuren I've heard
Due to the copious rains the present
C a n 't E a t Rocks
“Reema longer than that to me, that's meant to ba a threat, Mr. Chris
of you." Jim had Indeed heard of the
Blinks—Just got bad news for my
Mary." he returned. "How well you’re tie, make It specific I I ’ve worked season, a bumper crop of atrawber-
man who had furnished the financial
hard to make a go of It, but you know rle< i , anticipated In the Marshfield
looking thia spring!"
backing for LeRlond's string of fur
and I know that we've got tha cleverest district. Local berries are now ap
Jinks—Yeah? What's that?
posts: but he was surprised to find
fur man In the bush as a competitor, pearing on the market.
Blinks—My wife has decided ta
him so young—hardly forty, from his
and If you and headquarters think
lave me make a rock gardes thia
looks. "My name la Stuart I'm In profile of tha man beside bar. " I’m soma one elae would do better, say so
The Astoria chamber of commerce
rear instead of planting a vegetable
glad yon think so, Jim."
charge at Sunset House."
wUI undertake a campaign to sell
Jim thought of Aurora T-eBlond. now. Rend another man and see what
For a space McLauren s e e m e d to
memberships in the Oregon Coast
Sooner or later the news of the glrl'a he’ll show!”
measure ihe caliber of the tall fur
“T n tl tu t! Not so fasti I sent yeh Highway association and will have a
mishap and the visit of her father to
trader with the level gray cyca which
Sunset House would reach Lake Ex up there and I ain’t ordered yeh out— goal of 1000 memberships.
coolly looked Into hla Then he said:
Checks covering SO per cent of the
"Ro you're the chap who's bucking us panse. He would have to report It to yet.”
The gray eyea of the younger maa
Christie. Rut he would tell Mary now
claims against the defunct Bank of
at Runset House?"
before her father and McComb ap glittered. “ What you mean,” he aald, Southwestern Oregon, at Marshfield,
"Yea Mr. M cljiuren," said Stuart,
staring through half-shut eyes Into the
hla face hardening, "I'm burking you. peared.
are ready (or distribution. The amount
“Did you know that my rival La- Impassive face of Andrew Christie
In the Inst three years you've had the
to be distributed Is $73,523.
laugh on me. but I want to tell you Blond haa hla daughter with him this
t o u t » . Sprinkle 11 ab ou t th « Soar,
you're giving me one more chance— a
The Roseburg city council has set
that you'll have to work for the fur
M hours a day. Side. Cheap. G u
In the future."
"Aye, that would be fair."
M ora th a n l.t M .a M
tion to vote on the proposed annexa
Mel.auren, with a smile, extended passed through. Have you seen her?"
Jim smiled sourly. "Knowing the
t year. A t ]
tlon of Edenbower, Riverside and
his hand. “Good day, Stuart," he »aid. demanded the rlrl with Interest.
odds against ns, you, nevertheless,
“Well," said Jim with a amlle, "I
Ignoring Jim's remark, "from what I
think we ought to be on our feet by West Roseburg to Roseburg.
hear of you. you're too good a man to
A carload of bass will be shipped by
be sacrificed at Sunset House. The In .a big blow clinging to a canoe drift
the state game commission to Klam
odds are too heavy against you."
"Well," said Jim. rising, and ex ath county to be planted in Upper
Mary Christie leaned toward the
“This winter the odds are going to
pelling a deep breath, “unfair aa It is.
C u ltiv a to r W ith in T r e e
shift," said Jim, as McLauren's men speaker, her face eHger with curiosity. I'll take you. I f I don’t double the Klamath lake, where It Is thought
A tree on the property of Law
conditions (or their propagation are
came up with the canoe anil dunnage, "You auved her life—pulled her out trade next year I'll q u it"
rence Henderhan, of Marietta, Ohio,
and the partner of Lelilond left him. of the Inke? What’s she like?"
The following morning as he walked Ideal.
aas grown to maturity with Its trunk
The feminine curiosity evidenced In
"You mak' moch talk wld dat feller."
Mayor Berg of Coquille has pro
on the shore of the lske with Mary
grumbled Omar, walking to the canoe. the question drew a Inugh from the Christie he told her of the year of claimed May 28 a city holiday. It la Inclosing a farm cultivator. Tbe
tree, an elm. formed around the cul
“ He tak' de fur from you an' you trader. "Well, she had bobbed hair grace given him by her father.
the occasion of the dedication of the tivator when it wna a sapling. It la
shake hand. Rettalr let Smoke eat and wore knickers. What d'you think
“Oh. Jim,” she protested, “he doesn't bridge at Gold Beach and part of the low 10 inches thick.
heem up. eh?"
mean that. They're worrying him at opening of the coast highway cere
“I don't think much of It,” said
"You're certainly a good hater,
Winnipeg and he's taking It out on mony.
Omar," laughed Jim. "Rut the man Mary, drily, "but you’re not telling
everybody. He was the same way
was friendly, and I was glad to havs me what she's like."
The McKensle highway at the sum
with McCoy, from Jackflsh, last week."
"Are you Interested to hear the rest
a look at LeRlond's partner."
“Well,” Jim turned, to surprise tha mlt of the Cascades Is still buried un
"Ah-hah I" grunted the half-breed, of the s to ry r he demanded.
veiled look In her e.vea—a look now der 15 feet of snow and unless an ef • ( t h e L O W R e d a e e d R a te
"What Is she like, Jim? What hap
lifting the peterboro to hla shoulders.
close to pain, "It's hard to work three fort is made by the highway depart tn d visit Europe th is su m m er.
"He steal de fur an’ he steal de girl." pened? Did you take her to Sunset years as we have worked and In tha
ment to open tbe road It wul remain • r i t e ▼ . A. PRATT, % Canadian
Across the remaining mile of portage House?"
Pacific S. S. Com pany, Straus B uild-
end get kicked for our pains."
blocked until July.
ng, Chicago, Illinois-
to the Woman river Omar's gloomy
“I appreciate what you've done up
A good looker—striking, In
Fruit farmers have quit telling about
prophecy dominated Jim's thoughts. ther.
there, Jim.” Rhe gated at him through
Already hs had put the hope of agnln fact,” he stumbled on.
eyes unabashed, empty of all subter freakishly formed fruit and blossoms
F r o s e a R e c e p t io n s , T a n
“Even with her hair bobbed—and
seeing Aurora I^RIond, that summer,
fuge, as she said alowly: "Doesn't at Cove. Mrs. Hugo Blank, It la re
Blinks—How did you manage to
behind him, but ths thought of Me- knickers F’
It mean anything to you to know that lated. claims to have a sweet apple tatch such a cold?
tree which now bears three perfectly
I believe In you?"
Jinka—I dropped in at tbe bank to
He saw the girl's heart In her stead formed double white roses.
tee about getting a loan, and going
fast gaze and a strong Impulse to taka
The judges to select the queen of from the outside air to the zero stuff
wlmt she so freely offered swept him,
the Lebanon Strawberry fair will be I found In there gave me chills.—
when a flash of dark eyes framed by
Considering that the serpent, alone tropical countries where It Is found In wind-tossed hair crossed his vision. from Willamette university, Unlver
greatest number and widest variety, It
Slowly he nodded. " It does mean a lot slty of Oregon and Oregon State col
among the lower creatures, can travel
Cannon a Cnriasity
Is the dresd snd curse of the country to have your confidence—your friend lege. The choice will be based on
with speed upon land or upon water,
poise, attractiveness and personality.
can climb trees, swallow other crea
from a solid bar' of Iron by Andrew
With a sigh she turned from him
tures of much greater girth than Itself, Ingredient of nnfural religion.
The bodies of Edmund C. Brown and I. Nave of Columbus, Texas, Is In the
Mesopotamia, the original home of and they continued their walk.
go without food for Incredibly long
hla wife, lost in a blizzard during Jan Witte Memorial museum of San An
period«, haa eye» protected by a very the human race, la especially Infested
That afternoon ns the canoe left uary In the Dead Indian country, were
strong horny substance, so that It can with serpents, sometimes In numbers the post bound back to Sunset House
returned to Ashland last week. They
squeeze Itself Into stony crevices almost Incredible, the mouth of the and Jim waved hla hat at the lone
S ho w
without damaging Its eyesight, pos Euphrates In some flood seasons being figure standing In the clearing he car were found by William Lindsay and
"Going to the horse show?"
sesses the ability to fascinate birds a great moving mnsa of the horrifying ried with him the memory of the tense William Taylor, who have searched
" I think I will. It may be my las’
and »mall animals so that they are creatures.
face of Mary Christie. He saw her long to determine the fate of the cou
again, her heart In her eyes, offering pie, who froze to death attempting to thance to see a horse."
helpless to make their escape, enn In
Copyright * 7 Peas Puh. Os,
That afternoon, on the shore at Hun-
•at House, Omer aat pulling glooeilly
a t his plpa beside tha loads'] and wait
ing peterboro, scanning (ha wlds
roaches of tha atlll lake for a sign of
“Ha go for to s m dat woman," hs
muttered, with an ominous shake of
his black hsad, as bs rut a pipeful
front a plug of Company nigger hand.
Than ba turned with a scowl at tha
anunil of Sarah's shrill roles.
“ W ars aas Messier J earn 7"
As ha glanced around at her Omar's
swart faaluraa slowly expanded In a
ainlla. Marsh’s coal black head was
resplendent In a crimson scarf.
"Why you laugh?" she demanded
angrily, her black ayes snapping as
Omar’s mouth widened Into a leer.
Ha liked to bait tha Aery Harah.
“Ton look lak' da sky w en da sun sat.
Martha, aha sea you 7*’
Tha th lrksat
at am pad her moccaslned foot on a peb
ble, and as quickly lifted It with a
grunted. " Io !" of pain. "W are »-as ha?
You not go to Lak1 K ip a n w r »ha
•napped. Ignoring tha allusion to her
"Ah hah. we go!" replied the smiteed
Omar, refusing to share his suspicions
with tha Inquisitive OJIbwa. who had
evidently been won over by Aurora»
gift. "She gears yon dat? You lak
dat erases girl of Leltlond?"
Tossing her gaudy head, the self-
conscloua Harah turned away as »he
proudly threw over her shoulder:
"Kat Ink’ ma nee mink skin to buy dis
With a shrug of hla heavy shoulders
at the fli-kleneas of women. Omar re-
•tim e d his vigil by the lake. In mid-
afternoon Jim’s birch-bark slid In to
Leaving Emm In charge of the po»t,
planning his coming campaign In the
Pipestone country. Stuart and Omar,
with Smoke running the near shore,
paddled late Into the June twilight.
Should he ever see her again, Jim won
dered. It would be August when he
returned from Ijtko Kxpanse. and then
they must start north with Eaau.
When they returned from the summer
ramp» of the Pipestone OJIhwaa. »he
would he gone. And now, when Parn-
dls told his story. LaBlond would have
her watched—followed. There would
he no message at tha split rock—not
even a good by.
As the stem of the canoe nosed a
wedge-shaped ripple over the still lake
tluted with the rose of tha afterglow,
past tha silhouettes of spruce ridges
purple against the flushed sky, tha
poignant memory of the bewildering
girl the storm had brought to Sunset
House accompanied the bowman.
At last, while there was yet light
to make camp, they landed. And be
fore the supper was cooked. Rmoke ap
peared, wet from his swim across tha
mouth of a wide bay.
••Well, old spsrt, you left the shore
to follow game, eh?” Jim rubbed the
black ears of the great head as the
panting Rmoke »wished his tall In
pleasure at reaching hla master.
After supper, with the dog’s great
hend between his knees, Jim described
hla meeting with Paradis, while tha
seamed face of Omar reflected his dis
approval In a set scowl. Much ns he
shrank from bringing Aurora Leltlond
Into the narrative, the staunch loyalty
of hla friend deserved In return Jim’s
complete confidence. Omnr had al
ready guessed why he had taken that
“You lak’ dat woman ver' moch?”
the half breed asked gravely when
Stuart had finished. "Eet mak’ troub’
for you. I fo t you lak’ dat girl of
Christie, at I.ak’ Expanse.”
"Well, I like her, too, Omar. She’s
a fine woman, Mary Christie."
• Rut eef you lak* dat French girl,
why yon not let heem drown—dis
Jim shook his head. "I couldn’t do
that. He couldn't swim. I had upset
"He weel mak’ moch troub’ for us.
Rettalr let heam drown: no one know,"
The Indian In Omar had spoken. "You
cross de lak' again, Omar go wld you,”
"You old wolf I You wouldn’t let
Paradis off, If you got those paws of
yours on him. Their heating us for
the trade’s got under your akin."
With a guttural growl Omnr nodded.
"Wa feex dem yet, you and Esau and
Omar. We get fur from de Pipestone
countree dis long snow, or—phlt I
Sunset House, she bust!" And knock
ing out his pipe, the loyal French-
OJIbwa prepared to roll himself In his
Two days later Jim and Omar were
parking over the portage between the
I-ake of the Rand Reaches and the
Woman river, which flowed Into Lake
Ahead, Rmoke thrashed
through tha "bush" In search of rab
bits. Half-way across the carry Omar
rested the bow of the canoe In a
hlrch and Jim slipped the tump line
lashed to his backload from his fore
head. Then they sot down and filled
•’Christie’s going to tear his hair
over our small spring trade,” said Jim.
" I suppose he'll blame It all on me."
"Ah-hah, hs forget w’at you did At
•'They're prodding him pretty hard
from Winnipeg. He’s a bit worried—
thinks they might retire him."
The furious yelping of the husky up
the trail caused the two men to lift
their heads In curiosity.
‘‘What’s he got, there?" queried Jim.
“He's not running—can't hara stum
bled Into • sulky bull roooeo."
OREGON STATE NEWS M e r c o liz e d W a x
OF GENERAL INTEREST 5 ? ^ J k l n Y o u n |
(W N U Service)
—i h t r t is
R heumatic P ains
K IL L S
P E T E R M A N S
A N T FOOD K
Serpent Big Figure in Mythology and History
flict death by a bite, etc., It Is not to
be wondered at that It figures Isrgely
In ancient mythology and history, as
also In l'.lbllcal lore.
Egypt. India, Africa found place for
It among their gods. At one period
In tholr history the Israelites also paid
It divine honors (11 Kings 18:4). In
E x p la in in g S o la r S ystem
The solar system la the sun, with
the group of celeetliil bodies which,
held by Its attraction, revolve around
It, Thia group comprises, so far as Is
known, nine major plnnets attended
by 20 satellites, about 700 minor plan
eta or asteroids, also comets and me
Special Holy Days
Ember days or Ember weeks sre the
four seasons set apart In the early cen
turies by the western church for spe
cial prayer and fasting and for the
ordination of the clergy. The weeks
are those Immediately following lloly
Cross day, Reptemher 14; Rt. Lucy’s
day, December 13; the first Sunday In
l^n t (movable), and Whit Sunday
(also movable). Wednesdays, Fridays
and Saturdays of these weeks are
called Ember days, the Sundays fol
lowing these days being days of ordi
nation. They were known to be ob
served In Britain as early as .197, and
were affirmed by the couucll of Aen-
her love. Her appeal had been pow
erful—the frank revelation by thia
proud girl who had held much of hla
thoughts until n canoe drifted across
even If the black-lashed eyes of Aurora
LeRlond had never flashed their chal
lenge, It could not have been other
wise. Andrew Christie had, the night
before, cracked the whip of his au
thority over Jtm'a head—gives him a
year of grace. In all honor he could
not then have sought sane'nary be
hind the skirts of his chief’s daugh
ter. But the picture of the girl In the
distant clearing signaling Godspeed
to the rapidly disappearing canoe, laf
the bowman sic* at heart.
c o N T ix t ia n t
reach their own cabin.
In America we make the laws and
Paul Aiken of Heppner received a then quarrel with them.
broken ankle, a partially severed ear.
a deep gash on his head and other In
Juries when a car which he was driv
S u ffe r » » avoid d au goroo» o p e r a tio n
ing overturned on the highway on
an d pntnon ram ed lee—
Hinton creek above town Thursday
" V f I N B O P K E L P **
la risk ta RATUSAL OBOANIO lOOIMM
Phosphorus,Magasslsm, Onlctnni, Sodium.
Mrs. Millard Martin, wife of the
Ada postmaster, was burned seriously
last week at her home near Ada
when the fireplace exploded from gas g n u C F T ir N . Gladly tall how my daugh.
*.«r w m quickly relieved at home by new
oline that Wesley, her five-year-old llscovery w ithout th« «,« of harmful
Irug, Nothing to e e ll Writ« MRS BIJRKB,
son, applied to make the fire burn DRAWER F, ARLINGTON, TEXAS.
— T -W
O O B T E R
W . N. U., Portland, No. 23-1932,