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How to Do Things
had been making lure in over the will ’ «' i, did ui t believe tho likeness you
—at least till 1 had learned all uliout her sent her was your own. She went to
I She was there sure enough, looking M., taking the photograph with her,
Pnblisbed Every Thursday
; as pretty as a picture a brunette with and a mutual friend of hers and Mr.
a profusion of Jet black hair, a statolv Atkins there told her that it was Ids Drop a live coul Into the vvuter with
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
figure anti as mischievous an eye as picture. Before leaviug towu she saw which you wash u saucepan that has
1 saw in a woman. When 1 first you at work at your instrument nud been used for onions. It will quite
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
she was talking with another knew that you were her correspondent. tuko the oniony taste away.
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Ulo-
girl about her own age. uml that 1 Then Mr.' Atkins returned from the Boll very dirty curtains In water to
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un
might nol give myself away to Foster war. SMt w ent again to M., made his which some bleaching soda has been
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
I asked him to introduce me to the acquaintance and told him the secret. added. It Is wonderful how It gets
“Meanwhile you had gone to G., and them back to a good color. Directions
S ubscription R atxb
She proved to he Miss Ellen Ornisbv. the moment you entered the ballroom for use ure printed ou the packet in
One Year, in advance .....................$1.00
a staid young woman whom 1 found Nellie recognised you. She saw your which you buy it.
Six Months............................................. 50
rather hard to talk to. I asked her attention fixed on me and Introduced Make the best parts of worn table
Single Copy.............................................05 *
♦ who was the girl she was with when 1 you. Your enjoyment In the part you cloths Into table napkins. If washed
♦ was Introduced to her. aud she said she were playing gave us double what vva- at home such napkins will last for
By WARREN MILLER
A dvertising R ates
evident in you. When your invitatio , months. Don't starch. Iron when
was Agues Miller and. taking the hint, came
Displayed Advertisements, 00 cents pei
we decided to spring the Joke on rather damp aud they will be quite
inch per month, single column. All There is no more favorable oppor and was introducer*
at the theater. We wrote Mi stiff enough.
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents j>er
find out if possible where on. Add a few drops of lemon Juice to
tunity for young people of opposite sex
line for each insertion.
and get two more near atiy soup or gravy that Isn’t “tasty"
Timber land notices
$10.00 to poke fun at each other than over a my life as when 1 found myself incog- | them. This he
learned through you. enough. I.euiou Jut, e brln; - up tho
5.00 telephone or telegraph wire. There ti a uito chatting with the girl whom 1 had "So you see that
a man set- flavor In a most wonderful way.
Political Announcement Cards $10.00 fascination in operating from behind u been saying soft tilings to over the ' hini«elf up to outwit when
he must Rub flatirons before using on a rag
shield rendering one invisible. A girl
a pi •»> of w.. . »;»• l> e.al
J ob PitPAic^HEvr
will delight to say things to a man who the denouement as long ¡is possible. It was nil plain enough now. I a tn has wht.-h
tied The wax ei ik, tho
My Job Department is complete in ever} can't
her and doesn't know who she
slip over w. never in belt-.:
respect and I am able to do all kinds Is. 1 see
a telegraph operator when a (lew to my identity by the slightest the play Invited tho party to the bos, ironed
Commercial Job Printing on short young was
man, and 1 noticed this disposi
notice at reasonable prices.
that*could bo obtained.
I Mn bo a beefsteak pudding vrlth half
tion in many a girl operator with whom us. And as to letting her know even supper
beef uml kidney aud half well boiled
I talked over the wire. 1 am a matter
ui.natron! or rice. It will be Just :is
THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1917
of fact sort of a fellow myself and ing would tempt me to ii>k giving that I paired off with Ml«s Miller uml nourishing
as If you had used tiII meat.
! doubt if it would ever have o lined
will not whip add he
bamboozle a girl In tills fash 1 danced «everal times with Agnes
White of an egg to tho contents of the
If, for instance, the logs of the to |0n me to noj
,pe girl sy|oxvtt a illeposl Miller and once with her fill ml I.'licn
howl. le t both egg ttnJ cream be
Oriuahy. 1 coin hided to go slow with
chairs surrounding card table were ! tion to bamboozle me.
thoroughly chilled, then try
first tried it was an opera Miss Miller, hut I got in a number of
to be ordered taken from the seats, tor She at who
the cream will be found to
compliments and several looks Imlieat- I
there would be an army of men away from me. I was In the town <>f lag my admiral ion for her. When I !
Iron saucepans should be cleaned as
that if they did not enll.-t they M., while the girl was out at G.. a way left her to catch im trulfi. which 1 did j
as possible after use nud lf mty-
Always on the Job.
station some twenty milrs distant in before the dance hud eude.l. I pressed "Now, children,
could become useful In producing the
Las boon bot'-'.i In thorn
country. She had more time on her her hand and received a slight pressuie | a few moments about one of the most •v ♦ <rt greasy
da tv I boll tbls up
something to feed the people.
hands than 1, and I suppose this is in return.
what set her on to quizzing me. She Very soon after this l received a nounoed the minister to the Sunday
There is a great deal of talk stavted
in one night about 9 o’clo shock at the return of Ram Atkins.
school. “What Is Milk Is an Economical
Spanish war was over, and Sam
nowadays about the mcessity of after having taken a message from me. Tlie
-ÏÏFM C 71 lf
1 r d h s
And Nourishing Food
by asking me what was go had come home in ex' client health and
raising more live stock, says E L. | beginning
a w ay, b o a t s
ing on in town; bow 1 liked M.; If handsome as ever. What dis< oneortrd
away, never ceas
JPotter. of the O. A. C , hut I've there was any fun going on there and me was that in s> me way—I having
whether you The average pci son In this country
her di<djke at being com
stock cannot he grown without expressing
wake or sleep, uses
little more titan n Itulf
feed and there is no use talking! like G. From this we fell to talking it occurred to me that there was no
night mid day, pint of only milk a duily.
This quanti v \ ..a
week In and week very profitably be increased
about raising more live stock until about ourselves and naturally, ua per likelihood of this sim e she was so far
out. mouth lu and milk is avulluble, says tlie when United
sons of opposite sex at that,age inva- from bniti of us.
munih out, year Stales department of agriculture. Econ
i enough i . to lustifv
, for ! riablv •; do, • Dtiallv
on , to love
amt . He did give a scare one evening when
and year out, omy in the diet docs uot always depend
y & J .
! marriage. I* rom love aud marriage In and pretty face among the photographs
any ef upon limiting the use of certain foods,
feeding purposes. 1 he man whoj general we dropped into specialties, at
part, but sometimes it is a question of ac
accumulates a lot of stock without last narrowing the topic down to our clared he would scour the country
as tually Increasing tlie use of foods
knowing whore lit is to get the feed selves.
furnish uutritlve material at
me along in the channel
throbbing, throbbing rhythmically all which
for them is only courting disaster she The laid girl out led herself
tHU I admitted that, the picture.
of milk only as a
being a lottery, 1 would about Cm my return from G. I resumed my | your
and. while his efforts might be in marriage
During tlie pause in the effective ora beverage, hut If think
spired by the purest motives of edge of as one I had met and loved. far more than, before from having torical delivery a small voice piped It Is In reality a nourishing
patriotism, the result would be a All I required was to know that the made her acquaintance. It was very forth:
“The gas meter."—Country Gentle Milk contains the body building ma
I was to marry possessed a fair amusing to talk with her, having seen man.
detriment instead of a benefit to girl
terials (protein uml mineral i uliatances,
amount of good looks. One thing led her, while 1 was still unknown to her
such as llmo and phosphorus), and
to another till it was arranged (hat she extopt through Srtni Atkins’ photo
The Stranger Obliged.
also supplies energy for carrying on
should mail mo her photograph and 1 graph. Rho continued to complain of
BEGINNING AT THE WRONG END. should send her mine. Then if we wore the dullness of G., so l concluded to A stranger walking along a country the body functions. The following
her to come t ■ town and go w ith road in the suburbs of Dublin met an shows the quantities of various foods
The country newspapers are be mutually pleased we might proceed ask
the theater. Tins would I t her Irishman who was bolding a rum by needed to supply ns much protein or
further toward forming on acquaint
ing appealed to to urge the farmer ance
encay rs n quart of bulk:
Into the secret < f my having sent her the horns.
"Will you bold this ram." said the I'roieln. A quart or milk Is equal to
to greati r production. The ap The next day I looked over my stock another loan's photograph, but I must Irishman,
“just while 1 climb over this •even o.Dices of sirloin steak, or six
let that out s< me time, anil there was
peals ceme from professors of col of photograph»—not of myself, hut of no
uii'v.: of round steak, or four and
friends—and. selecting one of Sum
leges, the clubs of the cities, etc. my
lire- lentils of eg" . nr eight and three
Atkins, the best looking fellow in (lie She accepted the 1 11 vitati- u with alac side ?"
fifths ounces of fowl.
The farmer is. and always haf lot. 1 sent it to the girl. Sam was off rity and appointed a night. 1 procured “Certainly.” re
Energy.- A quart of milk Is equal to
couple of scats and wrote her that I plied the obliging
been a progressive producer. His at the Spanlsh-Ainerienn war ut the n would
ounces of alrloiit steak, or twelve
aud I trusted to his getting shot
business is production, and like or time,
of round si -ik. or eight and a
of disease so that I might not her from there yj the theater; she seized the boms.
or ten and seven tenths
other good business men, he is on get dying
into trouble by passing him off for
unices of fowl.
worn in my buttonhole. To keep the “Thanks,"
the alert for a greater production, myself. In return I received a i Icture bon
A tatde nf comparative costs of these
the fraud till li r arrival I naked her when I r he
pretty girl, who I Judged to up carry
the same as the business man is to of from a rather
foods would show that If milk is sell
her features was full of mis
the other side
ing at Kt cents n (pm t sirloin steak
a greater and bigger business. chief, the
very one to pvt up Just such V.hen Miss Miller alighted from the “T
in list sell a i low ns 22.3 cents n pound
Now it comes to pass that Uncle a complication as we were entering before, with tho orange ribbon in my b r u t e attacked
and eg-s at 25.1 ecu's n dozen 1“ sup
Sam wants recruits for his army smile and in her eyes a very saucy buttonhole she stood still for u mo me an hour ago, and 1 have been strug ply protein at equal cost. It would
to get avvtiy* ever since. So long also show that milk even nt 15 cent* a
ment: then, simply remarking that we gling
and the farmers’ ¡ois and the look.
hold his horns be can t hurt you. pin i t Is ii cheap source of energy as
that the wires began to warm
farmers’ help are quick to respond. up Aftpr
I hope you'll he as lucky In compared with sirloin steak and eggs.
our conversations, (ill at last about tlie photograph, we left the sta getting ti way."
Hence, the opportunity tor the they with
came to a white heat with love
usual, production is handicapped passages.
When we h id Gird a lot of lug and au hour must olnjoe l efore
missiles at each other we Pecan the play would be'-'In, we walked to a » « K l
and then to appeal for greater pro sucli
about meeting.' At Try pro park or central qtiar» and r at down on
duction to institutions that hake to posal talk to go
see h r : he ouoiod d-'WU one of the benches. S!i" tin- i reproved
always aimed at, and made, the a bit. and it to was
easy to see that her me mildly for sending her tho wrong
was the result of fighting photograph, hut said she didn't mind
greatest production that was pos exuberance
behind a masked buttery. I made sev that since site hud made tny to qiiaiut-
sible, seems to us like attempting eral
propositions to go t* see tier on a nu a* at G.
certain day and houf. but for every When we entered the theater and
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
our seats hut few people had ar
W ould it not be a better plan time I set she gave some reason why took
lie Inconvenient or Impossible rived. We enjoyed ourselves (batting
more especially than in
for these professors to urge the It for would
her t'L receive me. At last It oc about our telegraphic correspondence
closing of pcol halls and card curred to me to go up and look her over aud watching the audience cin e lit
my heart stood "till.
rooms in the cities and towns so without an appointment. Never hav Suddenly
and take tlie two
th a t'th e arm y of men and boys So one day, having secured a leave, I sent In tho in-xt enter
row in front of us hut
who hang around them could started to see my charmer. On arrival Ram Atkins and Miss Milter's friend, t Our largo stock is in every instnnue the best that can be had
I had met at G , Ellen Ornisby.
be put in the production class, I walked up Into the village and on the whim
■ u their faces was, to
and our aim will be to keep the high standard up.
thus assisting the farm er to re at once by her photograph. I followed say the least, peculiar.
place the help th a t ha» gone to her Into several shops arid finally to a struggling to assert themselves which
yellow house that stood bark from the the three were endeavoring to sup
street. She went into the bowse, aud. press. I cast a hasty glance at my com
having waited half an hour for tier to panion and sow her eye» fairly dance
DO YOUR SHARE.
come out, I concluded she lived there. wiih n mingled delight, mis Id. f and
1 knew- a man in the place. Torn Fos triumph.
and. hunting him up. told him that I knew at once that the n ine I had
Are you doing your chare in
wa3 a girl hi the town I wished tieen playing had not only been discov
the cause of humanity? The
lie said there was going to er,<1 hut lutd been turned against me.
world's progress is caused not
that evening and all the “Sum, you rasr-aip I exclilmed. I
only by the mighty pushes of its
girls in the place would bo there. He “You're n traitor to your own soxf* •,
heroes, but also by the aggregate
would take me with him, and If he My remark occasioned a burst of
of the tiny pushes of each honest
knew the girl I wished to meet he laughter from the .whole party except
would introduce me. I thought that myself.
worker, and ever/ man who re
Stoves Ranges Farm and
an excellent plan since It would give “Come," I sa'd. “explain the matter."
fuse* to push because hie effort
me the advantage of keeping my af At this moment the orihestia struck
would be so email ia making a
fairs to myself. I could obtain an In up the overture, and in ten minutes
troductlon to different girls without more the curtain rose. Mr lormentois
And everything usually kept in a first-claes hardware storr, and
my introducer knowing the one I was fereed me to wa’t till the er.1 of the
E/ee of the Chameleon.
all good» »re of the best quality.
The chameleon's eyes are situated In That evening I went with Foster to tion: then my companion said:
tiny sockets proje'-tlng from the bead, j j,a |j
the dance was to take “Nellie Ornisby Is a telegraph opera I
By this curious contrivance the pe place. He asked about the girl I wish tor at the C* nation and he < lx en your '
cullar little animal can see In any ed to know and why I wished to know correspondent. Rhe sent you my pbo-
direction without the sllghtset motion ber and all that, but I evaded his ques ! tograph wjtli my coifreut instead of
tions. I didn't propose to let the girl ! her own and, having no more confl |
save of the eye.
herself know that I was the fellow she ' deuce|p ysu Li such a matter Ui*n her-
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