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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
FILIBUSTERING WITH WALKER First Rifles Reach Managua After Feasting and Betrayal by Our Native Allies-Interviewed by a Spy-Join My Company-Made a Corporal and Secure a Dead Man's Shoes. By GENERAL JOHN McGRATH Leaving Managua the command ci had covered some seven or eight tl miles when it met General Walker sl and escort returning from Leon and o on the way to Granada from whom ii Captain McChesney received order to o return to Managua there to await the h coming of the First Rifles to which a he was to transfer all the detached h men and then proceed to Masaya with v his company to join the Infantry bat- r talion of which it was a unit.. As t we entered the plaza we were some- I1 what surprised to notice the absence q of the native troops, our allies, who s had been stationed there, and upon investigation discovered they had de serted us in a body, leaving shortly r after our departure. Not a man, sol- I dier or civilian was to be seen, even t the surly Alcalde had followed the tro...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
PLAYING 'POSSUM (Continued from page nine) working their way down through the timber." Jerry was not to be hurried in this one business transaction of his life, and he gave no sign of assent nor any sign of the delighted vista he saw opening through the sale of his white oaks. He saw Lode's old "dugout" with double paddle relieved from duty, and in its place a long skiff with oars moored to the boat stake. He saw fishing tackle, the finest the settlement stores boasted of, in his possession, and when this point of the prospective prosperity was reached he was brought to realities of barter and trade by Morrison saying rather sharply: "Well, Mr. Dixon, what are your figures on one hundred?" "A hundred white oaks! Mister Morrison?" he seemed calculating, but to tell the truth Jerry had no knowledge of the sale of trees. It was a new departure. He had cut down and burned trees to rid his land of them, but had never looked upon them as a source of revenue. He could ride in any direction...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
heard a man say thet has been up the bayou that they wa sa clean cut pair of hounds, but I give out they ain't outrunnin' them dogs of mine to day," said Bill proudly. "I dunno," said 'Nervy as she hesi tated between a.pink and white, and a blue and white calico.1 "I dunno nothin' about a dog noway, but them hounds of hia'n hey got another look about them from our'n. Pa and Lode just took on over 'em till I was wor ried, fur it did look like they grudged him ov them." 'Nervy had, after much delibera tioh, finished her purchases, which were so much more than Bill was ac customed to sell to the Dixon family, that his curiosity was piqued. What could 'Nervy Dixon want of two dresses at once, and ribbon, surely she had never indulged in such ex travagance before, and he ventured on a personal remark with a knowing wink, "I should jedge you and Bob was about to make it." 'Nervy blushed, but passed over the insinuation in si lence, and the storekeeper continued, "Bob, he's been a gitten o...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
Among The New Year's Resolutions Let The First Be To Secure a Hoeme During 1923 Now Is The Time To Invest For Sale Neat 5 Room Bungalow in Edgewood, Lot 80x120, for $4600; $500 cash and $50 Mo. See 1 ' B. E. Perkins Phone 36 4.. Ergs.eA SacLseo Special Representative of' Gand's Insurance Agenc yine . Insure Your New Home with Our Firm. Office: Old Reymond Building Do not make any purchases without inspecting my line. 50,000 Rolls in Stock at All Times. Satisfaction or No Pay. Gus Kuhnert Imported and Domestic Wall Paper and Decorations For 1923 338 Laftayette Street Telephone 200 I furnish all material and finish your job before I ask one cent. ~U ~L~·~~L~~M*~~l~kr~LlL~L~~~~~;3 WHITE FAN FLOUR BEAUTIFULLY WHITE More of it sold thea any other brad of siilar grade flour between latchesz, iss, and New Orleans "NUF SAID" Distributed Only By LOUIS LEVY GROCER CO. LTD. YOU SHOULD SECURE A HOME. 4 The wise man will secure a home for his family and a refuge Sfor himself in his old age where...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
U. D. C. DEPARTMENT ýAUIIAN DIISO HENRY WATKISS ALLEN CHAPTER. The regular monthly meeting of Henry Watkins Allep Chapter, U. D. C., was held on December 5th at the Women's Club, at 3 o'clock P. M. Miss Mattie B. McGrath, President, was in the chair and a number of important matters were transacted. Five dollars was donated to the Christmas Feast for the old veterans at the Soldiers' Home, which will take place on December 28th. The following delegates and alter nates were appointed to the Associa tion of City Clubs: Miss Mattie B. McGrath, Mrs. Charles Roseman, Mrs. Earle E. Jenks; alternates, Mrs. H. Clarence Shirley and Mrs. S. J. Pow ell. The Chapter will have "open house" at the Club House early in January. Mrs. Jenks expressed the pleasure of the Chapter at having its President, Miss McGrath, with them again, after an absence from the meetings for the past five months ow ing to illness. The President told of her efforts in having an old Confederate veteran, who was in the peni...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 15 December 1922
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