Smoke Romance For Oklahoman Comes to Light

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dWUnt KuMAWlt FOR OKLAHOMAN COMES TO LIGHT AmL- ,WED SON OF Edward A. KuseDe, Tuba OU Mao, Wires BGM Hoskhu, PresidiBg jDiTiBitj of a Quago Cfar Stand to Come On, for the Stake U Made—Btuiness of Boyinf Smokes is Suspended. <hif:ago. 111., Sept. 27.—(SrveciaV)— 'A aoman ti» only a woman." a'.iote<l Kdward A. Kaselle of Tulaa. Okla., from Kipling, "hut a good cigar ia a Th&i being the case." replied his trU-n'i. nifforrl fiuthouiw- of thf audit, irig Htaff of ihe Hotfl Sherman, 'coine •>n ')oM,n and MI buy you a good one." I if r -oijrHf! i .e meant a cigar. S(/ th'f !»-aiD descended to the cigrar nt.ind, whkh waji presided over by a ! '.nr.d I-uly .Vicotine, whose real narae IK %fa \m<^ MfjflkinB. • What il you have?" queried Out- hotjBe. But t,he mind of Kaselle had strayed from Havana to Arcadia at Blg ^ht of M *iBB Hoskinn. He mopped his fevered brow with the quarter cigar Outhouee had purchased for him and eaaayed to Bmoke his handkerchief. , Buying Smokes H ,i« Job. R%'ery day after that he earned the rfc«pect and admiration of "Front" and hiB brethren by the princely manner In smi well-known actress, whose engagement Diego. Cal., vfOB recently announced, Spreckela, multl-ipllllonaJre and one o WIRT. with Toung f the New Yale THEATRE COMING TOMORROW. KING BAGGOn In a Multiple Reel Imp Drama "AN ALL ROUND MISTAKE" ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW nVE AND TEN CENTS i which he purchased cigars and cigar- I eties. What he did with them no one knows, but never a day passed that he did not make at least a dozen trips to the cigar stand. It was a case of love at first sight Finally Mr. Kaselle told of his affection affection and promised faithfully if she would say "yes" he would keep the smoke out of the curtains. And Miss llosklns could not gainsay her ca­ viller. But alas, the money he had spent in the purchase of ctg-ans and cigarettes jnttree he began blB- suit had eaten Up UM his available cash. .So Young Ixjchlnvar, who had come out of the west like the original, had to go back to recuperate hla broken .; fortunes. For several months he tolled and spun and smoked "three-fer" stogifa. Then fortune smiled on him ,.-(n(l he struck oil on an Oklahoma farm, I Wires for Fiancee. Yesterday Miss Hoskins received the following telegram; "Come to Tulsa right away. Bring ja box of my favorite cigars. We'll get married right away." "I sincerely hope my romance will not go up in smoke as it began." said Miss Hoskins last night Just before she left for Tulsa. "But I don't think I It will. Standing behind a cigar-stand ; gives one an excellent Idea of men." Two the 1 I creditors 1 chant I teweler vllle, ; his

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat27 Sep 1915, MonPage 6

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)27 Sep 1915, MonPage 6
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