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gloss :I once. t Oh, detr, I I tre Lur
go tfen, I i:vi it.) ollicl se:tl here.
"Couldniil't itl seul it wih your ring?'
stiggested lteverly. "()I. I have it.
enlid for Haroll hingloss 11. 1 -1 e im
Ii lHnss5 your sigiat iure. Ire e:l't get
I vaay froim 11tha t, yol ser-, :1l 1 at't w1 evv
reach eillpli 'ss you can fix u1p a reg-i
iir tediet, Seal anld all." cried the re
sotircefiul Alit-mricani girl.
fIk :tud paper wvere st-n: f'r, a::d th
two v:msIpir-ators het il11m1i w1,sdom11 tk
the task of preparin a omI r l'r the
salvation of Ialos, the fugiliie. Til
To Baron Jasio DuInalos . 'otImIAliin
th ivle :uull( .114 lMliitary u -- of rt -
Youm :Ir" i-rhr lri''d tiht lialdos,
tho m:.n who en(terd theo city wit MIL:
Cilhou~n, is n11t t1 h.- r g:l ias a pris
oler no0w O r 01 -r, t 1 r. k4 1i) i be gvIr
calnible neIle:d :i al srmt l :tttentIon
unltil r'ully retcovero ld wilken hio Is to 1:e
Silloweli to go his w. inI pf-ater imtques
Also IO is ito be pIovitled with suiltahb.
w'a riiq apparel amId mlad comfortable ir.
Also the metinris of his party. nlow in
tite hills (whose i1m1's are iikmowi to
lme), are to be accordeel every protecetior..
Iranz, the driver, is to have his freedom
if he desires It.
And from this edict there is no recourse
ntintil Its abatement Iy royal (iocree.
"There," said the pinlces.s, ai.: ::
11r Ignature. "1 1tink ihat will be
tithcieit." Then she11 rang for A serv
ant. "Send to Baron Danigloss, and
ask him to Col liere lit olc'e."
lifi'een minutes iater the chief of
police Stood inl the iproesn'ce of the eager
younlg linterreters ol' Julstico.
"I wanY-t you to witnessu1 my signatlura
Baron D1)an mgloss." said the prlaice
after the greetilgs.
"ady"said thll officer.
"Well, her:e is where I signed," said
Yetive, han11ding himl the paper.1*
don't have to write my ilinme ove!
agaii, do 11'"
"Not at till," said the baron galiantt
ly. Anid lie boldly signed hlis name a,
"They wouldn't do that in the Unit
ed States," murmured Beverly. whi
knew something about red tape a
"It Is a command to you, baron,
said Yetive, handlug him the documien
with a rare smile. Hle read it throug
slowly. Theni he bit his lip and cougi
ed. "What Is the matter, baronT" asi
ed Yetive, still smiling.
"A transitory emotion, your highnes
that Is all," said be, but his hand trel
bled as he folded the paper.
RIGHT and early the next morn
ing the party was ready for thi
last of the Journey to Edel
weiss. Iaess tihan twenty mile
separated Ganlook from the capital
amnd the road was in excellent condi.
tion. Beverly Calhoun, tired and con
tented, had slept soundtly until aroused
by the princess herself. Their roomi
adjoined each other, and when Yetive
shortly after daybreak, stoic into the
Amerani girl's chamber Beverly'was
4sleeplug so sweetly that the intrudel
would have retreated had it not beer
for the boisterous shouts of stable
boys in the courtyard below the win
dows. She hurrIed to a windowv and.
looked out upion the gray cloaked morn
lag. Postillons and stable boys were
congregatedi near the gates, torment
lug a ragg4ed oltd man who stood with~
bis back against one of the hugo posts,
In sonme curiosity, she called Beverly
from her slumbers, urging the sleepy
one to hasten to thle window.
"Is this one of your frIends from thi
widerniess?'" she asked.
"It's Franz!" eried Beveriy, rubbing
her pretty eyes. Then sheo became thor
oughly awake. "What are they doing
to him? Who tire those ruffians?" she
,"They are my servants and"
"Shame on them!l The wretches!
What has old Franz done thamt they
abould- Call to them; teli 'em you'll
cut their heads off If they don't stop.
Hie's a dear old fellow In spite of hlr
rags, andt he
The wvidow sash flewv open, and the
tormientors in the court below were as.
toniahed by tihe sound of a woman'!
voice comin~g, as It were, from the
cilouds. A dozen pairs of eyes weru
turned upward; the commotion ended
suddleniy. In the windtow above stood
two graceful, white robed figures. Thi
sun, still far be'low till ridige of imoun.I
tains, had not yet robbedt the mlorinl
of tile gray, dewy shadltows that be'loni
to 5 o''clock.
"What are you diolng to thait poor ohl
man ?" crIed Yetive', tanda it was thn
first time any of theml had seen angei
in thme princess' face. They slunk btael
in dismay. '"Let hunt alone! You
partz, see that lhe has fogdl and drillk
* .. Author of "Graustark"
COpyrfet. 1904. by Dodd. 4
and wvihOlut laehty. . .port to sne( 1,a10r
onl. sir and exphiln, 11' yolt Can, why
you hav conced t yotrolvos in so
unbiiiting a maniteri. Th-n tei winI
(IowN wasl, <-10w:1. "nil the4 prinit,-v.as,
found lierself inl tlhi' wartu artins ot' ier;
"I cout'ldn't un1h-rathd .. word yon
said. Yotivo, bilt( I kneow youl were
giving. it to) thil hot :1u.1 h1vy ll
youl see ow n~m (Ad h 1'at ow!
you? Goties. i headl altn-ost om
ed fthe ground11,!"
"lie wa hoiwing to you. 1fev'rly.
You forgot th:A you are tie prin--ett to
"Isn't thit funny? I hall quite 'or
got I i it. The poor old go->ew!'"
ILater,. wvhen thle coachies antd escort
were drawnu inl front of the lZ:Oi10
witz pala e renly for the stairt, fith%
priness nallei the chifl postilion.
Gartz. to tlt stp of her coach.
"Wlit was the iteanling of th EliM
turbance I witnlessell ti moi
Gartz imig his ieal. "We thumht
the man was crazy. your highness. Ho
lhad bveent telling us suich mnoistOrolus
lies," ht' mum1bled0.
"Are you sure they vvre lies?"
"Oh. (iu ito su1re, yourt' ithigh ness. Thev
were i:uighable. lie s:ild. for ):.e
thiig. that it was he who drove o r
highiiess- coaelh into ;tino last ve:,- -
ing, when everybody kinovs hat I 11:1(d
full charge of then coach anti iormt:."
"You are, very Iuch mis; aken.
Gart'," sh sailt distitictly. I .(bllinlh
ed his eyes.
"Your highness." he gaspd. "yot
"E',naugh, sir. Fran". drove th pril -
cess luto (hianlook last night. I t say
so h!tilself, does I( not ?"
"Yes. your highness," mtturmuuttiredf
"Wait more did h say to you?"
"He said lie had comie frot his nas
ter. who Is in the hospital, to ui.ire
after your health and to hear his tialks
for the kindnosses yout hanve stcurt'.l
for him. Ile says his uastei 1,; faring
well and is saitistical to renain whore
t lie Is. Also, he said that II- muasti
was sending- hlim back into the mtoun
tains to assure his friends that lie I.
t safe nd to hear i certaiii iess:ge or
cheer to theni. sent forth by the prii
cess. It was all so foolish ntild eraziy.
your highness, that we could but glhe
and laugh at the pvor creature."
"It Is you who have beeni foolish, sir.
Send the ord man to mte."
"He has gone, your highness." in
frightened tones. -
"So much the better," said the prin
cess, dismissing- him with a wave of
4 the hand. Gart went away in a daze.
- and for days. he took every opportunity
to look for other signs of mental dhis
order In the eonditet of his mistress, at
the same time- induilig inl specituation
as to his own soundnes~ts of mind.
Oanlook's popurntion lined the ehief
thoroughfare, awilting tlie departure
of the princess. although the hour was
early. Beverly peered forth curiously
Ias the coach: moved off. The qnuint,
half oriental enstumes of the towns
people, the odld little children, the
bright colors,. the perfect love andl~ rev
erence that shone in the faces of the
multitude Impressed her deeply. She.
was never to, forget that picturesque
Baron Da'n'gioss rode beside the coacha
until it passed through the southerna
gates and into, the countryside. A
company of cavah-ymeun acted as esa
cort. The- bright red trousers and1( top,
boots, with the deep blue Jac'kets, re.
mInded verly more thani ever of the.
operatic tgres she had sceen so often:
at home. There wqs a fierce, dark east
to the faces of these soldhiers, hiowever..
that removed any suggestion of play..
The girl was in ecstasies. Everything
about her appealed to the romantie
side of her nature. Everything seemed
so unreal and so like the story book.
The princess smiled lovingly upon the
throngs that lined the street. There
was no man among them who would
not have laid down his life for the
"Oh, I love your soldiers," cried Bev
"Poor fellows, who knows how soon
they may be called upon to face death
in the Dawsbergen hills?" said Yetive,
a shadow crossinig her face.
Dangloss was to remain in Ganlook
for several days, on guard ,against
manifestations by the Axphainlans. A
corps of spies and scouts was working
with him, and couriors were ready to
ride at a moment's notice to the castle
in Edelweiss. Before they parted Rev
eroly extracted a renewal of his promise
to take good caro of Baldos. Sihe sent
a message to the Injured man, deplor
, ag the fact that shge was compelled to
T 711 n.cu to0de -up1) to the C rria jc.
she h1:10 prolim~l. It wvas. her inltentionl
to have hitu cinlt to 1-lelweis as swon
as he .-i e-mti:: i* to he removed.
t ron 1):Ingloss 4l(d tmysteriolsly.
but !h! h. 1no contlelt to mal1ke. I IC
lil rtceive. hi. ord, r aiil was obey
ing them2 to th leIiter.
"i woA(Ir if Grentil hns heard of
mly ha:1rutn-arum II tip to St. Peter:;
hur.' re;! tl Yet Ive, nia 1!:: herself
com1 >rtable Ii the (votch' atfier the gates
and the tliu111helles were far behind.
"'11l o yont a b:x of chocolhte cre:Ima
th at ve% nwetm hlim btlvor we get to
Edelweiss." ventulred T-Nverly.
"g'(reed," said the lrilcess.
" n'oUt s:y -greed,' dear. 'Done' is
Ilh wvord." vorreeted the Amnlerien, girl
Beverly wonl. Grenufall Lorry and a
sma Iil company of hosmeui rode Iup in
furious 1a1ste lon.- before the sli was
Iin mid-sky. An attempt to deplet the
senev 1e:%wen him and his. vnture
solie wife wolld b)e a hopeless tlisk.
The10 w:ty in, which his face reared it
self of distress anud worry wasa joy Wou
Ikself. To nse his own words, he
bre:tthed freely for the first time In
bottr:,. The Alner:can took the p;;ce
of the otllet'r vIo role b Ili& thC ron1h.
anll the trio kept uip lin en-gr, interest4
tI (onvrsa1-:1tiol during the nex;t two
It wvas i warmn, Sleepy dny, bnt all
si-ns of drowoiness d isape) aref withr
the advent of 1.orry. ie had11 recmhed
Ilelwei.as late the night before, after
a three dhtys' ride from the conference
in 1hawsI)erI. At first he encouu
teredl trouble in trying to (Iscover wbat
1ad become of the prin ssCL'. Those- at
the Castle were avare of the fact tiot
she had reacebd (htiulook safely am
sought to put him off with subterfuges.
HeI" stormed to such a degree, howeer.
that their obljeft faloed. The result was:
that he was otr for Ganlook with- tite
earlifest light of day.
Regardling the conference with Prinee
Ga briers representatives, he had but
little to say. The escaped murdeser
naturally refused to surren(lder ani' was,
to- al appearllces quite firmly esteb>
lisred ins power once more. Lorrys
only hope was that the reversal of-feel
lng ia D~awsbergen migh t work ruin. for
the. peince. Hie wtas carrying affhillzs.
w~th a high hanmd, deal~ng vengethi
bliows. to the fiends of his half brother
andi encourugIng a lawlessniess that,
somje~r or Iltr. muist prove is tundouig.
Iils rWesenhtaties at the conifirenice
wuW' an alrrog ant, huiw defyhig set of
muen who.~ irughled scornfully air ev'ery
proposal made by the Gralustarkians.
"WVe toldi them) that if hoe were not
rawrend1ered to our authorities Inshde of
sMixty days we would declaire war. anzd
go, downs and take him," concinuded the
"Two months?" eried Yetive:. "1 don't
"There was method In that ultimna
tuim. Axphautin, of course, will set up
a howt,. but we canI foresat.i2 any ac
tionx the Princess Volgat may under
take. Naturally one might suspect
that we should declare war at once,
tramuchl as he must be tak-en sooner
or later,. but here Is the point: Before
two months hare elapsed the better
elernent of Dawsbergen will be so dis
gusted with the new, dos of Gabriel
that it will do anything to avert a war
on his necount. We hare led them to
believe that Aiphain will lond moral
LoO BEE CONT21tUED
Whereas petitions from Central, Ta
bor and Symmes school districts have
been flied with the C.mnty Board of Ed
uication of tis county, asking that they
be consolidated. This is to notify alj
parties within the above districts that.
the County Board of Education will
meet Tuesday Se pt. 17 at 10:80 a. m. to
consider the above named petitions.
R. T1. Hlallum,
Sec. & Chrm. Co. Bd. of Ed., P. 'Co.
HELP IS OFFERED
TO WOR.THT YOUNG PEOPLE
We earnestly request ali young persons, nornatter
how limIted their means or education, who wish to
obtain a thorough businestraintng and good poet.
tion, to write by firsat rnail for our great half-rate)
offer. Success, independence and probable fortune ,
are guaranteed. Don't delay. Write today.
lhe Ga..Ma- 3ual=... C.eller.. en- Ga
W tak4te great pleasure1. inl announ1cing
hat we will have with us the folk.wing da
Xn Expert Optician, re; reeiiting the ewlo
lauta, G., the largest and most favorably
He Will Test Eyesig
The Doctor is a graduate of one of thi
United Stuto, is thoroughly conversaut w
icieuce, inl(chliding Retinoscopy, Opihthalmt
Pnce inl his seily
That we have arraniged this engngemen~t ti
ity aund reputation, and that wo, personall
All examinations are free, and only rM.
YOU CAN SI
aud obtain the highest elass of profe-smion
tage of this opportunity. Bear in nin(d t
Monday was tnileb(1,a. It was also
the day on whiih the early closing
contract was 'absoled. Fron Oow oil
the stores will stay opein at nigha
just, so }ong ts thlerc is any one1 to do
1. E, Brnee is in the northeru
matirkets picksg the latest novelties
for the fall aind wiiter trade at the
Big 6iore. They have added R. C.
RAbiu.4>.u to the foree of salesman
employted tand tiae a valuable addi
tio ito bni fie o iis oof the best
clothna : saliesman in th- rmtioto and al.
wayu 4mke-S gnotd." 1),I . 111,4 m1any
frie'...i wtiJ will Lopme a litig ways to
tr adt-~with 'um
Rev.. 94 E Grandy rtecently closeci
a vI-iV snceelui Sbil-Itig tit 0.r8-S
I Lu d rel at -bi thele we-re
1- nece.onis, %% ah wi-re bapt zeA on
Sunda) f4llowing the coamig serviced.
He was tasaisted in this series of
meetinga by the Rev. Thomas Wall
er, of Awgasta, Ga., a very forceful
preacher and ektquenh speaker. It
is claimed that rauch and lasting
good will reult from~ this series of
Sure. Oolds Prevents P.neuna
are a symptom of tue most serious
troubte wbdch can attack a woman,
viz: falling of the womb. With tis,
generally, comes irregular and painful
peuiods,. weakening drains, backache,
headache, nervousness, dizziness, ftr.
ritability, tired feeling, etc. The cure Is
The Female Regulator
that wonderful, curative, vegetableex
tract, which exerts such a marvelous,
strengthening Influence, on all female
organs. Cardul relieves pain and
regulates the menses. It is a sure
and permanent cure for alt female
At all druggists and dealers In $1.00
"I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
In my womb and ovaries," wrItes Mrs.
N~aomi Bake, of Webster Grove, Mo.,
''also in my right and left sides, And
my menses were very painful and ieg
ular. Since taking Cardul I feel like a
new woman arnd do not suffer as I did.
It is the best meicie eve to."t
to otr patr ns and the goner dl publics
6, 17,and 18.
)rated firi of A. K. 1a1wk.4 C., of At.
knowi optical establishments in the
ht ard Fit Glasses,
) leading Ophthalmic Collegem in the
ith all modern methods of refractive
ology, etc., ani(d has had long <xperi
d secured th services of a man of abil
, guantuto his work.
filair prices will be charge 1 for glassces.
hl servile in this line by taking advan
i datetos, Sept. 16, 17 and 18.
NoStees of Ssle, Wanls. Swcaps, ett.
hi-rtedi in this Coluni at 5 cents per
hie f'or each inserthmv. Notithig tiakens
S for. 'ess thain Il veents.
You have not heard nothing from Old
bloore in a long time. I a.m in Earle's
aid drug store on the corner. I am just
battle-whanging along seling beef and
one thing and another. But now we
come to facts: I want to buy your dry
hides, green hides, raw hides and all
other kinds of hides,also your seed cotton
and cotton seedu. I want some sheep, I
want some pork; I can't tell hardly
what I do. want. The old market.
. J. D. Moore.
Wben in Esley put up your stock
at B. P', Martin's feed and livery sta
ble. He also handles all kinds of
A few thrat class sewing machines,
alightly used to be sold at greaitly re
dneed priees. Also sewing machimes re.
paired.. Call at Graig Bros
0. P. Knight.
Fe sale--12 acre farm four miles
west of:Basley, three good hiousesq and
all necessary outbnildings, etc., 75 acres
in oultimation bsalance in tumber. Price
$45 pes acre. Termus toe suit.
HI. M. HESTER.
RFEMARKABLE R ESCUE
That truth is stranger th-n fiction hacs
onice~ meOe beeu dlemoentratd in the lit.
tle towvn of Fedoera TetLD., the residence
of 0. V. Pepper. le wriltes: "J was ini
bed,. entirely disabled wvith hemorrhages
of tli hlugs and throait. Doctors faile
to help me, and all bopui had fled when.[
begia taking Dr. King,s Newv Discovery.
Ticed instant relief caime. The conghing
soon eased; the bleeding diminished
idyand in three weeks I was able
to, go to work." (Guaranteed ears for
soughal tied colds. 500., and $1.00, at
Piekenis Drug Co., tdrug store, Trial bot.
Hay Fever and Scammier Colds.
Victims of hay fever will experience
great benefit by taking Foley's Roney
and Tar, as it stops dificult bcreathin un
mediately and he.-s the inflamed air
passages, and even if it should fail to
enre you it will give 'natant relief." The
genuine is in yellow package.
NOtice to DiebtorSs and Oreditors.
A" LL Pr'onsholding clai'a- -gainst
rL the esitaite of' the' late James E.
Blrown must present the same duly pro
ven on or before the 1st day of October,
1907, or be debari ed payment; and1( all
persons indlebto-l to said estate, miust
inake payment on or beforo the. above
late, to the undersigned.
Martha E. Brown,
Elbert .1l. Brown,
Sore Puppies and Chapped Hands
alc r at a~e success i'rce a5 renis.
HAIR BALSA M
S iun., anti bayunnii the f U