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Tivrlile and Beverly. wilh IN)11 mar
zggt ibe babhy, m11:11h. merry wIile the
':r' ivere Ili conncil. Their iniorinA
r-a vpeu t in the slmly p:lrk stIr
12:romng the -astle, vti r afters )ons in
r' g, riling anti walkii. Ot'len
T;..- Ihe pinc waC( ~s h~tirrI d 1oml]
1- - .siiph-phs~sure by thw exi:-t-n1
-:. C her posIon. Sliv was; ohlitill
-:43 P UIi :~ Pan l 'es,~ observe4 cet't iin 'nS
T4XA *f stti-, atieli to the crtis
-r. c.ate irectly ilider her snitervi
umpn eiO e-onfer vith the nobles tn at'
.Y-r / (*t lght 1iii iliiportnia"T. ttv
* dej'l d I lt' l tIlle th rolle 1'410111 . 1341
.uIh'rgroitiid alssIges. 'i'hy sig
ju6mj more to her Mil :ill (ft, rst.
She, wwss shown theP r1m)n Inl whit-h1 .or.
.':.ad fal led tihe Viein nese who oncet
t t to :thdne11t Yotive. The <ugo
* %4 . i~llrit'I slt'o llis first 4i.\s of
". i i" Pn0t i tower litll w lit'll Lorr'y
/uIn ' otP-l III'id a1 prisolle' mtid thle 111o11
.:rer. a) the (.lomids Were all1 places of*
I2mta~ irt erest to her.
M*rm of tht people o tihe c1iy lht'g:i
ib 7rognize the fair Amerlean girl who
*):.' guest In the castle, anil a certaiin
cikm.t of homage wa's alil to her.
-2a :hte rode or drove in the streets,
w ori attenint sohleirs, the people
"V-dI as deeply Inld as respectfully
xv :'4'ifr (ld to the princess herself, and
.- %ywas just as granid and gra
S :Op if slit had been horin with a
: ev-r inl her hand.
Thevyl soft moonlght nights charmed
)lr wit.h a sense of riptuire never
') )(%fore. With the eastle bril
tyI il~lm~inateil, the halls anti draw
ft. '7:01VTn filled witi gay ontti,'rs. the
S.t : Sat a iheir posts, Ihe inilitary
'bux.- pying in th- iara- e grotintd. the
J- 4Nii allit por'cnes offt-riing their
, , 'Cily'ing tin 'ieiits, it is tO von)
ki- 1r' R orly wa~s tntltietil. Wa r1
. ito er-rors for h-e. If she thought
* ' : k -D1J it Wath with the fe~ir that it
:i Ltr. . dalnrh (he dre:tiu Into whill she
a: f): lr True, there was little or
1-ntne kv distress the most timid in
.m-ist cirKr. -ays. T1hie controver-sy he"
mum:the inrincipalitles wns at a stand
WN. althtro there was not an hour in
iht'~ rPaC'ral:lons for the worst were
'~i. To Beverly Calhoun it
'.ntlt.tn wher.. stent iment was laid
-lsi.. 'Tgr. "etive and her people this
VIMaktfe -wT swith.'Dawsbergen meant
gls., 'going .baek and forth be
t&man Edk1welss alid the frontier north
'mi'n'kuk, where:the best of the pole
Aa$ .9anett-aservice watched with the
MAiWIhess e0yOc or the lynx, brought un
OIngumews'.to theminuistry. Axphaln
-'9wop -were eugaged in the annual
L-anMeuors Just across the border in
Miktt xm~ iterritory. lUsually these
lwserue'khld un the plains near the capt.
fr.r.m I thire was a-- sinlaqter sinifl
catasem: Jtie fact that- this year they
weset'keng 'carried onii in the rough
-tismaere-ettremlty of tac- principality,
w'shr ibjfe rn arch of'.dhe Gra usta rk
..TIUJJfgay- rtwo months: earlier than
's-dai.. '.'r1'e edoughty hnron reported
* c3t: totzhem'e aud artillery were en
.aird ithdiiis, and thjat fully 8,000
1 :sen erc-mased in the south of Ax
-iu ~The 'doirtletions et Ganlook,
uD~da'": -.fl. cten~ 'towns Ju northern
'Meussarin were strengthened with al
-'satathessame care as those in the
~' odth'ci-iwhere confikit with Da ws bergen
.mAitorst.be spected. General Mar.
L::-adn..hia stalf rested neither day
a.'4tIyh'i "'The army Of Graustark
'.wuameny. lUnderneath the castle's
,-cirttot there smoldered the fire of
1.4 adlstbtk'remior of dlefiance.
3.oone- aftieinoon Beverly Calhoun
-'b. uris .Angtiilh droiye up in state to
I 1w' TAw4r. otherein esat-D~angloss and
I es-a'akbedgs. The'scowl left his face
mai'~t-.1ternalture 'twould 'permit, and lhe
v.comd6.'.he 'ltiies warmly.
E sewme tto .st about.'sy friend, the
gatt huntdit, 'said Beverly, her cheeks
r Wifine mo~ster than usual.
""H iarar froma an..amuable person,
.my rlblhoss," -said idhe ofmcer. When
* @leise I13aldos he -never failed to
:-ml~iese l)everl~y as -"your hIghness."
'-*1%lie.ever :ia gone, anud he is able to
'-at ihnatc~an but he is as
i1stearmaaw '.itch. .lrollowing instruc
iimata, 1 ihaje- not cques'tionedl him con
*'tnn:Ig .Umikplans, unit I fancy lie is
*"ietoeoturn to the hills."
'wha~ tdilif'le say when you gave
I Mim mry mesagge?" askted Beverly.
"1W hone,- yoer hi ghness ?" asked
ifst wkvt tntikltig densit y.
"W~,.ithe -suggestion that lie should
--mn stoddHiweiss for better treat
r.gtmt;"A ~ted JBeverly severely.
1 ''Re !h lie was extremely grateful
fterw your kind offices, but he did noi
emse is:adivisable to come to this city
T:~fe wequested me to thank you In hit
Ekehn :.nlue Ito .tell you that he wil
anwe *orget What you have dne o
Author of "Graustark"
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CoP)TIcht. 19M4. by Dodd.
Mod and COMAny
"And lie refuses to e:me to Edel
weiss?" ieritably deian- ed Beverly.
"Yes. your highiiess. You see, he still
regards himself with disfavor, being a
luiitive. It ik- hardly fair to blame him
for respecting the security of the
"I hoped that I miight induce hi) to
give itp his (old life and engage in some
thin.., ,rfretly hiOnest, althouih, mind 1
y011. 1htron I )nglo s, 1 (10 not ques
tion his Ittegrity Ii the least. H1e
shoulil have a (balce to prove himself
worthy, thit's all. Tli is iuon0hing I pe
titieii d 'ont .,lal-:nx to give im a
place inl the fl-stlee-ar.
"AIy d r liss (I'alhoun, th" princess <
has"- bega ch :1110in. S
"'er highnies !:t-z Sanctioned tile r- I
quest." initf-rrup1ted shie. c
"Anld the coilit Is proanised to dIS
cover a iany," said 1)agimar, with a
silie that the balron understood per- f
"This is the first time on record that
old Marlanx 11as (ver don(e anlythinl.g to
oblige a soul s:ve himiself. It is won
(erful, Mliss 'alihoin. What spell do
y-oul Amelrienus1 (:).t over roeck and melt
al that they hel'oIli as sand in your
flugers?" said the haroni, admiration
and wonlder inl Ik eyeZ.
"IYou dear old fla t tiver!" cried Bhever
ly so waruly that hwe cauight his brea'h.
"I believe t!:at you c:n conq'uier eve:1
that stubarn fell' 'w in anlook." h
said. fumihlinig with his glasses. '
is the m1ost ohstinate being!u I Le.
ind yet inl tell nititites yOU etiid ]A-ill"
hIm to tormus. I am ure. Ie 'ould 1ot
''"e still thiks I am the princess'
"Ile does.l and swem-s by you.
"Then mly ni"ind is madfe up1. I'll, rS
to Ganlook and briig 1111 back waiI1
me, willy nilly. Ite is too goIt a i
to be lost Ia the hills. (10(11)y. 1r111oM
Danigloss! T111nk youl weve an(d ev(r
so m1 uch . ( 11h , y es; w ill y1-u1 w rite n t ,
orlr delivei( iering him over to mw? T l11P
hospital peopf'e may h--er-disohliI- c
ing, you kinow."
"It shall be hI your highn hind l
The next mnorninig, with ColoInel hQuil.
nox and a small escort.. Beverly ol
hioui set ot' in (xe-o" the.- royal conehesi
for (anlook, anenimpanli I~e y by- failful'
Amnt Fanny. She vamt-'.e(d the ordel
from Baron Danglos% ant a letter from
Yetive to the Countess Rallowitz in
suring hospitality overnpighit in t I F
nortliern town. Eorry irad the royal
household entered' merrfay into hei
projeeit and she wnt away with the'
godspeeds of all. Tile- rront Count him
self rode beside her- con-eft to the city.
gates. an unheard of eond'e- enslion.
"Now, you'll lbe sure' to find a ni'e
place-f'or hIm In tho'enstIle guard. won't
you,. Count Marlan??' shre said at thie
partihg, her hopes as iesh as the daisy
in tile dew, her conddence supireme.
The- count promisedt faithrfulhy, even.
eageitIy. Colonel Quriainox,. trained an
he was In the diplouacy of alhenice,
couldl scarcely conea-i his astonah
ment at the conquesti of the hard old
Alitillough the aft'emnon was welli
spent before Beverly seached Gianlook.
she was resolved ttn i-st the obduratc
patient at once, reiy'ing upon her re
He~~ d-opdtoM ne
sour efuns tro ecur t hsd prome.
to start wIth her for Edeiweiss On the
following mornIng. The coach deliv
ered her at the hospltal door In grand
style. When the vIsitor was ushered
Into the snug lIttle anteroom of the
governor's office her heart was throb
blng and her composure was under
goIng a most unusual strain. It an
noyed her to discover that the ap
proachIng contnct mmt, a hiraleoa
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers. they il
) ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood
if they arcsick cr ow
of crder, they fail to d,
P0ins, achcsand rh.
matismi come frz.rm 6:
ces of uric acid in th
blood, due to neglectec
Kidney trouble causes quick or unstead
heart beats, and mtnes one feel as though
they had heart troub1c, becauso the heart Is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through vcinc and arteries.
It used to be conidercd that only urinary
troubles were to bu traced to the kidneys.
but now mcdern science proves that nearly
all constitutional discascs have their begin.
ding in kidney tra ?le.
If you are sick you can make no mistako
>y first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
ind the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
-wamup-IRoot, the great kidney remedy is
,oon realized. It stands the highest for its
vonderful cures of the most distressing case
md is sold on its merits -
>y all druggists in fifty
:ent and one-dollar siz7
!. You may have a N '
ample bottle by maii nomo or swarnp.ifoot.
ree. also pamphlet telling you how to find
ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
4ention this paper wlhen writing Dr. Kilmer
c Co.,. Binghamton. N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
ie name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
."'amp-Root. and the address, Binghamton,
Y.. on every bottle.
1liunter VaIs giving her such uninistak.
ble synptons of perturbation.
From an lpstairs wVIidow in the hos
dtal the eoniivalescent but unhappy pa
lent witnessed tier approach and ar
'Ival1. lis, sore, lonely heart gave a
ond of j.3y. for the days had seemed
mg since her departure.
lie had lhd time to think (iuing
hose days- to. Turiting over in, his
Aind all oli the details In connection
rith their meetingr" an1d their subse~f
tint intercourse, it began to danrn
pon himi that shel iight not be wiat
he isstitmed. to be. Donbts assailed
ii, suspleiolns grew inito ama1lZig
omis of certaiu-ty. There were times
-ien lie aughed sardonically at him
elf ,for being takhen Ili by this strange
ut charmi ing young wonan. but
lirough it all his heart and mind were
ving drawn more and more fervently
aard her. More- than once he called
imself a fool and nmore than once he
reamnied foolish, dreams of tier, prin
ess or not. Of one hing he wias sure
-he had come to- love the adventnire
or the sake of wmt it promised, and
here was no bitterness beneath his
Arrayed in (lean- Iinen and presenta
>e clothes. pale from Indoor confine
nent and fever, but once more the
traight and strong cavalier of the
illIs, ho hastened into her presence
Ohen the smtinmons canie for him t~b
lescend. He dropped to his knee andi
:Issed her hand, determined to play
lie game notwitht-tanding his doubt&..
as he arose she, glanced for a flitting
ueond into his. dark eyes, and tier own
ong lashes drooped.
"Your highiness"' he saidi gratefully.
"Hlow well arnd strong you look!" she
maid hurriedly. "Some of the tan ia
[To DR coTrrmvD.J
To have a happy home
you should have children.
They are great happy-home
makers. If a weak woman,
you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy chil
dren, with little pain or dis
comfort toyourself,by taking
ATonic for Women
It will ease all your pain, reduce
bnflamination, cure leucorrhea,
(whites), falling womb, ovarian
trouble, disordered menses, back
ache, headache, etc., and make
childbirth nitural and easy. Try it.
At all dealers in medicines, in
"DUE TO CARDUI
is my baby girl, now two weeks
old," writes Mrs. J. Priest, of Web
ster City, Iowa. " She .. a fine
healthy babe and .we are both doing
nicely. I am still taking (Cardui,
and wouid not be without it in
Buneas Boldes Pseete Pueuinna
. Company will insure any
Every trace of kidney t
Baltimore Md., for
ney trouble UVA 8(
A Word to
For Sale byPICKEN
Tlie trininging is 1i charp
Witi nine season's experfei
ta. You .re cordially inv
Something to P1(
Will lave a line of liats o
Hrs. R T Stewart. between
and after Oct 1st.
Two men met at the gate, of the cem
etery, and each with ekcessire polite
ness bowed to the other to pass in be- g
fore hinm. After a few minutes of this,
when neither would give way, the a
younger of the two smiled and said-:
"Yoh are the eider of the two, so
naturaily you ought to go first."
Run and Unrun.
"When 1 first went to housekeeping
I tried to run everything. I ended with
"Well, perhaps the gamut of the
emotions now and t hen."--Ne.w Yor1k
Peckem-My wife referred to me as
the head of the fatmlly to:Iny. Meeker E
-How did that happen? Peekemn- -
She was talking to a man who calleit
to collect a bill.-Chlcago News.
Many a man finds out too late that
he cannot hide anything from his own
one having any trace of
rouble is eliminated by
Paid by the' Inter
homic 'I C.)., of
any caso of Iid.
L will not I elp.
S DRUG- CO.
'e of 1Jiss, Warr,,at ti'I meir
ce in Augustat aud Atlain-.
1ed to come and see her
I. 920, anld 3d
n display at the honie or
Oatcechee and Pickenis on
iear3 R0eiity 3a$ $h00i,
Greenville, S C
Lt my owe prioe as usual. This time
Liberty.Bell tobacco, factory price 88o,
ai y price 29e by the box or 100 for 15o
ilugs. A little of that cheap crockery
rare h-ft. I wnrnt to tell you something
bout crufee and salt. I expect to get
ome of your trade if prices will do it.
Thorhil waons 'T. D. Harris,
4W 1romotes a lur ul t gowth
Curecal duicasu &alrlal1 .
Good Farm for Sale.
160 acres, luonated on Little Eastatne
retik, 20 acres good bottom, ne0w hou se,
mile to church and schosol. Good home
t a barpnin if inken at once. For par
iculars apply to C. W. Parrott, Greer,
Sore NI'ppies and Chapped Bands
ve. Try t; i ' absuccess - ice a rcens
her ebLEdres~ aafe. aure. Pio optatea.