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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAYf FEU. 18, 1913.
I THE CHOICEST TABLE BUTTE
There is no other Butter on the market equal to Pufifan
We receive shipments by every local steamer, which
insures its freshness and sweetness of flavor.
FROM PURE CREAM TO PERFECT BUTTER 5
The Finest Cooking Butter
F ARSENE LUP1H
Colilimied from last week,
He told them where to Siuud.
wjiu to niuku biiic unit the farm
Elites, Which weie only used foi
the cans, were locked; Uiid, not
till tlien, reilieinuereU mat his wife
mighf'porhaps be in need of aid:
j' Woll. Mother, how goes u?"
"Wliere is he? Have you got
him?" siie demanded.
"Yes, we re after him. The lads
must have collared him bv now."
The ,news . quite restored her;
and a nip of rum gave her the
Strength to drag herself to the bed,
with old Goussot's assistance, and
to tell her story. For that matter,
there was not much to tell. She
had just lighted the fire in '.the
living-hall; and she was knitting
quitely at her bedroom, waiting
for the men to return, when she
thought that she heard a slight
grating sound in the linen-room
1 "I must have left the cat in
there," she said to herself,
She went in, suspecting hbthing,
and was astonished to see the two
doors of one o f the linen-cupboards,
the one in which they hid
their money, wide open. She walk
ed up to it, still without suspicion.
There was a man there, hiding,
with his back to the shelves.
"And then, did he go for you?"
asked old Goussot.
"No, I went for him. He tried
to get awav."
"You should have let him."
"Why, what about the money?"
"Had he taken it by then?'-'
"Had he taken itl I saw the
bundle of bank notes in his hands.
I would have let h i m kill me
sooner. Oh, we had a sharp tussle,
I give you my word!"
"Then, he had no weapon?"
"No more than 1 did. We had
our fingers, our nails and our
teeth. Look here, where he bit me.
And I yelled and screamed I Only.
I'm an old woman, you see, I had
to let go of him."
Do you know the man?"
"I'm pretty sure it was old
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It's no use keeping on to it,
for the present. It's pitch 'dark.
The o 1 d chap must have crept
into some hole. We'll hunt him
The eldest son now appeared,
quite out of breath, and was of the
same opinion as his brother. Whv
not wait till the next day, seeing
that the thief was as safe within
the demesne as between the walls
of a ptison?
"Well, I'll go myself." cried
old Goussot. "Light me a lantern,
But, at that moment, three gen
darmes arrived; and a number of
village lads also came up to hear
The sergeant of gendarmes was
a man of method. He first insist
ed on hearing the whole story, in
full detail; then, he stopped to
think; then, h e questioned the
four brothers, separately, and took
his time for reflection after each
deposition. When he was told that
the tramp had fled toward the
back of the estate, that he had
been lost sight of repeatedly and
that he' had finally disappeared
near a place known as the 1 Crows'
Kuoll, he thought once more and
'announced his conclusion:
"Better wait. That old Trainard
might slip through our hands,
amidst all the confusion of a pur
suit, in the dark; and then, good
The larmer shrugged his
shoulders and, cursing under his
breath, yielded to the sergeant's
arguments. That worthy organiz
ed a strict watch, distributed the
brothers Goussot and the lads from
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if our pocket book needn't be emptied to get a
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a cigar that is all quality and selling at $5.0'
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No money put in bands, no foil v'
the village under his men's eyes,
made sure that the ladders were
locked away, and established his
headquarters in the dining-room,
where he and Farmer Goussot sat
and nodded over a decanter of old
The night passed quietly. Every
two hours, the sergeant went his
rounds and inspected the posts.
There were no alarms. Old Trai
nard did not budge from his hole.
Jit break of day, the thirteen
acres of land within the walls were
searched, explored, gone over in
every direction by a score of men
who beat the bushes with sticks,
trampled over the tall grass, rum
maged in the hollows of the trees
and scattered the heaps o f dry