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TIM' EVKN1NO IILLI"JN MNI.nn. V I.. B lUH'AY WITH 10 nn
rest In Kaunas," sunvt-iy rcuiuruui tiic
"And If wo rifiiso to settlor" 1 niKc I
"Tliun I'll linvo to servo an nilnrli
ment on tliu outtlt; that's all." h.iIiI tlio
"Lot tn hoo j our iKinon," Mid I'IbIs,
stepping up lo the hIiIc of the litissv.
Tim umn titiluittonc-ct hit coat und htv
rnn to fumble lu Ills pocla'ts An liu
did no I noticed n sliurlfTH tihlelil pin
tied on hit cewt front.
"Confound tlie luck." lie cxelalnicd
-angrily. "l'e left tlicui baeU at Port
Bcutl. Out never mind. It's all Htrnlght
enough nnynny. 1 don't think you v 111
doulit my niiUiorltj " And lie exposed
tils shield to us.
"Well," cried 1'Isk wrathful., "I
don't think you will attach anything
hero without the p.ipein, poilmps not
"Koiouniiied, roiv.timeil," laughed
tilt sherilT as he glnuicd nt the stcniu
JiIhsIhk fitini the ciaek around the cyl
inder hc.id. "I don't think that you
will be up to run uwny with the piop
trty liefoto I ran neio the pa pert."
And then he ilioe tulclly awny in I lie
direction of I'oit Scott.
"S.tj. KlicrllT-." I called nfter lilin. lie
fttoppcil his hoie mid looked hack. "Im
this Mil of (ileason's nil stinlght, or Is
It n. Kume of his to lleece us?"
The fheilir laughed n llttlo nt this,
and then he .ihl: "Well, to tell the
truth, his as are a little daik. I
know him. I lo likes to catch n tender
foot oeenHlountly, but he's got the ad
vantage of j ou fellows nil right be
cause he'H pit the law on his Hide."
I'Nk was about to make some sharp
reply, but I xliook my head warulugly
t 111 en. and the nheilu went on.
"It won't do to make hlni mad," I
aid. "We are In n bad II x. and It will
only make matters ntlll worm to net
the ollUlnls down on us."
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"Uuf gioniuMl 1 Nk "to think what
a piecloiis p.ilr of fools we niel'
"Yes. It's pretty tough, old man," I
remarked sadly, "all our money nnd nil
our piospcilM gone nt one sweep and ml
owing lo the lascnllty of that G lea
ion nud our greenness."
"Clajton." 1 exclaimed a moment
later, spilnglng up electrified with nn
Idea, "hilng me your rubber boots, and
step quick too."
He brought them wonderlngly, nud 1
quickly hlit open the legs nnd then
drew M.'ci:il elides upon the rubber
and bein cutting them out with my
"I guess tliM will work nil right for n
little while. If It does," 1 cried, "wo
may glo them the slip yet. Urcnlc up
that old tar bariel and stick it In the,
Arc box. If I can get the cylinder to
hold Its steam. I'll bet live to four that
we can out travel that apology of n
horse the sheriff had."
Not u breath of ulr was stirring, nud
the dense black smoke from the burn
ing tar batrel ioso from our fuuuel
pcrpcudicul.il ly In the clear morning
Httushlue, giving our pursuers an Ink
ling of our Intentions before they could
have otherwise Imagined It possible for
us to escape. The smoke could be
plainly seen at Tott Scott, which wns
about three miles nway. 1 soon hnd tho
packing rings cut out nnd the cylinder
uenilH bolted back Into place ngaln,
and nil we could do now was to
wait for the steam to rise befoie wo
could start, and It seemed as If the In
dicator never moved so slowly before.
If we could only get luck over the lino
Into Mlxsouil, the laws (licit- would
protect us nud we would save the
(Joule. Only Ii! miles lay between us
nud the bonier line. Could we reacli
It befoie they overtook usV
The gauge showed 100 pounds pres
sure. 1 thiew the gov ei nor belt off, so
that we toiild navel to the full ca
pacity of our power without being au
tomatically checked Then 1 pulled
open the thiottle. mill the next mo
ment we were lolling out neloss tho
open pialrtf towaid .Mlssnuil In a inco
with the stake of $1.1.00.
The (ionic did nobly. With a loar
like small thunder she belched up huge
clouds of bl.'U k sum' e and steam and
fairly qulveied with the full pressure
upon her as she lolled along. Now
and then we ran nfoul n line of baibed
wire feme, but we tote thrm&h It like
a net w oil. u" twine.
I looked back Just after we hnd got
well still leil mid saw on a knoll about
a mile luck the puisuiug p.iity-ilucc
of t It cm. the sheilll' nud two uu-ti with
him lu Ids buggy, nud their hoiro ut ti
run and then I opened the thiottle u
little wider It was now nil a ques
tion of speed If they oveitook us be
fore we leached the state line, they
might take us ami our machine too
If, however, we ckismmI Hist, we
should be beyond their Jnilmllctlon,
mil they could not serve the utla.ii
ment One, two. four miles we passed
over, our engine ut full speed. Willi nn
average of !)) pounds or Men in on. and
we could plainly see that we weie still
holding our own ugaliist them Klglit
miles we had tmveled now. nud I was
beginning to feel picll.v highly elated
over the sine ess of our scheme when I
heard risk utter a ciy of dismay
"Tlie coal's all gone!" he exclaimed.
It was tuie, Tor In the cxelleiiient I
had not noticed Its inpld depletion un
til uow, nud not mine than four or II vo
shovelfuls lemulucd This new enlaiii
Ity almost stunned us both for u mo
ment. I'erhiips we might be utile to
make It hold out, but 1 doubted It
greatly Ten miles! The coal was all
gone now, and I emptied one of the oil
cans Into the Hie box to keep up tlie
steam, and tlu-u we began to bleak up
the woodwork nbout the tender
Eleven miles! Only one mile more
now. and we would save the (Ionic,
but the Inst stick or fuel was gone
even to the last splluter. and 1 could sea
'Ml l'j Mill WIIH IIIIPIIllV IwH.IMMMIi.
to slacken down.
The BherllT Heelued to notice that wo
were beginning to idnekeu up n llllle,
fur he now laughed fuiccrlugly. Mood
upright In the buggy and began to uige
Ids almost oNhiiurftcd hoisc on with
shouts nud free if-e of the whip The
light chlric swayed and plunged
about fiom utile to side as (he hoise
broke Into a headlong gallop, while the
two men hung despeiately on as the
nnltnal plunged fuimlnilly forward,
still titged by the whip and fin Ions
shouts of the sheriff. They were rapid
ly overtaking us now. nnd the (Ionic
was lost unless we could manage In
some way to keep up the strain a few
moments longer. I looked luck ngaln
nud e.iw that the slicillT was still com
ing and was now within 100 -.aids or
us und still gaining on us at the rate
we weie moving. lie saw me as I
glanced hack nt him, nnd he began to
shout something at me, but the engine
made such n noise that 1 was unnhle to
understand what It was that he said,
but 1 could gucts almost, for 1 could
see the look of exultant satisfaction lu
his faro nnd hear his mocking laugh as
we begun to slacken nnd nlinost stand
still, the 111 o In the furnace having
died down to a few sinoldeilng embers.
They were now almost within speaking
illstauee nud still coming neaier at
mil moment. I could plainly hear the
labored bteathltig of the sheriff's ex
hausted how und I new I lint he could
not go on much faither nt that speed,
and then I heuid the sheillT shout
tauntingly. "Hold on! You can't get
Jivnj now. We'll- got inn all light."
This was almost too i iieh. espeehlly
with ueutial gioiiml tun ,i mile aliiiid.
and then, with u :ilui tlci.-i iiiIiimiIoii
that I would iu:ik" intniei cImiii to
sae the Couli In iih I iieiii all I
pulled off my In m wo- It n o.it m 1
pouring what oil il w lef m
Hill WIJ It tll tll MUtl lllai ' Mii III
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eii ii nn It ! t nl Liitm.ii.il 1 1 it. . . n.rli I
(pilckly Into the f o. im o uniting tl..'
111 llliollli'l' llioiiit'lil it hlnt'il Itllliilis
ly up, and we begin to lllcle.-lse our
fast dlmlnlr.hliig (.peril u trille The
"old on! Toil ('. oct uuay now."
sheriff was now near enough to seo
what 1 was dolus, and ns we began to
gain headway a little he began to curse
nnd swlug the whip moie furiously
than ever upon his plunging horse. In
n moment the coat was consumed, but
wo had held our own while It lasted,
nud, feeling somewhat encouraged by
our niomentaiy success, I threw In my
cap, while I'lsk went me one better by
following suit with his coat nud over
nils. This wo did not n moment too
soon, however, for ns the tlie had died
down tho Kliciirf had begun to gain
again, but us noon ns the Hie blazed up
we made steam rapidly ouc-e more, nud
tho sheriff barely held his own with us
Tho coat aud overalls did not last
long, aud I f-.iw Unit something more
mubt go to keep up the Uio. for we
were again beginning to lose ground,
with Mls-ouil half n mile nway
straight ahead. I took another quick
look back nt our ptusuers. They weie
still coming nt n headlong gallop. I
opened tho lire box nnd looked lu. 'lhc
Hie wns nlmost gone. Not n handful of
emheis leiualiicd. Then, without a
moment's hesitation, I bllpped off my
ovvu oveinlls, tluew them into the fur
nace, nud shut the door. Ily these he-
tolc means we managed to geuerate
just enough steam to keep In motion n
little. Just out of the slieiliT's reach.
until we nt last crawled slowly over
the line Into Mlssonil, the sheilff nud
ti l,-i puity within l."o jnids of us ns we
came to n dead stop Just beyond the
bolder Hue. We never saw anything
moieorom- tlilnl paitner, (ileasou, and
all that autumn we continued to
ihrasli lu Missouri, nud. being quite
sullslied with our Investment, we gave
up the Idea of going laither westward
and ran the (Sonic- snccesslully ror sev-
eial seasons befoie we Dually sold out.
First Jockey Go nhendl I'vo bet COO
loula against my horsed
Second Jockey And I'm lo get LOW
If I'm beaten. Pollchlnelle.
StHMT rem Mll.MltY.
Atfntlin ( m in ft an. I mnllnml MiMhll
ii innit. Mine RwcUlilnr.
CMlflli ( ftk 9. nfon.
floiton lUknl Hoam. PoUtftM,
ColTir. Tu-ut. Strawberry Jam
Crram of Tomato Soup,
ricltlcil ttntt-rrnelon. Crlrry
rartrtiU lti-out with Orfln-;r-i
Puree vt splnarh Mhcl I'otaton
C lull Knldrl ( liete.
pAnTitmon nxnoirr with oiianofi
-Trill Voiir narirltlr ami matt Ihrm In SJ
.; wic i nt:i.n wnj, nniy iie no nour; make a
',; mucc of Ihrra (outi(Icil, aJd two or three
; clilckcn lUcri anJ put lliein Into n ntcnp-w
.; with a Ert-cn onion or two, tmnliroom, trji
; tirr and Mlt. pan.ry; Ml all In rullls a
'.; lew minute ami attain tliroush 3 our rta
.' . . r. . .---- - --"- - f
iiunrj rui mc pinnu((ri as lor a inca-wpc
ami put Into our Muff, let It doll jut
IntifT timttli In maL Initr inant l.nl linirli
airip in a nmrvi or two or oranse pet), a ii
bit of marc, aliallot and paralry, an J oquerze Jj
In a pood ileal of orange Juu-e ami ne
nlth orAnffta tjuarterrfl
MMtlHANr I'.OtfiJUirr GARNI -rrociire ii
four liranclit-a of (lioruuttlily nattieil parl v
utalkH, a Lramh of toup crlcr, also well
nlirj; a bay Iraf, a prlir of tli)nv a j
couple of clor plaml In the mlilflle of tlie l
parMry ao at to 1 re vent their dropplnjf apart.
Fold together with a trlng. XX
mi:u FOIt .MONDAY.
1 ne power 01 wnrui is lmmcnw. a wen ij
chosen uord has often puiT1n1 to uton a Mr S
ln army to 1 ha rue defeat Into victory and
W'iln Crc. nacon. roll(v
Sardine Samlwlilm. Colcrj-K1J
Ti a. Cltccir.
Piirpc of Carrot
noiltMl Foul with Illcf.
Ltttnw S.1I iJ. Celery. i)n
Crrnmcil ntrulia. I'olatoct.
Clirrw. C'otTcc Tomtcd UrcaJ
10 MKB OMII.1C VI.VEOAn. To inakf
carllc or aliallot Wnrcar pull nur paillc
any time tK-tttecti June antl Septrmlter,
nttout uicuat l Itic licst time. Cliop tun
or tltrie ounces ctrv tine ant tie tliein In a
muHlIn l-ajr, aii-prml tltlf In a ucll topp r
oil quart Jir (liliil up with timt clnrjiar,
nlth tno ounrra ol rait dluolved In it
I'ut the atoppcr In tlicht and let the J4r
aland full a fortnight to thrre week, ahak
Inir It well mij day except the last Inn
data In onlr to allow anv lloatlnir Imnurl.
tlrs to aulild-: then decant thi rlear liquhl il
and ittraln or flltir Into small bottles; cork ?i
the bottles well. This acetic essence of )
rarlle la l.rr Iwmerftil and alimtl.1 Iia it.il S?
innil tiartnr.lv. ultl. .trntwp litMirmtit. R..
subtle and penetrating Is the flavor that a ii
lew urop ui me easnro mil ue luunu
amply ctilllclent to Impart to broth, Kratlea,
soups, rairouls and salads that delicious sua-
flcton of the pret-ence of carlle which th
rench call "sout-con d'all,1' while the least
ettcess mar spoil the moat dainty dish.
Mint, basil anl herbal lncs;ars may In
ruado In the same way.
1h Arm; Mule In South Africa.
Tilt- Aiiirilc.in niiii.v initio litis nl
roncly ciniscd 11 Miisntlnn in tin- Soutli
Afilcnn win-. Wlic-n Hit- Ilui'is tolli'd
bit; Bloncs down n lilll nciir l.nil,csiutlli
n Klioit tiino iiku. In- niul sow-mi tit
Ids companions rttninpt-dc-il. wllli prito
tlcnlly nil tin- lliltlsli iiitlllory niul inn
munition, niul cniisi-d tlie cnptuio of
two Ililtlsli ic-Klnu-nts nnd 11 mountulu
battery hy tlie- llocrs.
.li III till llrlilicc cif Aeutr,
Tin; most MilualiK- iiatmnl bridge in
the wmld Is to bv found In Arizona ly
Ins ncross n tk-op clinm -10 foot In
width. It In n iK'ti-lllcil tioo nbout -1
foc-t In illiiniotoi- nnd nbout 100 foot In
length. It 1h pine ngato nil tliroush.
nnd thorufote Ih iniicli more valuable
na repiuls uiatcilnl tliim nny bridge of
marble or Rranlte would be. Hut the
most o.tpcnslw mnteilal of which 11
bridge has ever been built Is prolinlily
telegiaiih wire. Ono was built oer
the .Iheliini tlver ut Kohnln. lu the
Punjali. In the place of n bridge which
wits swept nwny by the Hoods lu 1892.
A similar bildge was constructed dur-
Ing the Hi st Sudan campaign over tho1
Iiokcra river for mllltaty purposes,
Uotililo A 111109 mice
Fly Oh. meicyl lie has two tnlls.
IJow Yoi Is .loiirual.
A l.le nlled.
The Dog You've (,'ot to havo a pull
to get along nowadays
The Horse Nonaeneel I've had ono
all my life, und It hasn't done me any
good. Uuueiis City Independent.
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