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""" D" Ilt'.lIK Is n boy In our school
j named Henry, who lends money
I to other buys and charges tliein
j rent for It, but .ho wears clothes
Which need attention. Some of
. U bors say Unit when Hotiry' father
lmya him now clothes he sells them
,nnd buys nn old unit mid takci the
money ho makes by that and rents It
out to lwy who made' mistakes about
their own money, which hasn't lasted n
ions as they thought It would which l
the fonnlest thing about money; It never
Henry ti'thc boy who like Pussy, nnd
ho was never known to spend n cent until
' lie boUKht her soma candy. She was
ifelUtis homo ' with mo nml tolling me
what high marks she cot from teacher,
when Ileury camo up and gave her a blit
tick of candy. I thought thu Joko would
bo on Henry when she would giro me
half the stick. She didn't. I was never
so surprised In my life, for she leff me
. standing Uiero like n gawk and walked u
with Henry. I didn't think any girl could
l,e n meiin as Unit: rerulnr iclrl mucker
trick I call It, but Coiiln Mary fciM
would have to bums asaln n good many
times If 1 thought Pussy was the only girl
In tho world who rousl sec more to admire
In n boy with candy than lu a boy with
only apples. 0
I liorniwi'd twenty cents from Ilenry
last week, so 1 oho him forty now, but
when I've paid klni I'll tell him what t
think of him. If he says ho doesn't enro
for my opinion, I'll give him what's com
luK to him besides hi no hcnded per
cent week for tho rent of M jnsmey.
. Hut It's all rlsht. anyway. c wilt I
bought with those twenty wilts hroarht
about n corking adventure. I UwzhJ
stick llcorleo and vanilla, extract xttfc it
to make licorice ln-r wl'A TJirs was "0
gifurdny, so llggy and I went cat ) the
farm, for there Is ti haunted tr there,
and of course If you bury ytmr Iico-I'e
water under n haunted tree It makes the
bulliest kind of beer, bo IV?? and t
stopped In the kitchen tu sea If wo could
help Grandma makii her qulncn tr.arins
lade, and she-.said we ou'slu't, but she'd
like to have our opinion of It. Thus no
melted the licorice, llavurr-1 !r. ivrlvd It
lip tlsht lu n bottle and ueir. l-arr It
Tho linuntid tree Is down by lb- lurrer
where the lane turns lu fro: th mad
stimulus hurklvbrrrlct on ihe ll.iv tide
of thu lane, where there Is n lot li.-wL.1.s
nevir farms nnd It Is a cry sM tr'A "'J
has bien haunted for cut so !fri, ?nt I
never know tvlij until tb.it day. We hd
dug but u llttln way when we cu. on '.a
Iron box nbout tho size of a bis; cigar to-.
Of course we tbuueht of.iilrntes rlUt
nway, nnd took tho lnn out In ;i h.'.'r),
and It was so rusted that the hlnse who
nearlj gone ncd the. to;i raiua o!f e.wy
whtn we pulled lltllo on It. 'llitu. I
tell you, wo KOt..i'cr.ui:cr-Jai(i rirprbc.
for the box was all tilled with :!i!W pack
axes wrapped up lu somelhltiK lbs: lookil
like oiled silk, nnd their !ir.;-.v made
K;gy and mo pi, for thar uts souic
thli.K nlxoit ihem that suld "wh-y:"
1 :id I';.') to kei'p vnU'h and ! qhaied
off for Orm,tipu. tie itsms, ttoli cm .'i:ju
of the puikii;;es, ituwrupprd them. loi.kii
and tiiokl, and for iptlm a ".';!' it was
ns imsled nfl we were. Hut nf.rj h had
lookid and looked nt tho IusMn )! rln;;
be unwRijipiU he railed ("it, "Mcujj,
Martha!" and startisl with tht ho. Ur
(Iranitma. uuli V.ay and no uhaslui:
ili" wi .'v'trliui ulut cou'J iiia-" tlr..d-l
pa no oxelloil.
'When wo nil jrnt IntrTtTiV (Tltrlip n' nnd I E
tho thlucs were spieid out on ito labje, ;
flraudpn, took the rliiB 'i!...i -criihlicd If, '
nnd Kavo It to (Jraudin.i. ills tiuul ticia-
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An Acivt mar oust Voyage With a Shipload of Animal Pets.
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thn aviTAHo Jut'ky had hu ftay,"
ou naval oiitcer. mvru i
' riis'iiii iLts.jaL
ilii- uld tan 1 iiiu.iti
Will lllrney wan n'bark.
'".""V- . Will IHrn'sr was ..is-barki. 'f 7 .'s ,,"L ' ST. " " 'Z, . B' ""'T1 ' .? "."?'?..?' .S"
neve inut r-ttire ntitl I u'.,.... ...11.1 . I "ou oouui limi Ilie uncr ran ui in- ....ito, mm wih'ii no nisi l.eill on uiaiu vorv .. ,r. ...... ..7 .... v i.iiii iu iiiv euoiuiunuuiii
u,.- ii f ,1 .. ' , J ' r "4 ..' would )0 studded villh parrots. .;io iu, ironsmeH lur iiin.ln trlni'ls with a cui.iur.',r , . ' O""" overneau i.- omcer that ft tilp ssliorc. whers It coula
saw lhat Uruiidpa nisi firandma were snicockiiioo n,i maeuws. Murmosois would 'HaBsy you,,;, .N-e,v0Undljnd nlilch "ad i. '..,, ; 'u; leajiilui over as far as tty aruuIuj le tri!(N1 ttlll, t.at , accu,tonied
exrln-d tbnt they couldn't sny n word, but; "1"" "I "ml down iho sundlne iHibIiib. belonswl to tho hl, from piippylmod. omnu- l.i.L , .. nioull,'"ren "nd m juicy nhuuts and buds, misht tone up Its
only toif; tho thlncs on,, be . . ., M"y"'l I'LPPles wuuld imnblii over oac!i One il,y ,, y mn, ,aiiK In llu. irui. itw .,.: ' I""''" out. Ivnorglos. Tho piono.ltlon bolnir favoiubiy
ii.n-i i ii ., y "'"' othor onHlho quarlordeck. a couple of, ' d 'iio.l.j- with u lljlit.urnW wind. " 't louteiinm junipoi from bi; received, preparations cro. mode for the
(tory, but iilint they told us, ns nearly have Its deecratlou In tho shapo of nwlie tlio .er'I.iis nilnde'l bea,i lud st... d ,w i!u!i "f soiimN or bi.ai '"!!'' f""v " "W10"" '."' tho steward, a
mo ..,., mini ii uui. nil IIIIS!. w'nitnr uyufi curl la. ' ".uauhs it,, in no sails. nn OUIIV ill uo
(imndpa'ji erft.ranOna lived In thnt
bpiUo. it t!ie part of It which was built
betore (Jeorse WaslJiiBton, and he went
to the wur to tht tl.o Urltish and (SCT.
Ji-tins ami Indians who cntnv down flow
Chusda to otctuie vs. That man's name
was oeJU.Ila;nl,.ion. He bad a lounr
wiraov,u, nut ijuvm didn't ko to
the ar at first, aud this wus the rcu
hob: Thcro was a family llvlnir not far
away whu ivnutul tho ilrltlah to win, be
causo'they wero what were called Tories,
anu some oi ineir family were llelitliii;
tiider tho Central who camo ihnvu from
Canada. Thero wub lu that family u Kir)
naiLed Dorut;a, aud David wua Ju lovo
"In tbo n.ivy. however, the sailor's pro-1
pensiiiss in mis Uliecllon aro curbed by Iiiv
watoliful tlrst lieutenant, whose vision U
as that of the lynx and wnoso most per
emptory demand Is for cleanliness.
Hour Jacky Jt Is u busy man. Uven
less lw.lmsin.iii In Iho injst coutempt-
wir... . o t,uit a.i ,.,!.,, , ,, ,,"?. ,".:- Y'.."". ":"'" '' "'.' '.'" 'if-ro, was
nd ; PMlood Vo.pi.iB. ..ueaimr aM VS'SS trM K'.e,' ,"h 'KL mL,
"I ronifuuier that on nno or our mnl. ;.,'"- ' :,,rJ iwmfu jJipi, , WUi to tvarry hlni ami u Lit of lUnfriy men
mvisl rlil-v'i.t.' k1mmirrii ttiisris ii-i i.nm. n J UUlI' l.tiXt Cilllolt. ft. dtV nx sUM. s .. sl. .l,o.. . rni. .,sV . . ' ,HV"
JHter oCpupplCH buiotiKluK to tho cnptnln.
They were in u anuwoa w remain ta
QaV Or ruA ntiaw i ilm alwirn. iii f,n sirV,,t ...l i .
was to faii nvi, ,,ri iL.n.i,: ..ir."':. v .". rr.". .:,.::...,::"""'". ""rni'a
n. i,.,, i,; ,i. i..3i..ir V. ' "r,n ii in lieipniK iiioi nun m purroi,
as usiiii , by the Indonilt ible Bpottycus, -I'liers was H luuvy swell on at
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S nr. aJ V'mrt!!,'! i "!rU "V "'"" "" UurlK ,I,U ,ta' "X ,,0JI'' ' Kut mU" "W-""" 'Hey we escuo" uent- b mle. hbi foo Hut reaehri ZJ
ST wnl fj ,"?,'!??.,'" "lllu''''., proved to li the worn of nulsinees. Tin Tom a watery Bravo nnd wrapped f hot s o mii hands I to iav T hlnu-lf fri ;o'
stt.vti'11 1i! Jacket, bulluii.( b.niieir .iiinurlest nni most oneraetlc pup of u, torn Is. whence they esmpnl, onl ! ii Sni with a Iiilf KSw- . 9m ,a""
tnz alone hw ''." knot, on 10,, ' u e m i,ad their meal, lm.nodiaie, ,',rOs" nfl II u"u . ,M1 ,,,n ,h0 "':-'How I. IVIly1 ,,
nM'r":r''"v!n!te -r rep.led tho mendaclou
surrounuou ujr uii roi.iueiusuu Urtio. pro-'took a demonstration cr n.s r u :ts. ., ',,,', ,'.,.". ." . '
cods to traJn his pots. " vro i"?i. ,,. n warm summer evenlns-. "? ,IJ La. '"roUBht nto tho
Tlioiv Is ono ptnry In tho navy whlehiwardroom ofikers worn Juit belni heli7 ;'."'., "' ' wuu'u 'alk to It
has been namiod down froin Beneratlon tojto their soup when thero was a rush our. "rfix monthj' con
UUfiriOrfl P.ill,. .'MuhdlnntlAllV Ilm u.ini.. n....u. .... .
cabin unit llin ..urrsd bslween the oamniandlnu ..,h..a. Sl
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",WUIII IU II 1 vn.,u v,,tjr u.1 lUf U IVU!.'!!. lltlri .. .
rnnmr.nl ,.n l..,l.l , ,m I"1 f ,h,t Wnia '"0 'Old man' dl'CA-ed'
Kncment on boird ship that the bird must return. In vain Si So!
f.vi.urd araibt lUl Uo w. doloa 4 wU
tlUt 11 unnTTnllv M ;.JT."'.!". 'rha
eommsnUer, howsier, Insieiea that hs ftJ
.l!uuu lo "v0 "or airaln
This put the steward In an awful plutht.
II? Ilfnilllberiid thus In .ibl mKn had. a.lll
ti'? 'k'i8 yf,H"i l'ny tnon "'an a dossn
1 V. v". iwKKcr siewuras.
"At last an Idea ontoredttha head at the
bcrndlous durky. lie went ashore and pro.
curt from a bird fancier a 'parrot and case
mat closely' resembled mo. Da had lost.
Ho returned In good tlmoiwtth. Ids nur.
chase, and took It Intq the cabin UiSkixxt
"Tim commanding officer wna nvrini
to see his Jtoman Iwaked friend once more
and at one ueaao " overwoaim. It srita,
endearlnv cplthots, but lp plave of Ua iwuaj
ready How of couvsrsollun: tlw bird main
tal-iod un Impasshe sllenoe. Jq.t so. the
'old mnti' was bsflnnlnsT to fear that It
niui cauiib w "u "i us vooa Itte plrd
ruttlcd up Its feathers, mad Its eyes very
ra, ami uvgp" ivosi ihs nraians hsv
riliimle In rtuaiit PortuucN.
"Tin; eoaimsiidlim uOtc-r In a hlh .1.1.
of ncltoinont at once cent tor bU Orjt
'IsmW mre, ht. uouea,' .aid he. wh...
that oftlesr arrived, 'didn't I lell vo ih.'.'
this wus tbo most remarkable bird aliv.t
It ha been astions only m waek and It hi.
learned' to talk Portuvueae Ilk a natlvai!
"Thu truth came out datsr 'mnA i. ...
very bard with to steward.' "
Attn Joslsh went to Scbt f British ofB-
eer rnm,.wtb l4Ur from Oorotbei'
W-thsrs. aeil b!s taisinew was to st;tDt
1'otle t cnilsf Ib tkt British irkir."
Graudina has 'ea n picture' of'hlui-lt
lanrcr In that Tory hous now and he to
a rlppliif looking chip In a red cost uni
form.. H JlOart flod many Torle to ts
list, but he found Dorothea tefy itlfto
Ure and be mad lor tp her. ' jktOoro
Uiea wouldo't listen tolilis t ant. '
Then one diy-ll wit n' Jur,' 17
Otsudpa tald a teautlful younic Aniaf
killed and scalped by th wlcl. Olaiu
win. wer. Cihtluf fr the llrlt.jb. Vha
Iarld heard that b said be must Scat
ansiafi tna uritlsh. Out Dorothea laid
hs must ut IX be lorod her. but he laid
hs would eo sshiuied not to Bijbt, and h
lot a lot oi other farmers' eons' and they
rfmrvhed oft to help' save some Americas
aubjlets wits were In a fort Kort Sup
jrli, prandpa sald-who were holding' th
ffnt sluit lot of British aud German
and Indlatw. Datld's comnanv Uliid
with Uvuora! (terkluer, and they bad
drudfu! rtght,' lu a, swamp, ,
Ai u-in as David went off to fight
the British Dorothea went with the Brit
ish oftlcer and was married to him by an
ailay mluliter uamed Mr. Urudenell.
David was killed by the Indlaue In that
swauip fljfttt. aud Josuih Hamilton, who
Was flgbtlog lu I'or: fllailwli. got David's
body, wlUi n tomahawk which hilled bun.
aud ha sent the tomahawk to Duress,
wuo was men la Jlouiresl. ,
TJong after the war tt.ii over and Jssbth
was marrled'and living here with his (in.
Ilv. Dorothea'i family .cajtit sack, but
Joslsh would never ipsoi 'to Useoi. iad
01.1 at nave anything to 'do with, Mo.
btcause of Dorothea. .H'lt when Jaelih
was an old man Dorothect'cuil hack to
Infold home, from England, sad, the
wiot to Joilah and asked .him' If .sbsv
might com aud bring back aoiut, pressors
David gave' her whin they' were young.
Joslah answered "No," thai h wished
her not to come; and be asked her It sh
coiilii tle back' what was taken from
bint by the ludlsn's'ttomshawk. ,
jTIien a story got about the country that
the oak tree David .nd Dorothea usedjto
tit under when they' were lovers wis
blunted. 'People said they had seen the
ghosts of Dsvld sud Dorothea walking
under the tree al nlglit, but Joslah said
t'hoy saw no ghosts, because Dorothea
was alive. Then one day Joslah got a
li'Uer from Dorothea savlne sh was
Iti'itug back to England, but she had burled '
her heart under tho oak, tree. , ,.K
(iraudpn has that letter now, and be
tolduie that sll my grandpas tine Joslah
hat' read It aud told the story to then?
rhlldrru as ho told It io roe. But they all
uuiHMcd thai Dorothea's letter was only
a make-believe, and that she never burled
anything under tho tree. Grandpa ssld
lie had an old diary of Joslsh's' which
sluWd that lie did know that Dorothea
did visit th tree ut night.. H has)
sratrlied and seen her, but dhi ot base
the heart to drlvt her away because on
iilgbt lie had heard' her cryliiit end cU
Ins; out for David. But Joslsh never sk)d
CMfililim atKiut. this, for fear It rbuki
frill.'-- ,i:- :iu;M iicsi? ill lb. uidr;;
Qra'udpa aud Grandma aro both aurs tllii
Joilah nor any one else aver suspectteV
that the presents were burled there. "...
. You csu guess bow excited we were' to
hear such a story which wasn't nuke
believe at all, and. stsry w had) to do.
With', too. Orsndma cried while th
looked over the presents tod spresd out
the cloths they had been wrapped In,
and' suddenly she held up one clot,
looked at It hard, wiped her ipectsctts-
aod looked again nnd then gave It to
me, saying, "Look.Hurallton. wltl) your
young eycsl Isn't thern writing there?''
I could see that there was wrltinr.
tuft esjuUqt.'nislM asnt Asv'word'i tJB'
Ornndpa brought a glass, which makes
everything look big, and then I.could spell
out the word "These," Then, there were
some' words we couldn't make out, and
then the words, "Where my broken heart
The next day Unola Tom drum ns all
out to see the present and hear Griudp
en mo .wry agaio., yvaen, Mary went
w.lth mo to the haunted oak to see where
we had dug up the box she said that rirl.
like russy, were not Inventus; lp this oo
tury. Then I remembered thst I had
fprgotaU.a.bout Pussy turning me down.
Cousin Bob went down to the osk with
us, sud after a while h and Ifarr.aat
down, lu th shade and Bob asked W to
run tin to tiie' house andiu
hadn't msd some pumpkin plos th day
before.aiol. If she had, to gel her to aire
us soms. i did, anTbraedm: ialdVK
would: so I started bark in t.u Ex rtZ
nrandmassld not to botsW sbfE'that
Bob and Mary would get soma whan th
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as, because thoy dMn't oam back tk i
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