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By CRANK II. SPEARMAN
CrtrfifJit. I'AX). Vr Punk II. 5irnin
It wns three days licfnru McAcnl wns
ahh' to report for work, though he re
ceived full time Jttt the muni1. Uvon
then he wasn't fit fur iluty, hut hu
begged Neighbor fni1 hli run until hu
got it. Tim striken) were Jiililhint
Thllo tin- boy wns hi Id up, hut just
The I'dy i Clicked fur liu ffimCfc lliiuinjh
X mill n; ii'uu M'nm,
what Dad thouglit no ouo could lluJ
out. I wanted to tell tho old growler
what I thought uC him, hut Foley h.iIJ
It v.'iiiililn'l ils nny goo l im I might ilo
liiirm, hi i I hold my peace.
One might huve tluught that the in
justice inn! brutality of Hie thins would
have ruuieil lilm, hut men who have re
pressed Ihennelvoa till they nru gray
headed dua't rlio In n hurry to recent n
wrong. Had kept us mute ui the
spiilux. Whe.l McNeill win rein'y to
Co nut tho old llr.'ii.itu had the -14 i.ldn
ins, Imt If (lie paio free of hl ea;,iaeer
huil i.ny effect on Mm l.u kept it to
Am they rattled down tho line Willi n
ions Kloek train that nl;;ht neltlitr of
the::i referred to the break Ij their
run. Cuming hue!; next night, tlie
same hllcuce. lane over the eali. The
only words thut pasted oyer Hie boiler
head were "tdilckly hulueris," im Dad
At Oxford tiiey were laid out by u
rullman special. It was .". o'ebek In
tho morning uii.l ruining IitM, Un
der such vlirjiiistittuca i-.u hour seems
all flight. At List Dud himself broko
tho unxuppnrt.iblc silence.
"tlo'd luiMi waited a good bit longer
If liu hud walled for i no to talk," mild
Uio boy. telling I'oloy nftorwiird.
"Heard you got licked." growled Dad
after tlukerlui; with tlio tiro for tho
"I didn't get licked," retorted Gcor
gle; ''I got clubbed. I uever had n
chauco to fight."
"These fellows hnto to seo a boy
coino out and tuko a man's Job. Can't
blame 'em much neither,"
"Who&u Job did I tuko?" demanded
Coorglu angrily. "Wns nny ouo of
those cowards that Jumped on mo lu
tho dark looking for work on tills en
'J'heic wns nothing to nny to tlint.
Dud kept Mill.
"you talk ubout men," continued tho
young fellow. "If I nut not more of a
man than to sins it fellow from be
hind, the wuy tliey slugged me, I'll
get off this cugliiu mid stay off. If
that's what you call men out heie, I
don't want to bo u man. I'll go buck
"Why didn't you stay theroV" growl
"Why didn't you?"
Without attempting to return tho
slut Dad pulled nervously nt tho ihaln.
"If I hadn't been fool enough to go
out on u btrllie, I might havu been run
ning tlieru yet," continued (Jeorglc.
"Ought to hnvo kept away from tho
poitollke," grumbled Dad after a
"I get a letter twlco n week Hint I
thluk moro of than I do of tills whole
ro.uLiind I proposu to go to tho post
olllce anil get It without asklug nny
"They'll pouud you ngnln."
Ooorglo looked out Into tho storm
"W'H. why shouldn't they V I'vu gut no
"Out n girl Imck lu PennsjUnulnr'
"Yes, I've got n girl there," replied
the buy ns tho rain tore nt the cnb win.'
duw "I'vo luiil n girl there n good
while. Mio's gray bended and sixty
years old Hint's my girl and If tdio
rnn write lettets to me I can get them
nit nf tho poslotllee without n guard'
"There she nunc," said Dad in the
headlight of the Pullman special shone
faint nliend through the milt.
"I'm mighty gl.ul of It." snld Hcor
gle, looking nt his wnteli. ;(!lve mo
steam now, Dad. nnd I'll get joii hnino
In tlmo for n nap before breakfast."
A mluuto later tho special idiot over
the switch, nnd tho young ntnuer,
crowding tho pinions n bit, started off
the siding. When Dad, looking bnck
for the bind cud brnkeninii to lock tho
Hivltih nnd swing on, culled nil clear,
(Jenrgle pulled her out nnother notch,
nml tho long train slowly gathered
Iicndwny up the slippery trnek
As the speed Increased the youug
man nnd tho old relapsed Into their
usual slleiue. The 'J 1 1 wan always it
free 'steamer, but (Jenrgle put her
through her pice without nny apolo
gy, mill It took lots of coat to tuiunro
In ii few minutes they were pound
ing along up through the Xmrows, Tin)
trad: them fotlows the high bciuli be
tween tho bluffs, which sheer up mi
one side, nnd tho river bod, thirty feet
bolow tho grade, on tho other
It Is not mi hnltlng stretch at any
time with a big string of gondolas be
hind Hut on a wet night It Is the last
place on the division wheie nu engi
neer 'would wuut u side rod to go
wrong, nnd Just there and then Gcor
gle's rod went very wrong Indeed,
Halfway between centers the big
steel bar on his side, dipping then no
fust you couldn't have seen It even In
daylight, snapped liko n stick of lico
rice. Tho hind end rlpKd up Into tho
cab like tho notu of n swordllsh, tear
ing nml smashing with appalling force
Georglo McNeill's sent burst under
lilm us If n stick of giant powder hud
exploded. Ho wns Jammed against tho
cnb roof like n link pin nud fell sprawl
ing, while tho monster steel Hall
thrashed nud toro through (he cub with
every lightning revolution of tho great
drHer from which It swung.
It was a frightful moment. Any
thing thought or done must be thought
and done at once. It was either to
Mop that train, unci quickly, or to
pound along until tho till Jumped tho
track nnd lit lu tho rher, with thirty
curs of coal to coer It.
Instantly no Dad Hamilton after
ward told me Instantly the hoy,
scrambling to his feet, reached for his
throttle renchod for It through n rnlu
of lion blows, nnd staggered back with
his right arm hanging liko a broken
wing from his shoulder. And buck
again utter It after the throttle with
bis left; slipping nnd creeping care
fully this tlmo up tho throttlo lever un
til, straining nud twisting and dodg
ing, ho caught the hitch and pushed It
tightly home. Dad whistling vigorous
ly tho while for brakes.
Ilclleved of tho ttcmcudous head on
the cylinder, the old engine calmed
down emugh,to let the two men col
lect theuueives. Itapldly us the In alien
could do it. the long train wns brought
up stuudliig, nud Gorglc, helped by
his ilrcmuii, dropped out or the cnb,
and they net about illsconneelltu tho
engineer with his ouo nrni-tho for
midable cuds uf the broken rod.
It was n slow, dllllciilt piece of work
to do. In spltu of their must active
effoits the rain chilled them to tho
marrow'. Tho train crew gave them
us much help ns willing liiuiN could.
Which wasn't much, but by ewry man
doing something they got things llxed.
culled lu their ll.igtuen Just bcfoiu day
break and started home. When tho
sun rosu (ieorgle. grim nud silent, tho
throttlo lu his left hand, was urging
tho old engine along on a do; trot
across the llmckwood Hats, nud so,
limping lu on one side, the kid brought
his train Into the .nucivlllc yards,
with Dad Hamilton unable to mukii
himself helpful enough, unable to show
his appreciation of the skill ami tho
grit that tho night had disclosed In the
Tho hostler waiting lu the yard
sprung Into tho cnb with amazement
on his fnco and wns Just lu tlmo to
lift a limp boy out of tho old fireman's
arms nnd help Dad get him to tho
ground, for Georgle had fainted.
When the 'J 1 1 reached the shop:! n
few minutes later they pliotogra plied
that cab. It wns the worst e.iso of
rod sinnslilng wo had ever seen, and
the West Did shop) hnvo caught Home
pi city tough looking cubs lu their day.
The boy who stopped tho cyclone nnd
saved Ills train nud crew lay Kti niched
on tho lounge lu my nlltco walling for
tho company surgeon. And old Dud
Hiimllton-crahhcd, Irascible old Dad
Hamilton-How around that boy ox
nctly liko an excited old looiter. first
bringing Ico nud then water and then
hot coffee nnd then fanning lilm with
n time table. It was worth n small
oinaihup in too It.
Tho one sweep nf tho rod which
caught Georgia's mm Irid bioken It In
two places, nud bo wns off duty llirco
'UQiillrii. H"f, It was n. nui.i'!!i !i'-;a
that b ' i v ! i, ;
end he r h ' ' . - .
Ii .'.. Id l - . t.lu
tl ii i -u
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MAKES A FORTUNE
Started a Few Years Aro with No
Capital, and Now Employs Near
ly One Hundred Clerks and
Until n few years ugn .Mrs Coin I).
Miller lived In n niniiin-r similar to
that of thousands or oilier er poor
women of the uu'rano email town mid
village. She now reslibs In her own
palatini brown-stone . lilence and is
considered ouo of the most successful
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Mrs. Miller's New Residence, Earned
In Less Than One Year.
Rcver.il eors tigo JIiv Mlder lenrned
nt u mild and sluiplo picpurutlou Hint
cured herself and several friends of
female weakness nnd plies She wna
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treatment that sho decided to furnlnh
it to those who might call for It. Mhc
started with only a few dollars' cap
ital, nud tho lumedy, possessing truo
nnd wonderful merit, producing many
cures when doctors and other icmcdlci
lulled, the demand grew so rapidly sho
wns several times compelled to seek
larger ipiartcrs. Sho now occupies
ono of the city's largest office buildings,
which she owns, nnd almost one hun
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(Itilied to assist lu this groat business.
Million Women Use It.
Mora than a million women have
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livery woman Hiirfeilng with pains lu
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