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EVENING nULLETIN, nONOMJMT, T. II, rniDAV, nnc?23, 1910,
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Wlicn a Horse
Was a Messenger
V know, youngsters," snld cindcly ono night nftcrlJncK ana tvciyn
'MB STORIES FOR
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Itnm.incr In (lie Mln.it Kill.
,. fifty Itlchnrcl S. drove.").)
I ''Jvnllcc (Ills (an on my rugged
1 e.lioc.k.7 ' asked young Simmons, after
I mi ubttouco of lour vvockB from the
' city. "I ntiiulred tt In tlio harvest
Ilelds, along with n tot (it worldly ex
perience urd sumo money
"Whbn I started 1 luul'nt the slight
est tiitenllon of doing any work, and
liml nMtloil themsotre comfortablo In their plnccsito hear their bed-
tlmo story, "In tho olden days In this country wen lind n pretty bnrd
tlmo flElithis ngalnst tho wild nnlinnls. This story Is goltu; to bo
nboul n tinner's ndcnturo with n big ulldcnt.
"The farmer had gono Into tlio woods to cut somo woodlfor fuel. Ho lived
qulto a dlstnnco nwny from tho woods with his wife and n joung son nliotit
thirteen. The fanner took w Ith him his horse, vv hlch dragged behind him n
..j m -. i. . i .. .. t.tl. 1. iiiuul inm In 1m ll!fli Inter bv tllO
uni irnmcvvorK vi wuwi uu wuicn ,uu ..... ...... - , -- - ...p., iiviivi ... ft j ...,
fnrmcr. Tho former did not expect to meet ony Indians or wild nulmals, so certainly mil In harvest fields. I
ho did not toko his gun with him. ' tended to'go out to C itlfornla nnd 1
"Just as ho had picked up his ax nnd w feeling Itsiedgo ho happened to for n niontli or two. There didn't
look tin. nnd there, right nbovo him, In the branches of n tree, bo saw two big tBCcui to be any place open for 1110
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shining green eyes. They bclongcu 10 a ijnt. or wmn-ui, wuku i-. i.-iv
animal still to bo found In some parts of our country. Ho could not, of
course, flglit tho lynt with the nx, for It wns too clumsy a weapon
"Ho did not hesitate long thinking what to do. however. He nulotly
took tho harness Off bis horse, nil except the hcndstnll nnd bridle. Whllo hu
wns doing this ho did not keep his eyes off tho Ijnx, nnd tho nnlmnl watched
Mm, snarling a llitlo onco In nvvbllc. ,,.,
"When tho horse's harness was all ofT, all savo tho hcndstnll and brldjo.
tho fnrmcr picked up n smooth piece of birch bark nnd wrote something ou
It with tho point of bis knife. Then ho lurried the hone's bead toward home,
gavo him a smart cut with a stick, nnd tho borso wns on." f
"What did tho farmer' write, daddy?" asked Jack. ,
V "You shall learn in n moment. When tho borso reached homo the farmer's
wlfo and son were surprised to seo him. Itut In n moment they saw tbo
pteco of birch bark Btuck lu tho headstall, nnd they read tho farmer's rues
rage. It was: .
'"Bring the gun quick!
1 "In n tnlngto tbo fanner's boy got the gun. In nnother mlnuto bo was on
.i'lj .- i. I. -f.lt.,.. ... not m lin rntllil to tllO W OOtK Ho rCICheM! tllCrO
just In time, for tho lynx, tired of wnltlng nnd of being watched byho
. . oi.mir n inmti on him. It would hnvo been bud for tba farmer
If !io had dono so. But with tho gun there It was of course, n fllTcront
matter. Tho farmer shot tho lynx, und the borso helped to carry tlio ni luvil
On Buying or Selling a
Shakespeare knew human nature. Be
bettered muiic was one of the most nen
tlal things In the make-up of a person.
So It Is. Teach your children to lore It.
Bare it In your home. Buy a second
hand lnitrument and aave money for
Instance, a Phonograph. Maybe you,
bare some lnitrument that you are tired
of. Trade or sell it. One of our little
Want Ads will do the trick for but a
few pennies. Maybe wo advertise a'
bargain today. Look
Redd and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
DUEL BY TORCHLIGHT;
ONE BADLY WOUNDED
Actor Raucourt Thrusts Sword
Through tho Lung of
'I'AltIS, Dee. I A duel with swords
wns fought liit night In the nut-
, skills of i'nrls by tho light of lurched otllce. fOc each
nnd niitoniolille lamps
The principal!! in tlio duct were M
Ituuromt, mi tutor, mid M Cliam
pagnc, drama. Ic critic
Tlio actor ran the tiltlc through
the lung und tlio wounded man Is
said to bu In u despuruto Londltlon
Tho casa U now In the hands of
Intnr.laltiml nml fl U. Xr T. Klttnnlnt
hooks for stile at tlio 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u
hero When I got down Into tlio
Southwest the wlaat hnnesl wns on,
"Tho'triiln wasn't a hundred miles
out of TJIiltago beforo Homo smooth
looking men enmo through und had n
rotiNerKHilon with ocry ono on board
They Insinuated thut wheat harvest
Ing 'In Kansas und Oklahoma was ono
of (he iost pleasing nnd healthful
rccic.itluiiB In tho world Yes, they
even Invaded tho sleeper
"'Of course," olio o( them said to
me, 'you would not caro to cngngo lu
that kind of work, but If jou would
ho forward Into tho day coaches und
Induce' some of them husky fellows to
go on Into tho wheat country It would
be nppn.cl.itcd "
"I couldn't understand what good It
would o to get them to rldo through
tho wheat country of they were not
going to stop, hut the man said the)
mlghtbo Induced to como ngaln next
year when they buw tho bounteous
"Whllo I didn't try to Induce any
body else to go through the wheat
country and look at the bounteous
crop, my own route lay through the
center of, It, When I readied the
wheat licit 1 could sro at onco that
thcru was n tcarclty of harvest hands
(Ireat fields of wnWng grain stood
ready fur the realtor, but thcru wasn't
n harvest band In sight. In foiiio sec
tions I tould see n few men at work,
but not enough to tnlio caro of tho
grain behind the sclf-bluilcrs
"Then It got woiso und worse The
fanners tlicmschcu would como
aboard the" train and entreat tho pns
heugcrs to get off nnd help them do
tbo harvesting When wo got down
Into the 'lirnrt of tho wheat belt a
gang of despcrnto farmers enmo
aboard nt n water tank und shang
haied half u carload of workmen
bound for homo point In Artzon They
had a herd of automobiles backed up
close to the track nnd thesq whisked
thojo lament hands out of town lie
forn tho engineer bad llulshed taking
water, g (i
'One ni thee nrs abend of tho sleep
er Was filled with Mexicans I had
seen the. wheat raisers looking nt
them with longing eyes all along tho
route. They hud talked to the Mexi
cans nt every station, offering them
big wages to get oil und harvest tho
wheat, but tho Mexicans didn't un
derstand a word that was bald to
them rinally a farmer got on tho
ti.tln und sat In the scat with me.
Ho struck up a conversation
"'You look llko u football player,'
"I admitted that I had played tho
"'Ono of mj boys was full-back on
him hcio now I wouldn't be In this
"It developed that lie wanted to
sneak those Mexicans ofT tho train at
the next station nnd run them out to
his wheat Held, which was tiiirnltig
up lu tl'' sun. I told him Id help
him for it loiisldurii'lmi
"'I know oil would be liiIiI, 'as
mioii uu I look"d lit VOII
"Theio was n nml In tharge of tlio
i.irload ol .Mexicans, giiirdlng them
more jealously Hint a bride on a hon
eymoon trip, but lie left ihein a mo
ment nt tho next station to rend pome
telegrams. Whllo he was nwny I
went into tho car and In a tunc of
authority ordnrcit the Mexicans off
on the ilnik side of he train They
thought I was tho man In itiargc of
them, for I looked a little like him, so
they obeyed me Wo inarched them
down the truck und the train pulled
1 "I worked tboi-o Mexlrnns four'
weeks bcloru tlio man who had been
In charge of the crowd nmceided In I
milling them. Then ho took them
nwny like it herd of cattle, but In tho ,
meantime they hud uiiulo mnro money
and eaten morn substantial food lu I
those four weeks than they wilt In the
next six months. .
"No I wasn't foigctllng'thoj other
part of It Tho farmer's daughter
.was home from seliool I ttok uuto-
I mobile rides with fier on two Sunday
afternoons nnd Ibjii shortened tho
visits to ono every evening
"I'm going out thero again In Sep
tember und ufler tho wedding the full
back nnd myself are going tit take
iliurgo of the farm and put In the
! greatest acreago of fall wheal' that's
ever been known In tho country"
LA ''I M "
THE GIFT OF GIFTS
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This Democrat Icfeutcd Churlci
(loodwln, Itcpubllrati In the Uubei
n team last year,' bo said 'If I had
An Inmato of tholiiosrhoiiso ut Til
e.ito, Austria illcxl tbo other day, at
tbo ugo of 70 An Investigation of tlio
effects of this suppobtd aiiior, mi
AlliJiilan called Slerlo revealed the
fact that hu owned over two hundred
and fifty thousand dollars In Invest
iiipmIh nml It mtf iIimiiihIIh Ho b 111
nude a forliiuo In I'gypt befoio the
Ililtlsh occupation and added to It by
living nt public expense.
Christmas and Jewelry arc
inseparable. The ques
tion for you to decide is
what article of jewelry is
most suitable in each case.
The fitness of the gift to
the occasion ought to be
considered. A gift ought
ro be something more than
the mere presentation of
something worth about so
much. We would like to
say that our stock furf
nislus innumerable susj
ges ions. All your girt
wants may be easily supr,
plied from it with profit to
you and satisfaction to
thoseyou wish to remember
Hccausc Jewelry is liked Iiv everyone,
as vc said, its "The C.ilt" of Gifts." u
Our cases are liriiiifui of new goods.
H. F. Wichman & Co.;"
Limited Leading Jewelers
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What Shall I Buy for Christmas?
If you come to our store the answer is easy -If your
easier buy a KodaK; or
friend has a Kodak or Camera, buy some one of the articles in the list
a Prcmo, or a Brownie. Free instruction by those who know goes with
following. If she or he
hasn't there is nothing
Alliums I'llm i gallic, 7."c to $1-10.
.UbuniVlW Curd, Lie to U.
Alliums I'liiilogrnphlr, 10c to .
Ilrovvnlo ('iiiuerux, $1 to $!-'
Hooks, Iiihlrutlhc, i:ii()(liiiatillc, '.'.Ic
Cult Hilars, I'liiilogriiphlc, .'l-lr, 5llc, 5c,
illlr und Rllil.
Carrjlng ('uses fur Kodaks and Caiii.
ITHSi 10c up.
Canier.is, I'rofi Kslonal, (LVIIII In K.II.OI)
Chemical' for Photograph).
Camera Clamps (Irlpod HtiJotlt u (),'
Dark-room banips (oil, eandle nr.elifr
trie), '-'.'ic to . l
llrj I'lalei (Seed, Cramer, Hummer).
Developing nml Printing Outllls, ifl.Su''
Dii)llglit Deirloplng Links (roll or
pack, illnis or plates). $1.(10 lo if 10.
llxpoMirc Miters, if-V.I) In f.VOO.
hxpoiiire 'Inlijes, 2Tie up.
l.'nlargemeiitH from jour negalhes.
r'lash-l.lglit .Materials, hluels, Carl
ridges Powder, 2,'c up.
l'oeuilng Cliillis, altc up.
(IIiish Measuring (ilasses nnd (Irntlu-
nil's l- p.
hlnelosropes, fV.W) lo .'.'.'..Oll.
Kodaks lf.1 io HUM.
hiiilak I'll iiih (roll), ISr up.
I. iiiim's (Itictlllneiir and An.iHllgiiiat)
ifll.no In (.'IS 1.1)11. '
Ian Is .MIc up.
.Nigatlic Itaiks, S.'ie up.
Portrait .VtliKhmciit fur Kodaks, oOc.
Panoramic Cmneriis, ('i to if I (Id.
Prcmo Cameras tl lo ifi;n.'.'ll.
I'r i I'll in Parks, 1 0c lo if 1.1,0.
Plate. Holders )e up.
Turk Adapti rs l to if'-'.V).
Panic (In I ii hex or Jan.), .c to (I.
I'rimo Optical (lutllts, R
Printing Frmnrs 1,1c In iffi.
Print Itollers (single and dinible), ar
P)rograihj- (ioods (hurnlng oiilllls,
articles for burning, leather for
burning). ' '
I'k turo Frames (mini), gold, slhcr),
Itaj Screens, if I to it.
Shultirs Ifl tos
Photo Supply Co.
.Scales (spring und balance).
Slrrmpilruiis. J ?
Tripods (no(i(i);jfl lo. I
Tripods (iiittal.'-riillapsllilr), (XSi to J
'Irajs (tin, ciiuiposlllon, glass, puree
lain, rubber), iOt (o f!.
'trimmers K'c lo if7-"0.
Vilnx Papers, In scleral griiiles, lor
Hater Colors' lu.srts -" lo W,
Kte nt. v ' -
FORT near, HOTEL
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