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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
Coprrlht. 1910 n, Stmt Smfft
Copr1(bt. IVII or tb Muaiuu
the i.oaic or lcumi.
StlR nodded her head ruefully,
"'i'lmfs lint 1 wanted to
s-iy. but It sounds different on
your litis. It sounds ni tliuuKli
you mcnnt It yournclf nnd tlml you
mount It hocnuso of inc. Well, I ntn
going to bed. I,ct me bo yoir partner
nnd jmi'll w me rnlllo tlie dry bones
of the Solomons. Confess. l'e rattled
"I should ay so." bo nnswored.
'Tlenlly, jou know, you have. 1 never
received such n dreeing down In my
life. If ntiy one bad out told mo
tbnt I'd Iw n party even to tho present
Blluntlon Yes, I confess you bavo
rattled my dry bones pretty consider
"Hut that Is nothing to tho rattling
they are going to get." she nssured him
ns ho roso ami tool: her hand. "Hood
night. And do. do give mo n rational
decision In tho morning."
"1 wish I knew whether you nro
merely headstrong or whether you
really Intend to he n Solomon planter,"
Sheldon said in tho morning nt break
fast. "I wish you wero more adaptable,"
Joan retorted. "You havo moro pre
conceived notions than nny man I ever
met. Why In the namo of common
sense. In the name of-fnlr piny, can't
you get It Into your head that I am
dllTerent from lbs women you hive
know u and treat me accordingly? You
surely ought to know I nm different.
I sailed my own schooner bore skip
per. If jou please. I camo hero to
make my living. You know that: I've
told jou often enough. It was dad'O
plan, slid I'm carrying It out. Just as
jou are trying to carry out your
llughle's plan. D.id started to sail nnd
sail until ho could find the proper
Inlands for planting. lie died, and I
sailed and sailed until I arrived here.
Well," she shrugged her shoulder,
"the schooner Is at the bottom of tho
sen: I curt sail any farther: therefore
I remain heie. And a planter I shall
certainly be. Do you want ino for a
"Hut do you realize that would be
looked upon as the most foolish Jack
nnapcH In the south seas If I took a
young girl like you In with mo hen
on Iterande?" he usked.
"Xo: decidedly not. But thero yoo
Bro agalu, worrying about what Idiots
Hid tho generally evil minded will
think of j'ou. I should have thought
you had learned self reliance on Be
ronde. Instead of needing to lean upon
tliu moral support of every whisky
gulling, worthless south sea vagu
bond." He smiled nnd said:
"Yes, that Is tho worst of It. Tou
aro unanswerable. Yours U the logic
of jouth, nnd no tnnu can answer that.
Tho f.icts of life have no place In the
logic of youth. Youth must try to live
according to Its logic. The facts always
smash youth's Ingle, and tbey usually
smash youth's heart, too. It's likn
plalonlc friendships nnd-nnd all such
things; they mo nil right In theory, but
tbey won't work In practice. I
"Suppose wo do becomo partnerson .
Berande." ho snld, "either I'll fall in
lovo with you or you with me.i l'ro- '
plii'iulty is daujeroiis, you know. In j
fact, It is propinquity that usually
gives the facer to the logic of youth."
"If you think I camo to tho Soto- I
minis to get married," she began ,
wrnthfiilly.. "Well, there are better I
men in Hawaii, that's alii Iteally, you
know, the way you harp on that one
string would lend an unprejudiced p
listener to conclude that you are pru- j
rlent minded" '
She stopped, appalled. His face bad
gnno rrd and while wKli such sbnipt-
ncs.s as to startle her. He was pa- I
tcntly very angry. She sipped the '
last of her coffee, and arose, saying:
"I'll wait until you nro In n better (
temper lioforo taking up the discussion
again. That Is w lint's the matter with
you. You get angry too easily. Will I
you como swimming? The tide Is Just
"If slio wero n man, I'd bundle her
off tho plantation, root nnd crop, i
whaleboat. Tahltlnn sailors, sover
eigns, uml all," ho said to himself
after sho had left the room.
But that wns (ho trouble. Sbo was
not n man, and where would sho go, I
nnd what would happen to her? '
He got to his ,feet, lighted a clgn
rette. and her Stetson lint, banging on
the wall uior her revolver belt, eauglt
his eje. That wns the devil of It, too.
Ho did not want her to go. After nil, I
she had not grown up yet. Neier i
again would ho loso his temper with I
her. She wns n child; he must re
member that. Ho sighed heavily But I
why In reasonableness hud such n
child been lucorpornted in such n worn- j
nil's form? I
Her (rilling laughter smote upon bis
reverie nnd bo stepped to tho screen
door, through which ho could see her
running down the path to the beach.
At her heels ran two of her sailors, '
I'lipeharu mid .Mahanienie, In scarlet
Iniu-laviis, ullli nuked sheath ladies
gleaming In ITiclrTiells. 71 Ivnn lib
other sample of her wilfulness. Do- i
splto entreaties and commands, nnd
wnrnjngs of the dangers from sharks,
sho persisted In swimming nt nny nnd i
all times, and by special preference.
It seemed to him. immediately nfter j
He walehed her take the wnter, div
ing cleanly like n boy, from tho end
of the llnie pier, nnd ho wnlehed her
strike out, with single oicrhnnd stroke,
her henchmen swimming n do7en feet
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"lLI. WAtT TOTlr. TOU A11C IN A I1ET
away on cither side. He did not have
much fnlth In their ability to beat off
a hungry man eater, though he did
believe Implicitly that their lives
would go brnvcly before hers lu enso
of an attack.
Straight out tbey swam, their heads
growing smaller hud smaller. There
wns a slight restless heave to the sea,
nnd soon tho three heads were disap
pearing behind It with greater fre
quency. He strained bis eyes to keep
them In sight, and finally fetched the
telescope on to the veranda. A squall
was making over from the direction of
riorlda; but then she and bcr men
laughed nt squalls and tho white,
choppy sen nt such times.
The squall blackened the sky, brat
tho ocean white where be had lst seen
the three heads, nnd then blotted out
sen nnd sky and everything with its
deluge of rain. It passed on. nnd Be
rande emerged In the bright sunshine
as the three swimmers emerged from
the sea. Sheldon Bllpped Inside with
the telescope and through the screen
door watched her run up the path,
baking down her hair ns "be ran, to
the fresh water shower under the
On the veranda that afternoon be
broached tho proposition of a chnneroD
us dcllcntcly as bo could, explaining
tho necessity nt Bernndc for sijeu u
body, n housekeeper to run tho boys
and tho storeroom nnd perform divers
other useful functions. When ho had
finished be waited anxiously for what
Joan would say.
"Then you don't like tho way I've
becu mnunglnB the bouse?" wns her
first objection. And next, brushing his
attempted explanations aside: "One of
two things would happen. Either I
should cancel our partnership agree
ment and go away, leaving you to got
nnothor chaperon to chaperon j-our
rhapcrou, or else I'd tako the old hen
out In the whnlcboat and drown her.
Do you Imagine for one moment that
I sailed my schooner dowu hero to this
rnw edge of the earth lu-order to put
myself under a chaperon?"
"Hut. really cr you know a chap
eron Is a necessary evil." be objccled
"We've got along nicely so fur wllb
out one. Did 1 have one on the .MlcteV
And j-ct 1 wns the only woman on
board. Thero nre only three tilings
I nm nfrnld of bumblebees, scnrlet
fever nnd cbnpcron. Ugh, the cluck
ing, evil minded monsters, llndlug
wrong In everything, seeing sin lu Iho
roost Innocent actions nnd suggesting
sin yes, causing sin by their diseased
"Pbewl" Sheldon leaned back from
the table in mock fear,
"As If anything good wero worth
while when It lias to be guarded and
put in leg Irons and handcuffs in order
to keep It good. Your desire for n
chaperon as much ps Implies that 1 am
that sort of ii creature. 1 prelcr to bo
good because It Is good to bo good
rather than became I can't be bad bo
cause some Argus eyed old frump
won't let mo bnvo n chniico to be bad."
"But It-It is not that." he put in. "It
Is wbnt others will think. "
"I.ct llicin think, the nnsty minded
wretches! It Is because men like you
ore nfrnld of the nnsty minded that
jou allow their opinions to rule you."
"I ntn nfrnld you are n female Shel
ley," he replied. "And ns such you
really drlvo mo to become your part
ner In order to piolect jou"
"If you take me ns n partner In
order to protect mc-l I sbn'n't bo
your partner, that's nil. You'll drive
me Inn buying I'nrl-Sulny yet."
"All tho inuru reason be attempt
ed. "Do you know what I'll do?" she
dcmanili-d. "I'll find some man In the
Solomons who won't want to protect
Sheldon could not conceal the shock
her words gave lilm.
"You don't menu that, j-ou know,"
"I do; I really do. I am sick and
tired of Ibis proteUlou dodge. Don't,
forfet fur n moment that I. nm per-
Ii' iib iii nii.e uuc or myself
Bejlilo. I h no field nt the liel pro
lectiirs In (In- urn id -til snllois Ymi I
wen- living Hie n h-iviiw when I '
came nlong Mini imiuit ytiu-iMllng
nothing but iliim-il meat nnd s ones
that would h.iie ruined the digestion I
of a umiel. Am way. 1'ie remedied j
that, nnd since wo ure In be puitners,
II ulll slnj rt-im ilii-tl. mi won't die
"If m- i-iili-r I litis iiarliH-rsblp," he I
iinnniiiii-i-il. "II must in- llioiouglilj
uiiderslinid Hint Jon an- nut allowed I
run the Hehiiiiu.-r. Yon can go
down lo sjuni-y nnu buy ut-r. but a i
1 skipper tti-must h.iie"
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Besides. I'd Inn i- Ihi- business more nt
benrt than niij in. in m- could hire.
As for rnpuhlllt.i. I tell jou I mil sail
nil nrouiid the m entire broken captain
or promoted able seaman you llnil In
the south sens. And you know I am
- n navigator."
"But being my partner," he said
coolly, "makes you none tho less a
"Thank you for telling me that my
contemplated conduct Is unladylike."
Sim arose, tears of nnger and mortl-
ii:.. .11,11 ... uer t'ji-3, u.iu m-i.fc u.vr lu
i ine piii-nugrnpii.
"I wonder If ntl men arc as rldlcul- j
ous ns you?" she said. i
He shrugged bis shoulders and I
smiled. Discussion was useless he had ,
lenrued th.it; nnd he wns rcsote.l to
keep bis temper And before the diy j
wns out she capitulated. She wns to i
go lo Sydney on the first steamer, pur-
chase the schooner, nnd sail biclc wllb
I nn Island skipper on board. And then
she Inveigled Sheldon Into agreeing
that she could take occasional cruises
In the Islands, though ho was adamant
when It enme to n recruiting trip on
Mnlnlla. That was the ono thing
, And nf cr It wns nil over, nnd n terse ,
and businesslike ngrec.nent (by bcr .
, urging, drawn up nnd signed. Sheldon
, paced up nnd down for n fill I hour, i
I meditating upon how many different
kinds of n font be b.i.l made of himself,
' He bad never seen n more Independent
I woman who stood more In need of n
protector than Ibis boy minded girl who
j bad landed on his bench with eight
' picturesque snrnges, n long barreled
! levolver. n bag of gold, nnd a gaudy
i merchandise of Imnglned romance nnd
I He hid never rend ot anything to
compare with it. lie smoked cigarette
I fllll-l V11.1U vl.i f.UUIIt UIHI. IIWHl 1,
i prowl nrouiid the compound, ran up to
him nnd touch. d his Imml wltb a cold,
, damp nove. Sheldon caressed tho nnl
, mnl's enrs. then threw himself Into n
1 chair and laughed heartily. What
would the commissioner of the Solo-
.,,,., vi . ..M . Z. , "'""or tbnt brought us here." he ex
mons think? Wbnt would his people vMnvll Vun ,,, llPfrlemlcd hlra
nt home think? And lu the one brcntli
he n-ns glnd that the partnership had
been effected nnd sorry that Joan
Lackland hnd ever come to the Solo
mons, Then he went Inside nnd
looked nt himself In n bniul mirror.
He studied the reflection long and
thoughtfully nnd wondrrlngly.
TIiriT were deep In a game of
billiards the next morning,
after the II o'clock breakfast,
I when Viaburl entered nnd an-
I "Big fella schooner closo up."
Kirn us be spoke, tbey beard the
! rumblo ot chain Ibrough hawso pipe,
and from the veranda saw n big black
i painted schooner swinging to her Just
1 "It's a Yankee," Joan cried. "See
! that bow! Look nt that elliptical sterul
Ah, 1 thought no" as the stars and
(tripes fluttered to the masthead.
"Martha, San Krapclsco," Sheldon
read, looking through the telescope.
"It's the lirst Yankee 1 ever beurd of
lu tho Solomons. They are coming
ashore, whoever they are. And, by
Jove, look at thcfeo men at tho oars.
It's nn nil wblto'crew. Now, what rea
son brings tliem'bereV"
"They're not proper sailors." Joan
commented. "I'd be nsbnuusl of n crew
of black hoys that pulled in such -a
fashion. Look nt that fellow In tho
I Ul,l IHU Ullf JUMI. JUU1,I1I UU.j uu u uu
moro at homo ou a cow ixiny."
. uv uuu i it i.e. Biui.iricu u, uuu
down the bench, ranging, about wltb
j eager curiosity, while tho two men who
I bad sat in the stem sheets opened the
' guto and came up the path to tho bun
gnlow. One of them, a tall and slender'
man, was clad In white ducks tbnt fit
, ted him like a scinl-mllltary uulform.
The other man. In nondescript gar
. muts that wero both of tbo sen and
shore and that must hnve been uncom
fortably hot. slouched and shambled
like nn oiergrown ape. To complete
the Illusion, bis face seemed to sprout
In nil directions with a denso bushy
iuiihm of red whiskers, wbllo bis eyes
were small nnd sharp and restless.
Sheldon, who bad gone to tbe bend
of tho steps, Introduced thcoi to Jonu
The bewblskercd Individual, wbo
I looked like a Scotchman, had tho Ten
I tonic name of Von llllx nnd spoke
wltb nn American accent Thu tall
I man In the well fitting ducks, who
' gave tbe English name ot Tudor John
Tudor-tnlked purely enunciated Eng
I llsb such as nny cultured American
1 would talk, snre for tbo fact that It
wns most delicately nnd subtly touched
by a faint German accent.
I Von Bllx was rough and boorish, but
Tudor was gracefully eusy in every
1 thing be did. or looked, or said.
I They wero on n gold buutlng ex-
pt-dltlon. Ho wns the leader aud Tudor
I was bis lieutenant. All hnuds and
there wero tweuty-elght wero share
holders, lu varying proportions, In tbe
adventure. Several were sailors, but
' Iho large majority were miners, culled
finm nil tho i-iiuips ri.im Mexico lu
flio Arctic ocean "It wns the old nnd
ever untiring pursuit of gold nnd tbey
en me to the Solomons lo get It. Tart
of them, under the leadership of Tudor. ,
were to go up the llnlesunn and pone-
trnte the inoiintnlnous heart of (Jundal- '
ennnr, while the Alnrlha, under Von
Itllsc. snllcd nwny for Mnlnlla to put i
through similar exploration.
"And so," said Von llllx, "for Mr.
Tudor's expedition wo must have some
black boyn. Can we get them from
-in the first place we can't snare
them." Sheldon answered. "Wn nro
lort ot ,luW on tI(, plantation ns It
-We?" Tudor nsked quickly. "Then
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-tun iuu ii iii iii ui it I'.iiiiit'rciiiiiif l
,m(Icr,,00l, , 0uvuu yo ,
alone, thnf you hnd lost your pnrtner."
I Sheldon inclined his head toward
Joan, nnd ns he spoko she felt tbnt ho
bad become a trllle stiff.
"Miss Lackland has become Inter
ested In the plantation since then. Hut
, to return to the boys. We can't spare
tbctn. nnd. besides, they would be of
lllllc use. You couldn't get them to
I accompany you beyond Hlnit, which Is
' n sbot day s work with the boats from
linrn -riinv nnt Mnlnlri innn nti.l fhnv
, nre afraid of being eaten They would '
srt you nt the tint opportunity.!"". .' """"
You could get flic Blnu men to ac
company you nnothor day's Journey
through the gross Innds, but nt the first
roll of the foothills look for them to
turn back. They llkewlso nre disin
clined to being enten."
"Is It us bad as that?" nsked Von
"Tho Interior of Oundalcanar has
never been explored," Sheldon explain
ed. "Tho bushtnen nro as wild men
as arc to ha found nnywhero lu tho
world today. I havo never seen ono.
I have never seen n man who has seen
one. The Austrian expedition sclent-
1 Isls. you know got part way In before
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or an, othcr m!in unowi of tho tailde
"But gold have you heard of gold?"
Tudor nsked Impatiently. "Do you
know anything about gold?"
Sheldon smiled, while the two visitors
hung eagerly upon his words.
"You can go two miles up the Bale-
sunn nnd wash rotors from the gravel, j
I've done it often. There Is gold uu-.l
doubtedly back in tho mountains."
Tudor and Von Bllx looked trliim
pnnny n, wch ol,1(,r
"Old Wbentsbenf's ynrn wns true.
then." Tudor said, nnd Von Bllx nod
ded. "And It Mnlnlta turns out as
Tudor broke off nnd looked nt Joan.
"It wns the tnlo of this old bench-
nnd was told the secret." He turned
and nddressed Sheldon. "1 rhlnk wo
shall prove that white men haie been
through the heart or Oiiailalcanar
long before the time of the Austrian
Sheldon shriicgi-tl his shoulders.
"We have lu-u-r heard ot It down
tirrc." In- s.il.1 slmplj-. Then be nd
dressj.il .iii if use. "As to the boys,
Ji.ll riiiildu I use I hem further tbnn
Hlnu, anil I'll lend you as many us
jou mini ns fur as Hint. How mauy
ot your pnrij me going nnd bow soon
will you start;"
"Ten." said Tudor; "nine men and
"And you should bo nblc to stnrt
day after tomorrow-," Von Bllx snld
to htm. "The boats should practically
lie knocked together this afternoon.
Tomorrow should see Iho out lit por
tioned nnd packed, As for tho Murthn.
Mr. Sheldon, we'll rusb the stuff nstioro
Ibis afternoon mid sail by sundown."
As tbo two men returned down the
path to their boat Sheldon regarded
"There's romance for you," he said,
"and adventure gold bunting among
Ibe cannibals. Aren't you sorry you
became n cocoanut planter?"
"Wbnt do you think of tbcm?" she
"Oh. old Von llllx Is all right, a
solid sort of chap In his fashion; but
Tudor is n flyaway too much on the
surface, you know. It It came to
being wrecked on a desert Island I'd
prefer Von Bllx."
"I don't quite understand." Joan ob
jected. "What bavu you against
"A man of Tudor's type gets on my
nerves. One demands more reKiso
from a man."
Joan felt tbnt sbo did not quite
ngree with his Judgment, nnd. some
how. Sheldon caught bcr feeling and
was disturbed. Ho remembered noting
bow her ejes bad brightened as sho
talked wllb the newcomer.
A second bunt hnd been lowered, and
the nutllt ot the shore party was
landed rapidly. A doxvu of the crew
put the knocked down boats together
on tbo beach. There were llvo of these
craft lean nnd narrow, with flaring
sides and remarkably long. Each was
equipped wltb three paddles nnd
severnl Iron shod poles,
"You chaps certainly seem to know
rlier work," .Sheldon told ono ot the
"Wo use "em in Alaska, They're
modeled nfter the Yukun iollng boats,
and you can bet your lite they're
cnickerjncks, 'J bis creek'll be a snap
nlougsldu some ot them northern
streams. I'ho hundred puunds In one
of them boats an' two men can snake
It nlong In n wny thu I'd surprise you."
At sunset the Martini nrol;i- out her
anchor mid gut uiuK-r wuy. dipping
tier Hag and saluting with u bomb
gun. Thu union Jn.k ran up mid
down llu- stuff, and Sheldon replied
Willi bis ImiKs signal cniiuou Tbe
miners put lied their letlts lu the ciiin
pound mid c mil, eil .hi the b.-a.-h, while
Tudor dined v Ith Joan unit Sheldon.
Their guest seemed lo havo been
everj where nnd seen cierjthing and
met eicrjliody, nnd, cneounig.-il by
Jo.in. his talk was largely upon Ids
own adventures. Descended from old
New Knglaud stock, his tnlher n con
sul general, he bad been born In tier
mauy. In which country he hnd re
iclvcd Ills earlj education nnd Ills ne
cent. Then, still n boj-, he hnd re
Joined his father In Turkey ntnl ne
louipunled lilm Inter to Persia. Ills ra
Iber having been iipiwlulcd minister to
Tudor bad gone through South
American revolutions, been n rough
rider In Cuba, a scoul In South Alrna
and ii war lorrespniuleiit In the llusso
Japanese war II.- bad mushed .logs
In tin Klondike, washed gold triitu
the sands tit .Nome and edited n news
paper In San I nitu-lscu. The presl (
dent of the United Stales wns his
friend. lie was equally at home In
the clubs uf Loudon and the continent.
the Grand hotel nt okobamn nnd the
selectors shanties In Hie Never Neier I
country, lie Uml shot big game in
Slam, pearled In the I'aumotus. visited j
Tolstoy, seen the I'asslon piny and
crossed the Andes on mulehack. while I
hVva" "v!n. -"rectory of the feier
Sheldon loaned back In tits chair on
tbe rernndn. sipping his coffee nnd
listening. In spite of himself be felt
touched by the charm of n man who
had led so varied n life. It seemed to
lilm that thu man nddressed blmseir
particularly to .loan. Sheldon watihed
her rnpt intention, listened to her
spontaneous laughter, quick questions
nnd passing Judgments nnd felt grow
ulthln him the dawning consciousness
that he loM-d her. Then us If Ibe
scene had liwn prepared by n clever
playwright, Utnml camo upon the ve
rniidii In report to Jonu the capture of
n crocodile In the trap tbey bad made
Tudor's face. Illuminated by the
match with which he wns lighting his
clgnrette. cnught Utninl's e.ve, nnd
Ulnml forgot to report lo his mistress
"Hello. Tudor," he snld with a fa
miliarity thai ainrtled Sheldon.
The Poljneslnu'H hand went out. nnd
Tudor, shaking It. wns staring Into bis
"Who Is It?" he nsked. "I enn't see
"And who the dickens Is ntnml?
Where did I ever meet you. my man?"
"loll uu forget Ibe lluablne?" Ulnml
chlded "Uist lime lltiablne nll?"
i'uitnr gripped the lalilllan's Hand n
ecoii(l time uml look It with genuine
"There wns only one Kanaka who
came out ut the lliiahlne t tin t last
Tnvnge. nnd that Kanaka was Joe
The deuce tnt.e It. man. I'm glad to
see jou, though I never beard your
I new nnme lictore"
"Yes, everj body spenk me Joe nlonj
the llunhlne Utnml my namo nil the
lime. Jut tbe same."
"But what nru you doing here?"
I'ndor nsked. relenslng Ibe snllorV
hand and leaning eagerly forward.
"Me sail nlong Mllc Lnrknlnnnx
bcr schooner Jllele. We go Tahiti.
Ha la tea. Tahau, Horn-Horn, Mnnun,
Tiitulln. Tpl.i. Silt all iiud l-'ljl Inlands
-plenty I'ljl islands. Me stop nlong
Mlssie ljiU..ilnnnn In Solomous. Very
-jii she rnl. b another schooner."
"He unit I were Ibe two sun-Ivors of
Ibe wreck of the llunhlne." 'ludor ex
plained to ibe others. 'Tlfty-seven nil
told on board when we sailed from !
Una pa. nnd ,le mid I were the only
Imi Hint out fi't tout uu bind again
llurrl-aiie. j.ui know In tbe I'mimo
"AND WHO TtlE rilCKr.NS IB UTAillV"
tu,. That wan wheu 1 was after
"And you never told mo, Utnml, Hint
you'd been wieeked In n hurrlcnne,"
Jonu snld reproachfully.
The big Tuliltlan slilftod hl.s weight
and Unshed Ida teeth In n conciliating
".Mo no t'lnk nothing 't nil," ho until
"All right. Utnml," Tudor snld "I'll
nee jou lu thu morning nnd liuvo n
"He K.ived my life. Hie beggnr." Tu
dor explained, uu Ibe i'ablllau strode
nwny nnd with heavy m illness ut foot
neni down Ibe civps. ".Swim I noi
er liiel II belter unliiiluer '
And lliele.lt. r.illiiteil la .Ifin. Tiidoi
iiarrnti-d tin- ill 11 1; nf Id. Iliiiitilui- !
Willie Mlel.lnll hlllnklsl mill i iliileri-il
mid ite-'lileil Ibat wlin.-x-i 1 in m u s
nIi.iiIi-oiiu-.--. wi-ii- ju- u .- ut i.-n-i n -a
I (Continued Next Saturday)
'I'lii1 Kitiil mi lime 1viv.m Itotit;lit, anil wiiu-l. lia Iic-n
ill liso for nvcr .'! ji-ics, lias Ihii-iih flio !li'iiiitiirc' of
awl lias lici-n Hindi- in.ili r M- ii-r
Lf X.'jij'' '""lal -iiiicrtisluii -Ini-i- It Iiilanry.
-wr-r, 4CA.,. ,vi!i iHMiiic ( ('--hiM.uii-illiN.
AH (i wiln-fi-lt-., Iiiili.ilitui- m I ",Ii:s(-.is-g-i(cnl" ni-- lint
V.i'-rliii-nlH tit it ii-l!'- with n-i'l i-iuIiuiKi-r the Im.ilMitif
Infant., ami i. lilldi-'-n l;n-i-liiu-o n.itu.st j:in-rliiiuiit.
What is CASTOR J A
Cnslnrla is u liariuli-ss siili-tlfiifo f.u Castnr OU, I'arr
KH'l't lrnm ami , milling ,s i-ups. It N l'li-iiunt. It
ciinliiliis licllln-i- Opium, 3Iiii'i!iiiiu imr itln-r Nnri-iitlu
Milislniii-c. Us nn,. Is Us yiiiiniiid'i-. IL ilcstro.is "Worms
uml nliii-s ri-M-rlsliii.-ss. It -iii-i-s Dlnriluiii ntnl Wiml
Colli-. It i-.-lit-v 4 s 'r.ctliliiir 'I'linilili-s, i-inc.s Coiistlpatlou
uml rialiilf-ii-.. II iissliiillafi-s (In- I'nnil, riiilnt.-s tlio
.Slniiiii.il nn. I I tou i Is, kUImjj liln ,ni,l natural sleep.
Tin' (IiII.Iicii'm I'liaai-i-a I tin .AI.iliici-'.H lil.-n.l.
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