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THE BiSUEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1914.
By LDGAR RICE
Coprlghi. 02. by Die TunU A.
Tlio locket, too. took Ills fancy, ami
ho placed the chain nbout li!i neck In
Imitation of tho omnuicntatlon ho hail
seen to bo ho common among the black
men tic had visited. Tho brilliant
stones gleamed strangely against his
Binooth, brown hldo.
Tho totters he could scarcely deci
pher, for ho had learned little or noth
ing of script, so ho put them back In
the bos with tlfo 'photograph nud turn
ed his attention to tho little book.
This was almost entlroly tilled with
fine script: but. while the little bugs
were nil fnmlllur to him. their nrrango
ment and tho combinations In which
they occurred Were strnugo and entire
Tarzan had long since learned the
uso of the dictionary; but. mucli to his
sorrow nnd perplexity. It proved of no
nvall to him In this emergency. Not n
word of all that was written In the lit
tle book conld ho find, and so he put it
back In the little mctnl box. but with n
determination to work out the mys
teries of It later on.
It was tho diary of John Clayton,
Lord Greystoko. kept In- French, ns
had always been his custom.
Tarzan replaced the box In tho cup
board, but nlwnys thereafter he car
ried the features of the strong, smiling
faco of his father In his heart and In
his head a fixed determination to solve
the mystery of the strange words In
the little1 hlnck book.
At present he had more Important
business In hand, for his supply of ar
rows wns vxhuiKted. and ho must
need Journey to tho black men's vil
lage nnd renew It
I'arly the following morning- he Ret
out. nnd. traveling rapidly, ho camo
before midday to tup llttlo clearing.
Once more lie took up his position In
the great tree, and, as before, he saw
Each CiV-x v
iireM y Conner', dt
Will Rent Sell
or dispose of
in short lime.
Iho women In the Holds nnd tho viilngo
street nnd the llttlo caldron of bub
bling poison directly beneath him.
For hours he lay nwnltlug his oppor
tunity to drop down unseen aud gather
up tho arrows for which he had come,
lint It was not until night fell that
1'nrznn saw his chance. This tlmo ho
took nil of the arrows, for ho had
brought n number of long fibers to bind
them Into n bundle.
When tho savages discovered that
onco moro their arrows had been pil
fered It seemed to them that they
had offended somo great god who ruled
this part of tho jungle. From then on
an offering of food wns dally placed
beneath the great tree from whenco tho
nrrows had disappeared. In an effort to
conciliate tho mighty one.
Hut tho seed of fear was deep sown,
nnd had he but known It Tarzan of
tho npes had laid the foundation for
much fnturo raiser' tor himself nnd
Thnt night ho slept In tho forest npt
for from tho village, nnd early the
next morning set out slowly on his
homeward inarch, hunting ns ho trav
eled. Only a fow berries nnd mi oc
casional grubworm rewarded his
search, and ho was half famished
whon, looking up from a log ho had
been rooting beneath, ho saw Snlvir. i
tho tiger, standing In tho center of tho
trail not twenty paces from him,
Tho great yellow eyes wero fixed
upon him with a wicked and baleful
gleam, and the red touguo licked tlio
longing lips as Snbor crouched, worm
ing his stealthy way with belly flat
tened ngalnst tho earth.
Tarzan did not attempt to escape.
Ho welcomed tho opportunity for
which. In fact, he had been searching.
Quickly ho unslung his bow and fit
ted a 'welt daubed arrow, and ns Snbor
sprang the tiny mlssllo leaped to meet
him In midair. At the same Instant
Tnnwn of tho apes Jumped to one side,
nud ns the tiger struck tlio ground be
yond another death tipped nrrow sank
deep Into bis loin.
With a mighty roar tho beast turned
nnd chnrged onco more, only to bo met
with a third arrow full lu one eye,
but this tlmo ho was too close unou tho
apo man for the latter to sidestep.
Tarzan of the apes went down be
neath the body of his enemy, hut with
gleaming knife drawn and striking
home. l'or n moment they lay there,
and then Tarzan realized that tho Inert
mass lying upon blra wns beyond pow
er to Injure.
With difficulty he wriggled from be
neath the great weight, nnd as he stood
erect nnd gazed down upon tho trophy
of his skill a mighty wavo or exulta
tion swept over hlra.
With swelling breast, he placed a
foot upon the body of his powerful
enemy nud, throwing back his fln
young head, roared out the awful chal
lenge of the victorious bull ape.
Tho forest echoed with tho savago
nnd triumphant pnean. Birds fell still,
and the larger animals and beasts of
prey slunk stealthily nway, for few
thero were of all tho Jungle who sought
for trouble with tho great anthropoids.
And In London another Lord Grey
stoke was speaking to his kind In tho
house of lords, but nono trembled at
tho sound of his soft voice.
Snbor proved most unsavory eating
even to Tarznn of tho apes, but hunger
served ns a snuce, nnd ere long the
List your property with him and
Phone 55 Opp, Depot
All Kinds of transfer work.
Coal delivered to any part of
tho district nnd a discount giv
en for cash.
j. J. QUILL, Trnnsfer.
Phono GO and C1C
Opening of now bonrdlng
house (Old Larscn House),
School HUI, Wodnosday, Fob. 4,
19H, Mrs. Itaby, proprietress.
In Any Form of Blood
Trouble the Cure is Rapid.
An astonishing record of ccrloas blood
polsoiilni; in dally lirnuxut to our attention.
Anil mokt It not all tbono startling
calamine could lo a . t t the blood
prltuvtl, toni-u and purltU'J In ndranca by
that wonderful remedy known crcrywlicro
m 8. K. M. l't'W ik-opIo realize bow nulillv
the sjstew become lnfi'rtrd with tbu uclcU
nnd ferments from undigested food, can
sUpntlon and lnnrtlvc kltlneu.
iue symptoms nro fever, thirst, excit
ability, dry skin followed by rain, and
man)' Indications wroutly dtnpiosed as
rtmnaiae poisoning, tuii condition is ni
moit un!rera! In Ml climates and U
quickly overcomo by tho action of H. B. H.
Tlio medlrlnal iironertlcs of H. 8. 8. are
relatively Just as oentlal to well balanced
health at are tho nutritive properties of
the meat, crnlns. fat nnd sugars of our
dally fond. And If you will bear this fac,t
In mind and Ret your blood under the
dominating Influenco of 8. 8. 8. you will
nm only drlre out those Impurities that
route I.neumatism, ratarrn, i.cienin, rim
clet. noils and thin nnemlc blood, but you
Rill feel anew the thrill of health that
an enme onlr from n nurlfled blood stream,
Io not necept nnythln? else In place of
ft. 8. R.i pay no attention to the ".lust as
Oood" claims of those who would sacrifice
Tuiir health to mato nn extra tiront. h.
X H. rontnlns nn minerals, no crone drugs
nothlne but the most bcneflclnl botanical
mttnHnl (tn he sure end cet 8. 8, 8.
nd avoid disappointment, flet a bottle
today and writ" for free advice to Tho
Kwlft KpociBe CO., 222 Bwllt IllUg., At
weirfctf npo mnn wns rendy to steep
ngnln. l'lrst. however, he must re
move tho hide, for It wits ns.tmicli for
this ns for uny other purjioso that ho
hnd desired to qncflmpnss tho destruc
tion of Sal)or. the tlgbr.
Poftly ho removed tho peat pelt, for
ho had practiced often oifsmnllor ani
mals, and when tho task Wns finished
do carried his trophy to tho fork of n
high tree. There, curling himself se
curely In a crotch, ho fell lpto deep
What with loss of sleep, nrdtions ex
ercise nnd n henrty meal Tarzan of
tho opes slept tho sun round, nwaken
lng nbout noon of tho followlng'dny.
Ho straightway' repaired to tho enr
enss of Salor. but wns angered to (lml
(ho lmncs picked rlenn by other hun
gry denizens of tho Jungle.
,Ho hastened on townrd tho point
where hp hnd left tho tribe nnd. when
ho hnd found them, proudly exhibited
tho skin of Snbor. tho tiger.
"Look," ho cried, "npes of Kerchak!
Seu'wl'tot Tarzan. tho killer, hns done.
Who clseAnmong you hnsi ever killed
one of Sailor's people? Tarzan Is
mightiest nniong you, for Tarzan Is no
npe. Tnrzan Is" Hut hero ho stop
p"d, for In tho language of tho anthro
poids there wns no word for mnn, nud
Tnrznn could only write tho word In
English. He could not pronounce It.
The trlho had gathered nbout to loolc
upon the proof of his wondrous prow
ess and to listen to his words.
Only Kcrchnk hung bnck, nursing
bis hatred nnd his rage.
Suddenly something snnpped in tho
brnln of tho anthropoid. With n fright
ful roar the great beast sprang among
tho assemblage. Krothlng and shriek
ing in tho insanity of his fury, Kcr
chnk looked about for tho object of his
greatest hatred, nnd there, upon n
nearby limb, ho saw him sitting.
Como down. Tnrzan, great killer!"
cried Kerchak. ready for battle.
Come down nud feel tho fangs of a
greater! Do mighty tlghters fly to tho
trees at danger?"
Aud ho emitted tho volleying chal
lenge of his kind.
Quietly Tarzan dropped to tho
ground. Ureathlessly tho trlbo watch
ed Kerchak. still roaring, charge tho
relatively puuy figure.
Nearly seven feet stood Kerchak on
his short legs. Ills enormous shoul
ders were bunched nnd rounded with
hugo muscles. The buck of his short
neck was ns n single lump of iron
sluow which bulged beyond the base
of his skull, so thnt his head seemed
like n small ball protruding from a
huge mountain of (lest).
Ills back drawn, snarling lips expos
cd Ills great lighting fangs, nnd his
bloodshot eyes glen mod tn horrid re
flection of his mndness.
Awaiting him stood Tarznn. himself
a mighty muscled nntraal. but his six
feet of height nnd bis grcnt rolling
sinews seemed pitifully Iiiudequuto to
the ordenl which awaited them lu their
struggle with Kerchak.
Ills bow and nrrows lay some dls
tauco away, where ho hn'd dropped
them when showing Snbors til Jo to
his fellow apes, und ha confronted Ker
clnil: with only his knife and his supe
rior Intellect to offset the ferocious
strength of his enemy.
As his antagonist came roaring to
ward him Lord Greystoko toro his long
kulfu from the shenth und. with nn an
swering chullcngu ns horrid und blood
curdling ns tliut of the beast ho faced.
rushed swiftly to meet tbo attack. He
wns too shrewd to allow those loug,
hairy arms to encircle him, und Just
ns their bodies wero about to crush to
getber Tnrzan of tho npes grasped one
of tho hugo wrists of his assailant und,
springing lightly to one side, drove his
knlfo to tho hilt Into Kerchak's body
below tho heart.
' Bofore he could wrcuch tho blado
free ngnln Kcrchnk's quick lunge to
grasp him In those awful arms had
torn tho hilt from Turzan's band.
Kerchak aimed n tcrrllle blow nt tho
apo man's head with tho Hut of his
hand, a blow which hnd ft landed
might easily havu crushed in tho sido
of Tarzan's skull.
Tho man was too quick and, ducking
tho blow, himself delivered a mighty
ono with clinched (1st lu tho pit of
Kerchnk s stomach.
Tho npe was stnggcred by tho blow
nnd, what with tho mortal wound In
his side, had utmost collapsed, when
with ouo mighty ctfort tie rallied for
an Instant. Just loug enough to enable
him to wrest his arm free from Tur
zan's grasp nud close In a terrlUc clinch
with his wiry opponent.
Straining the upo man closo to him
bis grcnt Jaws sought Tnrzan's throat,
but tbo young lord's sinewy lingers
weru nt Kcrchnk's own beforo tho
cruel fangs could closo on tho sleek
The greater strength of tho npo was
slowly prevailing nud tho teeth of tho
straining benst wero senrce an Inch
from Tarzan's throat wbtm, with
shuddering tremor, tho great body
stiffened for an Instant and then sank
limply to tho ground.
Kerchnk was dead and Tarzan of the
npes tho victor.
(To bo Continued.)
TO QUENCH THIRST
to restoro vigor, to aid appetlto nnd digestion thero la nothing hot
ter than a bottlo of Tnnnhauaer beer. It Is a full flavored, full
bodied bovorago that is both food and drink and a mighty pleasant
one, as those who know can tostlfy. Want to try It?
A caso will provo our claim. Only I3.C0 at your grocer's, or phono
U. A. BROWN
Successor to Boston and Brown, A cents for Copper City Brawery.
I No more hunting for the tobacco that exactly 1
1 suits you. I
B Not after you've found STAGrich ripemellow fragrant full 1
i bodied yet exquisitely MILD. 3
ft; Convenient Packages: Tho Handy HatfSizo 5-ContTin,tho Full-Size II
H 10-CcntT.n. tho Pound and Half-Pound Tin Humidors and tho Pound Glass Humidor. IM 'J
I EVER-LAST8 MG-LY GOOD" WSlWm
Many Probable Candidates
The enmpntgn beo came out yes
terday with tho ground hog and from
the aspect of things tho little bee
must have stung several. Although
things polltlcnl have boon on tho go
for several weeks, nover was It so
noticeable, as yesterday. Several
avowed candidates for city offices
wero busy yesterday among Uijelr
friends nnd it looks as if there will
bo some hot times from now cn untli
tho primary In April.
Fight Over Union Card
A. V. McCdllum, carpentor.
was working In tho White House Har-
her Shop Sunday at Ixiwell, whon np-
proachod by Otto Ilrunner who asked
to sco his union card. McCallum re
plied that ho had one, but ould net
show It to nrunncr. llrunner then as
saulted McCallum, for which act he
was fined $10 In Judge Smith's
court yesterday. Tho fine was paid.
While a crowd wns In tho barber
shop, following tho fight, several raz
ors wero otolen.
Will Build Home.
V. 5f. Uuckwalter has told his ros-
Idenco on Hlgglns Hill to W. J. O Mal-
loy and will shortly begin tho erec
tion of a modern bungalow In War
ren. Mr. and Mrs. Buckwalter will va
cato tholr residence on Hlgglns Hill
about the middle of the month, when
Mr. and Mrs. O'Malley will take pos
Good for the Year-Around Service
Attach to Any Lamp Socket
of Proper Voltage .
Broko Collar Bone.
Marie, ten year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Iluckott sustained a
broken collar bono at tho homo of tho
family on Mason Hill Sunday even
ing when tho llttlo lady stopped back
wards from a veranda. Although her
fall was a matter of llttlo more than
a foot, sho wns thrown In such a man
ner as to sustain tho Injury told of.
Dr. Uledsoo was summoned to re
duce tho fracturo and yesterday sho
was reported making as good recov
ery as could, 'bo expected.
In Frem Sonora
It. II. Whltostdo camo In last even
ing from Douglas, where ho arrived
yesterday from a visit to mining prop
erties In which ho is interested In
Sonora. Mr. Whltostdo' found condi
tions vry good In Sonora, with In
terest in nnd encouragement to min
ing very much' Improved. His own
properties, which nro- Bpokcn of very
highly, ho says aro looking good1. Mr.
Whiteside will bo hero soveral days
with reference to his Interests.
At tho Copper Queen: J. T. Walk
er, Los Angeles; W. I. McNalr, Doug
las; . W. T. Johnson, Denver; W. It.
Sch,utz. Kl Paso; K. W. Ilrlttlo and
wlfo, Virginia; O. II. Dowel!, Doug
las; Miss McKnlght, Douglas; 13. U
nails, Dallas; P. H. Whltesldo,- Doug
las;, It. K. Sandemeyer, Chicago; S. h.
Harris, Now York; A. A. "Hnlbcrg,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. George 10.
JnJckson, Courtland; A. A. Wlon,
Johnson; C. P. Merrill, Johnson; Ilob
ert Mackay. JOhnson; h. Lund, John'
son; (Jus Heyman, Han Francisco; F.
Ferguson, Chicago; W. A. Ilalllngor,
Ban Francisco; M, c. Cheney, Kl
Paso; T. P. Smith, Los Angeles; C.
A. Ituckor, El Paso; O. E. Fischer,
S8.75, $12.75, $13.75
- -,- $5.00
- : - . $8.50
- ; ,?7.,50.
$45.00 and up
- $50.00 & $85.00
St. Louis; F. areidenovols, Austin; J,
Thos.- Denver; J. B. Strlmplo, Los
Angeles; It. A. Warner, Los Angeles;
It. L. Hogue, Cananea.
Q. H. Dowoll, general manager .of
tho Copper Quen, Is hero on busi
ness connected with his office.
Miss McKnlght , of Douglas Is n
guest' at tho Coppor Queen, bote),
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo 13 Jackson of,
Couftland are hero for n Bhort whllO
on n visit to friends. . I
.A. H. Wlen, C. P. Mrrll, Itobert
Mackny and L. Lund, uromlnoiit
ranchers of Johnson, aro hero for ujRead Review "Want Ads."
few days relative to business mat
ters. County Attorney W, 0, (lllmoro Is
hero ;ronf Tombstone on business.
Hugh R. Fletcher, prominent hotol
man of Hamsoy Canyon, was a visi
tor hero yesterday.
Tho Knlghta and. Ladles of Security
will have a special mooting on Fob
ruary 7; routine business. All mem
bers please bo present, D. It. Han
Pianos, Playor Planps, tlio very best
makes. For salo by ltoynolds' Musto
& Qlft Shop.
DINNER AND PARTY FAVORS.
Just in, nn entirely now nnd up-to.
date lino of favorB, Including mlnla
turo animals, toys, mottdes and oddi
ties suitable for dlnnor parties, chil
dren's parties nnd fostlvo occasions,
such as valentines and Washington's
birthday, etc Frosh candles. Rey
nolds' Muslo & Gift Shop.
,Mr. Avlin, 63 Jlggenrllle. Ffcofl