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By OTHO B. SENGA
OtpwrlpM, I90t, hit K. P. Parttttt
SoUlra Hart looked the yaunjr follow
"II ml'' fflvlup his pudgy hand to the
clasp of tlia loiix, thlu ona extended lu
grttetlug, "lUlph Heed, eh? And what
do you do? Football, I suppusa, like
the ret of tbesa doukeyst"
Keod laUKhed good huthoredly.
"No, ilr. Hart, I wouldn't stand the
jjuost of a chance In a. rush, I'm on tho
"lie's the champion sprinter, papa,"
Interposed Elsie eagerly, "lie won tire
points for the blue lu the intercollegiate
Her father frowned at her euthml
aim, ami Heed's thlu, brown fuce col
"You ought to run," crumbled the
squire, coutlnulug his examination of
the you uk fellow; "you're built Ilka a
greyhound or n grasshopper!"
Heed, outwardly at ease, flinched In
wardly under the squire's keen scruti
ny, Ills compact with the pretty Klila
would be null and rold without her fa
ther's consent, and he felt that his ath
letic career was a detrlmont lu the
ees of the older man. He was not at
all encouraged by tho remarks that fol
lowed. "I don't believe In It," Irascibly.
"Boys go to college to study, or ought
to, and they make a business of soma
kind of foolish play. If tlione football
fellows," pointing to the three other
young men who were his daughter's
guests for the spring vacation, "had to
work one-half as hard sawing wood or
plowing, they'd think they were terri
Some one called Elsie, and she hur
ried away, giving a pleading glance at
ber lover which he interpreted as coun
seling him t patience.
"And as for running," continued the
squire, with Increasing choler, for be,
too, had seen the pleading glance, "as
for running, why should & man of ordl-
hhn a. stukjlk of blue xuhhxd by iiiu.
nary courage care to excel as a runner?
Running Is an accomplishment for cow
The blood rushed to the dark face,
but Keed spoke quietly nnd cour
teously. "There are tilings to run for ns well
as things to run from, Mr. Hart, nnd I
hope I'd not ,bo lacking if a test of
cqurage eaiutto me."
It was a merry party that roamed
over the fields and through the woodn
searching for. the earliest sprngflow
ers; that rodo and drovq .and gang-ami
Youog,JReedai.d his fall? hostess car
rled heavjThearts that made sayoty an
effort and laughter a mockery. The
squlr-vhad.ref.us.ed to, sanction their en
gagement, to listen to any suggestion
or to make, any promises for tho fui
"I'll wdt."bo sd (trimly, "untll.you
havo Jthowatthat you can do, something
Apparently oblivious ,to tlw-.sporta of
the guests nt JSartj's Hom, t.$ flqulre
bad kept a keen eye on them all. He
rather admired the dogged pertinacity
with which Heed took his dally run of
three or four miles over tho country
roads. He smiled grimly when he saw
the young fellow start out as if for a
walk wearing a long raincoat over his
"Doesn't mean to glv any unneces
sary offense to the 'crewel parlent,' "
chuckled the squire appreciatively, "but
intends to have his own way Just the
"It'll be rather quiet and lonely at the
house tomorrow," soliloquized tho
Bqulro as he drove along, sniffing the
fresh, clear air of the bright spring
morning. "The lads and lassies ull go
today. I wish I hadn't been quite so
sharp with Elsie and that, young ffllow,
II seems a flue, manly chap, Hut what
ou earth does he want to run for?" end
ing irritably. "Hello, Bartlett, what's
tho matter with your horse?"
Hi bad reached the top of a long,
sttcp hill, and overtaken a neighbor
with a heavy load of rock.
"Stepped oa a stone fnat rolled, and
gone as lame as a lasy man's excuses,"
Bartlett aaswered characteilstlcally,
"Suppose I hitch Jn my taui and
take the load dewu for you," suggested
the squire, "It's all level after we pass
ray neuse. Tou can lead yours down.
Sit Btill, Betty Bartlett, and hold on
tight," playfully addressing tho llt(l
girl perched on the seat. "My horses
are frisky, you know,"
Bartlett bad Wclied the wagon wheels
preparatory to jus king the descent, but
as pi9 squire (ixteld the tongue for the
otbsr lors (o be htfehed in the lock
pit I saappel and broke and the heuv
ijy toadwlWfcgon. started down, the bill.
He HMte4 to JBartlett, who, ham
pfA by Mw four Wh Nt his, head
and ely bwM, "Whoa, nart, wheal"
JHart ! on ti the tongue aud
traced bacc with. a'H bU strength, but
despite Itls e'ffuTIs'Hie "wTBOT 'tfeut "fly
lg 4sTf tht Ml like an englus an
t'fMk ml .flgfct, Betty," the squire
Ke knew thnt If he dropped the
tongue the wagon would be tipped over
instantly and that there would be
mall chance Indeed for the life of tho
child; so he too "held on tight" and
ran as if fleeing from death,
"do on, horsy," cried Betty, In great
(let; "go faster!"
Tho squire couldn't spare breath now
ven to groan. The heavy wagon, with
a ton of rock behind him, crashed aud
roared, bounced over the rough places
In the road, struck fire from cut stones,
aud the man ran till his legs seemed
merely rags fluttering lu a fierce wind.
Almost at the foot! If only he could
hold out a few seconds morel And then
fie tried to close his eyes for there,
crossing the road, directly lu the path
from which he dared not diverge, was
a little scarlet clad flgure drawing a
child's cart I
Hobby his own little Bobbyl
He tried to pray, he tried again to
close his eyes, aud then a streak of
blue dashed by him, the scat'let spot
was caught up and rushed to safety!
He jumped Instinctively when he
reached the little cart, and It was
crushed to pieces under the thundering
He had reached the level. He could
feel the sluckenlug of the terrlttc speed,
but he still rim ou, miles It seemed to
hlm now, before he could stop the de
mon that was forcing him onward.
"Go on, horsy! tildd upl" cried the
lusattuio Betty as the squire dropped
limp to the gioiind. "You can be my
horsy now," she remarked compla
cently to the 11 rat of the young men
who reached the side of the exhausted
They quickly Improvised a strotcher
from the blankets and carried the uu
conscious man to the house.
He opened his eyes after awhile nnd
looked anxiously about him.
"Bobby's all right." said some one
quickly, "aud the little girl -and aud,
I guess, everybody."
"Balphl" fjnsped the squire.
"Here I am, Mr. Hart," bending over
"I nm glad you can run," faintly.
"So nm I', Mr. Hart," reellugly. "I
feared you were going to run oer me,
"We'll linve to concede you to be the
champion sprinter!" cried cue of the
other men. "That was a pretty long
"Uulph.must yield the palm to you.
squire," added another Jovially.
The squlte shook his head feebly.
"Her-he 'achieved' lt,'! he whispered,
his eyes on Ralph's tine face, "but It
It was" He sighed wearily.
"It was 'thrust upon, you,' you mean,
The squire smiled giimly In acqui
escence. CroniTrell'a Huriul Filter,
The thirty acres of this great ceme
tery (Abuey Park) Include the site of
another large old house and its
grounds, Fleetwood House, once the
residence of General Fleetwood aud
his wife, who was Bridget, the daugh
ter of Oliver Cromwell. This sight is to
the right of the uvenue, and there one
summer day, among older and plainer
tombstones than those of the Abuey.
or opposite, side, I saw men mowing
the long glass nnd presently came up
on a mound Inclosed with an Iron rail.
The mound Itself was covered with
Ivy, but trimmed so that oue could
read on a isd grauite slab the words,
"This mound was a favorite retirement
of the late Isaac Watts, D. V." Tra
dition says he loved that mound be
cause from It he could see the open
country. It Is now hemmed In by
houses, but the mound Is still solitary.
Another tradition tells of n rumor cur
nsrt soon after Cromwell's dijath to
the effect thnt the Protector's body
was not In the collln that wus buried
with regal pomp In the abbey, but had
been secretly brought down to his
daughter's house and laid to rest where
now Is tho mound. Christian World.
Thqre Is a very forgetful glil In Den
ver, living up on Washington street.
Fearing u young man who called on
her last week would stay too loug she
set the c)pck in tho pirlor half an hour
ahead. SIiq was (lied, having been out
horseback rdjug that day, and wanted
to get to bed early. The scheme
worked, But then, hq forgot to turn
the clock back and, having numerous
young men friends, she a,lso very care
lessly forgot which one It was. Last
alght the young man called again.
The clock was still fast and he no
"Thut clock Is wrong, Isn't It?" he
"Yes," she replied. "I Bet It ahead so
& fellow who called -Wednesday night
would go home lu time to let me get
"The clock fooled him nil right," said
the caller quietly.
"How do you know?" she asked.
The young man smiled a sickly smile,
"I called Wednesday night."
The girl coughed,
"We're having so much trouble in
getting a hired girl," she said. "Does
your nuther ever have difficulty secur
ing good help?" Denver Post.
She was ponderous and walking
briskly, quite the Bort of woman
Who never wastes a moment. lie
tvaa clapper and just fluttering over
the puveinont. They came face to
lace on a crossing, nuu wow sww
to the same side, then both side
tepped again and were still face to
face. Onoe more hey balanced cor
new, and at the fourth move she
topped and uuidi sternly: "Young
man, I can't stay .here to watch you
dance I I've got engagements I'
New York Sun.
Turning the other cheek Isn't a hard
Mil iter If your face Is bruss plated,
The stamp of poverty Is easily erased
If you use the right eraser,
An affectation of simplicity sets Ul
eemplex mind guexslug.
Every nisn feels that heroism Is latent
U hlm sh4 yearn to be discovered,
Silk Prom FUh.
ByjsUs, of which line, iridescent
stockings and shawls Ate made in
Sicily, is a silk made by a fish. The
puina is a Mediterranean shellfish
that has an odd little tube at the
end of its tongue. Out of this tube,
spider fashion or silkworm fashion,
it spins a silk thread, witlt which it
fastens itself to any rock that it
wishes to adhere to. When the
puina mores on its fastenings itn
silk cable remains behind, This
cable, which is called byssus, the Si
cilian fishermen gather. llyssus
weaves into the softest, finest, sheen
iost of fabrics, but it is very rare
and expensive. Popular Science
On Evsn Lints.
In the olden days many a good
Scotchman fought in the runka of
La Hello France. A MacDonold,
whose sword had won him a cap
taincy, while at mess with his broth
er ollicers was jeered at by a
provencal major for a foreigner.
"Bah," exclaimed the snecrer, "you
beggarly Scots but light for gold!"
"And what lights my brother
Frenchman for?" exclaimed Mac.
"for honor' exclaimed the French
man. "Well, well, man," coolly re
plied the Scot as he emptied his
gloss, "we both are fighting to guia
what we need the most."
In the midst of his passionate dec
laration she yawned slightly.
Though, with her white and jew
eled hand, she attempted to conceal
the movement, it did not escape him.
His torrent of burning words ceased.
The light died in his eyes.
"But why," he said hoarsely,
"why speak to you of love? You are
heartless heartless. Your yawn
"Oh, Clarence," she whispered,
horror stricken, "did I open my
diouth as wide as that ?"
People who have their eyes on re
sults aren't always solicitous as to the
A mean disposition is one that doesn't
harmonize with your own.
.Insomnia is curedby going to sleep.
Lazy men were probably created
that energetic people might feel virtu
ous when they see a lazy man.
She is a wise girl -who knows that a
man who knows how to niuke a living
it a more desirable acquaintance than
oa who only knows how to dance.
The Summtr Excursion.
DIdit evtr so
On u summer nxcunilon?
You don't hae to aimwtr
If you don't want to.
Under our icrand old
No limn I obllgad
To testify against hlmsulf.
It Is nothing
To b ashamed of.
Other men have hit
At the game.
Bo you have no occasloa
To feel lonesome.
It looks alluring
In the advertisement
A ride on a swell train
For about a hundred miles
More or less
For one plunk.
Not a word Is said
About extra charge
If jou have to stand up
All the way.
You start off gayly
With a light heart
And . lunch basket.
By the time you get
To the train
All of the choice seats
And you are lucky
If you get ope
On the sunny side.
Soon the man conies along
Who didn't forget
To bilnir hie family,
UableH eating lunch all over you
Is only one of the ileaiant Inci
dents of the trip.
You know the rest, and I don't
For not uwnlrur up that once up
on a tl'UQ
You went along.
Two of a Kind,
this cigar. It
is a free
"Must be like my husband," observed
the lady who had overheat d. "ne Is
a gieat man to smoke1 when the cigars
Cures Chronic Constipation,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
laxative syrup combined with the deli
cious flavor of fruits, and jb very pleas
ant to take. It will not gripe or sicken,
It is much more pleasant and effective
than Pills, Tablets and Saline Waters,
as it does not derauge tho Stomach, or
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bowels.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi-
tively cure chronic constipation as it re
stores the natural action 01 mo mveauinw
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach iB upset
and the bowels are irritated without any
permanent bneflt having been derived.
mill nil A H M IIVtfE Tallo OKINU Loauve rruu yrH " J"
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tobacco hunger. In no other chewing' toburco can he get
such wholesome, rich, waxy tobacco for "Star" is made
of the best leaf grown.
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
is not only the bent, but tlve most economical plug you can
use. There is more good chewing in a 10c. piece of " Star "
than in other kinds, because the ripe, fully-developed, fine
bodied leaf in " Star " makes an elastic and lasting chew.
"Star " plugs are full 1(1 o. weight and have always
been full weight. " Star " plug is the same price the same
high quality as it has always been .still as always the
I$0,OOOtooo 10c, pieces sold annually.
In All Stores
Lord Palmerston Squelched a
When tin' lute Lord Paluicrslon,
who had .1 keen sense of humor,
first put up for the parliamentary
representation of Tiverton and hud
duly introduced himself to the elect
ors in the usual manner at u public
meeting a youth scarcely out of his
teens mounted the platform and re
quested permission to ask his loid
snip some questions.
The audience appeared somewhat
astounded at his impudence, but tho.
"AND NOW, YOUIIO MAN. MAY I AHK YOU A
veteran statesman showed neither
annoyance, surprise nor coulenipt.
Coolly, quietly and clenily ho an
swered question after question till
the malapert quuiiat appealed satis
lied. "And now, young man," said
Palmerston, "may 1 be allowed to
ask you u que-tion:"
"Oh, certainly, my lord ; ino3t cer
tainly," jeplied tlie unsuspecting
catechist ''anything you please."
''Thank jou." Then may L inquire
does your mother know you're out?"
asked his lordship gravely, and the
youth made r hasty exit nmid roars
of laughter. New York News.
Tho condition of the patient remains un
changed, Tho Stomach, Liver and Bowels
havo not boon stimulated aud in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to bo
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Wators never give permanent relief.
Thoir violent action results in an unnat
ural movement of the bowels and it isnec
essary to keep taking them indetinitely,
Why ORINO is different.
Omvn Laxative Fruit svrun is the only
preparation that really acts upon all
of tho digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon the lower bowel only and
do not touoh the Liver. It can very read,
ily be seen that a preparation that does
not act upon all of
H, V. Excursions.
Wlnno Luke Assembly, tickc t
on buIu to Sept. SO ntliwoxcurHion
rates, good for return until (Jet.
.11. See 0. V. Sehwenke for full
FUliing exclusion rates tickets
to points in Northern Michigan
will be Hold Juno 18 to Sept. SO,
good returning lfi days from date
Mexico City, Mex., nnd return
Sept. '2 to 151, tfOtt.-lG good return
ing until Oct. ill.
Toronto, Out., and return Sept.
IS to 10, $11.75 round trip. Tick
ets good returning until Sept. 24
and extension 111 uy be hud to Oct.
Mountain Lake, Md., and return
Aug 28 to SI, $7.85 good leturn
ing Sept. 15.
Milwaukee, Wis,, and return
Aug. 10, 11 nnd 12, $11.20, yood
returning until Aug. 22.
Koine City, liul., and return
Aug. 20 to Sept 8, $7.25 good tor
return Sept. 11.
Roanoke, Va , nnd return Aug.
12 and 13, $12.00, good returning
until Aug. 25.
Cliattitnoogn and return Sept.
10, 17 nnd 18, $11.85, good return
ing until Oct. 111.
Memphis, Term., and return
Oct. 15 to 18, $18.40 good return
ing until Nov. SO. See C. W.
Sehwenke for particulars.
Hock Island and return $10.55.
Tickets sold Oct. 7, 8 and 0, good
for return until Oct. 10.
Chattanooga and return $11.82,
tickets on sale Oat. 15, 10 and 17,
good returning until Oct. SO, hut
in 11 y bo extended until Nov. SO.
Now Oi leans and return $25.55,
tickets on sale Oi't, 12 to 15 good
for return until Oot. SO hut may
he extended until Nov. SO.
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to taKe and does not gripe or nauseate
Stomach and Liver Trouble
tho digestive organa
. .. w 11
Notion fit" Appointment.
I'.tfllflnf Htrstn D T.ntua.Rr.,(lfrfnpil.
IhcilndernlKned hni been appointed nnrl
imlllled a AiimlnUlrntor nf
Irntn (I, l.nmft, Hr., lute of Hocking (
Dated tliU3l,Uy of . I illy A
August 2, .1-w
Notice) of Appointment.
Kstnlncif Mr. Unllfornln A, lliilcli, (In
Tin' lliult-rnlKileil Imi liomi nppnlnlrtl nmt
citnillllml ns AilmlnlMriitiiriif tint l!ttnl nf
riillroriilii A llnloli, Inionf IIik-kIiik Cmiii
Milled this IH, iluy lit Alliillit
a, n, IIM1
JOIINtl, lT.ITIT, Aitmr.
NiiUom In lirrnhy xlen Hint tint following
Ai'i'iuiiitn mid Vimolii'ts liitvo lirun Mli'il In
I tin 1'rnlmln Court nl HnukltigOmiiily.oiiln,
fur flu I mid tlfifil M'tUmidit, John (J. IVtllt
Adluliililrnliir nf (hi t'. till oof Owen lliimll
ton.ilci'tmseil, Hint Mm nntiiu Kill emtio nil
for huailim on llin'.M, day of August A. 1).
DM) nt in o'olimk n, in., nr in 10011 tliereiiftor
us limy Ijiji'oiivenlPiil.
V. 1. MAIITIN,
August 2, 3-w I'rohntt) .1 lul;(i
f.nimiflirlatliui, whoid ilnc nf ri'slitdiiro
Is unknown, will tfitm notice thnt nil tin'
lull, (til vnr.Itlly, llilll, MnrlM'hrlMInii llli'd
hur petition In Ihn r'nurt of Common I'li'iii,
Hockliitf County. Ohio, l-iiii!i!iUHn numlnir
.'villi, for 11 dlwimi fiom tho mild I.niiii
Christian, on the k round nf utruino crtittlly
mid fullure to provide, mid that sulci causu
will tin for liciirlnn nu mid uftur Auijint
lolm C. l'ottlt, Attorney Mi I'lnlutlh.
Inly l"i, t.-iv
Notice to Teach ors.
Tlu Ilonrd of Hclinnl Kxtiuiliuirs nf Hook
ing County Mill muut ut tin; School llnlkllnn
In l.oL'iin, Ohio, ntUiKln. in., on tluiKii.il
Hnturiltiv (ifcmih month, for tlie miunlnn
1 1 on of iippllfiiutx forTuiichur'a CltMuonlnri
Orlllleules nnd on llm tied Mititrdny of
Si'plcunlicr, Dt'cniuhdr, .Mmuli mid .liunj fin
tin- oxiimlniitlon of mipllcunu for I'mclim''
IllKli Hclioul and Hpechil Cortlllcittes .x
iiiiiliiHtlnii'i for liupliideilrlui; tocnlrr high
xchnoW will ho hiild 011 tint Tlilut'i'iiluidiiy
or April mid tho Second Saturday of .Mu .
.1,1". SinroiiTUN, I'rtsldenl
1). H. llAUsll, Clerk.
C. N. WlllVK, Vice ricMdunl
I.ogim, Ohio, Kihriinry'.', 1MV tf
Notion iHhuri'hy Kit en tlint tho following
Accounts mid Vouchers Imiolienn tiled lu
the Probata Court or Hocking Count, Ohio,
for nmt and Until settlement, Uaihiirn 1'..
Aokm, AdiiilulstintrK of tho estate of
.luiiu's N. Ackor, deceased, nnd the smut
will ?onie on for henrlnt' on the IT, iln of
August, A. t). 1!h)i, nt III o'clock n. 111. 01 in
soon thurmftoi ut 11111 bo eonsenlent.
K. I. MAKTIN,
.lulyUl, K-w Piobnte ludgu
Houses and Lots for Sale.
Two good live room dwel
ling houseB, good barn and out
building, on fifteen acres of
ground, water and all convenien
ces. JiiHt outside of Logan, west.
Also two good dwelling house
in West Logan.
AIho twenty-seven town lots for
sale, good locations.
Close priceH for cash. Knsy
terms on time.
Cull on, or address,
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asm u OmMa m saw
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Safe, QuicU, Reliable Regulator
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glut or I17 mall. TcltlmonUli ml tionklet froo
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THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
can not cure OhronioUonstipation.Torpid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, etc.
For Biliousness and SlcR
Take Onrso Laxative Fruit Syrup, It
sweetens tho stomach, aids digestion and
acts as a gentle stimulant on tho liver and
bowels without irritating these organs.
Clears the Complexion.
Obino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates
tho liver and thoroughly cleanses the
system and clears tho complexion of
pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
ative for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or
sicken. Fefuse substitutes.
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Opp. Jtempel J louse
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
OKI IOK HOI Kb 9 TO "
i'ahl hi Ci,li Cipiln! $,10,000
C. K. BOAVKN, PieMilent,
II. It. IIAltlJINGTON, Vieo Pre3.
F. MEADE ItOWKN, Ciif-hior.
Dour 11 Genentl Hanking Busi
ness, lieccivus Deposits, Di&eouiitH
Pupcr tind Huys and Soils Ex
clmngo. apr 0-ly Hank in .Tunics lilock.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Fordiiisuid V. licmjiol
L0K.VN, II0CK1MJ 10HNT, OHIO,
Individual Liability $100,000,
Does n General Bunking and Col
Hanking Koonib 1', O. Building
DR. C. F. APL1N,
Physician and Surgeon,
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ut liiHliuuiliiiib In (llm iiM'hiit nnmun ,
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half hlook north of Itocdjostflr
Ofkick Houns 8 to 10 n. m. Hlid
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Until 'Pliutiuu No.7S,
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SCHQ0I. Of LAW.
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