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Remembering Each Other
He sat on the sand at Atlantic City
WLg In a bathing suit. About 10 feet away
"W she was drawing pictures in the sand
Iwith a small brown forefinger. He
noticed her complexion, her curves
and i lie glint of gold In her hair. He
wanted to speak and yet finally he
summoned courage and walked over
"Didn't I talk with you for about
five minutes two summers ago?" he
The maid lifted her blue eyes.
"Two years ago?" she said dreamily.
"Two years ago let me see did I
wear blue silk stockings?" Philadel
Overworking the Hog.
A commercial traveler, driving from
town to town through the pine woods
of Florida, saw a drove of emacimed
razorbaek hogs rushing wildly from
tree to tree. He halted at the pal
ings of a "cracker's" home, and
asked a woman In a sunbonnet what
was the matter with the swine.
"Well, you see," the woman ex
plained, "my old man is deaf and
dumb, and when he wanted to call
the hogs to their swill he learned
them to come when he tapped on one
of the trees. It worked all tight when
they first got learned, but now them
woodpeckers is making the poor
things run their legs off."
"Far be It frum me to boast brag
flngly ob malt fambly tree," said tho
colored man who was whitewashing
our chicken coop, "but one ob man
rslertlves was "
"General Washington's personnl
body servant, sah," we interrupted,
meanly, but gleefully.
"He was no slch thing, sah," warm
ly retorted the colored man; "he was
one of Misteh Jack Johnslng's most
steemed sparrin' pardnehs befo' do
;pafjB Mrs. Nupop. "Dear, the baby is get
ting to look more and more like you
Mr. Nupop (absently). "Well, pun
ish him yourself. I can't be bothered
with tales of his constant misdeeds
when I come home tired and nerv
am." Cleveland Leader.
Got Stung, All Right.
Bill. "This paper says that bees
were unknown to the Indians."
Jim "Yes, I believe it was the
traders who used to sting them." Hu
dBNjli II T A fWPl M T Tl w
at llLDAJ4t 2 3 2 B
z. Meredith mcn&MjL:
UUdTRATIOIW 3Y RAY WUff-S-lR
COPrfiKNT I9C3 er Tnf B8&SiirfMLL coMMir y s3sw; -3
Thomas Arrlmore. bored millionaire,
and llenrv Mnlne Grlswold. professor
In the t'nlverstty of Virginia, take
iiilns out of tVtlantSP Grlswold to his
college, Ardmore In pursuit of a girl
who imd winked at him. Mistaken for
QOV Osborne of South Cnrolina, Grls
wold's life Is threatened. He goes to
Columbia to wiirn the governor and
meets Barbara Osborne. Ardmore
barns that his winking Inly Is the
daughter of Gov. Dantr rfl Id of North
Carolina. He follows her to Raleigh
nnd on the way Is given a brown Jug
at Klldare. In Raleigh he discovers
that tin- Jug hears n message threaten
ing Dangerfleld unless Applewelght u
criminal. Is allowed to go free. Ard
more becomes allltd with Jerry Dun
geilb Id In running the affairs of tin
state In the absence of the governor,
A f-cutlilng telegrnm Is sent to Gov
Osborne. Grlswold becomes adviser to
Barbara Osborne, who Is attending to
her fathir's duties In Bouth Carolina.
Orders are sent to the sheriff to cap
ture Applewelght. Valuable papers are
missing from Gov. Osborne's office.
C.riswoli! places the theft at the door
of tho attorney general.
CHAPTER VIII. Continued.
He had opened an atlas and was
poring ovr It with a magnifying
"It's positively funny," he mur
mured, laughing a little to himself,
"but I know something about this
country over here. Here's Ardsley, In
the far corner of Dllwell county, and
"Yes; I understand maps. Dllwell
is green, and there's the state line
and that ugly watery sort of yellow
Is Mingo county, South Carolina, and
Turner Court House Is the county
seat of it. Those little black marks
are hills on the border, and It's right
there that these Applewelght people
live, and dance on the state line as
though It were a skipping-rope."
"That's exactly it. Now what we
want to do Is to arrest Appleweight
and put him In JaJl in South Carolina,
which relieves tare governor of North
Carolina, your honored father, of all
Sho snatched the paper-cutter and
took possession of the map for a mo
ment, then pointed, with a happy lit
"Why, that will be only too easy.
You see there's Azbell county, where
the mllltla is encamped, Just three
counties away from Dllwell, and if we
needed the soldiers it wouldn't hurt
the troops to march that far, would
"Hurt them, nothing!" exclaimed
Ardmore. "It will be good for them.
You have to give orders to the adju
tant general, and, being engaged to
him, he would be afraid not to obey
your orders, even If you told him to
go In balloons."
"Well, of course, I'd send him an
official order; and If he was disobedi
ent I could break our engagement."
It would have Interested Ardmore
to know the total of Miss Danger
field's engagements, but the time did
not seem propitious for such inquir
ies; and, moreover, his awe of her
as a young person of great determina
tion and force of character increased.
"Well, there's tTie map. and there's
that Insulting telegram; what arc you
going to do about It?" asked Jerry.
She seemed to be honestly inviting
suggestions, and tho very thought of
tills affect' d him like wine. He de
liberated for several minutes, while
she watched him. A delicious country
quiet lay upon the old statehouse; In
the tranquil park outside the birds
whistled their high disdain of law and
"A governor," he began, "Is always
a dignified person who doesn't bother
his head about little things like this
unless everybody else has gone to
sleep. Now, who's the chief of police
In a county like Dllwell what do you
"Do you mean the sheriff, Mr. Ard
more?" "Certainly. Now, give me those
telegraph blanks, and I'll drop him a
few lines to let him know that the
government at Raleigh still lives."
It Is in 'the telegram alone that wo
Americans approach style. Our great
commanders did much to form It; our
business strategists took the key from
them. Telegrams were, however, with
Mr. Thomas Ardmore, something
more than a form of communication
or a mere literary exercise. Letter
writing seemed to him the most
formidable of human undertakings,
but with a pad of telegraph blanks
under his hand his spirit soared free.
All untrammeled by the horror of the
day tariff, whose steep slopes have
wrought so much confusion and error
among the economical, he gave to the
wires and the wireless what he never
WOtlld have confided to a stamp. He
i rojbj and submitted to Miss Jerry
I jngerflcld the following:
To the Sheriff of Dllwell County.
Klldure, N. 0,1
What Is this 1 hear about your Inabil
ity to catch' Arpl'lcwelght and tho reat of
his bunch? Your Inattention to your du
ties Is a matter of common acandal, and
if you don't Ret unxlous pretty soon I
ihull remove you from your Job and then J
some. I shall be down aoon to see wheth
er you are pitching quoits at the black
smith shop or fishing for lobsters In Rac
eoon creek, Instead of attending to your
knitting. Your conduct has annoyed me
until 1 am something more than vexed by
your behavior. The eyes of the grajajt
North Htate are upon you. Wire m at
length Just what you propose dolne or
not doing in this matter.
Governor of North Carolina
"What do you think of that?" he
asked, his pride falling as she
scanned the paper carefully.
"Isn't it pretty expensive?" Jerry
Inquired, counting the words to ten
antl then roughly computing the rest.
"I'll take care of that, Miss Dnnger-
field. What I want to know Is wheth
er you think that will make the sher
iff sit up."
"Well, here's what futher sent him
only about a week ago. I found It In
his private letter book, and it's marked
confidential In red ink."
Act cautiously In Applewelght case. In
dictment by grand Jury la undoubtedly
faulty and Koster threatens trouble In
case parties are arrested.
"And there's more like that! Papa
never intended to do anything, that's
as plain as daylight. Mr. Foster, the
treasurer, comes from that county.
He thought papa was going to have to
and If he shows no signs of life I II
go down there this afternoon."
"Then you will undoubtedly be
shot!" Jerry declared, as though an
nouncing a prospect not wholly de
plorable. "That has Its disagreeable side,
but a great many people have to be
shot every year to keep up the aver
age, and if the statistics need me I
won't duck I'll call up my man on
the telephone this forenoon and tell
him to put my forester at Ardsley to
work. He's a big fellow who served
In the German nrmy, and If he's afraid
of anything I haven't heard of It. If
wo can drive the gang into South
Carolina, right along here, you see"
and Miss Dangerfleld bent her pretty
head over the map and saw "If we
can pass the chief outlaw on to Gov.
Osborne, then so much the better, and
that's what we will try to do."
"Hut you're only the private secre
tary, and yon can't assume too much
authority. I shall have to go to Kll
dare to visit my aunt, who is a nice
old lady that lives there. The fried
corn mush and syrup at her house Is
the best I ever tasted, antl If pupa
should come when he sees that some
thing is being done quite different1
from what he Intended, then I should
be there to explain. If you should bo
killed, Mr. Ardmore. no one would be
there to Identify you, and I have al
wnys thought It the saddest thing In
the world for any one to die away
from home "
"It would be sad; but I hope you
would be sorry."
"I should regret your denth. and I'd
make them give you a perfectly beau
tiful military funeral, with Chopin's
funeral march, and your boots tletl
to the saddle of your horse."
"Hut I don't let them fuss about pull
ing off the boots, Miss Dangerfleld, if
I die with them on. It would be all
right for you to visit your aunt, but I
shouldn't do it If I were you. I once
visited my aunt, Mrs. Covington
j Hums, at Newport for a week. It was
a deep game to get me to marry my
I aunt's husband's niece, whose father
i had lost his money, and the girl was
beginning to bore my aunt."
He Deliberated for Several Minutes.
do something, so he's holding back
the payment of the state bonds Just to
frighten papa. You see, the statu
owes the Hronx Loan and Trust Com
pany that $250,000, and If it Isn't
paid June first the state will be ever
"Oh. yes; I'd forgotten about that."
"I don't see how you could forget
about it. That must he almost as
much money as there Is In the world.
"We've got to raise It, anyhow, even
If we go to the pawn-shop. I pawned
my watch once when I was In col
lege nnd Hillings he was my guard
ian had Bhut me off. Grlssy he's
my friend Grissy says pawnbroklng
is only a more vulgar form of bank
ing." "I think your telegram to the sher
iff is all right," said Jerry, reading It
again. "If you'll go to the door and
whistle lor the messenger we'll get It
Ardmore addressed himself once
more to the map. It was clear that
the Applewelght gang was powerful
enough to topple great states upon
their foundations. It had, to Ard
more's own knowledge, driven a gov
ernor into exile, and through the
wretched Foster, who was their friend,
the credit of the state was gravely
"I'll wait for the sheriff's answer,
"Was she a pretty girl?" asked
"She was a whole basket of peaches,
and 1 might have married her to get
away Iron my uunt if It were not
that 1 have made it a lifelong rule
never to marry the orphaned nieces
of the husbands of my aunts. It's
been a good rule to me, and has saved
me no end of trouble. Hut if my sis
ter doesn't change her mind, and if
she really comes through Ualeigh to
day in her car with those friends of
bars, she will be delighted to huve
you Join lier for a visit at Ardsley.
And then you would be near at hand
In case some special edict from the
governor seemed necessary."
"Hut wouldn't your sister think it
"Not in thj least. Miss Dangerfleld.
Nothing is strange to my sister. And
besides, you are the daughter of the
governor of a great state. She re
fuses to meet senators, because you
can never be sure they are respect
able, but she rather prides herself on
knowing governors. Governors are
very different. Since I read the con
stitution I can see very plainly that
governors are much nearer the peo
ple, but I guess the senators are near
er the banks."
"Well, 1 have some shopping to do,
and It's ten o'clock. It would be hos
pitable to ask you to luncheon, but
mamma cries so much because she H
doesn't know where papa Is that our H
meals at the executive mansion are H
not exactly cheerful functions. And be- H
sides" and she eyed Ardmore severe- H
ly as she rose and accepted her para- H
sol from him "and besides, you know H
our relations are purely official. You
have never been introduced to me, H
and socially you are not known to us."
The Land of the Little Brown Jug.
Caboose 0186, with three box cars H
and a locomotive attnehed, lay In the
southeastern yards at Halelgh late In J
the evening of the same day. In the J
observatory sat Mr. Thomas Ardmore, J
chatting with the conductor, while
they waited for the right of way. Mr.
Ardmore's pockets were filled with
papers, and he held half a dozen tele- H
grams In his hand. The freight cars H
behind him were locked nnd sealed,
and a number of men lounging near HJ
appeared to be watching them. H
The reply of the sheriff of Dllwell H
COtlBty had precipitated the crisis. H
That official succinctly replied to H
, Ardmore's message: H
He good and ncqulre (race. H
While tniB dictum had aroused Miss H
Dangerfleld's wrath nnd indignation, H
it calmed her fellow conspirator, and H
for hours Ardmore had poured forth H
by telegraph and telephone. No such H
messages ns his had ever before re- H
dlated from Raleigh. The tolls would H
have bankrupted the commonwealth H
If Ardmore had not cared for them H
out of his private purse. His forester,
with an aimed posse from Ardsley, H
was already following the streams H
and beating the brush in search of
Applewelght. One car of Ardmore's H
special train contained a machine gun
nnd a supply of rifles; another abun-
dant ammunition and commissary sup- H
plies, and the third cots nnd bags. H
'i In men who loafed about the train
were a detail of strike breakers from H
a detective agency, borrowed for the l
occasion. Cooke, the conductor of the H
train, bad formerly been In the gov-
eminent secret service, and knew the
Carolina Ii 111 country as he knew the
palm of his hand. Ardmore had
warned his manager and the house-
keeper on his estate to prepare for
the arrival of Mrs. Atchison, whose aaBi
private car had come and gone, car- Hl
rylng Miss Gcraldtne Dangerfleld on
to Ardsley. Ardmore had Just re
celved a message from his sister at H
some way station, reporting all well H
and containing these sentences: "She H
Is rather different, and I do not quite
make her out. She has our noble
brother-ln law a good deal bow 11- IjH
Cooke ran forward for a colloquy U
with the engineer' over their orders;
the guards climbed Into one of the H
box ears, and the train moved slowly H
out of the Raleigh yards to the main H
line and rattled away toward Klldare, H
with Mr. Ardmore, pipe In mouth, H
perched in the caboose cupola. 9
Not Capt. Kldd nor another of the I
dark brotherhood sailed forth with H
keener zest for battle than Mr. Ard- H
more. Indeed, the trailing smoke of H
the locomotive suggested a black flag, J
and the thought of it tickled his
fancy. Above bent the bluest sky In
the world; fields of corn and cotton, H
the brilliant crimson of German clo- H
ver, and long stretches of mixed for- H
est held him with enchantment. And
when night came, after the long
mystical twilight, the train passed U
now and then great cotton fnctorles J
that blazed out from their thousand H
windows like huge steamships. M
(TO UK OONTINUWD.) H
No Exercise. M
We have the Impression that we get M
nervous troubles from to-day's rush M
of life. Hut imprcbsions nnd serious M
thought often yield widely different re- M
suits. We do rush about u lot, but M
man never went so little on bis feet M
I as here and now. Cars, elevators, an- M
tomoblles carry where man Usteth I
without scarcely the crook of a knee. M
Actually, there are men In this city HH
who travel toward hundreds of miles H
a day and scarcely get enough exer- IJH
else for the final cellular digestion of )H
the rich, greasy, Juicy, vinous viands jH
they devour. And never since crea- H
tion's dawn, except in aldermanic Lon- M
don, has the glutton's platter been bo H
stuck under business men's noses all S
the time from the first thing In the fH
morning to the lust thing at night. H
Once In a while the Frenchman, the D
Dutchman and the Englishman stuff Ifl
with these Intensely rich, Juicy gorges. JM
nut like Haffey's whisky they are here lM
for ns all all tho time. New York M
Nothing Slow About It. lH
"Well, I see ih. H Perkins' Corners jH
is fallin' right Into line on the sub- M
Ject of get tin' th' very best men fer H
ih' public offices." IH
"Perkins' Coiners, eh? How air they
"Fust rate, I'm told. They've got a B
new village constable that hails all H
th' way from Hoopervllle, and their fl
new till rinan on th 'ol hand engine wK
was brought from niueberry Junction. H
Why, only tother day they sent a fel- M
ler over here to see Cy Lusher."
"What did he say to Cy?" H
"He said that Perkins' Corners
wanted the very best town drunkard
it could get, and Cy went away with H