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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, QKLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER .10, 1008.
somo to sorrte old servants, who sure
ly deserved It for llvlug with her, somo
to charities nhd the rest to her sis
ters, who hadn't put a foot Inside tho
hot.ee for 16 yearn, but naturally re
sented her not giving them every
thing. I reckon they tilled Mtlllcont
up with their notions" She pushed
the outspread cards together.
"You had several moves left," said
"Four. IJut then. I was finished
Bertie, you play bridge, 6f course, uud
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There was only one drawing-room or
stateroom of which he did not manago
to get a glimpse the closed room be
ing the property of a ve.y great finan
cial magnate, whoso private car was
waiting for him in Denver. Ills door
was fast, and tho click of the type
writer announced tho tireless Industry
of our rulers.
But If ho did not find tho college
boy or the man with the moles he did
get a surprise for his walk; namely,
tho sight of the family of Haley, and
Haley himself beside their trig, bat
tered luggage, in a section of the car
next his own. Mia. Haley turned a
guilty red, whllo Haloy essayed a
"What does this mean?" demanded
"Haley felt ho would have to go
with you, colonel," replied Mrs. Haley,
who had timid, wide, blue ejes and
tho voice of a bird, but n courage un
der her panic, as birds have, .too,
when their nests arc In peril. "Wo'vo
rlhtcd tho house to u good man with
grown-up children, and Haley can got
a Job If you won't want him."
"Yls, sor," mumbled Haley. Ho was
standing at attention, aa was his wife,
tho toddling Nora being hold In the
posture of respect on tho plush seat.
"And 1 suppose you took tho furnl
tuto money to buy tickets?"
"And you're bound to go with me?"
"Yls, sor," said Haley.
"You ought to be ashamed of your
self, sergeant," said the colonel; but
he was glad at tho heart of him for
this mutinous loyalty.
"Ves, sor,' Bald Haley.
"Well, since you are hero, I engage
you from to-day, you understand."
"Yls, r." said Haley. Mrs. Hatey
whimpered a blessing; but the only
change In the soldier was that his mili
tary stolidity became natural and real
Instead of forced.
"Sit down on this seat over here with
me and I'll tell you what I want
You fraud, lotting mo say good-by to
"I didn't want to take the liberty,
sor, but you made mo rhake hands. I
was afraid you'd catch on, sor. 'Tts
a weight ofT mu molnd, sor."
"I daro say. You always have your
way with me, you old mule. Now lis
ten; t want you to be on tiie watch
for two men" thereupon tho colonel
descrlbod his men, laying special
stross on tho moles on tho faces of one,
and the othor's dimple.
Having set Haley his tasks, ho went
back to his car In better spirits.
By this time tho train was moving.
Ho had seen his kinswoman and her
party enter; and ho found tho object
of Mrs. Melvlllo'B darksome warnings
sitting with a slendor lad In tho main
body of the cnr. Aunt Rebecca was In
the drawing-room, her maid with her.
Mrs, Melville, who had already re
vealed her presence, sat across tho
aisle. She presented tho colonol at
Miss Smith did not look formidable;
sho looked "nice" thought tho colonel.
She was 'of medium height; sho was
obviously plump, although well pro
portioned; her presence had an effect
of radiant cleanliness, her eyes wero
so luminous und her teeth so lino and
her white shirt waist bo immaculato.
There was about her a certain soft 11
lumlnatiou of cheerfulness, and at tho
samo time a restful repose; sho moved
In a leisurely fashion and she sat per
fectly still. "I never saw any ono who
looked less of an adventuress," Win
ter was thinking, as ho bowed. Then
Bwlftly his glanco went to the lad, a
palo young ft How with hazel ojos and
a long, ellro hand which folt cold.
The boy made a little inarticulate
sound In his throat and blushed whoa
Col. Winter addressed him. Hut hd,
looked the brighter for the blush. It
was not a plain faco; rather an In
teresting ono In spite of Its llstlessneBS
and lta sickly pallor; its oval was
purely cut, the dollcato mouth was
cloied firmly enough, und tho haifcl
eyes with their long lashes would be
beautiful wero they nut so velft.il.
"Ha has the Winter mouth, at least,"
noted the colonel. He felt u throb at
tils heart. Had his own boy lived, tho
baby that died when It was born, he
would be only a your uldei than Archie.
At least, tfils boy was of his own blood
Without father or mother, but not
alone In the world; and. If any danger
menaced, not without defenders. Tho
depression which had enveloped him
lifted as mist before Uie sun, Turned
away by tho more thought of possible
difficulties. "Wa will see If any one
swindles you out o! "our share," said
Rupert. Witter, compressing the Win
ter mouth finore firmly. vpr f those-i'
zentl.manly kidnapers mean you.
His ebbing suspicion of tho boy's
companion revived; be would bo on his
guard, all right.
"Aunt llebecca wants to see you,"
Mm Melville suggested. "She is In
tho drawing-room with her solitaire."
"Still playing Penelope's Web?"
"Oh, she always comes baok to It
Dut sho plays bridge, too; Itupert, I
hear ypur game Is a wonder, Archie's
been learning, so he could play with
"Good for Archie!" he shot a
glanpe and a smile ut the lad's redden
ing face- we'll have a game.
"Lord. I wish ho didn't look hullo rq
ladylike." he was grumbling within,
as he dutifully made, his way to his
The electric lights flooded tho
nimsy railway tablo on which Wero
Bpread rows of small-filzed cards. An
elderly lady of quality was musing
over tho pasteboard rows. A lady of
quality that was distinctly the phrase
to catch one's fancy at Iho flist
glimpse of Mrs Winter. Not ail aged
lady, either, for oven at SO, that ele
gantly molded, slim flguro, that abun
dance of silvery hair parted In the
middle nnd growing thickly on each
side In naturo's own fashion, which art
can not counterfeit, us well as softly
puffed anil massed above that ex
quisitely colored and textured skin,
strangely smooth for her jears, with
tiny w i Inkles of humor, to ho sure,
about the ejes, but with cheeks and
skin unman ed; that line, firmly carved
profile, thoso black eyebrows and
lashes and still brilliant dark eyes;
most of all that eiect, alert, dainty
carriage, gave no Impression of age;
but they all, and their accessaries of
toilet and manner, and a little prim
touch of an oldor, more reticent day
in both droits and bearing, recrJlcd the
last century phrase
A Boft giay bunch of chinchilla fur
lay wtiere she had slipped It on lior
soft gray skills; ono hand reBted In
tho fur her loft hand and on the
third linger were tho only rlnga which
she wore," a band of gold, worn by 60
years, and n wonderful ruby, wherein
(at least such was Rupert's phantasy)
a writhing Ilame was held captive by
Its guard of dlamoud Icicles. Tho
same rings admired by her nophew
over since he was a cadetJust tho
same smiling. Inscrutable, high-bred,
unchanging old dame!
"Good evening, Aunt Rebecca; not
a day older!" said the colonel.
"Good evening, liertle," returned the
lady, extending a hand over tho cards;
"excus? my not ilsfng to greet jou;
I might Joujtlfl Hw nrds Of course
I'm not a day older; I don't daro to
grow older at my ago! Sit down. J'm
extremely glud to ace you; l'vo a Ifeap
to talk to you about. Do you mind If
I run this game through first?"
. Tho colonel didn't mind. He raised
the proffered hand to his lips; such
homage seemed quite the most natural
act In tho world with Mrs. Winter.
And he unobtrusively edged his own
lean and wiry porson Into the vacant
seat opposite her.
"How far are you going?" said sho,
after a few moves of tho canls.
"My ticket says Los Angeles; but
It had to say Bomothlng, bo I chopo
Los Angoles for luck; I'm an Irre
sponsible tramp now, you know nnd I
may drop off almost anywhere. You
aro for southorn California, aron't
"Eventually: but wo shall stop at
San IVancIsco for two or throe
"Do you mind If I stop off with you?
I want to got acquainted with my
ward," said tho colonol.
"Tliat'a a good Idea. Ilortlo."
"Ho seems rathor out of sorts; you
nron't worried about woll, lubcicu
losls or that BOrt of thing?"
"I am worried about just that sort
of thing; although the doctor says
nothing organic at all is tho matter
with him; but ho Is too melancholy
for a boy; ho needs rousing; losing
his father and mother In ono year, you
know, and ho was devoted to thorn. I
can't quite mako him out. Ilortlo; he
hatn't tho Winter tomporamnnt. I
supposo Jio has a legal right to his
mother's nature; hut It la very annoy
ing. It makes him so much harder
to understand not that she wasn't a
good woman who made Tom happy;
but she wasn't a Wlntor Howovor.
Janet has brightened him up consider
ablyyou've seen Janot Miss Smith?
What do you think of her?"
Wlntor said honestly that she was
very nice-looking and that she looked
right capable; he fell into Cm Idiom
or his youth sometimes when with a
"She Is," said Aunt Rebecca.
"Whero did you find her?" asked
the colonel carelessly. Inspecting tho
Aunt Rebecca Bmlled. "I thought
Mllllcent would havo given you all
tho particulars. Sho way nurse, secre
tary, companion and diet cook to
Cousin Angula Nelson; when sho died
J got her. ''Luoky for me." ,
"Sq-.I Bhould Judge," commented the
: "1 presume MlllicAjt has told you
that sho Is an adventuress and after
my money and a .heap more, stuff. If
sue liksn't ho will. Qet a notion
once iu Mllllcent's head and a surgical
operation Is necessary to dislodge It!
Janet Is the only mortal person who
could llvo with poor Cousin Angela,
who had enough real diseases to kill
hor and enough Imaginary ones to
kill anybody who lived with hBr!
Janet made her comfortable, would
nqt 'Btand everything on earth from
her though sho did stand a heap-t-and
really cared for hor. When sho
died Cousin Angela left her some
money; not very much, but a few thou
sands. Sho would havo left her more.
but Janet wouldn't let her She left
lPt $ ' k$sQ'
8he Answered After a Pause: "There
Was Gen. Philemon Mercer, Con
I used to hear of "our whist triumphs;
how did you happen to take to whist?"
"To fill up the 'mo, I reckon. I be
gan It years ago. v'ow a soldlor's life
Is a great deal mm' varied, becauso u
man will be shifted a' -md nnd get a
show of tho different kinds of service.
And there arc tho oxams., and tho
Philippines oh, plenty ot diversions.
But In tho old days a man In the lino
was billed for an awfully stupid tlmo
1 didn't caro to tako to drink, and I
couldn't rend as you do If I'd had
books, which I hadn't, so I took to
playing cards. 1 played skat and
poker and whist, and of late yearB l'vo
played bridge. Mllllcent plays?"
"Mllllcent is a celebrated player
Sho was u groat dupllcato-whist play
or, you know To see Mllllcent In her
glory, one should play duplicate with
her. I'm only a chump player; my
sole object Is to win tricks."
"What else should it be?"
Aunt Rebe-r-ca smiled upon him "To
give Information to your partner. Tho
main object of the celebrated Amorl-can-leads
system Is signaling Informa
tion to your partner. Incidentally, one
tells the adversaries, as well as one'u
partner, which, however, doesn't
codnt really as much a3 you might
think; for most people don't notlco
what their partners play very much,
and don't notice whatf their ndvor
aailes play at all. Mllllcent is al
ways eo busy Indicating things to hor
partner and watching for his signals
and his indications that you can run a
cross ruff In on hor without hor sus
pecting. Sho asked mo onco If she
didn't play an Intelligent tfame, and I
told hor aim did; n babe In arms
could understand It. Sho dldn'tjeem
"How about Archie? Can ho play a
"Very fair for a boy of 14; ho was
fond of whist until his trouble'',
camo," said Mr. Winter, with n faint
clouding of hor keou gazo. "Slnco
then ho- hasn't taken much Interest In
anything. Janot has brightened him
up morn thnn anyone; and whon he
heard you were coming that did rouse
him. You arn one of his heroes. He's
that sort of a hoy," Hho added, with a
tinge ot Impatience In her soft Houtlf
orn volco. As if to divert hor thoughts,
she began deftly moving tho cnrdB
before her. Hor hand tihowed tho
hluo veins more prominently than thoy
show In young hands. This wns tholr
only surrender to time; thoy vore
uhapely and wh(to, and tho slim fin
goirf wero as straight as when tho
beaux of Fairfax county would havo
rlddon all day for a chanco to klra
Tho colonel watahod tho groat ruby
wink and glow. Tho ruby was n part
of his momoilos ot his aunt, hho had
always worn It. Ho remomborud It,
whon bIiu used to como and visit him
at tho hotel at Wost Point, dazzling
Impartially officers, professors, cadets
and hotel waiters. Was that almost
40 years ago? Well, 31 anyhow! Hho
had been very good, very generous to
all the young Winters, then. Indeed,
although she never qulto forgave him
for not marrying the wife of her se
lecting, sho had always beon kind and
generous to Rupert, yet, somehow,
while he had admired and found a
humorous Joy In hla Xunt Rebecca, he
wondered It ho Had ever loved her
She was both beautiful and brilliant
when she was. young.' a southern belle,
a northern Boclety leader; her life was
full of conquests; her footsteps,
which had wandorcd over tho world,
Imd left a phosphorescent wake of ad
miration. Sho had always been a per
sonage. She was a power InjWaahlng-
ion auer me war; mey nan rouna ner
nnlquoly dollghtful In royal courts
long before, 'Americans wero the
fashhjnj tahjilhad blip (f Importance
in Now Yurk.'and they had loved hor
epigrams In Boston, now. In her old
age, she held a veritable little court of
her pwn In tho provincial western city
vfhlch had been her husband's himo.
He went to congress from Falrport;
Jie had made a fortune there, and
When he died, many years ago. In
Egypt. bcv to his western home, with
(To bo continued.)
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ximiK-o of an order of aalo IsHiied out
of the District court of Uigau county,
Oklahi ma, on the 28th. day of May,
I'.tOS, lu an action wherein Peter Krey
was plaintiff and Paul A. Calvert and
ICnlulla V. Calvert and Rom II. KeaHter,
Tiustce. were defendants, directed to
me, thf undersigned Sheriff of Ian
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J an.l nvli the following dwcrlbed proji
iTty: 1 Ti- ICast halt (1-8) of Section
Twi'lvo (12) and the Northeast quarter
ill) f Sedlon Thirteen (1), all In
Townnhip NiuWHPii (IS) North, of
Rang.- Kmir (h UVst of Indian Merid
ian KinialiiliiK iii acres mur or less,
with All or the improvements the, eon
.Kid ,'if upiiuileiiHlieea llieremito be
loiiKUirt., lying and situate In the Coun
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'lo-uro In favor of aald plalntllf and
agaui-'l nab! defendants obtained and
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Ft. Smith a Wattorn.
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Hull and hIuk, one cunt luia.
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Horses hides BvtyPI-W
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Alfalfa hay, por ton...,,. ,,...510.00
Pralrlo hay, per ton g6.(K)8.0O
Alfalfa' hay, per ton, bald 112.00
I'taino nay, per tou, baled. 7.00r5o
Pnin, por 100 lbs j.sa
Vellow corn, per bushel., 80c
Cats, per bushel.. (....A Wa
Model Roller Mills.
Mixed bran, per 100 lbs i 35
Whlto aborts, per 100 lbs 11 in
White onrn. per buHhel 55c
Kaffir corn, per bushel 500
Outs, per bushel 900
Com chop, per 100 lbs 11,25
Kodol Irop mdixttftioa.
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