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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLA., TIirRflDAY, DECEMBKP 31 , KX)o
T)rmriT?K.i n v..
" rut.r1' -.
nratgBsoajiivi m jaa
(logged dti?rtnlnatlon and lavish ex
penditures of both money and wit, his
widow had brought him to rest. The
most Intense nnd soloma experience
of n woman she had missed, for no
children had come to them, but liar
huoband had been her lover so long
&b he lived, nnd she had loved hm.
she had known great men; sho had
lived through wonderful events; and
often hor hand had been on thoso
secret lovers which move vast forces.
She had been In tragedies. If nn lu
vlolable coolncbs of head, pet Imps of
heart, had slloldcd her from being of
them. The husband of her youth, tho
nearest of her blood, tho friends of
hdr mlddlo life all hnd gone Into tho
dyk; yet hero she sat, with her
smooth skin and her Mill lustrous
eyes and hor fragrant hands, keenly
Hiiilllng over her solitaire. Tho col
ortel wondored If ho could over recon
cile hlms-elf with su"b philosophy to
his own narrowed and emptied Hfo;
shTe, was older thnn ho, yet she could
still find a ?cst In oxlstonco. All 'he
great passions gono; all tho big Inter
ests; and still her. clever mind was
working, happy, possibly, in Its mere
exercUo, disdaining tho stako, sho
who had had every success. What ft
vitality! Ho looked at her. puzzling,
Hej- complexity bewlldorod him, he
not being of a complex nature himself
As he looked, suddenly he found him
self questioning why her faco. In Its
revival of youthful smoothness and
tint, recalled some othor face, recently
studied by him a faco that had worn
an absolutely different expression;
having the same delicate aquiline nose,
the same ovul contour, the sumo wide
brows who7 who? queried the colonel.
Then he nodded. Of course; it was
the man with the moles, the brother.
He looked enough like Mrs. Winter to
be, her klnsnuu. At once he put hlB
guess to tho test. "Aunt Becky," said
he, U'have you any klu I don't know
"I reckon not. I'm an awfully kin
less old party," Bald she serenely. "I
was a Winter, born us well as mar
rtd, and so you and Mel nnd Archie
art double kin to me. I was an only
child,'' so I .haven't anything closer
than third or fourth cousins, dowaJn
Virginia and Bqston."
"Have you, by chance, nny cousin,
near or far, named Mercer?"
Resting' her finger-tips on tho cards,
Auijt Rebecca seemed to lot hor mind
search amid Virginian and Massachu
Bettn genealogical tables. "Why, cer
tainly'," Sho answered after n pause,
"there was Qen. Philemon Mercor
confederate. army, you know and hi
son, Sam Jolson; Phil was my own
cousin and Sam kelson my socond,
and Sam Nelson's bons would be my
third, wouldn't they? Phil and Sam
are. both dead, and Winnie Le, Ua
dshter, Is dead, and poor Phil the
grandson, you know poor boy, ho
shot himself while at Harvard; but
his brother Cary is allvo."
"o you know him?"
'Nevor saw him but once or twice.
He has very good manners." .
"Is ho rich?"
'He was, but after ho had spont his
youlh working with Incredlblle Indus
try, and a great deal of ability to build
up $ steel business and hnd put It Into
a Ijjtlo combination not a big trust
Just a gonulno corporation somo of
the financial princes wanted It for a
club to knock down bigger game, I
reckon and proceeded to cheapen the
(Block In order to control It. Cary held
on desperately, bought moie than he
could hold, mortgaged everything
else; but they were too big for him to
flKfct. It was in 1003. you know, when
they had on allogod financial panic.
en4 scared the banks. Cary went to
tna wan, ana mil wun mm. aim ium
Phil tilled hlmsolf. Afterward Cnry's
wife died; he surely did have a moan
tins?. And, to tell you tho truui, Ber
tie, I think there has beon a little
Irtnft In Ca.ry'8 mind ever since." '
"Pid you hold any of Cary'a stool:?"
Ha was piecing his puzzle together.
"Yes; but my stock was all paid for,
and I fceld on to It; now it Is over par
and paying dividends. Oh, tho prop
erty was all right, had It been kept In
hongi.t hands aud run for Itself. Tho
trouble with Cary was that In order
to keep control of tho property ho
Ibousht b lot of shares on margins, and
hdn they began to run downhill, he
was obliged to borrow money on hU
actual holdings to protect his fictitious
ones. The stock went so low that he
was wiped out. He wouldn't take my
sdvloo earlier In the game; and I knew
that It would only be lalng money to
lend It to him. later still, sometimes
I have been rather sorr, I didn't
Would I better try the spade, Bertie,
tESStI. the spade. He -y. or bleakly fresh from the
vQn'defed whether he should repeat to plow, all painted with a palette hold
&ls. aunt the few sentences which he ( Ing only drabs and browns; harto and
had .oyqrhesriS frPm Mercor. and Ids ihero a dab of rod In a barn or of
companion; but a belief that old ago j white in windmill or house; but thpe.
worries easily, added to uis naiurai
man'a disinclination to attack the fem
inine nerves, tipped the scalos against
franknfss. 8o. Instead, he began to
,.tl. .l.n.. . irnhla. .trhl V.MKI ill 1(1(?
mit nuuuL nibuiDi -" m.. .w .-, .
was ho fond of athletlci7 or was he
. t,nnbih i.if Aunt rtnhonoa rammed
that he liked riding and golf: but he
not verv ruesed. and since hlH
Zather'a death ho had seemed listless
CjyZ7HTmZ? TrKTjXlrFiT 8
. .S .. Aimtnn -i o
"V. -''' TWT MA XT n& gjnrm i
v. ..- iiiu j mtijp-ijciivufi'i'to
to a degree. tint ho Is better now,"
sho added, with a trace of eagerness
quite foreign to her ,'sunl manner.
"Jnnet Smith has roused him up: nnd
what do you suppose sho has done?
Hut mally, you aro the cause."
"I?" queried the colonel.
"Just you. Archie, Janet argued, Is
tho kind of nature that must have
some one to bo devoted to."
"And has ho taken n fnncy to her?
Or to you?"
Aunt Rebocca's eyes dulled a llttlo
and herdolleato lips were twisted by
a smllo which had more wIstfultifBS
than humor In It. "I'm not a lovable
person; anyhow, he does not lov eas
ily. We nro on terms of tho Highest
roBpcet, oven admiration, btlt wo
haven't got so far as friendship, far
loss comradeship. Janet Is different.
Hut I don't mean Jnnot; -she has grown
absurdly fond pf him; nnd 1 think
he's fond of her; but what she did was
to make hint fond of you. You, Obn.
Ihipert Winter; why, that hor could
pass an examination on your exploits
ahd not miss a question. Janet nnd lie
have a scnp-book with ov&ry pf luted
word about you, 1 do bollovo. And
sho has beon amazingly shrewd. We
didn't know how to get tho youngster
back to his snorts while ho was out
of school; nnd, In fact, an old woman
like me Is rather bewlldorod by fltieh
a young creature, anyhow; but Janet
rode with him; you are a ramarknblo
rhlor; I helped there, because I re
membered somo anecdotes about you
at Wost Point"
"Hut, my dear aunt "
"Don't Interrupt mo, Hortlo, It's a
distinctly American habit. And wo
read In the papers that you hnd
Ioarned that Japswieae trick lighting
JIu-Jltsu and wore a wonder"
"I'm not, I assure you; that beast of
a newspaper man"
"Never mlud. If you are not n. won
der, you'll have to bu; you can tako
lessons In Los Angeles; there aro
quantities of Jups there. Why, even
in Chicago, Tanet picked up ono, and
we Imported him, and Archlo took
lessons, and practices every day.
There's a book In my bag. In tho rack
there, a very Interesting book: Janet
and I have both road it so wo could
talk to Archlo. You would better skim
It over a llttlo If you ronlly aren't on
export, enough so you can talk JIu
Jltsu, anyhow; wo can't bo destroying
Archie's Ideals until ho gets a better
"Well, upon my word!" breathed the
colonel. "Do you expect me to bo a
fako hero? I novcr took more than
two lessons in my Hfo. That reporter
Interviewed my teacher, who was
killed In tho Japanese war, by tho
way; he went to tho army after my
second lesson. Ho didn't know any
English beyond 'yes' and 'If you
please;' and ho used them both on
the roporter, who let his own fnnoy
go up Ilka a balloon. Well, where Is
Ho found It easily; nnd with a
cotiplo of volumes of another kldrtoy,
over which ho grinned.
'Tho Hound of tho UasKorvllloB and
tho Leavcnwotth Cusol 1'vo read
them, too," ho said; "thoro groat!
And do you still llko detective storied?
You would have mado a grand sleuth
yourself. Aunt Hooky." Again ho had
half a mind to syak of tho occurrence
at the station; again he checked tho
'mnulso. "I lomomber," ho addad,
"that you used to hold btrenuous opin
ions." "You mean my thinking that the
reason crimes cseapo discovery Is not
that criminals aro so blight, but that
dotectlvoB In genoral are so particular
ly stupid? Oh. yes, I think that still.
So does Sir t'onan Doyle. And I have
often wished I could measure my own
wits, once, with a really flno criminal
Jntollect. It would be worth tho risk."
"God forbid!" said the colonel,
Thoro came a tap at tho door.
"Mllllcentl" groaned Aunt- Rebecca.
"I know tho croaking of hor slays.
No, don't Btay, Hortlo; go and got
Janet and a roscuo bridge party as
quick as you can!"
"The original nnd onjy Aunt Rebec
ca." thought tho colonel at tho door,
smiling. Hut, somehow, the handsome
old damo never hud seemed so nearly
huaiac to him before.
The Train Robbers.
When tho colonel uuok next morn-
, ., . , , ...
11V Z "'" .SL B2. rrX
and brlok factory chimneys announovd
Council Itluffa. The landscape was
wide and monotonous; a sweep of il
limitable corn field. In their winter
uonr vwu o ouuereu iimi uwy
were no nore than pin spots on tho
picture. The very sky was us dimly
colored as tho earth, lighter, yttt of no
brighter hue than tho fog which
bmoked up from
the ground. Lator
in me .snnng wis same laaascane
would be of a delicate anA.oharnllnjr
beauty; In summer or autumn it
would make the beholder's pt Ise ihro-
wun its glorious fertility; out on a
blurred March morning it was rs
dreary as tho reveries of an aging min
who has failed.
Nevertheless, Rupert Winter's first
conscious sensation was not depres
sion, only b. little tingle of Interest and
excitement, such as stings pleasantly
oho who rises to a prospect of con
u uses iv u firuHpi'vi ui cuu
which ho has the confidence of
n strength.. "'BjV oxjbl'hd
?d. " hat'ever" mnkds me feel
nlct In which ho has the confident
His first Impulse was to peep
through his curtains Into the cnr. It
wore Its early morning aspect of muf
fled berths nnd stuffy curtains, among
which Miss Smith's trtg, carefully fin
ished profenco In a fresh white snlrt
walst, attended by tho pleasant whiffs
of cologne water, gavo tho beholder a
certain refreshing surprise One hand
(whlto nnd firm nnd beautifully cared
fori held a wicker bottle, source of the
pleasant whiffs; her sleek black
braids were colled nbout her CDmely
head, and tho hair grow very prettily
In ti blunted point on tho creamy nape
of her nock. It was really dark brown
hair, but It looked black against tho
whiteness of her skin. She had very
capable-looking shnuldors, the colonel
notod, and n flat b.'.ck; perhaps sho
wasn't pretty, but In n long whilo ho
had not seen a more attractive looking
woman. She mndo him think of a
Honno Celine rose, somehow. Ho
cotiljd hear her talking to somo ono be
hind the botth'R curtains. Could those
doleful moans omergo from Archlo?
Could a Winter boy bo whimpering
about tho Jar of the train in thnt
fashion? Immediately he was awaro
that tho sufferer Was Randall, for Miss
Smith spoko: "Hrlng tho tea, and Ho
down again, I'll attend to Mrs. Winter.
Don't you worry!"
"Getting solid with Randall," com
mented tho colonel. "Which Is she
klnd-hcatted. or an accomplished vll
lalness? Well, It's Interesting, any
how." Ry the time he had made his toilet
tho train was slacking spood ready to'
halt in Council HlulTs, and nil his sus
picions rushed on deck again at rtio
sight of Miss Smith aud Archie walk
Ho Joined them, and ho had to admit
that Miss Smith looked ns pleated as
Arolile at his appearanco. Nor did
she send a single furtive glance, slant
ing or backward, while they walked
In the crisp, clean air Once the train
bad Btnrtcd and Miss Smith waj In the
drawing-room, breakfasting with "Mrs.
Winter and Archie, ho politely attend
ed Mrs. Mtlllccnt through tho morning
meal In tho dining-car. It was so
good a meal that ho naturally) al
though llloglcally. thought batter of
Miss Smith's prospects of Innocence;
and cheerily ho sought Haley. He
found him In the smoking compart
ment of tho observation car, having
for companions no less porsonngee
thnn the magnate and a dlBtlngulsbed
looklng Now Englandcr, who, Rupert
Winter mado no doubt, was a Harvard
professor of rank and renown among
his learned kind. He knew tho ear
marks of tho Hp en I os. Tho Now Eng
lander's pencil was Hying over a llttlo
Improvised pad of telegraph blanks,
while ho listened with absorbed Inter
est to Haley's rich Irish tonus. Thorp
was a little sldowiso lunge of Haley's
mouth, a faint twinkle of Haley's frank
nnd simple eyes which the colonel ap
praised at very nearly their real value
Ho know that It isn't In Irlsh-Ameri- FOUND A. black shepherd pup, with
can naturo to perceive a wido-open oar ) bras collar, ("all at 320 Rust liar
nnd not put somothlng worth haarlng rlson uvenue.
Into It. Resides, his sharp onrs had '.- ;, 7 r. ; .' "
brought him a key to the dlscou.so. 11
sorrowful remark of tho sergeant's as
no eniorou: res, sor, iium nuiiivr
torchures Is terrible!"
Ho glanced suspiciously from ono of
mioys nuuienco to me oiuer. ino
newspaper cnrtoonlBt had pictured on
nil kinds of bodies or preying crea
tures, whether of the eurth or air, tho
high bmwb, tho round hand, tho deli
cate features, tho thin cheeks, tho
straight line of the mouth, and tho
mild, iaoxprcgslvo eyes of tho man bo
fore him. Ho had been extolled as a
far-slghtod benefactor of tho world,
and oxccintod picturesquely as tho
king of pirates who would scuttle tho
business of his country without a
I Wlntor. amid his own questionings
! and problems, could not help a
' scrutiny of a man whose powor was
greator than that of medieval kings.
Ho sat consuming a clgarotte, more
between )ils llngeru than his lips; and
glancing undor drooping oyollds from
quo8(lonor to narrator. At th colonel's
entranco ho looked up, as did Haley,
who rose to his foot with an uncon
scious salute. "I'd bo glad, to Bpake
wld youse a mfnnlt. If I might, gen
eral," said Haley, "about whoro I put
your dress-shute case, sor."
The colonel, of courso, did not et
pect any romarka about a sult-caao
when he got Haley by himself at the
observation end of tho car; but what
ho did get was of sutl)cleut Import to
drlt out of his mind a curl lecturo
ubout blackening the reputation of tba
army with lies about the Philippines.
Haley had told him that ho had soon
the man w!n the two moles on his
face jump out of his own car at coun
! oil bU. He had simply stood on t),
platform, looking to right and left for
a moment; then he had swung him
self back on the ear. Haley had
wirlchod him walk down tho aisle and
enter the drawlnj-rooin. He did r.ot
come out: Haley had found out that
the drawing-room belonged to Edwin
S. Itontcham. "the big railroad man,
"It doesn't seem likely that he would
be an accomplice of a kidnaper,
mused tho colonel. "Tho man might
have gone In there whllo he was out "
"Suro. he might, sor; 'twas moellf
thinking that same, and I Wlnt be
yaut to tho observation itr, nnd there
the ould smile wa amoklng."
(To lx coutlaued.)
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T iniifl i
NOTICE OF 8HERIFP8 8ALE OF
Notice Is hereby kIvmi that In pur
siuinco of nn order of salo Issued out
of the District court of U)au oouniy
Oklalu ma, on the 2Sth. dny or .May,
1908, in nn action wherein I'etor 1'rey
im plnintlfr and I'aul A. Onlvert and
b'nlulta l'. Calvert and Itois (1. I'oaxmr,
Trutrtee. were defendants, directed to
me, the undi-iHlRiieit Mheilff of IiRau
coMiily, I'liniiii.tiiilliiK me to levy upon,
unit xi-ll tlie loiluwiiiK described prop
Tu KBt lia.f (IX) of Svctlou
Twelve iVi) and the Northeast ijuarter
till f Kertlon Thirteen (13), all In
Township Nineteen (19) North, of
Kituge Four (I) Vst of Indian Merid
ian (uri'aluliiK 180 acres more or less,
whli all nt the Improvements the. ton
.111,1 the aiiputtunanees thureunto be
IohkIiiK. lylux and situate In tho Conn
iy of L nuii. Btalo of Oklahoma, to
'.MtHfy i JiiiIkiiii'IiI ulid di-erne of Hire
lniirt in favor of at.l plaintiff and
uiiiIjihi Haiti ileiendants obtalm-d and
made in hul.l court on tll' Kth Uy ot
Muy. r.niH, Hit- mm of JHOlU.'ll. an.l
cnuts. liidudltiK $5'too attorney's fi-u,
taxfil at (HOtio, Hli intiret on
$7733.7r, of w.ul Judjcment. .it C par
ct-nt. ner ai iium fr m thu iSL'j day
of May. lo., and latrit on ti. bal
ance, $3)..VJ, of said Jmlgmenr at 10
per i'nt it-r ainuin from the 2sth day
hour of :i p Hi. ol nald day. u IhH uRt
for sl aud sell to tbe lilghl hlddpr
for rash, the sahl pr porty alrav
dwcrlbed. or so much thereof as will
anllaty said Juilmiuml. with Iitrwtt
Witnesu my hand this 1st. day of
Ily W. H Humphrey,
CHKSTIfilt A. MAIIII.
Attors. .vf ilalaUft.
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K. E. TIME TABLE
No. 17. . . lO'SBlkum.
No. 11C, Lv. i.. 4-BOp, m.
No. 4UE. ,.11 35 1. Ui,
No, 1U, , . :S0.p. n.
No, 110. 8.40 a. Jri.
No, 406 C.3GA. no.
Btnver,, Enid & QUlf,
No. 441 Ar.
No. 443 Ar.
No, 442, -v ...w..
No, 444, t.y. .....,,,...,,
No. 149, Ar.
No. 145, Lv.
312 Ohio llld'g. Toledo, Ohlp.
Eastern Oklahoma, ,
East Round. -j
No. 409 Ar. ,...10:llK.au
No. 418 Lv. (ox. Sunday).. e:30im.
No. 10 Lv. .., B:O0p.ni.
No. 417, Ar-, (ox. Sunday),. 2.10p.m.
M., K. & T. ' I '
North Bound. ,
No. CCC Lv , . , . . ?.W5. 3.
No. IOC Lv 10,45 n.ct.
No. 108 Lv 2.40 p.m.
No. 110 Lv 3.2C j). pi.
No. 105 Ar ,. .10.05 , m.
No. 107 Ar 1.10 p in,
No. 10& Ar G.10 p.us,
No. 505 Ar. 310 p, in.
NNo. 745, west bound...
no, oast uotimi j-.zq p
Smith &. Wectern.
3; SB a. o.
51 Ar 10:20 p. d.
2. Lv. 8:50 a. a.
6. Lv. .............. 4 : 30 p, ia.
II, LcuU, El f3eoo a Vsfctscn.
15. Lv, ?:08 p. bj.
19. Lv. (ox. Bundsy.) 8S:S0 6. CO.
16. Ar B:5 a. ta.
9. Ar. (ox. Buadny.t 5:00 p. cs.
By W'lbur Commission C
Butter, sweet iuicktitg stock 1 c
I&M8. per cam -00
YutniK coeha, HtaHl!. ouch 2JC
YimtiK c-ockw, Min:y, eaob .Co
(lulnrtni, ptt doin.. ...,. , 1 C
lion turheya . bo
Tom turkeys io
Ducks. R K r Io
Qroen salt cured, Nn, 1.. . .t
Clrtwxi, No. 1 i"
Bull nnd stng, out) cuiu u-
Clue, halt Tirlce.
Dry ftC lOo
Ilorsus hides jfiii.W
y B. Vi. TalltnaMb
Alfalfa hn, Dor ton J1Q.&0
I'nirlo hay, pur tou i6.W0S.OO
Airnifn litty, per ton, brleo.. .. S12.00
1'ialrli) hay, pyr ion, brled t.Ula.SC
Bran, per 100 'bs, .451.30
Vollow cot. pur husbii'... . ,,t!0a
Oats, our ijuahel C-0-.
Model liolltir .,113
MlX"d brao. per 100 'bs.. Cl.Sf
Whlto shorta, anr 100 lb , . . . 11 3:
WhLo corn, per busuol , S5o
Kaffir corn, pei uusho ,603
Ohts, per oushei , 90s
Cora chop, p$r lOO lbs. ., ., 51.26.