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IHE STOLEN SINGER
, Coi tlriud from piuti 6
ten it to somebody, tor I nod
My name is Agatha Redmond,
I am from Now York; and this
man is James liambloton of
in bo he told mo. Ho risked his
to save mine, after wo had aban-
i "I .don't doubt It." said Doctor
yer gruffly. "Somo blind dash In-
the future Is tho nrlvllcKO of youth.
Mat's why it's all recklessness and
Agatha looked at him keenly, struck
bf some Bubtlo irony in his volco. "I
think it is what you yourself would
ftftve done, sir," alio said.
The doctor thrust out IiIb chin in
Uli disconcerting way, and gave not
least smllo; but his small blue
My business is to see Just whero
going and to know exactly what
doing," was tho dry answer. Ho
ned a watchful look toward James,
ng Btlll thero botwoen them; then
knolt down, putting an'oar over
? "All right!" ho assured her as ha
rmnfa up. "But wo never know how
thJfce organs are going to act." Sat
isfying himself further in regard to
James, ho waited somo time boforo
he addressed Agatha again. Then ho
said, very deliberately: "The ocean Is
a savage enemy. My brother Hercu
les used to quote that old Greek phll'
osopher who said, 'Praise tho sea, but
keep on land.' And sometimes I think
he was right"
Agatha's tired mind had been try
ing to form some plan for their "fu-
.tare movements. Sho was uneasily
aware that sho would soon have to
ftectdo to do something; and, of
course, Bho ought to get back to New
York as soon as possible. But sho
eeuld not leave James Hambleton,
her friend and rescuer, nor tlld'Bhe
wish to. Sho was pondering tho ques
tion as tho doctor spoke; then sud
denly, at his words, a curtain of mem
ory snapped up. "My brother Her
cules" and "Charlesport!"
i She leaned forward, looking earnest
ly into tho doctor's face. "Oh, tell
Jne," she cried Impulsively, "Is it pos
slblo that you knew Hercules Thay
er? That ho was your brother? And
.are we In the neighborhood of Illon?"
1 . 'Yes yes yes," assented tho doc
tor, nodding to each of her questions
ln turn; "and I thought it was you,
Agatha Shaw's girl, from the first.
But you Bhould have come down by
land!" he dictated grimly.
. un, i aiun t liuenu 10 come aown
fat all," cried Agatha; "either by land
j or water! At least not yet!"
, Doctor Thayer's Jaw shot out and
.-'his eyes shone, but not with humor
'.thto time. Ho looked distinctly irrl-
d. "But my. dear Miss Agatha
ond, whero did you Intend to
Agatha couldn't, by any force of
will, keep her voice from stammering,
as sho answered: "I wasn't g-going
f(. anywhere. I was k-kidnapped!"
Doctor Thayer looked sternly at
her, then reached toward his medicine
chest. "My dear young woman "
it (Why is It that when a person is par-
f ticularly out of temper, he is con-
" oti-olnori in nnv Mv Tlpnr Rn nnrl Sn?l
f "My dear young woman," said Doctor
Thayer, "that's all right, but you must
take a few drops of this solution. And
let mo feel your pulse."
"Indeed, doctor, it is all so, Just as
I say," interrupted Agatha. "I'm not
feverish or out of my head, not tho
least bit. I can't tell you the whelo
story now; I'm too tired"
"Yes, that's so, my dear child!"
Bald tho doctor, but in such an evi
dent tono of yielding to a delirious
nnmnn. thatho nearly threw her Into
& fever with anger. But on tho wholo,
Agatha was too tired to mind. He
took her hand, felt of her pulso, and
slowly shook his head ; but what he
had to say. if he had anything, was
4v aeceBBarlly postponed. The launch
was putting into tho harbor of
' v Charlesport.
SV Eyen on the dull day of their ar
i rY&l, Charlesport was a pleasant look
SuJK place, stretching up a steep hill
. Meyond the ribbon of street that bor
uiered its harbor. Fish-houses and
lull docks stood out here and there,
f aad one larger dock marked the far-
theat point of land. A great derrick
stood by ono wharf, with piles of
granlto block near by.
Little Simon was calling directions
back to Hand at the engine as they
jkugged past fishing smacks and moor
tag poles, past lobster-pot buoys and
"a little bug-llghthouso, threading their
y into the harbor and up to tho
k. Agatha appealed to tho doctor
with great earnestness.
'Surely. Doctor Thayer. It la a
rovldence that We camo in Just here.
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wnere peopio will know me ana win
help mo. I need shelter for a little
whllo, and care for my sick friend
hero. Where can wo go?"
Doctor Thayer cast a Judicial eye
over the landscape, while he held his
hat up into the breeze. "It's going to
clear; it'll be a fine afternoon," said
he. Then deliberately: "Why don't
you go up to tho old red house? Salllo
Kingsbury's thero keeping It, Just as
3he did when Hercules was . alive;
waiting for you or tho lawyer or some
body to turn her out, I guess. And
It's only five miles by the good road.
You couldn't go to any of these Bailor
shacks down here, and tho big sum
mer hotel over yonder isn't any place
for a sick man, let alone a lady with
out her trunk."
Agntha looked in amazement -at tho
doctor. "Go to the old red house
"Why not? If you're Agatha Red
mond, it's yours, isn't it? And I
guess nobody's going to dispute your
being Agatha Shaw's daughter, look
ing as you do. Tho house is big
enough for all creation; and, besides,
they've been on pins and needles wait
ing for you to come, or write, or do
something." Tho doctor gave a grim
chuckle. "Hercules surprised them all
some, by his will. But they'll all bo
glad to see you, I guess, unless It 1b
Sister Susan. Sho was always pretty
hard on Hercules; and she didn't ap
prove of tho will thought tho houso
ought to go to tho Foundling Asylum."
Agatha looked as if sho saw the
gates of Eden opened to her. "But
could I really go there? Would It bo
all right? I've not oven seen tho law
yer." There was no need of answers
to her questions; she know already
that tho old red houso would receive
her, would bo a refuge for herself and
for James, who needed a refuge so
The doctor was already making his
plans. "I'll drive this man here," In
dicating James, "and ho'll need some
one to nurse him for a while, too.
You can go up in ono of Simon Nash's
wagons; and I'll get a nurse up thoro
as soon as I can."
The launch had tied up to tho
larger dock, and Hand and Little Si
mon had been waiting somo minutes
while Agatha and the doctor con
ferred together. Now, as Agatha hesi
tated, the businesslike Hand was at
her elbow. "I can help you, Made
moiselle, if you will let mo. I have
had some experience with sick men."
Agatha looked at him with grateful
eyes, only half realizing what it was
he was offering. The doctor did not
wait, but Immediately took the ar
rangement for grantod. Ho began giv
ing orders in the tono of a man who
knows Just what he wants done, and
knows also that ho will bo obeyed.
"You stay here, Mr. Hand, and help
with this gentleman; and Little Si
mon, here, you go up to your father's
livery stable and harness up, quick as
you can. Then drive up to my place
and get the boy to bring my buggy
down here, with the white horse.
Quick, you understand? Tell them tho
Agatha Bat in the launch while the
doctor's orders were carried out. Lit
tle Simon was off getting the vehi
cles; Doctor Thayer had run up tho
dock to the village street on somo
errand, saying he would be back by
the time the carriages were there;
and Hand was walking up and down
the dock, keeping a watchful eye on
the launch. James was lying In the
sheltered corner of the boat, ominous
ly quiet. His eyes were closed, and
hie .face had grown ghastly la his ill
tiees. Tears came to Agatha's eyes
as she looked at him, seeing how
much worse bis rwuUtlau w than
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when he had talked with her, almost
happily, In tho night. Sho herself
felt miserably tired and 111; and as sho
waited, sho had tho sensation ono
sometimes has ln'waltlng for a train;
that tho waiting would go on for
over, would never end.
Tho weather changed, as tho' doc
tor had propheslod, and tho rain
ceased. Fresh gUBts of wind from tho
soft blow clouds of fog and mist In
land, whllo tho surfaco of tho water
turned from gray to green, from greon
to bluo. Tho wind, blowing against
tho receding tldo, tossed tho foam
back toward tho land In fantastic
plumes. Agatha, looking out ovor tho
sea, which now began to sparklo In tho
light, longed in her heart to take tho
return of tho sunshlno as an omen of
good. It warmed and chcored hor,
body and soul.
As her eyes turned from tiro sea to
tho village tossed up boyond its high
est tides, she searched, though in vain,
for somo spot which sho could iden
tify with tho memories of hor child
hood. Sho must havo seon Charles
port in somo ono of her numerous vis
its to Illon as a child; but though sho
recalled vividly many of her oxporl
encqs, they woro in no way suggos
tlvo of this tiny antiquarian village, or
of tho rocky hillstdo stretching off to
ward tho horizon. A narrow rond
wound athwart tho hill, leading Into
tho country beyond. It was stoop and
rugged, and finally It curved ovor tho
But the old red houso was tho talis
man that brought back to her mind"
the familiar picture. Sho wondered
If it lay over tho hill boyond that
rugged road. Sho closed her eyes
and saw tho green fields, the mighty
balm-of-gllead treo, the lilac bushes,
and tho dull red walls of tho house
standing back from tho vlllago street,
not far from tho whlto-steopled church.
Sho could soo It all, plainly. Tho
nought camo to her suddenly that It
vas home. It was the first realization
ho had of old Horcules Thayer's
tlndness. It was homo for her who
had else been homeless. She hugged
the thought In thankfulness.
"Now, Miss Agatha Redmond, If
you will come "
Tho eternity had ended; and tlmo,
with its swift procession of hours and
lays, had begun again.
To be continued
Mr", A R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo., had
been tn.ublcd wu a t-ick headache for
about five years, when she began tak
ing Chnniberlahi's Tablets. She has
tuten two bottles of them and they
have cured her. Sick headache is
caused by a disordered stomach for
which these tablets me especially in
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ment. SAYS OYSTERS SUFFER AGONY
Dr. Wiley Asserts They Endure Ago
nizing. Pain When Doused With
"Oysters on tho half shell suffer un
told agony when eaten," Bald Dr. Har
vey Wiley, formerly Uncle Sam's pure
food expert, the other night, according
to a New York Herald Washington
correspondent. "Ninety per cent, of
them when eaten are alive and kick
ing. They suffer tho most excruciat
ing pains when ycu Jab them with a
fork and follow with a sprinkling of
salt, pepper and tabasco sauce.
"It is true that they arc a very low
order of life, but as they eat and drink
they must be llvo animals and have
feeling. Imagine tiomo monster com
ing to earth from Mars who thought
that wo poor human beings were very
succulent morsels of food when eaten
alive. It would Indeed be a nlco sen
sation to bo poked full of holes and
covered with about six pounds of salt.
"However, this will not deter mo
from indulging In tho delicious half
shell habit. I am going to eat my
oysters In such a way as to save them
pain ono Jab with a fork, put tho
sauce on quickly and then gobble it.
"It's a good thing that they can't
yell and Jump, for if this were so our
dining rooms would be full of tragic
moanings and shrlekB. However, this
would not bo so had, for we would
then havo tho altornatlvo of cooking
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Primitive methods of railroad travel
ing may still b) experienced In Swit
zerland. Tho other day while a train
was making a trip from Payerno to
Frlbourg, tho engine would not movo
aftor Lechello, tho first stop, and the
engineer discovered, that ho had for
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the guard, tho Btatlonmastor, and sev
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the tender. Tho train then got start
ed, but on arriving at the next sta
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repeated. However, at the third stop,
when tho engineer again asked for
water tho passengers became angry
and refused to help. Tho onglne also
struck work, Its machinery being
overheated, and another locomotive
had ultimately to bo telegraphed for.
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Great System Perfected by M.
Soyer, Famous London Chef.
BOON TO .THE SLENDER PURSE.
By Martha McCulloch Williams.
It Is as truo as It Is piteous that
"tho poor Is destroyed by his pover
ty." Strength and competence, tho
high roads of escnpo from poverty,
depend primarily on health, which In
turn depends so much upon food. For
theBo many, many years It has been
patent that mnny of our follow creat
ures havo been handicapped In tho
raco of llfo by improper food or tho
Improper preparation of cheap food
that would bo health-giving In nmplo
quantity If prepared properly for tho
Thero Is opening now an avenue of
posslblo escape. I mean tho paper
bag. By Its help, the cheap cuts
which alono are within tho compass
of slender purses, may be cooked In
such fashion as tJ yield tho last grain
of nourishment they contain, and be
bettered In tho process Further,
they will sauco and season much
other cheap food-stuff, thereby dou
bling or trebling Its dietetic value.
This can bo accomplished through
the medium of stows.
Meat for stowing may bo bought at
tho lowest current prices flank, neck
scrag, shank It is all the same to
tho bag. Havo a caro in cutting It up,
that no sharp bono3 are left project
ing. Wash clean, but very quickly,
aftor cutting up, dry with a damp
cloth which is not paradoxical
though It sounds so season lightly
with salt and pepper and. let Ho for
nn hour In a cool place. Wash tho
vegetables carefully, cut them up,
and put In cold water.
Grease a roomy bag very well a
stew of all things needs not to bo
skimped In space. Put a thick layer
of the mixed vegetables, dripping
wet, at the bottom of It, on that n
layer of meat, then moro vegetables,
tho rest of tho meat, then the last of
tho vegetables, thrusting In among
them a good lump of fat, either drip
pings, butter or lard, that has been
rolled in flour. Pour in, a tablespoon
ful of water for each pound of meat,
fold tho bag, -clip it extra securely,
put In a hot oven, after ten minutes
reduce the heat one-half, and cook
from two to three hours, depending
on the bulk. Take up In a deep dish,
stir well, taste, add more salt and
pepper If needed, and serve very hot.
Tho proportion of vegetables to
meat may bo three to one, or even
four to one, if there is plenty of extra
Stew Without Meat. Try out two
ounces of suet, taking care not to
scorch tho tissue, but to got It brown,
put in enough toasted bread crumbs
to absorb tho fat entirely, stir them
well about, sprinkle- with salt and
pepper, then put in a bag In layers
with sliced tomatoes, sliced carrots,
white potatoes cut as for frying,
onions sliced and soaked half an hour
In salt water, also pieces of tart ap
ple peeled of course. Season each
layer lightly as you put It In, remem
bering always that salt and pepper
can be added, but can not bo taken
away. Add bits of butter also If you
want tho stew very rich. Add at tho
very last half a gill of stock, or milk
I and water, seal bag tight, put In a hot
! oven, slack heat after Ave minutes,
i and cook for three-quarters ,of an
(Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated
FOR LATE SUPPERS.
By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks'
Dried Herrings with Fine Herbs.
Few peopio know how very nlco
smoked nnd dried fish can bo when
cooked In a paper bag and seasoned
In tho French fashion. Take four
dried herrings, bone them, fill the
cavities with a llttlo (about half' a
teaspoonful to each fish) finely
minced shallot, or chives, and pars
ley. Add a fow fresh breadcrumbs
and tiny bits of butter. If liked, a
tiny grate or nutmeg may bo added
as well as a good dust of pepper. Put
Into a well greased bag and bake in
the oven for ten minutes. Dish up
and serve as hot as possible. Other
dried fish are excellent prepared In
the same way.
Rlz Aux Crevettes. Take four
ounces of boiled rice, add to it poppor
and salt to taste, a lump of butter
about the size of a big Brazil nut, and
two dessertspoonfuls of. finely grated
cheese. Put this mlxturo In a woll
greased bag and mako very hot for
six minutes. Then open tho bag and
stir la gently a fow flaked shrimps.
Mix la lightly with a fork. Replace
tho bnor on tho broiler, mako hot fgr
another throo minutes, then dish up
Jambon Mllanalte. Take six slices
of olther raw ham or breakfast bacon,
machine cut if possible, take also
half a pint of cold boiled peas, and if
to hand, half a dozen cold boiled new
potatoes. Put the slices Into a bag
and cook them, then take out, and add
the peas and the potatoes, the latter
first thinly sliced, and cook in tho
bam fat until very hot. Empty on to
a hot dish and pour over the peas
half a pint .of very hot well-seasoned
tomato pulp or tomato catsup, which
ever is preferred. The peas and po
tatoes should be arranged as a border
with the slices in the middle. When
they can be had, half a dozen chicken
livers greatly Improve this dish.
(Copyright. 1911, by gturgls & Waltoa
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SECOND' ,s 'n t'l ",l,(en Hl)0t f Breckinridge county;
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THIRD It is near the milroid.
FOURTH ' Prows wheat, corn, tobjicco oats, cow pons clo
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FIFTH l contains J500 nores- and is cheap. It will produco
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Labor plentiful nnd cheap. Write
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Mn 9 300 -acres 3 miles fn-m railroad,
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farmed, nearly half its cot."
No. 11 I2J la.c,res. Rood and lovel land,
l . . a , ,KOoa b:lr? i "ll lllnd cleared, woll
located; 3 miles from Irvlngtou. I'rlce 3,30O
No. I 2 230 ,lcs ?laK ln " valloyj 5
iw.. i room dwo'llng und hall ; Stonant
houses, large tobacco barn; 2K miles South
of lvlrk, M mile from sonool well watered. 2
springs near barn; on HuralKoute.
NO I 3 i5 ucres l D,,lt) 1,'lst' of Olen
ii Oean; good, strong lime stono
soil, watered by wells und .springs, on good
Cuuntyroad, near good school and churches.
Now tobacco barn con 51,200, 3 stock barns,
good tenant Jiouses, Hue clover and grass
laud, i'rlce $il,100.
No 1 4 l?S;icro? ocated 1 mile north ot
, "' McQuady l'rlce!,000. H cash
balance lu yearly payments.
No I ? rJ0 ,,cres 4 mlles ro" Hardlns-
i 7. . burK' county seat: well lmprov-
IriJ2,neof tlle bc,t fllrl' n the county. 1'rloa
Mr I rS 59 Acres near Ituras. Dwelling:
nu. 1U baniSOtSd: log stable. 20 acres
level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid
with clay; well watered I'rlce JtiJO.
Mn I 7 90 "Cres woll Improved land, one
nw. i J Ul(u from .i,;y,ll(iy. uU ovu,
good shape. Excellent neighborhood. Klna
lobuccj and corn land; well watered. I'rlce
Nn 1 R -M Acrns.ono mile from Harned:
''" lKJ well Improved; plenty of eood
water; 2 stock birns rtJvUO and 30x43. Two
story dwelling, and tenant house. I'rlce
Mn 1 O Furm of ,75 acres, 1H miles from.
isw. ys Cloverport on Star Houto; 140
acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwell,
lug; two good barns for tobacco and stock.
This Is a bargain. Write Jno. I). Ilubbagefot
Mn "?n ,os ucres at Floral, Hancockr
rs.u. AJ county. Ky., miles West ot
Haesvlile. Improvements ll room dwelling;
2 Tenant houses; 1 barn 50x50; store house ou
the place, good stand for it store: good lund
for tabacco, corn and wheat. I'rlce $1,610.
CI finn !''" MO acres four mllesiwest of
V&,JJU Glendeane, 3 miles from brunch,
rallroud; all fresh land; 100 ucres In cultiva
tion; 50 acres In grass; will produco tho best
corn, wheat and tobacco ln neighborhoods
plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwell
ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roami
?ooa stable: 3 tobacco burns; 3 tenant nouaei.
leuty of good timber for farm purpose! i
good land to clear. I'rlco &.000 X cosh.