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A PRIL 8th, 19
PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS,
B)r H ANDALIJOUSTRATIONS BY
In Which I Learn Our Port.
I sank down Into the depths of an
upholstered divan without, rested mv
head within my hands, and endeavored
earnestly to collect though' and nerve
for the coming struggle The
of our situation only became
mote apparent as I considered it iu
the light of the discoveries alrcad)
made, and In my understanding of tun
nature of those with whom I was now
associated. Neither Tuttle nor IHj
Nova had ever mistaken the Sea
Queen for the warship Esmeralda. It
was Impossible to conceive that these
two trained seamen could have made
such an errorf or that the men unuer
them could have been so utterly deceived.
Tuttle's boat came up directly
beneath the luws, with the
lamps burning brightly and nnealnii
the name; oery man aboard must
have seen It plainly. Yet what object
could have led to so desperate an
act of piracy? What part was I ats
tlned to play in the final working om
of their lawless scheme?
The longer I studied over the prob
Jem the more thoroughly did I become
mystified and confused. What could
these men ever hope to accomplish In
this lawless fashion? They must be
fools or madmen. This was not tne
ate of piracy; every league of sea was
patrolled; eery port protected by
telegraphic communication. Where
could they sail? Where could they expect
to land? Where on all the round
globe could they hope to go to escnyp
the vengeance of British power on tne
high seas? What object could possibly
Inspire them to so reckless an
Difficult as my own situation undoubtedly
was, apparently helpless
among this crew of sea devils, without
a man on board in whom I could
fuit trust, it was rendered a thousnnd
times harder by the presence of those
two women. Jn what way could I protect
and serve them? I wondered If
all the crew forward were In the pint,
or were the leaders alone Involved?
Could I count on finding a single honest
sailor In all that riffraff who' would
stand by me In revolt? There were
others on board the three seaman
and the engineer of the yacht's crew,
the Chilean officer captured on shore
but they were prisoners, far more
helpless even than myself. The longer
I thought the darker grew the prospect,
the closer the cords of Fat
pressed about me. There was nothing
to do eicept to face the conspirators
boldly, and thus ascertain the
whole truth. I glanced upward at the
telltale compass overhead the res
el's course had already been altered;
we were now beaded westward, directly
oat tnto the broad Pacific.
T met Tuttle at the end ot the
''o. ellnsinj: (o the handrail, his
oilskins flapping in the head wind. He
never glanced toward me, the cool,
studied Insolence of the fellow causing
ne to feel more deeply than ever he-tore
his consciousness of power.
"The yacht Is several points off her
course, Mr. Tuttle," I said, sharplj
determined to test him. "May I as.'i
y& &&&& :
M VB W.I1 rl'nt tlnll 1 1 If . r
change was made by your
m iiuuiu lib jrtiu line m iiniD n iiiuiibiujr visit nuiu a iiicuu
J who would always bring- cheer, who would talk to you about increasing" l
i vv tne rertility of the soil, who would help till the growtiK plants and
VV then aid in selling- the product at n profit.
This is exactly what THE FARMERS HELPER strives to do.
You don't have to read advertisement to find what it says about
teninp a piir, nor must you read for half an hour to find what may he
2T said in less than five minutes. Every article is clear, concise and full
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offer to sand to thoe answering
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These seeds are not a lot of promiscuously gathered ones, but they
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The packets contain from i oz to oz. of seed, the amount in the largest
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1 Imp. French Breakfast
1 Allhead Early
1 Matchless Tomato, all
1 PrinevTatter'Onion, large,
1 Insf). Blood Turnip Bet,
r Earlv Model Muskmelen,
i Cumberland Cucumber,
i King of Mammoth Pumpkins,
i Mammoth Virginia Peanuts,
i Eck fords Mixed Sweet
i Tall Mixed Nasturtiums,
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yellow, fine flavor, good keeper.
fine grain sweet and tender.
a drought register, fine,
best pickling, rapid grower.
best pie, rapin grower.
large, sweet, heavy yeilder.
Peas, fine assortment.
t We' have bought a large amount of these seed and will give a
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- P&ANT sometimes called "The Rose of Jericho," a plant that grows
by placing its roots in water just
sending a dime for 8 months trial
seeds and two plants with a years
fi COPY FREE.
1 swept one long arm toward the
ih. and. following the direction ol i
finger, 1 dimly perceived a spiral
i black smoke barely visible above
I thought we had better sheer off,
ns there was no guessing who that
lellow jonder might prove to be."
1 remained silent, watching the dls
iant smudge, and occasionally glnn
clng aside Into his Imperturbable fair
He yawned sleepily.
"1 rather guess one of us hnd better
turn In. Mr. Stephens," he suggested
t'mall. "for we'll have to arrant,
about our watches aft."
Pres"Mily, Mr. Tuttle; we haven l
breakfasted yet. Meanwhile I should
outer to understand matters a little
more clearly. I've Just been through
the cabins. None of the yacht's officers
are on board."
I could see his thin lips drawn
back in a sinister grlu, which
his yel'ow teeth.
' The Lord helpeth those w :o : :p
.. 1 - , 1 . ...! -.! . . ...
wicinseives, lie reiumeu. uj
tolling his eyes. "The race i not always
to the iwlft, nor the battle Ic
the strong "
"I also discovered," 1 wen' on. .
gcred b such abominable nat, "that
this vossel we have captuted to not
: Chilean Esmeralda at all, but tin
vj(ht Sa Queen, owned b Lord Dai-i..n
: n, and dying the Kngllah fla?j."
The hell you say."
" Moreover, I have not the slightest
doubt that you knew it from the first.
.Vow I demand some explanation, Mr.
Tuttle. What does this mean?"
He stood leaning back against the
rail facing me, the disagreeable grin
gone from his lips, his half-closed
eyes glinting uneasily.
"Well, what of It?"
"Only that we have committed an
act of piracy. Kvery naval vessel of
the civilized world will be used to hunt
us down. We shall not be safe on any
sea. nor able to land in any port of
the globe. If we resist we shall bo
blown out of the water; If captured,
our crime means death. Tou have deliberately
decoyed me into this affair
for some secret purpose of your own;
you have Involved me la your crime,
and now I Insist upon some knowledge
of your plan, and an explanation regarding
my future authority on board."
"Oh, yoa are the captain," sneering-
lv "Whil nnni on wnn want"
"Then, If I am, we will head directly
back to Valparaiso."
"Oh, I rather guess not;" and Tut-tie's
eyes became Instantly hard aad
gly. "Nevertheless you're captain all
right, Just so long aa yon keep the
om of the old girl pointed the way
we want her to go."
That Is It, Is It?"
"Yes, that's exactly the ticket"
I turned partlslly aside, glancing toward
the wheelman. The fellew waa
leaning forward over the spokes, evidently
deeply Interested In our controversy
and endeavoring to hear all we
bad to say. Tuttle followed the direction
of my eyes, but with apparent Indifference.
"Oh, they all understand about It,"
he remarked, carelessly "And now I
guesR maybe It's about time wo gave
hm.n n VMf.nfrt.1. rrtrv n tnnrt -
this advertisement a
Radish, early, tender and crisp.
Messenger Bl'dg, Greencastle, Ind.
the thing for Easter te any one
subscription, Four packets flower
subscription at 25 cents. SAMPLE
you tne main nmnt to chew on. If you'll
step down into the charthousn, Mr.
Stephens, I'll fetch some thing I
want to show you, an' be along myself
in a Jiffy. Then I'll spin n yarn that'll
cause you to come with us wlllln'
enough, or else you're a dam' fool."
There was nothing else to do, and I
followed him down the brldgo stops
to the main deck. The charthnuse
had Its Hlngle door opening aft, and
was a small, plainly built structure
painted n dingy gray, with two narrow
windows on either side, and Just
enough space within to contain a
deal table, locker, and three rude
ti nchert. I sat down urn.i one of
'lns., filled and l'shted m pipe and
naiied In sIlKucf, gazing Idly at the
thart pinned tint on the table. It was
a mnp of thse waters Mng off the
Chilean coast, and a vessel's course
hnd been pricked upon It troin Juan
Fernandez to Vnlimrals" This did
not particularly Interest mv, nnd my
thought drifted naturally 'o the woman
Impatiently awaiting my return In
the cabin. What a distressing situa
tion for one of l.ady Darlington's birth
and refinement' And yet with what
dignity of manner had she met the
unexpected 1 It was plain to be seen
that hers was a heart of courage, not
easily broken under ndverslty.
And how could I hope to serve her
What would this crew of hell-hounds,
these sea wolves, permit me
to do? Trans-ship them upon some
passing- vessel " Put Into some Isolated
Island port This was scarcely
likely, for either act would Involve
the danger of nn exposure they would
be little Inclined to assume. I comprehended
already that It would be
according to their decision, and not
mine. I had been plainly Informed
bow little my control extonded over
their desires. And whither were we
bound' Into what strange seas? Into
what species of wild adventure? The
utter Impossibility of keeping those
two concealed below for any length of
time was clearly evident Ship life was
ar too restricted, noth Tuttle and
He Nova would naturally expect to
lodg" aft, and It was a prl liege they
could not easily be denied Yet what
would they i,a. how would they act,
when the finally discovered these two
unwilling pashengers aboard'' What
was my duty in all the circumstances?
It was all a deep, unsolvable mystery,
yet out of Its mist constantly Heated
the appealing face of that wosaan
awaiting mo below. I could net desert
her I could not consider anythlag
except how I might best serve her Interests,
best protect her from the contamination
of this hell afoat.
Three shadows suddenly darkened
the doorway, and Tuttle, accompanied
by De Nova and the big seaman named
Hill Anderson, entered. The second
officer nodded to & In genial faoV
Ion, nis whl'e teeth but
Anderson slouched nullity past and
droppd l.caUly on a bench, his coarr.c
bulldog features deold of all cxprcs
sion. his square Jaws munching' the
tobacco in his cheek. I took notlcn of
his eyes, staring straight out of the
window opposite, dull, dog-like, deeply
sunken undr thatched browa, hi skin
like brown leather drawn tight, his
short red neck, and gnarled hands. Al
together he appeared a repulsive
brute, no more easily subdued than a
Jungle tiger. Tuttle sidled along to
the opposite side of the table, upon
which he placed a tightly rolled, yellowish-backed
paper, evidently a navigating
chart. As I watched him curiously,
he suddenly pressed the point
of his thumb down upon the papor.
"There's our first port, Mr, Stephens,"
be announced dogmatically.
"There, where you see that red cross."
I bent over, startled out of all assumed
Indifference as 1 studied the
During Change of Life,
says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
(iraniteville, Vt. "I was passing
through tliel'hangeof Lifeandsuffereu
symptoms, and 1
can truly say that
of gold to me, as it
restored my health
nd strength. I
never forget to tell
w vi snsaaaaaaH my
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during this trying period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffering
women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter." M its. Cium. Bahclay,
No other medicine for woman's ills
has received such wide-spread and unqualified
endorsement. No other medicine
we know of has such a record
of cures of female ills as has Lydia .
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
For more than 30 years It has beea
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lllliaillliiavivu, V....V...V.U.., v -
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through the period of change of life.
It costs but little to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
asMrs.BnrrlRyNiys.lt is "worth
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v ;'." . tUfcult',.
'Lbur.ltHno 110' 30' west, and latitude
C3' 17' south!" I exclaimed,
scarcely crediting cither ears or eyes,
"Why, good God. man. thnt is almgsl
uj on the i.nturctlc circle!"
He nrdded, running his long fingers
thirugh his thin hi.lr.
"Itight you nic, sir. I guess there
won't be no win ships after us
0o.vn In them latitudes; not at this
season of tho year."
"Hut there's nothing there!" 1
staring Incredulously at the
map. "Nothing but log .mil Hunting
!co There is no Innd marked within
Must the snmo there's land there,"
u retorted, positive!), hi-, thin lips
I together "I've ueen It . two
II ft II I
"The Hell You Say." ZA 'U'"""W j ' i
Islnn Is. an' that's where tho Sea
Queen pokes her nose "
1 could merel sit back, staring at
the fellow, who remained leaning both
hand on the table, his glinting eyes
on my face.
"It's a rum yarn, Mr. Stephens. I'll
admit," he said. slowl. his nasal tone
much In evidence. ' but It's all true,
sir. so help me, God! Hero's the
straight of It, an' you listen qulot till
I get done. Then I'll answer your
questions as long as you've got any to
(Continued Next Week.)
SAVE THIS. ANYWAY.
Put It In Some Safe Place, Foi It May
Come In Handy Some Day.
Here is a simple mixture
as given by an eminent authority on
Kidney diseases, who makes the statement
that it will relieve almost any
case of Kidney trouble it taken before
the stage of Bright's disease. He
states that such symptoms as lame
back, pain in the side, frequent desire
to urinate, especially at night:; painful
and discolored urination, are readily
overcome. Here is the ripe. Try it:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, ono ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparills, three
ounces. Take a teaspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime.
A well-known druggist here in town
is authority that these ingredients are
all harmless and easily mixed at home
by shaking well in a bottle. This mixture
has a peculiar healing and soothing
effect upon the entire Kidney and
Urinary structure, and often overcomes
tho worst forms of Rheumatism
in just a little while. This mixture is
said to remove all blood disorders and
cure the Rheumatism by forcing tho
Kidneys to filter and strain from the
blood and system nil uric acid and foul,
decomposed waste matter, which cause
these afflictions. Try it if you aren't
well. Save the prescription. No. -1
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A free trip to Cinoinnati, Walnut
Hills, (Mevchnd, Toledo, Nif:ar.i
Falls and tho Great Lakes, will be
iriven Radnor girls st tho clone o
An Bxtraorim.hary Opportunity.
The firm girl of our roiors
who scoures twenty subscriptions to
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Why not cccure tho prize, continue
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'I'D Rather Dil, Doctor,
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Binghum, Princeville, III., "but you'll
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Burns and Piles astound the world. 25c
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ARMY OF BATS INVADE
BEDROOM OF RECTOR
INMATES HAVE UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE
ARE GOTTEN RID OF.
London. Inmates of u ou'et rv
tory In Dorsetshire will long lein
ber the latter hours of a rueir m. i
Tho lector was moused In tin- " '
die of tho night by a iio.m i
tho room. Was It u bit iar1 Flu t
ho concluded that uii army of i
had se.eetcd his bedroom Irs '
high Jinks. From pn i cf tl.
loom they could he.rd i '
J I - V V
. ngnlust mlrro.s nml nli.' -
I Iiik up against the oi.l.ng. wli . to
olten to be pluasant one wo ' ' h
against the head of the 1 t
j worse still, the bentl.iK of their :n
, could be full as tin y eaiui' cl. -
I I ho Imliilnuu tiwiiyi nil till nlllllW
The rector's alarm whs lueiemnMl b
the fuel that his wlfu hud u ho. ..r
Ths Bata Swarmed in J SeirjJ.
bat.:. She wai almoit it v.' !
anx'tv. not onl for herilf. j also
for her curtain, and Mi" n c nw
wnl pane.' ('onnii th" luu
hanl had to b iMr hlnuolf Vm gl
K'r' he stricK i:i.il.. 1.4J .it a
cani.'le. ThU only arnc ,1 the
wretched cream. nearer to that par
tlcular imrt of tho room In which the
hed was pluced.
The rector had been told that If a
lighted candle en placed In the window
the bats would depart He would
try this, tho wife UmkkIuk that he
would get her a towel.
When she had carefully wrapped
her head In the towel tho rector pro
coeded to the window with the can
die, dodging the bats which circled
around. Having placed the candle on
a chair at the open window he hiutlly
retired Into bed again and awntted
Never more will he try that plan
osnln Tho bats had a lot of confederates
outside, and these also bKn to
come In, so that It wnj Impoulbta to
count hew many there were In th
room Another plan was tried All
the curtains were drawn aside and the
the at window opened wide. The
light wns put out and "beads were laid
on the pillow Soon the noUes got
less, and at last ceased, followed by
OY )F SZVEN It A HERO.
Presence of Mind Saves Life of Father
in Fight with a Dull.
Kreoporl, HI. HHko Ilrauer. a farm
er residing a half mile south of Kverts.
was attacked recently by an enraged
bull and was saved from death Iry the
courage and presence of mind of his
Mr Hiauer was chasing tli" bur
Into the barn at tho time of the al
venture He hit the animal a couple
of cracks with a stick. This etunged
his majesty of the pastures and h
turned on Mr. Ilrauer. knocking him
down nnd butting him savagely.
Mr. Hrauur grabbed the bull around
the neck ami inaiinged to get nn n.
feet for a moment, when the nnltml
downed htm again He also traaipl I
Two of Mi. Hniuer's sons wer pre.
ent. and It was Hi- n Mini the little lo
took a hand In the proct cdlius Mrsh
blng a stick, he bit tho enraged nnlmu
over tho head. The hull lifted bin lie.t
and looked nt the boy a moment, a,
parent ly wondering nt his aiidxiu
This gave Mr. limner the chance li
was looking for, nnd he hastily Jump'1
up and got away.
After Mr. Ilrauer had counted up h'
Injuries he found that they consists
of a fracture of the left arm near th
wrist and numerous bruises.
Sleeps Amid Coffins and Shrouds.
Oreenfleld, Ind. Dave Kills, (Iree-field's
weather prophet, ten yeurj i-'
engaged with a local undertaker i
night man and established sleep'
quartern among the colli n n
shrouds. During all this time Mr Kin
has missed only one night from It
grewsome quarters. He has undergo
some thrilling experiences by his st.i
born determination to sleep In in r
er quartors. On one occasion, when
corpse was left In the room near h
Vd. n scheme was arranged by whl '
the covering on the body could b
pulled away by a string. Although bad
ly frightened he refused to be dr.v
uway. Many other attempts have be"r
made to break this long record, but a
were failures and to-day he defies an
man to equal It every night fur I i
years In the same bed, except on ont
jccnslon, and then "I piled In at sov
en In the mornlnB," ho Bald.
Dr. G. W. Stone
Eyes Icsted, Glasses Fitted
Exuct to Test.
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