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FAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE. MISSOURI.
BE USED TO
"Force of habit Is almost as hard a
master to some people as rum Is said
to be," commented the landlord of the
tavern at Grudge. "Although tho post
ofllce moved to Its now location more
than a month ago, nnd, too, though
they never were compelled by Inw to
do so, 'most any tlmo o' day a bunch
of prominent nnd Influential lunkheads
can bo seen standing In tho doorway
of tho old post ofllco room, patiently
waiting for busy people to come, ns
they used to, and scrougn past them,
trying to got in." Kansas City Star.
yn of the Corners
Hard facts do not nlwnys make un
Impression on a soft-headed man.
BY RUTH BELMORE ENDICOTT
-CHAPIJtER JCtX. Continued.
Thr,?- 'ventured s.lyg their block,
tthe Children aH seemed strange to
' Oumlpm list people mov.i so fro-
-swuatty Sh XIc?nt thnt this was not
sir. H nnKT. She hoped to e Edna
or tf iin;-avUjw Utile girl with whom she
SVnr qyme to school. IJut not. uutll she
riHii. fsiii the very h.ouse itsalf did nny
"Ofc. 3.vi May! fs that you?"
A Jm tiny was looking through the
Imn ft'iice of the areawuy. Ho was
filw.- jnf Jot'.s son.
Johiifly! I'm ri'sil glad to see
'pio! r.la the little girL Then she
cwWisi! more slowly. "Wo we've coino
tlonwt-jrstiin me ami Prince."
Ttwv'vc jrrowetl n lot, Carolyn May,"
sufI vlio iMjy. "Mjr pop and mom's
TIT go -up Into Edna's flat, then."
"ttie wsnry little girl sighed.
"TJk tMooa have gone away, too.
Tfliey ivon't tie back till tomorrow
tM murmured Carolyn May.
"I'.vtU sny. r can got the keys to your
-Bat. TCho water's turned on, too. Every-
ftinss all riatit up there, for Mrs.
"iPWceJ!av'p3 and dusts It all every
nac tsa s. while. Shall I get the keys?"
"OI. it ywi will, please!" returned
Mw nfered child".
The Imy hobbled away, but soon rc
tiirned with the outer-door key and
'tin; Uvy to the- opartnient itself. Car
rrtvn Slas' took them and thanked him.
Tfwti ho gladly went In and climbed
JJr vi,r flights to their floor.
KJce aaw nobody and easily let her--oJr
wtfo the tint. It had been recently
adr! stml uSustefi. Every piece of fur
rjinvre stood just as she remembered It.
"Oh. rrincey. I fa home!" she whls-
on"wl. Thfs Is our real, real homo I
t Z lavwS 'em nit at The Corners ; but
xie tt-nsn't tike U1I3 tlicre !"
I'rtnctt perhaps agreed, but he was
ton deeply Interested fa snulilng at the
tA-nxt: ml meat scraps she had pur
for Eils trapper to reply.
"Well, well, 2?r?Kcc," she said, "ycai
ftatt fmve It at once."
Dctrpln the bac ia the private hall,
tnut Into tSse Scltchen and stood
- ort tfptwto open tfc-s door of the closet
Abowjr -it'ie drvsner. Securing a i)late,
-fcisv.vpt!od the contents of the paper
Ts it and aofc the plate down on the
Ta &fn.-tnns out the paper she saw
eerne 3tV;-rjre headlines on the front
fflQMANCE OF THE GREAT WAR
V1te tivperiences of This Newspaper
-War: Like Those of a Character in
. -a tVovel -Jjst for Eight Months in
- Us Qc.sert At the Mercy of Semi,
-jsawagc Tinlfacs, Wan and Wife Escape
-at tJist 'in lErdura in Safety and
lis. Story Told to Beacon Reporter at
C'lroJjrn aray read no lurthcr. It
not ttarUcuIarly Interest the little
TScJ. ff-ades, she was very tired
f-Jca tffoS ia tbini o? her own supper.
H8 sW.- cead. on. fcowever, even her
svSr zraswfi wfght have been startled
tiy ti CWIowint; paragraphs printed
OeTttw the heading or tills startling
' Their wnilcrtur Kaoa Toftano In escap
feiK fruit tins disaster that overtook ttio
9 ,i vj- OQ which thy traveled and
msrt rmstit txtween the gunflro ot
tua-tticaWp and two of a Tnr
tcr.i&ron can only bo equaled by
fffc -efciuKfe Tchlch rllawel. Naturally,
af a. Jflurnallat hlrnoelf. Mr. Cameron la
A0wjia-rtl to tell lha details ot his re
'BiiirtijWB idwntani fn tli columns ot
Ufa Ktvycvn a a liter aue.
"Hi lK4t .In which they left tho Blnk
DmrmTO w3 eeparatwl In tho nluht
jSit, um 'i win that of the other refugees
.d' vrirrtad by tho current far to
Cfcei iMtttvh. In Tact, they wcro enveloped
htr fo untJl they landed upon a stretch
Ti'jur.!; ws,. no town near, nor even an
.sw!irr,or,t of Arabs, llut soon lifter
:ur ! wain hark ttion and beforo the of
JIw.rr Aa toHsaaml could tako means to
.tjT.twnvaa.v.n. witli any civilized, or fieinl
lata a party of mounted and
9wrpjr xtrjftcirut'n jrwooped down on tho
' '.TIhw jK.5te. belns 3Iuhamme(ati3, and
l-jr'iviB wrti th buxtle tho day before
.'t-imm tfco Fvcnch and tho Turks, con-r-srlnrwti:
ttsts catn.nray nemlen and swept
t !Jit LK-nvf "wit'a ttuxa Into tho desert to
. it vWtftVo. casts, where for nearly clffht
maattut Mr. John f-ewrls Cornroa and his
ivlffe cMMt ho oUier reTwjtea from tho
' Z(miih K-n vcro keiX without belntf al
Hamnl it mmxauaictxa with their friends.
Wfc -whls on furlough from
f.U r,yi-r lUvtuiuc of 111 health. At tho
Mntftnlna h0 "coptivlty he wao In a
tvirf. way, lafld, tt la said. But tho
vwmttsi tiu Cfco Jiut, dry atmosphere of
ntJ4i tlftrl tuivw ina4o a new man of lilin,
'kurid b fx-rsottiillr csmiot hold much ran
euc JMTbSuut. the aro!i:unmeilau tribe that
Xxjt bJ.T7. a pr isooec.
ezniT( n3s more ot the wonderful
1vj1V thft aleepy little girl had
l7? It no attention whatsoever.
Priam had eaten, and Lain down in his
tftovilfar corner. The Uttle girl had
gowr ttly Into Iier own room and
enunlei uxi br bai she bod seen her
sivKtViMr aad Mrs. Price malio tt
Tfuui e luroed ca tlie water In
eier tvSlJttib aS towt ti ath. It wan
"Zebaal iJo feave a reftx tub instead
kC RxirsTizl -buchot tiie used at
fi&U' a s feef - tDtfwn et last,
l-ihxtigtL'JW dmML'Iu! peaier, Including
tUloit tjM kjd acver left out of
ItsInco that first night she had knelt
at Aunty Hose's knee:
"Clod bless my papa and mamma
and bring them safe home."
The faith that moves mountains was
In that prayer.
Carolyn May slept the sleep of the
wearied If not of the carefree. The
noises of tho street did not disturb
her, not even tho passing of the fire
department trucks some tlmo after
Nor did nearer sounds arouse her.
She had no knowledge of the fact
that a procession of A. D. T. boys
and messengers from the railroad com
pany came to ring the bell of tho
Price's apartment. Later the janitor's
family was aroused, but the little lame
boy thought It would be better for him
to say nothing about having seen Car
olyn May and of having given her the
So when In tho early morning a taxi
cab stopped at the street door and n
bushy-haired, troubled-looking man got
out and helped a woman clad In brown
to the sidewalk the Janitor had no
knowledge of tho fact that Carolyn
May and Prince were upstairs In the
apartment that hud been so long
"And tho Prices are away," said
Uncle Joe In a troubled voice. "What
do you think of that, Mandy?"
"Oh, Joe 1 where could the dear child
"I haven't seen her," declared tho
Janitor. "But I can let you into the
Hat. There's been lots of telegrams
to Mr. Price In the night and they
jvcrcn't all yours. You're Carolyn
May's uncle, ain't you?" he asked Mr.
Uncle Joe acknowledged tho rela
tionship. "Let's go upstairs," he said
to Amanda. "Now that I'm here "
"Oh, dear, Joel" almost wept Aman
da, "could anything have happened to
her In this big city?"
"'Most anything, I s'pose," growled
Joseph Stagg, following close on the
The janitor's passkey grating In
the lock of the private hall door start-
'! Ml I V I U l 'I
if v an
Caught Her Up In His Strong Arms
and Hugged Her.
cd something that none of them ex
pected. A startling bark echoed in the
rooms which were supposed to ho
"Whatever Is that?" gasped the jan
itor. "It's Prince 1 It's her dog !" shouted
"Tho child Is here!" cried Amanda
Parlow, and she was the first to enter
Prince bounded wildly to meet her.
lie leaped and barked. A cry sounded
from a room beyond. Miss Amanda
and Uncle Joe rushed In.
Sleepily, her face flushed, rubbing
her blue eyes wide open, Carolyn May
sat up In bed.
"Oh, Uncle Joe! Oh, Miss Amanda!"
she said. "I I wus Just dreaming my
own papa nnd mammu had come homo
and found me bore."
"My dear! My dear!" sobbed Aman
da Parlow, dropping to her knees be
side the bed.
"You're a great young one!" growled
Uncle Joe, blowing his nose suspi
ciously. "You've nigh about scared
ev'ybody to death. Your Aunty Itose
1b almost crazy."
"Oh I'm sorry," stammered Caro
lyn May. "Rut you see Uncle
Joe! You and Miss Amanda are go
ing to bo happy now. Aunty Hose says
'two Is comp'ny.' So you wouldn't
have room for me."
"Uless me!" tfusped the hardware
dealer. "What do vnn knmv nlinnt
this child's feeling that way, Mandy?"
"i am niraiu wo havo been selfish,
Joe," the woman said, sighing. "And
that is something that Carolyn May
has never been In her life!"
"I dunno I dunno," said Undo Joo
ruefully and looking at the little,
flowcr-llko face ot tho child, "now
about Aunty Rose? How d'you s'poso
she feels about Hannah's Cur'lyn run
"Oh!" ejaculated tho little girl.
"It may ho that 'two'n company and
three'ti a crowd,' lout you and Aunty
Koso would bo two likewise, wouldn't
you, Car'lyo MayS"
Ooyrtabt, 1313, try DolJ, Mead ft Company, tnu
"I I never thought of that, UncU
Joe," the child whispered.
"Why, your running away from Tho
Corners this way Is like to make both
Mandy nnd mo unhappy, ns well as
Aunty Rose. I I don't b'llcvo Mandy
could get married at all If sho didn't
have a little girl like you to carry
flowers nnd hold up her train. How
about it, Mandy?"
"That Is quite true, Carolyn May,"
declared Miss Amanda, hugging tho
soft little body of tho child tightly
"Why, I I"
Carolyn May was for once beyond
verbal expression. Besides there was
a noise in tho outer hall nnd on the
,stairway. The door had been left
open by the surprised janitor.
A burst of voices camo Into the
apartment. Uncle .Toe turned wonder
lngly. Miss Amanda stood up. Car
olyn May flew out of bed with a shriek
that startled them both.
"My papa! My mamma! I hear
them! They're not drownd-ed! God
didn't let 'em be lost in tho sen!"
Sho was out of the room In 'her
nightgown, pattering in bare feet over
tho floor. A brown man, with a beard
and twinkling blue eyes, caught her
up In his strong arms and hugged her
swiftly safely to his breast
"Snuggy!" he said chokingly. "Pa
"My baby! My baby!" cried the
woman at whom Joseph Stagg was
staring ns though ho believed her tn
bo tho ghost of his lost sister Han
It was several hours later beforo
a really sane thing was said or a sane
tiling done in that little narlem flat.
"It's like a lovely falrv storv 1" cried
Carolyn May. "Only it's better than a
lairy story it's reall"
"Yes, yes, It's real, thank God!"
murmured tho happy mother.
"And I'm never going away from my
little girl again," ndde'd the father,
kissing her for at least the tenth time.
"But what Aunty Rose Is going tn
do I don't see," said Uncle Joe, shak
ing his head with real commiseration.
"I've sent her a dispatch saying that
tho child Is safe. But If we go back
without Hannah's Car'lyn "
"Tho poor soul !" said his sister. "I
can believe that In her secret, subdued
way Aunty Hose Kennedy Is entirely
wrapped up In Carolyn May. She will
suffer If they are separated for long
and so abruptly."
"That's true," Miss Amanda said
gently. "And Joo will feel It, too."
"I hot I will," agreed Joseph Stagg.
"But I havo you, Mandy. Aunty Roso
Isn't going to have anybody. And for
her to go back alono into her old houso
for she won't stny with us, of
course" he shook his head dolefully
"Let us write to Aunty Rose," salci
nannah Cameron briskly. "We want
her here. Why, of course we do I
Don't we, Carolyn May?"
"Why!" cried the child delightedly,
"that's Just tlie viiy out of Ft, Isn't it?
My! how nice things do come about
!? V1'?. yy?hli i"'t they? Aunty Rose
shall conie here. You'll like her evet
so much, papa. And Prince will be
glad to havo her come, for she always
has treated Prlncey real well."
Prince, who had been standing by
with his ears cocked, yawned, whined
an 1 lay down with a sigh, as though
considering the matter quite satisfac
Carolyn May, having climbed up Into
her father's arms, reached out and
drew her mother close beside her.
MADE OCCASION FOR FESTIVAL
Travelers In Northern Russia Fittingly
Celebrate the Crossing of the
On tho trains running northward
across north Russia, the crossing ol
the arctic circle Is made the occasion
for a festival similar to that which
tourists used to enjoy on shipboard
when crossing the equator. The trulo
makes a stop of several hours In tin
midst of a snow-covered waste on th
shores of the White sea. The passen
gers stretch their legs nnd talte a con
stitutional out over tho frozen surfacs
of tho White sea, while a picnic din
ner Is being prepared.
The exact spot where the railroad
crosses the circle Is probably not de
termined with scientific accuracy, but
the men who built the railroad appar
ently agreed on an approximate loca
tion, and this is marked with a suit
able inscription. At this point also
the railroad builders have left a slight
gap, probably uot more than a quarter
of an Inch, between the rails, so that
as passengers often notice, "when the
train passes over tho circle there is o
distinct Jolt and Jar."
Tho favorite hunting ground ot tht
whlppoorwlll Is about thu edged of a
forest, or over the tops df the trees,
whore the big, fat moths are to he
found at night. It mnkes no noise at
It flies, becnuso Its feathers are soft
and Huffy, but as It darts past you
sometimes It utters a sort of groan
The nlghthawk occnMonal'ly gives vnni
to a loud "y:twk" us It lilca Uiiovst
to evening air t v
Program Will Feature Exercises
atire Hall on Wed
nesday. From Nashvlllo Tennesgsan.
Ann Dallas Dudley, the new fire en
gine at tho Wavcrly-Belmont fire hall,
will be christened on Wednesday aft
croon nt 2 o'clock with appropriate
exercises. Mrs. Guilford Dudley, for
whom the engine gets Its name, Is one
of the state's pioneer suffrage workers
and It Is duo to her untiring work that
pnrtlal suffrnge was given the women
of Tennessee. Mrs. Miles Williams, a
resident of the twenty-first ward, Is
chairman of arrangements, and also a
pioneer suffragist, and little Judith
Winston Folk, tho C-yenr-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, Reau Folk, also a
pioneer suffragist and tho youngest
member of the Nashville organization,
has been chosen sponsor. Miss Folk
has selected as her maids tho following
young girls, dnughters of prominent
suffrage leaders: Travanla Dudley,
Lenore Kenny, Kate Barksdale, Harriet
Ingram, Mary Sr.o Cantrell, Jano Davis
nnd Elizabeth Smith.
At the christening not champagne
but a bottle of coca-cola will bo broken
nnd the mnlds will shower the engine
with yellow flowers. Speeches will bo
made by Mayor. William Gupton, Com
missioner Tompkins and Chief A. A.
Rosctta.. Mrs. Dudley, a member of the
national suffrngo organization, nnd
Mrs. Reau Folk, chairman of tho city
organization, will be honor guests of
the occasion. Adv.
All seme women talk about Is well,
iibout 18 hours.
Cry tomorrow, If you must, but
Freshen a Heavy Skin
With the antiseptic, fascinating Cutl
cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely
scented convenient, economical face,
skin, baby and dusting powder and
perfume. Renders other perfumes su
perfluous. One of tho Cutlcura Toilet
Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum). Adv.
Do you put your "0. K." on your
Laws aro not nllvo until they are
IT'S NOT YOUR HEART;
IT'S JOUR KIDNEYS
Kidney disease 5s no respecter of per
sons. A majority of the ills afflicting
people today can bo traced back to the
The kidneys are the most important
organs of the body. They aro tho fil
tcrcrs of your blood. If tho poisons
which aro swept from tho tissues by the
blood aro not eliminated through the
kidncySj disease of one form or another
will claim you as a victim.
Kidney disease is usually indicated by
wenriness, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach trou
ble, pain iu loins and lower abdomen,
call stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica
All these derangements arc nature's
"Shall we hire a detective to watch
air wedding presents?"
"I hardly think that will bo neces
tary, my dear. Our friends have
peized the opportunity to work off a
lot of old Junk." Louisville Courier
in baking powders.
If the little word "alum" appears on
the label it may mean bitter baking.
If the words "Dr. Price's " stand out
bold and strong, they surely mean
This is only one reason why it pays
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes
Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS aro peculiarly ousceptiblo to opium and Its various
preparations, all of which aro narcotic, is well known. Even in tho
smallest doses, if continued, tlieso opiates causo changes in tho func
tions nnd growth of tho colls which oro likely to bocomo permanent, causing
imbecility, mental pervorsion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life.
Nervous diseases, such as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying
powers aro a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet
In their infancy. Tho rulo among physicians is that children should never
receivo opiates in tho smallest doses for moro than a day at a time, and
only then if unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and
other narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly
decried, and tho druggist should not be a party to it. Children who aro ill
need tho attention of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to
doso them willfully with narcotics.
Castoria contains no narcotics if
eignaturo of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Gonnlno C'aBtoria alnayB bears tho
Don't Sneeze: You May Die.
Scientists say that we are never
nearer death than when wo sneeze,
the net causing a momentnry convul
sion of the brain.
Tlow it the Time to Get Rid of Theie Ugly Spoil
There's no longer the ullglitest noert of fecllnt
nhamed of your freckles, as Othloe double
strength la guaranteed to remoTe these homelj
Simply ret an ounce of Othlne double
strcneth from your dnigRlat, and apply a little
or It night and moraine and you aho"ld aoon see
that eten the worn freckles hare begun to dls
appear, trhlle the llchter ones havo vanished en
tlrely. It la seldom that more than one ounce
Is needed to completely clear the skin and caln
a beautiful clear compleilon.
IJe sure to ask for the donole strenRtl. Otblne.
as this Is sold under guarantee of money back
t It falls to reniuTt freckles. Adr.
The bet you Intended to make but
didn't Is always a safe hot.
NEW SOUTH WALES
INFORMATION BUREAU I
Sinner Building, 149 Broadway, New York City
vim ob piensea to sena OOTcrnmentlJulletl
or answer any Inquiries regarding opportu
nities xor larming, hock ra.sing, rrnit growing, i
mining and Investment lu Now Booth Wales, I
A U S T R A LI A
A toilet preparation of merit?"
ForRestoring Color and
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
COc and 11.00 e t Dnirgljta.
signals that the kidneys need help.
You should use GOLD MEDAL Haar
lem Oil Capsules immediately. Tho
soothing, healing oil stimulates tho
kidneys, relieves Inflammation and de
stroys the germs which have caused it.
Go to your druggist today nnd get a.
box of GOLD MEDAL DTaarlem Oil
Capsules. In twenty-four hours you
should feel health and vigor returning.
After you feel somewhat improved
continue to take one or two capsules
each day, so as to keep tho first-class
condition and ward off tho danger of
Ask for the original imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money re
funded if they do not help you.
The General Tendency.
"Everybody in America belongs to
some kind of n social or commercial
organization," observed the distin
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum.
"We havo developed Into a nntlon of
makes a great
It bears tho
Bignaturo of tcre&4
Kill All Flies! raDSIAD
Flawed anywhere, DAISY FLY KILLER attract and
kills all flies. Neat, clean ornamental, convenient and
,cncap. Ijhbis ausea
aon. Mado of metal.
ean'tflDLH or tin overt
will not soil orlnlur
at tnnr HUf n
6 by EXPRESS, prepaid. l.3.
HAROLD SOMEH3.U0 IJeKalb Avo.. Brooklyn, N.X.
bkm i roubles
aii cnjBBists: goay 25. Ointment 25 and 60, Ta!cum23.
Sample each free of "Dutlcara, 2tpt. E, fioiton."
That bitter heartburn, belching, food
repeating, Indigestion, bloat after eating
nil aro caused by acid-stomach. But thejr
aro only first symptoms danger signals to
'.vara you of nwful troubles If not stopped.
Headache, biliousness, rheumatism, sclatlia,
thnt tired, listless feeling, lack of energy,
dizziness, Insomnia, oven cancer and ulcers
ot the Intestines and many other ailments
aro traceable to ACID-STOMACH.
Thousands yes, mllllono of people who
ought te bo well and strong aro mero weak
lings because of acid-stomach. They really
pturve In tho midst of plenty because they
do not get enough strength and vitality from
the food they cat.
Take KATONIC and give your stomach
chance to do Us work right. Make It stronr;,
cool, sweet and comfortable. BATONIO
brings quick relief for heartburn, belching.
Indigestion and other stomach miseries. Im.
proves digestion helps you get full strength
from your food. Thousands say EATONIO
Is the most wonderful stomnch remedy In
tho world. Brought them relief when every
thing else failed.
Our best testimonial Is what EATONIO
wilt do for you. So get a big Cue box ot
RATONIC today from your druggist, use it
live rtnys If you're not pleased, return It
and got your money back.
( FOR YOUR ACID-STOMAClQ
Hard to Determine.
Ituth Clifford, tho moving picture
stnr, has a cousin overseas. Itcccnt
ly his name appeared In the casualty
list as wounded.
"Yes," snld Miss Clifford, in an
swer to an inquiry by her director,
"ho was wounded, but not seriously.,
Wo had a letter from the regimental
"Where was ho wounded?" nsked
"We are not quite sure. The sur
geon mentioned tho place, but we
don't know whether it's an nnatomlcal1
phrase or a French village."
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