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7o havo a very fine lot of Broadcloth, 51 inches wide, lu all
tho latest colors Black, green, garnet, tan, grey, raspberry, pea
cock and seal. Tkcsa aro splendid bargains at
$1 per yard
New Line of
Wc havo hero tho most olaborato display of Silverware that yon
can find In tho city. Hero aro only a few of tho many articles to
Tea and Coffee Sets
Knives and Forks
T7e aro also displaying Hand-Painted China, tho work of tho
leeding artists. Souvenirs of Globo in Sterling Silver, Copper
House Dresses $8 and up
For houso dresses go to Old Dominion, and that's what nsarly
every "woman does, because we suroly have a splondld lot to
choose from. They como in tho Now Henriettas, Cashmere, etc.
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VE HAVE LISTED WITH US eomp of the most desirable property in
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EVEEY ABTICLE PUT UP UNDBB THIS BEAND QUABAlfTBED.
INSIST ON "SOLWICO BBAND" AT YOTJB OBOCEB.
By HALL1E ERMINIE RIVES
Author of "Hearts Courageous," etc.
Copyright, 1908, Tho Bobb Merrill Company
jO Chapter 4 ff
CHAPTER XXIir (Continued).
as ne aut not answer, slio faced Win
with crimsoning cheeks; then, reading
his look, she suddenly threw her arms
about his uock.
"Hugh." she cried, "we belong to
each other now! Thero Is no one else
to consider. Is there? 1 want to be to
you what I haven't been to bear
things with yon and help you!"
He kissed her eyes and hair. "You
hnvo helped, you do help me. Jessica!"
he urged. "But I nm Jealous for your
love. It must not be offended. The
town of Smoky Mountain must not
sneer and It would surer now."
"Let it!" she exclaimed resentfully
"As If I would care!"
"But I would care." he said softly.
"I want to climb u little higher first"
She was silent n moment, her fingers
twisting the fallen leaves. "You don't
waut them to know that I am your
"Not yet till I can see my way."
She uodded and smiled, and the
cloud lifted from her face. "You must
know best." she said. "Tills Is what
I shall do, then. I shall leave the san
itarium tomorrow The people there
are nothing to me, but the town of
Smoky Mountain Is yours, and 1 must
be a part of it too. I am going to tho
Mountain Volley House. Mrs. Hallo
ran will take care of me." She sprang
to her feet as she added. "I shall go
to see her about It now."
He rose and walked with her through
the bracken to the road. They came
out to the driveway Just below the
trail that led to the Knob. The
bauk was high, and, leaping first, he
held up his tirms to her nud lifted her
lightly down. In the Instant as she
lay In bis arms he bent and kissed her
on the lips.
Neither noted two figures walking
together that at that moment rounded
the bend of the road u little way above.
They were Tom Folder and Dr. Brent
Both men saw the kiss and instinctive
ly drew back. The doctor noted now
the telltale Hush on his companion's
"We hnvo surprised n romance." hp
said as the two unconscious figures
disappeared down the curving btrctch.
"Who Is the man?"
"He Is the one we hnvo been talking
Folder nodded. "His cabin Is Just
below here on the hillside."
"Good Lord!" ejaculated the doctor.
"What an Infernal pltyl What's his
"Stlrcs?" the other repeated. "Stlres?
How odd!" He stood n moment tap
ping bis suit case with his stick. Sud
denly he took the lawyer's arm and
led blm Into the sldepath.
"Come." he sold, "I want to show
He led the way quickly to the Knob,
where be stopped, as much astonished
as bis companion, for he had known
nothing of the statue. They read the
words chiseled on Its base. "The prod
igal son," said Fclder.
"Now look at the name on the head
stone," said the physician.
Feldcr's glance lifted from the stone
to peer through the screening bushes
to the cabin on the shelf below and
returned to the other's face with quick
comprehension. "You think"
"Who could doubt It? I will arise
and go unto my father.' The old man's
whim to be burled here had a mean
ing, after nlL The statue Is Mlsa
Holme's work nobody In Smoky
Mountain could do It and I've seea
her modeling lu clay at the sanitarium.
What we saw Just now Is tho key to
what might have been a pretty riddle
If we bad ever looked farther than
our noses. It's n case of a clever ras
cal and damnable propinquity. Tho
ward, has fallen In love with the black
ill &) Ws
nut Hugh Stirct t
was lu his clement.
With Ins wheezy, melo
dcon, his gasoline flare
and bis wild earnest
ness, he crowded tne
main street of the little mining town.
He had not larked for listeners here,
for he was a new sensation. When an
lit his flare In the courthouse square
t dusk ou the second evening the of
fice of the Mountain Valley House was
emptied and tho barrooms and gamins
tables well nigh deserted of their pa
trons. Jessica had been the mustering
crowd from the hotel entrance. Mrs.
Ilalloran had welcomed her errand
that day and given her her best room,
a chamber overlooking tho street She
had persuaded her visitor to pond the
afternoon and insisted that she stay
to supper, "just to see how hhe would
like it for a steady diet" Now, as
Jessica pnsped along toward tho moun
talu ro.ul the spectacle chained her
feet on the outskirts of the gathering.
She watched aud listened with n pre
occupied mind. Sue was thinking that
on her way to the Kaulturium she
would cross to tho cabin for a good
night word with the man upon whom
her every thought centered.
Aa it happened, however, Harry was
at that moment very near her. Alono
on tho mountain, the perplexing con
flict of feeling had again descended
upon him. He had fought it, but it
bad prevailed and at nightfall had
driven him down to the town, whero
tne street preacner now dcia rortft.
Ho stood alone, unnoted, a little dis
tance away near the courthouse steps,
where by reason of the crowd Jessica
could see neither him nor the dog,
which sniffed nt the heels of the circle
of bystanders as if to iuqulre casual
ly of salvation.
Numbers were swelling now, and
tho street preacher, shaking back his
long hair, drew a premonitory, waver
ing chord from his uielodeon and
Btruck up n gospel song. The song
ended, he mounted his camp stool to
propound hs usual fiery tct.
The watcher by the steps was gazing
with a strange', alert Intentucss. Some
thing lu the scene held him euthrulled.
Hallelujah Jours knew the melodra
matic value of coutraat. As his mood
called he passed abruptly from exhor
tation to song, from prayer to fnlmlna
tlon. and he embellished his harangue
with anecdotes drawn from his lifelong
campaign against the arch enemy of
souls. Of what he bad said the soil
tnry observer had been quite uncon
scious. It was the ensemble the repe '
tltlon of something experienced some
where before that appealed to him.
Suddenly, however, a chance phrase
pierced to his understanding.
Another moment and he was leaulng
I forward, his eyes fixed, his breath
straining nt his breast. For each word
I of the speaker now wa3 knocking a
sledge hammer blow upon the blank
wall In his brain. Hallelujah Jones
had launched Into the recital of a story
j which, though the stern charge of a
i bishop had kept him silent as to name
and locality, yet possessing the vivid
ness of an actual experience, had lost
I little In the telling. It was the tale of
nn evening when he had peered through
l the tilted window of a chapel aiidsecn
1 its dissolute rector gambling on the ta
ble of the Lord.
, The words shrieked themselves
through Harry's brain, narry Sander-
sou, not Hugh
Stlres! Not nn
aud forger! The
curtain was rent
The dead wall In
his brain was
down, and the
real past swept
over him In an
Jones had fur
nished the clew
to the maze. His
story was the
Jast great wave,
which had erum
bled all nt once
the cliff of obllv
Ion that the nor
mal process of the recovered mind bad
been stealthily undermining. Harr.n
Sanderson at last knew his past and
all of puzzlement and distress that It
Shaking In etery limb and feeling all
along the courthouse wall like n drunk
en'man. be made his way to the fur
ther deserted street A passerby would
have, shrunk at sight of his face-and
his burning eyes.
For these months ho. the Rev. Henry
Sanderson, disgraced, bad suffered
eclipse, had been sunk out of sight and
touch and hearing like a stone in a
pool. For these months through an
accidental facial resemblance and a
fortuitous concurrence of circum
stances he bad owned the name and
Ignominy of Hugh Stircs. And Jes
fclca? Deceived no less thun he, dat
ing her piteous error from that mis
taken moment when she had torn the
bandage from her eyes on her wedding
day, she had never seen the real nugh
In Smoky Mountain. She must learn
the truth. Yet how to tell her? How
could he tell her nil?
At any hour yesterday, hnrd as the
telling must have been, he could have
told her. Last night the hour passed,
now could he tell her now? Yet she
was the real Hugh's wife by law and
right nc himself could not marry her.
If God would but turn back the uni
verse and give him yesterday!
Ills feet dragging as though from
'old. ho climbed tho mountain road.
Aa he -walked ho took from bis pocket
the little gold cross, and his fingers,
numb nlth tn!?ery. tied it to his thong
watch guard It had been only a bau
ble, a pocket piece acquired he knew
not when or how. Now he knew it for
the badge of his calling. He remem
bered now that, pressed a certain way.
It would open, and engraved Inside
were his name and the date of his or
dination. lie might .shut the cabin door, but
he could not forbid the torturer that
came with hlra across tho threshold.
He might throw himself upon his
knees and bury his faco in the rough
skin of the couch, but he could not
shut out words that blent In golden
lettered flashes arrobi his throbbing
eyeballs. "Thou shalt not covet thy
So ho crouched, a man under whose
feet life had crashed, leaving him pin
ned beneath the wreck to watch the
fire that must creep nearer and nearer.
Curiosity held Jessica until the evan
gelist closed his melodcon preparatory
to a descent upon the dance hall. Then,
thinking of tho growing dark with
eomo trepidation, she started toward
Ahead of her a muffled puff-puff
sounded, and tho dark bulk of. nn auto
mobile was moving slowly in the same
direction, and she quickened bcr pace,
glad of this quasi company. '
(To be Continued.)
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IN THE PEOBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY
In tho Matter of the Estate of Pasqualo
Nigro, Deceased Notice of Hearing.
Njtice is hereby given thnt Wade
Sotel, tho Administrator of tho Estate
of Pasqua'o Nigro, deceased, has filed
'n this court a petition praying for
an order to enter into an Optional Bond
for tbo sale of certain Mining Claims
belonging to said estate, to-wit: The
Eploy, Holmes, Holmes No. 1, Holmes
Mo. 2, Holmes No. 3, Holmes No. i,
Holmes No. 5 and Tbo Lotus, Lotus
No. 1, Lotus No. 2 and Lotus No. 3,
and that tho same will be heard ou
Friday the Cth day of November, A. D.
1908, at ten o'clock in tiro forenoon
of said day, at the courtroom of said
court, in said County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, and all persons interested
in said estate are notified then and
there to appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the said Order should
not be granted.
Doted October 20. 1908.
P. C. ROBERTSON,
First publication Octobor 27.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND
Tho trustees of School District No.
One, Gila County, Arizona, hereby ad
vertiso for bids for tho erection of a
one-room frame addition to the school
building known as the Ball Ground
School house. Plans and specifications
can bo seen by calling upon S. F.
Sullenbergcr, Clerkof tbo oBard, who
will also receive the bids.
The successful bidder to enter into a
bond in sum of Five Hundred Dollars,
within five days after notice of the ac
ceptance of his bid.
Bids will opened Tuesday, November
10, 1908, at 5 p. m., and tho bonrd re
serves tho right to reject any and all
bids. 8. F. SULLENBERGER,
Clerk School Dist. No. 1.
The Board of Trustees of School J)is
trict No. Ono (1), County of Gila, and
Territory of Arizona, heroby call an
election for tho purposo of submitting
to the tax payers of said School Dis
trict tho proposition to issue and sell
bonds of said School District, for tho
purpose of building an additional school
building, principally for use of tho
High School, and for purchasing tho
necessary lots, furniture, apparatus,
etc., for said building, and to further
improve tho buildings now in use.
Said election is hereby called to bo
held at tho Central School building, of
paid School District No. Ono (1) in
Globe, Arizona, on the 28th day of No
vember, A. D. 1908.
James Wiley, W. II. Woodson and G.
M. Allison aro hereby appointed and
designated ils judges to conduct said
Tho polls shall be open from 10 a. m.
until 5 p. m.
Tho amount of Bonds proposed to be
issued being a total of Fifty Thous
and Dollars, (50,000.00) to bear in
terest at tho rato of fl per cont per
annum, to be in denominations of Ono
Thousand Dollars each, and to run as
12 Bonds of $1,000.00 each,
to .run fivo years $12,000.00
J2 Bonds of $1,000.00 each,.
to yun ton years $12,000.00
13 Bonds of $1,000.00 each,
to run fifteen years $13,000.00
13, Bonds of $1,000.00 each,
to; run twenty years' $13,000.00
S. F. SULLENBERGER,
J, S. MILE8,
L. E. WIGIITMAN,
", Trustees Schopl District No. 1.
First publication November 3, 1908.
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