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They won the gamb nil right, lint (here
was nothing tloi tij in tho 'watermelon
line,. wIihh tho game ,'hh over.- Fven
tlio fact that tliov admitted that tho'y
Ay ore somewhat peeved did not bring
to light ovon ono solitary molou.
Kinsman and IVrko wore on tho tir
ing lino for tho Kids', 'with Mnurol anil
Vineyard doing; battory stunts (or tho
lionle team. Diek Goodwin handled the
indicator. Tho AVhoatflohls nggiega
lion was outclassed all tho way.
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LOSE OUT ON
GOODWINS LADS BRING BACK 15
I TO 3 SJOKE AIXU XiiiWUTJUX
HOWI FROM WHEATFIELDS
Althoup tliev won Sunday's base-
hill ram- from Wheat Holds by tho
ore scor of IS to .", Dick Goodwin 's.
M rehired from their jaunt in a very
uplcavin frame of mind, claiming
bit the Yheatncldors wore poor sports.
Atcordag to the Kids' iilen, they
lire 'o recoil e a watermelon least,
If tin uccceih'd in outclassing thoir
ppotent in the national pastime and
billing Aw n tho long eml ot the score.
Five great pictures at Iris, toniirht.
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By M. QUAD.
CopyrlKht. 1003. by T. C. MeCluru.J
Prudence SmUli iti.d .nlml Winters
tool tit nicllli';r .-elmol itutl wore lin
pressed with i-.hIi other Z.tlieil wiilI
have iimriliil her if'tlio Widow lMi
KiM- hadn't mixed In. She wanted tho
jotin uiiin fur luTM'ir. and hi nwe
some, whlspoix she linpiir.ul the Infor
inatloii tfint I'nulciuc 'Siullli was
UnoeUUiieitl stud iu!d tiever lie able
to stand at u wasluub or ran up and
down the eollnr flairs. The yonp man
was at oiiee linprosxil lie reused o
spark rriitlence on' Surdity iiljjiti ard
assure Iter Hint he longed to jump
over proilplco.s for bor sake, and of
outlive iln resented It. She went about
with her eliln hi I he nlr and siskul for
no explanations. aWl mi tolatious woie
stmliuil for niaiiy Uuig inoiitlis. Tlion
'abtHl's nxillier found tit wlrtt was
the matter with lilin and set lil'u
rltilit. The willow had lied. ..;bed
made It up with the jjlrl The doves
eame baok aain and tin tied, a new
date was set lor the marriage, and
Farmer1 Sinllli reaelwd out hN horuv
hand for a shako and said
"Zalusl. j;ol dtini juitr buttons, ou're
trill In' J lie c.tl Hiltip. and ,ou or ( r
be i ho happiest man In Woodelniek
abed w:s for about two weeks.
Then Deacon ir:iy. who was :i widow
er and want 'l Prildome for bis sts-onil
wife, itc up some lufoiiiiatlou about
Xiibori. Wln-ii he had sworn her in the
most nwful secrecy he confessed tint
the youiiK man bad a Jle frojj lu his
stomach and would probably go iu.nl
within two v'urs and cut the throat of
bis wife If he had one. The frog bad
jumped dn'iii Zabod's throat one day
when he i di Inking from the hore
pond, and though Ihousunds of bw
ducomeiits had been held out to him.
iiothbiK could pieiatl upon liin io
Well, wbete Is the .oiihk ;lrl, no
matter how her heart tunks with love.
who is Kol'ifJ to 'innrry u youn man
with a live ami grmviit;; froR In b!.s
stoniacb? Jsjiq can't- be" found. Shej
wasn't found In this case.- Prndeuee
Smith cooled off on Zabetl Winters,!
and lie went about with his chin In
the air and was too proud to uriktfor
an explanation. It wax a year before
one came,. Then a lljihtnliiK trod man
stayed overnight at Smith's, and after
supper he ot to lalkliiK about fros.
Seeing; he vns posted on I he .subject.
Prudence 'undo Ixild to ask hlin If he
had ever heaul of a fto taklnp; up In
side quarters, and ho .answered llnit
smii a tiling was absolutely Impossi
ble and bt-yond belief, abed .Winters
bad probably swallowed a small .tlsh
and the li-slt uillit be rowln.v. but If
left aloni he could In time bo llshed
for and catiRht. That settled the frog:
question, and Zabed was Itnlted to
come around and make up. lie grot a
hustle on hlin. and the tuitledoves
sung; soft nnd low. a new date was ap
pointed, 'and Farmer Smith stopped
chopping; wood long; onougrh to extend
a hand and say:
"Zabed, you jrol durned Idiot, don't
you know when you've g:ot a gjood
tblngi? Don't fool around any more."
.abed didn't want to, but before It
had been dorld'd which minister
should marry tliein old Mrs. Snyder
struck bis trail. She was too old to
marry, but not too old Io utter a warn
Ing; for the benefit of .a young: man
who had put In a day hoeing: her gar
den "iinil refused to take pay for It.
She told him tigrht straight out that
Prudence Smith snored like a steam
oiurlno. that she had six toes on, her
rlg;ht foot and only four on her left,
that Mho had had St. Vitus' dance when
a baby and that It was sure to come
back on her some day, It inteht not bo
a year afte iiiiirl:it:c that abed
would come up from the cornlleld
some aftrnioon unfl find her dancing:
all around thedooryanl and kicking; as
hl?h as a fence. That settled abed,
lie waired' Prudence. Jut ho didn't
want a t'nuciug; dervish.' More cold
ness, mote strained relations, it -was a
full year before old .Mrs. Snyder was
proved :t liar, and tt.took three months
lonuor to make up and ,set another
date. Tblngrs had run smoothly to
within a fortnight of the date when a
tin pedd'or came along: and bought a
sheepskin of abed and then told hlin
that Priijeneo Smith was deaf In the
rlclit ear, nearsighted lu both eyes and
would be tongue tied before she was
two years older, abed hadn't noticed
the""denfnoss o.r blindness, but he be
lieved lu till peddlers and at once grew
frigid, ilesulf, another year lost.
Fate was still In the game, however,
and when everybody, Includlni; the
two pr'nclpals, had made up their
minds thst there would be no marriage
she came loafing around to do her
duty. Farmer Smith nnd his daughter
were in the village one day huylng
calico and brown sugar when abed
Winters appeared. He had eggs to sell
for hickory shirting. The lovers were
brought face to face, but they didn't
speak, They thought of fros and St.
Vitus' dance and six toed feet and
weie turnlug away when Father
Smith reached out one liand for bis
daughter and the other for Znbed and
"Say. are you two gol durned Idiots?"
"II in!" replied Prudence.
"Pm:" replied abed.
"If j on wasn't you'd come nlyng
with me to tho preacher and git mar
r'l and ho'v this tnrnashun thing set
Mod to once and fur good and all."
Prudenie looked at abed.
abed looked at Prmleme.
Then they smiled and ed'cd up near
er each other and an hour later they
were man and wife.
A FLOWER LEGEND.
How th Myosotis Came to Be Called
Dr. A. F. Thomson communicated t"
Mills' "History of Chlvalr.v" the fol
lowing romantic account of iln origin
of the popular name, forgotuienot. of
the favorite little flower myosoils
"Two lovers wore loitering on tin mar
gin of a lake on a flue summer's oven
Ing when the maiden espied j-oine of
the flowers of myosods growing on tin
water lose to (he bank of an Island
at some distance from the shore Sin
expressed a desire to possess them
when the knight, in the true spirit of
chivalry, plunged into the water nnd
pwlmmlng to Hie spot, cropped I In
wished for plant, hut .his strength was
unable to fullill the object of hU
achievement. and, feeling that he could
not regain the shore, although ver.v
near It. xlip threw the flowers upon i lit
bank. and. casting a last nfTectioiuiie
look upon bis ladylove, he cried 'For
got mo not!' and was burled In t In
ventors. As tie world Insists upon a
reason, this story Is as good as another,
but the worthy knight must have been
sadly out of his element not to have.
been able to leturn from a bank on
which his mlutiess could discern so
minute r. blossom, unless. Indeed, we
suppose him to have been clad In
armor, which was n habiliment III
adapted for a lover by land or water."
eyes watching the direction of the
noise and Its nose sniffing the air.
Should nil enemy show up suddenly
lu the -jungle the rhino charges like n
flash, nose down and horns leveled like
swords for the thrust. Its huge bulk
crushing through the brush like an ex
press train. It Is always n fight to the
death, for n rhinoceros, once In a tight,
wins or dies, and It mostly wins If It
Is not confronted with an express rifle
In the bauds of a cool, good shot.
DALES m ED
This Maliciou Brute Is the Assassin
of the Jungle.
If the genius of hell used up nil his
raentnl energy making a devil for the
animal kingdom, he could not have cre
ated n more uncertain, malicious and
ugly brute than the rhinoceros. This
animal has hurled more hunters than
all othor.hlg game combined. It seems
to be the hired assassin of the Jungle
Its .success ns a homicide Is not due
to the fact that It ssks lis victim, but
becnuse Its victim fiifls over It. If the
rhino knows that there Is an enemy
about. It will try to get away without
being seen. If. on the oilier hand. It
thinks that by keeping still It will be
passed unnoticed It stays as silent and
motlnnles ' ' '"ir. Its little hog
The Old Tini" Album.
"The terrors of the autograph al
bum" must have been more general In
the middle of the last century than
they are now. The volume had em
bossed pages of various colors nnd
showed tilternnie literature and art
original veres and drawings of ruins
and bridges heightened with white
chalk. ;irsptcsentod It for contribu
tions so universally that Charles Dick
ens was on one occaslou much aston
ished to tlnd none, forthcoming. He
had actually brought with him some
verses addressed to a beautiful maid
en, on whose parents he was calling,
and he carried them away again.
.Sending them to her tty post, lie wrote.
"I had meant to put these Hues Into
your nlbu m. but you, who do nothing
like anybody etse. did not produce
one." London Stnndaiii.
R. T. ROGERS, PROMINENT IN
BUSINESS, ACCUSED OF PART
IN WHITE SLAVE TRADE
In Morocco the prevailing tone Is
grnylsn while, men's clothes and
houses, towns, hushes, tall umbolll
ferae, nodding like ghosts In autumn
all are white: while sands upon the
shore and In the Sahara and over all
a white and saddening light, as If the
sun was tired of shining down for
ever on the unchanging life. In no
part of Morocco I have visited does
the phrase, "gorgeous east" have the
leat meaning, and this Is always noted
by the wandering easterners, who tlnd
the connlry dull nnd lacking In color
compared with Asia. or. as the Arabs
call It. "Mliid Ks Schark." "A Journey
NOGALH8, August 9. H. T. Kogors,
a prominent business man here, has
boon arrested by tho United States
marshal oil the complaint of the im
migration service noting on advice of
the United States attorney. Kog;ers Is
charged with importing and maintain
ing women for immoral purposes, tie
has secured $.1,bOO bail pending trial.
Immigration officials say they will lol
low the case with, others, if conviction
.Baby Morphine Fiends
Arc made by all soothing syrups 'and
baby medicines that contain opium and
narcotics. McGeo 's . Baby Elixir, con
tains no injurious or narcotic drugs of
any kind. A sure and safe cure for
disordered stomachs, bowels nnd fret
fulnoss splendid for teething infants.
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Will yon try a can of
linking Powder! Best yet.
ABSOLUTELY PURE MILK
Quality and Richness All Pre
served in All Milk Sold. We
DO NOT ROB THEMILK
To Make Butter
Tests Furaishod on Request
Phone 2153. Box 731
The ISussiau' revlutlonarles hare
nbsolutel.v no mercy on those who be
tray them. It Is well known that In
the year HHW n traitor caught at
Odessa was bricked up alive In n cel
lar ijegnlor. a French spy In the pay of
the I.'usslaii police, for a long time
eluded the Vengeance of the revolu
tionaries, p.y t'.ioy caught him at last,
ami that Just n if- moment when tie
fancied hlncelf Mr, Ufs l.-.v-'.v was
found In his cabin on a ;? ;t'ilru
reached Antwerp. He had been nrf
ented by fumes of sulphuroteil hydro
gen. How this was done wns never
J. S. Miles has a car load of the best
buggies that over came to Globe. Call
on him and got a rig worth the money.
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