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ED ME UP
Me Until I
idh.-" For the last
doctored off and on
without help. I
have had pains
every month so bad
that I would nearly
double up. Some
times I could not
sweep a room with
outetcpping to rest.
and everything I ate "It
peet my stomach. r,":,,1
hree years ago si r
I lost a child liv,
and suffered so r
badly that I was out sr
ms., My bowels did I
and I could not eat arol
The doctor could not .I1
dy I told my husband ".II
L stand the pain any
Mim to the drug-store
of Lydia g. Pink- s i".
Comnpound and threw "V
eina away. After ,u-p
of Vegetable Com- "I
twobottles of Lydia E. coil~
Wash I could do
If it had not been
Idon't know where I o
ma I am never without yOu
the house. You may "I
i like that it may help wa
-im ."-Mrs. MARY -I
.Oae StL, Wyandotte, The.
a modest in l es It
"g direction ahe imnagiues
-gb lrt with ltr. eno
Sdrops h: prjnoip.rous It
MI llecstoýr ii. I al
S NEA att
SC.ritical Condition iln
et Doaa's en
me right down to mog
ave," says Mrs. err
SWilliam St., Key hai
fifteen years I was a
og ling between life I t,
and death. The pin
pains wer.i so se- as
vere in my back ld
I aereamed in au le
m;d My head per
so severely to
I thoughtd my h&
skfl was being hab
erehed. Black hog
ank d S&ted be she
Ser my eye, and
I had to grasp the an.
bed to keep from boa
rho kidney se -wi
and ealded and I ing
IW drops at a time. rei
The preserve of so
hese amoet rmoth
selld and larg the
bneatk my eyes. he
,white aImrase thi
a deat would
I beeme a nervous
ras 'a t Do.s's thi
sit I fel so happy thi
ws bette me N o
u~oL· In th
DWW LO, IT.
seds sad pm eB
-ggled el h.lt and ,n
-r, adL p
s badne. L I
e.ac I . iae
lq yearn I b
* -r I couldn't Ii
ae pein. Dectora 14
for more than two
's OIntment was
usad by its se the (
iadreds t othaer
Oee entas ma t
by Peieson Ointment ]
id Willicam m YIa
Johjston -=,:-h-, .
C PR X JContinued. l Irwit Myers
h_ CHAPTER X-Continued. - r h
CHAPTER X- Continued. ,",l t.
t, -13- fell,
te "It l,~kl; like yi we-re liilty from ,lb:ba
r:h. r:! : h ior Illell pilei r i'al-'rs." he :an- .nl-]h
o sit'r' 1 with a _rin. "Yut I idoni't ie- "A
t liev," ill I real. Thely've tl:ade ouit a lal:ni
ut stron_ - e , ee :ti :lst . you, thlluh." "I
did "I dii't ldo it:" I cried )assion- ,l r
:at at'ly. -t
lot "If you ,idn't. who adi i ur'
ad It n.. t have hcbn Mr. Wick." .h:i
y '"There you _o, jwll pirr,: :It eotilelus- s stlll
k- mn-. Why not Claire Braidford?" ni n
ew "hy 0to you mentiao her? Do you t:is
ter =usI'.'t her?" on
n- "If she didn't do it, why did she to p
E colle lidownt here to) see you?" sort
d ""How did .yu know she was here?" Wi,"l
"I "I wa's watcbhinf you all the timne "
ut you were talking to her." "
ra "Blt how did y3ou kioW who she spye;
lp w'as?' ".Tit
"I saw the other one this .ornin;. -th
They bloobk alike." "
"lint how did you know- which sister "'
a it was?" ed I
les "YIl dlll't ",Iee l tao get alonn well r., t
enough in yoiur talk fr it t, hle lar- t!l,
bars." lhe ain-w jreal with a:nother grin. phll
ou It hadl lnot beelcL lly ilntention to re- "r
veal ev%--n to hint c'laire Ira'lf.rd' ls
bsecondl vi-it to mly :apairtutwlat. but I hat
s-aw how faolish it wlul b e of mie to rb
I attemp:llt to deceive or to withholll any
intform ation from such a shrewd ob- nt
Witihot:t reserve and with the ut
to most detail I pri'"eealed to relate ev- If I
erything that had happlenedl since I
a had seen him the afternoonl Ibefore.
fe I told of my discovery of the secret
panell in my room and aof the blindl see
passageway into which it apparently
Sled, of Barbara's having made th" kna
Sd perilous journey over the window ledne rft
to Inspect mlly nlld. ,of the screams we
in had heard. followedl by the shot, of lIri
Lk how Barbara had fled back by the way
she came, and I had run downstairsee
and with Wick had discovered thefor
om body. I told him every detail so far foe
as I could remember it. winding up
ee with my catching Claire Bradford lear- "I'1
d l ing my apartment, just before my ar
-. rest and the finding of the revolver. thi
"You don't think the detectives
themselves planted the gun o01 your' s
s. he asked. "I've heard of them doing ian
a things like that." hea
S He spoke with such an air of inno
cence that I had to smile. I doubt if "ti
Sthere were many tricks of detectives
that Georman did not know all about.
"They had no opportunity whatever. t,
Neither of them had been neaP thejin"
C dresser before. and I was w ' It
them every momlent." - .-.
"Well, who dill hide the revolver
there. if ,they didn't?" die
"I don't know." I'a
- "Couldn't Wick have done it?" wt
"I was with him every moment after y
we discovered the body." er
"Maybe it was Claire Bradford?" TI
I shook my head. mi
"I thought at first It might have te
been she, but I'm convincede since talk- ge
lag with her that it was not. She's o0
either entirety Innocent or else the
mast wonderful actress in the world." th
ab "I think we can leave her out of it." of
a wril enatured Gorman. T1
"That leaves only Wick." a
German shook his head positively.
ar,- o, NWick didn't do it. Ie's a bad
one all right, sad be has done time, w
but he's only a tooL"
"Wick has done time!" I exclaimed. a
p-- " rw did ym dnd that out? What t
itt have yeu learned about him?" o
Si Georman grinaed at my eager ques
timi . I
S '"I don't know math about him yet, I
l h but rm rse be's an ex-com. While
Ill you were i4 court this moning." he
Sewplaed "I went up to the Grand
deck to take a look at things for my
self. Wick showed ame through the
Lautan apartment, thinking I was from
Sthe coronmer's o Ie. I spotted him at
S once. A crook that has done time
is always sure to give himself away."
""owHew I asked.
"Well," sMid Gorman jadiially,
"men's bsineaaes leave their marks
oea them. A clergyman don't have to
S be wearing a high vest for you to spot
as him and nobody ever took a dancing
Steacher for a pugilist. A man that has
ter looked at as many crooks as I have
knows them by instlnct, and then
Sthe there's lttle ways you can tell. As
I was going up to the aprtment with
Wick he just naturally fell into step
Swith me, showing he had been used to
mCaarching with other prisoners. tie
n talks, too, without moving his lips.
tmnt That's a sure dln. They learn that
in prison so they can talk without
the guards knowing it"
"That's no," I cried. "It struck me
that there was something faunny about
the way Wick talked, but I couldn't
have told just what it was."
"Wick's a crook, all right, "but I
think he comes from somewhere up-i
state or maybe out West. but he I
hasn't intelligence enough to be any
S thing more than a runner for the
"Well. what's your theory?" I asked.
"If Wick didn't murder Miss Lutan,
"I don't know yet Wick ain't big
enough. Big jobs take big men to
plea them. This whole thing is a
bigl affair, careflly planned out It
Stakes more brains than Wick ever
dreamed of halving to plant anony
moms notes and terrify peoiple nearly
a out of their senses with mysterious
wsm whispers and then to steal the Bratd
ford papers and the Gaston pearls and
then when thlags get hot to have yeo
S already framed as the pat to blame I
__ tMags on"
SThen yr think my Cishar e ftm
the egce was part e( the plet?'
ud Kt wu, es bute in "
fI l',"V . ltr i \W ,ork : ,l d ,:.r 1 !n \ V1 .
from *i. ': ' r it lI a;I a.. : L .i t 1~ 1 i l . ,r u. t :"i'\L
lll- 11 bpi' ll. '"
t lie- "A.\lid \:L it l,:Irt of thle pilot to
nut a hbune" .11ss Lutan'- [ rder "n It.
"I daht 't thiilk "i. 'llte I.nl t: ir- :
.sion- thor,'" \: u o tn'w J' t. EI nt t!e t'i "- ",us !.
se t . tr . .k . .'hi . l: .l i li.h ra tt iy p la n ,t : ,.
luturdt'r. They r . all afr:ii of til 'r:t.
"" h ai: r. S ile '1 n l , ilk u 'hl - i d'' ' l ti t .,
;i lus- " inl onLt of t e 11 ta ut. ill th.' :1t1,:21 - :.. ,,
ri t I %. 1 :' h l 1i to -h ,,,o t her to I;11: ' t ' I! . ' I.
p you tit af w:iy. It w\\: l l qli Ik th ktllinl- for l"th.
on 0i 1. , ik ly't l;tlt aifter ih l rllliritr iet.u qll
I shei? to plalt that gut i: Y<ar iroon . Thi,t rein e I
sorIt Of s.ht litih l:tlk s brain., all! \we k hlt
!ere?" , \Vick hna-'t gut theun." irt"'artr
titne " 'bWhit n\as it, th.nr". Ilst, f
"- e o, a : t to tb ll." sorit C.o lnn n Iarlf.
o she spetl.iniid ,h vly anld with ,.iimih M. I ,r'
" t h . h ::, c r ,, ,k th a t is b "au !: o f i t" th is nl. l't ll te , l
ruin;;. -te lll Isster-ialiti.' I uleVr
"The mllastr':-lmlind!.'" I .""ho'dl. hn':ar, ,a
sister "Y,.." he said. *'th re' a bli crook L.er :;i
ed bruliil -4'"nw\ her,, ghl t h . 'a l " 1i- il t"ht
well retitll' the \\hl, llt. 1i11l liu:i lthin .till. :
1 :ar- th,, ol, i fn V,ik -a:t l ,,f ' lt t,,he- "t.. t'. e
grin. ph ,tih' girl. :ti al t la te of '1i l'. I.I':* L l id n.: i ti'
to re- fori. too." V\.th r'
!f ,rd's "I woitder if It 'mn tl 1-, he -r e'x :i- ;I
but I han!,. .!:e tod,! me. tlhan h. a :."\\ fiu. !t
ine to r nm'. nts :u" tl::at -l t! h l'." It ":,r'1 t t",ly 1
Ii any of him for e:r-. :tt:-! shlt seiaett'i to the t'
d ob- n1o' to ohe tt" ILl thlk, trilth." that I:,
"I don't think it wa.l hli'." said oie l h:
he ut- (,'.:ns . "lie was only a tt!1 :r1 . ,hin I
t If Ie - in it at all, hte"s inly tI e " the ti
ince I la. . lIes 'rot tLe t.l-t t:: lii." that lth
befiwe. "1 hl we ctsn kt tp 1le l'it ' rlit,'ta tie:::.,ie
secret oUlt of it :alt. ether," I alid. "loll that I"
blind see. 'Gori:.l i- til dl'.'
trentlvy "'I undtltd, .an ." le initerrulptedl. "1 to imy
e th know how the Aland li,'>. You need I tad
Slelte t worry labout tnut. If Claire lBrat- pectiln
s weford had any part in the uIot. you inotive
hot of carf bet she was for'cet! into, it anl Wick
de way riven to do what she did. lHave you tit ht
stair'e seen her sister?" Lutan
ed the ""No, and I hope she'l11 mak:e no ef- hea-d
fort to -4ee me. She nmustn't. You'll !ileacr
Ing u see her. won't you':'" WIIi
i i - Leave It to mne." said the detective.
my r "I'll manage to reach her without swear
iver. even her own family knowing any- out ofi
thing about it. I'll make her under-if he
ets stanm that if she tries to see you or reif.
yout" says anything, she'll only be. darU- of tet
Sdoing ilg your case. Don't worry about ake
her." tile Lt
f inno- "There's one thin,. th.ough." I saikd. hp.oih
lobtubit if "that I wish you could do."i ThIl
:-etve"s 'What's that?" dania,
bout. "Can you find slo a way of getting tre
atevr to le Gaston apartment and exp!or- swear
±a the 1gý , tout secret passau", and see where taken
it leads?" tuelti
- Re- tarmid savagei.," .e 1a. -.
evolver "Say, young fellow," hlie sailM. "if I -
jdidn't know that you were innocent. was . l
I'd swear that you were a dope fiend ilast l
?" with this tale of a secret pussage. ger
.t after You've been reading too many thrill-cor
erms or going to tihe miovies too nimuch. tre-.nt
ed?" They don't have secret passages in tt
modern apartment houses. You bet- that a
it have ter keep quiet about that. You can' out of
S 11out oW
ce talk- get anybody to believe you. and you'll They
She's only hurt your case." fact
Ise the "But I know there's a passageway disfact
world." there--along the hall. I fotund the had bh
t of It. opening, a panel in my bedroom. who I
There's a place there big enough for;h "
a man to walk in. I saw it."
tiely. He looked at me pityingly, and I been
sa bad could see that he did not believe a and l
3o time, word I was saying. seveand
"All right, there's a passage there. seveir
claimed. and well leave it there. A yang fel- wbig
? What low in love is apt to Imagine all sorts any
of things." Rollany eI
er 4u' I saw there was no use In my Insist- Rolle
ing further about the pamssageway. York,
him yet, His mind was stuhbornly made up with
tho t not -
Icg," he E All
SGr and- by Jt
the whhou ,nhqon a. IJn]
for my- whog
wa gs es wredws
I him at W huoe
ea|det. tdiupne he tally
tawny." of o
weai. eie n that
• marks Toter
bave to - athl
a to spot tot tel
dancing h as
that has an ti
sI have Isnt t
ad then d.ick
tell. As -ot
sent with te
t Used to tohe
ehrad He thea
his lips. nt t
truck me "w~v Got ts Flny the Crook 'That Is I ha
kn3 shout Sack of All This..-thme Master Mind." th
that It could not exist. He was the "
I. "but I only friend I had in all the great city, slpip
there up- and I must leave It to him to work "the
but he the thing out ,ln his own way. Jumi
Sbe any- "What about a lawyer?", I asked. and
for the "Didn't the court assign 'you one?' 51tt
"Yes. hut be too)k it for granted that W
' I asked. I was guilty, so I got rid of him." was
as Lutan, "Well, there aIn't much .a lawyer ford
Scould do yet. I'll dig up one when corn
ain't big we need him. Baill is not possihie In self
men to a murder case- so) there is nethiag for fo
lag Is a you to do but to sit tIght and take it me
I out. It as easy as you c . By theway. have riag
fi'ck ever you heard anything fromt o~l Gaston mor
at anosy- since you were arrestedT" was
ile nearly "Not a word." I answered. '1 have dal
systerious not the least Idea wtsere be is or hew 'unt
the Brad- to reach bin."i futi
pearts and "Humuph. that's funny." saId Gor- surn
have yea man abstractedly. "Geod-by. ITl see IT
to blame Iyou again teenorrow.", ems
H@ pounded on the cell door. land a thai
arge fsom guard released bunm, leaving me alone trei
it?" 1t pouder over say plight, sand eqs
si E.m ejall evrm his last amani What
uIImar!W ARUJmAL, TALLUL Afl, AWU!Se
Where :was old Rufu is Gaston7? .\ q
1I:,e more solpie'o of lay ' e.d :.' 1 n
_' . r,.:h i s\ý Shft thr,,u:h lmy It . ': ! ,- t
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, on ....: \. ,
clot to CHAPTER XI.
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mulrdtir Ibteen't qulickl\ fo-undl ant: !, , : l,
1Tltl :,1 e' lri tll i ;I 'i; 1.%" '1,,* 't l" ti. 1'.;11 - W-ilt' V
t, alt'l! we',k h 1.' \l tIlt th(, l! -, ri l 1f 1V 9l
It:itLur:.rn 'til'nIt :1111!l iihi :n- I', m I" ll' !
nlul fate I .*-ie, lit c: to bie vnry
LIILLm lbrit rf.
1)| I t' ,+"... :Ih- rd :i" )+ ! t o wt e iIt
iit thi ll. tr e-'l iof LItnrI' 'inl a :X ','.; \ho
I nev\,.r l::tI -e' n : ,I , :,! !y ,h d
hea,:r'! f unitil I i-tUX !l r ., :it in
S ,ir )k i.er t ; ilIr,', ltl , e ni " i t I , " ofI
in L: itnfl - ti ll. :t i : ' :t ,l ti ', "'I' .L r ' I I
, l',., vet! it, r. "e". I " .
I XX mu1 h :: 1%11, 4ie. TtI't 1e:1 X bX o
' + " i\ i t i i n.' :_ t - lt, 1 l it trtI ` ' tL t they -
rI t;rdi !l ,tit.! Zl' l .L' n ' "Iitr i' et 1 h(f it -
i l tlat.ie i i f, td . I htt i !.I"1, ",'n1l i l ' the
i.", ti l mi ir it. " rt ly " : er : , a hail, t i i
i nol ne- Iea I tI e slit letll'l) ,-tfi iI Io f u ;
,il tht-tii ' th l\ie. V i , t"r :il. + :i-r a heyh
,et e i iue. tiv thle isheh i sii .it y tiha tv iet ot f -
" iti r thI T i tl\ck h;D- telt it i t eh iit liv in
rlv. " uci t ht e !illt it tink t 1''e t tt ':- , tHe
Lthe n ehr,,-"r a it 'ntr I irct ! ,,l tl tw h dl tl h
e tl. "i - rellr. lirt -I. T 1 miurtil. iln' the"ii \ t 1 -1t
.u neu1d 1 llad tl, -.lihl " reatl iI fo t 'Ti L- t
re Bnrad" pectin:: hti th(' Ctlirue lfth. ,r'l, yet was t
itn it i t Wick u tni oiteidlly i h,i testify (
yit ytou tit lie tihad it tih t th" ,m o n the
iLutatin apartmniLt directly aifter lie hail the
: no ef- I head the tiket. tIl inlwht ms y thant I I
You'll aplor iread tn r ' ;etlesly tio xino . Thisr Lei
\.uital he toe t xarPi't trulth. 'There wasl I V
ithout satr that hi had foI just left alin
In tia' omthe Lutati apartmaent. EIlv ntlid ~e laV
"I sah sily itmlntroivert his te-timlony? , wit
'tIn. in addition. there were the w
Lf atlttaitinl statemelits tiht \Vwould he wl.
I getting ottTered by Nellie Kelly. She woult til
I explor- sXwear that the evenlin before I had G;r
e where Itakei her out to dihner iand litd been ern
uetionittL her ab•ut the ,ither ten- lit
I .an.- in ' noiih. Even thotiglh we rie'
f knew that the was a tool of Wick and til
wswas thewe wife of Lefry Meor thei bur- it
ope fiewl ghlr. tule-s ;irtmatsn witas able to dia- su
s thrlc- onver that 'lie hi-L elf hald a criminal s
ny thrill- record, it s',iiUel utterly hopeless to
n muich. attempt to confute her statements.
Yo ges in t woutld all) militate agalinst me
ou cbet that at the timie of the murder I as
ad you'll out of a job and almost without funds.
you'll They were likely, too, to bring out the B
fact that I had tbeen discredifably
'itageway discharged from the, only position I
edroom. t l had held in New York. The only man I
who knew anything about the matter.
ough for Mr. W nd. the head of the firm, had,
i been suddenly called to France in con- p
nection with an order for munitions.
believe a and was not expected to return for el
several months. The fact would i a
age the e- i against me. too. that I wouldI
! i be unable to offer the testimony of'
all ors any character witnesses. Birge and
Roller, my classmates with whom I had 'W
my Insist- roomed ever since I had come to New I
.York, were "somewhere in France"
made up with the American troops and could
not possibly ahi me.
All of thiaswas pointed out to me
by John McGregor. a young attorney
whom Gorman had employed for me.
While Gorman and I had. I think, sic
c•eded in convincing him of my nno- r
cnce, the fact that he was continu- h
ally citing the difealcties in the way h
of our proving it made me realile t
1 that e was very dubious as to thet
- The trouble iasq that we were abeso
l tely without witnesses. Old Rufust
Gastonl's whereabouts still remaInedI
a mystery. It we could discover him
In time, we could at least explaln sat
isfactorily my prence in the Grand
Sdeck and could establish that I was
S not the homeless, penniless vagrant
they would try to prove me. The
--_longer old Refus remained in hiding,
the stronger became my suspletoi
that he might he in some way involved
in the plot. His action in keeping his
address a secret from me seemed to
[have been with ,delberante latent
After asome dispssion Gorman and 1
nok That is I had agreed nog to mention either of
ier Mind," the Bradford g _
he was the "If one r dto elthqr of them
g.reat ciyI slips out la eiort." said Gorman,
m to work *theyl be In for it. The papers will
ray. jump to it ant print their plctures
I asked. and all that. We'd better leave them
you )neD'" Ott of it."
rantel that With thie I heartily concurred. I
of him." was deterined that Barbara Brad
Sa lawyer ford mumst be in no way involved.
one when 'oee what may. I knew that she her
possible in self would be apt to be restrailed
nothhig for from attempting ti? communicate with
and take it me by the fact that her sister's mar
way. have ra tge was set for the day after teo
olit Gaston morrow. Her loyalty to her family
was such that she would not risk scan
d. 1 bhave dal by trying to aid me, at least not
is or how, until her sister was married and the
future for Claire and her mother an
said Goe- sured.
by. I'1 ee I Two small rays of sunshine light
ened the gloom of my cell-the fact
door. and a that the newspaper mention of the
Sme alone tagedy seemed thus far to have en
md en.- caped my mother's notice- ad the
th Wht tat that BDaerhr stell believed il -
.. .... .4 e se aheolateij.
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w Th wodniae yt tie was I II.
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Sni al. o ot g te
S Each Time Iru d w the Ane te Penciled t a Grtw't
witi is Lines My Heart Rejoiced. lhul oi
r' had thw a l ittle of her r.ii nti d tham e old tans I
a eI woultle cnle t ar tny h lifer at t he lo I (pII
oulhd ofiithoy t aevent I s l haves(tiion - 1d02.3)
Smin, eie ther hRc It ltih ha l tm ed it. fom 1.
r t ern-y lint in e of tiAng r g t lar t h r d with r- tihriei
nt di- wra. h a sen t are t dll.s It al gs ofe - the *tit
p a partmde' anpartmnt.o If I coultre t ot get m ht I
asciy Trim on mto bead ine this sitcarat, per- t e
t ftis ue. h tice as I cH in ced hav t toe 1t5. 1(TU
I n we asuneicn' init thhe mtatri and the preten
h? to whsptkingsa t . o r. her gantl r e poth omml
'e the ra t liTtel l a tcih lo, ,t r a two M regor a nt
be wo u br elh. notive mgy alie ae t Give n fmot
u tlit one iny rhou l" y ar s at r ne give
ftnid as. e asleo r a I t whsn ha e brus, fs m y
It ben laer nly thedr itlle a ndy re r.i thP.o ta 1e
r t a- wto an ttle aoifs ile i ture
Gar.t he monkey' Cottol r ep r scures neve fins
Swa n r ntI resulives ce thie st.e Iot ascu- to i
inerant agro picu'htIe a tts.ourt itftel tAhartsm
tk inde tie for m to mretion it age in. even ths the
to the derts, t tivte or to othaet until ynwinl
to In-I sad' tir e a s I oa n th ow la t to a them T8 G'
t inel starti riaie ths . to at a ni the Gi ena a
[ aer o i sll O le h ie h re that Isnot what
Iad hu;delnddlere a ndoteyr wollh da te piJo,,
whoe mrnd uhithev air casl sug wgestho fro e.
hr h e h. , la w nr hie It of'as an 1
It. ra uri NEW OCCUPATION FOR GOt T the ty.
fu d e. prtmaent d f arcluent th at ss
hutthe Billy and proitay Be t rofitably c5).
e ly Employed in C Away ther gawai r e, thne
r es ma t the h a e t ci
ter t The B oehera these gayt ae provia S
famly roat hoel in cisearing Away under at
en aon- piclus the ttong but it eeadt more tot a
afr efforts thang the netho ot rs are givet
iamlnd asked for tne whole dobh pcrlal. met- han
tewold ni and aell. ut dthe Angora the a Iie
in osat-efrer of land reattes no disett fore
rand Just dstrig ta eo stcaneds o b ha fu
e. wire qroand thr to o be clearced o e l d
inelw that dr.esmi nr. Goat and the b Irsh e
ne tshall not ear tms the land that is not to
aent be cleared and thoey will do the jobr I
wi a l lthoa t even a sal snestion from is
o hm s the land owe war. ne t
ye mecThe a dcesg which hae attended the
beor t raising of Angora goats wn the rugaed t
r. os t. haeec ted to treapelwIts of the a fr-f
a inrad department of agrrcrlture that it miluet we
tinto be d qally prrfltable to place soothehde
se hr-a herds ol many other e ild fnbtrtse P h- o
toa te withualarly those which have beeu ot
aftover. t echase these godats are prouing fe
of great help in clearing awey ender- en
et at -rush. Growing f ohalr and prodohng . l
and tde. the Angoras in the Onarks arep ivi
Chained also trimming dwwn the Wlsh, mbut d that
er him ing the stllh ad prepariag the wy e
tin sat- for r cattle and Yluep.rse
frand- Accortssy tho th gured by agin
h wav- reprenentative of the state lege aong
a. The requaired to tkr ao hisre of landhi
yielon the density Iohdze of the brush. -Pai
tmou to In arly times the risterh.p and
E,, eo eIrirO v tll IT IA AL HAD CHRI
JMIaAXmSlo~ vFOR TWE
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hi, , " ;t . rg , i, 'h a 'r 't. ':'I ,r. .':' reCol qI .I
s in I . . .r '. ,t~ h' t.,t l: i r
, etc'e u,' " '. t ' r i. ' t " ' ! n . h 1 ' ,r , rii n - i "ef Sr .
A rar.- thhi ,"o Ti'". ri - ;tti n "'"" aett "
te lo t Ill. Saul Rebuked'" by Samuel (v
rm my 1. Samuel cried to , o, l (v. ). il The
Stttt get the Lori all night.
h rret r. 2. :Sau17).s hypi-cri enl prete:se (v, ow
Santi the pretense of havinc executed the Lori's
ik. there commandment. This pretiene eari.t
r. iven~ most willing to speak of their i,, :ledi- :'
irs at the n e are the ones who are ctrsciols of
le dis t.ov- ,iio " di tlci. ant their Itlcons iencS
a uped it. trouble them !"v* it. Though ils
e -as f- to coni-fliate Samuel. the ' tropeht. lut
Seven the Dsvery ti of thne heepf anul the
lto them Thus betrayed, he trted to .hift thel
is to alwayshow the wayI. Iw t matters notf
nil what the crime may be, sme exCuseO
can t e rnaet e for it. I-ne. then l',layed
Saul t ga ned by diso farience to God liare an
tabomination to him. Th Offerin to ',God
ey h i could tried to justify himself by pleadit' ngl
nt more to that he was keeping the spt of then.
gdiie his commandment, while not literally car
go pickers rying out its requirements. He has
n.g diseet- many successors today who do not be
direettUs. practice of God's Word.
o bb . Samuel rebuked by Samuelefore (Saulvv.
cleared so God dmuel cried to Godhim (. 1)7-2. ).
ithe kids Sae this iracefulhypocrisy by bring
t not to In Samuel. eusing faehim to . y tGod
to the job L more lned having his sub-iht.
ation from jects en critieal preteno his com-(v
15 1). mandments te is for withem to of
tended the tense of havim sexues. Such an actL'
the rugge d when the heart pi p rebellion carried
n M o- hatefulpon t s face. Thos who and. thedol
sts of the willing to try. of tir o
nth tnre the ones who aire er scioens. of
Sat it might V. The Jdgmer t. The Saul liy. S
tplac e such by 5). ilty e,.n.,inre he trid
trts, p Forlt S l. the presumptuous et ut
ra been the very b tin of te esheep nd thte
re rn ant disobedienc h e the trayed hi. ive trent
Sproducia frbom him. It his t iaken from S el and
Ozarks are given to his neighhor. who is better
ag the begge the crime o still honor him ex
fore the maelders ofor the peon playe. Th
GOAT the hypocrite by trynlg to make It R
p ass as an :let of devotion to (1 (r.
cured by a further shows his self-centered life.
colege of His houldnor was more to himwn tha th
be Angoras glory of God. Samuel fornsook him
re of land and left him . alone to suffer l di Gp
sending grace. He refus aedi to pcanish the Amal and
b munssh. eki (II Sam. 1:10). Unless we say coi
- our enemies they will slay as. Jud-n
thp atd those who sein for the wagesrt of in
the Green- is death, but the gift of God is eternai B
ancereondi- lfe through Jesus Chrtit our Lord."
ia tol dthat i t( lal nt at and 2). in
tade up his__ _
eted to adorn True Love.'dJtw.
of Ice and True lovt ei ha passion: no noble Nn
Srose. seized to him is. There Is too much caprice taken d
er he could about a passion to term it love. It o is bju
and draed the one thing n the wsorld that to on
ere she was stant. er the world with all its beauty i
mt any fur- tof forms and sweet sorestiveness
an affluent wotld fall to piece. t annot well be
has soothe defined, but it can he illustrated in ae u
presenting ti housand waym It is them fulf iling of
some other the law and its work is the perceptIon
e - truth. Love casts a veil, not of ms
'ak tiune- . but of beauty, over the natual
ittle coula features of earth. blenfring all a an
arI marked iatmosphere of sacred loVelines i, soft
cept deport- iang hown all ruggetnes nain permit
"Why John, taeg the quIet race of the less assert
Jons reply tire to whimper forth their inspire
Shas my tions to the listening ear. Her browsn
e. are crowne u with the puire s old of stal
oLw? r- rity, her they covered with ludght as
rae g e with a garoment. ordled a she with
e ang the girdle of trth, and her feet shod
twith the sandals of peace. Lore
f me hih wilds no sceptre, her presence is s .a
HAD CHRONIG BR0r';Fim3
FOR TWENTY-SIX YEA'3
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muaar,:tai, 8 i7.
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rake the st1omach di est lood
and ,owels a0ave as the y sh.e
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linShake it in armful inredi.
en*s. Safe and Foot tt
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tthat are tender
bedlch 4 ions ache this
nr civiP i give Quick raeief.
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