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nce commenced, would nerer end. I i Floyd -would havo borno mo out in
prefer (o ask sholtcr ot your chivalry." I that. I havo wantonly risked his life
"I will silence him," ho gave cold as- with mlno at other times, then, no."
turanco. t Hor sensitive face had changed, sho,
"You aro very good. It In not the too, found speech,
I novor thought of blamo," sho
protested unitcadlly. "Never. You
drovo straight and best You Icok so
He drew near her, long past conven
tionalities. "I havo been 111, I havo now little
strength to wauto asldo from my pur
poso. Jessica, I havo como for you, an
he onco gavo mo Icavo to do. You
havo no ono loft, nor I. Will you mar
Her flngora wound hardor Into tho
eurtaln, ho saw the puleo beating tn
her round throat as sho flung back
her head with Ployd'a own boyish
"You lovo mo?" sho questioned, Just
audibly, gravo oyes on hl9.
"1 thought you know. Yes."
Sho shook her head, hor smllo sad.
"Mo llnlph Stanton, or Jen Floyd's
Tho ncuto question piorccd dcop.
Out of Stanton's suffering 1 on pod tho
truth in a cry of vchomcnt passion
"I do not know! Jessica, Jessica, I
do not know! I want both. I lovo
you, I want you for my wlfo; loft with
him, I would havo missed you. If I
cared for you bocause you woro llko
him, If I sco blm now In you, what
mattort I toll you I want you, but I
shall want him all my lifo. I want tho
ono who rodo bosldo mo, tho ono who
stood with mo through rough or
omootb, tho one who know mo nnd I
him I want my comrade Jos Floyd."
The naked ntrength of pain, the
florco outcry of savago bcrcavomcnt
loft tho otmosphoro swept to primi
tive clarity, freo of all small things.
The girl drow herself erect, oven her
, lips colorless In hor obsoluto pallor
but hor eyos mooting htm on bis own
I ground of dosporato honosty, and
raised her hands to her head.
Stanton saw her lace sloovcs fall
back, and a clgxag scar start Into
vlow on her slender loft arm. Like
bands of silk ribbon sho unwound the
boavy braids of hair and flung them
aside, lettlncr a. mnaa of nhnrf hnvlah.
u6xi," tertathed Btanton; and Sank bronze curls tumble about her fore-
least of my humiliations to know that
you coutd deal mo nothing moro con
temptuous than your forbearance"
She hesitated. "Thero is one thing
more: I would llko to ask whether
your recent accident was In any way
caused by tho lato arrival of tho tires
for your machine."
"You did that?"
"Yos, I did that. I had tho express
car mlsdlrectod beforo it loft my fa
ther's factory In Chicago. I knew
your car' could not raco on baro rlmn."
Stanton turned to tho window. So
sho was responsible for tho last harsh
ness ho had shown Floyd; sinco their
misunderstanding could never bavo
arisen It tho mechanician had not
been absent on tho trip to Conoy Is
land. Ills Hudden nausea of loathing
for hor mado calm roply difficult
"Tho lest tires had nothing to do
with tho accident," ho explained care
fully. "If you havo quite finished,
Miss Carlisle I will change to another
"It Is I who am going. I am glad
that tho wreck and alteration In you
Into a Chair.
are not my fault. It may Interest you
to learn that Archer Ross broke his
engagement to mo lost week, to marry
a chorus girl."
Ho looked at her, then.
"Yes," sho agreod. "Dramatic pun
ishment, la It not? You can regale
Miss Floyd with tho tale. You are on
your way to her, of course."
She roso, drawing around, her tho
heavy folds ot velvet. Ho saw now
the faint linos about her delicate
mouth and the new hardness ot hor
tawny eyes. She had suffered, waa
"Congratulate her from me, Mr.
Stanton. At least she has knows a
man, whatever It has cost her."
Yes, Floyd bad, played a man'a part
vVhatever the anguish fit losing blm,
It was a matter of congratulation to
have known him. It never occurred to
Btanton thai Valerie Carlisle might
have meant blm, himself.
It, waa , afternoon when Stanton ar
rived In New York, among, the snow
sprinkled, hilarious crowds that
thronged the Btreets. And then he
first realized that this was the day bo
fore Christmas. Christmas? Holiday?
With a. vague Impulse to escape It all,
he balled a taxlcab. 'A girl with her
arms full of holly brushed past him as
he reached the curb, a man In uniform
stopped blm with a hastily recited
plea for aid to tho hungry poor. At
him Stanton looked, and put a yellow
bill In the outstretched band. .
"Birr the man cried, pursuing blm
with ready book and pencil. "What
name? So generous"
"Floyd," ' Btanton answered, and
atepped into the vehicle.
The address he gave to the chauf
feur waa that of the quiet up-towa
The little old Irishwoman clad In
black silk openod the door. He fan
cied sbe had aged, but 9a seeing htm
she broke Into beaming smiles and
uihered.hiia la with eager, welcome.
The girl who waa like Floyd was
standing la thej'lrellt room; vA tan
toft ipaiiMd oa the threeheM, site .'re
treated, against the window opposite,
her, Angers winding tbenaelvea hard
into.tW draperies, her marvelotur gray
eye wide a4 fevered.,, fo they gased
at'.M'.fheraaili; . " '
"Yon eenot hesttVWaMr'sKaft
ton flrtt found' voKe. "I have ao rkfct
u hi'iiiV ' in' 'ni"r " 't-
I Thero was no mistake possible, over
again. He did not know that he spoko,
yet his cry reached tho atroet bolow.
"I am Floyd."
"I am Jessica."
The room reeled giddily, his vision
blurred. And as bis composuro went
down In chaos, hor courago roso up to
aid his need.
"You'ro goln' to tako it hard," com
passioned hor earnest voice. "I've
been doln' wrong to you, while I
thought I was only hurtln myself. I'm
The lisp, the soft excitement-born
accent so blent with memories of
splendid peril and comrade risk, foil
on ready ears.
"God!" breathed Stanton, and sank
Into a chair, dropping his face upon
his arm aa it rested on the little tea-
Tv be continued,
World'e Debt to Books.
Hew safely we lay bare tho poverty
sf human Ignorance to bookB without
feeling any' shame. They aro masters
who Instruct us without rod or ferule
without angry words, without clothoa
or money, If wo come to them they
are not asleep; It you ask and inquire
ot them they do not withdraw them
selves; they do not chide you If you
make mistakes; thoy do not laugb at
you If row era Ignorant Richard Do
ViW ' " arm
, YM.VtiMt'Mtw' W.fertrt'atliaWemrV '
. .ak) mm mm .'n.i.j. -A-Vn- i..t .. r
viii urn ill rr,
You ccsUInly cannt low
your hair and keep it, too.
Which shall it be? Lom?
Then do nothing. Keep?
Then use Ayer'sHair Vigor.
That is about M there is to
it VjcrsHair Vigor k also
a i h a d Id hair-dressing and
haii-tDn c. It keeps the hair
sol. . nd smooth andfreatiy
m motes its rowth. It does
ic. . . 'or the hair. ' Consult
;yq i i'f nTtor. freely. Doctors
are, 'adyihg ihcic' hair
que$i,.!ti&' mucli morf tiun
r laf I Tssr. ' wilt tn s iriliUsM 'ufai jJNra , 1 " t- . - nireieBe9avnei niu 1 wwmmm ibhv: wmw y'uymm -JUJi-;&
I yffi 1 K ,;-pf',w. -vH Mi' V'
Annual Di splay
Will be held
Sit, Sept. 21, 1912.
You are cordially in
vited to attend.
Mrs. Cord B. Nelson
MALTA BEND, - MO.
Notice Is hereby given that letters of Admin
lilntlon on the citato ot John Wall, deceucd,
were Kranted to underalgned.on tho ttth.dav
or Autiuit. 1912, by the Probate Court ot Saline
All periona having claims nealnit aald eitala
are required to exhibit them to ui tor l!.an-e.
within alx tnontha alter the date ot aald letlera,
or they may be precluded from any benefit of
auch estate; and It euch clalma be net exhibited
wllhlnlonr'year from the data of the laat Inatr
(Ion of the publication of this notice they ahall
beltoreverlbarrcd. EDWARD K. WALL.
JOHN H WALL.
Pint Insertion Aug. 33-41.
V Oscar Keying was in town Sat
' tlrday tor tho first time since he
was seriously injured last week by
being atruck on the heatl with a
piece of wagon tongus by Lcnndcr
Bondurant whon tho two men quar
rolfcd at Tet Williams' blacksmith
shop near Sharon. IIo came to hnv
tho wound dressed. Ths blow frac
turod the c-ctcrlor plates of the
Hkull. Martin llowon Klto, the
eight months old son o! Mr. and
Mrs M. '.V, Kite, died at the family
homo 21-2 mllcj sou'h of Mhml,
Thursday, September S, 1912, after
n brief IllnesD of brain fcVcr. The
child was taken sick on Wednes
day afternoon :ind Us condition be
camo rapidly worse until death
enmo the noxt afternoon. Horn
to Mr. nnd Mra. Walluie Chllcott
nt their homo near Mhml, Mon-
jlay September 0, 1912 n daughter.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. George
.Wilson, nt their home near Miami
TtiMdny, September 19, a daugh
MARS St ALL
ONLY BIG SHOW COMING
Nineteen Milcn a Second
without a Jar, shock or dbtu.-banc
U tho nwful speed of our cart
through space. Wo wonder ot sue
oafto 'of nature's movement, and a
do those who take Dr. Klng'a No
Life Pllla. No griping, no dlstr a
lust thorough work tint bring
good health and fine feelings. 25
at P. II. Franklin.
Hev. P. 15. Gordon will preach his
Whereat, L. A. Doughty and Hannah A.
Doughty, hla wife, by their certain deed ot truit
dated the Cth day of September, 1911, and Died
for record In the office of the recorder of deeda
of Saline county, Mliaourl, at Marahall, on tht
Sth day ot September, 1911, In book numbtrlll,
page 334, did convey to me aa truatee, the fol
lowing real eatate In Saline County, Mlttourt.
Lota one and two. In block twenty In English, last sermon here on next Sunday,1
addition to the city of Marahall. county of iallne ,. ..... ...i,i r i,. ,.-
endnote of Mitiouri. cloclng n period of five years ns
Which aald conveyance waa mado In trust pnstor of the Methodist Church.)
to secure the payment of certain promissory. i. nnnn.nu.i,i
notes and interest in said deed fuiii-durritrfd. Bro. Gordon has accomplished.
And whercaa, the flrat note described In "Id-much for the church In that tlmo
deed of trust and the Interest thereon Is due i""1" . r. ;"L -l,urL" "
ami remains unpaid, and default made In the through his efforts. A 11CW brick I
reica' viz ms
t p. ULn tiiv.ii"-
RICAL ETHNOLOGICAL . INtfeftNAtlONALT
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I AWN FRI
Every Feature An Obiect Lesion
' A CESVtSE EQUESTRIAN REVELATION
TheWildWest and Far East
FREE STREET PROCESSION
DAILY AT tOliO A. M.
HAV THOMPSON'S CIJLCUtt.ATL'0 TROUPI! OP SO MAkVUXUS
(tiart SCHOOL HpkSUS InduUInc "JOli IIAILUV." tUr trkliwen.
(Jcrtul mtnsr horse In the wnfl "PHINCli." Ih Rtlnless Vendor,
and "KINO HOWARD." the only horse n earth that Ihs btm tanxtii
to dartce the OrliUy Hear. Ft yeera these horses hsve lm a tit
feature with HutUlo lull, both In Hurope and America, a 00 aro stltl
creattftg vcrltaWe furor at every performance.
nuvmcnl thereof, and default la also mailt In
the payment of the Interest on the second note
therein described. Now therefore at the re
quest of the legal holder of aald notea and by
ailthorltrof the power vested Inm bvsslilileed
ot trust, I, the underalgned trustee, will on
SATURDAY, OCT011KH Sth, 1912.
At the south front door of the court house In
church building rostin,, $10,0001
was erected, which Is a credit toi
tho community and n monument to1
his efforts. He has been an untir
ing worker nnd is nn energetic1
Reserved seats on sale show day,
9 a. m. at Tillery's Pharmacy
same price as on show grounds.
twVnVhettaW !'C M AT ' a 11 aL t
and five o'clock In the afternoon of raid day. takes. lie Will move to Lexington EX f f f affiOCC AiWf "If atP "
r.abhl.Vgnh1.,?eV,nedm& loon, where he tnlces up the poal- g I VlCI COO WW J i f
L. A. Douirhtv and wife Hannah A. Douohtv. In
anJtiitheaardrealeseate.oraa much thereof
ss may be necessary to pay the aald note and
the touts of executing this trust.
. . . J. W. nilVANT.
Sept. lltt Trustee..
tun of Field Secretary for Central
College and we predict that he
will be the right man for the
We Insure Your Live
Stock Against Death
from any cause. This
includes not only light
ning and fire, but af
against sickness, ac
cidents, tornado or any
thing else. See us
Glorious News IO
comes from Dr. J. T.Cur!ls, DwI"M
Kan. IIo wrltca: "I not only hnv $3j
cured bad caa:s of eczema In m jQ(
patients with Electric IHttera, bu ' Q
also curoJ myself by them of th Q
aamo dtfieaso. I feel suro they wl 2
benefit any caas of eczema.'' Thii
shows what thousmds havo provo l!
that Electric Iltttora Is a most oI-Q
fectivo blood purifier. Its an oxQ
collcnt remedy for cczemi, tetter,
Halt rhoum, ulcers, bolls and run
nlng aoros, It stimulates liver, kid
neya nnd bowels, expels poisons
lhelpa digestion, bul'.ds up th
rttrength. Prlco 50 conts. Satlsfa
Hon guaranteed by P. II. Prankll
Austin & Thorp
Over Bank of Saline
Our Public Schools
Our school children all took up
their studies ngalln last week af
ter a rent of t,hrce months. Our jig
nriinnlB stnrt out with fnVorablo.SS
prospectn. Our jiew superinten
dent, Prof.,L. J. Hall will bo ns
alstodt In the Illgh School by Prln
clpal G. W. Dav.!a 5 Miss May Dug
glns, Mra. Mattlo Yancey, Miss
jPlsher, Miss Mary TXis,, Miss
Edna Harrison, J. II. Necdham and
AnnaDyaart MIbs Katherlne Ewcll
Miss Ina Northcutt and Miss Mil
''In tho EbbI building there are
bo changes. Tho teachers are,
Mlss'Emmn Albeltz principal; Miss
anna Dyaart, Miss Knthorine Ewell,
Miss Mo,bol Harrison, Miss Alice
Montague, Miss Etlis Coleman, Miss
WITHOUT THE w r r'aa Nettie McMii-
PLUMBER West buttding, Miss Maud nar-
you can do nothlnp; with a leakr. wood Pr,nc,Pal M,M Hnnr Orear
tin An t,nt haotioio u,.t r .L M1" Mabel King, Miss nelcnSllfe
bo do uot hesitate, but send for us , Annn ni,m,Al, xtu. ,,
at once. We do all sorts of ti.nm mi.. xn,.nt. ..n.i
aiMsasi axs at v via vunuiu U4IU
Plumbinff, and on short notice Miss Anna Smith.
too. Promptness and COOd work North, buildiag, -Miss Ltllle Spar! s
are synonyms to our name. Old
customers will tell you of their
satisfaction with our work. New
ones will show it. '''
-Frank Dunlca vy
ha. you wan) rt.-ctae eteamlnt and
freatintr-eloR't (ort PHONE if)
Ladies' Work a Specialty
AH Work Gu.r.ntwd
rU work called for Mel delivered
phcI'm it.'K-i McDANIEL
At reslalMM m CetaOtaJ Hill
principal, vMiss Nell Coftman
Miss Lillian Boll.
Te Mothers and Others
You'cau ue Ducklen's Arnica Sa
v to cure children of enema, ran
ee, tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crus
ed humoral, aa well aa their acci
dental' injuriea, cuts, bares, bruls
a, etc., with perfect aelety. Noth-
iBC ewe neai so quickly. For boll
ulcere, old, runa'ng or fever sores
or pile It hs bo equal. 25c at P
Men feel different about different things.
But no man can feel otherwise than per
fectly satisfied when he buys a bill of
lumber from us. He may know nothing
about the grade of lumber, but he does
know that he gets exactly what he buys,
and sees it before he buys and pays for
it big item, isn't it? Should a mistake
occur it is cheerfully corrected. Our
grades are right and our prices are right.
There is no bill too large for us to han
dle and none too small to receive our
most careful attention.
Our motto in, "A satisfied customer
is the best advertisement." 45
La Crosse Lumber Co. g
arc ob sale daily (e Call
fornia aad North Pacific Ceaat Potato
Sept. 25 to Oct 10, 1912
1 Tickets are honored in tourist sleeping
cars upon payment of berth rate
aoout nail the rate in a standard rull
man. Rock Island tourist cars are
electric lighted, vestibuled and built
for comfort Dining car service it
provided on through trains.
Choice of Three Routes
ThroJfc cars via Colorado Scenic Route to Salt Lake City thence WasHra
Pci8c thro' Graad Canyon ef Feather River; via Colorado Scenic Route teSaX
Clttr aad Oeden theses Southern Pacific: via El
a a. sw . 1. . m ai . . . . .
Meatco am caweec retire of toweet aiutwaea--m
K. P. ft & W. uA SwttSra Pacific.
For tkketaV rurvaUe or Ufcrmatiea addreM
J. A. Kiwi Qmrnni Pa sjsr Aiaat, Tapaka,