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so their amies)
The Genevieve Who Tools: a Boy
Gcnevlev a (harming iiiiib.
Fho "was. !n fact, a charming widow,
and (bat Is very Imixnt ant Indeed.
James was na nice n young man ts
ever executed a clean Klmvo with a
afo.ty razor or fretted about, tho wny
his trousers n presieed. Though,
for (he matter of (lint. Jimim wits no
ladies' man either, and not more In
lovo with himself than a young ninti
bus a rlfclit to bf.
Genevieve wan not only rlim mlng ;
she. was also eoveial years old. Not
an impolite number of couieee; but
more Junes hud .slipped by ! than
had rest their roses upon tho head of
James, fllie had Just about. enough
motioy to take lovely cure of hcic1f;
but 6lio also had to tale lovely caro
of her daughter, who fulfilled U tho
letter that old, but (run raying mud
by (ho wis Latin people about "'Mater
puJchra, f.'.U puhlrlor," hl li, being
translated, means that mamma used
to bo as Good loohlng an daughter la
Daughter was sixteen and In a
James met Genevieve. r.t a dinner,
where tho was Ioohing lovely, and
where ho. was no lui ;;- :is to t;i!:o
her In. She was lovely. Her hair was
very soft ard rdmoit a tree corn yel
low, and that shade of hair Is tho
easiest thing In tho world to hoe;
from turning gray. AH a wiso woman
needs i3 per wvH. never mind what.
AH she neei's i:; to tal.o It lu time,
and It will never fade at A',.
Ornovleve'a hair was not. at nil arti
ficial; and her eyes were as bhw as
could be and l ad a nattir.il baby stare
that many younger wonicn would have
given all their beautiful r.witc'te s to
own. Vouns Jcniilo was tr.ll.T by two
Inches and her h.ilr wan smooth and
black rmd shining. Hi.i tho v:m at
James fell bad over beel3 In love
with Genevieve. Ho was wonderfully
good to look at himself, being an
athleto and currying himself with a
wing and a swagger to his shoulders
that Broke of puro, physical arrogance.
"She tet Him
111.1 5'..i).i6:tltn was not
very l.ind. and no jrenllu that
Kilght leal l.lin. And b!io did.
(Jenevievo lool.ed at James and
thought to her-lf, "lie l.s a mo::t !n
convetiient are Jut too youn; for un
nil JliFt too old for Jennie, 1 Mil'I'O.i
1 had better not havo him about."
l'ut sl:o was not rom.iil'.r ;d be. aUH"
James ar.: ca!l!n;r verv n .t af
ternoon In h'.y. tourit'g nr. And 1 n-
tered v . Kis d! fiMere In l.irf manner
fir.l v.or.,1.!,) In !.!-, hi,:, bla.di eye.!,
f'.i-nevicfvo yuw Hid d!l!ii' ami re."')
lately tie. lined to mi tli worship.
James said. "IH ome out for a d. ive
nd f:!i-l OJt ItOW ti: tiirttiK f els. I
:.) :-uro you nio j alo fr the n-e.l ef
frch air'" And Gei,eieve i,:ihl, "I
am clwavs t-aie. hut It hi very
you, and I r.hall he i harmed."
o :-.h di. i J me.i n,o'o:i t.ll
r.rtiJT.fOll arid Jar,:eH had lie.ver
liurh a rood time In all hit. life,
had lit !e evoerleiu o with women.
tieo Ja ;nrf.
Jari.e i.m.o (.round th i:rt r.fior
hnon, and tl.-a t; next. Tho third,
ltra! (iein :t v a.-i not at lemu-. riho
wai, in 'till, hohilrv; a Heiloua eonver-
at Ion with hc'u.ir. f-Un wan yUr,
that Jn:es as m i' li too jo.mff for
ber. Of eourso, !;hody known what
ll.fit iv.il to. Shu co'lM mill:" him
hui rier t'ma ar.y mere plrl ht Knew
tnen, and an unha; .v man ;;?' v.oul l
a line hT to flU're.- Iai u hai'i
Wheu sho doubted ah.. nt Younf.
Jnmes ai to how thin would bo after
a whllfl for Mm "11b wand tn -1""'
jno," nh wh! i;,ered to her doubt ami
ervshed them out of nlxhl. Though
h- Vj-,v irf'' tly ll tln l"ul I l't
Voiiet ee,.n. tl:to tho f.HeH nf her
friends w h'
Jame v iu UKliinix-u.
I net think or !''. b-'
14 iuj d' h'g tl"."'
l'ut ths -a mil
raj?e C i;vk'
,'tii A . V i
J ; ' ) : VA I -,
Ml if I
Ml -m ll
Her to H!s
for which ieoid ulwayo laugh ao at a
woman -.(, o was falling headlong In
lovo with a man her junior twelve
yenra, to bo exact. And when she w aa
fifty- which would not bo for a long,
loni; time, she (old herself her hus
band would bo jiiot thirty right.
James Hjmhe near the end of a sum
mer of outdoor recreation which had
mudo lil in neglect LU businers and re
duced her wardrobe to one evening
froi k and n Iiouko dreps or two. And
when ho did apeak, she put her two
little, hands into his and let him Rath
er In r light to that throbbing joung
heart of his.
Genevieve felt guilty about not l.uv
inpr Jer.nlo to tho wedding, which took
plit' o In October. Hut Jennlo had vis
ited friends in the west all vacation,
find had lout a week of tho openlnjr. so
plia was working very hard, her teach-
r raid. Po Genevieve just w roto and
told her; and Jennlo was a little hurt
and felt that mamma hud acted rather
rat lily without consulting ' her, and
wrote and told hr-r so. Jennie was .
eapahlo young woman.
James was very happy nt tho tliuo.
Kven when nho took her hair down,
Genevieve was Btlll charming, and that
is a tcrt which no woman part thirty
M:rs to meet, unless her hmbaml Is a
perfectly well-trained husband, and
used to her anyway.
About Christmas Jennie camo ')on;o
for tho holidays. Jenr.Io was now
seventeen; and when ph.o was Intro
duced to her stepfather, her new .step
father nearly had a fit. K'r.o was us
tall as he, and lool.ed old enough to bo
Wh.'-n this happens In utor'es, it. Is
only up to the point of the young man
bclriR en gaped to tho mother of tho
grownup dauehter. Then Us father,
who has hnown tho mother in his
; outh. always comes alonr; and rescue s
his boy at tho roi-t of an illusion or
two. Hut James was not In the rcucu-
nblo Ktago. Ho was married.
That Christmas a col'eee friend of
Genevieve camo to call on her; rud ho
was stout and bald and had a tall son
with him who was in business with his
father. Of course, father had married
Then Genevieve had r. letter from a
girl friend of her youth.
"Pear Genevieve," wrote Kate. "I am
to bo in your eily soon and would so
love to see you in your homo."
Of course, Kate was Invi'ed to se
Gerevievo in her home. Kate was a
bit older than Genevieve, to begin
with, and 6he weighed two hundred.
James, in his anguish cf soul, groaned
that she was a hund.-ed and w-e!ghed
thrive. Hut ono mu. it make allow
ances. Kato was Introduced to James, and
she looked down at him ho was so
ridiculously young anyway and then
she raid, "Why, Genevieve, what a
nice boy ho is! Just about my Wil
yum's ago" though, goodness knows,
Wilyum was five years your.r--r. And
then h1i said, "I am Jur.t going to give
him a kiss for Wily urn's fake." And
Hut James and Genevieve were mar
ried. And after a whi: Jennie had a
dear little t-ls'er; and she was very
vexed nbout it,
Now, in this l.outicho'd there ar
two young people, an eld jrson ar. l
n baby. Hut somehow they are not
mated properly. James does not fall
in lovo w ith Jennie. Ho is a nice man,
and ho is Kick of falling in lovo any
way. A 'id Jennie d'.os not lK-come the
victim of a f-ecret, j as ion for her
atep papa; because .!r.n'e Is a nice
girl, and, becides, as things stand,
aH!M? In lovo looks a might y i oor
b''ln'fs to .Tmnle. H'.t to by that.
they do not feel tl... in
their positions vo,:lJ l,j
a d .
How V'T, ay iiiCon:.". ui' y il
two ;oi!mt thh.rs fed is a jo
in. i.-i-t pif.lo and pier. i".a(.o to
( ; nei ieve feels.
n s..o '.vac
r, both of
n.et a gay
m x. !..:rn-
tiling with 1
v i u : 1 1 are' h
i ;!) v of hull
s, one of v. 1:
ed In tut audible voice
hud 'i far more like 1
"Tho little gill
r ni'p'her, eloe'-n't
.M, I y Aemriiti ! I..
. ra i i
Invited to a ShaWedown.
r..siel!ii'ori Is a g'Kid man ti
Invite.- to I tike lum he-on with youthc-o
cl.iys This is the reas'wn be tell
" was j.:ft putting on my hat and
ecat to go out to my midday milk and
ciuiki'ii baminet v hen Helm cau.e
along anu sr'i'i:
"Coiriee and lunch with me. I know ,
a Rwel! htcei not far from here.'
"I accepted, vwuide-rltig et the same
time what had como over Helm, f c r
he is known at the (dflro 'tightwad.'
I! v.'.-.r. n awedl Utile place and wo did
gi I n good lunch, tend when the checks
c'uuet Helm took them boih and then
p.iid to tho wal'er: 'Pnr.g n sorim
"1 wondeie-d what the dice ttera
tor, but when they arrive! Helm
" Nor, I'll tell what wol! tlo WbV
thr? to Mte who piiyi .hi I 111' "
Made Safe by L dia E. Pinkhani's
OraTiitville, Tt, "I was pas.iinff
throuirli thnt'lianpoof I.ifeaiiclfiulTereil
i nil other aiiiioyiii
symptoms, ami I
jean truly say that
I.ydia K. J'inkham a
pouu'I has proved
, worth iuoimtaiiis of
crohl to me, as It
rout.tre.l tiw titatti
..land strength. 1
never forget, to teil
my friend what
Lvdi i K. rinkham's
'eeUiblo Compouml has done for run
duriii? this tryi'itf in-riocl. Complete i
restoration to lualth means so nie:i
to rnothat for the sake of other stilfer
injr women I am wining to make my
trouble inihlio s you mav publi.su
this letti r." Mlts. ClTA-t. liAK'.LAT,
U.F.D., GrutuU-viile, Vt.
Xo othr ineclicino for woman's ills
has rece ived sin U w hle-spread ami un
epmliilecl eml'r"eMiii'i'.t. other tne.i.
l ine we know of has ptich a record
f f c ures ns luts l.ydia L. litikLam's
l'or more than ?!0 years It lias Ix'ea
S'tiriiifT woman'; ills sne'i as io'iamma
tion, uli'er.iti'ui. hbroi.) tumors, irrer
nlarities, jve rioelic pains and nervuii
jc.ostrati'Jti, ami is is unequalled. f':r
ftirryit'.fr women twfely throufli th'j
perieid of change of life.
?Trs. Piiililiom, t I.vrin, ?r.T;
invitrs all sic'k M"omn to v ritrt
her for al ie . Her aiice Litre.",
0,w always hclpf u.L
1 he tirt done of i en a-tonlMief the tnxi.J,
tfilnjj elaf u:it v i minel , buo jmy Of toJ ,
n'iUii.- huvrl and K tid fl h. I'rl;r. 2S ctfc
All f-i-a, mtnii'V .jrowrr
N.l, fit J tt;v t'Vef i J i f i r : t:i!.
t i-Mi : m I hfjttiii, r anil
'Vtt't y) .tt: :irr. lit -Jrrfiife a :. y
" Y.'ir.iam I).. an How ells.
ct a tea at
00 n "trefct."
ho had just
i:.;-ed us all
e-r r,c at!y a
Lis arartnwnt .11 Ha
said a magazine editor wh
r"t urne-d from London, "am
with ren.ir.i.-eences .f Xcv
Mr. llowells hit eff rc.t'...
notorious ceh hrily of Wail
"'Whci that m..:i can."
st rt et.
n 'ilf',' he said. 'ee
;- d was tied up i:i
re hlef. Today '
11. smiled and sT'Ked hi
Today everythit.!? he p.c .--- -es i
i:;i ir. his wife's 1..1:. :...' "
PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS
was tt called with ui r.e
years, ily face was the
;e-d, but it c-ausftf great
t. al-o s'.:T. : iug and 1 s
I'.rct there apivjrej i
le s v hie n r cor tai;.
: te :
'a a. l. .
perplexity w n
or ai.; w hero b i
1 l lils and c tl.e
the y failed Cii'.i 1. ti iy.
t- ;!!.. Up W he a Lot!. I
but someti.Tt told ni i
cura. Soap and (j':.T:t
a Cuti' ura i:..kV-t. v. hi
fu"y. '1 he : I 1. : l.t
Soap and I :.t an
the dlree "i i.s 1 w a. re!
d.!vs. 1 , d C... i.ra
irig my f.iee, and aj pi:
)...: :.: "n'.: g atol
tr.- it;..- r.t. brought mai
.1. with It f
n cured ecn;
hfully sjy that il.
not only a'!,
i to be " .s
p'e of e;i
O r.' mt
s;,!d I y Jr
UH 1), 'A i ; 'i
j Peculiar Indjst.-y.
j A:t ic.i or-nt lud'.s'ry at.d
! cihar to S: ...ei is itie n,. .!.-..'
' e atiel he !..,! ai::!..
"What d you rL.i.k w
good motto for ii e ai..!or;'
"Ve'reeka to tlie r.e klet,'
fruiL ftfiM If
h-Iii ; (rt''
I j, iiwnen you need a remedy
io-Tor COUGHS COLbS
I WISH AT LAST CAME TRUE
Arbuthiiot Wit he red fie Hal Lorg
Wanted to Bo Alone Witli
"I run in
r!d Arbnthnot Wither
luck to find joj al"ri, this
"(,' replied Genevieve Granctllot,
"do you coriNlder it incfcy to be ulorm
"Wliy Hhonldn t 17"
"i I don't know. I have nTer
tlmught about it before."
"Haven't you ever wished that you
and I might be all alone togi'tber?"
"Why ghotild 1 wti-h that?"
"1 don't know. I wih you had
"Have you ever wlHhe-d it?"
"A great many timeh."
'('an you ak mo why?"
"Perhaps I could could guess."
' Would you earn If 1 chould tell you
"I I don't know. IK) you think I
ouirht to let you tell me w hy?"
"I wish you would. I am going to
tell you. It is because I"
' ilecaio-e you what?"
"I wonder if you will hate me after
I have told, you? liather than have
you elee ide that we can no longer be j
'frl'-nds. I v. i.jld cany the secret to my J
"O, phase; don't do anything 1-ke
that. I am sure I shall not hate you.
I could never hate you, no matter
w hat happened."
"Do you mean that. Miss Grar.dilot
"Of eiiiiii-p. Why shouldn't I?"
"I shall risk all, then, and toll you.
I have wanted to be alone; w ith you be
cause because I love you because I
have wanted to a.-.k you to be mine!"
Then the beautiful girl's mother
Blob! away from he r place be hind tho
curtain and tiptoed up the; bac k stairs.
To Farm on Copper Lands.
A party of Houghton capit
have under ee nsiih-ration the es'.feb
lishm.ent ;.t. v. point cm the Copper
Har.ge raiiioad south of Hoi:gi'.t'.n of
e perin.' i.tal fa: ;u. The
already bee n secured, but
etit hvnx ily titnlx re-d.
1 Li; taken duiing the com
to cut the timber, and
sprim; the .'lumps will be
id the land made ready for
early m t
e-oitr. a: ion.
It is hardly probable that
croj s will be planted before 1912, but
the. enterprise when established will
prove cue of the biggest from an agri
cultural standpoint in the copper
c nun try. Mi bican Manufacturer.
A piece cf old fa.-h.ioned candle wlc k
worn f.round the leg in the garter
place, next to the skin, will prevent,
cr, cure, rrintp in the ealf of the leg
or in the foot. I h-ive proved this by
pers' TuU experience; I lelieve th:
would prove effectual in preven'irjg
swiru Biers' cramp: those liable to
cramp while In tue water would be
wise to try it. Cot'onbattir.f!. wrap
ped round the body from the arm-pits
downward, saved the life cf a man
Buffering agony from paint' rs' cramp;
j Leading a Dog's Life.
j 'Your husband nayi !: '. ads a
1 don's life," taid one wo:n:.n.
"Yes, it's very similar,'' answered
the o er. "He cornea in wi'h muddy
: feet, makes hims -if cuiiiiortable by
I the hie and waits to be fed." Kv ry
' body's Magazine.
Vhen the Worid Was S'ade.
V.'hvn l.o:.iie returned from her firet
vis.: to Sunday school she was ar.ked
hat she had learned.
'God made the world in six davs.
if.d was a re ted on the seventh day,"
as her version of the l- r-sor. I r.. i rt
ed. I.!; I iuroit s.
Glad to Get Rid cf Her.
.' t in r divoree'."
es, hut she was tcrrll
d in a Ye.u kr.e
. t a k f s
f.o t tl
:.n i ft
.cr.i . ..I! : a f.
! e-.ds: 'At. :
infan s and
lfe and sure remedy for
children, and see that it
' For Over 30 Ytmira.
-!: t.'rv for I'lvtchvr's Ca.-torla
Tit. 1 -er.
-v to t
:: :. ::.iv!i
rc me c!e :
T.e ..' .-
. 1J UOt pU
IT'e F.Il h r
g a Se.
IVtur a live dog than u '..!! alarm.
S ' f 1 ? 1 ! 5 ' J
Baua.Jinii6iy, trhuiy, gresy hair. Uvet "LA
A Fly Paradin.
First Iloonefty-- lowly, o'id p!T
What sort of a peninn have you hue! 7
Peeond ITy Much (he name as
tiai'al. Uldn't take any outing thia
year. I'm at. my tl.l cjuartt-rs In lb
livery uliihle. "
t'irf.t Fly- Pretty dull, I sl.cnld ay.
Tra been In doner. Ttat'a rii;bt. If
there ever was a fly Kden I found It
lJieten. No screens, ImlelheHded owts
er, baidheaded baby, flypaper easy to
eat ami three fate w omen ho couldn't
wat an elephant. I'm going hue k
there next Hummer.
Some Shakespeare Statittic.
A Shakespearian enf hiifclnut with a
turn lor statintlcs has dlhcovered (hat
the ph.ys contain IOC ,(107 lines unci
&M,7fcO words. "Hamlet" Is the Jong
eft play, with r:,!':!0 linen, nnd th
"Corned of Kirors" the shortest ,
with 1,777 Urn?;. Altogether the plays
contain 1 227 characters, of which 157
are femules. The longest part 1 that
of Hamlet. The part with the longest
word in It is that of Ctftard In "Ixive's
Iabor I-ost," who tells Moth that h'e
is "not so long by the head as honoii
It pays to be bonest
-at least it pays
FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES. ITJDI&LSTIOH
OIUWACH. 1AS AW r fcJCJGfcJX 1 A I rUl CUT'S
ElUCXJSNF.SS.WrrH MOST satisfactory
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO
IN THE CIRCLE
CN EVERY PACKAGE CFTH
THE WONDERFUL POPULAR rry OF TMI
OF Fid AND EUXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANLFACTURULS TO OFFER IMiTATlONi IN ORDEB TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE
CUSTOMERS IF A DEALER A5K3 WHICH SIZE
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH, WHEN YOU ASK FOB
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR
ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL H.M THAT YOU WISH THE
GENUINE. KANUFACTUr-E SY THE CALIFORNIA FtG
SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS EUT OT.E GENUINE AND THAT TF 15 MAffU
rACTURED BY THE CAUFOP.NIA FeG SYS UP CO OlLY
NOTE THE NAME
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROVS.NEAB THE BOTTOM. AND IN j ' T. f ; j
THE CIRCLE. REAR THE TOP OP EVERY PACICAGE.OF THE frx.:: 'J "T'
GENUINE O-E SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEAWWCi MArl'i 'rK:Ki'
ERUGGiSTS REGULAR P1UCE Vk FES BOTTLE. W PACXAGS.
syrup or res and eldcr cf senna is espectauy aeijtt& to the atrrss op
LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT tt K1LD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFtTXTTVE, AM
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM GBJECTWNABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY BENEFtClAL
f OR WOMEN AND FOR MGN. YCLtG A NO ceLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEApC DRUCG3TV
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
ei.. t - ta.. - .
t I.O teP yTje
fi O.i. iA ii
CFG KM WEOICAt CO..
' I- . . .' V-N v, ' 'I
1 i - v-., . v r 1
rrurincrs v.ho have quit seeking for the one
best ammunition because they've found it.
If yea are judge of RimunitH'i, K..-bin IIcmkI ill be a
revelition to you. li'ead of a liirf cxplos.on that wtuteat
half the fe n ori "kie k" our Siieeke ie-si fj.u'di.T burn pro
frresbivtdy li clm the barrel and the kJ a trctuerv
tio'is vekicity as it haves the gieti.
IVovo for yourself that It. 11. hr.ts farther, get? there
quicker and loLs b.erd r. (j-t our Mk.I hi..lis or MetaiUc
LirrK!i."- fn na your d -a.'e r and iiulee a u.e cf ro-uiti.
K:ud for oi-r iulctvatiiig UxAkL,
FtOmx noon amsiitmtiox co.
r, v e' lrr c . e?. e Ir r
IV. L. DOUGLAS
2.E0, 3.0D, 3.ED & M.C0 SHOES
hltn and Women wear W'XJoug1a thoea
becaujuo they are the bet ho product in
thi country for the price. lnut upoa bav
Lng theen. Take no olher make.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
I"he assutince Lliit g-e w ith an ,J-
reputdtiiin a your astuance in Luying
V. L. Dougl-U tboex. j' '
i C.tiJJ !aLe you mli my Lrg fi.1ofics
at Brockton. M.us.. and ahow ycxi bow
carefully V.L-Doug!.i tho ate maJc, you
wookl then unijVrvL.-cJ w hy LSey are wtf.
ranted to hJd teir thatx". nt betirt
wr.ii lociirer man any Uhermaeie lot ttrf
CA'JTICM lUV'l fcm,T" W' i
e-nil' eein w. i. 1
r. , o!... Show mhi
Ai.eii.Aj), iu 4ja rt-, tra Je. luatv, M
m-fertieMWetteTtT" ireMie'TieieIMefW? uiiwi,
CHkOLt." HAIH UrtasaJKtt. frtitt, l.OO, fiVfaT
To rV-i! n Umbrdla.
To mend an umbrella that tei-
loom front the lib at the point, v het
you are on the g're 1 1 und ne'K'llei no. I
thread are not. available, dose the um
brella and brlrgiiii; the cloth la pi
Kitlon, insert a snmll hairpin li. the
Iiole of 1ho lib. and wind seci.re!
Brousid cloth. Thifc 'Tr,t aid to the In
jured" I no efficient Jon will I
tempted to leave it pet mar.eiitly. '
A -wroirnin thinks a me.n is scmible
If be (ell her that she l b.'imisorret.
Eczema All Over Eaby'a Body.
W!i!t mjr l iiby tr,n finer rrennlltf ol.I
his f.i'fl brnke out eMih etveuia eiei (
KXteH'n liHieillm ox ajee hc i.x-yu Leio.ii ;t'el
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