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WTH ILLUSTPATTOrO 8V oom c. vn.o
Before th week hid ended th
"Black Petrel" filled her aall for liar-
taria. with Greloire's parting word
of advlco repeating themselves la La
'"Wind up jour affair la Louisiana.
Won ami, and do aa th emperor de-Ires-
ittura to France, and assume
your own nam and rank."
So bark to I-oulnlana be tailed, with
hi mind In turmoil that gar un
wonted auterl(jr to hi manner, and
awed hi crew Into much (peculation.
The fever of hi first Impulse hat
ing now abated, he began to upbraid
himself for having left Pierre, and
wondered if anything evil might have
befallen hi foter-brother. Day by
tlay. as the "mack Petrel" drew nearer
to Bxrataria. he kept hlmseir busy by
tiuerylcg as to what. If any, change
would be found there, and a to what
progress the war had made.
Louisiana, and especially New Or
leans, mart. In his Judgment, be des
tined to bear a hare In the conflict
even though this might not be until
the eleventh hour; f.r the imum-mIod
of the MtKxiHKippI and its valley had.
for many years, been a dream of Great
Night and day. thinking matters
over, he resolved that hi next step
would be to gather what be might of
men and (hipping and wealth, and. la
the hope of wiping all stigma from hi
name, offer these to the Governor of
Ioulslana, for ate In warring against
the English. And the pmslbtllty of
thla opportunity being afforded him
with It reward a pardon for himself
and men. covering all past offense
the rehabilitation of blmce'.f before hi
wrorld. made hia blood tingle.
Thl accomplished, he would return
to Prance, assume his father's name
and rank, and stand ready to serve the
And the Island Ro?e. how had she
teen faring all this time, and what.
mid the changed conditions be was
H T-; M A
"You know my scrt, Plrr;
marpii g out for himself, would bo her
Th remembrance of the last time
be had seen ber. with her gtrlUh face
and form manlfeittiug such shrloklng
terror of him. had Us sorrow now
lightened by (he hope, so strong In his
hwart, that he would be able to redeem
tilmwlf In her estimation.
The "Black Petrel," keeping a sharp
1'Vikout for English vessels, stole Into
the tiuif of Mexico, and sped across It
Then, turniug to the east and north.
Infill made for the western shore of
Giaudn Terr and the harbor of Bara
taria, where, In duo time, the brtgan
t.ne dropped anchor.
It wa the evening of lAfttte ar
rival, lie and t'lerm were alone to
gether, ami, being uuable to count u li
on unlimited privacy, they seated
themselves for a fuii talk aud corupar
Imiti f notes, Jean to give Pierre the
particulars of bis recent trip, and lo
tiear from him an inouut of the hap
penings at lUratarla and New Orleans.
"1 with. I might have been with you
tn Toulon," Picit sal J. with what
wound ill liko a sigh. "I have a longing
to see France again before I Ci."
"Before oi die!" repeated Jean,
a slight touch of tetliies In hi ton
Why do you talk thus? On would
think you wrre threescore, at leant. Id
etead of a stalwart giant of half those
years;" and he lauKhel, half pi) fully,
There waa no answerlug amlle on
Pierre's face, which wss attain turned
to the Are. I hit after a nummulary
silence he said. altraclrl'y, a If
thinking aloud. "I cannot glie a gid
r ann for It. but there baa of late
been something like a conviction grx
Ing upon me that I have not much
longer to live IVthsps" and he
raised l;li ee to Jean wondering
fare "It l nothing more than that I
"We will wind up our affair here
and go to France," declared Jean de
cisively. "ltoue thyself, Pierre, and
teak no wore in suth a fashion.
What nofisense! thou, after all the
danger w have met and overcome to
gether, to bava such a premonition! I
think, my brother," and the tone
tirotigbt a gratified sparkle to the other
maa eyes, "that thou bast oald
BY ftiAHY IpVEREUX
"Missed thee! Aye, In every way, as
I ever do when wo ar apart. Put
omehow It waa a taste worse
Ihle time, perhaps because thou wert
away In France, where, a thou hat
aid. I am growing homesick to go."
"And. as I have alio said, we wilt go
together, and soon. W will return to
I.anguedoc, thou and I, Pierre, and see
the old gardens, and roam In the park,
and try to be boy once more." The
word ended with a Joyous laugh.
"And read of I)e Soto, and Pliarro.
and the talea of Louisiana?" added
Pierre Interrogatively, a curious sad
ness touching his voice.
"Nay, Indeed not." replied Jean, so
bering at once. "We have lived too
many practical chapters of a like sort,
my Pierre, to ever again enjoy tbe old
"And the emperor." said Pierre Ir
relevantly; "to think of his keeping
the little box of paper for thee!"
"Yet It was like him to do uch a
thing." asserted Jean, with vibrant
tone and glowlcg face. "Ah. if but he
were back In Frame, and free from
those cursed English!"
"Aye." Pierre affirmed, a growl
sounding In his voice. "Tbe English
there on Elba, their power behind the
throne of France, and their ship
sneaking in here to snatch at Louisi
ana and tbe Mississippi. Cursed Eng
lish, say I."
From what Pierre told him that
night, Jean I-afttle knew, as clearly
a though he hod remained at Bara
taria. all that had transpired since hia
This had been shortly after Gen.
Andrew Jackson defeated the Crek
Indian at the battle called Tohope
kah." a disaster that broke their pow
er, and compelled the English to cease
reckoning upon them a allies. And
after thi signal victory Gen. Jackson
had been given command of tbe Sev
enth military district, which Included
tbe State of Louisiana.
It wa now very evident that New
for the present let it rest."
Orlean was It be attacked as soon a
r Ibe English could concentrate a auf.
ficlent force for that purpose; and
Gov. Claiborne had called a session of
the legislature, beside taking all other
measures In hts power toaard raising
means for defense. Hut the legislator
were slow to co-oerate with him; and
the same malcontenta whe scheming
had already wrought auch harm to
lxuiln were using all possible
means to neutralise tbe governor's ef
fort. As lafllte listened to all lhi, be
congratulated himself anew that the
"lilack Petrel" lay anchored safely
before Grande Terre. He fell also that
no time could have been more aus
picious for making the offer he pro
(wed to lay before the govcrr.ur. aa
offer of service by himself and hi
follower. In ronslderatbm of pardon
for all past misdeed, whether actual
When be voiced the thought and
plan to Pierre, the latter agreed un
reservedly; aad both, men ere con
fident of their ability to obtain the sc
qulencence of their followers.
"Hut thlr.k you. Jean." inquired the
more raullou Pierre, "there Is not
reaon to dutiht. if Gov. t'laltoirti ac
cept our offer? I do not wish to damp
en thy ardor; but we mut remember
the threats he ha made against the
"Me surely will not make tha mis
take of refusing our ervlce In auch
an emergency at a time when every
man able to bear a gun will be sorely
reeded In New OrU'sns." was Jean
confident reply; and Pierre rained no
more doubt that nijjlit.
Among the other Item of Informa
tion he bad glten (and which, al
though of slight Interest to himself
were otherwise to his listener), wa
that fount de Caiencau had. at la
K.xhe s invitation, closed his house In
New Orleans, and gone wiih his grand
daughter for a visit to the former's
plantation, la Tele de Kaux, near the
head of llayou Hlenvenu; also that jl
Hm he had taken thl occasion to per
suade bla ward, the Re nor It a laialle.
to )ln bla bouse party. j
"He I now a general In fn state
militia." Pierre added; "and" with a
laugh "It la common talk la Kw Or- j
lsna that 1 mad f .r love of l!
"And b?" Inquired Jean carelessly
a be patted tLe hea4 Of a bound
crouched by his chair.
Plen shrugged hi broad shoulder
"She I a woman; who, therefore
may say what atie think, or will d
or not do?"
Jean laughed a be knocked tfa
he from hi c!gr
"Thou bast a poor opinion of th
fair ones, my Pierre,"
Have I? If o, It waa thysell
taught me the Jesaon."
The laughing face sobered at once,
and a troubled look came into the eye
Pied upon Ilerre'a half mocking one
"By you, Pierre, that I taught you
any such lesson?
"Aye, that you have, with your acorn
of women and their way a. Seeing
through your eye. I long ago learned
to look upon women as but snare, tc
lova whom bring mischief and th
ruin of a man' heart."
Pierre wondered at the gentleness of
tbe tone that answered. ""If ever I
taught you toicb a thing. I taught, tin
knowingly, something I never believed
myself; fr think a true woman la a
thing to reverence a the saint, and
trial love In a man's life I like " He
stopped short, and his dark face took
a dreaming look as be gated Into the
After a short alienee he continued
'The lack of love in a man's life Is
like a world without sunshine, or a
lamp without oil without light. And
to live always in darkness would make
life little worth the living."
Pierre had been taring at him. and
a be stared hi slumbering wits awak
In a groping but certain way. he be
gan to rightly suspect the possible
cause of a hitherto puu'.ing change he
had noticed in hi foster-brother, and
satisfied a to this, he now blurted out
"Jean, my brother, tell me who it
(he you love?"
Jean started, and his brow con
tracted Into a frown
"Thou art not angry w ith me, that 1
"Angry!" The word wa repeated
v ith a soft laugh, a if the suppotttion
were too absurd to call for refutation
"And she loves thee in return?"
Pierre ventured, encouraged by the
Jean shook his head, and a bitter
sadness touched the still smiling lip
"Not love thee!" exclaimed Pierre
Incredulously. "Then she niUFt be
blind, or a fool." he added, .n audden
"Neither the one nor the other, mv
Pierre." Jean answered, as he rose
from his chair. "I had never thought
to ask her love, nor knew that I loved
ber, when, by accident, she discovered
that I waa the terrible pirate. I-sfltte
and shrank from me as if I had been
the plague, or death Itself. That was
long ago; and I have not since laid
eye on ber.'
Thera was a world of suppressed
passion soundlug underneath the r;n
of mockery In his voice, and Pierre
saw bis hand tremble as he laid h:i
arm aitalni-t the stone support of the
chimney and looked doan Into Ihe etu
Pierre now roue and tossed his riRar
into the flreplaee. appearing to think
there was nothing more to be said
Hut he turned quickly to Jean ax the
latter, laying a hand tiin his foster-
brother's shoulder, added. "You know
my secret. Pierre; for the present let
It rest where it 1. and give no heed
as to who she Is. I may yet win her;
and I may cot. If I do then you snail
know her. and you w i;i love her; o(
t!iat I feel assured
"Well you may. my Jean, if she Is
Oear lo thee; for that she must now- be
"Aye: and God bless thee for a tru
other self." said Jean, grasping the
other a hand. "That 1 could know
wit hoot the telling. 8ti:i It ts pleas
ant to hear thee say It. 1 will clear
my name. lterr -thlre and mine
that must be first. After that we
(To be continued )
DRESS OF THE JUNGLE LADY.
Simple Costume Sufficient for Her
The low rate Siamese of the junele
have few wants, and live like animals
eating chiefly wild fruits and rice.
which they talsx In small clearer!
rpots, wheteier they happen to lem
porartly settle. Uk-e the Karens, tne
Jurale peaipl of Hurma. they ar al
ways on th move, and In common
with all low caste Siamese are petty
thieves of an Incurable propensity.
Yet Ihey ate oliedlent servile to an
unpleasant tit gree for white blood.
They manufacture nothing save rrud
el domes! lo household nceit les
aud personal ornaments from batnlxxi.
Clothe are of slight consequence On
Ihe Jungle elite they go uncovered.
men aud women, auote the wain!, the
panutig reaching within four Inche of
the knee; but deep in the Jungle they
ate practically naked.
Their suiitle implement Is a lor
bis. led, butcberlik knife. ned a path
maker, a weupon (together with a
wood spear) and Industrially In fh
toning out of the ubiquitous hambtio
their ornament, their bucket, their
rope, their string, their houses and
the food rvceptaclcs which take the
plate of pots and pan and plates.
Nearly all of the Jungle folk on both
sides t f tbe Siam Hurma line tattoo
the thigh, sometimes from knee lo
hip. more t f'en from the kcee to only
six Inches above. The design may be
a turtle, or the much dreaded tiger
dona elaborately, but the one nto
frequently seen, and the simplest, I
sort of lace or fringe pattern la th
mlJdlw of th (high, or Just below th
knee. Ilka garter. The women do
not ta'too, believing ta beauty a
adorned; heavea knows they av4
THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE.
airs. S. W. Marine of Colorado Spring
Bjin to ft the Worst Doan
Kidney Pill tsvsd Her,
Vfrs. Karah Marine, of 4: Pt, I'rala
ftT-r Colorado Pprlocs. Colo.. Pres-
dstt of the On Eyrie Club. wrl':
f suffered for
three years wlta
ache. Tbe doc
tor told n ssy
kidney were af
frted and pra-
crtled m 4 V
I ine for tbe. but
I I found that It
a( only a waste
of 1 1 m and
money t tsk
them, and began
l.i tear that I
would never get
well. A friend
advised me to try Doaa's IJdney pJs
Within a week after I began using
tbem I was so much better that I de
cided to keep np the treatment, aad
-new i oaa use a a liUJe over two
boxes I was entirely well. I have cow
enjoyed the bent of health for more
than four month, and word can but
poorly expres my gmtirode."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cent. Foster-Mllbura Co . Buffalo. N.T.
As soon a a man Is elected to office
be makes his chief buisness working
for a second nomination.
tVflsnce Rtarch I aruaranteed btsre-eet
ana test or money refunded. 1
w ceoiw. i ry it now.
Don't waste your coin aavertl!ng
for lost friendship or stolen umbreili
advertise something else.
INVENTION OF THE PHONOGRAPH
Thomas Edison Relates Facts Hereto
fore Not Told.
Thomas A. Edition related a fact of
some historical interest a few day a
ago. When he was at work on bla
first phocgrapb many weeks were
consumed In experiment. It is said
that when the talking machine wa
first discovered It w a as much a sur
prise to Its Inventor as lo the world
Tbe wizard ws working on some tele
phone receivers and was led to put a
piece of tinfoil on a cylinder. It rec
orded sound, and Edison was con
vinced that the human voice could be
recorded and produced. When the
time came to make an actual test
Edison, with bis mind on mechanical
details, absentmindeiily tested bis
contrivance with the familiar phrase.
Mary had a little lamb." These words
formed the first record taken by the
Crawford Have they decided to ed
ucate their daughter for a career?
Crasbaw Not yet. They're waiting to
see if she can't gel married. Tow
A KI5E TEAES VICTIX nSTJS A
KI1CEDT THAT CULD3.
lurln Had Tried la ( kprk IllauMk
trnlwul Tbat kamM.
A!l sufferers from weakness or disor
ders of the d:genro organs will r i
With lively iutent the M-a-T of the Com
rletj recovery of Mrs. NeUhe DnrT'mx
from chruuio dyijiepsa which was
thonght to l incuraMe.
" Tu le a:hng for nine vewrs is not a
Terr plrataut expnenre," said Sir.
Darvoux. when aked fir some scomtit
of her illne. ' For two jer I vu
cruo-al'. v ill and could, not attend lo my
nouarbo.d duties, and at one time I waa
) Wtk aud miserable thai I cou'.d ik4
even walk. My trouble was chrooie dy.
pepsuv. I Umine extremely tbta aiid
bad a sw'.low coni4exion. I had u.i ap
petite aud (VHild n t Lake any f jl with-
out saffeiiiig great diatrea."
" Did you have a pbywrian "
" Ve, I took medicine from a d-uen
dlflereut docUws, but without gettiug
any benefit whatever."
" II. w did you get on tbe track of a
Abrt.k alxHit IV.V. tUiams'rink PiH
waa thrown tu oar doorway tuis day.
My buslatud pi, ked It p aud read tt
t!irou),-a twn'fullr. lie was so imivs-
bv the stateuieutsof Iboae w ho UaJ U-u
ctire-1 by that remedy that b imme
diately bonght threw bxxi-s of th JiUl
suid tusinieil on my taking them."
' Did they help yon al once?"'
" I Uvgwu lo feel U'l U-T I )9 seixwd daw
after I startml to use tbe pills aiel by the
lima I bad takeu the tlin-e boxea I wa
utuly well. lr. Williams' t.k 1M1
cau cur even wbeu tl. t-s fail, and
they cur tbvttou(:)i!y f a 1 ug time
tuu r-aaard since my reat-irathi lo hnailh
lid I know tt Is complete aud Uatiug "
The surest way lo make annul d :.-
Iku u logire strength lo th tmnmiow
ccrwe.1. IV. William' link Ihl'.s gi
stet vijmt to Ihe blood. NovKhef reiU
,l v yields such rsuticwl reult.
Mr. IVarvonx live at Nv. tH7 Ruth
Street. m-trMf. Mull. Dr Wtlluuus'
Ptuk IMis ar aud by all druggists ta
every ir of lb wosld Dy-;ti-s
s'.nmM send to the lr. i.liarus Med
ici tie tnuiaiiy, S. beuecta-iv. N. V., fog
a new Uioklet entaUsi WLal U 14
aud Ujw to 1-at "
All That Saved Him. ..
"Now," N'gan the morahrvr, "tak
the life of your ntujhbor, lor instance.
"I'd do It In a tuinute," laterupted
the dcmarallser. "if the law would to!
erate It. lie's learning to p!jr a coc-
L" IVtroit I'Ylbuaa.
"Ar you oa giHvd term wus a!)
your guest?" asked th aew arrival
at lb winter rvwort. "Very gvxxj
terms." chuckled th taadlord of lk
hotel; "ainxil 18 a day. -Ckkavca
A game of karraa rh:'iri wta
yo-jr r wmn tm the lewrd. ts sw to
be p'4 by a Carrrvi.je Vr!(t.
hay ctiatf oA tv-.nL'n was
erT-.ed fa i;s. Ttx irvufl of fke
coonty b'n ta hare a aw e by IMi.
Atmul a year ago g-tal',a kr4 .t
It bad seer4 16 Missouri Pacific
bops. Ji basa l ix ti.rga chs-eriag
A Jlgbt fail of mi wa repine
trnn HheffiH. awear Kaasaa City,
Wtnevf!ar Blgtt. It Bi'ed
The fame of tt Mist'rrrf b Is
twwmtng world wide A P.k cotty
snaa re-ii t t?sre s!nfs vt
errs to Er.g'.and.
Hurl!fcgo Juo'tiiw wanu tba wear
normal school, la t&t rewpwt Bir
liogtofl Juoc.kja i tm a&oul f'rty
other Missouri towns.
They are now u-Uing down at
dalla that tbe beaver feat worn by i.
West Good-aim for forty year, baa be
gun to grow whiskers.
John H. McOk. ose of the ret
know of MLsaotiri's pijneers ti
tn Gallatin at 1:45 o'clock Sa'.srday,
az-4 etrhty-frsur years.
Nevs'a ts trylug to ke! Ias&ar get
the new L-kl Ussaouri xtorbal
school because Unxr helped NevaJa
get tbe asylum for tbe Insane.
Tbe fit Jowepb Oare-.te tiinks we
would have plenty of money la oar Inside-pockets,
if tt was a eaiy to prac
tice economy as to prearh IL
Mrs. C. M. SulUn. who lives b
tweea Oak Grove and Bate City, owes
a borwe that i suppoaed to be tie o:
est in the atate. H ta years o!t.
Aa Osage man tried to move a '.c v
Saturday and hi tinner auacted
a preacher who advised tim to desitu
Thereupon the man whiped the preach,
Since Colorado capita! has bea i
vwwtlng In mining properties at Jopl a.
Mo. tbe paper s IndK-ation trat
there I more gold la zinc mining thaa
W. L Jeffrie, conductor for tt years
on the Missouri. Kansas A Texas rail
road, died at the company hospital at
Sedalia. He was bora in Macon. Mo,
After Joining a "Don't Worry" crab.
Editor William's of the Met Time,
proceeded to get married. Probably
wanta to test his abtty to Hve np
the club rules.
A fund will be raised by Ctniicotbe
rltirens to erect a moo omen t to Neison
Kneac. the who adopted the poem
"Ben Bolt"" to the music which mads
it a famous song.
A number of merchants and bnslnest
men from Moberly. Brookfield. Kirka
ville and Macon met in Macon recently
and organixed the Inter-City Fire
Ba-e county claims one of the old
est living w urn an in the state. Her
name Is Mrs. Easier, who lives sear
Spruce. She is U'l years old. and
does housework and milks the cow.
Tbe Mis-sourt Pacific railway estab
lished a new division headquarters at
Nevada. Mo.. 1th V miles under its
Jurisdiction. J. M. Walsh was appoint
ed superintendent of the new division.
A bill making It a misdemeanor for
dram shop keeper to well liquor
to minor on presentation of an order
from the parent was passed by tbe
uste legislature. Govenor ' Fois
signed the bill.
The Armstrong Herald la the proud
povaessof of a Imotyp machine and
hoids np its bead to ask if there is
another town wi-h iex inhabitant,
that has a paper which sets its type
A He V. Cork re t mi!! tv.-w.aln w'.'.a Us
father. ex-Senator Cockrell. ia bis new
relation as a menU-r of the interstate
commerce commlst-ion. beltg his confi
dential secretary. The ex Senator
does not expect to get borne lo War-ren-turg
An Inquest was held over the body
of Alois Laves. IS year old. who was
killed Wednesday afternoon while at
work at the Heltutiacher force and rol
lag mill In St. Uouis. He was caught
between a pulling machine and a po4t,
and his he.) crushed.
Tbe Rolla New Era asks:" Why arw
not oa rxvada worked Uke railroads?
Why nt.K have a section gang on every
ten or twelve milew, the cnea to ba
paid by the township, county or state?
Where did the Idea ortctnate that wag
on roads are of no Importance."
The following commissioners have
beca appointed by Goveoor FVik to
represent MUnoart at the lwis aad
Clark exposition. IN-nland. Ore. June
1 to October 15; R. II. Kern of St.
IxHila, K. S. Garver tif Gram City and
K. K. K. McJ:my of Su Joaeph.
The cheerful announcement I mada
that the seventeen yr K-usts arw
due in June Tkrr rorpe around wttk
great regularity l sM. sM, wad
so they may bw expected thla year.
Tbey doa't do murh barm, but the la-
rwuni note they maae U by ad aaeaa
Her s a hen story from th sr.ak
editor of the P".!ot Grove Eiitrrpri:
A woman here has a bea that beau tk
(Wf that laid the golden egg Her Us
W near siMed aud ate a J .t sp-
p-:tng tt was ceicw sa-eal Tbea ate
went away asd laid a neV.fMt of bur
eau knots, sat on thm three week
and batched out a complete - of par-
Tbe aieer which ra;ted the expen
sive lawsuit Man-a J.a Mautasa'e
of Mrvo ctwr.ty and F. .laa K:cw of
Ct.artttwi county, wa s4 j recvatly t3
a butcher at Fayrtte at the p!etei!i
lice of Tbe butcher J -eruiol
that be W(.1J s!t s'.ewis fn-tn a IT.-
ivhi steer at wo a.tvance oer tie iul
pnee The sales. sa the Macx
Ttaie Dcmorrat. were o t board
ing houe. where Its perular tv-'ugh-rt
excited no annual criueln. I
A Ityal kliw of FjLera Star w
orcantie-d at l rcr..r Ut week wita
twecty f;ve ckarter Boeo-lH'ss.
Two fcuortrx-d stuiVoi v4 Miiourt
uuuern-y neved a raru rwvntiy anJ
to k tt several tbvk. It was a ttg
IWAValocy t'amw taN.e wt:b a tvw of
bay in th b4t. They bra beti.ww
xutdntntl aad cotue-i sst 1 after I
ocrk ta th RKW-nlng. Everything
that obatrwclej the tvwiw of th kara
waa rvuoivj. irws were cut Va
kad telephon asd siec'rvc !n lre
dasaaged. The Lara wa lakes to the
solvers tr cawipvs aad Wft la front of
th auaia fcui.U-at, kuoaa as Acadia. ,
ata Wws Tot-t Tkavt aa Opwrwtv Wa
tawiaaba Erw Bba Kampwd f
b a fhyWUa l!.s a wmts af
lr.ng w:ui rar e mr. t vwh.
taat al pe-rsxta is M-rvj. tK vey
taagM -f U s a. fa aosd Use (ersUi f
taa or erre Sr her b
w axMyttaOa See f a 1 i of wnamvw ewsw.aj
Um wvarusa tar trprrut.vau.
There arw aa stnt aw vtptn'urm
ts tk ecv'y navyaroe. kxt wkes owe f
Sider great c-s&ber aS ess tit
oewriaa aa-t mati trk e---i -t
Lyda C Plxvir baas' Veat "vas
Jtovad after physBariaB ks A-rm-i
cpera,twn. av srianaa sonrd n -jcit v
owe writbnwt rwt U-riag- " . r
CcwpCTrsd aad wr-..ir V- VxU.mim.
Lyaa. Maaav. lor sdnc. ia fre.
Jf la Karr-et MerwVy of Ti THf4
Etrewt. afwssk:. W av , wrrrvwc
Twr Kra Iakawav
vxrr Lyrav - r&aawain ir4u4 fcaa.
pawaal. Taw wVwrwxw wIhit tnayrl. aj
ta bad emeoans jaarTart aul I mm
caw ataww axrwag. rigwutavad wW
Owmriaa and waab troobie arw ste4
Py on t& tacreaa aaucg- woasew. if
tie mn:h'.r pervad are very fav-sHi.
or too freqarat aad exewwaiv if k
ha r pa- or swl..n- aow dxrn La xh
left aid. bear.&g doai rw-na. levenr
rhw.dont sr t rrrrae f : try Lrds
E Pir.khare a Vef-itab Coccpoaad.
Aiter t raciag ap aad gecmt t trsi
kis a yoosg tnaa kicks hiaself ricioujk
ly for tat leg wasted ao xoca t:se-
A taer SW. rweaar B4 Crew Ha.! W-. w'r
Ta waar Owaif. mis awaa. lad.
It Is always best to exajaine t& eggs
set for batching a week ai'-er they a.-
put under the hens.
atom Flexible and Lasting,
wen t snake out or blow owl; xy ustr.g
Wflaac Slarcsi yoa retain better r
jilt Usan xkoasew wtta any ottw
brand aad wm third snore (or aavaa
Aa expert w'.tnesa is a mas who
doesnt get Ungred c? with blmself
wtea cross-examined by a lawyer.
Most thing that Jsoiis a taty aa
noy old folks.
Wrw. w mi wa lafca, wwaav
fw vmuM . ?C!tM tA . r ,MW a
Occas5c:!y a ssan who mas for off
ice is abie to win txi a walk.
5 paid sscwth'T. w-;j bv a rv sVarw
cf U & fcTv c l re. jxt acre plaaLavmi
rwaranUwd Kvery tv-.,j. aafe-a-Mtfle.L
Arabia "ar.u-.! lit rwv aad lemwry E.
kiJorvJSlOCWd iiAf Lu.Mjx.
If you want anrU!;Bg wetl d.saect.nat
ed. Jit tell tt to a sm&m and tell ber
not to tell It.
at web raloable Inforwvatloa fre abo4
kaw SsitrswsiaH; m foe the wear rwtar
w uxty. iiktikr m.tiZ ncrvSi.
A1U ClTT. -X
Jinks What were yow dotag la tiat
luaks Ob. Just plating ay say
time Clew land l.adee.
r ' rwt a- wt aw -. fc....
SaTt adid to th water Is whicSi
cut f'.oaers staud kvpw thetn freak.
I a Wat kaitr-t Oil (w i-a- p tt i MX
kaa aa aaai tv eviaa aad mK-Juii f
lajisw. Vnait Oprta. tad.. . la. tai
A cloth satra:4 ta Wsu )uic or
and Uwad about a ci or wound U1
TrfO waver bear try ox eMnrl:n
aKwt "larnawvw n.- T Vrr. m a...
I actual It ia nuai.tr and quantity. 1
eanw. 1 rrata. Try It xww ajd a
A ko Wmoaadv taaen before going
ta bvd, will cir a cold on the luaa.
les s n Catting It,
F.ew grooar way Ibay doa't k
INreaac S-.ae. h. Thi ta thciuM is
bat a stAS wa bawd uf (ar ara4.a
rri.tnie vnlr 11 v ta a taa.
wnica Htr wca i k at. ta u n.-i.
taua ls.1,-,. cealaioa ti oa. Icr
ta aaeo wny.
l jst waoi l o. InatraJ f II cav'
t-r aara wtuay Ts.a bu l'!laaw
txarvo. Kc-ii'e a evaicg.
Jeao DiJ )vd e lh rtEg Javk.
ga Vlay? P-eas Vc. two year
ago. Taw a Tx.-t ..
"How iK-r it leel to b fired" they
asked th rxa-rjoiaa. 'I give yi
a av.tthiy ch('!y vvraaata.'," b a:d
slcFtua Ik kia ia aa tnl"!gat
fi:ow. H always trie ta rwaaoa w tta
Slewtb Tried U rvasoa with b.a
wtf! Aa iutUigot fwll-wt Say, tui
saaa. djA xuak aa lajgi; 1 v gja.
txnMSt paw twraaar ttav pT wrrana.
tawru ooww aauaa aad rr-uszm oarai,
sne v waM twi f mi' v. T a -wvw . a-'var
saaa-sg aa raaxaaoav wit I IMi antnas
Pr. tWrU SfMy rww Il.ttt
1 s -a . i.' . w a fti i m a
sai m . a ii.a. I. j . .,
aa tUvwratad toaUi.