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l'ni right, 1905, by
Tha Forged Check.
I.ang, Bftcr leaving Regan, wended
his way to the rt'llotir of Jim ln
cr, flelng admitted, rot a word til
spoken until the twain crc safe from
pare droppers In the detective's pri
vate sleeping apartments.
"Well?'' queried IVnver, taking a
scat upon the t!g ot Ok bed. pre
paring bimerilf to listen to 1 .rings
"I have wade my boast," said I-ottls.
flushed with excitement row that the
time for real action had arrived, "that
I could mb hank In the morning:.
How am I to do It?"
"Forgery! my toy, forcery!" cried
the detective, f'api ins Lang on the
bark. "You have the nerve to pass
a forced check a forged check that Is
"I am at a loss to understand you
a 9 yet."
"It Is easy enough." was Denver's
reply, seating timseJf at his writlrg
desk and filling out a check from his
book. "You arrive at my office In the
morning, timing yourself so that you
are there while Regan la In my room.
I will -then fin out a check for you In
this manner," showing his protege a
check for ten dollar, made out In
his usual open, sprawling; style.
"An expert penman could easily
'ra'se' thia check if he wanted to."
continued Denver, writing another
check, "and make It look like thla new
one.' showing him a check for ten
thousand dollars. "What's to hinder
you from keeping this check for the
teu thousand dollars? Nothing! I
have the money in the bank, and the
bank people will cash It If presented.
In the morning af'er receiving your
check for ten dollars, you show it to
Jack and make some remark about
Values' it. Then you go to your room
"The check ia
and make a bluff at writing and scat
ter a few scraps around the floor.
When you are ready, pass the large
check. It will appear like a forgery
to Golden and Regan, at least, wheth
er I honor the check or not."
"Then you are perfectly willing to
trust me with ten thousand dollars
of your money?" asked l-ouls rather
"I am satisfied to risk this sura of
money to find out where tlve strong
hold uf these viillans is. Knowing
what you are going to do to-morrow, I
can disguise myself and keep you and
the party In sight, up to the very
ga'es of the city we gre looking for "
"I am g'ad to hear you say you
will letp In sight." said Iouls, "for
I confess that I am a little bit shaky
in regard to the outcome of the mat
ter." "I. too. am sad tonlht for some
reaRon or other," said Denver, laying
bis hards rather tiurierly upon I jiu '
shoulders. "It aem to me as if we
are to part for a long time I hope
It is tot forever! I have become at
ta h d to you. and would be sorry
Indeed If I were leading you to your
riath or even disgrace."
"I Ix lieve In jour friendship for
me," rcpilt'd l.ang. as he grasped bis
patron's hnnd. "I am a better nian.
mentally, morally and physically for
the knowing of you, and whatever be
falls me, you rsn rest assured tl st It
will be through DO In ulwt of duty on
"You won't bo alone In your under
taking." said Jim, as If reassuring
himself. "I have succeeded In In
teresting the general government In
this matter and when you need help
you will get It. He true to yourself
and rrovldence will protect you. Hut
let the thought of auddea death be
ever before yon, you will court It In
many ays. Weigh well every word
and every action. I can say no more!"
It was their farewell.
Regan waa In the general office of
the detective agency with Denver
w hen I ang called in the morning. He
saw I.ouls draw Denver Into conversa
tion, while slyly stealing a blank
check from the open bank book lying
on Denver's table, and taw Ixmls re
ceive a chock from Jim presumably
for ten dol'hre.
He i-hii followed I-arg Into the ball.
"What are you going to do wl'h
that creek?" Regan asked.
' 7a!i It." answered I-an
f llfi., i V - h e - V r? t 1.77 I I i l 1 ?
Oniric M.inis Puller.
"I mean the blank one you stole."
"I understand you; and 1 repeat,
! will cash It."
"For how much?" Regan asked.
"'Tin thousruid 'plunks,'" whispered
"I'll bet you a hundred you don't."
"You're betting on the wrong horse
unless you nii'nn to betray me?"
"Have no fear of me," Regan inter
posed. "I don't forqet my compact
of last night; anything you can get
out of Denver will he peaches and
cream to me. I hate the man!"
"I'll take your bet. Jack; I'll reed
your hundred; you'll be my meat."
There was no time for hesitancy
"It's a go. then?"
"Sure! I'm going to my room now
and shall either "raise" this old one
or write a new one." Then es a part
ing bluff: "Come on down to my room
with me and see me turn the trick."
"I can't." replied the detective. "I
must be on the lookout for O .
You can show me the check, or the
money If you get tt."
"Oh. Ill get it. you needn't be
alarmed. I haven't been practicing
on his signature for a year for noth
ing." cried I.ouls.
A short hour afterward, that la.
about twelve o'clock, Louis presented
check to the cashier of the Madison
hank. It was for ten thousand dol
lars. The. following conversation took
A short hour afterwards, that Is,
abom twelve o'clock. Louis presented
a rheck to the cashier of the Madison
bank. It was for ten thousand dol
lars. "Rather a large 'sum of money?"
queried the cashier, as he carefully
scrutinized the paper. "How will you
have It. a transfer to your account, or
"You may give nie bills of large
1 denomination," said Louis, compot
i .... ... ...
ii is an unusuany large sum of
money to pay out on a check to a com
parative stranger to any one but the
owner of the money." The cashier
was satisfied of the genuineness of
the note, but was sparring for time,
not feeling like taking upon his shoul
ders the nsponslbllity of the possibil
ity of mistake. Finally he made a
peculiar signal. "You will excuse me
a moment.' he said, "and you mav as
j well atep luto the private office."
iiug loosea arouna. When he came
In every door was open, and there
was not a Janitor ror uniformed of
ficer In sight outside the railings.
New. as if by magic, all the outside
doors were closed, and a man whom
I-ouls took to be a Janitor, but who
was a detective, was making a bluff
at dusting off the windowsllls and
picking up stray pap.-rs from the
floor. N-oklng through the glusi door
leading Into the street, I.ouls saw a
policeman s'srdlng In rather an un
usual position, with one hand grasping
tightly his rluli. while the other sas
hid In math his coat tails.
The bank president as seated at
his desk. ' Mr Smith. I believe?" he
"That'a my name" answered Ijing.
"You are. or appear to be. In Mr.
"I am "
"May I ag hy Mr. Denver dot
not draw this check himself?"
"He is not at liberty today."
"Is It Important that you receive
"It It, and In money, rot a check."
"Did Mr. Denver hint anything to
you about the possibility of your be
ing unable to draw that turn of
"I am In no mood for parleying:
why do you alh it converse with
"Simply to keep you busy pending
the arrival of Mr. D.-nv.-r." tald the
president after a slight pause.
Iuils rolored up. Here waa a new
complication whether Denver was
true or nt. Had Denver prepared
for this emergency?" "You will not be
able to And Mr. Iwnver," replied luula
with as much a show uf calmness
as be coulj com maud.
"That remains to be seen."
The conversation lagged. The
banker grew restless. Loul fidgeted
rather uneasily In bis chair- but
j cuimer at the moments dragged, and
Anally beram the rntmer of tha two.
The cashier returned, holding In hit
hand a alack of greenbacks. Inut
rose up to receive It from hi in...
"You have concluded to cash the
cherk?" he asked with a nigh of re
The president Intercepted the pack
age. "I have derided not to cash It."
he said rather bluntly,
"Why?" demanded Lang, resolvcti
to force (ho Issue.
"The check (a a forgery!"
"AH Is lout!" thought l.ang. but h
did hot flinch from the nrdcal. "What
makes you think so?" ha asked while
he tried to smile.
The. banker hesitated; I.arg noticed
It. "You are overstepping your
bounds!" he exclaimed. "And I shall
sue you for any damage that may re
sult from my not petting this money
when I need It!"
"You can go any time you want to,"
added the president harshly. "I am
not detaining you, and you should
thank your lucky stars that I am sc
lenient with you."
"Very well," said I.ang, a heavy
feeling at his heart, realizing that he
had lost bis game "You mean that
you are not willing to run the risk of
arresting me? However we'll let that
go. Give me the check."
"Wo cannot do that," said the back
"By what right do you presume to
keep both the draft and the money?
You go too far. If you retain the
draft, what evidence have I that you
will not swear that I have received
the money? You have" no right to
expect me to trust you. If you "m not
trust me. and you must either arrest
me as a forger or pay me the money."
"We are recognised as responsible
agents." responded the banker, at
tempting to appease Ing. "And have!
a right to protect ourselves at well as
Mr. Derver." I
"I shali remain here until I receive
either one thing or the other," said
I ang firmly. He seated himself very1
coolly In the chair he had vacated
upon the arrival of the cashier with
The president cast an Inquiring
clance toward the cashier; the cashier
returned his superior's look anrt then
both gazed intently at Lang. The
young man had stood their test admir
ably; tbey were convinced of the gen
uineness of the note, yet were loath
to cash It. While the officers were
debating as to the policy of tiimlng
over the money, a rap was given upon
the door, and the "Janitor" entered.
"Petective Rcggn on the outside
sir. Shall I admit him?"
(To be continued.)
DEBUT OF TINY HEIRESS.
She Was Flower Girl at a Fashionable
Little Katherlne Mackay. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence II. Markay,
arrayed In a dainty frock composed
of lace which was said by the women
present to be worth $7') a yard and
carrying a big backet of pink sweet
peas, made what may be ascribed as
her first appearance In public recently
by acting as flower girl, along with
the equally diminutive and similarly
attired Kate Haven, at the wedding of
Miss Marian Haven to Forsyth Wicket
at St. Bartholomew's, says the New
Miss Mackay's dress waa of cream
chiffon, with a finely cut yoke. On
the shoulders were small capes of rose
point, falling over short, pu(T sleeves,
finished ith a ruffle of lace. The
belt was of lace anil the skirt made
with groups of fine tucks and had a
ruffle of lace.
A large bow of white embroidered
and lace trimmed tasb ribbon was
fastened at the bark of the belt; small
white sandals were worn with white
silk stockings. Instead of gloves, the
wire white silk mittens.
Whisky at It Whisky.
A man In Cincinnati bought a bar
rel of whisky thirty Ave years ago and
kept it in a third story dry amm, well
ventilated, and In fall the Intervening
period used only one pint for testing
There remain today ouly one and
four fifths gallon of the original tl lr
ty four, the rest being lost through
f-tklHira'lon. A celebrated phtvlciail
sat: "One small drink of this hls
ky contains more electricity and re
Juctmtlng prnprrtte than any nie.;l
clne that can be presrnbed." As to
quality, ronnnNseura aree that this
whisky, considering Its pure dUtllla
tlon and great age. Is the fluent in the
world, and that no King or Kmperor.
the Rothschilds. Morgans, Vatuierrdlts.
Astots, Carnegles, Itelta or (iurks,
with all their enormous wealth plac
ing at their will all the luxuries of
the world, ran command such. A
canful estimate of the cost of stor
age, and a computation of interest and
Insurance for thirty five years prove
the cost of this whisky at the present
time to be f IS9.01 a gallon.
Large and Roomy.
A violent windstorm which traveled
over Ih-rks county sorre time back
saw lit to take with It an old thud
herein a certain blacksmith was
wont to ply bis trade. The black
smith's determination o continue busi
ness In the ot-n. perilling the construc
tion of a new building, caused not a
little amusement among the neighbor
ing farmers. One of these, driving
along a day er to later, saw limping
toward him a horse, .- by a disconso
late looking Individual, who. on draw
ing near, explained :
"My horse has lost a shoe. Can you
tell me where I can Jlnd a blacksmith
"You are In the shop now," replied
the other, facetiously, "bet tbe anvil it
at-out two miles down the rad."
Brahmin to llte Tebacro.
Tl. H. Iee, a full blooded fliahmln of
high degree, la In New Haven, Conn
to study tobacco raining at the ('mi
nectleut agricultural experiment sta
tion and will make use of the knowl
rdgo acquired In growing the weed
extensively on his es'ate at home,
Dleeker Your wife la something of
wit. She tried to make game of
mo at the r ptlon last night.
Meeker- Huh! That's nothing. Sh
oftm makes me quail,
Landmaklng Power of Sea.
The landtnnklng powers of the sea
are strikingly Illustrated In the recent
estimate of a Scotlsh. geographer. The
amount of mineral matter In n
water Is found to be sufficient t form
sollj layer I2." feet deep over the
whole earth, and to equal North
America, Kurope and Australia to
gether, or nearly oneflfth of all land
above sea level. Kven mors mineral
matter has been taken from tho sea
.Most of tho limestone, gypsum and
salt has been derived from sea water,
and so also has been much of the
cotneutlng material of the sedinien
Ha Ate the Evidence.
While a recent forgery prosecution
gas In progress In a "Washington
(state) court the nccu.ied calmlr
reached over, took tho forged docu
ment from the table and ate It before
'he astonished court officials recovered
ufficlently to interfere. Thereupon
Jie prisoner's counsel promptly moved
for his discharge, on the ground that
there was no evidence against him. It
ae certainly a most effective defense.
Dealers say that a soon as a cus
tomer tries IVrtance Binn-h It la lm.
possible to sell th-m any other cold
water starch. It can be used cold or
! Mu,t A'waya Be Clean.
Little Princess Victoria Louise, the
' ka'sfr's only daughter, hates starched
! frll,y hf"R Rnd, In her wilderness of
' snowy muslins, dreams vainly of a
,aPPr h'ch he C"M grub
ln ,he ,Jirt to ,,er hean'8 content. She
cn"? complained to her august
papa of whom she does not stand the
least awe that she was forced to sub
mit to the bother of making an entire
change of apparel each morning,
whereas little girls of her acquaint
ance frequently were permitted even
by -their cleanly German mammas to
wear the same frocks two days ln
succession. His Imperial majesty
promised to Intercede with her moth
er, but the empress was obdurate, and
the little princess had to resign her
self to the awful doom ot being al
ways spotlessly clean.
turn's Cure for Cuoumpttea Is tufulllM
medir!a tor cwvhs tint rota. - N. W, Siattu,
Oeco Unni, N. J , x IT. IISM.
tome women wear corset to make
men think they have. Others, to make
men think tbey haven't.
It takes a male- gossip to tell how
exteremly reprehensible Is the gossip
ing of women.
F innkeepers riK.rt that the extra
quantity. t..rether with the aup-ert-.r
quaittv t,f IiefUnce Starett makes It
J't to ImpoMibW to eU an, olt)r.r
It is appalling to think how many
newspapers are already Ivviiu tb
life out of the Topeka banks.
Important to Mother.
Exsnlne estWuny rwrj boitt of CATrn!A,
Mtfr sod sui retard y for Ufsata sad child n-o,
and Uul tl
la Use rur over so V.r.
Tbe kijU Yoa lUe XJwsys Scagbl.
There's thia much to say of the man
who eats with bU knife. He doesn't
Krtr -r.'n thinking of vllllrg I ho
l'llil-li ln-llM Ti I r. I i.l l-xt t( rle.lh I l.li.
lo t ,,-1.,1 f..r eltU-mrttt Aug'!! t.
houl-l b. a ll-itu. k-r 'l.util ml
- i' ""'il fn ll ttl e.i!Mi, Hritl
DeiA. ;ti I rib HI . iritri. 'dorado.
Abandon Bicycle Insurance.
The stealing of tdcyrle has become
so prevalent In Itirmitighain, Knglaiid.
that the local offices of the leading
Insurance companies have abandoned
If ynu d m t g-t the btav-t and best
It s nur own fault li. tiun XUr h
Is f-r fivryslirr' and ther Is
lnlttely n'.ihlng tu (-'lUiil It In qual
ity or quantity.
Ktln-r was lirnl used u surgical op
eration In Dtii,
When It comes to getting on the
good aide of a shady stream, (he cow
Hera It Relief for Wome.
Mother Cray, a nurse lo New York, die.
rvreO a plca.ta.nl h.-rb renm.lv for wi.nien s
called ALsl It A I J A N IJ-I A K H la the
cn!y certs in nioiahly reniUtr. Cures
f'-umln wmkneMos, I'.m.S-ti, Kidney and
I rnmry trouble At all In-ufvints or by
n.il .Vu-ts. rviimple mailed FKKIv Address,
lite UulW bray Co.. Lt-Kor, N. Y
The doctors are foud of opening up
Promise your ly a half day'a fish
ing and you will get three extra days'
work out of him In the next two day.
'A'rlte to B. O. Warner, O. P. and T.
X: Kansas City Southern Ily, Kausat
City, Mo., for Information eourerolng
Free Government Homesteads, New
Colony Locatlone, Improved farms,
Mineral lands, illce lands, and Timber
lands and for copy of "Current Kventa
Dullness Opportunities, lUce book, K.
C. 8. fruit Ilook. Cheap round trip
houieseckers tickets on tale first and
third T'jesdayt of each tnocth. Tbe
ktuwt U& U tU "Land of ruILUuiiL
MISSOURI CROP REPORT I
I'OO-f o-f 000 o o-t-ooooV
The following official atiitemeut con
renting the condition of the corn crop
III Missouri was made by tliHuge II.
I.llls, secretary State Iloar dot Agrt
The weather throughout the month
of July waa generally favorable for
lh development of the corn crop,
and the Indications now point to
crop aeeotid only to the hlr.li yield of
r.03. The early corn Is well ad
vaied In maturity, and will make
very good crop without any more rain
It will be necessary to have rains
through August to mature the lute
corn In gmxl conditions. With fvor-
ttbkf weather for the next thirty day
a number of counties will produce
larger yield than was made In 1!02.
In several counties in the southern
part of the state, principally ln the ex
treme southeastern and extreme south
western portions excessive rains and
wind storms have caused heavy local
damage. Along some of the smalle
stream all the crops on land subject
to overflow huvo been destroyed, and
In a few placet severe damage has
been caused by wind storms blowing
the corn down. The damage while
excessive locally la Insignificant when
the whole crop for the state Is con
sidered because the damaged territory
is only a very small per cent of thrf
whole area of the crop.
The present average condition for
the entire stato la 97 which la nearly
li points alMive the average condl
tlon on August 1, for the previous ten
yeara. The condition on August
1902, tho banner corn jvnr for Mis
souri was 101. The present estimate
acreage for tbe entire state Is 7,07,Oid
which la about 64 per cent greeter
than the acreage planted In 1904. The
acreage la slightly above normal but
is nearly 3 per cent less than the
large acreage of tho crop tu J02.
There !s but little chance for the pre
sent crop condition to improve during
the next few weeks, while there
some danger if present favorable cou
ditlons do not continue of a decline
However, a comparative estimate for
the crop haed upon the present condi
tlon Is for a total yield of something
like SuO.Oon.on,) busjiels
Some damage has been sustained
by wheat and oat during tho month
because of the Wet weather causing
the grain to sprout. Hut our reports
indicate that tho yield of wheat will
be full up to the estimate made one
month ago which was for a total wheat
yield of 30.5."3.(KiO bushels. The final
estimate on the yield of wheat and
oats will not be made up until Scptem-
bT 7. when the next month's Mate-
merit will be given out. At that time
threshing, will have ben prank ally
completed and an accurate estimate
ran lie made.
A considerable part of the bar crop
has been damaged by rain and the
total yield of bay will be considerably
below the average. A very small area
of timothy hita been cut for seed and
the area of seed clover will be con
siderably below the crop of 19'I4. I'as
turt-t are in fine condition. Live stock
Is doing welt.
First Prite for Absent Mindedncta.
Francis Wilson, the comedian, be
lleves the most atis.-nt minded man
lives In New Ilochclle. Ijmt summer
Mr. Wilson's front door bell got out
of order and refused to Hug. and
meeting a friend, an electrician, he
asked him to call and make the nee.
ssary repairs. Meeting the man sev
ral days afterwards, he reminded
hi m'hat the matter had sot been at
tended to and Inquired when he could
find It convenient to look after It. The
electrician Indlsnantly replied:
Why. I called at your bouse thr
very day you asked me, I rang your
front door bell, time and time again,
and no one paid tbe slightest alien
lion to tin."
High Official "Fana."
WsrtiiriKiim luiavts of a "Itcpurt
mental lluseball league" cornisno-d o(
earns representing the various depart
Illi Ills Several cabinet officers make
point of atiituling the games, which
are played alruoM every afternoon on
the tig circle III the r.ar ot tbe Wiilte
limine Secretary Mctialf Is tho mo.t
titlitieln.'ie rooter of the lot, tboiich
Sirclary Mistily is a rlimn second
Due of the mont faithful mti iidnuts at
the i-i i if----i. n n i games of ball In Wa.h
ton Is the Chinese minister. Sir t hen
tnng was a famous pitcher while a sin
dent at Amherst. He could haw made
I gniiitiey us a profi wsional bad be
cared lo lake up baseball Instead of
Bull Fighting Statistics.
Statistics published In Spalu state
that during 'i nearly 12 mid bulls
were killed In bull flghta The bulls
killed about lo.ooo horses. The best
and moat valuable bulla for the arvua
are raised on the vast estates of the
Duke of Veragua, In Australia, who
has made a fortune out of thla busi
ness. It Is the IKIle cur thai Is always
trying to get even with tbe li dog.
Long Range Bet.
In 1900 Andrea Starlsiro, a wealthy
cltlen of San Francisco, bet another,
C. Rosi'l, a dinner of twenty covers
at 10 each, that In twenty live years
San Francisco will have a population
of 1.000,(100. Arrangements have been
made for the payment of the bet by
tbe heirs of the bettors, It necesnary.
Test for Diamonds.
fine test for distinguishing diamonds
from glass and paste la to touch them
with the tongue. The dlauioud feds
much the colder.
The "Widow Stowe."
The bouse in which Harriet Ileerher
Stowe lived fur a number of yeara la
Harlford la now being torn down to
make room for the advancing fao
torles. It is recalled that Mr. Stowe a
husband, who waa at the time profes
sor In Andover, stopped over in Hart
ford lo Inspect the house which hia
wife was having built. To make tur
that he wat before the right hotisn
he asked the workmen, and to bit
amusement he was told that ho was
right and that It was the house being
built for "Widow Stow.."
TWENTY YEARS OF IT.
Emaelatsd by Diabetes; Tortured
with Gravel and Kidney Pains.
Henry S,,ule. cobbler, tit Hsra
mondHport, N. Y, s)s; "Since Doan't
Kidney I'llla c.ired me eight years
go. I've reached 70 arid hope to live
many year long-
vr. But twenty
years ago I had
kidney trouble so
bad 1 could not
j. , xiJy ,7 o .in
Q "' "ravel.
ness and terriulu
urinary disorders ran me down from
log to l"n pounds. Doctors told me I
had diabetes and could not live. I
was wretched and hopeless when I
began using Doan's Kidney Fills, but
they cured me eight years ago anl
I've been well ever since."
Foster-Mllburn Co.. IlufTalo. N. T.
For salo by all dcal?ra. Trice, ii
cents per box.
Msnchurla Before the War.
An KiiKli-ti traveler writes :"ne-
fore the war beitan in Manchuria I
came down (he IJao rtver with a Rua
lan expedition. We fought the rhun.
chusea (Chinese robbers) every after,
noon about tea time, but raniy In
flicted any. damage on them becauM
they hid In the crops. One evening
we got desKrate and pursued them
through the kaoling fields, with a com
plete lack of snccess, only to find on
our return that the Chinese magistrate
who accompanied ua hj collared
twdve Chinamen suppose j to be
chunrhiiM.'s and had them all tie.! to
a pole by th-ir pig tails. It was the
busiiu-ss of the Chinese authorities to
deal with all captures, so these tw,-lv
men were practically condemned to
die. In company with the missionary,
who was Interpreter for the exjiedl
llirn, I pressed for an inquiry. The re
sult was that tlx of the victims were
proved to belong to a ihvutrlcal com
pany which was stranded In the neigh
boring village. They were Instantly
released. One of the others wag sub
jected to a more rigid examination and
dlrd under tbe lash. Owing to this
Untoward ltirtdent the rest were set
free. Hut It was pure lurk that tbe
whole twelve were hot beheaded."
Que-n Marie Christina of Spain, who
has sorrowed deeply over the km of
h r eldent daughter, never allows grief
to Inteif.-re with duti.-s of the state,
end in the Interest of her son she
has been entertaining parent of dlgl
bio princesses, the charming visurh.
ers l-eing Included In the party. Her
majesty considers that young royal
personage should be allowed to
cboo.e their own consorts of course,
within their own cte; and HkhikU
the marriage of the rriito-ss of Astu
rtss was unHipu)ar at Hie time the
queen favored It knowing that lier
daughter preferred Fritice Charb-s of
liourbun Casert to any other suitor.
Old English Inna.
Tbe Ostrich Inn at ColmbrtKik. Mid
dlesex, Kngland, has bad an uninter
rupted existence since the faraway
days of King John. It was doing a
thriving business before Magna I harta
was signed, and bad qualified as
veteran before Crery was fought. The
Seven Stars, in .Maiachenier, was a
licensed house In the year of ToktUrs
lUTiOl, two third of a century beior
the cathedral was founded, and it
oasts today a stair, a. e clock which
"pan to tick ever ro long la-tore
IkM-tor Johnson waa born nearly two
Al IV Mustard -Your wife' cos
tume toiiUhl In charming. It rhup:r
tears dewcriptlon. Justin de Hunch
And that reminds me ot a eotiuu-
drum why am I like description.
6hot Ht Knew What Food to Stick
Forwarding a photo of a splendidly
handsome and healthy toung bin. a
appy mother writes from an Ohl
The enclosrd picture shows my 4-
year old f;isie,Nuts boy.
"blr.ee he was 2 )ears old he baa
eaten nothing but OrapeNuta. He
denianda and gets this food three)
limes a day. This may seem rather
unusual, but he docs not rare for any
thing else after he has eaten bit
Gripe Nuts, w hich he uses with milk
or cresm, and then be is through with,
his meal. Kv-n on Thsnksglvlng day
be refused turkey and all the good
things tbtt make up that great din
ner, and ate his dish of Urae-Nutt
aud cream with the bet results and
none of the evils t b ill the other fool
ish members of the family experi
"Ho la never tick, haa a beautiful
tnplexlon, and la considered a very
bxtidsome boy. May the Fostum Com
pany prosper and long continue to fur
nish their wholesome food!" Nam
ven by Dostum Co., HatUa Crvek.
There a reason. Read tha lit slots
I book. "Tba Road U WtiWlll,- la ,