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ik n' snr rri r-r rtrrn
.". rlK'-il. :,, by t'hmle-s Murrls lliill-r.
The fe-w Our following th" tlir.'t
Inn Inrliti'iif nariati'd il'ine wire
comparatively happy i-tie-n for I.011I
lng. In the eliiel with W h r ! l
bad been pricked mill cut a ll'tle; tbe
wound In his head gave. ;.t m silght
pain and trouble1. The rtra'n on n!i
liervea ami Ms sen!tlve nature, pros
trated h i in temporarily. Kr t we''
cir so he played the InvalM. Perhnp
bo would have convale-sre d quicker or
perhaps not at all if be had not bean
waited Ufxin and tenderly nursed by
Pearl Huntington and the good doc
tor, her father. There na snnielhing
besides bodily sirkness and pain that
lied Mm, and that was love.
The lack of the care and cncourace
mrnt of a lovltia; companion waa what
bad nisd our hero the devU-niay-cp-re
sort of 8n Individual such as be ap
peared when Jim Denver met him In
the basement saloon when the twain
formed the iramernhlp of attempt
ing to win fame and a million. 'And
!,ou!s had fallen In love with Pearl
Pearl was I ills' blrat of a wotr.an:
beautiful, graceful and purer He was
not a frlTolous youth, but sensible and
Maid; and she of a frank, lovable dis
position, fearless, yet of that variety
of womanhood known as "tender and
clinging." wltbal not dependent nor
Iritis waa sitting to an easy chair,
while Pearl was busying herself tidy
ing up the anting room. They had
been bavins another rhat of the na
ture similar to the one recorded be
tween tbcm on the evening of the
"I do not delude myself. Visa Hunt
ington," aald Lewils, looking at ber
longingly. "Into tho belief that you
really love me; It waa gratitude, not
love, that prompted you to tay so!"
She stopped ber ork and leaoked r
Hi rosa from tht chair, sttadylrg himself against th back.
lira quetim!nj:'j. tfcen said a If
In excuse f"r hl:ig made the fiit
ruetit: "There ate a thouand wo:neu
In this place h mould be pli-rs to
many you!" Now that U'uii nil
tafe she was resolved not to al'ow
Mm to draw ber Into a second admls
ion of lovo without first finding out
bis true fe lint s In advance.
"Hut there is none here that I would
bu pleased to u.an) ! ' returned l.ouls.
"Why not?' she asked.
"Ilecause t do uol Kite I hem I do
Dot consider them prox-r woman."
"Then you do not think there ar
niany pure onien here?"
"Jul as many, If not more, here
than men," he auerd.
"And there ato 'pure' men here?"
"If you mean by 'pure.' common,
ordinary men who have never cviuuilt-t-d
crime, a-s." he replied.
"There are no men here (hat I
would care M marry." she retorted.
"Why?" be aked.
"Well. I !o not love P.esldes,
they ar rrlmliisls now!" was bvi
rather Incoherent reply.
"Then )ou do not lu-lieve that there
may be honorable men here, men like
your father, for Instance?'"
"Oh, that may be, but they are very
"Then mi would not marry a crimi
nal If you nally lovad bltn?" be
"Not If I could help It!" she salt
but htlly checking herself for fear a-f
treading on dangerous ground and giv
ing flense Where nntlt? was tlltelliied,
khu added, "ttut please do Dot lke lu
r it:ark) as persounl!"
louls bit bis lip and went on with
th convei buM. ii as If t!) remark b id
not b en made. "You do not bi-liev.i
In refor mlr.g the fallen by marrying
and (tun teneMrg tham how to be
Rood by good exampla-?"
"No! 1 et them reform first'"
"Yixt think It po.xiide to reform?
IVm't i-U Inmeino that so'v.e a-f mr
so called criminals have ) n it.n.te
Ihronh no fault of their own
that they would not be here, fur ex
ample, if not detallad by force?"
' I' 1 co!iiany s.mi. tinn s n.akca
Weak -mlndi d er..oii rom s!"
' Would )ou cnl! it lii'ii.lir ta kill
a mau In si !f d- U ne? Tike my f;iit
In the sret.a. lor ciampl. Was that
Uiuriier?" h asked.
"No." she replied quickly, "that was
p "v tT7 !" TTrT n.
not murder. Y'oii were forced to fi;tl:t
fr your life. You pave him arl.at.ee.
Hut If he had killed you while you
were pleading for bis life, that would
have l.i-i n murder!"
"Tlu n you cannot eall It murder,
under any circumstance, If you kill
eomeoiie wh: Is trjing to kill you. If
a man spring upon you with the In
tent to kill you and you kill M:u in
stead! That Is not murder?
"No," she replied, "that la not mur
der." "Pnes It make any difference where
this happened. In the arena. In the
street, or to the aaloain?"
"Saloons are n;t the proper places
for anyone." she said spirltt-d'y. "and
I know to what you are alluding. You
are trying to Justify yourself. Hut
you need not aM crept. Coldrn has ex
plained to nie your Ufa5 - I believe you
only killed In keif-deft rse. Even
Golden did tot know the true facts of
"Then why are yon so distant? If
I am rulltless In your ryos, why do
you shun me?" He forgot that it was
man's privilege to n.ake the first ad
vance. "Am I distant?" she ask-d. drawing
near to blm. "I did not know It! I
have tried In every way to show you
that I appreciate what you have done
for n:e and my father."
"Oh, 1 know you appreciate," raid
I.ouls. Irritably, "and I ought to be
content with that. It la not to be
expected that the likes of you would
really care for' the like of me! Possi
bly I would have been content with
that If you bad not said 'I loTe you'.'
tint I understand It was pity, not love;
you considered It your duty; I under
stand I do not delude myseslf!"
Tt was a queer way of making love
but then the circumstances were
unique. They were married but
neither felt (or at least I.ang did not
I.A .. t
f-a!) that such was the cae. They
were In low. but mitber would b.'
lii ve It of the other. They wr al
n:tst s'rangers, yet rach fa It that they
bad known each otlia-r for aites.
I'earl really loved Ixuns. of that
there could le no doubt, but there
was pleasure for bar in having Mm
tell ber that be Lived her. Phe must
be we n In the r cular way. no mailer
the torture the bliss would eon;e
later. "Louis I ang' she said la a
strained vadcf, slip ta,1 not ktow
whether he would Interpret her words
In the way she Intended or not, ")a-u
have r;ilrly won n e lor a wife; I am
yours!" She I larrd one band on the
arm of his chair and baned titer him.
presenting her chei k as If to bo
"You understand n-.e m'l enough,"
be said, gently, yet firmly removing
her arm fn-u the chair. "You know
that 1 won't ('aim your love on a
terriiilra'lt). Win a I married youthen-I
did not B.any for ov. At
that time I prolicted you ut of the
ra-ie-t bore vou and your !s.
"lou are mine ( fierxvly I. but do you
suppaire that I oi!d claim you for
my wife? Na-vi r Though It is hard
to love, and not to have amr kv ra
"Ah! Thin )m ato love!" rhe ex
claimed In rcy. SIih rafiaiin.l
from thniwlng ba'rself Into bis arn ..
"What would ou hat erne say 'I !o
)ou.' If I do not ?"
"No. If aiu do not' That's Jm-l It.
It'i; do not had.! i ut daluslve b"ie.i by
sa)l!s. " cou'd liiif im If jou waij
not a criminal!'" He roso from the
rbiilr, stead) lng bituieif sraltist the
baik. "You know ni said li In that
way! How do jou kuow )au would
"You are s- brave'" she said.
"You love power'" be ratorte.l. H
loured lo tU t.er ihiit be was no
criminal. Theie n iut t have Peon a
stsln up n bis Lame at one time, but
that he was guiltb-rs of any wrorg.
1'ir.rl tea ant to draw Mm out. There
sat a glimmer af the iru.b lit hi r
mind. "I must. I slisU know, wl (t,er
n'.v love Is being thrown away!" i.he
said to bernelf, strlviu; to keep down
ba r heart -tlircl . "t'llrriuals are J ot
men; they a'.losr sou. i thing l !, e
Ihelr minds to control thrm! TPai.
faulrs overpowar thetu! tl. y are mn-e
t hildra n!"
"If you really loved!" be said, bit-
ter'y, "yatl eviild nr.: eee tlase fau!ta.
'laive Is blind.' 'I.ove Is ail gisi'.nes','
love Is fori' In i.eta. I know t.at yavi
do not love!"
"I cannot 'hlnk r.f you as a crirc I
nal!" sle said, n-lr.iiiig a little, and
paving the way for b'.s admission. If
be Intended to make ens.
"That's betfer." be replied, brighten
ing up. "If yott really billeved It!
perhaps I have ben ndstaken In y.'i.
Why do you come to this conclu
alon?" "Pecause "
"pf-'cauKn why?" asked eagerly,
as a hopeful girsrn came In l is eyes.
Khe e'ired a little eloper to blm;
then li! prudi nt!y threw ber artra
around Ms lu c k. "!-csuse I do love
you! You are so nobl, so brave. I'ut
tt first I wsnt.-d )u to tell me that
you loved me! Oh. so mutt)'."
Ho caught ber In Ms arms and gail
Into bar fare. "Thrn you dou't de
Kp!f.e me and don't tt.lnk me a crim
inal?" "No." she replied, resting ber bead j
on hia shoulder. But I wanted yon
to tell me so, and not force me to j
guess It va!l."
"Helieve. It Is a'.! I atk now," be .
said, kissing b-r. "The future can J
caro for Itself!"
The lovers were Interrupted In their j
tete-a-tete by a knock at the door,
Pearl, In answering th knock, was
sun r:sr-d to see the I lng. "Y'ou here.
Dr. Schiller?" the exclaimed.
"Is your bitH'. aiid at borne?" asked
the doctor blandly.
C'al-n as the king blrr.self, yet won-1 The Best Results in 6tarcMng
derlyg r.pon what errand be bad coa.e. j can be obtained ooly by using tr
she said. "Yes. Will you walk in?" ! anee Ftarch. tsi.)es g-tt!rg 4 cs.
And Dr. Schiller and Louis Ijing at I ufor Mme coa,kJnC re-
last confronta-d each other on eau&l i
"What can I do for you, sir?" Lang "n ''" -,gkcd
fecta a change of base.
"Grant me a private conversation,- D9 Your Clethe, Look Ytllow,
said Schiller. rtlt,n uwt tNnr)c starch. It w!3
I.ouls dlsir.isi-ed his wife with a kctp them white 1 oa. for 10 carnta.
wave of bis band. "Now, air, your I
pleasure!" ! rou Ter r f marry-
Late that evening Dr. Schiller and I 'f-g ! t maa fortunatller
U.uia Lang shook hands at parting, j said e would?
Both seemed highly elated at some- , ; . "
thing which transpired during lie flllu'.-!ifi..ihmw
time they were together. Lang kept rittinf"Z?.ZZ'fi
his eyes on the retreating form of :
Schiller nntil lost In the darkness, I
then be called to Pearl. "Ask your ;
father to step Into the parlor a mo
ment. I have something of Importance
to say to blm!"
- (To be continued.)
Pleasant for th Caller.
Admiral Evans at a dinner at Nar
ragaisett aald, apropos of dlsappoict
"Tbe poor fellow's feelings In this
m!it;jrtune must l'.ave resembled
thote of a young planter whom I knew
in my youth In Virginia.
"The young man was in love with
a girl of gnat beau'y. !ie bad many
sui'ors end to all of tham (e was
more psr'ia! than to n:y friend. P.ut
he, though mul.Ped contiuiially, ra
n.ained very faithful.
"One Hur.i'ey evinirijr when he
called, the rtrl's little brothar admit
ted him The jour.cs'er led birn into
t'-e arlor, wi-r.t u;t3irs to announce
bis r.aTT-e and than, ra-turnice. faid:
" e.owr. Mr. s?park-r. She will
s you In a fa w- nii'.uten.'
"r-'iarker faid in a relieved and
" I am glad of thut I was afraid
she mll.t ak te be t-xrused. as sLe
bss done so oft a be fore '
"No far of that this time. I plsy
ed a trick on her,' said the little
"'I'.ow was that?' Starker asked.
" 'Why,' slid the lad. 'I pretended
you were soma-one else.'"
Tramp Was a Thinker.
A Phllade Iphlan was praising the
late Miry Mi pea Ihxige.
"Wise woman as she was." he said.
"Mrs Ixalse could never hr!n htts-e.t
to up that organised charity w the
on'y ,rt that did good. S-he artnld
ered airgienlravl rbarlty rather cold
S'he lelleved l:i the cpa-'"v '!t
which, she said, was best fostered by
te eilract personal contact ol i:ii
a r.t ar d giver.
'Hence, she never refused a beggar
An!. eaf(ndirg herself from my at
tack one day. sl e narrati'd a cunvar
sat lain that she oin-e ova'reard be
tween two Mar)1and Iran s, or 'p'ach
pliu I s '
" I he e paarh plucks, as they lay
iine'er a trte an a superb aflcrreMin.
"'Hill.' said the f!r?t. 'why U It th.-f
o.ir fa-e-ple Is slwaas wlllln' to help
, wMl rich folks always turns u
do r. ?'
"The other, with a mlrt!;les launh.
" Them that don't n Ind givln'
th'n.-s away is the ones that stays
pi.ee r.' "
An International Catastrophe. j
Major Sti.ith wss sat.,t at the e!!n. ;
ne-r table with his gn ts tn Thanks- I
givi::g l-a. Tie coioi-ed waller wail
just ante rill with a smoking lut tur-j
key. whe u he slipped and tell to tbe j
floor, t.i.-eitba r wi h a cra-h eifellshes.i
Tie Ms.ior, arlsiiii frevn the ta!le. !
held up lis hand and said:
"lia title e n. a gre.it calamity ba !
Just I Italian a; bete' c lae the'
eleiwi.fill if Tutiiy. the breaking up,
of C'littta. the r. tllins of tlra-a ce and j
the bii:i:iii.iii n ef Afriea " j
Wh-t Hi Had.
"Vanina" nil !itil Jinmle era
eaii. i g v'l'e !,-e fan.lly ware at tbe
Miller tt i b'. "can you gi:va what I
baae- bare ur.i't r ti e ts! ?' j
"Jl i.iila, I -opt a.ui nren't act:rg !
rudi !y," s.ii.i h;a to..;! cr ard. wl j
l a ia l to Mill softly, "since thvrv t '
caa par.y, te-j ." j
"Well, ioe )ou can't guess It. til!
be taid, "it a
Net a Csss af Htrtdity.
'Ft.e says ber frraftdfAtM-r ws on
tf tl: -arlst u:er la tbls prt t't
'Her f.vthr evil'-ti'ly i''t tV
a?'T the i.M h.mi, then. !! ttr
gr-ttlfi as licc as be ran r nt of It
AsVItt I ssy, doctor, do you V'
of anytbinc; Ihtu wm previ-at s-ikk-
Ir Qiiackern -Ys. P'sy on land.
To dollars, please. 'Meagr New.
lira sonant ta .othara.
a S and euvs lacwwdy (or Us'sfW s4 datntmtt.
Bfc4 S4 ttt tt
f ram of
la Ess For ("f SS Ve!.
TTi Kls4 Tea lias Jway Dc&fM.
Elections ar good things not to
Increase one'a respect fjr bla fellow
To Prawt Chaopaxl Hanrta.
Mnny sutw-o w ho do tnifir earn writ are
'H ai.D'.yed to w LntT artb OBr it
hstiils. Tr:i may fiavri jd hj viug lry
fviap ff.r alh w.hai,r and t-'i'i-t friv'm
a , i- Q . . , ,i. .. . , .. . .
,hT Wn in mur. and row w,m a
KLKANOIt K. I'AHKKK.
The fellow who takes a turoMe to
himself doesn't always land In a soft
It might be said, perhaps, that the
. i . r , ; . i iii
It takes a feather-weight wife to
make the he avy-weight husband shake
In tbe shex-a.
Lewis' Singie Binder straight 5c erigar.
Vi. de of extra qu&uir totsx-oo. Your
a-.a! -r or Lrwta' i nctory, Pworia, El
Nice Old-FashioneJ Folk.
Senator Pettua of Albania, weart
sblrta made by bis wife and socks
blc.h she h&s knitted. The olJ cxiaple
live In Selma when not In Washington,
and new manners and customs bave
changed them little. Since their mar
riage, slity-two )ar ago, she baa
made all bis linen raraenta. Cntil
alKiut twenty years ap she adhered
to the ways of her toremothers and
Spum th Tax herself. Now she finds
her ea- are fallng and she buys the
linen from a rnrrcbant In Mobile, but
the remainder of the work is her lalor
of love. As she talks to ber K"fsts.
whether at borne or In Washington,
her fmg'-rs are busy with knitCng.
Mrs p.-ttus has a remarkable memory
and tells entertaining anr-cxtdotr- in a
quaint, old- fashioned w". On every
anniversary of their marriage the
aroup'.o give a reception for the senate!,
and treat is the shwer of gifts.
Pickfocket f.o lawyer who baa got
bim free) Even you believed me
Ijiwver Oh. no, not In the K-ast.
"Then why did you leave your watch
and pocket riaxik at home?" Ma-g-gi-ndorfor
Nothing Can Ba Done.
If the lYeuidant does not see any
action that our govrnment can take
to stop the horraiwa now being enacteal
In Itucia. It Is obvious that nothing
ran le done. !ioestnn Gleate.
THE "CCFFEE HEART.
tt Is aa Cangerous as the Tobacco or
"Coffee brart" Is common to many
coftee users and Is liable to send tbe
owner to bis or ter long borne tf tbe
drug i iH iHiMed In Yam can run iO
or i ris nd find aut tf your heart
is tmubleel. A tatty wbo was once a
vletlm aif lhaf "I'ufietr beail" writea
l bate bea n a batltujil user of cof
fee all nay lilt- and bave uCi iel very
ooie h In rwe-m )ears Iivira aliments
whlah I iHsoie i!jlfla-d ti'if dirvctiy
due In the pailkoii In the teeeage. such
as toipid Hear and iuahfCtK-u. whutt
In turn made ttiy taiu.j.la lKu MUty
"Then my heart t--ra.e effected. It
would bast UKi.st ittpiill) )ut after I
drank niy coltee. and to below normal
a the Cejftre f!e-Ct m off Sou'.e
tiuies my puis wouid ro as biti a
127 beata to I tie Riinutw. My larollv
were fr.jiij atarnud at mj avnitua
and at l.-( nalhrr T-rus.'d ne to
be gin the u?1 ad I 'oil ton food Ca Ee-as.
'I gates up tie eld refer rntiiviy
and at'vilute ly. and n 'f l'.tu:o n.y
sole tatlo betnace 1 l,i o t
month an, and ail ry in, the iuc
ges'ion. iuaciite her aeid riakity
be&rt actn bave rui d aa u4
Biy cemplaxiiin has t'e-eoina' c.'ai aud
natural. The iu pna u nt i iu
very soaira. alter I n'.! Itte atn;,,,.
JiiNi aa fn (he o.pr )'(-'U LJ
ture to wo'ei a-.it el n Mall
"My hi:liend Pjs lion rically
ha ui tl'id by ihe ii ad IS.lm, tul
we rind that a ohm I writ
lVtvnu t ms a ; t tti iid rn-ie
Sir. nclheioi e 1 1 u ILv a i.t lio n
u a! t tMl ta) ie wiin IS a-;tr
kiiut a f ce f! " Nj.ua (:ieu by l ml
Co. battle Cie-ak. M;cta
There's a laaii'i I'.a ad ti I ttis
Vex k. "Tbe liatd Ij Willi ti.e," ta ks.
I SHORT M1SS01PI ITEMS?
A O A R. Ji fs ti rerj!rL
at Fttirimtt !;) tMry U t
Mrs Vsry (t:'i t4 J -;,'. erru
rr.!t'1 vIm-!. fi P-sves a tii:.aaJ
and an t. ;;!rn.
Mr, and Mrs. PeW Cawraner
!a-"i fi'4rttH tttlr w.-S
Tl. S'stidsrJ C'.i .-!- g In Srn4 :if ljw tit w-'. I o-ai-fr
XifTt h srsie ra y ,-- tais i s-r! w m ttra -1 1 a
tim ob'11 January . j I : fr-"r fr-'e a sr. te
, f t wi; me ft mh t.-i
fblef KUJy ts put fer lid "w 9n mT'.r -. 1 wm
!rg fw,t t !a t". jr.i. O:.!) ;,-$. t- VA 9mi fc , M ta ur t
ly aixiaf-jr e-renia go bmt?r. tr.te.. My ts-4s wv scre -l.'.r .
Ta a irnr'Jr.gto, Mrht r t!r-eutM -""
N- f'ambr a eight cars we,, .'rUl ; 1 '-
and tt r l.kxM tur a day. th T'i'VA J ZT J
I.T. A. J. lKtff, b'ter:'ir'.t f ', tnwa -a--r Msaaffc-tarry .., f
tbe tu nnlrerri'y, has r'-' '?r-4 and; lirrrn w- avi a ry bmi
will pmttka nied.:in at Haaii.tL tjuwrnn. I Lr-:ii v tr S. WJ,
Tbe Cti'.dren's Iffsio at J-!
b"-n d-arroy4 by f.re as 4 sv-ra; of;
tie icaatara carrowTy ets.-apol dath.
--s win ideals a.s a lre-
tor In t eew tan fTD-1 by t' j
merger of tbe tow bank at g Jwji. i
. , , . ..s,. '
apisraTM eras" a waif.tri at t"ei i
Iro'he, baa twj f'nj in ft
The St. Lo-Jis grand J-ry. It i
portM will make sayverai iirwvtt;
for changes In tbe police tward vt tttl j
Ja;eay? clever 5s mrizg a pro :
Stable crop abcert Home. It rrlst tc '
be good for dnvlte out tbe Ru.se a
The Old CuariJ of 'Wasb'nirton. av.ni-
po.aM of u. A. K. men. teaser
Senator Warner a reception Jdonday
In defending bis innber from an at
tack by his stepfather. Fre-d R-gers.
17 years old. at St- Louis, killed tbe
Chiefs Kiely and Desmond of the S-
liOuis po..ce dertfinroest were? before j
the grand J'tT to testify in tbe police
Jay Lawder. a coal rctne owner cf
Mexico, was shot and killed at Farbr
by a miner named Bailey. It Is alleged.
Ballfy Is in Jail.
The Springfield s'rwa car line fcas
ben sold to th MeKlnT svndlcate,
which. It is said, will build a line be -
, .. e,.r.rM.A -- i
tween Springfie.d and Jop.la. j
Nerotiations for the erection of a t
big hotel !n Washlngtoa arent. St I
Ixmla .are under way, the deal lnrolv-
!rS the expenditure, of $C..?.a0.
In a fit of Jealousy John Lewia. a
packing house employe at St. Joseph.!
g Bouse empiove at &i- joeepn.i .w"ja.
Mrs. Mattie S recce, a coa. treehera .k atdsa. Jt tew
a -i v.i.,-r Ti.-a, .r.' reri.c:e f -r cJi r-e- p. as it r'v-s
ten Viaaed himself- BoU. were., t-.4. larinsta.
Eegroes. ji VT Urge ltTla wirst al:rr-ii- r.s f r
Oppression baa been charged cp tVj horr.e eaare. Sarr.' Se fra-t a4 prr';-l
the SL IxwU potice and the grand ! lI;--n .r'x- A?-
, ... . ' ,: s;,. (Gil I.esv rtb tr.abi and sj-tai fr-
jury cm weal an aawjnura.
eraj of the captains and sergeants were
11 R. r.Mh'ia. f!ff BiRa f-om
j tpriagfleid. Alphons- Crumple y waj
j shot r.r.d killed by O. W. Gardner,
i whom be hn 1 at-.aekeM and s-ev-re:y
wounded with a knife.
Tbe suit of H.-r.ry eavnntr ara!9.t
I tbe l-ondstnen of the Salmon i
j of .".;.'.i-'-' will t-e trieal at SpricirvU-ld j
j in JAI.viaia or! a Cl.aul,? -l e;i nr.
over Its -PipCinch- a Kane's City Is
over the gas f-Anch:i-e. t:. Ijoxiis t
ought, to come to Kaasss City and tee I
what a real "P.'s Cinch" rvaily Is.
-. It cor's $1.T a word to std a it-
By iirectlaxi of th Prw.Jt w.t . h
was bciran In St. Iu-s to prevent thel, ' " .
Ttmilnal association, locally kno,0 lo the Ur i-a,u the cab t-! . f ,r war
-Tfc- Itte rinrh " from continuing are tmethlcf tresteadoaia. but
alUgw-1 trioiatioa of the laws againyt
Walt MaO'v. a J.aplin pncllist. bt
bieen arrasta4. chargej with the kl'l
lng of Wi:l IVrry. A!t a wa- k ago
MeCaiy stmcii IVrry on the jaw and
fceal led frrm tbe effect cf It. Lknh
lb J. Clark of Trenton. whr4 rep
utation is aaid to be unsavort. has
re-a-n arT"a.iea on s.ist':cen of ieina
one tf tb situ who ba-lj up ae3jJo " t a-Be-tJ-jral m,-r f.j h.
ro! tad srreral Psrerg,rs in th ' I? " '-v i give - weaiia-
alKh depa( at Callatia.
J. V. I'arkan-'a bamtna-ter factiT
wl.leh Carthage Is bidding fnr till
ct b a big one, the papa'ra state, but
will employ Srva-ral papa i start
with and is likedy to grow rapidly. It
Is to l-e a rling tarmetfr factory.
Cornrnor Fia'k Iu-,1 thre TT-aetn
ghltig pardona The. nan are G-aa-r' Cra!-t of all sf-t ttin Is aa
Tra-uin aa. s.-nt up from St. Uwrs f ;if ji, ta- 1 th-at-n-.tirala-r;
IVe-n.lamin llarva-v. a Bi-a'
fraata St. liOUfai. sa-bt up faar murirt
and II V. a'atrvui. in at up from Kab I
la the Ve!-,J ta'a'va tba-w are
Thee say powty , IWiIrt 'n'aV-at Cfcrutua 9-Scncw'cimrcbe.
dlu'e, says Civt Sid Joe of tbim:h ttKH4t VuK. i!litr,.B; Acstti.
IVIo News . and Jf th.at s the kind df , to Mr f;...T fou84r,
el!,rul.es Measlnr csn assume ier t,,,, ,,.1.,.,
back llolart, tld Slan-.ti and evan , . .
PUmoud inc. are tU.,, at t:.asr!,a u r''-'- "!"s
own trade. , ae-t.-U-a in..t-eirj a V.U-s. U s.-if-t At
"It bwte-r to ft ! a berw g'w.v i txf1 to:
tbsa be a iaard" said Gtaaj-ruair t Peop!a who seur t ejea ai-XLtJ
ha In Ms euiivcv at tf r- '
kllieil whl'e att.q:p trig to preaeet tie
ccap cf J t fa.ar ".:'8tvi fra-n thv
pr.n r"ri.tae sfieie...
In onlcr tav 15 tb-ir oil in J -r-' s
and either a-r. r -aJ af t ie a'.
line the Inde-va o; aee rs a!
Kansas sV'p tie a.l to GSera an'
' than haul it la stf- ta Fr-ra .;'.. tea
j tav .!') n tbe rat i IT cents p r t:
! wk'-V frvira t''.,' rr,nrrtas to tla'.vna
j it i only t ct ,!
j Two wnn,v--.ats sr-). f.-.f pfrw;
I tiaa tr;"- .'r..t. wvr as ;: 'la ewjt ta-rc
'as "a'r 'aa
aa-1-. V a t
tia-r a aa
. -a it-.-.a :h -,
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"l-;r. '-'a ev
n tf.e re a.-.
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I' a.Vte V!-;.-
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ra! a aj-s-fii t.aw tf what t.u;i'.
cae nli ten e a'-j i ' i' h t si
a-f Raiw '.!. w ,:.! re J t- st .::.
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Footla.l Is a gac n eta-are
71;-! tojua! s:rt' tirrst J ties
Brakea aa I ajc!.-aaa-e
TJbt fi'ar t.V nit ai-x s.
Cure BiaMMt. bum Troutea. Casec,
B.aod Po-soaa. Cecatetst E-oo
If your bv:! Is !m-r!. th:n. S.s
r4, fcet or t-r.l tt fcna--ai ;f r""
- Mt:u s-vrtw. rr.a. i-.'t rc.
nsics sr.-t Ivm?. sac-.v. p'rrr y
beje rta. fatarrsv. rlMi:-a.
or any bn4 nr skin 4'jwwe. trne iiw
tani? Bl-a-l Iaim eR K B i - f
to d:rcty-is. g-xsea J st-r-s ha
afc-s and rij rt-3?. trva- bto-i i
,tjr aoi rfa- Wnif lit k a
ZJKTZZ f,tw1 ..
skin- At lie e.sf tne. B. li. R t-xr
f rmvt the Jicewo. -or !. !--;-;..
)tl)m new. i'jr
1 rn4i airi-- aio In -l
j ,r u H u u r9fnl-r I'-wl r-r
j a-hr-mlo. d-T-aM-aHl r.awa of trnr'niT'
I 1 ' " 1 ' laea. at-1 curerw aiM
; H " "
I H a Taienta lihrrted.
Btstt'ai-i. la a great faatball nlxvtr
!a t be:
i -y,, t beritei ti ta?ett la Cat
"That a s-n His f'.ther waa a greal
fridiron acvieb-rlty, eh?
j "No. but metier was a great ti
j :a CT rvw"r'"
Cat a Tseta ta Japan.
j lt fe:e s
have the war en
j in connection with tkeir corning d.s
cf Pi.'ltbury'a Vitos. tbe tii'.i are
kept busy day and csM.
Tbera wouldn't be any fua la teial
laj tf tba (acrt-g waatasl yexj t
Try One Package.
Tf "TVsn" Blarch'- rt u
; r. raria.ro ei to aonajr aatri r. If at
facttoa. a&4 wiil o.t su. k la im Uvmv.
A teu omctt to t-e atimed of bim
aelf to tr.arry fj cuiay wtao he
dtwen't r-t it.
Ya a'T ret. lu:i im
j S:u-. I'lVaH aa t-vy-kr kvaS
j !'-' ar k Uf, Wj, li
' not. trow caiee.
j e t. KowWs-
! have iKCirw taesr-H. n.v ah'-ne
I a'u lh-ar yari .aMr-J nraa i t
th sou R"-r-y, ul ar.a U4aJ4 vt
Kve-u the tiaa-tta l p'..eaers byt te
- taAdT.rocj5 If t Waa.l4 butriu.
j tlj'tery t.vt!4 ai; b d !a:I
' w;;jl j-tc
eaestmnta In Mtaka.
At tat M'tia-aa g"v..? r.iaeni tataaca-ial
acatacy I a ::. a r-4 Ui I .'.'.
1 f Aa-e: ia aia art-pi'.: is iuvta.j a
'' M '.'.-.. !..( 11- !.' 14 .- ..-.: 1
an t lYesseli fc a - : :-: .-at stuvu;
a a' a'U. -. V' ."". Turs'i i are .u-
, a, wi a an .- v...a:.. idp.ijj or
' ' ' -' a t'-a it. ta Ja.l:i re.i (:1
I a.n ,t --a !a tain )a,.a f,r ,.,a!'i
Slrlla-laU tulips Mii.aO in rvdp.'-ig tB
reeuli af Boad Cfv.'.-t an-l tia pn lea-
.-vy - f!..;?0.
Would a.'U tV-w v;v