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DUKE OF f
By HARRIS DICKSON
Th Bisck Wotf s Brsed." Els.
(l"P jrrIT ,'. by D. Sppwtoa Co.)
CHAFTEE III. Continued.
Then he fired -..the par reered sharp
ly to tho ripht, and he fired again.
Both bullets were truly aimed, but
glanced and went skipping harmlessly
up the lake. The fish passed them
end was now 10e feet away.
"Hissed! both times! how could
youT Give me the pistol, he's comlns
back." Anita bad sprung erect, and
stood with cne foot on the fninwale.
Her eyes danced, and she frowned at
the wasted shots.
"It's no use. Miss Camoroo. you
can't shoot Into water at that angle."
R'ah kept shouting at them from
the bank. "Mister Duke. Mister Duke.
You sotter let 'im tire hisse'f out. Jess
pull 'Ion? easy an ' keep 'itn ns)ving.
Him an' dat jeg ain't gwme to part
cutr p'ny." I
Tee lake was about half a mile
long. Duke kept his skiff nearly in
the middie, and they drifted.
"Here he comes!" Anita almost
screamed as the gar whir..ed back, and
passed them like a rrveket. "Look!
look at the other jug." She clutched
his arm and pointed. "Pull, pull!"
"One gar at a time, and they last
longer," Duke said, deliberately, dip
ping his handkerchief into the water
to wipe his face.
"Nebher min' dat'n. Mister Duke;
111 git him." Old Riah had run up
and down the bank until lie could
stand it no longer. He kicked off
his brosrans. threw a landing hook
into tils dugout, and gave the craft a
shove which sent her far iuto the
lake. He crouched in the liottora and
paddled with a piece ofhoard.
Duke looked on, disgusted at the
ease with which Kiah handled that
sbek black log of his. It slipped over
th.- water as if.it were greased .and
sliding down a bill. Utah slowed up
as ho passed the skiff.
"Yourn'a j:Ittln' tired. Mister Duko.
Slip up on Mm riht eay an' ketch
holt o' do jog han'le wid yo" hook.
Let "im pull you round for a spell."
Tho first jug wandered aimlessly
aroi.'id the lake, stopping, going on
again, the big brown gar coming fre
quently to the surface. Duke ap
proached cautiously, paddling his
b-a' from the bow. He laid bis oar
aside and caught the hook in the jug
handle. The gar started. Jerked, ,
bounded and bucked like a Teias
I) rot, co.
"Hold her steady. Mfss Cameron."
Anita drew a long breath, and clung
to the tiller ropes.
Their light skiff cleft the water like
a p ow. Anita gave a quick little
' If you arc afraid. Miss Cameron,
I'll turn him loose?"
"Ixm't you dare tnrn that fish
looi'e; hold hi in tight, lie's a beau
ty." Her bontil't flew uvei board, her
halt streamed back; the sun blistered
her, but she did tint care, she was
I r.ii U sprung up' la his dugout and
waved his hand to them thry
pus'.ed. "All abo'd fer do 'scusidon.
Tot t ! Toot! "
"nVo are gettinn free ruts." iMika
laufched. "Steady now. Miss Cum-en.-':
he' Ruin to turn."
T.'.oy swung round in a wide circle
and started bac k ugain. Hut the fish
was plainly spent. Ho swam nearer
b the aurfuce, and moved slugglbhly.
liuhe drew the hook shorter, short
er aud shorter, bringing his evil look
ing prize closer to tho boat. The fl;h
flurried often and trew weaker. The
mun laid his liook aside aud cocked
the pistol. Those dirty yellow eyes
lecrtd up at him almost as If they un
derstood. Then like a w ater logged
craft tho dsn rolled over on his side,
and Duke f.red.
There was a terrible' convulsion.
The r.ar las'ied about him furiously,
striking the boat with hU Uil. It
-aroe-oed aud began to till. Duke
threw out thi Jug and righted his
bout The IWu darted away, and
stopped. Wlii'i4lhe' water subsided
they could see the gar'a white under
side- shining in the sun.
Puke bailed ihe tnat, rowed over
and Look one uio.-c shot, but the fish
w as vlrc-ady dead.
"I'vij got mine," he shouted, looking
round to see wherv Ulah was. Then
he and Anita burst iuto mio almulUeu
Utah bad tapture-d a tartar. - He was
stun ling upright In his dugout like a
circus rider, holdlna tu tho Hue' and
Iltnrallr flying. His dugout did not
stir. up water like lhar M!Y: ilVt;
It senrcety seemeii to touch tha water
at all. erf
'Tatter Sit oulen de road, Mit-ti
link." I. shouted,' "wi'Vi ' ruhulu'
Suddenly the- gar whirled aud
(.napped Kii'h off Ut tui uf " I'nu.
bct.1 over hH'W ,inlM (it'hike. 'Ttw:
l i.iri fate caiue ap lu-'dly. ,l,
jud pulsus. He ''-u S"f- -i-i
qi!;. k Jerky uk lion Lack aud
ud. ty a
nn, cashed out every drop of water.
He had climbed Into it again before
Duke and the skiff could rviicfi Mm.
"Huh! th'owcd nio, didn't h7 (lyar
fish trlckier'n A ruulo." Ulnh picked
tip his paddle mid weut after tho fish
The sun shone down so fiercely that
thty were forced to be content with
a single prise. They picked up Anita's
bonuri and flartcd back, towing their
gar. ti the landing place. When they
stopped ashore their combined
strength could not lift the huge fish
from the water.
"Ob, dear, we can't get him out;
III have to call Borne cine."
Anita turned, and Mrs. Ashton con
fronted her. "Oh!" she gasped, "when
did you come?"
"I came a little bit too late. It
seems," Mrs. Ashton replied frigidly.
"Go straight to the house, Anita; get
out of this sun; put on some dry
clothes; you are a sight."
Duke kept tugging at the gar, with
a cold chill running up and down hia
back. He knew what was coming.
"All right," Anita said and she even
dared to laugh. "irood-by. Mr. Dule.
I am very glad to have met yon."
Duke had not had time to nerve
himself, hut 'he looked around and saw
Mrs. Ashton glare at Anita as the girl
held out her hand to him. Their eyes
met. and then he Hid not care a snap
for what Mrs. Ashton might have to
Anita wrung the water from her
bounet and went tripping up to the
house as smilingly as If she did not
"Mr. Duke "
"Mrs. Ashton " They stood face
to f-ice, and he looked as sober as
"Noel Duke," the old lady blazed
out, "what do you mean, sneaking
around when my back is turned
what do you mean?"
H's fare flamed; he was not a pa-
tlent man at best. Then he answered
"Mean? I mean to marry her. un
less alio (oils me 'no.'"
Till; V.KUlNNINli OK W'HATII.
The grim gray mystery of Feb
ruary twlllKht tame slinking through
t!f! swamp. At the edge of the clear
ing, whei'u the circling forest broke,
an oecaioi,al glimmer blurred the
window of a cabin blurred it with a
falr.t light thst clicked and strangled
in the fug. Afar off. some belated
liero whs chopping wood for supr.
Th imiihY-d strokes of his ax boom'd
dully anion; the d'den-d tree", where
Hark white cntlonwoods thrust their
naked arms Into tli sky.
The mist, clammy and vague and
full of slrtl.-ter suggestion, crept out
of t'ae cypres brake, and spread like
slnw -unrolling shroud arOics the
level Held wf levll-May-Car planta
Not an Im h of dry land remained,
nuthit'g except that thin long Hue of
levee - one slender thread of certain
ty through the realm of the unreal.
The Devil May-Car lor and resi
dence were built close to the levt,
with their gidUrlcn fronting it. A
bridge made of a single p'ank crossed
the pool of seepage water from eaeh
gallery to the leee; f. this levee,
this narrow ridge of dirt, bad now
uiilverssl highway along
the river fremt.'
No-1 )uke strvde out on his gal
lery. A rall of light streamed
through; the door Ix-hind Mm, flashed
across the crowa of the e:vee, and
glittered on tin steadily rising Mt
slppl which, crouched llkev a fam
ished woir ouUlile, Hiking at the
The"tuung man soercrly glanced at
t!U omnivorous monster which
(Srenem-d Ms property with destroc-
J. ftJ uor yet at the impenetrable
. Jtiloom which ove rhung hU laud. To
I bl rltfhl lay the eddying yellow
rlver, to his left a sea cf mist, with
giinst Itl-e trees arising from It.
In ali of hla undisciplined life noth
ing had ever fretted him as the last
fi w months bad done; months of
waiting, of watching for opportunities,
months of subterfuges and rebellion
against them. A thousand times a
day he wished that Mrs. Ashton were
a man--he might take his own meth
ods with a man. She had brought
their ancient feud very near a crisis,
and. like a boll, the thing got sorer
as it was coming to a head.
"Well," ho said, stopping In his
walk, "Ml go up there to-night and
settle It; the longer I put It off the
worse It gets. She can't set the dogs
on "me damn It, I wish she could."
It would have been a genuine rrlbf
for him to have had something tangi
ble to fight.
He leaned against the banister and
looked around at his vapor-hlddcn
fields, his plain little dwelling. "It
would lie mighty dismal here for a
girl." he admitted, and could not
wonder that Mrs. Ashton preferred
her niece to marry Woodford Vance,
who had come down from New York
during tho Christmas holidays.
When out hunting one day he had
seen this man riding along the road
with Anita a blond fellow, with cur
ly bnlr, and a laugh that might have
sounded very pleasant to some people.
That laugh kept ringing in Duke's
ears; whenever he felt most Irritated
he recalled the buoyant laughter of
From one of the coops In the yard
an indignant game-cock crowed his
protest against the fog. Duke smiled.
"Blest if I hadn't forgot the cocklng
main at Vlcksburg. Let me see It
Then he marveled at the change
that had come over him. Miss a
cor king-main to which he had been
looking forward for six months? In
credible! Ship a dozen cocks to
Vleksburg. with Scrapier. th Ixst
cock that ever crowed-, and then not
go to see them fight? Incredible
"Iive is very curious," he thought,
and began pacing the gallery again.
At his next turn he saw Chalky
Jogging down the road toward him.
a If all eternity were his.
"Hurry up. Chalky hurry tip," he
shouted, running aenics the ptank
that reached from his gallery to th
crown of the levee. The nrrro
spurred on. and held out a note.
Duke glanced at It.
"You Inf-rnal thick headed fool,
that's my note; didn't you have sens
enough to deliver It?"
" Taln't nobody dar; Miss Anita,
she's done gon an' Miss Alice, an'
Mrs. Ashton all done pne to Vlck
burg cm do Suliana."
"Didn't she leave a message with
"No. suh. Aunt Tl!!y say Mrs.
Ashton Is ben feelln' poiy, an' d:y
all Iff in er mighty big hurry. Dey's
gwtne to Moddy .Graw. sn' flat young
f em mini from New York he's gwtne
to meet aji) ne one what was here
"Who told you that?"
Duke's voice was a menace, and th
negro answered quickly. ,
"Jinny; she's de yaller gal what
waits on Mls Alice! h4 hecrd Miss
Alice an' her ma talking 'bout It.
Ko' God. Mister Noel, don't you never
! tell dat; I sbo U scared o Mia. Ash-
"Going to meet Vance?" There w u
suc h an ugly gleam In the man's
thst Chalky wished be bad not told
(TO UK CONTIM KI) )
Wllilo Did you tiave a good tlu.;
at the picnic?
, Jliiinile (small bey ) Fine! Sis u '.
A wasps' nest, pa (ell cut of a t r i
wlu-u bo was putting up a swing, a'; 1
ma burnt her ftngeia bilking lea .. v
(al fun, 1 cau tell you Tit Hits.
LIFE IN THE SMALL TOWN,
Writer Points Out Few of It Ad
vantages. Hmall towns have their drawbacks.
No mun need try It In these vigilant
little centers to lead a double life,
There aro faithful, sleej less watchers
at each end of the lino, with several
sentinels along the way, to report on
his doings, his failures to do and his
misdoings. Kvcrythlng else, falling,
his very thoughts are searrhod. Tho
faithful vldettes conclude, from his
sniullost movement or luck of move
ment, what must he have In every
circumstance meant. On return home
after every absence his frlcnd9 and
neighbors cross-examine him as to
every detail. He had better tell the
truth, because some one will in due
course turn up to point out the In
accuracies in a faulty narrative. In
large cities very few. If Indeed any,
cf your nelghlxirs will worry much or
st length about your Incomings or
outgoings. Few, if any, outside your
own immediate circle of home and
business life, care for your doings
while away. They are all too busy
too many people moving back and
forward to be kept track of.
The small town has not, it is true,
the sanatoriunis and the professional
nurses of city life, nor th freedom of
the latter from neighborly vigilance;
but It has tho big city beaten to a
whisper when It comes to the food
supply. If Hrown, tho butcher, for In
stance, were to kill Smith's lump
Jawed cow. or Green's blackleg bull,
or Johnson's stfer that had been a
fallin' ever since spring, or did he re
fuse to keep his shop neat and clean,
every one in town would be notified
of his mi.-kieeds and negligences, anil
h'.s business soon come to a standstill.
He might as well, in fact, quit the
town, for the dark deeds of which he
had been guilty would be recited,
week In and week out, as regularly
as the Psalms cf David. With each
succeeding season his ciimlnality
wotild assume increasing blackness.
WASTE OF NATURAL WEALTH.
We Act as If We Thought Our Re
sources Were Inexhaustible.
instances of American Wastefulness
abound on every hand, but there is no
belter example than Is afforded by the
devastation of the fiuests. I'ntol I mil
lljns of board fret of Unilier are left
every year by lumbermen to nit on
the ground or in stumps, arid qunn'l
tics aim. ist as vast are deHtrojed by
It wa- scarcely a tl ca i age that
the tnre'sus of the' I nlted Stales were
believed to be lli'-haiiK!llile, but now
I'vcrvb.ily who knows anything of the
subject is uware that they are going
so tapldly that (heir complete xtine
lii'is is a tinner ejf only a tew ra.
This fact is realized by the rail
roads, the rreat lumbering concerns
and ether iMinsivc users of duilvr,
and some of them are taking st -ps to
re-place the forests already !esirnt-d
Hut from tho planting of the seed to
the cutting of the matured tree is a
long time to watt from ID to "0
years aud meantime T.here is the
country to knk for its lumber sup
ply? Th" deposits of minerals and tnelals
aro goiiig the tauui way. In an ad
dress to the Columbia university grad
uates In science the other day Dr.
James iKmglasc said that the "mon
s'roiiif wastefulness" of the mining
methods In vogue In this country
would H.M'ii bring about the exhaustion
of "these resource's which we have
fondly regarded as Inexhaustible."
Colorado Spilngs Gazette.
' HABIT MAY 8AVE LIVES.
Physician's HiM That May Be Val
uable to Parents.
The ph)uian' specialty was chll
dreii's disease', aad be was lamenting
that many little Uvea was lost Im cause
the child did not know bow to help
llmif. "If luothcis would only teach
their c hlldrcn t.i w( II up ilieir thiouls
In the manner of a bird the III tte
ones w.-uilil have a trick at ihelr com
mand which inU.ht ,ivt them endless
trouble latiT. In throat dls'-asi s, which
often develop Into dtphlhcMa, the phy
sician duds a great dltlleulty In exam
ining tho chllds throat. The Utile
one has not the slightest Idea how to
throw Its betid back and swell tho
throat up So that the doctor luuv eer
tut it satisfactorily. And what's
inoW-, the child is afraid that soin-e-thing
Is going to Implicit and resist
all efforts toward an examination.
"Now, if a child has been taught to
imitate a bird he or she walsn up
tu the physician without hesitation
und throws back tho head in pride to
show what It can do. Later, if gar
gling is prescribed, the child knows
Just Low to go about It, , and c'iidhu-nue-iitly
geti well quick.
"In case- of threatened pnetumonla
children ai o handicapped beeau.sx the y
do not know bow to raise the luooous.
1? they have boe-u taught the throat-
swelling Iriek. however, the-y -asily
raise the mucus and materially help
themselves toward receivery."
Contradiction of Terms.
An KiiKiUhinan always ke-cn to cii'
lul.e. was looking at tho Flatlrou
building from the Worth monument.
"1,'ui-cr po:i!!, you Americans, don't
veil know," hu said. "You call that
the r ut Iron building. It's fiat enoutch
1 nui it U Inilt, but It's atone, don't you
k i iw. not iron." N. Y. I'ies.
Warm and Cool.
Many jcuple like their upjHltci '
"That's sei; I know suns Itu.ilon
gl.U whu have mar. warm fi'louds.
PITS AN! KAHKU Nsj KYV.H do net
stiiln (he. i.ntidi uf spnl (lie keUle, vi'X'pi
given and pill I'll'.
With the exception of the stage fil
ial n evciy tuaii lias his good points. '
T.cw i' S.inle I. n Ut Cntiir li a rich
t .(. Vein dealer ei 1 .(XV is' l'.ictolj,
ToollS, 111, , . ;
Some pooidf even covet the gold Id
their neighbor's teeth.
Mr. YVInvlnv'n SooCMn yrtt.
Fnr fhl l.ii ,n ! n iin.t'. tin., em v nm,.i.t,'i m In
SAuiiei'.k aiiavi, isvu.-'uiv ittd ts,i, . s,ealMue.
In times of pearo girls prepare their
wedding trousseau. ,
Smokers have to cnll fnr Lev1' incle
Tinnier cinnr to get it. Your dealer or
Lewis' I'aeUuy, I'l-ona, HI.
Unless a man has plenty of sand he
seldom leaves footprints on thp aanda'
of Uuio. '
Give DoCanco StarcM a' lair" trial
try It for both hot and cold tarchini
and If you don't thh.k. you do be;;er
work, in less time and ut smaller tost,
return It and your grocer will give
you back your ruonoj. ;
Saved from Horrible Death.
Three; lives have been saved by
means of a duvice invi'uted by a Swed
ish woman named. Llnd, for pieveutint
people from being buried alive. It
was applied to 2, "00 supposi'S corpses.
Had New Yerk Sized Up.
It was a severe criticism made on
New York city by a visitor from Ne
braska who said: "Yours is a 'chort
change' town. In three days I have
had seven different persons try to
cheat me by returning too little
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
a Veteran Was Saved the Am
putation of a Limb.
It. f'raak . Doremus. veteran, of
Roosevelt Ave.. Indianapolis. Ind.,
says: T liad been
showing symptoms of
ffi -. - kidney trocblo (rot;!
ivi, tne tlmo 1 v.a nitis-
l V".' , JL tored out of tba
army, but In all my
lifo I never suffered
as In IS97. Head
ache!, dizziness and
sleeple.isni'ss. ft r s t ,
and he-n dro) sy. I
was weak ami hel-
lcs, having run down from lsi.i to 1J5
pounds. 1 woe having terrible pain In
the kidneys, and thee secretions passi-d
ulmost luvoluntal liy. My left leg
swelled until it was 21 inches around,
an 1 tho doctor tapped It til:. lit und
inornlug until I could no longer stand
It. and tbe-ii he advised urnpicatfon. I
rVfused. iimi l'.;,ui tihliif Ikian's Kid
ney I'iils. The swelling toih.-ided
j :iidiiiilly, t!u ui inn be-e auii' natural,
anil all toy pJiIrs and aches tUsap-
inred. 1 have he-e-n well now for nine
years since usln.': IViau's Kidnvy I'll!.
For saie ty nil eli-ali rs. .r.O c-i-nta u
bos. Kostcr-.MilL'urn Co., DuffaieV N X.
COPPER SAFE FROM LIGHTNING.
Bebef Firmiy Helti In Many Parti cf
'This matter of superstitions Is
ijueer tljing." said the man us he care
fully avoided walking under a bolder.
fur even those of us who aie skeptics
have at leat one superstitious faillug.
nd mine Is walking under ladders.
"In the country (his stimmi-r I met
a new oue, will eh was firmly believed
In by several farmers, and that wes
that a thunder storm never passed
over a copper mine or copper vein.
The eild fellow who told me about It
polnte-d out again and again that al
though bluck clouds Wig lit, toil up and
lightning flash, the slorirt always went
around a certain spot in his farm
".Such aniens on tho pin t of a thun
der storm could niesn hut one Iblng,
he said that there was a roppe-r ve-ln
therej, 8o surf was ho of it, that he
was" putting by a Utile) each year to
have the spot lnvcsttvated to see If
there was copper enough Id it to
h Vx' , jl
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RUN DOWN FROM CRIP
Dr. Williams' Pink Pole Have Curxtd
Thia Form f Doblltty .' In
' 4 Hundred of Cute. ei
" Four years ;!, " snv Mm, F. &frr
riMUi, of Si, )1A Carson stree t, Hoiilli
tstde, Fiilsbiiiv, Tiv., " took a 4-,, hi
vyhieli turned into the grip. Thin Irtiibht
left mo nil mil cio'.vii. I was thin, hint
baekiu bo much of the tuno. hai HI np
f'lite, my stoiuiudi was out tif eiiilct; mill
I fi It iiervons and mtrunjr.
'While I had IhigT'? I lml h doctor,
but I renlly suffered more tioiu tliocony
ditioii in whiih tho lufln -nr-i h-ft ion
thnu I lid from the disease itself. I felt
penenvHy wrcfiie d fttnl luiscriib! jinj
tho least exisisuro to cob. I vijuhl make
ma Witi'so. I c mliln't le-etn t Bt,jiiiy
bet tern n til lis gun to take Ih-. Wiliiains'
I'ink 1'iils.; I very qu:; !.ly notii.l n
Imitfit hftcr I began taking tUcin und
they restored me t p.io.1 henith 'Miel
strviigth. Dr. Williams' I'ink PiiU uro
a womlerfoily pood inedu-iue. 'iimuks
to them 1 am now in Jinij health dud
liavHhad iiorvturuc'f my former trouble.
I ree-omiiietxl the pills t everyone v In)
is nilitiit and take every op;i lunirr to
let jHople know how gixvl (tuy are.''
Dr. Williams I'ink I'llls cure-el Mrs.
Morrixm Imsiiuso they in timily pinko
pooel. red bl.jo-1. Wheui the bl.iuel iired
end ixitithy there can l Int ifrbility.
Tho relation between the bhs-l aiid
iiervons system is stu h Thnt' the pills
have n fcry decided actinu npem tho
nerves ami tli-y have mred many s-f ero
nervous disorders, Ku"li tH fkirtial pa
rnlysis, Imtiinotor ntiixin and tt. N itus
(iuuee, tlml have not y ih),1- to orehmery
treat nienf. Their iloiUdn action, hi tho
blood and en the ticm-a, rmclve tliciu au
ide-sl toinr. I
All iiinggis! Mul Dr. Wi'.liiuii' Pink
TiJIs, or they will be sent l- luail pet
ftiid, em reveipt of juice, ,V r.-nts -i-r
lix, six lmxes for f 3 .Sil, by the Dr. Wil
liuins Meciicuie Oo., S'heti.xuidy, X.Y.
roitIvelT CDrel hf
ther Ladle l'lll-u
TtK-y sLo Trilrts Ll-trr-is
frvra Irt I
i ;eiio and Teo Hearty
t itJE A pcrtoi-t rr
h!t Ie.r Lcla s nsra.
rrcw:-.lafs. I Ta-sio
ta tUe M;:X CJi:cd
TonfTK Pula la tU V ta.
TVLPID LtVt.T. Tej
rcjulsto tb? Eowrta. Pur!y Vcsbie.
SMJl'JL FILL SMALL C3SE. SHALL PRXL
Genuine Vtrt E?if
A p!Ltl,e CATARRH
- US'" -l
Ely's Cream Balm
ki quickly absorbed.
ti.n litliH at Once.
It elr;.!! -, n-x-liii--
le-rt's am( pit-t'- Is
i nv li.M' -hi im ;u ,
bt.in--. ll rar-i ( '.
ti ih and drive!
sw.it a ( .11 i:i the I
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gi-i er by mail i 'I m l 10 i u. by n.1
Uy lire 'tiiers. 0 ' tuna tsinset, h ew i uri.
When ou btry
The&c &red marry
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