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Alma Martin Estebrook
Author of "Sft CWrni Patricia"
TICTURES BY A. WEIL
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U.uj.iihi.u r J. U. Lappinc-oll to.)
Th Et"T-y open with a i"n" t a ln
parry. Jli H-nrl-it WkiMuik ley. is
It 'f l:iriep Wlntatll'v vr("Kr1
Hanker A'ikni, pn-i' t t. HitUaia Il-ni-Inuray,
w hcis hrolner lvin w til 1'lfl
ettipl.iy. Dan was "no of 111" town' p"t
xiUr yoiintf men. It- si--.! eti. n-rv-iin-s
when Attorney T"n Tmiria inhi
him I trler:t r'fwsr.t Atiknv. Ankony
f"l.'1tn day. stimm. miner Twlfiun,
nerus'-u Inn of loelln Ihm bank. Twtn
In refine. I to jrMM (;ut. Jtartiarn pr-
imilwl Ankr-v to t"tiin starting
Tt.'-ul!on. .ulnlnir !erne1 c.f tli m-i:ai.--n!nt
ef Anlo'iiy smi Urtnra. lit
r.iiKrn'iilBtfil hv.th. Ho VISIT"! Miss
lleiitincniy n tm! found h-r almost In
enr lf.t toiil l.er lis liiol !.vd her, hut
f.-ar-tl prematurely muieiinelriK to R f -fwtlitti,
ly hi tlen nlono s!i tol.l Mm
h r.elj.rfcntil. Mrt. Anwm lines,
wiM.t widow, proi"" a niarrlece by
presy Vltri 1:ahj inBt nnU y T!.e lat-t-r
consult) with Tminm. The bst..p
ruel l.-n p-iyinir attentions to V.s
Htroter. I'mn c.nnuli-il Twir-lnii, -Ins-
his sorter was "l.!rmin'-i to nnrry
Ankotiy, !-inrlr) she urtiiHlly toveci the
tr.ank.-r. th.vijfd h ruM rot help lw',i v
ln ahv was niakin sa.rine to cav
!on from Jill. M. VV !e.nl v. ni-t-ina
a .'r-nt ro' in tl, biroo.ji Took.
nti-.l love aTalr W' I'm. s-ell-ct
for Amcr Mim V. Insmriley tnforni"'l
Tvtnmx that Mr. Pint .t Intent Ul-on
ptoppin the nibrriaice vl liarbara and
CHAPTER VI It. Continued.
I tramped the floor, and Mlsa Win
dtanlpf did inuumerable things as an
outlet for her brlramlns emotions. She
cled as opn wagaiine, patted a de
lemsed pillow Into plumpneHft, hoT
rrd ovtr a bowl of flowers, and
teasod ber (painlel. talking all the
time about mb&t tola might menn to
"You mar put your taitb la Hannah
Dltsf." he a!d.
"I leh 1 felt aa sure of It as you
"Shf means Juot what he aays, and
ahe knows 8he rag do It- The mar
riage Is as good as stopped, Mr. Twin
tot: you may take my word for It."
-Mm I)ln-s Is counting without her
lioxt; they will not five each other
"Kubhlnh!'" she cried, confronting
me with an Indignant fare, and snap
ping her fiDRfTS. "Why 111 you Insist
that nbe carea for htm? 1 tell you
se does not Once the r on for her
marrying hlnv Is removed, you will
"The Ixird Krant that I may! "I ferr-t-ntly
"'You 111," she InRlMed.
"Mrs. IMnes should bo here within
for days," I said, making a rapid
"What are we to do In the mean
time?" i askfd.
"roK'H ourarlves In patience."
ft.e as rapt jroualy jublUat.
"1 wUh 1 could be as sanguine as
you," said I.
"If you knew Mrs. IHne you would
be," she drclnred. "I should have had
my doubts if any other woman bad
wtllten thltt, but I know how perfectly
Sure of herself she Is."
I reculli'd one failure of hers. Then
I rciix'inlxri'd tha bulmp's distress
"We roust kep the matter entirely
'ipin ourselves," said Miiis Win
Stanley. i liave not even told my
brut). or what her coming will mean
lie Is H 1 r.K tli'.'.o friend of hers; o I
have told Sinn that rhe Is on her way
to America, ktiuwlr.g that be would
bo Interested to heur It. but I mad
no mrnttou of her errand, nor do I ex
Slio was stnmllng at the window,
looking out. r'lie turned on the In
stant and r.ime loard me.
"Im try to be a little glad," she
"Y'on know what a second disap
pointment would mean," 1 anli). "I
am trviiig not to hope too mueh "
"lUit you may l.opc all you like. I
ka.e faiih In ll.uiiiau ijnea, and I am
su.e th'.tigs are cmn.lt g out right; sure
of It, sure of It. sure of It," and she
In a thouxand. Phe hnd corr.e eaufly J come alnrg !f you're sure you
Into ucc-bs. ss the b!hop bd said,
and one could B'e tlit If Ansno Lln'-s
had not accuiiiillHlied anything for
Mntaelf, she rnurt have accompllfbed
It for him, xlnre a woman built la her
mold could rot hare bepn a failure nor
have allowed the man she married to
"I am III," she ssld at one, as we
moved to meet her and she stooped to
offer a yrayiMi thee' to her friend's
lips. "The pviBunae was frightfully
rough. I don't know when I vo hnd
u h a till). I muHt get home and to
She nodded brleflr when was pre
sented to her. declined the arm I
proffered, and, v.herj we bad finally
pot to the carrioge, leaned back and
closed her eyes, maintaining an abso
lute silence except when she aroused
herself to annwer 'rk-Hy some ques
tion In the flow of Miss WlnManley's
solicitude. It was evident that mat
de mer did not leave her 1c the moat
amiable spirits In the world.
Henrietta WlnFtanley sank lower
and lower la her corner of the car
riage, looking at me wi'h appealing
and dejected eyes. It was no won
der; to have waited a.I these nerve
wearing dsys on Mrs. Dines and then
to have her arrive in this undone
and uncommunicative condition wag
er.ouch to sink even her buoyant spir
its. For myself. I felt the honelens-
neps of tht whole affair as I had felt
ic from the beginning.
As w e neared the Wlr.RtanSey house,
Mlsn Wins'anley said, quite casually:
"liy the way, Hannah, the Hcmln-pray-Ankony
Invitations are out day
"What!" cried Mrs. IMneSj and her
eyes flew open on the instant. "Why
didn't you tell me at once? I had no
Idea It was to be so soon. I must
see Dean at once."
Dean was her fluent and adviser.
Miss WlQBtanley revived Imme
diately. "Are you able?" she inquired ten
derly. Mrs. Pines nodded, swallowed hard,
and tried to sit up. She was green
ish gray and looked frightfully ill.
"It isn't a question as to that," she
declared; "I must see Dean this morn
ing, at once. Aren't we almost Lome?"
"You see she has come fortl2ed,"
said Mips Wlnstanley to ir.e, as I was
leaving, after having assisted Mrs.
Dines Into the house.
I went back to my office and man
aged to put In the test of the morning
and part of the afternoon, but my
nerves were ragged and my alarm as
7-i it W
mind. I'erbaps It s J-it w !!; ,
there Is I bae J'irt p'fed rot m
note to say Rood by."
"OK!lby!" I gaffed. "Where Ju
the world sre you K'lingT'
"We !1 for Uondoa to rr"rrow.
Mr. Ankony has be n called there by
Important but-lness. We r to be
marrl'-d at Boon, lit very sui'len.
Isn't It? I feel as If I hnd berj
caught ep by a bupe whirlwind
that wouldn't 1 t me do."
"To-morrow You tall tomoirow!"
She nodded. ""It ' only a matter
of a few we.-lm at iiiot-t." the said.
"l!u tomorrow!" I eiboed iunne'y.
Fho did not reply. Gathering her
skirts out of the way of the fountain
spray that drifted acroF the asp'jait-,
she kept her eye rewoluteiy ahead.
The roor of Broadway was in our eara.
Through Fifteenth street the late sun
shine poured, and a mint came up
from the bay. Hirer whistles blew,
and here and there an eicctrlc lipht
Fprang out. Walking hurriedly and in
silence we cropped Uroadway acd
came Into the kindling shadows of the
side-street, turning presently into
"And your not?"I aked.
"Was only to say good-by and ex
plain our hurried departure. We are
so sorry to not bare you all with us
at the marriage, as we had expected.
Kven Dan m:y rot get to town In
time. I wired him at once, of course,
but I'm afraid he can't make It. And
Bishop Wlnstanley is away! It is all
so unsatisfactory! I had never
thought to have anyone marry me but
him, you know. I'm afraid it will
seem a sort of makeshift ceremony,"
with a little sigh.
"Suppose something should come up
to nrevent vour sailing?" 1 asked, w ith
an uncontrollable impulse.
She turned to me quickly, an odd
look in her eyes, but in the same Sn
FUnt it faded and she lifted the shield
of an impersonal smile.
"That is quite improbable. I never
think of such thlnps. Some people do.
I know. Hut in this case we are al
most quite ready. Mr. Ankony is rush
ing his preparations through, and I
had even this half hour'a breathing
space, so I walked through the old
Square for the last time. Does that
sound ghastly?" she asked, with a
smile "But I dare say It will never
seem quite the same again."
Her tone was light, but it held Use
pang of sadness. Was It only the sad
ness that a woman must naturally feel
at such a time, I asked myself, or Kuth-ntun (Runtik
did it bold all the ache and bitterness Scandinavian- tNorweutaa.
that Henrietta Wlnstanley still stout-1 fls""16'i""
ly contended that It did? I looked at j FU.v.k 1
Happenings in Missouri.
Toreigi Iwriijfiticn In 1909.
I'o;i''f 'a'i'-n in:o the ,'yi-d K'l'es
fe.'l vif r..iit!drab!y !'".".!? the yr
wt:',h et'd'-d June Z:J, 1 '';. ?:; to I :.?
f:t,..r.-h:l depression itf i:-i,; t,
f-.-eU-'ors who did e,r).e In were ef a
timber (Um than tist.i;, and w'H un-dou'-tedly
make go4 c.r.i";;s. M'v
t':ir! tmluil I's prutr'ioo of ti.!n
uiT.y 'A Wii - u.e ;.'jnpi-t. and is 5 bur
uiaking t n of them in Its aid
line of iri(!u-ies. Thousands more
.woi'd f;t;d profitable !ii'ynier.t her
Btid. In fat t, will b nee,l-1 to biiH
up ?ou'l Missouri. In s!l iA''a seen,
women ard children entered the s-a-pirs
of l'ni?-d "ta'i m the year .:st
mentioned, f. r the fcok' puryyis-e of
r.avemn? to Kissotin and i-y-nur?!
tere perriianect'y. These C.Tres do I
not Inciu.le aliens w ?io, after a bri f
residence in o'Jjer sta'eit. caTie to o.nr
state to work and live. Neither di
It In ar.y way perliin to the va?t njm
ber of nrit;-, e and forelin-bom ci'JiTis
continually coming ia frota other
pi.ints la the nation, attracted here by
the inexhaustible resources acI spVo
di.i opportodities wh:eh J!lscnrt holds
O'tt to a'.l. Tho tal'.:.vlzg taV.e ta
leen prepared w i'h a view of revealing
the nationality of the furefpn Ira
m'.srants who pn'e-cd Missouri, direct.
In the year ending June 30, lt.9.
liaee or p'! 'e. ltA-e.
Lrd C3S St 3fi-s.f -d.
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Afli.a (t.Uekl I
FoherriW.n and 'loravinn fCx--n) 113
.j:ir'5r1an, Hen-Jan ant i-tontenr-Krin. 2'.'2
t'roHlIan aj-,4 Hlovcnian tt!C
Ia!mjtlan, PswAKn and Hrx-BO-
rit. ti nd Flemish l'J
It.iiian ( South
l.lthuailan . ...
1'aeinc Island .-r
1"nrteu-ue , ,
Koutnaniaa . . .
... IH 7
of t fi" M 'sou rl :
Jit S;r:r;2elJ ae-l wti r
!,H'I ;':jr'f t-t 1t t-i") ri
'ta!.!)f,--J. ly-.il t'''; f r ' 3
.;:! p-rtv'!e Cr"r j-jr-? fr, tut
Ujt-hI lints w.,1 a.)vii'e e,t- rS of!
t!i :'.'-: f'ylri t? r. n'i.n t't-
l ur.'ii Tii fi' X jr L-i af j
b!y meets. "W i-it.; ti til
land corcrsss in ? r;:. :", '. J ia ia
uary. W n..,.t-.-er arJ Ther, , 0
Hi 1 wiii 1 tr.e t. '-rfssi v r .'K vi t
th" k!n l evr be; j -n iVr-jth -:. j
We t.ivi already tnade arras trjis
Vt a tralcVa tf Ht I;i!s aai KJti-
sn C;tv Ian! iw-n to a'rtr.d. Ci.T.srA
rincbo'. chief of the IT:, Sat
foretry l,u 3i, 0;r. I!.;t aui oti
er r.Ur.al aij state tiit fAer will
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S r !
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Part sf L-t.
U tit E-e.
tro-.M U 1:
: .in. '-.7 im a.
Teltphoies for Frisc Line. ! -i.nl to isr, Tte Z'.xt. jii t,'i
A larire force of ar-a Is et-lcye-i j Ir.g f.-fzz.j ba. C'.s la r Li t-r-a!or.?
the 8' Ix.: acd Saa Frsr.c.'s-n j rTS the J-.b a ms Is -i . ; ? wl'ca.
linea In So-jt'h M;".'iur5, tt..r.g po' auc'S ' r. .z'-xr.it as-i ti-". aj w.Hi
in-J strineir.? !'n far the t-'-f-b--tse j 2tsr !'. "T-tlTe to t:a.
and Vi'K syn'ens which Is Velig in-j The eaa who Is ia Jne wl'i t'
s-a'-ed l--tw-.ti Kra Cfy Jsr- j r" zr.ri e-jc tcrtr cvt cf s
r;:rm:r.g!ira ard St. Lo-Jis aa J M-crett. ' than a.ry y:.- r," .;r Irrir. Jer Jtx'.
The system will be la & ratios t.tj.et'. ati be pJ a -' e-f I
tw een Wiaow Sprirrs cd Thiyr ty j c-r.it ttiwrt !a dv:-g !.: wi r".rt.
F'-bruary J. 1 he Jlce between 5;r:cs-l No EJLa tin Vrr L work whofhlrVl.
E i i and WiJToi
gs fcas ben
N' C.5LB (S5 VlZ'.r.r.'.'-i !s
cOU;pSte.l Tie tfle;
In the trans-rtsM-ia cf traia crjert,
asd every passenger and frslpht tra n
will be eq-jljjied wi'h telepbase la-stru.-nenti,
ecabV.as train crews to
make connection with the train die-
patcher's off.ee or any po'.st cn the S
line ia case of accllect or delay. j
one will b E8..-d botiwt aVr.it fcis work. TtU 1 '-"-
-r ! ir,r ct d'i:e ?t e-r;-rer.t'r. bo ts.
jh;rKs .:ay fo t.r-ther lUcrt
w ork. c-or,'.er.t.t.t a--d lore tf tie Job.
her keenly, and. feeling my glance, tinih
she put up a quick. Impatient hand to j i-aniih-Am-rt-an
her cheek Syrian
ner cnees. Turklh
"It isn't nice to stare at a bride-elect v-:h
6 ho Looked at Ms Queitlonlngly.
to Mr. Dines' condition waa very real.
Mini Wlnstanley bod mentioned the
phys!t-)Kn she meant to call, and I
weut round to see him late In the day
to Inquire a to bla patient, but bis
report of her w as not at all encourag
ing and I almost wUhed I bad stayed
away. He thought it probable that
she would not be out of bed for a fort
night Toward evening, as I came out of
my club and started through. Union
square, 1 became suddenly conscious
of a slender familiar fgur ahead of
me, and, hastening, overtook UAihar.
i-'he was walking rapidly, and she
turned at my salutation with a start,
as If her thought bnd be-rn far from
her surrounding. Her eyes were
feverlali ititd I could see at once, tbat
ahe was veiy tired.
"Are )ou walking bon.e?" I asked.
"May I coiuu along?"
!ie looked at me, hesitating.
"I don't think you had better," she
tab!. "I am hurried and cross and absent-minded."
"I've seen you all three and still
found you fairly "
"Oh. don't muster out any silly com
pliments." sUo broke In uunkly. "I
know that in my prem-ut mood !
rouldn t Itisplie a genuine one: so
dnu't try to palm off any '.purloua
ones on me. 1 m col lu the numor to
be easily deceived. But you may
like that on the etr of her wedding
she said "Don't you know that? She
is always cross and pale and nervous.
It isn't fair."
"Forgive me; but tomorrow to
morrow I can't look at you nor for
weeks and months perhaps. Ob, I
know I'm hurting you! I'm a beast to
do it But a man can't mask a thing
forever. And it hurta. God! bow it
hurts to think of your going!"
"Does that make it any harder the
going T' she asked.
"It Is the suddenness of It," I said
dully, and we walked a little way in
silence. It was she who broke it
"I am so sorry! so sorry!" she
said. In the lowest, softest voice, and
the regret and the tenderness In It
touched me profoundly. "If I could
aay something, do something, to belp
to make it easier for you! But I
can't, and it It hurts me, too. Oh,
look at me one in friendliness and
A lovely April twilight was setting
about us, and In lis shadows I turned
"Can you do me the Injustice to be
lieve that I have anything but friend-
Hues for you, dear?" I asked. "I am
Y1 Indian 'ether tlin Cuhn&
A December Marriage.
With her children, grandchildren
and great grandchildren making up the
guest list. Mrs. Luray J. Eiwell, aped
75, becaxe the bride of Newtac Grant,
aped M. The couple was married at
the home of the bride at LaMoce, by
the Hev. Mr. W'elbora. Methodist min
luler. The bride h clue children.
gramlehildrea aud grej1-5ra1nJeb.il-dren
LEWIS "SINGLE B-lHZtP."
jk. tar;i tt kie ct.ir fresh fr-.ra the
tatle, wri; ;e-I ia IJ.'. its l;jtj
i f rea KL'-d ttiiAe-d. Jk iri c r.ir
Becomes a RejittratJcn State. ! E.aj cf gj totacro U th J.vJ
The general a'seably Jsriaj tie ! gasck. Th c'.-J, well esrel f.-'.-vt-oc
last season maie Jllss-oari a "rf-p;str-' used are so rltH ia c,T':ty tlst r. i--.y
tion state" by enacting a law wii-h wt toraerty strckvl I'.-c e'..ra
compels the reg'.suatioe of all tiri :mik lwl" -:g! Eitir EtnLhi
and deaths throur.hoal the fat a ; St Lwl' Slsfle LlLir th
they occur. The state board of health ; dealer oce rrore treats ether S tigers,
ii eajpowered to rlf idly enforce all but th tigher frtc sh2-?9 this fir
prorlsioas of tMrf new and all old j tory to tw extra ;tiall;;y tchaxcx
genenU sanitary laws, and a vere There are cany Ijcltationj ; fitxat
Ienalty Is provided for all Tiolaticas, 1 fac'ied. Iter la no aabttilat! TetJ
Under the classes of tie New law M!- j th dealer yqti ut a Lewis "Kz&m
sourl is to be divided Into a thousand
registration distric, and a rej-letrar
appcinted for each. A record ! to
be kept of all birtiii, deaths and other
matters pertaining to public healti
and safety, and general saa!tUoa.
Gaw an Evangelist $1,150.
The Rev. Reuben A. Torrey, aa
evanae'.ist, closed a four woeks meet
ing at Sedalia and was givea x "frte
wiii'' offerinsr of f l.Iju.ol. In adJitioa,
bis assistant, k'r. Jacoby, two singers
and a pianist, were paid SiUt eaca a
She Has Planetary Insanity.
Mrs. A. P. Jordon, who created
something of a sensitlon at JopUs ten
years aj;o by ap;-eartng on th roof
of her tome every icorclns at iy
break with another woman to "rsh!p
be tun, the neighbors, until Miey la
vestigated, believing that they we-e
fhos's, has t-een declared Insare and
tiken to the Nevaja. la&ace bospitiL
Her ailment is diagnosed as planetary
Insanity, a from of dexealla cj
prevalent la the U&lied States.
Two Orark Topic.
It is said that in the Orark t.iwna
the luAfer have just two general
Topics of discussion. One I the sub-
a poor whimpering thing to trouble Jeet cf bsit, winch lasts six month
The steamer till which Mrs Pines
arrived was threti d.iys b-litted. to our
j:rrit Impatience, arriving ouly tlitf
day b" oiie before the wedding luvlta
tlnns wer to go out; and us the
blxltep was away from town on a trip,
whli U aimojed aud petled bia sloter.
It fell to my lot to accompany her to
meet Mis Dines.
It bud been yeais slur 1 bad Seen
that U.ly and tkieii but ouce aud brief
ly, but I knew her the moment she
came ilou the gang plank, so eui uy
did she b k a 1 bad been ur she
would; a liirge, ruddyish woman. In
nu Indirf. reiuiy tailored Cheviot, tth
a man's Veen rvea, a wiunaii' nnse,
th copious chins of th bishop' CU-s.-i
ip'.ioo, and a mouiij tus'iui.ing slilil
ly to gsatlMu-ss, wli! a fiini ); th
bru-m-.', ii.i;t wotiiau Ut ob Cjdn
you like this now to le t you see."
We had reached the strpg of bet
house, and aa we mounted them she
slipped her hand through my arm
with a little pressure, then quickly
No. io, you lire not that" sho pro
tested warmly; "you are all that Is
considerate and kind and good,
and 1 "
"If I were yielding you to any one
ete " I blundered.
"IVm't'" she cried: "you have your
own little shrine In the temple of my
heart, and I don't want you to de
throne yourself at the last. This is -Is
the last, you know. Good by. I
can't ask ynu In, and we shail not
uieet Bfslu tiefore 1 go "
"Yet I think," said I. "that I will
not say giHl by.""'
fhe l'Hv.-d at me uuestU'r.lngly.
"1K1 you think leaving out a good
by makes a separation seem ;
real?"' she smiled.
"This one would set the Bcal upoc
too many thiisj-'a," I replied.
iTO lit; C)NTIM. EI.)
vi hi u It is dropped, and the rtt of
the year given to the netieral behavior
ef hunting dos.
Was it an Investment!
It is said that CO year t, wL.u
David R;it,Kla cf Tarklj was nirrl-d
he gae Hie last Ce dollars he had
Id the minister who perfoHu. J t.he
tereiu.)n hark In Indiana. Tt-day he
Is the gieaust farmer cultivating iu.
Father Was "Wise" to Game
Fruit Men to Meet.
A state fruit sho has I.e. a plan
ned for the fifty-wivcd annual r.ict 1
l:i? of the Msurt Stale ilortu-1-tural
Sixi : lu Columbia DecvailxT
IS to 31 by the M!surt state board of
hurt icult litis. K M. Hitt of Kvfeh
kottor.g. Mo., I president of the UjuJ
a:;J Dr. W. L. Ho.uJ Is fciHrvtarv.
Possihiy Dad Had Recalltd a Fm In
cidents of His Own Col
A student at the Ul'vi rsity of lVtm
sjlvaai.t had been Koina a fast p;..
with the boys of hi class and Ira
ternlty aud bad baa (rerjuviil Inter
views wllb. father concerning debts
and oUu r tlnauc':.! tioubies o-ea-sloned
by th drain bis pleasure bad
utile on I Is source of supply.
Scleral times the "governor" bud
been 11 ti inllej io get vr'.;nm article
of value back from the toy' "unci,"
and tha r latiou of provider cj sp nj
cr w as ttralnej.
Om cay the stu.b-nt wtivd fmhff
tbat tit watch bad fa!U u tuto v
water In the Sihuyikill river and k
wanted "at once" ;5 tj hire a divet
to recover It The answer cam i?
"Xothing on the $Ia. Cheaper to
Kak the watch where It U"
, tvry Oft.
Every woa.aa belierea that If hs
should die r is hi afir ber bustand
ha s- oM-.-d her ti c rorviuer would
ttnd htT beait cvrd lth tU'k and
blue spct. Alchlacin G!o.
Th Trlumpnmt Fitvaln.
Wc.man s supttorlty uk; ru..k M
proved l y th l I that vl.e -aa t
r.cru'.fi Kta to th ivasd whi p;u
Lef itiliki acid aam s Lvf JH
Th Warmest Novee-.ber.
Nitveatber lv:, waa ill warmest
Xove.T.ber on record In Ka:.sa U;ty.
Not only was t:e n.jtU record t.4iii
for the Ittghest aierajje warath, b
trie warmest ,ui em :-er ,:s; lu tr.e
,ear of the his ory vf the Ki2..is City
wt ather office w broke n :.ca the
thernu'iiieirr retched io dig" My
Greenfield Ha $20,000 Fir.
Fire at Greenfield, th county seat cf
Dade county, destroyed Ove buildings
and the greater part of their contents,
causing a total loss of IHO.OvO. The
blaze started in the back end of a
billiard hall, and citizen cf the town
had a hard time In preventing the de
struction of aa eatire bhx-k of bui'.d-
Woman's Daring Deed.
In southern Tu&i ilea aa ei;titi
sajt Biarsh desert cil4 tb lttf.t
Jerid. of which the Aral f and ta ter
ror, for many a caravaa taa beea kt
In tbe rait lncruste4 taorasa. which,
according to 1 I.sseps is as raartt
as I.MK) feet deep In place. This
region has been crossed for th trit
tire la a small au'.otaobne ty a
wouxaa, Myriajta Harry, a lellkcisa
Tabbed and Fiietf.
Mrs. Crawford You most love jour
busband very dearly if you save all
the letters ie ends you while yo'a'r
In the country.
Mrs. Crabsbaw rm keeping theta
for con:partoa. my d--ar. l a st;re to
catch bira la a lie. Judjre.
Hav Fortned Knowledge Trust.
Ray county teachers nave fortced a
"'know ledge trust" and have agreed not
to accepv sr.jr schools la that Cjuuty
that pay less than 4j a meu'.a.
Stol Co'd Intended for Acning Teeth.
Thieres broke into seven of the 13
dental office at Seda'la and stole g iU
plate acd gold C'.llfti t-J the vaJa of
Perry-Fulton Road Assured.
At a mas nwi-.sr of cituen a?
Mexico, the a!!n of tse
W'-rih of bands by i'jt sc.-!; "i; a fr
Mexico's doiiAti.co toward th t-u 1 '. :g
ef the Meiico. Santa F and 1'crry
Trac'.iim cctti'inys electric roi t
iwrra Ferry acd Cciiuuihia and 1'!
tea, yit . a ccimr'ctoj wita c jca
etithu'.sn. A SurpUs of wis
?u! sor-'.-c-d la eicess 0 f'.he ataciut
m-t-.lrii. iuti tatracticg f.:ra of J.
J. Tii-rs 1 v'.. of llii.apj will t
the work of buihjlcc th rv4 aud will
comaie-n.-ej o,e-rstwt.s wiua to
at - . .
Industrial School Fitied.
Mrs A M Vxy. s.t; crts'c::.! nt of
the S'.a'.e Icdj?Tia! far G.rli
at t'hi'.ltcc; he. ia.J that !i tad i TV
S', ructed ill tt.e javeoti charts lu the
state net U sr.d 31. r g.r',4 li that la
s' itu'.t--: i.r th r r sect. W b.ive
:; (i- ' ia t:-e lui;tuti-.-a. whlca is
rv.'!y .re thsa e haee f .-Mies t-s
i-stf for l?..;-rt.y. eeea teaca-rs
are ei .1 ed Wrf shll a; k tvt aiie
t; :-al hi lifts
Evst$;r if-) 'vvvi.Y awlCl '.ili
Fig Syfiup Ca
5CU BY A.LLIXA;!N'3 ITZZZ
&" .; iIy. neJ-ar tic pr te1-
is Clogged up
TW- Why Yosw TrJ- OcS J
Srta Hav N A,se .
CARTt'R S tlTTlF
w al pal Jott t:tiX
C- . -"' e
!V l ;
sssmty kaM. S..k iW.
ScVvU ru.1. iS.c-1 tc:A rsat
CrjSC'lNE itl Mj;' tav:
Tour Eurep on Elcyde.
R. F. M.m. a gtadust i-t tie ::.. !
of - eititl'iee-rtsig cf the t'uiveis: y c!
Misuari, tas Just returt.fd froa a
ni0to!ec!o- tour vf t-.tirVp-e. I laurel
linnet f -ng'and. Orutany, Ac::;.
and le'OvJ to e! nt'.i;.; k; tr'a
0'!' tt a-i tr.Jaty l t e$ ii rwa
fre-m b' wheel wi.. its lru:s
The On Cecsfticn.
"It's bd for f c. ! tit h.ie one
pat.v t.i ;.r a'l tha t; i.s."
1 a -af I.teo rat, "ctnlesj it ir.,e.s.
Va l t if c j f "
A I art 1
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C-cJ Day for C -!.
i't !'-. -r cv .nt baiter re-
U;- i w-rta et xe.ie la j
ed .S .Vi-
a farti.r. a
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v f; to;
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