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THE COMMISSION IS ENJOINED
TITO H A &T rTVrA TXP1 AI TPTHfr I
r TRIED REMEDY
THE UNITED STATES COURT DE
CIDES GRAIN ELEVATOR CASE.
Vr FOR THE CRIP.
. i hi i , s . ' j a i wj f l-- " m
Th Order Prohibiting Railroad Com
panies from Paying Elevator
Charge Cannot Be Enforced
Kansas City. Mo. In a wrilten
decision received In kanxuii City tha
I'nlted Hlai'K circuit court jx rnian--titly
ri.lti tho Interstate Commerce
commission from enforcing Ita order
prohibiting railroad companies from
pay in tc elevator companies for tho -le-vmlng
and transfer of grain. Mult to
oujolii tho commission an Instituted
by IVnvy & Co., and other represents
tlvca of tli elevator Interest mid the
c-aso li.ts been ponding for several
The opinion wa written by Judge
Walter U. Hanford and It was concur
red la by Judge V. C. IIok and Judge
Kluier II. Adam.
The order of the cvimmission wu to
lave become effective May 1. The case
vlll be appealed.
The former practice of the railroad
a to allow a cent a bushel elevator
charge on all grain shipped over their
lines anj unloaded at certain eleva
tors. The contention of tho Interstate
Commerce commission waa that tills
allowance was In the nature of a re
bate. The cane has been pending for
A KANSAS CITY EDITOR DEAD
Comes Suddenly to Aleiander
Butts, a Writer on the Star
for 22 Years.
Kansae City, Mo Alexander
Itu'.ta. associate ell:or of the Kan
sas City S'.ar, died at the residence
of his niumn, Mrs. I.. (J. Taylor, wife
f Ir. I O Taylor. 37:8 Harrison
Mr. Hut's had bi-en In 111 health
for several moihn and since last
Si-; tiTulx r, wh-n h" had a severe
trvjk ! n.
' Mr I irt was .wars old He was
N.rn In New I'hlla !-!ph ia. Ohio. In
t!.e early le took up newspaper
work with t!:. Knipr.rU New, of Km-'-oria.
Kan. He left there in and
went to work for the Kansas City
Star, with which pai-er t had be n
connected ever slni-e. He was a mem
r of the Kansas City Club, and li vl
there until lust September when his
WITH CANNON' AND THE TARIFF
All the Republican Newspapers in
the. Speaker' District Favor His
Ke-eiectlon to Congress.
I.nv:!e. II!. With practlrnlly ev
ery e;-tit!can and Independent
p.i;-cr In '.he iv.h congri lo:iiil d.s
ti ji t rcprr-i I'.ti d at a noeilng held
l.i-p for '.' r piirjsi-o of hcn.iilnj the
ra.upa'gn f -r ar.n nS rc-v l-e: ion to
loncrrM. a unanimous approval of
Cir.non poiir-ies an 1 a pledee to f-yr-It
er his cvn ti i.n y f r re-elc.-t ;.m was
(tin n In a f -rti of r - In'!-1!! a:n:l
e!:ers si, 1 stait.;- I it i f fee; The
Payne tariff J.i ! w as oti.nifnde. as
t.'ie -es' ( i"'f Mil ever passed by eon
k'rpn a:.d the entire I J l an a I
m,.r.l"aiion In K:h sta'c and nation
w as endorse d.
MAY RESTORE INDIAN SCHOOL
House Committee on Indisn Affairs
Reach Agreement Regarding
V aaMiiKt -in. l. C An agree
ment has Item Tearlnd In the
house rnnimlct-e on Indisn affaire by
wbli-h Hepresetitntlve Campbell of
Kansas is niithorlied to propose an
amendment to the Indian appropria
tion 1 111 now pending In the house fur
the restoration of the Chllofco Indian
vIok.I In Dkiaboiua. Mr. Campbells
aineiiiliiunt will provide for a con
vesnioii . f the lii!riit!.n Into an agri
cultural sihool for the idiicntlon of
liullans An appropriation of .i.ooo
III t.e llmerted In the bill which will
Piol-le taelllili-a to take care of buu
MAY INDICT DALLAS LYNCHERS
The Qrend Jury Has Deen Instructed
to Begin an Investigation
By Judge Sea.
Italian, Tent. Judge Sea In the
llslil.t court here Instructed the
tratid Juiy to Investleaie the lynch
in or thu uec-o, Allen lirooks, with
I view of ludli-llnc the mob ba.Irrs.
The iiilll'li has been rivalled and tho
taloons which were i kited have been
"Cpoene.1. The city Is qsilet now.
Fircment Vote to Strike.
Pan KraiielHio, i'al. At a ntoet
ng lield here, the fir ineu of the
Southern I'acllii- vo.cd to strike on
April I If a .leinnnd for a ten H-r cent
ncrense In wai;es la not met by that
-ompaiiy. Tho demand was uia.iu
louie time niio and met wl'h refusal.
Stubbs Would Stop Hanging.
Topek!. Kan tJov. Btubbs and
tat off iter will appeal to TresMent
I'aft to commute to life Imprisonment
.-be death sentence which was linioed
ir a Jury In the federal court two
iiontlia ago on Charles tJ'Ncil, a auK
Hogs at $11 Pr Cwt.
I'orUand, t)re Kleven dollar a
lundrrd was the price paid for choice
sons at the I'tilon stoi k yards. This
m the bUheat price paid In tha Cnlled
states for hoss In a half renmty.
I. ' '-erf'-j-T
T attnrr njn wt'h thm lntrrMl'i',loii
of jAtin Hl'-t-h. n. aJtu, ft MnU'
(-hiturtta niMn ntiirofrt1 y uthortu at
V!pjirino, f fj 1 1 j. Itinic Uwrrttd in
mlnlnic f'p-raTtor In 1uuMa, l.m
r'un, -J ly "l.il as an lntirrt -ttnniPt
and aa a rnff-i;in waa hi'llra At Mi
hnt) Mt attention wu attracted by an
Kn Hud man anl a yuunir wmnn.
IS t r' r.a rvuvl th youn w oman frm
a dtunicn f-ftlrtr. H thanktd by
ir. Aiimlral rf tha Pfmvlan navy rn
fronted sSu..htna. tr.ld him thnt nr a4
bn f1vlari tnt w-n C'hll an1 Iru
and fifffred him th offlr of riiain. He
deaird that that nlht th Kn -raMa. a
'hi loan vmw l, ifiuuld b t'tLpx .irS.
Ptphen arrrptl tha pimmiMinn.
F:i")J.rn fr.ft A mtky rrw, to mhl- ti h
mna aasiicnvd il fitv t)m final ln
alructiyna. Thry boardfd tha Teaatl.
CHAPTER V. Continued.
"There Is certainly do watchman
aft." I announced, softly, "unless be te
found Hx;n the other side of the cabin.
I'.atten down the companlonway while
I examine the deck. Two of you men
come with me."
We dropped over the low rail to
(tethrr. movinc sl'ently In our stock
ing f-et. The roof of the cabin, form
ing the quarter dock, extend, d clear
to the rail. We proped over this shad
owe-J space as though exploring a
rave, encov.trerlng nothing except a
few carr.p stools, although my fing'H
ilon n 1 a (toodly slj.1 boat swing
ing frcm d.ni'.s across the stern. Krom
the oj pf te side we could 1T for
ward toward the dim Ueht streamlriB
from out the l.aich. the d.tk being
thus fairly revealed aa far as the fun
nel. Ileyond all remained black and
Impenetrable. A man sat upon a bench
sr.Unst the side of the galley, a dull
red showing from his pipe bowl. His
earliest knowledge of our presence
was when the two men closed on bis
windpipe, and I pressed a revolver
mnrrle against his cheek.
"Not a sound. Jack." I muttered
eternly In Hpanlsh, "or else your l!!a
pays for It."
The pipe Ml with a r!!-k to the
deck, the fellow cyrs staring up at
u. l is opem d mouth, showing oddly
amid a surrounding gray beard. A
moment later, securely gagk-ei and
l i;l d. we lolled l.ia ho ly close l!)
against the rail.
"I thoucl.t I h ard a b'l of a I low
end a lp on the foeastle Jnst now.
fir." said one of the n-.i n. poii;tlt'g
eareriy forward I stiKd still. Intent
ly l!ti ning. staring Into the glunm.
"tju'.et enough there at present
rio'.iably Mr Tut'.le has been attend
Ing to the for'ard wa'ch. Come on.
lad-, and we'll Join fore s with Mm."
Itejond all doubt the main d ck was
clear n- far as the bridge, and. provld
Ing Tnttles new bad attended to
thi Ir shale of the woik. a tar as the
fo'castle bead 1 well. We advanced
cautiouslv. keeping ciiwe within the
denser shade aloi.g the wr-nthi-r rail,
pausing a moment to i-eer over the
edge of the open hatchway Into the
Illuminated space below. Two Ka
nakas. naked to the waist, their slim,
brown bodies glistening, i ach grasp
ing the handle ol a coa' scoop, weie
bw kr.J mi against a bulkhead con
versing, while on a low stool, tlpj-d
bark to a comfortable angle, hi feet
on the founded crospece. a pipe In
bis month, bis ha;.di buried deep In
his pockets sat a white man. with
re, I face and long, sandy mustachi a
Ills brow n overalls and pink under
Shirt told nothing distinctive, but the
uniform rap. pushed well back on bis
bristling stork of hair, ptorlatmed him
the Venn I s engineer. As I drew ba k
from this swift survey. Mr. Tut lie
suddenly rou'lded the end of the chart
house, and. with whlspited word of
tncjulry to one of tho men. advanced to
"Well." I said as soon a certain of
hi Identity, "tho aftcrdork Is our
without a blow; what have you dis
"Two ruen were poatod on the fo'
castle, sir," bo returned, the disagree
aide nasal tone apparent even In his
subdued voice. "We got tbera both,
but Mason was piickej with a kulfo
during the scuffle."
"Ild ou close the fo'castlc?" I
qui st lone I briefly.
"All fast. sir. but l doubt If any of
the crew at In-low."
"Well, there are some down In the
engine room, and tho fellow lu chuige
looks as If ho tulnlil fight on occasion
Take half a dou.-n men with you. and
jump below. The Kanaka wou't make
any serious trouble, but you had bet
ter clap a gun to the engineer."
I watched them as they swarmed
I'ko rata over the hatch combing and
dropped down Into tho light. There
was a scurry -lis of bodies, a sharp ex
change of blow, a yelp of alarm trout
the startled Kanakas, a stout Voliey
of Knglish oaths, and, when tho tangle
partially cleared away, the cuglneer
was lying flat on bis bark, tho knee
of the big singer at Itodrlgucs" at hi
cheit, and Tuttle koldlug a blue bar
relnd revolver at hi ear. I never bw
bald aa angrier man, but be wu help
"You Damned Bloody Pirate!" He
less as a baby. Assured of the future
of the engine room. I mounted the
teps and took a hasty survey of both
bridge and wheelhous-e. T,'"T "re
uni-crup'.i i the vesiel was entirely In
our pot,-, st lon.
in WH cn We Attain the Open Sea.
Our iidvititure had ! Sllcce-fu
ly uc oi;-; 1;-P. d through i's fits. s- ;
now it reiiiained to get snf. 1; o'.it to
se.x. As I t.nro.1 to ritr.oe rc.y steps
t.i the d-rk 1 em o.i! t le Ih So A
'Tretiv Pnky job. mon-li ur." be
said. Jovially. 'It was a 'at you call
re pn i le. 1 bet. 7. companion was
bxk', an' gnarj iHited. W at more
now for n,-T"
"lMiove Mr Tuttle In the englno
room. Ket ji three men below there
with you. an. I arm them as guards
Make the Kanakas do the firing, and
hold the engineer to It with a gun at
l is bead. You know enough about a
stokehole to tell whether thir.gs are
Rottig right, don't youT"
He nodded, and I could see the
gleam of his white teeth.
"Then get our steam up, but don't
let those fellows f. re mi as to drive
any (tame out of the stack, and watch
that Johnny pull so that he can't put
any klr.ks In the machinery. Iont
take oiir i'iii off him lai you under
stand the signals?"
"A y. ay, mon-leur."
"Then stand I ). We'll tow out at
once with the boat a. but I want you
ready tor tmsin. ss the very moment
we cast off the lines, t-end all th
rest of the men on deck and ask Mr.
Initio to rport to me hero Imme
diately." I was not ki ( t waiting. Two men
came stumbling up the companion T
together. I eied at them, uncertain
of their Idem sty In the gloom.
"I that you. Mr. Tuttle"
"Yes. sir. Thla Is Johnson, one of
the wheelsmen: thought yon would
likely t-eed htm, so I brought Mtn
"Very good. Johnson, go on up
Into tho whcelhouse and ate that all Is
clear I'll give you direction later.
Mr. Tuttle. w-'ll tow out until we get
the sweep of the sea fairly under our
foie foot. (Jet the ltncs out to the
host at once, with full crew at the
oars. You aro to take command, and
I shall have to trtit you for the
course, as we can't risk signaling. I
presume you sr acquainted with the
"Iloen In here eight time In ten
year w Ithont a pilot."
"Then you ought to know the
course, hut lake no chances; feel your
way, only keep the rop-ea taut. Have
you any man f t to take charge of the
second loat I iieej He Nova tw low."
"The tiontswalti. sir; thst big fellow
a Ith tho scar."
"What a his name"
-1UU Anderson "
"All light; put him In the cutter.
I.cave mo three men on din k, and post
the U.'sl cue of the lot at the stern
line ready to cast off. A soon as you
get the rope out I'll slip the anchor
chain, and leave the Oukra In the mud.
Yelled. Giaring at Me Savagely.
Work llvc'y cow; we must be well out
at sea N-fore daj light."
He stood leaning tgainst the rail.
r-ertt:c out over the water, tis hands
shndir.g his cyt-s.
"Hive jou spotted ar.y guard !-os
with jour gla&sesT" Le questioned, ua-
t! at one yonder: e. the ycl
it 1st rouid.t.g the s'-rr, of that
; li en- was a ft- am launch
to the wet: about JO n.isutt
!.; it htu.1 to have i';s-.p-
O H the:
"Swallowed up la the fog I.kely." he
admitted. snu!!.::g t e a.r like a
point, r d--e. "We-Ji fit: 1 it batkei
pretty h. avy o.itslde. or 1 m a lubber.
Well so t. . i tr Vi tV.rt f,,f m, 4..K
j Ail rtL-Mt. V.r. f-'e; Pi ns. Ira c ff. cti
j wre'll have j ou In tow In a Jiffy. I'll!
I rut the rigger at the fiern line: he t
the best ail round land on board "
However I may have disliktd and
j distrm'ed the wl.alett.sn he certainly I
; proved ninsei: an arle seantan ar.3 a
smart officer. Ho comprehended every
detail of his work, and held his men to
It finely. W.thln HO m'.sutcs we wera
In motion, moving slowly, jet s'eadliy.
toward the black vacancy outlined by
e harbor lights cn eithtr hand.
There was no disturbing sound to be
tray progress, the yacht's sharp cut
water cleaving Its passage through
the liquid with the men st faint rl pie.
scarcely leaving a gleam of white foam
behind, the ours clipping sHeut'y, the
two line hi Id taut to the strain Kx
ultant. I climbed once again to the
bridge, gave a few dtrec'lot to the
observant Johnson s an.lmc motion
less at tie wheel, and leaned anxious
ly ovr the ra:l. studying the wster
front through leveled g'ssses.
It was a barren. il serted waste, ri
rept for a deeply laden s !.. t..r t.-at-tug
slowly up along the north shore
under closely rvefi d topsails, and the
gleaming lights of a large sti atv.er
Just biglniiii.g to emerge faintly
through the ruMam ef fog a trifle to
mi 1-ni on 4 in- i.-n;(
iHi.-iia appeared us vo ins'gr.'.ncar.t
Mots on the suiface. but that they
were making rxctllent progns w s
proved by the way we were steadily
drawing up toward the outer lights
already shining round and v ( ;;,i
through the Increasing haie.
How datk, sil ri, uncanny the
gloom enshrouded yacht atpvarej as 1
leaned over the taroaultu protected
rail and ga:ed down ou the dtscrtrd
deck, no movement, no gl atn cf light '
any when- visible. The two rt ast. for j
the vv s.-v 1 was schooner 1 1 tgvd. rose ra-
kishly and with coble swwp Into the;
aky. yet I oould trace I:: tie of the j
cordage agamst the t v; ins of cloud j
They ap;H-ated skeMon :ke rceC to j
be broken by a gust of w.nj A slight j
fringe of white water alone ma; ked i
pur prvsrew-. while a misty vaj-or of
escaitr.g s'.eatu sivke of the ct.a 3rd
euglne and hissing boilers below. As
I rested thus, the watchful Joaaun
grasping the spokss t-eh.ud lua, the
uionieuiou event of the past i w
hour swept through my u.loJ t.ke
fragments of a stranfe, disconnected
dreatu my se'Cjtnly hopclos pilgat
in vaovaiaiso, suj cvouvvviaf wuaj
Lleut. gati'.h si;
w-l'h the K:.g::i
ejee of Ijurit; ti. Li',b of inia ia
tertst aro-isM ly her prei' az-J
aa quickly knt aga a; tie t.'.iz,
wlngiLgof the pLdt-lum of F-; ti.?
apprrja h of Ie Cas'llio lr,;r u -i x
pc:-d o; port'i'.l'.y for action ar.l -ca;.
and th'- liter vt.'s sii'l La1
rtt rsji Jtr f.-liowM I s'rf a rxy tail
hard aalist the l.-'o rail t.t assjr
cyss'.f I was awake. nxA to ar-j'-ve cj
dorri-axit faoLl'.Iss to a'.'. oa..
"Hoid her teajy as s.-.e u. Johtscc." j
I Ud. rry voic trrrulous frc.-nj sci
den swakecltg. "I'm ga:i.g iow u i
rwcail the boata"
"Steady aa she Is. air." i
In the englr. rx-.n. two ex ea. J
each graaplr.g a ran, a'-J tt..:t'?.- j
ly acainst a bulkhead, while Ls Suva, j
bare-headed, tis little black cti?'l !
clearly cu'linel arainst the olive of
his he.-k. oecjpied the stool Utvwi ;
them. The Hacaka Ercrr.en er c
of slrht. but tha red far i et,glr.erj
was on tis kcees tickerir.g ever a .
refractory bolt with a to'Jiikey wrt-srh. i
"Kveryh'r.g workltg all rlrhl, i!r. j
De Nova" I q-je-sM ori'-d. quietly. ;
The tys-s of the four cea ir"t?y '
'.nrxci toward tr. the -r.c.:er
tra.fhtaics up, coeVk y-wrt-r.1. h ii ;
the n. a'e res-?
"J-yt o? the
house drop; ing
hr. rr.c r.sie .jr." asi ,
o ! .s t.
"W ere a-e
cf the oceaa tnier our fen
go!r.g to call In the bosla.
!,--.:. I i: '
j Itnty cf coa'.T"
' r.ur.ker all full, wtisieBT."
"How Is your steam"
He steprw-d over to the pauce. jer
Ir.g at it across the burly shoulier of
the engineer, who still stod str.r.g
"Pretty tear cp to se dinfer dark.
"Then s'and ty for siirr.als"
The er.c1r.eer came to life as 'boJch
freatel to an e!-ctrir shock, his Cst.
s'-iH graspir-g the tuoakey-wresch.
stidd'-tly expended. hU red face l"ar-
plirtg with passion. j
"Vou daa:n-d. tlrKyly ri't'!" b i
je'.ied. g'.ar:r. g at rxe savegly. j.-, ;
htir.p the whole lot cf you n.l be f-.'T !
this birwv !y n'irht'i work No. I wts't '
ke p still, you ri.cs.i-; face J x..ulat:o. I a :
a f:.-el-. m !i:oc. aa' I'll a:i.-h la '
5cr..e o: toj jet
aa' 1 U
!iv? to see the rest hur-s la chains for:
the hi s-.'y i irat.-s y u are. Jus: wait
till joi.-e ca::cht. an' thea you woa't
be gr:r.r.i3' thst way at an h.-.crsi '
n an. Ch. you'll git It all riht. r.-.y
fine Ssds. There 11 be hell to pay tot
Jch. let n-.e I. I' you! I: s ca
to'h'.a" you'll t-e daccia' then, jca -t:.urd.ria'
s;aa o' heii'"
Ie Nova jtt'S'J the lam1! t! i re
j volver ir.'o the man s ceck, with a
r'em threat and an unpleasant gVsrr.
Ing of white teeth. The sailors re
l n.simd Waning rn their gur.s. gritL g
; as If la eti.'oy n.i r.t cf tlw i ity
"Never n.ln' 'at he say. sfr." anl
the Kate glance.! cr towir-d c. as if
tn ap-oloty 'He bust oat sat way
ever" fi.V minute since we be i-ysa
here. We have club Mm. two. t're :
t:me. but he stick here Just le saf-ie. i
an' ruu le ng:ne On'., oul. It ut.
le Way w't te l-uil headed Ksg'-lsher." .
"I see." I acknowledged. Crawtr.g
l ack. ' o: ly w itch thst he dorsa I kl:.k '
the mac hlnery." '
I was cot In the least syrpr'sel at
dSscverir. one of his national. 'y ta
charge of the vets, i s . ae mopj. '
nor was I sorry. He would fer! p;.;e;
ral Interest la the affair, sf rr l
once cbaily ctw; rehco Jed the s.tu '
tton. while a native Ch.'.ean r..::.t be '
In.t-el'ed by a sr'--".t of patri.e-id
C.O..C us serious f'-ihle llli'UhtX3eo
wem- very frequently met st'A la J.r I
r.-:i eigtr.e rxms; this fellow had!
I'l !M) been picked u; tvte c'
be 'o r q-jhI. atlor.s thai asy ca'.Ivc .
ajp i.-art. or. lc ,M, he n.'.sM tA
i t.--, a a n
.tvr of the vr'.g.ta; crvw vd
b fore It was d:xtcn-J oil
ij .,, jxett
to t! fvv.-rr.rt.irl I sell have s!
ta'k with Ura later; rsiraawhl.e l
was ct-fiaia'.y la g J tauis; ad Ii
had r.,' ;th e se to attead to. Te!
low o csx in hand c-vvr hard.!
and e Ci I.tJ drt;;!ig on the tone j
cast ili.'v At the etj of thera ite j
two hcvat caiergt-4 ft-at o it the f.-g. j
and the mca t-r.M-'-l la s:i.'.lv ov.ri
the ra.l. I watched from the vac-ace
i f ti e bride- as the -..: crw tailed j
out o i:e fsl.s. d!t:eu'.tU'g TufU's;
r.a?at toar a'oov the la.:rsact shuf !
f.:c of fiet. I
-.Mor wxst hy tAr'. Jetnia now
.o!J her swady. f.y 14." '
t pullisl t.-.e svnal cord d;aily dls-j
ttnfuish'r the fatst rv-spoaslva iir:kie
c the N 11 far Uucalh lka a Koutsd t
suddenly r..aed for the chase. Ihe
steauier s,-ai. forward Into lie (og
wrvaths a&d vli isd her sharp aoe ta
T G CvNTlNVi:t
Will Not Ca Far Wrong.
Let ws a little permit iuuv to las
her own w! sae twlter uudvrsuads
her own a-Jl: than aa aloala'.aue
"I ae C.w-irj aa feel tie a sr
car. I t-e b-a a w-.M--r f-orw dw-I"-7-S
ad srjcr nacu'a far ths ata tw-
y---i. I hav beew U i - r tsrir carl
otirr drrrs. bw. truest tl a f ixirmly
i r a sacrt trasr. I wO tvmaEaeavl
Csrar-a to xry Jrswja aa tie etlj tiirsr
f iz'- 7s.m aad was? t.cwaca aarj tat
k -p towstla ia fviA
Tie ar eerr tt to eal
llrrj Staacb Cbrzi, Pa.
fsi. fjmatM.. ss. Tes
ZV Sr- Vw nttr.4 T't rw
was wtmiti4 . i m !! -T
cms r s 'ms as ssw j tmju aft
Cured Kijlit at Home
t car 1 m h rn i. . tmtr
"1 ea si-g - s-w-f km T'jr-aa. m
-1 rt-x.- o tt-t t Ct.
If X "v. rs-f ywt nn,
A o r-v - T- tat"
So Us m. T . Mr a i-rt.
Wiet He Was After.
fleorg V a-h r.t' H-cry Clay Lia
rvlt, Crer. t ee oj -ti-f.a' yiyir.ger
:k-T ci ts was ' ;j. cly called
:;3 tot 1-Lg io to eipiaia 1 1 prew-eio-e
a: 1 a n. :a ih hfthose of a
' .S'eincg :iiy ch'ck-n are yoa. yoj
I'.ak r.scilT' the otti-r d-tc.a.il
G' rge W. It C. U C. roil-i h s ye
ceil they .! a.l whl'es
" Now. bow. ikyeh. Mar George."
he prctest-d. al aint bo way ter ac'
an ploase d.n' p. at da? gun at tae
dat er way. rucoet. sab." bo hastily
ai:-d. hc'i:r:( up h.. battered ha I aa
a sh e'.d "Ah 'clar Ah warn t gwtns
s'exl co ch.kent: no. aah' Ah wrt
t n er il.iiif' stury aa AS de' eotse
v. iw)ca rv.n' fcyah ter gtt kal cvior
y sah da! s ail Ah was after. Ah
'c'.ar to d UsJ k I was'"
If She Had Her Chece.
A gentleman who Ct ! great amtues
cui to t ll:cg h s '.' wb rtt Lady of
thir e-qii.atn'n"-w he w.U lect as
h r s'.cv-s-ssor whi she tfte. and who,
on. Oiy. had leva teasicg her Hl
tiun)V-e-'s mock-eorsoue allusion to
the s..t.'ct. suddtely c.l.-i Ihetr III-t-e
daugh'.er to hl-n acd a.kr-i bcr.
h-k g wi-.h laughter at bis own wit;
' MtJri'sr, how would you Uke to
t.tve a sttU'Riotbt-r"
The chllj cor.s Jervd for a ruu:ool
and tt'cn. wuh Kteat tiicniticM re-
'I th nk Id much rather have a
stv piatber "
CHANCE TMt VIBRATION
II Msses for Healtrv.
A cia tried leaving off meat, pota
toes. cvf?e. and etc. acd adopted a
hrvakfa.it of fruit. C.rrWs wllh
c.-v:u. scr crlup t-.ast and a cup ol
lit health began to lirpruve at onoa
for ih n-w.n list a meal vater alii
reach a place oace tn a while when
kit system seem to tsecvuie clogged
e')4 th ttiachtoeryr doa t aore:
A I'hsng'j of this kind put aside food
ef low aurrt.tive value and laikee p
fvx-d aud dr'.uk of the highest va'u.
alrra.fy parity dlgeated aud capahla
cf be 'tig quickly changed luto good,
rich t. -J and s'rorg tissue.
A uwt valuable feature of llray.
Nut t It i' natural phosphate of Vol
ah grou In the grain from which ft
Is made. This U the e'.eim-ut which
tr.vns!oriu alhuuu-a lia the body Into
the sett gray sutetauc whtca, B.l
train and nerve centers.
A fer da.v' use Of drape Nut will
give ou a degrsse of ncvOua strength
ell worth the trtal.
Lock. In pkg for tse little hxk. -Tha
Koad loWellvtUe " "Tk'l Ksst
tce 4 iSs aSxsva A
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se oiw1 uss ss twit
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