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Many vonwn who nuffer with bark
die, btaringdown pain, headaches
nil nervousness do not know that
these atlrnenta are usually due t
troublo vita the
Kidney rill re
mcve the cause.
Cross, Church 8L,
v BIOTl'UtOD, Af It,
ii,. "For eek
I was bont double
by pain In my back
f i and the kidney
I I crellons were pro-
t-w-."e fuse. My feet and
ankles were badly swollen end 1 had
headache and dizzy spells. Six doc
tor treated me without relief and I
finally began taking Doan'i Kidney
SMlla. They cured me."
Remember the came Doan'i.
For 1e by all dealers. 60 cents a
box. Foater-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. T.
This pie," said he, "li not at all
I.Ike mother used to bake:"
His wife's remarks, however, were
Like mother used to mak.
Quite a Job on Hand.
"What's hla business?"
"Well, as near as I can make out be
fa matrimonial agent fur hla two
daughters." Stray Stories.
Those who are untrue to themselves
are false to others.
Cured by Lydia E Pink
Milwaukee, Wis. "lydl E. rink,
liani'g Vegetable Compound has made
met wen woman.
and I would Ute to
tell the whole world
of it I suffered
from female trouble
and fearful pafnsSa
ther all decided
that I had a tumor
adriscd an opera,
tioa. LTdia .
.lluliiiaiird VeiioUtne Canrpound mule
mio a well wpruan and X hare no most
backache. I bope 1 cau klr ottiers by
tolUnr Mtieva what Lydia JLrinUimi
VwUble Compound la Am lot:
itvlu Mrs. Em m a Imkk, 3 1'irstSt,
Hilwaukee, Wis. t
4 "'be aboTe is only one of tfas Uvotwi
Bands of grateful lotters hich are
eonatantly being: receiwd by ihei
llnkliara Medlciue Compcy of Lynn..
ila8.,wlii h prove beyond adoabtthatt
Xydia E. I'iiJitham's Vegetable Com--pouni
made from root and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women afU-r all oth-.r means;
failed, and that every ancU uf.
eriiiB woman owes It to herself to at,
i. 1 -,lli V. TlnVham'a Veinta..
i.i. fi:.,n.i . ri Worn iinilt. I
-tins to an operation, ex gltring Vf
Iinne of recoverr. !
Sirs. Plnkham, of Lywn, Mm ;
Invites all ulclt whii to write. ,
tier fir advloe. hliei liae puld"dl
houtttiids to LctUth ttud bcr
advice U i'rt.
after tuklng salts or cathartlo
waters did you ever notice that
weary all 'iie foelhiff the palms
of your hands nweat and roiicn
taste in your mouth Cathartic
only move bv aweatinff your bowels
lk a lot of hurt Try a CASCA
HET and seo bow mudi easier the
job I done how much better
you foul. tut
CASCARF.TS Hie a box for wwk's
tvcMtiiirnt. Hit clniffk.''. Jlsi-H"- nrllrr
iu lh wurid. Miilwu tu&c a mwuia.
A OwUiri (Ultrl lot !TrUbiirt
PHutum-li Truvulf,. llllij
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Tndallitik. 1,1 J ii .ur. A 1 I IWiiili Mi
u.),ub,mutt. A. S. OLlsITEO, Le Hot, M.Y,
DAISY FLY KILLER f.'
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QPftStltSM erMwphlM MnWiTrMiM.
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The ntnry opens with the Introduction
of John Htpphpnn, advent tirer. a Masaa
ctiu!Mfft mn marooned by authorities at
Valparaiso, Chile, ll-lna Interested In
mining- operations In Bolivia, he was de
nounced ty Chile as an Insurrectionist
and a a consequence wm hiding. At his
hotel Ms attention wu attracted by an
Knirllshman and a youna woman.
Stephens rescued the yoiinjr woman from
drunken officer. He &i thanked by
hpr. Admiral of the Peruvian navy con
fronted Stephens, told him that war had
been declared between Chile and Peru
and offered him the nfnre of captain. He
drtro6 that that niffht the Kmneralda. a
Chilean vep ehould be captured.
Ptephens accepts the coments!on.
fitephem met a motley crew, to which he
waa aenlfrncd. ltd nave them ttnl In
trurtlons. They boarded the Venn. They
ucr-eap fully raptured the veiieel puppofiiM
to be The Esmeralda, through tr.iteiry.
Capt. Stophens frave directions for the de
parture of the craft. He entered the cab
in and discovered the Enffllsh woman
and her maid. Stephens qui-kly learntMl
the wroti vewwel had been captured.
It waa Trd I'arllnffton'i private yaoht,
the liird's wife and mojd beiriff aryard.
He explained the ettuatinn to per ladv-
h!p. Then Klrat Mate Tuttle laid bare
the plot, saying that the Bt-a Uueen br.d
been taken In order to go to the Antarc
tic circle. Tuttle explained that on a
former voyate he had learned that the
TVnna Isabel waa loat in KM He had
found It frogen In a huge case of Ice
rn an Inland and contained much gold.
fTephens consented to be the captain
cf the expedition. He told Itdy
Iarllngton. Ktie waa greatly alarmed,
but expreaaod conrl.lente In him. The
iHea Queen encountered a vessel In the
f'"g. Stephena artnpteiS to communicate.
This caused a nerce struggle and he waa
overcome Tuttie Anally aouarlng the nit
ration. Then the W'a Qjrn headed south
again. I'nder TutUe's gutdanvt' the ves
sel made progreaa toward Its goal.
Ie Nora, the mate, told Stephens that he
Jblleved Tuttle. now acting aa skipper.
Insane because of his queT actions.
Ptephens waa awakened by -fanning of
flasa. Ha saw Tuttle in t).- grf of a
apaam of religious mania and overcame
him. The sailor upon regaining hts senses
waa taken 111. Tuttle committed suicide
ahootlng. Vpon vote of the crw
Btephana assumed the leadership and the
men decided to continue the treasure
hunt, the talanda being supposed to h
only J0O miles distant. Tuttie waa burled
In the aea. Lady Iarllngton pronouncing
the service. Stephens awaking from
leep aaw the ghost, euppvwed to have
fnrmarf Vi KsaaTsi f.t TuItlA'a rplltrtollB
I mania. Upon advice of Lady Partington,
Stephens started to prolie the guost.
He came upon Lieut. Ranches, the drunk-
Jn officer he had humbled in Chile. He
ound that at Sanches Inspiration. En
gineer McKnight played Mhost" to acart
he men Into giving up the quest
lie promised with a eager earnest
ness that went far toward convincing
me I bad not only conquered the
man, but won his friendship as well.
' "Then watt here, McKnight, until
I can pass back alone through the en
gine room. In ten minutes you slip
through, and let tbla end It. Shake
bands, my man."
left .hvlew in 'the black
Lady Darlington stoer! wfthln the
oor of her cabin waitlsg for me, her
face brightening as I emrged through
'the pantry door.
I "Who was IX r
! "McKnight r I caught 11m rn the
Tfry act, but shall keep from the
crew. There will be no repetltloa of
this affair, I am sure, for now we
are homeward bmind."
How quickly her gray eyes- light
ed up, her hands Instantly clasping
"Homeward bnwnd, Mr. Smphens!
Here we already attained th sprit
sosght In this sea? Was there nofh
lng discovered thre as a reward for
alt this long voyave?"
"tin, we are u yet there, hut I
hae dotermlneil ton turning back.
J an nut take ynu any funhi:r Into
l"t hy? hy?
Is the pertl so
How mm Ik far-
tker south muni we go?"
With futr luek. the wind hnMIng
It Is, we nilght attain tint pimttK'ii
tomorrow. 'TIs not a lung run; but.
l.ady Darlington. I atn afraid to rttk It.
The sllghteot alant of wlnl will Hng
the Ice crashing down upon us. We
are under DaiuocU's' sword, suffpetid
ed by a bair This Is the brgtuning
of winter In thuse latutudes of Urns
gales from the south sweeping arrosit
leagues of fruii-o waters We have
bceo wonderfully fortunate thus far,
yet, a single day, ay, a single hour,
might seal our fate, hi-mmlng us In be
yond any possibility ot escape. I
might take the chance If we were all
mere adventurers on board, but I dare
not trifle any longer with your life."
"I I am not that kind of a coward,
Mr. Stephens. You you owe It to
those men to push on, now we are so
near their goal. You have pledged
them your word, and and I waut you
to kp It "
i The conipanlon-door slid bak, and
a niaa came heavily down the steps.
As bs caught sight of us ho pulled oft
his cap awkwardly.
! "Mr. Ue Nova si nt me to roll jou,
sir." he said. "It's four bulls."
i CHAPTER XIX.
In Which W Attain 6' 17' South.
When morning arrived the 8 a
'Quoeu was plunging through an an
gry ses, in the midst of a raging
snow slorm which effectually cou
cealed all our immediate surroundings.
With vivid remembrance, of those vaut
Ice fields lying off our sUrtKiard quu-
Within a Minute De Nova Had Joined
ter, and the certainty that numerous
bergs were driftliic not far ahead,
were compelled to slow down our en
gines, feeling a way cantlously through
the white fog. The le-cakes buffeting
onr bows, and scraping along the sides,
were a constant mewacw, requiting
men to fond them off so- as to keep
rudder and screw uninjured; the
mainsail had broken Rose from Its
gaskets, and, frozen stiff aw the heavy
canvaa was, proved dlfflcuU) to secure;
while the Ice on our forward deck
had accumulated to such is thickness
as to b weighting us down by the
head, arnf had to be chopped looee and
flung overboard In great blhrfca,
It was not far from noon when the
heavy sncnr-rkiads broke and went
scurrying away Hke a flock ct bints,
leaving the- wide sweep of waters
clear to our view, with a yellaw sua
hanging culdl to the pale bluer it the
1 hardly kv where we wen, not
feeling a iW. certain about the extent
of our drif dii-ln the past 24 Hours,
and so hatlt broTght my lnatnments
on deck and ithot the sun, stepping hi
to the chart llnw to Hgure otiC onr
posittiin. The rrxert si'tit a saililim
thrill of exurtatlon- through mo.
"We havo ,ittalnf the spot!" t n
rlalmed. as I! glaib-rd uji, and saw
hrr gazing In' at io through the -n i
door. "Now we will ascertain th
truth of Tutile's vfulon."
"The siiot?' ITo you mean tlJIi- l
the point or ua have been svk
Ay! and now, tmank God! we rati
head the oU!-r way."
I sprang eagerly past her, clinging"
to a lift line mi m In kr-ep my f-t
on the d-ck, Un thoroughly a lted
by my diaovery h remaiu any lung,
er In l(!li'ttH.
"Johiiaoa, run blow, and r.M Mr.
De Nova. Have him turn out at
I watrned th fellow slide to the
rnmpanliai, and made my own way to
the brldie, swot-ping my glai-ses ani
totihly lahout th cli-ailng horlmnn.
Within a ml it rt a l Nova hd Joined
nip, lilm eyes still heavy from slii-p.
"Mr. Du Nova, 1 said, rapidly, my
gloved hand sweeping a setiloirrte In
our trout, "I have Just taitun aa ob
servation, asd this is latitude H 17'
soulh and lonrltudo ildf 31" west.
H'in your aharpil eyed lookoist to the
forrtopMII yard with tW glasses,
llvn call all hands."
lie went down the bridge stairs
us though shot from a gua, and a
moment later a young seaman named
rlyisies waa swiftly footing the rat
lines, their coating o? Ice breaking un
di-r hla truad and rattling on the deck
below. The men Swarrned out from the
forw-antlti and up the main batch, rally
ing tbeuiselves about the fool of tke
foremast, watcblng me eaRerly, and
oceaiilonatty porrlng up al Uymea. sow
well above the croaa trees.
"Ids," I cried, bending over th
rail of the bridge, and staring gown In-
Ui their uplurnsd faces l v Just
Me, Mis Eyes Still Heavy with Sleep.
figure"1 out our position, aad thla Is
the spwt wa're ben hunting after fn
these svas. Tre wnt Symes- aloft to
look out for Tuttle's Island. If then'-
any laiM In sight, well an good;
we'll hare a try for looting th Donnat
Isabel of those Spanish pesos. But If
t, then we'll tall It a wild! goose
rtase, an f the Sea Queen polat her
n we norn'x"
ThiTe s a flTJt, half hearrd at
tempt at a cheer, which ended- in a
muerlng tf oathe and a Bhuflllng of
feet on the ley itanks. The pliaires
of t.ie fello turned upward tswnrd
Sym. now securely posted on' the
foret.tpsall yard, tbw glasses te- his
eyes. One or two among them,. In
cluding Andenwm, cfam tiered te- the
top of the for.snastle- where they enuld
"lio tbo Mull;" tie latter -lled
"do wo know this 1 the place, and
sudden t from tuar lnt of vantage,
that you ain't' ftHilIn'- us Just ts get
The cnwa Itimnl rvslr cye Ofmt,
and I h rd a grrw nt approval.
"Principally lratii 1 say sr An
diTHon The chart, with our coarse
pricked a It l.uy by day. Is y wider
In the ctiart honsr. .tnd my figures
are there also tir thit day s Pckon
"Hut don't any us kuos any
thing ebmit that'.'-
"True Mtiough, hut there h.e;pens
to be one-ou boJBtl wo ran figure It
out for jmu If yuu -kiuht my word
Ijidy liai lingiim oan o It"
The rising me-Oy nt growl in (.-voices
ceasi'd a'luotrt tntttaafly. and If I had
f;lt any uueatliM- an- to wliat I er lady-
shiu would do if waa ImiiM'dl.mdy si'
leuced. Khe sli;iif to the n.g ol inn
stairs, birlliiuii'ttiri'es ba k, ier nuir
blowing IU Ulu winC
I I aellevo Hioreughly lu,Mr. Pifc-
phens," she .itd, eiesrly, ' ut It
true thiul 1 knuw s)ethlng a duvikb.
Hon, at if ir yum really doubt' his staKe
ment I will tlfaiir It out fmr you."
"Now you lien that, llds," n.y
voice ringing ' atern oitr the hidV
bub. "T ou'D' iifeve this, lady if In"
ri'sulls are lh same as aloe. Nj
stop your growBng."
1 n'llowt ray hsmtat for a SaJl
"What you pick ur fiymes.r'
tiis worda came b:.-t In a tkitu.t
of tuumt as ha lookcql down upn a
from his bobbing pert a.
"Not very much, nr. except wator.
Tliere'a a hell of a Mg field Ice
out yonder." pointier with on hand,
ahe filher grlppliiR the spur, 'but Ifa
I mostly flat, an' all gllntcnln' with
snow. Tliere s mayne a utn norgs
a In-ad an' off thw pirl qtiurter, mostly
in odium aize, but with tho devil of a
big fi-llow a point or so to the north."
"Not a sign, sir, unless that's it 1
lake for a big, berg. The shsdows look
dark enough tor i o k "
' Kao bar off two points, Vthwl
"T,vto yolnta it la, lr."
.I V L
We stood there, silent and motion
walling anxiously, the men
ranged along the rail, with their eyes,
all turned forward. I rang for full
speed, and the Sea Quen fairly
leaped ahead through the icy moth
er, ftlnnlng clouds of white spray over
the heedless figures. Within ten min
utes' we began to perceive the huge
mass we were approaching from the
deck, and never before had my eyes
looked upon so gigantic and majestic
a mountain of Ice. It was one lm
mense cliff towering leto the upper
air, bring fully 300 fet high, and not,
lss than 1.S00 feet In length, with
vast glittering pinnacles rising still
farther Into the sky. Its entire front
a sheer pn-clplee, gleaming In cold
blue, with hardly a darker shadow
anywhere to yield relief to the eye.
We rounded Its eastern edge so close
ly one could have tossed a biscuit from,
the foreyard against its smooth front,
the swell of Its motion tocslng the dar
ing yacht like so eggshell. Symes
clung to his perch aloft with the grip
of a monkey, swinging back and forth
to the wild swaying of the spar. Sud
denly he yelled down:
"There's wind comln' from ths
"I-ooks to be a stiff brecxe, an'
It's brlnsirg more enow."
"Lay down from aloft."
I sprang over to consult the binnacle-card,
and then cast one swift,
comprehending glance at the thicken
ing gloom In the southwest. Heyond
doubt the change had come.
"Give her two more points north,
wheelsman; keep her head nor'east
by nor' steady so. Mr. De Nova,
send another man up here to the
wheel. All hands now; stow every
thing; tall on to those gaskets lively,
my lads; we're In for a blow, and a
run for our lives."
To my amazement scarcely a man
among them stirred, tho eyes of the
majority turning toward Anderson.
Kvlieiii!y thvre was an understanding
between them; they Intended to revolt
and had cboaen him their leader. He
stood Just In front ot the forersstle,
a lumping big figure In his heavy
clothes, his coarse face and ugly Jaw
bowing beneath a fur rap.
"What yer turnln' north for In surh
koxry, Mr. Stephens?" he growled,
hnarsdy. "It's not by vote o' th
crew, an' we're the ones thst's got
nliey say of It on this voyage. We're for
keepln' along this line o' latitude
for a day or so anyhow. Tuttle might
'a' got his figgers tangled an' missed
Pw lesgues. Anyhow, we went ths
la!y to give o her reckoning Orst."
r felt the hot blood lesp to my face,
and my t-etb clenched aa 1 leaned
over the rati gating down at him.
'Tads." I said, striving to master
no"''lf- "I've put you exactly wbers
I uromteed I would; I've shown you all
that was here. You can aee for your
Strive wliat will happen if we hold on
airy longer. The wind has swept
arsund, It t going to bring that who!
pai-k of c down on us We've got te
pm for It. ot lie crushed. Now what
I want fo know la, are you with me,
oTwl!h llifl Anderson?"
They held off muttering, yet rastlni
uovasy glances over the rail. Ander
sm stumps angrily on the deck.
"Oh, to hell with yer line words."
he said; rrtmly. "What If tho wind
b.ia chungeii a bit? Can't we beat
i ff Urn flue under steam the same as
! did' liehire? We're sailor-men. and
in afiata at a rough sea. For one, I'm
Uiiimd ir t leave that gold to rol
!re wtlluiut turn tin' for It."
WoHta weie riea.., . ld ,
rppnl. hmi-k my houvy coat, ur...
.'IT i") gloves, all putierire exhausted
"fume on, IK) Nova. I exclaimed.
'v.m'Vrt got sense wuou;h to reuIlM
i wlinl (his menus,"
I- was over the rati with a leap, front
Ling til-") on Hie d-rk. Almost to mj
-niirpr.iae the Creole landed besidu me
ami' without a word e airucg out ai
the heads lu our front. It was a Acre
mlup for a minute, yet only a man oi
twu, stood wliti Anderson. the sua
doaaess of our sjimiuII taking all th
ilaht out of moat of them. I struck
l)Wt IHIlitsIr squarely In the faee.
dctvlng him back against the steps
leading to 'he furor aat In deck; ovei
tnsse he fell sprawling, his head
thumping the plank. The next Instaul
1 had De Novas antagonists in tb
war. and together e luid thmn out
SRulnst the rail, and none too gently
Tho niatoa smile had become ugly,
nrl hn would have leaped Into tho rest
of the bunch, but I cutiKtit his arm.
(TO Uli CONTlNt'UU.)
How to band Him In a Wsek.
Monday bo pretty, Suille once.
Tuesday Ho prettier, Frown al
Wednesday lie pnslve. Kiih one.
Thursday Confeu your regard, loi
rrldsy Laugh at him.
8undar.N.kui lb 4ajl-N. Toil
Hernia. . - '
Contains double tho nu
triment and none of the
impurities so often found
In so-called fresh or raw
The use of l&j'$ In
sures pure, rich, whole
some, healthful milk that
Is superior in flavor and
economical in cost.
Lilbj'g Evaporated Milk is
the purest, freshest high
grade milk, obtained
from selected, carefully
fed cows. It is pasteur
ized and then evaporat
ed (the water taken out),
filled into bright, new
tins, sterilized and sealed
air tightuntil you need it.
Use' Libby's and tell
your friends how good
When Her Faith In the Lord Fallen.
During the progress of a big "pro-
traded meeting." for which the south
Is famous, an ardent sister of the
church, who usually came In an old
fashioned buckboard drawn by the
family horse, waa late tor a particular
ly ImiHirtant service and was being
severely censured by the pastor.
Explaining the reason for being late
the good sinter said that the horse
had taken fright at a passing train
and bolted and that the wreck ot the
rig had prevented her from being on
'My dear sister, such little things
should not make you late for divine
services. You should trust In the
Well, brother," she replied, and
there waa a look of calm pi aci-fulnens
on her lace "I did trust In the lird
till the b llyband busted and then I
had to Jump." riltshurg I'bronlcle-TeU-giapx
-Show Me Another."
Soon after twins had arrived at the
home of a prominent dry goods mer
chant recently the proud father lod
his son Ith-bard, aged four. Into the
room to see the little strangers. The
father first pulled down the covers
and shewed one of the babies to hi
sen. He then walked to the other
side of tho bed and exhibited the
other twlu. Itlchard gazed at the two
for a moment with a noncommittal
look on hie face, and then demanded:
Show me another, papa."
Understood the Sea.
Ills Daughter Caddy, you were
wenty flv to this was taken.
weiea't you t Why, you might have
sat for It yesterday.
Her Father M'yea; your mother's
own daughter. Well, well, you'll find
It on the table. I think.
ills Daughterkind what, daddy.
Her Futlwr The eUsc-kbook, n.y
HAHO ON CHILDHCM.
Whsn 'Jeacher Has Coffee Habit.
"Hist la" bc-xufS w WW tt.-
ltvtt." Wlun a pirnoui fuels this way
about. I'ostum tbuy are glad to give
testimony for thu beuiflt ot oihers.
A. sihuol teacher down In Miss.
says: l had Uuon a com e unnscr since
my coildhufut,. and thy lust few year
It had Uijutwd mo aerloualy.
"Oue cup of cciffee taken at bruu-k-
tuat would vaune mo to become so
Bt-nous Ibitt 1 could acaicely go
through, with the day's duties, and
tbla aenrousuess was often accom
panied by deep deprebsiou ot apii'ila
and heart palpitation.
"1 am a teacher by pi ofemlou. and
when under tho lutluence ol eoflce
bad to struggle aKiiiusl. crounoss
when lu the school room.
"Whin tulklng thla oter with my
physician, ho suggested that I try
I'ostum, so 1 purchased a package and
made it carefully according to direc
tions; found it excclWut ot flavor, and
"lu a short time I noticed very grati
fying effects. ly nervousness disap
peared, 1 was not Irritated by my p
plls, llfo vuomed full of sunshine, uud
my heart troublod me no longi'r.
"I attribute my change In health aua
Spirits, lo I'ostum alone."
IUd the little book, "The lload b
WHvtll(),"ln pkgs. "There aaHeason."
Kr rd lh above A
mum BBiivare lrm lime Hi- I"
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