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THF TU)C! TSL.AND AUGTJS. WED X E S D AY, .TFXE 12. 1012.
THE QUEST OF
Being the Adventures in Love and
Chivalry f Lord Richard Jocelyn
$ 0 By H. M. EGBERT 4 $
not seem to hear. She continued to the driver and darted up the steps in 1
6hrink away from him, until the wall '. pursuit of the young woman, chased
of the passage precluded further re- i her through the waiting room, and cor
moval, and gazed at him In terror; ! nered her in front of the baggage
and, as he had deftly Interposed him-; room.
! opyngt.t. Wli by W. u. Chipm-in
sion to me; said if ever he allowed
self between her r.r.d the stairs, in or-:
' der to stop her in case Ehe might be
i tempted to flee, she made a left turn
' and continued to shrink back and back
until they found themselves inside
' Jack Stanfield's apartment.
'"Where's 'Jack? Where's Mr. Stan-:
field?" she cried. i
i Lord Jocelyn laid a hand soothingly
! upon her shoulder. He was not whol-
ly indifferent to the charm of her ap
; pcarance; indeed, as he razed upon :
her he found himself admitting that
Jack had told the truth concerning
this; nevertheless it was a very pater
nal manner that he adopted as he re-
Lord Iliohard Jocelyn was bored. He
had tried every expedient that was
known to him as tendir.K to alleviate
this condition of mind, but without ef
fect. He had read three evening pa
pers, phyed a couple of games of soli
taire, looked out of the windows of his
apartment on Madison avenue, and
(loaned Ms pipes. At last, in despera
tion, he rang for his valet.
"Talbot." lie said, when his eervant
entered. "I'm bored apain. Shall I go
"No. Kir, I d take a bit of a stroll.
eLr," his servant answered.
"V.xo '.Uw lda. Talbot," cried Lord
Jocelyn enthusiastically. "Bring ma
As l.o put thorn on the last traces j
of tii.ui vanished from his eounte-j
nance. V.'alkltiK was to Lord Jocelyn
the bent rcluK against thai state of I
mind l. u thf world commences to
look ',!' and unprofitable, for a I
stroll b j li ' the tlty seemed equivalent
to a i Inure into ut. known
Iiau'ii with postO'iiPies. Since he
bud h-eu in N York the enthusiasm
to f. It lor Ainorira had steadily in-tlcai-cd.
"You in ii y talk about romantic Lon
don," he said tu bis friend Jack S'an
field, "hut I toll you it doesn't begin
to con. pare wiih this city. With ua
the Improbable in a possibility; with
you it lb a fixed condition."
Ho pushed into the street and start
ed walking at a brisk rate in the di
rection of Madison square.
"Now here, for example," he said,
hulling and looking up at the electric
lif.Ms which gleamed through the
t!.i k foliage of the trees "here is the
Very douce of romance; a primeval
forest within the city's heart. Who
knows but that any moment some
thing may happen yes, even an ad
venture?" Just I hen he bumped into a pedes
trian, and turning, perceived that
this was Jack Stanfield himself.
"It's In gun," said Jocelyn solemnly.
Eil-en locked at thai moment like a
hare that turns upon a greyhound.
"You didn't let me explain," panted
Lord Jocelyn. "I am Jack's friend. I
wanted to guard you."
These unfortunate words seemed to
set a climax to her terror.
"Please please let me go," she
sobbed, and suddenly, in desperation,
turned to a dignified stranger who
had sauntered cooly up and was watch- '.
lng the proceedings with evident
"Save me from this man," she (
begged. "I don't know who he is. He (
followed me here. I I have an ap- .
pointment. Don't let him molest me." j
Jocelyn cast a swift glance around
him. Several travelers were lingering
in the vicinity, obviously suspicious. A
Eileen to marry she should have a
latter term he meant a poor devil like j .e ' , . .
Jack Stanfield who was unfortunate i Jack n b back eoon' m? dear
enough to have inherited his money Sng Now compose yourself, I
ntt. f ..mir, it i tr,M Mm t wa beg, for you distress both of us great-
Vii'i, , p ,n.nririfh ..h m;l7. I assure you that your parting j few words from her and
how. but he turned me down, said he ; be for long." j crowd would gather. Some daring
wouldn't etrplov me as a Janitor, and ! "Let me go," she cried, and darted stroke was necessary At all cost he
. i c i ... t j Ti , j ... ,1 o idd must kepn fauh with Ta riz
tto urn. .nt Kwlnir thst R 1hT! ' '"""J". cuii.c.j . a r
stood ;,v n.e. the'y sent her away to a ! to ccohnt for this singular behavior,
,,., v. i followed her into the hall. for. in her
all the male species are banned from ! ae. mied the location of the ; J erst and that she has Just run away
within a radius of a couple of miles. ; ?'y.an,dcame to a halt osite " 7t If ! t "!h k
iu ji uci iu t:uuiiici. a uitunac ii i
a worthless scamp. I have followed
her to exercise the authority which
currence. And how does he ake ad
vantage of my con fid i nee? Vr running
away with her! And he would have
succeeded had not the sight of these
surroundings av.-akoned remorse in
"Your name," said the strar.sor, "is
Mr. John StanSeid. I believe."
"Well, what of that?" cried Stan
field, spinning round cn him. Next
moment he recoiled in astonishment.
His arms dropped to his sides.
"The guardian:" he ejaculated.
"Exactly," replied the stranger. "1
m. or was. the guardian of this lady,
nd now, sir," he continued, address
ing himself to Jocelyn, "will you
kindly explain to me, since I cannot
doubt your word, how you come to be
this young lady's guardian also?"
"I am guarding her from you," Lord
The guardian smiled.
"Suppose that we adjourn to some
place where we can talk this matter
over quietly," he said. "My name is
Bayliss, and, outside my official duties,
I am generally considered a good
! H ste? t.$
"What's beauu?" asked Stantiold ir-'
"What?" repeated Jocelyn. "Why,
my i!i out uro. Conic along. Jak;
fii'e I. ad v!i!onily decreed that we are
to shaie it in onipany."
'I'ii in no mood for adventures,",
r:r.d his friend thortly. "I'm going 1
Know those places, Dick?"
Lord Jocelyn groaned in sympathy. .
"I do," he ans-wered, stretching out a
Land, w hich Stanfii id pressed warmly.
"Well, Eileen went, weeping and
vowing e'ernal loyalty and ell the
proper thing, you know. I!ut she
was true to me, and the laundress
unused through letters for us from
time to time.
"Laat winter old man O'Connor died '
very suddenly, and just when I was
beginning to slap myself on the bak
on account of all obstacles being re
moved for the mother died soma
years af;o up there pops a v ritable
gorgon in the sl.ppe of a guardian.
depths, ' 'whoiu, by the way. Eileen has never
seen, lies tiie aurrinit-trator or tne
ettate. I went to plead with him and
found one of those fllr.ty, cold blooded
Irieles. hard as nails and punctilious
as a grandee. He fuid he had to carry
out the father's instructions, which
s-eem to have loon that Eileen
shouldn't marry until she comes of
age in a couple of years' time. Re
sult, stricter supervision, no more let
ters, and Ja'-k Stanfield down and
out, matrimonially speaking. So wo
arranged to elope, throo;. h the medium
of an ad. In the personal column of
last week's paper.
"Yesterday Eileen's chancecarne. She
flung a few things into a grip and got
away on the r.i'-Uit train. I was to
have met her this morning at tho
Grand Central station, and we expect
ed to have been married by now and
over the state line. Lfut our plans
"What happened?" asked Joclyn
"There was a block on the line and
the train won't get in till tonight.
Lucky thing, too, in i's way, for when
I went to meet Eileen I saw the gor
gon waiting. He mutt have got a wire
from the school mistress He has her
photograph I saw it on his inhntel
when 1 called on him a'.d it wouldn't
be hard to spot her, for. Hick, you
can't Imagine how beautiful she is.
"Please please do not be afraid of
me," begged Jocelyn. And, as she ;
era Tarl nt him in Q h btlnta foa, ia ha. '
j,,i . v .. .',. i the law allows me and to plead with
gan, deftly, as he imagined, to explain i . .
the circumstances. Suddenly he broke !
off. The fair visitor was gazing with i
her better nature.'
"You look very young to be a
sir." replied the Btranger, a
wall. What was it she saw? Lord ' VL w 1"
Jocelyn turned to observe what she
waa staring at.
1 1. .. - m :. .i :. . E uaiuiuu
"Nevertheless, sir, it is true,"
Tri f n ! n n ni-ii'iii-p.l "An1 Tlol-fntf TT1A
Instantly Le felt himself pushed ; t( , h , am nQt accustomed
backward by a pair of s.ngularly mus- ; to havj mv Btafements qucstioned."
tular hands-a minute later he heard To hjs con ,ete asfonIsfcment Eileen
something dick, and darkness envel- 0.Connor here interp08ed with:
enough fellow. I am sure Mrs. Bay-
I am this young lady's guardian, I liss will be happy to offer Miss O'Con-
sir," he said to the stranger. "I un- J nor shelter for the night."
1 "But we were to get married to-
from the school a very excellent fin- night," exclaimed Jack Stanfield help
"You've got your license, of course,"
said the guardian grimly.
Stanfield's mouth opened. T never
thought of it," he muttered.
"Then tomorrow will be early
enough," said Mr. Eayliss. "And if
you can impress me with the same de
gree of confidence that you have ob
tained from my ward, it is possible 1
said possible, mir.d you that I may
rescind the adverse decision that 1
gave you when you solicited her hand
from me recently, for I see that I have
to deal with two very
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'And I nm going home, too-to your of
I "Yes. ys, I understand ail that,"
! said Jocelyn.
j "Well, to continue." said Stanfield,
; looking at his watch. "I got a wire
from Eileen at I'tira this afternoon
, te lling me to be on hand about seven
o'clock, when tho train was due. I
; got there for the thiid time today just
' before meeting you, and they told me
' the train wouldn't be in till ten. so
j back I came to see if there were any
more telegrams. O, I've had a. lively
time of it.
"Now, Dick, old nian. I want you to
slay here while I ;-o eff once more, so
that iu case wo miss each other by
any posslljle chance you can stand by.
If we miss j,tnl ih,- eludes the gorpon
she'll muke straight for my apartment,
and you must moot her and r assure
Lor and see she doesn't get hvsterics."
hotin ,' m.hwered Jocelyn gayly. tak
lng hi:n by the aroi.
"Look here." said Stanfield, disen
g.m'iin himself suddenly when they
had proceeded some distance In si- i
h nee. - I don't feel well. I'm going to
b' d. I'm sick." '
Lord .Io elyn's heart was a soft one ,
and felt genuinely concerned.
"Then 1 11 come In and doctor you."
lie said. "It's the grippe you've got. ,
Eerj body's got It. Now we'll slop at ;
u drug store and get some mustard !
plasters, and as soon as you're In bed '
I'll put one ou your chest and an-;
other " '
". the devlli" said Stanfield explo
sively "See here. Jocelyn, I'll tell you
the truth. The fait Is. 1 don't want to
n e -nybody. I'm leaving town 1 o
ii ik tit . and what's more, I don't know
when I shall be bark "
"I'm having town also with you,"
aid Jocelyn. "It's no use talking, ,
Jack. Much as 1 hate to intrude upon
Jot:r thoughts, fate s lit n.o out to
Mght to 1 ..ve an iidveniiire, and you
are obviously destined to bring it to
Stanfield stood stock still upon the
sidewalk and regarded his f,ind un
certainly. Then he thawed out.
"I do seem inhospitable, old man,
don't I?" he tald. "Hut the fait is
I'm in a deuce of a fix. I'm going to
be married tomorrow."
"Ah, no wonder you're leaving town.
IIotie moon- or running away?"
"Come up to my rooms and I'll tell
you." Stan ti hi answered. "I'm in
trouble, link, and I want a friend
want him badly "
Joiin accompanied him and the
friends walked on in silem e. Present
ly they stopped at un old fashioned
ii'J.41 ' ! Kir- mi'titr v - -
filpw m j immm k k
. siJi'iA !
I As tney turned to go Stantiela
"I'll stand by," said Jocelyn.
"Klghi. old rtan," said Stanfield.
snatching up his hat. "And if I'm not
back by midnight tinish packing for
mo and express my thint's to the Ho
tel Hichmond, Petr!';eld, N. J.. for,
like as not, I won't be back." He
thrust a toothbrush and a piece of
soap into his p;.ck t and. gripping
Lord Jocelyu by the hand, bounded
ell down the s!aircat-e.
"The anxious lover:" soliloquized
Joce!u as he watched him disappear
down the last flight, 'it s un adven-
ped him. The young lady had very
deftly locked him In the closet.
Exerting ajl his force, Jocelyn
strained against the door. He felt it
givt; he strained again, and it burst
open. He rushed out to the head of
the stairs, the perspiration streaming
down his brow. If Stanfield should
return and find that he had not kept
faith with him He heard the faint
"it's true, lie is my gu irdian. Ana
I won't co back. I won't go back to
the finishing school."
Lord Jocelyn had completed his dis
comfiture. The hasty subterfuge,
nuant only to enable him to maintain
his attitude pending the arrival of
lis friet.d, had destroyed his last
chance of persuading Eileen. He un
derstood now w hy she had locked him
pilot house were plainly visible, as i tlni! asked 'h
was atso the bow lookout, but they uther." l'iie;
seemed not to see the schooner. Cap- ;
tain Falklngham's shouting awoke all
hands on the schooler, and the men
determined came tumbling on deck. They nil
joined in the shouting, but to no pur
pose. The steamer came right on anl
struck the schooner's main boom
fairly on end. The Bchooner was cn
the wind, with sheets flat, so that the
boom hung very nearly fore and aft,
and the force of the blow from the
steamer's step was transmitted to the
mainmast, which was broken off short
at the jaws of the boom, letting tho
stick down on the deck with a fearful
thump. The heels of the broken mast
stove a big hole in the dock and there
the 6tick rested, swaying athwartships
in the shuk rigging mid prevented
from going over the stern only by tho
The crew of the Carleton made a
rush for the boat at the stern davits,
but Cuptain Ealkiugham. seeing that
they intended to desert her, seized an
ax and chopptd a hole .in tho boat, so
that she would not float. That l
stopped the panic, and the men turned j
to and helped In patching up the hole ,
in the deck w ith a tarpaulin, for tho
sea was making over her, she being
decks to with coal, and with such a .
gap open she would soon have filled.
The steamer, after bucking: away,
came close up and asked if assistance
' wa9 wanted. Captain Ealkinghani said
that he would like a tow to Iioston,
and the steamer sent him a line. Tho
; line to which the steamer belonged
settled for the damage, and at Iioston
the Hannah I Carleton got a new
; raninniast and boom and had her deck
patched up. Had the steamer struck I
her in any other place the schooner (
would have gone to the bottom like a !
shot. The end of the boom was about I
ten inches in diameter, and. as an old
coaster captain remarked, "they don't j
often shoot as close as that. j
The queer accidents that have hap-1
penod to Maine vessels w ould fill a j
volume, and some of them would not I
be believed. An old coaster captain
who had listened to tho story of the 1
Hannah P. Carleton recalled the mys- I
fftglj j terioua wreck of the little schooner ,
Active in Pox Island thoroughfares I
some years ago. It was in the fall of !
that year and the Active was going
through the narrow passages between
j the islands. She carried but two men,
i the master. Captain Hay, and his six-
teen-year old son. When last seen un
der sail the Active was ship.-. nape, tho
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ture. sure enough, but not one of
mine. I'm beginning to think nothincr and began to make
swish of her skirts upon the last flight i'l the clothes closet: she had mista-
and, l.a'less, plunged down in pursuit.
At all cost he must overtake her and
explain the situation to her. As he
emerged from the door of the house
Le saw her getting into a taxlcab some
fifty yards up the street. She saw him
as she stepped in and called to the
driver. Jocelyn was too far off to
hiar her words, but he could ir.f.r
the m from the sudden spurt of the ve
hicle. It started off In a cloud of dust
is ever going to happen to mo."
He pn-sid a!o-; the hall to Stan
fiild's bi drooin, ga'hered up some of
the loose ar'kits of clothing that lay
strewn upon the floor tnd brought
them bat k lo pack th. m. On the way
he strut k his Lead with violence
a record pace up
house on a uuiet street leading out to against the edge of an open door.
Kilth avenue. It had beeu built before
the day of the elevator; but, once the
' u. I' up the dark stairway was con
tiu lttl. Joelyn entered a spacious.
caki .it oil. ,1 room that would Lav
thai.. i d n ,,i,y an abode in he new,
sun. pin, us a.'ar'mcLt houses tLat
l..io sprut.r up of later year In fash
ionut le rt Miici.tijl Quarters. The
fio-ir was Just now strew n with person
al l'io:-.f.iri;s in the shape of books
ai d briic!i of at' ire. wLile others
bulged out of two gaping suitcases.
"Sil down. Dick." said Stanfield, in
dicating u thair. "There's whisky;
!. lp yourself. There are c'.gar
efes. Now h.-ar me, old man, and for
tite lxir.l s sake, help nic!"
Jot Ij ti sat dow n obediently. He lis
tened avidly, for he sensed the fact
that his adventure Lad begun.
"I'm engaged to be married." his
friend commenced. "Her came
hou-'i that isn't important Is Eileen.
Eileen O'Connor, the daughter of the
rich lumber merchant who died last
winter. Von know her?"
Tv beard of her," Lord Jocelyn
"Confound it." he said, lighting the
gas in the hall and looking at the ob
struction. The door was that of a
largo closet, wherein his friend kept
hi spare suits. He closed the door,
ard returning to the sitting room, be
gan to fill the suit cases, having com
pleted whuh oif-atlon he betau to
put the room into some tcrr.blance of
order. While encaged on this task he
heard a ring at the bell.
"Pack ak.aic." he & diloquized. "Well,
if his frame of mind wasn't more set
tled than when he left I suspect the
gorgon got "
He opened the door.
"The girE" ho concluded, as a
strange young woman, in a lame hat.
tne road. Just then another taxicab
came slov.iy by Jocelyn hailed it.
"Follow that cab," he cried to the
driver. "Catch it. There's a young
The driver grinned and, bending
dewn, remarked in an exasperating
"How much, boss?"
"Twenty dollars," cried Jocelyn in
"I'm wise," answered the driver, ar.d
hardly had Jocelyn entered before he
was f.ur.g back upon the cushions by
the speed of the pursuit, l'p the road
the vehicle raced In pursuit, now- sight
ing the young lady's taxlcab. now los
ing it. Soon it became evident that
she was driving in the direction of the
Grand Central station and a cry of
thankfulness escaped from Jocelyn's
lips, tf she went there they would
meet Jack Stanfield and explanations
an inch cf your life for it."
I j jacK, jacK, are ou quiiw ion tu
But why had she shrunk from him arj Etnse cf the ridiculous?" murmured
in such unsimulated terror? Why had Tr,t tn.-,.ir-,
and carrying a light suit case, fell into she, in her desperation, locked him j The dignified stranger, seeing that
his arms a:id Lung around Lis neck, into the clothes closet? Even in his ! I cstilitics were imminent, now inter
Tte next insianr Lord Jocelyn blushed anguish Jocelyn found time to cjacu- noted to keen the peace.
ken him for the gorgon.
"I cannot doubt your w ord, sir," said
the stranger with a significant smile.
"May 1 csk what you intend to do?" 1
"1 inti nd to take my ward back to
her school by the next train," Lord
Jocflyn answered. "Eileen, it is fu
tile to make any further resistence."
She looked around piteously. "O
JacK, why didn't you come!" she
rrifd. Ar.d frcm behind the crowd
which had collected an unexpected re
'I'm Lore," bellowed a masculine
voles, and J..rk Stantield, wild-eyed
and furir.us, thrust himself forward
r.:id pls'rri l.ir,,:elf squarely between
Lord J-'dyn and Eileen.
".ij th:7 hi how you keep faith with
in, is it; i.e sneered. 1 wasn t quite i aa falrit;(j a along shore as having
r.o hlird at, you thought me to be. I 1 j.eD the victim of such a collision as
e:.7.- tho r.-'-y on your face when ; Iiever occurred hi fore or since. TI. re
I a.-lud : vrhciher you knew Miss j wa3 one cnaIU,e lu a ililion for tha
O'Connor, hut I didr.'t think that you i Hannah F. Carleton in that famous
vcre capaoic cf quite such a dastard- crash( and cLalit fiVorcd the schoon
ly trick a3 this." r er
"V.-hct Lave I done. Jack?" cried his j They W(.re tfellll.g Ehout tbe Usia.
r5entl- Inah F. Carletor.'s rer.-.arkat!: expert-
"Vhat have you done?" re-echoed ence tfc(J ,,.r5nfrs nfKrmb!ed round
Jack Sanficld, thrusting his face with- ! fhe fire ,a Mu!vany-S gai, ti;e Cth
in six inches cf his erstwhile friend s. i fc. dav gte vag a ,wo mllEU r of
,"Ycu want to know that, do you? You tors -bu.:l. at t,t.,.lljixke ,n usi and
have trird to induce my nancea to , al tfae t,me of her p.ra!2pe ex,.fcrltl;re
e-.ope with you. you miserable r. J rt she h-,.1 been
And I am going to thrash you within tllri,!.r an,i r.n hor
As tney turned to go Stantiela
grasped Lord Jocelyn's hand, and with
a world of repentance shining in his
eyes, started to speak.
"Don't say anything, old chap; it
isn't necessary," said Jocelyn, antici
pating lilni. Thereupon the hand clasp ' boy at the wheel and his father below
of the two friends.tigutened for an in-: taking a nap, as it was afterward
stant. Then, arm in arm, they fol- j found. Next tlay the Active was found
lowed tbe other two out of tbe ta-: on the rocks, with her stern stove In.
tion. ; the master drowned in his bunk and
Lord Jocelyn found his servant wait- the boy dead at the wheel with a bul
ing up for him w hen be returned home let hole in his head.
at three o'clock on the following morn-! This discovery caused a great sen
ing. j sation, find as there appeared to be
"Talbot," he said, "I've had my ad-! motive for any one to kill the boy and
venture." i as it was known that tho shot must j
"Ah, sir," said Talbot, "there's noth- have been fired by a third person tho !
lng like a bit of a stroll when a g n'le- whole affair was a mystery and re
man feels bored. Your slippers, sir?" , mainr-d thus for year, when a man In
! a distant state confessed on his death-
CTDAMRPCT OF Ud ,hat H was he who fmil1 the Khot
OlllnllUtuI UI 'that JtlIU.it tli,. tw.lmmr.r, r,f lln, An.
The man sriic that he had fired at a
hawk which was circling low and did
not see the schooner, which sudjonly
came into rant;e, owint; to an interven
ing clump of hu:-hos. Th'-n ho was
horrified to see the boy at the schoon
er's wheel throw up his hand:- and fall
to the flack, while the vet-M-1 broached
to and was driven ashore by tho v ir.il
and tide. Tho gtir.r.er, vl.o was af'or
ttulis a:ol ducks, lied witir-'it wn'.U.V,
to investigate the rt su't of his unfor
tunate shot, fiarins that if her re
ported thf; matter to the authorl'iea
he might, although i'::.r.c t.t of any
criminal intent, bo imr: Isoacd. No
When the old Langor schooner Han
nah F. Carleton went to the bottom
of Vineyard sound a week or two ago
Iiavy Jones claimed the coaster that
l II .J I III p. I ll ISIIH.JI II un
deeply, for he felt two soft lips im
printed on his own.
"Jack dearest," she murmured:
then nistd.her eyes to his. He saw
the pupils dilate; she- tore herself out
of his arms ar.d sLrar.k back with a
cry of fear rrore ftar, in Jocelyn's
, estimation, than the circumstances of
"I knew that I was going to tnd an
"One moment, gentlemen," he said.
"There seems to be some trivial mis-
i understanding here. What is your
His calculation had not been an er- grievar.re. friend?"
roneous one. The Cying taxicab turned ; "Grievance? ' cried Stanfield. still
into Forty-second street, dashed swift- 1 keeping his eyes menacingly upon
"I thought rou knew ter by the way the cae warranted
-you pricked up your ears. Well, listen. , "Who are you?" she gasped
Dick. We met last year at th sea-' Tr ivn..ivn i-.
!y along the crowded way, to tbe im
minent danger of sundry pedestrians,
ar.d skimming the curb, caa-e to a halt
in front cf the station. Lord Jocelyn's
himself vehicle was only twenty varda behind.
Jocelyn. "This your.g lady is engaged
to marry me. I was to have met her
at the station this evening, but, owing
return trip ean was pa.-..-ir,g in by
Cape Cod on a clcr moor.Mght tight,
coal ladcr for Huston. Captain Fak
ir.gham w-js cn ;h'- quarter, ar.i he no
ticed a steamer ccrr.l-up as'ern. but
at first pfiH ro t.ttentln to her. every
thing beir.rT car for miles around.
Captain Falkirham. however, cr.ced
astern every Httle while and prv.-.n:t!y
lecarue nervous, for the sea::'.:T wns
' corni-g right Tor the Carleton. ai.ci
w ithout aitorir.g ter course v.r u!d hit
the schooner fair in the stern in a fc-v.-
' When the steamer get up a lUtle
"Love doesn't know a dollt-.r mark
from a doughnut." says a woman
writer la a fire pcetier! o-:ti;ur::t.
Well, from the doughnut point of
v!pw we are mighty sorry lor iL
"Can vo l io.m ine four vo.unio of
jour Sh::V.ospo: re -etV"
"l ertain y VVhMi Vf.l'i sr:e hi you
"!t t:i ik-- no f.';rti.-r.!ar d'Hi-rori' e.
're to i lay bridge t-iniaht. and our
card t.ii 'e n unite hi'ii en j'.iii."
Louisviiie Courier Journal.
Will render hard water toft
Will cloan marble, tile,
jid viooden floors
Will clean llichen sinks
Will clean th clothes of a
Will vah fine linens
Will wa:,h windows and
Will cl-zn greasy scales
Will purify refrigerators
Will sweitcn dairy vessels
Will Lill dirt everywhere I
Give ll a Fair Trial I
Use as Directed I
mai'ss Wo Suds
to a mistake, she carre on to meet me closer, taptam I ai::ir.?h;-.m fe-an to
t my house, where I had left this fel- rhout to her pecrde. telling it.tin to
ur.: h iipvtvex. took m TioUnt aver- .witi d.ffiduice. but tie joung lady did -de si.rang put, .06Sed lte BC)Iiey to i low. to uard axauist lust auei aa oo- i itSS &t aj. Tee c:ea ia tbe sttanifcr'a
"Ilowerrr did von r.- on' lie Ado'e
'1 gave the in a choice bit of uosir
Cleans the Duds
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