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TTTE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQ7ERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914.
Story of the
Mcx ic an
Wl," "IMTuktt" ilk
lUutrmtn,j DON J. LAVLN
lUl'ihl. i14, tjr Hi,k A. Mnnsif J
(Continued fninl eMcriluy.)
Ho paon nam and form, rmoKina;
fiercely nt hruun paper cliearoitoH. and
Kill the hIi- p romo bark. The thnn-tor-clouds
inor thn mountains rom
blither and tunn-d to tluik. Iliry M
down aktrts and frlnaci and sudden
ntihs of llulitnin, u the wind
nicked In from tho south. And tlit-n,
with a slanh of rnln. thn shower was
At the. first hi drops Crnr-la stirred
uneasily In her deep. 8ho started up
the rtorin burst over tbetn; thru, s
Hud i t. ki d up (hi) saddle blankets and
rprad them over her. alia drew him
clown besiu.i her and they ant ouf thn
norm tup-other. Hut It n more to
them than a nlii.rinn of cover, a patient
enduring; f tha elements, and tha
sweep of wind ond ruin. When they
Thay Thruat and Parried No Mora.
r no up there was n bond between,
ll.m ui.J they thru.-.t and parried do
They were friends, there In thi rush
tit fullitiK water and tliii cranh of buht
I.Ii.k ov.-rhead. When the Hlorm was
i.i.-r mid tin- pun tame out t ! smiled
lit i-atii other contentedly without ft ur
01 what bUttl EUlllcU 1UJJ' UllUU.
CHAPTER XXVII. ,
Aa thn Biin. after panning plorm,
Mimi-i forth all the more i;luriMihly, no
llm juy of their ncw-luuud friendship
rhanged tlx1 world for Jlml and Urn
clu. The ru'.nbow that glowed Bgulimt
the rt'lrt htii'.t cloud held forth inor
then a promise of sunshlno tor them,
and they convertf-d only of pleasant
things ai thry rtido tn up :He trail.
The duiu-rra that mill lay bcisti &
them and tbo border iwiuid very ro
ri 't-i lion, and neither gavo them a
thought. There on do one In all th
Ida world but Just these two, this
man ond womaa who bad found then
Twenty miles abend lay the northern
juiHH, hi.iI from in. ro It watt trm more
to dtden, but they tpoku DeiUier of
thit f'a ha nor df Ouil:.(lwi nor of who
would be awaJtlr.g then th.ro. Their
talk wua l;ko that of ch;ldr. n, Ini-on-inqiieuiial
and bupry. They told of
l no tlniee wLi-o they bad tn earh
oiliiT. and what they bud tl ought; of
the daya ot their rblldhood. beforn
tin y bud inet at Fori una; of I:om s
and feurH and thwarted ambllloua and
all tbo young dreame of Ufa.
l:ud ti l. of hi buttlrvseurred father
end Hi. Ir rarich In Arizona, of hl
Mo'l.ir arid l.oim hrtuklng brothers,
t.nd hi waiaii niiM thruitKli the Wet;
:n la f f u r rnolL' r. with not h Ins of
her father, and how had flirted in
order tu be t.n! to M-hool where vho
could ae upon the ut tand.na Aiiht
leana. Only tud thonitht of the trail
and nruri.t.-d the horizon for relxda,
but he itocmed morn to noek tier eves
lhau to watch for enemies an-i d.,uth. !
They rode on until the sun pi'.k low
and strange trai ka struck H.elr trail
from thn eal I'uJ ot.Kerve.l that the
horn,- v. ere fchod, and lumu tr.Kks of
in. mill, d le u came In beyond He
turned rbarply towaid the west and
followed a to" ky ltdk1' (o the hlllH,
wiMio.ii leaking a hoot print to mark
the wa of their rclrisit.
'Ihose hoof prints brought Hud tack
from the land of dieams In which 1
he had been wandering ti a realiza
tion of the um.tfcrs that lurked about
tb m. Hut a Utile way ahead was the
Iua they iiiuot rrous, and he aud- :
ite!)ly ri al'.wd tht they could not
ml. !y dn p In the bread Itrht of
day He must not lakt phi Ii chances
( loulug bis liew found happiness.
Hy the sliiiiti the land ahead was full
of bandlis and ladronea, aieu to wuom
tun an .a notj if ,nd. a won?
ni niorn rerred thnn a brute. At trie
pane oil trnlln nnvrrKrd, from thn
north and 'rum Hie twmth. Not by any
rha re eonld n mull pnp over It In tha
time without tnertlnc iiotnn ona on
thn wey, and If the bnen rnvoltneoa
onrn net ee on flrarla It would take
liiiif-e than a nod to rentraln them.
So. In a nheltrred rnvlnn they ncitaht
cover until It van dark, and whlln
flrai In fl' tit, the In avy headed Hud
wutfhcd the plain from thn In Uthta
Aa hn wat'hed be dreamed nf a
home lii whli h thin woman now ulerp
Ii;k ! id him w im the queen Hn
dreann d of yeara to rnmn wllh un
boiiii.li d .a.pln.un tbrmiKhont all of
litem, 'lhoiiphte of Mill and duiyln
IiIm pardner were far awtiy. Nmlilng
on the plain below aerved to dlxtrart
hlrn from thin drnm of happltnta.
Ait far an bn roul.l een there waa
nothing that favored of danger for
thn uoninti In lit keejilnr Them
were no toiindn or fiir.n of rltlier
fed'-rnl or trvolntlonory trHpe, from
both of which they were fleelnjt, and
from bolh of whlrh he miiHt Riinrd
her. Aeviln Ihejr were In a world thnt
wan all their own, an Kden with but
one man nnd one woman.
For an lion r and more hn wntrhed
aid ilriinn.il. nn.l with thn dr.ama
'am thn dettirn for Bleep, the rry of
nnturn for rert. (Irarln allrred. then
fp kn aof'ly to him, rnlllnar hltn by
name, nnd her voice waa na tniinlc
'h-n phn awoke and found him nod
ding Orarla ItiHlhtcd upon tuklng hlrt
place. Now that alio bad been ro
frealted her d irk eyes were bright and
fparkllrg, but llnd could hardly Ben.
Thn long watching by nlnht and by dav
had left h!n eyes Moodnhot nnd swol
len, with IUU that drooped In apltn of
1:1m. If hn did not aleep now hn
nilarht dnre In the anddln Inter, or rldo
blindly Into eonio rebel ramp: no ho
run ilo her promlxn to rail him and lay
down to rest until dark.
The) atarw wero nil cut when bo
awoke, Hi a riled by her hand on bin
balr, but aho ratniin d l.lin with a
word and led him up the hill to their
lookout. It w oa then that hn tin ier-.
food hor alienee. In the brii bourn
during which ho bad tilept thn do-1
r.rrted crmtitry stK'med suddenly to
have come to Ufa.
Ily daylight there bad b n nothing'
to augment thn preeenco ef men. I
Hut now aa the velvet i.lflit et- I
tied down upon the land It brought J
out the glltnrni rinK rp (kK of a hun- i
dri'd cump-lii '; i.i thn eB.--t and to thn
north. Hut. the l.i.i to whiih Oracla
pointed were m l.iiil In their trail,)
and they b.i. '. th" : y to tiudadou. i
"1-ook!" i ;. n. I.i. "I ii!d r.o! wunt i
to wukn you. but l'.:' lire i hnvo sprung I
up everywhere Thet lutt onia uri
rlKllt III the I'Mo "
"When d'd oll tee tln ui?" arkr-d '
Hooker, his hi nd Ml. II In .ivy with i
--Ifh'p. "Huvo they been there long?"
, "N:; only a few inliiulea," hhe an
i awored. "At aundown I naw thoae over
' to thn inht they are along the base
; of that big black mountain but thnne
fliiHhed up jttkt now; and sen, there
are more, and more!"
"Sunn outfit coming In from the
north," said Hud. "They've rropsed
over thn pba and camped at tho Out
water thla sldo."
I "Who do you think they are?" anked
Oucla lu un awed voice. "ljiBurroo
"I.lko aa not," muttered Hud, atng
from encampment to encampment
'l'ut whoever they are," hn added.
I "they're no friends of ours. We've got
to go around them."
I "And If wo ruu't?" auggested Ora
"I reckon we'll bavo to go through,
then," answered Hooker grimly. "We
don't want to get caught here In the
1 "lade right through their campT"
i "Lxl the aentrles get to bleep," k4
went on. balf to himaelf. "Then, Just
, before thn moon couiea up, we'll try to
rdK'n around thnm, and If It romoa to
a aho w down, we'll ride lor III Are
' Ilo turned to read the answer, aod
phe drew herself up proudly.
! "Trr me!" she challenged, drawing
tonarvr to him in the darkness. And so
they stood, aldo by sldo, whlln their
bands claep-d In promine. Then, as
the night grew darker and no new
Urea appeared, Hooker saddled up the
well-fed horses and they picked tholr
way down to the trail.
The firi.t flrea wero far ahead, but
they proceeded at a walk, their homes'
H-et fulling silently upon thn sodden
r round. Not a word van spoken aud
t i' y halted often to Ilntrn, for others,
'. mlnht be bbroad. The dlHtutit
fire t wer djlng now, en eia a few
wh. re men rose to fii d them.
The braying of burroe fame In from
the Data to the rlht and as the fug!
tivea drew near the first encampment
they could h.-ar tho voices of the iiight
guards aa they rode about thu horse
herd. Then, as they waited Impatient
!y. tho w a Mi tires died down, the
guards no longer sang their high fal
aetto, mid even the burros were still.
Thla waa their opiort unity. If they
ere lo " "gh that line ot le..p
ing niea u tuui i te done by stealth
Hhould they be diacovered It would
mean on man against an army to
protect the woman, and the odds, grvut
as they were, must be taken If need
It was approaching the hour of mid
i night, and as their horxea twitched ra-
lively at thn bits they gave them the
i rein and rode ahead at a venture.
At their left the lat embers of the
flrea revealed the sleeping forms ol
men: to their right, aouiewhere In the
darkness, waa the night herd and the
herders. They lay low on their horses'
necks, not to cast a silhouette agalnM
the sky, and let Copper liottom pick
W lib eara thai pricked and swlveled.
and delicate nostrils stiuftlng tl.j V.vt
lean taliit, he plodded along through
the greaaewod, divining by some la
lmct fcjji DJiBttr'a need oi care. Thj
fa in p was" tf rfiait"behTiid 'llieili, nnfj
Hud had Ptrnlcht, ned lip In the sad
die, when audden'y the wat hful Cop
per Hotioiri Jump-'l and a man roo u
from the ground.
"Who gin n there?" hn tnumhlcd
awaytng sleepily above his gun. and
Hooker reined his horvn away before
be gave him an answer.
"Nonn of our btislnesa." hn growled
impatiently. "I urn going to thn pass."
And as thn sentry ptared stupidly after
him hn rode on thmtiKh thn buxhes.
neither hurrying nor hulling until hr
gained the trail.
"(iimm! I in k!" ho observed lo Oracla
when the ramp waa far behind. "He
took m for an officer and never saw
you at all "
"No, I llut'ennd tnypelf on my pony."
answer'! (Iraeln with a Inugh. "He
thought you were leading a pack
"flood." chuckled Hooker; "you illd
fine! Now, don't pay another word
beeausn they'll notice a woman's volet
and If wn don't run Into some more
of them well soon bn climbing the
They had passed through eomn per
lloun moments, but Cracl.i had hiird'y
realized thn danger becauae of the ne
auraucn of Hooker, who was careful
not to frighten her unneeeaHarlly. Hut
It was an nssunuico which he bud not
felt himself, and hn was not jet cor
tain of their safety.
Thn wan. rig moon ramn out na thrv
left Ihn wide valley behind them, aed
then It din .ppearod again as they rodu
Into the gloomy shadows of thn ran
yon. for an hour or two they plodded
slowly tipMi.nl, passing through nnr
row defiles and Into moonlit spaces
nnd still they did not mount the sum
mit. In tho rent thn dawn began to break
nnd they spurred on In almost a panto
Tho Mexican pe l.-anoa count them
selves Into If they do not take thn trail
ht sunup what If they should meet
some strngplmrt pnrty befnro they
reached thn pass
Hud Jumped Copper Hottom up a
series of cot ste; liruclu'a roan came
p rambling behind; and then, Jupt as
the boxed walls ended and they gained
n level spot, thny suddenly fo-.,,j th,.m
reives In the midst of n i amp of Mex
ican men. paddles, packs, and rifles,
till scattered nt their feet.
"l ueium di.iii'" saluted Hud. aa thn
blinking men rr, up from their
blankets. ' IChcuko me, nnilgos, I am
In a hurry!"
"A dondo va? A dende va?" chal
lenged a bearded man us he hp rang up
from his brimh phelter.
"To tho pass, senor." answered Hook
er, still politely, but motioning for
I. inrla to rldx on ahead. "Adlos!"
"Who la that man?" bellowed the
biii'ded lender, turning furiously upon
bin tull.r.M-rti. "Where la my aentt-
II. 1? Hlop lilta!"
I'ut It vtaii tec l.itn to stop him. Hud
lirtd Inn iulrl ucnwa thn rump of the
rou ii and spurred forward In a dash for
cover. They whisked around the point
of a hill as thn first scattered shots
rang out; aud, aa a frightened sentinel
jumped up lu their path Hud rode hi in
down. The mau dropped his gun to I
escape tho fury of tbo charge and In
a mad clatter they flung themselves
at a rock-slide and scrambled to the
bench above. The path was rocky,
tut they pressed forward at a gallop
until, aa the sun came up, they beheld
lhe summit ot the pass.
"We win!" cried Hud, aa he spurred
lip the laat Incline.
As be looked over the top he ei-
rdoded in an oath and Jerked Copper i
Hottom back on bis haunches. Thai
leader of a long line of hoinomon was
ust coming np the other aide there
was no escape and then back at the
"Kcp behind me," bo commanded,
"and don't shoot I'm going to hold
'em un!" "
lie lumped his horse out to one sldo
nnd landed squarely on the rim of thn
ridge. Uracia drew her horse In be
hind Mm and reached for the pistol in
ber holster; thnn both together they
drew their guns aud Hud threw dowu
on the first man.
"Uo on!" he ordered, motioning him
forward with hla head; "pr r-routo!"
He Jerked out his rifle with his left
band and laid It acrosa hla lap.
"Hurry up now." he ruged. as tho
startled Mexican baited, "lio on and
keep a going, and the first man that
makes a break I'll shoot him full ot
He sat like a statue on bia shining
horse, bis hi shooter balanced lo shoot,
and something In his very presence
the bulk of bis body, the forward
thruut of his head, and me burning
bat" of bis ryes quelled the spirits
of the rebels. They were a rag-tug
army, mounted on horses and donki ys
i.i.d mules and with arms of every
it was jurt such an army as was
overrunning all northern Mexico, such
un tuny as had been levying tribute
on the land for a century. They spread
terror throughout all thut great coun
try south of the American border.
The fiery glances of the American
entile them cringe as they had always
cringed before their masters, aud his
curses turned their blood to water. He
lowered above there like a giant, pour
Ing forth a torrent of oaths and beck
oning them on their way, and the lead
er was the ilrst to yield.
With hand half-raised and law on
bis breast he atrurk spurs to hla, fright- j
entd mule and went dashing over the
Tui others followed by twos and j
threes, some shrinking, some protest-!
lug. some gar-Ing forth villainously
from beneath their broad bats. As tin y
looked back he whirled upon theiu and
swore be would kill the first man that
dared to.tiru hi?, herd.
Alter all. they were a general. on ot
slaves, those low luoned, unthinking i
peons, s.vd wur bad not made them!
brave. T''y passed on, the whole;
line of b, wiider.-d soldiery, looking In
vain for the men thut were behind the j
American, alaring blankly at the beau-1
t:.ru.lrUll'?u who sat so courageously
by hi' side.
When the last bad gone by Hud
picked up his riftn and watched him
ammid the txMrit. Then ho a;n!led
grimly at tiraela, whose eyes were still
t on nd with wonder, and led the way
dow n tho trail.
Thn high paaa and Ihn Inanrrnctoa
were behind them now and thn rolling
plains of Agua Neira were at their
fi et. To the northeast the smoke ban
tiers nf the CailMilen simper lay like
ribbons across thn sky, and tho line
wnj. not, fur a;-a
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One Phone Call Brings in
109-111 North Second St.
Phones 44 and 524
WOMEN'S SHOES IN PUMPS AND OXFORDS, ALL STYLES. IN PATENT AND VICI
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JUUJILSI LLAS5 SiiUtia IN UKt-Ali.bI V AK1LX Y, WORTH $3.50 TO $5.00 A PAIR.
SALE FOR SIX DAYS, BEGINNING THURSDAY. JULY 10,
AT 0 A. M. FOR
200 PAIRS MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, PUMPS AND OXFORDS IN PATENT VICI
AND GUN METAL. ALL STYLES AND SIZE3
TO 5, WORTH $1.25, ON SALE FOR 60c SIZES 8 TO 11, WORTH $2.50, ON SALE FOR $.29
TO 8, WORTH $2.00, ON SALE FOR 05C SIZES lla TO 2, WORTH $3, ON SALE FOR .Q9
SIZES 2 2 TO 7, WORTH $3.50, ON SALE FOR $,0 5
The Markets 1
Today's loiuh.ii VAool Nairn.
London, ,lnlv IV. iTIn- eflirlnus nt
the wool .111. in. n miIoh today nmoiinl
eil to l ',a;ii Pule.., oiiiii.lv i ii.Fil.reilM.
All sei Hons Were ready luiycra mid
the market whs fiiin." Americans
were en:;er for fine an. I medium
prailep of rmwlii eils hut the contl
lieiM P.. -mlit the liulk of the scoured
on I In.. K.
I'liliii.iii, July II. Sudden r natures
to cooler, w indy went her in lh"
norihucNt, ,l olnlnlliK to retard the
de cloiiiioiit of l.laek rust. u led a
more th.tn an offset in wheat tmluy
for the Inillish iiie.t of higher in-
I'lex. I'--i.l. S COlillll'V llel ellllHl
were heiivv on ovcriiDiht I'liln li.iin
llern. The l.iellltur. Will' ll rnllKeil
In. 111 lower to -K. i 'j.' up.
w.i followed tiy un all aioiinil ile-
clitie. The i-losc wiiH firm at V
to i v iilioie l.ml nlulii. i
tlincral rains hoi n l.e.ir.ch Inllu
en. on coin. It .. said I he Kali
cr.p w.i nlinost Hindu nnd that
the prospect wan f..r an iiuineii-e
leld. .fler opeiniiK a elnole lo Nc
otT. the llitilkel llllili rwent it further
Setl'llek. The eli.ho WHS Uliseltled,
c oil to S 'jc up, eoinpaied with
hint Ii ik h t
I'ats turned il..wm:rn.le with corn.
One of the lnraift hoiineii in I In
triiile was eoipl. iioiia on the scllitil!
f.arclty of boas mailt' the provi
sions market plrotiK. I'oik. l-pe
l iii 1 1 V. tended t.i I lllKu.
What July, i'.i'.c: Sept., "ii'ic.
Corn July, "n',c; Setit , riT'nc.
Oals JiH, ailc: ,epl., .'I.'i't.e.
l'ork -July, 2.'.mi; Sept., :l.:'7.
IjihI July, 91" -V ; Sept.. tl"1(i.
Hilis July, 111';.'; K pt., 1 1 V 0 .' .
kuieji llv l.iveniiM k.
K.iiimih I'llv, Jul- 17 Itit-s- l;e
ceii'tx l.iieii, inaiket hl.;li. i . I. nil.,
Is. uui .i; lu-ii, J'.i.mi ii :i.li'.;
I'M. k. r. and hul. Iii rs. s.'.i ." v :i.n:, ;
lilil. .mivi mi; .i i.e i h
Cattle - - llecelpts BOO ; market
steaily: prime le.l blecm, I'.l l.i'o U.S.. ;
ilresseil lie f i-ti't rs, IH.etKi .,.i;
western diei-rs. t 7. en M .,,0; south
ern uleern. t i. 7.'. 1.7 : ; cows, $!ir
1. 50; heifers, Jfi ! ! lid; sun ken
and feeders, ti.J.'i vi s. calveS'
li I..M) 1 0.1. .'.
Sheep l:-celitH 2.fnui; market
steady; larnli, s.r.ni s.ini; eiirlinas.
.;' j 7. an; wethers, I7;i iii:
ewes, $1.:.'. i .''.Oil.
till, nun I,Ivi-im k.
I'lll. asn. July 1 7.- II"K - Ueeeipls
IJ.iiiiii. inarket bigher: hulk. s tom
':. lo:ht, n. 7 .. ;. I :. : mixed, fvtt:i
int.".; heavy. Iv'.H'h n. I - 'j ; rmu'.h.
I-:.( s.s.'i; plus. I7.kn4i ti.Ai),
t '.it tie ItccclptH 2. 'mil; market
Weak; 1". Vex, 7.7l"" 9 'ol; steers,
in. t"'" s :in; i,.eki rs nnd feeders.
:.xii H nil; cow mid heifers. I.l.tiu
'.i '. I" ; calves, I i.r.aii 1 1 no.
Sheep lle'-ell'li" I'l, lull), market
w.ak: heep, I. i I ii y,.;, rlumx.
...i; ,m 7 un; laiuliv, t '. .'.. .1 M.
j l'Md ami Sieh-r.
I New York. July 17. I.eml ,,i.
; I 1 s'' ',l .'l.'i.",; speller iiliet, 1 '.'., ''
Si. l.o uls. Juh I 7 - I., ad dull.
. 1- 7 7 ; un Iter dull. 14 .
Metal Market. j
' New Vork. July Ii, i 'uptier dull;
; unit and Scpii ini.er. J I : i 1 .1 r. ; j
ei. ei ro i in-. : i.:''i .ike.
1 1 ii.iioiiial; .-.( Oik, 1 1 '. I I r.'.'
im. firm: spot. 1 1 7 '. i ;t 2.ini.
Iron i.iti t, unchaiiKi-il.
Tiny Ruby Williamson Travel
ling from Fort Defiance to
Lawson Okla., where Grand
mother Awaits Her.
Traveling nil iilolo
S e ir-old
liiil.y Wlllia iiiKon,
I r i.i re e. All. In
hoiiiid froin fort
Lawlou, i in t., left
here l.is tiliiht on
The - 111 I'l milled
tr.uii No l. Sli,.
1m. It,, wllh It ei- n.
the I'eioi Valley
here el . r.l.. v !
h id a lli- oiiivMn
i tie an. I her ile
H'lcut for help in
lilltle If ri'HM IliT
ih on her w ay
r In l.nwii.n.
I Sin, I iir ;,.ek the
He l.r.ni -ti! hi r
tln.iiieri. mid u n
m.iklnii her ..y,
Cny he.li. e. she
lo h r Ki-.irolttiol'te
Si ili.oi Akeiil i:
child in Ihn t.ire
to his home, Hill
Mm Siiii 1 1 ir
?2.00 AND $3.00 STRAW HATS $ ,00
$G.00 PANAMA HAT3 390
$1.50 UNDERWEAR SUITS Q5C
$3.00 PAJAMAS .35
$1.50 NIGHT ROBES CCC
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS
WORTH UP TO $23.00, FOR 17.50
$20.00 GUARANTEED SUITS 13.50
Our Green Tag Sale is a big
Success because it is a
and SATURDAY NIGHT
ariiu.j.Bin as w L:wtai-i!rjgjji
kci her until train lime. Hhe w i
fed, aud Mis, Mlin lair saw III it she
had a liiip III the ..fil l llo'-ll to folilly
her n k.i Hint the harilMhii's or Ihe
J.iiiinev slill before her. Til" child
h .H lliiee loin; slopovers infoie
rem lung Iiwtoli, hut If she Is as
well mred for as she was hern die
wilt finish the trip as shlpKhain lis
If Iter io..iln-r had traveled with her.
CATTLE PRICES ARE
HIGHEST EVER KNOWN
RECEIPT3 OFF 150,000
K a tuns City. July 17.--Thus, far
this year I.MMW'l fewer little have
been market! d in Kansas City than
In the sain,, period In H. the re.
celpta hciint the aiu.illesi of .i-i,- t-lin-llnr
p-rlod In twenty years. The 'In
i -reuse is nllril.iiti d to the drought
III the southwest nui suttimer
I'rlees are the highest ever known
for this month
Is.it.el Men. le! and Jiiiin Truiilei,
....til of A 1 1 1 U'l HIT. ! II -, look out
tll-irrl.'iue lleenr'e nl the offu-e ot
County Clerk A, K. Walker Hi in af
ternoon. ,'i.hn A. t.oirtin Circle No. 1. I.adles
of the 1 A. Ii , will liol. I lli.ir reKti
I.i r meeliiii; tomorrow nflernoon at
. :;u In A o. C. W hull. A rum
li oi i; i- luncheon will he erved.
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