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Sven the best '6u 0*
Ooffee without good 3A ial.
blended coffee such l'scrui
couitera.' won't do. ut' ako th
LION cOFEE, the le
the coffee that to0r ovor a qua
welconod in niiions of honies
for a kjng in this way I
HOW. TO MAKE
a O NE t o get best
ertra for ti bot." First lix it with a little C
(iit egg (f egg is to be used as a i
1st. IKTH DOLIN! WATER.
THREE INUTES ONLV Add a 11
umltn.. 1oett Ser ev:
4d. WITI OL WA ER. A
beag Itto a 1. Then set asie,
Mainae t's ready to serve.
3 Don't boll It too long.
O Don't let It stand morel
DONtS Don't use water that I
TWO WAYS TO
let. L se part of the whit
OPlE )afore boiling.,proth hL
2d. With Cold Water Instead of eggs.
aside for eight or ten minutes, then servo h'r<
Iasist on getting a packa
rprepare It according to this
L;ON COFFEE In future.
(Save these Lion-heads
SOLD BY GROCEI
Copyrihi. 1903. by
iILLYEl went out into the star
lit night an11d ma tde hiN wny
donII to the buasaIness porion of
the town Iie %wIts about to
pass the brirroon run boy Luke 11111
house, when, hearing the ellekinug of
billiard baills innd the rapping of eues,
he looked in at the screenaed door. Tu% o
(ounitryiien. without their coats and
under broad slouched hat.s, were play
lag at the green table, over which hung
a glass lamp under a tin shade con
structed fron a new dishpanii with a
hole cut in the bottom, and three or
four half druinken negroes were en
gaged in betting, snua1l amounts on a
fortune wheel against the vall. see,
Ing the m('echant, Hlillhouso, a fat, red
ficed man1 With a dyed an1d waxe1
mtistache, caime round to him froin
behind the counter.
"Lookin' fer George, I'll het." hi
sanid InI a friendly, hlf conlikenthl
toneO. "Hie's Jest gonei, soluire." l1111.
yer' haid years bef'or'e beeni a Jutst lee of
the peace. "I went wvithI 'lot een Ic
the door of thet warehouse an' seed(
that he went int."
"Thecn lhe was"
"The wusat I ever seed1, seuire. Oh,
lhe could walk all right ana' knoauwed
what lhe wV1e about, but heo's a reg'har
ripin~' terror. Ie o (msi( in he(re, I
* reck~on, about nn hour ago til' tuck a
coupjle 0' (h'inks ani' thten set dowvn
over thar at the little table. I 'towed
he wvas asleep, he was so quiet, an' I
reckon everybody else dlid, for' liascomt
Truitt fromt over In the mountains
colme in nni' begun to talk about old
man Buckley's scetee. Hie htadn't
- George heard It ali' rlz suddenly an'
come up to blIn. 'Yo're a-aylit' that
to insult me,' hie said, right In Tfruitt's
face. As bIg as Tirultt is you could
'a' knocked 'um (down with a feather,
but lie told George as strauighit as lie
could~ that hie never kntowed lie was
thar an' didn't miean no harm ntohow;
but, sir, George~ haulied aiway its' hit
'imn in the Jiaw. It popped like the~ re
port of a pistol, ain' Truiitttighty ntigh
wvent down. We parteil 'emi without
any trouble. Ini fact, T1ruitt thinks the
world an 'ali of 'lin. Gecorge did 'lim a
favor a long timte back, an' instead o'
glttint' mad about It Trutitt is worryint'
over of~endin' the boy. Ie wvoutl have
apologized to 'im, but we all persuatd
ed 'lin to wait till George was at lia
The inrachlant took a long, trembling
"I wm , IllIhouse," Ite said, "that
you wvod dn't let 'itm have anty mnore
liquor if you kin git laoundl it,"
"Git arpund it?" lauaghed the bar
keeper. -'J t you'll show me a mixer o'
drInks in this county that would re
fuhe that ~eler when he's olY I'd like
to see 'hni. It would cost 'lim htis lhfe'.
Hie's one man; squire, that ortni't to
Atg-iArtup, am' between you aumn'ie
' don't think anI1thngbut this scraps'
of lis daddIy's wvould have started 'lim.
George Buckley itt the high. starung sorl
that makes either the nuest citizents utr
the sCUm 0' creation."
"I reckon yo're right," agreed Hliyer,
and, turning, he wvent down to the
wvarehoue, which was it the neOxt
block below. Hie found the frontt (loor
*ajar and satw a light burtning in his
clerk's room in the rear. Enitering
said softly treading over the rough
,fvrdvhichi was strewn with hat amd
grain and the me~di' (l'ea of cotton
babes, Hillyer stood in the doorway o(
the ypung man's room. In a cloud of
cigar #nioke Georgo Buckley sat neai
a little table, without his8 coat, lis ('oh
tar off and his lpowerful neck shiowing
-through. his open shirt. He glared Il
-at his eniployer and then rose to blh
feet and looked straight at hinm.
"George," the old man began it a
'vice that quivered. thtrough excessilve
einbrrrassnent, "I was trouled a
soI otana'.oedwn e
u~~ethat you need1 bothe.
.eo# "Pa I* blobi kn of yout,
v 2.yotu to kno ~ hta, an' 'of thar's an
* ~ ~ . way ulnder tile 8a aut I kid~ help yo
V ' :do- -
eCapnnot make a good cup of
Dirty, 'adulterated asid queerly
ulous Adale a shovel dover leir
- pure, clean, natural Aavoreet
ader of all package coflees
rter.of a contui-y has boon daily
-aid .you -will iako a drink fi
kodulta you must use tho beFt coffeo.
Uso "a tablospoonful to each cu), and one
old water, enojvh to inko a thick nte, aid
ettler), then fo1Iow one of the followiug rules:
kdd boiling water, end let it boll
Itle cold water and net aside give
il your cold water to tMe paste and
d a little cold water, and In live
:han ton minutes before sor ving.
as been boiled before.
SET .E COFFEE.
of an egg, mixing it with the ground LION
After boiling add a (lash of cold water, and et
ugh a strainer.
tge of genuine LION COFFEE,
recipe and you will only use
(Sold only in 1 lb. sealod packages.)
for valuablo proniums.)
OOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
WILL N. HARBEN,
1 "Abner .m
;'and of the
IARlPER -0 ROTI!EItS
"Theln 1et' 132e 'n1' you Come to tn
unlerstanldinlg."' sa1l Hekloy. "I dotl't
know exnell. how to size you1 up1). I've
beenl (hiniikinig Ilholit youI 111 this even
ing, and if I don't understand you bet
tor thanl I live (1ne for Several years
y(ui u1nd I will part. You canl keep ihe
.11mony ,l' mae 111d saved up, and
If I (ould (o It I'd throw the educatIon
-y011 g1vO Me In your faee. My litelli
gelce unl1. 1en Iusulted. You hlllo
dol( all theso thilgs for tile under tho
prolteno of love, bIt It Wais not that.
Now let' uinters4tinttd each13 other."
I llillyer turne s. White as. (01 death
Could have inade hini. I[14 ey0e sta1k
to thle floor, an1d, with In haltinlg step, he0
went to the young nian's bed atcrost
the rooml1 and sat down oil the edgo
"You do tile n groat wrong-, George,"
he fnhlered. "If you knowed illy
" Well, that's -IlI I'm mask1ng. I wanlt
to know whatt it 111 111a118. I tell yot
hap1pened-nn)2' Iw donl' enre whehe f2I
to bei tohl 1the tru1lth. Wha3zt dhid yVou
gi' 333e my~' 911 ittenin for, n313( this8
:tart ithe l( wl'21? WhyI3, 3(s I look
ait y'ou guing alt m1e( now1 it seems11 to
me) you 21r') t-het very'' personli fiention 0of
the 1fat e tlm has111) mnocked' 113 (ever sinlce
I was: (1( o ld nogh to knol'w I was) t alIve.
1ill'yer 10se to his feet. "'I'mU goli'
to leav1e you), George,"' heI sa1id. '"'o
3no1row' w'llI talik this over. You nro
Int2) no 2)2ondItio 111II)"- -
Takzin11g a3 8wift. stondy13 str'ide for
wn'3rd, theo young3. 23:n1an 1) lah ianidsi on
tihi merehn'(31111's s41hotiklrs anid forced
1h11m bac1k to Nh s(ent (on the0 bed. ''NO,''
lhe said(; "'you don('t lente here toilght
un1til y'ou have answered'01 11ny questionl
11I132Iye i leaned forward'i, h118 face in
sp)enk of' se2inthing that 1321 112t passed0(
311y 1Ips8 In th21i'rty years3', hnut ma)0ybe 1t is
bes8t I'r m21 10 (10 it, 'onlsiderin13' every'1
thing. Set owin. I kinl tallk better If
y'ou won3't stain 33( 80 lose8( 312' 10ook at
melI s1) stralghlt. You'r h'ad32( yore Itrou.'
lei, an2' e'f youl h3av'e the0 hear:t 1 thin2k
y'ou have'). yo'01I b20 03orry1 1f1' 3me, an3' me21
112' y') 3t3'ae ill be ,truer101 i'm'is in
(George llitekiey thrtew hItuselft 12nto
paus1e32. A tralinl 10ssed 03n the trI'eek
withlini twenty y3'nni's1 of the) rear2 dolor
of the) wareh030us8, an111ti th 11orr shook.2
A 1)istol sho1t was1 11: honn, f'oI ll'we by 13
the yelpin11g 01' II woundced dlog a1t the
'"George' " b('gan2 th1e )terehnut 1h :t
strang husky).9(3 vl(', ''you) ilw' nowil
meetin13' tihe lyges:t tr1oule of 21 yor)1
wle1 life. I was8 jesit aboult yOr'e age,
an1' ev'ery3tInIg was12 ab1 out 2as promlsin'.
Wvhen 3my3 trouble overto'ok me1). (George"'
('10se o' the W I ar"
Intekkey stare'td stOOndily, hisl br3ows'
dkhi3't tin.1k you"' *- TheIi young3' m1:m2
sem(A d unable to12 ' formulate h11' s
thiought in 2:) wls''1. ''I kn you1 ~ 1
were3' acqu1itted( an3d 11ha1 1nobody3 lamed1':
letedl to go thr)ough y'or'e preosent trial ,
m11 '' lve 'ondered'( many11 2)21 m212-1 31
wh lole wlori 11hinks( 1 111't1 bothert
about1( It. but tfew1 folk1s know11 11hout thet
sonlIs of their ne0igh!bor', W'hy, ii,
OWn) wif)' (&m't know my fe"'enjg1. ,I
reckoin 81h1 thiks1( 1'mi 218 halIpp' 2 thle
a1verafge 1man. T1'131t's the( trl'Oie wlIih
jCst-Je4t that1 sor't of' 31 thing. It hinl3't
wha32t f'olks' w''ill dare men'2tion to tile
pe0rson concer01ned, lOn' )2omehow011 he
never, 151n1 bring It up.'1 241a(d i'd neverCI
hadit It -nien1tione'd to meW, bult I dig
aboult fIve year! ago. I'd been3 ma1k In'
a1 sor1t of ai pet of a) lIttle, yaller'1 hiIred1
cIld-( stoPpin1' at the Jlohnsiton house |
with heri ma13 fer the summ111er', tnll 01ne
dty, slettli' uip thalr in thr, ofiee, i. tuelk
'er on my13 knee)., Sh3e loter' sqiri'ued
oat nn' Wivhnn I naokea wl mvil WIS ti~.)
wa r. "
muutter "'h' saidt she'd he.:11% I 'dl killvfl
ain:t It Sot 1nv bac-% S,> that I din't
'.tn'. an' he1N0:0 setd vr
Minit I pas 1%11d wnr shwasl viIut . I h
TIal!k ab1 oult t rouble, GeorIe, yore'nl
hlnl't a eilreulnstanlce: I ha1d jest got
ma -e.-in' ever'thlu1g L,:oke: bright.
"it was lit 11n 0-!eln. Tile feller
wn-; a friml 0' moint, bu t a few year's
youn:).;er. \-,-e wasI- on poSit ides
lin' ad hm o word.-;. The lie was
Lxited, nn' theni ,ve ee:le together.
Some o' Wilm! crowd.mrl us,..ut.ws
at rauln'. demni. i waIs at drilukin' manl
then --that is, I took at drum occasion
ally.- an' I got full anl' wvent hlomle fer
at revolver. Then I Set out to find 'limt.
It -was aboitl 10 o'clock ait night when
1 run11 nelo-st '11n ait at livery table, a
old shnek ait C.other end o' the town.
Ile was In thle bnek enid with llanik
W11l11h1m., the main that run It, anl' I
heard 'lit tellin' 11ank good night a'
seed '11m n-comlin'. I didn't know whatt
L Was9 n-doin'-asw God is my judge, I
didn't. I hated 'limt with the hiate or
hiell, anl' I wanted--I wanted 'limt out
of thle wvny. I dratwed ase hie Come
nigh, anl' I think I cussed 'Iim. I r
member hie was a-gaizin', right ait mle
senred-sitared milghity nigh out o' its
.(%14. Ile raised lils an's sorter,
lin k i body will to Ward otY anything,
but thle revolver wvas ntimed righ"t, anl'
coiked nlt' easy on trgger, lant' it Went
Ifillyer paused. 4lls hands werc old
ett one in the other, Al1d bolih weI
tliniveing. Georg Buckley was star
lug, ait him with bewik(lei'ed fixity, his
long, seter hand styed inI his heavy
"I'm orter seInred alt th Sound 0o fmy
O revole," 'Lnhezt Iutllyer. "It' dike
sonihboy tse w -tellin' about it.
I hriin't tven whispetred it to lv yrtt.
Ahi l n",tt mproyers -n reo' g t ton I
inver hlive spo hii namo u the tane
o lit cri'. I always sid, 'You kumv
what I mhed, Lord. Show tme hatw to
nload it' Well"- liilyer swallowed
"he1 foe ded in ist tracks. It twasi1
sobertll I ao second.'I heardi illmsor
litte croy an'itate to bara n' runtiii,
btl I itht'oe ~th iie revoerdow an1'
enlled to 'hai an18' betgged a'n nt wit
leaiieihe lIHd 1tood inuid a~l os otl
ed (conhi't te t hen hel( comeh back
wasiavr. Thorg wauckle o't dir-y
hayig ite s tan' I rementher 11 est
iry an'b thr.rdt av e
"illivoin' had a heayr lIt'ta hid's
Ile tilood tare 'vo watheslln' abostentd
to inyri's of fear a~in~)' Iet ti al)lv
ane he bjogun tin' ixio pa y t m e.n
''ie tel eaId loi 111ar ths it was.'
in- selt' defen1' wltiit lie had se itt : a1lth
anltl' oldtol 11n1 the (stand li' giest
ltht le was' ilyint21't to bivet my neck,
butt I wateilt tlt rseo vt (enalty an'
Icottin't '' it.e '1'tn lie 0011eaco
iet ilt' iny tit 111l w I awful. I wasnib'igt
even 1 jailel~. 'tlain witie 0 dte
iuent lesIi an',puit isympatht'fr meos
younl asl Ita, twaigh.ti The1 ihard- t
t iit' thile ofoal to rws the grefo
i'luirih's mo1 i theIit loiked ike iit.
toity nihyi igh tit' 'r. 1: 0 r wase tieril
itt onted i begnytthing'an' ad gone10
wet tan' llt 'e.l'i n 11' lal I it com clar
in thl eye (l'Oi' te h hard, buto all
knows, ot ingtmy own.' SThatl rime ttsl'
befor l me,)'lilt nkno sleep' i I oten
lit't givei tha teil lie.i 1eeme like8111(
ever'tin ie we t wialt ii.tuned outnn
3'yn 1n' I rolspe, t15hogh 1 I idi'd l
t'ou ldih fil to ev at lufeigrin' hel
the ifferen.lil5 tlhurh. Mrs.utn lInm-I
bigIht jetS had a littl wor overt in the
mounltaints thaut thinne otioar liv-'
ti, n' tIfttet alitritend to 'er. to tler
her 1he11, butt shte lhdignalntly refuse~d
it. Sht'dl come11 it townt onlce in twhtile.
bult she'd never~t come1 ighi whnri I wuas
at. Then I heard shte was tryin' to g!l
at penilOnt thirtoughl congr'ess. I [or hnsu
band1( 1had4 climied to be. at UnIon in,
an' that lie was forced inito thte ('oin
federate tranks, whnir lie fit an' w:
killeil1, an' st):neh'lody tol ''r slie wv:a:
ill the elinim 1an' writ onl about it tom
Wasin~gton. anl' tone tday he hap)pentt-i
to tell ime thlit hei. hadt hadl it thinlI ad
t'l:dlon 110' thiait shie couildnt't git. It in
Stato ie hated to hatv to te'lI 't'r thei
ani' I pa111 id th $15 at mionthl. I've beeni
tdoin' ft for tweit(y yeari now, an' it
hans kept 'er fromt suffl'ini', but I'm Ill
miortatl dread o' her fiidln' out whar
thet mioney3 'omelts fromi fli' sellini' lh'er
lalo tto repayt3 it. Shie's stIll it good
AiCRP one c yen r, lpelti'%ty ti.
fatll, she comotle In town, hitt s~e h
''Te sightt of 'or fetches it all bactk
wu'tss thtan aniythting else. I've, triedt to)
find out ~whaut she thtiiks abouit It now,
at souh. I've suff~ered thie tormenltsii- of
the damnedt'(. i madel it puiblic confe'S-.
abut in intettin', as well ats I could(, to
shtow m~y contr!illon wiltiout tnmplientlin'
Ilinik Willhius, but it 'didnh~'t do A 11peck
(1' gtotd. Alil tile mematbers swatrmted
thf' Dtejes goin'd toItW y
doper I 'was ate 0' tbo-40%bij
163t sounkA at night or uy- abadow il
daythie an' vas alwayd eountin' oi
beill' tuck off by disease. One mornin'
in. shavlu', I noticed a little red spol
9pn my cheek an' tuck. it fer at cancor
- was shore then that the Lord Intend.
d to inake m die .a slow, loathsoni
death, an' all at once I felt weak -at the
kinces rl'' couldn't .iardly stand. Mv
vife comie tni' 1otinid ic:. I <Udn 't t
her albout iy eneexr. lit' sio thO ,
I w;ias je!t ulelk fro :ni e'u' i'd ttit
an' whn the wd:tor comel, I wIas niiar
to tell 'fiml about ti - S: phie. Il
left s~amle mleiin. ;1n.' 1 o out Ilikt
I tuck it, )t11 I tha'owedul it atway. After
that I'd make a point to stop an' talil
to 'fim every daly to see of Ie('( notcte
ny face Jinl' speak of it, bit lie didn't,
I've tarted up to his oflfee fifty time
an' backed out, jest beca'se I couldn't
bear to be told that it wa.- a caitcer.
lowsollever, one day, wh'l~en it wvas
miore ilami1d than ever, I weit to his
olllce-asa weiwk at a sick kitten, feelil'
jest like at 1man122 goin' to the weaffold.
I wAent in all' set down anil' walted fI'
'ii to git througlh wiv th somebody else,
anll' wlenI he turind to mne I said. 'Doe,
I want you to take a look alt mlly face.'
Ile pit oil lis specks anll' examined it
then heo laughed anll' Haid: 'I'll bet a dol
lart- you thought it was at cancer. Folks
nowadays Is more aiixious to raise can
cers 'ai th(y are good tater.3.' 'hut
inii't it?' I fixed 'fiml. 'No,' s'ald 11e, 'it
hafn't nothiln' 0' the sort. Er' you'll
quit rubbin' It every Minute In the dlay
an' stop thinkin' about it, It'll go away
in a week.' I felt as light a a feather
when I left thim, but it.wasn't twenty
four hourng 'fore Iedgi other till.
''"I was always lookin' fer the Lort
to show designs agil mile. Per ont
thing, no chlildren come to meI 'n' Mar
tha, an' I interpreted that ats mleaiin
that, sence I'd put life out o' the world
I shouldn't fetch It in. Most marriet
folks worry when they haiin't got som111
offspring. but it worried me powerful
I never seed a happy Child or a prou
iotler an' father without feelin' tl
Lord's rebuke. Oh, George, Georgc
I've led the most awful life that wa
ever led by a human ben', It seems t(
me-an' I kept it all to myself, sillin
along with the rest, an' tryin' to iln
some loophole of escape. Now here'
wv'har you come In, all' you'll think i
odd, but I've started in to explin 11I
full, an' I'm gon' to do it. You knov%
I 1se( to pass yore pa's place pretty
often. goin' to lly river mill al' farm
anlt' lit the mill I frequently seed yo
Colin' oil that awaybicked old m1 are
a-straddle of yore bag o' shelled corn,
barefooted even In winter, with yori
hands anil' feet cracked witl the cold
It was common report about how bat
you was treated by yore daddy an
what a awful character le had. Nliay
Syo reminemnher the talk me 'ni' yok
had, anll' how you told 111e how Ianxioltn
y3ou1 was to git schoolini' t1nl' booka:
That was the fust day f0ter mily cr11m4
toetI Ieta beam of apiritual ligh,. a
como a '.o et' ite lIke a tiaah' tbirt f I
col take you out'n yolro degradatio
an' raIse you to a respectable, usetu
plae In life I could aton in part foi
what I'd done. Do you remllbar thi
George Buckley sta1rte-d, rised h5( Isa
eyes from the tioor ini a sharp'l star'e at
the haggard face before hun11 and1 said(:
"Yell, sIr, I rememblaer that cday."
"'Well, I couildni't git away fr1omi thle
idea., As I samy, It was thle fust lilt cof
lIght I'd had, Trho followling winter
youi r'leember my13 proosal. Somialow
I wasi1 even2 then itfteard you'd - ''us.,
bult youl wenlt tai1' to sc'hooal. Ani' lten
thie wveighit an bl Itterness' of may hlearit
wals glorilous. Y'ou stootd head y u
inade~lt thle betst alpteches; youi !a. thle
most1 fiendsi( amonijig teachers'l an' puilsI.
whltt ilt-an lt to meii; youi seeme1d to beo
rin~i' to)warid hlell! Tihcen y'ou know
abouilt the job I giv'e you1 here afiter you
graiduanted ; every3 (do11h1r youli d Op an1'
pr'oper'ly inve'stedt wa~s proof to 1m1 that
God hlad heard my1 long prayer'C1 an2' was
ansiworhii' It 11in 1 hsol'1wnvay. I wasii
tuck out. Ouply one0 hitchl ocurred, an1'
thlat wa'iS w1henl they thrieatetned yor-e iml
w'.Ith arrst'5 fori pennlinl' uip tnI 0l hogs.
Th'len you got despete a1n' started In t a
wentih 4)n silothi agaIn tIll this- tis
hInto plait ter. Anld plol-oh, (Op'rge, i'ml
leadip' 1m1 throulgh all tis roaud o'
proisOilo jest ll order to let 111 fall the
h~arder.l' I've comeO bere' tonlIght to praty
to you-yes, to y'ou-to saveL nme. If you
go down'l, 1 do( too, NowY you see whait
it nI)ii meanit 112' whait it means11 to 2me.
I'll in yor'e hands(l, lmy boy. As Goed's
algent, you hold me Inl the palmil 0' yoreC
Thell old man11's yoice br'oke. H~e mad114
anp (ffort to say somlething more1', bult
('hokod lIp, gig14, w'ith is gauzo 011 tht
t'aggedl rug in fr'ont o~f 1ilt, lhe salt tuitt
inottoless5 e'xceplt for' his hieaving
shloulders. (101)1ge IBuctkley bentl for.
ward,-I ils handsth tightly clasping eiell
oilier. Withlout ai word( he r'ose and1
wvent with~ a sltealdy atop tint into tig
heard'( his Licrchig treoad na he0 wall
j'd bac1k and11 forthI over the gr-al
strewn floor, aind 1h( knelt besldo flit
hed and tr'h I to pra'iy the pra'iyter thatl
had1( rutig in li oldi biral for thtir't
yearsi~, bult fJiloeo thoe wopn~'l wyord
refuisod to coine., (leorge JtuckIey's si.
lenice wasi1 aigalu2st hinm. 11Is long (1.
hty-ed dooml hicked In the dlalrk silciee(
4)f the1 greoat hous1e, 11 14 l Ii lhomltl
from~i the ldarkness5 lie heard a stitletd
er'y as5 of pain1; thlen ji heavy weIght
went downl---George Ihuckley hadI fa1
on. A clold sweaut brtoke oult 0on thl
Iiirchtant'a falco, ie feared 1h0 knew
1n0t what, but lhe feaired, Was his1
dloomn about to show itself ini ai morv
(4a 0 hapo thaf 4 htig over dreapi(1
crept raither than wvalked to the doo*
of the room. Standig there, he0 found1
"(Ge(orge, are yeou11 hrt ?"
Is v'olce r'ang htarshly thrlough the
bIg room)Ih. 'rer was 110 answer,
"George! George! Are you thlal?"
Ililliyor leanied againtlt10 th oor talc.
jng. 11144 knlees wef'0 weakiIi; hal wag~i
about to sink to the floor, Then lhe
heardl George fluckloy callng to hhn.,
"Mr. 1111 lyer," camiIo in ai faInt v'olgo,
tbat olutI Wlit did 1tiekley 0d jrM
to kAfw 11-41lh
a1kiln. Put laup U d quvedpg
hand, the mnerchit went badtk in the
rear. At first lie could seo hothing,
for he wis dazed by the light, but he
Ile came upon B3uckculu1A-onw, hi*ts ata.
s4aV on%-U"W fNeaently he (aimte uipoU
Bluckley lying on his side behind a
great pile of corn in bags.
"I'm sorry to bother you," the young
man said humbly, "but I've got my
foot caught in a hole in the floor, and I
can't possibly get it out."
"Oh, George!" the merchant gasped,
and, placing the lamp on the floor, he
raised the young man in his arms, and
together they managed to release the
"Thank you, Mr. IIillyer." The armu
of the young nmatn still lay on- the old
man's shoulder, and instead of remov
ing it le pressed It down tenderly.
"I vnnt to say somnething," he said,
"but I'm afraid I can't. Mr. Hillyer,
you have made a man of tie tonight.
You've taught ile a great lesson. You
maet your trouble as early in life as I
a1m meeting mine, aud yet you have
borne yours ice a soldier for thirty
years. I've been a coward, weak and
shirking. but from tonight on I'm go
Ing to tight as you have done. You've
saved tie, Mr. Ilillyer." BlIckley turn
ed the old milan's face toward him.
"You know I unever had a father I
could love a nd re.p(et, bat 1 love :1ti4
veneIiite you, sir . You can 1oilIt on)
Ie, .Ir. hilly er. I was drunk whenl I
qpoke Its I did Just 11w. I'm sober
now. I hope you will pardon me."
"Oh, George!" That wits all the old
1ULtu could saR be bad beun to sol)
like a child.
1tcI(k-y' took up the lamp. "Ye1," he
Said l1a he led the way bilck to his
rooti, "'i'i all right anyW, Mr. liltyeu.
An hour ago I lad nothing to eneour
age mo to ke(ep (on, but you hav'e .Set
tuo onl miy feet. Youri long troulie 11as
lmnld a good tian 1of' you; pierhlaps Prkov'
l~Idece. initendcs to giv~e med I lie samie sort
(of chan 1ce. Itf that'i s thle phin,. I'll neCet't
the termIls, for' I'd go thlrouigh it all to be
as8 good as yOu are', e'ven when my
head 1s whiite anmd I stoop over the
grave. Whamit youtid (1In hIind, yon-th
i'ul ission wIa notin g-DothIing! .My
iietionis totnighit oni neenunt of what I
A litik fiorothough I.may savC you no
end of trouible. Aniy'one whom makes~ it a
rule to .keep Chamberlain's Colio, Chiol
(era and( D)iarrm'la Remeudy atl hand
knows this to be a f iet. F~or sale by
Pickens Drug C''.
ThoupandIs Have Kidney '-.rouble
and Don't Know it.
How 'To Fintd Out-,
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
' il ting indicates can
- a unhealthy condi
tion of the kid
neys; if it stains
S your l~nen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
- , frequent desire to
- pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys 'and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowvledge so
often expressed. that Dr. Kilnie:'9 S$wamp
Roct, the great kidnecy remecdy fulfillb every
wish in cuiing rhceumlatism, paiin in the
back, kidneys, liv'er. bladder and cvery part
of the urinary pas';age. It corrects inability
to hold wvater and scalin pain in passing
it, or bad effeels following use of liquor,
wine or beer, an:i overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the clay, and to get up many times
durmng the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamnp-Root is soon
realired. it stands the0 highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases,
if you need a medicinie you should have th
best. Sold by druggi:sts in 50c. and $1. sizes.
You mcy have a samr,c, bottle of this
wondcrful discovery ' X -
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail. 4'
Acddr.o. Dr. Kilmer & nom .. s u 1,
Co., Dinghamnton, N. Y, Whean trig men
tion rosataig thi'a genlerouls offer ini tis pap~er.
Don't make alny m:istake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. D~r. Kilmor's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Biingha~mton,
N.Y., on e'very bottle,
MAIN STREET BARBER SHOP,
I do not b~oas9t of shop fix
tures, but I do pride myself on
Easy Shaves, Shampoos and
Artistic Hah-' Cuts.
(Jive me a Tr'i'al ad lbe ('otilced.
Isral Marshall, Thorley
Buldeing. Main Et.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenL
In use for bver 30 years, has borne the signatnro of
and lias been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nid "Jitst-as-good" are but
1Experiments that trifle with mid endanger the health of
Infants and Children-E xperience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Oastoria, is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. I6
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otber Narcotlo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and WintI
Oolic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures 'Jonstipatiok
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving licalthy and natural sleep.
The Chlldreu's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kifnd You Have Always Bought.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CNTAUn COUTI&.(', VT MURRAY STREIT. NEW VOfiK GIV.
iscrimi at ig
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Ouir stock is large--slccted with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes .
and holds customers. If you have not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pais.
Pride & Patton,
N. D. TAYLOR, Photographer,
...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
The kind1 that are1 made, at the besti tud io~s of the 1,'o-sw.i.itios.
The kind that will not fade. Thiat are niatuiral und lifelik~,
and linished on the latest anid prettiest cards to bH lsu.
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Nice line of mnouldings and framies of aiy sizie markh to cider.
..COME ON WEDNESDAY..,,
I hve pout HOD ilgaipta;
Ready for Distribution.
All wvho want one come and get it. If you want. o pay for iit
bring the money; if you dlon't want to pay it co ad sa s..
and I will give you the receipt, as I want to gotkeacut
off my mind and also my book. So com.a- and1' lag(; sr ge
your receipt anyhowv, and oblige
J. D.M OORE.
I prefer thc money, but leave it to you.
Two de1roe, A. U. and A. M. Four couirses lead ing to iho( A. 11. Degroo.
Depaurtnu utR-lRhion* :and As'troonmy, Mrathematicse, P'hysic, mal Goo(ilogy,
l'iology, and (Obomists, Lafin, Greek, Eniglishi, 0 rmn aanII Frienob, History
and1( E'(onom.io. Libi.iry antd L.ibrin'ian. 'PT W. E,. Biurntt. gymai onIIU undor
a3 cam)p, t, att dirooto~r. J1. n. CJleve)~land Scienco~ Hall. A t botio grotundN. (Coursoa
of lectures by the ales't meni on the p)latform1.. Ri-o m1usicalI oppotuniioes. Next
Session Sept.i 20.
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the(O1 iogO LIibrary.
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