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Says This Lady Who Had to Sup.
port Family of Four. Read
Below Her Statement
Tallapoosa, Ga.-Mrs. Sallie Eidson,
of this place, writes: "I was in verY
poor health, all run-down, nervous,
had fainting spells, dizziness and heart
fluttering. I had these symptoms us
ually at ily . . . times. I had a
very hard time, working for seveli
years In a hotel after my father died.
I had to support our family of four. I
read the Birthday Almanac and
thought I would begin taking Cardul.
I received good benefit from It. I 011
sure It will do all that It claims to do.
I took three or four bottles Iefore it
began to show effects. After that I
improved rapidly and gained In health
and strength. I took nine bottles in
all. This is the only time I have
taken it. I was down to 108 pounds
and I gained to 122. 1 felt like a new
woman. I couldn't siele before and
had to be rubbed, I would get so nerv
ous and numinb. And all this was
stopped by ('arduil."
The true valit' of a mnedlicine can be
determined only by the results (I
tained from its act u:il use. The thou
sands of letters ve have reeeivetl
every year for many years trom
grateful users of Cardul. are powerful
tributes to its worth and effectiveness.
If you suffer front wonily allnients,
try Cardul, the woman's tonic.-Adv.
To Make Dirty Water i.;ean.
Whenl we stail1 for. (1mr1 trip Io
Mt. Kilinmanjaro I haul told .ervminih,
one of our At'ienni hoys, to fix sIx
barrels wIih water 111 i have it 1le1an.
BtII when I oplened the first barrel. It
witR ('overed wItII so.gilsuds, I asketli
the boy what was wrnI*Ig with the wa
ter. I ie snl : "Very elenn water,
mallster'. I put soalp InI every bar11rel to
iiike it (lean." So we t<ranjk sonly
suds all the way.---l'eter .N\aQueen In
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"I'm writinag ta story for one of the
leading magazines," rtemarked Scrib
son, with a lofty air,
"Inideed," repied his cauistlc frientd.
"And which one of the Inferior magta
zlnes do you think will pubhlishi it?"
A had boy seldom htiherits his bad,
ness from his filther. The old maon uis
ually hangs on to all he has.
'h.occasional use of Rotnasn Eye Bal mats
g tht uppnu tirt tngWill preven~t gnd res
tit stes&, watery eyes, andi eye strata.
IF A GIRL discovered on
the young man about to b
and that he had despoiled
would she be wise if she ref
how deep her love?
Mr. K. LeMoyne becomes i r
Hecy, her mother, Annai, andl( her ol
preside. Throigh the Influence of
surgeon, SIiney becomes a prohnt
Ilarriet opens a fashiontable Sh(o)
Lorenz andt 111'almer H1owe :are ablol
to take rooms it the I'ages'. Sidne
beal i attentive froima high Schooml d
IaLtes her. At the hospital she
vorld. She maeets Carlottia I larrh
MIx. K. Leiloyne is a mystery. I
but Is plnst is liichen, findi Doc.t
whclh Ite keeJps secret. Sidney go<
the wNedding aItd ilnds the bride-to
She got u) <iuickly, and, trailing hea
long satin train across the floor, hulted(!
ithe door. Then front inside her cor.
saige she brought out and held to Sid
ney i letter. "Specilal delivery. Real]
It was very short; Sidney read 11
at a gInnce:
Ask your future husband If he knows v
girl at 213 - avenue.
Three months before, the Avenut
Would have imelilt nothing to Sidney,
Now she knew. Christine, more so.
phistiented, had always known.
"You see," site said. "That's what
I'm upi aigainst."
Quite suddenly Sidney knew wht
thei girl alt 213 Avenue was. Th
pIapet'r she eld III her d 111111d WaS hosI
till paper with the heading torn off
The whole surdid story lly before her
Grace Irving, with her thin face an
cropped Iir, andt(] the newspaper o
ilte floor of the ward beside her!
She picked up her veil ad set th
voronet on I.ier head. Sidney sMoo
with the letter in her hands. One
K.'s answers to her lhot question ha
heell tihis: "There is no4) selse in haul
ing back unless It helps us to loo
atheatd. Whiat your liltle girl of th
wilrd ha lbe is 11 so illortiit at
what,;I she 's going to be."
"Even grnelting ils to be true, sit
said 14) Christine slowly-"and it Imn:
orily he malicious, after all, Chris
line--it's surely over and dolne With
It's not P'atlmiier's pist that olncerm
yu I now--it's hIs future with you, isn',
Christine land finally adjusted hea
veil. Site rose anrd put hter hands on
"PTe simaple truth is," site said gul.1
ie Rea (i at Gnc./
Sidne"tha ReadIght hd alner.f
caredl-terrbly. I dlon't. And I'na
afraid lhe knows It. It's my pride that'a
hurt, nlothing else.
And thus did Christine L~ore~nz g<
down to her wedding.
Sidney stood for animoment, her eye:
on the letter Bihe held, Already, ii
her new philosophy, she lad learntet
many strange things, One of thten
was this-that women like Grace Ir
ving did not betray thteir lovers; tia
the code of the underworld waos "(dent]
to the squealer ;" that one played th
game, and won or lost, and if lhe losi
took his medicine. If not Grace, thei
whof Sonmebody else in tihe hospitm
who knew hert story, of' course. Bu
befotQe golmg downstaIrs, Sidne
'aced athe letter Ja a sau'cer and se
tto it #1th a diatch. Some of. thi
i heaie had dief t ~ her eyes.
A thrilling mysto
man who lost his
girl who helped h
the day of her wedding that
ecome her husband was a rake
one girl and broken her heart,
used to marry him, no matter
of the Story.
omIer at the Page home, where Sid
d maid anunt, Iarriet, a dressmaker,
D)r.I Max Wilson, a successful young
lonary nurse at the hospitial. Aunt
downtown and prospers. Christine
it to be married, and they are going
v1 iloved by K., by Joe Drumnmond, it
itys, land by Doctor Max, who fasel
begins to see the underside of the
on, who Is veryr "thick" with Doctor
le works it the gas office as a clerk,
11 Nlllx knows Something about blu11
-s to Christine's home to prepare for
be In a queer niod.
To K., sitting in the back of the
church betveen iaurriet and Anna, the
Wedding wits Silney-Sidney only.
Afterward he could not remember the
wedding party at all. The service for
hin was Sidney, rather awed and very
serious, beside the altar. It was Sid
ney who caime down the ut1sie to the
triumphant strains of the wedding
march, Sidney with Max beside her!
On his right sat iarriet, htaving
reached the first pinnitcle of her Iew
career. The wedding gowns were suC
eessful. They were muore thi that
tiey vwere triuniphant. Sitting thtere.
site east comnprehe'nsive eyes over the
chutch, filled with potential brides.
But to Anna, vitchling the ceretnony
with bitlirred eyes land fuetfectual
bluish lips, was coming her hour. Sit
ting back in the pew, with her 'hands
folded over her priayerbook, she said
, little prityer for her straight young
:ilughter, facing out front the altair
with cletir, unatfraid eyes.
As Si.ney tinid Nlttx drew near the
door, Joe Drummtnond, who had beel
e statding at the back of the church,
ql turned quickly and wient out. H1e
SSt itibled, rather, its if he could not
k CHAPTER XI.
s The supper it the Wlite Springs hto
te 11(1 iot been thile last supper Car
lottia Harison anid Max \Wilson had
li ken together. Ctriottia hiad] selected
for lier viatilon a snull town within
etasy iotoring distance of the city,
an,I two or three times during her two
Nweeks off duty Wilson had gone out to
see hter. lie liked being wI ith her. Site
stit litated htitn. F~or once thait lhe could
see Sidney, he saw Carlotta twice.
Sihe had kept the aiiutir wvell in htandl.
.li Sheits plarying for high stakes. Shte
ktnew quite well the kind of mnan with
whomt slit was del~itiig-that he would
ipay as5 little ias p)oSible. But she
knew, too, thait, let hint wa'nt a thing
enouitgh, hei w~outld pay anty piice3 for it,
She was very skillful. 'rTe very ar
dor in her face was in hter favor. Be
htind~ hier eyes lurked cold calculation.
Site wvould put the thinig thtrought, aid
show those putting niurses, witht their
plous11 eyes antd evening prayers, a
thinig or two,
I )uring thatt enttire vacation he never
saiw lher in anythting more elaborate
thant thte simplest of whtite dresses
'tmodiestly open att the thrioat, sleeves
rolled( upj to show', hter satitty arms.
''Tere were no other boarders att the
little fatrmhlouse. She stat for htours
itn the summelilr eveiniigs in the square
yaird filled wv ith aplple trees that b~or
dlered the highwuuay, carefully p~osed
over' ai book, buit witht lier kien eyes
alwa'tys on the r'otad. Site read Brown
ing, Emerson, Swinburnte. Once lie
founad her~t witht at hook that site htas
tily concealed, Ie tnsisted on seeing
it, andti secured it. It was a book on1
braint surgery. Confronted wvith it, she
blushed trad drop~ped her i'yes. ills die
lighte'd vanity fountd in it tite miost in
sidiouis of comuplimients, as shte hadt inl
"I feel sucht ant idiot whten I ant with
you," site said, "I wanted to know a
little more atbout the thtings you (14."
TJhait pitt their relationshtip on a new
attind avantced basis, Thterettfter he
octslonlly titlked surgery instead of
senttiment. Ie fountd her responsive,
intehlgegt. 11is work, a sealed book
to his womeon before, lay open1 to her.
Now and1( thten thteir professional dIs
cussions enided in somtething different.
The two lines of their interest con
I "Gad I" lie said one day. "I look
.forward to itese evenings, I can talk
- shop witht you withtout either shtockitng
t or nuseating you, You are the most
ittelligent wotman I know-and one of
,Theo one element Carlotta htad left
1 ouC of bher calculations was hterself.
I She had known thte mian, htad taken theo
t situation at its proper value. But into
her calculating ambition had come a
y new and destroying element. She who,
t like K. in his little roomu ona the Street,
e had put aside love and the things
thereof, foun4'tb t It Wttyld x0o put
ry story about a
courage and the
m tofind it again
'.*.s., ..a.................* 0 6 6 6 6 6
her aside. By the end of her short va.
cation Carlotta Harrison was wildly to
love with the younger Wilson.
They continued to meet, not as
often as before, but once a week, per
iaps. The meetings were full of dan
ger now ; and if for the girl they lo;st
by this quality, they gained attraction
for the man. She was shrewd enough
to realize her own situation. The thing
had gone wrong. She cared, and lhe
did not. It was his game now, not
All women are intuitive; women in
love are dlangerously so. As well is
she knew that his passion for her was
not lihe real thing, so also she realized
that there wits growing up in his hear't
soiitntiing akin to the real thing for
Sidney l'aige. Suspicion became cer
tai3nly after a talk they had over the
supper table at i Country roadhouse
the day after Christine's wedding,
"llow wNas the weddiing-tiesolme?'
"Tihrilling ! There's always 1s:omue
thing thrilling to me in a man11 tyingi
hi nmse'lf up for I life to one wonma n,
i's-it's so reckless."
I ler eyes tinlrOwe(. "That's not ex
net ly the Law and the Prloplets, is it?'
"It's the truth. To think of select
Ing out of all the world one womain,
atntL electing to spend the rest of on'(s
hilkys with her ! Although-"
Ills eyes looked past Carlotta inte
"Sidney Page was one of the brides
mlaids." he said irrelevantly. "She was
lovelier than the bride.0"
"'retty, but stupid," said Carlotta,
"I like her. I've really tried to teaclh
her things, but-you know-" Sle
shrugged her shoulders.
Docto' Mamx was learning wisdom.
If there was a twinkle in his eye, he
eileuI it discreetly. But, once again
in tile Imachine, lie bent over had put
his eliek against hers.
"You little cat I You're jealous," he
Nevertheless, although he migh
smile, the linage of Sidney Jay Ver
close to his heart those autumn days
And Carlotta knew it.
Sidnmey camne ott night duty the mid
die of November. The night (uty ha
been a time Of comparative pelace tj
Carlotta. There were no evening
wheN" Doctor Max could bring Sidne
back to) the hospital in his car.
Sludney's hail f-days at homme were oc
caisionis for agonmies Of je1auloulsy on Car
lotta's part. On such an occasion, a
mIonth after the wedding. she could no
('oitain hersehif. She pleaded her ok
exCutse of headache, and took the trol
IVy to a point near the end of thq
Street. After twilight fell, she slowi1
walked the length of the Street. Chris
tine and Palmier had not returneu
from their wedding journey. The No
vemnbern evening was not cold. Sidnea
was not In sight, or Wilson. Bul
standing on the wooden doorstep o1
the house was Le Moyne. The allan
thtus trees were bare at that time
throwving gaunt arams upwvard to the
November sky. The street lampfl
whk'h In the summer left the doorste;
in the shadow, now shone thr'ough th<
branches and threw into strong relie
Le Moyne's tall figure and set face
Carlotta saw him too late to retreat
But lie did not see her'. She wvent ori
stamrtled, her busy brain schemini
anew. Another element 1had( entere<
into lheu' plotting. It was the first tim
she had known thait K. lived in th
Page house. It gave lier a sense C
uncertinaty and deadly fear.
She made lher first frilend1ly ovei
ture of manny (lays to Sidney the fo
lowing day. They mnet in the lock(
r'oom in thme basement wvhere the stre<
('lothinig for the wvard pauitients wi
kept. IHere, roiled in bundles an
ticketed, side by sidle lay the heter<
genieous garments in which the pa
tients had met accidlent or illnes
Ramgs and tidiness, filth and cleani
ness, lay almost touching.
Far away on the other side of ti
whmitewuashed basemient, men were ui
loading gleaiming Canls of milhk. Floo(
of sunlight cae down'u the cellarwn;
touching their white coats andl turi
ling tihe cans to. silver. Everywvher
wa the religion of time hospital, whic
Sidney, harking back from recern
slights to the staircase conversatior
of her night (duty, smiled at Carlott
"A miracle is happening," she salt
"Grace Irving is going out toda;
WVhen one remembers how ill she wi
and how we thought she could not liv<
It's rathier a tri~umph, Isn't It?"
"Are those her clothes?"
Sidney examined with some disma
the elaborate negligee gar'ments in he
"She can't go out in those; I suha
have to lend her something." A hitti
of time light dliedl out of her face. "She
had a hard fight, and she has won,
she said, "Butit when I think of wvha
she's probably going back to--"
Carlotta shrugged her shoulders.
"It's aill in tihe dlay's work," she ol
served indifferenttly. "Youi can tak
them up into tihe kitchen and giv
them steady work paring potatoes, c
put them in the laundry ironing. I
the end It's the same thing, They al
Sie turned, on her way out of the
locker room, and shot a quick glance
"I liappened to ie on your street the
other night," she said. "You live
tcross the street from Wilsons', don't
"I thought so; I had heard you speak
of the ihouse. Your-your brother was
standing on the steps."
"I have no brother. That's a room
er, a Mr. Le Moyne. It isn't really
right to call him a roomer; lie's one
of the family now."
"Le, M oyne !
He laid even taken another name.
It had lilt him hard,. for sure.
K.'s natmie had struck an always re
spoisive chord in Sidney. The two
girls went toward the elevator to
"Pretty, but Stupid," Said Carlotta.
gether. With at very little encourage
mnent, Sidney talked of K. Shte wats
t pleased ait Miss Harrison's friendly
I tone, glad that things were all right
between thiem atgain. At her floor she
put at timid hand onl the girl's arm.
"I wats afrid I had offended you or
'-9dslae o, h ad Ims
."Pretty, but tepid, Said Caitth.
liel, prsntaftuened f' $22 Sekhe was
0able( t srarins rRoenl
tedglow tathedings rde ay rih
>eweea thmem litleA houe flooa shte
pugt av miadore tme girlook after
p "Annas afHe had ncreed ylou the
. (liounte ou,"ne shhe erid.Imlsy
. ginlt easts.
rledan shilered unde with asn.
Tmit ns wr not r ng ny was, wned,
woitently Trespecf, hamostceiver-i
iflnoti. But he ceacndsiere tLi
'-Trest alune omrudweshep was
a-twenie to en;u thie re. wase
rWginning tho lileose asoctaton Katnd
t Anae. H certaincamoun lo fcthen
amontohoey th ifeetlie abodialos
- leso aLel eone. The thi ng a
s. ransltan fin' thathma spes
- om faluerhas more thanson aiude
womt as h i not iny it K's, ineedt
fo entce Bwed he lerl osidhat fLe
- oUnderK's oiinard.n axddmr
erels as bn to comrehip toeh
v, fromn the twroumnding~u therwns. Tbeh
*- inding wacosade asoiaton ande
e laelyaetchniqe amut of frtone.
h They hfouhtdiffrenton abot lost
tetwsonbegain touc lhith prhe
t-m o e oe. There were tlmeg
a, oetrians utine th snext upper
w oork f'ri orMe oudhak or hor
. enctoed ih oute te hillhatffalt
7. nderi battle heiong a ing ar.o
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He l is attieat The wogn has get
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~,Te thugtstple asnfc andp it
(ea D rum ond ,ikndhm
Ii husand? Dening sh doropet
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A Pertinent Query.
"Can't yoll sp11a ine a dite, isihter?"
"Not tc .y."
"I h1an' and a bite since yesterday."
"Can't h, ip it."
"Why can't yer do a little for me?"
"I haven't any ciige."
"That's what I said."
"Den why ther dickeas don't yer go
to work ?"-Boston Evening Trans
Opposed to Woman's Rights.
Patience--You say she's an anti-suf
Pait rice-Tndeedl, she is.
"Doesn't believe in woman's rights?"
I"No, and her' prejudilce goes to such
a length that on Christmas eve she'll
never' hang up any but the left stock
Might Get His.
"Guess Fiubdub) won't apply for
country b~oa rd next summeiir."
"Hie was too pr'omninenit in the egg
b~oycott to take chances on getting into
the clutches of a farmer on the latter's
native heath." - Louisville Courier
Authors and the Like,
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"Perhaps so," 5:Iid the timlorouls per
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envy the man wiho works at home."
There has been
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