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RUSTICS PLAY TENIIS,
Howard Fielding Introduces the Game to His Neighbors at Grimeeville. Mr. Sydney Drew at First Prefers the Sport to Pitching Ray. Next Moraing HIs Opinion Has Changed The Plague of Red IItr--The Tennis Prlie. [Written for TRE INDEPENDENT.1 FTEH THE NERVOUSNESS IN spired by the sepulchral aulet of Grimesville had passed away from me, a dead stupidity took its place. At first I couldn't sleep at all; later on I couldn't stay awake. My wife said that 1 was utterly dull, and for once I agreed with her-which made life all the more un interesting for me. "What you need is exercise." said she to me. "Where are those ten mile walks you were going to take before breakfast? How about that plan 'for mowing a few acres every afternoon in order to enjoy the scent of the hay? And, speaking of mowing, why don't you cut the grass in our front yard and lay out a tennis court? You know that when Cousin Nina comes the first thing she'll think of will be tennis." "I'll fix the court right up, this forenoon,' said I. Somehow, with all the debilitating influence of rusticity I haven't yet lost the alacrity with which I can 'promise to do things. 'This was at breakfast, and when I emerged from thehouse I saw my red haired neighbor, Sydney Drew, sitting on the bot tom of a pail, in the shade of his barn, whit tling a stick. "Good morning, Mr. Drew," I said, ap proaching him. "How dd you feel to day?" "Poorly, very poorly, thank you," replied the robust young man. "I'm afraid you don't take enough exer cise," said I. "It's a great mistake for a young man to let his muscles get flabby." "I thought o' goin' n-fishirn' up to Black brook," he said, "but it's a durned long walk. Want to go?" "I shouldn't advise it for you," I replied, thoughtfully; "you need something differ ent. What do you say to helping me lay out a tennis court in my front yard? You might bring ovur your lawn mower, and while you're trimming off the grass a bit 1'll look up the measurement of the court in a book, and show Tommy how to stake 'em off." Tommy is Sydney's nephew, and he is the traditional country boy, even down to the little yellow dog, which is his constant companion. "Goin' to play'tennis?" asked Sydney. listlessly. "There's a party of summer boarders at Jerry Norton's, up the road, that play a good deal. I've seen 'em, and I thought I'd like to play sometime, perhaps, when it wasn't very hot. 'Tain't very hard work, is it?" "Oh, no; you'll like it," said I; "espec ially when my wife's consin. Miss May, comes up to see us. She's an awfully pretty girl. and of course she'll be glad to teach you the game." "Say." said Sydney, blushing, "I'll go and get that lawn mower right away." So Sydney likes a pretty face, I thought; perhaps it won't be so dull here when Nina comes." * Sydney returned directly pushing the lawn mower, and accompanied by Tommy end the yellow dog. I am timid about dogs, as a rule, but Nuisance (christened by Syd ney's mothers) is too tired and melancholy a creature to excite any feeling but pity. His expression is comically like Sydney'sin his most hypochondriacal mood. When LIKE THE ZEBRA. Nuisance site down to think, as he does whenever Tommy will let him, one would euppose from his attitude that he, like Syd ney, expected to be removed in the flower of his youth by some strange and wasting malady. But Sydney now was remarkably cheer ful. He trundled the lawn mower up and down in th,, sun, while I eat under a shady tree and hunted up measurements with which 1 was perfectlv familiar. Every time he pausod, which he did quite fre quently, for the day wes a scorcher, and the shade where I lay looked very attrac tive. I told him a story conveying the idea that Niuna bsolutely wouldn't play tennis on a lawn unless it had been properly mown. By noon our front yard looked as if it had been shaved. and Sydney had ob tained a great deal of healthful exercise. Then I directed Tommy to stake off the distances, while Sydney prepared the ma terial to be ued in a patent marker which I had b:ought from the city. "Newsy'll do to mark one corner with," said Tommy. "ulo's the best dog for that kind o'work von ever see. Just let him lie down in a pce eind he'lll stay there till somebody drives him away. lie never moves of his own accord." By one o'clock when Mland came out to see how the work p ogressed, and to ask if 1 was ready for dinner. I was able to re port that the court was satisfactorily laid out: She asked me if I didn't feel better for the exercise, and I relied without a blush that it had been very beneficial. On the morning of the day when Nina was to arrive. I found Sydner in his favor ite place in the shadow of the barn. lie ap peared to lie esmewhat ombarassed at see ing me. Nuiianncs was with him and I noticed uat once that a wonderful and un lovely change had cola over that wretched animal's appearance. His coat, which had been of a uniform dull yellow, was now striped after the manner of the zebra, but this decoration did not become him so well as it does the wild horse of the desert. "W1hat's come over Nisances?" I in quired. "Oh. he ain't well," said Sydney eva sively. "lie looks as if he was made up in imita tion of a young lmau wearing a faehionible blazer." said I. "What's the matter? lHas somiebody painted him to plague Tommy?" Just then I cauvht sight of a bottle stick ing out of Sydney's pocket. He caught me eyin. it susluiciously. "Mr. Fielding." said he earnestly, "you won't laugh at i.e if I tell you the whole t: uthi?" 1 promised. "Well," he went on, "it's all about this hair of mine. Yun don't know what a liur den It's been to ili. You can't imagine what it is to be led-headed. I was always It laughing stlock when I was a buoy; anud, if airs thing, I feel worse about it now than I did then. I can't bear to met new people. I dreaded to have you folks Imove ill be cause I knlew that the first thing you'd no tree in this town would he my med head. I caught you looking as it forty times, that first morning that we mot, and I'll bet it was the irset thing you mentioned to Mrs. Felding afterwards. I'm not supersensi tive about most things, but I'll leave it to you it this isn't more than any man is called upon to bear with resignation. "My dear air," said T, "you've got the handsomest--" He ainterrupted me with a gesture. "Don't stain your soul with falsehood for the sake of my feelings," sid he. You've told me about your wife s cousin, Miss May, who' coming to visit you to-day. You've told me what a jolly girl she is; always full of spirit and ready to have a good laugh. Now, I've pitured the way she'll be affected by my heir, and it's more than I can stand. bhe'll find enough to laugh at in a great, awkward countryman like me, anyway, without the red hair. lbo I just ran over to the village and bought a bottle of indelilbls hair dye. I've had it for two days trying to get up the nerve to put it on. I was afraid it might be poison, you know. They say that some of these things will make a man bald as a jag in forty-eight hours. I thought it might, perhaps, be safer to try It somehow first; and I put a little on Nuisance. Nothing can hurt that dog's personal appearance, nor make him sadder than he is by nature, I've been watohing PLAYED WIlI WILD ATIANDON. him since I put the stuff on him, and it seems to be a good, reliable, fast color. 13y jingo, I believe it's good enough for me." "Sydney," said 1, impressively, "this is lunacy, In the first place, the whole town will get onto it--" "I've thought of that," he replied. '"Tommy threatened to give me away when he found whet I'd done to his dog. I've had to promise him nearly everything on the place. But if he keeps still I'll pass it off as an answer to prayer or the result of a surgical operation of some new fangled dis.ase of the scalp. I don't care anyway. I've licked a good many people in my time for making fun of my hair while it was red, and I'd just as soon lick 'em again if they are not satisfied to have it black. What do you think?" I reasoned with Sydney in a manner to convince the most obdurate, but he re mained unmoved. Finally an idea occured to me. I persuaded Sydney to delay the catastrophe for a few minutes till 1 showed him something. Then I went home and wrote in a delicate feminine hand on asheet of mny wife's note praper these words: "I am impatient to see your handsome neigh bor. If there is anything I adore it is a red-headed man." I folded the sheet so that nothing else was visible and then showed it to Sydney. "An'extract from Miss May's last letter," said I. "You see it's too late." Some hours later Sydney called me up to the fence which separates our property. "Do you know, Nuisance has disappear ed," said he. "Gone off in the woods and died, I suppose. I've hunted everywhere for him, and Tommy's nearly crazy. I've had a narrow escape, but I'm sorry for the pup. Heaven knows, it wasn't my inten tion to do him any harm." Nina arrived on time. She looked very pretty in an elaborate summer costume which she, in her inexperience, supposed would make a marked impression upon the simple rustics. Let no woman deceive her self in this way. Here and there a discon tentod yeoman, cherishing a secret yearn ing for town life, may be impressed by city clothes, but the countrywomen, never. The happy faculty of disapproval is common to all women, and the half dozen who hap pened to be at the station station stared at Nina's gown as offensively and criticised it as maliciously as if they had been born and bred on Fifth avenue. However, a genuine triumph awaited her. Accustomed as Nina is to admiration, the effect which she produced upon Sydney could not have failed to please her, though it was evidently produced by herself and not by her clothes. A woman would al ways much rather win by her gown than by her face, but if she can't have an artificial conquest she will put up with that which is merely natural. W. ont talhino innni .nf .,...e ....7 L^s,.ý We got talking tennis at once, and before the evening was over we had determined to get up a tournament with the help of the two score or more summer boarders who were scattered about .Grimesville. Sydney was to take the first lessons in the game on the morrow. During my few weeks' ac quaintance with him I had never known him to look forward to exertion with pleas ure before. He had sent to the city for a tennis suit -f-or Sydney is a man of substance and can afford such luxuries-and I detected him next morning on the far side of the barn trying to get up courage enough to appear in his new rig. 'tommy was present and was tormenting Sydney with remarks of a deeply sarcastic nature. Since the af fair of the yellow pup I have noticed that Tommy has cherished a bitter malice to ward his unole. But once before the net, Sydney's embar rassment was swallowed up in his enthusi asm for the game. He played with a wild abandon, which kept the boy chasing balls into all the adjacent yards and pastures. Remembering that Sydney posed asan in r rs TAE TENNIR PRIZF. valid, I cantioned him naainst too violent exertion, but he scornfully replied that a man who had pitched as much hay as he had, need not fear a baby game like that. When I made my customary caill upon him next morning, ho had changed his opinion about tennis as an exercise. "It's more of a uamm, than I thought it was," said he, with difficulty raising his right arm to shake hands with me. "I've got porous ilasters all over tme thil inoru ina. Talk nhout pitching hey. I'd rather get in the whole crop in one afternoon, than take another dose of tennis like that I took yesterday." Within the next week we made our pre "" THE ELECTRIC CIGAR CO., " •a- .SintI Paul, - M1inii-esotaq, "+a Are the Only and Sole Distributing Agents for Montana of the Celebrated + AGNES BOOTH CIGARS. Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. SAUL I. GINSBURG, Western Salesman. parations for the tournamenti isues4 thI invitations, and sent to the city for our prizes. Sydney was to be host JolntIy with us and two of the nets were to be on his lawn. When the question of prizes was discussed he drew me aside and said if I didn't mind he'll like to contribute the high prize for the nldies himself. "Do you think Miss May's likely to win?" be asked in a tone which tried to be indifferent. "Never saw any woman who could beat her," I replied. I don't propose to descrile this tourna ment in detail. It was a very ordinary affair; and I won the booby prize without emotion. Nina was easily first armong the ladies, and I could see that Sydney's simple heart was inflated with joy. Tommy, tooa appeared to be deeply interested. He had asked me on the day betore if Nina was sure to win, and I had replied that there was no doubt about it. "Durn Syd," was Tommy's somewhat irrelevant reply, "I'11 get even with him yet." Sydney had kept the nature of his gift, the ladies high prize, a secret. It was con cealed in a great pasteboard box, and stood with the others on our veranda while the playing went on. I had been appointed to distribute these rewards, and I own that it was with a feeling of lively curiosity that I opened the big box. This feelieu gave place to an overwhelming surprise when the contents proved to be the long missing Nuisance. I looked at Sydney. lie was fairly speechless with amazement. Tommy was rolling over and over on the grass in con vulsions of laughter. It didn't take much penetration to perceive that while our at tention had been fixed upon the game this rmalicious youth had substituted his painted scarecrow of a dog for the prize which Sydney had prepared. I looked at Nuisance where he lay with that calmness which distinguished him above all other animals. There was a piece of paper tucked under his collar, and I had the presence of mind to seize and hastily conceal it. Nine meanwhile had sprung forward end gathered the unresisting Nuisance in her arms. "nOh, isn't he just too lovely!" she ex claimed. "Mr. Drew how can I ever thank you?" Sydney's face worked like thatof a corpse subjected to a galvanic current, but he couldn't speak. The ladies all came for ward to congratulate Nina; and, then, after awhile the party broke up so that I had a chance to examine the paper which Tommy lhad tucked under the dog's collar. It con tained this impertinent inquiry: "I)o you think you could love Syd if his head looked like thin?" HIowalu FIELDING. Copyright. A.atontato alannern. But time changes minds as well as man, ners, though even now when making changes from one circle to another, it often reqaires that adaptability which could be said found in one who has automatic man. aers. However, such radical changes not only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but also .n the conveniences and luxuries affordeJ mankind. 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Ihaved ausi heing illlrlnr ' reffurl.e bot slg .I. btltet cause tla litortli citt of th owslrt. i3t nlthl, and inLt si.ndat land ll.tvh g i root abIituiIIt onegrillion fiot of lltely, t t;i r tfieitdn , r i all of i; rt i I ni(ne|tln fer eh tt'oillt'lrd ipl, bol ',i l htitr o , hit P 't ad li (ie. cou. . f ilo iu l'. ll. c.. tl" . ,tul.ull :t N. . 'W..A. S'locumn. Al1. C.. 0 I.I lh'rl tit.. N. T, HEALITH IS WEALTH, Dr E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment. a tuaranted sepecific for Hysterla DIiozsiuee. C' ,nvnleions. PFits. Nervous Neoralgia, He.hlheb, Ner50ous Proetraliou casat. by tile useuf alcohol or toiti'o. Wakufulneus, Mentis Do holt.'ulnug ,f tui Lrain- rvoltlisg in insunity endl !ealing tv. mis-+ry, decay and death. i'rematntu Uld Age. itarrenness, Losstof Power in either sex.L Involuntary Losssi antd Ipermatorrhoa cauled i.. o ir dtcvrtiou on tie brain1 elt-atiuse or ovea. ihdulcenco. Each box contanrs a month's treat. mnint Pl.0 ai box. or six boxes for $1.00O sent hby mail prepaid on reoeipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES eo sureony one. With each order reseivet b us tfr nix h)oor. aveunslpai(sl with $5.0(i, We will senil Ithe citru'ha-er our writtle guarantee to 1o0 fund the money if the treatment does not sffeoe srois. (tusr:ant~.,ls ieliU+,l only bi It. Mo. Psy. ehen & (Co.. druggists, vole algents, tielsue, Mont, $500 REWARD t we will pay the abovh reward for any ra Jl Liver (o,mplaint, DywselloipiA. Sick lonadorhe. Io . .HIti*elin, ( consti ation or 'oativentl.l we annlaO o ire with \oolt's Vs 'tablo liver iPilI. when thn diro'tiine ,tiro striwtly omitlied with. 'They aae tuvely \-Uetalhh' and never fail to give sMaisfac. iloll Sugar t'houat. Ltargo hbus. oantlininL th Pills. 3:s onEtt. H:ire oef co.nterfeits an i uliittto ss. Tills ~R entOi5 m.i.ufntl tirni ounl h 'lTI:uic (t \V i 'i,,,·)VIaI. ChinTIioI O + II. li u'nrilloni r t:o.. drnggistli eielen. . A .tltiNE'ITH iALE-NO'lt'lC 1IIHERII*EY Jt glV+, tiiat on +.lt~llUiy. thle 20thl day of July. 15N1, at twio oiclols . Ili. at thie front lor of theA court isureo, ir thl city of ltulna. stlmtu of Mon. tatl.. i. tile ULIloris..ltiLgn will v-il at ptiblic auction to th" ug, liut billlhd lor ci'ulth all tit right, title atii illlnhrsl of Ithi dll ltntlsy as truo le tand I'aimli It lii'ey tld Johlii J. v'liri, doitin butsl lon5 iuinter tsll firit ll ' unl itlo ctvl of I nlltiel ltl, I'y : ('.ttollnitill, in ad to tilo iolhowing derl Allt 5f liat r 'hnttils ofl or piic. If ground Lining lthe i'norli illln of liis into. I allt d ilwib ok N". till,,i) ~iS Ill'. Niiribn I'rtafit addition to thti city ol" ll~loltu llt...lnianlt. Iotilrbi- itus fovllows, !'-wit: ('ottlllollr l the cIa cornt'r of Motiiaina alluiii iialu rig~ht it' wayi of ltil Noltiivilv Pl'icilio i~llr:i lit. rI~lllllill lhllll o'i vet, (1L*. ol7I) Hitlkl rl.4l! el ln'tIsii Jll t Niis. ' 5llll It ill lili ·'k No. I. 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