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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY rO MAY 23 1910 y 11
I Copyright CopyrightFrank B By Author of of2HE ofrank
LTHE THE GREEN 4 LAMP Frank rank Company A IL MunseyCompany Munsey unlBy LOUIS Joseph Vance 2HE THE BLACK BRASS ss BOWL BOOK
Synopsis of Chapters Already
A newBpajwr newlI per reporter named Hammond Hammondmeets HammondnH8t1l
meets a nan nearly nearl blind HDd named Fara Faraday Faraday Paraday ¬
day who 00 fct equally hard tip p After Afterpawning Afterp
p pawning wnln a watch to pay tor tbelr din dinners dtnDen ¬
Den n Faraday Faraday da present two letteri which whichbo wbiChhe whichhe
he asks Hammond to read toe or aim aimOne 1l1DLOne
One of C tb the letter IB 1 from Bother Spota Spotawood Spotawood Spothwood
wood daughter vlater et C Faradays guardian guardianwbose guardJanwboH
whom hand aaa been refused him Th Thotlw The Theother
other one ta J fro from the old phyefeiaR a ak aklng k kIng
Ing Faraday to return to hte old home In InH IntHI n
uIpeppr Mlss
H Mates that tHI he wants to dear up upFaradays upFanul
Faradays Fanul ys g parentage He tails him that thathlu tMthili thathis
his father tat er nw found at his Aek with hla hlathroat hi hithroat
throat cHt from roet ear to ear A lamp with witha witllgtHn
a green shade was burning by his side stdaThe lIideTM
The lamp has ooaUamed to bum ever eversince everIItnce
since sinceWith
IItnceIUt With IUt Faradays negro servant Z ZfJb ZfJbH b bHammond
Hammond H UDODd and a d Faraday start for the theSouth the1a theSouth
South on hoard M of C Faradays dayll sloop l p the theBe theFa1lday
Beau = Be < Mt Gallant GallantFaraday 1a I IFaraday
Faraday finds that h 1M ha has wy lost the pawn pawnticket pawnUck
ticket Uck < < for the watch Faraday declares declaresthat deelrestbt 4gia
that he believes that an inscription tn eriptlon in inthe Intbe
the watch had something tithing to do with the themystery themystery thenWpiery
mystery at the green lamp lampWhen lamphen
When hen Culpepper is reached and they theyapproach 1M 1Mapproaeh
approach the house they the encounter a man manevidently manevidently manvj4entiy
evidently tR a great haste and badly fright frightened frightened ¬
ened They The are startled bjt the steady steadyeleaai IIteadyslfJiUft
gleam et t an emerald light from rom tho thohaunted thobaunte4
haunted mansion mansionStanding man 1on 1on5tDcUog
Standing outside out lde toe house gazing at atthe atthe
the mysterious green light they the are giv given given glven ¬
en a great shock by seeing a form at a adesk alINk
desk in the house Suddenly It disap disappears dJl6ppHon disappeers ¬
pears and all U is darkness Beth men menreturn menretlHU
return 18 t the sloop where they discuss dlseusswhat disouaawhat
what they have sees a sight that great greatly t t1y ¬
ly upset Faraday FaradayCHAPTER Farac1BTCHAPTER
CHAPTER XIII XIIIA XIIIA
A Surprise in the Shape of a aCaller aCaller
Caller CallerB CallerWE
I 7 B were considerably sobered soberedi soberedfrom
WE i from our high spirits by byV bythl b
W V V this thl depressing bit of news newsl newsas
l as you might guess guessFaraday guessFaraday
Faraday was quite broken up over overit overIt
it I GOuld see that despite the dif differences dl dlferencetl ¬
ferences which had come between Dr DrSpotswood DrSpotswood
Spotswood and himself the young ounb man manstlL manstiL
stlL beld him In a gneat affection and andthat andthat andthat
that nis death was more than a slight slightshock slightshock
shock to bn bnIn hlnIn
In our trip down the thaooast ooast and its itssequel ItsseQ1el itsseqiei
sequel both of us perhaps absorbed absorbedIn
In the hints which the old doctor had hadthrown hadthrown
thrown out anent Faradays fortune fortunehad fortunehad
had given Iven all too little thought to his hisconfession hhJclJnfession
confession that he was failing a1l1ngl1ab a1l1ngl1abto llaBrw llaBrwto
to pass away awayFaraday awayFaraday awayFaraday
Faraday had b been en naturally Impa Impatient ltnpatient inWatient ¬
tient of the delay but this l beneve beneveUor bertevelorh
Uor lorh for h Iv has never denied it was more morebecause morebecauSt
because of the enforced absence from fromhis fromhis
his sweetheart than from any anxiety anxietyas
as to her fathers heaJth healthAnd heaJthAnd heajthAnd
And now he had arrived too late to toreceive toreceive
receive that information which the old olddoctor olddoctor
doctor had been so wishful w1 bful to impart impartto
to his ward wardFaraday wardFaraday
Faraday mentioned that he would wouldnever wouldnever wouldnever
never forgive himself for staying away awayBO a awa waY
BO long but I think he was uninftu uninfluenced uninftuented ¬
ended by the more sordid consideration considerationwhich considerationwhich
which I have just set down and think thinking tHinkIng ¬
ing rather of his loss Jo lossa sa a very real one oneto oneto
to him who ho had mere or less le s been de dependent dependent ¬
pendent upon his guardian gu rdlan ever since sincechildhood mncechildhood sincechildhood
childhood childhoodHe
He dressed himself hlm 81r with a feverish feverishhaste feverishhaste
haste the sooner to arrive at his Es Estners Estuers
tiers side and comfort pjfort her in 1 her be bereavement bereavement ¬
reavement For mi m part I had made madeup mtuleup madeup
up my mind what my position sltlonwas ° was to tobe tobe tob
be b for the next few days a and d dallied dalliedover dam I Iover
over my dressing dressingCome drefi lng lngCome
Come old ld man he demanded im impatiently Impat1enU ¬
patiently hurry will you ou I dont dontwant dontwant
want to toYou toYou toYou
You dont think Im going to in intrude Intrude ¬
trude myself my elf In that house of mourning mourningJuet mourningjust
just now do you youWell yOuVeil
Well saw he I hadnt thought thoughtof
of that Of course however you are aremy aremy
my guest guestGuest Ue8t Ue8tGuest
Guest be hanged sir Ive no more moreright morerIght
right to force my presence pre enco on that thatyoung thatroung
young girl in her sorrow than I have haveto havetoto havetoto
to toto to make love to her You go on ongo ongo ongo
go to her Faraday Myself rSelr Ill continue continueto
to bunk here In the Beau Gallant if ifyou IfOU
you OU dont mind until such time as we wewe wevc
we can continue contin our ourreeearebes ourreeearebesThat researches researchesThat rooearchesThat
That time will be pretty far ahead aheadIm aheadIm
Im afraid he said But well see seeMeanwhile seeMeanwhile
t Meanwhile of course youre welcome welcometo weleo me meto
to the sloops cabin and everything else elsethats ls lsthats
thats in her Make yourself easy For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the first few days Ill have Zeb bring bringown bringdown
down own your meals to you on if you yo dont dontobject dontobject dontobject
object and thea well transfer you to tothe tothe tothe
the house houseOh houseOh C COh
Oh come sir Ill take no refusal refusalYou refusalYou refusalYou
You are my m guest sir whatever you yousay yousay ou ousay
say and I would be no Southerner If I Iwere IWere Iwere
were untrue te our Ideal hospitality ho pitauty You Touwill Youwill Youwill
will grieve eve me beyond words wordsVery worthVery Ords OrdsVer
Very Ver well then said I And thank thankyou thankyou thankyou
you Any service that I can be of ofcourse orcourse ofcourae
course courseI
I unuderstand that he said Impa Impatiently impal1ently Impatiently ¬
tiently and will call upon you In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime make yourself ourself comfortable comfortableand comfortableandand I
and anda1d and heres my hand sir Thank Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou
you for your our cosld cos1deraUon coslderatlonHe oration orationHecalled
Hecalled He called down to the pier once or ortwice Ortwice ortwice I
twice in the course of the afternoon to tosee tosee tosee
see how I was worrying along and andfound andfound andfound
found me quito content In a way waythough waythough I
though not exactly at my ease know knowing knowIng knowlag ¬
ing what a burden I must be upon his hismind hismind
mind mindIndeed mindIndeed mindIndeed I
Indeed had I possessed po sed the means I Iwould IWould Iwould
would have instanter started back for forthe torthe forthe
the North bat I didnt have a cent to tobless tobless tobless
bless myself with and was to proud proudme proudmeto proudrneto
me meto to ask Faraday F8rada for railway rsllwa fare fareAnd fareAndif fareAndIf
And Andif if I must confess to it Itm itmy my de desire desire dosire ¬
sire to get at the bottom of the haunt haunted haunted haunted ¬
ed house mystery had become a domi dominant dominant dominant ¬
nant insatiable curiosity curiositySo
So after three or four days during
the which I smoked and loafed and andIndulged andIndulged andldnlged
Indulged in endless speculationto to no noend noendand I Iendand
end endand and made mys mysel K passably pas abh pre1 pre1sentable preI preI8ent8bJe pre presentable
sentable In order to attend the funeral funeralFaraday funeralFaraday i
Faraday Farads finally finall brought me my Invita Invitation Invitation ¬
tion to tty house and little as I cared caredto I
to accept lite i desire to have hil e me was so soplain soplain
plain and our mutual liking by this thistime thistime thistime I
time so undeniable that I went up upwith upwith upwith
with him to the Spotswood home and andwas andwas andwas
was presented to Miss Esther EstherI
I had seen n her previously of course courseon courseon
on the afternoon of the burial but then thenshe thenshe
she he had bad1feen Keen veiled and was sobbing I
But now I saw her In the full light of ofblame ofa
a summers day andand I did not I
blame Faraday
Rather did I envy en him as I had be beI
fore in the restaurant when I had read
him her letter which revealed a worn womans wornan ¬
ans an a soul MSt so 1M completely womanly and a awomans
woman heart so entlrelyhis own
I
She > was tUI and te very very beautiful I
Indeed Ind 1 do not think that I have ever I
seen a woman wc > man so beautiful and alto altogether altogether altogether ¬ I
I gether cesirable Inasmuch Inam1u h as I remain
a bachelor bac elor I am saFi Ml fo in saving this nor noran i iam
am I totally unsupported in II my m critical criticalp i iopinion
p opinion opinionFaraday cplnionI j
Faraday Farads I for one believes as do I I
She was dark according to my m expec ¬
tations tationsfl a Southern woman to the tl1 li tipi tlp I
I of o her taper firpers possessing the theBESTBLACKEHAMaMAD th tha8ESTBLAEKENMELMADE
II IIBESTBIAIEHAMElMADE
BESTBLACKEHAMaMAD BESTBLACKEHAMaMADfaEtfTS i J JPRi
PRi faEtfTS faEtfTSRUST NTS j
FtJR 1ff4T1R1JST 1ff4T1R1JSTj RUST RUSTWONT I IWINDOW
WINDOW WONT WONTSCREENS h
I SCREENS ffWASHOFF = S WASHOFF WASH OFF OFFFlNErcaGASRAHGESPIPES i iFINEFtSGASRANGESPIPESL Im ImFlNE I
FlNE FlNErcaGASRAHGESPIPES GASRAN6ES8cPIPESlffiJ GASRAN6ES8cPIPESlffiJNOTHING iiI iiII Al AlNOTHING
I NOTHING OTHI G LIKE IT NOTHING OTHI G SO GOOD GOODIf GOODIf
If not at your dealers s Rudolph West WenI WestBarber WestBarber
I Barber Rosa Dulin Martin L Harris Hartigorell
lieufall orell Hdw or Kana Sons SonsSHOES SoJUtill SonsgoRQsxs
till I i goRQsxs goRQsxsMOt RQSiil
t + SHOES SHOESSLIPPERS MOt MOtSLIPPERS i
fand SLIPPERS SLIPPERSJ
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t Sorosis Soros1sShoe Shoe COt Co Cot
t 1213 1213PStNW 1213PStNWE P PSt St N W V t
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Southern S womans corapelllnsr charm charmthe charmhe charlflile
the t he most gracious fascination of bear bearing beazreaBOn bearnc ¬
ing ingGood I nc
Good reason had I then as I now nowhave noWhae nowave
have h ave to hold Tom Faraday a lucky luckyroan lUckyman luck7an
roan m an lucky beyond the merits Qf men menIn menIn menJa
In spite of the sorrow that was upon uponher uponler uponer
her h er she he greeted me with a i cordiality rdloJlt of ofwhich otwhich ofhich
which w hich I WH conscious o of f being beln un unworthy unworthy unorthy ¬
worthy w orthy making me welcome at once a aa aa afriend
a friend of f her betrothed and bidding biddingme bIddlpue
me T make mvselfat ease in her hom homTiers homhers hornOers
Tiers h ers now that It was no longer her herfathers herfathers herathers
fathers fathersI f i
I thanked her with what grace I IccuW Icuki
ccuW c although I was conscious con clous of a aack aack aaek
ack of ease Sin ln her presence I am amafraid amlrralrl amfrid
afraid t I have no nuinner I am not notdiscontent nota notladles
a Indies man am un unskilledto klUedto my great greatdl greatiscontentin
dl d discontent iscontentin ntentin In the arts by which men mennnd menfind mennd
find fi nd favor in the eyes ci c > womankind womankindThat womankindThat wornankindThat
That I am big and hulking and awk awkward awkward awkard ¬
ward w ard may be the cause of this thi or a alack alack aack
lack l of experience in the matter of love lovemaking loemaking loveaking
making m aking But this I have always laid laidat laidat laidt
at a t the door of my reverence for woman womana
a reverence so true ind nd deep that I Ihave Ihave Iave
have h ave never been able to discriminate discriminatereadily di6criminatoreadU30 discriminateeadily
readily r between the good and the bad
And knowing myself for a man and anaby andb andy
by b y that reason not the equal of good goodwomen goodwomen goodomen
women w omen I am awkward awkwarddistraitIn < distrait 1istraltln in their theirpresence theirpresence theirresence
presence p without tho presumption presumptiongoes presumptionwhich
which w hich I have frequently heard argued arguedgoes
goes g oes so far toward conquests conquestsBut conquestsBut conquestsBut
But I reckon that thats enough about aboutLucas aboutLucas aboutucas
Lucas L ucas Hammond I dont flatter myself myselfthat myselfthat
that t I am ft 1 very interesting person personAnd pentOnAnd personnd
And A nd this is the story stor of Thomas Fara Pam Pamay ¬
day da d ay and Esther Spotswood SpotswoodWhat Spotswoodhat SpotswoodWhat
What hat I started out to say was as that thatwith thatWith
with w ith all my m constraint In this lads ladyspresence ladspresence ladyeresence
presence p resence she ignored It and ere long longy
bf by b y her sweet courtesy had made me meorget
forgot f orget that I considered myself an un uncultured uncultured nflultured ¬
cultured c lout of a fellow And so I was wasentirely wasentirely wasntirely
entirely e at home homePretty homePretty homePretty
Pretty soon too I realized how she shead
had b ad won me from aiy 4l1 state of boorish boorishness boorlshne8IJ boorishese
ness Th ese and from that time on I have haveoved
loved l the girL girLI
I loved her and she did not know knowen
then th ths en And to this day It is the same sameshe samesbe
she s he will never know I realized that she shewas shewas sheas
was w as not for what Zeb called the likes likesof ltke ltkeof < <
of o f me and accepted the situation nor norave I
have h ave I ever overmuch begrudged Tom Tornaraday
Faraday F Fd his luck For was Wa he not more moreeserving I
deserving d than I ISince ISince
Since the death of the doctor Fara Pamay ¬ II
day da d ay and I by a mutual consent had hadreserved i ipreserved
preserved p silence on the subject of the thegreen thereeti I I Igreen
green g reeti lamp I readily understood that thateaning
leaning l upon him for strength as she shemust sheust I ImUHt
must m ust now Esther would be deeply deepl dis distressed distressed diereosed ¬
tressed t at hearing of our adventure and andow
how h ow much more so by b the announce announcement announcement announcenent ¬
ment r rw of our intention to push on until untilwe untilwe untile
we w e had solved the mystery
Danger indeed there might be none noneat noneat
at a t all But her loving womans heart heartwould heartwould heartould
would w ould be sure to conceive eon eive a thousand thousandperils thouKndperils thousanderils
perils p erils which would attend upon Toms Tomsevery TomsevOl Tomsvery
every evOl e step should he persist per8l t tFor
For the present at least it would be beas 00I
as a s well to let the matter drop to be beaken
taken t up later when she was more re resigned resigned ¬
signed s to her bereavement more com composed eompoeed cornosed ¬
posed p osed in mind mindBut mindBut mindBut
But strive as I would oIJld and I think thinkaraday
Faraday Farada F wag in no better ca case e I could couldnot couldot
not n ot dismiss the perplexing thoughts of
It from my mind And presently pre entl on onthe onthe one
the th e fourth day after the funeral that thatoccurred thAtoccurred thatccurred
occurred o which brought it up the more moreprominently moterominently Mt8 Mt8promtnentJV
prominently p rominently in our consideration considerationThe co considerationThe IIlderationThe
The prevtoij preV prevk < > morning there had beenj been beena beenreading
a reading of e Dr Spot8 Spotswoods ood will It Iteing
being b an ordinary document of very el re recent recent meent ¬
cent c ent date devising nearly nearl all of his htepersonal hhJpersonal hisersonal
personal p property to his daughter and andthe andthe andthe
the remainder to his executor Thomas Thomasripple ThomasFarada ThomasFaraday
Farada Faraday It had caused scarcely a aripple
ripple r in the even tenor of Culpepper Culpepperlife
life l And anything more peaceful pea tul or ¬
dinarily d than the latter would be in ineed ¬
deed d eed hard to find findThe 1IndThe findThe
The weather for some time had been beenowering
lowering 10 l 1Ierlng foreboding a storm and now nowthe nowthe nowhe
the t he atmosphere was sultry In the ex extreme extreme cxremc ¬
treme tremeAfter tremeA t remcAfter
After A ter dinner on this thi particular dxy dxywe d dwe
we w e following our custom took chairs chairsout chairsout chairsut
out o ut upon the lawn looking down oer oerthe oerthe oerhe
the t he Shell road to the gulf and there theresat thfrasat thereat
sat s at smoking Esther I cannot help helpfalling helpRlllnS helpaliing
falling her such for Esther E ther she Is Isalways 18always islways
always a in my m thoughts was detained detainedn
in i n the house by some details of domes domestic dometic domesic ¬ l
tic t ic management managementFor
For some time Tom and I enjoyed our ourcigars ou oucigars I
cigars c without breaking the slleiico slleiicoThen sUercoThfn silerceThen
Then Faraday Fara Ay spoke spokeDo spokeDo spokeDo
Do you u know kn < lw Hammond he said saidJooklng J I
Jooklng i ookin over his shoulder to see that that1IIiiI
1IIiiI
his sweetheart was not approaching to tooverhear tooTerhear tooverhear
overhear that Spot SpottWood < wood left not a alire aIl1e alIze
lire to me or in rel relrence rence to me m be beyond beyond beynnd ¬
yond the few words In l his 11 will willIs willIs willIs
Is that so soY I said startled by the thei thetone thetone
i tone he used usedYes usedYes usedYes
Yes I dont figure rt it our exactly He Heopoke Heopoke Heopoke
opoke in his lottor 10ttorunftnSshed unfinished you re remtunber remtqt1ber merntqnberof
mtunber rntqnberof of < lf that important something somethingwhich somethingwhIch somethiuswnlch
which bore upon BIT m fortune which blch I IAnd Imust Imust
must hurry back to h hAnd = = r rAnd
And yot although as his executor I Ihave IItaye Ihave
have thoroughly examined d every scrap scrapof scrapof scrapof
of personal paper he left behind him himnot himnot himnot
not a word have I found which concerns concernsme cO4iCe cO4iCeme
me So far as documentary d mentary evidence is isconcerned J Jconcerned Isconcerned
concerned he might never have known knownT
T Faraday Farad FaradTh FaradayThat
That Th t is true truebeond beyond the wm and andyour andour andYour
your our letter I agreed agreedNow agreedXow agreedNow
Now wouldnt you think He Hebroke He1rol Hebroke
broke 1rol off short with an exclamation of ofpleasure ofpleasure I IpJeatmre
pleasure and never finished the sen sentence seatence ¬ I Itence
tence tenceBy tenceBy tenceBy
By Jove thats gratotul be cried crlodfrom criedA criedA
A gust of coo cool breeze had blown In Infrom Infrom
from the gulf fanning our heated brows browsand browand browsand
and rippling the waters In silver beauty beautyIt beaut beautIt
It fa good ood sad id I But doesnt d e nt it itmean ftmean itmean
mean a storm
I think so Hello I Whos 1 1wonder that LI LIwonder
wonder wonderHe wonderHe wonderHe
He rose from his chair straining his hisoyes hisoYes
oyes to pierce the gloom that was gath gathering gathcrlng gatiier1n ¬
ering er1n on the lawn more especially be beneath beneath
neath the trees tret > 8 that bordered the path pathto p th thto
to the front gate gateA gateA gateA
A carriage had crunched crunch < < l loudly along
the Shall road and than came to a stop
before the grounds From it we saw a asmall asmall asmall
small figure alight and enter the gate gateGood gateGood
Good evening I hoard h rd a familiar familiarroloe familiarwloe familiarrube
j rube Is this Mr 11 Faraday fIara LY I am amcalling amoa1Jlng amcalling
calling to express expr my sympathy with withMiss wJthMls withMiss
Miss Spotswood My name is Deal Dealsir
I sir
CHAPTER XIV XIVThe XIVThe XIVThe
The GemStudded Watch Watchstretched WatchARADAY VatchFARADAY
FARADAY ARADAY palf paused d with his hand out outstretched outI
I stretched in the act t of welcoming welcomingthe
the stranger strangerI
I suppose the similarity of the names namesstruck namesstru namesstru
struck stru k him at the same moment aa 5 I Irecognized Irecoplzed Ircuonlzed
recognized the voice of our eavesdropper eavesdropperin
in the New York restaurant He was wasevidently wasevidently WGSevidently
evidently as surprised as I was U astound astounded AMOUOed < < ¬
ed and I have rarely been so amazed amazedYou amazedYou amasedYou
You see knowing this fellow Deal to tobe tobe tobe
be the dirty dirt cur U tillLt at he wa W1Uby by repu reputation reputation rapetation ¬
tation among dcent men at least JestI JestIhad leastIhad I Ihad
had naturally concluded that he had hadsimply hadsimply hadsimply
simply picked tip that pawn ticket for forMrs forrs forMrs
Mrs rs Faradays Farada s watch and either sold soldthe soldthe soldthe
the ticket or redeemed the timepiece timepiecefor
for his hl own use useI useI USOI
I knew him to be capable ca 4h1e of the theft theftfor thefttor theftfor
for It would have been nothing more moreThat moreThat moreThat
That he should turn up in Culpepper Culpepperand
and dare to address Faraday after what whathad wbthad whathad
had passed 1 was Wk simply the limit limitBut limit13ut UntiLut
But ut allowing that he probs probeobl y thought thoughthkneeU thouphthkNel thoughthfinseIC
hkneeU C undetected in his hl rascality and andnot andnot andnot
not dreaming that I was wa with Tom I Iconcluded Iconclnded Iconcluded
concluded that Deal was up to some somesrifKhlff somemischIsf me membl
srifKhlff mbl < hhr and not afraid of befog found foundout foundout foundout
out cither citherBut eltherBtlt eitherBut
But I Kuee ue uessJ sI I underestimated the themans thenn themans
mans nn courage aDd resource resourceI
I made up mv It miid that he e sh B sbuidnt sbuidntget oldnt oldntget
get J t out of our hand until he had made madea
a clean breast of th > watch affair As
it happened I had the tables neatly
turned on me and t > my infinite chagrin
for the time being
Deal repeated 1araday
Yes sir said the reporter paying
no attention to me whoso hOllO figure was wa
by b now tolerably Indistinct ndl tloct in e eowe s lJ1ad lJ1adow iad iadow
ow owe Deals Deal ny name Xr Faraday I Icome Icome Icome
come from over Ocilla way It you re remember remember remember ¬
member the family f < imy over there thereOh thereOh thereOh
Oh Fara Faraay < uvy y repeated Then youre youreone youreOne youreoze
one of the Deals from Ocilla OcillaAnd QclIIa1And OcllIs7And
And more lately lcuel from rota New York Yorkr I Iput Iput Iput
put In my m oar to force Deals hand
Why yes said the man In a tone toe toeof
of pleased aurptle aurptleHe upr e eHe eHe
He peered a at my face until behad had I
time to make out my features featureswhich featureswhichwas eature which whichwas whtchWilli
was unnecessary unnece ary since he had ba known knownme knownme
me from the first firstWhy tlNltWh firstWhy
Why Wh Mr r Hammond This is I a apleasant aple8nt apleasant
pleasant if unexpected meeting m g IM IMsure Imsure
sure When did you leave the city
About the sme tlm time you ou did I Ireckon IrNJcon Ireckon
reckon I responded ignoring his prof ¬
fered hard hardMlddl haldlUddl hardMiddi
Mlddl of last month eh h mats matswhfnI rbatswhn thatswhn
whfnI whn I left utacaUnn vacation you knoir kno 7 Mr
Faraday Mr Ir Hamm Hammnd nd can 1in tel YOU YOUIdf youair
air that wr rlPwPPfl men get lIt lItIe lItIeo Ie
= o = =
I enough time off and when we 6 do we
fpoLraUy spot fg generally raIlY make tracks for the he horns hornsTlfets homeoTJ
spotThats oTJ Tlfets ats my m style Tm a home lover
to the backbone Minute I cot my va ¬
cation down d wn here to Ocllla I came and andFffady
put in my days loafing around t tha e eN
plantation
Fffady Faraday wa was unmpress nlmpresso ii7 7 Deals
artificial cordiality
Umhuh he grinted Nothing like
it I am sure
No Indeed sir And you OU Mr Ir Ham ¬
mond Are you ou one of us Southern S utheln ¬
era toot too tootNo Y YNo
No ° tootwaid > said Id I pointedly Are your you
Yea indeed him lr Mississippi born
and bred brdJHMJl bredMisalmippian Misls lppian to th Back ¬
bone Thats the Deal stock sir But
Mr Faraday Farada I was calling to Inquire lnq ire
after Miss Spotswood Spots wood He H Hes is Jie he
l boarln oarins up sir Terrible biow sir
Yes remarked Faraday squinting
vn It toward the sea Looks as if it
might might be half a gale
Sir Oh yes yes I see Does Seem
like a storm But I meant her fathers
death deathterrible terrible blow to Miss Spots SpotsWood Spotswood
wood sir sirDo sirDo airDo
Do you OU know her Faraday
drawled drawledSlightly drawledSlightly drawledSlightly
Slightly sir merely slightly Had Hdsome Hadsome
some business with w1t the aid 01 < 1 doctor doctorand < loctorand
and drove over to tt see him about it
JusCa just a few days before his death Fine Fineold Fineold
old man Dr Spotswood air
Met Miss Mi Spotswood at the same
time sir Charming woman air aircharming sircharming aircharmtng
charming Representative daughter of
ihe South sir Feel for her keenly In
her misfortune misfortuneShe
She will be very ver et1 grateful to you
Mr Deal when she hears it answered answeredFaradxy answeredFA answeredFamadiy
Faradxy FA i looking lookl over ihe lie little mans tanashead tJUUlShead manshead
head At present of course she Is Isnot 18not Isnot
not receiving rGCGh1ngo
No o oh no certainly not sir sirHe s1rHe tr trHe
He paused U ed and as neither of us vol volunteered volunteered 01 01unteered ¬
unteered any a1 further remark to fin In Inthe Inthe Iiithe
the conversation oo erstion and as Faraday labo laboriously labnrlouely laberiotisly ¬
riously refrained from offering him a achair achair a achair
chair he tagan to feel ill at ease eueand eueandI and andI
I i may fey v that when yoji make the theaverage theaverage I Iavcrge
average representative ripre entative of the th average averageyellow averageyellow I Ienow
yellow enow newspaper J1w p r feel uneasy you have havemanaged havemanaged i imanaged
managed to Infuse an unusual amountof aipount aipountof amount I Ior
of ice into the atmosphere atmosphereNo atmoahereNo ere 1
No 0 certainly certalnl not he reiterated reiteratedvaguely reltera relteravaguely I IKuely
vaguely vaguelyCertainly vaguelyCertainly Kuely
Certainly not agreed Faraday a aml amla amIably I IaWy I
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And I falling into the humor of the thosituation tb thesituatios 0 0situation
situation gave him himCertainly hlmCertainly himCertainly I
Certainly not notMost notf08t notMost
Most men like to be agreed with b but butin t tIn
In Mr Deals case cu he seemed a a trifle triflenonpltxwed U1 triflenonpiusoed e enonplUAMd I
nonpltxwed by this absolute ab lule unanimity unanimityo
o or opinion oplnloEr opinionErno n nEr
Er Erno no certa he began wit man nianaged rnenaged manared
aged to check k that wornout oxprea upron upronButerr OXPTOSSIOSLbuterMm on onBut
Buterr But er Mr FaradaY Far ay sir that wwrat wwratthe WSAtltthe wasntthe
the sole purpose pu I had ia coming c mtng over overto OYrto usesto
to call this evening eveningNo evenIDJXoU eveningNo
No XoU said Faraday suggestively suggestivelyDeal jggestivSI7Deal
Deal paused pau ed and looked at me meNo meNo meNo
No he continued I have some something som somthln something ¬
thing thln to say to you sir tr of a a rather ratherpersonal mathespersonal
personal nature natureI
I cant imagine what it can be sir sirbut Mrbut airbut
but fire away awayBut awayButer I IButer
But Buter ButerOb ButerOh er erOh
Oh dont nilnd Mr Hammond Hes Hesa He Hea Heia
a friend of the family Speak right up upand upAnd u uand
and tell us all about it itBut ItBut itBut
But really lMlh Mr r Faraday thte thk to quite ooliteconfidential quiteftdenUaIh quiteconfidential
confidential confidentialOh ftdenUaIh ftdenUaIhOh
Oh well If you Insist tn tt AMeetedFaraday asoestedFaraday wseated wseatedFaraday I
Faraday goodhumoredly I Come into intothe iBtothe int intthe
the library l1brar then YoultNLr Youn pardon oR me roeHammond meHammond meHammond
Hammond wont you Ill be back to toa ina Isa
a moment momentCertainly momentCertainly nt ntCertalnl
Certainly Certalnl said I disgruntled aj and andperplexed andperplexed d dperplexed
perplexed and Keep your hand on onyour OftY orveer
your Y Ur jwcketbook JOek pocketbook tbOok I muttered aa 8 they theymoved theymoved theymoved
moved moved away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The Contlnnntlon of This Story WIll WIllBe Will WillBe V11IBe
Be Found In Tomorrows TomerrowIne TomorrowsIssue M MI
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SENATOR DICKS DICKSFRIENDS DICKSFRIENDS
FRIENDS JUBILANT JUBILANTCOLUMBUS JUBILANTCOLUMBLS JUBILANTCOLtMBrS
COLUMBUS Ohio May tay 23 ZSepato Sejiator 8eptork1IJ
Dicks k1IJ friends today are jubilant over overtl o ovethe r rthe
tl the e result e ult of tabulations which show showthat Iho1that ho
that he received the Indorsement of f 1
twentyone Republican county court Conven Conventions tonfnlions onventions ¬
tions out of o thirtynine held Figures Figuresmake Ffgurtsmake Figureewake
make it appear that former Governor r VfrrI VfrrIHerr1ck
Herrick lai failed < d to secure the indnrseTrtrm mdnr1frprntor ndrseen1of I Iof
of his home county o nt and his orponents orponentsrleflare opprme1tg1Er1are opne
rleflare that he h e wll be b unable to torih rrak rakT11h
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YOUTH IS ATTACKED ATTACKEDBY
BY HUNGRY EAGLES EAGLESBirds
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rific Struggle But Boy BoyHas BoyHas
Has Many Scars ScarsKANSAS ScarsKASAS
KANSAS CITY Mo May 2J 2ITlM 2ITlMyearold 23Ten 23Tenyearold Ten Tenyearold
yearold Ira Cottmghaai COttm has the distinc distinction disUse disUselion d1SUftCUon ¬
lion of having had tn fight with eagles eaglesfor eag eagfor eagleslot
for his life and though he defeated the thebird thebirds heblrda
bird he will carry the marks of their theirtalons theirtalona theirtalons
talons to his grave graveThe graveThe graveThe
The eagles Iee are believed to have been beendriven beeRdriven beastdriven
driven to attack the boy by hungeR hungeRYoun hungenYoung b inR 9rt 9rtYoung
Young Youn Cottingbam was as on his bl way W Whome
home from school when attacked by the thebirds thebirds thebirds
birds and Dd though be shouted lustily
luring the twenty tent minutes that he was wascompelled wascompelled wascompelled
compelled to fight for his life no one onewa oneWM onewaa
wa near enough > to hear him himThe himThe himThe
The boy reached home suffering from froma
a dozen or more wounds Had it not notbe noten notbeen
be been en n that he wag finally able to find nd a aclub aclub aclub
club with which hldl to light the boy would woulddoubtless woukoubt1olW1 woulddoubtiees
doubtless have been killed killedWEDDING kntedVEDDING killedWEDDING
WEDDING BELLS PEAL PEALSOON PEALSOON PEALSOON
SOON TO BE HEARD HEARDRecovered HEARDRecovered HEARDRecovered
Recovered Mail From the Sunken SunkenYucatan SunkenYucatan SunkenYucatan
Yucatan Clears Up Sweethearts SweetheartsMisunderstanding SweetheartsAHsunderstanding SweetheartsMi
Misunderstanding MisunderstandingAWtLON Mi understandingXVLON
AWtLON AV Catalina Island CaL Calr May MaySt Maythe ay ayaB
St aB By the th recovery of the Alaskan mail mallbags mailbags
bags 1 agll from rom the sunken ship Yucatan and andthe ADdthe andthe
the long delayed delivery deliver of the rescued rescuedletters reecued16ttws rescuedletters
letters a misunderstanding ml between betweensweet betweenSwet betweensweet
sweet hearts has been cleared up and andth aDdthe andthe
th the wedding bells will Ul soon ring ringMonths riDgM ringMonths
Months M Utb ago Charles Chii Fletcher of this thisplace tblsplace thisplace
place wrote an offer t > tter of marriage to a agirl agirl agirl
girl in Nome > Alaska He had reason reasonto
to hope bo e that she loved him for they
had passed many pleasant days to together together together ¬
gether in Alaska He expected an an anj antWer ansWer
j swer lorn weeks ago and a d as none came camehe cameb camebe
he b began to believe that she sheha4 had mar married married startied ¬
ried another anotherFletcher anotherfJttcher anotherFletcher
Fletcher has h Just ju t received elved her favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
able answer which had been mailed mailedpromptly mailedpromptly mailedpromptly
promptly but which went down with withthe withthe withthe
the Yucatan Yu tan It was barely legible legiblebut legiblebut legiblebut
but I enough Gold be read to make it itclear Itclr Itclear
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about pain or expense eit eithertheres rtreres absolutely none of the one oneand oneand
and very little of the other Dr Vy Vyeths ths long experience and andunrivaled andunrivaled
unrivaled skill assure you ou dental work af the first order ornerTeeth orderTeeth
Teeth Extracted Without Pain PainBy
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success 18 due to the high grade work done by
m my expert gentle gentlemanly gentlemanly
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saving nr enough money mone to have them properly attended to
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the Sacngerbund S ng6rbund to Chesapeake Che apeake Beach
The affair took place yesterday ye tay
The fciture ft 1ture of the picnic was a ball ballgame bellgame ballame
g game ame between a picked Ickeci nine from the th
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Adolph Levy anti af1 Samuel Gompen Gom Gompersormed en
formed f a winning tottery tterj for the Pin PIIloeles Pinocles Pinclee ¬
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Pimples Spread All Over Body
Broke and Left Skin Like a Scald ScaldAn ScaldAnAwful ScaldMAwful
An AnAwful Awful Sight SightDoctor Doctor Afraid Afraidto AfraidtoPut
to toPut Put His Hands Handsorthe on o the Child ChildCURED ChildCURED ChildCURED
CURED AT SLIGHT COST COSTBY COSTBY COSTBY
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES REMEDIESOur REMEDIESOurbabywhen
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aufferiog with terrible eczema ecuesnafroen from bead
to foot ail all over overher overbe overher
her be body bod The Thebaby Thebaby Thebaby
baby looked justHk6 just jitlikea
likeaskinoed justlikeaskinoed Hk6 likea a ski skinped skinpedrabbit noed noedrabbit
rabbit We Ve were wereunable wereunable wereunable
unable to put putdotbee putdot putdotbes
dot dotbee bei on her nerAt herAt her herAt
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to be afew aew mat mattered mattered mattered ¬
tered pimples pimplesThey pimplesThey pimplesThey
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break the skin skinand skinI
and I oeol off otrleav bay I
tag t tneath its under underneath
neath th skin sldared n nthough red as
though it were scalds Then a few fewraw rewmore fewmore
more pimples would appear and spread spreadaU
aU over the body leaving the baOy all allraw allraw
raw without skin from head to foot
On Onto top to of her head there appeared a
heavy beavyicabaquarteroanischthick iwab a quarter of an isch thick It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was awful to see so small a baby aby look as asshe asshadid assbedkL
she shadid did Imagine The Tbedoct doctor doctorwas < < was wasaCraJd wasaCraJdto afraid afraidto
to put bis b bands to the t child We tried triedseveral triedeeveral triedseveral
several doctors remedies but all failed
Then we decided to try Cutioura
By uaiag u i1g the Cuticura Ointment O ntment we wesoftened wesoftened wesoftened
softened the thescab scab and it came cameoff off Under Underthis U Underthis
this t is where the real matter was by byapplying bywasmng bywashing
wasmng washing with the Cuticura Soap aDd aDdapplying andapplying
applying the Cuticura Ointment a new new8toa newskin
skin 80fc n soon appeared We also gave baby
four drips dr > p of the Cuticura Resolvent
three tines daily After three days you youcouid jOtoouId yo yocould
could see the body body Raining a tittle skin skinwhich skinwhich akinwhich
which would peel off and heal be l under underneath underneath underxtsath ¬
neath Now the baby bab is four months monthsokL moDtbsold monthsold
old She is a fine fiDepicture picture of a fat little littlecake
baby and an is well We Ve only used one onecake onecake
cake of Cuticura Soap two boxes of
Cuttcvra Ointment and one bottle of
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know what Cuticura k is there wouldbo > G
few suffering sube sutienngwlth ng with eczema Mrs Joseph
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