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WAyk 4} Ciii'liriiiH, I'M,, I,u ."I1 fci & qfternoon for Jys irnal ^iswer." C? /\1« 1 ,1 .« r. 1 /l .* •K|) flsaaKij^wraf^a ipsn* w. By ALLAN P. AMES HV. ... jk T. C. McChtn: tLj. A young man was in love with South 'ley's daughter Lois. The fact is uote- young man happened to be the first whose ambitions had received serious attention. Like a wise parent. South ley made ik overt attempt to influence her derision. Nevertheless his mind was hard at work, because among all: the younu'oLers who aspired to be his son-in-law Robert Lorland was his choice. Had Lois shared his opinion leio have boon no occasion, filter chin is so square and firm and his mouth so hard. His face is almost re pellent at times." "His features are rugged," sa:'.d Southley, "but I see gentleness in them boys that have been hanging around the kitten is one of PoosieV here this summer. "But, dear daddy, how ran I love a' man I'm al'raid of.' Why. it' he t-ver commanded me to marry him I'd just have to. Oh. I don't know what I do think. Sometimes"— "Then he hasn't asked you yet?" said her father. "Yes he asked, though he looked as If ho preferred to pick me up and run off without a word, llow I ever de nied him I don't know, but I begged him to wait, and lie's coming at 5 this 1 "yon don know men like your old 1, much to learn. Take a good, long look a fellow like "No: nor anything markedly kind or gentle, either." "Well, it's hard luck." he sighed. "Superficially, his looks are against him." For a long while after Lois had left liitn to make those changes in her ap pearance which she thought were es sential for the coming ordeal he re mained thoughtfully smoking, with his eyes fixed upon the long white sire:ch of road down which young Lorland would shortly come marching to his fate. Mottled shadows of the shell Ing vine crept across the veranda floor until they reached the spot the old cat had chosen for her family's after noon siesta. Apparently considering shade unhealthful, she opened her eyes, stretched and yawned, shook her clus tering offspring from their snug com fort and sauntered toward the master of the house. Arriving by his chair, she gazed a moment into his preoccu pied face, tlion sprang upon his knee and rubbed her ears against his waist coat. "Why, l'oosie," said the old gentle man, rousing from his reverie, "de serted the nursery? I'or a lady of so many family cares your familiarity is shocking. There! Yon see? That's generally what comes of it." worthy only because tllis particular I than mine." of benzine or turpentine, it has at least In spite of the muddy water and its the advantage of being dispelled quick- unknown depth, the young man seem ed to be resolved upon rescue. lie started to roll up his immaculate trou sers, then, apparently realizing the fu tilily of such precaution, threw off his coat ,URl Waded v- r? -7%r rr «i liM reached dry soil, where he stood Southley laid aside Ins cigar and J-Uei'uUy Inspecting his mud soaked turned to regard the perplexed face olotliing. After a moment's meditation, more intently. "Daughter," he said, before you send away aer gias.es to muo a Kobert Lorland against her father's coat. V* i*' S .C,°V soe aS you do but I'm atrmd I can't. 1 have the feeling that if he wye ever! ..,V!.t ciossu posi ne jiut.U. j,e'd miss his appointment lou never knew him to do a ., just because his clothes were mussed, harsh or unkind thing, did vou?" I uid you: 1 One of the kittens had started to roll down the front steps. Southley sprang to the rescue in time to pre- I vent a in the end wished she had attend- beauty there.' cd to the matter herself for, after him, the man suddenly tucked it un- •der his arm and started off around the human heart. I will crown and house. glorify and bless her." "Edward," he shouted to the gar- ing some one down the road. Lois went to his side and with a hand on his shoulder followed his gaze. "Wonder what that chap's up to?" he remarked. I '•He's too far away to make out who he is," she replied indifferently. I The unknown had halted and taken a stand beside the road with his back toward them. Something in the field had attracted his attention. "Let's see \fhat he is looking at." said Southley, as he handed Lois a pair of lield glasses and took another pair for himself. Without stopping to wonder how they happened to be so ready at hand, the girl received the binoculars and leveled them toward the figure on the road. Judging from his dress the man was young and prosperous, for his White flannels were of jaunty cut, and a gay ribbon encircled his stiff straw hat. Subsequent developments made'I the resplendent freshness of his cos tume all the more noticeable. On tlie other side of the ditch bound ing the highway was a muddy little pond, in the center of which they now remarked a box floating a small, „... in. It was evident tl)at ir llucessary he mcaut t0 swim. But lu, W(l8 sp.u.ed that S lc.rifice. ho reilci10d for the discussion now progressing in regarding the ungrateful little boast's a cool corner ot the veranda. outrageous spittings and clawings, he •But, father," she was objecting, "his' as well as strength. Robert worth a kitten. I wonder who he Is. Won't you dozen of t.iose round cheeked, chinless g0 The youth with the kitten on- his arm hmvovol. ho pui *n, tinned his progress toward them, still 7 daddy. Those blue eyes of yours have jje.u.jn,, the kitten oh his coat and con- Lois took one long look, then lowered her glasses to hide a burning face ""is '1C still coming?" she at length wlll,n.ipftl linly,.. Silid Sontl,*v. Said Love, with wistful eyes: "I brought her brave, bright hours sun shine and laughter, happiness and glory in living aud then a heavy cross. The sunshine she shed all about her, even with the fading of Life's glory .. completion of the descent. cross hidden deep In her soul cast Poosie watched him with approval, but se"' allL* ^1U(^e dener, "Edward, I want to borrow 1 and one whispered tender word, your high rubber boots. And see if ^ut Love lingered, brave even in the you can lind 1110 a small wooden box." presence of Death. A few minutes before 5 Lois re- ^at of him?" said Love, pointing turned to the veranda, a vision in to the kneeling ligure. while, but with her white face clouded with indecision. "I almost wish I hadn't told you, father," said she. "Be fore that I had my mind made up to send him away. Now I don't know what I shall do. And lie's so master ful that if 1 show the slightest liesi tation he's sure to make me do as he wants. Won't you stay and help me?" Cuiehru. Her father did not answer, lie was Culebra. the island twenty-five miles standing at tiio end of the porch watch- l' a uew is lisod :,n m—m I main and sjarye .or trust itself Sniphide: of carbon.: dark water. Loin Wlien the marooned kitten the wus barely above his knees. Dis- plcbed it uPi aud nlli nnd started back to shore. "Oh," cried Loi% with a long breath, "isn't he a dear! I don't believe there's another man in the place who would go to all that trouble for a poor little (jUj- and thank him, father? Perhaps "I am sure lie would appreciate thnv.ks from you more," replied South ley, "and when he conies this way you'd better do it yourself. He de serves all the nice things you can say to him." "Why. what do you mean?" inquired Lois, glancing up quickly at the signif icant note ill his vojee. "Where are your" eyes, daughter? There, he's facing us, with his hat off. Now you must recognize him." radiance and come standing a moment with her venture- Life had much to give, but peace and some child held thoughtfully before res* aro W0U'1 to me," said Death, .n°t ^or ^ife to bestow. Love give all, but must reckon with LIfe fluU lrom tlie 1uict room with a "I-Ie made the cross?" Death asked. "Yes," said Love, weeping. "We must teach him," said Death, "what he could not learn from life." L. M. fc. in Outlook. 0 0 a slr0II«|y ,l0"lliui1 h-v tlu' r"il0li Stal,'s- ,lle An^!K,« which ^H'opean commerce with the Isthmus of l'anama, more effec tufilly than Gibraltar commands the en trance to the Mediterranean. The Sun. If the sun were hollow it could hold 500,000 globes the size of our earth, and an eye capable of viewing lo.OUO square miles an hour would require fifty-live years to see all its surface. Mice 'I'llill Wsiltx. Japanese waltzing mice are amusing little creatures. The waltzing consists of a rapid revolving motion, something like that of a dog trying to catch its own tail. Occasionally they perform in pairs, turning with great rapidity. The habit exhibits itself in the young soon after they begin to run about. F.aii «le ColtiK'tie, When the originator of the genuine eau de died, a.ued eighty, he gave his secret to his nephew and heir. Since 1700 only ten persons have seen the recipe, which is kept in a box treble locked. A SNOW EXPERIMEN" frightened kitten. The little thing floundered at the edge'of its frail sup-. —.t11 port as though deliating whether to re-1 Ffftseri vnpor W ih even fancied she Two solid bodies, one yellow, sul- could hear its appealing cries, and with .phtir, the Other black, carbon, unite an exclamation of pity she made to- under certain circumstances to form a ward the steps. colorless liquid culled sulphide of car "Wait," said her father, putting out a bon, which must be handled with much detaining hand. "He's going to look precaution on account of its great ex after it. Besides, it can't l'all .iff. It's plosive "property. The soluble property tied." of sulphide of carbon renders it valua "I don't see how you can tell," said ble to take spots off garments. If Lois. "Your glasses must be better Its odor is more disagreeable than that 1 "You Lois forsook his encircling arm and began to settle her hair with deft pats. "I think." said she—"I think— No. I don't think any more I know. Father, I shan't need your help. I'd rather thank him myself." "All right, child." replied the old gen tleman, turning to enter the house. "I never believed it wise for parents to meddle in such affairs as these." Life, Death anil Love. A woman lay with closed eyes and quiet breath waiting to welcome an angel whose presence seemed to over shadow the white curtained room. A man knelt beside the bed. the woman's hand pressed close in his against his cheek, while his lips moved as if in prayer. In the room were Life, Death and Love. "What have you given her?" ques tioned 1 leatli of Life. "I brought her my best gifts," an swered Life. "Youth, health, beauty, joy and love." "Has Love brought her good gifts?" again asked Death. tlie" 'A'ef«6n"'"fef ly in consequence of the prompt evap oration of the liquid. There is nothing equal to it t.o take off spots of paint on clothes. It. does not do it, however, without creating great fear in persons who use it for the first time, for they see on the very place where, to their great pleasure, the paint had disap peared a large white spot, the nature of which is hard for them to define, and the more they brush the more unsightly and the larger that white spot grows. Is then the garment lost? No, for fortunately after a few moments the spot melts away never to show again. It was snow and nothing .more. The sulphide of carbon in evaporating takes heat from the cloth aud surrounding air, and the result of that is a sudden lowering of temperature sufficient to freeze the vapor of the atmosphere. Without operating on your clothes you may make the experiment in the following way: Fill a small vial with sulphide of carbon, taking great care to do it far from all flame or heated stove. Then close the bottle with a cork stop per through which you have previously bored a small hole. In this hole place a piece of blotting paper made up into hen 11 eral pieces you obtain flowers aud most charming effects. You may make the obtained then more promptly, evapora- tion being more abundant. wr 001 Late American d.ctionar.es acknowl-, edge "boodle' as a word. Dr. Murray ./.IT1 an flore Butter 1 inch abovi (he cork. Wi,tlni minutes you will see the ou'tside 6t ihis paper covered with snow, the quantity! Will Catou was the leading mo::ey of which gradually increases. The First Stogies Made In Peansj-lvahla. "The first stogie was made by hand in the wilds of Pennsylvania," said a ng liquid has risen through the jores of jasv reason, having over &S.000 to his the paper as the oil of a lamp" through credit. SL,,-S t0 tho °l,eu al1' it evaporates, and water contained in tiie surrounding atmosphere, being1 brought to a temperature below 32 de gives, has been frozen. If you divide the paper outside of the bottle into sev-! Vajel''° Pi'P,0r Not Ills Own 0 1SS4. 'Sinews of war, 'soap and other synonyms for campaign boodle are familiar." There, however, "boo die" is explained as meaning only "stock in trade," kinship with the Dutch "boedel," man's stock of busi ness or household goods, being highly probable. Perhaps "boodle," meaning a crowd or pack, as in the phrase, "the whole boodle (or caboodle) of them," is the same word. In that sense "It's ridiculous for a young man to get married as soon as he conies of age," said the elderly bachelor. "Think so, do you?" said llenpeck languidly. "Of course. Why, he's scarcely old enough to be his own boss." "Well, he isn't if he gets married."— Philadelphia Press. Perhaps the bravest of the brave la the coward "who will not run.—Phiia- delphia Bulletin. •-•'j'rv'H'.-V 'I-- K',. from your dairy cows if you feed Pratts Food. More milk, richer milk, quicker fattening. No slinking of calves stronger calves. All this without a cent extra cost for Pratts Food saves other feed. The greatest animal regulator—the original stock and poultry foods of America. In use over 30 years. Pratt Food Co Philadelphia SPORTING NOTES. a small roll. The paper must reach to! The Cleveland American league ball the bottom'oi. the "bp'ttle and about an Wrestling seems to be supplanting boxing in popularity in England. Hopper, 2:171,4, the McKinney trot ter, is touted as a sure 2:10 performer. Ed Andrews, the well known west ern New York trainer, now has a pub lic stable. Charley Nichols of the St. Louis Na tionals says the "raise" ball is the hardest curve for a twirier to deliver. '1 players are among the tallest and licav on ..• uie-i in Bail Johnson's orga:i .7, driver in Russia during the The Gentlemen's Driving atid Hiding club of Denver claims to be the largest driving club in the world in point of membership. A. C. l'ennoek of Cleveland is racing tb~ troUlng golding Thorn Bov, bv 8tnmg I!ov_ 1 tobacco man of Allegheny City. "The story which they tell once in awhile in West Virginia aud which must be true is that the long cheroots derived their name from the town of Conestoga. l'a. An emigrant train of wagons was finding its way across the, state, and a supply of tobacco was found at Conestoga. Shakespeare's "King Lear" into the 1 French language. On account of the difficult and ious unsatisfactory "buddle" is found in the early seven- containing $3,000, out of a sleeping car teenth century. No doubt it is only window, thinking he was putting them a coincidence that there is au old into the hammock of his berth, and Scotch word "boddle" or "bodle," didn't discover his loss until the next meaning a twopenny piece, and de-! morning. rived from the name of the mint mas- A carpet needle nearly three inches ter Bothwell. v.- "Why, 1 was perfectly satisfied in my own mind that you lilced Tom bet ter than Lleorge," she said. "Well, to tell the truth, 1 did," re plied the engaged girl. "But you say you are engaged to George':" "Yes, that's true." "Well, I don't understand it at all." "Why, it's very simple. You see, George was the one who proposed." It's Sometimes That Way. Conn. The instrument had traveled in She was surprised when she heard of ten years from lier left knee to a spot the engagement, and she showed it. near her heart. U,lu',late Sbaliespeare int0 French the literary people of that country have never valued the English dramatist highly. CURIOUS CULLINGS. New Orleans is fighting white ants for a pastime, and it is said that the insects are fast devouring some of th« wooden houses. A Nebraska man thrust his trousers, long has "been extracted from the body of Mrs. Herman Scheuer of Meriden, Odd names have been given to bounc ing boy twins born to Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Conley of York, l'a. The iirstborn was named Enough by the apprehensive father. Enough's broth- er will have to what humiliating Uspcrlencc. nounced that he will remove the moth Junior Partner—I suppose we had ct' better say in our ad. that we want a lend du Lac. Wis. man of experience. Senior Partner—No. 'I'he II. EcUel. rector of an Advertise for a man without expert- Episcopal church in Williamsport, Pa., once then we can teach him some- who is likeiy 10 become the bishop thing.—l'uck. of that diocese, will not tolerate worn en who attend services clad ill low answer to tne some appellation of Last. CHURCH AND CLERGY. year. It is stated on good authority that during the past seventeen years below Fourteenth teen Protest: out and 250,000 people have moved in. Bishop Grafton of the Episcopal church, who founded the Sisterhood of the Iloly Nativity in lSSU, has iu- house trom Providence, 11. I., to cu': uo "s* sleeves aud wearing h'1*8- V-, I'lROSi o.17, 2:11^. 011 the Ohio H!i u..K.j-s experiment in summer and in the full 'japanoso swordsmen exercise with a rays of the sun. ine result will be bamb0Q st,ok wbicb they wle,d witil both luuillf._ Thoil. heatls nre pro. tected by a clumsy basketlike hood. Seott Quinton, who deserted the har ness horses several years ago for tlie runners, is in the training business again and is racing Bessie Brown, 2by Wig-ins. THE WRITERS. "The emigrants got a lot of it, but, has lived for many years, aud abide for failed to get any pipes aud so could the future in Xorwuy. not smoke unless they made pipes, Maude Roosevelt, the president's themselves. Necessity is the mother, cousin, is contributing much magazine of invention. You may have heard literature this summer, and is about to that remark before. Anyhow one of the men rolled a leaf of the tobacco in his hand and wrapped it with another leaf. That was the first stogie. Oth ers followed his example, and they all called the article that they made a •stoga' in honor of the town at which the tobacco was secured. That is said to be the true story of how the name 'stogie' originated."—Louisville Courier Journal. Joel Chandler Harris is back in the literary harness again. The veteran Norwegian author Jonas Lie intends to leave Paris, where he issue a new novel of New York's hus tling life. Mrs. Maxwell, whom novel readers remember as "M. E. Braddon" and who wrote "Lady Audley's Secret,!' to say nothing of sixty or more other ex amples of liction, lives in the summer at Richmond, near London. She is fond of entertaining. I Pierre Loii, the noted French author, I will make a third attempt to turn Montreal, P. $33 00 Buffalo, N. Y. 26 S5 Cleveland, Ohio, 26 S5 Sandusky, Ohio 22 70 Chautauqua Lake Points, N. Y. 26 S5 Detroit, Michigan, 20 70 Charlevoix, Michigan 2395 Quebec, P. 3S S5 iVlackinac Island, Michigan 2595 Toronto, Ont. 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No. 3 stops at Arlon, Dow City, Dunlap, Woodbine and Logan. No. 1 stops only at Wall Lake and ICockwol City. N,°'!\ If. 3- lilld 4 are No. 1 daily Nos. 31, 33, 91 and 92 daily except Sunday. C. M. & St. Paul R. R. At Arion. West Bound No. 1 Passenger o. oo No. 3 Passenger 1. 52 P. M. No. 91 Freight 8.15 A.M. East Bound- No. 4 Passenger 9.11 A. M, No, ti Passenger 7.05 S°ing west aud no Unl 1 p. ]jji No. 94 Freight 4.0? p, (i iCB. going east are Nos. 3 and 91 going west aud nos. 4 aud IM going east daily except Sunday.