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THE ALlbV RECGHD- Thumdav. Nov. 34. 1031 Gjreen Pea Pirates By PETER B. KYNE Author of " Webster Man's Man," ' "The Valley of the Giants," Etc. Copyright, by PeUr B. Kyna . (ContinuoJ from pa nine) her on her course again while McCuf fey brought the nmin-rojul clewline t the winch. Apnlu Gibney inude tho wheel fast and helped MctJurfey Jew Up tW nmln roynl ; ajnln lie fet her on her course while McGuffey, follow ing Instructions, roude ready to clew up the fore-to'-pallan'-s'l. They wore brimst Black l'oint before this Inttor sail was clewed up, and then they mothered the lower top-s'ls; tho hark wai slipping lazily throuph the water tad McGuft'ey took the wla-cl. "Starboard n little! Steady-y-y! Uetp her as she head.," Gibney warned &c4 catt off the jib halyard.". Tho Jibs 6lld flown the tays. hanins a? tbey fell. They were well up toward Hard-a. Starboard! Make Her Fact, Eart" Meifgs w!n.rf now and il devolved ip on Mr. Gibney to bring his prize in n the quarantine ground and h t hi' port anchor. Fortunately, tk :in.-hi wbs already cock-billed. Mr. Gibi.ov rpr&ng to the foro-top-sail k.ilyanN and let then) go and the fortt; snii can; down ly tho n;n. "Hard-a-Kturbonrd! Make l.rr fast. Uart, au' come up bore an' h'-ip mo wltli the anchor. Let jo tlie iiuim-to-sail halyurds us you come by an' jt:uid by the compressor on the wind!a-.'' The Chesapeake swung slw.vly, broadside to the first of tho ebb and with the wind on her port beam, .Mr. Gibney knocked out the stopper with Lis trusty hurun.er and away went the rusty chain, Mnglng through tin; haw&eplpe. "Snub hor pontly, Mao, knub her gently, an' give her tin; thirty-fathom shackle to tho water s edo," he ' warned M cG uffoy. The bark swung until her bows were strulghteued to the ebb tide and with a wild, triumphant jell Mr. Gibaey clasped the honest McGuffoy to his pcrspirlcg bosoiu. The deed w as done ! . It was dark, however, before they had all the sails snugged up shipshape, although la the meantime the quaran tine launch had hove alongside. In vestigated, and removed those of the crew who still lived. Shortly there after the coroner came and removed tha dead, after which Gibney and Mc Guffey hosed down the deck, located tome hard tack and ceCfc-e, supped And turncu5 la la the officers' quarters. In the morning, Scab Johnny arrived In a launch with their other clothes (Mr. Gibney having thoughtfully sent him ten dollars on account of their Id board bill, together with a request (or the clothes), and whoa tho agents of the Chesapeake sent u watchman to relieve them they went ashore and bid breakfast. After breakfast, they called at tho office of the agents, where they were compllmonted on their daring seamanship and received a check Xor ono thousand dollars each. "Well, now," McGuffey declared, af ter they had cashed their checks, "See La as. how I've become Independent ly wealthy by following your lead, Adelbert, all I got to say U that I'm sv-goln te stick to you like a limpet to m rock. What'll we do with our money T For the first time In his checkered career Mr. Gibney had a sane, sensi ble, and serious thought, "lias It ever occurred to you, Mac, how much nicer It ta to have a few dollars in the bank, obd clothes on your back, an' a cred it with your friends? Me, all my life X been a come-easy, go-easy, conio-6anday,-God'll-Dd-Monday yort o' feller, until In my forty-second year Fro, little better'n a beachcomber. So no, when you ask me what I'mgoin' te do with ray money, I'll tell you. l'm;folng to 6ive It, after first payih' up about seventy five bucks I owe here aV there along tho Front. I'm through 4rlnkltr an' raisin' li 11. Mc for a tarings bank, Pnrt." ' , (ContinuH next If it is something to be printed, we can, print it. The Alma Ilccord. advertisement 10-3w VESTA BURG T.Tr. ar.J Mr?. Ccr.lcy f3tauffr r.rd .i.iUi h.ir spent Dtind.iy in Ainu. Mr. mid Mr .lainjs Miller won in IMniore Wednesday and called on Mr. and Mrs. John Taft who arc nicely settled in their restaurant. "Light House Nan" will be Kiver by the Kndeavor Society at tho M. W. A. hall in Vestaburjr Saturday evening for the purpose of starting fund to buy a piano for tho Church of Christ. Mr. and Mrs. James Drown of Mochecho, Alberta, Canada, are the guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green, and othe relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of Los Angeles, California, are visiting wit! his brother and wife at tho homo o: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green and witl their uncle, John Brown, and familj and aunt, Mrs. Ellen McGahan, and friends. John Baker and family of Olean N. V.,' visited with his brothers, Frank and James Brown, at the home of Charles Green. Mrs Jennie Gretr and daughter, Charlotte, have returned home. Obituary Mary Mag-delinc Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wildgrn, was born in Buffalo, New York, May 27, lh.r(, and died at Vestaburtf, Mont calm county, Michigan, Thursday, November 10, 1921, at the age of 71 years, ." months and 1 1 days. When a g;irl she was united in marriage to John Baker of Buffalo, N. Y. To this union were born two sons, John and Henry. Mr. Baker 'passed away in BuiTalo, N. Y., leaving" her with her two sons. Jn is" she was united in marriage to Janie Brown at Welland, Ontario. To thi:; union were born three sons, Frank, Harry and James, and one daughter, Lizzie. They moved to (IrafviJlo, Montcalm county, Miihigan, in 1 S7i and as Mr. Brown followed the milling work they resided at various mills in M on teal m and Gratiot counties until they settled at Yestaburg- about thirty-five years i'o and this has been her homo ever Beside her husband she loaves to mourn their loss their sons, John Baker of Olean, N. Y., Frank and Harry Brown of Los Anireles, Calif., lames Brown of Mochecho, Alberta, md daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Bentley of Alma, Michigan, her son, Henry Bak :?r, having- died at tho age of nine years. She also leaves her twelve grandchildren, her brothers, John Wildgen of Bennington, N. Y., Lcuie Wildgtn cf Byrcn, N. "., end x rcrJc Wiidjw tr.d zlitzT, Tun. x'xts "uur. gct, both of Batavia, New Yor)., be side other relatives and a largo cir cle of friends. Kcv. Father John A. Mulvcy, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic church at AN na, said mass for Mrs. Brown at that nlaee at nine o'clock in the morning1 of November 15, she having? been a Catholic. Hev. J. P. Tanner of Vostaburg' onducted the funeral services which vere held at the Church of Christ in Vestaburtf Tuesday, November 15, at 1 p. m. Interment by the side of her on, Henry, in the Bichland township emetery near Vostaburg'. Relative from away who attended he funeral were her sons, John Bak r, wife and three daughters of Olean, N. Y., Frank Brown and wife f Los Angeles, Calif., James Brown tnd wife of Mochecho, Alberta, and laughter, Mrs. Charles Bentley, and amily of Alma. ville is visiting relatives here. Kurle Wilcox und friend, Harry Morning-, cf Fcfrlerville are nr Lcr.j Iko ca a hur.tir. trip. Vsrr.e Gardner hai 3cid hii f-rr:i to Win. Pcndri). Little Ronald Giuesbeck U visiting relatives near Ithaca. The L. A. S. will have a chicken pie dinner "with all the trimmin's" at the Community House Thanksgiving" Day. Bring- your g-uesta and take it easy. 20c and 35c. Mrs. Lloyd Downs and daughter, Doris, of St. Louis spent last week at the Wni. Traub home. A profitable mcetnig' was held by tho L. A. S. at the Community House last Thursday. Three dress forms were made by instructions giv en by a lady from M. A. C. Miss Cynthia Manning of New Haven spent Sunday with Mrs. Rose Wilcox. SOUTHEAST COE SETHTON The county nurse spent Thursday examining' the pupils in the school liere. Mrs. Belle Hardman of DeWitt is visiting her mother, Mrs. Charity Jason. Mrs. M. C. Morse has returned from Albion where she spent the past two weeks with her daughters. John Haryn and family left Thurs day for Hancock where they expect to spend the winter. John Nimmo spent last week here and is speeding a few days at Crystal. Mrs. Lottie McLaughlin of Green- John Lumcule and Tom Pethtel transacted business in Alma Monday. Mrs. M. Pethtel has been ill during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Leonard were Sunday visitors at the home of an uncle, Henry Putnam, near Mt. Pleas ant. Robert Loudcnslauger of Alma is visiting his grandparents, while his mother is seeking a residence either in Alma or Grand Rapids. Tho contest supper for the ladies which is to be given by the men will be held on Thursday evening of next week in the church basement. The men not only furnish the supper, but are required to cook it. Record want ads pay. 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