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D-M'F Proves Startling Success.
Guaranteed Absolutely At To Results.
Tl trftblrm of rld'Hni? H system
c mrirt. ir of iirlo arl.l l.malta which
it, u rhiumnl Ism baa brn enlvr.l. ns
l.t led l" i mnny rhrnnlr HufferrTa wii
lev used II. '? ""VVo" ve'ara" of
r.' I MI" ncrfectod after JO years or
'N'unTm.i'llon U mm f the f,.
f re" which ml oltr. -. lltn alien-
tlon of the sufferer i ' ll t nllk
tur ether treatment of II .kind known,
It product results. - 'alitnala" b
which the patltnl lift len able to
clearly r. retell tiio Ci i.plete oradlca
linn of tlia disease.
I-l-K lina been rr nnrkably effee
tin In every form cf t) eutnatlam, a
feature NtIiIcIi l osircmrly unusual.
C W. Ilraun, Dli l.. cat ef the met
Crosalarat pbyalrlaaa la tlklahoms,
m for kl euctra In trralla;
'Tkr raifi for Ibis Oal trerr aeleet.
4 feoaa sbe Tarluan rhreale lunaa
rnnimonly knonn Ma lararable, ami all
(Mas at lav !! Stnte yielded to
the II. tlr treatment. Ceasiaerd Ikat
Milk ll-'l.r there arr bo laeurable
furaia f Ike alUrae. I am new rraitr
it etak my ttrtifea.luuat rrpatatlon n
lay abllllr rurr fill farma of rkea.
tanarlant wile) lata IraalMrMl.1
The beat titwa of nil fnr tha rheu
matic la that D-M-P la Kuaranteed nj
D-M-F la alnuularly free from any
ntiluttis or danraroua clruirs of any rie-
iKcrlptlon. and la raally rsslnllated byi
the wnnkral atomaon.
run explanations r r e wonderful
action of 1)-M I-' tin rrimtnatlnm, Imn
bairo, Kut nnd neuralgia, are parked
with rtery bottle. tin taklne a
tottla of D-M-F today, d you may,
fafely drep vry other rheumatism
treatment )nu may nniv tie taklnir.
Oat H-M-V at your oniMWt at IIXO n
lottle, Itjouarw kMllir.ed Willi II, a you
wtllbii. e-t Ixittlea fur Ki, ami art rid at
your affliction. If your drusrlit cmiiiOi
auuuly yen. It nlll Imi atnl on rrrelnt if
ITleibylli D-M-J-" llnllclne Fo ?7ll I. In.
com atm rijiro. 111. in nrn tKttiui
taiuvinre aTtry tsfftrtr, '
riecommended and Sold Dy
8HU0ARS A ThNNER.
Dorsey Gnlddust 12052
lull limlht-r to Kmrllf, So. 2l'j,
Mr-' tr 7.IUADI IIUI MM'HI.
U0 roMdimt til)- by Vermont
.i-it 'tnu on to JuHtln lnn?an )
iu uam tit I, ndl Co'.iiilu.l v . - hy
in Imp Arabian Stallion .llrndl.
Tim durn of iHnroy (lolilditn Is
IVirenco tjr Colden Mln- a atin ot
t;: H'a ( iT"t. Morsnn.
Nole. This la nu tnii-niely lntirrd
'lomnn iltalllon, thn bliwd now In
diMliacd A rich 'dappled lv , hlnrk
xiiiti, 16 hntida tiiurt '1-JU xmiid
t-iallloii nf Kreat beauty and action.
kitli aliped and oncliirnnro and itnoxeel
led n h producer of tilRh tltihs Miow,
load nnd 1-nKicrn liomen Ttio re
tordi of tiU produce noiu in biii.m
i nd aalo rliiRH sho IiIa aliie and
ii.ctI! a a producer of line road, shun
i, anil sale litirxcv A lik at Hire
'"tolls will he convincing.
Will make lue pmeiit re.iMin r.t
in' rami " 1-2 milw. ft : Stanford.
Ki . at 51 j I'D to Intiirc a livnm colt
M'irv l.''nt nt 10 centn per iia
4 et aitilitlon Klveii hut not res; on
! b fu' nciUlcnlH or oxeapea.
- UE1AIUS -
AND ALL KINDS OF
SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER
GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES
MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUh
B AN V HIE MOTOR ft ELECTRIC
OANVILE. KV. 123 N. Fourth St.
CROMWELL'S MCDONALD, JR.
Cromwell'i. McDonald, Jr., a black
hoitw, 15 3-4 liands htKh. Htar In fore
yfcend. C years old, und U un excellent
t'romwcll'B AlcDonald, Jr., was aired
hy Cromwell McDonald, hu h lt-x
'Iclloiiuld, WS, lit) hy HlacK Squirrel
t-'.o'x daiti I.ucy .McIVimild by lllir It
"Vin.nlrn'1, 1st dam Vulr Mare C7S
h rroinv.tU 7i, hy WaaldnKlt n 01;
,'nd tia.ii 8ni t'i imro h, John luilard
'id dam Kavanaugh'h tiny l-imle, S7
Thh 1ioih diii'i, (lliiuiiiur. Is .1
h:iv nmro ftr.lod, ll'Oti; lnd hy Wanh
ItiKtin I, Wiuhlnglon'i aire by Croni
well 7, 1st dam 1'uyeitft Deiimarl: b .
lie ly v.ihmion 'oninark ill.
This v (""llent hotso IU muko ti i
r'asiai ot lull, nt my place, 1 mm
iiorlh of t'rub Orchnid, on tlu l.n
cater p'ke, at JIB lo Inmiro n colt for
four muiiilis. A Hen rotnlnod on colt
lor Bcrvlec, Money duo wuen maro
is tr-'ded or parted with, enro taiten
to prevent accidents, but not respon
bible should any occur.
WII aUo mind n Bplendd ytuirr
Jack tlirco yeara old, 15 hands lil;h ut
110. Same tcime and conditions at.
GUS UEISZL, Crab Orchard, K
"Alias Jimmy Valentine"
Warden Handler of Sine Kins prtsof
and Datectlva Cioorn Iloylo endeavor ti
prevail on UlII Avery, a released prlsonei
to aeareh out Information acalnst a for
mer "pal," a young convict known ut
Jimmy Valentine.. Avery refuaca, a no
Uoyla and Handler threaten to attsc.
him. Valentine had a trick of openine
aafaa maUJv bv th nt liw
fui y rv. i-reutentmt wtfTrrnor ja
hla bcAutlful nluvn. Ilo.o Ivino. hA l'
women workers In a. rescue illusion vi.i
Wardivi Handler hears Hcuo bans tail
how the was rescued from a tblcf on a
train, and lie Is amazed nt a coincidence.
Convict Jimmy Valentine. No. 12a. Is
brought Into the warden's otneo (o open
a aate aa an object lesson to the Vliltors.
and Itose recoamlies him aa Uu man vS"
saved bar frox th thlaX. Cotlni-
,.itii u;c ne can't open tno Este,
enrsfftnc Handler. The lleutanaut cover
nor nn Hose talk with Valentine. Hose
(.leads with Kay to aid the youiiT prison
er, wIk Is handsoirx r In Bine Bine
Vay promises for Horn's aake to ask the
KOvernor to pardon Valentme. A Mortny
Interview occurs blwrii Handler und
CONTINUED FROM LAST TUESDAY
f.iinili li.nl cntue In wllh the ward
en. 'i he latter turned lo hi aecre
tni.t n I'ay d"parlrd and snarled vl
t'ini.kly. hN teeth pK'trtidltiK like el
low faiit: "Vtilenllne. eh? I5et him!"
Smith. hl fin i' sr.tvely set. oliedl
ntlv went out of Hie rooui
J3 S his neeretnr left the room to
f priN'tire Vnli'iitlne W'irden
I Handler elowered dnrl.ly at
tin- (hair Hint cIommI liehliid
him uml through whk'li N'n. I-Mi as
Id lie tiuw llllliKl hriiilKht. lie would
MiO' IIiIh man who had dureil to tall;
to the lieutenant sjotemur that Hilly
Ilmidler wna (he Im. f Sins SIiik
prl'Oii and no i:,e eNi-. etcn lleutennnt
Kolcrnon lo the touir.ir Discipline
inilat lie pieerusl es. lh:it was It
the old explau.itiim I'l.il always held
Knn.1 when a ii. eius' v.lio offended
the u milen in aay ay :is meted
out the teuse.inoe that the wanton
would not U dcuhsl. tlnce there was
it thin ehestisl. tuu'.'h rucked little
clK-tlcm !upcior "duliu three" for
n.ct:ed work tit the jkiIIs who had
hsd his front leetb klekiil down hs
throat liisjaiiM- he wuuld in't slilne the
waideu's hhoes A for thla ullck Mr.
V.iI'Mulue, liu waa altogether too tnde
icfu! MiL too. and the warden would
give lilm the los-ou of hk life. He
Tliu door openel, and In enmo Smith,
ridding Jlaimy Valeullne hy the arm.
Tin? warden stooil at liU desk.
"Ilrlns Itlia over herel" he cried
hoan.ely, nliitlDR to tho space In front
of hla desk.
The secretary slipped hit hand up
tirhtiid the prisoner's neck mid with a
noleut lteao tlunj; Valentine forwaul
bo that he was barely able to prevent
himself from falling Hat on hU face,
nrlttlns hU teeth. No. ViSO stralRhten
cd himself and finally succeeded in
auppreasltiR tho Impulse that nursed
wltlilii lilm to spring nt liU cow wily
nssallant'rt throat. Trohably It was
tho realization of tho fact that ho
knew himself to ho more than an
equal for Smith in a hand to hand
...iift ,1.... ahi.i.IaI 1.1... I A,lmln
Il'UUUICl IU141 1'11IIU11-1 Mini v v.m...
hlmself-tho contempt of n strong.
I conut'.cut man for an Ignohlo Inferior.
I Bmltli was larger and heavier, yes,
hut the mnn who had hip locked tho
liurfihtr Cotton nnd had thrown him
headlong to his death from the win
dow of a rushing railway train was
not one to lia trilled with, llesldes. no
leas a peisutiaso tlixu George llothner,
' the world's lightweight wrestling chain
1 plou. had tuught Valentino the mys
teiles of the "grapevine," thu "cross
buttock," the "Cornwall heme," tho
I "Hying mare," the "back heel," the rib
' crushing "scissors," the waist m.d
crotch holds nnd even the tortures of
the deadly strangle holds, fiuut nnd
II indler bent over his deck, rs"'t-f
both hi h.inds himiii I ml !
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X.'jj lUtoi Safioil
HANDLER &D HOSE LANE.
"Why dldn t y.u. -uiash him when
ho hit you, you .,.. .dV" ho asked
the helpleis prin. -r ,u purpiMoly ag
gruvHtiiig tfuiwt '.ure losing your
ncne In this little buanllng house it
mine; that'a what'a the matter with
jou .You biivrn'i any manhood left
In you And, aay, v i''ntliie, when we
have lud you he- as our guest two
years more you'l bo whining around
like a puppy will; the j.ink eye; that's
what you're comlug to It's bound to
get you-thls life Just like It gets all
the rest of you thin skinned guys.
Only a bum can llvu this life nnd keep
his mind and his manhood."
Tho cruel words of the warden sank
deeply into Valentine's boul, as Han
dler well knew they would. Hut the
prisoner wus determined that he would
show nu signs of weakening before the
two men who hated him.
"I didn't hit him because I'll square
myself when I get out," answered Val
entine defiantly, "and there are a few
little things that i- wilt square with
you, loo, Mr. W'ardeu Handler. Vou
know you have me in your power, and
in do I. Hut, Handler, jou're going to
like me better from now on because,
realizing my osltlon, I have dared go
Hut Valentine had mistaken his
man. Tho respect that one lighting
man Jins for nuothcr who lights him
squarely found no place lu the craven
heart of Hilly Handler. Valentine had
jet something to learn of thu psy
chology of Jail wardens. Handler's
fare took on a malignant expression.
"Oh." ho sneered, "so I'm going to
like you, am I? Well. Just watch me.
"II burke you. you"
Handler lunged around the comer
of his desk at tho prisoner.
"Ikui't burke me!" cried Valentine
Hyes gleaming with his vengeful
ness, with hands outstictchcd, the
warden came headlong at Valentine,
who bracts! himself to withstand the
shock of the oncoming body Crouch
ing, the prisoner primed himself to
clutch one of the warden's thumbs,
which wus carelessly extended out
ward from his hand-n trick Hothncr
had shown him. Once securing this
thumb, it could be.s'(iulled back oc
twlaled to the breaking point if ncc
essiry to cause an opponent to yield,
or by drawing the outstretched arm
over his shoulder, wheeling his hack
to his foe as ho did so. Valentine
could bend sharply forward and throw
his assullaiit helplessly over his head
and on to the door In a heap with the
disconcerting "dying mare."
Hut midway lu his rush the warden
stopped short He had caught Wm
clf Just In time. About to throw
himself blindly at his Intended victim,
n thought (an Inspiration he after
ward considered it to be) flashed
through his brain. The warden halt
si. much to the amazement of his
secretary, Smith, who lud been watch
ing tho proceedings with unconcern
boru of experionce in like happeulugs.
Then Handler turned away, rested one
hand on hi desk ami with tho other
stroked his heavy, square chin reflec
tively. "Qod!" ho poudered. "Suppose the
lieutenant governor should get on to
those deals lu the contracts for sup
plies? lie might, aud then I'd need
aim to bo my friend."
SAVED MANY FROM DEATH
W. h. Mod:, ol Mock, Ark , believes
't has 8acd many lhe.s In hU 25
earn of experience In tho drug busi
ness. "What 1 always like to do hf
lies." "Is n recommend Dr. King's
v ew Discovery for weak, sore lungs.
fid cold?, hoarfienes, obstinate
'cindis a grlppo, croup, nsthma or
other bronchial affection, for I feel
pi'io that number of mN nolghhors
nuvo nnu won lo-aav because tney
: inv pdlvo to ue l. I honestly
' 'li.vo Its tho i-est throat and lung
'lc'n that - ",t" Kv to prove
.' it tr. bottle freo, or
" r n or l bottle. Sold by
Handler reached nut, picked np a box
from the desk anil extended It to the
now thoroughly thunderstruck convict,
who wns niowly recovcrlnc from tlio ,
menial atraln of the Inst fow moment", i
'Ilavo a clfrar," smiled tho warden gra-.
clously, with n sweeping lww, "Also
permit mo to ofTer you a chnlr, Mr.
Valentine. . i
"Ily the way," he went on caally, i
"are you erfectly comfortable In your
cell? If not, I want to know what I
can tin for yon. I'm going. to havo
Smith go to cee you every dny to do
for you anything that you wont, pro
vided the rules of the prison permit,
nnd maybo some things they don't."
Valentine, hardly believing what his
eyes nnd ears told lilm nctually to bo
occurring, dropped bcwllderedly Into
the proffered chair nnd, taking a gilt
bandit! Havana from tho box, stuck it
eagerly between his lips
"Havo a light," said tho warden,
striking n match and extending It to
the end of Valentine's clgnr.
Tho secretary stood acrosc tho room
near n door, eyes staring In his wonder
as No. 1290 leaned back luxuriously in
Ids clnlr, crossed one striped leg over
tho otl ir and sent fragrant clouds of
blue 8-iioko toward the ceiling.
"Tlns'll lie n regular Y. M. O A. be
fore we get through," he gasped. "I
think III apply for a Job ns worsted
holder for some old maids' sewing so
ciety. This prison Is getting altogether
too ge-tccl to suit me."
When a young lad of good parentage
and of sound training nnd education
begins 19 chafe under tho restraint of
parent.- drsclpllno It is time for tho
parents to exercise the wisdom got
only frjm the lessons taught In the
great fliool of the wide, wide world.
Thco'Ies nnd principles expounded
ever so convincingly will not keep tho
growing boy ut home after 7 o'clock
In the rvenlng when there Is a chance
to escnpo Into the streets to meet the
"bunch " the alluring, versatile bunch
whose ( htns so often Include the anni
hilation of the Sioux warriors of tho
Dakota plains who have laid down tho
tomnhawk to take up the agency clay
pipe and store clothes.
That is to say, theories and princi
ples merely will not sulllce to restrain
the Impulsive, Imaginative, action
craving youths unless the parent com
bines w ith them enough knowledge of
the wor.d to convince the hnlf formed,
halt trained youthful mind that the
mentor has the best interests of the
Ind in mind, that he has been through
it all himself and knows full well tho
Joys and disappointments, tho fears
and hopes of early days
And It is the habitually stern, opti
mistic, unyielding and academic par
ent who convinces the young lad that
he knows nothing of the fascinating
tcmptutlons of boyhood. The spirit
of compromise Is allowed to perish by
such ai parent; the spirit of rebellion
grows in the son's heart; a spirit nour
ished on the decay of the rispect and
loc thrust aside by the father who,
would nut understand.
A certain lad of sixteen years found
life In his New I'ngland home far
more circumscribed than was that of
his companions of the same ago nnd
same comfortable position. He wn
not allowed to go swlmjuhig In 'ho
lake because his young friend Tommy
Clark had narrowly escaped drnwulug
Tho fact that Tommy Clark could not
swim and was "taking a J.iro" on that
in iii.ti .
when he vetged
"ltAVK A ClOaK.
n deulli near the county lino road
bridge and tho fact that the lad we
tre considering could swim very well
-tado no difference to the father as
well a to the mother. Tho son must
keep away from the water. That was
The further fact that this boy ns
pired to bo a mining engineer made
no difference to thH father or to this
mother. It had already been decided
for him that ho must study for the
Three ears passed. Tho lad was in
eallege The study of theology did
not tint bis temperament or his de
sires, liu wanted, abovo all things,
to go out Into tho world ot notion, to
battle with the might ot the strong
man he was becoming ngalnst big,
tangible odds? out In the open air un
der tho open heavens, down lu the
bowels of tho earth or wherever there
were miuei to be dug and equipped
und operated. He wanted to study
the problems that faced the men who
decoyed tho glistening ores from se
cretive Mother Knrth, nnd ho thrilled
with the idea that he could succeisl
'it this profession.
He fat in his room lu tho college
Jonuliory one stiuny spring uiornin?
PPPPL "jfMP J
pJtjpTpi afj" ?ik. '
PA sPPPS-ataPPPM aflv tt.
S&' l3av",""fc - 1
4" ' t
nnd wroto bis father that be could
not continue h study for the minis
try; that ho wanted above an other
thlncn In llfo to enter tho school of
mlnea at tho unlveralty.
lie walled livo days. Tho nnswer
came. The saino night there were n
vacant room nnd a vnennt Iks I In tlm
dormitory. .Next moiuliig cainu a
search. Under a table was found n
crumpled note that the tears of the
lad had blurml as he read. The letter
was taken to tl.o i.r-ddent of the col
lege. When this gray haired gentle
man adjusted his spectacles ho pressed
tho paper flat on his desk nnd read:
"If you da .not continue your coarM
in theology I will censo to pay your
bills at college. Should you dlscon-
mnn TAT.crWNB'8 run-En, wno bbou
TUB BCnOOLDOl'B HEART.
tinue them you must return home,
where I will secure you a position as
bookkeeper at your uncle's store.''
Signed to this eloquent, brief epistle
was the name of the young man's fa
ther. Several years have passed since that
crumpled letter was picked up from
the floor cf the collego student's1 room.
Several years hae passed sliu-e ai
aged couple, soon to eke out then
meed of exhtcuee lu a small counto
town, bate heard news from tlw son
Tho would uot become a minister.
Several years have passed since a
young college student uppeared penni
less and discouraged In a middle west
ern city aud vainly walked the streets
for dajs, subsisting ns best ho might,
la search of any kind of work that
itrong hands nud arms could perform.
Sj there should be tempered Judg
ment shown, sav 1. In ihvi'llhnr on
,,le present rate or .iininiy aioniine
I when It Is considered that he was the
ambitious lad who left the crumpled
note lying on the floor In his bedroom
and set out to fight the world single
' That Jimmy should have lost In his
I flrst grapple with life should afford
uu reasonable person ground for ie-
proacli Those of us who have not
lost as yet quite humanly perhaps in
line toward comparisons which faor
our own acknowledged virtues, but
at the same time the environment of
our fellow beiugs at critical periods iu
their lives should always be remem
bered when the tlnal estimate N made.
It Is human to have human emotions.
It Is human to have inhuman Ideas
concerning some ot our fellow men nt
various times: but. after all, why not
adopt ,t he optimistic philosophy of Jim
my Valentine himself? For was it
not he who at the time "Frisco Eddie"
bungled the "Inside Job" of a safe
looting expedition lu Omaha sought to
soothe the hitter's feelings by saying
"Nobody Is a failure until be admits
it himself. You will never admit
you're n failure, Eddie, so cheer up.
You. therefore, can never bo otie."
Consequently Jimmy Valentine must
be given a chance. Ills doctrine Is the
doctrine of hope. Give him a cbauee
to apply it to himself nnd await tin
condemning!' aud dispassionately the
if lie succeeds In making n man of
himself, a man such as his Creator In
tended him to be, who U there to say
that his past has anj thing lu it to
I'oncern n critical world? Or who Is
there to deny to Jimmy Valentine bis
birthright If he should miraculously
Hut should he full lu the great test
well, perhaps no word should Just
now be scut regarding him to the old
home lu the little town, to tho father
and the mother who would uot under
stand. CIIAPTIMI VI.
II I, weeks dragged slowly on
for Jimmy Valentine after the
momentous day when Itose
.aue nnd Lieutenant Governor
lay visited the prison weeks of won
der, weeks of hope, weeks of despair,
lie concluded thut the girl hud for
gotten him; that her Interest lu him
ond been but the evanescent manifes
tation of a fleeting impulse. Probably
pM r "sgW
"Iitry" 8nedden was right after all.
Imt, doing a bit tf four for bur
glary, seemed to know a grent denl
about women, nnd he had assured.
Vnlentlno Hint "a girl don't know
what It menus lo keep her word, not
that she don't mean to, but sho Just
nnt'entlly tnlks jo much that sho
can't rumiiilni' l..:r w'.ml sho wiys."
The lleutennnt governor, too, had
apparently forROttcn about tho ox
iateneo of No. 1'JSO. nnd VAlenllno lw
gnn deeply to wish Hint his hopes had
never been nouBcd., Far better never
to havo risen to tho heights of ex
pectancy at all than on attaining them
to bo thus rudely cast from' them.
Dut Valentino had not rcalltnl how
alowly tnovo tho cxecutlvo wheels of
'tho- government of n great and busy
state. A governor is neui to a strict,
accountability for his official actions,
and In tho important matter ot tho
pardon of a man convicted to stato
prison for n felony hasto It entirely
ont of tho question. And It was one
dny when Jimmy Valentino 'had lost
every vcstlgo of confldcnco In Hoso
I.ano and her undo and In tho lawyer
whom ho had retained that hurried
footstepi resounded down tho cell cor
ridor. A, paper, a glorious paper tear
ing the seal of the Kraplro State, was
flashed beforo his eyes.
"You nro pardoned!" enmo tho wo!
como announcement. "Tho governor
bas released you I"
a s e e
In ono of tbo parlors of tho Ten
Kyck hotel, In Albany, within two
short blocks of the capltol, Mrs. Web
ster and Mrs. Mooro sat patiently
"You don't supposo Mr. Valentine
would feel uncomfortablo in coming
to meet our party In a nico respecta
ble place llko this, do you?" asked
prim little Mrs. Moore of her cowork
er in tbo Gato of IIopo society.
"No," was the positive response.
"That young mnn wouldn't feci un
comfortablo or embarrassed any
whero In the world. This hi the first
victory for the Gate of nope, Mrs.
Moore, and I trust your report will bo
such as to encourage others to Join
"It will bo exact, Mrs. Webster, of
that you may rest assured. By tho
way, do you not think wo should havo
had a few reporters hero to give pub
lic notice of our flrst triumph?"
"Your report, my dear wo will send
that to all papers," and Mrs. "Webster
smiled proudly as sho spoke.
A messenger boy eamo In with a
note from Valentine, who had come to
Albany to tbank tho governor for bis
release and to meet tho peoplo who
had worked to eecure him his pardon.
The note, written from the governor's
executive chamber, notified tho Indies
that be would be with them In fifteen
Itose Lane and her father, William
Lane, an Illinois banker, came Into tho
, parlor end greeted tho two ladles, who
Informed the newcomers tunc ir.
Vnlentlno would shortly arrive. De
clining the Invitation oi Mrs. Moore
and Mrs. Webster to Join In light re
freshments lu the lea room on the mez
zanine floor. Itose and her father re
mained In the parlor, while the two
Itose had uot seen her father for
months und on his arrival In the east
she persuaded him to accompany her
to Albany lo nssure the governor thnt
If he pardoned Vnlentlno he would
guarantee him a good business posi
tion. It Is more than probable that
this nttltudc on the part of n man of
Mr. 1-ane's standing In the financial
world had something to do with the
Until determination of the executive to
.slsn the rl'lca.e papers. It tended to
confirm In the governor his belief in
thu p:. itier's luuoccnce. Mr. Lane
"this is tub niuvr vicronv tou tiik
O ITK 01' Hot X "
ami his daughter had waited overnight
lu Albany after thu granting of the
pardon to inee; the relents! p'Ntfner,
who was couiliii to lit 'apltal for tho
purpose already v ent'oDed.
CONTINUED NEXT WEEK .
DALKER AT COLD STEEL
i "l wouldrt t let a docto ciff my Toot
nir said i II D. Rly, nnniatu. Ohio,
"although n horrible ulcei had boon
the plague of my Ife 'r fmr years,
instead I used liucklens And-i 'talvg
iKariiBaTJiiHP .- "WiiB
uud my foot was soon cwuw.'HM'' -
ed." Heals Hums, Holm, fiorcs, Hru vs
cz'uvi, Ilinplen, Corns. Suioif I'll-
cure ;j ci.i- t Of jug Siorc.