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1 + I SECTION SECTION FOUR I i < THE r SALT SA SAKE r 1 LAME tlTl1Li KE HERALD HE RA LL D I PAGES 25 TO T02 28 28SUNDAY 28SL I Ir ItlTl1Li t tHI L
1 I 1Li Iii HI SUNDAY r DA D l APRIL28 AIIUI 26 1903 r
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OLD OLDSPORTCOMPARES SPORT t COMPARES CLOSING CL ING OF OPBy OFt
By jw L AK Pri t SALOONS TO STOPPING STOP PIN a OF OFOAMBLINQ GAMBLING GA MBLINCr
OHNlfT had just J finished 8nIIIktomel nacttyisW p dty a elasdy elasdyComer osdy c cI
J I Comer who Ii iasUtsd atad that tllatII cooking wbUky wbiklbeen 1p4 1p4been
been II p It t rate to his cocktail tall when the Oldiushed OH ONJushfd Mart Martpushed
pushed hro through ph the swinging lasln < < doom d08n d08nhim bringtag brub1ghim wttft wttftMm
him a breath tn of the spring > air It Itaa was evjdont ev dust thatthe that thatthe Iia Iiath
the th old fellow was w indignant about something biog He Helad Hetad Hebid
lad a newspaper crushed in hi bll tend 114 and alMl10iue d Us gsttd gsttdMue l lHue
Hue eyes ye reflected octfd some e of the warmth nth of the asKtl asKtlnonm tII auttlmeuut IIIU IIIUIlIfutJI
nonm that were hotline boAU under the silk bat that tI t ttid de detied e eti
ti tied d all the law laws of gravitation 8vltatJon by remaining remalnt without witboatHoy withoutny t tIt
Hoy It ny II Y visible mean of rapport on the extreme rear of oChis ofhi ofhis
hi his headHah head headHah headHab
Hah be mid Id lifting un the ltd d of fI the box on ODtJae ODtJaend the thend thee
e nd of the bar Mar and extracting a few of the tMh miuerli mineral mineralspecimens
h + specimens i Itd linen u Jimmy calla cracker The Tbe Tberlur palladium of ofOur f four
our liberties has cashed in an quit palladtn paIWbaIihfl fee theshore feeshore
shore Iihfl refuses ru to set t in the came of the peat peatuf masses massesf
uf < > f the peepul anymore any more Day in an day out Here Hererent WeIpnt herett
tt rent cent John I see pieces in the papers about the theiiosin tile108n theclosin
iiosin of the schools eeboolsWere schoolsWere aehoolWre
Were told that it means mea the discard of the U UIIltEreta heat heatinterests bestInterest
interests of the republic that we w got 01 to cut the cardsshuffle cards cardsMiuffle eardafoIhume
shuffle the deck an start a new deal Its 1taclaIlIWd 1taclaIlIWdthat claimed clainiadthat claimedthat
that our little ones 0 Is Hhte to be turned out wild on onthe ont onthe
the t ht community M + without no education riar nothin to totit tolit tofit
tit > pm m for buyin stack an settin In I the u1Ifte game of oflife oflfl ofl
l life + rr when ua old boys bo has had the box turned tu on OftSow qs qsNow usNow
Now honest John wouldnt that make you 00 My Myorsen ay ayv y yorn
v orsen what the man says llay when the other fellow fellowjust tPIIowjll fellowjust
just jll t In front of him hollers boll Keno Are you wise to toit touy
it uy towerin rack of disaster thats that about to be dusted dustedn
on n a long Mufferin community by reason If of the meta metal metaJthurlc mnetailhork
l Jthurlc > horlc police p llce raid on this t here school bOOI game Deems Bee Beet Seemsto
10 t II me the papers PliIM > f1l is wastln wli ln n 1 derv sight of good goodpare COOdIIptle goodwtu
pare wtu e on a matter that aint wuth a white check In Int Ina
a t t vorentlimit debauch abau No John a great t an a aIverpowerln aIpowenn arrpowerin
Iverpowerln Ipowenn calamity t81a has u come upon pon us but the thelopperln thet thetpperin
t lopperln of the school proposition aint noways DOwa78latIt rt rtlat relatrd
latIt lat d to it itBy ItHy itBy
° By romparlaon with the disaster dl dlauatyr that th a I feels fee feedtd im imtrrmedlate
0 dtd to relate the doIIIn of tM schools Is like atrrmedtate a In Inttrmtdiate
trrmedlate straight R t set over vet agin n an In close pram PIft pramI I Ift
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Th palladium UadS c of < mr < Ilt liberties Wqwit usetint I t paJmaf paJmafe pM tafJ
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faulty 1ll 17 to few tevlo lmrloua luscioussucculent w auneulent < < U t aces in a corpulent corpulentobeae orpulentobeee nt ntIeUIIoa
obeae Johnson import Important l Iport ant at Has H any ala little bop an angirls anMen anstele
girls been In here kickia to t yon abc abostiehldeprtved abostiehldeprtvedof t vtra deprived deprivedof rhed rhedtile
of their tile sacred Inalienable lnalle an undlo undlsbardaWf rdable bte btea rights rightsMary right rightNary
Mary a kick has come to you John n treat ttIIe ftwz the precious prpcloualalabs precioushiinH
hiinH hiinHOn
0 On the contrary the chanees is that they are areeven aneven areeven
even now gambolin tightly ever er the greensward greenswardchaaln greenswardchasm anS anScbuln
chasm baseballs bal spinnht apenn tops to an playtu aJt of f marbles marblesJs
Js J that dtaaster dba t John Job Havent H 1 drawed a happy happypicture happypletarc happypicture
picture Mow No turn your lamps IaW tilde another sketch sketchwhich lIketebwltkb sketchwhich
which I shal briefly draw upon the canvas of your yourfallin yourfallin yourfallin
fallin Intellect lt UjO > a duck picture ture Jofta f H ke > one onethat 9I 9Itllat onethat
that has no yellow stack lnn so hope e for the futare fu future tutu ¬
tare tu to brighten its Ht UtiJIer > gloom gloomV gloomhelot
V helot r weeks eeu John a noch m 1a mow m > hsaeWaJ Insti Iutltoot Instttootlee Institootion
tootion toot than the public schools ha has has baq cloed ciossd an anlocked aDlocked anlocked
locked Need I tell you yo I refer u to the gamblln gambllnhouses pblllIJohn ssmblinhome
houses John I IIIOt got so o I daaaent kiafc ks a Mttyin Mtty to the theface theTbe theface
face The pore PO little un animate ani anhn that once sliest was wont to tocome tome tocome
come come me at t my call that et right out ot r any hand net an anfrolicked aDtIOUclnMlllO anttoHckM
frolicked tIOUclnMlllO so care free an ao gay Y now bay at me so sowistful sowistful
1 wistful w18tfulLord
wistful so f rAb fAh
Ah Lord John I could weep if X wasnt w tart t some someskeered somepteend e euend
skeered my m tearsd blister the bar r an rshe mSXe e trouble troublewith tNbIewttbJlmmy troublewith
with wttbJlmmy Jimmy for you For weeks mjr pore tar friend s the thedust tbeban thedust
dust ban been gathvrln on the roulette wheels for forweeks forthe forweeks
weeks the mat has been eatin aU into I rdi the faro box boxsprings b boxsprings x x8PrbIL
springs Aa the pate ate has said w so faeJia faeJiaThe rIWTile ffteIIIThe
The little old wheel is atAll covered wtt dust dustAn t tAn
An silent an still it stand standThe Ita ItaThe standThe
The little square uare box tex ta red wiU wtuAn ruui ruuiAn rwi rwiAn
An there aint no more pat at atlIne hll hllTime hinds hindsTime
Time lIne wan when the lrltpei tl tel el want woptlisd ra a > d ah found foundAn andAn nd ndAa
An the box shone bttgfct t > n fair fairThat 1iIIrTllat tfThat >
That was the time timeSet thmehed wfcrt opt t Cap ej pail PaoJSet pailSet
Set In the big cMefla cble che4r chalrSlow che4rNow dIMJNow
Now be as good as you jw can caalo caaloAa b he mid midAn tilaillAn
An Jorit < rob too tooThe many bye hen1Then byeThen
Then he went away to tt a fatoaek fa stall stallAn IMaItn NanAn
An n slept with wit an awful dill dillexeewe noise
exeewe aweamte9 mt t
When George Ade AdeWas Was the Village Humorist
HAT George Ads talent for writing his b Modern ModernI
T I Fables was a not a sudden den development in I shown shownby abownby shownby
by the following follow romance which the be Chicago Chicagohumorist Chlcaphumorist Chicagohumorist
humorist wrote for a little church socialin his hi home hometown bonaetown hometown
town of Lafayette Ind nd more ore than tea teal1w years ago agoThe agothe
The story has never been II published for ft t the time timeit
it I r was written Ade had not won celebrity although althoughias
ias iii keenness k enneaa made him a shining star in the town townvhere townhtrf townhire
hire htrf he lived The manuscript waa preserved pr prea erv vtd by airirnd a afriend afrit
friend frit > nd who heard the story and who Is now living in inDenver Int Ina
t a Denver 1 hn vtr Ade and John McCutchcon the brilliant brillianturtoonist brilliant1ltoonist brilliantutuonimt
urtoonist of the Chicago RecordHerald were Inseprable insep inseparable 1D8ePra ¬
arable ra lJl chums and playfellows in the little Utt Indiana Indianatuned IndianaI
I ity 1 y buck In the so 8os and the early MM Their eom eomhinEd eembined
tuned talent for writing wrlUn and drawing made them tbeID1Uary aeasary a aifieaary
ifieaary 1Uary > part of every evt1 successful entertainment In Inthis Intl Inthis
this tl ill instance they were called upon to give a produc production productlOIl pyodnction ¬
tion and Ade wrote a story called A Local Ro Romance Ronuuu ¬
mance 11111111 r While he read the story McCutcheo McCut stood itooda ft stoodHI od odIII
HI a t a t blackboard and with lightning strokes strok and quaint quaintpirssion quaintx
> x pirssion JlI 2IiOnli illustrated it That was more than t a aM ar
M < > 1 r > + of years yea ago but the story shows the earmarksr earmarks
r f the Ade ile fables that came later and It Is I said that thatM tbatuhhtOn thatMl
Ml M < tutcheoni uhhtOn drawings were us droll as they are to tolloth toi
> i lloth men have since become national charac characters charneit ¬
ters 1 it rs s for their wit und keenness kWtlnt K The story tO y follows followsA
A LOCAL KUMANCK KUMANCKBy
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By George O rwe Ade Ad
i GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSHfrrp NEWSHedwear NEWSHeidweir
= = Hedwear HedwearI
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x r Hfrrp Ilse re r1our four lines of Hat H atI is for formen formeul forutell
men meul fl50 150 O 250 50 350 QO And ands andoo
s 500 r 00 At p ettrh ch of those prices price pricewe Hiees Hieese
we e sltQW shQ a complete roUt > lete line of staple stapleand staplennd
and iiorelty ihnpes akltl > eii in li light ht mid middark Mnddauk a < 1td 1tdlurk
dark shades shadesEach sbadtl5th shadesEach
Each th price shows Jiow values lufoS that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would cost eo t 50c or 100 1 OO moreanywlwe more moreWith morel1Dyhere
L l1Dyhere el elyith elm
With etch hat Uultis that is sold aoldo soldour ssol1goi
> goi o 8 our aswuraoice urauce that itsAttuttl its itsequal itsttfval
equal to the price you OU paid akl for it itr itIIf itear
ear > r your OOI money moa o back What more could we e offer offerONE olerI ufferQPtE
w wONE
I ONE J T p P GARDNER 13 B6f38 B6f38PRICE 86438PRICE 133a 133aPRICE
PRICE A UAHLJrlJjU MAIN STREff STREET 4
The Greatest Value ValueJu
Ju J u a Three Fifty Flit specialty peelalt shoethat shoe shoeihut liboethut
that any man 11 ever put bis two twosharp twOhltra twoharp
sharp hltra eyes upon is our ourWurtb blob WTHiWwrth blobWorth
Worth WorthTheres WwrthTheres WurtbTht
Theres Tht > rea an Individuality beNt abowtthis aboutI beNtIbis
this I shoe that makes it far faraIt andaway and anlaway
away aIt ahead of the ordinary ordlaaJ71 ordlaaJ71WHY aorta aortaWHY aortawHY
WHY Because we are determined deter determined r rOlin
mined Olin to make it best In all die theword dieword newtrd
word implies The shoes la I the theiimt tIMtitst theftst
iimt place are built by b a f fthat fIhat tthat
that makes a specialty IaItJ of ofpriced o opriced b1P b1Pnd
priced nd aortatb aorta the making Suing flttmgitnj Itn ItnIinJ Suingani
itnj finishing are correct even to toth toht tothe
th the ht > smallest n aUelit detaiL tit taiL Famous Famousutakcs FouIImkfa Famousnutkea
utakcs of material including includingHurkes InchdlalHurke includingBurkes
Burkes surface urf kid and Corolla Coroaalatent C CIliltnt Corollals
latent ls cut colt Olt warranted to out outwear qtItltr Coltwear
wear ltr first sole iOMW1t11out without breaking breakmyio break breakItk breakinglovk
io Itk < k oak soles double wear wearsurtti tearKona ftIIIturtN
surtti > and every pair bears ra tie tieiMON tMIHON theINION
iMON STAMP a guarantee lItee uf ufiiMneas utMtnea
iiMneas Mtnea in shoemaking kle The de deuiiH deUitlS detatIa
0 uiiH and points ink of excellence ueeUencesUIh are aresuch areseldom
such s u usn rh as are seldom 140m found In I II IIsorts fIStrts
sn sorts ts and In moat IS sorts you youwill youill youill
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Gladys Mulcahey the proud and petted favorite tavo te of ofsociety ofaociety ofsociety
society leaned against one of the massive pillars pUla of ofthe ofthe o1the
the veranda which wbl fronted her fathers a palatial villa villain villaIn villain
in the suburbs of Lujnwood Gladys bad every rea reason rean ranson ¬
son n to be happy for she was surrounded by costly costlyJewels co costlyJewels Uy UyJew
Jewels Jew elegant appointments splendid equipages equl and anda
a retinue of English servants And yet she was w nothappy not nothappy notbappy
happy for she be was to renounce the only man she e hadever had hadever badevu
ever loved Glady Mulcahey was w not a beautifulwoman beautiful beautifulwoman beauUfuJwoman
woman A truthful person would have called her herhomely hermely heromely
homely mely She was w rather above the medium height heightauturnhaired belehtautumhed heightauturnhatred
auturnhaired and not altogethet unblessed unbl with withfreckles withfreckle withfreckles
freckles And yet there was some indescribable indescribablecharm ladncribablclaar indescribablecharm
charm claar and subtle influence about her fathers bank bankaccount bankaccount bankaccount
account that attracted scores rea of suitors about her hershrine berabriDe hershrine
shrine By nature she was w a girl of generous cea Im Impulses Impu impulse ¬
pulses pu but society had turned her bead headHere beadHere beadHere
Here McCutcheon drew a glaring picture of a girl girlwith prlwltb girlwith
with her head ead turned quite around aroundShe aroundSbe aroundShe
She loved Roder Rod r o < o McIntyre a rich rlc but handsome handsomeyoung handsomeyoung aancqonaeyou
young you man of West Lafayette For or months mollt he hadbeen had hadbeen badbeen
been running up the gas and coal bills at the Mnl Mnlcahey Kulahty Muleahey
cahey mansion He had showered her with caramel caramelyucutan caramelsyucatan < ramel ramelyucatan
yucatan black Jack and tutti frutti And now she shemust abemutlt shemust
must reject reject Ject him Qladyn on this t particular eveningheld evening eveningheld enal enalhlld
held In her hand a crumpled letter leU which she sadly sadlyopened aadlyopened sadlyopened
opened and for several minute her eyes eJ were glued gluedupon cbaedupon gluedupon
upon the paper Picture of feminine eyes eJ glued on onpaper 011IJJMr onpaper
paper It was w a ameMa meengeteem message < < e from Boderigo Aedetigwhe woo hied hft
I Every one oneWants oneWants oneWants
Wants LEYSONS LEYSONSTime LEYSONSTime LEYSONSTime
Time and We WantThem Want WantThem WantThem
Them to Have It ItV Itt ItTale
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JEWELERS JEWELERSTO JEYVELERSTo
I TO ADMIRE ADMIRENATURE ADMIREI ADMIRENATURE
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I 1Jf > IM > iijm untst f ha IUIt hsvba vela pair air of t good goodeye Coodtor geedeye
eye tor Th Thr extent to which your yoursight yourI
I sight IKh is 1 impaired > d will letermtne dttennlttejust < letermtnejUMt 1tt rmlne rmlneU
just U hov all th the beuuUf bf > auUt8 of na natuec natur naLute
Lute are marred to you These eye eyedefects eyedefect yt
defects can be overcome over ink by the tneu theun theue
un u e of proper glance lame You can canget canJet canget
get juat the right kind at atBflsbniers atbslulers
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written that he would call that craning 1 and demandfrom demand demandfrom demandfrom
from her lips the cause of her changed demeanor d or forthe for forthe fortb
the tb past few days Gladys dreading drNdl the ordeal hadpleaded had hadpleaded hadpleaded
pleaded with ttb her father to alter a strange decision decisionhe
he had just made but he e reDased retaaedto te listen and ground groundhis groundb groundhis
his b teeth in rage when she he remonstrated d with him himShe himSIIe himShe
She now fully realised what a shadow had tailen tailenacross alien aUenacro alienacross
across acro her first love affair As She e theUfbl t of themeeting the themeeting t tmeeU
meeting meeU she clutched the pillar nervously rv and her herbreath berth herbreath
breath th came In short pants nUl Picture of f fbreatb maioVns mal4psbreath maioVnsbreath
breath with short pants taaumjf issul from the month monthSuddenly moIthSud mouthSuddenly
Suddenly Sud enly she was startled st rtltd byte by the slam of the front frontdoor trontdoor frontdoor
door and then she saw the familiar fal form f rm of Jlodertgo Jlodriaothrough Jlodertgothrough JtocMJ1aothroach
through the gloaming ine She mad a frantic effort to toappear toppear toappear
appear calm but It was U useless ullfJ l and when she steppedforward stepped steppedforward ateppecforward
forward to meet Roderigo It waa wrle with tearful eyes eyesTor eyeFor y yFor
For a moment he stood disconcerted d cOncerted by her strange strangeappearance atraapappearance strangeappearance
appearance and then he stepped toward her and andstretched alldqoetcbed andstyetcbed
stretched out his hand Young Yoonen man an gives maiden a ahand ahaDd ahand
hand handShe haDd8be handShe
She threw herself into an a easy chair and sobbed sobbedas IIObbedtbou
as though tbou < < h her heart would break Bodorlao grieved grievedand pieyedaDd grievedand
and startled stood rooted to the spot Picture of ofyoung ofOUIf ofyoung
young man shows wa roots grofemfr KV 1n lnt air all about at his feet feetHe teetHe feetHe
He stepped epped softly to her side fJMi bending over her hersaid heraid hersaid
said ta a voice quivering with MOtioa tferHag will willyou willJOU willnot
you not stefrvlaolde ata > IaIIIde I moan msotlpgpw wrfeaihj WI t qaa caused caimuedthis e causedla IIed IIedatran
this la strange atran easMftuet soak Vr took ti Ik his Itl arm gist takes takesaf9
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prescription DftIi < riOtlon of one of the nest t femlphvkiaw femsi femsiphysicians teJDaDhYs1clana
physicians and nurses In Ui Ite UntUd UntUdStates UIKMt Unetahtat d
States htat t b and has bee been used for Wxt7with sixty year yearwith yearswith
with neverrallinn never a1Uu success by mil milmothers taflperie Ilona Of Ofmotben ofmother
mothers for their children During DUriHJ1nNIUI ibe ibeprotxa tb tbprocess
process of teething its value Is laoucul laouculbie tacarcuIe 1 1Die
Die Ie it relieves the child cb d from pain oures ouresJ1arrhoea cure curediarrhoea our ourjlarrboea
diarrhoea griping < < in 1 the bowels bo aDd wluj wlujeollc wSacolic wit witcolic
colic By giving ivin health to the child It Itreits Itta itreels
reels ta the mother mntb r Price S > i mats on a Veto VetoEAT 1tettk 1tettkl WaleWfAL
WfAL l EAT EATROYAL EATrt EATr1r
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Some So of our most esteemed oitiaenc eiti a have left our ourmidat 01Wat ourmidst
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lighted parlor As they paused pw cl under the dazzlingglare dazzling daxxlingglare daullD daullDctare < <
glare of the great chandelier she caught his eye eyeGirl ee0IrI eyeGirl
Girl seizes an eye and holds It firmly She knew knewby knewby knewby
by his hi strange look that he suspected the wont She Shedropped Shedropped Shedropped
dropped his arm once more mo for her er eyes filled with withtears withters withtears
tears and for a moment be swam before her pile gaaePicture gas gasPicture I
Picture of a young You man swimming manfully j
Roderigo advanced and taking her tenderly by the
band said Gladys be calm and tell me what has hashappened baabppeaed hashappened
happened It cannot be possible that anything aD7U ntr ntrcome has hascome hascome
come between us You do riot doubt my m love Have ItaveI HaveI laveI
I not often told you that I would give ci e the world tostall to tocall tot11
call you mine Young man hands her a alee globeShe globe globeShe IrI0beShe
She replied sadly and in broken utterances utterancesRoderig utteraDeeuRoderip utteranceRoderlg
Roderig what you say is true I believe you love loveme loveme loveme
me and I know kn w that you love me better than any anyone anyODe anyone
one else in the world As she spoke these words wordsRoderigo WOl WOlRoderlp wordRoderigo
Roderigo swelled with manly pride Young man isshown is isshown 18IIbown
shown enormously distended Then why said be beoh beob heoh
oh why are a you sad With terrible earnestness earnestnesshe earneatnehe
he poured burning buml love into her ear Young man mantakes mana mantakes
takes a pitcher and pour a potion in the girls ear earRoderigo earRoden torRoderigo
Roderigo Roden she said d checking Mm yon must 11I
know all The captain of the baseball team has gone goneto soneto goneto
to papa and demanded my hand and an41 I have aave decided decidedto
to sacrifice love aDd accept his suit on account a ount ofthe of ofthe oftIN
the social = tal eminence en Mltee and distinction it will give oar our1Me
to tot
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With a Jar an a skkenin elckel a thud
Now Sheets is high card in illD this mans town
An D gamblers name is Mudt Mud Mudto
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Oh the days is dreary ry the tIIeBut beam ososa JsoUliifc
But the box an the wheel am >
AB bushed an gone e in InJa their gentle
An Ja the U kitty starves Ran ht IaAn her lair lairAlaa laicAn
An we wonder u sitting aut bF low lowtue sd bleu bleuis
While wlldy our coin is s user t
What laM become of the pod old dage
When we e Avowed that everytblug ev evAJu weal wealAla
Alaa Ala John yon must as excuse exC1l my ID7of emotioa f fwut > The Thewuot
wuot of It is that the papers pape aint matt no rear rearabout rearabout 1
about tt One of o our greatest Industries InclutrIeIIemote has burn hoensmote burnsmote
smote low prostrate mate it lays upon the green ue ectaeted ectaetedpassed lseted lsetedpassed w wup
passed up coppered forgot I dont know what were wereeomhV wererom werecomhn
rom eomhV to when beD such things can Happen Im > PPfta without ex oxcitin excitin pcltlll
citin no commotion no vlewin with alarm no teeiin teeiinof n nof
of unrest unrestMany unrestMany
Many of our moat esteemed citizens elt1 n8 has left our ourmidat ourJDItMt ourmidst
midst Some went lIt in Pullman coaches some in
freight cars carat some on brake bI kf beams an n some on Coot footon
The on rest of us is s staytn mainly tauae t we aint aintgame alntPine aintgame
game enough to break away ay an then theres r rthe aya ayathe y
the hope that the paper will 11 wake up to their < y
Hope as the note says is the tb mainspring ftf f the hu human hIman human ¬
man works The man who w cant < nt hope bol > to better hud hadbetter hudbetter budbetter
better lay down before the draw drawBut drawBut drawBut
But said Id Johnny MH It be b adorned ador 4d tbe rummlt of ofthe ntthe ofthe
the mint julep with itb a slice of pineapple pineap k and a pair pairof psirof ir irof
of cherries eddicatkm is the tII bulwark of the nation nationas
as I heard a aboy boy say in here one 0 night nightYea nightYee
Yea son was the reply repl hilt b t it has to be theright the theright thebtdad
right btdad kind The lad that cant figger out his b adver adversarys adnrary adversarya ¬
sarys ary hand from the nature of his draw aint t fit to tocope t tcope tocope
cope with the world the U flesh II an the high highcard e8 card i If Iftheyll Iftbeyll t ttheyll
theyll appoint me supervisor IIIOI of manual hatpin Ill Illlearn Illlearn rimlearn
learn the kids aomethin nobody nobod else could teach em emabout emabout emabout
about hands haft an Ill boost the school game till the thelast theJut thelast
last card fail falls
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and hands tightly clenched Her words seemed to tostun t tstun tostun
stun him for he made rnad no response poa8e and when she be fin finished ftni8bed AnIhed ¬
ished for fully a minute be lost his head Young Youngmans Youngmans Youngmans
mans head floats in tbe air Then with a strange strangelook lItIua gleanselook < < e elook
look in his bI eye and a voice husky with emotion h hsaid hId hr hrsaid
said Id Oh this is terrible He closed his II eyes and andseemed andaetmed andseemed
seemed about to fall She handed him 1m a glass of ofwater otwater ofwater
water and he gulped it down nervously Young man nanswallows manaallowa manswallow
swallows the gleam p Then he turned to her and ad said saidTell aidTell saidTell
Tell me that this is a dream dreamthat that you oa speak It ta jest jestIs jatthe jestIs
Is there the oh is 1 there po no hope > tor me She be was w silent silentbut aUentbut silentbut
but he read the answer in her face Big 8 ig letter letterprinted atteuprinted lettersprinted
printed on the maidens face faceThen faceThen faceThen
Then he said id fiercely l Itely I will leave yon per perfidious perMIou perMiens ¬
Miens woman hoping never again ta meet I Mt one of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your sex x so lost to every instinct of natural nab aI loveHer love loveHer JoveHer
Her eyes Y flashed and she be looked daggers daae at him himTiny blmTiny himTiny
Tiny daggers issue from the maidens taIdea eyes eyesSir qeLSlr eyesSir
Sir she said what I do I do from a sense of offilial orfilial offilial
filial duty and I shall not allow you to chide chI me for fordoing fordoInc fordoing
doing that which will bring brln lustrous and undying undyingfame aadytnctame undyingtame
tame to the house 0 of Mulcahey Go now pod she shepointed sbepoIated shepointed
pointed to the door As he strode gloomily 1IfIooa1 from fro her herpresence Iwrp herpresence
presence p out into the murky darkness a strange pas passion pa paalon paamien ¬
mien shook her and she sled held out her IterIncty hands appealing appeal appealIngbr
Ingbr ing after him tt was w too late Rodrigo lingered lingeredat
at t the frontgate front sate a short ab ft 0aae tj lne and then teofcaa iDealte rtlllec rtlllectlie ai Mec Mectrtc tdectMc
trtc car home Young You man walks off with a car cart
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