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||rtg&,l&19, by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) B^BBBmHfflliiilprn'n Aunt Betty and KfjQwii^ Bin had been loss WBKsPfy* friendship it might not BSretfoped go swiftly, but after Spfro' br: three meetings they HKHJMjfcpare moment either toMm^rying to devise some means MBu^tbfether. Although Aunt strict watch on Madge mtttt Ben threatened to dlsinjjBKHdlfcthey met often. She was HnSgjlfreet dispositioned little girl ?MPw*s snch a tall, handsome H^HnUattoir it wax no wnnripr the" sugested one fine'after jtamfter .they had both had a parm^tryW ttme to ^ keep an ap$*uflt Betty!" Madge exclaimjpar take Aunt Betty, and Uncle Mglgjft tor that natter,' Will cried Bfl&p'IThey have no right to spoil BIHBfc and that is what they are -|Jg > ||gt twenty-one," he said resonant JW^tWa get married in Braxton." Maton wac a few miles distant gFejh'apg we wonldnt be happy," HWM|^|b^sital,ed. "Ton know your un BraKd < my aunt were once in love, Hjpjd|kMbk what enemies they are now, .11 over a simple little thing, too." KSwItta. not so silly as to quarrel ffpiwm i ajihjnf ag a rtns'" same B>pBlt :your uncle stole annt'w ring, Bop'rather, took back the ring he had mt&pe? without aunt's permislon," i$^w:dld nothing of the kind. Your ?ropfatfd\be did, bnt that was Just &K|tt6nie." Will said ihdlgnantly. ^Troy had had a misunderstanding, h^^mtt was her way of getting rid of Hf^wad not!" Madge flashed, her UEmgmging, "and if he told yon that BRus.* Your sncle threatened to BBKtta:ring the night they had the flWfllHutd'thft next day It djsappearE#r;aant never spoke to him ^^Hw^^ned. her back*on him and gone I.a w&iKea out or the rec.dou t soo why we ihtbe evidence?the lamn II|^J hand went Into ler. "It wasn't stolen after J 5^4?^ ? '1 11 1 ' THIS FROCK SHOWS PARISIAN ELEGANCE t 1 Ww vw ' - - ' Every woman longs for at least one frock "with an air." Here Is one that meets that desire. It Is of navy blue serge, Its only ornament broad, very broad bandings of silk soutache about the tunic kern and girdle. A black satin vest, heavy black cord about the waist, and muff and scarf of sealskin render this costume of unusual distinction. liefs of the righteousness of their causes. "Perhaps you didn't steal the ring, but that doesn't find my niece Madge," Aunt Betty panted. "And pei haps you didn't lose the ring on purposo, but that doesn't say your niece can run off with my nephew," Uncle Ben said, although not so antagonistically as before. "She is as good a girl as ever lived," Aunt Betty sobbed. "And he Ib a good boy.' Her tears had had the affect of quieting Uncle Ben to the reasoning point It was the opportune moment for the arrival of the elopers, and sure enongh they came on hand. Before condemnation could be showered on their heads the los1. ring was displayed and recognised. Aunt Betty, remembered that the ring had been loose, and thai she had cleaned her mother's lamp the day it had disappeared. After all those J 1A. ?&i J i. t. ? 11-? 11 1 11. yeans 11 was uuru iu ueuev me iruui, | This woman's tonic has never coi ways been the temperance remedy .overworked, nervous or rundown. FROM GIRLHOOD The modern young woman is o: atrung"?fainting spells?emotions with life. She should be helped proven successful for over half a c For fifty years Doctor Pierce'i getisfactory in liver and bowel troi DOIN( > HEtUo, COMA J ^~XI n. Ifiiyl JRTffU??' g py/JOTUt ur v/BT ' y, ; ' J I - I /- B'.. iwisate CHAPTER 124. HHHH "C?" Is ths Duke of Remln c "The. control warns 'C' to remember that the French people were always rJost kind to her and that they gave her an asylum for ypars," said Chrya in a monotonous voice. "It is ungrateful. she says, for ono of her descendants to intrlque against the French!" Did 1 imagine it, or did Certeis' jaw grow firmer? Did his arm twitch he; neath my palm? He shrugged his shoulders in that familiar foreign gesture which signifies great doubt. But, did that shrug conceal a slight shiver? "In the words of your immortal Huck Finn, 'I don't know no kings,'" he remarked with a careless laugh. "Evidently her majesty, the control, has been switched on to the wrong line. Or the wires are crossed somewhere between here and the?the underworld!" i With that, he was gone. He left us somewnat too aDruptiy, it seemea to 1 me, although he explained that he had a call to make on a patient. I Then we girls proceeded with our 1 Investigation. And even I, the skeptic, i found it difficult to withstand the at- i mosphere of mysticism which Chrys i manages to conjure up. I found it easy ] to ask questions which I knew to be 1 perfectly absurd, and then lo accept < answers which were astonfohing. "Let's question her majesty," I sug- 1 gested. "What is that 'yes' and that 1 'no' on your board for if not to use? ] Ask her if 'C' Is her son." ' "No!" replied the pointer immediately. "Grandson?" The pointer stilled this time. "Great-grandson?" We-girls almost stopped breathing as the pointer tore rapidly around and around the word "yes" on the ouija board. Then Elolse asked a question which had not occurred to either Chrys or to but the old folks were equal to the occasion.. "If it wasn't that your wishing lamp was broken I'd be glad we found the ring," Will said, the first, chance they had to be alone. "I don't reed it now," Madge smiled sweetly. "I have all tip happiness I needwlthont wishing vfc any more." NEW PRICES-.30c, 60c, $1.?> V (VAR CROSS ! The patriotic spirit and devotion ! with which American women per* formed, war service work and made sacrifices has never been equalled in the history of anycountry. Mottpan^MnqLand sisters suppodwthis buidffllmth streMjtljp^d fortitude. But "Nf JjSTcomplaints add weaknesses \ JmIch are,-so common to women, simuld tMkaJ&e right tonic for tao vrar/M/y system, ' / If apman is borne down by pain /mdJBterings at regular or irregu- j Sajr intervals, by nervousness or iunr spells, by headache or back* aclV, "Favorite Prescription" | shoultfSbe taken, "Favorite Pro- J ^ Bcription" can now be had in tablet form as well as liquid at most drug stores. Send to Doctor 1 Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, ? - . N. X., lor a ten-cent tmu peerage of tablets, itained alcohol, consequently has althat a woman shoul? take if she's TO WOMANHOOD* ften a "bundle of nerves"?"high J?frequently blue and dissatisfied by a tonic and nervine that has entury. i Pleasant Pallets have been most Ota, * . 3S OF THE DUFFS.?(WILE -*%iir i= HaM),wit?oR.*| Goil C*n^Bt ? Hi fii ft/ *#b ail H If I \ 1} I jHWB in /Ti \ i/i W \ # I^i /^fi I:>;,? " Wc' t- ? * m ' ^ 1 :; v -1 -- ' '~?^ . .. *"11 1 1 , ' " IfcRWIDf I fits' Copyright, 1010, . JB by the Newepapw fi Bnterjdso Am^ iz, Says the Oulja Board. me: "Is the gentleman descended from royalty on the paternal side?" "No," came the answer, after some lelay. Then,' with much coaxing, :ame hints of an old romance: A lueen of ?pain had loved one of her guardsmen long ago; she made the man a grandee and gave him vast estate, and his descendants hold them to the present day, in spite of political revolutions. "Then there must be a title," I remarked impulsively. "What is it?^ "Duke of Riminez," spelled the pointer immediately. "Something definite at last," I thought; "a statement which can be proved or disproved." "Wonderful!" murmured Chrys in iwed tones. "Perfectly wonderful. I knew it was all sheer nonsense, nevertheless, I had one more question to put: * "Why did the control warn 'C not to intrlque against the French?" Buf just then Eloise sagged away from the board. Her bands fell into tier lap. The connection was snapped. Chrys came to with a shiver and a regretful cry, "She's gone!" Her own arm was almost paralyzed, she complained. I had to admit-that it might well be, considering th9 pmodnt of exercise it had had. "And somebody's subconscious mind must feel awfully overworked, too," I remancea. vvnai ao you Wins. J Bloiser B Women S U Ctrdui, the woman's Bg tonic, helped Mrs. WD- f liam Eveisole, of Haxel HA jBF Patch, Ky. Read wfiat AH she writes: "I had a HP HH general breaking-down HA A of my health. 1 was in AH Hi bed for weeks, unable to rH get up. 1 had such a MM weakness and dizziness, lm |J ... and the pains were U BA very severe^-A friend AH 1^ tod me l had tried every- MM SoonX. helping zy, worn-ort?^^1 your gpjtt who has taken CardnL HhT mM she wltl ten you how it U| ^34 helped her. TryCardoL K M DrnggisU 9 , >" ISShSS UR IS THERE WITH THE 46? Mo men*' IV ? m awneuu* N? :l V"' 1 H m ,W. | |J| I I f\ |\11 1/ ^aBI !' t $mm n ? * El i i The Ever Oi K The 1 M k Ever J m II i Hats at . Hats at. Hats at . ? ~ . laMifli 10fltmi|fvtwNf* *AtiEZ Crawr'a SUGGESTIONS, BUT tlL ? i wut,uieM?U f on,? -bWLVoo-to \smi Dill^lQ,. j,^ Ml imBB JF7 mi llj Jlv/IMIZi viA.vLilj 11. n -(fir rg|?1- u" J M~ JTj-i-r^r, j Ji"-g- J W '"' r V J~u^uru~u~un - Osgood's January Clearance Sale Now .Going on y Coat in Stock Reduced % to % Pri<^|fiB le Special Rack ot Coats (Pi * dues to $29.75, Nowjft O very Sjif^mSto^/Reduced Halt Price y DpsS in Stodilfedticec % to V2 Price me special ixk oi Dresses (in 7Cj;a alues to $19.75, Now at y Fur Piece is Now Reduced One-Fourth I / MM T.1 _i ' ; : ^ 11 ^Dioustwj at ..y... 1 THESE ARE NOT SECONDS | J v^r- ?^?A \Trt?4 1171?^ 1 UU VYdlll UI 11 , \\\\ I *S^B ^R?n 1. X*' Alt *.*-"^J' ' - p+^ -\&-f*. fgs%jB )iirt\yjC?- _\' 'Sr$v-'-_*in :'\-->f'tS'i<*^ "