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.___.!■ ** f«Y BTAtt POBUSinNO CO.
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fa- J\ AFTi:nN,vnN i:\fßrr si'niiat. •'__mta*r**_.
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J"*Tti* trJirtr . l>**t«rn eitu-.-*7™ii*i M siito't^^^ M^S___Baai>. 6 I'llbttas
niMins, JS.« fefsi, W, It, l*i»rt,**t.tii-, L.tetun *.t*»rll.tti*.
i^!!4k^.•,\B!is*ls'_i n»*ilH^L*^.• l**, .••■'*•*** •'** ,Htm*.t, n*4 ni,,_
•.■..Oa* f*«t s>_r_*»t*t»y, »ts rent* pet •****, t»r i»™i. lv« nun per tuunts.
If*tl-*tifed lay rn.il er enrttee.. Nil ft-** tHi-rat.*,
- Ty M-yll. SUUSCnItIKItS-TSa Sal* ts hen your *uh*s*rtr<tl»a .stilrta* I*
BB th» Brtifr.** la,h*t jit e*»'h p*ia«r, *rV hell lh*t itsl* »t lives, ff »uur .sineurrs
lion hs* tmt iitaiu l-een piii,! in mlvsiiee, your nam* la taken from th. list.
A rh.ns* i.r time tm th* _il.ttr.aa t.i..l |. s lee.lnt. .a ■
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Bbt.r*4 «t th* I'ostiafft,'. at M. Attic Weshtnstiiti. a* t.t.m.l ,1... m tii.r.
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% , V MtyTEDPRWES
• a ~-r- tf
\ A dispatch states that t_a l't*puMlt,an Iron still Bt*rl romp*n*f.
*i»t T*rtih«_sK»*«»r *QW-S*lis! rut tinder thejgsft'* prlc* for t'lllets; that
*lh*jr heap snappM t^eir fingers at Jha a^a**tl«tjr H t* dv It*
worst, its.,th* t!i.t..|.,.-i..ii-tt!n h.iMi s.^.t iti. it output for a }*«.r In BtJ«
*^*a*t»' '-•-*". * *wiv,aa*'*-*r.''
*' Th* .itm* dispatch ROM an axr.. ■-„{ Ut* tml) »«) Ih* t'iilie.l
Ft*t<*» -r-ta-r I . .i.«i,inj* «,tti at.p tt., ill 11 Ity* at price* t* lo "tak* In"
MrBS ItaMlMit' Iron ami Bteet Vat Ha-- 1 i«*suiiixl>l> *| a • .tl'.i.ill -it mil nn
*|ale.,.ttiit to the latter, „ ; . •>»*,'*'
p f**lt » tptttj lAtWll*«t if th* i'l.l n 1 i_i* that When i.-fiin'" f.t'l out
* li«tAi**** f #n#n ttet their due*r* , .
> -> ' |a*S'K II -re Is tltll fw>«l tttwflt at tb* ****** * pr.c*t el** th* fnet
*■*}»% * test*** output has been sold In riiHriti.v s.m'il b* no aJ*ra*it»|r*»»
a,* V-*»»*»lya *h« It ml It lo c^l menhant *I*aj^i-"*tro»- t* he selling clulhtn* .
** St !«*** thm rtjat pile* tiflnfini ask* R«w, |f that wer* true, hs couMK
"•.l o **-** tttp*_f. **ltl. *"VV*n. you se* I s«ll**o many of th*m,'*~-*ur*lyi *
• this ta not th* HKXltrl a.'.-a-.sie.t hy the tits tti.le;, i,,!■■•,t »J.<#l company,
--''^l(.tjh*taVi**,*r-M*M*»^**if*rt^'l'.in th* reduced ptklx, ther* Is e*U_r
tkk'la'the.hlsher one, ** : «*
; Jl #" p*w *,*n prl*ea*_f* *et ttltA llttl* rean.lilrr.tl -rr at ,-.„. ft* a fnnsU.
ij^iim an«t frt-olt. (Mrmril itt*inilnttitn lh*tn, Bnd ths fan la flaunt*-, la
*^ih¥^*APA'At the I'ttMl.-, Is tha-te nnt a i.itiri. f.tr •■•,>.r..i..ty at W***.^
t,l»»y* ta^tbusy? ... „." . f'Ti*"*.
SW»_C fc**!1 tjl"*••"** ■*»',»»o»«*I wti-ltion rn-y*>*n t>- *u«p*<-te4. flat
Sj^*}i*tt. an t>tv*^rt_Mur* % *iay* txirs tbe facts anJ carries suarMcion Into
_ abnofcH* knotsledcts, It tJ?S't__4 tlm* to dust oft s.illi* stalut* books
M.ApA *** what they ar* „_. for,
''____■ '«»"'- <- ,--.:-.-»,.
SnnTBS 111 HI SO ■■11.1 111 ft | | s I ■IIIWIBSBIII* 1111*11 IU I I 1111 l 11111.
' IN THE HANDS OF THE KING
**, Ttma works _n_»t iilff.*rf■,-» la most ererrthinn pwtelstag to
,- hub. An ißtetestlti* study U th* rhasae In th- bsn<l«rlilßs of th*
"Imr sat! Hi* Ml »li tsju. passed beyond the Berldlan of oljills
._2}itt*AmNtMNtNtt*a^
Is ao ti„Ssj'ste colVftirin or r-fal *«tt*i«r*i),hs p'il.!ish*d 111 a st**
\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\m ** lb* t-ifido-s "Kins,", tb* fuiln- f*i .mill* of th. band.
"^-tiUmr ami raator. „f Kl»s EdwArd. whan b« «as th. boy print-*
»^« Wales In IsSI.U prlale-
t>ft^>*^«__*i^^»^J!^l4i-*«^^
•#******.**& ■*%-•* *•**% .■mC^Vm^^r-^msA^
"**_ o**.m tern em? ii./i m __*._
wrfL*Ptf rra-mw^^^^m^^//^
It will be sasiu that th* young prime wrote a beautiful J**— A,
■." i."T%#^ttir*»ttißg I* Hk*> ** -II it were engravtHl, sad Is even bettetfthsa
\t_its_M_ Cetirce It/, at the •_■>-• age. -„e*e handwriting wa* co-stil
rrr»l l mar .ably perfect. ; **j - x.t •..
Ihit :*Mvsftti*.|lli# all tneii.wtto Me* long enough has (sows aid
.. i riftl three year* ha*.» passed ale ng stnc* the day be penned th. lit*
HH tentttneet. The father day ha visited th* Newmarket t'Dine work
sMPfajfe )j nl.ati tn! wrote a lc< llmoniaJ oa It* met!t,». Her* I* a
rt**MrU. of 'the; king's writing.
p.^ # c * jW^a-Mttrte^ **-*'*• *r-*r*^ -^ *>>**-* *et*_r-**""C .
*_**_&**m*^t7_^L£l*£ '". ■' TT# _. "-■ __ ■'/**__+ * - _*_»
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fft al — —
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fctpr.'saduag-''. _w^ vr'-_. •_«• . , *_*-'-.-.".-_
■■'».**. mm_l—_mW*Jx*** * *mtwt*mt* ••-«__ th* *_teel plate- writing ol
I•HvM-rtully "ajfttT*_*. *-_-*_ wadeei M* lettertag ol 1*04., la «•* respect
* _***. • * ittif kee<*_____B —r**fTff I* bessi-esa He *r*t_l*M th- ability to writ*
v|*a*»jtf*t****«V^y^«*^*t^*W*»'**Ba' ***» capitals and «tß*ll letter* ai• pro-
Wootrarr t^'rw a* t_ p..*,T »!'*.
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****' ___________________———m—————*mm—*mwmwmmmmmmmm
I «*en HU* tfete" ' " **mamm—,*—mmtmm^mmmm——mm—*—^mmm—w**mmm—, '
* |_t> patroa**'" 1 *- _~ .. _ ' ._... - |M "' * " *"* _ ' -"_
.jI^SsT^^DUST- Tr*-)
TM*ll*rß\yCs_B*lfce^T. - . *..._-i . ■■■ *-. - - ■ . . ' """'*V J'
r
" "My daughter shows etrat bis
,trwf*.Sn,.akluty; ihSofe she -gill he a
*sy_sta_*tf*f_i ***** day. * '*, - . '",.
"-.».*• Ita* Ska tear si-pear.- is
*l*w" "' '...."..—.;■ -".,.." 4 1
«* s-Tfe.' bot ak* ha* two P*t t-hsm**!
"ItNOtaf"* 1 ',»";. - »•.*
"1 All** *••«_■ celt deal** thai J>h* j
-.-** a ? pet gasfe.* Mow i Us* nk*
I feet Ut dla«-»>w*<t of. let* tar* to the i
War aad tariff *„..- * j
, *. * ' j
V~ .V ■ taVusi.r trf Ut^t'Blrersify of |
- f "kifiatgo -rittta a magaiine ar- {
I ti**tt» d*f**tMUnir th? l„*jr*fotni for eat.
- inf. dogs, Pretty sorra'th** magaxines;
* ill bn tit luting art .'files by men de- -
f*_dtr.g I of .CL'professor*.
A WORD FROMJo_n,W'sn.
■ * *"
9>- If th* C.'»**Mtl
thong they » v*. a»
, ■_ -*%*-■ *« *
i. prftty a* they try I';
* a**-" th' men.think
HP t*T« there
Wr** *'****
wouldn't be many
beauty doctor*.
AND THEN TIIB A MiII*LANCE.
"Jl*ard th* n*wsr
-What newsr
-r'***Th* Capitalists' National bank
closed It* doors last night."
"Wow, wow* And I had I3WO In
that' hank! What wa* tb* trou
w*r I
"No tronbie at all. You don't ex
•pert a hank to keep op» n all night,
do yoo?**
* Th* gwreraer at Oeor0» sags he
li mortified at tb* burning tit two
fiegroet* 4at " «ta tti *§■*■-■ ll* might
hare gone further aad nld h. was
l entltae-assa-d.
*V IVriJortatra!l.ms with liquid air
being gi*« nIB tßti'le■tlilt". i... i can't
keep the .r-esß agants down.
"Is Jama rocking tlm, kabjrT" ask
e<* the father. ft******
"I don't know,** replied James' tir
ed mother, 'but h* Ifiik" » Street
lamp, canned Mrs. Smith's dog,
'.".1. one of tin* Johnson's win- j
dows, threw a potato at Mrs. Ter
kins, and I wouldn't be a bit sur
prised If he were rocking th* baby—
If be can find any more stones."
'.iijp<iwn oirr things
*~*J. O. ThoiftVson of Donley ram*
to tUif Huml.-iy night to ae* hi*—re
turning home Monday noon. !!<• said
' tk* Ann B, a mistaken last _•• k
r.tf.it b»lti_r at Geo. {Jostle's; should
[WwPfceea John Th* treats are on
tin. but pram* to v* George should
fui rut tur complimented to be ta-
I ken for hi* father, John Iloatic may
not be as handsaws as his son, but
he's a bc*tt»r looking man any old
day than Thomption, If Thompson
Is a ladles* man.—Gait, Mo.. Hun.
'I 111 13 ONB FOR BOXERS.
Bob Flt-slmmons Is now lying
In a melodrama Being a prizefight
er It is only natural that he should
be the lending man of tb* company,
I HACK AT WORK.
After an absence of several weeks
ft out ilii* in! ii inn ■ n" tb* dear old
Minor, I'll send (lie I.mbls attain
this week.—Uttleton -*t>rrt**jK>ti4«
Mm**, tlllmer, Tstt,, Mirror.
Iter* I com* im-in with my llttl*
Itiuir.a 1 of lle-sthat I bar* gtUhered
from th* wsrstit*.—Wsltar* Mltl
t orr*>*t>o*»il«Jii***, Ollmcr, Tet,, Mir
ror. ' >.*?«'""
tirir* mor-* I srita*> mi |M*n '.'
Jolii tb* writrrs for U^t Mirror, t.i
Rtrti a few tint* fniift Hit* plat*" *hd
•urxotmiitnETi,— Kflsey rtirrritpond
rtu*. Ollmer". Ter., Mirror. ,
e_ , *
* 111.1 I.AST RESTING ri.At-_
. ANJI-*^'ETriAI,TIBM3.
Quite A large number of our town
l-ropl-i / attended the baptlxing at
the travel pit last Hunday.—Uraad
Junction, la., Ht-adltghi,
"Don't you pottlictoas ftad money
rk .it..-* ' sskett the business titrtu.
**N.i.'* replied th* ratnpalgs man
ager . **%• don't. When moneys
tsrarce re* don'l find It." and b* con
llnu.it his way iliitan Ihe Street,
ts.itrj.itig wit Bnotber way to save
this con r.t ry.
V "WEN iottO L*P"-»
Mt-ft I gro up I wat.t two Its a
dniil*.
I want I.'i I.* a drttgU:
Id* fear a bet off scary '■■■.•#* Ofe *
Btoflr
And nstcki tiling* tip rnlselv; _
And ws i.n lima* oa a littut seail.
And fr.ti ring up a sail:
Aad two th* kid* Id* sir fura Ilk*
rlsh root.
Aad ncr-ar sobstlloot ________
TAILOR-MADE
SUITS
rail .'lie-. .......... .•11-KI up
Twtrt-rt Coats .......llano up
Itotrher backs ...... tin tm up
Ne» Fall Jackets In tight weight
Tgerwey, satis !lt.--i * Ul .-,«»
ONE POIJ.AR PER WEEK
PATME.VTH.
WestberQ&Childs
Cl*)-**, $ wit i Seat. M II ns-,
OPPOBITK ARCAPE IIUIURNQ
1312 t***B*l Ay*
:*iftlpet week buyiCs tailor- M
«-_•*• Suit, j*.
-**m - na -- * - 1*
Pianos
We keep them Th* beat Ik* Asm*. !
Iran earket af tarda Sell them OS |
easy monthly payment*.
WEBER PIANOS, KOH.
LER A CAMPBELL
PIANOS AND y
* OTHERS
H. & H. Chcsbro
S 305 Second Aye*.
Union Bakery
and Cade
111} SECOND AVENUE.
We hars th* best Homer-mad.
Ilri*a4 ln th* rlty,
• loaves r0u...,..u5e.
MAWOM <J? l*£y £ /SJATTU.
m^yfaJtCtflC "***,
HON TBUIT
PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
School of PHoto§r*>ah/
frtt tt Amsftufj
REDUCED [RIIG.II RATES
j On liruaeiii.M goods ie sll •-.■ taw
points, Through cars. Saving ef It
to to f.r cut
IDe Seattle Transfer company
Collins Bros.
Undertakers
1407 Ii rst are.
r>one*. Mil 1021 liii 102».
THE SKA-TlJffi WKIiNI-.snAY. Al/GUST 3 t
Mr. Judd Was Awake
* IIV CLAUDESLE. JOIINH.
l-t-pyilght. mua, by tha Krauk la***
lie I'ul,ll liliu-, ll' iii i- l
A'i initu ol .Ntt^'k-ralser* and
herders bail mine to town tn search
of vat) 1,., for the md up ami
many riders seeking employment
were thera
"Here's Pete," WHS suddenly
I SSaterl iii a small group ot intend
tug employers lounging OS the porch
of tha Maverick, and all turned to
greet th* new arrival,
•■Hullo. I*et«," 11,. . cried.
•There's plenty of the sort ol
truck you gmer'ily pick up, I'ete,"
announced one,
I't'lsr Jutld smiled—just a little.
hs never -iitiiii-ii very inttih—ami
rod* on. I're.csily he met a man
tahii was riding down th* street at
a i.-.t iuj4 gallop, lie 1..,K..1 at tittu
but apparently without giving any
si*'l yet stunt-how ' ''a- man recelved
en tniprettitliin that Judd wished him
11l Stop and In did—throwing the
I bronco back on hla haunches. The**
two men ha.i in i..r Man each other
t-a i.-i•-. ('lit' una a, ' nil \t,vl. all
with very black eye*, which lacked
I repose, mid a ctnintengni-e suggest
tvn of disagreeable things. Tbe
other had a i*old ton, eye, which
were never In a hurry; ths promt
heat f. .11.it el Of htS 1-illllfi-rt.tll, ta « V
larg* and red and his pointed b. .mi
and drooping mustache were an
other shade of the same eokir.
The mouth wa* a abort, straight
line, and th* forehead broad and
high, protuberant. This faea told
some things of Its owner, but thief,
ty thl*—that there was wore than It
told.
Th* black eyes flashed in and
down, e-tarn tti ing bur_» and rider,
but nervously, for lh« gray unwt
were trying lo catch aad bold 11..in.l I..in.
which ihey presently did for, lb*
part of a second.
Tb* cum gray eyes beli ti, to
I'eter Judd.
Jii.l.l maided after a moment. *nd
touched his horse's flanks with the
spurs. The half-breed, angry, but
obedient tv tha- tump,,hi , % command,
wheetetl hi* broncho ami followed.
8-rvers! more, Judd picked tap.
speaking a f*w words to some and
engaging others by a short mut The
last msn to be added to tit* force
was a Veil. SB *-. tnd<te4,«wcr*
most of th* other*—whom he f«uii-l
mining out of tb* puetoflbe wilh a
letter la bta b*nd. *
"Harm* la carta, bcitabr*,"* com
manded Judd, riding up t» l_Hnk
and leaning frost,the s*at<r,»^j_*
band otttstrt-trhed Inr th* lettifr,
Th* Mestcan lonfe**! up tjuickly,
with blaring eye* snd whit* teeth
5!... (i.r. Ia S •*■*£• ttt ATI. then
rtlnimi, "for a »otnent h* heel
* ■»•'■! *w*yrd hy terror ot tho**
gray nn and fury at th* Indignity
put upas blm. but at l.uf advanced
wtth a re'-tinrtii. crawling raoUoa,
and surrendered his letter.
"Henor Don latwentf Cordova,**
tx-il , J-a-tU TOa-ertßgT "How th*
"■ MMfl-i T»t-tuc*4
A ease cram* to tlgtit that ter per
sistent snd u»trserell-l torture ha*
',r- * i ;*• never been equaic-l Joe
i -„-.'. ii w of t'l.isi.i. t'*l_. kfrtte*
"FSf I* ye«rs I e>-..|«r*.| intuffi r«t-l»
(itt. from I !h-u mat la tn and nithina
r-iia-t ..1 i te*\ then** 1 tr*«t ev^ry.
..," ( kt'ti**. I ram* sr-rnte. riae.
trie llltfaes *nd It* tfi» c*<- ,'.-.i
ife-tii'trw en earth for lhal trnubt*.
A if*_ laßttte* (rf It t'ao-nplt'tel'f.. tf*.!
Il*ved snd cured tn*."* ls**t m* good
tor Mver snd Kilni-v |ii-u!i>i v t
gtwerttl detnlllly. OrJy'lSa, ftjiit.
f i. tirn c-i-irstalt-ei Jby„ 0, 0. CUV,
Ins- Art**m*a. S.sresv* a,.ti v i mm—
y**t^a. * ,*•-., --, - _,s_g
I iiJ**S**fSv* *■"*> A." .' 'M " **."*,»-""a e-*»a/*a. ' **-*!•/7 A .*". 'J,
Kr*', i? _________■» y*
lt""^ —
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— —■■"»""» ' "■ —_____t a*<_______r' t ' .-rr___mw^a
a t_»* & *■■ • *Aam^^^^r__—i
mm********** .s_wa- __.«*^^.^^—^ m^^^^-^m *_a*^_ _l**p
f^ —- -
Cheap, 4-Roomed £*■> *"•_" ■*§ |™
New Cottage _•...'.'".. _fc / / __\
Fn* Laa*, en C*r Lint and U*ks, any **a\*** "* H m—P*
On t.rm* of Hi .town *n>l tf* per month. Party ran matt* $"*.ftfXt
* lrt*»r un this fwofwrtf In rV*rri<»s nri.l itilfkens. lln* vl.w of H»
--»ttl» an.l - ■ runt i- a. t...,•■•_ st . am-* at tht* !• ni'iri tan.l has
Iwe-n *nl«l In th. in tt> r|r,y| lo C. l>. llillmsn's l^ke Washington
rjnrd.n i>f I_l«-ri acMltlfsn. 1
I Millions or big brrwk •_* nearly a fool long are now running
Eun M»r mark, cm thl* atldfhon, lluy lourm-If a spear sml it,ms
over on the free- *s, ur-t*onirrnm Tsrlnr's . ,-■• mill, on th* Washing
t«m street rsr lln*. on I*l*l fr*. |„,,t, Inttulr* at our ofrii* <m Ih*
gTtntirirJs. Anj'bo«ly ran *i>#r too ri**n In mo hours. Come ove*r *t
fMtfC* *n_ har* a gtao-t tirti-tl.it our *spt»n*e,
CITY OiriCC ROOMS I, 2, 3 TIMES BLOCK.
I f-
PLdtl SOUND BRIDCf AND DREDGIX<i COMPANY. Ilk.
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS
UfiJges, Slrticliiril Iron Work, l»ier» and rounJatloni, Dredirln?
by All ■■-■•*— BATTLE WASH.
Not in the Laundry Combine
Our prli-es and high gratle work nre bringing tm nrw husln***
every ila jr. Our rut-ra.* olfites. Third Aye. nt-ar I'ike. First Are.
ami Ibiil.
Shirt*. lOe; Collars, J.*; Cuffs, 4c, Reraembr-r, you i>»y for
nritlilng that Is not satlsfnt lory.
QUEEN CITY LAUNDRY j
EttsMtaha* tta*.
ii — i did a brut* Ilk* you coma by
■I. much it. illi'
"No lo eutlettdo," ( >t..i, t,.t the
Metli in a high roles, aumeibltig
1., t ... the stitU'l of it wolf dug uml
the .till of A fi ii;iii. v.-ii child.
"You tlou't? Well, tit'llher tin I.
You don't uinl.rrst_.id Uugll■ h ebT"
"No, setiur,"
"The _- I you don't! Can you
punch tattle?"
"81, nrtiur," eagerly; this, man's
personallly did tiol appeal tv the
average employer, and he had come
lo ahtiilpßtft difficulty in dlnpnulng
of hi* »t«r»lciss.
"fan you tide anything wllh half
on?"
"HI, lienor," earnestly.
"And you don't understand I*ng
listi! Il'tn!"
"Un poco, senor."
"A great tleal. you mean!" Judd
hiti.il. .1 back tho letter.
"Agrßdeitco mutho, senor," salt!
th* Mill, mi, t»i, tog Ihe letter, and
st. Hid -ailing.
"Come on—Bennr—Don—Loremui
•"-Cordova. I bellsve you're about
M dastardly a scoundrel a* ever
alt*** a steer or knifed a brother, lutt
you'll not be i t,. h with roy truwd."
11.
A man who, so far from rxludlng
ib 1..... types from bts round-up
crew, actually refuses to rmpkiy
any ether sort—who** method la to
choose th* best riders among tbe
Burst men-and Uien goes out on
tha range alth them alone, must
take sum* pit. autii-na. or h* due*
not live long, especially when be
r uses iltl SI ■MMIIII Sll bit and spurs;
i and when a man ol* iitaaldaMf In*
li-llia tttal talttiti, ct follows SUcb *
roursa tt l» safe lo conrlude that h*
l>,n iui|tfi|eii. not attracted, to bis
environment C*a woman." doubt
[•mm I and also tbat b* has no fear
of death; but ott* capable of Indulg
ing In such a form ol diversion a*
thl* Is never tha suicidal type; b*
gamble* with death fttr tot** of th*
game, but due* ii"! throw bl* III*
away.
I'eter Judd (that Wg* bl* tisit.. In
th* cuw country) mad* it a point lo
ft..i * cabin to sleep tn when oa the
roundup; It tbe cabin was wanting
it* did ttOt a!i-e-;> llecause of Ult* ll
SB* th*l ;■• lia-I Ik.II !...ti turn I ".it
ilm thinking ol tbe spars and
sunt Insult* be bad smilingly ar
ceprtmi frutn time to tlf»», stout!
shivering with terror Bt the door of
a aa'' on tb* prairi* on* pltrh
•Uii, ttlght Bear th* end of th*
roundup, after walling In vain fur
sn opportunity to dt-trtroy hi* em
ployer In the open, l/.tirm knew
Judd did not sleep ont-of-dotir*. for
h* bad a.. ni a hall-whit* _o_B*_***.
man i,f li. act Ott th* hypothesis
thai bo did—that ha was Sal*. •■ and
so lost ni.aet ol his right Inn I a
"tt" Bat bullet spreads frightfully
on striking anything so hard a* a
kr.lf.Jillt.
Tb* question In leorrnni'S mint! j
now was whether or Bo Judd slept j
abed Inside, aad tl mi, how sound,
ty? ll* was quit* convinced thst he
slept, for '.* de*p regular breathing
he hsd heard w*ith!n -**a-mt. while
holding t.t-.. r*r again ft-th* truer
wall at t In* pern nearest Jv I d c tmt.
attested tt,. tari; aad aot tb* latter
part of the i-.f-ati.-n *bt t>. had I «r
lured Ih* Me»t«-*n fnr month* waa
to Sf snswerwl at last; there might
not be another opportunity gtvm
htm. aad h* had bolstered bis flimsy
fn irif With h*l* and cupidity,
gtowty la-it, n-ti f..rd..» i *|*%«bed
open the rabta dowr, will t.ia heart
beat i..i.iH In the silence.' Inch by
Inch It moved, till suddenly the
t**mlf«* binges ereafced, rwt loud, but
lenlbl* tv th* trembling man, Wan
II I'llt'l i-lioui;.!? II- |t,w ,il//> Slid
sick wllh fenr, jret still the lual loi"
slaughter hidd him ther*. One mo
ment of itK'iiii/ini'. atisp.ua.' with
pctiNs In ststyaac-i and then
through the half^ipencd door h*
littard the sound of breathing. I I.'!
li i i Itr.a .I. I ,111 it., n 1111.11*1 I• d. "No."
Mcil Judd ii w.t I. >-.l be would ii"t llß.i>
* 1.-i.* again so t-iariti
Hlli-tit a* « shadow lajrenno glided
throttgb th* aperture, and. with «
ttiutleretl prayer to Ib* Mailr* de
lieo*. gently clo_e_ Ihe door, wine-
Inn at rath faint sound. Then, Inch
by Inch, he mad a his way acros* tlif
room, guttled by tint Houtid which
Inlrl bits be was safe, lifting his bare
feel i.ii-ii from the floor and tati
tiotiily probing tha darkness In
fiont of blm before completing lb*
etcp whlth would bring btw nearer
to minder—or death.
LOfStttt piiimed, gulping, ll'ltlhg
tils dry lips, and made a sweep with
hi* knife through the air-cmc step
more, a trap; then that motion r*»
Itcitted, and the lilt. would be done.
There wa* a al range ringing in th*
ears of the craven OoTdOTS, Inflnl
tistmal bright sparks seem to float
and whirl In th* darkness before
bts -i.iilt.i: eyes, and Ih* surging
blood beat a muffled death march at
hi. temples. Ii was llmti to finish.
If ever, Butnelhlfig fluff tied at his
throat from within, and many cold
gray eyes came out from tlie black
ness, staring *l htm. luminous. A
chill sweat covered hi* qusklng
body; horror weighed wllh crushing
forte on heart and mind; a scream
struggled for life and died In his
throat; then, all of a sudden, li*i
knew why the** things were—lbs
sound of breathing had ceased I
leoud In the siit-iic* ss ths cm*.,
of cymbals, bat sharp and clear, tb*
hard clitK-eU. k of a "II" lot- Bettor
tttin Uirenwi Cordova lhat death
lurked there In the dark. For a
moment be waited in hr!p!«_* de
spair for the roar of the shot, snd
lb* bullet-he lull It ripping
through blm all th* lime—but lb*
hideous silence wm unbroken. I_>
rtmra's flesh crawled, the kntf* fell
from his palsied hsnd, and he reeled
backward. In two spasroodl,* Iratei
he reached tb* door, flißgtng him
self through. One wild screcb rang
out arm** th* prairie; It was an
swered by a trim rhutki* in the
I AmgAma* of it,, - a' Is followed soon
after by d eep breath! B*. Tet er J odd
' WM -sleep.
In th* rnornlng one of the round
up rrew failed to turn out of bis
blankrts.
**l_»ren_r», he tntirhs seek. ei
alaload a truonlrym*** ol th* *ul
ferer.
And Mr. JurJd ks__4 wonderfully.
- ■ ■* ■■■—i—
•Th* stesmer Mtreer *tcur*!oß
.r..un I Mercer Island dally, leaving
Ir*. M (raik ll a. ay BOd 1 II I' ftl. '
VAort..i-3 Night And Day,
Th* t,u*le*t and ntlgbtte*t llttl*
tTfitng lhat *vi*r w»* mad* is Pr,
i King's New I»lf» l*.:l. Tbe** tdlls
change weakness Into strengtb, "m •
li-suness Into energy, i.'.ui-.'.i Into
mental power. They're wonderful
tn building up the heasiih, <>nljr Hs
pet botL Hold by a O. GUY, lee,
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; o Parlors
•torn* li 12, IS. 11. Hinckley 0"k,
lit Second Avenue.
Th* largest and best equipped
I dents! office on the Pacific* Cuattr**
i We hsve all th* latest and most
i scientific methods ol modern and
painlttM dentistry. W* crown, fill
snd ettra* t teeth without the least
I pain. No utti't. tift employed, but
I all are dentists of long years' ex
• per lent**.- " W* examine your teeth
i and tell yon la advance jmt what
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j NOTICE OK.SPECIAL ELECTION!
Notice Is hereby given by Ihe
j Council of the City of West Seattle,
j King County, Wstthlngton, that a
rspecial election will bo held within
...i.i Clly of West Seattle and in the
territory Included within the here
i Inaftcr described boundary line and
jnot within Ih* present earpcirnfe lim
its of said City of West Scant*, on
Wednesday, September Ibe Zstta, A
ID. IS.OI, Bt whlrh said special He.-.'
| Hon the electors residing within the
sntd territory within said proposed
f boundary line and not within tho
j present corporate limits of said City
jo* West Seattle and the electors re
! siding within the limits of said rlty
will vote and are hereby IniltcrT'to
vote upon the rjueation whether said
' proposed territory shall lie annexed
to and be included within the cor
porate limits of said City of West
S*tatll» by placing upon Ihelr bal
lets the words "Kor Annexation" or
the wiiriln "Against Annexation" or
words equivalent thereto. Raid ter
ritory proposed to be annexed to
snld illy la described ...■■. follow*, to
wn:
All that certain territory situated
In Township 21 North, of Range .1
liist of the Willamette Meridian,
lv King Comity, Stale of Washing-'
--THE QMAKER-^
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- r M_F I I
'TittOUAftCß SELLS ITfOR LESS? j
A TON
■= ——y OF ,u-.;-"d
Conti Castile Soap
ON SALE
Tb* Quaker's Immense buying caps enable* ti* to sell this
high grade soap at a less price than the average retail druggist
tan purchase for at -___**__• lb* Quaker buy* soap by th* ta
and buying larger can sell cheaper—you get the benefit
Conti's Castile Soap £E#t
Regular $1 Bar For D3U
Whisk Brooms Basket Bargains
Host quality broom cora, I Sugar of Milk, per lb.. SO*
l-mind wllh Mass silk and wlrw, _*'**»* Alcohol 3 ouncea a* |
•tony, boo* and wood handle*. {^^!tit- T°.7. '"'"'".'!.'.'—l*
Prlß— range 10 lo 15 cents lower insert l*owdeV Qu—.'.',','.'.'.'.'. 5,
than regular prices elsewber*. Bromo ........ .............lO*
tlon* handle, e-urs long ettra furling Iras* 8*
fine rom IS* Tab vi I*owder ..**»*
Hal he.. Whisk ..'_,-.* Quaker Cloth llnish lit*
Travelers' I'H. tlik bands. la. Hand Scrub* ...8*
ftalr Whisk, wire bound.. ,85* Koap Dotes „...lt>o
Pocket .*. ilsk Id* Mice and Insert Trap* ....lO*
%
The Quaker Delivers Prescriptions
To save yoo Inconvenience we win send a special im****?)-*? ta
rear home, your office or your physician's office for yoar preecrip
tkta. flit th* same and deliver to you promptly without additional
tmt tor*-.
USE YOUR PHONE . „ ■J**" ,a «°
WW*. t WWII ■ ISWISB- leafjppendent 1240.
ton. Included vital* the lowing
dearrtbed boundary in* sad not In
cluded within the present corpora.*
limit* of the City of West BeatUe,
to-wit:
Da-ginning *• the westerly
comer of lllock Number 4_>, of Se
attle Tide l—ttdA, a* the s*_** are
laid out and platted upon th. offl
ctal put thereof on file and of **•*•*
ord la the office of lb* Auditor of
said King County; ■MS la a
south-castrrly direction sionf the
south-westerly boundary tin* of I_>t
S, ol Rlork 4-a, of said Seattle Tld*
Land*, to tha most southerly cor
ner of aald Lot; thence . i.n tin til ng
along aald last mentioned line, pro-
Ida.-*, In the rem* direction to a
point where said line* ruts the ms*
snder line ol Puget Sound; thence
slung Braid meander line la a south
westerly direction to a point due
I north ot the moat westerly corner
of Block Number 14. of Hughes Ad
dition to West Beattl*, according to
the plat thereof filed *nd recorded
In Use office of the Auditor of said
Kjng County; t Setter south lo th*
moat westerly corner of said lllock
It, of Hughes Addition: thence
along the -onth-westerty boundary
line of s- il.l Hughes Addition, la *
so_th-#a*lerly dirartlon. to th*
north- west corner of Five A**r*
Tract Number €3. West Seattle Five
Acr* Tracts, Areordlng to l\* ptat
of said Trad* on file and ot record ,
In the olTic* of the Auditor of said r
King County: thence west to the
north-weet corner ot Tract Number
44, of said Wert Seattle Five Acre
Trart*; thence south to tbe south
west corner of Tract Number 64. of
Spring Hill Villa Tracts, according
to the plat thereof filed and re
corded In the office ot th* Auditor
Of ssld King Cutsnty; thence eaat i
to the north-west corner of Tract 1
Number 61 of the said Spring Hill
Villa Tracts; thenre sooth to the
south-west corner of said Tract
Number f.J.Sprlng Hill Villa Tracts:
thenre Kant to a point where the
east boundary line of Tract Number
H of the said Spring Hill Villa
Tract*, produced north. Intersects
the Section line running between
Section* 11 and 13, Township 21
North, of Range 3 Bast of W. SI.;I
thence sntitb to the south-east cor- ;
ncr of Tract Number tr, of said
Rprtng Hill Villa Tracts; thence
west to the north-east corner of
Tract Number SO of the said Spring
IHU Villa Tracts; thence south to
ihe south-east corner of Tract Num
h«T 41 of tbe said Hprlng Hill Villa :
Tract«t: thence west along the aouth ;
latmndary line of said Tract Number
41, and continuing west along said
line produced, to the center line of
I*ll6l*l Sound, or Admiralty Inlet;
thence southerly along said center
line of said Ptiget Round to a point
where said renter line Intersects the
south line of Section 34, ot Town
ship **4 North, of r. .tsi-.* 2 na.lt. pro
duced west; thence eaat, along said
south line of said Section J5, pro
duced, and along said south line of
salt! Section 3.*. and the south line
of Settlon sa, same Township and
I_tnge, ta the south east rorner of
said Section 36; thence north to the
inn Ui a .u.i corner of tinl south -east i
Quarter of ths south-east -juartar
■BE 14 of BE. .of raectlon It,
same Township and Range j thoae*
west to th* ti'. weal corner of th*
atnttb-west tjuarter of the Booth-
Best quarter tS.W. % ot &W. U)
of aald Section I]; thence north to
the north-west corner of said "sec
tion 13; thence east, along the north
j line of said Section 11. and continu
ing at. along said line produced,
to the Intersection of said line with
th** north »e-,trrly boundary line of
Lot I, of Bio. 42?, of the said
Seattle Tide .rids, thene* north- :
easterly a. .us said last menUoned
! tin* to the west boundary Hoe of ,
th* West Waterway a* ittdlc*t*d I
upon Bald plat of said Seattle Tld* I
Lands; thence north along said j
west boundary tine of said West I
lW*S*rwsy. and said line produced '
north, to th* Outer Harbor Line a* I
rhown upon said plat of said Seat-'
tl* Tld* Lands; thence north 4.*- I
SO* weat to a point where SO' Una •
Intersects he center section tin. el I
Section _, same Township snd
Range, produced north, which point
Is due north of Dwamtab Head; ...
,thence sooth 43 west to a point I
where such line Intern <t* th* j
westerly boundary line of *
Lllock 465. of said Heattle Tide |
land*, produced north-westerly; a
thenre fwoih -easterly, along aald |
•cuth-weeterly boundary line trf
aald Dlock 463, Seattle Tide Lands,
produced, to the place of beginning. I
Thst the polls wtll be open upon I
said September 2Sth, IMI. the day I
Bet for said -<:.•.• ' li-r, 1 «ie" I
'the hours of I o'clock A M. and 1
o'clock P. M. •
That th* following place* at j
which the polls will lie *§** upon
said, day shall be s« follows*.
Kor all those portions of Rlver
side Spring Hill and Mountain
View precinct* Intituled within said
tf rritory bo proposed to hi annexed
to sail city, at the residence ol I
Peter Hanson, in said Rlrerside pre-*
clnrt. said residence being located I
in lllock No. 4, of Banner Tract to I
West Seattle;
Kor all that portion of West Se
attle precinct la aald territory ao I
1 reposed to be annexed to said elty, I
and not Im lu.ied within the preaent
Iwfr-aorat* limit* et said City ot
West Seattle, at Schlatter's Hall, j
situated on Olympic Avenue, la said 1
city;
Kor the City of West Seattle, at
Schlotter"* Halt, tta Olympic Ave-*
nu'* la said city.
Th*' there are hereby appointed X
and designated as the officers at
said election: «
Kor the precinct* .if Rieersld*,'**.
Sprint- Hill and'Mountalai View,b
MH Ilsn-on. inspector, and K. F.B
I.cmooila snd Charles Davis,Judges;* I
Kor that portion of West SeattlgK
Precinct not Included within th*.j
I corporate limits of ____i.l rlty, C. VM
King, Inspector, and IT. IL Nless
end John Schlotter.'Judges;
For the said City of West Seattle*.
C. 1' King, Inspector, and V. R.
Niesa and John Schlotter, Judges. -*-'
COUNCIL OK THK CITY OK WSStI
BKATTLB, King County. Wait..' •
iiigr
0. IL NICOI.U Jdayor.
I Attest; W. U. niCKINSON, .|S
CtU* Clerk. *

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