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He fell In love with Marguerite Searle, and when her mother would not consent to the marriage he felt that the bottom had fallen out of the universe. Mar guerite would not marry him without that consent, and as there was no hope and ho felt he could not live near her and not possess her he went to a point os far distant as be could well get within the limits of the United States. He settled in Scuttle. He was an attractive fellow, and there were attractive girls In the far west, but Olcott considered his heart broken and would have none of them. When told that some day he would for get nil about his youthful love and marry lie declared that he would never marry any one but Marguerite Searle. He was certainly a faithful lover, for he cherished her Image in Ills heart, and though he and she grew out of their youth that Image remained the same. Marguerite married to suit her mother about n year nfter Oleott's departure, but Olcott did not hear of it till long after, and then only that she was married. When, where and to whom he did not learn. Then Oleott's uncle died nnd left him a fortune on condition that he should take the uncle's name, Howe. Olcott accepted the terms and the fortune and went east to manage his estate. He was now forty instead of twenty and began to feel the necessity of a companion. He was expected by the terms of the will to open the manor house, and would need some one to take care of It nnd preside over it. The romance in him had died out, at least he said so, nnd he made up his mind to marry on common sense prin ciples. Some of his friends advised him to choose n woman much younger than himself, since the wife should be younger than the husband, and he would find a girl of twenty much more tractable than a woman of forty. But Olcott—or, rather, Howe, which was now his name—demurred, declaring that he would marry one near Ills own age. Among those to whom he was intro duced ufter his return to the east was a Mrs. Harding, a widow. There was something about her that reminded him of Uls old love. Perhaps this In fluenced him, though he did not ac knowledge it to himself. At any rate lie made up bis mind the first time he saw her that she was the woman lie wanted. He was hurried into n some what precipitate proposal from the fact that she was preparing for a tv/o years' absence In Europe. Howe de termined to stop this If possible and the only way he knew to go about It was to offer her the position he had In mind. "X know," he said to her, "that we have both passed tLnt romantic period where wo think we enn love but once. I confess that my heart was given to another when I was but half my pres ent age, and I have been true In u ro mantic point of view to the girl I loved, and shall always be thus true. But the affection of more mature years is still mine ,o give, and I am told by married r copie that the love of romance in time hardens into a family love that. If less vident. Is far deeper and more enduring. That love I offer you." "I, too," snid the widow, "have pass ed into that stage w hich you describe. I have had one love In which my heart was absolutely engaged and 1 cun never have another such; but I can love ns you say, and If such a love Is acceptable to you It is youre." Howe winced. Ho was quite willing to give a dead love, but when It came to the point he found he preferred a live one in return. ''There is a differ-mce," he snid, ''be tween our cases. )u yours the object of your love Is dead; In mine she inny be living, though. I confess, es to thU I am not Informed. She married years ago, since when I have heard nothing of her." *'You mistake," replied the widow. "My late husband was not the love I re fer to. In my girlhood X loved one whom I could not marry." ''Then," said Howe. "we are quits ng tc these two loves. [Tad wc not better let them remain burled in the dead past nnd devote ourselves to n living pres ent? I confess tbci« old loves, when confronted with new ones, are musty nnd have a sepulchral odor. Dear Mrs. Harding"— ''Call me Marguerite," she whispered, letting her head fall on his breast. "Marguerite?" he asked, starting. "Yes; Marguerite." "Marguerite Searle Ï" "I was Marguerite Searle." "And I am''— "Anthony Olcott." "You knew me?" "From the first. A woman's love Is not a man's, to forget ev.in the slightest j trait, a tone of voice, a step, n look of j the eye. She treasures these In her heart, and when they come to her again nfter years of absence, though dis guised, they have for her the same rbann ns of old." "Marguerite, forgive me for not— true, you reminded we of yourself, but I confess"— j "There Is nothing to forgive you for unless It Is for being u man. Men can not retain what is so enduring In wo man." ! "But It was you, not I, who"— "Yes; I obeyed tuy parents, though H cost me more than It cost you. In this you men have the advantage of us wo men. You are stronger aqd loss emo tional. But when It comes to true love v.-e are far more fervent and enduring." After all. Anthony O'cott Howe con cluded that there Is a romance lu love that neither time nor argument cab «radicate. a iCCOLD ACKERMAN. Subscribe for The Tribune. 'ma — For DrunUnnts*.Opium. I /\4 T M9r P hin0 and j I WrTWolher Drug using. ■ w the Tobacco Habit m and Neurasthenie. ure ZACHARY TAYLOR'S TOMB. ' THE KEEIEY INSTITUTE, p.mjtnc» Dwight. Ill» It to I Is a ng Is of '•/. Taylor. Dkd 1850." That Is the Inscription on the tomb of Zachary Taylor, twelfth president of the United States. A correspondent' who recently visited the tomb of "Old Rough and Ready" says for over half a century it has lacked the care or a kindly hand and is fast falliDg into decay. Apparently nobody cares. 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Sunday School lOii.m; morning service II o'clock. Christian En deavor nt (1:30 p. m. Evening service at ,:3U. t Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. M. E. CHURCH—Rev. C. T. Cook Pastor. | Services every Sunday evening ut. :30o clock ; and every otlier Sunday morning at 11 oelook. Sunday School at 10 «. m.i Jr. League at■ '5:1ft m. and Sr. League at <1:30 p. ni. Prny •etlng every Friday evening at o'clock, at the Church. j 7:30 er GERMAN M. E. CHURCH— Rev. J. M. Henman, Pastor. Preaching every other Sunday ut II a. ui. Sunday School every Sunday a 10 a. in. In the Advent Church. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, Nov. 10, 1003. A sufficient contest affidavit having been died In this office by Richard B. Ford, of Athol. Idaho, contestant, against home stead entry No. 3008. made March 1. 11102. for E'i SW 1 -, & Lots 3 & 4. of Sec 18, Tp A3 N. R 4 ■ ï, m. by David P. Simpson, Contestée. In htcli It (s alleged that said David P. Simp son wholly abandoned said land and changed Ills residence therefrom for rnoro than six months since making said entry and next prior to the date herein. That said tract is not settled upon and cultivated by said par ty us required by law. and that said alleged absence from said land was not duo to Ills I employment In the Army. Navy or Marine I Corps of the United States during the war | with Spain or during any other war In which the United States may be engaged, either us I a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine. Said parties are hereby notified to uppeur. j respond and offer evidence touching said al legatlon ut 10 o'clock a. m on Feb. 3rd. 1904 ! before the Register ami Receiver at the Unit ed States LandOfflec in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho The said contestant having. In proper affidavit, filed December 2 1003. set. set forth facts which show thut after due diligence personul service of this notice can not he made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper pub llcution. I). H. BUDLONG, Register. Dec. 4 to Jun, 8-04. To improve the appetite and stren gthen the digestion, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ' : Tf ess ,..„e ai, ix' ■ y It YOU Want to get tlio official ' Tablets, Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich, says, "They restored my appe tite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant n a he and satisfactory movement of the bowels. There art; poople in this community who need just such a medicine. For sale by Dr. F. Wenz. Every box warranted. ♦ news of Kootenai county, as well as the local, personal and gener al news, every week, you ought to have the Thimine by i j all means, fl.OO per year, o0c for 0 months. 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V. e m.k. » lnrge and vnVied line RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS Raging in price from / * $2.50 to $150.00 \ of Sold br all dealer*. Our catalog Tvn han ti* Y/ eTer7 on * intoreatSl 1>U. Send for a copy. i should be In in SHOOT J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., P. O. BOX 3091 CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. UMBER LAND Act JUNE 8, 18ÎI, Notice for Publication. United States Land Office. Oaear d'Alen* Idaho. October IS, mw, ' Notice Is hereby given that in coraDlIatiea with the provisions of the act of G'oncraaa Af June a 1878, entitled "An act for the sal« X# timber lands In the States of California, Ore! (ton. Nevada and Washington Territory " ». extended to all the Public Lund StatL hî uct of August 4. 18112. THOMAS ROSSELL of Belhfiove. county of Kootenai, state of Idaho, has this day Hied In this office his sworn statement No. 14(12. for the purchase „5 the S!» NWf*. & Lots ah 4 of Section No 4. Township No. S3 n, range 2 w b u' and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural par! poses, and to e»tabllsh her claim to said land before Register and Receiver at Coeur" d'Alene. Idaho on Monduy, the 4th dav of January, 1904. 1 * He naines as witnesses: Fred Russell William Brown. Frank Adams and Thomas Kevlls, all of Athol, Idaho. ' Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described Hinds are leuuusted to file their claims In this office on or bufniü said 4th day of January. 1904. * D. H. BUDLONQ. Register, J t | ; Oot23-Dec25-OJ j TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878. —Notice for Publication.— United states Land Office. Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. Oct. 20, 1903. Notice Is hereby given thut In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress 'of June 3,1878, entitled "An act for Hie sale'of timber lands In the States of California. Ore gon. Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud st ales bv act of August 4. 1802. ERNEST BELOER, of Bpo kaue, county of Spokuno, »tute of Washing ton, has this day Hied in this office hi» sworn statement No. 1487, for the purchase of the SES4 of section No. 12 In Tp. No &j north, range No. 4 w h m, a n d will offer proof to showthut thelund sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register und Reoelver of this office at Coeur d'Alene, Iduho Monday, the 11th day of January, 1004. He niimos us witnesses: William E. Stanger of Spokane. Wash.; John Lyons of Rat lid rum Idaho; Fred F. Campbell and Nicholas Bane» both of Spirit Luke, Idaho. " Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands ure repeated to tile their claims In this office on or he- or» said lltli day of January 11KM. D. II. BlUn-ONu 030-Jnyl-04 Register. 4 I I | U. S. Lund Office. Cœur d'Alene, Idaho I November 12 1903 ' Notice 1» hereby given that the Santa j Pacific U. R. Co., by Dorlon Mihllls Its Attor nev In fact whose Post Office add raw Is Snok ! aue. AVasb.. 221 Rookery, has made AddIIcu tion to select under the Act of June 4, 1897 ,30 Stats.. 3(1) the following described traut to-wlt: S'4 NEH sec. 22. Tp. KIN R ft W B M. Within the next 30 day» from the date here of protests or contest against the selection on the ground that the luud described, any portion thereof. Is more valuable for It» minerals than for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the Commissioner of the General Land Office. D. A. BUDLONG, Register. on FOREST LIEU SELECTION. Fe or Nov20-Iiec23-03 CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office. Cœur d'Alene, Idaho. October 26, 1903. A .sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by JOEL F. NUGENT, of Athol. Idaho, contestant, against, homestead entry No. 3193. made June 23. 1900, for EtiueU N'iSEV Sec. 28. Tp. 64 n. range 11VB M., by I' rank It. Lewis. Contestée. In which It Is al leged that said en try man has not resided on said land for the past 18 months und never made any improvements on or cultivated Ion of said land, that said alleged absence from said land was not duo to his employment in the Army. Navy or Marini Corps of the United State» during the w:u with jSpain or during any oth«r war In whlcl the united States may he engaged, either as a private soldier, officer, soumuii or marine Suhl parties are hereby notified to uppeur respond and offer evidence touching said si iegutlon at 10 o'clock a. m. on February 5.1994 before the Register and Receiver at the Unit ed States Land Officoln Coeur d'Alene, Idaln rhe said contestant having. In a prone ' affidavit, tiled Nov. 27, 11KB. set forth facts : which show that after due diligence persons service of this notice can not be made. It 1, y nerehy ordered and directed that such notice ' be given by due and proper publication. Dee4toJan8-04 I). N. BUDLONG, Register. a a any port TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 18X8 — Notice fur Publication.— United Stales Land Office, Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. November 30,19u3. Not le is hereby given that In romplinux .. i with the provisions of the not of Congres- of j fun« ä, 187H. entitled "An act for the salr of timber lauds in the States of California. On* gon. Nevada, and Washington territory," extendeu to all the Publ ic Land States bv act of August 4. mi, KUGENE DENZEL*, of Spokane, county of Spokane, state of Wash ington, lias this day filed In this ofike his sworn statement No. 1511. for the purchase °f, tje »^4 of Section No, 2 in Town ship IN umber A) north, range Number t w b m. and will offer proof to snow that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or sionc than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before c-he Keg is ter and Receiver of tills office at Coeur d A jene. Idaho, on Monday, the 8th day of February, 1904. He names ■ ; , witnesses: Harry Williams. Samuel F. Craig and .lame» Watson, allot Ramsey. Idaho; Adolph L. lluppertcu, of Coeur d Aleue, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming :i (I v e r s d y the above-clesc r 1 b e a lands are requested to Hie their claims In this office on or before said 8th duy of rebrunry. 1004. D. H. BUDLONG, Dec 4-03 to Feb. 6-04 Register. Notice of Publication. N otice is hereby oiven that on thekath day of January, 1904, at Riith oriiiu. ( oiinty of Kontcuul, State of Idaho, proof will be sub-submitted of the comple tion of wo, ks for the diversion of one-sixth ciunc feet pur scoond of the water» of a spring II I Sec. 17, tp. 51 N„ R. ft \V„ In accord ance w Ith the terms and conditions of a cer tain permit heretofore Issued by the Stute Engineer of the State of Idaho: ï \ 3i* u ' na . n ! e o? the person or corporation holding said permit Is GUST i'ETERS. 2 The post office address of such person It Hauser, (Jounty of Kootenai, State of Idaho 3 The number of such permit Is 41, and lb date set for the completion of such work I February 19. 1994. 4 Said water is to he used for domestic pu poses. . 1° 4,k*i^ W( ? r ks of divciMlon will be fully con pitnecl on the dut« set for such eompietlo and the amount of water which »aid ^ are eapsible of conducting to the place of i tended use, in accordance with the pit* accompanying the application for such jv mit, 1» 1-C cubic feet per second. Dec. 4 to Dec. 25-1903. wor lodge meetings. Following are the meeting times the fraternal organizations of Ra. drum at Fraternal Hall: Mondays: Royal Neighbors, 1 and Rebekahs, 2 and 4. Tuesdajs, Knights of Pythias. Wednesdays, Masons. Lady Maccabees, 1 an Thursdays, Ruthhone Sisters, i Fridays, 1. O. O. F. Saturdays, M. W. of A. 1 and 3. Foresters 2 and 4. G. A. R. 2nd. 1 p. m. Womans' Relief Corps.