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TWICE-A-WEEK
PLAIN DEALER
TUESDAY, MARCH, 30, 1909
BY MEAD PUBLISHING Co!
Otf^Tgl^P^per ol, li|y apd Cou'ti
SeNATE.fAKE? A HAND IN RE
S I IV E E IS A I O N
HAIML' Bill IS ADOPTED
Prohibits'&)6 t''Machjft^s-and Selling
C^artceS on Anything'
OfValire. •I'W
iSnla.,,: -:..i i!-i .'(.liilJ'jf. -j.ii
"Des' Mofn^s.—Thfe sen£ities'likSr tSk^fr
a hrind'.ta restrictive ibgisiattoii:: The1
HatiylU',bHl
'Whieh'will1
rewrite theen-i.
tire• 'anti-gambling'
-lav was adopted
The bill prohibits gambling of any
sort—even, slot machines—and sell
ln£ chains oh 'ianytlil6'^1Jt6f'1'*VkluW.
Uhiter1 th'e'1Y&vf 'Uilt' 'kiiy'1 frei'sbii'' don1''
dudtiiig or being1
Jlriti!rt!Sted
itt •oaf-
game OfchanCfe fOr tiiori6y' wi)i toff
liable! to a fine of fromi.$100vto fl,0Q0
and.'any perBon :leasing!..pfOpertyfor
gambling bouses .Is subject
verep,enalty Any person winning
anyimquey or.
valuable thing from ap-.
other by u8e of any( "brace" ..game,'
marked' cards, 1bade&.'"dW,' or' aiy!
confidence gaiqe Wi^ he giiijiy^f'fM
ony and litfbie tb' lmprikbtirtieht
penlteirtifery! Th^ 'wiiicitiatlota 'of- any
p4rs6A:itt eirtera G-atahiiiig house Cor.
the purpose of gambling will:-bei A:
dismeanor. Any gambling apparatus
will be declared a-ptfbNc'.'nuisance and
thes. pfficens of the
ed, ,to .seize.such, .apparatus. ,., •W.^Jck
shall be destroyed by order of court.
1" is made the duty of officers to keep
plalSnrtfflmr tfffifbTttfg -m miBtieuted
untoi*^ra»vetieBO»-i«m*reaid-4toeiB™flei
any occasion when it Is believed
ga&biing is in progress.
Reiortea for Passage,
Representative CaMpeVtiill^ttu^
ing' for legislative committee or five
to Jfvlsit Mil state
the dat^' of tl^e genera^ ^eption .and
the contrening" of" the' le'g'islatiire"' has
begn r^pof tpd -fqif paspflg^ byaV^S
ways and means committee of tlie
lorter h|use. It provider that the govr
ertfor shalL jmnoint- Ave representa
tivjs ai^d' seirator-eleirt' aB^a ^Bpeeial
cotpmlttie to visit all state institu
tions and be ready with a report
eawy li£ the session. The bill is an
oufgrowth of the controversy at the
beginning of this session as to
wt^therl separate committees should
beSjappointed to visit each Institution,
fo® the present session by the appoint
m&t of a
each of| th
an|VjO|i|r state in'sitution about which
the jSfilJ
ropriatlons committees desir
edi^pteiation
AfjfAHv|
Htw-siave-TKntier
To^^itiate some state movement
th^t" would put a Sb^^&t^I fcftofe
wlf*tSQs|ve trafflc^-J^i^^
(fti''
of ^OtSumwa, a weir-Sriowtf^e'itori
ha^ coifie to Des
Governor Carroll
inp.M* j^rork. Pi
hafeWefi making
sltfyg^^ffic in Icjy^'^hd lh^
of^b$^rho are th:
•e
icks
ite
1(ber
•, traffic
yefctly. Because fee fias cone to
realise |bat an enohn^us number of
yo^g"! women in Iow^ jare'Juredl from
huqes |n the countr^r'l intpAliTes of
sh|me„. in cities like Des Motors,' Chi
cafti/ binaha and Deijveivv.lHr. Hicks
jWhen
beli^y^d that the tiihi^ has QL
th|ne^s|ould be an. ironel^ kkV\Upon
th^vta^ite books ^j$6wa4ll^prould
m4lre*.a!'promoter oil-MldP.ii Srifflc a
prfc**^ for life, jgf
p' ?. —r* ~n &W
CtWrolj? Board Waiting.
frMaj members of con
trolLaji^ the heads of tbe^late insti
tulimra binder the management of the
]i(3) l|av6' adopted a waiting gameT
Othei? BMttods have Ireeh critic
nfeWfiefrf dr tfieJ Je^s
Jffifemag^^gepf
anSt.eV(n of cruelty have been told,
thjfi^e i^M^b£irto.
tosdwEfeiid themselves. The head of ev
ei|'^B&^e institution under the board
is
1
attending the quarterly meetings,
R|^klnBl lfJ k^iorted %KT
JTM ,commluee? fc(n: ^jippressiop. zOl
Iweritpe
I
i--*1 rv
a speech for thelitis and was follow-,

e|i
to
.-40rs 'aid asfc&d .that rthe senate Jy'ttte
•i. *o a iap
t'+th&' afittS 4»hvhi Ibw&'on
the roll call the Moon bills received
just what" had Wen conceded them—
the democratic vote. The republicans
VWetl'for Senator Peterson's motion
to "approve"
the report of "the commit
tee on elections recommending in
definite postponement of the bills.
H^wwtoiHaBrith^afr^BHrllBe'tim mrt'^cn"
ator White of the Iowa-Johospp coun
ty,' ffi&trlci iyere
*Ad9itiJiu-al
the democrats' ab-,
sehf 'fend ,Sehatbr4' gmith 'oit
Bfttce:UM SWeleJ' were'tlife' tn^e' f6'-1
publicans not in atteHdsitrC^
trhi(r
'W
ithe first stEictly- j^arty measure to 'be
Wteft.JWMI :R th« IOWA 8^natq., ttpF)pg
thf present,legislative v»':boC
pbWfeta ''tfe 'tB 'ii^giffe!n'.passed
to cities- niide'r the commission plan
'of^gpterntn'ent as: the result 'of /the
'PW£««ra:.of,-Jth,e. Dpwell hill-/which went
"tbrflughj^he, ^ate.,aqd wiilv.be .push
'ed ..throjigh.^tjhe .Ijouse' wlth .^s little
•^delay as. p'^slble., l[he. measure is
the'bne 'fr&mea ty 6i'ty Solicitor
Brennan arid gives thte .citiea .of Dei
"Mpiqes aad: Cedar.. Bapids, inow: the
'only ones jtRfcF tl^e,, commiasioa iplan,,
oJ,:U°vthe
u^At-.„n.»a.,N.iia «a4vtbe^gtrL'eti ear'
Senator Ream
jnstitu'Utt8V?dt)i
r.igbt ,|»|
Jjeyy* .taxw,
"fo.r the ,pr°t.e tJ[on of th^j^ty, ,afainst
.floods, to lease c|t^ prtyjep.tv. for one
^year, to create' a permanenf niainte-'
inaiice .fund foe cemeteries,- to .ie'vy an
.addi.tiqnjal park f«nd: tax qf ,1% -. millsr
W I S pa in
T)ri^g«s ,tp,, assess .ajgai^t,, h^
street ca^.cjjjnp.^efi the cost of. tbe
'part fit trWges. used by the cars]
rei
joice^l .when., the .senate passed the
D0#M' "bin:' whitli''.proViies fqt air
brakes' bn1 Ml' 'ddijfele' t^uck 'street cars
aitftfgfv&a' fte -cbiiipaflilei^ntil 'J'ahuii'j
1,1814, to' fltlfsh the equipti'lhg"bf tlie
last one-third of the cars now in ser
•vla&i..AH «OF'^^^pu^•c^^ttBed^ sirtmequeTit^'
jolced .whe
v'
er house must have air brakeprrfbe
bill was introduced at the reqftefet-of
introduced another
treasure that is o^P^iqtere^t' to^organ-,
ize'd labor. It proving /that aSij road..
pfljiJT\lways sliall be e({i£p^ed
headlights powerful
eqi^pped
eng^s
with headlights powi
allow the engineer to«M£istingiifety7 ob
^Jects 1,200 feet in advance of the lo
comotive. It wag referred to the com-4'
mlttee on railroads.
enoufclivto
The senate having removed the word
"knowingly" from the statute prohib
iting the sale of liquor to persons whe
have been inmates of an instltiitioii
for inebriates. Senator Moon now/*oiTl
fers a bill Intended to give soine^ji&
tection to the Jiguor dealer, fixing
fine from $25 to $100 foi
the sale is forbidden. To put an enc
aingi^ J-tt'jrtHlt fa-~some of the metbids used to trai
$200 is attached to tne mlsdemeanoi
of inducing any person to purchase
to whom the sale is forbidden
.-LMa.Criticism From. House^,
The lower house of the legislature
has. refused to adopt—resolutions pre
sented by the ^prtprl^tlonatfommit'
tee'eensuring t^go^qpj^^-.hoards ot
the state universlW-^and state normal
school for bu ildirig -'expensive /home
for the. presidents v.ithqut askf^g per
mision of the, 16gl|lature. Instead th«
house, by unanifnous yHe, Instructec
Speaker Fefely' tq appoint-a specia'
coirimittee of five
tiajr ^eii'.STg ill svroltri^f sho^ffcste^ict
[email protected]& fir-pateage -ftaotf
lf^oH^dl providing for the appolnt
nypt^By the governor of two state
caanayloners whose duty it shall be
tdjjfecr$t out and prosecute violations'
oft €ne jjiquor laws.
cmtrpry to- expectations the bill
si^pported' bjr all factions of %the
eijuice and prolji^^fori^qrces.
«r\g
NlrW^'lj-lfera" Learn Tbelr- Fatei
senate parens committee re
[verse to clemency-^or njie of
ti^^leven .convicts .who aske4 fq»
pirole,'- wai adopted by the senate.
Tpis leaves but two caWes not dlt^
posed jf. Some of those whose appl|
citlonsi were rejected will proH^biy
appeal to the parole board and' g(over-/
ner sopn. 'v
%/e\,
Must 0»Hver Bupmi. ... ......... ..
§The'|pkbney bill compelling express
press oQtce?
companies to
£d df
ajid over
c««.{jo»e i*air •Kllleil.
jSerngtor Moou held
If
1Jto
-investigate th«
facts and report'baick to the.lhouse.
Can't Sell Beer Even WJPapa^Aflreea.
The Iowa supreme court ga,ye the
liquor laws anbther1. new 'twistWhich
will add to the troubles of the reg
istered pharmacists, ijfn a Polk county
case, that of Sharp Against Davis, the
defendant resisted: gp .injunijtion on
the ground that 1n sfelling Ilqqor, to a
minor he had 'the wntt^n consent ol
the boy's father!. Th'6t ciurt, ^iv a de
cision by Judge fiya^-ho^s vthat this
is no protection to fhe permit holder
r-a? work less .than 125 days rt,
$daj-lafad $l,606'.tf'eaf
•practitionei's
heard!
•V'
nt OeU Increase.
the Boe bill in-
Vj(terli»ry Departmen
|The liouse
cieasiie the appropriation fqr the
stkte Veterinary departmetit. fojrm' $7,
6£0 to ^$15,000 and gtvii/^ tbe vdepart
nfent mother clerk.{ wilij gr,eatly
f^cilltsfe the departmentv4ri iM^hting
tuberculosis, hog cholera „an^ other
animal| diseases.
8T«TB
^8°ft
sunn^rt of
ll® democratic mincrity in 'the sen^
afe for bis Oregon plan bills. Jle made
*m i«miiwiTHntaaa» niwim ii«'i»i HioMKnii
f^r'-otl]SrB.:
Invostlgate
Both the senate-ranfl -house passec
tbe resolution for a commission ,to in
vSt^aS^- wiiet&'riihe^ jud®S ^ia-
^jred"Jc?
tjie nJ»"«ber
Jud^
c/Air-i
Chlropracticr Examiners.
rik tfifrdr fiilt b£ U&preaintaS
Hi £1
ver-Wil­
ier, creating a board, pf, chirop£™tc
examiners and recogriifr.tng 'cli*rJpV5c.
tic doctors was considered and three
-practitioners •of--tWs —schtroi—wmt
•I'vi
Can't |Drlve on East 8lde of Rodda.
It is now against the law for a per
son tp drive on the
northiand south roq^^i^^.
of a4 east and
same has been lsn'V 'dr
\pr fr zen.
/the I ilghway
house after
days ago. The^p^^^^
•carefi ly which
occupying. The .bE
drag^ngof roads and
for it
OHIO, PJTV OK I
IjOOAS'VUJXTV.TOLEDO,("
I.fheney mikra oath thai. h« fenlor
HIP
firm of Chpnpy &
Krant
part.ni-r
Sold by aU Drugglsti, 7to.
Take Ball's
I!o„
(lolnp
Add.
1.
sute Hfo-eHalrt. and thai rnld linn will pay thi
sum or ONB BUMDtiKD
DOI.LAKS
f„r
and every oa»e of Patorrb that cannot be tinted
by the use of Hall's Catarrh rure.
FRANK J. ORKNEY.
kwom io before me and subscribed tn my
preienoe. thlsfltb day
of December.
A.
1). 1886.
A. W. OLB^SQK.^.
&
Jr^OHlfca,
fHit» (UrniMy, on Um blond and.muam
of the system. Send for tPitlmonlals free.
BUrfitWH
Novelized
^8 tbe.Tq,n)aq.qud .the gi^a\eft tM%.
room, thp jjJMI rja.uc}im4fl, ,paps,ed.. Qt. yi§l
doorway lending to the kltclien 'to'tid
vlBe 'hlis son-ln-lhtt- earnestly i1-'^ 'low
be el
The tJiio youug people ,w-ere. leffcj
ialan.e in the rqqin jn -whiql), tfeo.v.
so many !mi»p,v hours ,to.f fage,
a crisis in their lives. Tlie day which
had begun so-sunnily'-was "to!end'. Ill
darkest cloud?... .The a\t:f,ul 1
aceusntloil
Vas incred.ihlfi to Echo, Her,fnJtlb,lu'
her.,iivsjj,an^, was-not sb^liL^i|t, -Xjijplci'
she felt, co^ p^plaln, ..Bui juo^matter
what the outcome might be. she woull
be loyal to. the Wait she lorefl( fQni this!
paint ."8he,£elt:.wh9ily icwiiiaeut- ,j|Sud«
She Bqfc pleiUspd': her. fai.t}f atv(^e jnair-,,
'riage altar?
JacUi1" A yolupae of questions was
'In the word/Taking her hnnds in his
and looking.-«earchiugls..'irnto lififc ejseSJ
he said i:. !!., 'j.iii'.
'•'Before tei| .you, what's llVe.q 0P 'ipy.,
mind these many \veeks want to.^old.
you in my,: ,arms .and jiear you say.'
'Jack, I Relieve iji yoii.',1
Echo pVit' ber arms about his neck
audi, pestling close to., his. .Ureaet..
clared:, I. clo believe tn' you,, liq in at-'
$eil'^i)4f'^Irda°ji£si^:nSe81 mpy,' be ajsainst'
'yoii: Jio: ltia^ffer'if'frif ^h6l'VvorIdJciiiis'
lyon
g^iilty,' 1 believe' in ybtil'lindl'loveIJ
lyou."-,. "i•- 'i
IS AuVOli' C. Jl ii v_ '*-J ii O
Jack did not dare look at his wife.
He sat with his face white and plash
ed with anguish.
The young wife groaned"'in her ago
-ay... Ili£.Jjlow -had-faHeftr—Dlolt .ftllvo,
and she now the wife of another man!
What of her promise?.,.What must he
think of her?
"I didn't know ifctttfttf'a'ftefe'we were
engaged," puraned JSifeft.'X'six months.
It was the wy-lquest^ited you about
whether you wqpld l^pf^ttr promise
to Dick if hef IRanted to
tell you then :|rat/thft tsltttjg meant
that I should lose'^yoU. (ililjwrote to
me from Mexico,, where liq^bad been
in the hospital. He was todii^g home.
He inclosed this letted to".youi$\,
Jack drew from hls potlket t)i^: letter
which Dick had taqlqsed |ln^j$e one
which he had sent.Jnck1 telling Tiim of
is os
She took the' missive .mechanically
and opened It fejq^'liy:'
"I wanted Wfijie square with him,
but I loved yoi^'" ipleaddi Jack. "I
loved you betteif than life,| better than
honoc. I couljiil,'triqse yquy., ahd so"—
Caiirt nepertera Will Get More. J-KliatJlfi.JliVSttlllnJt-PX.bei:, Sllf! had
His words xSu^Jmi ^ihMig ears.
She was not listealhg'tqfSls pleadlngs.
Her thoughts dwelt on Dick Lane and
taken refuge at the plqiio, on
]sh'^ .Kq%^4 wttbrq'Xerau
ffTO nWied to
face hJit
Sis hailaK
'^XeSj'V .hejcouIe'saed^C^lHe.ji^gierfii^
dlfeht ^We^W^rfe' rhiuVlea: 't^ifieriila"
he na.d borrowed from me when he
went away."
I ^orror3str®k^lAo, WiBed.to^ljtf^
"He vus thereJ:hut night?" she gasp
ied^C/ioif.l'JacW .YbiinUnewJ.fiyd
"WKar'did you get -titbit •money
never told me. I had glKen: iny -W/jrjJ
to murry him. You,' knowing thaC
have done this thing jto \ineoiHer
eep emotion showed Itself In her
ice. The more a ck ..{0ld£ b&i(- 4 he'
rse became her plight..
|1 loved you." Jaekvw'a» dJ»feridin£
Jfijpiiself now. fighting, fpr ble tlwea
rj^i^DId Dick believe knew" lie "was
-UVingV" continued the girl ,Oipr^ile^sy'^
j' "He must have done so."
"Jack, Jack!" aubbed 1fia£o, .teitrS
streaming down her fuce.
"What coiild I do? 1 was almost
mad with fear of loslug you., I was
tempted to kill him then tfMP'iR&e.
41
I left your father to guard the door~
to keep him out until after the cerc
mony"
Jack could scarcely control bis voice.
s%MD'
"My father, too!" walled Echo.
-"Ha tb0Mgllt..Qfll£. Of your banni
ness," Jack exclaimed.
"What of
Dldj&^Wbei
"He's goneifiiftflfrftffdffe iffimiiti iifffF is
gone out of our lives forever," cried
i\':.iiTO)HT P.
Edmund Day's
By J®HN 'M|URStAV
A
*9tc 'jutmmnmm
topyrlfht, 10O8, by G. W. DflHntfham Co.
1 ,*1. i-'i ii%r[
(i
i'iv yij'iy
,i Jtifk.Seatt1il'UiiJiself iib tJie'Jtttbl*''anil'
.drew, his wife flown. b'esidefhim.:.vPut.-i
,tlnp ills arms about her (is slJ(VlineJf
JifiMaJiUu—lje.. iwjrAiH«!ijL.riqu'
wife, a wife of the west, as"fair as ltn
gasped Echo, starting back from him,
^thinking that Jack- was '^atjput to*con
ifefs thatf.un'der Sonie'straiige s^ej&liof
clrcunistan?.^§ lieM^d^tia-id^he ^gjpi
i^ent
"Xo.-' it Isn'tdthat," hastily anfrfrer
Jfrek.--wltU ip-shudder ar the^idei
inll
I I A
QH
Lied to
fllsmax..
vne—you?" cried Echo in
"l^ve' lieeli a llving lK'foF mon'tl&s?'
relentlessly continued Jack, nerving
hiqiselfafor the oraealflthrough whlojtf
bei,^pul^.haw t^pa^"3?
"jack," w^ille^Eej^," sinking froi
Vtihd oi£*heiR^&s,^&v«6ig her fi
•with ner rhands.
"It's about Dick."
/E^o^tarted. iAgalp, Dtok,JJinp^ haf
iarWen ris-frotn oiit' tlie' grave".-x •A
"What of him?" she asked, rising to
^rjeetjaiui. mov^s^^ay^romJilnv
maQz.xm
i'. A.^ O ViA *3 V3.£
Mclotlrama
wd,i
bellfif.jtli/Jf I.fiiii'iS -liini tq li
rtccuspd'the wife.
lmt will not a man Co to keep the
wqmin he lqveV?r Dick. IliineUins •gone'
fWflR rrtWr I Jives He \v:ljli,, nt vler, v/re»:i
turp^ii^ufld.^a,^,,,,
,,.M
Usi
1
spoke..
.. Ja^fr
rapid beat
mouu.yM nni
fnpTk
., .,.
"He must!" 'screamed ..{Sclio,.,, "Tjjerp,.
is crime chnnjed agiiiiist"you. He
'mdstur!e*iirii"to^|iltovo! itliiit' ,viHH, .fetbi'.v'
as.-
-to 'me." .• Firmly she
,giJzhd'!A't' shW'
In' tear.' 'ciiiikHi'g-'
ly he cried again.'"'"TwtiJ iove: him!""-1
"I don!t''know,. A-ll kuow IS that
he lias suffered,
is siilT( rlng now,,
''"'tin,ug'h 'y'ou£
ifeaciiei-y ISriug'
tilfiir' teto i9c to1me:
tlliit 1 may stand
...ifa^eitq.ftipe vfltU
luqi ?w^,v?w:'n7
./jjay^. nqt.lie^ to,
.'"',vou. "j': have riot'
Del ray ed "your"'
"'foil ibvtftiim,"'
'he'i'^rtjated:--'"!
i:
^laind,.! -Mna-i
bilnt^iliu back."
wna.ihalpit
'CSS, speechless
^Ecjio^ ^aitit,ude.
v^^afhSLer-'i^"
The wife stag
Ker^ff.^ugain to
"ie piimp. slowly
sinking ?to the
seat. She had
a
she hniJ-sp«eeti:"
Her face was buried in her hands.
Jack followed her to take her again
in his arms, but she made no sijjn of
forgiveness. ,vPurningriie stfcodeHo the
^to^^wfjiiii^.hat' ana^tai^
P&king, ,ups. his rifle, he"
Ij^gg^nredStil will^o..~3.Ul^te&rcfc
the plains, the mountains and the des
erta_to find this man. I will offer m.v
*you love "beside you. Goodby."'
The sound of the closing of the door
JousejlvEc hpv to' 0 r^jUzatjOTr of
what she had" done. she~ha8 driven
the one man she really loved out of
jter jllffc-tflenf! him) f^t^jto wau3jer
'over"*thV fide 'o'f the earth in search ot
Di^k_ Lane^ for^j^ojn slie no longer
cared. She must bi"ing~lier busljifiTd'
back. She must tell him that he
alone had her heart in his keeping.
"No, no. Jack!- 'Come back!" she
called. "I love you ami you alone!
Come back! Come'back!"
Before she could throw open the
door and summon hiui back to happi
ness and/ trust Bud, who had heard
the full cohfession from.the room in
which h£ :had .taken refuge, when he
thought Buck would t-hrby^-the blame
on Jack, caught lier by. tlie arm.
"Stop!" he commanded.
"Bud Lane!" exclaimed Echo. "You
have heard"—
"I've heard-*~,jny brother—he is
a
Bud spoke rapidly. His belief was
confirmed. He''•would have full re
venge for what'bis broth^j.bad suf
fered at Payson'B hands.':: K::.
To Echo's Rliea dif "Don't^^op me!'.'
he shouted &No!" and caught the
young wife and.jpjydHed'- her. back from
the doorway. Echo" struggled to free
herself, but the young man was too
etvoD
hiB^ ruined Dick's, llfe. st
from ,him the is-omau he loved!" he
0b8i«*Jtf .".11 J" :j
"JflcJkL. Jacli-i" was her_ -oniy-.-au,-
J. .*.i -A. .vi.JL
)i^.«^q!^'cotne back!.filipf
A ve' let "Trfj' brother gt—oUfot'
yourMfe- toreveij!"
"'Tcan*tM cant! I love him!"
Throwing Bud off, she ran to the
.dppKp^, j^iidnrpulled his revolver and
cneaV""IfAhe enters that dspril'U£klU(
puteUlg -^{laJieard Jack -txiqaiffng,
!*Bcho."ftho,'JyOTi called 2
Ij?t§tj!f3'jhand on the kiob to
open the door wheu shfr 'ifeaiki -tie
click t»s^hi# pistol's hammer as Bud
i«fB qi(T
"th a prayer in her eyes she looked
at the young man. He was obdurate.
Nothing could move "him!
Turning, sjje.shrieked: "No I did not
«r*\
Mrs, AUenv hearing Echo's calls, has
Tdneii^iW Tnim th'e Itit'oiipn. She found
lier— daughter-sobbing- at—the-table.
!'W|iat is .flip mpfter. jihi^,?? ,.
I Theii, rtufnftigi -to, Cfud/ 'SBe fiercely
e.^ateiLcfl£ «Uli»^Ji'Eai£Ut,1haxk-yi
been sayin' to her?'
"^othin^'/he replifd' as'.^iie'lieft' iSe'*.
6
Oh "tab'tneV, Mother!" wr.iled Ech6i'
'Jaqfc^rJ Jmye-sent liiip q»:ny." uv,. v.
"Sent him away?".',.repeated. jth,e
(startled,Mps.,Allen.
"Ye'sj" assured fcJclio.
VYoii don't', niean. tb say. he: ls.^uilt^l
j—you
ttlP 11HHHioVr--,, Slai. must' vknow:
thSl?}y.''.v
Y,0W,i/)\yj) :lilis/tlie ilie.Vtbat
separiitpn us." .... .,
"Von love him—you .love him!" Jack.
kc»f»t"!ri4^ittni!!' fh-e' -vf ordS,' tfglia^t '-aV
the) Rnnvl«d)rtittiii't Bebo secftied'toiW'1
foffflus lipnfl' htoi. r.ii'uiviiiA, v.ii
"Bring hirt'-bVcl
don't mew!'r-/.: ,m-j lh
"No,j nflJ'^.ipterrupte^-j^fho. "Oh.
I never thought of that! He must
*oni6 back: Call-idad -call Slltt^- sioM-
Echo hadifoi-got'ten: Jack's.Iprooilse'
to SUin.' He, .too.iin 'hja. iieriod of
stress had overlooked the fpet that he(
wais'a' suspected' nith-dener:"iiKloW''fie!
|iad fifed.''^He^mu^t- be broiight'IBiacK'
to clear Ills good ur^e. U.
Mrs. Allen called*er. husband (ind,
the ^h'ei'liT iiltbytW4-66nV.'
"What's the row?"
•fff.
"Jqqlc's gong!" cried Jill's. Allen,
in' aniftieweiit fh6',1tVo 'uitfil" coilld'"
onljr reiiea't'tihie ne'w^,"6biiei!' r.-am
"GorVe ^There-?''' drisply domnnrte^
the sheriff.
"Don't stand there, starin" do some
if:"'MPAiWAf-'iiirW"'ifim«•
shouted ttfe'-sher-'
A aiTi.'
thiriV"'ScMa^'T\ttsv ^lli ii:
"iie ga've'.ine 'his wiird' to' stay'bn*'
.fcice'1 tlViR1 tlliuR' Oiit' shoiifefl tho 'be-1
Wlldered Slim. .n .. ..n-.i,
"It's all. my fault. I sent him away."
'Echtj 'seiiie'fl' SHni's'Tbai'ia tis 'slie siitike:
,"1"To'n
seiit him-!n\v£iyV"
fylm back?"
chcek3 swel!lngVi®ift red l^alr bristling
and his voice ringing', in- its highest
key. "Bring him badk?. .Ypu ji^st bet
I will. That's why Fin sheriff.of Pinal
county." ••,-.
Slim 5yhfrtedj i0ut ojt tliej^ioor as if
•propellea'T^rtr. gigantic-ilast.. Echo
fell fainting ather motber'ajjeet.
(Continued in next issye)
The
How to
^•Y-VNW
Sili
keep
well.
This is the problem Dr.
may have overlooked it as a tonic to build up
the system when it gets run down and you feel
weak and miserable.
MR. G. B. EXUNE, 29 Stewart St., Day
ton, Ohio, states:—'^I felt debilitated, rundown,
nerval i. tir^'
Jiifirf.
NjCq[d
Nerve Pills
—...
to of bis
udK&afinfewcr he%nzed aftoiC-ito^j.'
retreating form galloping down the
trail. .•""".
fi
Food wa-j on
1
She:"fell on h^r knees before hittt'
iiiffciiig.:tier hahds'^as In prayer.w^her
Implored: t'l neveri.thought, of. his.,
promise to you. He never thOflgbtt of
Jt—
me!"
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•Nerve fills have helped manylliousariffs 6V
mine ana
vigofans ri
is what most feeders desire.
one
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The best offer that
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Dr. A. W.-£hafe's Ne*ve Pills built me {ieht
ieSVful tslee^ uttf goodigenorafJ
"ft rW
M. D.t the famous Tteceipt Dook author, on
every' box. 50 cents at all dealpjf jor 2^
W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N.
V.
Dr.A.W, JCbsse's
PRUSSIANh$JS£SL£22£
PnssiinsisatF^a'f^ stFiiTi
Gehtlflmen:—I have been using Prussian St
Food lor over one year and my first trial of yy,
bnndred head of steers that showed me a
"°,d
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ttme.
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flook Jor.kpepine noullry In oomlltlon anil lJHu
lram.'lt«taiM8%ithout.quiilITB|H.j'AYNE.
tlR^comiiietc^Q^fpg of l)fe.w Styles for ..
spring and Summer Suits, are. now
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-nes»ief-,a4argejft990rt?aje»t-4»'aW«d"
"'.t- "si pi~v,
u^ranfee| Oualitij a^^o3^|aferrices
community yet
get'it at any time in case you wish to use it
/-v y_Uaf -r
^ou wish to. Use it?
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It is a sure result of feeding
?«uii
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russian
ingre JbAP piy 1 he
isian Lk*e^owder to keep the fowls from vermin and
i4tf #QULTnv raoo
3uccr but tieevftnt* ,«f
1/helps at
elps as an egg Pr2l"cc,r
but^ialsc
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PAinesrllle. Ohio.
P'iao 2j*ijl,5QC iPkE-y By.tniin 40 Wti'M Ib.'baH $3-50. II no dralfr thrre
wrltp. us anj gct iVu!lrj- «cK)k Frcr. Prussian Kemed^ Cs„ St. JPaul, Mum.
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atwing you'feft'^^? fevors^we remain,
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protec^iQit to depositors, than does the amount of eapiiaj„
and surplus. ,« •,- ..k% jV- :j •t
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the ability' indintegrity of the officers ofitkis-.bank.j^'f. O
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