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CHILO'S TONIGUE goss, feverish. con(stipated, e 'CalifolnlA Sirup of Figs." ,tve tiod hl (hitl"r, : I rot , time t fron t!;tir wauth ,' . ':, i . liver gets n!ac'h at th ." . a, r rchid S breeath ha'. r;. 1 'at ,Iir. at --.ll full of ,. 0tho b r :'":' then don't it Is ly harml('ý ' . rs constil'athr I . fermenting out of the b'' well. pla tful " ,insidn (le i - l s nl ''~," I , t, 1 Il lr treamt'nt ,9:!g" atS of " , t the tr ': ' dlrectoian far , n o Aes and for 'plain! on the b ' - ore , e:r , .ri:. " ti nlted S:t' SAWFUL WEAK SPELLS So Much Felt She Had to We Relief. Says Cardui Made Her Well. SAla.-Mirs. M. T. " ,.'.. (,f thls writes: "I 1 r' . when I mar: i l . .. ,'I:t aft,,r mSrriage, I s,'tr.it'l to I:'t very worse. About two. t:Ir;,:'i~ after married, I began to ii:' a f:: l spells. Wonlt hii:tv' Iti'! so, !l.h kadsche, simp!y ft It had all the could hardly do a t.g... I so much pain in nrri left si,in lad theswimmir:n: of thi' ih:(iad an ion and hearth,:r:, ve(ry ha 1. In I suffered so mh:'ll I tl:h,::ht I die. I kept get:tin W. rI.,e and 1 must have so,. on r li,:'. I ha1d painmand diffculty in w:n g... - , who ran a :-,or,' in ,recommendl t:hat I ta; :, 'Car 'sndmy husbandl tn!ght inl( a hot which did me so much g:oil that baght me another, :ntIl after the 0otlreeor four bottles I was well; doing my work after the use of tbottle. It's the finest tonic I of. I got into better health than bi en since my marriage. I ad ad women... who have weak ,,, to take it." thousands of letters, which usI every year, like the above, are proof of the merit of 1k woman's tonic. mi by all druggists. '. one-half the world knows the other half is looking for the of It. blue after Expoemwre aI Cold SWinds and Dust. It Restores. m and Promotes Eye Health. Sfor all Eyes that Need Care. E ye Remedy Co., Chicago, - L Book on request a man makes a fool of him Per a woman, it's a sign that it rquire much of an effort. R 3S" FOR IER, BOWEL S Sheadache, bad breath, hu Stomach and constipation. - at box now. w bad your liver, stomach bow much your head I laerable and uncomfort I f from constipation indiges-a s and sluggish bowels t U55lget the desired results Srour stomach, liver and I ltk you miserable. Take tOlitht; put an end to the biliouaness, dizziness, nerv c, sour, gassy stomach, a4d all other distress; -~a5 sifde organs or all the - ad constipated matter ItUd1cing the misery. s bor means health, happl Sa clear head for months Q_ of gloom and distress stareks a Cascaret now an(! At sell Cascarets Don't -h Clldren--their little in s.Is-esinsg too Adv, iltellect doesn't seem te i- comnon with hi: "ln't realize her p tIente ' -baver a man's weakrt.' I Sot the only people ,v'., _____ A 1ALE or CIVIL STrIfE &4DANDALI PAPPISII I L.US TPATIONS CD I)PHODLE SYNOPSISi -li CHAPTER' XX-Continued. I ,: o f ! , I , . h ,1d t ow r t. . .4 ' 4 r : H nI 'ta t ,h Xt . n tr , . , ..e . ' hp . I 4, 1 k a 4. dtont , 4 , '4 t( I I r s a (1 ha, br !.: 4it I' r 44' ' ;l t 4 ' il .l h ir li,'4 I. e. . ti t th (n '' an I s 'I nc 4, t44 ur4-t 44 444 "t1 makI 'I the reuare two I me 1 ll o k4now 144. 1o u d yo4a h r 4 ' o . I ' y Stop " a Id s arl u 1, 1 g , , t1 I ar.tly: s An 't e i o - earo tn o s nts'p w t:1 a ,td ak ad:t t herS f 44·sm , fia i' cnt, APit y tw'o h:ur: a T. ad have beend. " ith ('w(I rl l o 'i ekl , ' ev.,r sinlced . Itm is 1r than ani hloulr sinceo the guard was relieved, for ('aptn F" x left me r In order to maker the rounds, and these men will not know. You under stantlI " "Prflectly. And the countersign?" 'l"Kanawha."l r I hesitated, and her eyes flashed Into mine. "I will go also," she esaid simply, "for I can guide you through the camp Draw the cap visor lower down over. your eyes-we may meet with some one who saw you brought In as a pris oner. Tnat is better; now we will chat as we go-about-a bout r este Point. I)o you remember, lieutenant. that last cadet dance? Captain Fox tells me-" We turned the corner Into the wide entrance hall, stroll-ing slowly side by Appmarently my eyes were upon her4 and I made some inane response to the door come stil." iy to attention, and then bcross thneir musket sbarrels to bgar our exit.e I haled as though In nur "Are there any new orders" e askedr Pasring us in. ado youe note" r "We passed the lady, sir," the older man answered respectully, "buts no officer." "Ao yes I see: you t are not the ap same men who wiere on guard when I arrived. I am Lieutenant Mann, of General Ram ay's bstafu and have been o.with Colonel Pickney. The ladye will vouch for me."ht -ab t et ta"Yes, sir," yet with lingering doubt in his voice. "No doubt it is all right, sir; but the orders iaret thery strlct shall heave to call the tsergeant i. "Quith e right, my eman; but that isp nearer and bent my head. "Kana-e the two men sIhouldered their nu- a kets, and the older one brought hisba hand up in salute. "P nae, sir," he said souerly, ande stood aside. re went downdy s the broad steps, dimly lighted by a distant Btre, "y hand touching her arm.e no t fantry camp lay between us and tte 1 rrad. The campfire in front yielded just enough light to enable me toee study out our surroundings. The band I above. The camp was quiet, the sout dirtrs apparently sleeping on the ground. I could perceive only a few tentsa showing white in the firelght.. but the fgures of sentries appearedt here and there, slowly pacing their heats. Had I been alone I should havre by unseen, but I was consco'r of the! hand which grasped my . leev ad m eyes fell to her face. " , f- t . j ,u ri t ", t Iii; "Tha k ; ; l o " ,! :a: i ftl fr: l y!., " . t 'ftab l I l, asldr "i a t ri a , rll , t~'r I I?" I "O;fiicers' m ounits; but there w ire ,evral others tid a t the hitch r !il in hour ago. 'fTh a7pared to be' I l Im ent horses." i I could "p rcive them dimly, from .where ),',ie skulked in t '.he shadow of. St' l' . l, l £ . ; " r i l' t , il t' i l , , l l , Dii lt a : ". 'l' l? the burildin. , took a step or t.o for ard, circling l the house, so as tol tened face.I a Ir \F \l.t 1. ilk t"There is no reason why you should worry" I said softly , taking her h.ant * t n mine. Now listen to me; li r tyour ;iinerves are all unstrung; tlhis night's work has been too much for you r "If t , i t"' ;! 1 W ,'.,1. i tI he ;l ir . ,knows you have done enough' ' tilt.r ! -I.., o. f ;i.,' rail, ti)lt It: 1" already. 'here are: t a topping s iHere at .the h rotel?" x'usly grap "Y-rye." CHAPTER XX. A Step Nearer. "'li stables'?" 1 akod. "What "Then s lip are here?"while there onfficer' anging aroun; buand get there were several others tied at the hitch rail an hour ago. They appeared to be good stock; better even than the gov ernment horses." I could pntry wceive them dimly, froin where we skulked in the shadow of the building. I took a step or tsao forward, circling the house, so as to better approach the animals along the shadow of an orchard fence. I knew to my room?" she at my heels and,owly turning, got a glimpse of her fright. aned face. There Is no reasontell you how grateful am to worry," I said softly, taking rep hands in mine. Now listen to me; your nerves are all unstrung; this night's I toYou are a wonderfull any gibrave girl."od kn"Dows you have done enough for I am neither bravWhere nor wonderful. I haveng Hscarcely known what I was doing; it el?" didn'then slipeem as i therrewas anything havone hanging around;bt any more-t unless-al: t y could refuse. All that remains Is for t; you to go tore you canr room. You will take one t. perfectly safy. One hern the mountains r "How will be safe. You will do as Ihere?" say?"he I Toasked indignantly. "Do youse, she looked straighuppose t anto my face, standing mhas not bioen done less She n seremed to catch here are too many though "Yknow my part In thatthatyour escape to goever keep the truth hidden. Coasked slonel Pick- cy. "Certa will have to make his report and fest anshield best thingmsel for you to doblame. Ther can you' nothing I can ever do will repstand y mthe service you have reondereditions you me. desire I remain hwondere?"fully brave girl." did"Bun't seemdo you reaiz there what going within t have wllno doubnevit ly mean?"y more-tunless perfectly safe here." the peril "Yes, 1 re3alie--not only thel peril Iand hardship, tout everv issue InvolvPed I nIc my choice back in the court Shfis; It is too late to withdraw." `I 11' pºtI u ,S' ; ;av thl,'l h lnaiit')( t tin t e Xl r; . ;:I :, thrD 'uth lll:" JcT, l \ It,11ý, a )nd II I ' . , 1' ,- w, en I ti 1l r'i onel 'i k ", 't -t ,t I u ',r ' huli l nit . ' :,t t 'r, " . ,n to it by m y c,,n ST us >- ulh Not Th t iniit i :ory. t~ p.,, or gil] " . , o ri.'. '. t,' of v o rali ntI-I Ig "; l, . -11 t , 1, 1 I f,'or i;:!m m ed,, = 1 e y . s I . ' , .. I h . '. , 'd , "t S . " t l r D t'l yt a: t ' ' 'i r ' . ,- I' m n !o '.i', to nIi othr rm'elYo l ', ' . , o t" ,' Ill m t'het'l i Hr f i .ner t (" t.lse idm l co it hlilt "In su.d l ,i.'t, d )!: toI mQl ,".,r take ;.omise ,.e :,l Tomr,,,""sh beged " "ý fý 'r v..,; I t. 1'. .' t11) to th.( ,,b I;, " 'i . ' b : 1 I ,' i ,i, h it i in t: . I r, ,. I '1 i L , be ,l ie t o r;. a lo " th ,a1 ., , . l '. Ia f e uI tl re.. m ,le, cifgail I ,-re sei'leted V aogtm,1i a . I ' d i;. t her' ~- t ' . I t o t:l, ; †..e , we.nll ' , da t to our .urtose. 4 , "I Trust aou; am Not That Enoughr'n I hehd he ly chosen blindly-- no te could perceive nothing, reaze noth. ing, exctpt the nfceslity for immedl. - t rs ou no at ent. l "Do not aay any more, Noreen," l eoe touch heyr. "I undrstand now. You "mean you wish to ride with me? You truste mei fully?" "I trust you; is not thn at e nouh? " Ih ask now is, do not leave me herst lon e. mu a HWer fngere clasped lomy coat, head o ehes suddenly lifted to my face. "Promise hosme that, Tom,"e she tbegged roknly. "It wille be aonll I ask."as "suerle we will go together." andp i rihlped her heands tightly in mine. ou" usatever happens o will do my best. t'rus we ount go at ronce."r "Yhs, and--and thank youe." \Alo crept forward along the shadow Sih thee ahorses fastened ato the hitch Sing rail. I selected among themr a best I could in the darkness, two tha Tsee aed well adapted to our purpose. I helped her silently into the saddle, empty r olster, and then mounted omy "Whoch way had we better go?"p asked, mr y face close, oury handorse touching. "Along the south road ot irst: there is a cututl just sack of the old "And the pickets-do you know "At the ford of the Green hrialr. the main ford." "No; i do not think they even know the riser is nordable there; It Bs not We rode forward slowly, my hand on her bridle reip, keeping pn the road, until we passed beyond the last house of the villager if the camp was not alarmed for another yalf hour. our pursuers would be given a hard task. Strange that the Federal couts had never located the Benton g red. To be sure tit was narrow, and certainly knew of Irt feasibility, and the wonder was they had ntter uti lized it bfore. ThIn Irinue: r I tho,:r.ht the ni!r I zt'.li to (rNad th 1;ikinov, l da,. ;ra h a - tir pu I *i * . arý runt so ire chatli tip n: l.d . 2it \',. ('dul! Li'lIe pIr nit. h it If ,no,, u' I .-. t i' I' (i, t ,ii' -, r rE 1 ( tini '3I: tir r( a ol, :!. i '; t : void e ;i't tI ri'intg ;l 13i : . 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I ill', l It t mlt , hi:t if milU coil. .ý\-.) t :3, Ne, w tst rea i I. i In. 1 rrti ,;, 3. t (iIm d y'y Ilho r, tIul lt , % u, fr r vo l mau. It r veat of ton I ..3 ,i 0i.., it 'im.,lf'. TlhuI we go (il teotn ai.r.," St;o v;. s itiei, her e've on the Fi si alg Grounds Y,, il A.undanceo "ot fi.et bo yosr deIo is n," I ina ! h n onet hr's of the dvyd o i \ait ti anhe ipo tant, thikelsig she hi : it vertr' re . toil t he sl.t l Btim O - i's in ' sahimi . .'t st hat hoer do t ist fi n th I ncould c Iovert n Jii e. It s, t l,',l to Tnit !hit hfil \1'1e i t\V.c d ili rounds !a' l-t 1v (chwr n tloe one . tt,. tl (} 3m h, t ill' htiir. It lwas I : ba ,'it.ri fir nth ', be t fear of oth kow that ua ii'ii hnwr forais. cerasre it' li r it, I i ,' (1n tohr t m nh Ich ail; Vo l;t;t antlh. r wor. TIhe d-, " it ilt,'i hb,' 1 ,t'; ow wVn ren ust T) l:I: i N1'iTINIt'f';).) REAL MONEY FROM THE OCEAN Fishi nrg Grounds Yield Abundance oi Profit to Those Who Can Take Ad vantage of Them. When one hears of the discovery of a new gold mine one is very apt to wink the other eye and hoe a trifleea tighter to the pocket hook. Also, therr is no very great rush to thane scene. ut it is a different story when some al it. Te he re is a real rush ore fish. e know that such new discoveries are often real gold mines. Such has proved to be the ease with the new halihut grounds discovered In the Paci-ft lying due west from North h S mouthe of the Columbia river. These gro ounds, whose area and exact location are yet unknowne piroably con ttute a veritable bank lytng Ire mediately between two areas which the reau of fisheries o surveyed withan the steamer Albatross last year. They are reported to he efrom 9o to 93 fathnms deep and are beyond one inr-fathom ldine giveon on thep pc harts. ote see coere A small vneossel fishing out of Pgel sound caught l.Oi O pounds of htr all. abu t onthese grounds In one day the ulargest single days take this vessel had ever made. During the three weeks endeos June 2, 1915, over ae)O,xO pounds of halibut w' re brought .r. Cut.Throat Competition. A correspondent ov the New York Sun inborms the ebitor of that pa which cannot crow. It-or be--can Such are the marvels of science!. Each day it conserves a new strengthr of the rooster has long been an exam. pie of criminal wastc and neffacncy. it announced, at great expense el en. ergy, a perfectly obvious thing-that the sun had risen, loosters. besides. have beein the habit of trying to "Scoop" each other, to score a beat on the sunrise--as if anyone were pas sionately interested In the matter- and theo result has oe. a distressing series of "'Extras" called at 2 a. m. Cut-throat competioton has killed the Sure of One Thing. Scotch burg recently acquired a piano a' the boards are plumb." 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