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IS1 MARSHALL MP ibLIC AN Thursday, August 3, Ull- Cavanagh, Forest Ranger The Great Coniervation Novel By HAMLIN GARLAND CopmIiKi, 1910, br lUmlln Garland r lie suillcd In response to tier Uch Hon. "No; 1 foci nothing hut weari ness niul n llttlo depression. I enn't help feeling somehow nM If I were burning up n pnrt of iiiyxclf In thnt flro-tho saddle I hnvo rlililen for years, my guns, ropes, spurs. Every, thing rotating to llio forest Is gone, nnil with It my youth. I have been spmcthlntr of n cnrcless freebooter mv If, I fear, but that Is all over with w." He looked her In tho face with sad and resolute glance. "Tho for t scrvlco tnado n man of mc, taught o to regard tho future. 1 never no pted resiKjuxlhlllty till t becamo a ngcr, nnd In thinking It nil over 1 avo doclileil to stay with It, as the iys nay, 'till tho spring rains" "I am very glad of that," sho said. "Yes; Dnlton thinks I can qualify for tho position of supervisor, nnd ltcdfleld may offer mo tho supervision of this forest. If ho does I will accept It If you will go with mo and slinro tho small homo which tho supervisor's pay provides. Will you go?" In tho light of his burning cabin nnd In tho shadow of tho great peaks Leo Virginia could not fall of n certain largeness and dignity of mood. Klio neither blushed nor stammered as she responded, "I will go anywhere in tho world with you." IIo could not touch so much as tho hem of her garment, but his eyes cm. braced her ns ho said, "Qod bless you for tho faith you seem to hnvo lu mc!" Rcdflcld' volco Interrupted with hearty clamor. "And now, Miss Vir ginia, you go back nnd rustlo somo breakfast for us nil. Hwcnson, bring (ho horses In nnd harness my team. I'm going to toko theso women down tho canyon. And, Hons, you'd better uddlo up as soon no you feel rested and rldo across tho divide nnd go Into camp In that llttlo old cabin by tbo dam abovo my house. You'll novo to bo sequestered for a fow days, I 'reck a, till w io how you're coming out. I'll telcphono over to tho Fork nnd have tho placo mado ready for you, and I'll have tho doctor go up there to meet you nnd put you straight If you're going to bo sick wo'll want you where wo caa look after you. Isn't that no, Leo Virginia?"- "Indeed It Is," replied tho girl ear nestly. "But I'm not going to bo sick," re torted Cavanagh. "I rcfuso to be alck." "Quito right," replied Rcdflcld, "but all tho samo wo want you where we "X WILL 00 ANYWJUBB IN TUB WOULD WITH YOU." can get at you and whero medical aid of the right sort Is accessible. I'm go la toifetch'iny.bed ovenhero'nndfput you. Into It. You need rest." Lee still lingered after Rcdflcld' left them. "Please do as Mr. Rcdflcld tells you," sho pleaded, "for I shall be, very anxious till you get safely Isvb tbo mountains. If that poor old rain has any relatives they ought to beWold how kind you have been. You could not hnvo been, kinder to one of your owa pcoplo." fTbese word from her had a polgnan- cyW meaning which made his reply u'BVmiII TTIa tnna xamm itoaltmMll a. . ( "" -v t as he retorted: "I would be a if I stood here listening to your without saying, without, con log, how deadly weary I got of whole business, it. was simply there was nothing else to do. I ,'te go oa," ar'adad'stlll dwelt en, the tragic fc "I wfcth heioevld savs had i kind of .service. It sssws sen of barbaww te ktiry u withes say one to say KyiN: tw Uki Bit'! suppoeut mii msmnmsx Miy .gt'-My.' rgBa fW lisiSBtr aitkay. '"I' am aUtl bn awls with T,. lilt 'Sift am CIRCUS MARSHALL, FRIDAY, AUG. II THE CARL HAGENBEGK AND GREAT WALLACE SHOWS COMBINED fi f 1 II llll I smIi -i "i sr irrm BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV. "Xk T.Ir "Jl V Avaunt with the oldHail to the new THF Rarest and Wildest Savage Creatures, Grcat- 41-4 f Arfnio Artist nrirl Animal Artn Mnit - - -w - w a i , IIMIIIUI ItVbVI VI ITS V 0 W wonderful performance on earth and in the air. Best pageant splendors that can be transported. All earth s Kiding Champions Trained Polar Bears. Russian Dancers Wallace High School Horses. VJnp men and women than any other circus! lUVIYEi Thoroughbred horses than all othersl New and original ideas. the menage Pachy- 1 HFDIC AFTDAiNFh FI FDHANTC including'SATAN" JULIiVOVi HVrtlllLf LLLI llrllUal derm who dances the cake walk. Cornuted and Canine Congress. Trained and tract able Zebras' and Zebrulas. Prodigies from the pigpen. The Horse and the Lion. The Elephants and Tiger. To see is to believe. L?n PI AWNC Happyland's hosts herald hyateri- U VlAF WllOcal hilarity. Abandof jovial jesters mm mm MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK STREET PARADE EVERY A Prodigal Double Blazing 2 Performances Daily Rain or Shine 2 and 8 d. m. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.for Merrick's Military Band Concerts r l i i.. . . neservea cnairs ana aamission ticiceis may be se cured on show day at Tillery's Pharmacy at exactly the same price charged on the show grounds. sick Just to keep you neuT me,"' he was saying when ltcdfleld returned, bring ing his sleeping couch. Unrolling this under .a tree besldo tho creek, the su pervisor said, "Now, got Into that" Cavanagh resigned Leo with a Btnllo. "Good night,' ho aald. "Ob, but It's good to remember that I shall so you tomorrow I" With a happy glance and .u low "Goodby" she turned away. Lay leg aside his blanket and, lila aeea, Cavanagh crept Into the snug little camp bed. , Ab," he breathed, wit a delicious seaso of relief, "I feel as If I could sleep a.weekl" Aad in an Instant his eyes closed In alvsabW so profound that it was barrea even ef dreams. i hst oiT-,vAMJumini ikto aixyw. Staa4li4( the ever , V. .1. and stretched himself Uko a cat, ex claiming, "Wow, but tt docs foel good to kuow that I am out of jalll" Going down to tho stream, ho splash. ed his faco and ueck In the clear cold water, and tho brisk rubbing which followed seemed to char his thoughts as well as sharpen his appetite. "You scorn all right so far," hazard ed the guard. "I am all right, and I'll bo all right tomorrow, if that's what you mean," replied Cavanagh. "Well, now, pack up, and we'll pull out." For a few momenta after he mount ed his bono Cavanagh looked about the place aa It for tho last time, now up at the hill, uow down at, the meadow and last of all at the stream'. "I hope you'll, eajoy this station aa buck aa I have, Sweaaea. It's one of the pret Meet ea, tkt whole forest," TofiKSsc,llwy atgsagged up the aide f the kW ta W north, and thee. wHW Cvaaali htfce ;ied, feHbwed toy kla pikk. hecae, tfcey 4 up the tec lateral iaWiiMkMi te4 by V wWa ektle tkreuk the, wKd nasi; ieward the paas,'' The weather clear and cold, Th wkA UK ad Camaagk. aoaatlly cletBed aa he was. drew hU. robe clea - '41 A llttlo 1nlcr the Veen eyes" of tho guard, sweeping tho mountnln side, were muMmly arrested. "There's n Imnftli of cowboys coming over tbo pnsift' lie calh-d. "I (see them," Responded Cnvnnagli. "(!cty?nit your ghixxes and tell mo who they are." SUenfoli Hushing his ttolilglas.ies and stuillod the parly attentively. "Looks llkv van Homo h sorrel In the lead. atid Hint bald face bay Just behind looks like the one (liegg ride.. The other two I don't seem to know." "Perhaps It's (!. sheriff after nif for harboring lMvvards." suggested Cavanngli. Dut Hwi.!'Hi remained sober. Ho did not tho hues r of the remark. What aro they doing 0:1 llu forest. anyhow'" he asked. Half an hour later the iv.m pirHo came face to fare on a little s.rc.' li of prairie In tho uililxt of tho wo.nlod valley. In the sheriff party w. Gregg, the deputy nnd n big man wt -wnH n Htniiiger to Oavnnngh. Thr hoive.i were all tired, nnd the big civil' Inn IoMumI rtmlille weary. Good cveiilng. geiitli'inenl" callct the shrrlff In Hoiitheru fashion as li' drew near. Good evening, Mr. Sheriff." Cava nagh civilly answered. "What's tV meaning of this Invasion of my fo--est?" Tho sheriff for answer presented the big stranger. "Mr. Cavanagh. this is Mr. Klmpton, tho county attorney." Cavnuagh nodded to the attorney. "I've heard of Mr. Simpson," ho mild, KlmpKon mis wercil the question ltos had ankeil. "Wo wero ou our way to your xl at Ion. Mr. Cavanngli. becnuxe wo understand that this otd man Dunn who shut himself had visited you be foro his death, giving you Information concerning tho killing of tbo Mexican sheep herders. Is thnt true?" "It Is." "When did ho visit your' "Two days ago or umybo three. I am ij Utile mixed about It. You see. I have been pretty cloudy confined to my shack for n few days." Gregg threw lu n query. "How U tho old man" "He's all right. Thnt Is to say, he's dead. Died last night." Tha sheriff looked at Simpson mean ingly. "Well, I reckon that settles his score, judge. Hvcn If ho was Im plicated he's out of It now." "IIo couldn't hnvo been Implicated." declared tho ranger, "for ho was with mo at the time the murder was com mitted. I left him high on the moun tain In the Ilnsque herder's enmp. I can prove an alibi for him. Further more, he had no motive for such work." "Whnt did Dunn tell your demand ed tho sheriff. "What nnmes did he glvo you?" "Walt n moment," replied Cavansgh. who felt himself to be on his own ter ritory and not to bo hurried. "There's a reward offered for the arrest of these men, Is there not)" "There 1." replied tho attorney. "Well, before I make my statement I'd like to request that my slmro of the reward, If there Is any coming to me, shall bo paid over to the widow of the man who gave me tho Information. Poor chap, ho sacrltleed himself for the good of the state, and his family should be spared all tho suffering pos sible." "Quite right, Mr. Cavanngli. You mny consider that request granted Now for the facts." "Before going Into that, Mr. Attor ney, '1 like to speak to you nlone." "Very well, sir," replied tho attor ney. Then, waving his hand toward the others, he said, "Hoys. Just ride off a little piece, will your" When they wero alone Cavansgh re marked, "I don't think It wise to give theso mimes to the wind, for If wo do there will bo more fugitives." "I see your point." Simpson agreed. ThereuMin rapidly and concisely the ranger reported what Dunn had said, nnd tho attorney listened thoughtfully without siieaklug to the cud. Then he added, "That tallies with what we have got from Uallard." "Wnh Italian! in Iti" asked Cava nagh. "Yes, Wo forced a confession from nlm." "If ho was lu It It was merely for he pay. Ho represented soma one rise." "Whnt makes you think thntr "Heciuise ho was crazy to return to the show with which ho used topper form and desperately lu need of ruou cy. Have you thought thut Gregg might have had a hand lu this affair? Dunu said ho had, although bo was not present nt nny of tho meetlugs." This seemed to surprise tho attorney very much. "Uut he's a aheepmaul" ho exclaimed, "I kuow ho Is. Uut he's nlso a silent partner In tho Trlaugle cnttlo outtlt and Is ranking a lot of trouble. And. besides, ho had. It in for these dagoes, as ho colls them, because they wero shccplng territory which ho. wanted himself." "I 'don't think he's nay too good for It," responded Slmpsou, "but 1 doubt if, ho had .any haud In the killing. Ho'a ,too "cunning and too cowardly. But l'l) keep lu mlud what you have aid, and It he Is Involved In any de greo he'll havo to go down tho road .with the others. His money can't juve 'Mm." As they came back to tho party Car aaagh UMght he detected in Gregg's Byes. achUtUg light that was not. Mwre. before, but he made bo further 1toeNtolBtt!ee8 his optatoa Hpou the attorney" or the 'shrMf. It only fiMt "WM, bow, teatlemea. I. int fB 0 'TSTVIBB BIVHW, . B tr M tM sector erer mmc; Tt4 aad a warsw vm t J Hi J, UJiJmBf V -.,i' .i,-i;- IM 4pM of any servtc Jo you when I n::l oat of ijimi'-.itlii I Inpe ycu will call upon me." "It l: iwdlilo that wo may noedyou In order to locate some nf tli-. men whose mi men yon h::vc givoti nu." "Very gocd." r.- Il?il Cavanngli, "If they come mil ti : fr.rest ntij wh' r.' tho siipervlnir n .il 1 will rind Hum for you." So they partnl ami Cnvniingli mil his guard resti i il their xlmv Jotiin... ncniss the in;ig To bo continued FROM O EXCHANGES MIAMI 'J he ladles of Hlch Chnpel M. E. Chu.'Lh, South, will glvo an ico cream s cl;il at the church on tho evening of Saturday, August 5. Tho public generally Is Invited to nttcn.l nnd lend assistance to the ladles by their presence and their pntronagc. While J. M. Hlsle was making tho return trip from Marshall Tuesday with n load of groceries, his team wns scared by n wagon that drovo up behind It nnd ran nwny. Mr. Hblo's wagon wns wrecked. Tom Mulllus is to bo congratulated on raising such a good crjp of wheat. Ho had nbuut 33 busihols to the aero nnd tho wheat weighed heavier than nny other thnt was delivered nt tho Crispin elevator. Jns. Hey nobis has rented hli farm south of town to a Mr. Fogge, of Ten nessee, who wHI take possession next March. Mr. Reynolds nnd his family will probably make their homo In Ca'.ifornln, although he has not yot fully decided to do so. S. O. Grady's ryo is nil sold, nnd thereby hangs n tale. Mark Whltnker raised tho Hold of rye. Ho offered Mr. Grady half the crop If ho would cut It nnd thresh It. Mr. (Jrotly, accepted. It took half a dav to ' cut tho ryo nnd two hours to thresh it. Mr. Grady's share sold tor $70. Quite n number of oopJo from Miami at tended Uo picnic at Nye's grove Saturday. The picnic, which wus given under tho auspices oi the Jeter Stars baseball team, drew o inrgo crowd. Tho baseball game in Che afternoon Iwtwecn Malta Bend and Che Jeter Stars wns won by tho former team, 21 to 5. News. Life Saved at Death's Door "I never fo'.t so near my grave," writes W. It. Patterson, of Wel lington. Toe. as when n frightful cough nnd lung trouble pulled me down to 100 ioundB, In spite ox doctor's treatment for two years. My fattier, mother and two sisters died of consumption, and that I am a'Jvo today li due solely to Dr. King's Now Discovery, which com pletely cured me. Now I weigh 187 pounds and have been well nnd atrong for years." Quick, safe, sure, its the boat remedy on earth for coughs, colds, Ingrlppo, as thma. eroMit. and all throat and lungt roubles. 50c i: $1.00. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed uy r. it. Franklin. NHLSON Mrs. M. L. Flnloy has taken possession of the city meat market thnt ho mirchosod of G. W. Walk Their aim Is to cater to tho public i.. . u-ov Mint nvervono will OC niMUMl. Thev will carry fresh and cured meats, breail and cookies ; iuuulle eggs and produce. Mrs. Flnley lias securovl the ser- vico oi Mr. Lem Hicks to assist ner in the handling of her bualneas. Wo wIA Mrs. Flnley success in her enterprise. t Wttle Miss Thelma McCluro roturnwl home on rr,,.v fnYn a visit With her i MV1 v irrnntUnnrents. Mr. and Mrs. G.u McCluro, at Grand Pass. Mrs. r. D. Sanpington Uft ycatexay mnrnlnir for Wilton Springs to tni ilv. aho will visit In Marshall until Saturday when Klio goes to Kansas City for a few weeks bofore leaving lor an ox tended tri through Colorado and Vnltow Stono Park. Mrs. T.E. Rav arrived ihero from Sweet srliic vAsterdav to 'visit her daughter, Mrs. Win. nanley. She will be accompanied mom oy as- tws Tom ad oam miuey. Mrs. J. M. McClelland, who has hi,.n confined ta tier hoifita for soxcral days on account of sick ness, we are glad to state is mticn tetter and able to bo out again. Rerc to. CASTOR I A in Km GILLIAM Miss Carrie Jordan of St. Louis h ilicre ott a Vlilt to her brothers, Wi'.l and! Rudolph Jordan, this f -, tt r T f . I nu..! -1wua, JLt 11, KJ , fAJ ill U L U VB and Missjjffcnt Li went to MMta iiona wcunesuay afternoon ror a ?ow days vhlt wi:fli her iistcr,M:rs. Bryan. Ucn Sa'itr.mrver, one of our old inhabitants, but, who now reBlljs in Lamar, M. Is hero on n lilt to ol'.l acquaintances. Hen ays Oio h perfectly sa isfiet! with his !ocatjn in Lnmir. Q rover Duncan, uUio move J to hla farm icar rigott, Ark., sever,! montlin igo, is hers on n visit to luirtte 'oiks. Orjver saya (lie is wII sat- islle.1 with th- contUtlans of tfilngs there, nnd also- statoi that he will mve a good crop of cottOn tc. The country there ha.1 been Islte.l wi.Ci plenty of rain. Dave Wilks Is Wnlklnir nrotind ulrii criiipleJ foitUlhls week, aa the result cu' nearly having it cut off n a hay bailer last week. Globe. $100 Reward, $100 The riadcrs of thii pancr will he pleased to lenru Uut there Is at least onn dreaded dlieaso that science 'Jias be?n able to euro in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo h tho onlv ikjb itive cure now known to tho miul- ical fraternity. Catarrh belntr a cons'.ilutlonal dlcease, requires n constl'u'iinal treatm-nt. Hull's Catarrh Curo is taken internally. acting directly upon thu blood and mucous surfaces of tha system, thereby (ies'.roylnz the foundation of the dbcase, and giving the t tient strength by buJVling up tho constiuti3n and nsMufnir naturo In doing its' work. The r.roprictor tins so much fail'i in la curntivo powers thnt they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case thnt it falls to cure. Send for list oi tes timonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toodo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 7Jc. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. AHROW ROCK Mrs. R. M, Woodruff had a nar row escape Friday evening while driving near usn Duvalra place a dog .frightened her horse and he ran off but in somo way she and her daughter, Cathnrino managed to stay m the buggy and fortunate ly neither were hurt. Died The Infant child of Mr. and Jim. P. S. Brockwav. of near Concord. died n short while after its hlrth and was buried at Concord ccmo- tvy .Thursday morning. ' C. C Wlrucm and wire of Marshall visit ed at the homo of their son, W.P. uiulom here tho latter nart of lntt week. Statesman. SWEET SPRINOS Mrs. Frances Colyer, wife of the late R. G. Colyer, died at the home of her son, Kit Colyer, at Independence last February. The body has been kept in a re- clevlng vault there since, until last Wednesday, when it was brought here and permanently buried in Falrview cemetery in a lot recently purchased by the family. J. n. Norman lost a valuable cow Inst week. She was found dead in the pasture cant of (own, A bullet liole was found in the cow's side. No one knows who snot her. John n. McGuIre w'as at McAllister Springs Mon day and rented a cottage on the grounds there in which Mrs. Mc GuIre will stay for a week using the sulphur water for rheumatism of which she Is suffering. Mr. George Porter has been very sick for several days but Is some bet ter. Also 'her daughter, Miss Stel la. Herald. Dr. Bell's Hine-'l ar-Koney For Couchs and Holds. SLATER Chas. A. King, General Freight agent of the Alton, spent last Sunday In Norton. It watt at Norton, when a boy, that Mr. King began railroading aa a station agent. That place has always had a warm spot in his (heart, and whenever ho has an op port unity to get out oi tho busy city oi Chicago he can bo found at Norton. John Nunn has been down with typhoid fever for tbe pat ten days. A. R, Grigsby, of Kansas City, and Jno. R. Toter and wife, of Vernon County,. Mfre the gUMta of J. A. Teter and wife liaat Sunday- Bruest Manatee and Miss Marguerite Lohae went to Kansas C&ty Sunday to meet Miss Deota Mancke, who has Been visiting &n Ft. Scott, KatMaa. Masses LcJhse wad Maaeke remain ed 4es a few days visit la Kbshuu City. Juo, StfcBwer. of Ka- ta'Cky, arriyd kefM6dy tai sl ia Ja1 ' i I Lal BrBt-BBBtBSf SI.BBISBnSrw.lia.HMI . mmm SSSr, lasOTlVtMtlStV . f " f , '-"'. 'H.