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The new enterprise. (Madison, Fla.) 1901-1908, October 10, 1907, Image 11

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wish satd aId my r AUn Aunt Jemima JemimaI Jemlmaging
1 I sQmewh sevoro severely y over overI overlien
at me somewhat
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I wish MI1DaYJ1es Md Mdhet hadbeen
lien epectaclea P this lIulume 110 so that hat you youe youamid
been e a at home 01 01old
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have been InLto introducO introducOWby d uc ucWhY
amid < old wish that aunt aUJ1 T I Ied IssYed
do you
WhY
ladllferenUy You ou expressed expressedme
ssYed ed
desire last year YIar1 Are re you yourpeclafly u uIally
me
rpeclafly he Ially same interested In Mr Daynes Ilayne I Id 1added
7 naughtily because bec Jse It you are areI arenot
added d for cultl cultlnut cu1t1AO cultttadpg
SCf I doat seeny see any reason on
AO not
nut atJor his acquaintance1 acquaintance1uy acqua acquaintance acquaintanceuy Ita n nc ncyy e eatJor
replied repliedlth repliedTith
dear Aunt Je Jeilia Jemima
uy
Tith lth ilia a decided blush showing through throughtoTwn throughe
toTwn of her handsome but uncom uncomayas uncomymisiog ncommslug
tan
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countenance as as IC she ahe were weref weremed weresmed
mslug
f med of what sho ahowas was going to toas toaas
ayas as well she shllmlght might beMr beMrmes 11e o Mr Mrh Mrgyynes
1J1IIea mes i Is a very ii iiI worthy wort h y man mann
1 I hate worthy menlM D1 n 1 r Interpolated Interpolateda
which always made Aunt Auntjmlma AuntJemlllladeclnr AuntJemlma
the tone
jmlma Jemlllladeclnr a declare t was wMa a Spoiled poUe child childTUs ChUdnIJ thlldThis
This time however she passed 11ssed my inycomment myCOD1meut mygmment
comment by with scarcely a frown frownul frownud frown1md
calmly though the blush blushincreased bushIDCreased blushIncreased
ul went on
increased slightly and ho ls s also ex exceedingly exugly exedingIy ¬
ceedingly ugly well off oftand and a widower widowerI
I gave a little gasp asking wrath wrathfully wrathSully ath athtully
fully what that had to todow1th do with me meOh meOhl meOh
Oh Ohl well really Betty she stam stamaered stamtmered tatnmered
aered you are now of a marriage marriageUe marriageable
able Ue age and andand and I do not see any anywjoa nnrttUOD anyteason
wjoa why you should not make Mr MrBijnes Mr8aynea Ir IrBa1lles
Bijnes happy He Wants a wife bad badK badi badlab
K I
i 10 you know of any any anyieason Treason reason why whyle
le should make me happy I asked askedtlth asked11th askedrith
tlth an attempt at sarcasm sar asm which wasfJlte wassmite was wastalte
smite unappreciated unappreciatedVM
VM several my aunt replied repliedsjy repll repliedi repliedttm11 d dllDIy
ttm11 sjy As I said before he wants wantsi
I i wife and I suppose sup ose you have no noliHire noSiro noaesire
liHire Siro to be an old maid maidtossed moldI
I tossed my head with some somelndlgna somelndlgnaWD indigna indignation ¬
ace WD In my own mind I did not fear fearttat fearthat fearthat
that fate very greatly gre tl ana aptLI I certainly certainlyTU certainlyvu
TU not going to be palnjed0ft Jahlfe4 l on c n any anyM anymln anyorder
mln cne M In inlir order to cacapeltT cacapeltTMy sacsp e l
My dear dearauntl aunt I thought you al nlnji alTl1 alToys
Toys maintained d that It was the hap hapjieit hapeatllte happiest
jieit eatllte life for a woman womanTor womnnTor womanFor
Tor some not for foryou you Betty Be Betfdti BefideI 13esdes
tfdti you OU have no fortune and are areterejjr arellarey arebarely
barely clever enough to earn your own ownIftag ownJl
Iftag Iftagthanks 111111Thanks Jl 1ng 1ngThanks
thanks I said my temper temperihlch temperwhich temperwhich
which was none of the coolest cooltyltrls cooltyltrlsmr rls rlsfsf
fsf and showing Itself In my burn burnto blrnI1r burniag
to cheeks thank you for or your y ur frank frankplaioa franltplDloD frankopinion
opinion of my mental and andmofl moral attn attributes nttrlkles attnklea ¬
butes As I have not n t suQclent s sufficient brains brainsUtarn brainsto brainstoearn
Utarn to earn a livelihood I Iilm > am supposed to toJ tae to1e
J 1e e willing to marry a llmJ1n man old olde enough enoughto lougll lougllID
to be my father fatherfor for whom I do not notWe riota nottare
We a straw strawso so as ante tp have llve a home hometfo hometo homeo
tfo o thank you Aunt Jemima JemimaTo
To my m surprise this did not arouse arousetor arouselaf arouseany
any corresponding ebullition yet our ourtopers ourlempers ourlempere
topers were so verrmtfctt verm very mticlt clt alike that thatI
I fully expected my myaunt > euint unt to flare up upli uph lPlallke
li lallke like manner mannerUy mannerMy manlierhy
Uy dear child she replied In Inlte inquite j jfllte
quite lte a patient and even even ven tender t tender nde voice voice4at voicelhat voicethat
that Is tender for her for or She she he was wasd wasd wasti
d a stern and almost manllke dls disposition dlsPJsltlon1 dlspositionI ¬
position PJsltlon1 wish nothing nothfngol of the sort sortyou sortIf
If i you do not get to care for him you younot youneed youneed
need not marry him Still I think thinkwould thlnltO
704 O < would be very fond of him and andi
i aID m sure he would would like like you very verynranh verylD1Irh veryIDmrh
nranh nranhWhy lD1IrhWh Why Wh do you thlnkttat thlnkttatTh tblnkt tiiat tiiatOh aU
Th Oh he would be sure Il euro re tot tot sho sheJlled shon shoreiled
n reiled Jlled In what I conalderQa1 cQ censldercd sldercdan u ex extfln extet4lngly ox oxreedingly
tet4lngly tfln ly lame manner mannerWell manner mannerWell
Well that Is the first firstilm time lime I ever everu everhtard everhtard
u htard rd you ou express snob a high opln oplnWiof
Wiof Iou ot my charms I said somewhat somewhatKiUUngly somewhatlathlnglr somewhatE
KiUUngly E Are t they ey BO fataUhat fatal that he hemH he11111d hebald
bald mH have to succumb at once onceAunts onceT onceTAunts oncednnte
Aunts disclaimer dls lalmer to this Query Quel1 was wase waslore wasnor
nor lore e emphatic than flattering yet sho shene shotatt shosire
sire me to understand distinctly distinctlythough
that though my charms were ee by nomeans no nos noIeaus
means ° s great she still believed they theysufficient
were e sufficient to fascinate Mr MrTO Mrrnes
> I + rnes rnesTbJa nesbje
TbJa bje only puzzled me me more thau thaunet thaalever
net TO Slid 1 coul could < 1 l riot ot o understand undAAJtan what whatwaprpmlitajr
r late Ioucsaed D ed my stall aun aunt lQ JurI turn liner he
a matchmaker She had an un
waprpmlitajr Ompr tnpr mt51ng Obj objection CtlOn tos t tm matrimony matrimonyne tr ny nyI
I ty lase ase of anyone any one alid and particular particulartly
r ne belonging to her own film famIS tarnhone
tly y
yliODe
IS hone of us ever W1 much looked fqr fqria
Bard td
ia to a visit to tober her quiet Wtlo WtloTBI 1It 1 1f 1e
TBI f folk 1001 e in fn tbo quiet lltlll towtfln to tower ln Nor Nort r
t by but J one ° ne of us us was packeXl toft toftmy rr rrcrl11other
act crl11other mother twice a year at mllfaqm mllfaqmJr
sad about Christmas 1 genera generaI gepora
Jr
I t 1Ne Pent ent In the summlSi Q a I COUItl UIP
the while my two eldat filsters hated hatedwho hatedJSi
JSi gestdee ids Of rushing about Oil w whels ls lsan
an et Jlmthe eldest who Was Waserci7 wallI rawSy
I Sy Idel e r to Aunt JemlmapG Jemimapoede decu decuI decuncufred
I Burred her dlsPleaiI1C1Wi dlsPleaiI1C1Wii
i tllthe I the previous Jeer fI e0 tbitt t t Ittaut neantr
r ht must go every BU enmmr J184 Ar a
= + every eve if ovlnter Inter It wu w l t rsiae tket < k 1 1Pro A
1x1 iil
Pro prospect Pect but mother WOUld WOUldOYl
let IPl ue s ort W i iI
She oJ
said aunt bad at
< OYl I Was spent he herllelr lf on her family who whooung CB CBn
h Young and We muat look at
> and n < 1 hw h her
r now 110 eb 81ae WM WMD0t
I did Dot b believe H t tfor > 1M 1Mb wIe
b 4 and nd I know r was w1 wbna o I IId IId14te bid
tate for a month nt ava atr a Ume U t
1
+ + + o odown
down In Norfolk but we all had to toplease toplease toplease
please the dear mother motherI
I should like to say In case casem mother mothershould mothershould lher lhershould
should be misjudged mlsju ged that there was wasnothing wasnothing wasnothing
nothing mercenary mer mercenary enlLry In her mind mlndfor for
Aunt Jemimas money was all sunk
I dont say I might have been more morewilling morewilling
willing to go g If I had thought It would
have led to my being an helrees some
day There here was however no consol consolation consolation consulatton ¬
ation of that or any other kind ex except except except ¬
cept that last I st year the dulness of my
visit had been a little tempered by
what I considered an exceedingly mild
flirtation filrtatlonat at least I thought of It In
that light at the time and concluded
that the young doctor with whom it itwas Itwas itwas
was carried on had been sent by a
kind Providence for the special sp clal pur purpose pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of alleviating my terrible ennui
Aunt Jemima was to be thanked
too as well as Providence e for she walt
the unconscious cause of our meeting
It was the result of a bad burn re received received received ¬
ceived while baking cakes Aunt dis disapproved dlsa disapproved ¬
approved a proved of girls being Idle and was wasdetermined wasdetermln wasdetermined
determined d to make me learn to cook
Now I lean can make as pretty a blouse blouseas blouse blouseas
as any anyone one and nd trim a hat that will willcompare wll1compare willcompare
compare favorably with a Westend Westendproduct Westendproduct Nestendproduct
product but these are ate only frivolous frivolousamusements frivolousamusements frivolousamusements
amusements In the eyes of Aunt Jemi Jemima Jemima Jemima ¬
ma So she set me to cakemaking cakemakingan eakem klng klngan
an occupation oc < patlon that I detest It ruins ruinsmy ruinsmy I Imy
my complexion and spoils my temper temperand temperand i iand
and at home my brothers say they theywill theywill theywill
will not have me metamPeJlng tampering with their theirdigestions theirdigestions theirdigestions
digestions so what Is the good of oftrying oftrolng oftrying
trying Nevertheless I was made to totry totry totry
try and consequently I got a aper aperfectly per perfectly pertectly ¬
fectly horrid burn burnAunt burnAunt burnAunt
Aunt Jemima sent for the doctor doctorwho doctorwho doctorwho
who Is an a old fogey and said to be bevery bevery bevery
very brutal brut l in his manners mannersor or lack lackof laclcof lackof
of manners He was away way greatly greatlyto
to my Joy and the assistant came who whoIs whofs whois
Is not at all an old fogey and not a abit nbit abit
bit brutal Jn In his way of treating one oneIn oneIn oneIa
In fact he he was very nice and polite politeto politeto
to the aunt a nt and awfully nice to me meI meI meI
I was rather glad oT that burn pour pourpasser pourpasser pourpasser
passer le temps I dont deny how however however however ¬
ever that the remembrance of of f It all allmade nilmade 11 11made
made the tb time pass pass more slowly dur during durIng durtng ¬
ing the winter months when I often oftenthought oftenthought
1 thought of my nice doctor and won wondered wondered wondered
dered whether I should ever seehim seehimagain see seehimagain him himligaln
again pondered I over the question questionwould questionwould questionwould
would he be married and I wonderedhow wondered wonderedhow wonderedhowI
how howI I should feel If he were and andwhether andwhether nd ndwhether
whether I should mind mln If he had for forgotten forgotten forgottenn ¬
gotten all about me meAunt meAunt me meAunt
Aunt would have been shocked had hadshe hadshe hadshe
she known i over thought of him I Iglared Idared Iflared
glared dared not even ask If he were still stillin stiliIn stillfn
in the town but I wanted dreadfully dreadfullyto
to know and as two days went by bywithout bywIthout bywithout
without my getting a glimpse of him himI
I began to think he had gone away awayOn awayOn awayOn
On the third morning however I saw sawhim s sawhim w whim
him pass pass the house and I felt pleased pleasedbut pleasedbut pleasedbut
but it was not till helooked he looked Up and I Isaw Isaw Isaw
saw theglad the glad look In his eyes that I Iwas IWDB Iwas
was trying to tp k ktep ep p out of mine that I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was really Cheered Aunt Jemima sawhim sawhim saw sawblm
him too and made the Illadvised ill advised re rerpark rema recaafc
rpark ma c that he was to be married soon soonI
i I did not want the information even evenIf evenIt evenIt
It it were true but I did not believe believeit
it was Aunt Jemima seems very verydifferent verydifferent verydifferent
different lately she never used to take takeany takenny takeany
any Interest in marriages and such cuchsllly suchsilly suchsilly
silly local gossip t cant quite make makeher makeer makeher
her er out outMr outHMr outMr
HMr Mr Baynes will be home sooner soonerthan soonerthan soonerthan
than he expected she remarked to tome tomen tomen
me men a little later I hear from his old oldhousekeeper 61dhouselceeper oldhousekeeper
housekeeper thatBusinesshas thatii that bnsinesshas slnesshas recalled recalledhim r recalledhim called calledhIm
him himI
I wish he would keep awayl I Imuttered rmuttered Imuttered
muttered but aunt did not hear me meI meI meI
I hope you will like UI e each other othershe ot othersho er ershe
she continued in a somewhat sQmewhatanxloulI sQmewhatanxloulItone anxioustone anxious anxioustone
tone which struck me as exceedingly exceedinglysUly exceedinglysUlY exceedinglyeuly
sUly sUlyWell
Well as he Is old enough to be bemy bemyfltthero bemy
my myfltthero father I replied In a provoking provokingmanner provokingmanner provokingmanner
manner I shall be pleased to acceptj acceptjall accept acceptbU acceptkill
all the chocolates and other nice nlC6thlng nicetbtnget i itilings
tilings he likes to givo me Perhap Perhapfie Perhaph Perhapshe
fie h wont wontbe be rgalIantenough > gallant enough to offer offerme 01f6rm1 offerme
me m1 any for thougn you call him a agentleman a1t1E aggntieinan
gentleman 1t1E 1UU1 farmer f expect he is a bit bitpt bitofa bitof
pt ofa a boor boorNot hoori boor boorNot
i < Not N t at all was thereply the reply he is isnot I Inbt isnot
not not at all a boor and he is I certainly certainlya certaIntYgenUemanDeslde
a gentleman genUemanDeslde Besides he Is quit qultayoung quitOung1 quiteyounghmla
young younghmla Oung1 nml mla a middleaged man man at atiay att1 atAfsy
iay Afsy t1 rate Upright and strong Qhl Qnlthere Qhlhere qhlthere
there here Is no doubt he Would ould makd mak a agood agOd agood
good husband hu bl1Ud for any girl girlI gtrlot
< ot I thought you disapproved of dig dlsjpatlty dlltrUy digyarity >
jpatlty rUy of of ofagp ago Ja marriage marriageI
l I do that th t Isto Iq to KY sayI say I object to a avoisan Iiwol1utn awoman
woman voisan marrying a man who Is her herjunior herjunlor herjunior
junior juniorWell juniorFell II IIWell
Well I do not see whya why 11 young youngilrl youngIrl younguIrl
ilrl Irl ritould atouldb bo bothered bOih with an old oldnd oldtwJ1Htnd oldred
twJ1Htnd nd any more than the theother other way wayI wayQbut
Qbut I saiaraggrartlvely said Idaggrvey aggresslvely beside besideI b lld a aI
I am not sure sure Ur that I do not 11Qtcare care for foromabody forombod forsomebody
somebody else elseAunt el elAlIl1t elseAunt
Aunt loolt looked d at t me sDrewdly Doehe Doeabe Doe Doeshe
he be cure care for yo your r It WM a a ooafuslsg ooafuslsgoiHMUoB ooaCutlugfIU8IUOI1 eonfusisgquestion
question a Slid 6d d I should hare liked to toy tosay
STAi say y AI Dutch a 4 ttfs Mr Day Baynes but t tfrtt 1fit Ifelt
fit I must rau t not arouse suspicion so I Imerely Jmeretr imerely
merely assured tre < J herthat I ra ml meant nt loth lothr < tb
r
log only I was as absolutely tired Of
hearing rbou rbout Her friend friendThat frIendThat friendThat
That evening I met Dr Alwyn and andafter andafler andafter
after our little walk together I could
have answered more satisfactorily satlsfactdrllythequestion the thequestion thequestion
question Does he care for you YO you T but butas butQII butas
as this is not my love story It des desnt d dnt driesnit
nt matter mntterwbat what happened thon
After that thathowever however my visit passed paiseJall pase paseall passedall
all too quickly I had my m cycle and
that gave < < = me me many opportunities s of ofgetting ofgetting ofgetting
getting off alone alonGno no I do not mean
that I mean It gave me many chances chancesof
of getting away not alone We had hadsome hadsome hadsome
some glorious times and though 1 1should 1should 1should
should have dearly liked llkera a little sym sympathy sympathy sympathy ¬
pathy I did not dare tell Aunt Jemima
till the home folks had sanctioned it
Dr Alwyn AlwynI I mean Tom Tomwas was going
to see my mother as soon as possible possibleafter possibleafter possibleafter
after my return home but it seemed seemeda
a I long time to wait waitThe waitThe waitThe
The day before Mr Barnes arrival I
had arranged to cycle over to an old
friend friendiof of mothers to spend the night nightIom nIght1om nighttom
tom was wasof of course going most o thp
way with me but he had to hurry
home so see some bothering patients patientsso
so I I was was afraid he would not be able
to take me m m0 all the distance Stillthe Still Stillthe Stilithe
the thought of the ride made us feel feelJolly feeljolly feeljolly
Jolly and Aunt Jemima was pleased pleasedbecause plellsedbecause pleasedbecause
because I would be home In time to tosee It Itsee tosee
see that wretched Mr Baynes Just Justas Justas Justas
as I was told to start however a note notecame nQtocame untocame
came from him to say that he would wouldbe wouldbe I
be back a day earlier and as he was wasdriving wasdriving wasdriving
driving from the station ho would wouldcome wouldcome wouldcomp
come In for some some tea on the wiV w wI
I am particularly p rtlcularlysorry sorry you JO will willbo willbeaut willbe
bo beaut out aunt said with a worried worriedlook worriedloole
look Could you not wire wireNo wireNo wireNo
No I could not I replied deter determinedly determinedly determinedly ¬
minedly You know this Is the th < < = only onlyconvenient onlyconvenient onlyconvenient
convenient day and mother would wou dbe dbevexed be bevexed bevexed
vexed If I did not manage to go Be Besides Besides Beaides ¬
sides I do > not want to see the old oldnuisance oldnulsan oldnuisance
nuisance nulsan e and you can tell him so soAunt soAunt soAunt
Aunt Jemima sighed lgh d and that was wasso wasso wasso
so unlike her that I was a a little cqm cqmpunctlous cqmpunctlous cqmpunctious
punctlous Immediately I went over overand overnnd overand
and sat down beside her herI
I am very sorry but I cannot help helpdisappointing helpdIsappointing helpdisappointing
disappointing you You are so mat matteroffact matteroffact matterof ¬
teroffact terof fact and prosaic aunt aunlyou aunt you do donot donot donot
not understand but really to me it itwould Itwould itwould
would be an awful thing to think or ormarrying ormarrying ofmarrying
marrying a man for whom I I did did not notcare notcarel notcaret
care carelI
careI
I know It is she answered meek meekly meekIy meekly ¬
ly and I do not want you to do dothat dothat dothat
that thatAnd
And l i never could care for him himI
I continued continuedYou continuedYou continuedYou
You do not know knowObi knowOhi J
Obi Yes I do Never neverl nev never neverl noverl ¬
er erl
Aunt Jemima only smiled ntmy ntFny ve vehemence vehemence vohemence ¬
hemence and said quietly You might mightin mightin nlghtIn
in time child childNo I Io ry
y No o I never could and aunt do doyou doyou doyou
you want td marry marryHer marrylIer marryHer
Her look of horror was so sogrent great that thatJ thattried
J tried to t Improve upon the ques question quutlon question ¬
tion I mean do dOYQU you think hink It is ad advisable advlsable advisable ¬ I
visable for t r any woman to change ber berstate berstate herstate I
state of single blessedness blessednessNot blessednessNot blessednessNot
Not Not if she can help he p It Itss as a rule rulebutI ru16but roWbut
butI but I have already told you y u some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reasons why I think it would be bewise bewise bewise
wise for you to look favorably on Mr MrBaynes MrBaynes fr frBaynes
Baynes BaynesAnd BaynesAnd BaynesAnd
And I have already replied to them themNo themNo themNo
No aunt I shall not marry for the thosake tb tbsake thesake
sake of a a home and I shall only mar marry marry marry ¬
ry when I love someone so much that thatI
I want to be his wife more than any anything anything anything ¬
thing else on earth earthThis earthThis earthThis
This speech was evidently too much muchfor muchtor muchfor
for Aunt Jemima and I hurried off to toget toget toget
get myself ready for my ride rideleaving rideleavingher leaving leavingber leavingher
her to digest it at her leisure leisureThe leisureThe leisureThe
The next evening when I arrived arrivedagain arrlvedagain arrivedagain
again at my aunts I found to my dls disgust dlsgustthat dlsgust ¬
gust gustthat that Mr Baynes had come to pay paya papa
a second visit He was evidently quite quitedetermined qultCldetermined quitedetermined
determined to see seem me Persistent Persistentwretch Persistentwretch Persistentwretch
wretch I said to myself I hate you youalready youalready youalready
already alreadyI
I thought he was coming last lastnightI lastnight lastnight
nightI night I remarked savagelytomy savagelytomyaunt sav savagely gely tQlIy tQlIyaunt tQ my myaunt
aunt who whQ had met me In n the tall tallwith Lullwith n nwith
with the news and was was1ookl looklnga gli lit little Ittie littie ¬
tie frightened and triumphant triumphantSo trlumph nt ntSo
So he did dldbuthe but be would like to tosee tosee tosee
see see you youdear youdearHer dear dearHer
Her hesitation riled me still more moreThen moreTheuhe moreThen
Then Theuhe he shall not hays the th9pleDB th9pleDBurel th pleas pleasure pleasure ¬
ure urel I said throwing down my mygloves mygloves mygloves
gloves viciously I ilw I wont nt come In InOh Inl InlOhl inOh
Oh Ohl you you ou must and aunts auntBlook look of ofdistress ofdfstress ofdistress
distress was so real that th t I relented a alittle aIIW xilittle
little IIW
littleWell
Well Ill get getyo1 you out of the diffi difficulty dlmcuUy dlfAculty ¬
culty this time Ill let him know he hehas liehas Ie Iehai
has not any chanee cha el I ejaculated r rCuslng re refusing < h hfusing
fusing to hear hear60me some agitated whsper whsperof whl per perof
of my poor aunts whowas who wail terribly terriblyafraid terriblyatrald terriblyafraid
afraid our conversation would w utd be beoverheard beoverheard e eoverheud
overheard I dd not n t mind if it were wereand were wereand wereand
and I marched In boldly Iesolved Iesohedto Iesohedtogive to toglyethlB togleethis
glyethlB give thll troublesome troubles m suitor uIorhIS his quiet quietus qUtetus q let letus
us at once onceAunt onceAunt onceAunt >
Aunt Jemima however h W Ver ers fallowed on onmy o omy1i onm
my my1i m Heels HeelsI el I II JI
I did not look at all l n Jfrlendjy but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Baroea disregarded dlsre a 4e my m grim as asJCCt asPect aspect
Pect PectI
I hope we w shall he reapqnUed r pqt1lled gen genlally genI geaally
ally I especially as I am m going to be beher beher beher
her new uncle uncleI
I sank into a chair ehalrand and gated at atthem atthem atthem
them both ID a a moment my heart heartwent heartiVel1t bestrtwent
went out to him hlmUlls this dear Mr Bayne BayneThere BaynellTbere BaynesThere
There was IV something about hit hi op open OJMnhank openfrank n nfrank
frank and friendly fr1811dlyCOUilteullfll counteaan oounteaaanca that thatone tbltODe thatone
one could not r resist Ut besides beakl u I was wassuch wassuch Walb
such b a relief to mt mtBetty 111 111Dett meBetty
Betty Dett dear b bu 6 a my wjn1 IWn tim tllDJ ¬
J
ldly I could not persuade him tc tcmarry tomarry t tmarry
marry any ono younger and prettier prettierso prbttlbrso
so so t just had tp to give inam In InI Inam
I am am very very glad I said 8lldrl 8lldrlfng saidr1S saidr1Sfog ris rising ¬
fog and kissing me and Im sure sureyou sureyou sureyou
you will be happy Mr Baynes BaynesIng BayneslO BaynesOu
O Ou iN ht t to be lie replied l laugh laughing Jgh JghI
Ing I g rVo ye been b enl long ng enough gettingw getting gettingwhat gettingwat
what w at Ivwanfed Iwan I wanfetl Your aunt tried to toconvince toconvlnceme toconvince
convince convlnceme me rne that she could find findyounger ayounger a ayounger
younger and prettier edition of her herself hefseIC herself
self but It was no good goodimagining goodimaginingany Imagining Imaginingany
any any other woman woman would do for John JohnBaynes JobnBayn JohnBaynes
Baynes BaynesAunt Bayn Baynes BaynesAunt sl slAunt
Aunt Jemima Jeminfa blushw blushed most becom becomingly becomIngly becomingly ¬
ingly and an I could no not help hoping that thatTom thatTom thatTom
Tom jvould wou always feel like that tow towards towards towards
ards me meMoreover meMore meMorepverand
Moreover More Morepverand verand and there was a wick wicked wicked wicked ¬
ed twinkle In Mr Baynes eyes eresHI I am amtold amtold amtold
told at last after aft r all your aunts ro romancing romancIng romancing ¬
mancing that this younger and pret prettier pretUeredltlon prettier ¬
tier Ueredltlon edition would not listen to any anyof an anof anyof
of her suggestions suggesUonsbut but scouted theIdea theidea the theIdea
Idea with scorn Very sensible too I Ithink 1think Ithink
think I You see my dear hlcce nlecoyou nlecoyouare you youare
are my niece arent you youT I nodded noddedcheerfully noddedcheeflully noddedcheerfully
cheerfully Well a man may not notmarry notmarry notmarry
marry his niece even if he wants antsto antstowhich to towhich towhich
which I do not and you dont don t want wantto wantto wantto
to marry your uncle so were happy happyall
all round roundeven even Jemima I think In InSpite Inspite n nspfte
Spite of her long aversion to matri matrimony mlitrlmany matrimony ¬
mony Their eyes met at that mo moment momelit moment ¬
ment and I saw a glance pass be between between betweea ¬
tween them that told me that Aunt AuntJemima AuntJemima AuntJemima
Jemima was was already becoming recon reconciled reconciled reconciled ¬
ciled to her her fate fateLondon London 3 S Times TiroesMEXICAN TlroesMEXICAN TimesMEXICAN
MEXICAN BANDITTI BANDITTIHordes DANDITTIHordes BANDITTIHordes
Hordes of Ruffians Who WhoOnco Once Terror TerrorIzed Terrorzed Terrorized
Ized Across Acro the Border BorderThe Bolder BofderThe BolderThe
The banditti were In many cases casesmen easesn casesnien
men nien n of position posltl n and their operation operationwas
was known if not no openly recognized recognizedwrites recognIzedwrites recognizedwries
writes a correspondent of the Terra TerroHaute TerraHaute TerreHaute
Haute Star In discussing old Mexico MexicoIt
It Is difficult to realize how lately latelyMexico latelyMexico latelyMexico
Mexico swarmed with these maraud marauders
ers he continues Travelers writing writingof
of Mexico as late as 1882 speak of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the prevalence of the evil which whichspread whichspread whichspread
spread to the very gates of the Capitai Capi Capital Capltal ¬
tal One of the most frequented roads roadsnear roadsnear roadsnear
near the city was that which Cortes Cortesbuilt Cortesbuilt Cortesbuilt
built from Mexico over to Cuernavaca Cuernavacain
in the mountains between the dill diligences dillgeaces dillgences ¬
gences were wer constantly constantlybelng being robbed robbedIn robbedIn
In some parts of the country the thebandits thebandits thebandits
bandits wero not quite as gallant gaUantas gaUantasthese asthese as asthese
these gentlemen are In poetry and andromance andromance andromance
romance and they took everything everythingthat overy thing thingthat
that passengers had so that an in incoming Incoming incoming ¬
coming diligence sometimes looked asif as asIf asIf
If It were were bringing tourists homo from fromthe fromIbe fromthe
the Garden of otEden otEdenIt Eden EdenIt EdenIt
I
It was one one of the most character characteristic characterIstlo characteristie ¬
istic and andpractl practical 1 services servl es that Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent Diaz did for his country the theridding theridding theridding I
ridding it of these pests The stroke strokewas stroMwas strokewas i I
was chnractcrstlc in Its shrewd diplo diplomacy diplomacye Iplo Iplomacy ¬
macy for President Diaz Is Isa a a master masterdiplomat masterdlplomnt masterdiplomat
diplomat He declared an amnesty amnestyfor
for nUsentlemen nlt entlem n of the road on con condition condition ¬
dition they would enter tho army and andho and1e andhe
he ho 1e promised to organize them Into u ucavalry IIMalrycorps acavalry
cavalry Malrycorps corps corps practically Independent Independentof
of of the rest of the army nrm organization organizationand organizationand
and mitch better paid paidFor paidFor paidFor
For those who did not come In and andbo an anbo andbe
bo good eoodbe d1ie be promised extermination exterminationThey extermlntlonThey exterminationThey
They came in wore organizedas organizedasrangers organized as asrangers asrangers
rangers or technically rurales the themost themost themost
most most respected and feared division of ofMexicos of11exlcos ofMexicos
Mexicos armed forces and one o othe at atthe ofthe
the best organizations of mounted Ir lrregulars Irrogulars irregulars
regulars In the world worldThus worldrhus worldThus
Thus the political wisdom and prac practical practical practical ¬
tical sense of General Gener l Diaz has been beenJustified beenJustified beenjustified
Justified amply by Its its fruits fruitsAn frullsAn fruitsAn
An American of many years rest residence resldence restdente ¬ i
dence in Mexico who hag ha known the thePresident tbePresident thePresident
President personally and seen seen condi conditions condltlons conditions ¬
tions change steadily and progressive progressively ¬
ly during his long rule told me that thatwhile thltwijUe thatwhile
while this was WIlSDneof one no of the most pic picturesque picturesque picturesque ¬
turesque examples of Diazs genius geniusit
it was only one of litany less observed observedComing observedComing observedComing
Coming to the presidency after tho thepseudo thopseudorepublics thopseudorepubllos
pseudorepublics pseudo ropublice threequarters of n ncentury noentury acentury
century misrule he managed by b1a b1aknowledge a aknowledge aknowledge
knowledge of men m n by a remarkable remarkableinsight remarkabloInsight remarkableinsight
insight Into individual character by byan byan byan
an extraordinary mingling of strength strengthand strengthand strengthand
and complaisance by b a masterly play playIng PlayIng playing
Ing of one factor against another to tobring tobring tobring
bring order out of f political chaop to todispose todispose todispose
dispose of faction to crush the foes foesthat foesthat foesthat
that would not come in from the themountains themoun themountains
mountains moun tlnQof of ambition and the thickets thicketsof thlcketof thlcketqof
of revolt to help him make makaorder order and andestablish andestablish andestablish
establish modern progress progressWhen progressWhen progressWhen
When one gets these frequent frequ nt vivid vividglimpses vividglimpses vividglimpses
glimpses iOt what Mexico Med o was before beforeDiaz betoreDiu beforeDiaz
Diaz came to the presidency prCllden Y one la lalikely laIlkel islikely
likely Ilkel to to modify ones pronounced pronouncedprejudices pronouncedprejUdices pronouncedprejudices
prejudices against agalnsta a rule which baa baabeen Msbeen hasbeen
been dictatorial and not republicanWhen republican republicanWhen repubn n i iWben
When one reads of the ambition of ofIlurblde ofIlurblde ofIturbide
Ilurblde or the treachery tre chert of Santa SantaAna SantaAna SantaAna
Ana when w enone one looks down thecen thecenturys the cen century cen centurys ¬
turys tury perspective with Its perpetual perpetualrevolts perpetual pe1petualrevolta perpetualrevolts
revolts Its rapid succession of govern governments governments governmeats ¬
ments and almost complete stagnation stagnationof
of progress proT S one begins trf realize tO lIzo how howtruly howtnll howtruly
truly tnll beneficent bon ftcent has hasbc been n the rule of ofone ofone ofone
one of the worlds great dictators dictatorsLiberty dictatorsLlberfy dictatorsLiberty
Liberty Is not a narrow formula and anilwhat an andhat t tbllt
what hat Mexico and the Mexicans needed neededmost itcdellmost neededmost
most was liberty V learn and practise practisethe practi6the praatlssthe
the arts of pence P II Porflrjo JW Dlai Dlaicured se secured rtecured ¬
cured to them thatliberty that 1b6rtYI liberty 1 It there thereare thereare thereare
are defects in the edifice he H JilIwlld JilIwlldd his s build builded buildad
ed d It Is because be is human not dl divine dltoe dlvine ¬
vine toe The work accooftpliiUml surely surelyjHBtlflti surelyJIIstlfl surelyjustifies
justifies JIIstlfl him as 1 a patriot t and states statesA st stslesman tea teaman
man manA
A Man never J1 er gets dype dyspepsia < 1y pei ala a from tramMitlng fromeating
eAting the things b he dislike
ANCIENT aU GUANAJUATO Ao MINES MINESFrom 1 1From 1
J
From One Shaft 300000OOOJri Silver Silverv I
Ii Bald to Have Been Taken TakenAt TakenAt
1 I v At the end of the eighteenthcen eighteenthcentury eighteenth eighteenthfury cell celltury ¬ f 1 1lh
tury tho mines of the Guanajuato were weredeepest t tthe
lh the foremost Of l their kind It 1DJ 1DJth 4 4thent
th thent n < Ihnt at the Valonclana shaft WJUI WJUIsun was K Ksunk
sun sunk to 1800 feet and It Is still the iO lj ljdeepest i 1 1deepest
district A I IThis I IThis tThis
deepest In the 1 +
This work workt was was < completed In 1765 1765at 118 1783 1783at d dat
at a fabulous tabul us expense exp nse It is said saidhave td fv r t thave
have cost a a million though thoughuven oven this thisexpenditure thisorpendituro 1 Ilf Ilfhave < i iexpendlturo
expenditure seems seems small compared comparedwith oomparodwith V
with that of the th Combination shaft shaftordinary shaftsunk i1ji i1jisunk i
sunk Qn the Oomstockfode Oomstoek lode in 1881 + s sthis 1 j jthis
y
this was 3100 feet deep all ilOOS cost EOr IT is
r ys
000000 t if ifTbe I r rThe
The cost of the big shatt ot the Y YValenciana I IValencfann
Valencfann was offsetbY offset by nn exfra Xfro Ai i iordinary I Iordinary
ordinary production stated s ntod at E30b 30fc 30fcPOOOOO 30 < 3 f r
000000 most of if It extracted during the thelatter th thlatter
latter half of the flghtcenth eighteenth century centuryThis Y YThis tt jtC
This figure corresponds with the total totaloutput 1JA 1JAoutput t toutput
output of the Comstock up to the tlni tlniwhen tlmwhen tima i iwhen
when the lower workings Were aban abandoned nb ¬ I Idoned 1doted
doned in 1884 1884On N NOn s sOn
On August 20 1804 the kings tar taron tAXf tAXfon faxon f
on the Valenclana amounting to the thesum th thesum > J Jsu
sum su of 2G4S8G6 was paid As thl thlrepresented this i irepresented r I Irepresented
represented onefifth one fifth of oftbe the yield of a aperiod aperiod t tperiod
period of t five years it sorves to sub subBtaijtlate subBtaIlnteeven substanttatb
Btaijtlate BtaIlnteeven eventhe the extraordinary stat statistics tat tatistlc ¬ f
istics of these old mines The other othermines othermines othermines
mines mines on the Veta Madre and those thoseon th so soon 1 1on
on La Luz veins also produced produ ed cnorov cnorovously Onortuously norm normously
ously at this period so that the pope population pop ¬ 1 1lation
lation n of the 1 h e district diS trlct at the beginning beginningof eglnnlnJof i t tof i icreased
of the nineteenth century had In Increased tncreased ¬ a J
creased to 100000 100000This 100000This 100000Plots <
This was the time of f tlumboldtte tlumboldttevisit tIumboldtTlalt a avisit
visit He He says that tho whole wh le vein veinthe velDthe veinthe
the Vota Madro of Guanajuato may niajrbe tria triae maybe
be e estimated at four ouncca of silver stivert sllyerperQulntal I Iperquintal
t erqulntal > of minerals As a quintal quintalis A l lIs
is 100 pounds this means m ansore ore averag averaging averagfog ¬ r rtng
fog eighty ounces per ton of t2OOO 2000 2000pounds 1 1rounds J Jpounds
pounds poundsThen s sThen
I
Then came < aml tho long years of the therevolution therevolution f frevolution
revolution against Spanish Sp1Qlsbdomll1 domination dominationIn l1on l1onIn t k i iIn
In 1810 when In the height of her herprospvlty herprosp herpmspa
I Ijuato
prosp pmspa prospvlty lty as a mining center Guana Guanajuato ¬ Lf Lfjuato
juato was attacked ttack dby by the republican republicanforces re repubilcaaforces > > ubllqam I
forces torcesand and life became Insecure so sothat IFOthat ao aothat
that mining operations were discour discouraged disconnaged ¬ I P Paged
aged and all work of Importance was wasdiscontinued r J JdlsconUnucd idiscontinued
discontinued Deep work ceased en entirely ¬ i It Ittfrely Ii IitJrelyno
shafts were sunk and andtha the the theproduction I Iproducttonofor
tirely tJrelyno no were t I Itrequent
production producttonofor of ore e was Wa s reduced redncedt9 to Infrequent In infrequent ¬ S Sproduction
shipments taken from rom ¬ J Jporting
frequent sup supporting np t tporting
porting pillars Jl1ars and from the sides oC oCold o oold 1
old slopes slopesEven slopesEven t
Even such uch decadent miningbecamer miningbecamerInsignificant mining became bocam8tnslgnlno becameinstgnltloant +
Insignificant tnslgnlno nt as the miners were were driven driventoward i itoward It Ittoward
toward the surface by the slowly Ris Rising tisIng Is ¬ y ytog
ing water It was at this period of ofgeneral < < If 11 j jgoneral
general oneral lawlessness awl ssncs that the beat 11 i iwalls l r rwalls 19 19Walls L Laround
walls with watch towers were built builtaround 1iJi t
around the mines InlnesunUI until every fery prop property pr prop Pi Pierty 1 1erty
erty of consequence hadthelook had tbe OOltor of ofa J t I Ia
a fortress fork ss Similar Similar protection > n Wa Wafilveii VI Was Wasgivo I ii I
Given to the reduction works walcb walcbbecame 1 I Ibecame 1
became bocametortlfied fortified Inclosures InclosuresWHAT I incloauresWHAT j
Ii I IWHATSHE
WHAT WHATSHE SHE SAVED SAVEDMistressWhat SAVED SAVEDMIstressAVhat SAV D j jMlstrcss
MIstressAVhat Mlstrcss Vhat was that terrible terrlblacrash terrlb1ecrash r rcrash
I
I IMalttt
crash crashMaid crashMaidI 1
Maid Malttt I tripped trlpp d on the carpet and andltho I1D I1DthQ andthe
the tea things fell maam maamMistress maamMistressDid I IMistressDId
Mistress MistressDId Did you manage to pave BaTSfir sara saraanything e eanything 11 11anything
anything anythingthe anythingMaidYes < I IMald
Mald MaidYes = Yesm maatp aIJ I I kep hold ot ofthe 1 tt ttthe
the tray ail all rightBlack rlghtr rlghtrDIackalVl Black uqd njl White Whites WhiteKNEW WhiteKNEW s sKNEW
s
KNEW HIS BUSINESS BUSINESSTraveler BUSINESSTraveler j jTraveler
Traveler Traveler at atcountry country hot61 hotonIf hotelHow How Howmuch o i iimuch imuch I Iroom trnom
much is my bill I didnt have a amom 1
mom I had hdto had to sleep on the billiard billiardtable billIardtabel s stablet
table tableLandlord tabletLandlordYour Landlord Landl LandlordYour rdXor Your bill Is S320 320 tablefYJ for forsight torf forP ft I Ieight r
eight hours ho rs use use i e of the billiard table tableFamlllo 111 111Landl I 1 1FllmUlo F FFamilio
Famlllo Journal JournalFAMILY < 1 1 1U
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FAMILY FA nLY FOOD FOODCrlip FOO FOODCrisp t I I ICrbp
Crisp Toothsome e and Requires s JJa JJaCooking 4 I t tCooldnr I ICoolsins
Cooking CookingA t J 1
A little boy down down Jn N C asked ftskelhis as1c r rhis j jJlls
his mother to write an a account of bow bowGrapeNuts i li liGrapeNuts It ItGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts food had helped their theirfamily tbelrfamilY ti tifamily
family familyShe familyShe r rSbe
She sjys saOrapeNuts GrapeNuts was first firetbrought firstbrought I Ibrought
brought to her attention on on a vim to toCharlotte I ICharlotll ICharlotte
Charlotte where slle visited the tbeMayor i iMayor i 4
H HfOQd
Mayor of that city who was using usln the thefood 3 3food
food by the theadvlceof advice pt his physician physicianShe F FShe
She says saysThey aa1sS aa1sSTherdcrlye f fThey
They Therdcrlye derive derive so much good from fromIt fromItthat tromttthat It Itthat
that they saver never pus a 1 day without withoutusing withoutus withoutmating
using us g It While I was there I used usedtho usee useetho 1 < e ethe
tho Food regularly I gained about aboutIS i
IS poundsand DOundsandfelt ponnde ans felt so well that tb t whoa whnvI
I returned return d homo bEl bpnoo 1e I began beg uuilnc using Grape QrapeHuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts Inour family regularly regularlyMy g gMy
My little 18 months months m ntha old baby babyshortly babysbortly babyshortly
shortly after being weaned wan TarT Terrill TarTtU r rill
ill with dyspepsia and teething She Shewas he hewas t twas
was sick nine weeks and we tried triedeverything trIedeerythlng triedeverything
everything She became so emaciated emaciated1that emaciatedthat + I Itbat
that It was lis painful to handle her lirapd lirapdwet and andGwe
1 we wet thought lougbt we we were going to lose loseher loseher loseher ° n nme
her One day a happy thought urged urgedme urgedme
me to 0 try GrapeNnts qrap Nnts Soaked loakedln in a lit little 11ttte ¬ i itie
tie warm warm milkWolf milk milkWolf ml1kWelf
Wolf It worked like a charm charm and andshe andshe andshe
she begin taking It regularly and anI Ira IBQprdvement Irar innprdvement
prdvement r em nt set in at once She Is 1sJto 1sJtogetting lsnow lsnowgetting aow aowsotting
getting well and round and fat a as < last taatas lastas ss
as possible OHlb1e on GrapsKutB GrapsKutBSome GrapeNutsSoate GrapeICutaSome
Some tithe ago several of the fan fanthe falllUy fansfly
Uy were stricken with L LaGtlppe Gtlppe at atthe atthe
the same time and during the worst worstUgtt ortlt ortltI t tsjtallgs
I sjtallgs Ugtt we we could not relish anything atlytkl anythingiq g
tj 1 iq the snaps of Joed but QrapaNute QrapaNuteWd
said wall oranges > > etrythlag a rytMsg lee lie lieJIII8Jl nact nactawatsrt
JIII8Jl ul u uWa 4 4We
Wd all appreetate llt Ieetate what hat Jour fitar fitari f fous fmagus rf5i rf5iThetes
magus ous toOtlli food vas do done for our faDlIlt faDlIltX i i ito i iTheres
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