THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAKELAND. FLA., FEBRUARY 29. 1913
n Nnvn 7mnn of thfpAY BY
BEWARE OF SUDDEN ATTACKS
THAT MAY PROVE DEADLY.
YOU CAN SOON REPEL THE
MOST DANGEROUS WITH
THE RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
COUGHS AND COLDS
AND QTHER DISEASES CF
THROAT AND LUNGS
PRICE 50c AND $1.00
jjjwja SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY -
The Midnight Cry of Fire!
' Af!S2? The CRASH of Timbers!
11 &kdf!m . The SWISH of Water!
lie CLANG of the Engine!
The SHOUTS of Firemen!
The HOOF BEATS of Horses!
The CRY of the Populace!
The CEACiaiNG of Flames!
The SMASHING of Glass!
dill on us for 1 1 ': I Kstute lnr
Siiiiis, f.Hinrt, houses, vaiunt irl
eriy, business Kites, property for
rent, etc. List your property for
sale with us. We'll push it.
Arc All Terrifying
lut Not So Heart-rending
As The Thought
That The House
WAS MOT INSURFD
It Costs Little. See
THE R. H. JOHNSON FIRE
P. E. CHVNN, Manager
II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 It I4hMhM"M'M
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let artu'le', fundries, and
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THE WHITE DRUG STORE
FANCY CAKE BAKING
is a specialty of which we are more
than proud. So if you want an espe
cially pretty and toothsome birthday
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CTIAPTKIt I. Harry Swlftnn is pt-
nlnir alum; in Ills auto, hi thoURUti
dwellim; Hi happy nmWiimioii of n coin
Inp visit (rem Ins fiancee. Lucy Medders, a
(,'bakcros.s, wiiu niiiiseil hlni when lie was
Injured In mi auto uerident out in the
country. His mind taken oft of his sur
roundings hy tins piivigitnt thoughts he
cruslieH Into another auto containing a
It-riiiun count mid ft beautiful woman.
Th woman's hut is ruined. Alwnt-miml-edly
Hurry tli rusts the remnants ot the
bat in hih pocket and muka his bscape.
Cli.U'TKR II. Carolyn. Harry' sister,
arrives to play t.ust K u rates l'rim
nier. a distant relntlve of l.uev's, arrives
with a hat 'nl'-tided as a ult't to Lucy.
Harry Is truilt.i to his homo hy the Ger
man count and the lady o tha iutnafc-i
rilATTKTt ITT. Who. It develops, Is
Mr, dneial lilazi-s. ftii Is In diHtrie
tion lest her hush-ind Fliould hear of her
escapade. She declares that her milliner
tld her a duplicate f-rhe rultvii hat hud
been delivered t Harry's house. U"
sneiiilliu' to her demaa.ls for fan hut Har
ry InsiKti that ho knows nothing about
li. I. le y Mcildors and Iht fatlier arriv-H
and the Count i:f Ui. rct. il in tl lllirary
arid .Mrs. lilacs In Hurry's bidrootn.
CHAI'TCIt IV. l,n -y profees .i-iHosltr
r"L'".r'1inu' the ri.or.i in wh.i' li Mrs. lilazea
Is hidden and Harry Is fmcud to do some
CHAT'TFU V. The milliner arrive to
tru e the duplicate hat. She proves to b
1'apline 1 1 iflinniiei v.'mm Harry had
shown coviider able nt: Hit ton to In th.e
past and the itualion bei-onies mere co:o
pReat'd. Kiie niT'i's to ninko nnotlier
ha, providing Harry v.'.il t al.e her to din
i"T. I.iicv ard '..rlyn call Harry and
tiap'uie I hiistle.l Into t!a room ocaai
n:ed by lln Count. The Count and Daphne
It secies hurl carr'ed on a. thrla ion la
fore and fiieetLii each other Warmly,
CHAl'Trit VI. T!i C.aint nsls llaptine
v!iy sh" lo'd left I Im stand'n on a cor
wr tiiitln fer Ix r one -v nl.r. she ev
ul. ins Hint she 111.0 a dear friend nnl
'i.iil 10 PiprMih'd him to dinner, the
Count had Riven her n rlir 011 a forno 1
occasion 11111I dcinai led I's r.-t'irn, Mefilirie
"'olaai-i tliat she ii.ad piveii If to On-rat
III17.1S. at that the Coiiot was In a Ht.u'
t inltel ixo-'h-via'T fai lr an:v he bnd
viven Mrs. P.hrcx a 1 upli--1 T o' !!" r'ni:
lhat her husband b;.,. ll.ndlM ad V f
Co'inl exeliaive bitt"'- words 111 I I'.a
r 'uses to stay In the nntm r .11 vl'h
him. wo slie enters the room Ih a! Vr.-.
Illa.fs is coucea'cd in.
CMAPTKU VII. Harry and I.iicv en'-v
the Mum, aciauepanh'il li v Mr.
v ho -aq busv leoklmr arouad the lioti--
and before Harry could Mop him bad
opened Iho door of the lib":". v' e;,
the Count tvas concent. J. Kvolanatloos
followo,i and the Count jdayed I he rol"
of Hurry' Gorman tutor. Hum- I -
forced to tell what lie has loured nn
the Count nss'sts him, the dereptioii
proves a success.
Harry felt that there was nothing
he could do which would gufilcienly
show his gratitude to the Count.
Everything was straightening out
nicely. To git rid of the Count would
be simple. As his German tutor,
what could be more natural than for
the Count to put on his hat and walk
away? And then there was the quick
manner In which the Count had ral
lied to his support Evidently, In
spite of his grievance, the Count was
a man who would not stand or sit
Idly by and see a fellow man suffer
because of a mistake, or a combina
tion of mistakes.
With a quiet wink to the Count,
Harry said to Lucy and her father:
"I want to take you around the
grounds a bit, now. Count von Kit
will excuse us, I know."
"Most certainly," the Count replied,
grandly, "t'nd I vill pursue my
Hut more noise was heard from the
hallway, and Harry flinched. He
could not lin.afrine what further trou
ble fate had In store for him. but he
had export need so much in this brief ;
time, and his nerves ere on such a
wire edge, that he knew any unusual !
noise meant trouWe, and any unusual !
silence might mean worse.
"What can it be?" Lucy asked In
"Let us go and see," Medders said, j
They were saved the effort, for Car- j
olyn came running in. her eyes big 1
with alarm, and her face white with j
fright. She rushed to Harry and '
clung to him.
"Oh, Harry!" she cried. "That ter
rible old General!"
"Gott!" the Count exclaimed. tnn.
Ing toward the library. "He hass dis
"What is it Carolyn? What about
the General V asked Harry.
"There, there, my girl." soothed Mr.
Medders. "Calm thyself.".
"Do tell us what has frightened
thee," Lucy begged, taking Carolyn's
hand in hers and patting It
"General Biases." Carolyn said,
straightening herself up and catching
her breath. "General Biases is com
ing, and he swears he will do desper
ate things. Harry. Oh. I am so
The deep voice of the General
boomed from the halt
"Where Is she?" he shouted.
"Where la she? t want my wife, I tell
He stormed Into the den and con
fronted them. He stalked on to Har-
tybrandlshing his cane. .
"Where is my wife?" he clamored.
"You scoundrel! Where is my wife?"
Harry waited until the General had
cm out of breath: this procedure also
al'owing him to collect his wits. Then
"Why, General, what In the world Is
"Everything's wrong! You're a scam
doundrel; I'm a fam dool! My wife
is a ticked wirt I mean a wicked
"It's comin?; in bunches." Harry
f-.o.vht to himself. He determined
that, even though tho General had
reason to believe his wife was in tho
I1011.se, ho would affect to misunder
stand him and thus disarm him.
"Why, General," he said, "you're
"You bft I'm excited!" the General
ye'.'ed, shaking his ,cane in the air,
while Lucy nnd Carolyn shuddered
rvi! Isrt'd each other tight, behind -Mr.
Ve'lders, and the Count stood ready
7i fesii !
I fh I i
- Mil! I
Good fences--and lots of them
T.:y Wife Is In There."
to jump into the library if the fury
of tlie General should be directed at
"You bet I'm excited. I'm as loozy
as a crane I mean crazy as a loon.
I want my wife, I tell you. Where li
"Well, General," Harry replied stir
fly, "I'm not running a guessing con
test you know."
"None of you nam donsense! You
know where my wife is."
Mr. Medders stepped forward with
bis hand raised to calm the General,
and, speaking to Harry, asked:
"Knowest thou aught of his wife,
"I don't know what can be the
matter with hint," Harry evaded.
The Count sidled toward the door
into the ball, saying meekly:
"I think I am going, now."
The General stopped him with a
flourish of hU rane, and shouted:
"You stay right here! You may
know srraethlng of this."
Lucy now found a chance to ask
"What is it the man sayeth of thee,
Harry?" she asked.
Hefore Harry could reply to her the
General dciup tided:
"Has my wife been here today?"
"I can answer for him." Lucy re
plied, gently. "No strange woman
has been here."
The General looked puzzled. He
took off his hat. tucked his cane under
his arm, and mopped his brow.
"That's remarkable," he said. "My
wife telephoned from this house not
half an hour ago. They told me so at
the millinery store down the street
I stopped there to Inquire for her."
"They must have been mistaken,"
Harry said. "It Is just possible that
they had the number mixed. I dont
believe they even know who we are
here. We don't deal with them."
"Well, Harry." the General said,
slowly, looking from one to the other
of the faces before him, and realising
that he had been In error. "I'm sorry
1 made such aa ass of myself. Ton
don't know what it Is to be worried
about a wife yet Toull pardon me.
"Why, certainly, General," Harry
amM. grasping his outstretched hand.
"Let bygoaee be bygones aad all that
t know bow you feel I've been wor
ried eace or twice myself but not
about a wife."
"Well, ay boy, your time will
come," eagely promtoed the General.
"I trust the ladle will pardon me. aad
yon gentlemen, also."
Lacy and Carolyn, Mr. Meddera aad
the Gout cheerfully forgave him aad
he started eat. when Oh, luckless
fate! from the room where Daphne
jgJCrai.Bjsjfa .wajtojl cams
(Continued on page C.)
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