jc, vifijsi QjyjB'AriLii ' -JdcrifcNAii; biday, koybmbebss, ibs
00 ALL THAT
MI cannot do muoh,'.' said a little star,
"To make this dark world bright;
Mr silvery beams cannot pierce far
Into tne gioom 01 nignt;
Yet I am a part of Ood'a great plan,
And bo I will do the best that I can."
"What can be the use," said a fleecy cloud,
"Of these few drops that I hold?
Ther will hardly bond the lily proad
1 I If caught In her chalice of gold,
But I, too, am part or uod's great plan,
60 my treasures I'll rIvo as well as I can."
A child went merrily forth to play,
But a thought, llko a Bllvcr thread.
Kept winding In and out all day
Through the happy golden bead
"Mother said, 'Darling, do all that you can,
For you are a part of God's great plan.' " , ,
She knew no more than the twinkling star,
Or the oloud with its rain cup full,
How, why or for what all strange things are;
She was only a child at school.
Bat she thought, " 'Tls a part of God's great
That even I should do all that I can."
So she helped another child along
When the way was rough to his feet.
And she sang from her heart a little sons
That wo all thought wondrous sweet.
And her fathor a weary, toil worn man
Said, "I, too, will do tho best that I can."
Mrs. M. E. Sangster.
Through their own efforts Sang
Lumford and Matt King had stocked
a ranch. The ranch was small, but
their cattle were choice, and their
grass and water were of the best; be
sides, they were hustlers, and their
expenses for hire were very small,
which increased their income consid
erably. At the time of which we write 50
miles in every direction from where
one lived was called a neighborhood
in Texas. There were some who in
creased the distance to 75 and even
100 miles, but these wore few, and
their ponies were exceptionally good,
for the area of a neighborhood then
generally covered as much ground as
a man could ride over in a day in one
direction without too much exertion.
The nearest neighbor to Sang and
Matt lived 10 miles away across the
river, and there, it is unnecessary to
say, they were frequent visitors as
long aa the floods in the river would
allow them to cross over. Mr. To
bin's family was an interesting and
rather numerous one, with a lot of
girls ranging in age from babyhood
to budding maidenhood. For'a year
Matt and 'Sang had watched 'pretty
Nellie Tobin grow and bud and blush,
until she had become in their eyes
the fairest and sweetest little maid
that ever lived.
It was not long, therefore, before
tho two bachelor ranchmen began to
look upon each other as rivals for 1 out througll tho rain in every direc
drop (of it for a thousand inilee
To this ridiculous ' wish, which
wouta virtually DreaK tuein up in
their business, Sang assented.
"Huh, huh," he Baid.
"I bet I'll have Nellie here with mo
before there is another freshet in the
river," cried Matt.
"Mo, too," said Sang.
"Reckon so, if sho'll have mo."
"You don't think she would marry
you, do you?" asked Matt, looking
his partner over from head to foot
"Don't know. Thought I'd ask
"Hal hal hal" laughed Matt. But
his laugh was so offensive that even
stoical Sang reddened in the face.
' 'You'll see, "he cried ' 'Danged if
I don't cross the river tomorrow and
"You're too durned slow, Sang,"
sneered Matt. "Tomorrow never
"That's all right. It'll come soon
enough for you, and I ain't no proph
"Why, tho ideal" cried Matt. "A
great big gawk like you wanting to
marry a little girl liko Nellie Tobin.
If I had just the least thought that you
dared to insult her by asking her, I'd
kill you right where you stand."
Matt was angry now and his dark
eyes flashed dangerously as ho looked
defiantly at his partner.
' 'D n you 1" roared Sang. ' 'I have
taken all I am going to take from
you, so you better keep your mouth
Sang was white in tho face as ho
turned around and walked out of the
house. Ho went to tho corral, caught
a horse, saddled him and rode away
toward the river.
Half an hour later Matt also left
the house on horseback, but headed
farther up the river than Sang had
It was late that night when Sang
returned home, dripping wet. Ho
went into the house and looked
arounrl hnr. thorft was no sign of
Matt, and as the latter did not return
Sang 60on went to ueu ana 10 sieep.
During the night, however, he
woke up, and finding that Matt had
not yet come back he began to feel
uneasy and did not close his eyes
again till morning dawned gray and
cloudy and with a fine sprinkling of
As the daylight increased so did
also the rain, and by the time the sun
should have been up it was pouring
rfnwn in torrents. Sang felt ill at ease
and walked about restlessly, peering
tha rrnnd nnd heart or JNeuie. At
first it was all fun and merriment,
tho one joking tho other about some
little advantage he had gained on the
previous visit. Meanwhile they
worked all tho harder and looked
after their interests closer, so that
when they should bring Nellie home
there would be no lack of the where- j
withall to make her comfortable and
It is unnecessary to say perhaps
that each had made up his mind to
win Nellie for his own, neither one
thinking the other had oven the
smallest chanco of getting her.
Then came the spring freshet, and
they were confined to then: own side
of tho river shut out, it seemed to
them, from all the rest of the world.
It was then that the first discon
tent came between them. Both be
came cross as the proverbial bear,
and the least thing that went wrong
' i 1 M Knntnf1i(ul nnfl
waited in vain, until at last ho could
stand it no longer and left tho house.
As he had dono tho day before, he
rode down towaid tho river, and as
ho rode along ho muttered to him
self: "What a 'pair of fools we have been
to fall out as wo did, just for noth
ing 1 I wish Matt would come back
so that I might tell him.'
I Then he smiled grimly in his old
1 way, and in-spife of the pouring ram
! rode ou toward the river.
"I reckon Mattwiu uare up .
thunder, as is usual with him, when
be finds out," ho mused. "It was a
hard pull to swim across the river
yesterday, but it was a good thing
Matt made mo mad, or I wouldn t be
vi An. u. tndav. after all this rain.
BUWW.. , . .
WVinr. a IOKQ It wu uo w
he bo sure tnat now
the one would blame tho other. So J jump right into his arms,
they had littlo quarreling spats and . uuv j 1
' 1 .. c -vnltr tvart n- I u . ,i, n? 7
The water was roaring u""'-v
onlv two un
love with the
were aa unnappy u
rAJisoninir fellows in
same girl could possibly be.
Sang was naturally quiet, with very
little resentment in his nature and of
very few words. He was big and un-
ii.. !, in Viin throuahts and
iriuuiv. diui w
movements, but a giant in strength.
Usually ho was easy to get along
with, and there wore not a few who,
behind his back, said that he was a
coward at heart, for there had been
times when the tears had sprung to
his eyes when some drunken rowdy
had taken a lancy w "
Only once had he been known to use
hia great strength and assert him
self, ami that was when a so called
desperado proposed to give him a
good whipping with a quirt Then
Sang, in a moment of excitement
lmdicked tho felowup at arms
length and flung him against tho
sidfof a house with such force that
when he recovered ms boueco .
found no bones in his body were ac
tually broken he bad slunk away and
was never seen in that part of tho
d of motion and fiery m temper.
Anient and was considered the most
daring rider and the most expert
Suh&TlHW) of any rancher in that
St of the country. He was quick
take offense and as quick to for
give after having easeum """;-'
grating out a torrent of words upon
Tdtogether, Sang Lumford
and Matt Kingwere just ut on an
!Wi2K amweU suS
W ech oth r and 'likely to .make ?
ScoesVof thebusinwa in which they
Ktengage, provided they did not
fall in love with the same girl at the
cully and ravine and went rushing
&d the river, swelling it every
moment. As Sang approached tht
3?S he could hear the angry roaroi
the water as it forced itswayoyei
ami through the "raft" of uprooted
Slsd cfrif t that had lged in th
bend below tne rancu u "--steadily
for perhaps hundreds o
y When Sang reached tho river, he
wassuJpSed to see how it had riser
and over tne rait, u. "
l0The water was rushing over every
ttailate, una a mm. j - -
large coil of new rope with him,
which he proceeded to recoil care
fully into two piles. When this was
done, ho made one end of tho ropo
fabt securely around a tree and the
other around his body. Then he
picked up one pile of tho ropo and
hung it carefully over his arm and
walked coolly into tho water.
Straight out he swam, with the
sure stroke of an export and power
ful swimmer, until tho ropo on tho
bank had all run out Then, coil by
coil, ho lot tho ropo on his arm slip
off also, while the current earned
him downward toward the old snag
and Matt. When only a few coils of
tho ropo remained upon his arm, he
reached it in safety.
"I didn't think you would c6mo and
help me," said Matt faintly as ho
grasped the outstretched hand of his
friend. "Do you know, Sang, I
wouldn't have dono this muoh for you
' 'Neither would I, Matt," said Bang.
"But today it is different. Now, how
ever, wo must bo getting away from
hero while we can. Just let mo make
tho end of the ropo fast around your
body, and tho current will soon swing
us into the bank without much exer
tion on our part"
Matt was weak and worn ,from
long exposure and anxiety and sub
mitted quietly to everything Bang
proposed. When all was ready, they
let themselves down into' the water
and in a few minutes were safely
landed by the current against the
Tho evening sun was shining bright
ly when Matt awoke from a sound
sleep much refreshed.
"I was thinking it all oyer last
night among the roots of that old
tree, Sang, and mado up my mind if
I got away from thero alive to give
up my interest in Nellie in your fa
vor." "That's you, Matt, but Idon't want
it," said Sang, laughing. "I would
like to know, however, how you
como to choose such a placo as that
to roost in?"
"Well, after tho words wo had yes
terday and when you left me I mado
up my mind to go across the river
and beat you to Nelho. I attempted
to swim my horse over and started
in all right. When wo were about
half way across, a drifting treetop
caught us and got us tangled up.
The horse got away from mo and
mado it over safely; but, as you
know. I am not much of a swimmer,
and so for safety I hung onto the
tree. The tree and I struck the old
snag where you found me this morn
ing, and i cumoeu up biuuub yuv
roots to keep from going over the
raft." . ,
"Just what I thought," grinneu
Sang. Then he added, "I wont over
to Tobin's yesterday ovening and
nnmnback last niEht."
"What did Nellie say?" eagerly.
"Didn't you ask her?"
"Didn't like to go to tho trouble.
Thought I would como homo ana
sell out to you," and Sang laughed
"What will you take to never go
near her again?" asked Matt ear
nestly. "Cow and calf," replied Bang.
"It is a bargain," cried Matt.
"But a dear one to you."
"Kfillin was married last week to
Ned Spriggs, from Cow Creek, and
moved over thero tho next day."
"What a pair of fools wo havo
been," both exclaimed in ono 'breath.
-John P. Sjolander in Philadelphia
t hat' They Got.
When Artemus Ward died, tho press
of England and America was filled
with tributes to his memory, in jn ow
York a meeting of newspaper people
was hold, at which it was resolved
that his memory should bo perpetu
ated. Tho manner in which this was
dono was amusingly illustrated by a
story 'told in Harper's Magazine
some years ago. Whether or not
the anecdote would bo truo today,
wo do not know.
A fow summers ago 1 passed a
week's vacation at Watorford, Mo.,
and during my visit went to tho vil
lago gravoyard to view the final rest
ing placo of Artomus waru.
With some trouble I found tho
grave, there being nothing about tho
plain white slab to distinguish it
from.'manv similar ones around.
Whilo thinking and wondering that
no monument had ever been erected
to tho humorist, a countryman ap
proached, to whom I said:
"My friend, can you tell me why it
Is that Artemus nover has had a
monument erected to his memory?"
"Well, stranger, I guess I kin,"
was tho reply. "You see, arter Arto
mus died 300 or 400 pnntor fellers
down in New York city got together
nnd nossed somo beautiful resolu
tions, saying that Artomus should
havo a monument, and they would
pay for it then and thero, and then
they took up a collection, which
amounted to $20.60, so I'm told, and
since then this town hain't seen ei
ther tho monument or the money,
but, stranger, wo did got a copy of tho
resolutions." Youth's Companion.
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Tho human family living1 on Garth
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souls not tower, prooaoiy moru.
Thoso aro distributed literally all
over the earth's surface, thoro being
no considerable spot on tho globo
whore man has not found a foothold.
In Asia, tho so called "cradle of tho
human raco." there aro now about
800,000,000 peoplo densely crowded
on an average of about 120 to every
In Europe thero aro 820,000,000,
averaging 100 to tho squaro milo, not
so crowded as Asia, but overywhoro
dense, and in many places overpopu
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casNorth, South and Central 110,-
000,000, these latter or course reiai
Ivnlv thinlv scattered ovor broad
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small, thoro are probably 10,000,000
Thd extremes of tho blacks and tho
whites aro as fivo to thrco, tho re
maining 700,000,000 intermediate,
brown, yellow and tawny in color.
Of tho entiro raco 500,000,000 aro well
clothed that is, thoy wear garments
of somo kind that will cover uaked
ness 250,000,000 habitually go naked,
and 700,000,000 only cover tho middle
part of tho body; 500,000,000 live in
houses, 700,000,000 in huts and caves,
tho remaining 250,000,000 virtually
having no placo to lay their heads.
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a strong bolution of salt and water,
lot it dry, and then tio a light weight
on ono end and hang it up against a
wall and mark whoro tho woight
roaches to. Tho woight rises for wot
weather and falls for fino. Tho string
should bo placed whero tho outeidp
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FJncllonable linlr, whether upon the lianas
iaoe arinBor iiecn. namm ui.w,yi.i'
Bir Injury to the most aencaie sum. x
IwasTur flay years the secret wmuiao
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wildly. jf this ho
,,Lorfy T,f ISSfl Wouldn
teen ycetenlay .1 P v
&Ve Bulf Afford tJ puUhn
A Ghost Story.
I was going ly rail from Goldsboro
to Wilmington, N. C. It was on a
beautiful moonlight night, and, I hap-
ni tn lnok out of tho winddw by
my seat just as something white
;amo out of tho woodB. followed
right along by the side of tho train,
and I called the attention of tho other
passengers to it. Every one saw it
ust as plainly as I did, so it could
aot havo been a hallucination.
"Tho specter kopt pace With U10
train, and, wonderful tg rcltp. would
i,noa nm a littlo ahead, cro&s
tho track in front of tho engine and
run along tho 6tW fcWft Then
it would disappear altogether for
awhile, but to return again after a
"Was it tho spirit, of somo pom
wretch who had lost his Ufo on tho
railroad?" asked a young roan.
..vt s, 1-AnlioiL tho colonel. 'It
was nSg but a wW&ndy road
In the woods."- -
Andthep tho crowd dlBpersod.-
.unM fnreshadawing occurred
Si. "'-"(v, -nrl tho nv.
tholifooi 'iur """'-,
To assure both the above end,
goed, wholesome, palatable food i
demanded. It is next to impossible
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tizing bills of fare for our meals with
om a liberal allowance of pastry and
other food in which shortening is
required. How to make crisp,
healthful, digestible psT, llf
puizled the cooks. A difficulty in
alluood cookincin the past has been
lard. Always fickle, never uniform,
moM unwholesome lard has always
been the bane of the cook and the
obstacle to "fiood digestion."
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comes now into popular
favor ns the new shorten
ingbetter than even the
best of lard with none of
lard's objectionable quali
comes attended by both
'APPETITE AND HEALTH."
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Portland to Albany Inclusive: also at Tangent
Hhedd, Halsey, llarrUburg, Junction City.
I rv ing, usrne una ail siauuus in rravrnwit
to A sum
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Wining Curs oh egttaM Kut
PULLMAN WET SIMMS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
West Side Division, IMwea PwtN
aod Cor wills:
SLdS" Mentha river was .tit.
Mffhest and tho two men were
WSffi H is poaaible for men to
. t T,la wnrliB.
.wnt a dtaracter man of
a0fixed- s..-.nr.i ,,v one of thow
& dmncea which happen gewrto
life than in ficon Mr Ward
fannd huiifiell. as Kuuiu.
K. FOCUK, Hteaographer and Tjpe-
wrltest list equipped typewriting of-
tut one In Oregon. '(Jver 'liusli's banlc,
of tbia gentleman, uo
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Yori,llVesspiclalateoUon to the dJs
MMorwo'tnVa and eblldren. .e, lljoat.
lunM. kidneys, sain duwaaes and surgery,
bmci'al rMlienM, M IBUU .trMk Consuluv
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OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ' ST. LOUIS
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trnfOrrfin iitwno naiinwo.
K1'HWTHAIX ItlAll.y'wVl'KlTWUWDAY '
To all point In the Kastent HU. CanaAa 1
and Kurope can be obtained at kiweei rates
Irom W. W. HKINNXK, Agent. Meae-t. '
IS. KUIiUbUli WBUi I
wife's only wn, the ; master,
. 4trIrfiTTr IlttU.
Saoueand otheri In a rad book.-LondonTit-Bita.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
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ILT O HMITH. l)ntUt. M tt street
H.Uem.o"won: Finished, dental oj-ra,
TTn. ni evsrr descripuon. i-aiu" v
linns a specialty. -
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WI J'UUU, Arcblteet,
HA., and uoerlniei
,i'.J 01 buildings. OfUoe 9 Oomiusrcl
street, up stairs,
odence for alt
...r.uu nu vhykkanh -Hampter Camp No.
S i.Ko.isol Veterans, O.H '' W
bLut.d.ng,.v.ry .ViTSi, H. W.
J. A. tXUVIOOD, Iteoordsr
Hours u'cJter t0 0,r,u anti an"'
Through Pullman ind TourUt Sleepers, Free
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Car.
or rates and general Information a,U on
V Washington 8l. wrM
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Bold by EUkett A VAUSIype.
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