Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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THE CASHION ADVANCE
Has Been Incorporated The Na
tional Milling company.with headquar-
ters at Shawnee, has been incorporat
ed. The capital slock of tho company
Died at Shawnee Mrs Mary Boles,
of Chapman, Kan., died at the home
of her son, C. N. Collier, formerly a
councilman in Shawnee, aged 82 years.
She had been visiting her son for
Fire at Carnegie.—A Are burned
three business houses at Carnegie, re-
sulting In a loss of $6,000. Tho Are Is
supposed to have originated from the
explosion of a stove in a hardware
Detained by Business. Governor
Ferguson, on aecount of the accumula-
tion of office duties due to his absence
during the campaign, will be unable
to attend the irrigation congress in
EI Paso, Texas.
Filed in Court.—Austin S Parry-
man, plaintiff in error vs. William 10.
Cunningham, defendant in error, is tin-
title of a case tiled In the territorial
supreme court, it Is a contest over
a homestead claim and is appealed
from the district court of Kay coun-
Fear Foul Play. - .1 P. Props!. a
prominent railroad contractor, has
been missing from his homo in Ada.
I. T.. since October and his friends
fear that he has met with foul plav.
When he left Ada he had about $700
on his person and was prepared to
buy a farm in Texas.
First Military Gall The first mil-
itary ball ever given in Indian Terri
tory by a volunteer cavalry organiz-
ation is being planned for November
21. at Muskogee. It Is to be given by
Troop A. of the First Regiment Indian
Territory Volunteer Cavalry. The
troop band will furnish music. The
invitations are printed in red, white
anil blue on the corner of handker-
Grand Jury Indicts.—At South Mc-
Alester the federal grand jury made
its first report, finding sixteen bills,
among them Indictments for murder,
against Henry Wilson, James Johnson,
John Daniels, George Daniels, Frank
Daniels and James and George Freeze.
The three Daniels art' charged with
killing a neighbor named Gallagher at
Calvin In a dispute over possession
of a spring. The Freeze brothers
killed a man at Hartshorne in a dis-
pute over some fish bait.
Must Go to Jail. -Six Tahlequah
druggists, indicted for selling liquor,
pleaded guilty In Judge Gill's court
and were sentenced to thirty days in
the United States jail at Vinita and to
pay n fine of $200 each. They wen J.
M. Crews, S. A. Crews, \V. II S.
Browne. J. B. Cloyd, M. It. Browne and
J. T. Pace. The druggists sentenced
were prominent citizens of Tahlequah
and every influence, political and so-
cial, was brought to bear on the court
to free the men. but the judge would
consent to no compromise.
Expect Moore Supplies. Another
large shipment of supplies for the en
gineer corps at Lawton is being sent
from Washlngtn. Adjutant Gener-
al Burlingame said that they would
arrive in a few days. The shipment
contains about five miles of wire, a
number of sectional poles and other
apparatus used in signaling and en
glneerlng. This equipment will place
tho engineer corps in readiness to go
upon the field of battle, fully equipped,
in case of emergency. All supplies
which are not needed for practice
work by the army corps will be stored
In the armory for such a time us they
may be called out for action.
Independent Statehood. In a letter
to Alex Posey, member of the inde
pendent statehood executive commit
toe from the Creek nation. W. II. Atis
ley of the Choctaw nation, chairman of
the committee, says the Choctaw coun
eli has addressed a strong memorial
to President Roosevelt asking him to
aid the Indians of the civilized tribes
in securing independent statehood.
Series of Meetings.—Rev. Wort hen
has just closed a series of meetings
at Kaw with great success. The
temperance people are trying to bring
Oklahoma in as a temperance state.
Dismissed the Case.—The prellmln
ary hearing of Frank Wilson, charged
with the murder of Henry Helss near
Medford In 1V9 was held at Pond
Creek before Justice of tho Peace C
S. Ingersoll. After hearing the prose
cution the judge remarked It was no
Paying "Loyal" Creeks The dis '
burslng force from the Indian agency j
returned from Weleekta. where it paid
out "loyal" Creek funds last week.
The payment will be concluded here,
beginning today and continuing until
all the money is paid out. The |>a>
ment was begun at Muskogee and lat
or continued at Okmulgee and Weleet-
ka. Since it started $: !n;,000 has been
paid out to the claimants About $su.
000 yet remains to be distributed and
it will be paid out in this city.
Finds Stolen Horses. La t January
at Oklahoma City a thief stole a fine
I pair of horses from City Engineer
' Charles WadKworth. The culprit was
i later captured, convicted and given
! a penitentiary sentence and Is now
' serving the same. However, he would
I never divulge the hiding place of tho
horses and Mr. Wadswortb gave up
the search some time ago for them.
He received Information that they
they were at Lexington. O. T . and
immediately went and identified his
Made His Report V A Ashton. ter-
ritorial oil Inspector made bis report
to Governor Ferguson for the month
of October. It shows that during the
mouth 173,164 gallons of oil and 162.-
"29 gallons of gasoline were inspected.
The fees collected amounted to $t.7".
(15. Of this amount there was retained
$li;v! l to pay deputb and for trav-
eling expense . $r,:: i2. The Inspector
turned over to the territorial tre.isur
er the sum of $f o6.75 for the month
Investigate Shepherd Cise. Tho
criminal term of the I'nited Htat<
court be^an at South M < - \! -i« r with
Clayton on the Ik
dition to t
ferred to tho recent cowardly at ;;r.i!t
on Colonel Charles (). Shepherd,
chairman of the Choctaw townsito
commission. He directed tho grand
jury to make a thorough investigation
of tho entire affair.
Bride Fatally Burned. Mrs. J. H.
Moore, an eighteen-year-old bride, was
fatally burned near Comanche and
died n few hours later. Mrs. Moore
had built a fire In the yard on which to
warm water with which to wash cloth-
ing. In some way her clothes caught
fire. She tore the burning clothes
from her body and was seriously
burned. After dressing herself she
went a mile to where her husband was
at work. «
Counties Organizing.—The citizens
of the three new counties of Okla* j
homa are organizing to assist their
congressman in the passage of a bill
providing for the opening to settle- i
ment of 480.000 aci
Rock Island Wreck.—As a result of
misunderstanding of orders, two
Rock Island freight trains met in a
head-on collision at Poncho, one mile
north of the Caddo schools, both
englne> being «: in ly demolished, fif-
te< ii cars went into the ditch and four
men w« re injured, tine of whom. Engi-
ne* r Cagin, of Chickasha, is quite
seriously hurt. His leg is broken and
amputation may be necessary. Both
trains were running at a high rate of
, speed when they sighted each other,
and the weight of the trains caused
them to come together with a terrible
impact. The two engines were little
more than scrap Iron and many of the
ears were made into kindling wood.
Hunting Lo6t Tribes. A party be-
longing to the lost religious sect known
as the Israelites of the Hose of Dav-
id is in Muskogee looking for any
members of the lost tribes of Israel
who may be there. The Israelites say
that they can tell their people by their
long hair and beards. They believe
it is a sin to put the razor to the face
<ir cut the hair. They believe that tho
overturning of the Gentiles with
dawning of tho millenium is at hand
Vacancy Should be Filled. A pres-
sure is being made on Congressman
McGuiro to use his Influence to have
the vacancy In the receivership of the
Woodward land office filled at once.
It seems that the law requires tVat
all final proofs of laud entries shall be
lgned by t he reet Iver of t he land of*
lice and this is preventing people all
over the district from proving up their
homesteads. The impression prevails
hero that the vacancy ought to lie
filled at. once.
Missed From Boxes For sometime
l r ' Alva busim -t men have missed
i' ;iil from their boxes at the p« st of-
fice. but wi re not successful in locat-
ing the thief. A careful lookout was
kept for the thief and a letter was
found in one of the stalls of a livery
stable in that city. Tho letter hud
not been opened but after an investi-
gation one of the employes of the sta-
ble, John Spring, was arrested. He
will await his hearing before a United
States Commissioner next week.
Good Appointment. — President
Roosevelt has approved the appoint-
ment of J. 1 lamp Willis, of Kingston,
I. T.. as coal and asphalt trustee for
the Chickasaw nation, to succeed C.
D. Carter, of Ardmore, at a salary of
$4,000 a year. Carter was an active
Hyrd supporter in the Chickasaw
campaign two years ago, and Gov-
ernor Mosely tried to oust him, hut
the president refused to recognize an-
other appointment until the expiration
of Carter's four-year term.
The Ward of King Canute
A Romance of Ihe Danish Conquest.
By 0TTILIE A. LIUENCKANTZ. aul'ior ol Tht Thrall 0' Lit! the Ll.>
..pyrU'tit, fcy A. C. MfCLt'Ui. A. (>>
CHAPTER XXV— Continued. BttllM. lis made BO more rQSltt
"Be not vexed, honey, but in truth ance, but clung to him with her arms
he is overcome by the oddest look as she had clung to him with her
whensoever he watches you without heart since the first hour he came
your seeing a though lie were not into her life. Only, when at last h<
sure of you. in some way, and yet— released her. she t«ok the ring from
Oh, I cannot explain it! Only tell her finger and thrust It Into his hand
Diseased Stock Scarce. — Henry
pawlurc mmc In Ihe southern pun | |Vn.v u (U,|m|y cat||(i llls|,e,.„„.
of Comtnche County. Norman, bu Just returned from
To Irrigation Congress Many ileie • oounly. whi p' h<' released
gales from Oklahoma are on their jn four pasture* from quaran
way lo attend the meeting of Ihe na nno. Mr. Perry says that diseased
tional Irrigation congress. Oklahoma > Ht(>ck Is scarce now in that section of
lakes Interest In tills matter at this | thB torrltory and that the people are
time to a degree that assures the con- helping the Inspectors all thejr can to
st ruction of some large irrigation destroy infection.
plants very soon i The criminal Docket.—'The criin-
Asks Damages.—In tho Hnileil in.,| (i,„.ket for the November term of
me this—does he not ask you, many
times and oft, if you love him, or if
others love you, or such like?"
In the midst of shaking her head,
Rantialln paused ami her mouth be-
came as round as her eyes. "Foolishly
do I recall It! As If he would! And
yet—Dearwyn, he ha
times if any Danes
Would you think that he could be—"
"J« alous?" Dearwyn dropped her
flowers to clap her hands softly.
"Tata. I have guessed his distemper
rightly. I^et no one fay that I am not
a wItch for cle\ern< ill"
A while flu > nestled together with-
out speaking, the little maid's cheek
renting lovingly on her friend's dark
It was a page thrusting aside the
arias that broke the spell. Opening
his mouth to make a flourishing an
tioui cement, the words were checked
on hi tongue by four whit • hands mo-
tioning stern commands for silence.
"It is tho King's Marshal." lie
framed with prot« sling lips. But even
that failed to gain him admittance.
As she tripped after him down 'he
corridor, a little frown was forming
between Randalin's brows. ' I think
it is not well-mannered of the fellow
to say 'the King's Marshal' as though
my lord were Canute's thane," she
was reflecting, "and I shall put an
end to It. Whatever others say, one
never needs to toll mo that Sebert Is
not suffering in his service."
With this thought In her mind, she
raised the moth-eaten tapestry and
stood looking at him with a face full
of generous indignation. As ho turned
at the end of the beat he was pacing
with a little gesture of distaste "1
shall be thankful if I do not have to
seo it again. It is Elfglva's, that Ca
nute gave her after he had won it
from Rothgar in some wager. It if
her wish that you bring it to the King
again by slipping it Into his broth or
asked me four his wine where he will come upon it
visit us here after he has finished feeding and is
Uut it was only very faintly that
bo smiled at her fooling, as he heh.
the spiral against the light and shook
it beside his ear. "Is there no more
t i the message." he said slowly. "Am
I to know nothing of her object? or
why I am chosen of all others?"
"Easy Is it to tell that," she laughed
"You were not chosen without a rea
von. and that is because no one else
is to be had, since the scullion who
formerly served her has gotten him
eli" killed in some way and the man
v ho stepped into his shoes, out of
M ill- spit . has refused Tebnen's gold.
And as for her objeei I wonder at
you, lord of my heart! What kind of
a lover are you that you cannot guess
that? It is a love token! To hold
him to the fair promises he made
at its giving, and lo remind him of
her, and to win her a crown, and to
do many strange wonders that no ton
gue can number them!"
To her surprise, his gravity deep-
ened almost to horror. "I,ove-token!"
he repeated; and suddenly he laid his
hands on her shoulders and forced her
gently to give him eye for eye. "Ran
dalin. if I comply with you in this mat-
ter. will you answer ine a ouestion?
Answer with such care as though
your life—nay, as though my life de-
States court at Ardmore Mrs. Salic F.
Dixon has filed suit against the Gulf
Colorado & Santa Fo railroad asking
damages In the sum of $1.0.000 for the
killing of her husband, T. D. Dixon,
who was run oyer near Dougherty re
Annual Church Conference.—Repre
sentatlvo ministers are at Guthrie
from all parts of^tho territory attend
lug the session of the Oklahoma
nnnual conference of the African
Methodist Episcopal church.
Lots of Cotton.—Marguni is becom-
ing a noted cotton market. In five days
last week the public weigher re-
ports 1,04S bales dumped in the two
yards. The price ranged from $!• to
$9.40 per hundred.
In Letter Box.—John Moishburger.
the 111-year-old boy arrested at Okla-
homa City for tampering with letter
boxes In the postofflce. was taken to I u,e oklahoma State Mllitar
(Silthrie and lodged in the federal jail [ jn a one sided game of football, I > a
j to await nis trial. [score of TI to 4.
Republicans to Celebrate. Arranue ! Snow Protected Wheat.— Mr Com-
ments are being made for a general ! tings is a prosperous fanner in Blaine
jollflcation and banquet at Lawton on county, and said last week they w« re
Novcnber 17 to celebrate the advent | \ (sited by a heavy snow storm which
tin* United States court for the
Western district of Indian Territory
sitting at Eufaula, was given out.
There are 196 cases on the docket ami
they are scheduled to bo tried be-
tween November 21 and December 1.
Not a Murderer.—Walter Tucket,
on trial In the district court at Law-
ton for the murder of Munsey
Vaughn, was discharged. Tucker was
present when Hill Ridley shot
Vaughn and was held as an accessory.
The jury in the Ridley case is now
Application for Pardon.—Col. C. 1*.
Lincoln, mayor of El Reno, sent, an
application to Governor Ferguson to
secure a pardon for C. S Vincent,
who is se rving a sentence in the peni-
tentiary for the theft of a diamond. (J
Cowboys vs. Cadets.—The Okla-
%. \2> "
He did not appear to hear her 'ast
vords at all. He was repeating over
ind over, Th~ King, the King!'' Sud-
lenly ho said. "Then I got tuat right,
ihat it was he who summoned me to
Gloucester to make sure that you had
;ept your s cret from me also?—-that
ie was angry with you for deceiving
"Yes," she said. But as he opened
fc'i lips to put another question, she
aid her finger-tip beseechingly upon
hem, "Sebert, my love. 1 beg of you
Jet us talk no more of those days.
Even yet 1 do not like the thought of
the 'sun-browned boy-bred wench
She laughed a little unsteadily at the
sudden crimsoning of his face. "And
l am still ashamed—and ashamed of
being ashamed—that I showed you
., | tali :> ^at my heart held lor you.
Elfgiva's tongife has stabbed me
sore. . . . Beloved, can you not be cou
lent, for now, with knowing that I
lave loved no man before you and
shall love none after you?"
Bending, he kissed her lips with the
utmost tenderness. "I am well con j
tent," he said. And after that they
poke only t f the future, when the
rtrst period of his Marshalshlp should
be over and he should be free to «.ake
.lis bride hack to the fields r.ml woods
of Ivarsdale, and the gray oid 1'o.ver
on the hill.
When the King Takes a Queen.
Out under the garden's spreading
fruit trees, the little gentlewomen of
i Mfgivit - household were amusing
hemselves with tho flock of pea. ocks
'hat were the Abbey's pets. 1 lie oid
• llnrer. to wlm.-e care the birds fell
. >;eept during those hours when the
brethren were free from such indulg-
ences. watched the scene In grinning
delight; and Leonorine laughed gaily
at them over the armful of tiny bob-
bing lap-dogs, whose valiant chargcs
she was engaged in restraining The
only person who seemed out of tune
with the chiming mirth was the Lady
"Will you not observe my feelings,
if you have none of your own?" she
demanded. "Dearwyn. lay aside your
nonsense and go ask Ourth if he has
heard anything yet of Tebeen."
The dull red that mottled her face
and neck was a danger signal whose
warning her attendants had learned
to heed, and they scattered precipi-
tately. Only the old cellarer, herding
his gorgeous flock with waving arms,
ventured to address her.
"Is It the British woman you are in-
quiring after, lady? The woman who
comes to the lane-gate, of a morning,
to get new milk for your drinking?"
(To be continued.)
QT fc'ADE BYTH
is the onlv
HIGH GRfiDE POWDER
offered to the consumer at a
It should not be confused with
the cheap, low grade powders
on the one hand, nor the hi^h
priced trust powders on the
"Do you wear bracelets for rings, my fair, or what? WHAT
mo slowly toward her, she could
see that in its gravity his face was
as soldier like as his clothes.
"Randalin!" he cried joyously, and
made a step toward her. then stopped I
to laugh In gay wonder. "Now 10 |
poet, would call you 'a weaver of j
peace' as you stand there, for you |
look rather like an elf of battle. What j
is it. my raven?"
Her lips smiled back at him. but !
a mist was over hor eyes. "It is your j
King that I am an ury with, lord, lie |
is not worthy that a man like you j
should serve him."
Moving toward her again
himself a litt'< straighter.
pended on it?' '
"Willingly; more than one," she
consented; but forgot to wait for it
as a memory, wakened by his words,
stirred in her. "Now is the time for
me to remember that there is one
thing I have not been altogether truth-
ful about, through forgetting about
the Danes we havevseen. I recall now
that last winter Teboen often saw oni
when she was gathering herbs in the
wood. She si>oke with him of the
magic things she brews to make Elf-
HAD HEARD OF HIM.
Name Brought Recollections of Good
Book to Grinning Youth.
"Because my name is Lord I fre-
quently have not a few funny exper-
iences," said J. G. Lord of M uncle,
Ind. One of the most amusing inci-
dents I ever had by ieason of my
name happened while I was 'riving
from town to town in Colorado. While
on the road one day. driving very
slowly, for I had plenty of time, I
chanced to notice by the roadside
young fellow about 16 years old,
dressed In as ragged a fashion as any
one you could ever conceive of. Ho
had on a pair of his father's worn-
out trousers, which were cut oft at
the bottom, and which extended far
up on his body, almost to his shoul-
ders. More as a matter of personal
rmu "ment than for any other reason
I asked him how far it was to the
"' 'Bout six miles, reckon,' he re-
"1 reigned up my horse.
" 'Do you have any fun out here?' I
Ever remark that those who become
note<l in the world are usually hard-
You never hear any cne complain
about "Defiance Starch." There is nun**
to equal It In quality and quantity. 16
ounces. 10 cents. Try it now and savo
Too Busy to Gossip.
Your neighbor never says as much
about you as you fancy. She is busy
worrying about those who say things
"I r. 1>avl«l KfinifilT'*
N HuriiHvlIlo. N
You may break, you may shatter the
dude jf you will, but that cigarette
odor w ill cling to him still.
Mr*. ^Vlnalow'n r<oofchinu Pyrap.
For children tcothlnn, ufunn il.BV'unut, n-duri". '-v
L. .iiu:auou, alia} a i< ttu, cares w Ind colli;. Jfrr • Initio.
When Women Marry.
The average age at. which women
marry in civilized countries is twenty-
three and a half years.
Defiance Starch Is guaranteed blgKfft
and hest «>r money refunded. 16
ounces, 10 cents. Try It now.
How to Test a Diamond.
To test a diamond rub vigorously
with a bit of silk for a moment and
the stone, if a diamond, will attract
bits of wool, cotton or paper. Expose
the stone to the direct rays of the sun
for a few moments and remove to a
darkened room. If it Is a diamond it
will glow. An imitation diamond
shows a number of images when ono
looks through it. The diamond shows
id he ga\ ■ 1.'
has nt t
of a republican year in Missouri. Kx
Missouri republicans will participate
in tho affair. Plates will cost $1
To Build a City.—The real estate
men of Tulsa have perfected a real
estate association with practically
every land dealer in the city a mem
her. The purpose of the organization
is to build a city of Tulsa by uniting
in harmony among themselves.
To Pay Dividend. -Receiver Wil
loughby of the Capitol National bank.
of Guthrie, has sent checks to the j were arrested
comptroller of currency to he signed | Chickasha for
ami when they are returned the de . up of a Rocl
posltors on the bank will be paid a | Mexico, have
dlvident equal to 20 per cent of the'"
helped the wheat r
the country itnmen
raised a large crop
year and made $" 0
rop in liiat part
of broom c
Municipal Lighting Plant. — Tb
city council of Anadarko has
to build and operat
lighting plant and has employed an |
engineer to furnish estimates and |
Train Robbers Identified. — Tim
Murphy and the Black brothers, who
'but the State of Kngh
hose service the highest is
io good to bend."
She yielded him her hands, but not
r point. "That do- s not change the
ict 'hat it is h!s overbearingness
hlch makes your path as though you
•od on nettles, for certainly I know it
so. though you will not say it!"
Neither would he admit it now.
a 'munlclpai | but laug I llghtl, a« he drew her to
! him. "Now may he not give me
cres of j v
use going further, as It was a clear deposits.
case of malicious prosecution, and dis-
charged the prisoner.
Big Corn Crop.—Corn is goin • into
Kaw at a lively rati'; price. :>7 cent^.
The yield is from 40 to GO bushels per
acre. It Is very dry there, but the
weather Is beautiful.
Some Rural Routes. The following
free delivery routes are to be estab-
lished in Oklahoma on December ir
Helen, Woods count v. routes 1, 'J and
3; Lawton. Comanche county, route
5. Postofflce has been established at
Corinne, 1. T . with Lee Noch as post-
Meet Next Year At the fifth annual
session of the Southwestern State
Medical Association, which was
brought to a most auspicious close at
Dallas last week, Oklahoma City was
chosen as the next meeting place of
Nearly Completed. -Within a few
days. Tulsa, I. T , will have a complete
waterworks system in position The
engines are in position and everything
is in readiness a- soon as the mnins
They Will Consolidate.—At K1 Rom
Ihe Oklahoma Bankers' association
held an interesting convention. Ar
rangements were practically perfected
for the consolidation of the associa
tion of Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
New Uniforms.—The new uniforms
for the I'niversity Band at Norman
have arrived and all of the boys are
very proud of them. These, together
with the sot of instruments, much im-
prove the appearance of the band and
the students all recognize this organ!
/.ation as one of the most creditable
addiions to their school.
a few davs f
complicity in th«
Island train in Xew
leon positively iden'i
f the train crew and
to New Mexico tor
To Bore For Gas
Oas and Oil company, with a capital
of $r 00,000 has been incorporated. The
company will begin boring for oil and
gas at once and w ill endeavor to open
up new fields.
Are Satisfied. Otto Shutoo, pre-
blent of the Oklahoma World's Fair
commission, made his settlement with
the territorial auditor, L. W. Baxt< r.
Tho settlement shows that up to this
can be completed dood authority J time the territorial auditor has p;. t .1
says the railroad company has signed upon claims amounting to $
a contract with the water company for
fled by members
were taken bac
Foot was Amputated. John Martin,
of Blackwell, the Santa be fireman,
whose foot was amputated, is getting
along very well, but it will he a long
time before he will be able to leave
10 Years' Sentence.—John Cope-
land. 25 years old, was sentenced to
ten years' Imprisonment in the Kan-
sas penitentiary and to pay a $f o0
fine by Judge Sulzhaeher in the
United States cour.t at Okmulgee for
the murder of C. A Shelf on near
Prior Creek last Thanksgiving.
Anadarko Revival.—The big revival
Blackwell meetings being conducted at Anadarko
now being held in the opera house
are resulting in much g
a minimum daily supply of 1.000 bar-
rels of water.
First Cold Spell. At Oklahoma
City the first snow of tho season has
lallen. The weather is comparatively
warm and melted as soon
*4 U fell.
The amount of the appropriati
the world's fair by the territory of Ok-
lahoma was $60,000. The people of
the territory at this time seem to be-
lieve that the legislature did a wise
thing in making the appropriation Ok-
lahoma has succeeded in getting her
full share of glory out of the biggest
show the world has ever seen.
he habit >
Division at Lawton.—The obj <
the vi'-'t of General Manauer Cra>
the line of the Oklahoma and West-
. rn was to establish a frolcht division
i of that line at Lawton. The engines
and other equipment necessary to a
division that are now stationed a' Sny-
der will be moved to Law ton.
stole Water. Rid ftrd Fairaheet
was arrested at Lawton on charge of
stealing water by the wogan load from
j the electric plant. He had been under
suspicion for some time and was final-
: ly caught In the act.
giva sleep, am
which she thought so use?
has been fretful because s
seen him since
Unconsciously, the your
hands tightened on her shoulder?, un-
til slie winced. "You know with cer-
tainty that she has never seen him
since?" he demanded- 'that Danes
had naught to do with t'-e !;isl t-i';on
Klf giva sent through the scullion?
Yen can swear to it?"
"Certainly, If they speak the truth.
1 know it." she answered, wondering
ly. "How should Danes—why. Sebert,
what alls you?"
For he had let go her shoulders as
thorns who gives me also the sweet- 1 abruptly as he ban seized them, and
est rose in his kingdom? 1 tell you he walked away to the window that look-
is the kingllest king ever 1 had to ed out upon the rain-washed garden
deal with, and the chief I would soon After a moment's hesitation, she stole
est trust England to Be no Danish ! after him. "Sebert. my love, what is
rebel, shield maiden, or as the King s j it? Trouble Is In your mind, there is
officer I will mulct your lips for every j little use to deny it."
word of treason " | Even while his lips admitted a trou
siio showed no rebellion acaimt : hie. hi* manner put it aalde. "You
his authority nt all ovents: and hor aro right that it ooncorns the Kins:,
hands ronialned In his olasp until of I my elf. Sometime! tho work ho as
hi* own aivord ho opened his fingers | signs me is neither easy nor pleasant
With an exclamation. I • accomplish. Yet without anj
"Do you wear bracelets ior rings.
my fair, or what? WHAT!" From the
monstrous bauble In his palm, he
raised his eyes to hers.
seen their look she might ;:ave an- ■
swered differently. But her gaze was ]
"•What is your name.' I asked him
— Willie,' he replied: 'Willie
• I started to drive on, but he
ter n.e, asking me to stop.
to him, most warlike maiden.
to her royal
But she would not
id if rhe had ! *rom Mtylng stern thin
; guardian, so at last he lot lier finish
subject, anil stood pressing her
still on the ring: and as she felt hir.i
start, that impish dimple peeped out
or her cheek.
"Is it rot a handsome thing?" she
said. "It looks to be a ring to belong
to a giant."
The dimple deepened as she heard
his tone. She was obliged to droop
ber lashes very low to hide tho mis-
chief in her eyes. "It Is not his now."
she murmured. "It has been given to
n.t to keep me In mind of some-
thing ' But after that her amusement
rrew too stronc to be repressed, and
she looked up at him with over-M*imj
hands upon his breast, Ills eyes rest
ing dreamily on her face.
When she had finished, he said
slowly, "Sweeting, because my mind
is laboring under so many burdens
that my wits are even duller than
they were wont, will you not have the
patience to answer one question that
is not clear to me? Do you think it
troublesome to tell me why it was
that you said, that day In the garden
—. Now shake off that look, dear-
est: never will we speak of it again
if it is not your wish! Tell me what
you meant by saying that you cai.it
Canute's camp because you had
ruing laught r. Even as his face was too much faith in Rothgar, if you de-
elearui:. something In it struck her spise him—since you despise him
po stiangely that her lav.ghter died so
and she bent toward him in sudden Her eyes met his wonderingly. "B>
cravity "Lord! Is it possible for you 1 no means could I have said that. lord,
to believe that I could love Roth- When I left home. 1 knew not that
gar?" ! Rothgar lived. The one in whom l
For a while he only looked at Per. j had too much faith was the King
that strange radiance growing in hi^ Because I was young and little exper'
face; but suddenly he caught her to enced, I thought him a god; and when
him and kissed her so passionately
that he hurt her. and his voice was as
passionate as his caress. "No." he
told her over and over. "Would 1
have offered you my love had I be-
lieved that? No! No!"
1 came to his camp and found him a
man, I thought only to escape from
him. That was why I wore these
clothes. Sebert—not because I liked
so wild a life. That is clear to you. Is
• Say. mister.* he taid, and what
mout your r. une be?'
"Lord." I answered; 'Mr Lord.'
• And then he grinned. He grinr
all the way to the armholes of his
" 'Why'd you smile?' 1 asked. Have
you ever heard of me?'
" 'Sure; I've heard pop read of yer
in that good book; but I never saw
"And he continued to grin as I
drove on."—Louisville Herald.
BETRAYED BY HER FEET.
Disobedient Patient Was Not Shrewd
Enough to Deceive Doctor.
The patient was feeling so much
better that she insisted on rising with
the family and dressing. After break-
fast her daughter declared that she
must undress and get into bed, as the
doctc.* had ordered that she stay in
bed three or four days.
"There' 1 see the doctor's carriage
coming now. mother," she exclaimed.
"Undress as quickly as you can and
I'll keep the doctor talking until you
The mother hurried into tho bed-
room and the daughter went to the
door. For a few minutes the daugh
ter exerted herself to entertain the
physician, and then her mother called
out: "I'm ready to see Dr. Blank
The doctor gravely took the wom-
an's pulse, listened to her breathing,
did various other wise things, and
"1 should like to examine your feet,
Mrs. A., to see if they are swollen."
Tho patient gasped.
"Oh. I don't think it's necessary,'
"But 1 assure you it R said the
Then the patient began to giggle.
"Good gracious, Doctor' she said,
"1 have my shoi - and stockings on."
And then she e\plaint d that she h d
only gone to be i when she saw him
r iming and had not stopped to take
off her stocking- and shoes.
Aftermath of Strike.
Now that the strike Is over in the
Omaha packing houses tho Japanese
strike-breakers are having a hard time.
The white workmen will not let them
live in the town, and so they are
housed in the packing buildings. The
managers of the plants say they are
too good workmen to let go.
In Old England.
Three centuries ago the great stat-
ute of James I. came into operation.
It made felons, without benefit of
clergy all who "shall use, practice or
exercise any in jurat ion or conjura-
tion of any evil and wicked spirit, or
shall consult, covenant with, enter-
tertain.employ, feed or reward any evil
i son shall be killed, destroyed, watod,
j an«l wicked spirit to or for any intent
i or purpose or take up any dead man,
j woman or child, out of his. her or
j their grave or any other place where
I the dead body resteth. or the skin
j bone or any part of any dead person,
| to ! o employed or used in any man-
| nor of witchcraft, enchantment,
charm or sorcery, whereby any per-
t son shall be killed, destroyed, wasted,
I consumed, pined or lamed in his or
her body or any part thereof." Un-
dt r this act witches were executed
for more than a century.
Good News for All.
Bradford. Tenn.. Nov. 21.— (Spe-
cial.)— Scientific research shows Kid
ney Trouble to be the father of so
many diseases that news of a dis-
covery of a sure cure for it cannot
fail, to be welcomed all over the coun-
try. And according to Mr. J. A. Davis
of this place just such a cure is found
in Dodd's Kidney Pills. Mr. Davis
"Dodd's Kidney Pills are all that is
claimed for them. They have done
me more good than anything I have
ever taken. I had Kidney Trouble
very bad, and after taking a few boxes
of Dodd's Kidney Pills I am com-
pletely cured. I cannot praise them
Kidney Complaint develops into
Bright's Disease, Dropsy, Diabetes,
Rheumatism, and other painful and
fatal diseases. The safeguard is to
cure your kidneys with Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills when they show the first
symptom of disease.
An elderly clergyman was recently
seeing his wife off from Euston Sta-
tion, London. He handed her Into a
carriage and a porter followed her
with baggage. Then the clergyman
gave his wife twopence, kissed tho
porter and departed.
Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because It
never sticks to tho iron, but because
each package contains 16 oz. one full
pound—while all oilier Cold Water
Starches are put up in %-pound pack-
ages, and the price Is the same, 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch is free fr >:n all Injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a
12-os. package it is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts In Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand
Defiance and save much time and
money and the annoyance of the iron
■ticking Defiance never sticks.
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