Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 9, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LAb UN
' M"y L"C 8e,,tene
ADVANCE on M
D. U «YO"l> t\ OKTII. fttfc
in the rfu;:.
TOPICS '• er bon i •
at trill. TI
Received Pulp* B'ble.—'Tho 1'r
terian chur< h of W« : vartl baa I eli
presented with a pulp ' 1' ble ^y K«
Henahaw, of Mcl'her a. Kan.
Frank Matthews President. — TI
town of Mangum. unity if at < r-•• r
county hi 1 I • | flOBUMI ll
club. Frank Mathews, who was tho
Democratic candidate last fall for d>! ■
Kate to congress, was chosen pre
dent One of tin- principle rules of the
club la that no gambling and drunken-
ness be allowed within the rooms.
O. U. Cunningham was elected secre-
Anti-Boodle Bill. — Tho house in
committee of tho whole passed S« na-
\or ThroadfUl's bill providing a pun-
ishment for boodllng. Not an aim-nd-
ment was made iu tho house. Tho
bill as it will be plat .*.I on tbt •Utllt®
books provides a sevt re penalty for
all officials, municipal and otherwise
wht) accept or offer to accept bribes
in any form, also for those who at
tempt to corrupt such officials.
Was With Geronimo—Henry Loco,
th« afced father of John Loco, who N ho',1. u "
t«io of tho Apache chlcfs. died near \
lawton. Young Iajco has practical'
succeeded Ooronlmo an the a*
chlcf of the Apache tribe. The
Indian was one of the Arizona b a i
of his tribe, and was with (leronim
in many a hard fought contest Hi
body was buried nt tho Apache mis-
sion cemetery, on the military reser
vatlon. The funeral rites worn con-
ducted with much fiolernnity and ba;
Novelist Buys Land.—Ilnmlii ( 1
land, tho novelist, now living in N '•
York, ami his brother, Franklin Gai
land, who have been at Musk( o
since early In October. are among tie*
largest Individual owners of Creel.
farm lands. They recently put
chased 1,000 acres near SuramH an!
named It "Summit Farm." 'About 110
acres of this land Is now sown t 1
wheat. The brothers will rent pari
of the land and make their home ■ i
tho other. They will spend a part of
each year in the territory.
Records Not Falsified.—An Inir 1
ant. court martial has just cone-
nn end at Fort Sill witli th coi ,
exoneration of Sergeant Kdwi. i'
Webb, Bighth cavalry. It seem- L u
tenaut Klrkman, tie* post adja'am,
was recently court-martialed for ■ '
offense, and Webb was a will
against him As the lieutenant w; •
acquitted tho proceedings v • r«'
brought against the enlisted man
exonerate his superior. Ker>;
Webb was charged with perjury air!
falsifying records. He was ole;u
rrom the rain Tin woman b. wed her
head and sobs convulsed her toriu.
Jo< k Swan and 1 watched the old
Bight. Oil *as
Pity and indig-
on at the « x
horse amble out
fiv MILLIC* NT K. MANN
i. i r h
pyiiclit, J>'l. by I-
iisi ha ••••
n com" !
ary 26 la*
wts r« lit
to maaasl! Ility.
company r t ic
ordinary case; it thatf
th- Dal t<
able by a lift
Regard ng Stateh
*i erritory all admit
serious problem conf
pie is that of taxation1]
erally bell. .• I that th'
al convention will And
solving it Tho troubi
fact that the treaties
taw ami Chickasaw nat^
that ail land allotted to lij
. unit from taxit. n for Jf
long as it roT .'.o* the «
original allot-, or a very little land
I eiom m nations ha , been
of It will be fr e from
•y Accepts Fort.—Governor
on formally act • pted Fort sup
from the commissioner of the ?:en
ral lantf office. At the legi lature
two years ago a bill was passed ae
ceptlng Fort Knpply from the • . • .•
ment, who offered It to tho trrri'. r>
for ur.e ns an insane asylum. Tie
fort has long been vac;, cd and rbl
of posses.1 ion and ownership 'tirre -
« v• r to tho t rritory. Fori 8upp
about eighteen r I . fr in \\t-'
To Build Viaduct. — Me kog<.
th" construction of a ?.:;:,000 viaduct
ever tho M., K. ft T. track! to Mu
ktigee ut Court atn-r-t sceins now t<>
be assured. Tho clt ■ council v< ted
$2.TOO as the city's eii. r. of th- < \
pense The railroad compan; ha
a r. ed to bear $11 < >o of the « vpet «•
Company $10,000. Tht remalniu
;< nount will be ra "ti !•_• tl.e <
of the town
Electric Line For Ardn ore.—Tie
council V ranted a frr.ni .• to I
and John 1 •" 1 eon iruct an
tin ugh the i>i «'ipiil ; roc Wor
must commence by Bopteml < r l, and
' • line mu •' b e<>i ; 1 f d > ! iU I
— The board
da County H
i Iona, let * tie
11« fo thr•«
■me.nt. v. h
vlih gnlb- wiil
; i netcen sob >1 and
riNjms tlnl-lu. l in 6a.. i
,t. to be hullt of ;re>se l bri trlm-
cd with St. l^ouls buff, .fit i .ant
by \\ F. Schra* uf Kan .
Little Lard For Sa!r.—Hu;.
boiu« ekers are now < on ? I In-
dian Territory onl. > tli' e
fs lfttlo land fo it. tin
real • state men a m tru«t compar.i-
who hold It are not uuxioua to sell.
CHAPTER VII—Continued. , i -a.% a purpose lormiug
1 p'ied him again an i again with | woman's movements.
e liQui r. till i.; ha idh « ropred from ; "1 here is i o r.■■■ i of haste, my g
ti e dice box To m : • a l« ag story 1 woman.' I said "If Oil can conjure
short, while I drank him under the up that other magenta-colored coach
table (Jil did the tame to hin fellows, and four it is at your disposal " I flung
nt) ti I 'for him. At heme J my little jokt at hli houL "Otherwl*
among heavy drinkers he was known you'll have to go as you came, on one
M the -whit, drink! ' " ■i:;
We row lookod openly at one an At this she demurred, bo I bought an
other. The men were snoring like a eid nag from Jock Swan. At first
liter of pigs ! tho woman acted dazed, but when she
"What bow - he <a that wo were^8
! jK)iut«d t * tht ihii I i i raHl.- Vr |iUn ,1" r ' 1 al>®. " , ;
teg oa the wtm te the chlmne; dltnltj out trf with h* b
drag^1 d couditlon*
larg. oortitm of
lii : an Territory
>uld i i
I e fart
tlene it and ti
:r< gated eoal
Shoetifelt fa v. us a j
land from ale or
,000,000 acres of
low the < 'hot • aw and t hick? aw In
tllans it> coiitinu.' < a-dng it to mine
operators as •• ne done In this
way th. Indians v. iild have ti
1 otual Int: ■:;ie fioia royal-:ie
many ,v sir t«
• ifeguai d d fn.in ' oven : .
(It'ii' ial Ituil ii.':int «• 1 r
1 an order lionorabl,
i vice in the
corn* i the man oblivion- to very-
thing th. woman •«itb a ruminating
1 called to Jot-:, m • ho^t. He
an.e hurrying into tae remm.
"Ves. sir," he .aid. "Your coat,
i will tell you tho man's history as
I know It, truly as the Clod above
t, . me i wipod a tear from
iier ey* - "His name Is Martin Toms.
frt Lyme. Hit nuniiy were
(, vfl| anti • ut th< y art? dead, Ood
Thl* h«* put tlo-ab on thi -t itle ^ ^ their souls, these many days,
and was slipping oyt again when ; | T|jt y wt,re perhapB implicated with
tht tellers l m not saying they were
not —'ti-; a pity (>n may not worship
as one likes under Cod's bright sky.
withe it being hectored to death, tlriv-
"I II he
laid detaiuing hands on him
back in a moment
• as soon as. they are gone
"Cone—who?'' I gasped
"Hush sir, for Cod's sakt, he f-aid
in a whisper "Their ladyships. They
are traveling incognito."
"Incognito?" I repeated 'who?''
"Hush, sir, uot o loud," he begged.
!3o you want to r tln me?"
He would have jerked a* ay from
n;.\ hut 1 held hi .1 fast t > the shoul
"Who are their ladyship??" I asked
.11 to tlo fanath deeds; but Martin
\sas not with them at the time, and
had not been for years. When a
youth he had joined a troop of play
r.ctors who were passing through the
: .1.1! with them came up to Loo*
do- His people east him off, rigid in
their convictions: he was as dead to
them as if they had nailed him in his
coffin. H ■ soon became proficient
him now, and th*i time 1 was not to enough to play small parts at
bt trifled with.
I thought ye knew," he mur-
mured; "Lady Ft ton, and— here he
let his voice sink into an awe-struck
whisper, "Mistrc"-* Nell Cwyn."
"liUdy Felton and Mistress Nell
Cwyn!" I ejaculated. "And does tiie
magenta colored coach belong to
Ves, >t >ir. Me answered. ' They
... L« rt , in Got" s 1 ame let me go.'
. wa amusing. With
a u! !en jerk ho pulled looso and
moved with as I t a speed as he was
Duke's theater There ho met me. I.
tt'O, was a play actor; I played minor
pi it.-, alio children's parts, for 1 had a
baby face. You may have hoard of
pretty Alice Lynson?" She spoke with
pride as she asked her question and
her face gave promise of what It
might he under happy circumstances,
ae was yet young.
I nodde ! although I never had.
"No en • w aild know me now, I am
ehatu-• i " she continued sadly.
Well, ve were married, and happy
for a tin. Mar' In was over of a
nt • A'illiam II
N - R? ord .f P.-souri
Oklaho 1 «
The lir- wn ; -
Will Burns. —
. ti by frletion in
i'lie h> '• Ih p; r
Marshals Poorly Paid. — In Indian
Territory, where many murders o.
cur each year, there Is not a sliejo
detective paid for by tho government
to ferret out these crimes nnd bring
the guilty persons to justice. All
such work Is performed by the Uni
ted States marshals and their depu-
ties, who receive no extra recompt nse ,
for It. United States deputy marshals (
are not paid salaries, but In fees.
They are allowed $1.50 for each sr
rest and i!5 cents for each subpoena 1
with mileage at the rate of 10 cents j
a milo when making trips and noce . ;
sary livery hir . There 11, therefore,
no recompense for tletectlv • work as
there Is nt) basis for a fee. A mar-
shal may spend three weeks on a
trail of a criminal uuploy all the
acumen of a Shoil xk Holme-', and
when he finally discovers the culprit
and arrests him he rect i-. ; the pal
try suiu of 1.50.
Bill Held Up.—Covernor Ft juson
Is to be let down as lightly as pos-i
hie with reference to the tpiarantine
bill which has passed both houses of
tho legislature. Sneaker Norton, of
the house, and President Winkler, of
tin? council, practically agreed today
to hold the measur up until after
congress shall have disposed of the
statehood bill. This can be done
easily If the Cnited States senate
votes on the Hamilton bill Tuesday,
it is bellevtd that thi governor will
veto tht? quarantine hill iu ord - t.
please Secretary Hitehctv In the
matter of the Osage i- serva
Must Drink In Open.—Hobart is to
lie cleaned up. Sheriff I' C Ray and
County Attorney Thome.'. W. Connor,
newly elected Kiowa county officials,
have given notice that all gambling of
whatever eharac • r in t very town
and place of Kiowa county, public or
private, must «• at one , that all
gambling machine in^i runients r •
devices found iu K iwa county af r
saloon wlndov ; t r front - must not
be screened or in ti \ wa> tibMructed
on Sunday or any other day.
Workmen Meet at Pawnee. —
grand lodge of th \ O 1 W . « .
Oklahoma and Indian Territory, con
venod in annual e-sion at Pawnee,
with about 150 d.-lenao in attend
ance. Crand Master Clary, of Shaw
nee, is presiding, and .1 Ta , | ..
supreme Marft. r Workman, is h
representing the uprenie iodr'
Heavy Snowfall — A hi
snow is reported in man sect.it i ■ of
ihe Chickasaw nati->n It will l> • < ;
great benefit to ti. wheat crop. It i
reported here that cattle are •/ r
iug from cold and e<posnr.
Horace Speed's Brother Dead.
United States Attorney Speed has r.
ccived a telegram from Louisvilh
Ky., announcing 'lit* death t)f t
brother, Thorn. Sp. d The th-
ceased was a lawer an i prominent,
Going to Inaugural.—Chief QuanaU
Parker, who resides at Cache, fifteen
miles from Lawton, Is making prepa
rations to attond the Inauguration of
President Roosevelt. Quanah Parker
is a well educated and civilized In
igaiiisi the mi ant
1: es. He uv .1
the con* 1 Irators bt.
co\erct| l • e a'i
Gone to Lobby.- )ne
patent medicl'i a,* nts
Guthrie to ltd : y
In the cost of l ot
the dm ts are
hind the bill.
75 Cent Gas at Lawton.—'I . 1
council at lai\ : >n r-. ant d am tht r
Compan.. !< 1 rinf. natural gas to
Lawton at 7■ «" ^ v-■" tho 1 1.
cubic f« • t.
Lifted From Debt 11 . • , hoe
church at Sn; d.: u. ; lifted f- .11 n.
tier a tlcbt by the ra'-Me* < i •. -es an
was dedicated on 'in ' t- -utul.i u
Okeene'6 Lig'.t Plant.—A frauth •
has bet a grant ■' te Mr I..-M r
plant, to b- p it iu at once, tlit
rt ady for n • within • \«y daj
Dar Di rnisse.l Malt;*'.—AI
lug of the W;e nt r liar As u-iat:. •
a r. . liutitm > "• d I : ■> pr« \
appolntctl cotii".'•'e-> I n a par
of the t lm • 1 by Ucu : ■
against Judge ti I ailed ti ;
sage A motion t apindnt a n« w eoio-
mitte.' also failt d, tit > lit tin
.• Vinita .
1 rted that
! '1 I' ll \ itii; 1 t
. D 1 . in the in''
i>l da. on aff' <
i - .11 tl>• Indian 'I
11 n ro : h repr-
capal of -fou cn stone being no morbid temperament, and was not un-
light weight to move with rapidity. usual for ono brought tip as bigotedly
a- ho said, t r adyshi'-s v, re t:>> t he had been, feeling that his pa-
in- It was t . :. nt from tie' swi ii, rei.t 1 urt- * followed him The i>' \vs
j wish swash their . n pe.ticoai i.-: « hed him in Ix>ndon of the direful
,xnin« d n t, .• stairty. : ecutions of the Covenanters of
r > t. d< or nor waiting t«
put on n.y coat '. t 1 miss \
Felton, win in fat had d« i . d.
be u; bride, antl Mistr« «
wl • e Charles 11 l ad be. m to : <i
amoK eyt ' p.
They 1 -e : me at tin entrance.
Again 1 wtlo •ngv iT ttd, • > both
•md m: ■ over their pr« ti; :ae. ,
taught a i
: 11 ; that his father had
Ha mother died of grief,
er brother whipped from
place to another, then
P uid cell where he
Hi . mo disease from
in mercifully died, ^mi
, iamlly was wiped out of
n ihort 1 me ail g ;ne-
1 was ur ■ .. wh.at to do with
the con ' hie—he certainly merited
some punishment, i found that Gil
had settled the . - lion for me.
came out of t! e Inn carrying on his
back one of the fellows bound with
"What are you doing with them,
Gil?" 1 asked.
"You'll lind them down th1* road a
bit, wallering in the mud, trussed for
all the world like fowls ready for
market," he answered with a grim
look. "I think they will hesitate be-
fore persecuting a poor woman asain,"
"Good enough," I laughed. "But may
not our host, good Jock Swan, suffer
from tho constable's anger?"
"The fat one will take to his bed
I'm thinking, and perhaps it will teach
him that he's too old to be running
after women, the beast!" he said,
for Jock he's no Innocent; ho will be
able to make them think that he had
naught to do with their plight. After
they have sol eli 1 up a bit, whieh Will
not be long I tako it in this rain, he
can release them with a fitting tale of
our being highwaymen, anti anything
else that comes to bis lips."
Jock having an equal confidence In
his ability to convince the men uf his
Innocence, satisfied me that he was
glad of this opportunity to pay t.ff old
scores. Some of that ribaldry which
had fallen from tho man's Indecent
tongue was not to be overlooked by
Our horses saddled, we bade him
good-bye, antl went on our way satis-
tied that wo were leaving them in such
judicial hand?, and that he was cap-
able of playing his part to our liking.
We cautioned him above all things
to put the constable and his men off
the track of the escaped prisoner.
And Gil added this: "Send theiu af-
ter us, If they're able to travel; we'll
take care of them/
We decided to ride steadily through-
out the night, as the horses were fresh
and we desirous of reaching London;
also hopeful of overtaking the coach
containing the redheaded maid of Mis-
tress Rosemary Allyn There was a
brunch where the two roads, tho river
1 tho main road merged into one,
and t vr this she nut pass to reai n
W« rode along a I a Jog trot for a
time, being sparing of our li t. •••.
when presently the weatle r chair', !
The sun pet pod out now and ag; in
irom behind fit coy clouds like a pretty
woman coqu ting.
(To be continued.)
'level.in I that is in.
>wn by the mercantll
• • id company, cai 1
hunt • d to build a i
T to Da- -a
Po:;toffice Fife. —
Indian Found D ul.
Oil Interests.—It i
money is invt
ithin two milt
in. ed In
int. rt 1
the day before
, 1 one so inio\
• a. was found
; ron I A
t out tin fact
aded up on
and had evl-
cated that ho
1 her and .-am-
matter o far a
ed. This ae ae
cause this is the
bet 11 reported
charge v Ail
bar is conic
lit: in the W
members of tht • ai
the meeting excel"
ply lay down an
chandler to • or
\ uiita. I. 'I frot
■ ; •
droi ing lemon
! e|;« veil to con ti
•'u rty had <
- ition.— \
tax a 1
.. 1 that a
has been St..
of Southwe; 1 rn
tho legislature t
crop of 1904 iron
of bales art now b
crs in that etion
owing to ti1 low
.11 it. Tla Iarmer
tection. It is undci
this effect w 11 I introduce.' '
Talk of Coyote Drive. -- At Hln
w i some of t!spon- ean frat. ruit
talking of inaug .rating a - tan
te d e tie near future v
bout four mil square wht r
known to be coyot.
•tnded l y hunt' rs a
will be sent In to drh
wolvc but th- man
one while they at. wide a
havt it) be on to : s job 1
anything that a
perfection, it la
care of himself under adv.
Time Over New Road.
Monofee, of the Oi lahoma
pas . t tbroui.h OUaht. • a <
Perfect in Quelity
Economical in Use
Moderate in P.Ice
PEPYS AT AN EXECUTION.
flash of spark-
They both had masks
1 r:. was hefor ne bowing ami
scraping 1 pushed him asie. with
dt>or v.ith an obH-ance. while 1 tro !.
0. pit a p< ck behind their masks. It
was of 110 avail, it hid their beauty as
the cloud ot't hid J
the sun. I caught th
We it set- n misled after
all; our being too - art: had bet n our
undoing. We had noi run down our
prt> In the gam of hunt the slip
we had reached the frigid zone.
The coach that we 1 ad been pursuing
net contain the black-eyed maid of
Felton a*- Mlstr.
Words failed me.
Allyn. but I ady
vi/5 vnce.—Tlie M
\ nierica of Oklal
[on ut Milw aukct s
Encountered a Jagu.
uiul. 1 stands '
eience of taki
— While out
Iicnr Mangum J. Crouch
,. ,1 u j:-. u.ii the onlv one
!.. . n v 11 in tlu se pari for
S 'u riil ti • w« re Killed be-
al hundred men and dogs will
j country ov« r for more of
4 thought that there h a den
near Man oe
; tieguu and
I Williams ho
t j Fort Co i
nth of his 1
tin was made
tance being t'
I tlo :
V4 tilt exp<
t The Frisco ran
Okahoma City t
enator. Tie ri
a Welcome Seige -« rad« on
Midland Valley railroad are nil vane. u-;:
on Pawhuska from two side
a siege Is a welcome one.
.1 F Niori s. resign* :
er:; have b- 11 appointed
.1 as follow h Carmen
ter. 1 ate 1. Thomas N- Henry, ea -
Stalnnkcr at Tonkawa.—TK-' pr. •
dent sent to the senate the uomlna
Hueli I Hon of William L Stalnaker, to be
^ postmaster at Tonkawa Okla.
The Theft of Another Paper.
returned to th. tap r om and
aver their • rtt
mly himself left
I s face
lowed me e,.' now followed nn in.
still eu< king his pipe. Then the ludic-
rousness tif the happ*niilairst upon
mt. and i sat me down a
much at the disgust on t
at our being so taken in.
When I bad ea-ed myself of my
merriment wl.n a wr.s m-oi -.one (.« . s
I care to laugh alone, l.c- t r in
wine nt e N ter pany fur « ' • rn-i' x
its flavor to the uttermo'! and till
kept his liji on .1 st t 1. v. ! - I said to
"Hotter lie k in I/mdon."
' Luck's a Jade " he mutt. , ! .Slit
bowers h. r :-;lfts as a woman lit r 1.
with as Utile judgment, and her ill-
v ill with .1 partiality d. void of all r- a-
ronlng. What in the devil did Tor-
rnine moan by sayii g that h« ? aw 1
magenta-ctdcred coach 1 ^ • ' > ->1*'
"Color • hu I repbed il.[. 1111 >
"Could there he two magenta-ct-.
ored coaches?" he musen.
"Po sibly," 1 returned, but hardly
two leaving' Castle Orou:
i dlsml-sed the subject with a wave
of the hand, aad turned my attention
fo the woman and tin j Im r. while
C, 1 !i stowed Li. Upon the constablt
and 1. s men
it drove him n
of a ft>w of the ox-
pletiv • a hove: ,1 ; about his lips.
' TI ' night (d tho day the day up-
on v h eh ! b urned all tills' she
spoke as if the horror of it was yet
with her—"he had to no ou and play
his part, a small pail in The IMvc-
of Denmark He was mad, but none
knew it, uot eveii L In the middlo of
th • second act ho became raving, took
th very worth out of the star's mouth
to that man's disgust and the delight
of tht pit Tiny oon got him off tho
stage. That is aJl, txoept that bt has
been that way ever since. He is at
times v iId and wauders away us now,
. 1: > tho con tabl • had uot caught him.
Ah. ir, a sad !• • ' a sad life!
it emet! to 111 wu that the woman's
life was wrecked, and tho sweetness
of In 1 not to t . ;pl; a no, no? one
word f.i the bun!-11 fat'j hatl t'trust
"Hut why shoul ! 'h- constable lioth-
r him?" I asi;e "I think instead
uiethlng should bo «lone to relievo
your hu a id put away .11 an
n Jletllam' My God! No! ' she
cried. "Have you ever seen thnse
\xu.r creatures huddled together like
bearta. manaei i and chained tvi tho
*.K>r, s-hrick.i:. * • ud wriuging their
1 • . Ne, r wh '' 1 liv« Why the
: •able houn is us is because of the
;i i••." he thin he owes me VVTien
I w ; 'pr tty Alice Lynson' I knew
ti 1:1 m- he wi :■ "1 himself my lover
to th nk 1 wo: dishonest for
Mich as ho."
"I see," 1 said.
w li re you cau g
; >r a time?"
Ves. sir i '.•■•rod. "I have
an aunt living in Shlef, two shires
from here; she w ill take us in 'Tls a
place where eva: tho constable and
Ills men care not to come oftenor than
necessary; tho men are a rough lot.
and will protect a kin to the death."
The maie being ready wo placed the
Ill-sorted pair upon her broad back,
protecting Ham as well as we could
How to Take a Walk.
Walking has the lust valui
. vmnastics f r the n ' 1. ' You shall
never break down In a ••neech," said
you have walked twelve miles." In
the English universities the reading
men are daily performing their punc-
tual training in the boat clubs or a
long gallrp of many miles in the sad
die, or taking their famed "constitu-
tionals " walks of eight and ten
mile,. "Walkh.j " said Uoussoau,
"ha- something which animates ami
v-vlfi'S my ideas.'' And Plato said
of xercise that "it would almost cure
a guilty conscience.-' For the living
out of door end simple fare nnd
gymnastic exercises and the morals
of companions produce the greatest
effect ou the way of virtue and of
Few men kh"W how to take a walk.
The qualificatii •> of a professor are
endurance, pi: a c'othey, old siioes,
rn eye for nai .; , good humor, vast
cur;o>ity, good speech, good silence
and nothing loo much. From Kmer
sons's I nocture on the Country Life.
Mrs. Chadwick's Diplomacy.
In talking of Mrs. Chadwick's In
fluenco over r • 11 the other day in the
Federal bti i 1 : . Marshal Henkel
laughingly . • are ! himself a captive
" V new.-paper photographer," he
•aid. brought me a photograph ne
took of her antl 11 • as 1 was taking
her from tbe bote' 1 showed her the
phot 1 axaph
'What a handsome couple \
make,' says she. Wouldn't that flab-
bergast you. After that 1 just had to
Punishment of Malefactors n England
in Year 1663.
In the early days of pu die e*<<
tions. It was no uncommon thing '« r
the condemned man to bo hang'-tf « "
the scene of the crime, or evoo nt hi-
homo. Mr. Pepys attonde i such s*
spectacle on January 21, 1G63, for w
read the following entry lu his diary
Up, and afi er sending ; r wife 1
my Aunt Wright's to get a place o
see Turner han r <1. I to tLo '('hanK'
and, seeing people dock in the eit- 1
In.pii ed and found that T irn"c v#.v-
not v. ' hanged so I went amonv
them to Lender hall r'reol, at Uie •' >
of Lyme streel, mar where tho rol
b'-r.v wa : don and to rit. M iry Am
where lived. And th- r • I got, r.
a ■ ! ; I(, 1 upon the wh 1 of
«• • rt, in r- d pe.ai. about mt "
before ti ■ -\ cut Ion v. as d \ I. ' •
1.. ing the time by long d;.-'v. irs" and
pra ne after another. >* hop.
>f n r. nrie. but none camo, nnd :
la t was tlung < ff tie la«ldsr in
, 1. a comely i >••king man b
as | nnd kept bis countenance io ti! ' 1 d
to see him
were ai. lea'
in the air ot *
it .vi bt
IT'S THE TERROR OF ALL .vOME v
Backache Quickly Cured by Ocdc t
Kidney Pills. Mrs. W. H. Ambrose
tells how her pams vanished new
to return when she used the Greit
American Kidney Remedy.
Dover, Ky. Fob. L'-'l - (jiyecial
So king has Huei\ache been the ern
of tho women of America tha. tht
numerous rcixirts of the complete, unit
permanent cures of this ailment no*
being mad' by Dodd's Kidney - *>I'
are* c.'i : ing v. • latU.hvi a: ti
thfe least romarkablo of these cun
is that of Mrs. W. H Ambrose of hi-
plnce. Mrs. Ambrose says:
• j 1; . i such pains in in7 back at
timt I could hardly move an < olh
were affected. One box nt I tod .
Kidney Pills drove away all ti >• paite
ai d I have nev r'l'-en troubled nanct '
Packacht is the kidneys' 8rr aoti.«
that they are out . f order and r>.. d
help. If t; y ; that help m '?.<
form of Do.; Ki-i'e> I'iDa all 1 I"
on ;• may develop into H
Hrlght'8 Di-taso or Rheumatlf.'.
If a man b^e* all his mon.*y i.e. ai •
manages to lose nearly all bin <•£«
in it s.
TO ci HI. v < oi.n IN O*K -
te Lie 11 • itr. 1 • • h:ii" I .1> "r'«F-
, P it:I ' lit.inwy It 11 .ft 11 ctw I- *
to her '
"Is there any place
antl stay in hiding
Another thing that Influenced 'he
officials her - in giving Mrs. Chad-
wick great consideration was her ten-
dornehs for he: on. Emil Ho >vcr.
Whenever 'lie boy approacned her
sin would hi ghten up and ay:
"There comes my dearest," and she
would talk to him as if he were a
baby New Vork Sun.
Muscles That Shut Out Cold.
"Tlie muscles of the skin need train-
ing to educate them to contract vigor-
ously on the slightest cold," says a
medical writer, "to shut the blood out
of the skin so quickly that the pre
eious body heat will not be lost. You
notit that when -lie skin is cold
then is a 'goose-skin' appearance.
This is due to tho contraction of the
little vnut-cles of the skin. The con
traction of the muscles comprt sses
the external blood vesels and drives
away tho blood from the surface,
hardening and thickening the akin,
which thereby becomes a better nori-
conductor. Thus tin body tempera-
ture Is maintained.
"It is because of the constant ex-
posure to cold that the Indian's body
all face.' The akin t>f his whole
body, not only that of the :ace has
learnt d to take care of Itself."
City editor—Vou . it Mrs. tlassa-
way's speech to the Woman's Rights
club, didn't you? What did she say?
Reporter—Oh, nothing worth print-
City editor—Wb she spoke for
more than an hour.
Reporter—I know, but what she said
was Quito aensible. Philadelphia
Few women are wise enough to ren-
der cue little word sufficient.
Occasionally we see a man who
looks as If he had tried to preserve
his dignity In alcohol.
Only a mean man enjoys set1 .
oil r lean's wife smoke a ei. -
A lair-' S-oi'-- p- . ■ a,"- Cros-t f..v! !U* .«"
ftoent-- Tho lOi.vt Company, Sou IS Ifcn . He
It tnkcH a very high temi>«r«tiir<. n
r tV)U.sn« -y*i ■
n v lif ' r«-t: y. ars ll . MIL«. THl ^ lie .
Wajil. ti---'. Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. 17.19
Men and roosters sometifn«« «•
their heads by crowing too soon
starch Is guarantee [ f
or mon y r« funded
1 nts Try It now*
lazy man wastes h lot
at the clock.
Talking machines—Victor and
son are the let: cash or pajiuenls. 81
weekly. 'Write t v. JEMKlJio' Wt $'■-
CO.. KANSAS CITY, M0. ;0,000 record •
stock, Mention tin. paper.
Some men lose their hair by b u . ?
in at the wrong time.
Sitlicfr s llditir llnlldfr
80 nain d iwcaueo f>0 acrea i«-orlu«cil rr
h. av .u th..t iti* proceeds bailt v lev
hotnc. Se" Salter's <• italoR. n
ii i. 157 bu., Ohio 100 bu.. Tens 198 > •
nnd n Midi. -20 bu. per ac. ron «..p
boat thia record in 1905.
WHAT nt) You THINK OB' Fit KM WM4V-
120 bu. Boarllc Hurlr per aorc.
310 bu. Sa!zc■! "s V N jl Oat* p *r
'd icaffMM Ww ■
I 000 1 ... Pedii I ea per MVS.
n '' l) • 11■ i** ■ •
IMl.OfH) 11 • \ ' i R j'c for abeqp~*H!r .
If, i ,,,'. in.. i ,1,p fclder wmdr:.
. s Superior Wis :
i in.'v fodder, per A.
N .w -nt h \ it-Ids you c*u U*T i ur ,
if you will plant my seed/;.
.'I ST S1..NU THIS NOT I Of! AW
in ktami.H to John A. Salter hi--*! iV I *
t \N m., and receive their tfrrwt.
inn and lots ut' farm need sample#. [W.N.I. .
Rome people an' so infernally pob «
;us to Inspire suspicion.
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