Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 18, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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r A Woman J i v?
Corrljht. i Ikj 5 by Rtbett Barr.
CIIAITi:u IX.- -Continued.
Miss llrevvster loohcd up languidly
from lier book during the first jinrtot
this rccltnl. Then she sprang sudden-
ly to lier foot and threw the book on tlio
"Who li It thnt vvill tnhe the tele-
grams?" slic asked the steward.
"The mntc miss. There he in stand-
ing yonder miss."
She niiulc her vvny quickly to that
"Will you take n cable dispatch to be
Kent to New York?"
"Yes miss. Is it u. long one?" he
i "Yes it is a very long one."
"Well iniss" was tlie nnsvver "y
liocn't linicli time to write it. We
lenvc now in a few minutes."
"It is all written out; 1 hac only to
add a few words to it" Miss llrevvster
nl once Hew to her stateroom. The
telegram about the mine was hoon lie-
fore her with the- words counted and
he silver and gold that were to pay for
it piled on the tabic. She resolved to
run no risk of delay by having th"
message sent "to collect." Then she
dashed off as quickly as she could n.
brief and very graphic account of th
disaster which had overtaken the
Caloric. If tills accoiuit was hlightiy
exaggerated. Miss Ilrcwwstcr had no
time to tone it down. Picturesque and
dramatic description was what she
aimed at. Iter pen flew over the paper
with great rapidity and hlu looked up
tvery now and then through her state-
room window to see ilungii? fulni the
ropes tlie boat that vv us to make the at-
tempt to reacli the Irish coast. As nlif
could thusfccc how the preparations for
the departme were going forward siu
lingered longer than she might other-
wise liav o done and added line after line
1o the dispatch which told of the dis-
ustcr. At lust she saw the men take
their places in the long boat. She
hurriedly counted the words in the new
disjiatch she had vviitten and quickly
frcm her purso plied the gold that was
nece.ssary-to pay for their transmission.
Then she sealed tiie two dispatches in
nil envelope pqfc tlie two piles of gold
Into one after rap'dly counting them
iignln cast u quick look up at the still
"Stand Btlda; I have no time to talk with you."
motionless boat grasped the gold in one
hand the envelope in the other an 1
sprang to her feet but as she did so she
gave a shriek and took a step back-
ward. Standing with her back to the door
was Hditli Longvvorth. When she
had entered the stateroom Miss Urevvs-
tev did not know but her heart beat
wildly n.s she saw tho girl standing
silently there as if she. had .risen up
through the lloor.
"What are you doing here?" slio-de-niaudcd.
"i am lieie" Kiihl Miss Ixmgvvorth
"because I wish to talk with you."
"Stand aside; I have no time to talk
with you just now I told jou I didn't
want to sec you again. Stand aside I
"1 shall not stand aside."
"What do you mean?"
"I menu that I shall not stand aside."
"Then I shall ring the br and have
j on thrust out of here for your impu-
dence." "You shall not ring tho bell" said
IVilth calmly putting her hand over the
white china arrangement that held in
its center the black electric button.
"Do i ou mean to tell me that you in-
tend to keep me from leaving my own
"I mean to tell you exactly that."
"Do jou know that you can be im-
prisoned for attempting such a thing?"
"I don't care."
"Stand aside jou vixen or I will
For a moment the two girls stood
there the one flushed and excited the
other apparently calm with her back
against tlie door and her hand over the
electric button. A glance through the
window showed Miss Brewster that the
mate had got into tbu boat and that
they were steadily lowering away.
"Let me pass you you wretch I"
"All In good time" replied Kdith
Tongworth whose gaze was also upon
the boat swinging in midair. Jenny
Ilrcwster saw at once that if it came
to a hand-to-hand encounter she would
huve no chance whatever against the
Knglish girl who was in every way her
physical superior. She had her en-
velope in one hand and the gold in tho
other. She thrust both of them into
her pocket which after some fumbling
she found. Then she raised her voice
in ono of the most appalling screums
VMth Longvvorth had ever hcuid. As
there nroso from thestenmer a loud
iind ringing cheer. Both glanced up
to see where tho boat was but it was
jiot in sight. Several ropes were dang-
ling down past the portholes. Miss
"firewater sprang up on the sofa and
with her small hands turned round
ilia screw which held the deadlight
Judith Longvvorth looked at her w ith-
out making tiny uttempt to pi event the
unfastening of the vv iudow.
.Tcnnlo Brewster flung open the heavy
brass circle which held the thick green
glass and again she screamed at the top
of lier voice crying "Help!" and "Mur-
der!" The other did not move from her po-
sition. In the silence that followed
fiio steady splash of ours could bo
htnrd mid again n rousing cheer rang
out from those who were left upon tin'
motionless steamer. Edith Ixmgworth
raised herself on tiptoe ami looked out
of the open window. On the crest of
n vvave 500 yards aw nv from thcvuswl
she saw the boat for n moment appear
showing the white glitter of her sl
dripping oars; then it vanished down
tho other side of the wave Into the
tiotigh of the sea.
"Xovv Miss Brewster jou are at lib-
frty to go."
After Kclitli Longvvorth left lur
Jennie UicwstiT indulged in n brief
spasm of hysterics. Her good sense
however speedily got her out of that
and as she became more or Ioh calm
she began to wonder why she had not
n-Miulted the'girl who had dared to im-
prison her. She dimly remembered
that she thought of a fierce onslaught
at the time and she also remembered
that the fear of the boat leaving during
tht low had stnjcd her hand. But now
that the boat had left she bitterly re-
gretted her inaction nnd grieved un-
availing' over tho fact that she hail
stopped to wiitc the account of the ills-
ut.lcr which befell tho Calorie. Had she
not done so nil might have been well
but lier great ambition to be counted
the best newspaper woman in New
ork and to show the editor that she
was equal to nnj'cinergencj that might
arise had undone her. While it would
have been possible for her to scud nvvuj
one telegram her desire to write the
second had resulted In her sending none
tit nil. Although she impugned her
own conduct in language that one
would not have expected to have hoard
fioin the lipsof u daughter of a million-
aii c lier anger against Kdith Long-
vvorth became more intense nnd n
fleice desire to have revenge took pos
sesion of tlie fair correspondent. She
lesolved that she would go up on deck
and shame this woman lie fore everj-
bodj. She would attract public attcn-
tfon to Jhe affair by tearing I'dltli
Longvvorth from Jier deck chair and
In her present state of mind Rhe had
mi doubt she had the strength to do it.
With tlie yearning for revenge fleice
and stioug upon lier tlie newspaper
woman put on her hat and departed for
the deck. Like an emaged tigress she
passed up one side and down the other
but her would-be victim was not vis-
ible. The rage of Miss Brewster in-
ci cased when ln; found her piej' was
not where she. expected. She had n
fear that when she calmed down her
iivv n good sense would assert itself mid
her levenge would be lost. In coini;
to and fio along the deck she met Ken-
jon and Fleming walking together.
Fleming had just that momcntconieup
to ICcnjon who vvns moodily pacing
the deck alone nnd slapping him on
the shoulder asked him to linve a
"It seems tome" lie said "that. I never
have had the pleasure of offering you
a drink since we came on board the ship.
I want to drink with everybody who is
here and cseciailj' now when some-
thing has happened to make it worth
"I mn ' cry much obliged to you" aid
John Kenjon coldlj- "butl never drink
"What never touch itatall? Xotevcn
"Not even ale."
"Well I nm astonished to hear that.
I thought everj- Englishman drank ale."
"There is at least one Englishman
vv ho docs not."
"All right then no harm done and
no offense given I hope. I maj' my
however that you miss a lot of fun in
' 1 piesume I miss a few headaches
'"Oh not necessarily. I have one great
recipe for not hnv ing n headache. You
Ret this Is tlie philosophy of head
aches" and then much to John's cha-
grin he linked arms with him and
changed His step to suitlvenyon'b talk-
ing all the limp ns if they were the most
intimate friends in the wrold.
"I have a sure plan for avoiding u
headache. You see when you look into
tlie mutter it is this wnj'. The head-
ache only comes when you are sober.
Very well then. It is ns simple ns A 1J
C. Never get solicr; that's the waj-1
do. I simplj'keeponandiievergot sober
so I have no headaches. If people who
drink would avoid the disagreeable
necessity of ever getting sober thry
would be all right. Don't j'ou see what
"And how about their brains in the
"Oil their brains arc all right. Oood
liquor sliarjKjns a man's brains wonder-
fullj'. Xovv j-oii trj'itsomc time. Let
me have them mix n cocktail for jou. I
tell j'ou John a cocktail is one of the
finest drinks Unit ever was made nnd
tli is man ut the bar when 1 came on
bom d he thought he could make a cock-
tail but he didn't know even the rudi-
ments. I have taught him how to do
it mid I tell j'ou that secret vill he
vv nrtli a fortune to him because if there
Is anything Americans like it is to have
their cocktails mixed correctly. There's
no one man in all England can do it
and verj few men on the Atlantic serv-
ice. But I'm graduallj' educating thein.
Been across six times. They pretend to
giv j'ou American drinks over in Eng-
land but j'ou must know how disap-
Kiinting t hey inc."
"I'm sure I don't sec how I should
l'novv for I never taste mij' of them."
"Ah true; I had forgot ten that. Well
I took this barkeeper here in hand and
lie know s now how to make a reasonably
good cocktail; and as I say that secret
will be worth monej' to him from Amer-
John Kenj'on was revolving in his
mind the problem of how to get rid of
this loquacious and generou. Individual
when he saw sailing down upon them
the irate figure of Miss JcnnieBrewster
and he wondered what was the cause of
the look of bitter iudlgnation flashing
from her ej es. He thought that she in-
tended to address the American poli-
tician but he was mistaken. She came
directly at him and with her fist
clenched said in a loud voice:
"Well John Kenyon what do you
think of your work ?"
"What work?" asked the bewildered
"You know very well what work I
mean. A fine specimen of a man you
are! Without the courage yourself to
prevent mj' bending that telegram you
induced your dupe to come down to my
stateroom and brnzenlj' keep inc from
The look of utter astonishment that
came upon the face of honest John Ken-
yon would have convinced any woman
in her senses that he knew nothing at
nil of what she was speaking. A dim
idea of this Indeed flashed across the
young woman's heated brain. But be-
fore she could speak Fleming raid:
"Tut tut my dear girl jou an- talk-
ing too loud altogether. Do yon want
to nttract the attention of everybody
on he deck? You nmstn't ninUc a
scandal In this way on boa id ship."
"Scandal I" she cried. "Wo will soon
see whether there will be a scandal or
not. Attrnct the attention of those on
deck I That is exactly w hat I am going
to do until I show up the v iliainy of this
man jou nrc talking to. lie vvns the
concoctor of it mid he knows it. She
never had brains enough to think of It.
He was too much of a coward tocarrj' it
out himself and so he set her to do Ids
dastnrdlj piece of work."
"Well well" said Fleming "even if
lie has done nil that whatever it is it
will do no good to attract the attention
to it here on deck. See how everybody
Is listening to what vou are saying. Mj'
.1 1-1 .... 4-11. !..
dear girl you arc too angry to talk just
now ; the best thing j ou can do is to go
to j our stateroom."
"You shut your silly mouth will
you?" she cried turning furiously upon
him. "I'll thank you tomliul yourovvn
business and let me attend to mine. 1
should have thought that you would
have found out before this that I um ca-
pable of attending to my own affairs."
"Cei tnluly certainly my dear girl"
misvvcied tlie politician soothingly.
"I'm sorrj' 1 can't tell you all to come
mid have a drink with mmind talk the
inn tier over quietly. That's the correct
wny to do things. Xot to stand here
screeching on the deck w ith ev-ry budy
listening. Xovv if you will quietly dis-
cuss tlieiunttcrwltli John here I'm sure
everything will be all right."
"You don't know what vou are talk
ing about" replied the young lady. "Do
jou know that 1 had an important dis-
jiatch to send to the Argus and that
tliis man's friend doubtless nt his in-
stigntion came into mj' room nnd prae-
ticullj' held me prisoner there until the
boat had left so that 1 could not send
the dispatch? Think' of the cheek and
viliainj of that and speuk to me of talk-
A look of relief and astonishment
came into Kenjon's face that quite con-
vinced tlie newspaper woman more
than all his protestations would have
done that he knew nothing of the es-
"And who kept you from coming
out?" asked Fleming.
"It is none of your business" she re-
"If you vv ill believe me" said Kenyon
nt last "I knew nothing whatever of all
this so you see there is no use speaking
to me about it. I won't pretend I um
sorrj because I am not."
This added fuel to tL ; (lame and she
was about to blac outaguin when Ken-
yon tinned on his heel mid left her and
Fleming standing facing each other.
Then the young woman herself turned
anil quickly depai ted leaving the aston-
ished politician cntiicly alone so that
there was nothing for him to do but to
go into tho smoking-room anil ask
somebody to have a drink with him
which he promptly did.
Miss Brewster made her waj' to the
captain's room and rapped at the door.
On being told to enter she found that
officer seated at his table with some
charts befoio him and a haggaid lool.
upon his face which might have
warned her that this was not tlie proper
time to air any personal grievances.
"Weil?" he said briefly as sli
"I came to see you. captain" she be-
gan "because an outrageous thing lias
been done ou honid tlirs ship nnd I dc
sire reputation what is moie 1 will
"What is the 'outrageous tiling?"
asked the captain.
"I had some dispatches to snd to
Xew York to the Xew York Argus on
whose staff I am."
"Yes." said tlie captain with Intel est;
"dispatches relating to what has hap
pened to tlie ship?"
"One of them did the other did not.'
"Well 1 hope." said the captain "you
have not given mi exaggerated account
of the condition we arc in."
"I havegiven uoaeeouutatallsimply
because I was pi evented from sending
" Mi Indeed" said the captain a
look of lellef coming over Ids face in
spite of ins efforts to conceal it. "nuq
pray what prevented you from sending
your cablegrams? The mate would
have taken any messages that were
given to him."
"I know that." cried the young
woman; "and when I was in mj' room
writing the Inst of tlie dispatches a
person who is on board as a passenger
htTL Miss Longvvorth came into my
loom and held me prisoner there until
tile boat had left the ship."
Tlie captain arched his eyebrows in
"My dear madam" he said "you
moke' n cry set ious charge. Miss Long-
worth hns crossed several times with
me and 1 nm bound to suy that a more
well-behaved joung lady I never had
on hoard nry ship."
"Extremely well-behaved she is!"
cried the correspondent nngrilj'. "She
stood against mj' door mid prevented
me from going out. I screnmed for
help but mj scrcaniH were drowned in
tlie cheers of the passengers when tlie
"Why did j'ou not ring your bell?"
"I couldn't ring my bell because she
prevented me. Besides if I had reached
the bell It is not likely anybody would
luivo answered It; everybody seemed
to be gawking after the lxat that vvua
"You can hardly blame them for that.
A great deal dejicnda on the safety of
that boat. In fact if you come to
think about it. you will sec that what-
ever grievance j'ou maj have itis after
nil a very trivial one compared to the
burden that weighs on me just now
and I cry much prefer not. to have any-
thing to do with disputes between the
passengers until we are out of our pres-
"The predicament has nothing what-
ever to do with it. I tell you a fact. I
tell you that one of your passengers
came and imprisoned me in my state
room. I como to you for redress. Now
there must be some law on shipboard
that takes the place of ordinary law on
land 1 make this demand officially to
you. If you refuse to hear me and re-
fuse to redress my wrong then I have a
large republic to which 1 can appeal
through my paper and perhaps there
will also lie a chance of obtaining just-
ice through the law of tlie lund tow nlch
I nm going."
to nr. continued.
LEGISLATORS AT WORK.
Proi:ocdhm3 of Olclivhomti b Lnw-
(t llrtl llio llrprf.riitntlvr. f llm l'.o.l
mi- lvtnj; ConilnM ! liiirl nf
llm Work iiT Hi" l'il
rousiit. -Koia v-i'litm n v .
Council lilt No. 21 Introduced by
Mr. Deliois was signed yesterday' by
the governor nud is now u livv. It Is
claimed that SUi.O0O will be saved an-
nually to the taxpiyers of tin. terri-
tory by operation of this law
"llOl'SK -FOIITV-rlUST iivv.
Thcie were no bills in Induced nnd
no other bnslnevs except tho iceoiii-
inendatlon by the committee "f mtno
bills done previously ! he house
went immediately into the dKctisshni
of the fee mid snlaiy bill.
The qmmintliic bill will be the next
bill brought up hi tho house
iioisi:-i'o in v-sr.coM t w .
The following bills weic iiiiioduced:
To provide for testing and inspect-
ing weights and incasuics.
To provide for tho Immediate lellef
of tuxpnyis -rd extending penalties
on taxes o Ip'.nl
To piovldu fir the Issuance of bonds
in settlement of judgment against
To establish a teiiltoilal board of
embalming to piovido for u better p'-o-lection
of life and health; to pi event
the spiend of contagious dl-eases.
rOU.NCII. roUTY-HKCOMI DAV .
Two hi Is were Introduced:
Council bill No. 171) by Senator
Lcatucd. and amends section 2J of
article 10. chanter 7(1. of the statutes
Council b'll N'o. 1SI. Introduced by
Mr. Gould icbites to the sale of lands
und town lots for taxes.
rouioii. I'oitrY-iiiiiui iiav.
A special dispatch mijs: "For a few
moments it looked veiy i.iuch as
though the council would break up In
a low thisntternoou and tho trouble
was only uv cited by the lliir.ncss of
1'iesiileiit Fro Tern Giurison."
There was a hot debate between
Senators Johnson and Delleis. The
discussion iiro-e over tliu Intiodiiction
by Johnson of. a bill providing for the
issuance of ceitniu bonds in payment
of judgments against counties und
municipal coi porn t Ions.
The house spent
its time on three
Mr. May's bill to ostublish a school
of mining at Ncwklik vvns reeonsld-
cied and defeated by a vole of 12 to 13
The house leconsldered Its rescind-
ing from itB amendment to the gold
contract bill the amendment being to
allow railroad coi potations to make
Woodinansce's resolution that this
legislutuie take no action in changing
county sents and county lines was
udoplcd by the bouse.
The following house bill has now
become a law;
An act provUllnjr for uniformity of mar-
riaces denn'.ns tho manner of contrncitnc
the tame prescrlblnc .cnaHier for viola-
tions thereof nnd repealing chapter of
tho statues of Oklahoma of 159J entitled
Ho It enacted by the logtslatlvo assembly
of the Territory of Oklahoma:
Section 1. MnrrlaRO Is a personal relation
ar:'nBout of n civil contract to which tho
consent of parllss lejrally competent of con-
tracting and of entering Into It Is neces-
sary nnd the mnrr'niro relation Bhall only
ho entersd Into maintained or nbrofjatcd ns
provided by law.
Sec. 2. Marriage between parents nnd
children ancestors nnd decendants of any
rtcsrree of a step-futher with a step-dauuh-ter
ctcp-inothcr with a step-son. between
uncles and n'eces nunts nnd ncphewH be-
tween brothers and sisters of the half as
well as tho whole blood father-tn-law and
daiiRhter-hi-lavv mother-ln-liw nnd son-in-law
nnd first cousins am declared to be In-
cestuous literal and void and nrc express-
Sec 3. Any unmarried male of tho uge
of 21 years or upward or nny unmarried
female of Ihe uko of 18 or upward and not
otherwise dUoual'Med '. capable of con-
tracllmr and conenttni; to marriage; but
no fcinnle under tho oro of 18 nnd no mnle
under the ago of 2t shall enter Into the mar-
imko relation except by the consent e'ven
In writing by parent rr guard nan nnd
every male under tho age of 18 and every
female under the ace of 15 are expiessly
prohibited frpm cnterlnir Into the marriage
trlation. Tiodlved that this section shall
not bo con&trucd to prevent the couits from
authorizing the marriage of persons In set-
tlement of suits for reduction or bastardy
whin such marriage would not be Incestu-
ous under th's act.
Sc. 4. No person shall enter Into or con-
tract tho manlige relation nor shall nny
person perform or solemnize tho ceremony
of any marriage In this territory authoriz-
ing the marr'agi and the solemnization or
performance of the ceremony thereof be-
tween the persons named In such licence.
Sec. 16. All mariages of persons of tha
white race with persons of th nagro raca
Sec. 17. Any person mala or female liv-
ing with another person of the opposite sex
as husband and wife without being lawful-
ly married as required by tho provisions of
this act and any person entering Into thn
mat rinse relation contrary to the provisions
of this act and any probate Judge knowing
ly Issuing any marrlagti license contrary
to tho provls'ons of th's act or any person
knowingly performlns or solemnizing the
marriage ceremony contrary to any of the
provisions of this act shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction be pun-
ished by fine of not less than JIM nor more
than fM. or by Imprisonment In the county
Jail not less than thirty days nor more than
ono year or by both "such flno and Im-
prisonment. Sec. 18. All of chapter 49 of th statutes
of Oklahoma ol 1893. entitled "Marriage
Contracts" and all acts and parts of act
Inconsistent herewith are herewith and
See: 19. This act shail be In force and
effect from and after Its pasage and ap-
proval. The governor signed two council
bills No. 27 and No. 29. The first
amends the school law by changing
tbe'tlme of annual meeting of school
disti let boatds from the second Tues-
day in May to the second Tuesday in
Council bill No. 28 makes It the du-
ty of the officers of each municipal
corporation to make a levy each year
for a sinking fund which shall be suf-
ficient to pay the bonded indebtedness
coming duo the following year to-
gether with one year's interest on all
outstanding bonds and an udditionul
sum equal to one-third of all outstand-
ing judgments. It further provides
that ull penalties interest nnd for-
feitures now uccruing or to be accrued
shall be turned into the sinking fund
and carries the balance leftover into
the fund of the next year.
THIS AND THAT.
The three Bristol (X. II.) churchem
had n combined attendance of Vt on a
I recent Sunday.
Insurance companies l Wyoming
must hereafter pay a tax of SVi lcr
cent upon their gross premiums.
China Imported 1300OC00 square feet
of American lumber last year most of
it from the stn n of Oregon nnd Vvnsh-
Ingtou. Women In lluiin.il propose to mcu
whom they seek In marriage and when
they tire of them u divorce can be had
lor the asking
A pair of gloves passes through about
200 hamU from the moment that the
skin leaves the dressers until the gloves
me purchased by the Intending wearer.
According to the .statistics of the
weather bureau the property loss from
tornadoes during the last ten y cars hns
been live times ns great In Missouri ns
in any other slate.
Under the chaperonage of their teach-
ers the fclioolrh'ldrcn of Concord make
daily visits to tlie Xew Hampshire leg
islature nnd wutch the proceedings of
The bronze doors designed by F. Mac-
monnies for the central doorway of the
west entrance to the Congrcssiounl li-
brary are now in Washington and will
shortly be placed In position.
NOVELTIES IN SILK.
Sonic rich dar' cb'H'-sof red are show-
ing In moire clour."..
Black silk net with a nln edge l
used for thick neck ruches.
Bcv out! doubt redbi il'lnnt and dnrk
ns well will be. the fall color.
lleddlsh-purple grounds with white
scrol... make stylish foulards.
lMuin-colorcd satin duclicsse hns the
cull for trimmings and combinations.
Chiffon libbons ure In lovely delicate
colorings but are. of course perisha-
ble. Cream-colored chrysanthemums on a
coial ground make a lovely satin tiroehc.
(ilacc taffeta for linings next fall will
show strong pink red green and vlo-
Watercress green Is a favorite shndc
for the coming millinery ribbons
gauzes chiffons etc.
In London they me using a very rich
make of peai: de sole tlcur de soio
for evening toilets. Dry (loods Econo-
mist. ACuUT PEOPLE.
Alfred Nlcol. the Inventor of dyna-
mite was an author as wall ns a dis-
tinguished engineer and it is said borne
of his Hnglisli Kems rise to a very
high plane. Shortly before he died he
wrote a Swedish drama "Ilcutrlce
After this August liclmont will race
his horHCB under bis own nnme. Here-
tofore bis stable has been known as
Illemton stable lllemtou was the nick-
name given Mr. liclmont by the Hnsty
Fiiddlng club when he was In college.
Arelidukc Francis Ferdinand isoneof
the crack shots of Fnrope. He shoots
with siiiokclcss powder handles his
weapon quickly and is credited with
killing 4S0 head of game In nn hour
n ml u bnlf To perform this feat he
kept three loaders constantly employ ed.
The two brass-bound oaken dlspntoh
boxes which stand ou the table dividing
tlie two front benches of the KngllsJi
house of commons bear indelible rec-
ords of Gladstone. When speaking it
was his habit to bring hl.'i (1st dovv u vv ith
violent emphasis on onij or the other of
these two boxes and his signet ring
has made great indentations in the oak.
A COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT.
Tlie Police of Syracuse Mul.e nit tin-
On Monday the 15th Harold Marquiscc of
Uticn N. Y was nrrcstcd in Syracuse N.
Y. ou a warrant swoin out by the Dr. Wil-
liams' Medicine Co. rlinrginghmi with forg-
ery. On the 15th of December Muicnusco
visited a pilot o enginvcr in Syracuse say-
ing he was the leprcscntativo of tlie Dr.
W'lliiams' Medicine Co.nnd arranged for the
making of n full set of pintcs for the direc-
tion sheets labels etc. of the fnmous Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. News
of this reached the home oflice nnd no lime
was lost in arranging for his iiriest when he
should return for tlie pintcs. He returned
cu the 15th nnd vvns accordingly nrrcstcd
and is now in jail in Syracuse awniting ex-
amination which oicurs on March 2d.
Thin arrest moves to he un important
one. In addition to vnrious plunder such
.is medical books typewriters rugs etc.
found in Mnnpiisce's trunk when arrested
the police alco found counterfeit coin both
in the trunk nnd on his person; nnd in a
search of his npartments in I'tica found a
complete outfit for counterfeiting consist-
ing of crucibles bellows nickel lend
bismuth antimony n small blacksmith
forge n charcoal furnace and several pins-tcr-of-paris
molds. The United States mar-
shals want him jutt as soon ns Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co. arc througli with him and no
doubt ho vv ill be sentenced for n iong pe-
riod. In selecting Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
his counterfeiting operations he showed his
knowledge of the proprietary medicine busi-
ness; for these pills are in such great demand
that they are easily sold nt any ding store in
the United States. His scheme was tovvnrk
tlie country druggists and cell his imita-
tions at a discount of from2percent.to5per
cent. explaining the reduced price by the
fact that he had picked them up in small
jots nnd nt a discount from dealers who were
overstocked. Hy working fast and making
long jumps he would have secured many
hundreds of dollars in a short time. Tlie
proprietors of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are
most fortunate to have caught tlie rogue be-
fore be had fairlv started nnd to have thu
kept these spurious goods out of the market.
IV vou care so
little for me."
taken a good
Miss Gyer "Have vou ever
look at yourself!'' Town
Blacker the spot surer the cure.
Jacobs Oil for bruises.
"Glory" Is "grace"
is ours on earth.
perfected and grace
JHo-To-nue for VUt Cents
Over 4P0O0Orurcd. Why notlctNo-Tc-Uac
regulate or remove your desire ior tobarcoT
Saves money makes health nnd manhood.
Cure guaranteed 50c and $1.00 all druggists
The trouble with most of us is that we
neglect to do to morrow what we have put
off to day. Truth.
Cascarets stimulate liver kidneys nnd
bowels. Never sieken weaken or gripe 10c.
"George describes the girl ho is engaged
to as a perfect vision." "Yes. And his sister
say a she is a tight." Indianapolis Journal.
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Kestorer. Free $2 trial bottle &
treatise. Dr. Kline 033 Arch it. Plula. Pa.
He Was a Stayer. lie "I'm going to kits
you when I go." She "Do it now while I'm
still young' Town Topics.
When bilious or costive cat a Cnscaret
candy cathartic cure guaranteed. 10c 25c.
There arc almost as many crises in the
average love affairs as there have been in
the rule of the sultan of Turkey.
Btxth or Onto Cur or Toledo Im
Lccas Countt. '
Frank J. Cheney iiinkesonththatheistne
cnlor partner of the firm of F. J. fheney
i. Co. doiiip ItiKittesA in the city of Toledo.
County nml Statu nforesnid nnd tlint said
Orni vvill pay tho mm of One Hundred l)ol-
iais for each nnd every ence of cntnrrh thnt
cannot be cured by the ue of Hall's Cntnrrh
Cure. FRANK. I FHENEY.
Sworn to before nio and Mibscribed in my
ntesencc this Oth day of December A. 1).
1KS0. AW. OLEASON
rScnl Notary' IulHe
Hnll'CntnrrhCur' is taken internally nnd
acts dirertlv on Hi1 blood nnd mucous mir-
fires of the system. Send for testimonials
f I ee. F. J. CI I EX EY & CO. Toledo ().
Sold by druRffiMN. 75c.
Hall's Family Fills nrc the best.
She "If you were to find tlint I had lori
ill my fortune every penny of it would
vou Ifsitnto to carry out our cnffaRenicnt?"
lie "I would henitnte nt nothing." -Indi-mnpolia
And very early too. That's what any one
should be in trcntine one's self for innction
of the kidneys nnd bladder. Tho diuretic
which experience indicates ns supplying the
requisite stimulation to the organs without
cirltinR thein. in llostcttcr's htnmnch Bit
ters. Don't ilelay; uiilnev mniuoii nun ins-
cases are not far npart. For fev er nnd aRui
dyspcpiln constipation rheumatism and
ncivc debility also use the Hitters.
A woman's idrn of n mnn Rood nnd tmo
ii one who on Sunday nftcinoou rends to
Ids child the little paper It icccived nt Sun-
day school thnt day. Alchiton Cllobc.
It is brave to overcome it Is snintly to en-
duic Chicago Stnndaid.
Fctlilo nerves severe vvcathct-ncural-gia.
Soothing cute St. Jacobs Oil.
The word "tntertnlncd" is ovorvvotked
worse than tho mother of half n dozen chil
dren Atchison Ulobc.
As you chew tobacco for pleasure nso
Stnr. It is not only the best hut the most
lasting nnd therefore the rlienpest.
Some of the best people we know nrc so
fat that they vvill not he nble to rcaih
their amis nround n hnrn when they get Up
Yonder. Atchison Globe.
If you need nnv thing in the lino of Hay
Coal Mock Oram oi Cotton Scales you
should write to tho Weeks fccalc Walks
llultalo N. Y. for catalogue and infoium
turn. Tins is an old reliable firm nnd you
can rely upon light prices and right treat-
ment. Slip "Do vou understand those French
jouesj- lie "I'm alraiit 1 do." Mi
I hen I wis
vish you'd translate them." INck-
Sudden vvcnlhcr changes brine rhctmia-
tiein. St. Jaiolm Oil mul.es prompt cine.
Let the good book you read have an ap
pcudix in your life.
Just try n 10c box of Cnscnrcts candy en-
thai ticfinel liv erand bow cl regulator uinde.
Disappointments are wines thai bear the
rut a pain to sleep:
this witli fciiutiia. To
St. Jacobs Oil docs
Ilorrovved tiouhlc demands lnrge interest.
don't use less that only increases your work. Use it alone ;
no soap with it ; nothing but Pearline. al
on the back.
Walter Baker &
Binder. The claims
Machines are to constructed that strong
chine you want will cost you more than
i it is worth more; that's ail there's no
) glad you paid the difference because
Fl 'I ( V'u
sr -m uli krViH
McCormick Harvesting Machine Company Chicago
The Lltht-Uunnlnif McCormick Open KIcvslor Harvester
The I.iKht-HunuliiKT McCormick: New 4 Meet Mower.
The I.ighl.KuunlnK McCormkL Vcrticst Corn Cinder snd
The I.lKbt-Kuuulnic McCormick Daity Keapcr lor sate everywhere.
inHT I1TRF V nniRSKTF.Pn fur
uwuvuwAuua. uuuamuuuy uf. DfTrr
mAmmA tuiAkUrfi. a CTVnf.ln HFVVhT
Persons you meet every day
OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE
or some trouble of the kidney urinary
or female organs.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
In such a serious condition you must
secure the belt remedy you can find in
There is only one absolutely sure
cure for these troubles and that a
"It has stood the test of time."
A ot affected
f. Hn dp troll
Ni UIIST nor ItATTI.i:. Outturn Un or Iron.
A llurnhoNiilKllliilp.for Plnsleron vrallt.
Writer I'rnnl Kitrnl'iina nt tma mtir niin
Inf. nf aftitm mftttrlftl. th
ret A chttHt1n l Ii mrktt. Write fnrtiinplf-ijyto.
I IIAY. COAL. DTOCir.GHAIH. nilCCII fl V V
AND COrrOK BCALE8. nsi.niii
le for Incrtioo f.. itejectea culms reopenea.
All lnws frea. 31 yr. practice. Pucrcss or no fpfl.
I. tl. artorwlck A . lUtUvill O. MlllftthlMl ISC
i -&5r-svirarwjiRw pisMivhrtri trf
LV r.Ur fT 3 I tiulrkrellrnilcurcwonit
eutu seil InrliouK or tr.thnanlKla sn.l llliUrr
trriltnlrut I'rcv Br. II. II.UIUKVS WHS. Alluu.4.1.
RCT DIPH IIUICKLT. I' Tor "800 Intentions
Utl fllUfl ljnMli."U(r1UACli:i'ii7X.Y.
A. N. K.-1I
tVIII.N Wlilrl.NUTO AIIVIIKTISKIM 1'l.liASK
luto llial yuii fcaw tba AdvcrlUvment Im tliU
1 1 n ti i
-ebOIIAUTIIII OI' CHNTimY OT.1J.
Ironing is hard enough.
Save your strength for that Make the rest
washing easy with fearim.
boil; rinse that is all there is
The clothes arc cleaner and
than in the old way ; colored
goods are brighter ; flannels are softer
and won't shrink.
Use your Pcarline just as
directed on every package- and
you'll get the best results.;; Don't
use more that only wastes it ;
Baker & Co. Ltd.
in 1 780 at Dorchester Mass.
Has the well-known Yellow Label on the front of every X
package and the trade-mark "La Belle Chocolatiere" 3
" ii i
Co. Ltd. Dorchester Mass.
When I Saw
I thought that it was probably like the announce-
ments of many ether makers of harvesting machinery
big blow and little show! but I'm ready to surren-
der; go ahead gentlemen you're all right; I bought
one of your binders last season and it is equal to any
claim you ever made for it."
This is the condensed essence of what Mr. Thomas
Carney of v7ashington Court House. Ohio has to
sav about the McCormlcfc Right Hand Ocen Elevator
made for McCormiclc Machines arc
claims for them are justified. The may-
the other kind for the simple reason that
other reason and in the end you'll be
there's nothing cheaper than the best.
! fof tlptloD Cueartt ar tht Id!. l4XftA
rr. or irTipe.eQi rin eat; nan ra 1 retail mm
m.. rtilmrA. Mnrntrval. tm.. at Kwt York. tv.l
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