The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 14, 1906 Page: 2 of 5
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THE BEAVER HERALD
Maud O. Thomas Pub.
WILLIAM T. QUINN
Deputy District Clerk
1 will tike filings final proof nnd
contest uol'cct for UoaTcr count;
BEAVER - OKLAHOMA
Offloo rrlth Bank o( Hearer City. Wll;
practice in nil the couru County
Territorial and Federal.
WEAVER. - OKLAHOMA
F. P. Madison
L. S. MUNSELL M. D.
Physician ntl Surrfnon !o
OPTICIAN AN& OCULIST
If In need of spectacle have your eye
tested clciitiuilly and patronize
R. H. LOOFBOURROW
rractlcet In all courts ami before U. 8
DEAN & LAUNE
Praotleo In all Territorial Courts and
Wora the U. 8. Land Office.
. . nOOVEU CHAH. HWIN DAI.L.
Oanailtsn Tec Woodwnnl OVU
HOOVER tx SWINDALL
General practice In the District and
federal Courts of Texan nnd Oltlnhoina
aad before the land office and Depart-
Mat of the Interior.
a. B. Alexander.
J. A. IIyi
ALEXANDER U HAYES
Fraction In all courts nnd United
States Land Ofilce In Woodward Ok.
BRIGGS & WYBRANT
1st door east of Laud Of Hoe.
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA.
FRED C. TRACY.
fi (County Attorney.)
Attorney-At- La w
Liberal Kansas or Reaver Oklahoma.
C. W. HEROD
Attorney and Coun-
selor at Law.
Land Fraotloe a Specialty.
CLYDE H. WYAND
Land Oftloa Business a Specialty
H. D. MEESE
I attend to all kinds of
GEO. H. HEALY
Land Scrip for Sale.
aWmb! In Land nnd Mortgage Cases
ALEXANDER fc UDALY
& M t3sf 9. I M lLV"- J- .
CHAPTER XIII. Continued.
"Ah It will not bo for Borne lime
Eenorltn nnd Uio mini who seeks. It
I una n Rood chanco of losing his own
bo ho peon or Minster. Barcolona the
bull-flghtor. or Honor Lope tho hidal-
go. My life bolongn to myself-- I will
defend It ngnlnst nil comers. I am
well armed senorltn."
His rammer Is qu'tt not boasting
but thoroughly convincing. She looks
at him with tho deepest ot admiration
showing In hor oies for although n
Mexican girl tuny ndmlro n handsome
mnn. she micros u bravo one nnd
Sunor Dick linn proved himself to bo
shell r.'oio than onco to tho knowl-
edge of the sunorltn.
"I know' ou do not fear him that
Is whnt makes mo shiver for ono of
jou must fall. There Is tho wicked
Barcelona loo ho has nlso nwnrn
ngnlnst you. Once ho wns tho Idol of
tho peoplo here there 1b n change
ho fools It what havo you done to
bring It about?"
"Ho tried to down mo. and fortune
wns my friend. I proved more lucky
and by means of wrestling trick
threw him on his back."
"You humiliated Tordns before nil
tho people nnd he will nover forglvo
you for that; he Is only awaiting his
time to secure revengo. Tell me. 8on-
or Dick do jou moan to stand up for
tho American girl In her effort to hold
It Is n plain qnesMon nnd -domnnds
n straight answer which Dick Is
ready to give.
"I hrno so determined; it Is an out-
rage lo see man making a combine
against a nung girl. Tho property
Is tlghtfully hers the conrts will so
decldo ovcry time. Your father's pur-r-oso
Is to rule or rultt. Ho had bet-
ter tnko care wo ore already in
communication with President Diaz
whom I know personally having
fought at his side during tho revolu
tion that brought him Into . power.
Senor Lopcr. will go too far nnd find
himself in tho Black Hole some morn-
lus." The girl gives a sigh.
"1 heo you will not retreat you do
not know or nppreclnto tho dangers
arrnyed ngnlnst you. 1 nm glad wo
have mot glad to have this opportun-
ity of wanting jou. Why my father
hatCB ou so I do not know."
"i ban gl more than ono guess
sonorlta." then as rho lets her vnll
full to hhlo her contusion "but tho
ennso has little to "in with It now. I
nm warned I am alwajs on tho
watch I go well anned nnd feel cap
nble of defending my own. Iet that
console you. nenorlta."
"Oood-hy." sho says In her Foft
Spanish nud bo tnkeb hor hand nnd
raises it to hts lips as might a
knightly courtier of o'd.
When be resumes his walk after
wntrhlng tho trim figure ot tho veiled
senorlta enter her nrrlage that has
stood iionr-by. Dick has new subjects
for serious thought. Ho la no fool
tho great admiration ' this woman or
girl shines In hor glorious black eyes
nnd breathes In tho soft cadences of
hor oIco. He likes It not sluco ho
himself Is so desperately In love with
another. It must mour. harm to Miss
Paulino In tho end. Resides ho can-
not remomher the tlmo when bo ad-
mired dnrlc women h fair girl alwnjs
ecltoil admiration on his part.
Soon ho strikes t.io Pasco whoro
vehicle arc already lolling und hero
Dick gives himself up to observation.
Ho knows very low peoplo In all tho
City of Mexico nnd ot ho bus been
hero a number of times. Americana
find It hard to entor tho first circles
of Mexican reoldcnts. whoso houses
nre. llko those of Spanish grandues
their cnstlos and In which the womun
folks keep secluded most of tho time.
"Ah. Miss Paulino lias changed her
mind hor headache must hnvo got-
ten bolter" sajs Dick ns ho bows to
Miss Westorloy and Dora who soated
In n small phaeton drlvo past him;
tho vehicle Is so limited In tlzo thnt It
Is already filled so tV'ro Is no chance
for n follow of his niako-up.
"Tho only thing wo could get." calls
out tho lady as tlios pass him and
ho bnwu again.
"Wonder where Hob wont strango
ho didn't sny n word to mo about go-
ing That fellow Is changed slnco ho
fell In love ho usai to bo so frank
und confidential and row ho Is secre-
tive. I reckon It doos mnko n differ-
ence In a mnn though for that mat-
tor. I don't notice It It m)self"
So lie strolls up cud down and
smokes sacrul clga-s. watching tho
parade nud In realltv keeping an eye
put for Mobs Pnnllne. but. If they do
return. Ho has missed them In tho
crushKnnd bo raukcs'up bis ns'nit ns
41 in kliadows of night fall quickly
jfter 6'unsct. that Mioy must have re-
turned by come oth;r road.
tw r'vr zzrttTv 'i&v &r 'sa
So ho heads for tho caravansary nt
which they linvo put up. As Is cus-
toroary In this country meals are
taken at n nelghborlog rcstnurnnt.
It Is astonishing to bco how quickly
night comes onco tho sun has sunk
behind tho mountains that guard the
Valloj do los Remedies. Dick halts
once to watch the tricks ot some mon
keys that a roving It lian has brought
from the South and educated. When
ho goes on ngnln ho finds lampi light-
ed nnd tho blackness ot night fallen
upon tho Mexican capital for this
Is tho time of year when tho days are
Dick knows well that where thero
is darkness In n Mexican city thero
lurks danger the life of n foreigner I a
not esteemed of tho highest Import-
ance nnd n footpad would not hesi-
tate to use hts machete If assured that
his Intended lctlm wan a Yengce.
Ever alnco the war with Mexico In tho
forties the lower classes have cher-
ished a bitter reeling against their
American cousins across tho Rio
Giande nnd this occasionally crops
Hence It Is that Dirk while wander-
ing along tho dark street keeps one
hand on n weapon. It Is well to bo
thua prepared for danger for It
springs upon him pu'ldunly. A mnn
with a trend llko tint of tho velvet-
footed Jaguar Issues from behind n
flight of steps; ho dons not attempt to
close with the American though
d.oubtleBS nrmed with tho murderous
cuchlllo n knlfo more deadly In Its
work than nny known tin earth.
Instead this myjierlous nssallant
gives n toss of hts nrms n sudden flirt
that would lie meaningless unless wo
remember that1 hero wo nro In tho
larfd of tho lasso which Is cast with
a precision most astonishing and ro-
mnrknblc. Thus n ring ot tough rope drops
over tho hend nnd shoulders of tho
American without the least 'warning
nnd It Is thrown by n master hand
for when it reaches a certain point a
quick Jerk secures It and Dick's arms
are fastened to his sides.
Then comes n tremondotis Jerk that
throws him over va his back upon
Although tho ex horse tamer has ap-
parently been caught In tho tolls It is
no reason ho should loso his presence-
of mind. Dick knows what his only
chanco must bo; ho understands that
whilo ho lies there upon tho street
Hugging ono or more enemies will
niah forward to complete the Ictory
tho slackening of tho rope gives
htm positive assurance on this scoro.
Hero Is where his opportunity
comes In it he neglects that ho Is
Indeed lost. Fortunately Dick Is ns
quick ns a cnt b nnture his hand
Is already on his knife If ho can but
withdraw that good right nrro from
tho oclopiiB grasp of the tough rope
thnt hn& .thrown him all will he well.
Ho makes the attempt exerting all
his power to loosen the bonds. His
strength wins tbo nooso slackens so
that ho can draw Ms arm through.
In that hand ho clutches n knlfo
pulled from Its sheath nnd ns the
keen edgo is drawn across tho ropo
Dick with the other hand clutches
tho ropo Jn order to keep up the ten-
sion nnd deceive the lasso thrower
who is doubtless advancing hand
over hand. In tho direction of his in-
Thus crouching ho nwnlts the com-
ing of the unknown who may prove to
bo Barcelona ono of his minions or
nn ordlnnry. overy-diy footpad who
has taken this modini ot securing tho
mnn ho Intends to rob
It Is n moment ot suspense then n
man's figure looms ibove him nnd ho
knows tho time has como for action.
The lenp of tho pnuther Is not more
sudden or disastrous than thnt of
Dick Denver ns ho pounces upon tho
unknown who has thrown hlra with
Tho man Is taken by surprise car-
ried off his feet ko to bpenk by tho
rush of (ho gringo U Is now his turn
to discover tho solidity of the flagging
nor docs ho relish It nt all with a
weight llko thnt of Dick Denver upon
Iho American does not use his
knife but ho Immediately sotzes his
antagonist by tho throat and moves
tho shining blade beforo his eyes. As
It under tho belief that ho Is about to
bo Immediately butchered tho other
groans nnd writhes.
Dick loosens bis clutch ipon hts
throat allowing him fin opportunity to
"Mercy senor!" the fellow gurglos.
"Why should I not kill you
wretch?' demands Dick.
"It was all a mlbtako. senor por'
Dlos! a terrlblo blunder."
"You took mo for somo ono else?"
"'St senor oh yes I would not
harm you for tho world Thero would
Lbe no money In hurting you."
"Then your object was not rob-
Tho questions come tso fast that
lh' poor devil Is apt to put his foot In
V nnd tell tho truth
"You wcro hired to murder me; own
up to lit now unless you would meet
"Not murder senor not that." tho
"Whnt then; confess now."
"Only to secure you; n hundred sil-
ver pesos to secure you el enptnn."
"Ah thnt was all eh. Only n bun-
dred pesos. Now tell mo who takes
so much. Interest In Dick Denver as
to deslro his presence? 1 fancy I atn
worth that much to only ono man."
"You know him. senor; I am con-
vinced that you kno'v him. I dare not
mention his nnmo; 1 bnvo sworn not
to reveal It."
"Hah! that Is nothing; nn oath to n
greaser doesnl amount to n great
deal. Hut I will save ou the trouble;
I wll speak It now. Senor Lopez has
an Interest In my welfare; my hap-
piness Is of great moment to him "
A grunt nnnounccs that tho man ad-
mits ho has struck tho right na-ue
Dick can see through a millstone that
has n holo in It and he knows what
it nil menus.
"Oct up!" he says ilmplv. nnd It Is
amusing to seo how readily tho fellow
"Now you can go and the next time
you run up against me It will bo to
mcot'n bullet or a knife. Tell the
man who hired you '"at It will take a
regiment to bring Dick Denver before
him In bonds. Vamj'o!"
Tho fellow dashes down San Felipe-
Ncrl r.trcct ns m.idl' as though a
legion of demons purbiicd him leav-
ing Dick chuckling with amusement.
(To bo continued )
COMPELLED TO EAT WRITINGS.
People Who In This Way Contributed
to Destruction of Literature.
Among tho causes that contribute to
tho destruction of books sa)8 nn
Italian writer Amerlco Scarlatti
thero Is ono very curious ono that may
bo called blbllophagln. No reference
Is intended to tho mlco that once
destroyed In England an entire edition
of Castoll's "lexicon Hcptnglotton"
but to humnn beings who have liter-
ally devoured books.
In 1370 Barnabo Vlscontl compelled
two papal delegates to cat tho bull
of excommunication which they had
brought him together with Its silken
cords and leaden seal. As tho bull
wns written on parchment says tho
Scientific American not paper it was
all tho moro difficult to digest.
A similar anecdote was related by
Oelrlch In his "Dlssertatlo de Blbllo-
theenrum et Librorum Fntls" (175C)
of nn Austrian general who had sign-
ed n note for 2.000 florins and when it
fell duo compelled his creditors to eat
Tho Tatars when books fall Into
their nos3esslon eat them that they
may acquire the knowledge contnlned
A Scandinavian writer tho author
of a political book. was compelled to
chooso between being boheailed or
eating his maml3cr!pt boiled In broth.
Isaac Volmac. who wrote somo spicy
satires against Bernard Duke of Sax
ony was not allow eft th'c courtesy of
tho kitchen but was forced to swal-
low them uncooked.
. Still worso was tho fato of Philip
Oldonburger a Jurist of great renown
who was condemned not only to eat
n pamphlet of hts writings but also
to bo flogged during his repast with
orders that tho flogging should not
cease until ho had a" allowed the last
Tho late Justice Daly of Now York
frequently enlivened tho tedium of
legal pioccedhigs had beforo him by
hlB kindly wit.
Ono day n suit was brought before
him in which damages wcro claimed
by reason of. an assault. Plaintiff had
been knocked down by tho defendant
and socrely pummelled whilo pros-
trate. One of the witnesses seemed
very reluctnnt to answer the questions
put to him on cross examination. In
which ho was upheM by tho court.
"With nil duo respect to your Hon-
or" complained tho attorney for the
plaintiff "tho court docs not appear to
tnko cognlzanco of tho underlying
principle In this case."
"In my opinion" replied his honor
good nnturedly. "tho Underlying prin-
cipal In this case Is your client Mr
Attorney." Harper's Weekly.
Saved by Little Child.
On tho evidence of n little child a
man was saved from being sentenced
to death nt fllasgow a few days ago
although tho other evidence waj much
against him. John Murray aged 21
wns charged with murdering his
mother by beating hor and forcing a
handkerchief Into her mouth. His
sweetheart whilo believing him Inno-
cent admitted that tho deceased had
objected to Murray's putting In their
marriage lines. Tho evidence was
wholly circumstantial and tho ver-
dict ultimately rested on tho state-
ment of a little girl who persisted
that sho helped Mrs. Murray homo
after the hour whon the accused had
left tho suot and was with his sweet-
heart. The jury returned a verdict
of "Not proven" and the prisoner was
In n southern court ono day snys
n well known attorney ono ot the
counsel paused In h'a argument re-
marking to the Judge:
"I observe thn. your honor shakes
his head at that statement I deslro
to reaffirm It although your honor dis-
sents." "I nm not aware" coldly responded
tho judge "that I have Intimated how
I shall constnio tho evidence nor
what my decision will bo In the pre-
mises. Your remark Is therefore en-
tirely uncalled for.'
"Your honor shook his head."
"True." said tho Judge. "There was
a fly on my ear And I'll hayo you
know sir that Ijresorvo the right to
jemoye a fly In 'whatever manner
"pleases me. 'Harper's Weekly.
To Unite Labor For.-ss.
A visit or British labor members of
parliament toustraHa has been
planned. The objoct of the vIsU wiu
bo to bring aboutTan "un Jerstandlng
between all tho democratic and labor
forcea of 'the empire"
" "" rtE-r Mrtttri nP S
Left Valuable Historical Matter.
John Hill Martin n venerable law-
yer of Philadelphia who recently has
passed away left columns of local his-
tory thnt will always have value.
These Include "nethlehem and Iho Mo-
ravians" "Sketches In Lehigh Valley."
'Hlstorictl Notes on Musi? In Uethle-
hem." "History of Chester" and "Tho
Dcneh nnd Uar of Philadelphia." Be-
sides these works Mr. Martin edited
mnny papers on marine Insurance his-
torical and genealogical topics. He
was n bachelor and a member of many
SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERING
Ended at Last Through Using Doan'a
Mrs. Sollna Jones of 200 Main St.
Ansonla Conn. says: "If it had not
been for Doan s Kla-
ney Pills I would
not bo alive to-day.
Scvon years ngo I
was so bad w.th
pain In tha Lack
and so wrak that I
had to keep to my
room 'and wa3 In
bed sometimes six
weeks at a spsll.
B o c 1 n a I n g with
Doan's Kidney Pills the l.Idnoy weak-
ness was soon corrected and Intldo
a week all tho pain was gone. I was
also rcllevd ot nil headaches dizzy
spells KorcntSH aud feelings of lan-
guor. I strongly recommend Doan'i
Sold by all dealer?. HO cents a box.
Toster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Apology' is a poor excuse nt best.
Lewis' Stnglo Hinder straight fie cigar Is
jood quality all tho time. Your dealer or
Lewis' Factory Peoria 111.
Ahtingry man can't eat advice.
' AWFUL SUFFERING.
From Dreadful Pains from Wound on
Foot System All Run Down-
Miraculous Cure by Cutlcura."
"Words cannot speak highly enough
for tho Cutlcura Remedies. I am now
soventy-two years ot ago My system
had been nil run down. My blood was
so bad that blood poisoning had set
In. I had several doctors attending
me so finally I went to tho hospital
where I was laid up for two months.
My foot and .ankle wcro almost box
yond recognition. Dark blood flowed
out of wounda In many places and I
was so disheartened that I thought
surely my last chanco was
slowly leaving me. As tho
foot did not Improve jou can
readily Imagtno how I felt. I was
simply disgusted and tired of life. I
stood this pain which was dreadful
for six months and during this time.
I wan not able to wear a shoo and
not nblo to work. Some ono spoko to
mo about Cutlcura. Tho consequences
wcro I bought n set of tho Cutlcura
Remedies of ono of my friends who
was n druggist amljfhc praise that I
gavo after tho second" application Is
beyond description; it seemed a ralr-
aclo for tho "Cutlcura Remedies took
effect immediately I washed the foot
with tbo Cutlcura Soap before anply-
lng tho Ointment and I took tho Re-
solvent at tho same time. After two
wepks' treatment i?y foot was healed
corjpletely. People who had seen my
foot during my illness and who have
seen It since the cure can hardly bo-
liovo their own eye's. Robert Schoen-
haucr Nowburg. N. Y. August 21
Dignified Practical Joker.
Ono can hardly Imagine that digni-
fied nnd zeaou3 temperance advocate
Lady Henry Somerset ns a practical
Joker and yot It Is a fact that sho
together with her cousin Lady Dudley
onco dressed up as a pair of French
tourbts nnd In this guise nnd heavily
veiled visited her place at Eastnor
castlo and 'went all over It. But ap-
parently sho wan not sufficiently Im-
pressed by tho bcautlc3 of her own
resldenpe for afterward her house-
keeper confided to her that "that Ducb-
esso do Montmoro5.cl" tho nnmo
which Lady Henry had given herself
"was a disagreeable creature"
Two "of Thin Are In tht Houie
There are two Quakers Jn tho houso
ot representatives Mr Cocks of New
York and Mr. Butler of Pennsylvania.
Tho latter Is known ns the "fighting
Quaker" and It Is only when ho gets
excited that ho lapses Into tho lan-
guage of hla sect. When Mr. Butler
Is pushed Into a controversy on tho
floor ho Is very apt to say "thee" for
"you." For a man of peace Mr. Butler
who only n.-.mo Into tho houso In tho
Flfty-flfth congress has had his share
to do with war. Ho Is still n man of
peace however but has satisfied him-
so:r that tho only way to maintain
peace Is to bd so prepared for war
that no other power would care to
engage In a controversy with us.
A Trained? Nurse Discovered
No one is In better position to know
tho value ot food and drink than a
Speaking of coffc.o n nurse of Wilkes.
Barrc Pa. writes: "I used to 'Irlnk
strong coffee myself nnd suffered great-
ly from headaches nnd indigestion.
While on a visit to my brothers I had
a good chanco to try Postum Food
Coffee for thoy drank It altogether In
place of ordinary coffee. In two weeks
after using Postum I found I was
much benefited nnd finally my head-
itches disappeared and also tho inal-
restton. "-Naturally I have slnco used Postum
among my patients nnd have noticed a
marked benefit where coffee l)as been
left off and Postum used.
"I observe a curious fact about Post-
um used among mothers. It greatly
helps the flow of milk In cases whero
coffee is Inclined to dry It up and
where tea causes nervousness.
"I And trouble In getting servants to
mnko Postum properly. Tnoy most al-
ways servo It before It has been boiled
long enough. :t should bo boiled 15 or
20 mlnuts and served -yl'.h cream
when it Is certainly a delciou; b'erer-
age." 'There's a reason" for Postum.
. IVHJOI iw -
Company Which JouriiByed to Iha
Orient with Secretary Taft
Gather at Banquet.
Most unique Of the dinners given
this tenson was that which tho "Taft-
cra" gave tho other night ut the Wll-
lard for Mr. Taft secretary of war.
The company which Journeyed so hap-
pily together to the orient has de-
cided to celcbrnto etcry yenr nud this
event was tho first.
After being recclvod by tho com
mittee including Senator AVnrrcn Sen-
ntor .Murphy J. Foster Representative
Shirley nnd Representative William
B. McKlnley tho guests passed into
the adjoining ballroom. In single file
they emerged upon tho miniature uccr
ot tho steamer Manchuria behind
which wcro billows canvas waves nnd
a tiny whirr plied with luggnge. Pass-
ing rrom tho nng-plank they crossed
n tiny Jnpaneso bridge and descend-
ing traversed a tea garden ot the
Flowery king'dom the perfume of wis-
teria ncacia and other dainty blooms
delighting them us they went oa to
view tho Jungle.
Picturesque gates of China flanked
the other end of tho room. In the cen
ter of tho room was a long tnble nnu
stretching down tho length of It the
mossy nrchlpelngo of tho Philippines.
Native huts nnd bridges flecked Us
surface nud nailing In tho mirror wall-s
surrounding it were curious crafts
of the orient.
v canopy over the table carried the
..ca of a Philippine bunga'.ow Its
bamboo posts hung with curios from
tho land. Quantities of roses nnd oth
er blossoms formed the outer fringe of
decorations. All the Intervening spaces
In the room were banked with tall
palms and other greens suggestive of
the tiiiptes and the chandeliers were
draped with southern smllax nnd fes-
tooned with Japanese lanterns.
The "Tatters" loaned miniature huts
boats and other souvenirs to give sug-
gestive touches. Tho place cards were
mounted kodak views taken on the
trip most of them being photos of the
party each guest receiving a picture
or the person on the voyagp who most
interested him or her. For Instance
Mrs. Taft. who was not one of the
party found at hor- place a photograph
of hsr husband the secrcta-y. Repre-
sentative Longworth found his place
by the smiling likene3s of his bride
nnd ltcprc?cnt?.ti'.c Shirley -was no less
fortunate by finding a picture of Miss
Migtion Croltton his llancee whose
fate wan also settled on that trip wait-
ing at his' peat at the table.
Of all the originality displayed in the
planning and carrying out of the feast
no moro was displayed than In the
compiling of the menu. This was In
book rorm printed nnd bound In Fili-
pino cloth decorated with a spray of
palm and entitled "Tho Second Voyage
of the Tar Philippine Party."
Between tho covers were all torts of
funny caricatures and others depleting
the voyage a'viow of the president's
daughter reudy for tho voyage lead-
ing the se-ics likenesses of Queen Lll-
luoknlanl the sultan of Sulu nnd
many runny hits tho final being a list
of toasts. Mr. Shirley was tostmas'cr
with following speakers: Mr. Taft
"Pleasant Memories;" MIss Mibel
Iloanlman "The Ladles;" Represen-
tative Foster "The Trip and the Trip-
pers;" Representative Grpsvenor
"Somcwhero East of Suez;" Repre3en-
tPtlve Do Armond "Guided by tho Ma-
gician Into Wonderland Wonderful
Thlngo Happen;" Representative Ches-
ter I. Long "IJralso the Sea but Keep
WE KEPT HIS PROMISE.
Washington Boy Obeyed His Father
to the Letter But Had His
Thero lives In Washington a physi-
cian who has a ten-year-old boy of
great spirit but with no overabund-
ance of strength says tho American
Spectator. Last summer the boy se-
cured his father's permission to join
a camping party organized by boys
In tho neighborhood; butaln the part-
ing Instructions there was one re-
striction. "Now my bqy" said tho father. "I
don't wish you to go out In your
cousin Bob's canoe. Ho and those
other lads are quito used totho water
but you are not; and you haven't as
yet learned to sit still anywhere.
You'll be with them but a short time
and with tbo other amusements you'll
have you can afford to let tho canoe
alone this visit so that your mother
will not bo worrying all tho hllo
Tho'boy promptly gavo the desired
promise. On his return he was most
enthusiastic with .regard to tho' pleas-
ures ho had enjoyed.
"Didn't mind not canoeing a bit
father." said he. "Tho only time they
used tho canoe anyway was the last
day to go over to the othe'r shore.
But I remembered my propilse and
I wasn't going to break It at the last
minute. So I Bwnm across."
Justice Harlan of the United States
supreme court hale hearty and over
70 says: "I suppose I nm the only
man of my age In the country vho
can truthfully say that I have never
eaten anything that disagreed with
me." "Is" that duo?" asked Secretary
Root "to a careful selection ot your
food?" "No. Elr" said the Justice
"but to a careful and Intelligent selec-
tion of my stomach at an early date.
Ono cannot tell" said Justice Harlan
a few momcnt3 later "whero the light-
ning" will Strike" He was discussing
presidential possibilities. "I remem-
ber hearing my father say after
Franklin Pierce was nominated 'John
after this nobody Is safe.'"
The recent visit of King Edward to
France has jjlven the French another
EuglUh lihrase. which they have ndd.
cd to "high life" "sportsman." "fash-
lonable and the rest. They now call
fine weather "king's weather.''
Tree Without Inaves.
The "leaflesi acacia1 Is a peculiar
tree thnt forms forests in Australia.
Tlte tree has no leaves hut respire
through a. 'little stem saswerlng the
purpose of a leaf.
is the only 43tj
HIGH GRADE POWDER
offered to the consumer at 5
MAKES PURE FOOD
Free from Rochelle Salts Alum oi
any injurious substance.
Calumet Baking Powder
is recommended by leading phy-
sicians and chemists.
Tho crank Is generally a part of tho
machine except In politics.
In a Pinch Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures ptinful smart-
ing nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Make3 now shoes easy. -A
ccitaln cure for sweating feet. Sold
by nil druggists 25c. Trial package
FREtt. Address A. S. Olmsted Lo
Roy N. Y.
There's alwnyp a woman In the enso
when a female lawyer Is employed.
Garfield Ten the herb la.;ativc i mild
effective health-giving a fnultles prep-
aration. It cures constipation.
Woman's Suffrage In Italy.
Tho agitation of woman's suffrage
has spread to Italy and It Is quito
on tho cards that u lady will como
forward aa candidate for Mantua. It
Is enough to make VIrgll turn In his
grave; but tho city on tho Mlnclo has
changed n good deal of laic. The In-
dustrial revival of Lnmbardy has not
passed It by and now that It Is oii
a great railway lino it Is no moro tho
sleepy placo of last centuiy. Thero Is.
In fact hardly a town in the wiiolo
province that has not Its fnctory; ono
has to cross Into Venetla to see tho
mediaeval customs preserved Intact.
VIccnza has hardly altered In .".00 years
nnd Padua 13 dead. The university
there is not now celebrated as In Pet-
rarch's time; thero Is only a garrison
nowadays. - " '
READ AND YOU WILL LEARN
That tho leading medical writers and
teachers of all tho several schools of
practice ciulorso apd recommend. In tho
strongest terms possiblo each and uvcry
Ingredient entering Into tho composition
o Dr. Plerco's Golden Mcdleal Discovery
for tlio euro of weak stomach dyspepsia
catarrh of stomach "liver complaint"
torpid liver or biliousness chronic bow el
affections and all catarrhal ilHcases ot
whatever region namo or nature. It Is
nlso a specific remedy for all such chronic
or long standing cases of catarrhal affec-
tions and their resultants as bronchial
throat and lungdls-eascsteScopt. consump-
tion) accompanied with soverc coughs. It
Is not so good for acute colds and coughs
but for lingering or chronic cases it I
especially efficacious An producing per-
fect cures. It contains Black Cherrybark
Guidon Sc.il root Jlloodroot Stono root.
Maudrako root and Queen's root all ot
which are highly praised as remedies for
all tho abovo mentioned affect ions by such '
eminent medical writers and teachers ns
Prof. Rartholow of JcfferMin Med. Col-
lege; Prof. Hare of tho Unl of Pa.;
Prof. Flnicv Ellingwnod M. I). of Ben-
nett Med. College Chicago; Prof. John
King M. 1).. Into of Cincinnati: Prof.
John M. Scudder. M. 1).. lato of Cincin
nati ; Pror. LMwIn M. Hale. M. D. of
Hahnemann Med. College. Chicago and
(cores of others equally eminent in their
several schools of practice.
Tho ".Golden Meillc.il Discovery" Is the
only medlclno put up for salo tnrough
druggists for llko purposes that has any
such prominimi endorsement worth
moro than any number of ordinary testi-
monials. Open publicity of It formula
on tho bottlo wrapper is tlio best possiblo
guaranty of Its merits. A glance at this
published formula will show that'Golden
Medical Discovery" contains no poison-
ous or harmful ugents and no alcohol
chemically pure triplo-rnUecd giycerino
bclns used Instead. Giycerino Is entirely
unobjectionable and besldos is a most
useful Ingredient In tlio euro of all stom-
ach as ncil as bronchial throat und lung
affections. Thero Is tho hlahest medical
authority for Its use in all such cases.
Tho " Discovery " Is a concentrated glyc-
eric extract of native medicinal roots
and Is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts from eminent
medical authorities endorsing its ingrn-
. dlents mailed free cm request. ' Address.
Dr. RT-V. Pierce Buffalo. N. Y.
Fair weather friends aro the only
kind thnt come In bunches.
Arc jour clothes faded? Use Red Qron
Ball Blue und make them wbito ajaiu
Large 2 or. package 5 cents.
Translated by Bootblack.
General Bingham police commis-
sioner of New York was asked' con-
cerning a report thnt ho had resigned
following a conflict of authority with
tho Are commissioner. General Bing-
ham said ho saw tho report and It re-
minded him of an Italian porverb. Ho
wroto It down and handed It to tho
Incjulrer saying: "GIvo it to tho boot-
black. Ho will trnnsluto It for you."
Tho bootblack after struggling with
It for somo time said that It read:
"Hit Is not Iruo It Is well founded."
Tho Italian which Commissioner Bing-
ham wroto down wus "SI non o ver a.
Refused British Judgeship.
Sir Edward Clurkf the brilliant"
member ot parliament who Is making
his presencO felt by denouncing tho-
ldea of a tax on meal or corn started
ns a Jewelei's assistant in hls.father"ft
store. Now hjsfheorao as a lawyer la.
JIGOiOOO a' year'and he ls'ono'oftho-
few men who. have refused a Judge-
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