The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 2, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THZ LEADJEK QUTHW1K OKLA
TUESDAY JULY 2 1907.
THE LION AND
--( b$ CHARLES KLEIN. - -..--
f Scry of American Life Novelized From the Play by
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COPYRIGHT. (906 DY G. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY.
(Continued from Yearettwiy a Daily.)
"i cnU't ncfp it in any way." blurted
out Jefferson. "I lmve not the slight
est Inllitonce over lilin. Ills business
methods I coimlder disgraceful. Vou
understand that don't you Shirley r
The girl laid hcrrhund on bis rtrra
aud replied kindly:
"Of course JefT we know that.
Come up and Bit down."
He followed her on tho porcb and
drew up a rocker hoaldo Jier.
"They are all out for a walk" sbo
"I'm glad" bo said frankly. "I
wanted n quiet talk with you. I did
not caro to meet any one. My name
must bo odious to your people."
Both wore silent fooling a cortaln
awkwardness. They seemed to linvo
drifted apart In somo way since tboso
delightful days In Paris and on the
ship. Then he said:
''Till going nway but I couldn't go
uutll I sawon."
"You are" going nway?" esclatmod
"Yc" be suld 'I cannot stand ljt any
more at home. I had a hot talk with
my father yesterduy nbotit one thing
und unothor. lie nnd I dnq't rbln well
together. Upsides thh. mnttor of your
father's Impeachment has completely
discouraged me. All the wealth In the
world could Purer reconcile mo to such
methods! I'm ashamed of tho role my
own llesh and blood has played In that
miserable nITnlr. I enft't express what
1 feel about It. Hut what nro you go-
lng to do?" he a&ked. "These sur-
roundlugs nro not for you" Ho
looked around at the cheap furnishings
which he rould see through tho open
window and his face showed real con-
cern. "I shall tench or wrlto or go out nf-
governess" replied Shirley with a
tluge of bitterness. Then smiling sad-
ly she added: "Poverty Is easy. It Is
unmerited disgrace which Is hard."
The young man drew his chair closer
and took hold of the hand that lay In
her lap. She made no resistance.
"Shirley" be .said ''do you remem-
ber that talk' wo 'bad flu the ship? I
asked you to be my whe. You led me
to believe that you were not JudifToreul
to me. ' I auk you again to marry me.
Give me the right to take care of you
and yours I nin the son of the world'e
richest man but I don't want his
money. I have earhed a competence
of my own chough to live on com-
fortably. We will go awny where you
und your father and mother will make
their home with us. Do hot lot the
tdns of the fathers embitter th lives
of the children."
"Mine has not Binned" said Shlrloy
"I wish' I could say the same of
mine" replied Jefferson. "It Is be-
cause the clouds nro dark about you
that I want to coino.Jnto your life to
Tho girl shook her head.
"No Jefferson tho circumstances
make such a marriage impossible.
Your family and everybody else would
Hay that I bad Inveigled you Into It. It
Js oven more Impossible now than 1
thought tt was when I spoke to you on
Emotion stopped her utterance ami
she burled her face In her bands
"Shirley" said Jefferson tenderly
"you nro wrong. If you will not saj
'Yes' now lanhnll go away as I told
jny father I would and onu day I shall
eomo back und then If you are still
aipglo I bhall ask you again to be my
"Von mny not want mo then."
"I atmll always want you" ho whis-
pered hoarsely bunding over her. In
tl(; dim light of ho porch he uw Unit
ber tear stained face was drawn antf
pale. IIo rosc.nud.hu1d out his baud.
'Goodby" hqsuld simply.
"Goodby Jefferson." Hho roo nnd
put her hand in his. "We will always
He raised her hand to bis lips
"Goodby Shirley. Don't forgot me.
I shall como back for you."
IIo went down the porch anil she
wutcbed him go out of tho gule aud
down the roucl until sho could see his
llgure no lugger. Then she turned back
and stink into her chair and burUhig
her foco lu ber handkerchief she gave
way to u torrent of tears which afford
ed sonio rejlof tp tlio weight on ner
heart. I'rosontjy the others returned
from their walk. und sbo told them
about tho vjsitor.
"Mr. Hyder? son. Jefforson. was
here. Wo crossed on the suiue ship. 1
Introduced blm to Judge Stott on thu
The Judge looked surprised but ho
"I hope for his.Jake that ho Is a dif-
ferent man from ids father."
"He is" replied Shirley simply and
nothing more was said.
Two days went by during which
Shirley went on completing tho prepa-
rations iov ner'Vi$it to new York. It
woh arranged that Stott should escort
Iter to tho city. Shortly bofore they
started for the irnln a letter nrrlved
for Shirley. Like the llrst one. It hud
been forwarded by her publlsbeia. It
read as follows:
lllta Shirley drecn:
Dear Madam-l shall bo happy to aea
you at my r3Ifiucj-.Pftb avonue-any
arivrnoon inai you yui muniion. um
vary truly ft-
T ? - ter b.
'. -J. f?n5ptv " .p.. '
"Shtrley vou nro ipniflu "
Shirley smiled in triumpu as unseen
by her father und mothor. sho passed
It ovor to Stott. i3lloat ouco snt down
and wrote. Jill reply:
Mr. John llttrkett Itydert
Dir Sir I am aorry that I am unabl
to comply With your request. I prefer th
Invitation to call at your private re'-
denoe iliouUl come from Mra Hydr.
Youra. oto.. SIItttLBY GHBEtf.
She lnughcd as she showed this to
"He'll wrlto. me again" she aJd
"aud next time his wife will sign the
An hour later she loft Massapunua
for the city.
Wi i i m
THE Hon. Pllzroy Hagley had
every reason tD feel satisfied
. with hlmtelf. Ills affaire de
cotur with tho senator's
daughter was progressing more smooth'
ly than over and nothhir; now seemed
likely to UiterfoiQ - tli his carefully
prepared plans to 'e nu American
heiress. Tho Intervvv Jib Kate Kob-
erts in tho llbrnry bo .Vkwnrdly dls
turbed by Jefferson's unexpected Intru-
sion had been followed by other Inter-
views uuiro secret and more successful
and tho plausible secretary bad con-
trived so well to persuade the girl that
bo really thought the world of her and
that a brilliant future awaited her as
his wife that it was not long before
bo found her In a mood to refuso him
Ilagley urged Immediate marriage.
IIo Insinuated that Jefferson had treat-
ed ber shumofully and that sbo owed It
to herself to show tho world that there
were other men as good as tho one who
had lilted her.. He argued that In view
of life spuntqr being bunt on tho match
with Uydor's son It would be worse
than useloas for blm (Hagley) to make
formal application for her hand so
as he explained tho only thing which
romnlned was a runaway marriage
Confronted with tho fait accompli
Papa ItobortK would bow to tho lno-
Itnble. They could got mnrrled oulotly
In town go nwuy for a short trip and
When the senator bad got ovor his first
disappointment they would bo wel-
comed back with open arms.
Kate listened willingly enough to this
specious reasoning. In her heart sho
was piqued at Jefferson's Indifference
und she was foolish enough to really
bellevo thnt tills marriage with n llrlt-
lsh nobleman twice removed would
bo lu tho nature of a triumph over
him. llosldes tlils project of an olopc-
ment appealed strangely to her frivol-
ous Imagination: It putlior In tho uamo
class as all her favorlto novel horolnes.
And It would bo capital fun.
Moantlmo Senator Iolorts In bliss
ful ignorance of this little plot against
his domestic pence was growing Im-
patient nnd ho approached bis friend
llydor once nioro oh the subject of his
son Jefforson The young man he
Bald had Imjoii back from Ktiropo somo
time. IIo Insisted on knowing what
his nttltudo wns toward his dmightor.
If they were tmgnged to be married
be sail I there should be a public jui-
uouncoiuont of the fact. It was uuful
to him aud a slight to bis daughter to
let matters hang lire In this uiiatifnc-
tory way and ho hinted that both him-
self and his daughter might demand
their pnssporis ftYun the Hyder man-
hIou iiile-r some osplnuatlon were
Ilydur was )n n quandary. He had
pa wJgh tp quarrel with lite utteful
Washington ally. Ho roeognhted the
reusonublouess of his cjumpniliU. Yet
what could he do? Much as ho him-
self dosiiod the marriage his son wan
obstinate aud showed little Inclination
to settle down. He oven hinted nt at-
tractions In another quarter. Ho did
not tell tho senator of his recant Inter-
view with bla son wlnm tho iMlor
made it very plain that tho marriage
could never take place. Jtydur uiiur
had his own ouhoiw for wishing to
temporize. It wns quite iiosslble that
Jefferson might change bis mliul and
abandon hU idea of going abroad uud
ho suggested to tho senator that per-
haps If be tho senator mude tho en-
gagement public through tho newsia-
pern It might have the salutary effect
Of forvlug bis nun's baud.
So a few morning biter there ap-
pWjjd amunif tht Wglety nolo In sev-
erftl o tho Now. YorlTpapers tills para-
1U: - -'- " J...
Tho nlkftKinMit 'is atiliuUiieKl of -Tills
Kattittbta ituiiina onlv ilaugliicr of )Jo
alor IlotK8 of Viionln to JeffBraott
ltyttar son of Mr John Uuikett Ilyder.
Two persons lu Now York hnpinpied
to soo tlie item about tho same time
and both were equally lutPretod r.l-
tbough It nffeited them in a dllTonnt
manner. Ouo was Shirley ltoKsmore
Who had tiinncod to pick up the news-
pajmr at the breakfast tnblo in iier
"So soon?" sho murmured to herself.
Well Why not? Sho could not idanio
Jaffersuii. Ho bad often spoken to her
of this match nrrnngud by bis father
and tboy bad Inughud over l( as it
typical marriage of convenience mod-
eled after tho continental pattern. Jef-
ferson she kuow had never caned Tot
the girl uqr tflken the affair seriously.
Some powerful lnllupnees must have
been nt work to niako JUin siirreiplor
so easily. Hero again sho recouuUed
the masterly hand ot Hyder svnlnr and
nioro than over she wits onger to ir ot
this extraordinary man nud inantv
her strength with his. Her lulnd. In-
deed wob loo full of her father's trou-
bles to grlevo ovor her own however
much alio might hove ben Inclined to
lo so under other circumstances and
all that day sbn did hor best to ban-
ish tho paragraph from her thoughts
Moro limn a week had pasted since
sbo left MtiBMipequn. nnd. what with
corresponding with financiers calling
on editors and publishers every mo
ment of her time had been kept busy.
She had found a quiet and reasonable
priced boarding houso off Washington
squnrc and hare &ott had called sev
oral times to ace her. Iier correspond
enco with Mr. Hyder had now reached
n phuso whbu it was lufpotttbte to in-
vent any further cxciiies fur dohiyiug
tho Interview nskoil for. Ab silo had
foresee ti a day 6r two after her arriv-
al iu town sho bad received a note
from Mrs Hyder asking her to do her
tho honor to call mid s?e bur and Shir
ley after waiting nnothor two days
bad replied making an appointment for
the followltig day at a o'clock. Tbla
wns the samo dny on which the para-
graph concerning the Itydor-Hoberts
ehcngoniont appeared In tho society
chronicles of tho metropolis.
Directly after tho monger mpal which
In New York boarding houses Is dlgnl
fled by ibe nomo of luncheon Shirley
proceeded to got ready for this iKirten-
tous visit to the Hyder mansion. She
was anxious to ipake a fnrombla Im-
presslou on tho lltinucler no she took
somo pains with hor peraoual appear-
ance. In about twenty mlnutos the ear
stopped at the corner ot Seventy-fourth
slreot. Shirley descended nnd with n
quickened pulso wnlked toward the
Hyder mnustoii which she knew wull
There was ono other person In Now
York who that samo morning had read
the newspapor Item regarding the Hy-der-Hoborts
bntrothnl and he did nut
take the matter so calmly ns Shirley
bad done. On tho contrary It had the
effect of putting him Into a violent
rago. This was Jefforson. He wor
worklug In his studio when he rend It
nnd Ave minutes later ho wns tearing
uptown to seek tho author ot It. He
understood Its object of course. Tboy
wanted to forco his hunt! to shame
him Into this marriage to so tutnnglo
him with tho girl that uo ytlior alter
native would bo iwsslble to an houorn-
blo man. It wns u despicable trick
and ho had no doubt that his father
was at thu back of.it. So his mind
now wo fully made up. Ho would go
away at once whoro they could not
mnko his lifo n blinton wlUi this odious
marriage which was fust becoailng u
nlghtmnro to him. Ho would close up
his studio nnd lonvo immediately for
Europe. Ho would show Ids father
onco for all that ho was a man aud ox-
pectod to bo tronlod as pvj.
On arriving homo tho llrat poreon be
saw was tho ubiquitous Mr. Hagley.
who stood nt the top of. the first stair-
case giving sofne Jetturs to the butler.
Jefforson cornored blm nt onco hold-
ing out tho newspaper containing tho
"Sny Hagley." ho cried "what dooa
this moan? Is this any ot you.1 doing?"
Tho English secretary gave his em-
ployer's son a hnutjhty stare and then
without deigning to repJy or even 4U
ghiuco at tho nowspuper coiillniiudijilj.
Instructions to the servant:
"Hero JorkiiiB gat stamp for all
those lottors und see ilipy are mailed at
oncp. They ore very jymprtanL"
"Vory gooil sir." Fj
The juau took the letters and disap-
peared while Jetferaon Impatient ro-
pented his question:
"My doing?" sneered Mr. Hagloy.
"Ronlly .Tofferson you go too far. Do
you suppose for ouo Instant thnt I
would condescend to trouble myself
with your affairs?"
Jefforson was In no mood to put up
with Insolence from any one esperinl-
ly from n inn i J whom lie henrtll; ie-
npUiK) so advuueing miuiiciiiitiy lie
"I ipoau wore you In tUe dlharge
of your uienlal-IIke duttoa liiKirm ltd
by my fHthar to semi thnt paragraph
to thu newspflpon regwrdlng my alleg-
ed betrothal to Ml ltoborta? Yea or
Tho mah winced and made a step
backward. There was a gleam lu the
Hyder ey which he knew by export-
enco boiled uo good.
"Heally. Jeffersoiu" ho snld In n more
conciliatory tone MI know nbjaolutely
nothing about the paragraph. TbW la
the first I 4u?ar of It. Why uot oak
I will." replied Jefforsan grimly.
Hi) was turning to go in tho direc-
tion of the llbmry .when Hagley stop-
"You cannot possibly sea him now"
be snld "Sargoant Ellison of tho se-
cret; avrvtee is in Uhth with blm ami
ymir father tpld m nt to di turti iilm
oi any account. H has an -tix-r up
PQjnUueiit ut 3 o'ctcik Altb some wo-
man who. wrjtes book"
goeln that Jhe fi-H-w wn In ear-
1?t JeJtsrsonlldQt rjisjet. He could
see-:.?. rHftf it tJ lafer or oitn ntin
rt ihcto throtth Jd mother. Pro-
reeding iipAtnTrn lie found Mrs. Ilyder
In her room flud In n few energptle
words bo explAltfoAl the ltunlon to
lila mnther. Tliyy hall kmh lm far
with this mntel'tmnkhig hinIhp. be
Bold: bw father was tntnc t 'nfer-
fere with hlfl pergonal liiti. and he
was going to put fl stop in It. Ho
would leave at ontftt for Eurnjie Mra.
Hyder bad nlrpaily heard of Hie project-
tnl trip abroad so tb" nen of thla
sudden depnrtura va' not tb ahock
It might ntUerwIae hn i-n j.
is Jeffnraou went downstair Home
thing white on tbo .cartiet mtrm ted bis
attention. He stooped nnd pit k.-d It
up. It was a letiot'. It wa" In Hnley's
liandwrttlng nm) Jind evidently iweu
tlrnpiml by tlio man to nlmm the !-
rtary bad given it to jxi Hut what
llteiTHted Jefferson int r than any
thing eUe waa thnt.lt m addicxswl
to Miss Kate Koboris. Vndin- ordmnry
clrcuniatnnct'S (i Ktnjf ran-mm would
not hnvo tempted the young iiinn t
read a letter nddrvSieil to nnothor. Put
he was convinced tlptt his father'' sec-
retary was an ndruuturor and If he-
were carrylne on JR intrigue In this
manner it ould h.tvo only one uorn-
Ing. It was his duty to uim'll a rumal
who was using lllO Hyder roof and
name to further his own ends and vic-
timise a girl who. iiltlmuph aophlsti-
catwl ennugli to kuffW belief was tiw
silly to rrallre the rtek she ran nt the
bauds of mi unscrupulous man. Hesi-
tating no lougar Jefforson tore open
the enetope and road:
My Ppaivat Wife TV A Is to He T have
arranirod everything-. Next "eiltK-nilav
Just n woek from toilfty vr wi ' a to ih
liguae of illsori'rt friend of mi. i where
a ininlRter will marry tta Tlo-n w will
ro to city halt and jfat thro'iah the Ipfta)
part of It. Afterward w can rati'h the
4 o'clooi' train for Uuffalo. MpcI me In
the lailles' room at th Kolluml ltouae
.Vetlnewlay mortilna" at It a. m. I will
rome there with n closed cab. Your de.
"Phow!" Jefferaon "Whistled. A cloo
shove this for Sonfttor HolMrts ho
thought. Ilia llrst Impulse was to go
upstairs again to Ida mother anil put
the matter In her Ijiuids. She would
Immediately Inform Ills fattier who
would make short work of Sir. Hagley.
Hut thought Jeffenrou wliy should ho
spoil n good tiling? lie could afford to
wnlt it dny or two. There was no hur-
ry lie could aljjiw jlugley to think nil
was going swimmingly mid then un-
cover tho plot nt the eleventh hour.
Ho would even lot this letter go to
Kujo. Thero was no difficulty In pro-
curing another envelope and Imitating
tho handwriting and when Hagley
"Sni JJtiyUu what iloca this mctmt"
wan Just preparing to go to the rondez
vouh he would rprlug tho trap. Such a
cad dojsorved no mony. The acandol
would be n kuockout blow.' his father
would discharge him on tho spot niul
that would bo the last they would aeu
of the aristocratic liusllHb secretary.
Jefforson put tho letter In his iwckot
and left the houso rujolelng
Whllo the foregoing Incidents wore
happening John Hurkett Hyder was so-
eluded lit bla library. Tho grjflt mail
had come home .curlier tl'jn.n uaiml' for
he had two Important cjjllera to seo by
nppolntpiupt Uiat nfteruoni. Oa was
.Sergeant Hlllgoii who Imd to report on
Ills mission to Massar nua: the otlior
was Mlaa ShtrJay On-en the author of
"The American Octopus.'" Un had at
last deigned to honor him with a. vlalt.
Pending the arrival of tbeaa rlsitors
the financier waa busy with Ids aocre-
tnrj' trying to got rid as rapidly as pot-
alhle of what buHbiexs and correspond-
ence there was on Intiul.
The plutocrat wuk Hitting at his desk
poring ovor a mass of papers. Hetween
hli tooth was the inevitable long black
eljfar and .'hen he Mined Ida eyes to
the light a cImh oltMei ver might have
romarked thnt they were aea green a
color (hay usauiued when the man of
UlllllOIW WgS UOitH-bel hi cdlttiuiltg
new buslnaaa deals Kery now ami
then ho stopped readinK iue papers to
make qulek calctilatioua on crnpn of
pnpar. Thon If tlie fwilt pUmimmI him
u auiUo overspread lot tMtternine feu
turns. Ho rose fim hU chair aud
nervously paced the tloor as ha always
did wban thinking deeply.
"Pive mlllloua" la- muttered "not u
ceut Wore. If tie" won't sell we'll
Mr. Imiiley entared. Mr. Hyder look
ed up quickly.
"Wall nugky?" be aald Interroga-
tively. IIaa Sergeiiut Ellison eotue?"
"Yw sir. Hut li Htirta la down-
Btaln. lbs Insist uii xeelug you aliout
tbo PhiladoltihlM gao doMi. Hu aaya it
la a mntler of life and death "
"To him y" aiwerud the flnan-
rter dryly. "Let bun cwiim up. We
rnljtht ns avoII havo it out now."
Mr Hagley went our aud returned al-
most Immedftiteiy. r.n.wml Ity t short
fat mar; ri.Mr huii lreiHel ami ap-
OlilWtlc In upjMmniiji-e He looketl like
a pHM-iwrotii brew j i wbij us a mat-
ter of fact he was pretldent of u gan
cmnjiany one of the alirowdeat promot-
er In tlje country aJ big nmn lu
Wall &rt. Tiieye wqs g& oiut hlp-
tfffr "Jtiirit firm Tlint Was -.rtBtn ityf.
Hut today Mr. Hetls was not In goujl
eondltloii. Ilia face was pnle ntid irtt
maimer tlustetetl and nervous. He was
"Mr. Hyder" be liegnn with oxeltcd
gesture "the terms you offer are pre-
pimreroni. It Would mean dlnnater to
tho atoekholdera. Our khs properties
are worth six tluies tliat amount. We
will aell out for ?J0.0(ioi(()O not n cent
Hyder altrngRttil 111 shoulders.
rITerts." ho repllwl eooiiy MI am
y flHiay aun in no mo'Hi tor argu
ing. We'll cither buy you out or fr.oo
you out. Chmww You hove our t.ffer.
Irive lnlllloim for your gas property
Will you take It?
"We'll see yon In tophot tirt!" cried
his visitor exHaperflted.
"Very well" replied ltydcr f III nu
ruflled. "all lipgotltttloiis ore off. V'ioi
leave me freo to act. We liiuo no
offer to Imy cJutflp the old Oerumtitow n
flaa coiapaiiy. which bla elmrter rlahN
to go Into any of the streets of Pbll.i
delphhi. We shall purchase Hint com-
pany we will pnt $lofKioo0O now cap
ltnl Into It and reduce the prleo of ga
In Philadelphia to GO cents a thousand.
Where will you lie their''
The fnco of the Colossus as ho ut
tered this Htitnd and deliver speech
was culm and lpscrutable. Coiuh-Ious
of the reslstlese j ower of bis untold
llitllloiiH bo felt uo more compunction
In mercilessly crusomg this huwluaaa
rival than ho would In trampling out
.he life of n worm. The little man fac-
ing hlui looked haggard and distressed.
Ho know well thrit Oils was no- Idle
threat no wns well aware that Hy-
der and his itMoclfiteS hy the MUeer
weight of tho euariuous wealth they
cpntrollod could sail out or destroy any
lnduatrlnl corjonilIon Jn the land it
wus plainly iljogul but It wns done ev-
ery tiny and Ida company wns not the
llrst victim nor the last. Dopcrati. he
upponlod humbly to the tyrauulcnl
"Don't drive us to the wall Mr. Hy-
der. This forced sale will menu dis-
aster to uh all. Put yourself In our
pkica; think whnt It means to scores
of families whoso only support is the
Income from their Investment lu our
"Mr. Horta" replied Ryder unmoved.
"I never allow sentiment to Interfere
with bualnesa. You Jutvo hoard my
terms. I refuse lo argue the mutter
'm-tlicr. Whnt Is It lo bo? Vivo mil-
lions or competition? Decide now or
this lntoi'ylow must and!"
Ho took out his watch and with Jils
other hand touched n boll ltonds of
perspiration stood on his visitor's fore-
hand. In )i yolco Jirokon jyjth sup-
pressed emotion ho snld hoarsely:
"You're hnrd. pinions innn John
Hyder! So ho It ilvo millions. I don't
know what they'll say. I don't dare
return to them."
"Those nro my terms" 6rdd Hyder
coldly. "Tho import" ho added "will
be ready for yqur alguaturo tomorrow
at this ttuuj and V) have n ehuglc ready
for tho en tiro amount. Good ditj."
Mr. Hagley Pillared. Hyder bowed to
Herts who slowly retired. AVhon tho
door had closed on hliu Hyder went
back to his desk n audio of triumph
on his fnco. Then bu turned to his
"Let Sergonnt HlllBon come up" ho
A moment Inter tho door opened nnd
Sorgennt Elllaon entered followed by
lua secretary who utmost Immediately
"Weil sergeuul" said Mr. Hydur cor-
dially "what hnvu you to tell mo? I
can glvo yon only a few minute. I ox-pe-t
n lady friend of yours."
The plutocrat semallnioa condescend-
ed to bo Jocular wltji hta subordinate.
"A lady friend ot itiluu sir?" echoed
tlie man puw.lod.
"Yos Miss Shirley Greon tho au
thor" replied tho financier onjoylng
tho dateeUre'H einhDrrnaniont "That
HUggeatlpji of yours wyrked out all
right. She's coming hare today."
T'm glad yon'vo found her sir."
"It was n tough Job" -answered
Ilyder with a grimace. "W wrotu
Iier hnjf.ii dozen tlmus boforo she was
stiltBilfld with the wording of thu luvl-
tntlou but finally wo landed hor nud I
exueot l(pr ut it o'clock Now what
hhotit llmt Jtoaamoro girl? Did you go
"Yes air I havo boon thoro half it
dozen tlmea. In fact. I've Just come
from there. Judge Hoaemore Is tlfere.
all right but lila daughter baa left
for parte unknown."
"Gone nway! Where?" exclaimed
Thie was what ho dreaded. As long
as he could keep bla eye ou tlie glii
thero was little danger of Jeftersun
makliiK a fool of himself; with her ills
appeared everything wax iioiedhlc.
"I could not find out lr. Their
nelnhlH)r don't know much uUoit
them. They auy tln''re liaiiKhtv uud
lurk up. The only one I cpuhl get
any th I uk out of was a psinon uauued
Uetitle. He aald it waa u aad case
that they bad reverse ami a duuxbter
who wus in Pari"
"Yea yes" said Hyder Impatiently
"we kuow all that Hut where's the
"Kearch me sir. I even tried to
pump the Mlavey. Gee what a vixen!
tfhe nUiioMt Hew nt me. Hhu said she
iltdn't know aud dldu't care."
J( vdr brought bia tint down With
fi rce on Ida deak a lrh-k ho bad when
be wiKlieil to empliasK(- a olut
"Sergefiut I don t like tb mysleri-
ous dUappearnnce of that girl. You
miiat find her do Jou hear? You inuat
find her if It t?kea all the sleuths In
the country. Had my aim been seen
"Tim iiaraoit said ho saw u young fol
low ailBWcrtyg his de nptlun Hilling
ou tlie (torch of 11h ltoaaioore cottage
tbo evening tMfforv 4he girl disappear-
ed but be didn't know who ho was end
Ijuairt jjiMMi.hliii ajnee "
(To be Continued.)
lletiable Hellef for Eyes That Need
Uuro Murine Kyo Heinudy Hoothyn;
Doesn't Smart. Ak your I)rugglt.
7hcs movers have j record iff
"jf inw.wt iiiwig wy-iiiuy jvr icfaif3.
Cost leu per ?ar than any other machine
Made in the fargest lawn Mower
v . .- -i-
a u'(tii -UWJ3P3 of myiiu
j jdciurc poswsca Dy nc
We ten 'ineiv mower
v. jiu biiQc iiiuvvfr.- onu wuuiu nm- i-u C?iMaV
explain a couple of poinfs to you before iw!HH.uP
you buy ebewiere. DF?PP IN AND SEE U3.BWWv
HIRSCHI & KNEBE
111-113 West Harrison
i . ......
MtimlitMlH nt pi'op'o joarlv go
through intlnful oporntlon nocdlcahly.
because uiey pevor tilod Man JCnii
l'lle itemedy It la put up In audi it
form that It can be nppllud right whore
die trouble linn. It relievo tho pain
and In liillnmutiUlon. It la far uny
rorm of iitiaM. IMoo GOo. Sold by J.
doing to wed? Yea w- can Rx you.
Ilavo tho ftit nil tiro nud all tho flttlngs.
l'ulleraoti l'nnittnro Co.
Dingy wftlla? No neod of 'am. Wull
papw pnttenia tbla aep;.: are awnn-
ger. At Grny'a 120 Itaat Oklahoma.
You will need a new Hotel Register
eoon.. We have them In stock.
A nenrstcr with 210 panes $3.00
A Register with 400 pages $5.75.
Neatly hound and printed.
Address The DAILY LEADER.
(Hy Aaaoclntad I'roBH.)
Carthago Mo. July 2.--WIM1 a re-cord-breaklug
HttBiHlnnre for aiinpon-
ing day Um aJiwontli animal aaaombly
of the Carthage ohaauiift wna fipon-
pd today to continue until Joly 11-
The attendnuo Include viattora from
yartoua purl of lllaaoiirl Kunaua and
The program Uila ytu I anno of nu-
uamil tfxoi-lloiire tlfo apeakora and
loclurwa includliiK WlltlRiu .1. Hryttn
.anvqnior Ilonh of Kamwa lloiigrtaa-
Inail J. Adiim Hode of Mliiiienolii und
ISvyn Hadlwln the Arctic explorer
The hittra and .ilins of Iuhi-cM I. hi
HUiibui'ii. cuih bin us and lniilwh at"
ieliied id once Willi l'lucxiilve I'm
boli.d. Actx like ;i poiillU.'. aiol
iliiiH; out InllaiMimiliou. Tiy It I'i W
ZU: H.d l J N WAIdiACI'I
Try a pair of my Men's $3 00 or
$J.OO ahoss or Oxfords. Roblnton'a.
H.ive yoi beard wliy tlie cornel
u 1 lined HillIKH ti. 1. H lie-) li id the
!iri-l. He In kIviiiu it lip 11 M Kte.lt
l'hoiio him. No .!i Hi I las.
To tho Victor beionga th beat
goods. We'ie ln Ks iiiiuii 111 l w;iy
t'omu in. t '01 in 1 1 .1 & liaiiihon.
peur when ll.nl'
me iihi il '1 lii I
the rtloiiim h - m
1 on 0!;iallori iIih.ii
I. nil. I u IMIh
i 1 he H lem cli uh
1 aken ix riibloii
ull !he l.i i i .11 w. 11 They uie l"i
tho cuilie family. Mold b J. N
WEST VIROINIA DAY
IHy Associated PreaB.)
Nmfulb. a . Jul -i. I Ub b.' 1
Virginia day ul the epoiUuJi aud il
lots from lhi( rtai eie ni'ich in evl
deuce :iUhU ii'o louinlh und bulltlliiKn
Uxor Isen iipiopn.te to the occasion
were held In the uidltti hliu. Si-oil i
Hlepllell II rilvllM IM'ftlldilllC The
Npegl 1 1 110 Midi it !oet'loi kH-.nli
o tVt! Yukiuu. G'eiui ywiiiijoji
of Ylitfinbi and I'roaldeut Tickci of
Alioltlei feature of the piOKralll
WiiH the formal opening of tho We4
YllKinia KUIe I'lilillliK one of tdje
tiiiiit -1 iliij.tnlnil Jiul (inactive of lilt
$l lie bujldlnn .! the ejsr mil The
biriiciiirt- I-' 1 101Ui.1l In ni)- and
fliipjea place ut proiniueucjB uu the
from IS lolO ydri
received the rwjhest
awards from the only
f'TH MEN WHO
- t. PUSH IT
Sv... .. UJ-. iw. b
D BLIVBRBD -SBBE
10 Cen s
boulevard overlooking. Hampton Roads
Ajuong tho rcltCB 'df 'caldnlM tltnoH
dlHplnycd In Uit building lu tho map
ijaod by Quqorrtl Vbflhihgton tin tho
journov to tho rrenrft on thn miner
Ohio In 17T.U. Anothor feature of tho
oxlillilt uhows tho homo llfu or tlto
plonoera or WijhI Virginia.
Do you ronlly enjoy what you eat?1
Doea your food Itmto good? I)o you
fool hungry and want mora? Or do
you huvo a Iwiavy. dull faollng after
tneula our atomaoh. helolilug. gas on
the alnniach bad bronflj liidlgosttort
and dyapepa'-j? if W) you ghcnld tako
1 little KodoJ nrtor nej nioal. Kodol
will uourlflh nnd strengthoii your ill
geatlvo orgnns and furntah tho natural
dlgfistlvc. Julcea Tor your atomach It
will make you woll. it will niako your
food dn you good. Turn your fhid
Into good rloli blood. IOuIol tllgeatft
wltnt yon eat. Sold by V. IL Ilnnfra.
For froal country buitrr and oggs
atiil nil Muds of vegotnldos cull oa
0ii9 Andoraon. coinor DIvlaton una
I''qr try mlBaiou furnlturo? Tho
boat nindo; most stylish. Our lino
Of gOlllla la mil to date. lMimtnj HLln.
Oolng to paint llatn is over.' Suni-
mor la lioro. Tho Mneolii paipta
aUnd tlio taata. Arkananu I.iitiihor
ARE YOU FROM UUFFALO?
Kdllor I'ader: Wilt Jim kindly ask
hiicIi of yn rendem hb in- former
lesllli'lltH Id Hufftllo. N Y . 1(1 Send
their HfiliifH und gddt 1.. Jje Old
IlilMe Week t'OIIllllltU-H ill oider to
receive soinenlr (iivl.atiotii tri t)ld
Home Weelv ill Hllff.llo which will
lie Iioiii Ke)limlier Jut lo tio' 7lh iti
elusive? Hy ho doing yon U pientlv
ubligtt I he coiniIUe. TOJti - liueei
ly .latuen V Dreeue CtriiniMji l'uu-
$100 Reward $100
The readem of thif pij.i 1 will bo
pleased ti l.u i) thai n t i
Olio dieudiil iliHihi' Hi. it 1 . e ha-
hetm able to cure 1 1 .iM 1 ' tcija afld
tliat ia Catanh H.1.1 t 1 nt Cum.
Ih the only lionise cim mo-v iinmiit
Mie medical fi.neiiiliy t'u.n.1 huuk
coiiHllliitioiuil ilma1 rejiii.-s 4 eon
stitutloiiul tr.'.uinent ll.ill -. ut4iilx
cure lu tkeii intwntnlly. .irnng di
reetly upon tlm bbaid uiei mucinuH
airfare of ih. astem thmehy Je
atroylng the foiUatlon idL Uhe (laaan).
and givin ilu iHitU'iir 'siieuajth hv
buildinK up 1 hi' constlUMio. and as.iii
lug nature to do (is woii rhft mo.
prletetii have ui much fafth In us cm 4
tlve power that they offi 1 )n Hun
dred lkiilara for any mo ihat It fall
lo cure Hewi tftr Hat of tenUmoHiali.
V T fHKNHY & Co. I'.leJo O.
Sold hv IliucglatH. 7'-
TaiM 11 in Huully I'lii f.o (XinaM-
Summer aauaage an-l ne boat
Hieata In the elly We if. . r nvo
naople Btar Mint Mmi & Gro-
cery phone 4C3L
Did mti twig the t rl TI10
paiiies ttrS m um "f -I" 1 a rigs.
"AaU tlu nau."
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