The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, July 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LION AND
. By CHARLES KLEIN. . .
A Story of American Life Novelized From the Play by
ARTHUR HORNBLOIF. '
COPYRIGHT. 1906 nY G.
(Continued fromYoarcseray a Dally.)
""Kothlhg nothing! bTio refilled In n
hoarse whisper. "I pricked myself
with n pin. Don't mind mo."
She had Just crime across hoc fath-
er's missing letters which had Rot
mixed up evidently without Ryder's
knowledge In the mass of papers ho
lind handed her. Prepared ns she was
to find the letters somewhere In the
house &ho never dreamed that fr.te
would put them so easily and so quick-
ly Into her hands; the suddenness of
thottf appearance and the sight of her
father's familiar signature affected her
almost like a shock. Now she had
them she must not let them go again;
yet how could she keep them uuoli-
Eerved? Could slio conceal them?
"Would he miss them? She tried to slip
thun In her bosom while Ilyder was
busy nt the phone hut he suddenly
glanced In her direction and canght her
eye. Bho still held the letlers In her
hund which shook from nervousness
but he noticed nothing and went on
speaking through the phone:
"Hello Jefferson boy! You want to
K06 inc. Can you wait till I'm through?
I've got n lady here. Going a way?
Nonsense! Determined eh? Well I
can't keop jou here If you've made up
your mind. You want to say goodby.
Come up in about five minutos nud I'll
introduce you to n very Interesting per-
son." He laughed and hung up the receiver.
Shirley was all unstrung trying to
ovarcome the clnotlati which her dis-
covery had caused her and In n
strangely altered voice the' result of
tho nervous strain silo was under she
"You want mo to como hero?"
She looked up from the letters she
was reading across to Hyder. Tho was
standing watching Iter ofe Je otlior
Bide of the desk. He caught tier glailco
and. leaning ovei to take some manu-
script he said:
"Yes I don't want these papers to
His eye suddenly rested on the letters
sho wns holding. He stopped short
and reaching forward he tried to snatch
them from her.
"What have you got there?" he ex-
llo took the letters and sho made no
resistance. It would bo folly to force
the Issue now she thought. Another
opportunity would present Itself. Hy-
der locked tho letters up very carefully
iu the drawer on the lofthand sldo of
Ids desk muttering to himself rather
thou speaking to Shirley:
"How ns earth did they get nmong
my other papeis?"
"From Judge ltossmore wero they
not?" said Shirley boldly.
"How did you know It was Judge
ltossmore?" demanded Hydor susph
clously. "I didn't know that his nomo
had been mentioned."
"I saw his slgnntnro." she sold sim-
ply. Then sho added "He's the father
of tho girl you don't like. Isn't ho?"
"Yes. he's the"
A cloud enmo over the Ilnnnclcr's
face. His eyes darkened his Jaws
snapped and he clinched Ills (1st.
"How jou must hate him!" said Shir-
ley Mho observed tho change.
"Xot nt nil" replied Itydor recover-
ing his self possession and sunvity of
manner. "I dUngrec with his polities
and his methods but I know very llt-
tlo about him except that ho is about
to bo removed from olllce."
"About to lie?" echoed Shirley. "So
tils fate is decided even before ho is
tried?" Tho girl laughed bitterly.
"Yes" sho went on "some of tho news-
papers nro beginning to think vi Is In-
nocent of the things of which lie Is ac-
cused" "Do they?" said Itydor Indifferently.
"ies" she persisted "most piioplo
are on his side."
She planted her elbows on tho desk
iu front of hur and looking him square-
ly In the face she asked him point
"Whose side are you on really and
Ilyder winced. What right had this
woman n stranger both to Judge ltoss-
more and hlmsolf to come here and
catechise him? Ho restrained bis im-
patience with dlflleulty as ho replied:
"Whose side am I on? Oh I don't
know that I am on nnv side. I don't
know that I give It much diought. 1"
"Do .on think this man deserves to
be punished?" she demanded.
She had resumed her seat nt tho desk
and partly regained hor solf possession.
"Why do you ask? What Is your In-
terest In this matter?"
"I don't know" she replied ovaslvo-
Jy. "Ills case intorestH me that's nil.
It's rather romantic. Your son Iovoh
this man's daughter. He Is In disgrace
many seem to think unjustly." Ilor
voice trembled with emotion as sho
continued: "I have heard from ono
eourco or another you know I nm ac-
quainted with n number of newspaper
iceuI have bevurd that life no longer
has any lutety fpr him that ho is not
quly dlsgntCv-t? r gsied that ho is
pining away slowly djlng of u broken
beart that ids wife and daughter are
w despair. Tell me do you think ho
deserves such a fate?"
Ilyder remained thoughtful a mo-
went and then he replied:
"No I do notno"
Thinking that Mm had touched his
sympathies Hhlrjey followed up her
"Oh then why uot jouie to his rescue
-you who. are 60 rich sojiqverful;
"i 1 '
W. DILLINGHAM COMr T- t.
'-'- - "'- -tss.
"IFiul ln; umt i.'i' thcrtT"
jo.f-.n .rif tirct i"..siM.t-3 nt jus-
tice at your will save this innn from
liumillnilou mid disgrace!"
Itydor shrugged his shoulders and
his face expressed weariness" nn If the
subject had begun to bore him.
"My dear girl you don't understand.
His remotnl Is n oiwiiry."
SJlilrloy's face became set and hard.
There was n contemptuoirs ring to her
words ns she retorted:
"Yet you admit that he tuny bo inno-
cent!" "ISven If I knew It ns a fnct I eourt
"Do you menu to say thnt If you had
positive proof-?" She pointed to tho
drawer In the dpsk where he had
placed the lotions. "If you had absolute-
proof In that drawer for instance
wouldn't you help him then?"
Hyder's fnce grow cola and Inseru-
table: he now wore his fighting mask.
"Not even it I had the absolute proof
In that drawer!" ho snapped viciously.
"Have you absolute proof In that
drawer?" she demanded.
''1 repeat thnt even If I had I could
not exposo the nfun who huvo been my
friend-- It's noblesse oblige iu politics
ns well as In society you know."
He smiled ngalu at hor us If lie had
recovoted his good humor after their
sharp passages at aims.
"Oh It's polities! That's what tho
papers Bald. And yon bellove him In-
nocent. Well you must have some
grounds for yttr holler."
"You said that ovm If you had tho
proofs you Could not produce them
without sacrlllehig your friends show-
ing that your friends are interested in
having this man put off tho bench"
Sho slopped and burst Into hysterical
laughter. "Oh I think you're having
a Joke ut my expense" sho vont on
'Just to see bow far you can lead me.
I daresay Judfto ltossmore deserves nil
he gets. Oh yes I'm sure ho deserves
It" She rose and w.slked to tho other
side of tho room to conceal her emo-
tion. Hyder watched her curiously.
"My dear young lady how you tako
this matter to heart!"
"Please forgive mo" laughed Shir-
ley anil averting her face to conceal
the fact that her eyes wero filled with
tears. "It's my artistic temperament
I suppose. It's always getting mo Into
trouble. It appenled.so strongly to nly
sympathies this story oiThopeless love
between two young people with the
father of tho girl hounded by corrupt
pollllclans and unscrupulous financiers.
It wns too much for me. Ah nh I
forgot where I was!"
She loaned against n chair sick and
faint from nervousness hor whole body
trembling. At that moment there was
n knock at tho 'Ibrnry door and Jef-
ferson Ilyder appeared. Not seeing
Shirley whose back wan toward him
ho advanced to greet his father.
"You told me to come up In five min-
utos" he snld. "I Just wanted to
"Miss Oroen" said Ilyder senior ad-
dressing Shirley nud ignoring whatever
It wns that the young man wnutod to
6g "tills is my son uoiTorson. Jeff
this is Mlw Green."
Jefferson looked in the direction Indi-
cated and stood as If routed to the
Iloor. He was so surprised that he was
struck dumb. Filially recovering him-
self he exclaimed: "
"Yob Shirley Greon tho author" ex-
plained Itydor Konlor not noticing the
note of familiar recognition In hU ex-
clamation. Shirley ndvanccd and holding out
hor IiaiiU to Jefferson suld demurelj :
"I nm very pleased to meet you Mr.
Hyder." Then quickly In an undertone
sho nddod: "He careful. Dou't betray
Jofforson was so astounded that ho
dm not see the outstretched hand. All
he could do was to stand nud stare
first nt her and then at bis father.
"Why don't you shake hands with
her?" said Hyder senior. ''She won't
bite you." Theu'hc added: "MJss Green
Is going to do some literary work for
mo so wo shall aw a great deal of bar.
It'n too bad you're going away." He
chuckled at his own pleasantry.
"Father" blurted out Jefferson "I
1 came to say that I've changed my
ndn'd. You did not wautjne to gfy und
I feel I ought to do something to pleustt
nmott ooy said Hyder pleased.
"Now you'ic talking common sense."
He turned to Shirley who was getting
ready to make her departure. "Well.
Mlsrf Green we Way consider the limt-
tur settled. Yott undertake the work
nt the price I named and llulsh It as
eiwii ns you can. Of course you will
have to consult me a good deal as you
go along bo 1 think It would be better
for you to come and stay here while
tile work Is progressing. Sirs. Hyder
milt Rife you a suit of rooms to your-
self where you will be if rtlsturlted.
and you wfll hnvp nil your material
elefle at hand. What do you say?"
Shirley was silent or n moment.
She looked first at Hjder and then at
his son nud from them her glance
went to the little drawer on the left
hand side of the desk. Then she said
"As you think best Mr. Hyder. I am
quite willing to do the work here."
Hyder senior cavorted her to tho top
of tho landing and watched her us she
passed down the grand staircase ush-
ered by the gorgeously uniformed jun-
kies to the front door and the street.
CHAPTKH Xi t
f HIllLKY enter jii her now
IW duties lu the Hyder househuid
LM two days later. She had re-
turned to her rooms the even-
ing of bar meeting with the financier
In n state iKinjerlug upon hysteria. The
day's events had leen so extraordinary
thnt It seemed to her Wicy could not be
real and that she must be lu a dream.
Tho car ride to Seventy-fourth street
tho Interview in the library the dis-
covery or her father's letters the offer
lo wilto the biography and what to
her wns still more Important the Invl
tntlnn to go and llvo in the Hyder home
all these incidents Were so rcnmrUu
blc nud utmsual that It was only with
dllllcully that the girl persuaded her-
self that they wero not llgmontH of a
Hut It was nil true enough. The next
morning's mail brought a letter from
Mrs Hjder who wrote to the effect
thnt Mr. Hyder would like the work to
begJuliH oucp and adding that n suit of
rooms would be x'ondy for hor the fol-
lowing nfternOOii" Shirley did not lies
Itftte. Mvery thing was to bo gained bj
mnklng the Hyder residence her head
quarters hor father's very life depend-
ing upon the successful outcome of hei
present mission and this unhoped for
opportunity prnellcnily insured suc-
cess. She immediately wrote to Massa-
poqua. One letter was to her mother
saying that sho wn$ extending her vis
it beyond tho time originally planned.
The other letter wns to Stott. She told
him all nbout the Interview with Hy
der Informed him of the discovery of
the letups and after explaining the nu-
tuio of the woik offered to her said
that her address for the next few
weeks would bo In enro of John Uur-
kott Hyder. All wiib going better than
sho had dared to hope. Kvcrythlng
seemed to favor tholr plan. Her flrst
step of course -while In tho Hydor
homo would be to securo possosslou of
her father's letters and these she
would dtsjifffch at ouco to Massspefiua
po they could bo laid before the senate
So aftor settling accounts with her
landlady and packing up her few be-
longings Shirley lost no time lu trans-
ferring herself to tho more luxurious
quarters provided for her In the $10
000000 mnnslon uptown.
At tho Hydor house sho was received
cordlnlly and Willi every mark of con-
sideration. T o housekeeper came
down to tho main hull to greet her
when sho nrrlvod and escorted her to
the suit of rooms comprising a small
working llbjnqr a bedroom simply
but daintily furnished lu pink and
white and a private bn'uroom which
had been specially prepaid lr her
convenience and comfort and here
presently sho was joined by Mrs. Hy-
der. "Donr me" exclaimed Ihe financier's
Wife staring' curiously at Shirley
"what a young girl you are to have
inade such n itlr with a book! How
did you do It? I'm sure I couldn't.
It's us much as I can do t write a
letlor and half tho time th.'t's not
"Oh It wasn't so hard!" laughed
Shirley. "It was tho sublect tint ap-
pealed rather than any special skill of
mine. Tku trusts and their misdeeds
ire tho favorite topics of the hour.
Tho whole country Is talking about
nothing else. My book csme nt the
right time that's nil."
Although "Tho American Octopus"
wns a dlroct attack ou her own hus-
band Mrs. Hyder secretly admired this
young woman who had dared to speak
a few blunt truths. It was a courage
which alas she had always lucked her
self but thero was a certain satisfac-
tion iu knowing there were women In
tho world not entirely cowed by tho
"I Iibvo always wanted n daughter."
went on Mrs. Hyder becoming confi-
dential whllo Shirley lecmned her
things and made herself at home.
"Girls of your age are so companiona-
ble." Tlwn abruptly ho nsked "Do
your parents llvo In New York?"
Shirley's fnce Hushed and she stoop-
ed over her trunk to hide Iwr embar-
rassment. "No not nt present" she answered
evasively. "My mother and father are
in the country."
She was afraid thnt more question
of n icrsoiisl nature would follow hut
apporently Mrs. Ilyder was riot In an
lnqulsltlvo mood for he naked noth-
ing further Sho anjj stdil: '
"I hare a son but I don't see rorich
of him. You must most my Jefferson
llo Is such a nice boy."
Shirley tried to look unconcerned as
"I tuet hint yesterday. Mr. Hyder
Introduced him to me"
"Poor lud! Ho hss his troubles too"
went on Mrs. Hyder "He's lu lov
with a girl hut his father wants biiu
to marry pome oue eha- They're quar-
reling over It hU the time."
"Partjiyj shouldn't interfere In mat-
LEADga GHrtlE. OKLA.
..-. 111! M1- nil 1
... 1 "flf
"ll'7iat a vomih; girt yow jt to have
made suoh u ttir'"
tVrs ot tut?- neartT" Juu wnniey de-
cisively. "Whit 1b rnoiv serious then
the c!;wo.-ing of n llfo compunion and
who n- better entitled to mske a fre
selection than thejr Who are going to
spend the rest of tliolr days together?
Of course It is a father's duty to give
his sou the benefit Qt his riper experi-
ence but to Insist oti n marriage tmsed
only on business I'lter'Htts W little less
than a crime. There are considera-
tions more important If the union Is to
bo n happy or a lastlug one The chief
thing is that the man should feel ren1
attachment for tho woman he ninrricn
Two people who are to live together bh
man and wife must lie compatible in
tastes and temper. You cannot mix
oil and water. It Is these selOMi mnr-
rlngeH which keep otir divorce courts
busy. Money alone won't buy happi-
ness lu marriage."
"No" sighed Mrs. ilyder. "No ono
knows that better tbnti I."
The ilnancler's wlfo wns already
most favorably Impressed with her
guest sud sho chatted on as If she had
known Mutrlsy for years. It was rare-
ly that she had heard so young n wom-
an express such common sense views
and tho more she tallied with her the
less surprised she was thnt she wns
the author of n mufch discussed book.
Finally thinking that Shirley might
prefer to be alone sho rose to go. bid-
ding her make herself thoroughly at
homo and to ling for anything she
might wish. A maid )md been assign-
ed to look exclusively after her wonts
and she could hnvo hor meals served lu
her room or else huvVthem with the
family as she liked Hut Shirley not
caring to encounter fr. Hyder's cold
searching stare more ofteu thnu neces-
sary said she would prefer to tako her
heft to hersolf Shlrfoy settled down
to work iu onniost. Mr. Hydor had
Rent to her room all the material for
the biography and soon she was com-
pletely absorbed lu tho task of sorting
und arranging letters Huiklng extracts
from records compiling data oic lay-
ing the foundations fr the Important
bonk she was to write. She wondered
what they would call It nud she smiled
as a peculiarly appropriate title Hash-
ed through her mind- 'The History of
a Crime." Yet she thought they could
hardly infringe on Victor Hugo. Per
haps the best title whs the simplest
"Tlie History of the Kmplre Trading
Company. " Kverv one would under-
stand that It told the story of John
Hurkett Hyder's remarkable career
from his eariiuitt beginnings to the
present time. She worked feverishly
a" that evening getting the material
Into shape and the following day
found her early at her desk. No one
disturbed her and she wrote steadily
on until noon Mrs. Hvder only once
putting her head In the door to wish
her good niornUig.
After luncheon Shirley decided that
tne weather was too glorious to remain
Indoors. Her health must not be jeop-
ardised even to advance tho Interests
of the Colossus so she put ou her hnt
and left the house to go for n walk.
Tho air smelted sweet to her after ho-
lug confined so long Indoors and sho
walked with a more elnstte and buoy-
tint step than sho had hi bur return
home. Turning down Fifth nrwipo
sho entered the park .it Sovnjjty-sepond
stteet fallowing the p-ithU'sv until sho
came to the bend lu the driveway op-
posite the Casino. Tl park was al-
most desertod at that liour and there
was a delightful sense of xahtude and
a sweet scant of new mown hay from
the freshly cut lawn She found an
empty bench well blinded by an over-
spreading tree and wit down grate-
ful for the lvst and quiet.
She wondered what Jefferson thought
of hvr action iu coining to his father's
house practically in disguise and un-
der an niMumed niiuu She must se
him at once for lu him lay her hope of
obtaining posseimU.i -f the letters.
Certainly she felt no delicacy or com-
punction in askleg .! M'ersou to do her
this t err lee. The h tiers belonged to
her father and they v '-re lining wrong-
fully withheld with Hi" deliberata par-
IKise of (I.iIiik him mi injury. Mm hud
a moral if not a le-ii tight to recover
the tetters tyi any itiat site could.
She. was so deeply eiigmsuicd in her
thoughts tb.at she lu 1 not noticed n
huiiMoiu cab which sii Ideuly drew up
with a Jerk at the iirb opiHislte her
Ikim i. A man Jmn l out. It was Jef
'Hello Sbhli-y." he cried gujly
"Who would ha'.e ej . i td to find jnil
rusticating on beu h here? I pictured
jou grinding away at home doing lit
ersry stuuto for tin- governor." He
grinned and then sddint "Come for n
drive I want to talk t you."
Shirley demurred nhe could not
spare the i. . Vet sh thought U
horwlf. 'jy was not tliui n god op-
portunity to explain to Jefferson how
lie came to final Iter In his father's li-
brary masquerading under another
name and also to auk him to secure the
letters for her? While she pondered
Jefferson insbdoij od a few ujlujitei
FRIDAY JULY 6. 1907.
ni-e.' sne rdtjod -tieseit anting rcfi
hlhi In the cab. They started off at n
brisk pace Shirley silting with her
li&nd bnek enjoying the strong bteeio
enured hy the rapid motion.
"Now tell mi'." he snld. "what doj&s
It nil meau' I wns so startled at se
Ing you In tho llbr.iry the other day
thnt I almost betrayed you. How did
you come to call on father?"
ltrleilv Shirley explained evprythlug
She told him how Mr. tlyiler had writ-
ten to her asking her to enll snd see
him and how she bad e et 1 1 vised at
this Inst straw In the hope er helping
her father. She told him alxnit the let-
ters explaining how necexsnrr they
were Tor her father's defeuse snd how
fihe had dlseoverpd them Mr Hyder
. )ie said lind sqomed to take a fumy
to her-and had nsked her to remain In
the house ns his guest while she was
compiling his biography and she had
accepted the offer not so much for the
nmeunt of money involved as for the
Splendid opimrtunlly It afforded her to
gain possession of the letlers.
"So that is the mysterious work yo
sjioke of to get those letters 7" snld
"Ye; that Is my mission. 1 was a
secret 1 couldn't tell yon. I couldn't
tell any one. Only Judge Stott knows
He Is nwnre I have found them and Is
hourly expecting to receive them from
me. And low" she said "I wnut youi
His only nuswer wns to grap tighter
the hand she had laid in Ids. She
knew that site would not have to ex
plain the nature of the seivice she
Wanted. Ho understood.
"Where nro tho lettens?" be demand
"In the left hand drawer of your fa-
ther"s desk" she answered.
He was silent for ft few moments
nud then ho snld slinpljit.
"I will get them."
Tho cab by this time had got as far
ns Cloreiuont. and from tho hill sum
mlt they had a splendid view of the
broad sweep of tho mnjostlc Hudson
and the towering walls or the blue
palisades Tho day waB so beautiful
and the air so Invigorating that Jeffer-
son suggested n ramble along the
hanks Of the river. They could leae
'the cab at Chiremont nud drive Imc'
to the city inter. Shirley wns too
grateful to him far his proiulso of co
operation to mnko any further opposl
tton and soon tnoy wero far awny
from beaten highways down on the
hanks of the historic stream picking
flow-ore and laughing merrily like two
truant children bent on n solf made
holiday. Tho place they hftd reaches
wns Just outside the northern bound
arles of Harlem a sylvan spot still un-
spoiled by tho rudo Invasion of the Hat
house builder. Tho laud thickly wood-
ed sloped down sharply to the wa-
ter nnd tho perfect quiet was bmketi
only by the washing of tho tiny surr
against the river bank and tho shrill
notos ofJlio birds lu tho trcos.
Although U was Info In October the
day was warhw and Shirley soon tired
of climbing oyer bramble entangled
verdure. Tho rich gniss underfoot
looked cool and Inviting and the nat-
ural slope of the ground affording an
Ideul resting placo she snt there. w"li
Jefferson stretched out nt her feet rolh
watching Idly tho dancing waters of
the broad Hudson spangled with
gleams or light as they swept swiftly
by on their journey to tho sen.
"Shirley" said Jefferson suddenly
"I HiipiKise you saw that ridiculous
story nbout my alleged engagement to
Miss Hoberts. I hope you understood
that It was dono without my consent."
"If I did not guess It Jeff" she an-
swered "your assurance would be suf-
ilclent. Itesides" sho added "what
right have I to object?"
"Hut I want you to hrtrjnho right"
he replied earnestly. "I'm going to
stop tills Hoberts nonsense In a way
my father hardly anticipates. I'm jum
waiting a chsneo to talk to him. I'll
show him tho absurdity of announcing
mo ougnged to a girl who Is about to
olopo with his private secretary!"
"Hlopo with the secretary!" exclaim-
Jofforsoit fold nil about the letter he
had found on the staircase and tho
non Plbjroy Ilngley's plnns for a run-
away marriage with the senator's
"It''n Silsend to tne" ho said glee-
fully. "Their plan Ib to got man led
next "Wednesday. I'll see my father on
Tuesday. I'll put the evidence In his
hands and I don't think" he added
grimly "he'll Isilher me any mute
about Miss Hoberts."
"Bo you're not going away now?"
said Shirley smiling down nt liltn.
He sat up and leaned over toward
"F can't Shirley I simply can't" he
replied his voice trembling. "You are
more to me than I dreamed a woman
could ever he. I reullu it more lord
bly every day. There is no use light
iug against It. Without you my work
my life means nothing"
Shirley shook her head and averted
"Don't let us speak of titet Jeff"
she pleaded gently. "I told you I dkl
nut belong to myself while my fattier
was In peri!."
"Hut 1 must speak' of it" he Inter-
rupted. "Mitrley you do yourself nn
Injustice as well as we. You are not
indifferent to me I fee! that. Then
why raise tuts harrier between us?"
A S3ft light stole late the girl's eyes.
Ah it as good to feel there was some
one to whypusne was everything in the
"Dou't ask me to betray vaj trust
Jeff" she faltered "You know I am
not Indifferent to you far froni It-
Hut 1" -
He came closer uutil his face nearly
I love you I want you" lie amp-
inurHl feverishly "Give me the right
to lu m you before all the world ea my
Hvery note of his rich manly yolce.
vibrating with Impel noun passion
sounded In Hblrley's eur like a soft
cqross. She closed her eyes A strange
feellug of huiguoc was ttudlii over
If you want the cheap t
good coffee in the world buy
.Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee.
There is no other.
AIUiltCKlda BUOS. Now York City. ' '
.t - my sti---ii svin passer! ififough
her whole body. The eternal Inevita-
ble sex instinct was disturbing for the
drat time n woman whose life lind
been singularly free from such .flu-J
ences putting to flight all the caicula
tlons and resolves her cooler Judgment
had made The settenoiis charm of the
place-the distant splash of the water
the singing of the birds the fragrance
of the trees and gram all these sym-
bols of the Joy of life conspired to
arouse the love hunger of the woman.
Why after all slh.nld she not know
happtiicft like other women? She lind
a sacred duty to perform it was true
but wonld it lie less well done because
she ditliued to stllle the natural lean-
ings of her womanhood? Hoth her 8oul
and her body called out "tct this man
lote you glo yourself to him hft li
worthy of your love."
Halt uncin"cliusly she listened to
his ardent wooing her eyes shut as he
spoke quickly passionately his breath
warm upon her cheek:
"Shirley I offer y mi all the devotion
n man can give a woman Ray tho one
word that will imikc me the happiest
or the most wretched of men. Yen ot
no! Only think well before you wreck
' ii y'i in1 ' mi nlJ '"
my life I line you I lotjiir I will
wait lor you If need be until the crack
of doom. Bay-any ju will lie my
Site opened her eyee. His fnen wgi
beut (use over here. Their lips almost
"Ves Jefferson" she uninsured "I
Ill lips met hers lu n long pn&slon-
ato kiss. Her eyee ctosedV nud nu
ecstatic thrill seemed to convulse her
entire being. The birds In the trees
overhead sang In more Joyful chorus
lu celebration of the betrothal.
(To be Gontiidieo.)
hut onh j
These mowers we a record of
Cost est per year tfidi any other
VII IIG llltiTtWL .
Made in the krgett Lawn Afoer
layiury in (.tic WQrtt.
opezial proceueo of manu
lacwre possessed iy w
Wfi ?tl tVlf-"' rtrtlA.-r.
tv3iri VATiftlo J.iJ i vvuuiu nni.- lu '
you Duy ebewfidre. DROP
1MI3 West Harrison
Do u really enjoy what you pfiP
Does your food taste good? Do you
fee! hungry and want more? Or do
you have a heavy dull fooling after
meals sour stnmnoh belclnftgi gas on
the stomach bad broath IhilfgfHttan
nnd dyspepsia If go yot should take
a little Kodol after oucn meal. Kodoi
will nourish and strongthon your di-
gestive organs and fwtilsh tkj natural
digestive Jiilcos for your stomach. It
will mako you well. It will mske vour
food do you good Twii your rood
Into good rlcv't blood. Kodol digests
what you ent. Sold Iry C. it Henrio
For fresh country butter and egg
nnd nil kinds of vegetables qMJ 0tx
Qua Andorsqn. corner Division slut
Oolng to paint Holn is over. Sum-
mer Is here." Tho Llneoln paints
stand tho tests. Arknnsns Lumber
To the Victor holongH the neqt
goods. We're .TaoUeonfnn lu a way.
Come in. Cortior 1st & Harrison.
TEMPERANCE WORKERS MEET
(By AssoQlatod Press.)
Johnston. S. 0 July 4. Several
score of dolegiitos nro hero to attend
the annual convention of Iho Christian
Tempoinnco Workers of South Cnro
linn An attractive programme ex
tending through throe days and pro
wdlug far addrosses hy several speak
eis of note ho.8 boeu arranged.
Take the Postmaster's Word for It
Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at
( 'herr.ile. hid. keeps also a stock'
ceneial inerohnndlso nnd patent med-
icines Ho ssy: 'ClitiinborliUn's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Heinedy
Is standard hero In Its line. It never
falls to give satisfaction and wtr could
hardly afford to bo without It." Fqr
sate by C it. Hen fro.
Did you twig the pant sntr.t Tho
patties wore In ono or Hoovor's Tigs.
"Ask tho rn.au." .
lloll In your mouth. Our TOlla aje
tho host. Our cooklos hnvo tho call
In duthrlo. Hlchmond's bakery. '
THE TEXAS WONDERi
Ourcs nil KIdnoy Madder and Ilnou-
malic troubles Sold by all druggist
or two months' troatmont by mail for
U00. Dr. 12. "W. Hall 2fl2t Olive
Btroot St Louis Mo Rend for test!
Qunllty Shop Stogies. A clean
wholesome -amoko mndo from tho
host duality ot domestic tobacco.
Good from start to finish. Th-en for
fiD cfintfi. $l.fio per hundred. Oet
soma now nt'OIsmllh's
Ifnvo you hoard way tlni comet
wanned things u.. Stiles hud th
secret. He Is giving It np. Its Er'at.
I'hnno him. No. 3C Stiles.
from 15 tolO yejo
received tne htgheit
'the men who
i - i.
IN AND SEE. US.
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