Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 28, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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*Tb gnln' hi tad get Tony, Edo,"
»e explained. “ Twm • promise I five
(he kid, she conld tee you alone first.
Juat (It here, 'til I come back. Too
don't want to ace Pendlehaven. eh?"
Edith ahuddetcd and shrank back.
"No, I don't" »ho whispered. “I
Just want to talk to the baby s min-
at*. 1 want her to forfive me before
w* fo away. We been. cnssed mean
___to that kid. Uriah."
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A Uttle while before, Reffle Brown,
well filled np on brandy, had descend-
ed to the library to wait for Devon.
If ho hadn't had this thing on. and the
Importance of It hadn't weighed on
him all the long day, he'd have gone
to bed, his head ached ao, bnt his de-
_ lire to capture Tony Devon kept the
•wtbphbnY sai.°iTcnt hix^'ai'tomobils fumes of alcohol from completely be-
rW*T?i •N*Ti rwddllnc his brains. Inside the library,
#4ts»if^Bro^w»" okiThom. cityTokiA he stood swaying near the door, tap-
—---r—'———---- ping hla pocket from time to time to
Tndan, Tradir Taob, TWtjktrt, Tracks make sure he was armed. Then he
stumbled across the room, threw him-
self on the divan and In another mo-
ment had forgotten tn a drunken
sleep that there was any such person
In the world as Tonnlbel Devon.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Curtis was walking
the floor upstairs, half mad with anx-
iety, and Katherine, in > state of
nerves, was smoking one cigarette af-
"God! When she's gone,” broke
forth the girl “I'll know what happl-
neaa means I"
_ ... _ | "So will I," echoed Mrs. Curtis.
Uuro Water Systenu "It's almost time for me to go down,
Isn't It! 1 hop* that man won't dls-
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"Don't fear about that," sneered
Katherine. "He's even more anxious
than we are. So t Reggie, but I don't
envy you telling Tony her mother's
"I think yon might do It,” com-
plained Mrs. Curtis with a sniffle. "All
the anxiety and worry of this thing
haa fallen on me."
“That's because you're ao clever,
my sweet," retorted Katherine, aarcua-
Ucally. "Oh, go on down and don't
act kt If you were afraid of your own
shadow, gay, Rege was drunk as
anything at dinner.”
“Disgustingly so," sighed the moth-
er as she went out "I hope to the
high heavens hell straighten up some
First Mrs. Curtis stole down to the
library. There she found Uriah De-
von, standing with his hat In his hand,
and, as he saw her, be made ■ grin-
“Where's Rege?" he asked eageriy.
“Upstairs, I think," replied Mrs.
Curtis In a low voice. “He's had too
mnch to drink. Did you bring your
“Tep; ahe'a outside." was the man's
answer. "And the kid? Does she
know Ede’a still In the land of the
“No, but HI tell her now," returned
Mrs. Curtl* desperately. “Here's the
live thousand dollar*." She thrust a
roll of bank note* Into his hand. “Ill
send Tony right down," ended the
woman and the went swiftly out
Uriah glanced shout the room Id
anticipation. He Intended not only
to take Tony with him. but every-
thing else of value he could lay hla
hands on. Edith had often described
the valuables kept In a wall-safe In
this very room. Mr*. Curtl* had no
more than rioted the door before, re-
volver In hand, he began bla search.
An exclamation of delight almost es-
caped hla lips when be discovered the
safe-door was unlocked. He grinned
at the carelessness of the rich as he
flung Into the black bag the boxes of
fewelry, completely stripping the safe
*f It* content*. He didn't take time
to look ever hla haul! That would
All through the day Tonnlbel Devon
had told her Joy over aDd over to her-
self. Now, almost ready to retire, she
waa sitting reading the Bible. It
seemed moat appropriate that on this
night ah* should sing with tht Post
the Paalms of Thanksgiving.
A knock at the door caused her to
dose the book and put It on the ta-
ble before ah* called: "Com* In.”
At the sight of Mrs. Curtl* she rnae
to her feet, startled.
“Tvs good news for yon, ehlld,"
•Raked the woman, and Tony went
"Whatr she demanded. "la Phil-
"Now, don't get nervous, my dear."
cam* la qnlvertag interruption. "But
—but you were not correctly inform-
ed about your mother. Urn's—she's
A violent emotion overtook the girl.
Rh* knew then the had never really
believed what Uriah tald her.
"My mother r to* breathed her
•yea deopaalag In color. "My door
IttU mother I Oh. lot me go ta hart"
"•he’s la to* library. This to «
happy day for you, my dear—for—all
of us. Ton'd better dress, hadnY
Tonnlbel hadn't even heard the last
words. She fled down the stairs and
Into the library, panting for breath.
Her cup of happiness was full to the
brim, now that Edith had come back
to her. She halted, dosed tha door
and ran Into the room.
“Edle, mummy dear I" she called
softly, ao overcome she conld not
raise her vole*.
Then Uriah Devon stepped from be-
hind the grate-screen and earn* to-
“Daddy," (jried the girl, “whera'a
mummy T Where's my mother T’
Uriah dropped tha bag and laid the
revolver on a chair. He had never
aeon such a vision of loveliness. The
masses of dark curls flung over the
flimsy dressing-gown, the small, bare
ankles peeping from the soft blue slip-
pers sent an unholy desire for pos-
session over him. What a fool he had
been to promise her to a fellow like
“Tony,” he faltered hoarsely, "Tv#
been a dog to you all these years.
I’ve come to tell you I lore you, kid,
more'n anybody In all the world."
Tonnlbel dodged bis outstretched
arms and flames of anger leapt Into
bar eye* at hi* words.
“But my mother.” she exclaimed,
trying not to cry out.
"Never mind her, Tony, never mind
any on*," commanded Uriah. "The
fact Is, I ain't your daddy at all. Pm
not any relation to yoa—"
Then he snatched at her and, as
the tried to flea from him, eaught her
In hla arms. One long cry I aft her
llpe and Edith Devon heard It plainly
out there under the rose bush. How
many times ah* had fled to an appeal
“Mummy," Said th# Girl, "Oh, God I
You*va Killed Him!”
like that from the same llpe I Tn an-
other moment ahe was In the room be-
fore Uriah's red mouth had touched
Tony's face. The gtrl saw her and
“Mummy! Mummy darling! Moth-
er dearest I Tike me away—"
The words were strangled In
throat, for Devon was forcing
head backward with hla strong
Kdlth'a eyes caught right of the re-
volver where her husband had placed
It In a twinkling she had It In her
hands. Lifting It, she ran toward the
"Take your hands offen Tonnlbel,
Uriah." ahe hissed. “You dirty, lying
dog. You fooled me good, you whelp t
Drop 'er, I say, Uriah Devon."
At the other end of the room a tall
boy aro«e out of the shadows; Tony'*
scream* had aroused Reginald Brown.
He stood swaying, rubbing hit head,
trying to remember where he wan.
"I’m done with you. Ede," he heard
Devon utter. “I'm done with you for-
ever. Tony's min*. I’ve Juat told 'er
I wasn't her daddy. I waa a fool to
say Reggie Brown could have >r. He
can’t; HI have 'er myself."
"Put 'er down," gritted Edith un-
der her breath.
Almost lifeless, Tony was hanging
from Uriah's arm when suddenly
through the room a pistol shot
The moment hla gun harked. Reg
Innld, now sober, saw Uriah Devon
throw up hla arms and crumple la a
heap on th* floor. He saw. too, the
girl stagger forward and rink dawn.
H* had committed murder, partisps.
snd. tor an awful moment, ha Imagined
he waa going mad. A scream rasa
to hi* lips as a pain shot through hla
bend, hut h* bit aavtgaly oa hla tongue
and held It back. If h* waa discov-
ered ha would he arrested, and If
Devon died— fle dared picture the
future n* farther. Shuddering, he
alnnk hock, crouched at the head of
the divan and remained
Tony straggled to her fast stand la
wild amasemeot at Imt father, tkm
at bar mother, w»e «*a amadtof ti#>
Idly tomechioeo. tha ravalvar hanging
from her (I agora.
"Mummy,” cried th# girt. “Oh. Qadl
You'vo killed him, Edle darling!"
Still th* woman didn't aay a word.
She only gated at the speaker ta-
seel ugly. Tony snatched th* gun
from her hand.
"Edle," ah* groaned. "Mummy,
sweet, go right away, before any an*
comes. You've killed Uriah. Oa
away, go away, I aay."
She grasped Mrs. Devon’s arm and
burned her toward the porch door.
"Run," hissed the girt. "Get back
to th* boht quick. Don't ever aay a
word to any one." Then Tony spied
the little black bag she'd seen ao of-
ten on the Dirty Mary. Picking It
up she thrust It Into her mother**
hands. “Here! Take this, too. OB,
mummy; kiss roe, kiss met"
She flung herself upon tha woman
frantically, kissed the pallid, Imcos-
tive face again and again and then
shoved Edith out upon tha dark porch.
It was whll* Tony's whole attention
was centered on her beloved that Reg-
inald Brown seised th* opportunity
to sneak stealthily from tb* room.
The nervous women la th* upper
part of the bouse had not expected
to hear the piercing scream that cam*
to their ears, and, as It was repotted
more than once with sucB terrible In-
sistence. Mrs. Curtl* followed by
Katherine, fled down tb* stain.
Tony heard them coning, and n
surging love for her mother brought
a resolution full-horn from the loyal
young heart. She waa standing over
tha p rout rate Uriah when Sarah Cub
tls and her daughter rushed madly In.
"I shot my father,” gasped Tonnlbel,
looking at Mr*. Curtis, her Angers
locked tightly over tha bandit of tha
"Where's your motherT” cam* from
Mrs. Curtis' lips.
Tonnlbel didn't answer for a min-
ute. then she shook her head.
"She hasn't been here!" she swal-
lowed hard and continued: "Twa
my father, and—and I shot him."
Katherine took a long breath of ex-
“Don't yon know you’ll be arrested,
you wicked glrir ahe ejaculated.
"And executed I” tnterpoaed Mrs.
Curtis. '‘Katherine, call the police."
As Katherine made for th* tele-
phone, a motor car driving up ta th*
house stayed her action. Her hand
dropped from the receiver when Phil-
ip MacOBuley came In. For a moment
ha didn’t see Devon. With a quick,
flashing glance, ho noticed how pallid
and deathlike hla Tony was.
“What have you two been saying ta
herT he demanded In deadening
tones. “I suspected something like
this, and—and got away as soon as 1
could. . . . Darling girl, don't look
at me like that.”
Mrs. Curtis was fully herself now.
"The wicked girl baa shot her own
father," she told Captain MacCautey,
making an effort to keep the satis-
faction out of her voice. "Thera he
la dead on the floor!"
Then Philip saw Devon. In horri-
fied amazement and disbelief his gaz*
came back to Tonnlbel.
"Darling," he said, and he went
swiftly to her. “I don't believe a
word of It It's all a lie!"
Tony flung out her hand.
"Don’t touch me. please don't P she
mumbled. "I told her l did It, end
She backed away from the out-
“But you couldn’t have." groaned
the boy. "What happened? Oh, God I
Won't aomeone tell me what hap-
“Mother has told you quite plainly,
Philip," gulped Katherine, noticing
with a thrill that Captain MacCauley
had not covered the few atepa Tony
had retreated. “She said she killed
her father, and no girl admits such a
thing as that unless It's true. Heav-
ens, there’s Cousla John and—"
"Cousin Paul." fell from Mrs. Cub
tls. who looked as If she had turned to
Not another word waa ottered by
that silent group of people until after
the two doctor* entered the library.
For a moment everything was con-
fusion. Doctor John forced Mr*. Cur-
tis Into a chair when she tried te fling
herself Into hi* arm*. With avery
one but Tony talking at once, neither
be nor hla brother could nnderatand
the meaning of th* seemingly dead
man on the floor.
"Will you all keep atilt, all of you?"
shouted Doctor John, In hla bombastle
voice. "FIrat Paul, let’* see about
this fellow here."
Tony shot him. If yon wank ta
know," Mrs. Curtis dared to fling out
Doctor Paul gave her such an awful
look that she quailed beneath It
“He's not dead," he said after •
hasty examination of Uriah, and on*
dry. tearless sob burst from Tony De-
‘Ton might ta well awn up tha
whole thing now, mlsa." cried Mr*.
Curtl*. after the wounded man had
been carried out by the doctors and
Philip. TU1I be hotter for yoa to tha
<TO BX CONTINUED.)
The origin of lb* Apootlo’a Creed to
not fully determined. If to snppaood
to hava hoe* taken from the confes-
sion of Pater (Mailt 18:18) ud from
the hapttamal Invocation which deter-
mined th* trialtartan ardor aad SB
rangeimat Th* earliest menuoa of
the Apostle's Creed la found m tha
works af it I lessens against heresies.
He died In 202 A. D„ when shut M
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Tha atote of Massachusetts mala-
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