Newspaper Page Text
the undoing of a windcat.
u,.i nil': unoe tkll* wh> mi.
ItoLwVS MKB nHnr.SE.
,h- I■ " AH Hll*l 1 mil ■ llmilk*
r from I nit Im mm In Henrcl, of llfil
, Unf With Some Urlm
i..r>ea Trouble Hrmn With
.mrnkerl mill Lndrd With Lira.
from tl Naw York Son.
I \VI —There being no lantern In
, tnp on Pickerel Lake. Fergy the
I ad #-uck a knot of balaam pine In
<>r a tree n.ar by and It can a
I IHful lighl over the tall gate of
~ antch lie had mounted upon taro
uprights to serve a* a table. The
i .n, seated on an upended grocery
~.1 talen hla llah. his slice of light
. I tn grease, had drunk a tin cu|i
i k c ■ffec and Mas doubllnglv
, g a yellow mass, thin and hard,
~ , y before him
.•lieist,” said Fergy, standing
, exploring the righthand pockd
.. (rail* for crumbs of tobacco.
said the other man ouestlon-
A- one Interested In aclcntlflc re-
I am glad to have my doubts re
, I id concluded that It was a sec*
, p.ilaeoiulc e g. It has antediluvian
and a prehistoric smell. I had
I to ship It to my friend, Mr.
iik Henna, curator of ihe Mu
, Lost Arts That Were Never
Clark/ and Van Huren streets,
-aid Fergy. "U's funny, hut I
i•• any luck w hen there s chetso
,r. 1 told that gal at the hotel not
■ • cheese In with our grub an' th'
. iik 1 jam my han agin we en I
tn box Is tnat there. Don’ send
tr'en'. Keep It an" hit a Injun
You feller* w'at takes three
r>‘ then hugs your entitle* an 1
i ur fr'ens moke me fayteeged Hit
i a eri lietween hi* knees an' his
it’ll fetch him I done my h'
rn It though.’’
■'iter man said nothing Fergy p|ek
* nd ahve coal In ht* Angers, dan
e.;> • tn his horny pa.m. deftly canted It
of his pipe, sucked violently and
never had no luck with chees*
man Blandon r>', Winchester, In
in i y sim* up here Ha's a banker
n. at home Hired me fr thl'ty
.I,' -aid he didn't give a pi~m sory
w • "her he caught fish ur not Wat
he wanted was res' an' quiet an' ,h'
sweet w Ispetin's o' mother natur' an* btl
• i't air I seen them folks afore. O'n
-... they Kits tired In two day* an' vou
sutler lug 'em back to th' hotel w'-re
the - kin He lr. bed o' mo n.n's an' pay
fourbl'Mird* at night on a table w'at
. i was runnlr' a truck loal
ed with railroad Iron acrot It. Oi' Blatt
iiici t.oasomever. wern't that kind o"
uai over. He were out Fr fee
tn ■ shore staid with me Nice ol' man
i•* wen ias) ail' peaceful an’ didn't look
Ik' !,• were more'n half awake at no
in 1 doan' undeistand IttJW he made
b money. Billy Humes, 'nother guide.
' • were truth four billion <lol ar*.
' *■ . it it from a red-headed Injyaimv
teller w at said he had a lm pe .rrv ..l In
e h t ora childhood w'at k p him
, in’ a liar. I never packed no -u h
as that pack w'at I packel fr ol
in. I packed It fom Bo>d's Hotel
i r here very place— l 73 pitun’s 8
•jr es th' fust load an' 181 (bun's 11
i c* th' rtex' load 1 made two trip*.
V.p," said the other mm ptliHtlng a
•*' i-r Into his agar to (ncreaia Its
lo' o' it." Fergy went on. "were grub
,t he'd brought f'om Injyanuy. He were
artful o' it 1 th.nk he mu*' a-kep' it
th' bank vault. They wae 'nough
♦•I e’.ods to stock a store—canned
•Is with w rilin' on 'em I couldn't read;
In ver see nothin' like ’em before An
... .e' He was a cenosher ‘bout cheese.
Had thirty dlf'runt kinds: ur, mebbe,
.rty-one I learnt th' names some o’ 'em.
,-t not an if i could a-learnt th' namegt
ail o' them cheese* f could go up to
i Claude sltack next winter
'ajk to any French gal In th' bunch,
•its is Were th' story begins:
Fus' night In camp ol' tllandon took a
Hi net an' broke open one o' his dry
i -"la l*ox*-* Wot 1 had lugged itcrost th'
'rail an' took out a title roun' can an*
t I' open with his knife an’ said: "Fer-
we'll have a leetle Kom-em-bar*.' Ho
'■e.id the s’uff on some toss' an' handed
i to me an', air. she were good. We et
f lh' can an’ Icf It settln’ on th’ table—
*aa usin' this same tailgate we got now
-tn went to bed. 'lng 'bout 1 o'clock
! ’h‘ morntn' I was woke by the 'strang
>f sweetes' music I ever heenl In my
• r,' 1 uster be a tiddler myse'f. Ol'
1 i tort was playin' 'nother ktn' o' mu
n his noee an' II made me so mad I
c no over to him an' kicked him out'n
blankets If they hadn't a-heen $3 a
In It. I laid there an' llsaened tell I
• ' road awake an' then T lifted my
I an' looked Siltin’ by th' Are that
mo* 'died down, hi* tall curled ov'r
1 '>i k an' a grin on hi* face like lh'
s w< ar, were the blgges' wild cat
I • r sec before ur sence. He was so big
• I took him fr a young painter, an'
1 ' ere chock full o' cheeae. The empty
were near him in' he were so Joyful
• other ting. Look here! I heerd cats
store then, an' they slngln' amt
■" <n' like Armalee Belle Smith's In
F: '. w'at ktn set down at a melojun
make you cry an' wush you was back
inady agin, hut that cat laid ov'r
t dee like a Ave-year-ol’ musky ov'r
• ctiih I 4ove musb k. an' that were
f k, but 1 don' want no wild cat#
1 whur I'm sleepln.' so I reached
I’ii hunk to throw at It, when, whoosh!
re gone. Ftir's It went, howsomever,
Id ear them beaut'ful strains float
i'k through th’ woods. If they’ll
sing like that Wen I die an' git to
' ”en, I'll stay with ’em tell hell freezes
! <o|' or Hlandon 'bout It nex' mornin’
• looked at me an at lh' em'ty cheese
n' .raked me w'at my slummlck was
out'n. I tol' him It was made out'n
•ame -ort o' maleerul as hls'n an' If
it. like th' way I pulled Ihe boal.
Mght pull It hlsre'f. He sail he
tiinkin' 'bout boats, but 'bout ihe
b r an' silm'lattn' effeck o' Kom-em
' t heese on th’ unlooiered Im.ig -
flsh't a leeile that day an' dldn t
nothin'. He w*r* lookin’ at me
' o' th' time an’ ev ry leetle w'lle he'd
s how big that cat were, an' how
•' 'tripes It had. an' w ether It'e tall
r ' /-'irie.i over It's back ur on'y curved
i lot o' dam nonsense Ilk* that . 1
to myse'f one time I'd glw th'
' ' leetle tarts' an' let him spatter
•witty feet o' wattuh. Ml n*
man an’ there wan S3 In It.
night lie went to his treasure ches’
took out 'nother priceless ean o'
1 an'rays: Fergy. we’ll have a leetle
tefort.' He sperad some on a piece o'
• *‘ i ' 1 g ,v It to me an', sir. she were
” •'* ha'f th' esn an' then we
• br*l It up |r, t piece o’ paper, ttgh'.
w . it to bed. It couldn' e-tv*n 15
k 'en I heered th' song It eeerrc-1
il e It had s dla plnted note In It—
, 'T ,oun ' sadness l|kf lift- aln' sr’at
- •'itt r be 'iv mi I tier's gun, with th'
n, * n an’ o forth. 1 took ftp an'
lh ''at. lyin' on Its s'urmntrk an*
*t th' coala with lit big yel.er eyes
mgln' soft an' low. 1 sit on my all.
•■n < rs'wl ov'r to lllandon an' yank
J>y his gray w'itker*. 'Here,' J
’li". _ 'vou or lujyanny never wo*,
jh' fu' man w'al ev'r said that
Hed an' lived lo git away wllh I).’
•. 'ltalse up an 1 p*,), lh ,,
t 1 !’ h * w yo*t on th - ear,’ says I. I
•t'lghly hot at Blandon He raised
• everlul-Uks an' took one look an’ says,
PAINE’S CELERY COMPOUND
Restores Health JgV
Cures Indigestiun. Nerve Extras*- fk'iAJ.—-
Han. Purifies llluod.
J. M. olso.n, Machinist, my digestion was very bad ; I had
palpitation of the heart, attacks of dizziness when getting f -vrjU/ \
up in the morning, and was in a generally run-down state, v
?aine’s Celery Compound makes me well, and 1 now use A ■ J
h *x> purify my blood and keep me healthy.” £*■
You Can be Well
Do you go home from work feel- 7 - 8S
ing exhausted, with a tired head and Rffiw/1
an aching back? Do you wake up in BjpuH H&pSj
the morning with dizziness, poor appe- gm
tite, and nerves unstrung? Paine’s
Celery Compound will restore your Um,\
health, give you nerve force,
strength to work, and purify
iTsE ONLY PAINE’S CEL Eff Y~C O M P~Q UN D . |
wt.dlikr 'I ntv'r cxpeclfd him lo pay lh'
(I.H)rtl Injurin' on thu; note, mu' cocnpun'
Inters*' too.' ha my*, an' Ib'owrd u hi.
Pore ol' man. It knocked him right otl n
lh# thwart. I jumi-rl up an' pitched a
buck#! o' natluh ov'r him .tn he eel up.
wipin' hi* Wl-kers. Th' cat give ort leap
thru look him forty feet three lnchr.
let out a Anal bar o' the mon' loneoni.
mualck I ever heer an' were gone. A
he went he altin* hi* haid back an' Ii a
reproachful look In hi* eye*, a* much mi
lo <y: 'eilmme Kom-em-bare. ur don'
gimme nothin'. That cal were a goeal
..eat .ike - me ptople. It dldn' eoa" him
nothin' the fus’ night an' because he dldn'
tit quite o eoorl ih' nex’ night—lt Mill
cost n' him noth n —he had a kick coming
"Nex' day Blandon were the ml'ales'
man you ever see an' talked to me eorter
re-iie-tful like. Ho were so busy thlnk
in* 'bout th* eat he coukln' feeeh. an' we
Ju*' pulled bout lh' lake, me takln' It
easy an' him s.lmcln' langwtdge In <t
fr'en'ly voice. That night we tried Mr
Cat on groo-yare. an' we git a leetle tni
ertashun o' four tldrlle* an’ a Ins* drum
playtir the' 'Arkansuw Trav'ler.' Nex'
night we give him e-dum an' I think he'd
a-Jumped on us If I hadn' pulled a gun
an' veiled at him to mo 'aay.
"Nex' night ol' Hlandon he *ays to me:
'This Is an Int'restln' vls'tor o' ours.' says
he. 'an' I Ilk# him an' his song*, but I'd
ruther feed him on gold dolluhe out In
(hid wlld'nees than my cheese*,' he -ays,
Tr my stock's giftin' low an’ Gawd
knows w'ere I m'l Kit any more,' says he.
'To-night Fergy. my boy,' he says, 'l'm
*oin' to make him wush he'd a-kep th'
simple ap’tltes o' his childhood,' he says.
With that he goes to his box an’ drors
out a can an’ glis to th' wlnnard o' me
an' chopt the top open *Say. 1 lie* n in
th' Chleager stock yards In Augu*'. I her n
tn places were tty crick were dammed
an' dried up an' live thousan' lon o' feesh
lay rollin' In lh' *un: I been In wu*
place* nur them, but 1 never smell no
small like that smelt. I Jus’ git to th'
oth’r side o' ol' Blandon, an' 1 aay I ain't
got but one live to live an' one death to
die on' I aln'l goln' to die In no such <ii
graceftl fash'n a* that so long's they'* it
gun loaded within ter. mile. I say. He
lurfed and says he: 'This here * Lim-bug
ger ' says he. 'an any livin' bein', man ur
cal.' he says. 'ls goiter be eddycoted up
to H.' say* he. With that he look a spoon
an’ et ha'l o’ It an' !tf th' olher ha f tn
th* can settln' on th' table."
Fergy'* pipe having gone out. he put on
another coal and meditatively sucked for
live minutes. The other man. chewing tha '
end of hi# burning cigar, stared ai the
.. r word Th* guile
glanced at him > .|>-ways severa. tlm-a
and once half turned toward hint a* If |
expecting him lo speak, but the only re
ward was continued alienee. Heaving a
sigh he went on:
"At 1# o'clock 1 was lyin' aw ike nn' I
hrerd a long, sad mlwouw I looked In
time io see th' cat hot-footin' |( away f om
th' fire Fifteen lime* he tome back an'
went away ag In before he cou!.l gli
close 'nough to th' stuff to tackle I
Flnerly he grilled hi* teeth an' jammed
hi* note inter th' onn an' brought It out
ag'in wlh a hunk o' that cheese atiekin'
to It. He reminded me o' n ol' boox*
fighter w ii’i got to kick hlsse'f to make
hlsse'f take a drink In th' mornin'. W en
he got his nose out n th' can an' mehbe a
ta*' o' th' Lim-hugger in hi* mouth, he
turned thirty-four back han'epringa one
afl'r lh' other, an' they nev'r were no
such soon'* a* them eoun's w't come out'n
him. He howled. *creamed, barked, yap
ped, eougbed. miaou wed. sobbed or chok
ed. fluttered, spit ah' yelled, an' all
th' time he were goln' ov r an' ov'r like
one o' these here tlri w'eei# they touch olf
on lh' night o' th' Fourth o July . Ol'
Hiandoi. he *et up In his blanklla in'
prayed. Th’ las' I see o' that cat he
a rewoldwin' bundle o' fur, goin' through
the tranche* twenty-three feet 'hove
groun' an' gritiln’ swifter with ev ry turn.
I holder laugh,
"Ol' Blandon went rack lo Injyamy
aft'r aw lie, an' lh' groun' roun' her
.coked like It had snow.d em iy cheese
cans. Now. m,s nere cat. more he struck
that Kom-em-liara on th' fail) night, war
j' a plain or nury wild cat. purty big
IT hi# !*, hut wlih nothin' much th'
matiei with him, but that fall we heered
o' him In more way# than one Hi* n
tur' was rulnl by excea* H,s conf'der.ca
In human kin' were undermined, hi* mo
ral'ly were a wreck, an’ he started out
to git even with us all liecaum- a Irr.
sponsi'ble o.' set o' w'isker-on-a-brne hud
come In here an' led him astray. He go'-
ter be a 'rogue, livin' by hlsself a an' r.ot
'seriatin' with no oth’r eats. We berm
to nn' lawn* dear! aroun' In the wood*
with they thoala cut. F’om lawna oe
THF MOKMNG NEWS: KAHTHDAY, PECEMBEK 1. tooa
wont lo calves an’ killed six fr Hugh
lloyd In six nlghtg. Wen he couldn t git
calves hed ,-ake lumbs ah' ftlli-growe-I
sheep, an’ then he started lu on coi'i*.
mi he kill'd a lot o' 'em Up to this
time he hadn't nev'r tasted nn human
"One day. howsomever. .Ink Jl-Whlr
ter. th lumber camp LTphone, *urt>i
ov'r lh' trail on a sixteen-mile lope io
Flflel' to git him a drink, 'cause he were
dry. Goln' 'long he look out .i big spring
knife somebody glv' him an' tried io open
it lie beared a yowlin' bellin' him an'
* nee he hadn' had lh' drink ylt, he w.re
ii leltle skeery. He cut hi* huger on th'
blade and', as It bled .van'. he wiped his
han' or. n bush an’ then begin to rat uo
th' groun' like he were doin’ u hundred
mile stum at ween suns 'Lone - come mi?
hr're cat. eight mintis afterward ,m' 11 k<
th' leave*. That settled It. Nex’ week ■<
leetle boy wandered out'n FlDei' tic he
aln’ never been heard of sence ' Fe-rgy
paused Impressively, but got i o cxcla
mation of wonder or horror or ularm, nor
any Indlcwllon of Interest whatever "N< x'
week a little gal wandered out'n Flflel'
an' she aln' been heerd of sen e. N''
week n leetle boy wandered out'n Find'
and ho aln' never been heerd of lance.
Nex* week ft lettle g.tl wandered out'n
Flflel. an '•
"Get along! Get along! ' said the other
man. "When did you become a census
"This fcep' up.” said Fergy. undisturbed,
"untell ev’hody In Fries ooumy was a
huntln' that cal. but they never seen no
sign o' him. Th' snow were on th' groun,'
two Inches deep wen Baptiste L.i rolx
come down the trail hea In' west'. Ha(>-
llsle had been drunk fr two weeks tn
Filler paiion.zln’ Mike Ilennessy s bar.
W'en his money were all gone Ilennessy
tol' him they were a lumber ramp elgihy
three mile away w'ere he eould work
hard an' git some more Whi th were
proper, 'cause nol*jdy lot' him to go Inter
Ilennessy'# In th' fus' place. Uapiisie,
bein' drunk, 111 out thout 'pother word,
an’ ns he come long he were flxln' up how
to gli even wiln Ilennessy. 'Cause he
were French an' not Irish nur English
nur Scot h, lhl? scheme come to him: He
stopt In th' trail ar.d pulled off his shoe
an’ sock an' look out 111# knife. ‘I weel
lie revanched.’ *ay* he 'I we*d cut off
xe lar-r-ge toe an' hang eel on z* Hush.
Rome day—some time—zal Henneas' come
long an' see ze po' loe an’ say: Ah-h-h. I
t.nf done wr-r-rong to ze po' Baptiste, he
good fellatre. af h' all. I weel let jem
know zc Fr-r-ratnchmon eee not to be een
solted.' So he w’acked off his big loe an'
hung It on a snp.in' an' limped on with
his tight shoe full o’ blood, an' w en tea
got to Boyd'# we put him In the guides'
house an' kep' th" blue-winged goats f'om
Aytn’ In an' bltin* him f r a week
"That cat come long half a hour arter
vard,' smelt th blood on' et th' toe
That toe had In It beer, w .sky, brndy
rum. abamthe. wine an' wood alkyhol—
mos'ly wood alkvhol That cat went ’*•>
an' laid down In th' brush. Nex’ day,
h kin' out through th' mow fr • deer. I
heerd th' ol' songs, woundin' out ov'r th'
mint war's#. They was th' same, an'
yet they w-js not the s.-itm Tney were
wir, unelrthlv screech tunnln' 'long
I under 'em an' I couldn't un'eratab’ It
j W'en I got cluster I seen w’at th matter
were. Th cat had the jlmjamc It was
t • ngln' It* bee' song ar. It* worn' ?oug alt
rnlxt up together, an now an' then It'd
stop an’ throw fifty-two *otjpr#/i# lack
erd and ferrerd*. Mem ry were giftin' lh'
L-s' o' It Th" ol' n.ghta In Hlandan *
j ramp was throngin' tick upon It. an' ll
i were mtgln' in Its song and. mands f r all
sort? o checss# rite ml nil I ought It
! hail Kom-em-b.ire, an' no ermlt thr-esh
' fV'r #ln*t to th' ntoon like m at that cal
: s.ngt. Then It'd' run all th’ wy down
' through rok#-fort. gree-yare. c-dutn an
! so on to llmburger. an' then th' hand
spring act'd start. I stood It all right
w'lle th' concert were goln' on. hut when
'in* Hm-btiggi r iUp bcg'.nned I to k Hv,.
, hots at It an nev'r ti !.-■ Ia h it. 3Ti
la?' * ght o' It I go’ It wir? go.n' tail f i#
• otween th' hemlocks an' nuafcln' g •*! Urn
. at that.
"Now. this rat had eharlckter an
stammy an' oth' thing# I eerri n temp r
unce lec'rer talk 'bout on*t. You tnayn':
b'lleve me, but ll got ov'r them Jimmie*
an' braced right up. ll quit human blood
nn' colt# n' aheep an' calvs# an' fawns
I u*Hsr Lrr) • he??es a I'. ?cf- o' ehre##
! fom Boi’d's guests .tn’ leave ’em aroun
’ ip ih' woods, an' It wouldn't telch 'em
1 timk as much pride In thal cat# good
ness a* If II ha 1 a' beer my own Chile
I to!' ev'body bout It an' arsked 'em not
to hurt It if It come up to 'pin an' slug:
In pure gladness o' art. They said they
"They come a feller up here f'om Chi
ta rger. a long p.ile feller with curls and
knnrk-kner*. If# had otl h hike soot
with yellrr stockin'# an' he lugged a ol'
huffier gun some hody'd give him fr .
Joke The r.il-ber o' this gun were &3 in'
It mad. * roar like 7-t hypner'izwl hulls
He write hl n*tn|t on thi regtst'r- this
feller—an' I mejn'flzed It in two days It
V were T Cam| t>f |l Wordsworth (‘olerl ige
I’-rcy n>*#he Shelley Beach. - an’ Ihe
wimmln guess they Ihorf a heep o' him
tin' u.tl he were n (Ktl-k This Beach
trseter i git 111 a leetle hoa-t on Dog Lake,
dost to lh' hotel, an' float aroun' wkh
hl> huffier gun aft' a stub o' pencil nn'
a piece o' paper an' make rhymes w'sU
he rt •*! lo th' wimmln at supper. One
tiny, w en he were floatin’ roun' an' sertb
hlln' i ■ ■ i ohm down to th' lakr to
w itsith. Now remember ii ludn't
ilrunk no ticker an' et no cheese fr pretty
risara year. Jus' plain fiod .in' col' wal
tiih an' regie r hotira was good nough
Ur* It This Beach he blanged up tin' seen
I* nn'. bein' akeered lo death, he flung
up Ins huffier rimi an' abet both eye* tin'
Pulled 111' trigger. N'at-rnlly. under them
cirr jmatuni-us. he fore Ih' it's head off,
"Now.” said Fergy. rllng ami |iolntliig
a gr.nrleil foreflnaer >it his eompnnlon
"Wat's th* rm-rl! o' IhaU*" "The moral.”
said Hie other mas yawning, "Is: Never
stesl from a Indian i bank* r."
"It alnl." saPI Fergy. "The moral la:
Lake wattuh aim no good fr northin'
Seoteli Terseness nnd Thrift.
len Mai l iren al i London D'nnt r.
In a dull Rcottlsh village on a dull
morning ope i elghbor calle.l upon nn-#'
cr. He wa* met at Ihe <1 or by his friend s
wlfy. and th# conversation went thus:
"Gaen to be woely. I think.."—"Ay."
"Is John ln?"-'Oh. ay. he's In."
"Uan I see him ’ '—"No:"
• But a wanted to ee,> him "—"Ay. bu:
you cniwia see him John's deld "
‘ "DeldT -"Ay "
"Very sudden 'Very sudden ”
"Did he say onytlwng ahout a pot of
green paint before he deld?"
Missionaries t.oiuis to ( kina.
Rt. Paul, Nov. '3o —Three Mefhorllet wo
men mlselonarier were given a farewell
reception al the Firs* Methodist fhur~h
here and will leave to-morrow morning
for San Francisco en route to China Ml*a
Wilma Rouse and Miss Adeline Goe'z
have been in lhi- country on furlough ar.d
return lo their po-t? Msss Plumb Is m
daughter of a missionary In China. Hav
ing completed her rslucafton In Ohio ?h*
givs out to continue the work hr father
at. Intlrrs's llant|iii*t.
New York Nov 30 —Th* 144th annua!
banquet of the St. Andrew * Society of
New York wa# held todllglll at IMm 1
co. Over 500 men were presam Andrew
Carnegie, president of th# society, pre-
Sided Many of the guests came clad in
ten tntarcllc Kxprdlttoa.
London, Not . 30— At the meeting of Ihe
Royal Bin tety last evenlrat K wa* an
nounced that the projected Antarctic ex
prdttlon will start next autumn ami 'ha:
the construction of veesel to be named
Discovery had already been commenced
lieetae 1 Jewell I* Dead
New York Nov. 38.— George H Jewell Is
■lead at hi# home In Brooklyn In hi?
Afty-si ond >sr from smoker'# cancer of
*i7- tongue. if waa formerly secretary
of the Jewell lining Company.
Advance mm Black blivets.
PlMsdurg Nov The American Steel
Compel - bar innoum ed an advanc- of
43 (g-r ion on black sheets, with • corra
apondlnK adrar.- • In aalvaalied.
-Tk opposition papers tn Ergiaml are
basing their cry of nepotism against the
Marquis of Ha.wbury on ihe fact that
four member* ... :.s fami.y. |r. addliaiti
to himself, are members of the new cab!
net lie draws 4,Wn a year; hi# son.
Lord Cranbourne. "11l get I' .W . Arthur
‘%.foi will g. ;r. - |Oe lid Ha
four fb’.UUti; atel Lord Reiborne will g.-t
ISI.M tn sdditfon to a Hits house J W.
Low! her. who la re l.i ted to him by mar
riage. Is sure to get a job worth not
.-* Until 413,30.'.
VmthrU* Morj f llir lurlj !>*•%• In
Harve' Sutherland in Alnale#**.
"Wh* r* oi •’ undereland* hoe pie In thr
|l*l i* oi.n\ of ih pchil * .warning fvi
iH*am> of aving. ax It wrrr. the bud tip
of u 'lant crt>ing i* - way upward !*-
ie tt r • tu!!. hard a lod* to Minltgtit and
I the air. h un lvt.<dauda .im* ho* eontr
kitxii* if pic' ha\. .i *ior> to tll. a p
* r% f ; ti wo vh*> an appro
"In the rarly day a of Ohio th*t*
h vUi* sar |lr, pantr *a niaiia of Hour
Jil l * ‘ t i!i *:n \ ltn gar *,e a*bb and
iiiw* it*si pKaaant timaM and eugar
■ •( lin t null thi* uhi* Tnt’ii tr*.la
• a i*- Mb 4ltki *; lot l.id lo| .*4id not
ion* iui if you ran, at this |Mr
. .1 < ll M
mad** p aii<i w > hll*l win W* m*>
-i t tit* • n’ in t log ' hi*iii In th#* e lid
• of th- \Vtoiii H. ag-rvr mini
| It *-th aatt.rr* fi in (’unitvollcut, an am-
Mftnu# hunbiirni and hU Noting wifr*
1 ha\ .*? rhltid thrni t.i#* old l*>lk at
bom#*, U oeii.K tAmt th> *itl novr k-*k
uiwi ih#ir fa • * roor* Thajr havo votm*
#in* i*i.k i< g jiiriit*y In their covered
eagi‘n to th* I iit Ufa *f Ohio to
a homo in ide elidernei** The
ar** bid un-lv goto Th* timber *B*.\.
•it 11 ;•***! nig lie whtia th* ytiung moUier
liu'.i'i* lot r.*t #• to mi In # u twilight
ai.‘ •nultb at thr door #lll of the rude
Cat -in It .■ ,i aufTl lent ihtltor from
tn*- waailiwr, nut no rag arpet covarad
•i* punch#''t flv>r to -ioihe the ev** with
tie w*ft coloring, no pic tme* hung u|m*h
i the mul*chtiU-'1 wail of log’ There wan
no lark of fo*el t*• #* The virgin s* H,
r.aver before turned by a pUiwehar**.
unruight forth rMiouwlv Htaniim: nt hi*
door, #h huabaial might kill wild tur
key.** with hie r UIe There Ha game In
l - iun de**i and muirrele. >eum wild
•lu 'lm wood ptge.a.,- at i onra In a ktig
B a * null tn > iighlv prized
of a!) meat*. |**rk VN ltd herriee grew all
about, and iiera nd lh*’re U(>eprung a tree
paniod by Johnny Appl-i**ed, ragg#*>l.
wi.d enthuei!v’, that he t aimont n
leg*tidwry here* in Ida hrnafleent reeolMe
to * attar far and wide over the n *
ountry Mi** beet frull God
gave to man. Them *p i>ienty
to eat but when at kiet
the more of fruit for winter wat exhaum
•d. the aoul n kened at the plenty of
[ mate animal fo*d
"‘I *roah't 'ua* go twe cotild hev pie
' lack tiNetn we uaa t> git hack hun.' mg he
" ‘Laral ak*‘i‘* I’rlah K nney! I ain't
go* n* mortal thing I could make a |d?
aoiit o*.*’ rotorte the wife
' No. I mo not I ain't 4'faultin' ye
I I war unly savin' I wioalrt dwaw tot we
could hev 4 pi* luck thm * uaod to git
ba* k hum 'Twuuld kind o' eeem more
'Then th wife falia to Idttng the end
of h*i forefinger She plana, *lw nodi
?ate. O i. wunun of a tliceisand wonderful
In van ion#.' Southing ha.- go< to glv,
w .ien t' y t rain t) owe ite weight
t problcnia Ua lit In this In*tame, a vliw
‘ Goeh. Polly! Thii lr Pekin' goo*l* ex.
1 clatma the hunt and, wiping h * mouth
with on*- liwr and w hile he hold* out the
oilier for a thi id piece of pie. (Cro* kerv
was scarce In those day*). Tl#en he
epreads the new?-
B> uarn! aivs he o the next man
he tn* ei s, 'my Polly Ann med a pie f m
day h fora ylatl klv *> the ali-firedest
neat p'.e I ever et '
Mho' d* uUr the rrun that heats him
Can't git nup-pi* tins t.nio o' >eT Prut s
all gin ••nil '
•* By dam! she m*d it anyhow.' and he
mu his Hie. ‘Smartest woman I ever
e. Mel H ant o' vinegar, she did. T*ll
: veo*. Tetohed the .-|>ot. It did '
• I want to know, aays tha other man.
Admiringly And h* did The recipe **os
1 pass’ and around, and vinegar pe spread Ilk”
I wild-fire to the southward t<> the people
! *hat call a pall a bucket and a t*aain a
pan, and where tliey have a letter r
broad enough an*l fiat enough to roll out
|.|* t rust on iti of an enn rjrencv
ncmmy of that d**ar soul that fire* di •
oyered vtnegar pie; ye*, even vinegar
|.|< It -elf lias passed *w ay. too. save In
ilia r*t oilerti>*trs of the ohler iea|d. so
-tut# •un I h*v*’ us*-d the name of HU'-
i ay. but that was la •Huse I thought it
sounded kind of Yankee, hut 1 slundd ilk*'
know her real name, end where she
~l# rs . that I might tUtWI h*-ai<le that
wred-grown hollow that wv *>nc a
mound ahoxe her that I might read the
money epitaph on hor leaking tombstone
A Faithful Friend. M*klu*r I>ear.
A Living Wife ll* hurlod here.
• J should like to lav 4 posy on thit
grave. 4 posy of ©id-fashioned single pinks
1 r>d phlox and ftwee: William flowers
that she knew and liked lam sure she
vsou.d know of it and **ppr* lai It. thougo
aouKI r*rot#at it w i-n t worth while
making a fuse about Yet I know tha*.
- rie-how sie would fee*, that the hard
.rn** s;.* had wlwn they were all d-wvn
AN. h tin lever n' nger.' sh* an l Jeruahy
uid l’ii*/i 1 hiking one day and Adonlram
md the twins ch,lllng th* next day. and
• ft*, rows go’ l*et in the woods, and noth*
t,g listed g*>*jd. they were all so poorly,
and the houae *x>ksl like <iUtr*ctlon l*e
.luao. seem-like she hadn't Ihe amblnion
■ k* ep it picked uiv-that somehow .i
at hard tlnu* w being made up io her
low I just know she 1* the Good
Pie not po much l*• cause She d|s*’OV red
ihe vinegar pie, t.iougii that is mu* h, but
b -ause I don't se* how the (iood .Man
•on Id ever have the heirt to turn awiv
onv woman that brought up a family in
Ohio away back in tha *airly days.* M
—ln Tarts of Fran> a they ran *e* f c*|y
give wine away. Owing to tha big vintage
and tha arclty of cask* wine is selling
at 1 rent a4 quart at many vineyards in
the Bordeaux district.
KNOWS NO DISTINCTION
llleh and Poor Alike Anlfer from Ca
tarrh In This Climate.
All observant phyatoten* have nottesd me
iiormou* increase In catarrhal disease# In
recent years, and the most liberal end en
lightened have cheerfully given their ap
proval to the new internal remedy,Stuart s
i'atrrh Tanlets. as the must succestlul
and by far the safest remedy for laiarrh
One W.i! known eatarrh specialist, na
toon # he had made a thorough test of
this preparation, diwurdcd mnalers. wash
es and sprays ami now depends entirely
upon Riuarta Catarrh Tablet* In treat
ing catarrh, whether in the h#wd. thtot
Dr. Blfilell SI'S '.n patients wno had
,o*l the sense o 1 emsli entirely end sveu
where Ihe hearing :ms tesun to be aflf> t
ed from catarrh I have had fine result*
after oni) a few weeks’ use of Stuart a
Catarrh Tablet*. 1 can only explain their
action tgi the theory, that th# clearaUig
and anuaepUc properties of the tablets
•lestroy the catarrhal germ* wherever
found, because I have found the tablets
equally va.uable lu • rrh of the throat
and stom ie.i as mi nasal catarrh."
Dr. Esiaatook ai# Rtuart'a Catarrh I
Ta dels are • ipec,ally u- ful in m#al ca
tarrh and ca arm of the throat, clearing
the membranes of mucus and apetsllly
ovr rcoming the hawking, coughing and
Any sufferer from ca arrlt will find
Stuart's Catarrh Tablet* will give Irome-
Itat relief, and being In table: form and
phasant lo the taste are convenient and
alwaya ready for u*e. as they can be. car
ried in the pocket and used af any lime,
as thev onlalgi no polno tous drugs, but
only th# cleansing inttaepil- properties of
Eucalyptus i>ark. QuaUcal, Moot root
Hydra *t in.
All druggists sell Ihe tabloU at 50 cents
ior complete Ucalmvat.
Strength f \
Vigor l J
Mr. C. M. Scott, 1840 />ra *H* '
cheater Avenue, lUwton. Mjjm , /JW E
hiw he Ircamc a etroup, hearty man •/ J/
•• About two year* ago I aufTared fr*im g**n- I
era! debt Illy and I doubt If theie *• mivUnly ntnr* 1
utterly tnlaeraMe than I wna. I hat nollie or energy, rnd wasai iepreuied 9
luenlally us Iwm worn out physically. It u m a n> 1 at h.I tiiiueual for uie to H
go to aleap over mg work Ii raa I witff S
1 1 ■ h.HuI. weary nor nervo • mi I retired at
teu o'clock. Instead of going toaleep I would t©*aaui turn t well on into I
the moruing. and when 1 awoke It waa w:thntt an> fecitnv . rcfieshed f
or reeled. I bat ao much fieah that 1 got down lo IJU p< utida in weight, and I
1 had nodeatrv for f<KKI. I
*• January a friend urged na to fry !>r. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale I
?*e*ple. I had prevloiialy tried many dlfTWrent klodn f r*um ill* and had B
consulted three phyalrlana, but the little relief thev gave nm very brief, so I
1 was completely dlacouraged. My frieuda, however, lualattd uni 1 tried the I
madid ne. I
•• By the time the aecond box wa* begun there waa such e\ ident Improve
ment tiat 1 continued taking them till the ninth box, win n 1 1. t tl. .* i wu
entirely cured. I now weigh l.** pounds. Ttiere la no eigu of narvouaneaa, !
reef wdl and feel strong, uid am abie tu anjoy life oiitw more M . boot
sia feeling a little run down a few weeks ago, hut she lm mediately beg* 4
taking Dr Wlillama link Piila for I‘aie l*e*>pleaud aha la expci ieuclug na
aaiuu beaefioiai reaulla that I did "
tsignad* C. M. B^rr.
Or. Williams’ Pink Pills
for Pale People
Are told tn boaag rnever In bulk * •© cents * he*, or ati betas fhr $z ao, god mar *w
had of all driigftata. or direct by 41*11 fruoi Da. Wii.lism* Mann in* 1 "Nruo,
Useful : Articles
Is Composed Partly of the Following:
PORT I EKES FOIL FOLDING DOORS.
HOT STI FF STOVES.
INLAID LINOLEUM* AND STRAW MATT INO A.
READ'S ODORLESS REFRIGERATORS. *
UPHOLSTERY O'(iPH AND LACE CVRTAINB
BUCK’S STOVES AND RANGES.
AXMINRTF.It AND VELVET CARPET*
IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS.
HHADEH TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
LEATHER LOUNGES AND ROCKERS.
VESTIBULE LA' U. AND LACE I'ANF.LR
IMFERIAL BABY JUMPER.
MANTEL SCARFS AND CHINA BILK
PEDESTALS AND LADIES’ DESKS.
couch and table coverh
KEROSENE OIL HEATERS.
WILTON AND SMYRNA RUGS. ALL SIZES
COMBINATION BOOK CASES.
Theae are only a few ©f tha thing* we have. We have Juet what you want,
and the quality and the price la alwaya right
Our Motto, "Not How Cheap, but How Good.** In carried out all through the
We want t© aell for CAHH. bul If you have not got all the rath, and your ref
erence* are right, your credit will lie gn<*i for the balance.
Froai the moat relrhrated mauufnclaret-*, both llre-praaf and
burglar proof aafrs aud vault donra.
We carry an Immeaae atork of Klrr-pruof Safes. Oar atorh em
brace a vrry elrgaat Itae from Tl to 4.15K1 pounds. Inclusive,
single and double doors, aad m visit lo oar establishment lo In
spect these flraanl infra mill he n source of mark profit nnd la
alrnellon lo our frieuda.
Thr prlee will hr aa low in any really Fire-proof Safe can he
made, and our motto la Raallly and Safely of the drat import
•end or call on ns for further parttralara, rululoarue aud prli-ea.
Wholesale Ajjents for Manufacturers
McDOAOUGH & bALLANTYiNE, V
Iron Founders, Machinists, m 1
lllar ksmlth, llolle r ■>■• k r-rs. m* n■■ (a r-1 urer, ol stall,, i.
I'll Hill! l orlalilr I i.mM.i ■ ' .-ill. 11l m>,l r..|, lliirmlfii.
I oru Mill*. <t Mitt nml I'm.. l, |m, t l i.ll. ..
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc.
UibAY ST kI.LT. W**L
W. ROSS GRAVENER,
Manufacturer s Agent,
RAILWAY ATI) MILL irPPLIII,
J’rovtdant Dullaing, Savaanah, Ug
of Fire-Proof Safes.
These tiny C jptulet are tupe'art
ta Balsam of Copaiba,
Cubebso# Injecfionsami fmnjf ll
CURE IN 48 HOURSV lV|
tho tam diseases without!
HAIR ft BALSAM
ygL jkSZ'L Mi *l4 b***n ni half.
H 1 ' MW*#*# • la*ui • f’.'Wh
HR ‘' r*4 • to KMtor# dm
l& v. 11*1# to 1U Touibfui Cos I r.
Curt* w-r <1 •••*• X hair lae.jf.
r. 4Me.*sJ|l mm I>r*n|i4* B
Empty Molnanva Uosahenda tom
C. M. GILBERT & CO.