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Stately Homes in Fashionable
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Pioneer Who Brought His Family
to Oregon From Massachusetts
'Around Cape Horn in 1 844
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Wrlua .tf Tht Jowail by Will T. Am fmlia f u Mrl ffon of th
Kirk. lurdf p4or bw aiaad lb gTP f
ANK of IK rtJMt piaarr lo plac baUful komM of ' Capla . Coocfc'a
faith in -III fulur dvJoprant dawfhiara and (h wlJw of Caplatn
Uor rortUM w opiaia jobs ll. ruadora. tlca bomoa, with thutr apa
Caveb, who aaitlod bar with bla etoaa crouada, auuly lrwa. baaauful
family la IK, aad took up iwr- abrubbary and pratly drtvawaya. ara
vrnnant donation land c talma wbvra aumbrd amooc tba ahow olaoaa ef.tht batwaoa Irrlnr and Jehnaon
bow la tba aoart r tna buainaaa and city.- Mra. n. U. Wllaoo, Twaauatb and lioyt airvan waa a wildraM of tinibar. Bat fllin tha tinbar aad Waring tba Und. death In 117. wbra they rnovad farthar rhang-d. Tbara ha a bn but ooa dd.
rMoiso aiainru or tna city, win aim ia trua (roup, WDica la LB tna woo "rwmtm, uma urn. uaorra jl riuan, n anw jnar aa u at ma aaaa or t a plain touch built bla Jo cabin bom away from tba mar to tba mora da that
1 1912 rTWttlflEYINa AND cX33NaCJ. CTC
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atraata: bla aurroundlnca. On aafh alda of tha brother. Tba mo put alharo to work thy llvad until aftar Captala Courh a atlll on4 by tba Couch helra baa aoa
rflftf f mm that aAriaHaMt t W r
waa Captala Oaorga IL Flaadara, bla Kill dl at net. ara tba boaiaa of Mr C Nlaataantb and FlaaUora atraata Cap- daap aaa aavlgallon. tba loalcal laealloa whvro now la tba aouthwoat ornar of alrabla rvalJanra location whara their Couch and her dauahtara. Tha oatant
brotbar-la-law. wba aoqulrad aa Intaraat H. Lawla. Nlnataaatb ' aad OUaaa a Couch left on (bar daughter, for a city, aad bla prophetio viaioa ourth aa4 lloyt atraata. aaar tba preo- attractive horoea now ara. waa not Ueu-d until aftar tba death of .
la tba da I ma, wbkh eorarad aeraa. atraata; lira. Be4aay Ollaaa. Iflaataaath Hlaa Mary IL Couch. -. , leaped through tba yaara until ha aaw ant Union drrot groanda. Tba cabin Tba Utla to that portion of tha land- Captain Couch.
e i i It waa la lit that CaoUIn Couch grant build In a In Dlaoa of tba Lhlcketa. Waa neap a. aeka whlrh lha ranleln i i
rirat aallad up tba Columbia and WIN baaullful lawna whara tba underbruab named Couch lake. On tha weet alda
ismeue rivera. ab Indian stood on tba waa aanaa, and elty atrrata whara tba of bla cabin ba plan lad aa orchard
umam 91 ma wuiamaiia, aaar tna prea- ucer ana inoien aad rnauo ineir irana. ' aring ll gcraav
cnt root of Washington atrcet, aad ,ThH J wkcra t ahU raat my lot." Other aettlera followed and tha
' ",J WH1 1 1 JuN rUK inJ UUUKNALt ft,Y A. Cl ,?" f ho" wUl" wr "I'Plng In vord apot of tha -Taclflc .coaat. My vant of a railroad, and Captalna Couch
ananwaaBBWaaBMaaBaaaawaBBBaBBaBBaaBHaaBaBBBBBBBaaa th braaaa. H waa'aurroonded by tha acarcb la ended." " , and riaitdera gva tba Old Oregon tVn-
tYVUB .,i,:.t . P.c'r. morbid ar inaraVa- bnt kln-falr-t - rtah. iii't':??. ViVl.'J 1' " !n',?w ' " "I " ' ompanf 1 city block.
- - - - - ...... v' , T. "1 ""' '""'' nn a, imu. I'lue pinoi lor aim noma porr on ins ooaac or ror termiaai g rounds.
Gill c,v!. iTTY; ,f moJt climbs akyward. Th.ra wera MaaaachusetU. whence ha had coma by Among tha ploneera who came and
could not . foraat It. con Id navar . build ma Ath. .i.. . m. . . ,.. . , . . . ...
ItAVR awl, k.n ..nua . i.fc ..i... 4. ..i.. i, -'" way ui vapa iiom. mi -waa tna urn aiora in conquering me wnaemeaa were
uavs navtr oean accustomed to and launch anotbar to take lta Placa. ria thin ti.. ... - ... .... , 7 ...
aarly Hatng. as paclally when llrlng Ha bald and cherlshad arar a Tary tan- ward hlra Ha ld. from Tlaw and aaw WHIamatta aa far aa Oregon Citr. and rived in Portland in ma rh c.-
CCWDUCTCD FOR THE. JOURNAL, riY LCAUUTTUt.-
, OL'NDS and how tbay ara frequently changed. Thla allaya Inflam-
healed, la a aubject worth mat Inn aa wall aa promoting natural
. looking Into, for It tbrowa healing, and where auppuratloa occura
light on all healing. Wa may It alda the "cleansing. In any wouraf-
city. A earn to breakfaat usual- dar and aacrad memory, orahlch ba it ihrii nr Kim ami -. , i i. v..-.. k. v.. v. tr..w .. .v. : ... .. ,
cama aany enough for ma. A aeiaom spoke: in nla aoul waa a aacrad rn tha dock r tha - wwi rk. .. -.. t.i.- .v ...!. . . t .." . " 7 ,,
man af fhla haKIt Ina.a Mii.h i- ahrlna a, tint nt KmIIm wharoln -in . . .TV. ' - viu-wiw ui-n waa nuouin in vi a wouna. w , may a now grn.ie, no wawr, in mj own caao. nut vauaji
f . ii7-imV.i i. . .. a row or bulldlnga along -ont..traeL .low and aubtla ara bar waya fleeing both ara obtainable.
gaTniVgood-drtoo:' How.irTAmo; which ,o iarylMd. .1? pTcod 'IT coura'a KetUni1 W,U """ which .aJLiiVi? on. -"".T ,h' h," -eaampllah. Too many aur.aon. raaort ta rlol.nt
Zana walTary different from ma In thla Though not a rallgloua man. In tha ordl- Jt. nJTmrVS, rX-ii- -v.?" Wbaa he arrired home ba Immediately "i!0 ' J5fam, on" ,h ! how little of tha proeeaa la vlalble. mc.su re aa cautery and nnnacea-ary
respect. Country or city, summer or nary aanaa.- Zana believed that
winter, ha waa up. and out aarly, alwaya awaateat aalnt In heaven constantly aaw
wore a in ine Bummer ana never later mm, amura upon nim, iovea mm axui; watara of navigation for ocean going unknown poealbllltlea. Ha buUt tha Lewis
.P""i pi anorieai oaya. " . V"T Teaaala. Tha brig reached Oregon City, bark Chanamua, which waa modeled
Ana on nis eany morning walka along la nerr . 4conoc1as.ro r Btnumtnuii .hra h.- . .-n.n ..m..i .ct.- t.i.. ..4 . c-. .
city atraeta or on bis great weatarn But I hava aald that Amog Zana waa a CapUln Couch built a warehouoe for bla an Indian chief. Ho rounded Capa Horn tera warn marred to prominent phyat- tbavt wo have llttla to do In puratlon whara foraign matter geta
ranch big eyea ara alwaya keenly open, different man. merchandlae and engaged in buslneaa. onca mora and returned to Orecon In clan, of tha ,.rlv rt.v. M. k.i- nr the matter beyon.1 not Interfering. . And Into the wound. Cauteriatng la barbar-
hla mind aetlva; there la alwaya a pur- - " soon tba watera of tba aprtng fraahet l44.Jtled hla ablp near where bad stood K. B. Wilson and tha other Dr Rodney tnl" confirmed by tha fact that tha oua. and I am glad to be austalned on
poae. If not one yet clearly defined, la Become a Millionaire. , began to recede and Captain Couch waaThe Indian who watched bia coming four Q I lean. All three of tba daughters are wound of an Ignorant aavage heals aa thla point by Dr. J. H. Tllden, who eaye:
hla morning obeervationa and rnedjta- zne'a first work In tha far west waa "rned that his Teasel was In danger, years before, and caat bla lot In the now widows. quickly and surely as tha wound of a "To cauterise a wound la tha height of
lions. herding sheep. In two years ha bad a H lifted anchor and drifted down tha land of the Betting sun. After they wera married they built profeaaor In a medical college probably Ignorance and superstition, and tha acmo .
w ..." " band of hla own. In five years he bad au-eam xo near kobs isiana. wnere n his zamiiy waa. win mm. bo waa homes In group between Fourth and the aavage baa a better chance on tha or crude surgery. 11 is aaamg injury 10
a-"-' ...m i-.aw .ur a. .in averai bands, and control of much land. l,oa nia -amp xor a uma ana stuaiea captain oeorga li. nanders, his wires Fifth
lhaf Tartan ll Wai 9 f aa W aa taUsk an aa aaa aa aa c aa a aa A u..
r sra5.i1 "v. tLX"srz'zi "'.i,;'.b,r.:r.T sura; tzzrssn rrnsri i"y'".t' sr-ssn. is 5J"ft
till: watera of navigation for ocean aotna unknown noaalbllltlea. Ha built tha 1...1. phyalcal eye, though partUIIy dlacov- too much atresa la laid upon it It can
f. .-.. arable to tha eye of reason, This con- never be thorough; and must alwaya ba
ouch".' aWhteTT. Two oher daVgh" clraent ue-U aom.thlng, too. It supplemented by vlUl Cleanslng-aup-
I V ,Vl u vl mn1 2l!a It la an old story; ha did what many
d.1eh;,hd not!en 'row another man starting as a sheepherder
most of his young ce-workera he would n, aon tnou n wer ,0 .uocess-
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pita mmainwi in iui acini gr ail
ful. - Ln&n he acquired became valua-
ablllty jbded hla labora But being dlf- oI fop rarrn!nr He' branched out Into
ferent, he gained promotion early, man- otner .nUrprl8eB .nd prospered. In all
i.."'v? "OJ"" money and at the he undertook he waa successful. "What
' l ot "truck out for tha far west. ever ha touched turned to gold." Ha
Not one in a hundred other young men became a millionaire several" times over,
n like circumstances could and would After 2 years he put his business in
thus break free from tha chains of their trustworthy handa and went back to tha
city and mill environment--bUt Amoa, great American metropolis. It: waa
as I hava said, waa ."different." theref a zew yearg mg9f that with soma
i-aw. ',i e.L.i difficulty I found him, after he had
i .nc uir. nc m ocDiuu, been there most of tha time for 10
- When he came 1 weat
sweetheart, a girl of.
worker though 'In a " different
When she waa 14 he had
ivwral in Popular Jcieixcc
Pope 'a Private Garden. , , Train Phones for English Railroads.
DJOININO tha Vatican grounds In Passengers from L-ondon to Brigh-
streets, north of Burnslde. Hera average. (By tha term nature tha read- Injury, and prevents nature from estab-
er will understand is meant the supreme llshlng drainage."
power working In tha world of material As In the healiua; of wounds, so In tha
things.) cure of disease, nature's way ia g-rad-A
wound Is always a rupturing of ual, as mild as poi rible, and if not med
skln, and the healing of a wound Is a died with,, thorough. .
growing of new skin in a way. to close Aid may ba rendered, but to ba real aid
up the veasels ruptured. For the body it must likewise ba gentle and in bar
la not only enclrscd in lta envelopes of mony with nature. Water, heat. cold.
skin, but It Is the same with every or- Hltht, sleep, fasting, diet, exercise, ma-
Letters and Germs.
Did you ever hear that It la dana-eroua tm and cell, and It la by virtue of their nlpulation; all these ara natural med.-
xtome sianas me pinuar rem- ion, juigiana. wiu snoruy do aDie 10 to open your morning mall at the break- skins that all parta of the body take cinea. 10 ne ubcj wun gooo juagmem.
dence of the pope with its quaint Bend or receive telephone mea'aages r.. -Via Acriii.o . niii. .m from. d when so used they ara both relief
private garden, famed for its dls- while on the train, aa the Indon Tne bloodc.rriea the materials to riving and curative, , .
play ' of carpet bedding, foun- Brighton A South Coast Hallway has mor lLrJa'l ,B derou" h,ft, anH .ht Ilfa wh,ch n0e1 . -
i-roieasor . ivron nas succeeaea r. . ' : :r i. .. .
cases of contaglorKto " Kt hatiatlOTl of L,oal Sunn V
i tie uiuuu lyrvviuiiig w iaxrgjw
..f -. fc'a vearf iH had known him wall ' to tha : toto"'': I"-W- aUtues and graceful decided . to install the train telephone ry. Profeasoi
i . "erent mill. - apart , for the use of his holiness J the a wireless one and Is capable of being down at the breakfast table before Wood vessels are ruptured, lows out
hail hannaned (n In meaest apartments in : ine-Dlg town, . . ' .l. ... ., . ... . . . nnan n. anl irninif th.Aii.il clots and forma u scab aa temAonrr n
- . , v. , . ;r , mt ..-.- 4ni,,. -i..iv nrl. pupo. nun me Vatican anu bi. rer a, mrnea in iiui eacn inairument re- a"...o .... ..- --------- - . . " ., , .
rescua her from sudden' death as aha i'JJS9 the pope may be said to reign over a ter- ceives only tha message intended for in mall. ;H. calls attention to the substitute for skin, and underneath this mimoti tons. It is easy to
was aboutto be run over by a fire en- vately , In hls ZntZtror ot 80 acres, for. strictly 'speak- lt, to the exclusion of all -others.- rt 'ct that tho average man and woman the new skin ceils are built, gradually that ,r tne rat) of workln(r Jn,
of waltlnr until vmi 'lrst
ine avHimuia quantity us vmu in uia
proved coal fields ia nearly 100,000
. , j L " I: ' . - hanainaaiia ammtr iha f atnn wirkarn nrar' 01 Bcrea, lor,-Bincuy speaK- ii, 10 io exclusion v or an otnera 11 v .-a -.. --. c mat ir me rate 01 woreinj increases as
Ji hir!aotK!.n IZvlTS "o. Itll?".oll:.- commercial .eat on April . fown Jt ytt b ng .nUmn, out f. of. tha . u , our wal wUl completelv
r - . . :I . k . , iireiy unaer me jurisaiciion ot ine vain zu last on an exDenmeniai iracK at ' " a,- -. uuuxu, ruumrvu unwi USCg. aRa...
tiMMi esAafl a maaaw ao rrKa i as nnr. icjr- unr saam. av r - . , - . . :. . . - . - . a a. I j w . . . a. .
promised to marry" each other. Thla' ber, for her sake.
was one reason why Amos struck out for . f ' l- T ;"
the weet; he waa resolved to place hia A Labor of. Love.
,,.feenJ?',en!..m)udlllr Bnd - W induced me to walk with him sev-
hls family in different circumstances 6ral m0mlngs. He always chose the
Stratford-on-Avon, the ' birthplace of and throat gargled. In thaf condi- meet and -unite. - Now, as It is a princi-
exhausted in 175 years.;
ah.b..n.... .h.. m.. -nm tv. tion he is prepared to ea,t without dan- t.i r amwth that man arrows from We nave in mis worm or ours oniy a
- well! known novelist, spoke the inaug-' "or of swallowing more disease germs with outward, it will" ba seen "that, it Is limited aupply of stored up energy; in
ural message. . may nava poasiDiy eacapea me accord with this principle "that the me untwo taiea a very lumwo oiur
, watchful attentions of the cook, But deeper, skins - thai have been injured namely, the coal fields.-' ."Tha rate at
- - 4-n at Att A f1 s4l1a BlieiaV lai kaaaiill Mi til.. - ., t W iVIi. aonnl I aa Knln aw a kniialnil
Klectric Fans Displace Screens. 17j r r.LT,. "T."'"""" must heal before the surface skin L
Cost of Steel Cars. -
According to an estimate in the Rail-
from those which were their Inevitable 'wrhi.t, ' D ...mhaHi way Age Oaaette, the cost of aubstltut-
fate if he remained a -city mill worker. "naad to thole dallv toll. steel bars la estimated at about . yJLVZr; nd papers which hava passed throueh L" IZa .u. i. -.Z. J... i. has been increasing steadily for . tha
. . " . ItIA AAA AAA AA .1 1 w ' w.i v V . Hupniu i J . ... . , . . UOMIS. L AHU - H 1 wn v ... v. -u . , ,. .
many hands before reaching his own.
Between bites he ; opens envelopes and
wrappers, and in doing so unthinkingly
i.i T3... -n,i- I- lasi tu year.
x ii aoiv a a v w v v vv v ,wud v ui v iu ;ia
In Great Britain, and ever since the
H- had md aomethin,fc of opportunl- H.itche'd ffe.r 'meitions. 1630.000.000. t the beginning of this tlS? 4?
ties In the great west, he had courage a read them He often nointed out in- year there were about 8000 passenger ,LJztf2 Z -t.T l,,Jt..
buvu-u, tneir home ana ractory surrounamgs, aa iiouuiuUa. uovv. ttBi,H(. ovep tha doorwava on the out- ""' iur o suvorpuon or aa , - , 7 at.... - nv.i .. . amount naa increa
her in two or three years, at most. But he knew all about them personally, ber.of passenger coaches is about-64.000 0.vhe' rS3Si is said to kinds of Kerms wnlch "my or ot !nte"al V ' .jLl? . tplra million tons
n.iah.K vnw ttn-mr nr iui e. 1 wa- h.. ' " .V . . ... .... - . ah. nnK. i e , . Blue ana mo araii freaiea is saia w . . j i m " trniihla T.nclHaw aometlmesr occurs In . . . .
......... H4, ,eemM M)S to iook tncougn many " effectually crevent flies from entering . w ".-. narm.
.w" J"i iA-br sLi. -f ii. -of them individually, aa wall as in thO ' sbout I per cent ofthe totai .Qf the f l1! J.f tTlenver the 4 ' . - TT
Alice Tates waa the elder girl' left
-S af -JKW .Sti JS4 travel of a Z Tne toTres! , NwW.; Explosive Most Powerful:
to close the wound : outwardly .before
, paves the way. for the absorption of all rp.al" hv w.0?!" 11!! amount has increased by three and a
trouble. Lockjaw sometime occurs in ,Wtrdt,nanV,n" f jSt?-. m .
such cases wher the external healing of coal ralse(1 Jn the United Kingdom
proceeds faster than the. '.internal, or Jncrt)a8ea from 286.000.000 to .88,000.-
where the wound t seaiea tip oy aruri-, 000 tons, enual to six- tona ner head
knma half i rlrkean AhllilwAM ' Uaa ' . .as at 4 ana.- a.tit wa.11 V. nTl 'ssvaaI aAM
mother, who also had been a mill work- them 8lavM of circumstances and con-' atrucMon, so that- at' the end of this ;n h nolrTnt tntttaM sol conYrol of Hud.on u.Vw n .t" c,al means. The reason is apparently of population, againat three and a half
r for many years was inow a bedridden dltlons'golng-to their dally toil, hava ' yeaj fully .S per cent of all paasenger -.X -aa to plosive which aarflTt Z, ,n the P" ork there is some tonsln l?eliiirn. two and a half tons
invalid. - Beside, her daily toil in the a fa8Cination for me;" he aald one morn- cars will be of steel, while 8 5 per cent Den"tailed? it Is claimed mat ot" SestrucUve osle Je bv nv waste not unlike the sawdust and chips ,n oermanyTahd one ton In France,
factory, Alice had to wait mrhar mother. to..,,f.,,., , W , . - . tae! underframea. v .Thb percent- fJ. The valuI ofhU new exnlosiv - :-Ot a carpenter repilrlng. and this waste., England's commercial supremacy and
be a mother to younger children, and do : cona is a .human soul, each one wooden cars in service haa J1" 1. iolrww Is wide told Uwtatt Z-- mst escape to the surface or poison the its power of competing with other Eur-
ll0LJ w-Sea1 out fr0m M 0thn T87nVtLthr'e trm 0P Ind'cVstomera wound. opein nation, are. obviously governed.
&Jlr "-J.q2 - . passing-em and out- , - use. Mr. Maxim Bays he teHeves the so far as can be seen, by the relative
nartfXrafon . AmaHc.?. Where Bleeding Is Profuse. price of coal, .and when . price. ,ri,e
LTH XJJV TO Make Motion Pieces of lts than any other.for the destructioV of " where the bleed.ng is profuse and not JT it
not mnratitf : v"" " -" e....nrar , waaiBiupa ot Bny enemy wun nigh ex- to h atanched. it Indicates that an ar- " "-'
a MM.sf.vaa , niAa.i.a .! . -- " . - .r n a no a rtnrrta n .nr Tnmmii mf m i
teVrha. s;;.reTand;metf te t" f t8m'M a4 mt
cial means must be resorted to or the
girl. ' tnougn mentally ir not morally .... , '. . . . ...,
t anal nf ki malaa . Th. Buowi. l'w ajo wuiuau wuuu iaui rawnuuni on wma. . ns uuin, a uto ; -
BUPenor to most or ner males. ina . .i.. .. i . . . . - ; ....... ' A atp.mahln . Mmnanv nnoratlnnar a
j. u- i.nMimnhltilnl ut--' .a IB an Illillliv-ijr uinr wuui.il uu v, nuspivai . anu mailiuillicu ll, auiljr r - - , . ; . ' a.
burden sna uncomplainingly pore Was vj. ...t v , . . -. ....' an Una between New Turk and Bermuda. , . ". . . ... '
too heavy, for Her,--She bora it long ::".-.-"".--'-'. -T" "TT. 7." ! S,.-T"a:r ... "u.r ."7r ta to mciuda motion ntctura .bihitiona. rgenune tcepuouc ' nas - test victim will bleed to ; death. Pressure
after- the abiUty- to sustain it was im- UV.V-.","" -" 1"-. 1- ".k::... n which reiurnlna nlssenr. mar sei ? V BatUeshib. : : , upon the artery ct a point between the
paired, ; and collapsed only when her Z J"" . ' ' themselves, as one of the diversion, oi T.;.an.. wound and tha. heart. wiU' check the
trength of mind could no longer bus- lVrr".",TT"w .V ""II," ' " , k" ;. I'" UT.." -Tr7 I. " the voyage. A nractical motion cloture .i,Tw r a71i:r. ."Y""r'"'. bleeding until the surgeon arrlvea
u DodV wu.a w v. -uvuavw v wiw v J " M t. B aiivi. atliu wv.uu. o.ii. ; - r t . - . a aaT a. , 1 I ', b .
Than thn end came nulcklr- "nllnn. age ana up o inaepenaence. xam aquaior, aiaea eensioie insreaa or roouan mar- r ' ? " ---"-- --- ora xiiver piani, vjuincy. Mass.. and
intn -ms enu utmo quicmj , gsjiop- " ,. i u. i w. - i . ward bound and takes a. aeries of scenes i. k. i j '
tain the Impoverished and diseased body.
- , '"Where the Medals Came From,
-. Delegate James Wlckersham of Alas
ka, at a reception' in Washington, nod-
The surgical work necessary varies ded .tather contemptuously toward a
months. She would not write the truth
oB. .... ; , m- - . -. -iw. auu - ... k. t mucn aecoraiea-general.
h:'0.rJ"dne??' ?ne.. ?"rnoLene".05 .?. tr or . - -"r ?T',?.. ;un.ehA .f Z IS1 rT ; "You see those thr- superb medal.
tneir -uvea ia cnuugn iu maaj mngeus grouna near me great cuy, lor meir . " . v : - . . . - ...... . ,icmlUB neiiuuuo uie iwrai na Dion """" . -" an - s-pncral'a breaatT" ha ajilrt "Wll
to Amoa. lest tha Tlong trip aha felt weep-if angel... rert you how he got them.. Ha got
he would make would be too great p .fi,rLwr J?L2??."Z. .w-"" ateamer will -hu- ba7rivn.d'to aea 1'r" Vt . V''". T. k- thi na-I w ft v. the , third, bcauae no aireaoy nad two.
i He got tne aecona Decause na naa one.
- . n. . k. rrr tha fifttt !. ha Vl . 1
Keeping the wound none" ..
sacrifice for " him: so Just When ha Mm toll of thesa thousands, a few 'hla meana,' he devoted himself to the ftftamef will thus be. privileged to sea "Rivadavta" will be able to fira twelve uously. when the healing will proceed
a eeeing his way clear to aenT for hnndreda of people take daily toll, and real, practical betterment of the claas themaelves in lifelike action upon tha 12 Inch guns on either broadside, or" naturally. ? The wound wUl then heai
. i M iv it. a La. . a aaamaasfBi YflrMir.naV frtrfnnol A a v i tt lna Art " nw1 i af4 wrhnm Kt f-t I. wAiirh h acrean. V . . " eia-ht. ahead and eleht Mlara .mm within out " keenlnsr tha otirnl
from within out
saturated with clean water prevents its
. closing prematurely and In auperf iclal
her. he heard of her death. . After that amasa. fabulou fortunes, assuming- on of people of whom ha had In youth been
he was a still mora "different" man. that aooount to he the aelect of tha ona .-But he did this not because of that, . , . . -
Amos Zane waa perhaps one of those earth.- O, well, one man can do little, but in remembrance and for the aake of iwo auioi wmDinea into Motor i'lre ngine ierving 64th Year. closing prematurely and in superficial . arths Core of Iron.
lovers or husbands whom wa used to out ror years paai mil my income except ona or tne tena or tnousanaa or over- SUge. ' . , Although the fire, department of- wounde la every m aa gooa aa oraimng From the varying tranemlslona f
read about, but rarely if ever see in enough for my bare neceasltiea. hss worked, underpaid, overburdened, under- The six wheeled auto stage which runs Muskogee a thriving city of Oklahoma. tn wound b tosarting a piece of,gause. eartb,uake VIbratlori-, Profa-or wi h-
real life, who ara "true- to wifa or gone, and for tha reat of my life. It will enlightened victims of this system, of between Fol son and Sacramento. Cl haa two big-modern fire engines, an It is better, for It la gentler. rt rmt.ludea that tha earth s core i..
sweetheart after she Is dead will never go. to aid tha moat needy of auch of making thlnga, chief of which la- money. . 0f local deaign, being formed by at- Amoskeag steam fire engine 64 years ; SeriouSaSpeunds will hava to be taken , ma,, or lrnn or wtm4 tt.y mil-! .
marry s-or make love to another. Ha these people aa I can hunt out, Ar.d So thia man will not lave lived quite taohtng an automobile body, 'with rear old la sU doing excellent service. One nra of under the eye of a surjreon, so diameter. This la aurroin-i.d tr
waa one of tha souls to whom such an then my estate, will be devoted to .he In vain. So the love plant ef ttrbt bum- wheels In place, to the back of another of the minor but Interesting features that Buggeations may seem superfluous; strong shell 39 miles IMf , ar - i
affliction Is one for a lifetime. The same purpose. . A- . ' . ble girl, manslaughtered by 'Business, automobile. Tha service of this lngen- of this old engine is the driver s seat but one thing ouichi to be Insisted upon which 1s a liquid or pl-f ic i rr
inner extremity of the wound never ' This waa Amos fcane's labor of love, grew i and bloomed. If vary briefly, ' not lous stage is regular, and it easily main-.-which looka like aa old laablpudd office and that' ia that the wound be kept weir an out.r limit about 29 rr-.- -s Is.
healod. Not that fca becune oXreoalvely (Uundreda of famlliee be iad harped la aJtogathar La vain. .. m-. tains a speed of IS miles an hour. -armchair. ' wrapped in wet linen which should ba the surf