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SATURDAY, 3VSF. 'ill PUT
FALLS CITY STOP
lust nil Ol III« « till K »t«' I .ill! -ill'll lllntll-
to Mrs Pcckliaiu. and. ìilthniiin» li Ita*
• hi- Arid rhang«» In h<pr l<i tli»'tit her lier InisbaiuT. lining to (he table, alie aotneu hat »o rti away II bus left Ita
j llfcht. gladsome nullin' ivcelvwl Its fit*! «a n about to aliatili tip the letter elVcvtw She la sili! M u tili, for ut
«b e n »ho saw that It « a s not where henrt alle la thè snuie tniinceut » li
Meanwhile the » ntmn « « ' rnn com- »he had put It. I ooklng on III# floor mali, thougli ter.» illtVcrrnt front (he
d a 's nf ber uli .hood
Kverv irne ex
tn« on. mill st»l|is »m l n'liiiitiotiM were i 1 for It. alie did not Hud It.
being hurriedly |Ut In i-en,lit1«ii for I “ Pm aure aomethliiB hue hu| patied cept hervelf tefers thè tisi! nf thè
» er. Ami till' inliliUi'.i. too weie lielut 1 to Hector." »lie moaned " I esile Moli termllli t" a shock cotulng frinii o ier
SI.e wotlld a" Bonn
hurried on In I heir ni iulrnili' i nurse, »lipped away on purpose ao that he stralli od nertes
delibi Iter evintele e aa »bulbi tbe mal
to be «re ilti a ted aa *<">n »s !io>iHltlea
wouldn't ham to aav iiiivthlng lo me
Ity o f thè viali. After Hiiffioli'tttly re
about It. But how pale he looked and
cove ring to talk al hi ut it n I ic ileelarotl
Tbe fo lio « In« spring 1‘t’i kin.in mui
tbat alte not only amelV'l Ilio sull uh
Holt « e r e jnuduatnl and assigned to
Thinking a draft might have blown
o f thè se», lini arte- Lesile Ho|f atnnd
a war vessel sat)In« for Cubit. I V k
the letter off the table, alie looked
Ing liefore ber not llfellkw. It la true,
ham and Kate were marr ed before ho
about until «be saw actuelhliig of a
liecauso he wba ver.v pule, unii he had
sailed. Tbe wedding w » » notable from
fbe number o f disappointed voting men light brownish color In a comer Here tbe ap|>earance <>f havtug t>eeii in thè
tn attendance. Hut every man o f tbrtn that It «n s llie Ic ier, which had been water. The onl.v (lilng to prove her
By E TH E L H O LM ES
swore by the hrhle and Considered the discolored, she seued It. What waa poaltlon w a« thè lefler »Ile recelted
and tbe aaawted. but lliat dlsap|>eiuad
(room the luckiest matt that had ever her Hiirprlee to find a »euneed.
There was sometblug «o utu nnny In durlng ber flrst shock and tiever waa
K a le Iztngdon was a character. Not
Kate, having joined the navy matri ell thla that she » a s now thoroughly reeovered.
Dropping the seaweed,
•specially pretty, she laid a w ay with monially. felt at home at a n »»a l eta
she put both bands to ber temples In
her that flrst attracted peopde'a arten
tion. and her anat. who adored her. In
tion. then won them. Some salt! she vlted her to romaln with hi r Indefinite en effort to regnili her equuuimlty. THE UMBRELLA AN ILLUSION?
Then, rushing out o f the room, she rnu
was very deep, others that she was a ly. So Kale staled where she would !
to ber auut and sank In a swoon.
simple child o f nature. She was cor-
Ten minutes later Hr. t'oggswell,
than at home. That was an exciting
talnly reckless. She would flirt with
summer First came news o f the light medical officer at Hie academy, waa
Tbe psychology of lbs umbrella 1«
several men at a time without heeding In Manila bay, then the entrance o f called t Professor l.,vnll's quarter*. Hn
the consequences and when cornered the Spanish Admiral 'ervera'a fleet found Mrs. Peck hum lying on a bed I d worth MtudytiiK. It does uot m illy. of
rourse, protect I ho Individual from the
a high stato o f nervous excitement.
would. If possible, dodge them all by Into Cuban waters. Its attempt to es
rain. It does little more Ilian shelter
Mrs. I,,vail told the doctor, be for»' be
flight, leaving them to settle the mat cape and Its destruction.
his li*'S»i. The ruin strikes Ids legs niut j
I’eckhatu and Holt went through this saw the patient, th»» story ber ulivo bis body just the same
ter among themselves.
Put It sa’ es
hail tolil her. and be did not iiermlt the
And so It was that some blatntd last fight, and «b e n It was over the
Iho rain from striking one's fac»\ which
ber, others defended ber. but all were latter office* was ordered to the com that the expectation for u long while la illstigrconhlc. It glM's a certain Illu
maud o f a small supply boat and d i
sion »if shelter nml flius shelters the
amused by ber. It was very Interest
rected to sail for the Brooklyn navy that her husband would at nuy time paycbo’ogy more than It does the body. J
lug to see a middy ci'ine upon the
participate In n natal engagement and
W e now have naterprnofed clothing, j
edge o f tbe vortex, get drawu in. >lrop
“ Can I do anything for you at home!“ the excitement attending the reoeut which Is n much more effective protec-
light had been a strain u|>ou her uervvs
out, giving place perhaps to a fellow he asked o f Peckham.
tion than the umbrella, lull people go
middy, perhaps to aD officer. Whether
“ Nothing, unless you will take a let that bed produced balliiciustion. He on buying and using umbrellas just the
tbe girl realized tbe wrong she was o f ter for my wife. You will mall it as
same. Their bodies do uot really need
tions that she w h s to lie kept ipiict.
ten doing, whether she was uncon | soon as you pet to Brooklyn.”
But Mrs. Peckhuui did not recovar them, but their minds have become uc i
scious o f It or whether she bad no ap
custom»«! to them
Meanwhile letter !
Peckham wrote a short note to his from tbe atriilu as souti as wus c iis i t- carriers 'and policemen go without !
preciation o f the tenderness of men's
wife and gave It to licit.
beans, certain It Is that she never s w u .
them and <!»> not seem to get any wet j
"Th e trap Pm to command Is not curred to give her a terrible baelt s»'t. ter than other people do.
ed either ashamed o f her conquests or
A telegram from Key \V»"»t appeaml 1
proud of them. Indeed, she gave every
It is probable that a colored umbrella
i I meet a big blow I may not get
evldeuce tbat sbe regretted then».
protects a woman's psychology In a j
A fine field for sueb girls it either tbe j through. But I promise you. Hector, j
rainstorm better than a black timbrel- j
West Point or Anna|>oitM aciu.emy. ! that your w ife shall have the letter.”
la would. Having chos<'ii the color In
Peckham hoped that his friend •
where young men are trained for tbe
accordance with fashion and her own j
army or navy. Kate LangtUw tbe tear I would get through safely, and they
taste In tints, she has, as It were, a
o f the breaking out of the Spanish- j parted
canopy o f consciousness over her, nf- I
One morning young Mm. Peckham
American war visited tbe N aval acad
fording her a One protection. On the i
emy as the guest of ber aunt, -Mrs. was sitting In her room nt Annapolis
other hand, n black umbrellu is a bet
L ja il, the w ife o f one of the profc isors. ! reading accounts o f the naval tight off j
ter protection for a man's psychology
8be hadn't been there a n et's tv fore Cuba—she had read them many times i 1
than a colored one would la*. A re»l j
sbe bad half a dozen middies "by the
umbrella over the average man. now.
Soor and there came Into the room a
would «»'em to him to gather nil the l
In the class to be graduated the fo l jtrong smell of the sea. Standing be- '
raindrops from the floosac range to |
lowing spring were two young men. fore tbe opening was Leslie Holt, pale |
Mount Desert and precipitate them
upon Ills egregious head. - Boston Tran. 1
Hector Peckham and Leslie Holt. Both and exhausted.
“ Why. Mr. H olti” exclaimed Mrs. i 1
met Kate Langdon. and both fell vio
lently in love with her. In tbe govern I Peckham.
ment academies tbe standaid o f hon
Without a word he handed her a let- ,
or is very high. Neither o f the cadets ' ter Thinking It to be from her hus- j |
would take tbe slightest advantage o f band or that It might bring ber bad i
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac
the other, but neither comd find out- ; news from him. ber attention was mo- |
1917 comes out bright and bet
which was really tbe favored one» Nor mentarily turned from its liearer to a
were they ever sure but tbat one o f the letter. It bore evidence o f having f
ter than ever. His splendid por
several other middies might not after been wet. A dampness clung to It. »
trait in four color work, taken
ail carry off tbe prize.
and the letters o f the address had «■
from life in May, 1916, proves that
Peckham finally won.
K a te gave run together. She tore It open and d
this old friend of the millions is
him her heart and. to the surprise o f read it. It was simply an announce^
every one. gave him the whole o f lt- ment that tbe writer was well, had r
very far from being “ a dead
Tbere were a number o f dlsappchnt 1 snffered nothing in the recent engage- t
man.” Every home, office and
meats in consequence o f this victory, ment and hoped before many weeks to b
the most serious of which was Leslie return to her. Having satisfied her- M
business in America owe it to this
Holt. Kate had given him a great detil ! self that it boded no harm to the man
faithful, old friend of the people
of encouragement and for gome tirnr- she loved, she turned to its bearer. He A
a fter she came to a decision hsdDY. * was not there.
send for his Almanac and Mag
the heart to break with him. When it j
Thinking that what had passed be- a
finally came out that Peckham had !
azine for 1917. This Almanac is
tween them before her marriage had I!
won. Holt went to see her to ask if |
led him to go away without even hav- 0
by mail. His monthly Mag
the news were true. Sbe «xmfessed.
and he told her that she had wrecked Ing been thanked, she tossed the letter ‘
with Almanac, one dollar a
on a table and ran out Into tbe hall to ^
year. Send to WORD AND WORKS
Young men ha i e said this before to stop him. Not finding him In tbe hall. g
young women, to marry some other she went out on to the porch. He was n
PUBLISHIN G COMPANY. 3401 Frank
and live happily. Borne have remained rot there, nor was ne anywhere to be
lin Avenue. St Louis. Me
single, cherishing their idol in their seen, though there was nothing for ^
hearts, to meet that idol when past some distance to obstruct her vision.
"Plrange!” she said to berself and fl
Correspondents wanted in every
middle age and find it demolished.
Holt so long ns he lived—he did not returned to her room, a fear coming s,
neighborhood in this section ol tue
live long—never recovered from his In- over ber that the affair was in some t|
Th»- words be used at his wav connected with u misfortune to
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will (Inti the host that ran he bought
at uny time or any place.
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Price« as low as consistent
Low Round Trip Fares
Many dates in June. July, Aug.
Liberal Stopovers. Limit 3 months
M A N Y A T T R A C T IO N S A N D DIVERSIO N S
On Sale Every Day.
Return October 31.
Also Week End On Sale Saturday and Sunda-t
Fur information aak your local agent
John M. Scott. General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
Have you bought your liberty Bonds?
H ip GAFE Loya’ innalzine
r-ftr? r m h j
I'-r-set. C a t u
r ' l o l l . »ur** M m
Read by 5«»0,tKI0 boys
», Ihr I.- p r ni*
Every Housewife or
Mother is ever under
that Nervous S tra in s
which so often results
in Headaches, D izzy
Depression and other
is Highly Recommended
■i Such Cases.
IF F W ST B O TTLE F A IL S TO
B EN E FIT, V W « MOREY W IL L
B A D LY RON DOWN.
•1 had baron* grsaEr raa Seien
amt eiy nerves ware le terrible
t had frequent head-
aeheu and became very weak and
wee unable to do M ietila*
heaght a bottle of Dr. ■ B a r ftewv-
taa. I eoa« b-wan ,0 fwg better,
aer nereua ware « «M a l
rR A N T T M
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