Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, February 15, 1906, Image 4

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    AlWt M t
fTHCWEEIU
KISTO!
his spare m om ents in m aking love to her,
had entered M rs. E a rle 's service upon
her first u rriv al a t D u n ste rto n , under
th e m ore d guided nam e of M ary.
Some six w eeks ago M rs. E a rle had
been very kind to M a ry 'a bro th er, whose
chest w as delicate. She had u n d e rta k en
to su p p o rt him fo r th e w in ter iu the
so u th of F ra n c e , and by the help and
r re e S e rti D is tr ib u tio n .
a ssista n ce of Colonel T refu sis, young
By MHS. LOVETT CAMEKON
«
T h e u u n u u l p ro te st of seed nien
♦>
W hattie had been sen t out to an Invalid
a g a in s t fre e d istrib u tio n of seed by
4t>
.
establishm ent m anaged by a n E nglish
D e p a rtm e n t o f Agriculture h a s a * 1
sisterhood a t M entone. I t w as of this
I * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
s e n t to the P r e s id e n t It is signed *>
b ro th er th a t M ary cam e to speak.
tw e n ty nine seedsm en, em b ra cin g the
“ I have had a le tte r to-day from my
p h . ptph
v Vl —(Ceo tinned.»
he tHe pot calling the k e ttle black. Goo.l b rother, m a’a m .”
w hole te rrito ry betw een th e Hock}
C IIA i l h
*
, j €#4 j to benefit | by, B rian. I m ay call you so ju s t for ,
"Indeed, a n d fcow is he, M ary ?”
G ood S m okehouie,
M o u n ta in s a n d the New E n g la n d <oaa .
To s;iv.' K itteu, ,,r 111 -
i
•. T4 You and I w ere al- |
“ Oh, so m uch b e tte r a lre ad y , m a’am,
b c r even in the u n
« ? " w 1"“
,jrn friends,
1 1?
T h e th rifty fa rm e r p re p a re s hls
l T he p ro te st s ta te s th a t the orig in al n-
ays ' “ good
though you hav en ’t and so g ra te fu l to you aud the co!ouel
w in nothing upon the f « " ‘ »< 1 ie ‘ ,r
p ork fo r hom e c o n su m p tio n , a u d If he | ten tio n of the la w w as to o b ta in seeds
paid
me
one
com
plim
ent
or
adm
ired
my
for all your g «allies» to him .”
And
w hich Hoy «a» not prepared to do, or
Is sh o rt of cash w ith w hich to build a n ( u n k n o w n in th e C n lte d S ta te s th a t
dare, or en lu re . Hut the question wan new dre»»; b u t then I know ‘F a ir Itosa- then M ary proceeded to e n te r Into a
m
ond'
ia
all
in
all
to
you
now!”
And.
detailed account of her b ro th e r's con­ u p - t o - d a t e s m o k e h o u s e h e w ill a p p i e - m ig h t prove v alu ab le, a n d in this w ay
n o t w h a t he would do, but w h eth er t e-
— w*
- —
Wi l l in cre ase o u r a g ric u ltu ra l productions,
licia would feel dispos'd to «»orifice her' w ith this p a rtin g shot she kissed her j dition and of his su rro u n d in g s a t Men­ c in te th e follow ing plan, w hich
«elf to «are the reputation of a wom an, fingers lightly to him, and vanished round tone, w hich w ere a ll of g re a t in te rest to e n a b le him to c a rry o u t bis ideas a t b u t th a t this sta te sm a n lik e proposition
his benefactress.
A fte r w hich M ary sm a ll cost. B uy a n obi b u t good up- 1 h a s been griev o u sly d isto rte d , w ith the
whom »he knew but »lightly, a u d to the corner of th e street.
As to B rian, he turned slowly and said, ra th e r blushingly, “ A nd only think,
whom »he owed nothing w hatever.
rig h t p ian o box. a n d a f te r m ak in g it re su lt th a t In th e m ain th e m ost com ­
By decree«, as i»<? th o u g h t it oTer. as dully aw ay. H e could not go down to m a'a m , he m et a frien d th ere one day, sm o k e tig h t w ith p ap er, se t it in th e
mon kinds o f g a rd e n seeds h a v e he**'1
.
. .
b« pondcre.l upon M a rg a re t’s suggestion, th e club, nor walk along Bond stre et such a kind g entlem an whom w e all used
leo o — J o h n P h llp o t,
Arcl
d e sired p lm e a n d dig a tre n c h so th a t
turning it over and over in his m ind, an and St. Tam es stre e t now, to ru n the to know a t home, M r. R aikes, who lived
d istrib u te d .
,
W estm in ster, con vicie
th e piping w ill e n te r a t one e n d of tho
No dou b t a g re a t a b u se h a s c rep t
^
(
•utirely otw and original idea flashed g a u n tle t of his friends' pitying or in­ up a t the H a ll.”
quiring glances. H e turned back and
box th ro u g h th e bottom . T h en ta k e an in to this m a tte r of free seed p a tr o n - 1
“ A t K eppington, do you m ean?"
Into his brain.
“ Yes, m a ’am , he w as Mr. D esm ond's old w ash boiler w ith a good c o p ie r age. 1, has been used by a g re a t m any
Why should he not pretend to be en­ w ent slowly hom ew ard. H is m iserable
"J™
gaged? Aud w h at good reason could Fe secret was known, and hia w ife's nam e cousin, and he used to live there, he bottom a n d h a v e a tin s m ith m ak e a u n sc ru p u lo u s p o liticia n s to m ak e th e m -1 1M2_ N ew ZealaU(1 JUcoTvl
licia bring fo rw a rd to refuse her consent w as coupled with th a t of a n o th e r m an. w as th ere tw o years, I d aresay , and ha hole In one side n e a r th e bottom , a n d selves solid w ith c erta in t o u r s . I.Ik .
m an
to a m erely nom inal engagem ent which H e met his cousin coming out of his own w as a g re at friend of m ine,” she added, I p . th is fa ste n a pieoe of tin w a te r pipe
all o th er public questions, th ere a r ’
.
w ith a little conscious sim per.
should la st a couple of m onths at the house.
,,
V
. ,i
jnrrnr 1044— C h ristin a assu m ed go
tw o sides. T h e d istrib u tio n o f su g a r
Sw eden
W e will s ta rt a t once— th is very
M rs. E a rle fell to m using.
R aikes,
longest? T h ere really seemed nothing
Im practicable to him in the idea, b elicia n ig h t," he said to him. “ I cannot h ear R aikes, who w as he? Ah, yes! she fa n ­
beet seed g ro w n on
11 0 4 8 - 0 , Iver C rom w ell orde,
a n d he had alw ays understood each other the sham e of th is," and th en he repeated cied she rem em bered n fam ily of th a t
for e x p e rim e n t all o ver th e country Is
,
Bt0p pej ¡„ E ngl,
perfectly and w ere quite capable of keep­ to him w hat Mrs. T alb o t had said con­ nam e; m any sons aud m any daughters,
a good fe a tu re th a t will offset som e of I
C ro m w e |,
cerning his wife.
w hose m other w as a needy widow, and
ing a secret betw een them.
the u n d e sira b le ones. Not nil the
p ro tec to r of E ngland.
Do not believe her,” said E d g a r of whom m ention used often to be made
T b s more Roy thought about it the
d is trib u te d a re com m on g a rd e n truck.
11183— Isa a c W alto n , autti
m ore sim ple and easy did the whole tiling H aikes, stoutly. “ T o have re p ea te d such a t K eppinton in yeurs gone by. No doubt
— F ie ld a n d F iresid e.
teem , aud the less if entered his m ind to a thing to you, she m ust lie w hat I have th is young m an w as one of this family.
“ C om plete A n g ler,” <
Im agine th a t his cousin could refuse to a lw ay s tak e n her to be, a b ad-hearted
“H e has been very kind indeed to
1745— D resden su rren d ered
F e e illn a : C o t t o n s e e d M e a l.
w om an. S ta y
a t hom e like a m an, young G eorge," continued Polly, “and
co-operate with him.
II. of P ru ssia.
M any m ista k e s a re m ade In th e feed ­
Felicia U rantley went about all one H riau, find your w ife and vindicate her inquired so m uch a fte r m e; and then
ing o f c o tto n seed m eal, feed ers fo rg e t­ 1754— M ahom et V. o f T urke
sum m er's day w ith a cloud upon her nam e by bringing her back in th e face he gave him th ree sovereigns for him ­
tin g for Ihe m o m e n t th a t It Is a n ex ­ 1704— T. H . P e rk in s, owner
brow , s burden of horrible uncertain ty of the w orld."
self, so th a t G eorge is q u ite rich now.”
trem ely c o n c e n tra te d food a n d n eed s a
railro ad in th e Un
“ No, no, let us go, If not to-day, let it
lu her heart, and a most singu lar letter
“T h a t w as very kind of him ,” a n ­
he to-nm rrow ,” he answ ered gloomily, sw ered her m istress absently. A ud then
born.
p re tty stro n g sto m ac h to h a n d le It;
from Roy in her pocket.
Mr. Rnikcs had sat for half an h our In for th ere w as th a t o th er trouble, con
M ary left her, and she thought no mors
h e n ce It should be fed sp a rin g ly to 1770— B eethoven, th e grea
her draw ing room, balancing his stick re m in g H osam ond E arle, of which he of it; nor did It occur to her to Imagine
y o u n g stock. As a food by Itse lf It j
born,
could
speak
to
no
one,
w
eighing
upon
th a t through the
In stru m en tality
of
betw een his knees, and sta rin g gloomily
w ill not do for a n y c o n sid erab le period, 1774— N orth C a ro lin a adopt
his
heart.
T
h
a
t,
too,
was,
it
seems,
(¡«urge W haflle it would be possible for
a t the carpet.
tu tio n .
PIANO BOX SMOKEHOUSE._______ _ b u t a s one of a m ix tu re it h a s g re a t j
“ W h at do you think.” lie asked her knowii and spoken about, and to save B rian Desm ond to learn w here it was
E d g a r H aikes might or four-inch stovepipe. T h en buy Addi­ v a lu e even a t a p rice a s high ns $35 a 1775— A m erican C ongress
for the tw entieth tim e; “ shall l g(> abroad Kosum om l'a nam e it seemed to him th at she w as living.
m ined to build a navj
he had no a lte rn a tiv e , save to get him ­ be his cousin, and he m ight also be a t tio n al le n g th s of pipe a n d m ak e the ton, pro v id ed th e o th e r g ra in s used a re I
w ith B rian, or no?”
“ You m ust be the best jm lgo of th a t self aw ay out of E ngland. T h ere was M entone, but th a t B rian should have connections yourself, h a v in g a n elbow n o t too high In price. A fine m ix tu re 1775— G eneral Ilo w e order:
M r. R aikes," Felicia had answ ered cold no refuge for him save In flight. As to been a b y sta n d er a t th e interview be­
Is corn m eal, th e g rin d in g o f th e corn ]
big houses in Boston
K itte n , she had been foolish, b u t her tw een the tw o c ertain ly never entered to go into th e l*>x.
ly — very coldly.
nnd th e cob to g e th e r anil th e cotton-1
and used fo r fire wood
M
ake
th
e
sm
oke
tire
in
th
e
boiler,
T h e m easured tones struck ice into his very sim plicity a n d foolishness would for a m om ent into her calculations.
seed-m
eal.
Or,
b
ra
n
m
ay
be
u
se
d
w
hen
1770—
C ongress adjourned
■oul. H ow could lie possibly guess th at save her. W ith Hosam ond it w as d if­
E leven o'clock stru ck . T h e Inst note the sm oko will p ass into th e box, and, th e corn Is g ro u n d w ith o u t th e cob b u t
delphia to B altim ore,
h e r h e art w as lu a tum ult, end th a t slu* ferent. If K itte n 's flight were once to of th e clock had scarcely ru n g before on a sm all scale, one will have a first-
troops
had a difficulty in keeping back her be a ttrib u te d to its tru e cause, th en the she c au g h t a sound outside a t the gar­ class sm okehouse. A t little h e a t Is re ­ in tlie la tte r c a se th e ra tio sh o u ld bo 1782— T he B ritish
C harleston, S. C.
voice of slander would not sp are the den g ate; the d ic k of the iron latch, then quired to keep up th e fire sufficient to tw o p a rts o f th e co tto n se ed m eal to
tea rs ?
E d g ar R aikes looked at her gloomily wom an of whom his wife w as jealous
one p a rt each o f th e c orn m eal a n d th e 1787— New Je rse y nnd I
ilie slow sw ing of the bingo followed
H e had m ade up his m ind to go. By bj th e clang of the gate as it fell back give th e desired a m o u n t of sm oke, w h e a t bran.
ratified th e C oustitu
aud m iserably. She did not care then
th
ere
is
no
d
a
n
g
e
r
of
the
w
a
sh
boiler
he supposed, w hether lie stayed or went. noon the next day a w onderful thing had ngain. H e r dog put up his nose, anil ut
U nited S ta te s.
being
too
frail
for
th
e
purpose.
T
he
In every club. In every tpred a low growl. Rosam ond shut up
llo ro e -M n d e C o rn C o tte r.
I t m ade uo difference to her; and how, tak en plaee.
1790— G eneral A nthony Wn
Indeed, could he expect it, or now dare to bouse w here Mr. and Mrs. D esm ond's her hook suddenly, and stood up. The Illu stra tio n show s th e plan p e rfe c tly ,
A New E n g la n d p a p e r gives th is as
th e d e tu ils of th e piping being sh o w n a n Idea com ing from A u s tra lia . T h e 17>0— G eneral G eorge W asl
fram e in w ords the m iserable thoughts nam e and story bad been known, there door bell rang.
th a t were surging in his h e art; lie who w ent about a stra n g e and astonishing
She stood for a m oment h a lf uncer­ In the lo w er p a rt of th e c u t.— Indiun- d ev ice Is not e x ac tly new , a s it lias 1804— B ritish C onsul in Hi
bid m alm guny to be
w as a pauper, to this girl, whoso money piece of news. E verybody w as talking tain. Should she sum m on the servants apolls N ew s.
been in use a n d d e sc rib e d In A m erica
A m erican
v e s s e ls ..,
e n d whose fears of being sought for her a bout It. Sir Hoy G ra n tle y w as engaged from th eir beds, or should she go to
h
e
re
a
n
d
th
e
re
.
T
h
e
Im
p
le
m
en
t
is
d a re d w a r a g a in st (Ji
fo rtu n e, seemed to sta n d like a forbid to h i cousin, the heiress.
the door herself?
A m o u n t of C orn R eq u ired .
‘And, of course, said the fickle voice
ding angel betw een him and his chiefest
A t last, however, she opened the door.
1800— Divorce of E m p re ss J
It Is w ell enough to lay do w n the
of the m ultitude, "it is evidently impos­ T here stood outside, upon the doorstep,
desire.
1810— Lucien B o n ap arte
ru
le
th
a
t
ten
pou
n
d
s
of
corn
w
ill
m
ake
“ I suppose then I had b e tte r go,” he sible th a t th ere could have been any a ninn, w rapped In a long, loose trav e l­
place them selves undi
one pound of pork, b u t rules m ay not
•aid m iserably, with an Inflection that tru th in th a t o th er story of Ii is unfor­ ing cloak, w ith a heavy cape to It.
of E ngland.
w as alm ost a question in his voice, and tu n a te a tta ch m en t to Mrs. D esm ond.”
W hen lie saw her he m ade a h a lf step give th e re su lts exp ected unless ap
1810— F irs t savings bank it
•om ething w istful lu his eyes which it K itte u 's nam e w as saved.
back, a s though he would have turned plied u n d e r c e rta in conditions. Som e
S ta te s opened in Bos
And E d g ar Hnikes, going in for a mo­ aw ay.
b reed s of hogs w ill pro d u ce m ore pork
w as a pity th a t Felicia w as so engrossed
1820— O utbreak of Civil W
w ith her red and yellow silks ns not to m ent to his olub to got his letters, lienrd
"W ho a re you and w hat do yon w ant on the sam e food th an others, a n d
the story, too. T hen ho w ent back to a t th is hour of the n ight?" said Hosa­ even w ith a selected breed th ere w ill
1832—T re a ty ol navigatio
I
I
"T h a t 1» for yon to decide,” »lie »nid Low ndes Square, and lie said:
mond, sum m oning up her courage, a l­ be som e individual a n im a ls th a t w ill
m erce concluded bet
“
L
et
us
go
a
t
once.”
though she w as secretly som ew hat un­ In crease m ore rap id ly th an o th ers. In
1
i
coldly.
S ta te s and R ussia,
T
hey
sta
rte
d
from
C
haring
Cross
that
.
jj
H er very coldne»» should, perhaps
easy. And then lie spoke, aud she rec­
th e w in te r season, if the hogs a re e x ­ m a d e by b o ltin g th e b lad e of a stro n g 1830— P a te n t nfflee nnd
l “ ®1
hnvo shown him th a t she did care, hut very night.
ognized his voice.
h e a v y sc y th e to a sled g e o r sled, a s
W ashington, D. C „ b
ho did not un d erstan d that. Few men
“ F orgive m e for coming a t such an posed, tw e n ty or th irty pou n d s of corn
h
e
re
sho
w
n
.
O
ne
of
th
e
se
m
a
c
h
in
e
s
is
1838—
C h a rtists m eetings
m
ay
be
required
to
m
ake
a
pound
of
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
X
X
II.
I know women well enough not alw ay s to
hour. T h e train broke dow n; I have
gal in E ngland,
It Is six m onths later. From Ju ly to w alked five miles through tile snow. pork. C are and m an a g em e n t a re Im ­ c la im e d to c u t a b o u t tw o a n d a h a lf
|
tak e what they »ay for w hat they really
a c re s p e r d a y . A m e ric an s w ill m ak e 1840— R em ains of Bonap«
m ean. E d g ar ItHikes m erely supposed Ja n u a ry . A g re at m any things in the M ay I come in?”
p o rta n t, us well a s breed a n d food.
th a t his esse w as hopeless. l i e shook w orld's history m ay tak e place in six
som e Im p ro v em en ts on It, e sp ecially
from C herbourg to I
She backed slowly from him into the
H o ls te r fo r W a g o n Box.
i I ; •
h ands with her In »lienee, sn d left her m onths.
hall; a g re at chill struck her soul, a
In th e m a n n e r o f g a th e rin g th e s ta lk s 1848— P o sta l convention 1
-
a n d when the front door ha. been slam
I F o r m ain post (A) u se sc a n tlin g w hen being c u t.
Some such thought w as In th e mind of sick sense of m iserable helplessness.
tw een G re at B rita n
l ie cam e In, divested him self of his 4x4; top piece (B) use 2x4; for b race
"•
m ed upon his d ep artin g footsteps, Kell
a wom an who sa t very still in the tw i­
S ta te s. . . .D e stru e tio
t
her »'Ik* nnd her plush on to light of a w in ter's afternoon, starin g heavy cloak and of his h a t, sh ak in g the (C) 2x4; length a n d h e ig h t as d e sired ;
C oat o f P u t t i n g I 'p S ila g e .
T h e a te r, New York
—•
A j f f ground, laid her head upon the table dream ily into the red coals of the fire snow from them into the porch. H er
T h e q u e stio n Is o ften d isc u sse d a s to 1850__M any killed and i
h a v e b ra c e (C) on b oth sides; use com ­
*
i t fro n t of her and b u rst into tears.
eyes rested upon him alm ost w ith terro r
in fro n t of her.
explosion of the ate
mon w ood w in d lass (I)) w ith Inch rope. th e cost o f p u ttin g up silag e , sa y s
1,1 4
All th is took place in the morn inn. And
T ho world outside w as w hile with and repulsion.
M ichigan F a rm e r. F ro m a la rg e num -
N orm an a t New O r
th en cam e H oy's letter and F elicia went snow.
“ W hy have you come to trouble m e?"
Snow upon the cottage eaves,
h e r o f re co rd s k e p t am o n g
Illin o is 1854— St. L aw rence Itlvi
about her daily business, her shoppings upon garden palings, and upon th e stone she said to him, in n strange, hollow
fa rm e rs it w a s fo u n d to c o st a b o u t 50
A m erican
vessels
aud her viaiting», w ith a load of anxiety pillars of the garden g ate, snow in thick voice, and y et she led th e way back Into
c e n ts p e r ton. In som e e a s e s th e c o st i
lives lost in sinkin
on her mind. In tho evening she w as to m asses upon the laurel hedge, and a the w arm th and light of her sitting
give Hoy his answ er.
w a s as m u ch ns 70 c en ts p e r ton, w h ile ■
W estm oreland in Li
w hite pall upon th e w inding lane th at room. F o r how tu rn a dog from her
T hey w ere to m eet a t some private vanished speedily aw ay Into m isty d a rk ­ door on such a night!
In o th e rs ns low a s 35. In filling a 1801— P rin c e A lbert, hush
"A h, how w arm and brig h t!" he mnr-
theatrical», and It was there th a t he ness, am) snow again upon the d istan t
M ichigan silo th is seaso n w h e re th e
M c to ria , died,
would ask her for her decision, to surely shoulders of round-backed hil!a which m ured, stretch in g down his cold hands
h o rn w as h eav y a n d h a d to bo h a u le d 1862— F red erick sb u rg , Va
th e atrangest proposal w hich a ninn ever loomed w eirdly ag ain st the gloomy sky. tow ards the blazing wood logs. H e look­
a b o u t 100 ro d s to th e silo It c o st 37 1804— F o rt M cA llister ca;
hm de to a woman.
And the w om an herself sat still and ed very cold as lie stooped over the
c e n ts p e r ton. T h e co st sh o u ld v a ry
ion forces,
W hen dinner tim e care F elicia was m otionless by the fireside, w ith the red blaze, and so pale and w an; it struck
w ith Ihe d is ta n c e th e sila g e Is to bo 1805— T h irte en th Amendn
•till undecided. F o r a w onder she w as light flowing full upon her. H e r dress her w ith a keen pang of anguish to see
h a u le d . I f sila g e Is to be p u t up eco-
C onstitution proclai
dining at home with her fa th e r. T hey is of black velvet, plain ns any nun's, him.
“ You m ust forgive me for coming so
n o tn lc a lly a n e n sila g e c u tte r sh o u ld b e 1871— A labam a n rh itra tio
took their places In sdeuce opposite each j e t w ith a c ertain richness In its h a r­
m eets a t G eneva.
other. And Mr. G rantley began his usu­ m onious folds.
T h era are w hite lace late, Rosam ond," he said to her oneo
used th a t w ill ta k e th e corn a n d h a n d le
T w eed, the Tam m ai
al comm ents.
frills a t her th ro a t and w rists, and the more.
it rap id ly .
“ W hy— why have you come, B rian ?”
a rrested .
“ W hy didn’t you ask Ha ikes to din gleam of diam onds upon the hand upon
she, too, repealed once again. “Could
which she re sts her oval cheek.
n e r? "
P rodne.I.M i . f M a H o n .
1874— E dw in Booth m ad.
yon
not
a
t
least
keep
out
of
my
w
ay?"
“ H e 1» stay in g with poor Mr. Des
R osam ond E a rle is doing w hat she ha»
A n e x c e lle n t a u th o rity on sh eep
pearnnee on th e si
(To be continued.)
FOK HOI8TI. n o T H E WAOOX BOX.
m ond, 1 d id n 't like to ask him to leave scl loin allow ed herself to do of late : she
g ro w in g s a y s : “ I h e e n v iro n m e n t t h a t
his retirem ent a fte r
is dissecting her ow n heart.
him ."
A 1110111 a tIt - H a n k s .
L oop e n d s o f rope to slip o v e r poles conduces to th e p ro d u c tio n o f th e m o st
tlon of P re sid e n t Li
T h a t very m orning Mrs T alb o t satin
Insensibly she had grow n to have hut
E v ery p o s t office In Ita ly Is a s a v ­ u n d e r bed. W hen ra is e d sufficiently, ra p id -g ro w in g m u tto n Is not th e one to 1884— W o rld 's F a ir opene
te re d down Bond street, when she al cue Interest in her existence, one soli­
l e a n s .. . .A tte m p t r
m oat stum ble 1 into Itrian
Desmond s tary pleasure to which she looked fo r­ in g s b a n k , b u t n o t e v e ry la b o re r In se c u re by p lac in g a b a r a c ro ss hooks p roduce fine wool, a n d th e g re a te s t per- |
Ita ly c a n g e t a c h a n c e to g o to th e F a n d E. P u lley c a n be a tta c h e d to fectio n c an h e a tta in e d In e ith e r w ool
London B ridge up 1
a rm s s s he cam e quickly round the cor w ard— th e periodical visits of her land
1 n e r of G roavenor street.
lord, Jo h n T refu sis. She led a life of [•ostofllce d u rin g b u sin e ss h o u rs. T h e re ­ r a fte r s If p re fe rre d .
o r m u tto n , ns In a n y th in g else, o nly by 1801— Violent e a rth q u a k e
H er# w as a chance of m ischief m aking absolute seclusion a t D u nsterton. T h e fore, sa y s P e a rso n ’s W eekly o f L o n ­
th e sin g le eye. L e t no one w ith th e |
U nited S ta te s concl
w hich our friend G ertru d e was not in the red brick co tta g e upon the o u tsk irts of don, th e I ta lia n g o v e rn m e n t Is e ncour-
A h n i o o f ('o ld S toriiito.
b e st ty p es o f m ale a n d fe m a le In b o th
m eats for reciprocit
le a st likely to neglect. Hite laughed and the village green, w ith its tiny Isw n and n g in g th r if t by s e ttin g u p a u to m a tic
C old sto ra g e h a s a p p a re n tly been wool a n d m u tto n b re e d s h a v e a n y m is- 1804— G re at loss of life
1 stood still, so Im m ediately In fro n t of its m in iatu re flower garden, ami w ith the b a n k s all o v e r th e kingdom .
o v e rw o rk ed . A t first th e p rin cip le of g iv in g w ith re g a rd to w h e re h e Is go-
eruption in th e New
j him th a t B rian had no chance but to glim pse of the K eppington hills aw ay
T h e y a re sim ply hollow c ast-iro n cold s to ra g e w a s u se d to c a rry p e rish ­ lug to sta n d . C ro ssin g Is a tra n s itio n a l
E ugene V. D ebs sei
through the gate, had suited her p u r­
s ta n d still, too.
_ for contem Pt o f coa
“ Yon nearly knocked me dow n!" she pose adm irably. H ere she had b attled p illa rs, w ith th ro e s lits o p e n in g Into a b le fo o d stu ffs o v e r the period o f plen­ s ta te th n t m u s t evolve Into a fittin g
' crie d playfully.
T hen asked quickly: through the w orst of her sorrow , and th e m . In th e top one a m a n w h o ty a n d d is trib u te them th ro u g h the fol­ su rv iv a l o f ty p e s o f d is tin c t a ttr ib u te s !805— !S am uel C om pere el(
’ “ Any new s of th a t naughty little tru an t, had come fo rth ' scarred and wounded b egins sa v in g m oney In se rts a ten- lo w in g m o n th s o f fa m in e. B u t acco rd ­ a n d special q u a litie s to s u it p a rtic u la r |
i.t,!!',* An>erlcai*
Indeed from th e fight, but a conqueror c en tim e piece, w h ic h is e q u iv a le n t to in g to in v e s tig a tio n s o f B o a rd s of
hire. Desm ond i ”
c irc u m s ta n c e s a n d e n v iro n m e n t"
„
“ 1 h ave not heard from my wife to in the end.
189i—
A tto rn ey -G en eral
a b o u t tw o cents, i f th e coin la c o u n ­ H e a lth In so m e o f th e la rg e r cities,
"H o w rig h t I w as to go sw ay at once
d a y ." answ ered H rlau frow ningly.
pointed
ju
stic e of
te rfe it It is p ro m p tly re je c te d , a n d cold s to ra g e p la n ts c o n ta in food th a t
D o n 't K n rite t t h e S q n n » h B a g .
“ O h! of course you know w here she and to leave no tra c e of m.v d e stin a ­
S ta te s Suprem e Con
h
a
s
lain
th
e
re
fro
m
six
m
o
n
th
s
to
two
fa
lls
o
u
t
o
f
a
lo
w
er
silt.
I
f
good,
a
As
tlie
sq
u
a
sh
b
u
g
w
in
te
rs
In
the
t a r aha cried lightly. "I tell everybody tion,” she ssid to herself often.
ta riff
Hut she had no idea th a t B rian was re c e ip t d ro p s from th e th ird opening, y e a rs b e c a u se m a rk e t co n d itio n s have a d u lt s ta te u n d e r ru b b ish , etc., clennli 1901— P hilippine
1
*o. I ’ve been lighting her b a ttles for her
H ouse of
H epret
n o t s u ite d the s p e c u la to rs , a n d th ey a re ness becom es a d v a n ta g e o u s in avoid
•v ery w b e re. O f course, th ere Is not an abroad, or th a t B ria n 's wife w as not a t th e b o tto m o f th e p illa r
M arconi signalled 1
As soon a s one lias collected five o r h o ld in g fo r g r e a te r p ro fits. T he re su lt ing In ju ry th e follow ing season. W here
|
a to m of tru th In all the unkind things living with him. In th is far-aw ay vil­
I
people «ay. as I tell everybody. N > tru th lage no records of the doings and sa y ­ m ore re c e ip ts he can e x ch a n g e th em Is th a t c o n su m e rs a re likely to e at the pest h a s been troublesom e, collect-
raphy.
,
a b o u t her, th a t is to say. O f course, you ings of th e w orld had reached her ears, fo r a p a ss book a t a re g u la r sa v in g s so m e v e ry old s tu ff th a t m ay n o t be Ing the c u c u rb it v in es a f te r th e crop
sn d she certainly flattered herself th a t b a n k , a n d th e go v ern m en t b e g in s to
s |
a r e a very n au g h ty , bad m an indeed!"
c o n d u c iv e to good h e alth , nnd th a t Is ta k e n a n d d e stro y in g them w ill be
re c '{^r
B ria n 's brow grew black as thunder. her own re tre a t w as absolutely unknown
comes a la w . . . . W.
p a y him in te re s t on his sa v in g s a t th e fa rm e r s a n d o th e r p ro d u c e rs a re like­ the m eans o f killin g o r s ta rv in g m any
,
N o one had dared to b reath e a word to to all save to h e: one friend. Colonel
appointed U n ite d 8
r a te of fo u r per c e n t
ly to s u tle r u n f a ir c o m p e titio n w hen of th e Im m a tu re bugs.
him of scan d al concerning his wife. It Trefu*!*.
to th e rep u b lic of T
T h e d ev ice Is a new thin g , b u t a l­ offerin g n ew w h o le so m e p ro d u c ts.
And gradually and insensibly this one
,
h a d been E d g a r R ilk e s' co n stan t care to
1904— T h ree killed in ex p l
G ern m n y Good Cnnfom er.
frien d becam e m ore and more to her. re a d y m an y a lab o re r tu r n s to th e 1
I
ece th a t no such rep o rts reached his
ed S ta te s battlesh
P l r k t e d P oafa.
Ilia unflagging devotion, his unw earying a u to m a tic b a n k w hen he g e ts h is d a y 's
G erm any Is a good c u sto m e r o f a g ri­
|
ears. G e rtru d a w sa p retty well certain
s e tts .........E x -M a y o r
kindne»». could not fail in the end to w a g es, pleased w ith th e th o u g h t th a t ' P re s e rv a tio n o f w ood is b ecom ing c u ltu ra l A m erica, especially h e r crops
t
th a t he had been iold of nothing.
neapolis, ch arg e d t
“ K indly e tp la ln yourself. Mrs. Tal- have some effect upon her. H e never w h en h e hits saved ten c en ts h e w ill m ore g e n era l e v e ry y e a r, s a y s th e K a n ­ a n d p ro d u c ts of th e South. L a st y e ar
ance in office, set f r
spoke
to
her
of
love,
hut
the
atm
osphere
I hot." he said hau g h tily
and
sternly.
s a s C ity Jo u rn a l. T h ey a r e e v en e x ­ she bought ra w c otton to the value
ag ree m e n t of th e ju
of his love surrounded her. She did not h a v e his b a n k book, like a n y c a p ita l­
I t
“ W h a t 1« It concerning m y w ife th a t yon
te
n
d
in
g
th
is
p
ick
lin
g
b
u
s
in
e
s
s
to
fence
«100.000,000; oil cak e s n d cotton seed
tria l.
a re kind enough to tell people, and w hat love him. hut she learned to depend upon ist.
p o sts a n d te le g ra p h a n d telep h o n e m eal. »4.100.000; la n l a n d o leom ar­
I
a r e tha b a ttles w hich you a ra generous him. It Is often said th a t a h e art can
H co rc h in if .
T h is an d T hat
be cau g h t a t a rebound.
I
« lo u g h to w age on h e r account T”
"Y ou m ay all poke fun a t th e Chi poles. I t w o rk s o u t w e ll In b o th of garin e. 117,000.000; ra w tobacco. *5-
T h is b e in g in love tal
these.
In
th
e
p
ick
lin
g
o
f
tie
s,
th
e
r
a
il­
H
e
r
«olitude
w
as
broken
by
her
p
a
r­
000.000; corn, «7,200,000; w heat, »d ouo
"O h, my d ear fellow, d o n 't look so
nese a b o u t bein g b a ck w a rd ," sa id th e
tim e th a n a n a c h in g too
|
cross. I assure yon I h a re co n trad icted lor m aid, who tapped a t th a door and m an w ho w a s looking for s o a rg il ro a d s a r e u sin g a g r e a t m a n y o f th e o o a
W h en a m a n is w ith
I
It everyw here. Only Jn«t now I met desire*I to know If aha m ight speak to
•
o
ff
e
r
w
oods,
th
o
se
w
h
ic
h
o
rd
in
a
rily
m en t. " b u t th e C hinam an w ill m a k e
girls, be w ill d o a lo t of
•om e people who declared
th a t
Hoy her. She w as a rosy-cheeked Y orkshire
F a r m P ro b lem « .
w
o
u
ld
n
't
la
s
t
m
ore
th
a
n
tw
o
o
r
th
re
e
girl, whoa« fa th e r had been a farm er, his m ark y e t."
“ O ld a g e ," s a id a n old
•
G rs n tle y w as still sw ay : hut It is q u ite
W h at do you do fo r th u m p * in pigs?
" I d o n 't d o u b t It," spoke up th e m an y e a rs. By the tr e a tm e n t o f chem icals,
but who had failed, owing to bad se a ­
t
u n tru e , for I saw Hoy in a hansom not
"is th e w o rs t Jo k e e v e r pi
though,
th
e
ir
life
la
e
x
te
n
d
e
d
to
a
t
le
a
st
W
hen
Is
th«
b
e
st
Um«
to
w
a
te
r
a
.
ta n m inutes sgo (he looked a s w hite as sons and high rents, so th a t h!s children w ith th e glazed collar. "O ne o f th e m
M an le a rn a fro m ever;
• sheet, by the wsy>. hut of all th e falee. had all had to go out into the world and m ad e a m a rk on m y sh irt w ith a hot te n y e a rs. T he m o v em e n t first h a d Its horse?
• rlg tn a b o u t 1880. w h e n a tte n tio n w a s
e a rn th eir living. Dolly VV h i tile, a s «he Iron only y e ste rd a y ”
« ' w icked, cruel slanders on an Inn-
.
■“
had been called In th e day« when she
c a lle d by th e g o v e rn m e n t t h a t th e re
t
U tile darlin g I k s your wife! H ow ever,
« ' * « '
I A r, „ „ „ a c tif* » I
A lw a y s p la c e a larg e book on a ta b le w a s becom ing a sc a rc ity o f tim b e r In
y o u and I know the world, d o n 't weT Idled her tim e over her fa th e r's farm
H ow m uch f r a l n a n d h a / sh o u ld a F011 o w e a s y o u a r e in coi
• a d , a fte r all, for you to com plaia would g a la , a n d when E d g ar R aikes sin p lo jtd b e fo re o p e n in g i t
V arious sectio n s of th e c o u n try .
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