Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, February 15, 1906, Image 6

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had entered Mrs. Ear.e's service upon
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her fir*t arr.val at Dunsterton. under
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the more d gnif.ed name of Mary.
Some six weeks ago Mrs. Earle had
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been very kind to M ary's brother, whose
$
-«5 chest was delicate. She had tindertake i
to support him for the winter in the
souih o f France, and by the help and
ars.stan'-e o f Colonel Trefusis. young
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fit M *S. L0\ f TT CAMtKOH
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Wnaffle had been sent out to an invalid
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establishment managed by an Engli-h
at Mentone. I t was o f this
^ ^ * ^ ^ * * * * * * * * * * ^ * * * * * * 1* 1 *’* * * * * sisterhood
brother that M ary came to speak.
” 1 have had a letter to-day from my
1« life pot calling the kettle black. Good brother, ma’ am.”
whole territory between the
C H A P T K K X X I - f f * ti» ^ L ‘
by. Brian. I may call you so ju »t for
“ Indeed, and to w ia he. M a r y ? ’
I. oim I smoUehoase.
Mountains and the New England coast.
Tu l i r e Kitten, of
.
tuc*. mayn’ t 1? You and I were al­
“ Oh, so much better already, ma’ am,
T h e th rifty farm er prepares his 0 « u The protest states that the original In­
her even in lb« « » ’ I w : *“*
’ . .... ways good friend*, though you ha Ten t and so grateful to you and the colonel
was nothing upon tli* f* *■ °
" *
pork for home consumption, aud tf be | tention o f the law was to obtain seeds
paid
me
one
compliment
or
admired
my
for all your g *odness to him.”
And
Wbltu Kur « « . »•'< prep .rel to d . or
new dr***»; hat then I know ‘ F air Rosa­ then M ery proceeded to enter into a Is short o f cash with which to build an • unknown 111 the I'n lted States that
A ir . or eulure. Bat the ^
^
XH what he would do but whether he- mond' is all in all to yon now !" And. detailed account of ber brother’s con­ up-to-date smokehouse he w ill »ppre- j might prove valuable, and In this way
liria would feel di.p * -d to ai-n fice her- with this parting shot ahe kissed her dition and of bis surroundings at Men­ d a te the fo.low in g plan, which « i l l ( Increase our agricultural productions,
pelf to ware the reputation of . w on ,«», fingers lightly to him. and vanished round tone, which were all o f great interest to enable bim to carry out bis ideas at but that this statesmanlike proposition
hi» benefactress.
A fte r which Mary »m all cost. Buy an old but good up- ; has been grievously distorted, with the
whom ahe knew but »lightly. and to the corner o f the street.
As to Brian, he turned slowly and said, rather blushingly, "A n d only think,
Whom «be » » e l nothing whatever.
righ t piano box. ami a fte r making it result that In the main the most com­
By decree«, ae he thought it over. aa dully away. H e could not go down to ma’ am, he met a friend there one day. •m oke tight with paper, set It in the mon kinds o f garden seeds have been
be pondered upon Margaret'» suggestion, the club, nor walk along Bond atreet auch a kind gentleman whom we all used
1355— John
Phllpot,
Archdeaesa
desired pla<e ami dig a trench so that | distributed.
turning it oTer and orer in hi» miad an and St. James atreet uow, to run the to know at home, Mr. Raikes, who live
Westminster, convicted of h«J
the piping w ill enter at one end of the
No doubt a great abuse has crept
entirely nee and original idea flashed gauntlet of hie frienda’ pitying or in­ up at the H all.”
and burned.
1
box through the bottom. Then take an into this m atter o f free seed patron­
quiring glances.
H e turned back and
" A t Kepplngton. do you m ean?'
Into bin brain.
went slowly homeward. Hie miserable
“ Yea, ma'am, he waa Mr. Desmond's old wash boiler with a good copper age. It has been used by a great many 7582— The Greg ri in eab-nlir adawl
Why abou.d he not pretend to be m
This
at Paris, omitting 10 days.
gaged'/ And what gi>od reason Could K
»»■ ret waa known, and his w ife’s name cousin, and he used to live there, he bottom and have a tinsmith make a unscrupulous politicians to make them­
licia bring forward to refuse ber consent was coupled with that of another man. waa there two years, 1 daresay, and he hole In one side near the bottom, and selves solid with certain voters. Like 1042— N ew Zealand diacovered by
man.
to a
» merely
mere!» nominal engagement which He met bia cousin coining out of his own was a great friend of mine,” ahe added,
In thla fasten a piece o f tin water pipe ail other public questions, there are
with a little conscious simper.
should last n couple of month* at r*e house,
buss*'
two sides. The distribution o f sugar
Mrs. Earle fe!l to musing.
Raikes.
longest V There really seemed nothin.-
" W e will start at once— thla very
Sweden.
beet seed grown on the Pacific coast
Impracticable to him in the idea, be, ei,i night.” he said to him. “ I cannot bear Raikes, who was he? Ah, yes! she fan­
»B
for experim ent all over the country Is
and he had always understood each other the shame o f this," and then he repeated cied ahe remembered a fam ily o f that
plays stopped in Eugland.
perfectly and were quit* capable of keep- to him what Mrs. Talbot bad said con­ name: many tons and many daughters,
a good feature that w ill offset some o f
1C53— Oliver Crom well declared hsssik
cerning his wife.
whose mother was a needy widow, and
I ok » •«<*ret between them.
the undesirable ones. Not all the seeds
protector o f Eugland.
“
Do
not
believe
her,”
»aid
Edgar
of
whom
mention
used
often
to
be
made
Th e more Boy thought about it the
distributed are common garden truck.
1683— Isaac Walton, author *(
more aimpie and easy did the whole thing Italkes, etoutly. " T o hare repeated such at Keppinton iu year* gone by. No doubt
— Field aud Fireside.
aeeui. and the less it entered his ini.id to a thing to you. she must bo what 1 hare this young man waa oue of this family.
“ H e has been very kind indeed to
Imagine (hat hia coital* could refuse to always taken her to be. a bad-hearted
Freilln ic C o tto n see d M eal.
Und',h
woman.
Stay
at home like a man, young George,” continued Polly, "and
co-operate with him.
I I. of Prusaia.
Many mistakes are made In the feed­
Brian,
find
yonr
w
ife
and
»indicate
her
Fel.cia (jraotlejr went about all one
inquired ao much after me; and then
ing o f cottonseed meal, feeders forget­ 1734— Main met V. o f Turkey .1 ■ b Mm
•uuimer*« day with a cloud upou^_her name by bringing her back in the face he gave him three sovereigns for him­
ting for the moment that It Is an ex­ 1764 -T . 11 Perkins,
f tha
brow, a burlen of horrible uncertainty ; o f the world.’
self, ao that George ia quite rich now.” |
tremely concentrated food and needs a
i
I las t
“ No, no. let oa go, if not to-day. let it
“ T h a t was very kind of him.” an­
In her heart, and a moat aingu.ar letter
born.
be to-morrow.” he answered gloomily, swered her mistress absently. And then
pretty strong stomach to handle It;
from Hoy in her pocket.
Mr. Kaikes had sat for half an hour In for there s n that other tronble, con­ M ary le ft her, and she thought no more
hence it should be fed sparingly to 1770— Beethoven, the great mx
her drawing room, balancing bis stick cerning Rosamond Earle, o f which he of it; nor did It occur to her to Imagine
born.
young stock. As n food by Itself It
Instrumentality
of
between h.s knees, and staring g.oomily could apeak to no one, weighing upon that through the
w ill not do for any considerable period, 1774— North Carolina adopted a
m pm
hia
heart.
That,
too,
was.
It
seem*.
|
George Whaffle it would be possible for
at the carpet.
but
as
one
o
f
a
mixture
it
has
great
piano
bo
x
moanaopaa.
______
"W h at do yon think.” he asked her known and spoken about, and to »a re Brian Desmond to learn where it was
-| |
Edgar Kaikes might or four-inch atovaplpe. Then buy addi­ value even at a price as high as $33 a 1773— American Congress f
for the twent eth time, "shall 1 go abroad Rosamond's name it seemed to him that she was living.
mine ; t bull 1 a navy.
silo
he had no alternatire, »a re to get him- be his cousin, and he might also be at tional lengths of pipe and make the ton, provided the other grains used are
with Brian, or no7”
■he
"Y ou must lie the best Judge of that •e!f away out o f England. There was Mentone, but that Brian should have connections yourself, having an elbow not too high in price. A fine mixture
ing houses in Boston tors 4*|
M r Kaikes,” Felicia had answered cold- no refuge for him sure in flight. As to been a bystander at the Interview be­
Is corn meal, the grinding o f the corn
fort
Kitten, she had been foolish, but her tween the tw o certainly never entered to go into the box.
and used for fire wm»!.
^
ly— eery coldly.
Make
the
smoke
fire
In
the
boiler,
eery simplicity and foolishness would for a moment into her calculations.
X m '
- ",r’‘ * i,,e lnt0
seed-meal.
Or,
bran
n
.y
be
u—<l
when
1770—
<’«•
-Te»s
adjourned
fr.un
f»-_
soul. H ow could be possibly guess that »a re her. W ith Rosamond it waa d;f-
Eleven o'elock struck. The la“t note the smoke w ill pass Into the box. and, the corn Is ground without the ci.b but
delplua to Baltim .re.
foucani
hcr heart was iu a tumult, and that slit ! ferent
I f K itten’» flight were once t" of the clock had scarcely rung before on a small scale, one w ill have a first-
troops erzeat* Wale
had a difficulty in keeping back her he attributed to its true cause, then the she caught a sound outside at the gar­ class smokehouse. A t little heat Is re­ in the latter case the ratio should be 17s2— 1 e British
Charleston, s. c .
Highes
voice of slander would not spare the den gate; the click o f the iron latch, then quired to keep up the fire sufficient to two parts o f the cottonseed meal to
t«?a r» V
Edgar Kaikes looked at her gloomily woman o f whom hia w ife was Jealous. the slow swing of the hinge followed give the desired amount o f smoke, one part each o f the corn meal and the 1787— N e»' Jersey and Pennsyl
H e had made up his mind to go. By bj the clang of the gate as it fell back
r.i .iied the Constltut. n ot siq r * c
and miserably. She did not care the;i.
there is no danger o f the wash boiler wheat bran.
V : i te l S' ites.
^ j ^
he supposed, whether lie stayed or went. noon the next day u wonderful thing had again. H er dog put up his nose, anil ut­
being
too
fra
il
for
the
purpose.
The
H o m e -M a d e Corn f a t t e r .
In every club, in every tered a low growl. Rosamond shut up
I t made no difference to her; and how. taken place.
1790— General Anthony Wayne die Bo$ton.
A N ew England paper gives this as 1799— General G.- rge Wash .-'nn 10WCR
Indeed, could he egpect it. or now dare to house where Mr. and Mrs. Desmond's her book suddenly, and stood up. The Illustration shows the plan perfectly,
the details o f the piping being shown an Idea coming from Australia. The
frame in word* the miserable thoughts name and atory had been known, there door bell rang.
- d in 11
-i* rcmosio
that were surging in his heart: he who went about a strange and astonishing
Hhe stood for a moment half uncer­ In the low er part o f the cut.— Indian­ device Is not exactly new, as It has 18'G — Bril
■' t •
»_
was a pauper, to th.s g.rl, whose money piece of news. Everybody waa talking tain. Should she summon the servants apolis News.
been
In
use
and
described
In
Am
erica
American
vessels. .. Spain
and whose fesrs of being sought for her about it. Sir Roy Grantley was engaged ftom their beds, or should she go to
here
and
there.
The
Implement
is
clared war against Gre»f Britair
fortune, teemed to stand like a forbid­ to hi* cousin, the heiress.
A m o u n t o f C orn R eq u ired .
the door herself?
‘And, of course, said the fickle voice
1 S< e>— Divorce f Empress J sevhta*-
ding angel between him and his cliiefest
A t last, however, she opened the door.
It Is well enough to lay down the
of the multitude, "it ia evidently impos­ There stood outside, upon the doorstep,
desire.
1810— Lucien Bonaparte and
o ih r
rule that ten pounds o f corn w ill make
*
” 1 suppose then 1 had better go.” he sible that there could have been any a man, wrapped In a long, loose travel- one pound o f pork, but rules may not
place themselves under prole n i a ,
said miserably, with an inflection that truth in that other story o f hia unfor­ .ng cloak, with a heavy cape to it.
of England.
.n alei
g ive the results expected unless ap
was almost a question iu hia roice, and tunate attachment to Mrs. Desmond.”
Wheu he aaw her he made a half step
1816— First savings bank In the Csi In B
Something wistful in hia eyes which it K itten’ s name was saved.
back, as though he would have turned plied under certain conditions. Some
States opened in Boston.
ed w
And Edgar Raikes, going in for a mo­ away.
breeds o f hogs w ill produce more pork
was a pity that Felicia was so engrossed
1829— Outbreak if Civil W a r in C lid 111
with her red and yellow silks as not to ment to hia club to get hia letters, heard
"W h o are you and what do you want on the same food than others, and
the atory, too. Then he went back to at tliia hour of the night?” said Rosa­ even with a selected breed there w ill
1832— Treaty of navigation and d ver
Bee
merce concluded between 1 The (
mond, summoning up her courage, al­ be some Individual animals that w ill
“That la for you to decide," »lie eaid Lowndes Square, and he said:
n O M E M A D E CORN C U TT E R .
“ Let us go at once.”
States ami Ilu>-ia.
to a<
though she was secretly somewhat un- increase more rapidly than others. In
eoldly.
They started from Charing Cross that eaay. And then he spoke, and she rec­
Her eery coldness should, perhaps
Patent office and postoflaji sot
made by bolting the blade o f a strong 1830—
the
winter
season,
i
f
the
hogs
are
ex­
ognized his voice.
i
hare shown him that »he did cure, but very night.
Washington. D. C., burned.
y did
heavy scythe to a sledge or sled, as
"F o rg iv e me for coming at such an posed, twenty or thirty pounds o f corn
be did not understand that. Few men
here shown. One of these machines Is 1838— Chartists n eetings declared ltlng-1
may
be
required
to
make
a
pound
of
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
X
X
I
I
.
hour. The train broke down; I have
know women well enough not always to
gal in England.
R evo
It Is eix months later. From July to walked five miles through the snow. pork. Care and management are Im­ claimed to cut about tw o and a half
take what they say for what they really
Tdaad
acres per day. Am ericans w ill rnaks 1840— Remains of Bonaparte.
January.
A
great
many
things
in
the
portant, as well as breed and food.
May I come in?”
. mean. Edgar Itnik-s merely supposed
erica
some Improvements on it, especially
She backed slowly from him Into the
that hia case was hopeless.
H e shook world’ s history may take place in six
H olfltrr fo r W a g o n B o*.
lling
hall; s great chill struck her soul, a
bauds with her In silence, and left her months.
In the manner o f gathering the stalks 1848— Postal convention
F o r main post (A ) use scantling when being c u t
• nd when the front door had been slam­
t»ee n Great Britnin and ' sa o f
Some such thought waa in the mind of sick sense of miserable helplessness.
H e came In, divested himself of his 4x4; top piece i B i use 2x4; for brace
med upon his departing footstep*, Fell a woman who sat very still in the tw i­
States. .. .Destruction o f ti e gd th
Coat o f P u t t i n g I'p Silnge.
- flung her silks and her plush on to light of a winter's afternoon, staring heavy cloak and of his hat, shaking the (C) 2x4; length and height as desired;
Theater. New York City, bj q jj ,
Her
w [ ground, laid her head upon the table dreamily into the red coals of the fire snow from them into the porch.
The question Is often discussed as to 1850— Many kd>d and injured
ill th/
have brace (O on both sides; use com ­
eyes rested upon him almost with terror
’ /P front of her and burst Into tears.
ill front of her.
the cost o f putting up silage, says
explosion " f the steamboat J on tl
mon
wood
windlass
(D
)
w
ith
Inch
rope.
* ,wf A ll this took place in the morning. And
The world outside was white with and repulsion.
Michigan Farmer. From a large num­
Norman at N e «- Orleans.
tit ba
“ Why have you come to trouble me?”
I then rame Roy’ s letter, and Felicia wo nt snow.
Snow upon the cottage eaves,
ber o f records kept among
Illinois 1854— St. Lawrence R iver open build
' about her daily business, her shoppings upon garden palings, anil upon the stone she said to him, In a strange, hollow
farm ers It was found to cost about 56
American
vessels, . . Seer. Is of
■ nd her riaitings, with a load of auvietjr pillars of the garden gate, snow in thick voice, and yet she led the way back into
lives lost in sinking o f «t*
cents per ton. In some cases the cost
on her mind. In the evening she »a s to masses upon the laurel hedge, and a the warmth and light of her sitting
4 wh'
Westmoreland in Lake Miek
was as much as 76 cents per ton, while
give Roy hie answer.
while pall upon the winding lane that room. For how turn a dog from her
to b
in others as low as 33. In filling a 1861— Prince Albert, hr,- und of r„ In
They wer# to meet at some private vanished speedily a«-ay Into misty dark­ door on such a night!
Victoria, died.
“ Ah, how warm and bright!” he mur­
thentrleala, and It was there that lie ness, and snow again upon the distant
M ichigan silo this season where the
would ask her for her decision, to surely shoulders of round-backed bills which mured. stretching down his cold hands
horn was heavy and had to be hauled 1862— Fredericksburg, Ya., c a p t w q H |
the strangest proposal which a man ever loomed weirdly ngain«t the gloomy sky. towards the blazing wood logs. H e look­
about 100 rods to the silo It cost 37 1SC4— Fort M cAllister captured blJL.**
And the woman herself sat still and ed very cold ns he stooped over the
hiade to a Woman.
ion forces.
V
cents per ton. Th e cost should vary
When dinner time care Felicia was motionless by the fireside, with the rod blaze, and so pale and nan; it struck
1865 Thirteen!
1
ta :r01ln
with
the
distance
the
silage
Is
to
bo
her
with
a
keen
pang
of
anguish
to
see
•till undecided. For a wonder »lie »a s light flowing full upon her. Her dress
hauled. I f silage Is to be put up eco­
Into
diuing at home With her father. They is of black velvet, plain as any nun's, him.
“ You must forgive me for coming to
nomically an ensilage cutter should be 1871— A
took their plaece In s lence opposite each je t with a certain richness in its liar
meets at G eneva. . . . William
used th at w ill take the corn and handle
other. And Mr. Grantley began his usu­ monious folds.
There are white lace late, Rosamond,” he said to her once
a tl
Tweed, the Tammany ” B ss,j
frills at her throat and wrists, and the more.
It rapidly.
al comments.
b Me
“
W
h
y—
why
have
you
come.
Brian?”
arrested.
“ W hy didn’t you ask Kaikes to din gleam of diamonds upon the haud upon
t and
she,
too,
repeated
once
again.
"Could
P
r
o
i
l
n
c
t
i
o
i
i
o
f
M
u
t
t
o
n
,
which she rests her oval cheek.
aer?”
1874— Edwin Booth made his fir g g f a
An excellent authority on sheep
Rosamond Earle is doing what she has you not at least keep out of my way?”
" H e 1» »layin g with poor Mr I>es
pearance on the stage
(T
o
be
continued.)
Blond, I didn't like to ask him to leave sel lorn allowed herself to do o f late; she
grow ing says: "T h e environm ent that
his retirement after the ass«
• ore
ia dissecting her owu heart.
him "
Loop ends o f rope to slip over poles conduces to the production o f the most
ti "n o f President Lincoln.
I w
A u t o m a t i c Hank s.
Of ti
That very morning Mrs Tsllnit »aim
Insensibly the had grown to have hut
E very post office In Ita ly Is a sav­ under bed. When raised sufficiently, T*pl 1 growing mutton Is not the one to 1.884— W orld's F air opened in N»vB
tered down Roud street, when she al cue Interest in her existence, oue soli
secure
by
placing
a
bar
across
hooks
prod
nee
fine
wool,
and
the
greatest
per-
;
loans..
.
.
Attempt
made
to
•
ings
bank,
blit
not
every
laborer
in
moat stumbled into
Brian Desmond's tnry pleasure to which ahe looked for­
London Bridge up with dyaarJ|J^J
Ita ly can get a chance to go to the F and E. Pulley can be attached to faction can be attained In either w ool
arms aa he came quickly round the cor ward— the periodical viaits o f her land
or muHon, .-i In anything else, only by 1891— Violent earthquake in
lord, John Trefuais. She led a life of IMMitolfiee during business hours. T here­ rafters If preferred.
aer o f Groavenor street.
w
H ere was a chance of mischief making absolute eeclnslon at Dunsterton. The fore, says I ’earson'g W eekly o f Lon­
the alngle eye. L e t no one w ith the I
United
aident
Which our friend Gertrude was not in the red brick cottage upon the outskirts of don, the Italian government Is eucour-
A b u ses o f C old S to r e * * .
best types o f male and fem ale In both
ments for reciprocity with ft
ton !
least likely to neglect. She laughed ami the village green, with its tiny lawn and nging thrift by setting up automatic
Cold storage has apparently been wool and mutton breeds have any mis­ 1894— Great loss of life In a n
I “ do
ttood »till, no Immediately in front of its miniature flower garden, and with the banks all over the kingdom.
eruption
in
the
N
ew
H
i
!
overworked. A t first the principle o f givin g w ith regard to w here he Is go­
him that Brian had no chance hut to g l’uipse of the Kcppington hills away
Eugene V. Debs sentem ed <>^^H
They are simply hollow cast-iron cold storage was used to carry perish­ ing to stand. Crossing is a transitional
through the gate hail suited her pur­
■land still, too.
for contempt of court.
** **•
able foodstuffs over the period o f plen­ state that must evolve Into a fitting
“ Yon nearly knocked me down!” »he pose admirably. Here she had battled pillars, with three slits opening into
1893- Sai
*
| cried playfully. Then asked quickly: through the worst o f her sorrow, and them. In the top one a man who ty and distribute them through the fo l­ survival o f types o f distinct attributes
of the American Federal***1* g
**Any news of that naughty Itttle truant, had come forth" aoarred and wounded begins saving money Inserts a ten- low in g months o f famine. Rut accord­ and special qualities to suit particular
Labor.
g ive <
imlepd from the fight, but a conqueror centime piece, which Is equivalent to ing to investigations o f Boards o f circumstances and en viron m en t”
Mrs. I >eamon<l V"
1897—
Attorney-General
M
r
K
e
N
t
^^^l
" l have not heard from my wife to In the end.
H
ealth
In
some
o
f
the
larger
cities,
about tw o cents. I f the coin la coun­
pointed justice o f ths
“ H ow right I waa to go away at once terfeit It Is promptly rejected, and cold storage plants contain food that
day,” answered Brian frownlngty.
l l n n 't Korixet t h e S q n a sh B d r .
B
8
•• i '.oirt.
m ...
” Oh! o f course you know where she and to leave no trace o f my destina­ falls out o f a lower silt. I f good, a has lain there from six months to two
As the squash bug winters In the
MT” ehe cried lightly. ” 1 tell everybody tion,” »he »aid to herself often.
1901— Philippine
tariff
bid stormy
adult
state
under
rubbish,
etc.,
cleanli­
years
because
m
arket
conditions
have
receipt
drops
from
the
third
opening,
Rut she had no idea that Brian was
ao. I ’ ve been fighting her battles for her
House
of
Itepresenrafh',C j nre
not suited the speculators, and they are ness becomes advantageous in avoid­
everywhere. O f course, there Is not an abroad, or that Rrian'a wife was not at the bottom o f the pillar.
Marconi signalled aer -»
As soou as one has collected live or holding fo r greater profits. The result ing Injury the follow ing season. Where
1
atom o f truth in all the unkind things living with him. In this far-away vil­
lam
It ia nt
I
people eay, as I tell everybody. No truth lage no records of the doings anil say­ more receipts he ean exchange them Is that consumers are likely to eat the pest has been troublesome, collect­
rapliy.
the thi
«
about her. that la to say. O f course, you ings of the world had reached her ears, for a pass-book at a regular savings som e very old stuff that m ay not be ing the cucurbit vines a fte r the crop
and ahe certainly flattered heraelf that
1903—
The
Cuban
reciprocity
Women
|
are a very naughty, bad man indeed!"
bank, and the government begins to conducive to good health, and that is taken and destroying them w ill ba
comes a l a w . . . . W . J. B nga
Brian's brow grew black as thunder. her own retreat was absolutely unknown pay him interest on his savings at the
farm ers and other producers are like­ the means o f killing or starving many
to all save to her one friend. Colonel
I
N o one had dared to breathe a word t
o
f
the
immature
bugs.
rate
o
f
four
per
ceut
ly to suffer un fair com petition when
the republic a f P
him o f scandal concerning hi* wife. It Trefueie.
T h e device Is a new thing, but al­ offering new wholesom e products.
And gradually anil insensibly this one
l
had been Edgar Kaikes' constant care b
1901—
Three
killed !n explosi n I { * tha
G erm a n y Good C u stom er.
friend became more and more to her. ready many a laborer turns to t h e ,
l
see that no aurh reports reached hi
ed States battleship >la^| his
P
ic
k
le
d
Pont«.
Germany
Is
a
g'x>d
customer
o
f
agri­
Ilia
unflagging
devotion,
his
unwearying
automatic
bank
when
he
gets
his
day's
j
I
sara. Gertrude waa pretty well certain
sett»....... Ex-M
re tha
kindness, could not fall In the end to wages, pleased with the thought that ' Preservation o f w ood Is becoming cultural America, especially her crops
I
that he had been told o f nothing.
neapolis, charged with
have
aonie
effect
upon
her.
He
never
"K in d ly explain yourself, Mr*. Tal
et »a n y
when he has saved ten cents he will more general every year, says the K a n ­ and products o f the South. Last year
ance in office, act free
hot.” he said haughtily
and
sternly spoke to her of love, hut the atmosphere have hi* bank book, like any capital­ sas C ity Journal. T h ey are even e x ­ she bought raw cotton to the value o f
ha f t W
agreement o f the Jury
of
his
love
surrounded
her.
She
did
not
I
“ W hat la It concerning my w ife that you
tr ia l
tending thla pickling business to fence »100.000.000; oil cake and cotton seed
ist.
are hind enough to tell people, and what love him. hut she learned to depend upon
posts and telegraph and telephone meal, $4.100.000; lard and oleom ar­
him.
It
Is
often
said
that
a
heart
can
Pcofch in f.
T h la an d T hat.
Ban,
I
are the battles which yon are generous
poles. It works out w ell In both o f garine, $17,0<10.000; raw tobacco, $ 5 ,
be caught at a rebound.
I
•nough to wage on her account I”
"Y ou may all poke fun at the Chi
This being in love takes np
these.
In
the
pickling
o
f
ties,
the
rail­
000.000;
corn,
»7.200,000;
wheat,
»6.000
-
H
er
solitude
waa
broken
by
her
par­
“ Oh, my dear fellow, don't look so
nese about being backward,” said the
time than an aching tooth.
* ny *
I
cross
I assure yon I hare contradicted lor maid, who tapped at the door and man wbo was looking for an argil roads sre using a great m any o f the oca
W hen a man is with a
desired
to
know
If
she
might
speak
to
It everywhere.
Only just now I met
ment. ’’but the Chinaman will make aofter woods, those which ordinarily
girls, he w ill do a lot o f fool tt t y i gal
•ome people who declare.!
that
Roy her. She » a* a roar-cheeked Yorkshire bis mark yet.”
Farm P ro b le m *.
wouldn't last more than tw o or three
l l te P’
Grantley was still away; but It la quite girl, whose father had been a farmer,
What
do
you
do
fo
r
thumps
In
ptga?
“ I don't doubt It.” apoke np the man years. By the treatm ent o f chemicals,
“ is the w orst Joke e v er plnyed
••true, for I saw Roy In a hansom not but who had failed, owing to bad sea­
though, their life is extended to at least
When la tha beat time to water a
ten minute* ago (he looked aa white aa sons and high rents, so that his children w ith the glazed collar. “ One o f them
M m learn» front e w •
horse?
■ aheet. by the wayi. but of all the falee. had all had to go out Into th* world and made a mark on my shirt with a hot ten years. The movement first had Its
except an experien ce with * *•
origin
abont
1880.
when
attention
was
wicked, cruel slander« on an innocent earn their living. Folly Whittle, aa she Iron only yesterday “
What does It coat ta produca a in i t
called by tha governm ent that there pound o f beef?
little darling like your w ife! However, had been railed In th* days when th*
A re you aa active In
1
A lw a ys place a large book on a table waa becoming a scarcity o f tim ber In
you ami 1 know the world, don't w e 7 Idled her time over her father’s farm
you ow e as you are in collect!*!1 f
H ow much grain and hay abonld
Bod, after «11, for you to complain would gale, aad when Edgar Raikes employed before opening It.
Various sections o f tha country.
work bora# ba fad?
due you?
i *
the
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