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The Roupell Mystery
By Austyn Granville
ClIAPTKlt IX. (Continued.!
The doctor wa following thin theory
with breathless tuteresl. "llo on." he
II wm about to retire as he c.me,
when the thnuthl occurred to Mm to
divert suspicion from himself by placing
the pistol he had picked up on hi mj
through the room, near hi victim. Hut
thrrc mint Ik a report and a ptstol
wound, lie raised the window, and noted
the distance to the tree. lie went orer
and tired the pbtol at Mailame Itoupell,
who wa atlll insensible. Thro he threw
the pitol down and Jumped from the
window. We mut anarch for the man
In two place: In the haunts of the poor
and In the palace of the wealthy. We
hare little to guide ua but the crap of
parchment and the cold locket I also
"11 me look at the locket," mid the
doctor. "Can you set It open? It ma;
contain a lock of hair or something."
"I, hare already done ttuL It contain
a picture," responded Casaagne. "I will
The detective took a penknife and pried
tip the little cold lid. A small photo
graph wax dlscloeed to view. It was the
portrait of a man of about twenty year
"What doea thla mean!" cried the doc
tor. "Henry Graham cannot hare com
mitted thla murder. This la a portrait
of Henry Graham himself."
"Impossible r ejarulated the detectlre.
"It U a tact," replied Dr. Mama. lie
ran Into the drawing room, and picking
up an album, turned the page over rap
idly. Finally he (topped at a certain
"That waa Henry Orabsm when he
vu a decent member of aoclety," he Mid.
The detectlre put the locket down close
to the photograph, and compared th two
"There la no doubt whatever about It."
he remarked. "You are ri(fat; they are
portrait of one and the same man."
"Then It couldn't be Henry OrahatnT"
Inquired tbe physician. "A man doesn't
carry a locket containing a picture of
"It may not be Henry Graham at alt,"
replied the detective. "I hope It Isn't
for the aake of tbe family; but be'a the
man we've sot to look for first, and the
sooner we find htm the better your
friend's prospects are of regaining bis
There are all kinds of men In Paris.
II kinds of failure la life and all klnda
f successes tbe poor renins who dls-
patches himself In an attic, and the
financial magnate. The VIcomte de Va-
lair was one of those gentlemen who
aaltttt be placed In the latter category.
,. At a bowtd he had risen from compare.-
,jHre obscurity to sudden wealth and such
"'.soeW position as his title, baring Its
' soarce la tbe king of the Belgian, could
tsutare him In a society which cared ra til
er mors for good dinners than old blood.
Tbe VIcomte de Vallar great bit had
been tbe successful Coating of the City
and Suburban Messenger Company. Lon
don had refused to accept this scheme,
preferring to send Its servants out Into
tbe rain and ruin Its liveries, to having
a little Instrument In the bouse by which
to summon at a trifling charge a messen
ger, a doctor or a cab. De Vallar, with
an eye keen as a hawk, bad watched the
career of the enterprise In the English
metropolis. He saw that It was unsult
ed to the phlegmatic and exclusive tem
perament of the Ilrlton. In the Ameri
can colony at Paris alone was to be
found a successful field for Its oixra
tlons. The projectors of the London com
pany, Americans, were glad enough to
sell the French patents. They even
laughed in their sirens at the vicointe,
as they pocketed bis rash, reg.rdlng him
already a a ruined man. At the same
time they could not help admiring his
audacity. The VIcomte de Vallar was
audacious, and he displayed consummate
tact In putting his scheme before the
public lie opened a Urge and showy
office. He subsidized the most renal of
tbe Paris newspaper, be pulled a thou
sand strings. Then, when all was ready,
be opened bis subscription books. Hun
dreds came to his office, rang up a mes
senger, and baring subscribed, called up
cab on the queer little buulug Instru
ment, and departed rejoicing In their
hearts that there were such enterprising
men in existence as tbe VIcomte de Va
llar. All that was fire years ago. Once
floated, tbe vlcotnt had promptly with
drawn himself from the mesjieugcr enter
prise, and forested the Increased capital
which that speculation had brought him,
In tbe Mutual Credit and Trust Com
pany. A rerf limited number of shares
of this concern bad been o&Vrrd to the
public. Such was tbe prestige of the
vlcomte'tf name that they had been sub
scribed for over and over again In a very
Iiut ft was not alone In the. Held of
business that de Vallar bad achieved
such ft remarkable success. The vleom
tease was a brilliant, dark-eyed, handsome
woman, whom tie Vallar claimed to have
met abroad during his travels In the West
. Indies Martinique, rumor had It. Her
entertainments were much sought efter,
and who shall say that she wan not a
useful anil excellent helpmeet? If a
wealthy subscriber wavered, an Invita
tion to tbe bouso wbeie they could talk
tbe matter fer almost invariably result
ed In tbe erasing of tbe transaction. It
i dot possible that mas with such
an establishment above alt inch a wlfe
could go wrong, ir the vlromtca Idea,
of an office was rather a loud one, the
undoubted good tatte of his wife cor
rected these thlcgs at home.
Those deep blue eyes of the vlcomtrsse.
were not the only attraction at the do
Vallar mansion. There was always high
play for thono who relished that kind of
thing, and a sprinkling of those ladles
whom such a woman as the do Vallar,
as she was familiarly called at the clubs,
would be sure to gather around her. They
were women or great personal attractions,
tome of them divorce, others on the
high road to that enviable state, the
quaslseparatlon, which leaves the wife In
a position to enjoy herself without dan
ger of comment, and supptle her, under
tbe French law, moreorer, with the meaua
of doing no.
Of the many frequenters of the vlcom
tease's establishment In the Avenue Wag
ram perhaps M. Jules Chabot was as wel
come a guest as any. Ills undoubted re
spectability ma ile htm an exceedingly de
alrable acquaintance. M. Chabot, on the
other hand. liked tbs free-and-easy at
mosphere of the d Vallar mansion. IV
Vallar waa a man who always had some
young, rich fool dangling after him, de
sirous of seeing life. A certain portion
of the money only of these Innocents
coutd be diverted to the Innumerable and
mysterious uses of the Mutual Credit
and Trust Company. They were then af
forded an opportunity of losing the real
due at tbe card tables In the Arenue
Many, doubtless, who frequented the
ricomte's establishment were totally un
aware of the risks they ran. These were
rarely suffered to go behind tbe curtain.
M. Chabot was one of tho who had for
aume ttiue not been admitted to the priv
ileged circle without great care. To do
him Justice. It Is highly probable that If
the rell had been removed all at once, be
would hare ceased his visit, altogether.
He Hred In bachelor apartments. Pro
foundly impressed with a sense of hi
personal dignity, he endeavored on a very
small Income to keep up appearances.
Lately, howerrr, he had Joined de Vallar
In more than one fevestment by which
he had profited.
The wily de Vallar, who bad allowed
his friend to pocket something handsome
as hi share of these enterprises, of
course, had his object In view. What
other, Indeed, could It be than to discover
all about Chabot's rich friend. Mme.
Itoupell, concerning whom M. Chabot was
not at all loth to impart Information,
for he would In bis turn be able to. dis
cover what probable dot tbe old lady
would be able to give whichever of the
girls be should chooe to marry.
Hucn Inquiries, the rrcomte, whose po
sition In tbe world of finance enabled him
to make better than Chabot. willingly
set on foot to oblige his friend. He as
sured M. Chabot that report had not ex
aggerated Mme. Itoupell'a wraith. That
a portion of a million and a half of
franca had been set a tart for tbe Wel
don sisters. In tbe opinion of M. Cha
bot, It only remained for him to declare
himself to one or the other of the young
ladles, and he had been, as the reader
will hare seen, on tbe very ere of mak
ing sdea a declaration to Kmlty Weldon
when the tragedy occurred.
Tbe question which now nrowt In tbe
mind of M. Victor Lablanrhe, tbe astute
prefect of police, was this: Had M. Cha
bot sought to precipitate matters by the
removal of tbe proprietress of the Cha
teau Vllleneuve? He had discovered al
ready that Inquiries rrgnrdlng her fortune
and her Intentions respecting It had been
set on foot by Jules Chahot. A little
further research revealed the fact that
the Frenchman's finances were In a des
perate condition. In hit later enterprises
with the VIcomte de Vallar. fortune had
not been so kind. He bad tout heavily.
Five year Wore the tragedy at the
Chateau Villeneute, Charles D'Auhuron
bad found himself the uutrammelril pos
sessor of a considerable patrimony, and
had started In to enjoy life. He was then
twenty-one year of age. Two years latr
be had exhausted every mean of pleasure.
He was at' that age when a really good
woman would have proved bit salvation.
Hue did not, however, make her appear
ance. He was destined to find relief In
a more novrl and totally unexpected di
rection. The Hue Ilrodler I not a particularly
attractive stnt-t either before or after
midnight. The police will assure you
that It is positively dingerous. Many a
sunrise bus ret wiled the body of some
victim lying In Its dark courts and noi
some alleys. It Is altogether a strange
place for a oung uisn of means, who by
rights should at such an hour be snugly
in tx-d and asltvp, to be vtandering in at
threw o'clock in tho morning. It Is the
abode of robber. Kvi-ry house In 'It Is a
den of thlers. The Seine, running liy
at It foot with dark slid turbid flood,
I altogether too handy.
It nits to this unattractive street that
at au unseemly hour Charles D'Auburon
strayed with unconscious fret. He had
arisen from a sleepless bed, and had
strolled far and near, Intending to tire
himself out. Then hi reward would
come; repose, sound and refreshing, and,
glorious thought, perhaps an jpetlt, to
which latter luxury ha had been for some
day a stranger.
He walked on, totally unconscious of
danger, a thick stick but only weapon, la
all the confidence of a man who has never
felt th crack of a bras kauckl In th
hand of a gnrroter or made the acquaint
auoe of tt Ntmlhag.
Dark figures were creeping from the.
alley behind hltn. Mysterious whistles
resounded ntul re-echoed from the courts,
Something told him of lib danger, lie
stopped and looked up at n name on the
comer house, Just legible In the dingy
lamp light. To what part of Purl had
ho wandered? He was lit the Hue Hrodlrr.
Involuntarily he turned to retrace hi
steps only to find himself confronted by
a half score of sturdy ruffian. Ho grasp
ed his stick the tighter and backed closer
to the wall. HU face was very pale;
but l.e did not show any sign of fenr.
"You will go on," he answered, defiant
ly, "or I will call the police.
'an., ni ii... ..'. i. i
make their beata tu the Itue Ilrodler. even
In the daytime," retorted the lender of
the ruffians, "Come, your money, young
Imu,r- I Keep a record of the, breeding of
DAuburon put his hand In hi pocket rIirn po,,, io yon wl), know wllpn ana
and flung Into the air what silver and , tue t0 cat Bm, ,hon aUow ,,cr ,0
gold he had about him. It fell upon th . , ,vJt !,.,. ...ivln-
Pavement under the street lamp. l"hev , ' ' . . . 7 "' . .
rushed at It like feast. Then D'Au-1 Tlm l,",r' mlU "ouM f,s' 1,k9
buron lost hi nerve. He thought he saw working Imrmj and ahotild receive pirn
his opportunity. He sprang Into th t,r of excrclwv Work htm In tread
middle of the street and ran like a deer, power. -
The mob rushed after him. He would Tim milking I one of the mot lm
hare distanced them all, perbap, he waa irtnnt porta of the dairy tmlm.
so very fleet, when the leader put hi TtB nn ,noM tl, mIkp, .ickly,
hand to his mouth and uttjre.1 a peculiar rIrftnr nm, u, I(, ,10, ,, ,our
ofrhim,rfrn.,hH.,i:j:.u rxn w r1" not ,p,,u,"r r
them before he knew It. He raM hi. ,,,0,rn' n,n,t ","",, n OT rt,UM
heavy stick and struck one down. Th k,rlt"- ,r ' l','t" he I some cans
other Jumped at his throat and bor him '"' It. Iok for the cnite and remedy
to th ground. It. It may h n sore teat. It may he nn
Rven while h waa thus fighting and Inflamed udder or It may h that she
struggling for his life he became con- J has been misused nnd regard her milk
clou that om thing was being don In cr nn Bn cncmj. ,, ,n1 , fjjht. If
hi favor. II saw a medium sited, thick- mlch ,, th rMt ,1)r kr ant,
set man standing over them and beard ... i ..., ,,., . . ,.
him STUnr In Yon- Bf ....h,ll. I. ,K' Wl" p(,rn ,hat T0U W n0t
mediately the fellow with whom he wis
fighting relaxe.1 hU hand on hi. throat.
On hi dirty face alarm was plainly rlsl-
ble. With a muttered apology to the
thickset man he rushed to meet the mob
of hi fellows, exclaiming :
"Ilack, you fool. It Is Monsieur Ca
Quietly they all sneaked away from th
man whom of all other tbey dreaded. II
had been known to go In among thenx,
and at th point of th pistol pick out
soma desperate criminal and de ver him.
over to Justice. That's bow Alfred Cas-
sagne and Charles) D'Auburon became ac
quainted. Profoundly grateful to M. Csusagne.
D'Auburon not note .11.1 not loss sleKt
of him, but rislted him often. Tbe
friendship or the detective wa the other's
salvation. Merely curious at first, D'Au-
buron ultimately became completely fa-
clnatid In, tbe character and career of hU
Thinking that he, D'Auburon, had seen
and exhausted everything, he was aston-
shed to find these new field, of adven-
ture and occupation which Ibis man had
tilled to such perfection that they yield-
ed an abundanV harvest. Imagining he
knew It all, be stood humbled In the pre-
ence of that genius, who unequaled pen-
etratlon of the thoughts and methods, and
whose extraordinary knowledge of th
ways of men and women, astonished while
It enthralled blm.
With an ardor which be could not have
believed be possessed, be willingly placed
himself and bis fortune at the disposal of
th great master In that most difficult of
professions. DA.iburon, a, U. gne l
fore him, succumbed to the fascination
of a pursuit which tbe Ignorant despise,
simply because the, do not comprehend
It. D'Auburon trnmi first the pupil,
and finally the assistant of the great de-
tectlve. And D'Auburon and "Cllquot"
were one and the same man.
It wa nearly ten o'clock one morning
when D'Auburon Jumped out of bed. II .
had worked Ute the evening previous on I
a pet literary project Live of Great
Detectlves. On the table of hi. sitting
room the manuscript upon which be had
been engaged still lay. .Scattered near It
were half a doten volume, all relating to
the sain subject. D'Auburon stepped
lightly from hi bedroom Into a small
kitchen at the bark of the flat. He struck
a match, lit hi gaa stove and put on hi
chocolate. (Jolng to bl bathroom ha
turned on the cold water. Then he went
out and stood for a moment In hi dress
Ing gown and slipper looking out through
the lace curtain Into the street. He wa
perceptibly boreil. Active service wa
what he wa longing for. Falling that,
for thlnis had been dull of late, ho had
fallen back upon bl book.
He wa aroused from hi reverie. by
the sound of the water boiling over In
the kitchen. Passing quickly through th
other two apartment he busied himself rcstH thu gate piece, which I of n suit
in the preparation of bl chocolate. ThU abe gze 0 turn easily. Through the
done, be took two rolls from a small cup- Uj,jK.r part of the MMt a twit-Inch hole
wmru, pui mem on pour sou rarneu
oooru, pui mem on pmie sou rarrieu
them Into hi. altt Ing ro.m. where be de-
pus lei! them on the table. Then whlla
his chocolate ... cooling, he went to the .
hatbrootu, where he threw aside hi dress
ing gown and undergarment, kicked off
his sllp.ers and illlorted himself for a
minute or two In the water. He'wa
plunging around, enjoying the Icy con
tact a only a thoroughly robust man
dix-s, when a loud knocking at the door
of the silting room wa. heard. He open-
ed tbe bathroom door without stepping
trom tlie lup, ami mmuii-ii ntstiiy;
"Wait a minute; I am bathing."
"I can't wait. Hurry up," replied a
voire on th outside of tho door. "There
a letter for you, monsieur."
(To be continued.) '
Too Much lo Bother Willi.
Habbath School Teacher Where
have you been lately, BadloT I haven't
wen you nt Sunday school for noma doubt tbe advantages of spraying In
time. "blight" years 5 but somo doubt whether
Sodlo Smith Ob, please, jnlvi, I'm the practice Is profitable year after
learning frencb ami, music no'vr, M year. Teats along this line have boen
mother don't wish mo to take rollzlM continued for fire yean by the Kxpcrl
Jtwt yet LoBdea Sketck. fMt BUtlon at Oenevaj snd tbe vl-
RHtjaestltin tnr llatrjrmsn,
A rood thus tit itn vnnr ilnhortilnr Is
.to dehorn tim mi.- .riiii n ron.1 de.
hnrner when they nr a few day old.
Mark, them with an aluminum rurmnrk
so you enn keep a record of them.
, 'n ,0 "" "".
I C"n the long hair off the ndder nnd
flnnVa and tall, and wipe off the udder
with a damp cloth before milking, and
ymt will te surprised to see how much
cleaner the milk will be,
Weigh each row's milk with an ac
curate scale nnd test the milk with n
., w ,. ..... .. m k- .m.
"" "" " 'J" ""'.I, ",, ,
h"w ron,n "f fr w" " "'
fo.r thrmelre.--ir. Davlit Iloberts,
isconsm raw vcicruinnnK.
Wheat In Ik Cotton Hlt.
Tim tlrst week In November I early
enough to sow wheat throughout the
middle portion of the CflltOII belt. Till
crop often succeed well sown Into
a Dec, I, prorldcd the condition shall
ho favorable) for germination for two
week after sowing (not too cold nnd
wet)t jj,mj covered with a thick
'growth of grass or other vrgetntlon Is
( considered the tet condition for
w,,Mt for Ul, ,,, thnt nPat like
,.,, ,,,, .,,, ,!!. Turn
,' , ,, i,-,, then mil
'" "r '"f'1 w,,,, . hen, wri0"; '".!!.
' " r"l',r' ''' "",-
A one or one and n half ton roller nm
over n freshly plowed surface once or
twice, will compact the three or four
Inches of surface soil. The wheat sees!
should then bo put In with a rr-gtilar
w,et drill, aays a Houthcrn authority.
l would not apply lea than -I') pound
0f fertilizer per aero nm! would prefer
W)0 to ))0o pound unlrs the land be
(.i.,,,,,. rcn i recommend thla for-
, ' , , , ,, ,cI( p,Km,
, , - ' . ,, , .,nfc-i ,.!
ph-t-. 400 pound of lri
fn'U of muriate of JKitasa
I-er ncrc, supplemented with it top
dressing of M to 75 ponmla of nitrate
of soda In March If the npieanitico of
the plnnt acem to Indlcnto tho need
f more nitrogen. Kxchangu.
Do entile nm Ulnae,
. . .m.nn.nvimt skotch A ren-
tnmU . ,)Iopk f ,,, ,, , wlIch
a socket hot I innde. says n writer to
the Prnlrle Knrmer. In this socket
,g U)(.pj ,, wl,t,, H ,jrn.n mll. proni
,g U)rpd ,, wl,c, H ,irn. mll
f , fork, A , ,,, ,,
,"., ;,, .. ,,. ..... nrnll ....
urouK' V . . . ', .
I n pin
wrtcd to hold It In plm-e
Hits lo I'lieU Apple.
Two Injtira of fruit ajjuuld Im plnnnl
In Hie txiltom of u hntrcl. vvllh etciu
down and o cloo tosefher it iHHifili,
Tluxo will form tho fining, fur till end
will bo tho top when opened. I'll) In
w tho untile crude, shako often, mid
when iienr the lop put in two morn
layers with stems lip. letting the hint
layer stiuul n fulL Inch above the chine
of tho Imrrol. Now put on the lid and
slowly press Into place, slinking the
barrel In the ineunwlillo. Kami Jour
ml. SprurloK Potatoes.
Careful twtnto groweri enn no longer
oooti Ulnae roa aatc.
denct' presented In llutletlii No. 21HX,
giving tlotnll of the fifth vrur teal
nmUumtnnrlc of preceding oiic.Mcmt
conclusive In fitvor of the practice
The gnln each year tins been profitable
and there l rtlrrmly much more than
enough cxivsm of gnln orer coat to pay
for spraying rive years more. Kluillnr
! ' ' 'I"" " ,' 'w
omniiirsi oy innnrr unurr ir.i wiv
fully checked by the station nnd by
much larger number of fanners who
Ml Tesns Outs,
Ttio Vtraln of the lied Texn oat
which ha given the largest yield for
two u-Hsons nnd which stand, thin! In
order of jrichl for the fonr year' trial
ha hern grown At th Knn.ns station
for four years and ha seemed to lm
prove rather than to deteriorate In
quality am! yield. Out are not ronstd
ered well ndnpted for growing In thl
ntnte. It I the general experience
that ont soon "run out" In Knn.n.
and farmers consider It necessary tu
secure new seed every two or three
years. The trial nt the Kansas sta
tion, however, Indicate that It Is not
only possible to maintain the quality
am! yield of oat, hut also to even Im
prove them by good culture and by
sowing only the bent grade.
A .t-ll H.
Ity having a regular ami orderly nal.
Nii always at hand In some convenient
place It may route In handy In an
ttAMUT NAIL MIX.
emergency. The hot with t-wrate
compartment for the different stieil
nail may bo easily made by Inserting
partition In the hot, the site depnnd
tng the number of apartment dsatml.
It may not Ih generally known, but
many twg disease of trv are prad
lfri' fc,i "I"7 T Thli prescription, it.tr a w.ll.
trel n"rn",r3rn,"n d,f w' ''7"; "' known authotlly Ins. Cleveland morn.
i?IHii 1. Ve . ". ?'U".n l'r. tcrce.th.rlgf,lup,!n.o.
of carbolic acid before beginning to tu", kin.;, lo niter and .ir.in from
prune nnothiT tree, sn If any .germ. lt blood th polmou. waste matUr
are on the tool thla treatment will d-'tnj urc MJi hifj, MUti jilfUma.
strny them, As soon m a wound I.t.m.
made It I n goo.1 Idea to disinfect and Ai Ithturnitlsm Ii not only th mo
paint tt to keep out the moisture. There painful and torturous dl.eu.e, but dan.
1 danger of tree contracting disease, 'getoui to III, this .Implo recipe will
ns tho grrms enter the wounds and dl- DO doubt lw gieatlr valmxl by many ul-
eauni pisce result, or Hie exposed pprts
will egln to decay as soon as the mois
ture geta a hold Apple Specialist.
SaTUsr th Clnvsr.
It I a falling of tho American fsrm.!
er when n blade of grass or a stem of
clover makr a strong showing to try'
to turn It Into beef, mutton or pork.
In thla effort to iillllbxo It ho entirely ,
forget that the plant may need a little
winter protection. He do,s not under-
stand how little I. often sufficient to
save the plant from frost destruction.
Where the clover I. not pastured It I '
often allowe! to perfect Its seed, which
la a fatal to tho crop next yenr as th
winter frcexlng. Clipping would snvo
the crop where It U so fonvard to
bloom and perfect sihiI,-
v 'Means IVil lo Mnln.
Itenn can Ih ined to swine only It.
the cooked form. The pig icm to be
unable to utilize beans which are at
all hnn! or linn, even though they have
been iKilln! for some time; henco It Is
very essential that they ho tlKiroughly
nnd carefully rooked, says It. K. Hhnw,
Michigan. To supply n single feci! of
tnlf-cookcd heans to a pen of hogs robs
them of their appetites am! relish for
their food, If Indeed It does uot put
them off their feed.
Tim Asphniicua llril,
Hum off tins asparagus beds now ana
rlcitn tho ground thoroughly, itpptylng
liiniiure plentifully. All IjiihIh nnd
wivd Hint have not been cleared from
th ground will serve ns hnrlwrlng
plan for mice uml Insect. When thu
innleritilH on (lm surface of the ground
which have leen destroyed by frost
uro drv. niul (ho Krnm nUo dend, It Is
not dlillcult to burn an entire bed over
nnd tint consume many seed on tho
Take tip the ctirrmit cuttings nnd
plnnt In nursery rows, nnd throw a
ridge of earth over them, so Hint they
nro covered nbout two IiicIioh deep, In
the spring thU covering Humid bo ro
moved, to Hint the tip tire left Just
below the surface of the ground. In
this way currant aro readily propa
gated from hardwood cuttings mnds
from well-ripened shoot of one
Th:ro Is ono thing that will
cure It Aycr'i Hair Vigor.
It Is regular acalp-mcdlclnc.
It quickly destroys tho gcrmi
which cause this ttlscsic.
Tho unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dindruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
healihyscalp means a great deal
to you healthy hair, no dan.
Th bstt hind ef a testimonial
"Bold for ovsr slstr yars."
1 a srveo.t-fU.Mss,
Maklasj Tklna K.
Cuttomer (to watchmaker) I told
rou that my watch lt half an hour
tvtry day, snd now that you'v repa
d It It gain, half an tsiur.
Watchmaker Well, don't complain,
It's onlr working to catch up lost time,
PASS THIS AROUND
IllS HOW TO MAKC A SrUPlC ftlKU.
MATI5M OJNC AT HOMC
PrcKriptlon CK-ta Wh'ifl Sufferer
Drtae) DUe Cm rvlv M
Up ami Try at Horn 4
To rsllsv tho wont forma of T!ha
matlim, tV a teaipoonful of th lot.
lowing mlxtut alter each meal and at
Fluid Kxtracl Dandelion, one hall
ounc5 Coropouoil Rargon, ona onnee
Compound Hyrup Hsmparllla, three
The narrate. Ingtcllent. run l
obtalntd 'mm any druggist In th
mailer tawm, and ar easily mixed by
hating them well in a bottl Itllif
1 , Rr
1 genotally hit from th first few
ffferi hete at home, whoihould tt onr
preptra the mlxtute to yet thU rlll.
It I. laid that a person whn would
lake thU prracilpllon regul.rly. a dose
lor iwu dally, oi even a lew lime a
ck, would nevtr have terlout kltlny
or Utlnaty dliordors or Kheumatltm.
Cut thl out and prr it Oood
'thuntlim preecilptlon. which really
"H cice, Indeed, and whw
ou nKtl " ou wnl " ht,iit'
Ad.m 7-wfox-Th.Ty .V I gel.'
Job Kturky If It' any cheaper tb.a
n kin they've ben handln' out lo m
'"'', somebody'll hr to pay m fur
',ln' )' h'g.rshl I'm no garbag rdue-
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Ii OHisuniillr miM lie. KIim's les
Kfv. futisfsr. lsduf VUKKHIiUI !ll. M
usstiis. it. tt. M. bTilx, Ja. si Attn ml, rkius,rs.
Than Ik rtrsnorhs.
"I had a call from Mrs. MultlplunkJ
"I heard h was going In for slonv
mlng." Houston Post,
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a nn i iii-miw
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Alwovs buv tho bomuno ultich
Ims tho Jiill name of Ilia Coin-
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