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trong and Steady
An IxHir missed without ft wont 'wing
spoken bj lilit singular botett. Klip went
to the window from limp to time, and
looked out a if expecting some one. Ai
length Walter determined to break the
silence, which had become opprelve. It
did not eeero nntiirnl for two persons to
U- In the mkk room so long without
H-aVtng n word.
"I should think jou noil Itl find It lone
ly 1 1 vine In the wood away from an
neighbors," he mM.
"I don't care for neighbor," said the
"Hate jou lited here long?"
"That's n people reekon time," was the
"You don't have fr to go for fuel."
was the next remark of our here.
"Did you say jou was n hook peddler?"
"I am a book acnt."
"Is jour buslne-w a good one?" she ak-
"I hate done very well no far, but then
1 have been at it only n week."
"it's n good thing to have money," nil
to wbmu, more to herself than to Wal
ter. "Yes," wld Walter "It's very convrn
It'Dt to haw moaej ; but there art other
th my that are twltcr."
"Such as what?" demanded th woman
"Good health, and a good conscience."
She laughed scornfully.
"111 tell jou there's no-thing so ged
r.s money. I've wanted It all my life,
and never could pet It. 1K you think 1
weakl lle here In the wood If I had
money? No. I should like to be a ift.lj.
and wear fine doth, and drive ale-iit
In a handsome carriage. Why are we
Jioople no lucky, while I live In this mis
"IVrhajH your lark will chxnse some
day," be raid, though he had little faith
la hts own word, lie wondered bow ttte
tall, taunt woman of the backwoods woiM
look dressed In silk and satin.
"My luck never will chance." she said,
jutekly. "1 must lite and die In some
tueh hovel an this."
"My lurk haa chanted." said Walter,
quietly; "but In a different way."
"How?" she asked, betraying In her
tone some curiosity.
"A year ago .x months ago my filth
er was a rich man, or was considered so.
lit was thought to be worth over a hun
dred thousand dollars. All at once bis
property was swept away, and now I am
obliged to earn my own living, as you
"How did your father lose hi money?"
"Uf speculating In mines."
"The more fool be."
"My father Is dead." said Walter,
fracely. "I cannot bear to hear blm
"Humph!" ejaculated the woman. "I
expect you are hungry."
"Yes." mM Walter, "I am; but I can
wait till your husband eotnes."
She took out rota a small cupboard a
date of bread and soate coM meat, and
laid them oa the table. TToa she steep
ed some tea, and, when It was ready, she
put that aim) on the table. Walter un
derstood from thin that supper was ready,
and, putting on his shoes, which were
bow dry, he moved his chair up.
The woman poured him out some tea
in one of the cracked cum.
The first sip of the tea. which was
quite strong, nearly caused a wry ex
pression oa Walter's fac, but 1 man
aged to control himself o far as not to
boiray his want of relish far the bev
erase hN hostess offered blm. The only
rwleeml'nc quality it had was that It
was hot, and, eipo-e-d as be bad been
to tbe storm, warm drink was agree
able. "There's some bread anl there' some
troat," said tbe woman. "You can hlp
Walter ale heartily of the food, ami
succeed! In empljlng bis eup of tea.
lie would have taLen another cup If therv
had li milk and sugar, but It w a stoo
bitter to be lutltlng.
Walter pushed his chair from the table,
end sat down again before thu fire. Khe
rose and cleared the table, replacing the
brtad and meat In the cupboard. There
was silence for another hour. Walter
wished It were time to go to bed, for
the presence of such a woman Hindu hlra
feel uncomfortable. Hut it was too early
jet to suggest retiring. At length the
silence was broken by a step outside.
That's Jack," said the woman, rising
hastily; and over her face there came a
transient gleam of satisfaction, the first
Wulter had ohsened.
Ilefore she could reach the door It was
opened, and Jack entered. Waller look
ed up with some curiosity to see what
eort of a man tbe husband of this woman
Might be. He saw a stout man, with low
crinj cjes, and matter ret hair and
"They are fitly mated," thought our
The man stopped abort as his glance
rested upon Walter, and he turned
quickly to his wife.
"Who have jou got here, Meg?" he
asked, In a rough voice.
"He was otertaken by the storm, and
wanted me to take him In, and give him
supper and lodging."
"He's a boy. What brings him Into
"He aye he's a book peddler."
"Where are bla books?"
"1 have sold them all," said Walter,
feeling call il Hn to lake a portonal
share In the ooincrMtkni.
"How many did jihi hat?"
"How much did j-ou charge for them?"
"nitre dollar and a Imlf nplev."
"That's setrnty dollars. n't It?"
"Well, you can stay here all nlht II
jou want to. We ain't U'wd to Wplti' a
tatern. but jou'll fare a well as we."
"Thank jou. 1 mi afraid I hljttit
bare to stay out all nleht "
While his wife was getting out the
vipper again, the man sat down beside
the Rre, ami Walter had a chance to wan
hi rough feature. There wa omethlnc
In hi appearnnee that lnplred distrust,
and our hero wished the night were jit,
and he were again on his way.
About nine o'clock Walter Intimated a
desire to go to tied. The woman tit n
candle, ami left the room, follow ed by
Walter. She let! the way up n much,
unpointed staircase and opened the door
of the room oter the one In whkh thej
had been seated.
IHiktng around him. Walter found
that the chamber which he bad entered
was a bare as the room Mow, If not
more so. There wn not even n In
stead, but In the corner there wa a M
on the Hour with some ragged bedclothes
spread oter it.
"That's where yftti're to sleep," sahl
the woman, pointing It out.
"(Joodnlght." saM Walter.
She put the candle oa the nvtntelplece.
for there was no bureau or table In the
room, and went out.
"This ln't a very stylish tavern, that's
a fact." thought Walter, taking a survey
of the room. "I shall hate a bard bed,
but I guewi I can staml It for one night."
There wa something else that trou
bled him more than the poor accommo
dations. The ill looks of hi hot and
hostes-s bad made a strong Impression
upon bis mind. Tbe particular Imjulrle
which they bad made about hi success
in sellln,- books, am their strong deire
for money, led him to feel apprehensive
of robbery. He wa in the heart of the
woods, far away from assistance, am at
their mercy. What could he, a boy of
fifteen, do against their combined attack?
He would bate preferred to sleep In the
wood without a shelter, rather than
bate placed himself in their ower.
I nder the Influnce of this apprehen
sion, be examined the door to see If
there wa any way of locking It. Hut
there was neither lock nor bolt. There
bad been a bolt once, but there was none
now. Next he looked about the room to
see If there was any heavy article of
furniture with which he could barricade
tbe door. Hut, as lias already been
said, there was neither bureau nor table.
In fact, there was absolutely no article
of furniture except a single wooden chair,
and that, of course, would be of no ser
vice. "What shall I do?" thought Walter.
"That man can enter tbe room when I
am asleep, ami rob me of all my money."
I am In; about tbe room, he noticed a
closet, the door of which was bolted on
tbe outside. Withdrawing the Iwlt, he
opened the door ami looked In. It wa
nearly empty, containing only a few
articles of little or no tnlue. A plan of
operations rapidly suggested Itself to Wal
ter In case the room should be entered
while he was asleep. In pursuant of
this dan he threw a few pennim upm
the Itoor of the closet, ami thn cluaeil
the door attain. Next he drew from his
pocketbook all the money It contained,
except a single live-dollar bill. The bank
notes thus remove amounted to fifty -Ave
dollars, lie then drew off hi slock
in, and, laying the hills In the bottom,
attain jxit them on,
Walter's feelinsts, as lie lay on his
bard bed on tbe floor, were far from
pleasant. He was not sure that an at
tempt would be made to rob him. but the
probability seemed so great that lie could
not comiKrtte himself to sleep. Suspense
was so painful that he nlmost wished (hat
Jaik would come up If he Intended to.
He wax tired, but his mental Bnxlety tri
umphed over hi Ixxllly fatigue, ami he
tossed about restlessly.
It was about nine o'clock when he went
to bed. Two hours passed, and still there
were no signs of the apprehended Inva
sion. Hut, five minutes later, t heavy
step was heart) uion the staircase, whlrh
creaked beneath the weight of the limn
ascending. Jack tried to come up softly,
but It creaked nevertheless.
Walter's heart beat quick, as he heard
the steps approaching nearer and nearer.
It was certainly a trying moment, that
might hate tested the courage of one oili
er than our hero, I'reseutly the tloor
opened softly, ami Jack advanced stealth
lly Into the chamber, carrying n candle
which, howeter, was unllglitisl. Ho reck
oned uion finding Walter undressed, nud
his clothes hanging oter tho tlmlr; but
the faint light that entered through the
window showed him that his Intended vic
tim had not remoted his clothing.
The robbor paiued a moment, and then,
stooping over, inserted his hand Into
Walter's picket. He drew out the pock
etbook, Waller making no sign of being
aware of what was going on.
"I've got It," muttered Jack, with sat
isfaction, and stealthily retraced hi step
to the door. He went out, carefully clos
ing It after him, and again tbe step
creaked beneath his weight.
"I'm afraid he'll Mine hack when he
nds how little there I In It," thought
alter "If so. I mint trut lo my
The door wn noon again thrown open,
md .lack strode In, he-trlng l ItN hand
candle, till time lighted. He adtaneed
"It's lln for jou to get up. I'te irot
n lihthlng to mij to jou."
"Well," nld Waller, sitting up In bod,
Walter ,mt hi hand In hi Wket.
"It tta In my pockctbook," be said;
"hut It's gone."
"Here I jour pocketboek." snUI Jack,
"Hid jou take It out uf my intcVet?
Wlmt wide you take It? IKi jou metiu
to steal my iiHineyr
ie, I do; and the sooner jtni hand It
over the better."
"I hate st.me more money." said Wnl-
ter: "iHit t Iwpe ton will let m keen It "
"What made jou lake It out of jour "' m1""" '" ''' '" HIH '""I1 "'
pocket lnwk?" ' -I by I Iih-Ii m-hiiIIIiik The rin of
"llccnuie 1 ttivught I sIhmiM have n tho sliicher nmrictl I, nro lit fivt Ionic,
visit from jou." nud liwdo nf I liy ft liuli MttifT Tho
"What made you think so?" demanded (.r,,, ,,v. Nn. ft, la lit feet long. Hint
Jack, rather s.irpri.ed. I 1W(1( of ., ,,, 5 .,, ,- N ,j ,,
""'.' '' Iwprt"! W; f by ftliHli Hti.IT. MINI Is Iati4li on
hid It." "" UmXy n,U,tl,o fr,u.t o.Uot..nll.m tho l.y to sll.lo
nien ymi'd Mter find It agnln. I " "hen U'Iiik Hlmtitl on by
can't wait here all night, tiet up. am ' ""'',l Tltnta'W lilliuts'rt d 7. S, tl
And me llmt moticj, or It'll be the worwi d !" Hf iniiili1 of 'J hj lllliili slufT,
for jou." unit nro 10 feel long, except No. 7 Mini
"I hhl some money In that closet." said ,u M. tthlcli sliotihl t only hh long us
Walter. "I thought jou wouhl net think (do strnkor froiue I wide. Hmdi otnl
of I.Hklng there." f Nll HMl 0 , project n fit
., nirr wn uie ciei -inieii out
than Jark eagerlj single toward It and
threw open the door, lie enteral It, and
began to eer atiout him. holding the can
dle In hi ha ml.
"Where did you put It?" he Inquired,
turning to question Waller.
Hut he had searrely spoken when our
hero closed the door haMllj, and, before
Jark couhl reenter from his surprise, hail
I Hilled It on the outside. To add lo the
dlscomllture of the Imprisoned rulter. the
wlmt produced by the violent slamming of
the door blew out the candle, ami lie
found himself a et.pt lie. In utter dark
ness. "1ct me out. or I'll murder jou !" be
roared, kit king the harrier that separated
him from his late victim, now his captor.
Waller saw that there was no time to
lose. The dmir, tliough strung, wouhl
probably soon give way before the
strength of his prisoner. When the lib
eration took place, he must be gone. He
held the handle of his carpetbag between
hit teeth, and, getting out uf the window,
hung down. The distance wa not great,
end he alighted upon the ground without
Injury. Without delay he plunged Into
the woods, not caring In what direction
he went, as long as it carried htm away
from bla dishonest landlord.
(To be continued.)
The Oilier llenson,
A tenmstcr rvtlrea nt tho ngp of
ninety ttltd mi nivuiniilntlon of J.V),.
(A). Ho KijK do w nuts nud I entitled
to n rest. Soini- Impilrera wnut to
lintv do cinilil Imvc Nati-tl so
mi $1- n week, the hlglieit
wage do oter rttvltiil. Tho mistier U
easy. Ilu gut f- a ili.y. lie llttl on
'1 oeiits n iIh). Ho sale. I the
enco. 1 lived In New ork m 3
n ilar f.tr-niMjrlv iIt imaillui mul was Ih
iimgulllctiit lieHltd. Some ietiple oatl
.. ...... . . . .. . . I
to nit1; ih iters ntc to int.
As tdo old
clmp hi tho ferryboat mild to tdo
"Soiiiij-, why iIimm. n pig oat?"
" 'C'liuso lie's hungry."
"No. TIiijw'b aiHitder reason."
"He ttanta In niHko n hoi; of dim
M?lf." .S'iw York 1'r.iw.
Td ill oimi'm own Mitali-en, to shook
one's own i-.irn, to ph-U imo'a own ap
plird, In pile one's own hiiihsIwm at
ihio'h own barn! It la llko lllllug one's
HjM.iii tilth an Hiitltiixln bofnro uodu
into ii fover phiktiHl itiuiitrj. Olio Is
Immune to winter after tills, pro. Med
he MtajH to bake his iipptea In Ills own
wohI Mr.', Olio works himself Into n
clow with nil hi dlk'k'lnk' nml plcklim
mid lilllns Unit lusts until tvnnu wi-nth-rr
ctiiu.-N ncnlti, mid along tilth this
Inmost glow romiH slenllng over dim
tho lifter liiirwut Nutv, It Ih tho no
renlty of Indlnii suinnier, the iikmmI of
the nfter Imrvcnt HoiiMnn, urVittt dim
llsm dim nud Ills Melds mul wooda.
DiiIIiih liro Slinrp In Atlnutlc.
A I.enp-Venr I'nlrli,
Ho You linvo it bountiful collection
of presei How era,
Sliu Yea; but I allll need ono vnrl
fly to (Mmiph'te tho tiilhvtloii,
IU- You lutt'd but to limno It find
I'll motii Ihkivi'II mul trtli to ohtnlii
It for jou. '
.Sliu OrmiBo liUnrHuniH.
W'li.-n Ilie Slnlil rrniioseil,
Tho loiip-ycmr jilrl dml Just proposed,
'"IHiIh la cr o Niiililen," atiiiiiiiicretl
tho yotinx I""" I" tl" ! "I mil
Urfnilfiilly or einbnrriiHMil, nml "
"KmlmrniHsed!" exclnlmctl tho fair
nmlil. "Then I tnko It all bm-lc. I
tlwuiidt yoti dad oodli-H of monoy,"
r.olil Iln. Is.
Manaiter Do yon play by note?
Violinist Neto. Cash only.
rI ( f
I y ., ,
I AtWtfQ' $'!&
U h .Ml-ri
lllttllt.lllltllll Mtltltl.lt,. Illftt tl 111 till
"" m'"Uv '" '""'" '"'J li ,h,,w"
!" Ilu' l"''"; Tliw ro ih. rani-
" u ,,m,k Hl"1 ,l"' "ll,,H'r ,-l'"'
I'" eoiiMrurUmi iiui ln rvtulllj pro-
I'tiritl. TIu illttii'iinlntr of tho tnrliui
Tho lower timber tt tiled nro marked
j rtr,. HuiUt Hi feet Io;ik mill nro iimiIo
of I by R IihIi HfHHtllliic Tho slid' Up
...i.,. , , ,
'". iiniini -. nn- ni-ui n i.-ei
"": """ """" " " . "W"'"H
"" "- ' ""' ": n'. nmrMti
.... .,,,, ,, .. Vll .,
Nos. li mid I- nro inaito of 2 by -I-liuli
stuff. aUuil 10 foot lHig; llwen
Ixdtetl to No l.t mInhiI tft Inclnit frtmi
'do hltcdcr end of No. 1,1.
No. t.t Is nmito of 1 by I Inch stlllT,
nlsitit S feet I.Mig; tin" higher lint
nlitiuhl l nImhiI H feet hIhmo the
grtHiml, si tliHt it den Ido stacker Is on
tho groiiiHl the weight Inix, No. II,
Hbntihl l altlt two tin-he from the
tw.i pulleJM on the tinier em I of N.
Ill; ulo when the starker I upright.
an It la when the liny Is Idrowti .hi tile
sln.'k, tde weight box sIhiiiI.I Ih' mIhiiU
i Iih lien In-low tde two IHlllejs nn tde
llimr tunr ht.ickik.
upMT t'lul of No, l.'l, nml xx lit'it the
stacker I linlf-ttny .town the weight
Isix, No. 1 1, should Ih Just el iti r nf tde
No. II Is the ttclgdt box, mid should
Ih iiindo uf L'lntli stuff. iiImiiii H tu to
Iih'Iiis deep, mul ntxnit - foot Hiinro,
' It must h well splkitl tietlier.
ldit of td.i weight Is In shirt tde
stinker Iwik to the irrouml ns soon hn
tho Ihh.I In dcllicml from It on to Id.
stuck, ami wlieu I lie atmker la IiiiIiwh)'
sunk, ami wlieu me atmker la iiiiiiwh)'
to the groiliii), tde weight acts hn n
brake fur the oilier tialf of tin ttaj
down Tho hoi la Mlled Willi stones
Tdo mpe tthlili iittHtheM Iho weight
I ... at... -..... ... ..I I... ai......
, (six to tin stacker should
ipmrter Inch, mim.Ihk from tho weight
tip In'tweeii the two pulloja on the lli
per end of No. I.t, mid dottn to tho
center of stacker head No. ft. 'I he pill
lejH oil tho fro me of tho hIhi ker idltMlht
lie atliielietl by lilemm nf wimmIimi IdiH'kM
tilth n imlili cut out mo llmt tdo pulley
itiii lit between tho bh.'k and frame.
I'ullejH for this purKJt are linhea
In illaiiwler mid niNile of lunie.1 hard
wimnI. TIi.-m' are fiiNteiiiHl In pinto bj
means of h tmnl wihmI pin for mi axle.
'Ilie pulleJM awould Is kept hhII ii4IhI
to keep idem from calkin.
The roHi for nilslnu Iln- Hlncker
hIiimiM Im ellhiT In. li or llicli ami u
ipiarler. Tdo tcctd on Ido HtH. her
(till bo limilo of 'J by I I Hell pine Muilit
lliik'. 10 f.ct Iiiiik mid iM'tellcd on the
upper hIiIo to allow tho liny to slhlo
on ohhIIj'. 'Ilie abort upright tietli on
tho slnckiT IhhiiI should I hi iiIhiii t ft
fci-t lorn;. They "lo iHilletl to the long
tct'tli iihout - Inches from tho stnrker
head, No. ft, mul real ngiillist the stalk
er h.iiil, No. tl. 'I'lio Hliukcr arms, No.
-t sliouhl Ih bolted to No. 1! wild u largo
bolt, about 11' InclicH from tho Kroiiml,
Artlllcliil liouoy inn now ho iiuido ho
llko tho Koiiulmi arllclu In Hut or that
men llin ixHirt cHiiuot toll Ido (infer
one. Thick nlriipnf sugnr Is ImiIIi-iI wild
n mliiiiloipmiillly of mltiernl nclil, which
convert It Into tdo hiiiiio form occur
rliiK In doiioj'. Tills h mixed wild Home
natural liouoy of ntnin Hat or, mid
thiiH closely Hlliniilnlca tho real article
It Ih wild Hint tdo follow Iiik, Iuiowii iih
I.j-'h roagent, will ilelei't tdo VjiurluiiH
liouoy; Ten parta of alitor ultrato aro
iHhmoIwiI In n hundred parlH of water,
ami to HiIh twenty pnrla of a 1ft per
tent Kolntloii of mxlii carbomitu Ih
milled. Tdo proclpltiito Ih lllleruil,
wnslicd inn iIInhoIviiI In a lift parlH of
a 10 per cent hoIiiIIoii uf nininunliim
chloride. It immt bo kept In tlio dark
lu tt wcll-BtopiH.'rca botlle. Tdo honey J
It. llO tOStctl IIIIISI lH.lllllll.tl Willi I Willi
iih tt.lght of ttulfl A few drop, or
Ido l-.ilK.nt illfln la. H.I.I.-.I Hli.1 lUHtlnl
fur llto iiiliiuliw mi n wal.-r bald In
tin1 tllirK .MIIIIIHI lionej mm" iinmn
mill Hh.nts n uroeiilsd jellow niton's
ii'iuvi Ido bnlliitloii liiriis n llgdler
tint nud hliutt nn ihioreiMfint'
Niiiiinirr ttnrU Will. I'.nillri.
III.) SHIM ilebllltitl.. fowls, IIHTi-lHO
Ido nrtuy of lie. crlpilo ej pr.lu.'ilm
uihI i-ei i i . irtuiblo In iimt.y older wiijm
oii iHniuut itHitrol Ido sun, but j.ui
ohii inilrol Ido powei nf II. ns Mr as Is In mark tdl inttliiry. will u
jour iHUillrj Is .iHfriie.l. I fdt .ml llrt of all upon Aunri.au
fnitl.lo slmdo Trei. simile I lb Soil. UhIo HlwclHlor
IhsI, but If there are no trr.s In tln Mrs Tiny I lliit, a Idwiou gn,
run Id.'ii Ido next IhI Idliig Is lo or.vt daltns to le Hie first woman In die
caiiople uf some kind. I world In ride anil propel hii alrsliip,
Unto plaifN prin died nt that th' which Is her own properly Her i..l
fowl ami t'llleks ealiiHit tmtj K't Into im ni'litoti are well klMinn m
the hIihiIo diltl ig the dot wosllier, but t New KnglalMl mifei, who date i r.i.
lime u pla.t ! tofiige ilurimc rwlnj.
fill .low n iln suindy nf Inmt-prwdit
I t grtln III I lie .Hot Hint foot llbemlly
of green food
As tlHy iimtiiro iHsiralo tho .'ek -
erol from the pullols unit glto the for-
imr nil oxtrn nlh.wmici., as tlwy will
Marnl iimrt. forvlng.
It I N.ltlsaMf .aril Week to wlher
i. hII hen tliHt are l.HlnK nn-Hly
I in I put tliem in a se)tsrsle rMii where
no lii-its nro prothteil Wild tdl
lis into It will t.tiilre but a w.'k to
break Idem fnan their bnHy iMMIitels
alitl tdej will go leirk t.t fating hkhIii
tt'rerUli.a tt li.tltt.lll.,
ul..., .J .h- .....tl l f..-
lail. ai.tl.tiiat.M bj ml, rvHt ,..s,r!lll,'lhM'M w" ,,,v,,1llM Ur' ,'""
prtHlinvrs as tin- t gin ami elr h" ""' , M " '""" "I'I-t
trie imdnr. da plte.. life ... a hew In ",' lM ,lw ta"1 "" ,H" '-"
.Inslrj wlieliulll wr.vklng 'Ihe ..I.I I w w"f' " rwinnnt In the
wlutlmlll bulltb.ra iuhI.'I.- I their Iww"mhi I always get when I n.li
busliHfM ami iih-hii! their handiwork 'TMany- the Impre-sloii that the
t.. last. nimI wi tin- ilennrfUhliiK of sii.li drill sreant pursue, the Herman rll
strti.ttir.-H M imi slmHe lasi. Manj of lMI '""I the army In all departments
the old mill et.HHl imi feel high ami "f ,u"- '""' "H '" remains a well
liu.l eight or tilm II.. .r. Mtle.1 with H"'"l. 'H drilled and very th iln
four run of t.Hie. ami itrtifaliretl t.es """ "' IwtWWe Iwrratk ami
imui tiHw ..f btlck tlflen these huge "" Ir.m dlsWplhie all llin
mills stiiml cl.sH. to other billldlng. , 'W"4W",U "f " li" T "" Weekly
mid. wtjs I'oiMtlar Mi Imnln.. ho Ideuts
wouhl ! Inot liable If tlio wr.ikers .11.1
mil lime oxperlelHi' 111 tdelr task
I'Ulll Ilie l.ale ttrr.la,
Tde late w.eils In tlio garden Hhmh
Hint imiiio in August ami SeptetuN'r
nro Hie ones thiii product) seeil Ix.forr
the fact Is iH'tlifd, mid thus stock thr
ground with wml next joHr Tde gar
den Is often neglivted lale III tde sum
mer, hut It ali.Hll.l Ih kept clear ol
wi-o.1 until the frost, and tin result
will Is- n grtwt sating of lalsir In the
glowing of Nmall fruits ami timetables.
as IIHwt of the work rwMlre.l la due
lo Iho weeds him grasa which s,rln;
up at all llmea.
I'r.Miltrtl llrenal In Clilebena
t'rtMiHl breast I. iih. In ebltkens are
.-ailsetl hj Iho heat j lilnl rte.llnr on
iHilvanr fotMe. Tlie Imiihm of the young
blnls are wrfl nml are I urn. I to mie
side by pristtlmc on the roost. If j.hi.
bate hmty fowls let Hum n.xti on
tlie llmir cotoretl thickly with straw,
ami j mi will date mi ertMihi.l breast
'llo.rli llliila on 1'nri.i tt'orU,
A low -w deoletl HHWoti aavea mauy a
A welloll4sl, aliarp hhw mitea Hum
Tde aim of the alio marks a
kivmi- iarmer etorj nn..
Ton much water and wet, mindiy
fiHHls will mil lay mi fat. It takes
lhoiHi.eiilrHlil siulT loilo that,
Null a Imtlur strop on ido side o,
tdo wnmiii Uix to lioid mi ax, mul outer
lento tde ax at Iho hnusn.
1'Hlnt itista prelly high Hi,,. ,ajs
but It will pay In the long run In miv-!
liiK thu billhllliHa-prothled It Is KihnI
Tho mini wlm miiiint kick the hind
lllllll lllir.ltir linn. Iln, lilr...l .......
ii... , doiHtn't ,!...,.. . ,. ." ::
, "'"" "
, , ,
I Jo dot iiiiiI.it Ilie uilsluko of llllliik
Iho sliu wllh lorn Hint Ih areen. It
soura Mulekly Hd Iu.h " f, ,,,,
valiio. Walt till li la Hue
... . . '
He llberH Willi tho us, of hertwe,,,
hIhhi Iho plan A tHl way to dim. It
In Willi a spriij pump. Send It Into
uwiry crink and rotlio on tdo doiiso.
.Miihiiiii)iinr iiilml tlini ton will nut
Kt mud and mUust tho calf jou aro
IrjIiiK lo loaili to nrlnk, no umller
wlmt tdo lilllii fellow may do, lie p-
lli'iil. You will lliliil, morn of tho calf,
and Hiirely of joursulf.
It Ih all i Wit to fix up tho old Inn
iu'hs, raider Idan to spend money for
new one, pnnhlliig jou can maki) It
k'ood and wife. Hut don't run imy rUkM.
lit'lter K' wltdoiit soiiicIIiIiik else tlmu
to work with an old, tender h
aoMKTitiNO ron r.vnmioDY
I'nifosMur Wnsoeriniiiiii, of
hits auitooili! Ill llliillng ii
Milled Ulires ptiiumllio ptitsniilng
Willi lit iMiriini llieriiio ln.f. fc....
,.m,,illlw f nt. clHl.tIM ,H
,hi ( , uf ,,,,,,,,, fu f
,,um, , ,, rH,y f ,.
( -tJ, ,; ()1. wn,
At (do meeting f Ido IMmiii-nicntt.
lHHir.1 of uMinrilliui tlio elork Mih,n,,
tin. .lentil of (leorg. Hllilld. wli in
slMtisI, Iih 1 1 boon hii IiiimhIh of dm
tt.irkluMiso for Hhiro limn serem
tears UiihI.hi MhIhIhuI
Ktiry foreign oWner Iwitet.-s t
the graiMt striHttcto Ih-ihii-u ii,,,
"llnt.Hi" Hint Ido "Hatonois. wiii.h
ihhiim-o.1 them mom! siKvMfui Kin- u
a little WtHiian,
weighing ! llisti
II I'. WIIkiii. nf IUm. I'ol.i, win
file mi a lileeo i.f Krwiml on w tilth is
.ltw iih-i ., i.--, .-m-.ert the
WHt. Mons in the wit eminent Mi
,, H, a setm as ho M.tiilre title
1 1 h Bhtti ,llrt, )t u.r , ,h ,y
' M w, U, lltt, flrM lit, ,m try.t,,
n ,, wl)) wh,. , t,.mieiea i.t
A bra in Schaeffer, who rosdtee n.nr
Ullsatwlhtowii. a , hsa.le a tow Hi
t.sAH that If Jam llueltauan li-.ul.l
lw eleettil I'resktenl he Would net. r
luirl ullt. ttl h,ftfcM.aatiM lr UIM, IT. t-
"" ' " " .
" "i sl liiwe in lH.UMil.nr
Hubert rlewoll. of Hlhldnni. n t'reek
ItHllnli, Is .me nf (he most tvblely
trsv.i'.tl men In Oklahoma, having
Ihi'Ii In Kuglaiid ami on tho cuilllielit
of ISuropo, In-sldes hnvliti.' rlalmeil n
resilience In tsitd Hoiild Ainerl.il and
,utrnlla. Ho das Ih-ou arouiMl stMiie,
ntHl wa absent from hi country and
I"'!'!" more tliau tweulj rite jeam,
" relurm! oulj two years ago, Just
I" time claim tils rights as a t'r.-ek
"IIUeM -Kansas flty 'lime
An old I lino H.llng u-e was held
at the I'aniegle Hall, In llrjan. Tex,
bolWeen the Ijt.tle.' Akl S.s-lety of
tbe llaptlst churih and the Homo
Mission HoeMy of the .Meilit.llit
I'b.ireh Mrs J Wetd. Howell was
captain f the llall nI.m ami Mrs,
jisuie nan captain or uie ,t.'iii.it
fhefe were about twriil) rite
omtlestanl to oath able
itlt ladle won the rotttcot
two Millers mi when nil the lUntlst
ihu out ami down,
Muring the reeent MitwiMippi giiin-r
tialorlal eauiwlk'n (be Hon Jin Truly
was isho nf the utmueeemfiil nsplratils
for the tuajorllj suffrage of hi fel
low-rUbon l-rohlhllloii d..-trlnes tig
unl In the Mriuntle and seeuHl tery
liiiHrlatil t a MellM.ll.t minister
rltroiher Truly." aald Ihe mliilst. r "I
waul to ask Jou h ipieatloli l J oil
ever lake a driuk of whisky ?" "lUtfo'
I aimwer that, rvsmleit the wary
llr.Mher Truly. "1 want to know
tder It bt an Imjulrj or mi luti
Taxlealei In lindon, hs hi New
ork, re a marked sihv-b, and tlio
,,MM' w Imlnj: rmwiletl out, reMiri
""' Althoitgd searit-ly a jear bus
1' '"," I"1" ""'ft inotliiu car
rl,"J,, "I'l1""'.!, Hi" hiUhI filieaily
",',H,,,, ""I'l"" laxlenbs In III..
(KSl.tsio. Thero are 7oS liulcnbs mi
tho streets. "111111 IiixIciiIin on ortler
and 1.7H0 lliemu! drlters, Tliern aro
iw,t ,",'"' "i iiniiwiii.. iho
......hk.- ji enniiiiHa in a inn ih-
l"".' II I. St I. Tllll HMTHgO (Hlt I
i.i .i. . . ...
' , J.'K ' f " I" , "f "vmrn's ,-or-
hhiiiuihI iniirls, IIiiinI tdo mmiHgo-
"""" ,,f '" "' '"0'Hl.-r IIUI ii few
ilujs hko f.ir th.laltt.K the i.rdlmili.ii
hkhIiinI Iho plnjlug of tho Martha do
I'miIU (Caill March). Thero In a po-
.Millar hut rmsoimhlo prejudho In
'"'mi "k'Hlnst this Hiaiilsd niareli. It
WHM "" tui"'. In tdo .Iiijh whin
r,lHI'11 ml"! Hi" IhIiiiiiI, Hint Ido C'u
l"1" P'llrlnlH iiinrcliid to tlmlr ex.i'ii-
""" Ko. when the Independent uoteni-
intuit wiih ilnMlslnil, six jnira ago,
" ,",,, W,,M Il"tl mi tho mured and
" l,,,H "'li'oiii la-i'ii lifiiril almii limn,
Ht'""r Vnlilea, inaiuiKer of tho Alhlaii
'""'n,,'r' I'xi'liiln.'d that tho liiro
r,'"uoB" eiemeut in tun iioiiho ili'liliinu
id tdo playing of Hie Cadiz March,
nd he compiled to avoid troublo