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Strong and Steady
Though Walter wa In room on the
ccond floor, the distance to the Rround
tiu not so treat lit thnt he couM easily
tinnc (row the window sill and Jump with
out Injury. Hcfore followhu: him In hi
fllcht, we will pan to Inquire how th
robber, unexpectedly taken captive, fared.
Nothing could have surprised Jack
more than this sudden turning of the ta
ble. Hut a minute since Walter wn
completely In his power. Now, through
the boy' coolness and nerve, hi thlevlh
Intentions were tattled, and he was plac
ed in the humiliating position of a pri
oner In his own house.
"Open the door, or I'll murder you!"
he roared, kicking It violently.
There was no reply, for Walter was
already half wny out of the window, and
did not think It bet to answer. Walter
tad proceeded half a mile when he stop
m1 to rest. Two or three times he had
tripped over projecting roots which the
darkness prevented his seeing In time to
"I'll rest a few minuted, and then push
on," he thought.
It was late, but the excitement of his
petition prevented him from feeling
sleepy- He wished to get out of the
moods Into some road or open field, where
he would be In low danger of encounter
ing Jack, and where perhaps he might
fiud assistance against him.
He was leaning against an Immense
tree, one of the largest and oMest In the
forest. Walter began to examine It. He
discovered, by feeling, that It was hollow
inside He ascertained that the Interior
was eaten out by gradual decay, making
a large hollow space Inside.
"I shouldn't wonder If I could get In,"
he said to himself.
He made the attempt, and found that
he was correct In his supposition. He
could easily stand erect inside.
"That Is curious," thought Walter.
The tree must be very old."
He emerged from the trunk, and once
more threw himself down beside It. Kite
minutes later and his attention was
drawn by a sound of approaching foot
step. Jack had tripped over a root, and
was picking himself up In no very good
humor. The enemy, it appeared, was
close upon hlui.
Walter started to his feet In dismay.
Ills first thought was Immediate Sight.
but If be were heard by Jack, the latter
would no doubt be able to run blm down.
"What shall I dor thought Walter,
Quickly the hollow trunk occurred to
him. With as little delay as possible he
concealed hlmsrlf in the Interior. He
was just in time, for Jack was by this
time only a few rods distant. Walter
counted upon his passing on; but on
reaching the old tree Jack paused, and
aid aloud, "Where can the young rascal
be? I wonder If I hare passed him? I'll
rest here fire minutes. He may straggle
.With these words he sank upon the
round. In the ery same place where
Walter had been reclining two minutes
before. He was so near that our hero
could hare put out bis hand and touched
It was certainly a very uncomfortable
situation for Walter. He hardly dared to
breathe or to stir lest his enemy should
"He's led me a pretty tramp," mut
tered Jack, "but I'm bound to get bold
of him to-night. If I do, I'll half kill
"Then I boiw ou won't get Iwld of
film," Walter ejaculated. Inwardly.
He began to Wi ta tad ran on In
stead of swklug tbU concealment. In lb
firs esuM. the darkueaai of the night would
tare favored blm. and even if Jack tad
Iteard him It waa by no mean certain
tbat be would tare caught blm. Now an
unlueky movement or a cough would be
tray liU biding place, and there would
be. no chance of escape. He began to few!
his constrained poltln IrksoitM, but did
not dare to see relief by change of i.
"I wish he'd go," thought our taro.
Hut Jack was In no hurry. He ap
pared to wish to waylay Walter, and
wui constantly listening to catch the
sound of his approach. At length Wal
.ter waa relieved to bear blm ay, "Well,
I shan't catch blm by stopping here,
Then he started, and Walter, listening
Intently, beard the sound of his receding
steps. When sufficient time tad elapswl,
lit ventured out from his concealment,
and stopped to consider the situation.
What should he do? It was hardly
prudent to go on, for it would only bring
film nearer the enemy, If lie ventured
back, he would be farther away from the
edgo of the wood, and might encounter
Meg, who might also be In pursuit. He
did not feel In danger of rapture from
this quarter, but the woman mlght-flnd
means of communicating with her hus
band. On the whole, It rned saft, for
the present, at least, to stick to the friend
ly tree which had proved so good a pro
tector. Ho stool beside It, watching
carefully, Intending, whenever peril
threatened, to take Instant refuge Inside,
This wns not particularly satisfactory,
but he hoped Jack would mhmi tire of
the pursuit, and retrace his steps, to
ward the cabin. If he should do that,
he would tbeii bo safe In continuing bis
Jack; pushed on, believing, that our hero
traa lu advance. It bad been a fatiguing
day, and this made his present midnight
ramp more disagreeable. Ills tapes tit
overtaking Walter been me fainter anil
fainter, and nature began to awert her
rights. A drow sines which he found It
hard to combat availed him, and he
knew he must yield to It for a time at
"1 wlh'l wa at home, and In bed."
he muttered. "I'll lie down ami take n
hort nap, and then start again."
He threw himelf on the ground, and
in five minute his senses were locked In
a deep slumber, which, instead of a short
nap, continued for seteral hour.
While he I steeping we will go back to
Walter. He, too, wa sleepy, nnd would
gladly have lain down nnd slept if he
had dared. Hut he felt the peril of his
position too sensibty to glie nay to hi
feeling. He watched vigilantly for an
hour, but nothing could be eeu of Jack.
That hour seemed to him to creep with
"I cant stand thl matching till morn
ing." be said to himself. "I will find
orae out-of-the-way place, and try to
sleep a little."
Searching about he found such a place
as he desired. He lay down, nnd wa
oon fat asleep. So pursuer and pur
sued bad yielded to the spell of the same
enchantress, and halt a mile dltant from
each other were enjoying welcome re
pose. Home hour patted nway. The sun
rose, nnd Its rnys lighted up the dim re
tses of the forest. When Walter open
ed bit eye ta could not at first remem
ber where he was. He lifted his head
from his corpetbag. which he bad ued
as a pillow, and looked around him In
surprise; but recollection quickly came to
"I must have been sleeping several
hours." he said to himself, "for It Is
now morning. I wonder If the nun who
was after me has gone tame?"
He decided that this Mas probable, and
resolved to make an attempt to reach the
edge of the forest. He wanted to get
Into the region of civilisation again. If
for no other reason, because be felt hun
gry and was likely to remain so as long
as he continued In tho forest. He now
felt fresh and strong, and prepared to
start on his journey. Hut he had scarce
ly taken a doxen steps when a female
figure stepped out from a covert, and
he found blmtelf face to face with Meg.
Not knowing but that her husband
might be close behind, he started back In
alarm and hesitation. She observed this,
and said, "You needn't be afraid, boy.
I don't want to harm you."
"Is your husband with you?" asked
Walter, on his guanl.
"No, he Isn't. lie started out after
you before midnight, and hasn't been back
since. Tbat made me uneasy, and I came
out to look for him."
"I have seen blm." said Walter.
"Where aud when?" a iked the woman.
It was strange that such a coarse brute
should have Inspired any woman with
lote, but Meg dM certainly love her hus
band. In spite of bis frequent bad treat
ment. "Did be see youJ"
"No, I was hidden."
"How long did he stay?"
"Only a few minute, to get rested, I
suppose. Then ta went on."
"In wtat direction?"
"I'm glad he did not barm you. He
was so angry when ta started that I was
afraid of wtat would hapjmn If ta mat
jou. You must kesfi out of hi way."
"Ttat Is wtat I mean to do if I pun."
said Walter. "Can you tell me the start
eat way out of tta wood'"
"(in In tbat direction." said tta wom
an, iiolntlng, "and half a mile will bring
"It is rather hard to follow n straight
path in the wood. If you will act as my
guide, I will give )ou a dollar."
"If my husband should find out that I
hilped you to escape, lie would ta very
"Why need he know? You needn't tell
him you met me."
Tta woman hesitated. Finally lore of
"I'll do it," she said, abruptly. "I'ol
She took the lead, and Walter follow
ed closely In her steps. Keinembcrlng the
night before, be was not wholly assured
of her good faith, and resolved to keep
liU ')i'i open, and make his tscapo In
stantly if he should see any signs of
treachery. I'owlbly Meg might Intend to
lead him Into n trap, nnd deliver hi in up
to tar husband. He was naturally fruit
ful, but bis ndventtirea In the cabin
tuuzht him a Iwwm of distrust.
Walter followed Meg through the
woods. He felt Mire ttat he would not
have far to go to reach the open fields,
He bad Immmi delayed heretofore, not by
the distance, but by not knowing In vthat
direction to go.
Kew words were spoken between him
and Meg. ltomernbcrlng what had hap
pened at the cabin, and that even now
he waa fleeing from her husband, lie did
not feel Inclined to ta soclablo, and her
thoughts wero divided between the money
she was to be paid as the price for her
services, and her husband, for whoso pro
longed absence she could pot account.
After walking for fifteen minutes, they
came to the edge of the forest, Skirting
It was a itieanovc, wet in pans, tor tne
surf ar) was low,
"Where It the wad?"
"You'll hno lu ero thl nmnlow, and
jon'll come ot It. It l-s'iit mor'n ipmrter
if n tulle. You'll find j our wny well
itiough without mo."
Walter felt relict ed nt the prospect of
speedy return tn the region of elvlllm
iioii. It seemed to blm nt It he had
oassed the prevlem night for awiy In
some wild frontier cabin. Instead nf lu the
enter of n populous hjiiI thrltlng neigh
lood, within n few mile of seiernl llmit
shlng village. Ife drew out n dollar bill
ind olTcred It to Meg,
"Thl Is the money I agreed to pay
'on," he said. "Thank yon. beside."
"I henr my husband's tew." she enld,
hurriedly. "Fly or It will ta the worse
"Think j mi for the cnutlou," said Wal
ter, routing to the necowlty for Immed
"Don't stop to thank me, do!" she
aid. stumping her foot Impatiently.
He obejed nt once, and started on ft
run acre the meadow. A minute later.
Jack came In sight.
"Why, Meg. are jou here?" he said.
In surprise. "Hate jou seen tta boy?"
He did not vTTilt for an answer, for,
looking nertn the meadow, he s-w the
Hying figure of our hero.
"There he !, now," he etrlalmcd. In a
tone of fierce satlafactlim.
"Let him go, Jnrk," pleaded Me, who.
In spite of herelf, felt a sympathy for
the Imy who, like herself, had U-eu un
fortunate. He threw off the hand which she tad
placed upon hi arm. and dashed oil In
IKirsnlt of Walter
Walter tail the start, and hid already
succeeded In placing two hundred yanl
bttween himself and hi vuriirr. Hut
Jack wn lining and athletic, and eouM
run fatter than n hoy uf ritteeo, ami the
distance between the two constantly ill
mliilsbed. Walter looked tack mer his
rhouhlr, as he ran, and. brave it ta was.
there came a sickening sensation of fear
at he met the fierce, triumphant glance
of hit enemy.
"Stop!" called nut Jack, tatrvdy.
Waller did not answer, neither dhl he
obey. Only a few rod In advance was
a deep ditch, at leat Iwelte feet wide,
over which a single plank uns thrown as
a bridge for foot pa-tsenger. Wilier
sped like a deer forward and over the
brhlge, when, stooping down, he tastily
pilll.il It over after him. thus culllnt off
his enemi's ndinncc,
"I'ut tack ttat plank." roared Jack.
"I would rather not." said Walter.
"You'll ta sorry for It, then," said
He had walked back about fifty feel,
and then faced round. Ills Intention was
clear enough. He meant to Jump over
the ditch. Our hero look the plank and
(Hit it over hi shoulder, moving with It
farther down the edge. An Wen had oc
curred lo him, which had not yet sug
gested Itself lo Jock, or the latter might
have been less confident of succett.
Jark stood still for a moment, and
then, gathering up hi strength, daihrd
forward. Arrived at the brink, he made
a spring, but the soft tank yh-ldcd him
no support. He fell short of the opposite
tank by nt least two feet, and. lo his an
ger nnd disgust, landed In the water and
slime at ih bottom of the ditch. He
scrambled out, landing at last, but with
the lest of one boot, which tad taen
drawn off by the clinging mud In which
It tad become firmly planted. Still he
was on ihe same side with Walter, and
the Utter was now In his power. This
was wtat he thought; hut an Instant
later he saw bis mistake. Waiter tad
stretched the plank over tta ditch a few
rvd further up, nnd wn pasting over It
(To ta continued.)
Wlir lie Kleknl.
"Some ptplo nro cliruiHe klckem,"
growled Urn iHiltd clnrk, "mill It'a no
im tryl'W l Mtlufy tlioni." i
"WlmtV tlw trtmhlo now?" ipmrlil
"You naw that hoIhiiii looking chap
innhlui; a girt-away ii )u coino In?" .
ri'Joliieil tlm limn MiIihI tin tcn-titrat
Hfmrkbtr. "WWI, bo rMtUtwul nlniut
half nil Ikiiit hko nihI wan lown to lilts
rni. Now vbnt do )hi mipph Iihiv-
"I pftw," Hfild the pond I pusher.
"A fuw inlmitim Inter," cuntlmiitl tho
key Juggler, "lio rm-liol buck to llio
otllcv, mm! iih ii March linrc, nnd Jump-
iil nil over mi fl -iirnllvidir mionkliit. '
It HctMiiH Unit Im.' Iind come hero Mr tliu
(lurpoto of lining tlm stilHilu net by
ttinilntf on tlio (,'s and I niHlgnn! him
to n room llf,'htfl by electricity."
I'arl of Hi Treatment,
"So you bcllovo In charging heavy
"Yen," nnKwored tho phyHlctnn, "but
only for thu pntlcnt's own K'"l- If
you cull iiuiko him feel tli.it ho linn nn
Investment with yini ho Ih moro likely
to follow luatriictloiiH iiirofully lu or
dor to net Ida iiiotiny'H worth." WiihIi
In n (liiiiinliiry,
Hrolher Yon, I llko Jitck well
cnmish, Init how did you ever Imjuhm
to lnnrry a mini n hum! Hhorlur thiiti
you nro 7 i
Sinter I Iind to cliooso between it lit
tle mini with a IiIk Hilary nnd n bl
inuii wltha lltllu Hiilury.
IMyth It'H too bud thnt.Clnrn wn't)
In love, with Jnrk when ho proposed to
me. I feel Hurry for tho poor islrl.
Mnyiuu Why, olio Ih In lovo with
Tom. She never cured for Jnck.
Kdyih Oh, denrl I novcr woulj
bavo accepted blm bad I knowu that
nr Tiir? unit
E CNII i9
JTATC , ,
iv. rc tnnjwnr
Tho CtioelMM nuil I lilebntuvts.
'IVgether when history dawned Ui
the tiiiitliu'tit, tngetlicr when tint white
limn drove tlietu piitt tho MUslMlppI,
nnd together In tho twilight of the
.tribe. I bu CliiH'invtN mid tho I'hlekn-
sows nro pinsliig Into the Uxly Milltte
nnd the cltltc nshlp of Oklnhnnui able b)
.side. These two trlln'-iiiivv 70 iht tvtit
'of mlxeil blood, mid nenrly nil ns
cnpnhlo n set of eltltetm n their wlille
neighbor t-nn luirdly bo denll with In
Tlie rhlekiisHwn nnd Cluu-tnw. ImiIIi
of Mobllliiu atiH'k, lletl III .M Ish1wIiI
.when IH' Soto iiuirvlHil nero the Iniid
nml the ClilckHNtHs guve him some ler
rlrle tmtllet. When the I'lviieli rttr
Into mwer lu IMtlslmiii, Ibe (win tribe
illsMgreed. The CIiik'Iiiwn fnttght for
the Kronen mid the I'hleknsuwH IhiIiIIj
wlthtiKMl the luiiider. Seienil Kreiich
eHilltloiia were defeitteil, it timutar of
Kti'tiehtilllivrawert' burned nt the atnke
nnd the I'hlckiitjiwa, nllleil with Ihe
iNutclieg, threnteiuil New Orleans, Only
the eoitnigo uf the colonist mid tne
ntlstnmv of the OiiH'tiiMa aatttl Lou
In later jeart the trlta grew friend
ly again, rvfrnlntHl from trouble with
the whites nlul eteli fought tlm Creek
nnd SeiuliHtle for the palefittv Intruder
Tliitillil mit save thorn from exile, hihI,
nlNiut Heieuty yeam ngo. the two trlta
totaling about '.ii.ii. were taken to
liiitlati territory. Then' they nourished
nnd grew rich, only to be land,
i wealth mid slave during tta Civil War
jSlmv that time tliey have HIiiiIhiI
ateadlly up ngnlu, it ml hnve lutvrmtxeil
coutlliunlly with the white.
I When the roll were prejmred for nl
lotmelit Inst year, the Cliivtnw hud
ntxtiit lli.tsxl full mid mlxeil-bliNNl mem
Ikiih, nud tho Chickasaw ntnit H,ul.
Theso roll must Imie Int-ii glorloutly
w elicit somehow-, for the Stnte census
of Oklnhotun shown only nhout IT.'
Imllnti.t In the counties that unci' com
1111 the ChiH'tnw and ChlckaMw na
tion v Nearly H.i negri- nnd -,'-l"
Intermnrrleil whites) wero nlo liieludiil
III tho nllotmeula. With the Chlrkn
snw mid. It Is Mid, retaining to the
last their "tin worship nud other
strange Altec rite, live tho remnant of
the Natchex. crhap :us) soul.
It hn N'eti rcj-ntiilly ascrtnl by
nrtny olllivnt who have sorvrd In lith
Indian territory oim! tho I'lilllpplne
that the liiugtingn of the Igurrotr I
Idcntlcnt with Hint of the Moblllnn In
dians, which would Indicate that them'
trlt- enme from tho orient counties
ngit gone by. There nre inmiy trltM-s
on the t'aclllc ciiat bearing the unmis
takable stamp of Chlncno mid JnMine
extriietlon, nnd others which hnve nis
limit, totem mid tattooing metliiMl
similar to thu trlta of the I'aclrle
POLITENESS IK WASIUNOTON.
A Cllr f l.rlsnrrlr War and I'rouil
Vrl Conrlrous .tlamirrs,
Washington I IhiuihIhI on tho eilt
by the Ciiiltol nnd on tint west by the
White lliuise. Itctwceli iem How n
rimtleMt streoin of lghtsiir. There
may ho other illstrlrl of the iintlomit
eiilillnl wortli mi'liig, but only n Wash
ItiKtonlmi ktiowa It. Tho tourist Iih
time nud strength only lo hit Ihe high
place. , ,
In New York there re protahly a
many tourist n In Wnslilugtou, but
with tliU illffereiMv, live New Yorker
doort not mind mixing with Ihe tourlMt
cIhs. In fact, If the tourist hnve
money mnl n fondue for HroHilwny
and coiitlKllotl reaoria, tho New Yorker
la more tliiin willing, so Mr. Tourist
I'luergca Ida Identity with tlm New
York "push. " WnahlngtonlntiH never
let you forget you nre n tourist. Ileal
dent women slightly rnlo their skirt
with nn IndeHcrllmhle yet elonuent nlr
when thoy hiii'U to nrh clhowH with
a mere tourist of the amno oux In n
hotel or department store elevator. A
WafthliiKtoulnii looks straight nhead nt
nothluic; thu tourist I known by tho
ntigle nt which etho crook her neck,
Itcdent Wiishlugtoii I (llvldeil Into
three dlNtluct iu'Ih HihI fiimllleM, (qilo
with money mid jieojilo without money,
ThoKu without money work hunt to
keep up npiK'urmiroH with thomi who
hnve money. Those with money work
hiird to Hociirn mocIiiI riH-ogultloii from
thu old fiinillle. The old fnmllle uro
Imlirrereiit irpinlly to thoxo with nionoy
nuil thoHo without. Tho hiinlost-work-t'd
cIiihh of nil nro thoKo who, having
accepted public olllco mid removed
their In re mid pcmitcH to tho uiitlomil
cniltnl, Mud that tho wilnry will not
pity for tho gnme. You know their
women folk by tho fact that they wenr
romly-iundo sown. Y'our real WiihIi
liigtoiilnii coiiHlilerH tho weiirlng of fnc-tory-mndo
KormentH eipilvnlunt to sink
ing to tho lowest mirtorliil depth,
WnBhliiKtoiilnii do not hurry homo
from work. If you arn anybody nt nil
la Washington you must bo leisure!.
Only n. n tonrlut do you hurry, nn
nfler n conductor hn held you nt nrin'i
length when jou nro Iini hnly lr
iMitnllng or linitlmt u vnr jou lelt
to alow down, Iimi, Them I no ruk
hour lu Washington, mid there nre eitri
enough to go nrountl. Likewise jou tut
ciiw the alreet nt any ilut nlong I In
block without iliingur of being rut
down, jt'lletl ill or told to "atep IUely'1
I'ollteuo atvma really coiuinou it
Washington, mid courtesy jHilble evei
In tpiiilidhir it week clerk. Drop Ititc
ii real estiite oitltv. The joutig mat
It'liliul the counter not only Inforuit
jou liow easily )ou imiiIiI rent mi upnrt
liient In the hme occupied by Mli'
llngtier, Mr. lliNHeir wk-IhI "'ro
turj, but he niHIe )ou as to eindoy ,
ment ngi'ltfle. And he stand up
long n )ou ure lu Ihe otllctv lu New
York, tlm would I' tenant, mmi oi
womitu, ntntiit up mid the ngeut slti
down with hi feet on a table If It ll
good renting weather, mid It I mutti
Hie mime In other cltle.
Aetnuut of twenty two wnterniti
noted on nine Swls take liaie tt'i:
iillivtnl by I'rof. J. l'rtilt. That ol
June ll. Ht on l-ako .ug, was ImiI
LM ynnt lu dlmni'ter, nud It stirred ii
the lake oter n rmllil of perhap H
yanl. Seternl pluitogrnplis wete
nirin!, The whirling ciduuiu morr
Hutu half n mile high wa hollow bu'
it left ImiHh'l liHitloii himI tnueteil cast
want at Ihe rale of it llltlo more Hint
set ell mile mi hour. No linpurtiilit ev
IdiiM-e wa fotintl tlwt any of iliee wn
torspout were irilucoil by Ibe meet
lug of oHmto wlmtt.
C. l. Hate of the I'liltcd State I'or
est SenU-e lia fiMiml lu wi-tern Ar
knna n swvle of hickory. It-itll)
kmiwii n "bull," or "alligator." hbk
ory, which exhibit remarkable .resist
ami' to the effect of drought, n wel
a to forest lire. It small, thick
skinned I en ie are assigned a a (irlti
elktl cause of II drought defying iw
em. Like other hlckorle. It also s.-udi
down Into the Mil n long, strong tup
root. Mr. Hate Niigget that this ire
would t useful for planting lu pralrlf
Stall- nnd tn dry situation In other lo
cnlllle. When lire rrcipicntly ivur
the nlllgator hickory I the de sun
In n riti-nt lik on 'The Kvolutloti
of Dress," W. M. Webb show thai
ninny detail of uii!uru dres, geiu-r
nlly rcgarditl a inliict of caprice 01
accident, or of tlm Intention of tailors
and milliner, are trmvahlo to prlliil
tlie form, and that fashion lu costume
I the result of a procv of evolution
lu which early Idea continually crop
out. The carllcHt form of dres stviui
to have Ix-eii the shawl, or wra'r, mid
fringe iIhIo back to the first tauo. Thr
hnttatid I trniitl lo Ibe original fast
mime of the Drat cloth taaitdr, I'ut
ti are n old aa Mymeiuo. A inyster)
yet uiievplnliiiNl I tlie sowing of tb
button 0:1 Hie rlght-lmiHl utile of a
iiihii'm i-oat mid the left-hand side of
A tald mid Interesting gcncrnllxu
lion concerning tho vnt effect whlih
iiiHlnrlii may Imte iriNtueeil on the hi
lory of griKit mid fHinoti iinllou mid
MplcM Iih reei'iitly HtiiM-Hriit In I n
kIhik! In the form of n lHik by W II '
S. June, supplemented with mi Int.)'
ililctioii by MhJ. Iloimld Hoe. It I
Mimtettci! tllHt tho IIKHMpiItu ha Im-cii
largely remlble for the dn line of
eeiinlll UHtloiis, hn, for llislniiee.
(i recce, In the character of win we o '
(do liUtorUtm Imve recorded it great
elmnge during the fourth century In
fo re tho Christian era. Major Itimw
InveKtlgiilloiiH aiiggiHit Unit miilnrlii
may have been Introduced Into (ireisv
nt that lime. Tlio ihiucIunIoii I also
drawn Hint miilnrlii did not exist lu
Italy much taforo "00 II. (V, mid tho
HiiggcHtloii I miido that Hannibal'
iirmy Inlrodiircil It. "Mnlnrln," mj
M, Join, "nindo the (Jreek wi-ok nud
lueniclciit; It turned tho sterner Un
man Into n bbwiltlilrsiy hruto utrn
bill Hindu It victim innn." 'Hid mornt
seem to li Hint nation, like Imllvdu
nl, Hhould buwuru of inompiltoea.
'Pllll At-iiil Alieliip III, n. II.a I..-1
IIhIi I cmighUwero n jiroper blj( 'tin, mi'i
Thu lmiulrltig Atmler Indeed? Wbv
didn't you Imve It HtunVd?
Tho Aged Angler We II. von ce. i
weren't moro nor u hid lit tho tlmo
"That rich helrcs let mo hold her
liniid IiihI night."
"Don't tell mo Hitch ynrnal"
"Knctl At tho bridge tnblc, wlillo
alio numvitrcil n phono cull." l'hllndol.
"Yea, ho Is worth n million, nnd hn
mndo every penny of it honestly."
"iiov oia-ruiiiioiiod I" Houston Tost.
My Hair is
Do you llko it? Then why
bo contented with It? Have
to ho? Oh, not Just put on
Aycr'a llulr Vlur nnd have
loim, thick hair; aoft, even
hnlr; bcauilful hair, without n
single crny Hue In It. I lave a
little pride. Keep younu Just
ns lonu as you can,
M4v4(r J Arj. -H.Mm.
! suiirf r
Falrrlt nl Islllsallua.
"You hme 'riiailiil the tndlnu to
give up hi plrlurcU headdress and
blanket and wear Iwl and trous.'rs,M
aald the sardonic 'ron.
"Yi-aj In the Interest of cMIUnttHi"
"And I silpo It I also lu the In
terest of rlvllliatlon tbat we jNty lilgh
prlre for these cast orf garmeiit of
the Indian uud llsa them fr wall dei
ratlol'" mi BAIIT
4riut. all lit
ai m4 !
I. m Is 4si4
f - m. iImiui
I m s4 m.9tt
f l.ftfl SUt
I iK ! sl
l (..4 !
ft Iks. - ts4 tm .! lttf 1 wlil,i IkM.
I M kfr l , ! ll.4 lu S
MSOUI ISMI1S, III t.IUl A. , SlMllfS. r,
WHEN YOU GOME TO PORTLAND
AllltAW.i: TO NrtH' AT
I'AIIK ANHAI.Hr.ll HT.
A Urw sn.1 Mulna rum-ot IMI. ((
rsitkuUilf l Hll -ntU A l1l l'U f.
LwlU UltO IK cllr l Iks K-f .l
i.nltr. Itst rnfiU. Ir Itui.
i l. tuuj. (uti it rfB.M mtit) Mp,
A Rare Bargain
Douulaa County Kann In tlm heart
ol tho famous Shoestring Valley,
Sixty acres -l.r acre clcainl, lf
acres (lr timber, soil rich and mel
low; no rocks, schixillwuso I mile;
on county road, running water;
well; over 300 liearmi: fruit trcca;
o-room lot: house, bam and other
out-hulldlnK, two inllca of fence;
full aasorttnriit farm .inptcmenta;
all house funllshlnt's; nil rnipa.
Must soil, I'rlru fur everything,
MltS. O. A. DrAHINf.
Room 419, Corhctt llldg,, I'ortland, Oft
C. Gee Wo
11. ..II lMtt.ll.kU
BmI lit! Herb
7, 11. ! a lira .lair I,
Vll ' '' I "'-. an) IslkM
M If ltiY ., rr.l an4 la fin
In.ima ,k t,Mv-Ur
I llsa-- I m
No Ucrrurr, I'nUunt e lliuft IHtil lis fures
Wilhuut Opcrallon. nt HKI.omiIIh AnUI K(
II" a-.flanla I I fn l,.rti AMhs-a, I .14
numt llb.tai.iu. i .N.n ... N.. ...Tm . Ill,,
('"tli I' -r K Oar l ' In a'- I , UaklM.4.
lMMlaWaaluM.au I All In .hIiwim
a sunn cancek cunc
Juil llccclvcd from I'salnr, (.Mm 5al, Sun
.IKMVH AUK I'lSiil fjl
lloNr.at ,. iiia r,iraai4najl.aKa aajaln
IQIJlllrtHl , (Sir ll..in.h. h.ill.oJ, Or-vav,
I'laaaa llaslla llila I'al.r.
BORAX IN THE DAIRY"
Tlia fruUnnnt Varflns awal all lha utenilW
u.t In rnnllin with milk ami rrawm aalllnf
and liutlar nuking ha ln asatluo wis Mllb
Ha has nana lu rrallra that lha illfhtrat Isblt
er hint uf suUnaaa l.lt In ran, (In vt churn mar
ruin what uutiiul. that lha Islnl that la Ml Is
In form nf Ucli-il. which sniw an.l multlilyln
milk i.r hutlrr, intulngillautnui reaulta.
Ilia fannar ha barnnl Ihal hoi walcr wim't
rlnaa swar Ilia nriaay rraklua In ilslry utroalla,
Ha lias bwrnnl Ihal loap lesvel a rttlilus '
ll own whWh k If BNithlHa- worts llian Ih
milk nr rrram rvalue, ami th'ta has Ufii r-,n-slant
clamor fur a dairy claaiuvr stul awrclrnar
Ihal wrlll iiinI mulrm rr-iulrrmriits,
Afewnf iho largeat rraainrry rstai.tlahmi'nU
falli-l niierla Into ronaultalh.ii nn Ihla ,r-lil"o-atHl
Ihnaa sclmllrie ahlailacklail unanlmoualyuiKm
a produil of nslurs vihkh aistlly tills the. hill -1I0IIAX.
Kclanllals hsV long known lorss aa a tlran.tr,
aawaclaiitr ami an anllaiMlo ilralrnyrrnf I'e
Irrla ami narm srnwlha that ilvatrny all that I
haimful, (irxaarvra frrahnaaa, twmlnpas ami pur
lly, arul rcllavea lha ilalryiuan ami dairy hou.awlfa
uf druduary ami of nmllaas work ami worry.
Wtlla Patina Cnaal llorss (., N.w York City,
fur "Nurtcaaful Dslrylng," Iwlng vslusM Infor
inatlon nn the must proniabta laloctlon uf rows,
Ihalr frallnir ami car, lha hamlllntr nf milk Ui
ylttl tha hluhrat fries irluct, and Ihs irulo
tlon ami preaarvallon of thaaa nrialucta from da
tarloratlonl with arllola on dlaaaia of rows, anil
rcclpa for Ihalr cur. Tha book U rltKK.
Vawal ssaau aat4. Will, ter iMasy soaklai Ua
"l sm nrir Mit nl.t, snil until i.
rtnltr I'"' - '! '; ""1
xli l' Mtlr M.oe ifUi. ll. i.lui.l
fulur la In I litll w iki" Iksis I. Iwl
ntlr U ! iii" J W IUs.es, It.m.l. i