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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1909)
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The firate of
Author of The Count at HarvrJ," etc
Copyright, 1 003, by J. tl. Upplncott Company. All right reserved.
HE PIRATE OF ALASTAIR is q
romance of love and adventure of great
power and interest. There is a charm
to this story that is manifest in every
rnnnlnr fl niln Inn lnnirJnnlc Jnr.1 uilh
I ($$& modern, cvery-day life, the author has
brought in a glamour ot the romantic
that gives great spirit and variety to happenings along
the Atlantic coasL
RUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND
Is the author of this entrancing serial, and his gifted pen
has done fine work in depicting events that are stirring
and entertaining. There is the mysterious Ship and the
modern Pirate; there is beautiful Barbara Graham, a
fine young girl to admire and love, and the gallant ad
venturer, who meets with some thrilling experiences.
The air of the mystical about the story is warranted by
an absorbing and well devised plot.
The Pirate of Alastoir is essentially a story of the
times, recently written, copyrighted, and is a serial having
features that commend it to every reader as a capital
romance. We bespeak for this narrative a very favor
able reception, and do not hesitate to pronounce it one
of the leading romances of its class modern, interesting,
and haying all the elements of a splendid story.
Ton know Ahmtair? No how should
you? Very few people know It, am! I
have dene tar brat to keep the tecret to
myself. The place lie, bow ever, not to
very far from great cllle on the Atlan
tic coist. You take a train northward
from Hotton, and when you reach the
T-roprr station you alight and climb Into
-a country man's wagon, and he drive you
through the pine by a twiatlng. sand
built road to Alastalr. You will know It
because you can so no farther, jbIm you
choose to drive Into tbe ware.
Few proa c-orae to Alaitalr. Most
of tbe traveler In tbl part of the worM
turn off about a mile inland from tbe
beach and go on for another mile and a
as to her hUtory. but tbe oldett farmer
could tell me only that she had always
been there to far a be knew, and db
ralwed tbe subject a of no Impartntxr.
The people of the near-by cointry ap
txared never to hare boarded the casta
jay. I felt the Joy of Crotoe when I
am climbed on Iter deck. The name
wa cose. long ago wanked out by tbe
; the derk wa bare, ami the top of
the foreea.tle ehok-d with tand. I
brought a borel and dog away the ram
part drifted agalmit tbe hutch. At
'art I could open the Joor and. clearing
:h tfep ef what Utile Mini bad lifted
through. I ih-tcemled Into the cabin. It
wa mildewed with damn and water. Imi
Ih lime, by lulling awl letting the nun
half to the IVnguin Club. The latter It In. I dried It out awl found julte a hab-
nauie apartment. rurnlshed with table
nad chair and a row of bunkt along tbe
teawaru i.ie. Whatever there had l-m
that wa portable the flrt wrecker mut
year before bare carried off. All that
Mat left ii n beary oaken chet. Mud-
uei with brass nail, now greenl.h-yel-low,
and when I broke tbe lock I found
the eheit bare.
My fancy loved to play about the
hip. Often I dreamed of her and of a
man who tbould come up out of the sea
and trend her deck again. lie wax ol
wayt a magnetic figure, and I nerer
could reiUt the call of myttery to tight
full of New Yorker who come to the
plnet am! the tea to bunt and flh and
forget Wall Street and Fifth Avenue.
Tbey forget It by keeping clo together,
and droning for dinner, and dancing
erery other night.
Alastalr llelf it only a beaeh between
two great headland. From the end
where my cottage tand, snugly hid In
the pine on the edge of the dan, tbe
bench stretches tinootn and wnlte to a
little land-locked harbor at the farther
end. Bit on my porch and look down
along the sand to the eatt and you
will ee a reef ot rock fthaped like tbe
letter IT that dotes In a little salt water
lake with tbe aid ot a distant cliff. It
I not quite a lake, rather a mall In
land tea, for tbe tide hare room to ebb
end flow, A thip 1 settled into the
rand of tblt ton. Milled upright, to
that one may walk the dck, ami I
often go there of an afternoon when the
tide it low and climb on board. It It a
food place to tketcb, and I can Ieare
tuy paint and ennrat In tbe cabin.
I tumbled acrott Alaatalr when I wa
looking for a quiet place In which to
write. I found tbe dilapidated cottage,
camped In It for a week, ami fell to much
In love with tbe beach that I went to
town, bought the house ami part of the
wood, and moved In. Charle, the man
who had served my father before me, de
murred at fimt. but Anally gave In. awl
turned hlnttcif Into cook, housemaid, and
valet for my take.
From my Uleony I can tee the dlttant
roek of the little Inland txt and, land
ing up above them, the high tide of the
ehlp, ami Itt thigh remaining broken
matt pointing straight to the heaven.
Bomctlme tbe ttar ttm to outline
where the mlttlng tpart and (all tbould
le, and on a bright night I can half cloie
toy eyea awl fancy that I tee the rigging
lighted and lantern burning on tbe quarter-deck.
There la hUtory bidden In that bat
tered hulk. Hbo la no ordinary veel,
and may once, for all I know, have been
a pirate craft. She hat tha long clipper
llnra of twlftnett, and hejdilgh, bulging
bow la of a type long patt. When I
firtt cajoe to Alattalr I made. Inqulrlea
It waa tbe moit beautiful Auguit that
I remembered. The air waa clear at a
bell, and day after day the tun roe on
a tranquil world and trailed at It for
Joy. Kvery morning at breakfatt I would
y to Charles. "Did jwt ever know
tuch weather, CbarleV' and be would
answer, "No, tlr, I nerer did. tlr," and
exnj evening at tupper I would tay, "It
ha been a glorlout day, Charle. hasn't
It'" and be would antwer, "It ha, tlr,
Indeed it ha, tlr." My family terrant
mode a perfect echo.
The afternoon on which I finished the
firtt lialf of my book I tat for tome time
on the porch outside my dtn, smoking. I
wa too terene to ttlr. I watched the
guilt elrele and tklra abore tbe pin'
crowned cliff, and the lay ware, rising
occasionally Into tparkllng white rnp,
lift their beadt and duck again like play
ful dolphin. The tide wa coming In.
I could mark the great wet circle on the
bench at It advanced, now receding for
a moment, but quickly recovering the
lout ground and marching on, steadily
winning over the yellow tand. It would
Im high-tide by tunnel or a little alter;
ever) thing Mat letting In from tea to
land; the talt tmell wa coming ttrongly
on the eatt wind.
About ft o'clock I thnt tha door of my
cottage and ttnrted down the beach, con
ncloui ot no further plan than to board
the thlp and, pottlbly, catch tomethlng
ot the late afternoon color for my can-
vb. Now and again I atopped to watch
mall fleck of Mnd-nlpe scurry
the wet, glistening mind, now to watch a
wave recede and leave a path of optica
cent pebble In It wnVe, There wtra
jewel for nil llu world and to tpnr at
long a the water hatluil the tloneo.
S., walking lelxiirvb. ! come In time
to the far end, and liked nrroi the Imr
Inirln - rock to the thlp. To my urprle,
n )oiing woman ttood on the deck, mid
fluttering from n tpllnter ot the in nut
wa a white hamlkrrchtef. She win Icxik
Ing ncrn't at live, her Uandi tlindlng her
rrn from the tunet glitter at luy bark,
and a the nxvr me hwk up the warrtl
her hand beckonlMaly. The wty poth
to the thlp lay through a imll break
when the rock Jolnol the cliff, but thlt
brmk wa tome dlnt.niuv off. With a
tmlle for whit 1 taw iut hue lwtttpened
to the tklp;Hr, I climbed oer the near
eat rockt and ttool on the edge ot the
little luland tea. Snro enough, the tide
In rltlng had cinered the rnnteway to
the cliff, and wat iHHirlng In, fatt tilling
the harbor, like tbe howl of n HihhUvI
fountain. The water wa not yet deep;
It barely covetvd the ptth by which the
explorer had route, and even off the
rockt In front ot It It wa tcantdy up to
The woman of the uhlp called, "I'm
marooned. I enme by the path and for
got all about the tide. Whit tlull I do."
She olntel toward th way the had
ii) me. but I wa In toivgh clothe and
quite ued to n wetting, tu I waded In
and, rroulng the thaltow bowl, quickly
scrambled on to the high dock. I tood
up dripping and laughing.
"S,i you thought you'd go for a tall,"
I aked, "but didn't think you'd rail to
far from landl"
The girl -I taw now that the couldn't
be wore than :.1 looked qulitlenlly at
mo for a teroml, tlmi imM, nn finally
"It wat tuch a very real thlp." the
tabl. "that I couldn't rwdt the will. I
fell atleep tilting agalmt the gimwnle.
and when I woke up th wat wa over
th iMth not wy far over. bt quite
enough to mln tbete frerw." She
pointed to her kM tllpper. "I wa grow
ing deaperale when I mw yu an I he
I wa Mudlog tk tllptrt; there na
bo queetioa but that the talt water
weM ruin them. She iatpectcd them
"It km very fw!Lk f me to wear
them, trtit I had no Men of going far
when I left the club. The llrtt thing I
knew, I caught a gllmpw ef tbe water,
and then I forgot the elli.per ami walked
on until I came to that cliff, and from
there I mw thlt little harbor and tblt
boat, and I couldn't relt that, could I V
1 thook ray bead. "Nobody could re
"I bad Jut about come to the point
ot taking them off and wading In," the
went on, ami then flnlthed. "when I
"I can go away again," ! tuggetted.
"No." be mIJ lowly; "I'd rather yon
didn't do that. There tnut be tome
other way out nf It."
"There are teveral other way," I an-
twertd. "I've often ttudied the problem
from thlt very deck."
I thought the looked n little bit tuo
prlwd. "Io joii often find people ma
rooned here glrk I meant"
"No. but I've often womlercd what I
boutd do If I did. To tell tbe truth,
I've never found any one bre 'Wore, but
the thlp look at If th ought to be In
habited. Sbe't a good thlp, and oni-e
beloagnl to a pirate chief.
"How do yu ktww that?" 'he nuked.
"Ily the oaken cheat below -Uk. It
baa the pirate hrak, though Ihetc' noth
ing In It."
"Yet," the told: "I made an exploring
trip ami I found the cheat."
"Iten't you agre with we, tbenl"
Again there came that qulithitl look
In her eye, ami then tbe emlle.
"Yet," tbe Mid; "it tmttt have leleng.
el to a pirate." Mie toppel ehnrt and
the tmlle epread from her lli to her
eye. "Shall I tell you a ecrc? Whn
I fell atlevp here an hour ngo I drenmnl
of turtle, of n real nld.fiklilntiMl hue.
i-nneer wIhi eaiae up out of the cabin
I'orlnlile Unit llnllr,
A tmatt hoimo which can be occupied
by n brood wiw mid her llltor la the
bc-tt for rnltltiK ttronx, lieoltliy Iiok-i.
It It tlio mot cliMiily ntid tniiltnry,
and with well-nrratiKt'd yard the iIk
can Im) en rod tor with prnotloally no
tnoro Inbor t linn In n Ioiik home.
A very oconnmlcat and utofiil houte
la thown In tlio nrcotniKtiiyliiR cut. It
n.t ' t'li'iri "Mix
iMr.wiMiK am uiMrtftioia.
I tot on SxSln. runner ami (he hnute
It 9 ft. 4 In Ioiik and 7 ft. .S In wide
A tight, atnooth tloorr with no crack
or knot holes, I eentlnl. The framo
will allow 10 ft. board and IkxUoii to
bo RAWId In two.
At each end of the house h a door S
ft. wide ami 2 ft In high, which
allpa up and down between Kroovoe or
dent, and I hidd up by n rpo patxlnn
llirouKh it tmall pulley at thu rid.
It la qulto detlnthle to haw door at
A neeoatary adjunct lo a tanltary
pen la the ventilator In tho roof. Two
of tho 12 In, root 1km r da are tawed off
oiMi't run ii'Ki iiuitR.
a few Itiche from the ridge. Hlrlpi 2
In. thick are tmlled nbovo tho battetit.
which will ralte the ventilator 3 In
above tho roof boardi and Klvo amde
ventilation while prevoiillns direct
draft. Farm and Home.
Milk Mini MMUlit;,
Many jtcople believe that milk It
ready-umdo and atorod In the udder of
the cow limply awaiting the milker.
Thlt ImprMeloit it corrected by tho
itatement nf tho well-known trlentUt,
John IlurrouRha. who toy: "Moat
pertona think that Riving down or
holding up tho milk by tho row It a
voluntary art. In fact, tbey fanny
that tho uddor It a vouel filled with
milk, and that the row reloatoa or
withhold It Juat a tho cIioomm. Hut
tho udder It n manufactory; It la
filled with blood from which tho milk
It manufactured while you milk. Thlt
proceta It controlled by tho oow'a
nervout ayatem; when alio It excited
or In any way dliturhed, na by a
atrnnger, or by taking away hor calf.
or nnv other rntlwv the urnen I nr,
raueer who cbib up oui ot me caoin - "" ...., ,,,' .
fully arme.1, pUtol In hi pocket and In rM,,sl nn th ml,k ' ,,ot flowr- T""
ii hand and a plutol cknebed In hit
teeth. The funny part of It It that he
wa exceedingly polite to me. Do you
ever have mirh foolUh dreaww a thnti"
"Often : a buccaneer call on tm every
other week. I'm only waiting for the
chance to thlp with am. I think their
ghotta OHitt ttlll Inhabit Alaitalr."
Tlie girl' hand ttole up lo rapture
tome loot itrand of hnlr, and for tbe
firtt time I noted the flue ipun gold In
"AUttalri" the repeated. "Oh. m till
la the beach of Abtnlalr ami you V
She paued. "You mutt I tin- man tby
told me about at the club ou live In a
cottage at the far end of the beach, and
write book, and never tome out of your1
I bowed. "I am the man," I mild, "and
yonder It my home." I pointed west
ward to where the tip of my balcony
showed letween the done.
"What a beautiful little world!" the
tafd, and then, a moment later, "but
bow lonely! Who naiad the place Alnt
talr'" "I don't know. It' olwny been called
"lt'i a biiely name. Am! what do you
call the thlp'"
"Oh, Juat the Ship. Her other name
dltappeared year and yoara ogo."
"The Ship of Alaitalr. And do you
aometlmea come on board of her to
"No. I hove a den for that. Home
timet I come here lo paint. I keep tnyj
thlngt In the cabin.'
"Yet, I found them," the tnld. "You
tec, I know a great deal more about ou
nervout enorgy gooa H nowhere. Tho
whole procoM It a Involuntary na la
dlgeatlon In man and la disturbed or
arretlod In about tho tamo way. In
than you think."
(To be continued.)
NIipnH nf 3111k I'lotr,
A vory common trouble In every
dairy la to lltid an animal with tho
point of tho tent rioted, either duo to
a brulto of ton! ittolf or lo Infection
of tho milk duct which cautoa a lit
tlo arat) to form, nnd uiiIom thlt It
properly handled with enro nnd clean
ilnooa tho Infection I apt to anuto a
Iota of the entire quartor. Thoroughly
wnh tho part In nu nntltoptio tolu
tlon; then dip n tent plug Info n heal
InK ointment and Inter! II, allowing
mmo to remain from ono milking to
another. In fil manner oloturo can
1)0 utereomo In a very tltnplo and wit
ItfacKiry way A milking tuhothoiild
not ho utd If It enn poIMy bo nvold
cd, na tharn l much danger of Infect
ing tho entire quarter by lit uto.
Donvsr Field nnd Farm.
Vlunr In I lie I'liirk,
The porlml nf tiiofiilnu of Rood
ihoep vnrloa much with tlio brood n8
well si with Indlvldimla of tho unmo
breed. Homo hocomo unprontnhlo nt
thrco or four yoara of ngo, othom nt
ton or twolvo or ovon oldor. Whonovor
a thcfip beglnn to hnw algnt of wenk
noun, ovldonro of dlHonMo or luck of
thrift nnd vigor It nhould bo removed
from tho (lock. "All la loHt thnt In
poured Into n crnokod dlh;" all Is
lout tliot Ih put Into nn unthrifty
eheen worto thnn lout ofton. for n
elevation dgCnod ahcop may do great damago
In point of geographical
Madrid la tho blgbwit city In Europe, to tho flock, nnd when ono loaoi thrift
t low lla natural power to relt ill
cite Nitluw lm mtM "''
for ilMtruplloii. ami ehepliiinl
Nhould forotlnll tioltire r tllHMlim '
It -Orange Jui' I Farmer
Tl. I'arm 'rem eiarlr.
Ilultrr making In U" '""" ,ulry
and orramery haa boeii revo.
lulloulMMl ! the introduction of III"
form wparntor, whleli titartet
orram from milk by a oemrlfugtl
procoM. The thalltiiv wtn or rtwk
ayatem and the den--ttlHK "
hnvo been largely rllwlnte.l. h
with their exit a fontldtrnble iart til
the drudgery of the lioutehold dlP
penred. The farmer It now no longer
required tu make the dally trip to the
rroamer) . he can rHal the Mm milk
tn fws! hi Mlvet ami pU and df
Iher tho cream, tweet. evry other
day. when properly eared for. and
thlt tuhtiltulloii of cream delivery tot
milk dellmy by rreomry ilroui
tave them labor and million of db
lar yearly In expente - Itepof' '
lary Fnltwl talet Department t
The l.iitl '!
"I with." told an experienced vetrrl
nary, "tliat I had ! Mk whleh
ha been watel In roaMHtortttrlM
cud to replace tho "lot! " ThU U
one of the dreg of upertltln which
ttlll ellng Iti tome ph1 The cud
la returneil to the mouth afier enter
ln the first ttomaeh. and Ut lot It
geuenilly an Indication of lndlgh
Thla I mott rvaUt In winter,
when rowa are heavily tralBl Hhonld
it nppear In tummer wheM they a
laliire, Uit rocalvtug uraln, It
It well to remove the latter ration for
r. few day. After a day or two gtve
I pound of Kpeom talt and S ounce
ground ginger root Mixed In two
quart of warm watw. After ttw r
turn her end feed for a tlnte nn
grewn grata and good hay, gr4olly
working back t the grain rallon
llyiiNiiille tor Tree PIkkIIm:.
Mole for tree (danllng. armrdlng
to tha Itnglneerlog Kernrd. have town
excavated by the tang Itland Halt
way by btaatlag with dynamite A
hole about two feet ibtep waa Ariel dug
with a poetbole augur at an angle of
nliout 3& degree with Ih tor fare am!
loaded with half a atlrk nf (9 per rent
dynamite, Thla thnt makM a hole
about two feet deep anil three feet In
diameter, leaving tbe earth In the
bottom piilvertmd suitably for plant
ing It I stated that two wen, ran
thu excavate SM bole per ten-hour
iby at n rott of about "Vi cent per
Ilmrr n 1'itoit,
An iHteranlinx development ef the
ti ot Dower for food la rrordl In
the dally paper. tb lndnn
(olx. The ue of candled petal of
tho violet a a tweet meal ha long
Wn known, but the practice U now
arlalng of prrvlg now.r wbnT.
Ymi may now buy a hunch, tny of vt
let, for your btittoalwl. am! after
ward eat Ibem. A matter nt fart,
n numtxir of flower am hablinally
eaten. Clove, caper, cauliflower and
artichoke are all flower, nr part qt
rlowert, boforo the btotenm have ex
IIiikIII llMriie lllaekln;,
Threu ouikm ot lurtrMitUo and two
ounce of white wax ant dlovd to
nether over n alow tire. Then add
ono ounce of Ivory hlaek and ono dram
nf Indigo well pulverised and mix to
gether. Whim the wax and turpeti
tluo nro dlwolved, add the Ivory blnck
and Indigo and ttlr until mid. Ap
ply thin. Wnth afttrrward. nnd ymi
will havo n beautiful MUli Till
jincking kpepe tho leather toft and
la excellent for harm and buggy
WMn In Mnniire,
Filing manure In the open liiwrot
n big watte Tho Cornell ICxporlmoflt
Htntlon plied two ton of tread hotM
munuro tu an oxpoemt plare In flva
tnontlit It lott fi par cunt In grot
wclght, 00 per cent of tu nitrogen, if
per eont of It photphorle arid nnd
70 per cont ot It pototh. Hero waa
nu nverago toe of 01 r cent In plfti
food mora than the weight Iom. in
other word, tho rottod, oonewntrntiMl
manuro, (on for ton, wa worth lot
than tho froth manuro.
Tho Natlfliiul novernment I liecom.
lug moro liberal to the agricultural
luttreeta ich ywtr. The appropria
tion bill linn reported covering ull
npproprlnttnng made for tho Agricul
tural Deimrlmmit, amount (M ymr
to I3.773,!7. whleh I nu luuronte
of. 1810,160 over that of Intt (.,.
Tho forwtry eervloo lint tenured nn
IncronHo of 500,(W0 for flro iiroteo
tlon. I.ntt wir'u foruat llroa woro an
Mlta llottun- Tho plrtum Ui,
1. tll. ....I A..., . . '
liuiia. .iM vuiihiiii nun yl
Mint Jut Xcnle,
Rrin Juw olo I tbn
"Why am you an euthuttnttl" Ab,
pcdettrlniittmr' "llecniue I nn(a(
ford nu autu." -I'ltttburg I i-i
"What hnpiMii when a insn t,m.
peratute goea down a fur n it m,
gof "lie Ima cold ftel, inn am'
llrlde-llrto I n teligram frMa
wtt HlliUgriMiut (DMgerlyi Wk,i
do ho MyT llrldn (iraii Im M
return and all will bo forgiven
Firtt (imie Hoy Do ... ,r..i
muddor dUd Intt night fl. oa,.
Hoy- (lee) I wendur If ho guln lo4
ball game I'htUdvlphla Up. otd
Mt Knlrker- Do you. let IIiUmi
eat with tho family Mr i. r.
Vim, If inuali cheaper than i-i Uu
her oat with the pollrcttiau I'm k.
"I tee Hoblntou't luartlrd tgaln-.
marrleil hi firtt wife titter "Ym
lie tald he dldti! want to have tt
break In aiuilher luothrr In !"-.
He Oongfeta will never ! rs
(mhhhI ot women Hhe Why do jt
think tn? Ho 'Can you Imjelnt i
htMito full of wwntn with cu!y mi
speaker ? Jmlge.
Dr. Illletn- -Ynu needn't wory atvtt
your wife. Hhn nn n renin ka U ctt
Mltulltm. Hnttpax Hny. d - )r
ought tn tm tter by law, t , u!
"I thai yening S'lNullo 1,1 I MWi
kt$ twrti Htntle a matrh if ' lit
tM m bead nt all. but h 4 , l.ier
girl " "VeJt. yu ran I ep t a tuUk
to novo tw4 hn4 te It "
Mletrw Weil. I Ir Id get ,1a rn
want tn htava nr iy i lieat
thry In U me Faith. I dm.na It
yea want we In thlay. I II lav aa' It
) want me In lav. I II tbtay1
A tall man applied tor n pul'ho
overvtr "WlMit dn you knf," U
wa aaket! "I don't kiMw atrthl(
he replied, "hut I'M tall enujk tt
look over all the men you've g"l "
Teaeher- Jlmmle. euppoM you kit
ten apple ami ten nrnnge. a-nl n't
nine tenth of them to tome other M
tie boy, what would you bav' Jit
mie-- I'd have mo head eiamlntd'
"Kittle buy, iton't you know tint
you thnuldn't go fishing on H in!rr
"Mure I htmw It. but you tee the Ata
ain't been educated up tn keeping tkt
Kabbath yet"-D4rolt Ffee I'reta
"My laty ton tut at laat de- .l. m
a KnfoMion tMt lo think hell like"
"Oood What Imm he chosen- lit
want lo Im a lineman for a lr
! telegraph ewmpany " t leveUw!
"And yu wouldn't bogln a feurmy
n FtWayr "Ymi l-t I wpoMatl"
"I ran't ummraUml how you tu hat
any faith In tnch a ttlly tuwr lilea
"No tnperttltloii aUttt It HHd.rdiy'l
"Ve." tab! Mr. Dutttn Hlax. "I Imi
suerwxted In life, ami by Ih bfdt
klml nf work." "You dm't t-'k at If
rl had muett (aTtmial cxNrleHT wllil
Iwrd work" "(f wurtn wt I htm!
It done"-WnnMngtof! Star
Tho guest glnnrrd up nnd down Iht
bill of faro without rnthutlatm "0k,
wail." ho decided finally "Ju nuf
bring me a dotn triad o)tter Tt
rolomt waller l-efomn all apol"1!1
"Ah'a very terry, tab, but we a out 4
all aheltflth 'cnptlu' atg ' Kvtry
lHly'. Wat thorn ever a hotter oxamrde el
tha witty and ronrlto form of mrr
aloti tln tho nnawor of tho grim o
who, whan naked about the ibarar
ot a neighbor, tontentloutly reptleJi
"Mletor. I don't know ory mii'h atout
him, but my luiproMlmi It, bed mtki
n nrat-rlaa atrauger."
"I dorlato," my tho young house
lfe. "I don't know whnt wo nte to
tlo, when round tteok rust at mud)
at porterhouse. It la outrageous.
"Yoa, mum," ngrec tho inarkvlinan.
"Wlinf n body going to do If l'v
keep on?" "I would ndvlto jo
mum, thnt btdn' tho rnto, to oat porUr
Voiing Wife (milier norvoiitly) Oh,
rook, I must rwilly tpwik to you Your
iwmwr it nivviDH romidnlnlnif. Ow U'y
It I llio coup. Din hiHimd tiny It I "
nth, tho third day It In tho J"1"' ln
fact, It Ih ntvvnyn oomidhlng or "thif.
Fmik (win, fd-llng) Wtdl, mum, M
irt-ry fur you. It miiMt Ixt qulto linvvful
ii llvo with n Ki'iitlomnn of thnt tort
Mr. Youiigipnrrlo (tiintlnK) WJ
makoa tho oyttur ttow ro thick nna
uwnet. ilenef tl,.
....... ...wfc. ., ....... ,.i,w. a ,. ,,-, 1
that Riiouit! bo BotiKht out nnd fought 'cnn'l Imnglno. John: I mndo It cxudl
nt nil aonHoiiM of tho yMr. jt 'nccordlng to tho rciclpo; "onb down
soft-bodied Intoot proioctud by a wnxy:fluo. Inrgo oyatom nnd ono quart 0.
covorlng wlilult enn bo penetrated only rich milk." Tho milk wna lovely, nn;'
by very corrotlvo chomlcnk Owing It wmo In enna. and I hnd to ue four
to Injury to foliage, tluao chemlonl " I" 'nko thq quart. I tltluk M
must bo uaod In wlnUr or whou the mcor colleil tt "coudetwod" mllK.
trM are dormant. j Tho Iliillmnu.