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aks of Alpffalaaaffi
"Bobblo'i itotnncli was often Upset
ml tin suffered lot from colds."
says Mr. P. H. Fletcher, Jr., 4410 j
XV. 1101b St., Los Angola, Cul. "Wo
found Iio was constipated,
"Mother used California Flic Syrup,
so we gave Hobble some, llo nmnxed
mo by the quirk way lie became
strong, energetic, well ngnln. HI
bowels net frirly now, ami his
digestion In splendid."
Tho quick, safe way to cleanse mid
regulate ln liowi'U of Milium, head
ocliy, ruliMllinitril rlillilrra lit Willi
California Fig Hynip. Every child
loves It. It linn the full endorsement
of doctor. Appetite U Increased by
It Una; digestion In assisted; weak
toiiuicli nml boweli ere given tone;
Look fur tlio won! California on
Hip rnrton. Tlmt marks tlio genuine,
fa maul for 60 years.
UtXATIVC-TONIC or CHILDREN
AmBiInc new low price on
Wurl.l- Itecorit W. U nl
II h-vy breed. JOS'
II v rt. livery uB.ranlee1.
ID years' reputation your
aafrsuard. Agent ntet.
ot kk n.TiiKBif... Jr Tda
1420 fir Avnu Seattle, Wh.
( I a il III
in (hi e
r .ral tyf
a J -title
C...ftiii E atom
With hi JCnullnh wlf, Cathar
In, mid inn, J oma, llnnry Hu
Uln, French Miller In C'biiikI In
1740, culll vat a fnini l)scaiit
to (In Tmitaur licrtaiurl, A tin
atorf open the llulnlli am re
turning from a vlall tu Ilia Ton
tcurs. t'athdrlnt'f wandorlnn
brother, llupilliah, nil I hem
with prtMnta far lli fmnlly. To
Jti hi Klvm a ilatol, blddlnK
lilni irfout liliimclf In ninrkiiniin
tlilp. Jina flRhta with I'nul
Tacli, coinln c( Tolnnltt Ton
taur, whom tliay both fcdora,
Nit duy Jutma call it tlia Ton
tur lioni and atiolnl. for
brawllna: In front of TulnMte.
Tha Tonttur ko to Uuvbno. Kour
jraar puna. War butwnnn lirlt
aln and Franca fliiinea. Ji-mn re
turn from a hunt to find Ma
horn burned and hi father and
tniither alaln, 11 ko to the
eluneurl and ftiida tha tnanor
dcatroyed and Tontaur and hi
ervant dead, llellevalna; him
an enemy, Tolnetta wound
Jeein and danounre hi in a an
Kiillliiiiti. Jeema return to
hi iniiiUuiod parent and the
ylrl follow him. Hli become
convinced her uaplclon of
Jeema war wrung.
ii. 1 1 1
IIOM IMUIIII MUVIF, Ml I K. rt erller
nl I', Ii milr f..r It fr nipl. pi
frentxt. Ill .M. file, I IIKI'k 11).. )
Wvairre I'x-mo lil.la.. Anoloa. relit
I.I IMCA rH.1 H AMMI
ataie numl.er. Uk and pr.re atinitelt
(evlery. toil IIHI.I.U HI., o.klend. relit.
4 Ntmi Enttrmlntor1hat
Won't Mil UvmtocU, Poultry,
Dog; Cata, or evtx Baby Chick
K R Onn be uaed about Ih home. barn or poul
try yard wllh abenlule eelrly ee l eonlelne M
leadly peieaa. KKOli med of Mqulll, aa recom
mended by U 8. Dept. of Agrlcullure.oven drle
nderlhe Connebleproceae which Ineurre met
Imam elreiiflh. Uerd by County Acnie In moeJ
tel tilling cemreigne, Moaey-leth Ceareetee.
Inalal uion K K O, the orlglnel Bgulll eeler.
enlnalor. All druggleie,poullryeupplyandeed
houera.ISc, II 11, Hoo. Direct II dralrr aaonot
upply you. KK O Co Sptlngncld, Ohio.
Mlztio. IIIiihii, a liilmrcr, foiiml em
ployment nt Onnkn, Jiipuii, lifter
wnlkltiK "H) mllei from Tokyo, carry
ing III four-) enroll! child on till
bnik. A newfipiiper pulillslier pub
IIkIiciI IiIr picture nml a drotlier lit)
lind not Keen for elul't yeiiri recog
nlzed It. Tlio brother'! employer
gnve IIIiihii n Job.
By James Oliver Curwood
by Doubledny Doran Co., Ino,
Are there lots of foods you can't
fat for fear of gas, bloating, pains
in the stomach and bowels?
Do you hare to pass up favorite
dlfihes-while the nt enjoy them?
That's a sign you need Tunlacl For
more than 10 years Tanlac has re
stored to vigorous health thousands
who suffered like you do.
Mrs. Arvena Dowers, of 1230 Jaok
on St., Topekn, Kans., says: "Five
years 1 wan troubled with gas, Moat
ing and dizzy spells. Hut Tnnlae
toned up my whole system and in
creased my weight 10 lls."
If you suffer from indigestion, gas,
dizziness, headnchos, or torpid liver
try Tanlae. One bottle often bringH
tlie needed relief.
Tanlac is a good, pure medicine,
made uf roots, barks, and herbs. CM
it from your druggifet today. Yow
money lack if it doesn't help you.
CHAPTER VI Continued
Am! then he knew what had touched
Ms shoulder In the darkness; Tol
netts'i cheek presalng SKiiliiat It for a
moment as lightly as a feather.
lie felt her trembling. When alio
looked at hi in, her eyes rested on the
brand of the musket bnrrul which lay
In a red stripe arroNi .his forehead.
The stars seemed bigger and clearer
when at lat they rnmo to the half
mile of abandoned mnd which ended
In I.usann'i clearing. It was the rond
down which Jeema had watched Ton
tour and I 'a til Tnrhe and a proud little
prince. rtile to the sale years before.
Now the prince walked unsteadily
at his utile. She was white and fragllo
Jn tho starlight, and her Ktrnigth was
gone. Iter dnns was torn by brush
and briars, and the thin ante of her
shoes were sUiiokI worn from her feet.
Wit struggled bravely as they entered
the clearing, with the ruin of the
bouse ahead of them. Hoth were so
tired In lout and body that their
mind aelied upon this end of their
Journey as a relief from longer sup
porting the burdens of the fltuh. In
a way, It was like coming to a home
which they had forgotten. For this
wss LuMan's, a place filled with m em
eries of hope and triumph and bitter
neaa out of which It built a welcome
for them even In Its loneliness.
Tolnette's lips a! moat smiled, as If
she saw Madame I.tiaaan at the
threshold of the dinir calling to ber
above the laughing voice of men and
women, above her father's cheery
greetings to friends and neighbors,
above the reatleee Mumping of her
bone's hoofs and the crying of the
auctioneer. Hhe might have seen and
beard theae things but yentenlay ; now
there was sleeps a ilurk and llfeleai-
ghoet of a houfte. cricket rniplng their
wings In the tangled grass, a Jungle
growing where before there had been
a broad and level green.
Hoth were children now, seeing the
ghouls as only children could see them,
wide-eyed and a little afraid at fl rut.
and yet comforted by tho nearness of
that yesterday In their lives. The stars
and the crickets and the rustling
grass and the wind In the trees
aeemed to listen and move to the cau
tious tread of their feet. A rabbit
ran ahead of them. An owl flew off
the roof of the house. A bat dipped In
eplrals and curves before their eyes,
and thorns cnught playfully at their
shoes and clothes. And they felt safe.
A warmth crept through their blood,
and with It a relaxation of nerves and
eyes and brain. Here was sanctuary,
licet. Peace. They sensed theae
things without speaking as they ap
proached the building. The door was
open. Htarllght sptaahed like the
golden glow of candles on the floor.
They entered and stood silent as If
listening anxiously for the voices of
sleeping ones whom their entrance
might amuse. KmptlneHS was here,
a spectral vacnncy, but with It wero
neither death nor fear.
They wore a little npart, and
Tolnette looked like a broken flower
ready to fall.
"Walt for me here," said Jeems. "I
am going for an armful of grnsa."
lie ninde a bed In a corner of the
room, and Tolnette sank upon It. Ho
covered her with his father'! eont
which he had brought from tho valley
and went outside to watch and guard
He could hear her sobbing as tears
came at Inst to give her comfort. lie
fought back a thickening In his throat
and a hot flamo In his eyes ns tho hoy
In him called out for his mother. He,
too, wanted this ensement for his
grief. Hut ho atood ft man. Odd
watched tirelessly and sleeplesaly with
After a long time, there was sllenco
In the old house, and Jeems knew that
Tolnette wits asleep. Ho went In
quietly and repluced tho coat about
ber. Her face was white and lovely,
and wet lashes glistened on her cheeks.
Timidly his fingers pressed the silken
braid of her hnlr. Ho bniHlied ft wisp
of hny from her forehead. I' neon
selouHly his lips moved, Hope and
faith and prayer aeenied to stir In tho
room as ho dared to ralso the soft
braid to his lips, and then he returned
to his pluco outsldn with something
like a glory enshrined with his sorrow.
He ant on tho ground wllh tho hotiso
at bis back and bis bow and ghcaf of
arrows and the English hatchet with
in rench uf bis bauds, Tho stillness
seemed a live thing that had barred
all sound from solemn hours of medi
tation, and he soon began to feel Its
Influence. Blowly and Irresistibly It
brought the dealre to clone his eyes
and sleep, and he rose to his feet In a
struggle to keep awake. Odd's teeth
clicked and his eyes gleamed with un
For hours they watched together
and marked every changing shadow.
They skirted the edges of the open,
advancing a step at a lime and with
as little nolae as the owl win, that
now and then floated about them.
They scanned Lussan'i meadow, and
Jeems climbed a tall tree to see If be
could discover a glow of fire. At In
tervals he returned to the house and
looked In at Tolnetto. It was after mid
night when he sat down again, and
loon the stars seemed to be laughing
at him and to bo drawing nearer as
If they had beaten him In a game.
They closed his ryes. Odd rested his
heavy Jaw between his forepaws and
gave a deep sigh. Kxhaustlon-then
With an effort, Jeems mused him
self. He saw Odd at his feet. Day
had come, and the sun wan rUlng. He
sensed these things first, In a flash
of wakefulness, and then felt a weight
against him and the softness of his
He Klsssd Hsr Pale Face and Her
mother's hair on hli cheek. Only It
was Tolnette and not his mother. Shi
mut have come to him before thi
dawn broke. Her head win resting
on hli shoulder and his arms were
about her ai they had been about hli
mother. Hli movement had not awak
ened her, but now a slow tightening
of his arms brought a tremor to her
lashes and a deep breath to her lips.
He klsned her pale face, and her eyes
opened. He kissed her again, and the
act did not seem to disturb her any
more than It amnzed or shocked him.
There was a responsive greeting In her
Then she sat up straight beside hint
and faced the rising sun.
Thi air was so cold that she shiv
ered. Kvery shrub and briar and
blade of grass In the clearing glistened
with front. The coat she had brought
from the house slipped from her shoul
dors, and Jeems drew It about her
again. They stood up, and strength
returned Into the cramped limbs. For
little while they did not spenk.
That they belonged to each other
was a truth which pressed Itself on
them without effort or confusion.
Tolnette was not axlintned that she
had come to hi in nor that her act had
proclaimed what pride and fatso preju
dice had so long hidden from hlin In
her heart. Her eyes glowed with a
light which shone softly out of fathom
less depth of pain and grief. She
wanted him to know how completely
the folly of her pride was gone and
how glad she was that It was he who
stood beside her now. They might
have been years older, so calmly did
the sense of surrender and of posses
sion hold them. ICxccpt for the ten
derness In her eyes, Tolnette wni un
changed. Hut Jeems felt himself taller
at her side and something had en
tered him which was like the spirit
of a conqueror. It was another world
now. A vast myxtory ahead of him.
Something (o fight through, to win
from, to live for. Mysterious, It wai
still very real. It set hla heart throb
bing with nn unappnlled and challeng
ing force. Yesterday, black with
tragedy and grievous with Its pain,
wai a long time ago, but, with Tolnette,
today had become a tremendoui liv
ing present, Gently her fingertips
touched bis shoulder. Then she looked
wllh him toward the east and tha
Itlehelluu and what lay beyond.
From the moment they had risen
to their feet, Odd had stood as rigid
as carven wood In the white-coated
grass with bis muzzle leveled toward
I.ussan'i meadow. Something (Infinite
bad come within his reach, which
made It unnecessary for him to meas
ure the wind, and suddenly there rose
above other sound the wild and raucous
crying of a blue Jay, and a cawing of
alarm among the ciws. A second
and a third blue Jay Joined the first,
and their tumult came to an end when
a piercing bird call terminated sharply
In a single screeching note.
"That was an arrow," inld Jeems,
beginning to string hi bow. "More
than once I hnve hud to kill a noisy
blue Jay when creeping up on game."
He drew Tolnette Into tl.e shelter
of tho house and called Odd. A few
minutes later swiftly moving, aornlier
horrors In a world of shimmering
white they saw the Mohawk come
out of the edge of Lussan'i meadow,
The spectacle of death marching
back over its trail brought no terror
to Jeems. He bad watched for It, had
half expected It, and In a way It was
like the answer to an unvoiced prayer
which bad followed his awakening
when he had found Tolnette In his
arms. To fight for her now, to rush
forth from the house with a battle
cry on his Hps, and to be cut to pieces
In her defense wns not a prospect
which dismayed him, but which. In
stead. Inspired In him a fearless ex
altation. It was Tolnette who saved
him from whatever fully was brewing
Itself In bis brain as he stood with a
long hunting arrow fitted to his bow.
With a breathless cry, she drew him
away from the broken door, and there,
safe for a moment from the savages
who were entering the clearing, she
flung her arms about his shoulders.
For In these tragic seconds a look had
come Into Jeems' face like that which
had frightened ber In the tower room
of the mill, a look hard and vengeful
with the desire to kill.
"Jeems, dear, we must hide," ihi
pleaded. "We must hide 1"
The futility of trying to conceal
themselves when their footprints were
clearly left upon the frosty ground did
not occur to him at once. It was her
voice and the name It claimed for him
that broke down the resolution which
aoon would have betrayed them.
"I know of a place," sl e wai lay
ing. "We must hurry to, It!"
She ran ahead of him and be fol
lowed her Into another room where .
stair was falling Into ruin. The red
killers bad paused at the edge of the
open. They etnod motionless, like
stone men, listening and watchful, the
upper parts of their bottle still un
clothed until colder days snd glisten
ing with grease and paint. Tolnette
did not allow Jeems to pause, and the
stepi made complaint as they trod
upon them. Jeems looked down from
the top and saw the marks of their
feet In the dust below. Their fati
wai certain It thi Mnhswki came this
far, but with only the narrow stair
for their enemies to oscend hi was
determined. In this event, that each
of his twenty arrows should find a
Tolnette preceded him Into the roo
above. She went directly to a panel
like board which held a wooden peg
and In a moment they were peering
Into the musty gloom of a huge black
hole under the roof, which the Lui
am had used ai a garret.
"Madame Lussan brought me to thli
room after your fight with Haul," she
whispered. "I flung my spoiled clothes
far back In there!"
Kven with the lavages so near,
pathos and memory were In the trem
ble of ber voice,
Jeems faced the narrow aperture
In the wall which Tuscan had left ai
a window and a gun hole for defense.
He went to the window, and Tolnette
came close to his side. No eyes could
see them ns they looked through the
rectangular slit shadowed under tha
eaves. The Mohawks had not moved,
and from the steadiness of their atti
tude Jeems knew they had comi upon
the open unexpectedly. Not a hand
among the silent lavages bud moved
to hatchet, bow, or gun.
Thli fact drew a hopeful whisper
(TO EE CONTINUED.)
Impressive Scenes in Fijian National Dance
The tneke, or national dance of the
FlJInns, plays an Important part In nil
ceremonies on the Islands, As tunny
as two hundred young natives, most
gorgeously dressed, will take part In
a nicke, which may bo described as a
legend told 111 song and dance. Some
times It deals with a famous tribal
battle of old.
Tho dancers carry either spears or
clubs, nnd go through many of the
movements of the battle tho stealthy
appronch to the enemy's lines, the
hurly-bruly of the combat, nnd then
the triumphant return when the
warriors nre greeted by their chiefs,
their sages, nnd their women". For an
hour or more, without tho least lu
terval, a mvke will coutluue lti way,
every action explaining Itself, every
itep most precisely executed.
The lenders of the mekei are alwaya
particularly fine men, and they wear
wonderful tuppn robes with trains
four to five yards long, which they
manage with all the grace of a court
lady. Montreal Herald.
Laid to Electricity
Two English physicists have formed
a theory that a ring of electric cur
rent, surrounding the earth In much
the same manner as the more material
rings of Saturn surround that planet,
cause the magnetic storms that upset
cable and telegraphic communications.
I'lipular Mechanics Magazine,
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Wc all catcli colds and they can make us miserable;
but your3 needn't last long if you will do this: Taka
two or tlirco taLlct3 of Bayer Aspirin just as soon as
possible after a cold starts. Stay in the house if you
can keep warm. Repeat with another tablet or two
of Bayer Aspirin every three or four hours, if those
symptoms ot cold persist. Take a good laxative whea
you retire, and keep bowels open. If throat i3 sore,
dissolve tlirec tablets in a quarter-glassful of water
and gargle. This soothes inflammation and reduces
infection. There is nothing like Bayer Aspirin for a
cold, or sore throat. And it relieves aches and pains
almost instantly. The genuine tablets, marked Bayer,
are absolutely harmless to the heart.
Ajplria 1 tha trad mark of Bayer Manufacture ot Uoooaeeticacideatar of felicybeadd
Tin regular, consistent ue of Cntleura
Ointment and Cnttrara Soap is
assurance of a healthy scalp. Let the sham
k A A I. in annllratiAn of
nllpiirn flinfment Cif there ij dindrufl or akin
!risiinn th liamnnA with a atronf tud. Of with I
soft eoap made by dissolving shavings of Cntleura
Soap in a littlo hot water. Ion will be pleased with
the heal thmrs of your calp.
6oeyUUiMeMNlAeadMe. TelraaiKa. SberhK Cnaej IS.
I-npuotaM fewer Oi St Owteol CorpeeetU MiHeei, Mao.
Try lk KTV Caticare bhrnrimf Imah
It' tb Mouth
Lady Your French rolls are really
far too small. 1 can put a whole one
Into my mouth at once.
Baker I can quite believe that,
madam, but It's not the fault of the
bread. Rollg Hair Tlmma, Goten-burg.
si M onBTt A An' N.wmmr Manale
All rooma hare ahnwer or tub. C.'O op. FlUrttMf.
ttl W. Park tL Coflte Shop. Oerege oppoeit.
FA DM RIC! MflNFY
tb lo 6U per cent paid whJl
le&rain. Pneiline. Hired
LartnrM weekly. Scouca-ea. Writ for catalog.
Uni CD SYSTEM OP COLLCStS
niwa-a.it 71 Third St I
Start How !
effective in smaller dues
Aerial Studio for Africa
Built specially for the photograph
ing of an area of C3.000 square miles
In Northern Ithodesla, an airplane Is
soon to be put Into commission. The
machine Is literally an eerlal photo
graphic studio. It can be flown at a
height of 20,000 feet and remain at
this altitude for seven and one-half
hidira while the pilot and photogra
pher map the country below. As
most of the flights will be over a
wild country the plane has two en
gines so that if one fulls the other
will carry the machine to safety.
Worse Than Ever
Tllton I used to be commander In
chief of a rapid fire gun.
Iulges What are you nowt
Tllton Commander of chefs In a
raio by day, week
Corner lib and Hoyt St., Near Colon Station.
SAM FRANCISCO'S NEW FINE HOTEL
Kferyroom with baUt or ehower. .! u $Uu
Jotiee at Edd.r. Garair neit door.
4th a ad Ftee Partlaaa, Ore.
A Belrl ar her ere rerw
Fireproof Room - bath 12.00 up
"The Modern girl does not regard
herself as merely something to be
eventually possessed by aome man,"
declares Rupert Hughes. "Life for
her has become a nfty-fifty proposi
tion, as made clear by the young
lady when her boy friend proposed.
"'Will you be my life partnerf be
burbled In the time-honored manner.
"Ilow much capital can you put
In? demanded the modern miss, pro
ducing ber own bankbook."
To keep closn and healthy take t
I'lerre'a Pleasant Pellet. They reguUtl
liver, bowels and stomich. Adv.
FUh's Many Names
The suiiiish is known In varloni
localilles as the pondrtsh, tobacco
box, pumpkin seed and klvles.
:hild needs Castoria
When a child la fretful and
Irritable, seems distressed and un
comfortable, can't play, can't sleep,
it is a pretty sure sign that some
thing is wrong. Right here is where
Castoria fits into a child's scheme
the very purpose for which it wai
formulated ycari ago! A few dropi
and the condition which caused the
trouble is righted; comfort quickly
brings restful sleep.
Nothing can take the place of
Castoria for children; it'i perfectly
harmless, yet always effective. For
the protection of your wee one
for your own peace of mind keep
this old reliable preparation always
on hand. But don't keep it just for
emergencies; kt it be an every-day
aid. Its gentle action will case and
soothe the infant who cannot
sleep la tuore liberal doses it will
rr:: . no cmii
effectively help to regulate sluggish
bowels in an older child.
All druggists have Castoria; it'i
genuine if you see Chas. 1 1. Fletcher's
signature and this name-plate: ,