Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About Heppner times. (Heppner, Or.) 1???-1912 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1904)
FETTERED BY FATE 8
BY ALEXANDER ROBERT80N
-J.fetta's rate." -little 3eferr." -ieffle. re Stmlng Jrf
-Solimakerot Lisbon." "W,4d4U Win," "Dl,u
rorpe." "flora's Ltgacr.'
Mid: at any rate the detective turned
and looked toward the window, and would
have discovered the spy but that he bad
dropped behind a limb and was hidden.
lie knew not at first whether it was
the detective In the flesh, or his spirit,
and in either case It waa bad enough to
make him shiver.
Fancy his feelincs so close to this Rus
sian bloodhound who was on his track,
doubtless armed with all the papers ncc-
Captain Grant as we may still call the
man of many names, in order to distin
guish him from his cousin, Uoger Darrel
-had proved his boldness by remaining in
the vicinity when everything seemed to
indicate that hasty flight would be the
most beneficial to his Interests.
He seemed completely environed by
intt.r which way he turn-
thmieh be was bound
to meet some enemy, but he only shut his
teeth the harder and determined to beat
tUm all vot
There were several important things
,.f him about which he knew
tiothinR. The first of these was the es
cape of Nora Warner for the second t.me
.m tho ma.t house, and the fact that
Bhe and brave Jack, who loved her so
well that he was ready to die in her ser
vice, were even then closing in upon the
man upon whom both had sworn a migaty
-. I.a oranirpil.
Will w . . n - l',lrt
Then a?ain, there was another little
r ii,ih the Caotain was Ignornnt
-the restoratiou of the Russian detec
tive to life. He had not the least idea
in the wide world but that the teiiow
wn ot In the chimney for days;
and, not knowing that the old mill was
occupied, and haunted by a fear lest his
.hnni.l Wome known, should any
one by accident discover the body of the
mau-tracker, who niignt oe 'uu "r
nixed as the person witn wnoui i
left Richmond Terrace on the night when
his marriage had been so abruptly brok
en off by the flight of Carol, assisted by
v valiant Roger, he was even now on his
way to the old mill with the full intention
of forever hiding the body of the slain
detective-for he was absolutely posi
tive the man was dead-from the view of
He had started out with a trowel and
aome lime, intending to make some mor
tar and brick up the bote in the chimney
through which he had dropped the boJy,
but when he came to think it aU oyer,
there were several objections to this plan.
In the first place, any parties visiting
the mill through idle curiosity as they
were liable to do any day, and this it
n. that had urged him on to the step he
was about to take could not bnt notice
the difference in the mortar; tne paicn
wmiU h tilaiulv seen, and their curiosity
TnitJ that nothing would do but an
examination, when the truth would be
ar.aih.lilv fl tall1Sd-
Thi ha so distrusted him that he had
hnr!l the trowel and little sack of lime
4nvrv tha liilsW and was about to turn
v..i, -,,, ho aiul.lt nlr became seized
uav & " " , "
with a lirilliant idea.
si .tniienduus was this new thou?ht,
coming after his late defeat, that he be
came excited, and. losing no ume, i
once recommenced his walk toward the
stars" "jk'"j twuFr"i'!iliioY?ilti6fi;ft
rebuking the dark thoui;bts that had been
engendered in his brain.
Ilia new scheme, which had appeared
to him as one well calculated to bring suc
cess with it, was to tear down the chim
ney, remove the body to some other vrt
of the mill where it would get the full
benefit of his further actions, and then
fathering combnstibles about the dead
man. set lire to the old mill. The itreat
tructure would burn like tinder, and his
eeret would be well kept.
Full of this lds. be hurried along the
T.th he had taken on that other .'ilg'it
when with such herculean strength be
had borne the body of the detective from
the spot wiiere he had struck him down,
to the denser forest where he bad after
ward brought hia horse to bear the lody
to the mill.
If be could dispose of the detectives
in his sudden alarm, uttered the words
that indicated his surprise a little too
the foreign agent, who was panting neav
lly, "I mean that we are locked In liere,
and the old mill la on fire. Under the
door even now you can see an Increasing
light. IJsten, and you will hear the
voices of the fire fiends. We are doom
ed!" "This Is your work, demonT ejaculated
the detective, Jumping up and vaiuly rat-
tlin the door.
"I ark now ledire It. but I have been
caueht In my own trap," answered the
Tn thM ars now came a low, mutter
ing sound, like Increasing thunder. It
was the savage flames eating their way
upward, roaring, dancing and shooting
wildly, this way and that, as tuey rapuuy
enveloped the whole of the doomed build
(To be continued.)
INGENIOUS BROOKLYN THIEVES.
Enter Bulldlnaa ta Hollow Loan"
and Rifle at leisure.
Thieves In Brooklyn nowadays are
essary to take him across the water to
the most terrible doom mat coma ueiaii i ..,... K inlnus. A
, -.1.I..W J...l. .hi I llOt OU1Y IUUUHUWWOi o
man, ana oesiue which um --- - , , ,,
ihhet or guillotine lost its terrors-a life truck was uriven rew.m, -
" - . , i - ,, i.. li ill niiriv
in the salt mines of Siberia for tremcn- ot a woman living
dous political offenses against tne i-iar.
Satisfied, apparently, that he nad been
mistaken in thinking that he heard a
noise, the man resumed his work of writ
ing, and Captain Grant gradually raised
his head again.
For ten minutes those tiger eyes were
glued upon the detective. Then the sol
dier began to descend the tree with the
acilitv and the noiselessness of a cat.
in the afternoon. A suave youug umu
in rhnme of It said, addressing tne
woman by name, that her husband had
ordered a lounge to be sent to her. aim
he wished to deliver it. The woman ue
clared that her husband had told her
nothing about It, and that It must do
a mistake. The young man msisun,
however, that it was no mistake; mat
Once upon the ground he stood and shook tue iounge had been paid for, and he
his fist upward, muttering low words . . . t . instructions by deliver-
i. :ul- Turn. 1 w lur w vjj
I . rr.i. - ... 1 11 vna ' ! ri' 1 1 1 1 1 -
in( it. lue wuiuiiu,
which contained terrible threats.
ing, he vanished from view among xue ,tlit- be all right
!. u i i :n i k.. tho stances, thought It might ne an rifcui,
trees orjouu lue uuu, nu ,,tl,ln tr linv
i v .i. wmn h.i esneclallv as there was nothing to iaj,
same a r as uric i " " " i . . .
seen him disappear on that other evening, and allowed the young man ana uis
when they could not tell whether it was a88istant to bring tne louuga mw
Roger Darrel or some one else, tne two I house and place It In the nan. Aiur
men being of the same build and the at- I they gue went upstairs.
mosphere deceptive. Ahnnt an hour afterward the suave
A couple or nours later captain urni
once more appeared upoa the scene. In
his hand he carried a large can of coal
oil, stolen from Bome neighboring farm
house. His object was apparent he in
tended to destroy the mill by fire after
all, and if the thing were possible get rid
of the detective at the same time.
For some time he glided about in the
lower part of the mill. Not a light was to
be seen, for Carol had retired to her room
in the dwelling and her mother had closed
the blinds In the lower story so that she
might be undisturbed in her occupation of
reading old letters from her husband.
The Captain used a dark lantern, tnd
in a snort time naa everyinmg arrnus.-u.
w t.dii.irf. I teem bmmie rapidly more valuable.
r.r,.ntiv ln.iiistrr lis woman's nat- when the thirtieth anniversary la come
ural field of expresalon. She carried they are presented with pearls. At the
. hmn first, while the world fortieth come rubies. At the fiftieth
.... full of warfare, but now that man occurs tho golden wedding.
has also become Industrious she lias Ueyoml this time tne ageu conpie
m.inh ic In the world as lie. allowed to enjoy tneir girts m p-i-.
Work Is woman's own distinctive prov- if, however, by any possibility they
w th habit f dolna It at home should reach their seventy-flfth annl-
,.J u m.ri a "left-over" from versury. they are presented with the
those old times when the home was the rarest gifts to be obtained ot the cele-
only safe place. Now we have a peace- bratlon of tliolr aiamonu weuumjj.
ful. orderly. Industrial coinmunuy,
with scientific discoveries and mechan
ical Inventions which give freedom and
power to women as well as men. The
education of boys and gins is sum
clently equal to allow the development
of human faculties In women, and each
step of increased opportunity they have
followed with Increased ability, f-acn
year sees a larger number of girls who
are no more willing to stay ot nome
and do nothing, or to stay at home and
do housework, than their brothers are.
Why should they be? Why should
an intelligent, able-bodied young wom
an be content not to take part in the
"An ottack of la r'rr ,eft
ih a had couch. My friends said
I hid consumption. I then tried
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral nd It
cured me promptly."
A. K. Randies, noiomis. uu
You forgot to buy a bot
tle of Ayer's Cherry rcc
toral when your cold first
came on, so you let It run
along. Even now, witn
all your hard coughing, it
will not disappoint you.
There's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.
Thr allot t !., tnoMh for an ordlnarf
eolrfi We.. ! "' ,ur.,oro,u "' . Zul
n.a l.aril ouiai. PI. '!
oUiuuiu i er n"'v
J. C. AVtH COh LuwaU, Alaa.
Hot a Believer.
Miss KUlerly You mustn't believe
all you liear.
Mrs. Malaprop i aonv.
Nor halt I
Large Congregation ExpecUd.
("y Iligrass Hoerd 'bout Decuro
HosDltal methods are adopted more
i-itoi nrraises of society lu tho I Pnrh ver in the nrlvate treatment of
- i.i t-i, nr,nuittrn tn hif h.i.i.. ..,..iiw.ij thut utn suv. oflBlllins' fall?
... ,i.,in bna aevernl crounds. and a tha unerlor modern hospital, conduct- HI Mgrass e uou v
many faces. One Is this proposition Li unaer the best medical supervision, did he i fall from?
... . ., , .i.- .i, i. .i ....i .,m it. nu-if- Cv lliifrass rrom grace
tliat Slie SUOUIU leave urn " iw wiuw h uwiuwi . , " . . . ii .. Hi
is, the wagethat strictly limited memories. The child lies upoults They're goin' to ,c Jt
crop of beneflts-to those who need It bed and Is not picked up and carried Jay mornuig IluUmiore AnierUsn.
most. Let us take a good grip on this about the room, eveu when It yells. Knew the Man.
thin bnl.l it tlchtlv. and apply U lib- visitors and relatives are no longer en- . .. , . ,.. ,,.
JViuift . -rt- ' ' " ' - - . I .. . .1 "1 MtMn LI1H.L 1111 1 Una ssv " " -
and. with many apologies, explaiueU rrttIlT to the general field of human couraged to pound It In the ribs, pmcu building a house for hiui-
lalior, to See It U appuea muj us CIllU or irunnier umiuin-n w
reasonably. As a principle it means This strictness Is laughed at by ribald
tiii- that labor all our great Indus- outsiders and resented by relics of tho
trial processes, business, education, 0d regime, which, like every other
law, art everything we call "work" fossil, u attributed to nature, no doubt.
is In truth a sort of beneficiary device with Justice, but wltnout mucu rv in
to food people. "We" those who have vance. Actually, this intelligent treut
that unaccountable possession of the ment of Infancy Is doing much to check
precious work-crops should give the nervousness in our children, to protect
work to those who need it that Is, to them from bad habits and needless ei
those who need the pay for It. When actions, and to make them self-reliant
we say "work," In this connection, we Babyhood, Indeed, Is the best couduct
nlicnvn mean nnv. We do not lmag- Ml aire at present When the child
young man returned, with his assistant,
ClULtf " " " . .
that he had made a mistake after all;
that the lounge had been bought by a
man of a somewhat similar name, out
of a different address, and that he
wniiM take it away and deliver It to the
Th lounge was tueui
"Is lie," exclaimed tho victim.
"I'll t he'll cheat himself." I'hil
Soon after the truck drove away the
woman discovered that valuable cloth
ing and Jewelry were missing from a
room on the parlor floor. As she had
been alone In the house before the
... m 1 1 1 ...Art Ulrt
lounge was delivered, aim uuu n u m
during this time be meant to secure the
detective in his room. Escape by means
of the window was out of the question.
for it was only a small bull's-eye opening.
and even a much more slender man than
the Russian detective would have had
trouble in passing through it.
Up the stairs crept the would-be mur
derer with the stealth of a burglar. His
ears were on the alert for any sound, but
nothing was to be heard save the heavy
breathing of the sleeper in the little room.
JLU thia wliiU tha alow match he had
toward tfie or'saturalVJ fags 'and e'uipir
which once blazing nothing could extin
guish. Captain Grant little knew whit
danger he was incurring, and the terrible
rap he was about to enter.
Heachinz the room in which the Rus
sian detective lay sleeping, having thrown
himself upon the cot without undresung.
he looked In. The candle still burned.
but dimly from want of snufiing, and as
the door was open he saw that the key
was on the inside.
To remove thla to the outside was his
first care. This he accomplished without
awaking the sleeper, and then all was In
readiness for the culmination of bis plan.
but he could not resiKt the temptation to
creep across the little room and gloat
ever his enemy once more before the
fire cremated him.
How his eyes gleamed as he glared
down upon the man who had hunted him
A slow match was ignited that would. I . . .i tho rixnn n short
take a certain length of time to burn, and c ln J naturally decided that
h Tlaitors could solve the mystery of
their disappearance of they cuosc to uo
so After consulting with friends, It
appears that a solution of the problem
lay In the fact that tne iouiirc
of a well-known variety, wnicu. u
opened, have a hollow Interior, large
enough to hold a small man and afford
0an in which to stow away snugly
lno that the needy person wants the
work, for exercise or for enjoyment
but that he wants food and clothes,
and must work to obtain them.
If this Is so we are singularly ln
ivinlstent In carrying out our Idea. It
grows older it meets unuuuui i
the substitution of nurse's for moth
er's care, a tendency encouraged by the
new activities of women and by city
life. At the beginning, however. In the
first weeks and months of his exist-
... a ithin. It la said, we can una. snouiu rremunu
ihim Lm been successfully but Elfnt be taking the bread and butter
Hrooklyn recently. .New lork inu-
would follow If this were so that we ence when change and development
ought to promptly dispossess President are more rapid than at any other perl
Charles W. Eliot, of Harvard Unlver- oj, the human being bus never had
sity, of his chair, and put In requiring ,ucj, decent treatment as It Is the bap
some efficiency the neediest scholar py fashion to ticstow upon blm uow.
EVERYBODY HAD TO SNEEZE.
Queer Bcene When Pepper Flew ia
Windows of Klevated Train.
"A -chew!" "A-chew'."
It was in the last car of a Sixth ave
nue elevated train speeding between
Grand and Bleecker streets the other
afternoon. The car was crowded, and
a portly, prosperous-looking gentleman
sounded the first note of alarm. Every
other man In the car laughed for a
minute and slyly sized up the portly
man with a quizzical glance. Inspired
by the suspicion that he had been tak
A statuesque blond young woman
our riclfiec.ffie-RrxiWB gYru7Vt.I.AU ,
t once, and pray tho rest of their
ves, as some of them are piously do-
ng now. or our working classes we
should keep close watch, and. as soon
as a man has more than others, take
away his Job and give It to the one
who "needs" It most Success.
body one great object would be sccom- ao long, snd whom his knife had failed to I smartly gowned, directed attention to
plished. He felt that when be strucK tne
tnan-traiker down to ueam oe nan .
eomplisbed much, for in spite of his non
chalance in his presence be had feared
this man like poison. Winn this work
was accomplished he could turn upon hi
other f's one by one and demolish them.
Filled with theae thoughts he hurried
oo through the gloomy forest. The mill
was quite a distance sway, and yet he
took no note of the passage of time, and
was so engrossed in his various schemes
kill. His breath came hard, aa though
excitement reigned within, and his band
unconsciously sought the weapon in his
At this Instant, however, the right hand
of the detective suddenly shot npw.irj
and clutched the throat of the soldier,
and at the same time threw bimsrlf up
ward. The two of them went ovn with a
crash, locked In a desd!y embrace, and
utMin the H'wr there ensiled a terrible
her!" If by emitting on unralstakntil
'A-chew'." and everybody In the cn
looked at her. She flUHhed and turned
to look out of the window. She sneezed
three times in succession. Hut there
whs no laughing this time, because
every mnn In the car, and woman, too.
How to Pleaaa Her.
A woman likes to be truly loved and
to be told so.
She likes some noble, honorable man
to be thoughtful of her, kind and con
siderate of ber welfare.
When well and becomingly dressed.
a quiet notice or it is always appre
She likes to be made to realize that
she Is good for something besides a
mere household drudge.
He Is treated for his own welfare in
stead of for the amusement of his
wtmmAm loll W .WtmLly. ,
Lananaga of tha V.jtm.
Gray eyes which turn green with
anger or excitement show that their
possessor has a choleric temperament.
The white of the eyes showing be
neath the Iris denotes cool deliberation,
while those in which the upper lip
passes horizontally across) the pupil
tell of decided mental ability.
Eyes with long, sharp corners Indi
cate the possession of great discern
ment and penetration.
A melancholy temperament and blue
eyes are a conjunction scarcely ever to
be met with.
Hrown eyes are said to lie the strong
est, though, again, those very pale blue
eyes are the ones having mesmeric
Never trust a person who looks at
you out of the sides of his eyes. Of
11 w Mi
rtlss Rose Peterson
tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Chi
She likes to be petted occasionally,
but not In public. The little private ,.ourHOi hnbltuully Is hero nieunt, and
pet names are very dear to a woman s ot 0.. )n a w,e.
A word of praise for a nice dinner or
supper often more than compensates
her for the worry ami work of prep-
for that matter, was doubled over In la nit Ion.
Upturned eyes are typical of devo
tion, and wide-open orbs tell us that
their owner Is of a rash disposition,
Perhaps the most beautiful color for
eyes Is violet, a tint seen fulrly often
a paroxysm of sneezing.
that almost before he was aware of the at niggle. Each man put forth his beat
fact the old building loomed up before LfTrt, and. had the detective been fully
him. well, he would have had but little dilh-
To the surprise of the Captain he saw coity In mastering the other, for he wat
lights in two different parts of the mill; , ,,1Bo of wonderful physique, but the re-
.. , t .. .i,A
one on me lower h't inenc ;
place where the body had been coiirenled,
the other higher np in a sort of loft, for
merly oed by the miller for some pur
pose. The flrft he roiild ronipn-hend, for he
remctnliered hearing that an old w.imnu
cent cowardly blow received from this
s-'lf same mnn bad weakened his frame
considerably, so thst be bad all he could
d't to equal the fierce endeavor made by
Captain Grant to overcome him.
They managed In s'ltne nnaci-oiintahle
manner to gain their feet. and. like a
Curie of IHOt and 1014.
had been known lo Inhabit the wing of , couple or gtnins. swaye-i in ana iro. as
the mill for some years pn.t. but what (If tliey were two reel bending in the
the other meant he bad not the remotest . breese.
All at once they went to the (bor with
a great cruU, and such aa the force of
their fall that they were separated, earli
being hnrlnl in an npwsile direction.
When Captain Grant managed in 3 :i ! n
Then a sudden fear aailed hi heart
what If the rvi.h u. e of his crime had al
ready leetl diamvered?
W'iisteviT lay In ''is past, this man was
not a coward
. . . . . , . . 1. r . . 1 1 1.
rom-ellicd. bill litis iue ri nine
a-iul had U-cn stained with sr-iiul tnitr
di.r ami he itilered with horror at the
. ..1.. . .
Ihouatit of the il Hiin awaiting him aimni i i'ie man UMere.i a cry 1 1.1 01 ii'.rror. iio,
his crime In- detected and brought bun ;. ringing forward, attempted to open it,
! 1,1,1,, I but the d H.r remained fst. Th spring
S.h.m the reaction rame, and with It a k had caught, and he himself had re-
J.....,......,l,.n 1,1 ilimli 1111 a ill (iv alio it ' united the kV to the ollNi'lc, tlill teal-
imi far a brute courage s .his knees, it was only to Hear a aluirp
, . . . , 1 u .1... ., , . .
I snap. 1 lie ooor USO, iihui-u 117 nie im
i leliee of their sctloua, slammed abut.
Hi nieinU riiig that It wa a apring lo' s.
Eveu the gunrd on the platform be her supporter, but her companion,
ii,..i in the chorus that came from reniemlK-rlng mat It is me aimi worn
,.ierr eat Twenty men "a-cliewed, that often brings her greater hnpplness
...,.iw.-l- nt the same time. Mian a new set of dishes, though pres
"Wonder what's the matter?" said the ents like the latter are always wel
i.ei tniin come
-IViqier," replied a man who said
he was In the spice business.
'Hut bow'd It get hi the car?" per
slated the portly man.
Caine In through the windows," said
the sulce man. "on see, we nave jusi
paxHi-d through the spice district. I
HiipiKise the rer Is sweeping out the
place whr he bad been packing p p
mt for shipment, and a lot of the dust
...I.... .nr nf the windows Slid wu
blown Into the cnr. Every trnln com
Ing up the line for the n-xt half hour
will bold a lot of sneezer.
-Well n-t hew! It's a blooming out
rage," said, or rather sneezed, the pi.rt-
lv tun 11.
That's What It Is a-chew!" assented
the spb e man. New York World.
She wants her husband not only to the ry,,, of youn(t children and kit
tens, but seldom preserved In mature
years, though Irlslh people have more
than their share of this especial beauty,
ras itccupirj Ihe strong rooiu of the dead
This wsa easily done, for S tree grew
rtose beside the biiil litig. and all that wa
nmry for blm to do s to draw Liin--f
np sniolig the branrhe nf thla until
ba came on a boa with Ihe little window
from alienee the light proceeded. No
a-Kiner did this Idea enter hi hed thao
be lissirned lo put It Into necution.
To rllmb Ih irra was an ey lsk. and
In a very few minute hi head wa on
a level with the window. When hi eye
fell upon tha occupant of tha little chain
ber his form aermed to tnra Into he, 'irh
wa Ilia cold wava Ihst sho Ihrongh bl
frsme. and frton bl ll. trembling wUh a
udden fesr, Ihera fell Iht wotdi
"II I bl eiiiflir
lis wa lading p" Ma ll vidltn-th
Itussisn dctertwe. hown heart hi taur
detoua ktiif bad aonghl.
ing hi own doom, a it appeared.
When the full iornciune of their fl
ail ion broke upon him. Captain Grant tit
lercd a low cry of horror, for hi soul
wa overwhelmed by the magnitude nf
the doom he bad thus running! brought
Hearing an exclamation of triumph
from his enemy and recent adversary, he
turned. The candle still burned feat.iy
cloaa at hi hsnd. snd he could see the d"
lectire half crouching on the floor, while
a pistol wa In hi hand.
Captain Grant waa eqosi in me err.
Ion. however, for with 00 blow of bis
band be burled the candle to the runner
and of the little compartment, reusing
dark ma to enue of inch denaeaeta that
neither could ea the Other.
-Hold, man!" cried the Captain, hoars.
y; "f what u are boatllitiea now? We
re bound te die together ber like rats
l a bole."
"Wbst nest yea, rpentr csne from
hurricane blowcd my
-tv 7iil n 1 l
"An Ihe earthquake swallowed my
"Hut. thank heaven, there waa a
mortfngn on l!li f 'em. an' that's
li.n awstlcred. too!" Atlanta Consti
He Waa Las.
Mrs. White Shiu! Ah wish yo' was
lak dat Mont IVIee.
Mr. White How am dst?
Mrs. White Had plenty ob dust en
History repeats Itself In fashion as
In fst The side curl of l'l are
worn today with a simple gown spry
Ilka lh lea gown of l's years ago.
The curls are stripped of a flower or
At the end of the first year come
Ihe cotton wedding. At two years
comes the pnper. At three the lesiber.
At the cloaa of Ave cornea the winslen.
At the seventh anniversary tha friends
sasemhla t the woolen. At ten comes
the tin. At twelve yesrs the silken and
fine linen. At fifteen the crystal wed
ding. At twenty the friends gather
with the chin. At twenty five the
msrrlod couple that have len true to
Married Woman Wace Karnar.
I consider the wage earning woman
of to-day, even though she be married,
a far happier Individual than the av
ersge hoiiiemaker, whose duties are
limited to tho care of her bouse and
There are many women In the work
today who are forcing themselves to
follow the vocation of housekeeping
when they have no talent for It. These
women are n.nklng themselves wretch
ed snd their husbands and children
miserable by their enforced pursuit o
a profession that Is utterly dlstasteft
to them. Wbni s womnn bus a bent for
Mime profession thst makes housekeep
ing Imposallile, she should follow that
bent ami b-t some one cImi cure for the
It Is no more Just for a woman to le
compelled to do housework when her
brain chooses snothcr calling thsn It
Is for a man to be made to follow a
vocation that does nt appeal to him
Ir. llhoda Pike Harstow.
young girls who have pains and
sickness peculiar to their sex. to
use Lydia E. rmkliam's Vege
How many beautiful young girls de
velop into worn, listless and boneless)
women, simply because suClcient atten
tion has Dot been paid to their phyalcal
development. No woman Is exempt
from physical weakness and perlodla
pain, and young girls Just budding Into
womanhood should be carefully guided
physically as weU aa morally. Another
MLs Hannah R. Mershon, Col-
ungawoou, tifn aayat
I thought I would write and tell
you thr.t, by following' your kind ad
vice, I feel like a new person. I waa
always thin and delicate, and oo weak
that I could hardly do anything. Men
struation was irregular.
" 1 tried a bottle of your CiTCtauM
Compound and began to feel better
right away. I continued lta use, and
am now well and strong, and men
atruate regularly. I cannot say enough
xor wnai your medicine did lor me."
$1000 trftH If artffiM a0 Me' araf
faalMMN eaaaet e aroeweeel.
Lydia K. I'inkham' Vegetable
Compound will cure any woman
in tne land who suffer from
womb troubles. Inflammation 01
tho ovaries, and kldne troubles-
Ayer's Pills arc good liver
pills. You Know that. The b;st
family laxative you can hiy.
They keep the bowels regular,
cure constipation. L.-.ri.:
Want your moustache or tard
a beautiful brown or rich block' Use
I at,! too weak to face the world alone,
Hut you alisll luske me strong!
Your strength for all my weakness shall
Your right for all my wrong!
Yeur tender faith hall urge me to a
More biiih than I hsve found;
Your voice, your eyes snd your beloved
Khali lift me from tha ground!
The I anal Thing.
I shot sn arrow Into the air;
H fell to earth I knew not where I their tows for quarter of s century
t'ntll a rielghlx.r set up howl I are rewarded with silver gift. From
lice a use I'd killed a favorltt fowl. j prlo4 forward tha tokens of es-
Y, In your frailty I my hop shall
Mr courass for all strife;
Your lowest word shall bush Ids world's
Your love be sll of life!
Woman's Ilea Companion,
lS'THfc MAN WHO WEARS
v vv a remji&iion ewnaino over
A vlAty-ix yfrs ord our
V J OU6.r&rt. jre pace, or
V .yMf ..klK..ri.lL.
I lTrvr art n lirutlons.
A. TOWER n th buttons.
JlxV" OM iALtiTSYWHtfi t
TOWIi CANADIAN COLe TOBONTO. CAR
Arfa sHiTa ? 1 1 Ul 1 1.
eel f- Sr.ai "i- U S-sj
In lima. Sirf'T "'" f! f .
rerbaps the naa la the tree mt Btve,