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i. MINISTER TO ENGLAND
but in tbs
JOHN POOLE. PORTLAND, ORB.
F««» <•( Morrira«* Birra».
open the Indiiina had an ,u,VRnt*1’.
fuglin'«, w indn.ill«, I'umM and it«n».
from behind the rocks and fences and
. • u« I*'-*"* l’io'"«
tho cowlioya returned with aomo ha*
It was then that tho Lord of Tho
Desert decided to send for re'l* r
General Crook had recently arrived
By PAUL de LANEY.
nt old Fort Warner and. expect ng
that the Intllnns would guard ' •
trail toward this point. Martin l.yl*
know but one num that he could trxiHt
! to reach the Fort, and that «as « h
there Is nothing out of the ordinary Ham llnnunersley. lie culled for »
All serious lung
about it. The novels 1 used to read ¡volunteer to carry a message to tn*
The Trapper's Story.
troubles begin with a
led me to believe that there was ro ¡trapper and Motzker. anxious to re
“Tell us, Mr. Hammersley. about mance about everything in the west turn to tho trapper'» abode
tickling in the throat.
yourself,” said Bertha, the night of but it is all alike to me. The daily quick to volunteer a id wiis more
the trapper's return after supper was attention to the traps, the curing of quickly »elected to carry the m la
You can stop this at first
over and the evening «'«■ before furs, the passing band of Indians, all slve. He had »Upped thnnmh the
a single nigh* with
them. “Father," she continued, "has —except the unfortunate events con enemy's
1..... . and
x'livaiij o lines
told me very much about you. but lie nected with yourself and your father made hls way to tho trappers quar-
Ayer's Cherry Peetor«l-
tors bringing tho trapper a request
only knows your late life. We are un are common place to me."
Before the conversation was re from tho Lord of The Desert to go <«
Use it also for bronchitis,
der so many obligations to you that 1
—we feel interested in your early his newed there was a pounding on tho the government fort for aid at once
tory. your childhood, your birthplace, outer door of the sttucture. for it was and promising him a liberal reward
your father and mother, your brothers getting on toward midnight and the for hls trouble.
and for coughs of all kinds.
and sisters—everything about you, door had been closed.
The trapper rose and closing all ev
(To bo Contili usd.)
“You ask something that I know hut idence of a room behind him wended
little about, myself," replied the trap his way to the place of alarm.
per. “I have been on these plains so
One Tell» llow Hecklea* He Wo. with
long that the past all seems like a
liiw Weapon* ut First«
dream. In fact, it is so much like a
dream that I sometimes get it con
"Experience la certainly u good teach
Oscar Metzger, one of the surviv er." observed a member of the W ash
founded with my dreams and scarcely
know which is real and which ■
ington police force while discussing
Not a» Consldsrats a» Ite Might He.
been trusted with returning to the
the order of Maj. Sylvester concern-
a good friend of yours, i»n '
“I was born in New York City, At
least, when I first recollect, wo was found at the door when the trap Ing the establishment of a school of ho?”
were living in Boston, and my per responded that night. He hail Instruction. ''Some Instruction to new
"Oh, only medium.
mother told me that I was born ridden the Journey in great haste and appointees," he added, "1« absolutely
“What do you me. n by nuslium
necessary, and with the proper start
fu New York, and that we had
"Oh, he liftens while I teli bim al
IN THE WORLD
lived in Chicago.
My step-father manded it.
experience will do the rest.
of my troubles, but li» «'*'
was a big coarse fellow, a ship
"I remember my first tour of duty, to listen wliils hs toll» nie «II ol hi«.
carpenter. and as soon as I was large
which was many years ago, and I also
enough to be In the way he was very rounded the place and would accept remember that it not only came near
cruel to me. It seems that he and
my mother were married when I was through an occasional gift by the helug my last, but came hear result
only two years old. and that my father Lord of The Desert to the old chief ing disastrously for me. Having been
For Infants nnd Children.
had died when I was only one year that he had kept on peaceful terms sworn In and sent out to do police duty
old. I do not even know his name. with him so long for the old chief without being Instructed as to my
It is unfortunate, too, but I was so had always considered the ’’White rights, I started over the beat to which
MAP* M MACAMVtuXW ,
young and knew not the importance Grizzly,” as he called him. a menace I was assigned armed with all the
of having my own name, so I took the to the Indian's welfare nnd an en- dangerous weapons usually carried l>y
E. Johnson is the son of the late Reverdy Johnson, who was i name of my step-father, though I croacher upon hls rights; besides
Oh 5ALC WfRTWRUt
senator from Maryland, also attorney general under President ; bear the given name of my father, this, the horses and cattle of the police meu.
lie Had It.
"These weapons wore not Intended
United States Minister to England, and who was regarded as the i This much I learned, but I do not re Lord of The Desert had always been
SHOWIN»' *ULL UNfi affi
X- 4ARMENTJ AND HATA
Ctutional lawyer that ever lived.
“Anyway, my mother died when I was late improved guns and revolvers I had a right to use them under any advice is cheap and within tho reach of
A J TOWCB CO IQSTON.MÀM. «’
',R R jjletter from 1006 F Street, N. W., Mr. Johnson says:
still a mere child and then I was sent about the place had more than once and all circumstances 1 did uot doubt. every person."
C’e should longer suffer from Catarrh when Peruna is ; to a sort of orphanage or place for almost gotten the better of the chief’s Should I want to make an arrest for
"What doe* he mean, anyhow? .
poor, and as soon as I got old good intentions; and now that he had any violation of the law and was un
"What he say», I »uppose. Ilo'* a
To my knowledge it has caused relief to so many of , i the
enough to leave the place I did so, caught Dan Follett, the Lord of The able to overtake the offender 1 was coiu.dentlal divorce lawyer."
i and acquaintances, that it is humanity to commend its 1 and drifted into the streets—was a Desert’s right hand man and hench
street arab for several years man, In the act of making away with satisfied that I hnJ the right to stop
persons suffering with this distressing disorder ot the common
—sold papers, shined shoes and did his horses, and then trailed him back him with n bullet.
The lieggar had a notion up, "Deaf
“During the evening," the policeman
item,"—Louis E. Johnson.
such things as that class of boys dJ to the Stone House, he took It for
until I was fifteen years old. In the granted that it was a ruse on the continued, according to the Washing sn<! Dumb,” and the passing philan
Peruna. This remedy Strikes at once meantime I had been reading cheap part of the “White Grizzly” to rob ton Star, “I came across a party of thropist »topped in front of him.
If TO. M.r, I. rraata*. lira'*». ...or.»*M a< «M
capable of changingall the to the roots of catarrh by restoring to novels—I had picked up a smattering him. and considered all obligations of crap shooters on the commons. and
"I’d like to give this man *ome co.«.. ue«n »»<t i- »*>U » ">re. Is is»«l*«r>tJ
scretions of the body into the capillary vesselstheir healthy elas education at the orphanage, and kept amity between them closed.
rU .<u>l i,hr.
'-* I’lll »*»•»’" ‘« 'l«<*f.*u**«
It was the blow that he had long that I thought was an opportunity to
. u.r'.i .
.t .u .i
J MtAas «as
ds, Which destroy and in ticity.
Peruna is not a temporary up reading. My soul was fired to go
to strike and he had come distinguish myself. Being unable to "but how am I to know he is deal ami DVW ria clear auU clMtt U LaAR
part they come in contact palliative, but a radical cure. Send west and kill Indians, and be a hunt desired
fully prepared to strike it.
overtake those who had participat’d dumb? ’
pplications to the places for Dr. Hartman’s latest book, sent er and trapper and do such other
After the capture of Follett the in the game I proceeded to »end bullets
“Read the notice," whispered th*
catarrh can do little good tree for a short time.
chief had pursued the Warm Springs toward them, and only gave up my beggar cautiouily.—Cbonm.
othe or quiet disagreeable Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co., Co
“Well, one day I met Leonidas Lig Indians until he had killed or cap efforts when I bad emptied my pistol.
Hence it is that gargles, lumbus, Ohio.
a majority of them and retaken
The lient way to cure indige»tion is to
gett. an Englishman, who said he had tured
So far as I was concerned the affair
lomizers and inhalants only
If jou do not derive prompt and sat known my mother and father and all of his horses and several more be was fun for me. but I nearly dropped remove ita cauta. This is Ix-wt don**
r^uporaty relief. So long as isfactory results from the use of Peru took a great interest in me on that ac sides. and then returned to his camp
by the prompt u-e of Dr. August
ng secretions of catarrh con- na, write at cnee to Dr. Hartman, giv count. He said that he was going to at the foot of Ash Butte. In the dead when a friend Informed me that Koenig's Hamburg Drop«, which regu
be formed sc long will the ing a full statement of your case, and join an immigrant train to cross the
Warm Springs warriors the con sentence bad one of tho bullets from late the stomach in an effectual man
'S continue to be inflamed, he will be pleased to give you his valu plains and asked me If I did not want the
that Follett had come to the my pistol taken effect
pfcaaant PaU'at 1«. P o C mdi
to come. It was the thing I most de Warm Springs
what treatment is used.
able advice gratis.
camp and persuaded
<OT«rMlck»n WvaRan <>t Grip*. MM*.
“During the succeeding twenty years
is but one remedy that has
• and t> »‘KUt
Address Dr. Hartman, President of sired, and I had no preparations to them to embark In the enterprise
im II m
“Do you enjoy walking?"
.ble effect, and that remedy is ‘ the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
against the Piutes. The old chief
the world on my back.
suspected this, but he wished to as discharge my revolver. Experience
“We joined the immigrant train early sure his warriors of the fact to make proved n good teacher for me. although
"Good. Then I'll take yon for a
In the spring and I worked my way by them the more sanguine In the at proper Instruction at the time of my
Price ot Victoria Cross.
ride in the country in my automobile."
driving stock, helping about camp and tack upon the Stone House.
appointment would have avoided the
-A scientist says that, in pro
Forty-seven pounds waspaid recently doing whatever fell to my lot. We had
On the night of their arrival at Ash iKBisllillltv of mv being sent to prlsou."
Piao’* Cure i< a good couch medicine.
to its size of body, the moe- in London for a Victorian cross won by many adventures, were attacked by
It ha* cured Cenghs and cold* fur forty
s a better developed brain than Gunner T. Arthur, R. A., at Sebastopol the Indians, some of the Immigrants Butte a strong guard had been
Ueat < «»ugh Myrui». 'I ka I sni <**»«!. (Mi
year*. At druggists, 25 cent*.
over Follett, but a stronger guard
took sick and died, and the teams had been placed about the horses, SUCCEEDS HIS FATHER AS
tim«- M«ml bv dfuKRt—a,
Well, I don’t doubt it.
gave out. provisions run short. In fact, which were also carefully corraled
No (live Away.
we had the usual mishaps of a trip that night. Both guards were in-
'eBent size, the mosquito is al-
Father — No, Johnnie, you can'I
big a bore as some men I know.
Perhaps you have been in the habit across this long stretch of uninhabit structed to keep a vigflant watch, the
Prince Said All, who visited fxrndon as have another pioi'e ol pie.
Proved by Its lo^t,
of canning yonr own fruit and think
“When we reached the Boise City and the other to see that he did not Zanzibar's representative to the coro
the kind you buy at the store is not
Chnreh—How do you «now your wife
nation, linn been proclaimed sultan, to mamma, honest'—Detroit Fico Frees.
>rs will find Mrs. Vlnalow’s 800th. nearly so good. If that is the case we military post my friend Liggett met secure a horse.
lita got • temper?
Martin Lyle and after a few minutes
ip the best remedy to use tor their
CITC Permanentlr C?ur«a No Rte or ttervouRtx*
want vou to buy of your dealer a can of conversation he got employment with "faked” sleep and the wily French
Gotham—Pecauts >ho lost it today.
1 during the teething period.
Fl IO aitar IIrwt lav • iswofpr K li
¡UwV'Tor. Ban.J for Fit RE S’J.OOtrial I m RU o and ttraL
Monopole peaches or pears or strawber him and came on to the desert. They man crawled away as lightly as a cat.
toe. V b .K.11 K link Ltd. »31 AnbSU EUilad-lpUa. Fa
ries or other frnits.
Only the very seemed to know each other, or some When once in the darkness and alone
Id so you have no swear words in finest and largest fruit is used for this thing of each other, and after thev he looked about to secure a horse but
i brand and it is put up in the heaviest met they were never separated before he saw the forms of Egan’s warriors
ADguage, Mr. Omokura?”
ls>y on a viait to
they left for the plains. Liggett came
>, madams,” the Japanese travel- and sweetest syrup under a beautiful I and bade me good bye and said ho sflhoutted against the horizon when
his grandmother in th« country «a»
her plucking a hen. He looked into
was sorry he could not get me em of an animal. In making his last at
ut, of course, you can think cuss There is no other brand quite «0 _ good. ployment. too. but I did not care to tempt to secure one of the animals,
her face and said: "Do you take of!
hts. I «oppose, can’t you?”—Chi- Ask youi dealer for Monopole and ac I come to the desert then, did not want and when he thought he was about to
their clothes every night, grandma?”
to work on a ranch, and remained be rewarded for his trouble, a war
Bros, packers, Portland, Ore.
bow b thikt
with the Immigrant train under the rior shouted the Indian word for
protection of the military post.
"coyote,” and a
(food for Little Folks.
Waste of Material,
“An old trapper by the name of “whished" in close proximity to him
Wsofftr On« Hundred Dollar. Reward for anv
,'t torture the children with liquid end
oieone! The only rafe, agreeable laxative
eaw of < attarrh that cau uot be cured Lr Hul l
He (chuckling over a job of tea- Mike Hope came into Boise one day Then he saw them sneaking In hls
tile ones is 1 ascarets Candy Cathartic,
kettle mending)—Maria, I bellve with a fine load of furs. He WM direction as if to surround him, and
ruggists, 10c, 26c, 6uc.
u .J' JJ
4 Co -
there was a good mechanic spoiled dressed in furs and was scarred and he made away through the sage
WstheundfrriKned.havatnown f J < h<-n<-r
for th i.a.t l .v.-.r«, and belter, him p. rf.-. i J
I rugged, and told of hls adventures on brush, striking boldly out across the
when I went into the law business.
r«l>if ih .1 i.udnri- tran.aeii. n. an.i nn
His Wife— ______________________
I don't know about that, the desert. I followed him about the desert, guided by the north star.
by tu-ir arm
',uU"’ oU'«»"' us made
,’ife—Be sure and advertise for Fido but you spoiled a good bachelor when post every day to hear him relate his
To add to his discomfort the In
he morning papera.
adventures and when he had finally dians had removed his hat and coat
you got married.
Wkoleaala liriicglita, Toledo,
Text day the wife read as follows in
I sold his furs at a good prfee and and boots that night and he was now
j bought hls supplies, among them be a fugitive on the desert without a
Knew the Effects.
_ ... «
" hole.ala Drug« a:i, Toledo o
‘Lost, a mangy lapdog, with one eye
a number of large bear traps. I
“What has put her in such a ner-
eirectly on tba blmel anil mueoua «urlaerio?
Old Egan had arranged his plans,
him and renuest
no tail. Too fat to walk. An- vous state?”
‘h«"T«tem. Pri<«7',. p r b.-u ,. hold b, ai
, ventured to approach
Hutt Boar Signature of
“I can’t be sure, but I think it’s that he take me along., He sized me and history itself records the fact
to the name of Fido. If returned
Hall'« Family PUla are Ute beat.
ffed, 2 pounds reward.” — Tit-Bits. hearing herself talk.
I the immigrants with whom I had well. Couriers had already been sent
An L'nfalllng Sign.
■IS HT0U5ESS BAID ALI.
crossed the plains that I was what he to other allies of his tribe, while
considered a true blue, he consented. scouts were put on Dan Follett's trail
She—I knew you would propose to
"We left and came to this very to see that he went to the Stone The new sultan Is not yet 20. He was me tonight.
fir« Fat-Slall« Wrspfwe B iliw.
place, and while he had prepared a House.
accompanied to Lo~don by Geti,
These scouts had followed hlm, Ralkos, the English officer who Is In
great deal of the Improvements here.
“I saw the moon over my left shoul
I assisted him In making more. But climbing among the rimrocks hy day command of the <rmy and police In der.”— Life.
1 he had found the secret chamber, and and observing him as he picked I hls Zanzibar. The cro ded Ixmdon streets
It was always guarded as such anti way across the plain, and then fol-
kept prepared as a refuge In case we lowed by night. They had seen hlm am! the rush of life there according to
OOC OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC ;
; were ever attacked by the Indians. visit the trapper's abode, and had fol cable dlspate'-»». dazed the prince, and
' though he always treated them right lowed him on until he entered the he was exceedingly anxious to get
But a good liniment or plaster will often give and often made them presents, ''n Stone House. In the meantime Olu bnck to hls own country. The picture
FOR TORPID LIVER.
Egan had mustered his men and, two Is from a photograph taken In London.
temporary relief because it produces counter account of this course we were ne
irritation or reduces the inflammation and sore« attacked by them, though we often hundred strong, had started for the
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
ness. But no sort of external treatment can hav«
many more allies to Join him there
AN UP-COUNTRY SOLOMON.
FOR u. TWECOMPIEXIOI
any effect whatever upon the disease itself, for path.
*>RN< *N!« MUST
"T ' second summer after I came sooner or later. There were maraud
Rhoumatlam la not a skin dlaoaao, but
M t«rti I Purely TofrlaMo.
ers among the Modocs and Klamaths He Retiilereil a Very Wise und Fxjtili
is due to an over acid condition of the blood, and
piace and traps and he made an that he could count on, and he had
tke deposit of irritating matter or Uric Acid the
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
In a small town in one of the central
other trip to Boise. That Is the last sent for these also.
salts or sediment in the muscles and joints, and I ever saw
The destruction of the power of the counties of New York State lives an
aim. He got Into a
no amount of rubt ug or blistering can dislodge game of cards and then a fight and he Lord of The Desert had long been
these gritty particles or change the acid blood. was killed along with several others contemplated and the time had now old German, who, because of the high
esteem In which he is held In the com
Rheumatism often becomes chronic, and the mus j In the fight. When I finally became come.
cles and joints permanently stiff and uselesr and ! alarmed I made the trip to Boise and I Egan was not slow to look_ after his
To arrive first upon peace. The old gentleman was ones
the nervous system almost wrecked, because so I learned the facts of his death. I also own interests, select
a few of the called upon, says the N'ew York Times,
much time is lost in trying to cure a blood disease
cnolcest ot the "Wntte Grizzly s cat- to decide a most perplexing question.
with outside applications or doctoring the skia.
"Left In this manner there was but tie and horses and make way with
Oi.e of hls fellow citizens owned a
Rheum .ism must be treated
before the arrival of hls allies
thing for me to do. I had learned them
dog which, although not very vicious,
Louisville, My., March 97, ’09.
through t •“ blood, and no remedy
Gentlemen:—I am glad to say that the trapping business and liked
brings such prompt and lasting relief
8. 8. 8. has cured me of Rheumatism. There was money in it. and I return then crush the enemy and divide the by. A neighbor vowed vengeancs. Ills
as ? S. S. It attacks the disease in
About two years ago I suffered from ed and took charge of the place as my
chance came when he was returning
the blood, neutralizes the acids, and
In a short time after my re remaining
Rheumatism In my knees and feet, own.
And he was not slow In action. from a shooting trip, gun In hand. Ths
removes all irritating or poisonous
my ankles swelling so that I could turn I found your father under the
Dan Follett reached the Stone House dog ran out and barked Havugely flt
not put on my shoes. This continued circumstances doubtless that he has
■ubstances from the system.
just after dark or.e night, and the fol him, and he fired nt the animal. A»
for several months, during which already explained to you and since
3. S. S. strengthens and enriches
lowing morning found Old Egan’s
time I was applying liniments and that time I have had no occasion to J
the thin acid blood, and, as it circu
warriors around the entire premises hls aim was bml, the dog escaped, yelp
lates through the body, the corroding,
a safe distance from the loop-holes ing, with nothing more serious than a
but derived no benefit. I was told I have made hls cause my cause and
g awing poisons and acid deposits
of the outer walls, while a detachment wouuded tall.
of 8. 8. S. and tried it. I immedi long to see him revenged against the
The owner of the dog had hls neigh
of his men had driven away select
are dislodged and washed out of the
ately got relief, and continued th* terrible deed of his brother and hls
bands of horses ad cattle.
bor brought before the old justice on a
muscles and joints, and the sufferer
medicine until I was entirely well. companion. Dan Follett.”
The first cowboy to go without the
is happily relieved from the discom
9108 Floyd St.
D. 1. DUANB.
“But did you over meet your friend enclosure that morning received an charge of cruelty to animals, and ths
meml<*n thia papar.
court room wob crowded with the par
forts and misery of Rheumatism.
Liggett, again,” Inquired Bertha.
External remedies are all right so far as they go, but they don t go far
“No, not to talk with him. I only a feathered arrow which was battered tisans of Iroth men. The justice heard
enough, and you can’t depend upon them to do the work of a blood purifier, saw him once, but I do not think he against the wall near hls head. Then the charge, and then the defense that
and those who pin their faith to liniments and plasters as cures are bound recognized me. I stopped at the! he saw the war bonnets of the Flutes the dog was a dnngerous animal and a
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will Stone House once for water and saw protruding above the rocks and boul menace to the nelghboi hood. The old
be nursing a case of Rheumatism the him there. I do not think he would ders In every direction and rushed German cleared hls throat antj <j,.||ver.
know me now,” said the trapper.
back into the enclosure, followed by ed the dictum:
greater part of their lives.
mltV, HTV’ ol "**
“But you say he seemed to know a shower of arrows, and gave the
S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy,
ll«(.lh ’n 7 u "l"'K,"rl",< ,he''1'1
I “Der man-he has been guilty Of cru
does not contain any Potash or mineral my uncle?" replied Bertha.
I)....... i h R,. ry ior
“No, I did not mean that,” said the j There were about 50 of the Inmates city to animals.” And one side of the
i ' ai . n '. ias
of any kind, and can be taken with trapper.
“They appeared to know all told and all owned revolvers, but court room applauded the jUidct of
safety by old and young.
something In common, or to un there were not more than half that the decision.
Mm.l'n .i. .
us about their case will receive valuable derstand one another In some way. number of rifles. They were well
“But der tog he van a vlelou« toe "
from our physicians, for which no charge is made, But that 1» also like a dream and I prepared for defense against an or
n Rheumatism, which is the result of may have been mistaken.”
I (111 fine der man five tollar/" An-
dinary Indian attack, but it was not
Hun.Uy, (r<„„ 9 t0 |.J;" «'«iilu»« till v
I* -'nntaine in ■
fter a few moments of silence
the thought safe to go into the open other murmur In the court room
the odds that appeared be-
“But I vlll g|f him auoder ,l10t at
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^eruna to All Catarrh Sufferers
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< rib «
LORD OF THE DESERT
Ä'aFK z'r ¿írii’.SJ
The Kind You Have Always Bought
U midii ®
XEEPYOUR BLOOD CLEAR
Little Liver Pills.
CANNOT BE RUBBED OUT
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