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KLAMATH FALLS REPUBLICAN
KLAMATH FALLS ... OREGON
(Irren* and Gaynor were tbe orig
inal gold dust twins.
ere have given him *1,500 to pay off tb«
mortgage on bls borne, and have set
aside *3.«W for the «slnratton of hit
boy. And tbe best feature of this In
cident Is that tbe hero of It does not
think that he did anything worthy ot
Ths ship’s bell struck seven. Now or
never wss tbs tlius. 8hs setae* ths mo-
msnt. <lr«w from hsr pocket ths lamia
num bottle and. passing her baud over
hla ahouIJsr, pours-1 half It« COlltVUta
Into ths glass.
"Coma, finish that and be quiet, '*
I’ll go away," «ha said.
Ha balauced himself on his heels b>r
a moment, and. holding by th* moldlug
of ths cabin, stared at bar with a fatu-
ona «mil* of drunken admiration, then
looked at the glass lu his band, hic
coughed with much solemnity
aud, as though struck with a sudden
sens* of duty unfultlllrd. swallowed the
contents nt a gulp. The effect was al
We nil know what a bother It la to
He dropped the
tumbler, lurched toward the woman at have to leave pressing work to empty
the door, and then making a h.-ilf turu the ash homs-r, ami bow hard It la to
to accordanc* with the motion of the lift the ash«*« out. It producse conoid
vessel, fell into hie bunk, and suored arable vexation, too, when the wife
like a grampus,
wants the hopper emptied and filled,
Sarah Purfoy watched him for a few
and husband think« he hasn't time to
minutes, aud then having blow* out th*
light. st*pp*d out of th* cabin, aud eloe- do It If wife lias It to empty, aa
*-l th* door behind her The dusky gloom many do, why not make one that aha
which had held th* deck on th* previous can empty In a few lulnutea, without
night *nv*loped all forward of th* main any lifting? Here Is the plsu of ours,
A lantern swung In th* forecaa- which bolds about three barrels The
tie. and «way*d with th* motion of III* cut explalna Itself.
Ibe up|>er eud la
ship. Th* light at th* prison door threw made separate, board« fastened togeth
a glow through th* op*n hatch, and In
th* cuddy st her right hand the usual er by menus of dent«, and seta Inside
row of oil lamps horned,
mechanically f--r Vickers, who was ordl
narlly there at that hour, but the cuddy
So much the better, ahe
thought, aa ah* drew her -lark cloak
around her and paaaed Frere'a d«»or. Aa
ahe did so. a atrange pain »hot through
her temples, and her knee« trembte-l.
With a etroiig effort ahe dispelled th*
dlMlnesa that had almost overimwered
h*r. and held herself erect.
never do to break down now.
She seemed to be IlMeiilng for scine-
thing, Iler nervous system was wound
up to the highest pitch of excitement.
The aufeeoa of the plot depended on th*
next live minute*. At that Instant the
report of a muaket shot broke th* al
lene*. Th* mutiny had begun!
Th* sound awAk* th* soldier to a or on top of aides, and top cleat ex
sene* of hie duty.
He sprang to hie tends beyond Inner edges of ¡»ata. am!
feet, mad* for th* door.
The moment by raising up with lever comes through
for which the convict's accomplice had notches In ¡»ats. thus taking whole emi
wait*-! approached. Rhe clung to him
with all her weight. Suddenly th* rich out of hopper. We use a hollow tree
crimson died away from h*r lip*, leaving for trough, am! If desired the whole
them an ashen gray color.
Her eyea can l>e roofed over, and made to Isst
closed In agony; loosing her hold of him, almost a lifetime. C E. I'lsaa.
ahe ataggered to her fret, preaaed h»r
hands upon her bosom, and uttered a
sharp cry of pain.
The Massachusetts experlmeut eta
Th* fever which had been on her for tlou kotit track of tbe o-st of fowl ret
two day*, and which, by a strong exer eu by throw farm horaea for five yearn.
cise of will, she had struggled again,
The feed enmilatcti of hay, corn, onta
encouraged by th* violent excitement of
th* occasion, had attacked her at thia aud otlu-r common fcv-llng stuff«. Tito
supreme moment. Iteathly psi* and sick, cost of (he ration averuged from IbLj
to 24% cents ¡«-r head dally. At the
she reeled to the aid* of th* cabin.
There was another shot, and a violent Oklahoma atatlou Kaffir corn was used
clashing of arms, and Frer*. leaving quite extensively,
With Kaffir corn
th* miserabi* woman to her fate, leaped aud ordinary corn at 2o cents a bushel.
out on to th* deck.
oats 25 cents, bran 25 emits per BS>
(To be continued.)
pounds, tlw aternge coat of u work
horae a dally ration was 17 cent*. If
WALKING COMING IN VOGUE
all horse owui-re understood how g-*od
Kegltsb II «bit of l*ede«irlonl«m la oats are tor horse feed there would
Tskls* Hold In Amerlea.
1st l-ettcr borees’ln the country. Corn
Americana are just Ix-gltinlng
la almost unlit for the bar-l worked
learn, what tbe English ¡>«>¡>1« havo horse If you feed oats the horses may
known for a century, that the most not look quite so fat. but ttwy will bo
independent ami Interesting outing in better condition. They will have
consists of a walking trip. Our bur- j more life and feel more like working,
rletl, restless national spirit pula usj and It la a settlexl fact that they will
out of sympathy with so slow a tneili- do more work during the reason by a
od of seeing the world. The latest ex great deal, enough more that It will pay
press train la popular, not tiecause It well to f<-e<l on oats Farm llutua.
goe* through Interesting country, but
Ware* Tr—wsS for lln|.
because It arrives nt the destination
A cvrresi-oudeiit of Practical Farmer
a few minute* or hour* ahead of Ite
rival, Short cute are our national am- snya: 1 am herdsman at tbe Oklatio-
bftlon. The quickest nietluHl of arrie* ma Agricultural College, and have used
Ing at a result Is the method which In* tbe following for more than a year to
stantly appeals to our temperament water hogs ami sheep. Take a good
But we are wrong. And It does not barrel, paint It heavily with tar oi
require a Ilusklu to convince us of our lead, Bore a S Inch bole In aide of
barrel 5 I uc I m - s from taltioin ami a 1-
Ruskin said the Joy of travel Is In Inch bole In top; then make a box 2
Inverse ratio to Its s|>ee«1, and expert- feet square and (1 Inches -leep; put bar-
enced railroad travelers ar« In sym- rrl in box. put s plug In lower bole and
pathy with hla dictum. The railroad i fill barrel with water by pouring In
has the bad habit of sneaking Into n top. Make an str tight plug, -'oat ts>th
town or city by the most uninterest etuis with tar, drive In top bole tight,
Back alleyways, tunnels remove lower plug and box will fill to
What a factor the farmer Is In en
ricking tita country I lew think ot
this and those wbo do so «yiii¡Mitlil*»
Tbe only dividend some financial In- with the farmer, who, after tbe heat
hurvy. The sentry's ssfs. an«! the h«>w-
etltulloua ever pay la when they fall. and bunlen of the day. has so little to
He sp«*ks truly. Through ths roer Itssr Is but five pa«-es from ths door. A
w____ was hear«! ths rattle of Iron on Iron. rush upon dock. led*, snd she's oure!
H H. Rogers Is showing great to ro As an «xvu|>atl«>n tn the east farming. *•
<«*rd "stood to their arms, sn.l That Is, mlns.
Mlns end my wife's.
bea rance In not ruunlng the court* out la looked uj»n aa unroniuneratlve and l,h*
Mr*. Lionel t'rofton. of Seven Crofte,
',,n terror of th* leveled muskets. There no. Oak*—Sarah I'urfoy, lady's maid
with slight prosisxu of It ever
.„«! then oh!
and nurse—ha! ha! lady's maid sud
anything else. I'rl.v« of f«xs! steadily iqu. wwlkei) ll,im„|,..(e>!. down the prlr nura*."'
Faul Morton likana life lnsurant-e adrance. but the huMbandruan does not [ on. knelt by the bmly of llufue Dawe«.
This last sentence coutslB*! the name-
to salvation. And yet we have bs*u reap of the Increase because tbe «car
“Stand back, my lade!” he said. ’“Fake clua to the labyrinth In which Rufus
taught that salvation's free.
city of tbe product accounts for the him np, two of you. and carry him to Dawes' bewildered Intellects were wan
rising market. In the middle west be the door. The poor fellow won't hurt dering. "Sarah I'urfoy!" Hs remem
Doe* Sir Tboxnaa Upton think that
does better, In the far west the tilling you.” His order« wera obeyed, and the bered now each detail of the coaveraa-
If he made the measurement rules him of tbe fields la satisfactory In Its re «'Id man. waltin< until hie patient had tlon he had a«« etrang««ly overheard, ami
been aafrly received ontaide. raised hie
self he could lift that mug?
turns to the cultivator. To turn to hand to command attention. “I aee you how Imperative it w«a that he should,
without delay, reveal the plot
wbat be baa ncevnqdlabed : In BUM know what I have to tell. The fever
I'rni threaten* to lick Chill.
But the American farmer's crops reached hat broken out. That man hat got It. threatene«l the .ship, liner that ptot waa
to be carrle«! out. he <!l«l not pause to
Chill probably know* that tbe Peru
iu money tlie astonlshlug total of near It le abnurd to suppose that no one elae consider; he wss «•onactoua that he waa
vlan bark la worse thau the bite.
ly five billion dollars. I-ast year It was will be seised. I might catch it myaelf. hanging over the brink of delirium, and
six bllllou four hundred millions of Aou are much crowded down here. I that, unless hs mails himself underato«wl
Trance la becomlng a reai republlc
dollars, an Increase in a twelve month know; but. my lad«. I can’t help that: before his ssnsse utterly des*rte«l him.
I didn’t make the «hip, you know. It ■II was lost.
—ahe can ehwt and Inaugurate a Presi-
of one billion five hundred million dol-
I® • terrible thing, but you mutt keep
deut wltbout a rlot or sveli a red fiag
He attempted to rise, but found that
lar*. How stupendous the« figures or,lw| _
,nd , qnivt
____ and bear It like men. his fever-th rail*«! limbs refuse«! to obey
| are can be gueesed when It la known I You know what the discipline It, and It
I that all tlie gold mined In tbe world •• not In my power to alter It. I ahall ths Impulse of hla will, lie mads an ef
fort to speak, but hla tongue dove to th*
Tbe man wbo fell 300 feet with hla
for tbe last four centuries could not do my best for your comfort, and I look roof of hla mouth, and hl* Jaw* stuck
aeroplane and escaped death la natur
equ*l In value wbat ths earth yield
He could not raise a finger
ally dlapoee<l to regard hl* flight aa a
Holding hie gray head very erect In nor utter a sound. He ckxsed hie eye*
ed up to man In the past two years.
with a terrible algh of despair, am! re
That fariulng Is a good business Is
ttraight down the line, without looklug signed himself to hie fata. At that In
borne out by the fact that our agricul to the right or left.
An Inventor claims to be able to turn
stsnt the dm>r opened. It waa rt o'clock,
tural land* have Increase«! In value
He had «aid Just enough, and he roach« and Pine had roms to have ■ last look
wind Into electricity. What an argu
over thirty-three ¡>ar rent in flv» years. ed the door amidat a chorus of “Bravo!”
st his patients before dluner. It seemed
In tbe far west tbe Increase has been ’True for you. docthar!” and eo on. But that there wa* somebody with him. for
over sixty per cenL but the arras In when he got fairly outside, he breathed • kind, though somewhat pompous voles
tbe middle and extern sections which m<>re freely. He had performed a tick- remarked upon the scantiness of sceom
Meteblnoff explains that tbe natural
bav« atood still of declim'd, lower the liah task, and he knew It.
period of life for man la 120 years, and
Ark at ’em.” growled the Mooch er
"Her* they are," said Pins: "six of
average rate to thirty-three per cent.
from h:s comer, “a-cheerin’ at the n»x>«!” 'em. This fellow"—going to ths aide of
Dr. Wiley explalna why moat men fall
To make Ufa happy tbe tiller of tbe
“Wait a bit.” aald the aeuter Intelli Rex—"ia the worst. If he had not ■
to live half that time.
soil has hl* telephone, bls dally deliv gence of Jemmy Vetch. “Give him time.
constitution like a horse, I don't think he
ery of mall. and. lti many cases, tbe There’ll be three or four more down
could live out the night."
A Camden man convicted of assault
railroad to bring him to town. He la afore night, and then well awF*
‘Three, eighteen, seven, four." mut
la paying his fine on the Installment
a skillful man and brings science to
tered Rex; "dot and carry one. Is that
plan. It Is a wonder that be didn’t
bear to outmansuvar tl>s ;*>•« which
an «x-cupatlon for a gentleman? No. air.
make a kick for trading stamps.
It was late In the afternoon when
____ Gmxl night, my lord, g >od night. Hark!
are ever preying m»n his cultivated
the clock la striking 9; five, six. seven,
field. Then tba National and State
Just look at all tbe show girls be
slumber S .e h*<l been dreaming of the eight! Well, you've had your day, am!
ing married by English lords.
deed «he was about to do. and was flush can't complain."
still some people hare tbe heart to ad lu making his areas yield tt>e greatest •d end feverish, but, mindful of ths
“A dangerous fellow." saye rine. with
possible. Ry their working In harmony consequence« which hung upon ths sue- the light upraised. “A very dangerous
vise girls to adopt a stage career.
the American farmer la far and away ces* or failure of th« enterprise, she fellow. This is th* pise*, you see—a
rallied herself and seconded, with as regular rat hole; hut what can one do?"
So they are to make “Romeo and ahead of tbe European or Asiatic and
calm an air as she could assume, to the
"Come, let ue get on deck." said Vick
Juliet" Into a comic opera. We may gets much more out of tbe grouud per deck.
ero. with a shud.ler of disgust.
yet live to see Miss May Irwin present square foot than ths corresponding toll
The Malabar seemed to be envelope.)
Rufus Dawe* felt the sweet break out
Ophelia to DeWolf Hopper's Hamlet. ers separated from him by the ocean*. In an electric cloud, whose sullen gloom Into beads on his forehead. They ins
It Is pleasant to read how our farm s chanre spark might flash Into a blase
pected nothing. They were going away.
If Boni de Castellane cannot live on ers are doing well and at the same time that should consume her. Ths woman He must warn them. With a violent ef
who held her In her hand« ths two ends fort. In his agony he turned over in the
*40,000 a year tbe deficiency must be
of the chain that would produce this bunk, and thrust out hla hand from the
made up at any sacrifice. It Is of tbe of tbe country.
spark looked down into the barricade. blanket*.
utmost Importance that Boni should
Three men. leaning carelessly •gainst
"Halloo! what'e thlsF' cried
keep on living.
the bulwarks, watched her every motion. bringing the lantern to bear upon It.
'There she is, right enough.” growled "Lie down, my man. Eh?—water, la it?
AN INTELLIGENT CLASS
Tbe report that August Belmont baa
Mr. Gabbett, a« if lu continuation of There, eteady with It now;" and he lift-
Just bought a lake la denied. It prob
a prerioas remark.
“Elsah a « ever, e«l a pannikin to th* blackened, froth-
and looking thia way. too. There, look fringed lips. The cool draught moist
ably started over tbe fact that he has
the figure of ened his parched gullet, and ths ronvlct
been buying largely of Wall street
known statement, expressing his firm Maurice Frere appeared side by aide mads ■ last effort to speak.
belief In tbe ultimate sagacity of the with that of the waiting maid, and the
Sarah Purfoy—to-night—th* prison
Ono correspondent Inform* us that people, be might ¡»erbaps have made it two turned away np the deck together —Mutiny!”
Ths last word, almost shrieked out.
the President has grown suspicious of even stronger If he bad come Into fre
and touched her on the shoulder. Since
China. And we cannot dodge tbe lm- queut contact with the alert and open- their conveniation the previous evening in the sufferer's desperate efforts to ar
ticulate, recall*«! the wandering senses
eyed youngsters of the streets of a he had made up hla mind to be fooled of John Rex.
pression that China has become
great city. At any rate—If we may no longer. The girl waa evidently play
trifle suspicious of Vncle Sam.
"Hush!" he cried. “Is that yon. Jem
judge from a pretty Incident related In ing with him. and he would ahow her my? Sarah's righL Walt till shs gives
Dr. Wiley, the government's chem an English weekly—tbe lady wbo Is that he waa not to be trifled with*
ical expert aays be la almost afraid now to be known as queen Maud of
"He'e raving." said Vickers.
“Well. Mr. Frere.” dropping her hand
I'm* caught the convict by ths shoul
to go to the table. After finding that Norway mlgbt wish to amend tbe last
• nd turning potmi -I with a a mile.
"What do you say. my mau? A
manufactured lamb chop tbe doctor Is sentence of tbe statement to reed. "But
'How well you are loohing to-day! mutiny of the prisoners?"
loaCfied In tbe fear that he will find you can't fool some of the people any Positively lovely. I air. though, wb.it
With his mouth sg«|>e and bls hands
a lomo In the liver.
of the time."
Is the use of playing fast and looae with clinched, Rufus
Dawes. Incapable of
While visiting tn Denmark, after she a fellow this way?”
further speech, mad* a last effort to n«x!
While tbe other Territories are had become 1’rinceea Charles of Den
She cast her eyes down to the deck. assent, but bis head fell upon his breast;
rlamortng for statehood Alaska would mark, sbe Indulged one day In that and a modest flush rose on her cheeks. ths next moment, the flickering light,
S* content to be simply treated with pastime, evidently dear to tbe hearts “I have so much to do.” she said lu a the gloomy prison, the eager face of th*
the full rights of a Territory. She has of royal ladles, of going out shopping half whisper. “There are so many ere* doctor, and the astonished fac* of Vick
upon me, I cannot stir without being era. vanished from before his •training
Seen trying to get an ordinary terri Incognita.
torial delegate In Congress for forty
Walking along the street, accom-
She raised her head as »he «poke, and
panled only by a maid, she was accost to give effect to her word*. looked round
The two discoverers of this ewkward
ed by one of those Innumerable street the deck. Her glance crossed that of
A woman never loses Interest In tbe urchins whose business It Is to retail the young soldier on the forecastle, »nd. secret held a council of war. Vickers
md sbe might have married.
If he “fresh spring flowers, tuppence ha' though th* distance wm too great tor was fo(,at ones calling the guard, and
succeeds sbe prides herself on tbe fact penny a bunch.”
her to distinguish
his features, »he announcing to the prisoners that the and factories are the usual vista seen
guessed who he was—Miles was jealous. plot—whatever It might be—had been
that she could have had him. If be
Tbe big brown eyew and tangled curls
discovered; but Pine, accustomed to con from a railroad train ns It enters some
falls sbe la equally proud of tbe fa-t of tbe small merchant Joined to a pe Frere. smiling with delight at h*r change vict ships, overrulsd this decision.
historic capital. The traveler who ob
of manner, came close to her. and whis
that sbe bad foresight enough to turn
“You don't know these fellows as well tains hla knowledge of the country
culiarly appealing quality In bls "Kind pered in her ear. She affected to start.
lady, buy a bunch,” arrested tbe prin • nd took ths opportunity of exchanging as I do," said he. "In the first place from the railroad train would know
there may be no mutiny at all. The but little of Ita genuine attraction«.
Extracts from tbe Russian govern cess. Bending over to select some flow a signal with the Crow.
"I will walk with you at 8 o'clock,” whole thing is. perhaps, some absurdity As Hawthorne aald. he would Str only
ment organ are published to show bow
of that fellow Dawes—and should we
the reverse of the tajH-atry.
amusingly Ignorant tbe writers for that the following, delivered In a confiden
’They relieve guard at 8,” he said, once put the notion of attacking us Into
In preparation for a walking trip
the prisoners’ heads, there I* no telling
argan are of American affairs. It la
“It’s all right I know yer. But I’ll
maps and dea<-rlptlve guide books
a more serious matter that they are
She tossed her head. “Very well. then, what they might do.”
“But th* man seemed certain,” said should be consult«*«!, so that the walk
attend to your guard: I don’t cars.”
almost as Ignorant of tbe real situa keep It dark. I won't split on yer
“He mentioned my wife's er may know something of the country
Tbe lady smiled, but shook her bead
“Bat. Sarah, consider------ ’’
tion In their own country.
and said nothing.
“As If a women In love ever consid
through which he Is traveling.
“Well,” says Pine, “lo»k hero. Sup United States geographical survey,!
"But I do know yer," said the “dot." ers!" said she. turning upon him a burn
For some years engines bars been
top of lower hole mid remain there
pose w* tell these scoundrels that their
Washington, Issues the most compre
taking water without stopping, and positively. “Yer's th* Princess Maud.
melted a more Icy man than he. She design Is known. Very good. They will hensive and valuable maps to be had until barrel Is empty. The barrel must
mall cars bars been picking mall aacks
ho absolutely air tight Best to place
loved him. then! W’hat a fool hs would profess absolute ignorance, and try agsln
by tlie outdoor enthusiast. They »how i on a floor for hogs.
from poets wltbout so much as a pause. yer!”
be to refuse. The guard could relieve on the next opportunity, when, perhaps,
we may not know anything about It. At every elevation, roads, towns, cabins,
Art and Advtrllala».
Now an appliance for coaling engines
Itself for once without his supervision.
all events, we are completely Ignorant nnd even foot trails, nnd are «old at
wltbout stopping has been Invented.
Pure utilitarianism Is rarely associ
“Very well: at 8, then.”
“Hush!” said she. "Here comes thlt of the nature of the plot and the names the nominal price of 5 cents a sheet,
S0J qxperlrnents with It are aald to ated with artistic advance, yet here Is
of the ringleaders. Let us double the which sheet generally covers about ten culture In coo|>eratlon with the Agri
have been aeUafactory. Tbe next Im a < ase of It* Interference to the distinct stupid captain.”
An-1 as Frere left her she turned, and ■entries, and quietly get the men under square miles The various trolley com-1 cultural College lias Just Inaugurated
provement to eave tbe running time of advantage of art. Th* staring signs
Let Mias Sarah do what «he
with her eyes fixed on the convict ber arms.
panles usually furnish very rcndnble a new educational campaign. I,eetur
trains will be a device for throwing which bare so long offended tbe eye
ricade. dropped the handkerchief she held pleases, and, when ths mutiny breaks
passengers on board and off wltbout on the tope of buildings will ultimately in her hand over the railing. It fell st ouL we will nip It In th* bud. clap all guide books of the country through era are twliig scut to tbe country school
be removed simply for tbe reason of tbs feet of the captain, and with a quick the villains we get in Irons, and ha ad which they go. In the matter of com houses In various parts of the Htate to
public safety. Boards of Are under upward glance that worthy fellow picked them over to ths authorities In Hobart pany, choices are difficult. Th«* small «¡■esk to the children snd parents upon
Public opinion was tbe first great writers object that tlie «tructurea not It up and brought It to her.
Town. I am not a cruel man. sir, but er the party the more aatlsfactory the practical problems of fanning: Usually
Judge. It drove the malefactor from only serve to spread tbe flames, but
“Oh, thank you. Captain Blunt.” said ws have got a cargo of wild beasts outing.
Not even living with folks two lectures are given at each place,
his own people to tbe desert to live greatly binder tbe fireman's work. One she. and her eyes spoke mors than hsr • board, and must be careful."
will be as severe a teat of their com one In the afternoon and one at night.
According to tbs usual efistom on
an exile, with every man’s hand against might well wish that tbe mandate In- tongue.
panionship aa making a walking trip In ninny places 75 to l(x* fanners at
“Did yon take the landannm?” whis board convict ships, the guards relieved
him. Its Judgments are still true and eluded all the encroachments of the
tend the meetings, often going mile*
each other every two hours, and at 0 with them.
righteous. Cunning lawyers may befog sign board, but that la too much to
Personal differences of opinion end over muddy road*. The funds In the
“Some of it.” said she. “I will bring p. m. the guard was removed to the
Wrongdoers may bld behind boix for.
quarter-deck, and the arm* which. In eccentricities of temper come to the hands of the Ixiard are not sufficient to
you back th* bottls."
technicalities. But there are verdicts
Blunt walked aft. humming cheerily, the day time, were disposed on th* top surface with surprising freipiency enable It to send lecturers to every
Man diligently advertised bls wares
of public opinion which are branded even before tb* day of tb* frescoed and aalnted Frere with a slap on tbs of the arm chest, were placed In an arm when one Is traveling alxiut. I hnve schoolhouse, but the enthusiasm with
Into their skin and which they can goat over the Pompstlan dairy. But In back. Ths two msn laughed, each at rack constructed on the quarter-deck for known so small a thing as the loss of which the farmer« receive tl>* Instruc
never erase. Not for all offenses, but those old day* ths desire for custom his own thoughts, but their laughter only that purpose. Trusting nothing to Frer* a too th bril all to nearly disrupt a friend tion lends to the belief that Missouri
—who, indeed, by Pine's advice, was
for certain offenses that la "the great was tempered by a *e*t for art The made the surrounding gloom seem deep
kept In ignoranc* of the whois matter ly group at the end of a thirty-mils Is Is-glnnlng a new era In agricultural
corrective and punitive."
Its value floating Cupid, pictured In front of an
Sarah Purfoy. casting her eyes toward —Vickers ordered all the men. «av* tramp over the Catskill*. Moreover, education.
cannot be easily overestimated. There ancient sandal maker's shop, balancing
at wayside farm
the barricade, observed a change In the those who had been on guard during the accommodations
Good It ar and Tea Yield.
are men In all sections of tbe country one sandal on bls curly head and wav position of the three men. The Crow, day, to be under arms in the barrack, houses are difficult to secure on short
Henry Warden, of Fredericksburg,
wbo are finding tbe verdict of public ing tbe mate In bls chubby band, la a having taken off hla prison cap, held it forbade communication with th* upper notice for a party of any considerable
Md., writes to Honthem Planter that
opinion scarcely lees blighting than the thing of beauty as well as a symbol of at arm's length with ope hand, while deck, and placed as sentry st the bar size.
Four makes an Ideal number, one of Ida fields seeded with New Era
reek door his own servanL an old sol
sentence of a criminal court
trade. The picturesque swinging boards he wiped his brow with the other. Her dier, on whose fidelity he could thor and If a larger group la Interested, di cowpeas produced a ton of hay and
signal had been observed. During all
of some generations past were out this. Rufus Dawes, removed to the hos oughly rely.
He then doubled the vide it Into two parties, arranging the Id 13-100 bushels of peas per acre.
Everyone has beard of tbe youth growths of the display of armorial
pital. was lying flat on bis hack, staring guards, took the keys of the prison him route so that meetings may bo had at Another field seeded with Whippoor
who. having found a large sum of bearing« and heraldic crests, sumptuous at the deck above him, trying to think self from the non-commissioned officer various Interesting places along the
will cowpeas produced 18 tons of hay
money on tbe street and returned It to and plenaing to the eye.
whose duty It was to keep them, and way.
of something he wanted to say.
Thia affords opportunity for and about ten bushels of peas per
tbe rich man wbo lost IL was angry
In days gone by artists of note did
comparison and variety. No walking acre.
because tbe man gave film only a quar not scorn to try a prentice hand on ly lighted. He could but just see ths waa loaded with grape. It was a quar trip should be begun by one who Is
ter of a dollar for bls honesty. Those such signs. The “Mule and Muleteer,”
without some alight training for the
wbo are honest only In b >|>e of reward an early work of Correggio, was orlg th* outlines of three other bertha, ap- station st the main hatchway, determin trip. This training does not need to
If you would keep up the fertility of
parently similar to bls own. II* could ed to watch until morning.
deserve tbe contempt of all decent peo Innlly painted for an Inn. Many a Roy
your farm, never sell any feed. Keep
hear gasps and moans and muttering«
At • quarter past 7 any curious per be severe, but It should be regular,—
ple. There are even heroes wbo hope al Academician has given tbe public a —the signs that his companions yet son looking through the window of Cap Brooklyn Eagle.
enough stock to utilise It all.
for reward. Tbe captain of a small lion or a unicorn. The age of artistic lived.
tain Blunt's cabin would have seen an
To pour drops from a bottle moisten
Not an Kspert.
yawl wbo, with hla crew, rescued the sign painting received Its death blow In
All at once a voles called out: “Of unusual sight. That gallant commander
passengers and crew of a stranded the reign of George II., when such erec course bis bills are worth four hundred was sitting on a chair, and th* hand
“Ask the gentleman over there to
A good way to destroy a bad hahlt
steamship off the New Jersey coast In tions fell under the bead of "street nui pounds; but, my good sir, four hundred some waiting maid of Mrs. Vickers wss hold the stakes.
or practice Is to get something better
His gray hair
pounds to a man In my position is not atanding by his aide.
January was not of that sort
“I did and he said he didn’t know
worth the getting. Why, I've given four was matted all ways about his reddened
anything about handling money, Hue to take Its place.
risked bls life for others, and when
hundred pounds for a smile of my girl face, and he was blinking like an owl In
Too Eiptnaive Co Uao.
It la not liest to let any dealer se
the Ornegle Hero Fund coinmlseloners
a bank examiner. —Cleveland riniti
“I see that apples are again cordially Karsh! Rhe’s a good girl, aa girls go. the sunshine. He had drunk a larger
lect the la-st Ininlta from the flock and
began to make Inquiries about bls ex
recommended as a sure cure for the
leave tbe culls liehind.
ploit, be told them not to mind him,
enoake, Kent— Sevenoeks, Kent—Reven
"Cuc-come, Sarah,” he
Official statistics show that there are
"It’s all very fine, my lass, but you
The woman who gets up a good din
but to take care of bls crew If they
A gleam of light broke in on the dark needn't be so--hie- proud, yon know. 17,000,000 children In Russia between ner la greater than the man who makes
wished to reward anyone; then, If any-
prunes. They are so much cheaper."— ness which wrapped Rufus Dawes' tor I’m a plain sailor—plain s'lor, Srr'h. the ages nl <1 and II receiving nliso
thing was left, and they Instated, they
an after-dinner speech.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
tured brain. The man was John Ilex, Ph'n’as Bub-blunt, commander of the lutely no education.
mlgbt do something for hla little boy.
If the cellar Is dry, cover the carrots
Xa a result of thia convincing proof
An explanation la not much and au
Of 1.200 locomotives In use In Jnpan and other roots wllli a little clean sand.
in’? You lovsh me, and 1—hie—lovsh
ff hi* heroic qualities, tbe sommlaslon apology la Its poor relation.
“Xaa. yea. L’w «owing; don't be lit a I you, Sarah "
They will not wilt so badly.
500 arg American made.
Never trust e horae which has once
run away. There la no rieuae fur let
ting him re¡*eat lite performance.
There le au old notion that a row
will fall In her milk when fed on pump
klne, but there Is no truth In lbs tlw
(lu* speaker at Muntrral during a
ret-eiil ssosloa of the t'ansdlsn tariff
rommlsaluu **I<1 that th* average farm
lu Huntingdon Couuty represent«! an
Investment of *5,000, On such a farm
there would to twelve cows of a total
value of |42ll. Two cows would fatten
two pigs and four calves, The revenue
from the milk and milk products of
twelve rows amounted to about *420 a
year; from the two pigs and four
They would sell two
lieevee at *40 each. From the aale of
horaea, one In two years, apples «ml
•mall stuff, there would la» another
*tlMk The pnxluoe of the farm eaten
annually by a family of six was cstl
mate-! at *!H0; therefore there wn« a
total revenue of *N40 s year. Tu work
such a farm required tbe rervl-ve of
two men and one woman, worth In all
a value of *45(1 and their board at fill
a month. Then there would l>* ex|>endl-
lure for blacfcaiulth'a service, harnea*
and various Items of wear and tear, to
amount to filial
Thus, tlw total ex
pense reached tlw sum of *772. which,
-led u-’ted from n total revenue of fi*4d,
left a balance of (UN Am-tlwr s|-eakrr
gave the l-alam-e atwet of au average
dairy farm, allowing receipts of fil.2<>S
and expemllturea of (.’«kl, leaving fi-ka)
for living, clothing, education, exeur-
Many of tbs semlameu mail potato
eyes put up lu plaster, so that they
will reach planters In g»»sl ahai*. Ths
eyes are taken out of tlie tutors with
a knits made expressly for Unit pur-
laws, which carries a pretty gmal •l«vd
piece of Bis ¡sitato. They are quit»
sure to grow and make a fair crop re
gardless of the small togllinlug Illi«
la a cheap means of getting atarted In
new varieties or of obtaining pure
Stock from solus of the stamlard varle
tine hundred syea. assorted to In
elude a half dossil aorta, may to or
dered t-ar-ked tn one box. Three will
coat stout II, with charge prepaid
Tile cost is hardly worth mentioning
when compared to the advantage of
having eome pure stock of known va
They are not mailed until
danger of fret-sing la ¡mat
Im-h lumtier, that will not twist or
warp. Tbe pleres are securely nailed
at the corners. Wire fencing Is atrvlrh-
ed over Ibe frame ami well staple«!.
Tlx ti uni le la mails of three pieces of
tlw same material aa la uanl In the
frame. Nall them together as Illustra
te<| and cut a uotcli lu the crosspiece
at tbe bottom to m-vlve one of ilio
tongues on the feme frame; tlw oilier
tongue rests In the crotch formed by
the two upright pieces. Farmers' Bul
Th* wealth produ<-tl<>n on farms In
l!a*5 reache«l lbs tilgliret amount ever
attain*«! by ths farmer of this or any
othsr country, "a atiqiendous aggro
gate of results of bratn am! mus-l«
■nd nischln*." amounting lu value to
*(1,413,000,000, an rxcvwa over last year
of *234,000,000. The wealth pr<«luc«l
on farms tn BMifl exc*e«ls that of IWH
by 4 |»r cent, that of 1IMI3 by N per
cent am! that shown by the census fig
ur*s for INUO by 3d per cent. Hhoulil
there 1» no rela|Me from tils pressut
position aa a wealth producer three
years hence the farmer will find that
ths farming element. st»ut 35 (>er rent
of the propitiation, has prnt!nc<><l an
amount of wealth within ten years
equal to one half of tlie entire national
weulth prodtxcad In three centuries.
The care of stock takes pm-edenre
of other kinds of work at thia season.
The animals are now In tlw-lr winter
quarters anil wholly di-ia-ndeut on tbe
owner or caretaker. Their present con
dition and future um-fiilnmw will large
ly correspond with the carefulness and
good Judgment exercised In their favor
during the coming few months. Com
fortable stables. Judicious feeding and
kindly treatment are things that will
IMiy right along. Amcrk-au Cultivator.
llaok to the Farm.
A larger percentage of students of
agriculture are going back to the farm
after graduating than ever liefore. The
reason Is that the Importance of an
agricultural education la la-lng better
understood, and appreciated according
ly. tiooi! farming la paying better thau
It ever did iM-fore, and It la recognized
that more brains are required to mnke
a success of farming than In any other
This disease Is sometimes called
strangles. It usually caum-s an alMcrss
to form In the nelghtorhood of the
throat or root of the tongue and when
this discharges the horse soon gels let
ter. A hot poultice should lie applied
to the throat and changed twice n day
nntll the swelling bursts or dlan|q>enra.
Give soft feed, do not work the hors*
and give twice dally a teaa|K>onful of
powdered chlorate of ¡sitaah.
Ilog raising has declined so much In
some sections that farmers are reduced
to the purchase of the coarse and
chemically treated ham* sold In the
These are far Inferior to
farm raised, corn and milk fsd hog*
of the smaller breeds with th* hams
cured In the old fashioned manner. A
plan still practised Is to hang the hams
In a barrel which connects by a con
duit with a great hole In which nr*
burned large quantities of cob*. Tl>$
col>* make a very clean, wholesome
smoke and there la no danger of fire, ns
in tbs us* of tb* ordinary smokehouse-