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th® fever, though this br**e
»1, and a Representative In Congresa,
vv ill h®|p t»> blow It out of US. Bin
25, t'onstltueu. les an* seldom tempted
to encroach ui«m these limit*, nltli ugh
"What »!•» you mean?" naked Fr
Inatauocs of electing men who were un
h iNi Ijr, nt h«* heard it «tep appr«»’
der these agre are not uukiiu» u. At
“Whnt ha« Blunt (<» tny about h*r?‘
preseut the j-iungrit Senator la Mr.
“Why, mmi. »h*
KLAMATH F AUS
By MARCUM Cl.AIJKl’
Burkett of Nebra*k:l, who has Just
every tiutn ow th» uhlpt I cnuglit 1
passed hie Sbth birthday ■ the oldest.
Ueruzl tikUkucw M Uw prie* ut col Mr. I'ettu* of Alabama, born In the
Maurice Erere’« chevka gr*w hot
th» time he hit11 thtttere«l himself tl
administration of Monne, will soon
he mum fmtcinittlng tlt^ black eyed ni
A good umbrella moaiui a frequent be kA Tlie oldest menitier of the House.
• «< d«*h*d from hi* hand by * blow the blnvk *ye<| niahl hn*i been twiM
Mr. S|*rry of Connecticut. I* in hla
change of owners.
It waa S o'clock, and the relief guard from a clubbed firelock. »nd h* »*• him ruuml her Anger, nml ptrhit|M 1
7»th year. Illinois ha* an exceptional
tatlng hi* lovemr.king for the grtttiti
number of young men In this Cougrvss, was coming fnun the after deck. The druggist roughly backward. A* he fell tlon of her «oklier lotrer. It wit not
No young man can succeed If be Is
crowd of prisoner* round the door held upon the deck, h* saw the Crow spring
afraid to do a little more than he Ii
their breath to listen.
ent of th* tins* of prisoner* who had plenamtt thought, and yet. etrangw
the Directory, anotiier register* hl* a*
"It's all planned." says Gabbett. in teen. an Inatant before, «trugghng with •My. the idea of Bnrah't treachery d
28. Theodore Roosevelt not only I* tbe a low growl "W en the door hopens w* th«- guard, aud, gaining the cleared apace t»ot make hint dlulike her There i«
Tight gloves on a cold day do somo youngest President, but remained the rush, aud were iu among the guard at th* bottom of th* ladder, hold up hl* eort of love which thrive« under I
thing toward helping a inuu to forgot youngest occupant of tte office till last I afore they know where they are. Pre* hand*, a* though to *li.,-:.l himself from treatment.
Vicker« met them at the door. “I'lv
autumn, wheu he reached the age at 'em back inio th* prison, grab th* harm .« blow. Th* coufuaion had b*come sud
his other troubles
denly (tilled, and upon th* group be Blunt ha« the fever. Mr. Be«t foil
w hleh Grant was inaugurated. William rack, and it’s all over."
"Stan«! from th* door, Mlles." ears fore the t^rrlcad* had fallen that niye- him In hi« cabin groaning. Come «
The ntan who thinks he is a wit Henry Harrison, inauguratisi at tlu Pine'»
voic* outsids, in its usual calm t*riou* silence which had perplex*«! th* look at hint.”
should talk into a phonograph aud nge of GS, waa the oldest President. a events.
The commander of the Mtthtbitr w
inmate* of the prison.
Tbe Supreme Court, the member* of
then be made to listen.
The Crow was relieved. The ton* waa
They were not perplexed for long lying on hi« bunk in the b«twl«t«d cot'
which are rarely young men wheu ap an ordinary one, and Mile* was th* *ol- The two soldier* who, with the aaslat- lion into which men who Bleep in th<
It Is announced that shoes are to coat pointed for life, shows the highest av diet whom Sarab Purfoy haJ brlb*d ■ nee of Pine, had forced to the door of clothe« contrive to got them«elve«. T
more. Hut let us hope on. It may erage of any important tssly connected not to fire. All had gon* well
th* prison, rapidly unbolted a trap door doctor shook him, bent down over hit
The keys clashed and turned, and th* in th* barricade and, at * signal from and then looaened hi« collar. "lie's n
presently be cheaper to rid? than to with the national government. As at
present constituted, that average Is tkl bravret of th* prudant party, who ha.l Vicker*. three men rau the loaded how •Ick. Halloo.'*’ «tty« Pine, smelling
the broken tumbler, “what’« i this? Suu-
years ; and the youngest of the Justice* been turning in hla min.i th* notion of itaer from its sinister shelter, and. train queer.
Laudanum! lie*« b»*u li
risking hla life for a pardon to be won ing th* deadly mutate to a level with
It’s a good wind that blows uo ill. is 56.
Think of the effect of the pure food bill
Himself a farmer, and head of tbe and alarming the guard, checkesl the to Are.
ill «in the manufacturers of dyspepsia
”1 »ee it.” «lapping hl« I thigh *’lt
| farmers' department of the Govern
that woman! She'« drugge«
men round th* d«<«>r draw back a little
1 uieut. It I* natural that Secretary Wil for their rush, ami - -aught a glimpse of from which all “humanity” had vanish meant to do the ««me for
gave hint an Imploring look*
A Chicago man has a scheme for son should sing the praises of agricul th* giant's bristling scalp and barrel
leader*, or I’ll blow you to piece*!"
body elee who would l*e fool enough t
using oyster* for running automobile*, ture aud acclaim Its progress, lie lias guma.
There was no tremor in hl* voice, and let her do It. l>awea wa« right, tit
oyster* should lx able to run them a* good ground for being evithnslasttc. No
"Now!" cries J«'nimy Vetch, as the though he stood, with Pine by hi* (id*,
(other government official, uot even tbe irou plated oak swung back. and. with at th* very mouth of th* l«veled can She'« in It; 1*11
well as lobsters do.
•’What! my wife'« maid?
Secretary o^ Commerce ami Labor, can the guttural snarl of a charging wil«l non. the mutineers perceived, with that •aid Vicker«.
It has been rudely borne In upon give out a document no rosy Lin'd as boar. Gabbett hurled himself out of th* acuteness which imminent danger brings
“It’« no non«en«e. That •»Idler
to the nm*t stolid of brains, that, did w»« «hot—what*« hl« name? 1 Mlles. I>
y ang Mr. Vanderbilt that al! sutomB- i tbe annual re|iort which Mr. Wilson prison.
The re«! lln* of light which glowed for
bile* look alike to tbe arerage citizen ( recently made public. The total value an instant through th* doorway was they hesitate an instant, he would keep —but, however. It doesn’t matter, ll
of an Italian town.
' of 1906’s crop« Is $<!,-415,(W.OOO. being bh'ttc-l out by a mass of figure*. All his word. There was an awful moment all over now.**
of silence, broken only by a «hurrying
“The men will confe«« before morn
| $260.099.901) more than in l'.KM. Tlie th* prison aurg«*d forward, am! before noise in th* prison, as though a family
ing." «ay« Vlckem, “am! we’ll are.” An
Agnes Reppller, who pleads for more ; wealth annually produced by tlie th* eye could wink. five. ten. twenty of
of rats, disturbed at a Hour cask, were be went o(T to hi« wife'« cabin.
color Iq man's dress, cannot bare seen American farmer has Increased 3d per the UK«st desperate were outside. It scampering to the ship's sid* for •h*l-
Hi« wife o|>rned the d-x»r for him
some of the waistcoats now authorized rent in six years. Tbe value of the was as though a sea. breaking against a ter.
She had Iw'en «itting by the child*» tosi
by the haberdashers.
farmer's land, according to Mr. Wil stone wail, had found some breach
th* •Ide. listening to the tiring, and waiting
son. ba* grown proportionately. Me through through which to pour Its hatchway, but tbe guard had already for her husband'« return, without • mur
The fear la beginning to be felt that dium land is now north an average water*. Th* contagion of battle spread. clo*v«l In upon It. an-1 some of the ship’* mur. Kllrt. fribble, and shrew •• «h«
Caution was forgotten, and th.«»* st the
the Panama canal will drag along for of $7.31 per acre more than In 1900.
crew sere peering down upon them. Es was. Julia Vickers had displayed, It
back, seeing Jemmy Vetch raised up on
cases of emergency, that glowing cotir
the next twenty-five years and be as Thia Is easily bellved by ¡wraons fa the cre*t of that human billow which cape was hopeless.
“One minut*!" cried Vickers, confi ago which women of her nature at time
tdg a botch at last as the Chicago post- miliar with conditions In the Middle rearrel its black outline against an In
dent that one second would be enough — ptMiaeia. Though she would yawn eve
West There are many large districts distinct pr--*p«wtlv» of struggling figures. "one minute to go quietly, or----- "
any b<M>k above the level of a gen ter
where the average Increase has been
"Surrender, mates!" shriek««! some tin love story; attempt to fascinate, wlti
The Japanese, says one of their from $15 to $23 per acre. Great Is tbe by rushing furiously forward.
knowu wretch from out of the darkness
Suddeuly a horrible roar like that of of the prison. "I>o you want to b* the ludicrous ««sumption of girlishness, boy»
statesmen, should adopt chairs and de American farmer, and great are bis
young enough to be her sons; shudder at
velop their legs, Well, short legs did broad acre«! One of tbe most Inter
death of us7”
n frog, and scream nt a spider, she coul>
not prevent them from "getting there' esting and significant statements In
Jemmy Vetch feeling, by that curious •ft throughout • quarter of an hour «>(
and from out the lantern glow*«! Into
In the late war.
the report Is tha^one of tbe section« « hich tlie giant had rushrel a flash broke, sympathy which nervous natures p«s- such •u*p*n*e a* *h* had Just under
In which progress has been fastest ts follow rel by a groan, as th* perfidious a**«, that hla comrades wished him to gone with ** much courage as If ah.
In tbe Harlem district of New York the South. Bank deposits there for sentry fell back, shot through the breast • Ct as spokesman, raised his shrill tones bad been the •trongest mlmled «ornai
I* It all
the other night a woman, by simply the first time exceed $1.000,000,000 The mass iu the doorway hung irreso “We surrender." he said. "It's no use that ever denied her **i
starting to play on ber plano, fright The Immigration of Italian* and other lute. aud then, by sheer weight of pres getting our brains blown out.” And, over?*’ she a«ke«l.
raising his hands, he ol>eyed the motion
•'Yes. thank <$od!” aahl VUkers.
ened away two burglars. No home foreigners Into the South and tbe new sure from behind, bunt forward, and of Vickers' finger, and led the way to ing on the tbre«huld. ‘ All is «afe
as It so burst, the henry door crashed ward the barrack.
should be without one.
though we had a narrow eecape,
spirit of enterprise that has developed into Its jamb*, and the boita were shot
"Bring the irons forward there!"
among native Southerners are begin into their place*.
The people of Arizona have a very ning to tell. The huge crops the far
■honied Vickers, hastening from hl* per
The chlbl was lying on the bed. with
ilous paxitlos; and before the last man her fair hair «cattered over the pillow,
poor opluion of New Mexico. but It mer has for several years been rais
simultanre-ns movements which are »0
Isn't likely that their contempt Is any- ing and selling at pax! prices have rapid io exre-ution. *«> trelious to fieivcrlb* had filed past the still smoking match, and her tiny handa moving restlessly to
where near as deep as that which II. made him well-to-do. They have raised in detaiL At one Instant the prison d«s>r the clink of hammers announce«) that the and fro.
"A little better, I think, though •he
II- Rogers has for tbe Supreme Court tbe mortage anti In many cases fur had openrel, at th* n*xt It had closed. Crow had resumed those fetters which
had he*n knocked off his dainty limbs a has beeu talking a g«»od deal.*'
n'sbed the cash to buy the adjoining
mouth previously in the Bay of Biscay.
(Io »e continued »
to the eye* of the convict* was momen In another moment the trap door was
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"eighty" or "hundred and sixty.” They
Tbe Russian government Is planning have replaced tbe oh! buggy with a tary. The period of time that ha ! Blape- el-wed. the howitser rumbled back to Its
a system of life Insurance. Russia new carriage. They have made It ed between th* opening and the abutting clearings, and the prison breathe.I again
Deeds nothing so much as life Insurance possible to tear down the old tana- of the door could hare been marked by
In the meantime, a *een* almost as
HU SOL I lit Y I AMIIY
the musket ahot.
exciting had taken place on the upper
against tbe arbitrary and cruel reac house and put up a new one. with
The report of another »hot. and then deck.
Gabbett. with the blind fury I»♦♦♦♦O»O»*>*t*»♦****♦***,
tionary satraps who have been killing "all modern improvements.
They a noise of confuse-1 cries, mingled with which th* eonscl-.iMn««** of failure brings
people with or without provocation.
have sent the boys and girl* to col tbe clashing of arms. Informed th* Im to such brute-like natures, had seised
••Well. Ann. I didn’t realise how
lege and to tbe university. The Amer prisoned men that the ship ha,! been Frere by the throat, determine«] to put
Mrs. Cralgle (John Oliver Hobbes I,
alarmed. How would It go with their an end to at least one of his enemies tnnuy change.« would come to pnaa In
ican farmer of today has comforts and friends
on deck? Would they auccee«!
when Interviewed In Ixmdon on her re
luxuries which a few years back be in vercomlng ths guards, or would they But deaperate though he was. an«l with n few years." roinnrlced Mrs. (tlffonl.
turn from this country, said: “Ameri
did not dare to hope for. Even the be beaten back? They would soon know; all the advantage of weight ami strength unfnatenlng her Ixinnet st rings and
can women don't have large families.
Isolation of bls life, of which we used and in the hot du*t. straining their eyes upon hi* aide, he found the young lieu casting an alinoet accusing look U|»on
tenant a more fortnidal>>* adversary than her slater, who wna comfortably svnt<*d
• • • America Is tbe paradise of
to hear so much, has been mitigated to see each other, th*y waltrei for the he had anticipated.
women.” i.’e guess we know where
uvar the oi»vn window.
by the widespread establishment of far issue. Suddenly th* noi*ee ceaarel, anti
Maurice Frere was no cowan!. Taken
Mrs. Cralgie stands on the race suicide
**lt*s been quite a while, you know,
mere’ telephone lines and rural mail a strange rumbling sound fell opon the by surprise as he was, he did not lose
ears <>f th* listener*.
«later, nlm»«» you were here,” responded
W hat had taken place? Thia, th* m*n his presence of mind. The convict was Miss Ann, "but I don’t recall any great
The argument for a pure food law
pouring out of th* darkness Into the *0 dose upon him that there waa no chnngw In the village, of course there*»
TREE HAS BLOOD.REO APPLE. euddan glare of tbe lanterns, rushed, be time to »trike, but. ns h* was forced
was concisely stated by Senator Me-
the new ch a | »<• I and the new fence
wildered, across the deck. Mile*, true backward, he • uceeede.I In cr-eiklng hi«
Cumber of North Dakota. ' "Tbe gov-
According to Tradition an Indian
and thrust one hand Into hla collar. round the cemetery, and the Barnards
eminent cannot prescribe a dlet for
< hlrf W m Killed f ader It.
instant Vicker* had snatche«! th* fire Over and over they roll««d. the bewil have had their house shlnglo«l. 1 don't
every Individual.” he said, "but ft
Prof. Janies A. Graves of this city lock from him, and. leaping Into the ders«! »entry not daring to fire, until the are much difference, living here ull
ougbt to make It possible for the indl- has Jtist sent to Prof. Surface, tlie Stale
stream, turned about and fired down to •hip's »ide brought them up with violent the time ns I do. but 1 aupi»o«e you
vidua) to purchase without fear tbe zoologist, a peculiar npple. tbe strnnge ward the prison. The attack was more jerk, am! Frere realized that Gabbett
notice a difference.’*
things which be knows to be conducive coloring of wtii«-h fans ex' ltel hla «Tirl- sudden than he had expected, but he waa below him. Pressing with all the
”1 was referring to fAnilllea,” re
to his health and comfort, and to avoid oslty, and for which be cannot, al did not lo*e bis presence of mind. The might of bls muscles, be strove to r«*ai»t
marked .Mr» Gifford, "and to the
those things which be knows to be det though be is a botanist of forty years’ shot would serve a double purpose. It the leverage which the giant was apply
Ing to turn him over, but he might as Southey family In particular. How
experience, dis-ount. says a Susquehan would warn the men In the barrack, an«! well have push»«! against a stone wall. many children are there In the Lem
perhapa check the rush by stopping up
In a recent article on tbe “Ethics of na (Pa. > corrgfei>ondent of the Philadel the doorway with a corpse. Beaton back, With his eyes protruding, ami every uel Southey family?”
struggling and Indignant, amidst the sinew strained to its utmost, h* was
•*Let me see." said Miss Ann. ”1 I m ?
Money" appears a searching definition: phia Record.
storm of hideous faces, his humanity slowly force«! round, he felt Gabbett re Ileve there are seven.”
"A sum of mom^-. large or small. Is an
**Wben I was here before there were
order, payable to liearer. for a propor he was at Stockport, Pa., and was vanished, and he aimed deliberately at and aim at blu> an effectual blow. Dis
th* head of Mr James Vetch; tbe shot,
tlonate amount of service.”
Hence shown a very old apple tree on the es however, missed iu mark, and killed engaging hla left hand. Frere su-Llenly only four,’* remark.«! Mrs. Gifford.
“and on my way home from the post
allowe«! himself to sink, and then draw
arises a motto for Just dealing and hon tate of Ann Preston. He was told that the unhappy Miles.
ing up his right knee, struck Gabbett office today I met a b<»y that was the
est work: "A dollar's worth of service It bore apples with greenish yellow
for every dollar of money.” This Is skin, under which was a bloo«l-re«l pulp this time reached th* foot of the com beneath tbe jaw. and. as the huge head living Image of Lrmuel Southey, and I
better than Carlyle's true but somewhat to the core. He arranged that several panion ladder, there to encounter the waa forced backwar«! by the blow, dash stopt»ed and spoke to him.
ed his fiat Into the brawny throat. The
” ‘Hello!’ said L ‘You are the young
cynical aphorism that whoever has six of tbe apples should be sent to him cutlass,•* of the doubled guard gleaming giant reeled backward, ami. falling on
pence la king—to tbe extent of sixpence. when they rljieiied. and in time be re redly In the glow of the lanterns. A hla han«!« and knee*, was in an Instant est Southey hoy, aren’t you?*
ceived them. .They are ordinary look glance up the hatchway showed the
"He took off hl« cap Just ns polite
surrounded by sailors.
ing on tbe outside, but upon cutting giant that the arms he had planned to
Authority was almost Instantly tri ns could be. and said. *(>b, no, ma'am!
Tbousauds of farmers In the more
them o)>en they are at first blood red seize were defended by ten firelocks, umphant on the upper ami lower decks. Johnny's younger'n me.’
opulent agricultural regions of tbe
■ nd that, behind the open doors of the
and near tbe core turn to a purple.
Tbe mutiny was over.
”*ls he?* said I. ‘Why, then Johnny
partition which ran
country still conduct their farms In .1
There 1* an Indian legend connect*«! mast, the remainder abaft the mizzen*
must I m > the baby?
haphazard way. but everywhere the ad
with tbe tree which 1* generally be st,«od to their arm*, Even bis dull hi
•“Oh, no, ma'am! Re.oile'a young
vantage and neeiwslty of the business
lieved In the vicinity. An Indian chief tellect comprehend*«! that the desperate
A shock waa felt all through th* vea-
er’n Johnny,’ and the little fellow look
spirit are lieiug recognized. Tbe West
of tbe Delawares, named Walla Wocka, project ha«l failed, and that he had
cd at me ns If he was surprised nt my
has t»eeu warned, for example, that th.-
was out bunting one day and was mur bken betrayed. With the roar of de- th* Ironing of th* last of the mutineer«,
fertilizer problem of the East and tbe
dere«l by a member of hl* tribe, w ho. •pair which ba<! penetrated___
into th* at once divine«! its cause.
South will have to tie met before many
"Thank God!" he cried, "there's a
•*1 thought sure I hnd reached the
In order to conceal the crime, burled prison, he turnad to fight his way back, breeze
at last!” An«! ns the overpower
decades unless tbe soils are put under
bls body at tbe foot of th* old apple just in time to see th* crowd In the ed Gabbett. bruised, bleeding ami bound, last one,BO I said,’Well, then Bessie la
gangway reToil from the flash of the
better rotations and economy of laud Is
musket fired by Vickers. The next In was drsgge«l down th* hatchway, the
being preached. It Is now generally
•‘*Oli, no, ma'am, there's Mary.’ nnld
Tlie <!l«api>earan«-e of the chief re- stant Pine and two soldiers, taking ad triumphant doctor hurried upuon «leek to
accepted as a truism that tbe better the
malned a mystery' to bi* tribe until the vantage of the momentary cessation of find tbe Mnlnbar plunging thropgh the he. *8he’s the baby. She's Just come.*
business man tbs agriculturist of to
•• ‘Why, of course,’ said 1. *1 Bee.
fall of tbe year, when tbe apples, be the press, shot the bolt» and secured the whitening water under the Influenc* of
day becomes, the more profitable will be
You are the oldest.'
a fifteen-knot breeze.
ing plucked were found to be blood prison.
found that occupation which once was
"Stand by to reef topsail«. Away
•• ‘Oh, no, ma'am, Hornee I m older
The mutineer« were caught In a trap.
described by a keen, though not wbolh
Searching for the cause of this trans The narrow space between the barracks aloft, men. an«! furl the royals!" cries than me.'
Best from the quarter-deck; sod In tbe
wise farmer. In tbe statement that
” 'What's your name?* 1 asked.
formation,. member* of tbe tribe dug ■ nd the barricade was choked with midst of th* cheery confusion Mauri»
struggling figures. Some twenty con
"farmin' ain't all keepin' books, by a
about tbe roots and found the body of victs. and half as many soldiers, struck Frere briefly recapitulated what bad
long shot’’ ____
** ‘Well, Jamie, then Horace Is your
their murdered chief.
and stabbe«! at each other In the crowd. taken place, taking care, however, to
Ever since then the apples bava re There waa barely elbow roovn, and at pas* over hla own dereliction of duty oldest brother, Is he?*
The wastefulness of tbe early lum-
’’The boy began to look over his
tiermen In tbe West Is tbe opportunlty mained blood red, say those who reclti tacked an«J attackers fought almos] with as rapidly as possibzle.
Pin* knit his hrowa. "Do yon think shoulder as If be wanted to start on,
out knowing whom they struck. .Gab
of tbe enterprising lumbermen of to the legend.
bett tore a cutlass from a soldier, shrxik that Sarah Purfoy was in the plot?” but 1 declare If It wasn't Just like try
day. A company was Incorporated last
hia huge head, and calling on the Mooch- he asked.
ing to make out a charade, and 1 was
summer to engage In submarine logging
"Not she!" says Frere, eager to avert
The Imuses of Bohemia are bullt er to follow, bounded up the ladder, des
iHMind to follow the Southey family up,
In various rivers of Michigan. It was quite a different way from ours,
so I said again, ’Ho Horace Is the old
announced lately that from a deep hole
of all a complete skeleton bouse Is the watch. The Moocher, close at the She's sickening of fever, or I'm much est?*
giant's heels, flung himself upon the mistaken."
In tbe tend of one river a scow equip
set up. made of wood, and, when this nearest soldier, and. grasping his wrist,
” ‘Oh, no, ma'am. Helen Is older
Sure enough, they found Sarah Pur-
ped with a crane had fished out three
la finished, the spaces tietween tbe struggled for the cutlass. A brawny, foy lying where she had fallen a quar than Horace.'
hundred thousand feet of lumber. The
woollen structure are filled In with bull-mo-ked fellow next him dashed hl* ter of an hour before. The clashing of
*' 'Who is tbe oldest In your family?’
Manistee River Is safcTto be paved with
bricks and mortnr. Before the roof clinche«l fist Into the soldier's face, and the cutlasses and the firing of muakats says I.
log* of pine, elm, cherry, oak and maple
is put on a large green bush Is hoisted the man. maddene«! by the blow, let go had not rouged her.
•• 'Charles,' says the boy. Tin Just
for a distance of two hundred miles.
"We must make a sick hay «'ime
up as far as the eaves and there tied the cutless, «nd. dr«wing his pistol, «hot
In the middle.'
These log* sank. ln*tead of floating
Jo the scaffolding poles. This 1* sup- his new assailant through the head. It where,” says Pine, looking at the sense
•’That’s what I mean,” coneluded
down at ream along with tbe main body
waa this second »hot that arouse«! Mau- less figure, with no kindly glance;
fkiseil to drive away the pixies or ric* Frere.
“though I don't think she's likely to be Mrs. Gifford, "when I speak of
cf the cut when they were first rolled
wicked fairies, anil no one would dare
As the young lieutenant sprang out very bad. Confound her—I believe she's changes. When I wns here last Jamie
Into the water. Not ouly are log* be
to put the roof on without the protec upon the deack, he saw by the i«o«ltion of the cause of all this. I'll find out. too.
ing fished from tbe river, but «lab* are
win the youngest. t*
tion of the green bush.
being dredged from the bottom of Mus
•*I guess I don’t write much about
mindful of the safety of the ahlp than those fellows that, unless they confess
kegon Lake, where they were sunk
he. There was. however, no time for ex all alxuit It before to-morrow morning. people,” said Mlns Ann, ajiologetlcally.
Already Enat««ed, Perhaps.
years »go because they bad no market
“I should say you didn’t,” responded
"Yes, I love you, George," said the planation, for, as he reached the hatch I'll get them six dozen apiece the day
value. They are sawed up into laths
her sister,—Youth’s Companion.
beautiful young heiress, “but I'll have way, he was met by the ascending giant, after we anchor in Hobart Town. I’ve
who uttered a hideous cry at the sight a great mind to do It before w«i get
now and »old at a profit.
to speak to mamma."
of this unexpected «dversary, «nd. too there. Take her head, Frere, and we'll
“You mean I’ll have to speak to her.” close to strike him, locked him In hie get her out of this before Vicker* comes
"He baa a weak cbln,” observed th«
Titles Ilk* "Senator," a Latin word
“No, I will.' You see, she’s homeward arms. The two men went down togeth
implying that tbe person 1* old, aud bound from Europe, where she’s been er. The guard on the quarter-deck dar up. What a fool yon are, to be sure! physiognomist.
I knew what it would be. with women
"O, well,” said the bachelor, "III*
“Alderman,” of Anglo-Saxon origin, for the last three months, and she may ed not fire at the two bodies that, twine«!
on board ship. I wonder Mrs. V. hae’nt
signifying "an elder,” suggest that tbe have engaged me to some nobleman ■ bout each other, rolle«! serosa the deck, been out before now. There—steady past wife makes up for It”—Indianapolis
experience which cornea with age bas while- she was there.”—Philadelphia and for a moment Mr. Frere’» cherished the door. Make haste, now, before that Star.
existence hung upon the slenderest little Parson comes. Parsons are r»g-
in many lands beed®Mtnrded as a valu
In Manchuria, Riberla and North
able qualification for the public serv
ular old women to chatter!" and thus
The Moocher, spattered with the blood muttering, Pin* assisted to carry Mrs. China much use Is made of Chinese
Bomebow, It is hard to weep with
ice. Our own Constitution spécifié» that
brick tea, not as a beverage, but as a
a man to be President must bave reach a woman who talks of the departed ■ nd brains of bis unfortunate comrade, Vickers’ maid Into her cabin.
vegetable, boiled with rice and mut-
had already eel hie foot upon the low
•d the age •< » years. to be a Senator, us being on tbe Other Shore.
est atao of the ladder, whan th* cutlass fogl of yourself. Ch sue«» ar* you’ve ton.
KLAMATH FALLS REPUBLICAN
We herewith lllnstrste a foul fatten
>g crate, used at the Ontario Agri
ultural College Tin« crate Is <1 feet
Incites long. IM to ’JB I iic I hm high nn«l
I Incliee wide. It 1« divided Into
irve conipurtiiH'iilN, each holding from
ur to five birds, »»•»‘«»nllng to the sire
f the chickens. The « rate Is made «'f
at«, except the end« Tlie slat« are
sually IS Inches wlilv and Ave eighths
f an Inch’ thick. The slats III front
re run up ami »town and nrv two In
ies apart to allow the chickens to put
telr bends through for feeding The
nt« on the bott«uu an* tlinv fourths
f an Inch npnrt, so ns to admit of the
dr»» ppi ng« passing through h> tin«
ground. Carr abould la» taken not to
have tbe first bottom slat nt the back
At clonel> against tin* back, as this will
hold tlie drupplugn. The feeding mu!
watering are done by means of n
trough In front running tin» entire
length of the coop. This trough 1« from
two to three Indies deep and Is made
of three quarter Inch lumber.
W hr« Weather Is <‘ol4.
I a t til«* uiii.rt V -»lx 1» MMB .
then aklm. If It stands longer (linn
thin, rtqieclally In n cold room, the
cream Is liable to t»e bitter, and c«»n
•rqurntly you will have bitter butter
Oncu n day turn Into tin* crvaiu n quart
of new milk warm from tin» cow, then
stir thoroughly. If Un* cream d‘M»s not
•«»ur by the time the bucket Is nearly
full, act It on tin* stove reeervolr »»f
warm, not hot. water, stirring frequent
ly until Soured. Tlien add sweet cream,
or new milk enough for a churning
!x«t this stain! twelve hours; then warn»
on the reservoir of warm water, stir
ring often, so that tin* «ream will warm
As soon as the right temperature 1«
obtained the cream aliould l»e churned.
A llttl® salt ad»l«s! to the cream after
It ts In tbe churn Is a great ln»lp In
separating the butter from the milk,
and It also aids In gathering the but
ter. If there are bubbles In tin* rr»*niu
after chufnlng a while. ad»l a little
warm water frequently until th«» butter
Is gathered. This Is a favorite metlnsl
Iu cold weather, and If follow®«! you
will always hav® sweet, »olid, salable
MUZZIX FOB TIIK IIORHC.
In aliuo«t every lien! of «win® there
Is «me or m«»re that 1« Inclined to •«•al®
fear«»* nnd usually Is more suc«v««ful In
breaking the fem*® down than In get
ting over It. The <1evl<*e lllu»triited
will break this bad habit very quick
ly and luinls llttl«» eiplanntlon. Two
Horses sometimes act disagreeable
wbtn working In th«» orchard or when
cultivating corn or grain by trying to
get a mouthful of th«» growing rr»»p.
Tlie tM*«t way to ovemun® su< h a habit
la to mural® tli® horse, but In doing
this extreme rare «hould I m * used that
the hone Is not Injur««! nor seriously
discommoded by the muxxle. Take
heavy white canvas, sin h a« grain bug*
ar«» made from. Cut this In eighteen
Inch lengths am! wide enough to go
around th«» Jaws of th«» horse comfor
tably loose. Cut two oval airhole«
three by four Inches. bra!«l th«» etlges
Nprlng 1« the lime when tlie average
amateur flower gardener makes Ills
worst mlstak«*. Too often he buys
seed which he dues not handle pr»»|sT
ly. with thr nxiults that bare a|Mdn In
the garden show where In* expected
iH'NUtlful blossoms The young plant«
that hr ei|ie**ted to dower ure killed by
the hot sun or choked under l»«uvy or
Tin» amateur who would rival the
professional florist In (hr radian«'* of
Ills garden, nhouhl inakr n start now
by sowing th«» need of many klmls of
showy annual* In boxen or | h »I m , to l»r
Kept Indoors for nwhllix The ls»in*
should have h«d«»s for drainage In th«»
laittom, but should not l*e no <»|‘*n ns
to keep th«« M<m dry. Ordlnnry ganlril
soil may I m » used In tin» bottom, but nt
tin» top there should tn» a lighter ««»II,
well mixed. Th«» «mnll «»■»’’I should Is»
«own <»n tin» aiirfnco; tln*n fine mill
spread over them and pressed down,
but not so hard as to cause the toll to
bake ('onr«e ««<*•<1 can I k »«! U<» planted
III llttl«» drills, or ea<ti ***'<»<1 piesaed
down Into the soil, and the whole cov-
er$*»| with a thin layrr of earth, as
with the atnnll seed. The «»»II should
I m » gently «prinkled with water Imine
dlatvly after tin* planting Only the
quantity nf water which tin* soil can
absorb without l«»«>>inlng soggy should
I m » given. Th»» t«»x shotild I m » watrn*«!
sul»M«quently w henever tlie Moll I mmshu » «
dry a little below tin* surf mix *.
It Is a g»»«»d practice to sow* th«» s$«ed
In rowa, n« this ritabhai The mdl to I»«*
stirred to prevent It fr»»m baking The
I m » i should l»e set by the window and
given plenty of light, but nt the nmiia *
lime shielded fn»iu the hot sun. When
Un* plants have grown to a fair wise. It
will l»e warm enough outdoors to set
them out In the garden Only th»»
stronger plants should I m * rtnieen fur
repLintlng Agortums, sw$»et al)«sum.
shnislragons, heliotrope*, loliellao, nns
iurtlutns and verbenas can be treated
fully tills way.
ring« an Inch or more In dlamet«*r and
two str a |»« with str» »ng blM'klee ar®
Tin* strap should be wide enough »•
that It will not rut tl>® leg« of th«« Img.
Place on® «>f th® ntrsp« over th® front
leg. after placing tin* ring In |M»ltlon.
mid th«» other over th«« hind leg on th«»
same al«!** Be «ure and btirkle th®
«trap* tight en«»i|gti so that they will
not e»»fue <>fT Then take n strong ro|M*
mid tie In th«» ring« n« shown, l»®ing
careful that It 1« long enough so that
th«» hog ran walk comfortably.
After trying on«* or two Jump« while
till* attachment 1« on th«» hog will give
It up ns n bail Job, but th«* device should
I m * kept «»n until the nnhtinl Is rompl«*ti>-
ly broken of the Jumping habit.
Drhnrnlni < nfflr.
iMboroltqr lina imm . m I tli« rxfw>ritn*n-
tnl *tng<* nti.l l>n* n<>w tecum* n neca
ally. ITai'tlcnlly no one now driilna
(I m . iM'iiclUa derive.! from havltix n
herd deprived of tlx* dariKcrotM
ona of defense. The querilun art*..*
na when ami how con !t !«■«( te done.
'U m * full, or |>r<*f>*rnbljr early aprlii«,
are Hie twat acnaonB of tlw year for
ilolnif the work, any the iiilildln of
March. The him la to K*'t (I m * wotlinla
thoroughly I imi I m I before lln* fl!«*a rume.
Anlinnla dehorned In mrly aprlng nn<l
<*are<l for, uaunlly shrink but llltle nixl
the wound» very soon heal over. It la
not noccaanry to put nnythlug on tho
with strong t.rnl.I nnd mnke n Inttlre
Ilsulln«( Msniirr to FIrl«l.
work over tbeopening by weaving knot
While It I m admlttmlly th® better plnu
ted !>ar<l twine through It. Bind the to got the manura til the fields na «.»III
top, ndil atrlnga nt the able, hem the after It la mnde sa possible, the plan
bottom r<lg<-a nnd It la complete.
tins It« grenteat vnlue when the manura
1« spread na Boon »« plnccd on the soil
Hattons for t'osrs.
Hint 1«, do not |iut It (li heap« to
The following ration mid I tn twin
tlona or aiibatltiitea have teen found aprenil nt noine Inter period, but, If ¡ mm .
profitable, yet not ex|>en»lve: The Aral •Ible, load It from the »table directly
one la )H*rlin|n more nearly n bnlntxeil Into n H|irender, no that ns Mwiri na It
ration than tbe other. It conalata of ranches the field It can l«> put on the
twenty |>oumbi of clover liny, eight soil, where It will lench In during tho
pounds of corn nnd coh nienl nnd two winter. TI m * Idea of carting tho mnnttre
pounds of cottonseed nienl. The other direct to the field la to linve It Im
la composed of ten |Hiuiida of nlfnlfn or proving the soil Instead of letting n
of cowjien liny, ten |niuniU of <*orn portion of Its virtue go Into the nlr, na
stover, eight | m > uii «1 h of corn nnd two Is the case when it lays In the bnrnynrd
pound* of lirrni. In section« where nil winter.
l-rollt In Rerrloa.
neither clover, nlfnlfn or cowpen hay
la obtainable, nnd n mixed of timothy
A prominent Illinois strawberry
liny or corn fodder Is used, the bnl grower finds It costs him $lo per nere
■ nee may Is* mnlntnlned by Increasing to grow the crop. An acre yield« him
the qunntlty of the eoncetitrnled fiMMln, flom one to two hundred crates, which
whether bran, oata, gluten nienl or cut net around $1 per crate, lie llnds ihu
tonaeed meal. It In nn excellent plan Warfield In great dcmnnd liecati«« It
to experiment with tin* different rn stands distant shipping The fnvorlto
tlona until one In obtained which given varieties In hl« section are Warfield,
tbe desired renults.
Dunlap and Tonne«M*e Frollllc.
Most farmers know how troublesome
the lice are on stock, nnd particularly
on cows, but the modern Idea of fuml
gating tho nnlnuil Ims many objections.
There Is no doubt but that It can he
thoroughly and safely done If one has
the pro|«*r «(nils nnd the other |iro|«>r
appliances, hut to attempt to curry out
tills plan In (lie average stull would
result In failure; the stock would be
■mothered or the fumlgiitlng fumes
Feedlna lire tn Hog*.
There are several different methods
of feeding rye to hogs. One method Is
to cook the grain whole. Another la
Kleiimlng In barrel« with tight covers
nnd allowing to stand for nevcrnl limp**
before ..... ling Then, again, flu* m<*tli
od of grinding finely nnd mixing Into
the slops In practiced by mnn.v I li
tried several wayi Imt find I can p >
I dltce the best results when llnel.i
i ground ami soaked In barrels twelve
hours before feeding. -Ohio Farmer.