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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
COflYtCfT Or 7H OOBBl-t1?atltU.COrtPAttY
1 Comln de Sabron, captain of French
cavalry, takes to his quarters to ralHo by
linnet a rnothcrlcwi Irish terrier pup. nml
names It Pltchouno. lie dines with tho
Marqulso d'Escllgtmc and moots Miss
Julia Itedmond, American liclrenH, who
lngs for him on English ballad that
lingers In his memory. Habron Is ordered
to Algiers, but Is not allowed to take
Kervantii or dogs. Miss Iledmond offers to
take enre of tho dog during his mastor's
nbsenco, but Pltchoune. homesick for his
master, runs away from her. The Mnr
itls plans to marry Julia to the Due do
Tromont. Unknown to Sabron, Pltchouno
follows him to Algiers. Dor and master
meet and Sabron gets permission from
tho war minister to keep his dog with him.
Julia writes him that Pltchoune has run
away from hor. He writes Julia of Plt
ulloune. Tim Duo do Trcmont finds tho
American heiress capricious. A newspa-
fMf report that Sabron Is among tho miss
ng aftor an engagement with the natives
causes Julia to confess to her aunt that
ho loves him. Sabron, wounded In an en
gagement, falls into tho dry bed of a
river, and Is watched over by Pltchoune.
CHAPTER XIII Continued.
"nut," Sabrori Bald aloud, "It Is a
prayer to bo said at night and not In
tho afternoon of nn African holl."
Ho began to climb; ho pulled him
self along, leaving his track In blood.
Ho fainted twice, and tho thick
growth hold him like tho wicker of a
cradle, and before ho came to his con
ncIouoncsB tho sun was mercifully go
ing down. Ho finally reached tho top
of tho bank and lay there panting.
Not far distant wore tho bushes of
roflo and mimosa flower, and still pant
ing, weaker and ovor weaker, his cour
ago tho only Hying thing in him, Sab
ron, with Pltchoune by his side,
dragged htmsolf Into hoallng hands.
All that night Sabron was delirious;
his mind travolcd far Into vague fan
tastic countries, lod back again, ovor
gently, by a tune, to safety.
Every now and then ho would real
Izo that ho was nlono on tho vast
doBort, destined to finish his existence
hero, to cease bolng a human croaturo
and to become nothing but carrion.
Moments of consciousness succeeded
those of mental disorder. Every now
'and then he would fool Pltchouno
cIodo to his arm. Tho dog licked his
liand and tho touch was grateful to
tho deserted officer. Pltchoune licked
hla master's cheek and Sabron felt
that thero was another llfo beside his
in tho wlldorncss. Neither dog nor
man could long exist, however, with
out food or drink and Sabron was
growing momentarily weaker.
Tho Frenchman, though a philoso
pher, realized how hard It was to dlo
unsatisfied In love, unsatisfied In life,
having accomplished nothing, having
wlBhcd many things and realized at
an early ago only death! Then this
point of vlow changed and tho phys
leal man was uppermost.
Ho groaned for water, ho groaned
for roltef from pain, turned his heat
from sldo to side, and Pltchouno
whined softly. Sabron was not strong
enough to speak to him, and their
voIcob, of man and bonst, Inarticulate,
mingled both loft to dlo In tho open
Thon Sabron violently rebelled and
cried out in his soul against fato and
deHtlny. Ho could havo cursed tho
day ho was born. Keenly doslrous to
Hvo, to mnko his mark and to win
everything a man values, why should
he bo ploked and choson for this lone
iy pathetic end? Moreover, he did not
wlslito suffor llko this, to lose hla
grasp on life, to 'go on Into wilder
delirium and to dlo! He know enough
of Injuries to fool suro that his wound
alono would not kill him. When ho
."had first dragged himself Into tho
rehndo ho had fainted, nnd when ho
camo to himself he might have
.stanched his blood. His wound was
Jiardly blooding now. It had alroady
died! Fatigue and thirst, fover would
finish htm, not his hurt. He was too
young to dlo.
r With groat effort ho raised himself
on his arm and scanned tho desert
htretchlng on all sides llko a rosy sea
Along the rivor bank the palq and dull
ato blossom and leaf of tho mimosa
lay llko a bluish veil, and tho smell of
tho oventng and tho smell of tho ml
xnoBa flowor and tho porfumos of tho
weeds came to htm, aromatic and
bwooL Abovo hla head tho bluo sky
was ablaze with stars and dlroctly
over him tho evening star hung llko a
crystal lamp. Hut thoro was no beau
ty in it for tho wounded ofllcor who
looked In vain to tho dark shadows on
tho deaort that might moan approach
ing human llfq. It would bo bettor to
dlo as ho was dying, than to be found
by tho enomyl
Tho sea of waste rolled unbroken ub
far as his fading oyos could roach.
Ho sank back with a sigh, not to rlso
again, and closod his oyos nnd wnltcd
Ho slept a short, rostlcss, feverish
idoop, and in It dreams chased ono an
othor llko thoso evoked by a narcotic,
but out of thorn, ovor nnd ovor again
camo tho plcturo of Julia Redmond
and she sang to him tho soug whoso
words wore- a prayer for tho safety
of a loved ono during tho night.
From that romantic molody thoro
oeomod to rlso more solemn onos. Ho
hoard tho rolling of tho organ in tho
cathedral in his natlvo town, for ho
camo from notion originally, whoro
1 thoro is ono of tho most beautiful
cathedrals In tho world. Tho music
rolled and rollod and paBsed over tho
desert's faco. It seemed to lift his
spirit nnd to crndlo It. Then ho
brcnthod hln prnyers they took form,
and In his sloop ho repeated tho Ave
Maria and tho Paternoster, nnd tho
words rolled and rollod ovor tho
desert's faco and tho supplication
scorned to his fovcrlsh mind to mlnglo
with tho stars.
A sort of midnight dew fell upon
him: so at least ho thought, and It
seemed to him a heavenly dow and to
cover him llko a benignant rain. He
grow coolor. Ho prayed again, and
with his words thoro camo to the
young man an ineffnblo senso of peace.
Ho pillowed his fading thoughts upon
it; ho pillowed his aching mind upon
It and his body, too, nnd the pain of
his wound and ho thought nloud, with
only tho night nlrs to hear him, In
broken sentences: "If this Is death it
Is not so bad. Ono should rathor bo
afraid of llfo. This Is not difficult, If
I should ovor get out of hero I shall
not regret this night."
Toward morning ho grow calmer, ho
turned to speak to his llttlo compan
ion. In his troubled thoughts he had
Sabron faintly called him. Thero
wad no rosponso. Then tho soldier
listened In silence. It was absolutely
unbrokon. Not oven the call of a
night-bird not even the cry of a hy-
ona nothing camo to him but the In
artlculato voice of the desert. Great
and solemn nwo crept up to him, crept
up to him llko a spirit and Bnt down
by hlB sldo. Ho felt his hands grow
cold, and his foot grow cold. Now, un-
ablo to sponk aloud, thoro passed
through his mind that this, indeed, was
death, desertion absolute In the heart
of tho plains.
was brought In to the Chateau d'Kscil
gnac, "I shall leave for Africa tomor
row." "My dear Julia!"
"Ho Is nllve! God wltl not let him
die. llesldes, I have prayed. I bellovo
in God, don't you?"
"Of course, my dear Julia."
"Well," said the girl, whoso nalo
cheeks and trembling hands that held
the telegram mado a sincere Impres
sion on her aunt, "well, then, If you
believe, why do you doubt that ho Is
alive? Someono must find him. Will
you tell Eugene to have the motor
hero In an hour? Tho boat sails to
morrow, ma tante."
The marquise rolled her embroidery
and put It aside for twelve mouths.
Hor flno hands looked capablo as sho
"My dear Julia, a young and hand
somo woman cannot follow llko a
daughter of the regiment, after tho
fortunes of a soldlor."
"Hut a Hcd CroBs nurse can, ma
tanto. and I havo my diploma."
"The boat leaving tomorrow, my
dear Julia, doosn't tuke passengers."
"Oh, ma tante! There will bo no
other boat for Algiers," she opened tho
nowspaper, "until . - . oh, heav
ens!" "But Robert do Tromont's yacht Is
In tho harbor."
MIbb Redmond looked at her aunt
"I shall telegraph Madnmo d' Haua-,
sonvillo and ask permission for you to
go In that as an auxiliary of tho Red
Cross to Algiers, or rather, Robert Is
at Nice. I shall telegraph him."
"Oh, ma tante!"
"Ho asked mo to make up my own
party for a crulso on the Mediterran
ean," said tho Marquise d'Escllgnac
Miss Redmond fetched the telegraph
blank and the pad from the table. The
color began to return to her cheeks
Sho put from hor mind tho Idea that
her aunt had plans for her. All ways
wore fair In tho present situation.
Tho Marqulso d'Escllgnac wrote her
dispatch, a very long ono, Blowly. She
said to her sorvant:
"Call up tho Villa des Porroquots at
Nice. I wish to speak with tho Due da
ROAD BREAKER IS CIVILIZER
WHITE HOLLAND IS FAVORED
Man's Scale Is Very Correctly Tested
by His Attitude Toward Some
Obstruction in Road.
An American Girl.
Tho Marqulso d'Escllgnac saw that
sho had to rockon with an Amorlcan
girl. Thoso who know Uicbo girls
know what their temper and mettlo
nro, und that they are capablo of tho
Julia Redmond was very young.
Otherwlso Bho would novor havo lot
Sabron go without one sign that she
was not lndlfforont to him, and that
sho was rather bored with tho Idea
of titles and fortunes. Hut sho adored
her aunt and saw, moreover, some
thing olso than rlbbonB and velvets In
tho make-up of tho aunt. Sho saw
dcopor than tho polish that a long
Parisian llfotimo had overlaid, and
sho loved what she saw. Sho roBpoctod
her aunt, and knowing tho older lady's
point of vlow, had been timid and hesi
tating until now.
Now tho Amorlcan girl woke up, or
rathor asserted herself.
"My doar Julia," said tho Marqulso
d'Escllgnac, "are you suro that nil tho
tinned things, the cocoa, and so forth,
aro bn board? I did not boo that box."
"Ma tantoj" returned hor niece from
her steamer chair, "It's tho only piece
of luggage I am suro about."
At this response her aunt suffered a
alight qualm for tho fato of tho rest of
hor luggngo, and from her own chair
In the shady part of the deck glaucod
toward hor niece, whoso eyes wore on
"What n practical girl she Is,"
thought tho Marqulso d'Escllgnac.
"Sho sooniB ton yeara older than I.
Sho la cut out to bo tho wlfo of a poor
man. It Is a pity sho should havo a
fortune. Julia would have been charm
ing as lovo In a cottage, whereas
I . . ."
Sho romombored hor hotel on the
Pnro Monceau, her chateau by tho
Rhone, hor villa at HInrrltz and
sighed. Sho had not always boon tho
Marqulso d'Escllgnac; sho had boon
an Amorlcan girl first nnd remembered
that her maiden nnme had been Do
Puystor and thnt sho hud come from
Schenectady originally. Hut for many
yours sho had forgotten thoso things.
Near to Julia Redmond thoso InBt fow
weeks all but courage and simplicity
had seemed to havo tarnish on Its
Sabron had not been found.
It was a curious fact, and ono that
transplroa now and then in tho history
of desert wars tho man Is lost. Tho
captain of the cavalry was missing,
and tho only news of him was that ho
had fnllon In an engagement and that
his body had never been recovered.
Sovernl sorties had been mado to find
him; tho war department had done all
that It could; ho had disappeared from
tho fnco of tho desert and oven his
bones could not bo found.
From tho momout that Julia Rod-
mond had confessed her lovo for the
Fronchmnn, a courngo had been born
In her which novor fnltored, and hor
aunt scorned to havo boon Infected by
It. Tho marqulso grow sentimental,
found out that Bho whs more docllo and
Impresslonnblo than sho had believed
horsolf to bo, and tho vonoor and eti
quette (no doubt novor a vory real
part of hor) boennio loss Important
than othor things. During tho last
fow wcoks sho had boon inoro a Do
Puyator from Schoncctndy than tho
"Ma tanto." Julia Redmond had
.sold to hor when tho last tologratu
Breed of Turkeys That Do Not Wan
der Away From Home Hens Nest
In Any Convenient Place.
Until recently tho Mammoth Ilronzo
turkey was in a class by Itself, and
was known as tho king of domestic
birds, but by scientific breeding the
Whito Holland variety has become a
close rival of tho old favorite and
promises to gain In popularity over
tho uronzo within a very row years,
says an Illinois writer in Farmer's
Thero was a tlmo when I read ad
vertisements which described the
Whito Holland turkey as "the kind
that stays at homo." I could scarce
ly bellovo that It was In accordanco
with a turkey's nature, whatevor brood
they chanced to bo, to "stay at home.
Personal experlqnco has proved that
tho White Holland will not wander
as do tho Ilronzo and Bourbon Red,
tho only other varieties of the tur
koy family with which I am ac
quainted. In tho laying season White Holland
hens aro content to nest in any build
ing about the place, in straw sheds or
nearby shocks of corn and do not
resent being disturbed.
When the poults aro very young it
is not necessary to keep tho turkey
hen penned up more than a week, for
Bhe will go only a few yards from tho
coop, as sho seems to realize the help
lessness of her flock. Later, as the
turkeys grow larger and stronger, the
mother hens pick their way slowly
through un adjoining meadow or field
for a fow hours each day, always com
ing homo early In tho afternoon. At
no tlmo during tho summer or fall
do thoy go any distance from home,
The civilized man makes
tho savage docs not. That
safest test of civilization.
Among us In all communities are
Individuals who aro not really civil
ized. They do not tako any Interest In
A man's scalo In civilization Is very
correctly tested by his attitude to
ward tho Btono which has rolled Into
tho road, or tho tree which has blown
down across It, writes Herbert Quick
In Farm and Fireside. Tho man who
drives around tho obstacle day after
day is one sort of man, the ono who
stops his team and rolls or drags It
away Is another. And a person pass
ing along a road which ho does not
expect to retrace, who removes tho
obstruction for tho sako of tho Btran
gor who comes after him, responds
to a very high test of civilization. Ho
"When tho snow pllos up In tho road
tho man who goes' ahead and breaks
the path for others bears the burden
which ho who has made progress al
ways must bear. There Is biiow In
every road to co-opqratlon, to better
schools, to better business methods.
There must bo road breakers for every
Tho road breaker is the great clvi-
DIRT ROAD IS THE CHEAPEST
She Was Bored With the Idea el
Titles and Fortunes.
Tremont." Sho thon drew her niece
vory gently to her side, looking up nt
hor aB a mother might have looked.
"Darling Julia, Monsieur do Sabron
has novor told you that ho loved you?"
Julia shook her head.
"Not In words, ma tante."
Thoro was a Bllcnce, and then Julia
"l only want to assuro mysolf that
ho Is safe, that he lives. I only wish
to know his fate."
"Hut If you go to him llko this, ma
chcro, ho will think you lovo him. He
must marry you I Are you making a
"Ah," breathed the girl from be
twoon trombltnu Una. "don't go on. I
shall bo shown tho way."
Tho Marqulso d'Escllgnac then said.
"I Bhall telegraph to England for
provisions. Food Is vllo In Algiers
Also, Molanle must get out our sum
"Ma tnnto!" said Julia Redmond.
"our Bummor clothes?"
"Did you think you wore going
alone, my doar Julia!"
Sho had boon so thoroughly tho
Amorlcan girl thnt sho had thought of
nothing but going. Sho throw her
arms around her aunt's neck with an
abandon that made tho latter young
again. Tho Marqulso d'Esclignuc
kissed hor niece tenderly.
"Madnmo la Marquise, Monsieur le
Due do Tremont 1b at tho tolophono,"
tho sorvant announced to her from tha
(TO UK CONTINUKD.)
Pair of White Holland Turkeys.
and they make a practice of coming
back within a short time.
White Holland' bear confinement
well, and are thereforo tho Ideal tur
key for tho breeder with limited
space. Tho purebred specimen Is u
remarkably beautiful bird, being as
largo as the Dronzo, and of snow-
white plumage. Tho fonthors, except
ing those of wing and tall, are as soft
as cotton and vory abundant. Breed
ers who cull their flocks, dry pick tho
birds which aro sold dressed, and use
tho feathers instead of thoso of geese
Most Satisfactory Highway in Nine
Tenths of Territory Big Objec
tion to Macadamized Roads.
The time may como when we can
make cement roads. They will cost
from ?5,000 to $10,000 a mile and they
may be so smooth, if we learn to make
them properly, that tho children liv
ing on these lines of road can go to
school on roller skates, as they do In
some places down In Maryland.
There may be somo satisfactory
combination of sand and clay; but,
speaking for the prairie lands, the best
and tho cheapest road wo can get over
nine-tenths of the territory is the dirt
road. Tho more clay thero is in it,
tho better tho dragged road will be.
Thero is no bettor road than the gum
bo road, If It Is properly dealt
It Is really a pity that tho drag Is so
simple and cheap. If It had cost $25
or $50, and was painted red, then tho
farmers would think something of It.
The main reason why It has not come
into more common use is that it is bo
cheap and simple In construction and
so easy to handle.
Someone may ask: Why. is it that
thero was no objection to macadam
ized roads twenty or thirty years ago?
Simply because we did hot have the
automobile. MacAdam, that Scotch-
ACHES AND PAINS
Have All Gone Since Taking
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was suffering from
female troubles for
some time and had
almost all kinds of
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er part of back and
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ing down pains. I
could not sleep and
had no appetite. Sinco I havo taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound the aches and pains aro all gona
and I feel like a new woman. I cannot
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It is true that nature and a woman's
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In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,
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RHODE ISLAND WHITE BREED
Mrs. W. K. Vandorbllt has given
much tlmo nnd monoy to tho quostlon
of tho selling of drugs and tho treat
ment of thoso who become victims,
which tho city of Now York takeB caro
Sho now declnrod tho manner In
which tho city of Now York takos
caro of tho drug "fiends" a hideous
fnrco. Aftor ton days tho victims aro
B-- nt out of tho hospitals "curod," and
sho says thoy leave shattorod In norvo
n: d unablo to fight against tho drug.
Katherluo Dement Davis, commission
er of charities in Now York, says that
between 35 aud 50 per cent of all thfc
criminals nro drug fiends.
They Are Equal of Any as Table Fowl
Being of Size Which Suits the
(By M. E. B Ell IS, Phoenix, Ariz.)
Tho advice to go slow on new
Dreeds Ib unquestionably good. To
try each new breed that Is heralded
is to invito disaster. There is an old
adage which applies as well to poultry
as to styles In hats, "Bo not tho first
to try tho now nor yet tho last to lay
the- old asldo." In the matter ol
choosing a now breed of poultry, one
should havo somo good reason, and 11
perchance your Inclination causes
you to fancy one of the now or nowei
breeds, there should be no reason fo:
discarding this variety just because
it is new. All varieties were
Of tho new breeds which are likely
to make good, the Rhode Island White
has many qualities which should at
tract tho breeder who Is looking foi
a fowl which will lay and pay. The
Rhode Island White lias been bred
now for moro than ten years. The
bird, Ib tho same size and type as tho
Rhode Island Red, tho only difference
being tho color, which Is, of course,
of puro white. Tho breed originated
from a cross of the Cochin with a Wy
andotte, this cross mated to a Cochin,
and tho resulting birds mated with a
Rose Comb White Leghorn. It soemB
that pretty nearly all the good quali
ties of each havo been combined In
this breed. Ab a table fowl they aro
tho equal of any and, being of a size
which seems to suit the average
housewife, thoy 1111 the bill better than
a larger or a smnller bird would.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty 4
Nine times in ten when the liver is
right the stomach and bowels are right
gently butfirmly corn
pel a lazy liver to,
do its duty.
and Diitreti After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
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Light More Beneficial Than Heat.
When rays of light fall upon tho
skin of our bodies, which Is translu
cent, tho greater part of thom aro ar
rested, somo by ono layer of tho skin,
somo by another and still others are
not stopped until they havo penetrated
the subcutaneous tissues. This arrest
of the light rays produces radiant
heat, which has a higher penetrating
power than convection heat aa gene
rated by a hot water bag or poultice,
B. C. Titus in an address before tho
illuminating Engineering society said
that such heat penetrated two Inches
or more, while convection heat was ox-
cited principally on tho surface.
This is why electric light baths and
sun baths are so stimulating to tho or
gans of elimination, especially tho skin
and kidneys, and so beneficial In so
Excellent Roadway in Colorado.
mnn from tho section whero Secrctaiy
Jumes Wilson was born, wa3 a genius.
Ho llgurcd that by putting stone on
tho road, tho wheels of tho wngon,
especially It broad tired, would gradu
ally wear down theso stones and fur
nlsh a filler. He did a, great service
to his country. Hut tho automobile
has come In. It has no iron tires;
henco it makes no filler. On the othor
hand, it sucks out tho filler and throws
It out in the air. It pries the stones
apart, and then wo havo what Is called
a "raveled" road, that Is, a roau cov
ored over with loose stones, tho mean
PHt kind of a road to travel over. 1 nat
Is tho reason tho macadam road falls
nminr modern travel. Wallace'?
Ration for Sitting Hens.
Wholo corn Is tho best ration for
sitting henB. Glvo thom all thoy will
ent of It onco a day. Don't feed tho
Bitters with tho rest of tho flock.
Thoy should havo aomo grass, also
clean, fresh water to drink, some grit
Extremes to Avoid.
"Ono of tho Important factors In
roadmaklng Is to control tho molsturo
coutont of tho soli In making up tho
roadbed. When tho boII is dry
crumbles to dust nnd when It con
tains too much water it becomes muu
Theso aro two extremes to avoid.
Too Much Moisture on Top.
Trees should not bo allowed to
Bhado tho road as this keeps it too
moist on tho surfaco after ralna, so
that travel upolls tho aurfuco.
DON'T VI81T THE CALIFORNIA KS.
POSITIONS Without a supply of Allen's Foot.
Ease, tha antiseptic powder to be shaken Into the
Shoes, or dissolved In the fcot-Uth. The Standard
Remedy for the feet (or 25 years. It elves Instant
relief to tired, achlne feet and prevents swollen,
hot feet. Ono lady writes: I enjoyed every minute
of my stay at the Expositions, thanks to Allen's
Foot-Ease m my stioes. ' tei h iuuaj, ot.
Opposite Cause and Effect.
"I havo such a poor appetite, doc
"That's too much rich food."
rniin own DnuooisT wiix tei.l rot
Try Marine B;e Remedy 'for -Bed, Weak. Watery
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lust Bye comfort. Write for Hook of the Mya
by mall ree. Murine ajm x&cuieur vw
A woman is willing to pity her un
fortunate sisters, but sho draws the
lino at forgiving them.
A grocery clerk not only works'long
hours for a small salary, but hla cus
tomers are nearly all women.
Wash day is smile day if you use Red
Cross Hall Ulne, American made, therefora
the best, inane, auv.
A good cook Is ono who uses plenty
it begins -with a O and smells like "Camphor."
Wliat Is tit fumpliolotuiu, of course. U
H'ere a Jar of Cumpuolatuiu in jronr uomer
or Is It possible you have never used this won
derful remedy, which Is giving thousauds relief
sud comfort every year irora muj -ri
I'llen and Jlomorrliolile, Sore- Byes,
Snrulns, ItlieuniutIui,l'iiennionln, In
sect Ntlnc", Nourulela, Cute, Cliunpcd
Hands, Vuriio and Scalds, and a boat of
other conditions? Von should acquaint your
self with Its household nsefulnesa by taking
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