Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1915)
TIirnSDAY. OCTOIJER 7. ,1913-
rLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
5 . W t 11.(1 I 1 i JKf
Copyriaht. 1B14. by Hamlin Garland
PET.CEIVING Wayi.iiid's return
iriSJ weakness. I'.erca insisted till
1:1s lyins iitwn sg:iiu while she
s.'t to wrk rti:u ing dinner.
-TluTf is no tilling when father wiil
p.i w." she snid. "And Tuny "ill
Ik- liiiuury vt lien lie comes. Lie dwi:
lie obeyed her silently and. going
to the Punk, nt once full asleep. How
long he slept lie could nut tell, but he
Tva-c awakened ly the voice of the
ranker. w!iu was standing i;1 the' lor
way and regarding lierrie with a round
lie a tall. :ivkv.-::rd fellow t -f
about thirty-live, plainly of the fron
tier type. but a man of Intelligence
At the end of a brief explanation Ter
rie said, with an air of cutltorPy :
"Now you'd better ride up the trail.
and bring our camp out lit dowr. Wc
. . . i t
Can t Co lr.X'-a mat way .;uiii.
The ranker glanced toward YVr y Jaru. j
"All ricl.C Miss lierrie. but porter: '
your toiu.eii.-NH neeus a in.-ior.
Way la nil re painfully, but r'c'u'
!r. "Oh. no. I am not sick. I'm a !.
( ii f un i '.
. J 71 rrf-i 2???.t i- f h Y-
ile turned a eouneal j'ianie uin her
"Am I liun.irry? Sister. 1 am a wolf.
Niivross. take tny horses down to tlie
She hast-vd to interpose. "Let uie
Jo that. dadJy. Mr. Nureross is liadly
used up. You see. we started down
here late yesterday afternoon. It was
raining and hotribiy muddy, and I rook
the wroiis trail. The darkness t-au.uht
us. and we didn't run el) the station till
Way land acknowledged his c:il;-
i Hess. 1 t;ius 1 iiuiUe a !ii:t;ii.r. su
per isor; I'm not Lrted for this strenu
Mci'arl.ine was ip.iiel: to understand.
"1 didn't intend to pitchfork yon into
the forest life nrite so suddenly." he
said. 'Ioii"t irive up J" ft awhiie. You'll
harden to it."
"Here ciinics Tony." said I'.errie.
"He'll look after the por.ies."
Ne ert hi-iess Way land went out. te
lievini: that I'.urrjy wished to be alone
with her father for a h"it time.
As he took his seat MeJ-'.-irlane said:
I "You stayed in camp till yesterday aft
! eriioon. did you
1 "Yes. we were expectiTm you every
i lie saw iioJlMii-j in this to remark
upor:. "T'ld it snow at the !r:k?V"
i "Yes. a little; it mostly ramed."
j "It stormed ip on the diviue like a
! January blizzard When did Moort
i end his party arrive':"
j "About l' o'clock this motiiinr."
! "I'il ride riLt up and see tLcm.
i What about the uuttitl' Thai's jit the
j lake. I reckoi.?"
! "Yes. I was just sending To:,y after
: iL lint, father, if you ;:o i:j to Moure's
: camp don't say t-M mneij ; l i:t vhat
j Las hapi-ened. 1'oc': tell them jJVl
j w Ik'ii you took the b
! how Ions; Way!;'iid
as quiet J'.'-iJ kinoccnt as a kitten. 1
hnto iter! She's a deceitful snip!"
"Well. now. dau;':ier. that buinr the
cr.se. it's at! the more certain that lie
don't belong to our world, and you
mustn't fix your mind on keepiui; him
"A 'irl can't help fixing her mind,
'Or chniitrinsr it." Ho Miiih'd a lit
tle. "Y'on used to like CliX Yo'i liked
him ve!l i'!HH)g!i to projnist to mairy
him." ' - : '
"I know 1 did. Uut I dospise liim
"VaoT Cliff: I'-ut 'he tiling we've pot
to u:u'd auniust. is old lady, livldeu's
tiuiiruu. -Shi. and that- lieideu .a'l.?
have it in for' mo; and all thnt has
kept them from open war has been
Cliffs relationship to you. They'll
take a keen delight in making the
worst of ail this camping business."
McI V.rlaue. was now ery rave. "'
wish your mother was here this min
ute. 1 jritcss we had better cut out this
timler cruise and k rihr back."
"No, you mustn't do that. That
uouid only make more talk. Go on
with your pians. I'll stay here with
you. It won't take you but a couple
of days to do the work, and Waylaud
needs the rest."
"Hut suppose Cliff hears of this busi
ness between you and NoriToss and
comes uallop'm over the rh!::c':"
"Well, let him. He has no claim on
'It's all mi,
He ro uneasily.
rNky l-usiness. am! it's my fault,
should never have permitted you
start on this trip."
"I'ou't you worry about me. daddy.
I'll pub through somehow. Anybody
that knows me will understand how
little there i in in old lady lielleti's
sih. I've had a beautiful trip, and I
won't let her nor anybody else spoil it
Wayland was down on tin- bridge
leaning omt th" rail Ii tcntnp to the
roic of th'.' water.
McFarl.ine approa'died -':v,.y. but
v, hen he spoke it w as in bis usual
;ft monotone. "Mr. N'oreross." hf
bewail, with candid irdlect i n. "I am
rerj" sorry to say ir. but I wish you
and tny damrliter had never started
on this trip."
"I know wkat you inc."n. super, jsor.
and I fee! as von do about P. Of
Qourse nore of r.s foresaw ai y sTfh
conipli'-atii.n ;n thN. but now .t we
pre snarled up in ir v.e ': hr lo r-.eike
tlie !est of it. No .,r us :s to
bk'mp. It was all a"' idi-ntai."
Tbo youth's friiuk nrii a:,d his
sv mria t !it if voi- !;:si.rm-i Mrl'nr-
Cut This Gut
2c h Worth Monzy j 1
Cut out Ibis cdvertiscrr.f nt, enclose ka
5 cents to i'oioy L Co., Sht-tiieid i tJ
Ave., Cl.lccp-o, Ilk, iwiting your name j
ar t aJCi'i ( ict riy. l ou will re-
i !IS3 .
ctive in return a tri-1 i-acKaje coa-
(l i Fc'.cy's Ilor.cy c: .- Tar Com-ta-..-7
tf. st.nelsn! fj.Z..llv remeiiv
for coushs, cok.s, c :'.-: , w.iuonirr r-M,
?.rv"ii, ti-Mr: .-s .-iti'., . ncs: In l-'Jg
chest, rt-iPI'e cue: lj: consi-.s. ! I'f
(li) rcicy ICiJncy T"1 :. for over- j Kte
Tcorkefl and disrucrcl kiJnys and I
hln idcr ilT.cr. j-'.n ?:i r.i.ti s and ! f-&
Lutk duo to Kidnoy Tv..ul,li:, sore '!
inu.-'.U'r, pi iff joints, backache and : fr
(3) rob.-r Cathartic TaMrts.w a j fcj?
v. ! U F' V-10 and t i.orr.u:rh:." i.-.-.a.-ins i t-S
csthartic. l,;7icciaUV cair-tortimr to
stout parser v. ' d :x yi'v.r-, riet-ded
l.v ivirvlKK'v with s-iurrrrish hr.wtds
and tt.r-.i.l livr. Yon v.n Iry these
ti.rte funiily remefiScs for cr.!y 5c.
vealed the fact that the pi! nation hail
not in:pro e 1. j
"They forced t ie into n corner." be
saivl peevishly. 'I bed out of :.; e l.iuat.
but they know that on wore here last
r.i-t'.it. of course t key were re pc.-tfi:!
rtiouIi so louir as 1 bad an eye o:j I
them, but their torirrues are iv:iu'?!u - !
As bedtime drew i;c :r Sm took a'
blanket and went to the corral, andj
P.enie :n-i-!ed that bur father and
Wavland .--( apy the btnik. '
'.iivv.k nr. i! e-;t I'd but the sni.ervis it
or said: "Let her alone. She's hetter
ab'e to lepp on ti e tioor than i-ithei'
This was pitfectiy true: but. in spile
of his hrui-ed and aeaii u' body.
would s:hid!v have tab
place bosjdc the stovr
fuiiv unjust that she
physical hardship in addition ti
ni:eaii:e--s of mind.
I'.erci si'.O'ered a rc-t'o-- niirht
most jiainful and broken -die h i I
known i; :.!! ber life. She a knov.-i
ciued that Siona Mo.ce was pret'icr
and that she stood more nearlv oi
per. All h
her own amid rud
era.te v';.nivu. at.'!
alie i!i in he'seir. but the p
' this fact did not briu : , i.SJ
She was ur.f ,.f that tern ' sj-R
er IP'e -he laid bee:, .-ailed 1
o eotntiat the u'eiuents. t
men a n l inec n.d
e had no intel.ti
iifl.t lin.-l r. ,.p
nc ".sc r-iyl '-
'e"--!l . ', at
... i. i ... i,,.. . r.
if. i-yi wl en be
''.ac 1 ack -ifter
;-..u a"'1 L'
c I re. .p.
ai 1 ! e"s
lie dr .i.s
tiie I .
k trail ii tid just
i i.d 1 were in
' ha' i
of yie 'dje- ,..r place t , a pe t o , ffa i
lutttc, no nattier what t ! "o-siji-jpij
"She siail! not h.va her way
Wayland." s':e de'-ided. "I know what
! s!ie wants- she wants l;pti at her side
tomorrow. T'.ut I will n..f bate it so
She is tryntir to -el h.ci a w ay j rem me. i
The more she dwelt on this the In" J j.J
tor her Jealous fever burned. The tluut I
.in whiidi she lav Was fell of knots 'T'
She could lot lose !ier.v.f 1n sieep. life
lis she was. The planks ia lon.ui
turned their soft spots to I., r lies'!, ati
slie roiled from side to -d,,. jn tormei:'
Hit iiiati of a tloii was -;::i. 'e. "1
j " Why not ?"
! She Ic.eie ' e.i
I Cl'.l's o V-i.l kl.
i Mrs. I'.t !den is.
Ml O.'i e.ip
want her to
r r c. Mm xn. . ' - a.i
The Supervisor Waved His Hand.
tie lame, that's all. I'll Z alou with
"No." saitl lierrie dec isively. "You're
not weil enou":h for that. Get up your
iiorses. Tony, and by that time I'd
bale some dinner ready."
"All riubt. Miss livrrit." replied tlie
man ai d turned away.
Hardly had be crossed the bridzo on
his way to the pasture when I'.errie
cried o'.it. "There comes daddy."
Wat Ian 1 j. lined her at the door and
stood (-ide her watching the super
nsi.p a he came ziirzagfiir.?. dowu the
sleep hill to the east with all bis
Jlor-es trailing behind aim roped to
pel !ier head to tail.
"He's had to come iund by Iost
bike." she exclaimed. ' He'll be tired
cut and absolutely starved Waboo!"
hIo- shouted in srei-tin?. and the su
pervisor waved Ids hand.
Tl e:-t w as somt'thini; superb in the
ejihu seat ef the veteran as he slid
'Jowl, the sh oe. kept his place in
the s.;.,i,jn. wi'P th- of tlie rider
to v. hum bun-,''-. f:ttitrti2. windfalls
.tin! stew slide1; w re iill a part of the
day's work, aad wb..u he reined in be
fore tin door and Umpired from his
horse he put hLs arm about his daugh
ter's nick with quiet word: "1 thought
i d ti'i i you here. How is everything":"
"A'i riuht. daddy. ItJt what about
yon": Where have you been?"
"t.lea'j back to Mi 1 urk- The
blamed cay uses kept ju.t ahead of me
ill he w ay."
poor old dad! And ou top of that
cnrti" the snow."
V?:-. and a wlnde hatful, t couldn't
ivoaok oyer the Uilt jkiss. .Had to
o't'i utie by I.'ist lake. lud. to cap all.
Id lt.ildy took a notiuu int to lead.
t)h. I'c !i:id a peach of a time, but
bete I ttiu. Have j ou seen Moore and
'Ac-. tL'.'.i'ie in cam up the trail
Tie and Alec !i"!jcu and two women.
llf JOU til!
I know. 5!iy.s a." av.tal taikii. and oi:
v.-1 being t'-:c;:,r it;, there all that time
xfZi will Ti- e Lor a e'vuec."
A light btok" in op, the supervisor's
brain. In ih. m.Js: ,f Pis preoc.-upa-tion
as a forester he suddenly became
the father. His eyes narrowed and
Lis face datkoi.ed. "That's so. The
old rip could make a whole lot of cap
ital out of your being left in camp
that way. At the same time I don't
believe iu dodgim:. The worst thin
we cot;i.) b would be to try to blind
the trail Was Tony here last nivtht
when you came:"'
"No; he was down
His face darkened
another piece of bad
imi"h does the old
"N'othinc: .it a!:."
'Tn'dn't she cross etamine yon?"
"Sure she did. but Wayland side
trneked her. Of cour-e it only delays
ir.-'s. She'll know all about it soon-
1 u '
. I l'i
. I .
... ...y .
and I'll h.ue
; a j ! ty re
ef. her. '
! 'I i:erc'
ii;c up ."
I.O n.y wife."
the valley after
luck too. How
woman know at
or or Later. She's rcat at putting two
aril two together. Two and two with
her always make live."
.Mci'arl.ine mused. "Cliff wid be
piumu cray if she cots his ear first."
T don't care anything abottt ."!ifT.
dr.ddy. I don't care what he thinks or
does if lie will only let Wayland alone."
"See here, dauirkter. you do seem to
be terribly interested in this tourist.""
"He's the finest man 1 ever knew,
He looked nt her wPh tender, trust
ing glance. "He isn't your kind, dn utrh
tcr. He's a niee clean boy. but he's
dlfJercnt. He dn't belong iti our
world. He's only just stopping here
Pmi't forget that."
"I'm not forgetting that, daddy. I
know he's different. That's why 1 like
him." After a pause she added: "No
body could have been nicer all through
these days than lie has been. He was
like a brother."
Mcrarlaue fixed a keen slan"e upon
lipr. "Has he said anything to you":
Ild you come to an understanding?"
Her eyes fell. "Not the way you
mean, daddy, but I think he likes me
liut do you know who he is? He's the
son of W. W. Xorcros.s, that big Mich
McFarkme started. "How do you
know Unit?" ..
"Mr. Moore asked liim if he was any
relation to W. W. Norcross.. and he
said. 'Yes. a son." You should -Li'ive
Seen bow that. Moore girl changod ber
tune the moment he admitted, that.
She'd been very free with him up to
that time. Hut when she found out
tie was a rich man's son she became
I a i' an.-
, M.d'ariatie po
j head off Ma no 1
j talk w itt. Moon
i siaa' ie chap."
"l'.ut you for-" i
j bearer. Moore's
I "That's so. :
I I.t.rJ. we i: re i.
ise trying to cover anytl
i Hi IV was the place f.
spi'tik up Mai say, "Ne'
! g'.t:g to :i?k I'.errie to
I -''.nt he couldn't do it. S
I ill bis throat wki h VC. cuted
I A : trance rejt'.igna l-e. a kind of stil
J leu resentment at being for-ed into a
declaration kept kirn silent, and Mc
I'arhine. disappointed, wondering and
bltrt. kept silence ais .
Nofcross was the lirst t speak. "Of
course those who know your daughter
will not listen for an iu-iant to the
story of an unclean old thing like Mrs.
"I'm not so sure about thai." re
plied the father gloomily. "People al
ways listen to sm h stories, ami a girl
always gtds the worst ,,f :1 situation
like this. Prrrie's been brought up to
take care of herself, and she's kept
clearer critieism .s,, f.-,r ,r.t with Cllf
o;t edge and this .l,l jip snooping
around" nis mind suddenly ' hanged.
"Your "being the son of a ri' b man
won't help any. Why didn't you tell
me who y ou were?"
"I didn't think it necessarv. What
difference does it make? I have noth
ing to do ivith my father's business,
nis notions of forest speculation are
"it would have made a difference
with me. and it might have made a
difference with I'.errie. She mightn't
have been so free iith you ri the start
If she'd known who you were. You
looked sick and kind of lonesome, and
that worked on her sympathy."
"I was sick and I was lonesome, and
she has been very sweet and lot c.'y to
me. and It breaks my heart to think
that her kindness and your friendship
should bring all this trouble and sus
picion upon her. Let's go op to the
Moore ' ami) and hat e it oui with them, i
I'll make any statement tou think tn
1 reckon the lsS said about it the
iK'tter, responded the older man. "I'm
going up to the camp, but not to talk
about my daughter."
"How can you help it? They'll force
lf they do I'll force thctn to let it
alone. retorted MT'arlaije. but he I
shall go b e.ne t'Uiio"ro
Wayland with me. I v
ldni going with that gir
The hard trit. of tae day
bad seemingly .lone Km no it
I ll!H .st
norma! s.-'f. "To
able to ride again.
d her to 1
t bav-ry B
t's s: liiHef K
bef a , E
wio ;itj U
llii.tmht jt-i g
reeoiaa.ed her to la f hard bed. :i'!i-:f
did let lo d: bey o'd the long, delicious
day wlhb. fiiv mast sj.emi in ret u -n-,
ing to t spt ings. j
Sdie fell asleep at pt and v. a.s a w ak '
ened only by ber fat her tinkering about j ijbr
(To lie Continued.)
LOST Many hoes representing a
large nmouitt cf money, by stockmen
who don't know the grca.t saving anil
ptotection afforded by Vesey's .Star
Ar.ti-C'holeia, or who t.re too caielc.-:".
or short-sighted to cat! on Gerinjr ':
Co. and lay in a supply before it is teo
Hest thing: for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver r.nd sluggish
bowels. Ste.ps a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough ami
satisfactory flushing no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. Ask for
Citrolax. Sohl everywhere.
10 sections of f.40 acres each will go
r.t ?r.00 per acre; SoOO down, balance
5 years at (i per cent. Plenty farm
lard on each section .and plenty of
e-ood pasture and hay.
One section of ;) acres, can farm
300 acres, 'ID acres broke; all fenced.
Can put up 1500 tons of hay. Right
now at $8.00 per acre. Easy terms;
all fine neighborhood. Schools. Only
10 to 12 miles from good town. Raise
anything you plant. Fine corn land.
is close to where the Hild boys
I will be in town until October 10th,
at night. Call Will go out with
you next week. C. D. Schleicher.
J. S. Gapen of Mandcrson, Wyom
ing, who has been here visiting with
-vert away disappointed and sorrow-j his brothers, Oscar and Lloyd Gapen,
-"k' (for 3 week, departeel this morning on
"A ceD the supervisor returned from the earlyr Burlington tarin for his home Iv. S. Gymnasium Girls Saturday even-
'. OA oimn snnii'Jhin" in ma TTiniia-r ru. I
By LIVY S. RICHARD
XT ERY wise was Shake-
speare. You remember
he wrote: 'The apparel oft
proclaims the man. "
Judge for yourself if this isn't true.
How do YOU "size up" a man
the first time you see him?
Not by his Brains. It takes time for
them to come to a show down.
Not by his Character. Character
can't be snap shotted.
You judge him, you HAVE to jucJgc him, first cfT, by hi
APPEARANCE and that means more thn the hang of
his jaT or the cut cf nis hair; it also means whether his
clothes fit and whether he dresses in good taste.
RockefeIl3r, Wilson, Edison, any mun -whose money or repu
tation is made, can wear any old thing and folks wi;!
either not notice his s'ouchiness because tliirJiinr; cf villi
they know he has done or they wiil charge it up to the
"whirrzs of genius."
Incidental!', Wilson and Rockefeller are Loth good dressers.
BUT YOU, Mr. Average Man, haven't sot
the "genius" excuse. YOUR RENOWN
has yet to be accumulated. So it's very de
cidedly wise for you to put your best foot
I was in a great department store the other day watching thr
waiting line at the employment office. Dozens of EAGER
youth LONGED to plant their feet on the first rungs of a
career thnt would ladder them up among the W2.nnamak
ers, Marshal d Fields, Filenes.
Who do cu s j.pp.o3e LOST GUT?
In eveo' instance ike fellow wlic looked SHABBY and
The employment manager tcld me afterward he dcn't juc'g?
appliants clothing by its qualil'.
"It c:y be cheap, because when a fellow's poor he, of course,
can't buy broadcloth," he said. "But, it s cot lo be neat.
clean and indicative of pood taste. I can't take chances on
a youngster who dosen't think enough of appearances to
take pains rot lo look mussy
So take a friendly tip, dear sir and brother.
N j 0
Georpe A. Meisinper, Mrs. Eva Mci
s?r.rer and L. G. Mcisiigrer and wife
we-c Omaha pascnpors this morriinp:.
vh?:e they will visit at St. Joseph'?
hospital with Mrs. George A. Meisinjr
cr, who is to be operated on there toil.-,
Rev. A. F. rioctz and
have been vi. itintr here and utter. Jed
icd this afternoon for their home
Rev. L. Frank of iVnca, Oklaho'jui.
who has Pccn heie v i " t i wih i.'cv .
day -, dep-.rte 1
n inrir.l.s. de- ! .1. H. Ster-cr for ;i f. .-- d-
in.i- niorninjr fo- hi- horr,.
K. J. Horning, who has been heic
vi?iun;r with his brother, Den Horn
vrz, for some time, eleparteel this
n-.ornint? feir his home at Nelson. Neb.
Fred Krueper of I'eikins county i.; I
here for a few days visiting wPh his
olel friends in this locality.
i a-.'ci rnoar.icd '
Omaha by !-
Aram IJild, one of th
faimc:s of i.he
Philip Heil came in this mornir.p:
from his farm home near Cedar Creek
TU. rr.imrts his brother as beinc about and departed on the early Burlinpton
the same in health as for the past few
by Louis I'rk
accompan ii- I
iiriih, motored in fr
home vestL" hi v aft
Mr. .nd Mrs. Will Woodard of
Crete. Neb., were visitinp here over
iiipht as pucsts at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Parclay, departing
this morninp fer thci- home. Mrs.
Woodard is a sister of Mrs. Barclay.
Miss Gunhild Holmberp of Wauta,
Nt h., who has been here visitint? with
relatives and friends, departed this
morning for Omaha, "where she will
visit for a short time before returning
train for Omaha to attend the carnival
in that citv.
: t : i
j prion to attend the funeral of the law
i Mr.-. James M:-Cu!ioch.
Mrs. ()-:car Gapen and her
Mrs. L. I). Shiik, of Fairfield, Io
were visitors in the metropolis toduy
for a few hours, taking in the sights
of the metropolis.
George liar--hman i Aora an t V.'.
M. T: oop of Nchawka mo:oi-ed to th.-
guest, ! (.;v vcsterdav to attend to iomv irr-
i po-tant business matters.
C. I.. TtfTt of Wei
in tlie cit for u feu 1 or
?Irs. Freel Spangler and sister, Miss
Mildred Lui ke, were among those go-:
ing to Omaha "this morning, vhcie
they will visit for the elay attending
the Sunday meetings.
today looking atfer
the district curt.
in hi nianuerre-l in the west.
Ilencmbrr the dance given by the
j ir.g, October 9th, at the K. S. hall.
August Noltir.g came in this morn
ing from Chase county, where he had
been for a few days looking over the
land ' prospects there.
Geo-rrc L. Hill and wife of Mr .A I
lister, Oklahoma, are hero enjoying
short virit ui the home of C. E. (' '.
and wife, at their home ju-t south of
The Journal delivered at your door
for only 10 cents a week.
Powered by Open ONI