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A LOCOJIOTIVK HERO.
Because there was no place like the
Home where they used
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This Groat Foap makes home, home indeed. Keeps
everything clean. Keeps the housewife and everybody
happy. Try it. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago.
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
UKI) CLOUD, XJJB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
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Livory oiul t;cod Barn.
au! v:irl!T ;
rj l'.-sH. J.i.1 r rio, bright iKtlcd Imy
:?'! icw rln :iad kwil't home ': oefiirvtl
: I:'!h"i t ro')-ouublo prlct'H.
NOHTM3 M& IffOIuLAND MOU&W.
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jt 77a3 f b o? Shoes 3
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yj; Giit'9 0lCr4i CaHi;rc8s I'Uw She 100 r?
5Z GeiN Oil Graii Unsreji lltw Shoe? I ft 5
ST: Gen'Uiinra x ('chips' I'low Shoe- 1 ftO ZZ
Caliy fcfiff, llio finest l.Ino i'lo'ic Around SEcrc. 3o
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iuuuiuiiiuiii ui ai m iu iiiUiiuiiaii;
THfMRS LUMBER 00.,
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
i:i.u hoys, ik
oti wWli It, 1 II (dl
tui tin' Htoiy. Wlioii
I wan a youth of
clRhtPiMi, nnil lived
wllh my latent, 1
hiiil n lioyliih nmlil
tlon to Ih'coiuo nn
I IiikI lircii rilitcntnl
for loftier ut sult.
liutliiK my i'oIIi'ro
vnciitioii, I coii
Rtuntly lMiini,'i-il ulmiit tho Htntlon. mak
ItiK frlrmls with tho olllpliilo, iitid ca
I'pclnlly with nn ciiKlnccr nnmotl Mlhin
MiuUli'y 1 bcrnmo much iittuchoil to
thin tiiuu, iilthotiKh ho wiih forty your.i
of iikc ami by no i.twum a Hoeluhlo fol
low. Hi wnii my luVal of a hruvi. rklllful.
thoruuvlitiii-d ciiB'.u'fr, ami I looKcd un
to hit. i ,m nnmi'tlilnt: of a luio. Ho wna
not a nuirilcd man, but lived iilono with
IiIh old inotnor. I was u fieiiuunt inltor
at their homii. and 1 think they both
took iiulto a rmir.x to nil In their quiet,
tunlpmotwtratlV" waj .
When thin MmUloy'M fli email left hint,
1 Induced him to lot me take bin plnee
du'-ir.j," tin lenialndi r of my vacation.
Hi' l.i nil ited Koine tlnii bfon he con
Kcnted to humor my boyish whim, but
ho llnally jlelded, and I wan In Kieiit
'I'he fa 't wn that, In my Idleness and
the ovenvoi kcl ntnii or my brain, 1
ciaved for tin. exolti nii'iit, and beMbleH,
I had hui'Ii loiif.-in ilroiiiiw of the lleiy
lde tlirotiRh the bl1l nuunted llteiullv
on the It on Lorn". So 1 bei'iinii an e
jieit llrcman. and 11k d It exceedingly;
for tho I'Mcltcment more than ennt
lieni'Hled for th roii.i woiK 1 wan re
litlrod to do.
lint there cntT!' a t'ir.p wben 1 not my
an or Ncitement. AJin". MutUIey otto
day fnrmnd a .l.m wl.hh wcuieil to
Klvo her a nocd denl of IirjiiiIiichh. It
wan her whi'ji birthday, nnd sin wanted
to iro down to J'bllidilnhlii In the Main
without letthiK hlit know anything
nbciut It, nnd thi"v iiureliuse n inefout
for him. Hhe toou a e Into lief ronll
din n and naked me t itaRlnt her. I nr
ran -ed the iiicllinln-vlr''. Kit her Into
t'ie triln without ImIhk noticed by
Muiklcy, who, of courn, wan btmy with
Tin old lady wan In IiIkIi Kleo over
till! bit of Innocent dc eit,loii Hhe wnH
Iifactlcltif? on hr non. She enjoined mo
n Kit In not to tell Sllu. and then 1 loft
hei nnd took my iil-iee.
It v.'nn h nildHummcr zr nml the
weather wan ilellKhtfu'.
The train was oie which utoppcd ut
the jirltu liul ftnlion' on the loute. On
! thin octanlon, hh there wute two fpeelals
'on the line, It whb tun b telesiaph
I that Ih, the enRlneer had I'l.nply to obey
the InstructionH wakh he received at
each etutloii, o Shut bo Is put nn u
machine In the htindB of one controller,
who directs all trains from a coutr.il
point, mid thus linn tin whole lint under
his oye. If the engineer does not obey
lo the least tilth his older?, It Is ile
titi action to the whole.
Well, wcntartml without mlshnp, nnd
up to time, and easily ronched the llrnt
station In the time allotted to us. As
we stopped there, a boy ran alongside
with tho telegram, which he hnnded to
the eiiKlnrei. Tlu ne.M moment I heard
a hmothored exclamation from Mark
ley. "(io back," he inld to the boy; "tell
Williams to have the message lepeated;
t hero's a mistake."
The boy dashed off; In u few minutes
he came ilyiiiK hack.
"Had It repeated." ho panted. "WU
llami Is stoimlug at you; says theie'n
an mlotake, and j-ou'd best i;et on."
He thrust tho second message up us
Markley lend it, and stood hesitating
for half a minute.
Thtre was dismay and utter perplex
ity In tho cxiiicirtuii of his face as
ho looked at the telegram nnd the long
train behind him. His lips moved as If
he were calculating ehnneon, and hbi
eyes suddenly quailed as he saw death
at the end of the calculation. I was
vvnteblu,; him with considerable curios
ity. I v entitled to nsk him what win
tho mattei, and what ho wan going to
"I'm going to obey," he snld, curtly.
Tho engine gave a long shriek of hor
ror that made me start as If It were
Marltlcy'H own voice. The nest Instant
we fcllpped out the iitation and dashed
through low-lying fuims at u speed
which seemt'd dangeroub to ne.
"I'ut In more i;oa," raid JIarkloy.
I rhovelod in nioie, but took time.
"We nre going' very fast, Markley."
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MAUKLKY ItKAD IT.
Ho did not nuswor. Ills eyes were
llxed on tho stearn-guuge, his lips close
"More ctn," ho said.
I thtow It In. The Holds nnd houses
began to fly past half-been. Wo won
neailni; Dufieme, tho next station.
Mnikloy'.'i eyes went from tho guagc to
tho fnco of tho tltne-pleco nnd back.
Ho moved HKo an automaton. There
was little moro meaning In his face.
"Moiol" ho auld, without turning his
I tool: up tho shovel hesitated.
"Murkley, do you know you arc solng
at the into of sixty miles nn hour?"
I vvns nlurmed at tlto stern, cold rigid
ity of the man. Ills pallor was becoming
frightful. I threw In the coal. At least
wo must ntop at Dufreme. That was
the, next bait. Xbo little town was an
il ttMi hnnihonio youtu
t ; il.iilies. 1'or an hour
loi i, l will; ltitcri3o lonulnit
i lo.mi from which (the hnd
(hi unfit I to ofliMln. -'or tho Inst
ir'.m l,Mil rciie.ttedl.v put up ItPt
lo diBx.1 luldo the curtain and to-
hcrBcIf, hut each time had IiobI
tnte I nnd boon IobI. All hecHUSo of n
sini,-'.o nmnik v, hlch had loncliod hci
own a uioiiieiit lifter bIio lnirriod away
from the clnvli nnd light nnd scurrlrd
In hero, aa voices faintly icnched lnr
lu order that sho might rscnnu moro at-'
teiitlon and In.inu tiattety.
She hnd win ted not to think hut to
uuneinbor: not to re-prom h herself or
uuothor hut to ko over In n iltenni tho
old d.i.v-8 with li she IhougUt dead, hut
which at the sight of a well romeni
hered fun had nent a phost from thelt
Itruvo to haunt lirr.
At flfht nhc had iloubtoil her i'vcb.
Hud It tenlly been ho whom she hnd
neon? Or was It only a remarkable
llkonrpn. IVihnps. she thought, wiU
nn emotion In which the cotiKratulR
tory nlinuhl d.'owned nil litings, It wns
not even the latter, but that r.h hint
forsottrn. Her ilretimu and ir.e;ioilefl
could nut havo been all happy ones,
for on tho huge, fragrant blossom In
which her noeo wiih burled a ill op
gloanjed In tho uioontlRlit. It eoitld
li.irdly havo been dew, iTnloas the
sprites of tho moonlight, plt.vlng tho
poor plant blnomlns no sweetly under
u loof where hoavou's drops could not
icach it, had brought one, swlttly ntnl
Bileutly, nail laid It thero in romom
hrattee. Hut n voice, raised Roinewhnt, an In
iiigitiiient, hi otto Hiiddeiily upon her
loverloB nnd left no room for doubt.
"Mistaken? Oh, no, HreyBon; I could
not forget mo soon. It Is but two years.
She Is not changed at all. 1 should
Know lief unions a thousand."
"Why did you not seek her out? Per
haps bIio him not found It t;o ensy to
forget as alio declined It would be. You
mli;ht have been the happiest mini In
tho world at this moment If you only
had pocketed your prhlo long enough
lo go to her and demand an explana
tion." "Stop light there. I shall never ex
change ono word with her again. If alio
emtio lo inn to-morrow holpleBt, 1
would assist hor aa 1 might the veriest
Btranger--anil leave her like ono when
1 had performed what pervlco 1 could."
She henrd a mulch struck, and tho
odor of a cigarette crept out between
tho edgou of tho curtain. She longed
to bo at liberty. She voninert for free
dom, but, most of all, iMio wished for
llio moral courage to Hep out, haugh
tily excuse humelf nnd walk away, Sho
wondered what effect bitch a course
would have on tho two men. Probably
her old friend would look thundor-
hlruck at Hist. Thon nhc Imagined site
heard tho faint contempt in his lone
us ho nodded to his friend and said:
"Knvesdropplng, It Booms."
Sho wondered what effect It would
have on hki friend, nnd Ihuu, a wonder
grew In her mind as to what this friend
might lio liko,
Thon In tho dnrltnes'i Innldo tho cur
ta'n another mntch was struck, nml tho
stranger's volco remarked:
"Only 11:15. You hardly dnio ven
turo out again unless you want to meet
her face to face. I wonder vncru iter
party nro stopping? Taku my mlvlcu
Tho curtain Bwopt asldo liko a whlil
wltul. A Blight llguro with wild eyes
and liaro iihoulders, chid In resplend
ent dancing gown, stood before them.
No thought now of tho contempt with
which they might think of her. Only
n htartlcd cry;
"Fifteen minuter, paat elovon!
Oh-h-h-h! Tho boat will bo eoiio!"
Ab swiftly aa Clndcralhi lleij f-oin
tho palaco of tho piincu on tho stroke
of the muglc hour, to rapidly Milll
cent rushed dovn t'io stcpa of tho hotel
and nway benenth tho trect of tho mr
round Ing gnrilon to tho vnter'a edco.
Slowly. maJcEtlcnlly, In tho inoonllgl.'.
a groat f.tcamor vviia puttliiK out to sea.
Tho moonlight sparkled on tho wave
In hor wako. On shorn n girl stood
WTlnglng her hand!; or Btretchlng thnin
Biippllcatlngly. toward tho departing
"Oh. what Bhiill I do? What shall I
do?" sho walled upon tho air. "Tho
boat Ifl gone; papa and mnmmn must
bo nsleep and nover nilsaed me."
Tho two mon who hnd followed hor
looked at ono another helplessly. Then
Greyson Dpohc. It was to plnco hlm
uelf entirely at her dupo'ial.
Sho acarcely realized herself how
much uho encouraged Mr. Greyson In
her efforta to ignoro her older frlond,
nor how threat o::orutlon somo of her
glancea at tho latter did. Hut on tho
day provloim to tho arrival of tho riexj
homovard bound vossoi, drcycon took
hla frlond lntotho garden of the hotel
nnd Baid, savngcly:
"Hay, boo hero. You can't piny dog-in-the-manger
any longer. If you do
claro yourself out of tho rnco for Miss
Mllllcoiit'a hnnd, I'm going to try my
luck. My fnto mtmt bo decided boforo
Jack looked meditatively at hlu
frlond, thru ho sahl:
"I think I'll go talk to her now."
"Somo ono overheard his conversa
tion with Mllllccnt for they told mo sho
"Mr. Nnrcourt, I called upon you for
nsfilstanco In my dlfllculty as tho mer
est ncnualntiinco might. Immediately
on my arrival In England I shall sco
that my full indebtedness to you la
Tho ship nost dny carried away two
paiifiongerH who wore early on hoard.
A bridal couple, ns other passengers
Windmills, - Pumps, - Reapers,
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ing of IoiIko.4, the weaving of baslcetd
nnd coarse fabrics, nnd the making of
rude weapons and images.
Of tho twenty-seven royal families of
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Children Cry for
Aro Vlidtlti'; I-Utn Ton T.kiis;'.'
Mis. Do Fashion (nverngo Boclety
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What experience havo you
Applicant I wan onco editor of n
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"Tako that desk there." Now York
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Sl.ilno ."Miiii'h Mmila,
A mnn In Tlioninstown, Me., hns n
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