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THE CIRCULAR 5X4IRCASC
ILWSTMTiOm BY WW!?
Mlxii limes. HpliiHtcr mid Kunnllnn or
(Iprirmlo anil llitli'py, i-mIiiIiIIhIipiI summer
lir:uliiinrlirH id 8iuitiynlili Tlio BcrviintH
.lovri. (ii'ttnidi' mill MiilHi-y tirrlvti Willi
Jack ll.illey. Tim liiiii."!- wuh awnUotiLMl ly
ii ii'vohir iiliot inn! AiiiiiIiI AiiiiBtronjc
wan fdliml nhnl lo ilrulli III tilts hull. .Mini
Inner fnnml HiiIhcj-'h rnviilwr on tlio
Inwn. Hi- mill .liuk llnllcy liiul illmin
iiiMicil, (iMtriiiln nsvciiiod t Kit sliu wart
iTiKfiKuil to JncU llullcy. with whom hIio
Inllicd In IIih Iillllmtl room Hhortly before
Ihn munlur. Detective Jiimli'Hon uucusrd
MImh Inni-H of ImlillnK liii('l uvldonro. Ho
ItniirlfKini'O mi IntrtidtT In mi empty room,
rim inlr.iiiirrj!m'ii)id. llurtnulii wits mm.
fiOi'li'd hpcmifo of nn Injured foot. I nl
hey retiiiprnifl ami nayii lui and Unlloy
wito culled away by it teleRrnm. Cashier
Hmlry of l'anl Armntroim h lmiiK, de
fnnct. wiw nrri'Htftl fin embezzlement,
l'anl AriiintrtniK'H death wn nnnouneeil.
llalHpy'a llnncee. Limine Armstrong, told
Hillary Hint whllo alio iitlll loved lilm, hIio
won to mfirry another. It developed that
Dr. Wa liter wiih tlio man. IiiIho wa
round at Hie Imttiim of thu circular utalr
kihp. tleeovrrlm; roiwIoiiHiii'iM. hIip nald
noinclliliiK hail brindied hy her on tho
ttnlrwuy and nho fainted. Hallpy Is huh
peeled of AiiTintronn'H murder. After
'mppIiib a KlioHt." ThoiiiiiH. tho iiidKeUoop
r, wna fiinnd dead with a allp In h In
pnrltPt ln-orillK tin' mime of "I.iipIpii al
liifp." Mr. Wnllicr miked Miss limes to
vacate In favor of Mrx. ArniHtiomr. HIio
ri'fitHPil. A nolo from Itiilley to ilurlrudo
nrninulMK a nipntlnt! at nlKlit vn.s found.
A laildcr out of placo decpent thu mya
(pry. CHAPTER XXIII Continued.
Apparently only n low minutes
ulupscid, during which my oyos wcro
lit'cnmliiK ncctiHtomcd to tho (Iiu'Iuicrh.
Thou I notlcod that tho windows were
rolloctliiR n fnlnt plnklwh light; Llddy
noticed It at tho mtum tlmo, and I
hoard hor Jump tip. At that moment
Hain'ii deep volco boomed from nome
wlicro Jimt below.
"I-'iro!" he yelled. "The Rtablo'u cm
I could see him In the ularo dnuclni;
tip and down on the drive, and a mo
ment Inter Unltsoy joined him. Alex
waft uwnlto and running down the
Htulnt. and In five minutes from tho
tlmo the lire wan discovered three of
the maids were Blttlni; on their trunks
In the drive, although, excepting a few
Hiarl(n, there was no flro nearer than
Gertrude seldom loses Iter presence
ofmtuil, and tdioran to tho tolophone.
Hut by tho time thu Casanova volun
teer flro department came, tolling up
tho hill the Btablo was a furnace, with
tho Dragon Kly safo but blistered,
In tho road. Some gnsollno exploded
just as tho volunteer department got
to work, which shook their nerves as
well as tho burning building. Tho
fitnble, being on a hill, was a torch to
attract tho population from every di
rection Tho stnblo was off the west wing. I
hardly know how I came to think of
the circular staircase and tho tin
guarded door at its foot. Llddy was
putting my clothes Into sheets, pre
paratory to to.tslng them out tho win
dow, when I found her, and I could
, hardly persuade her lo atop.
"I want you to cotno with me,
I ilddy." I said. "Itrlng a candle and a
couple of blankets."
Sho lagged behind considerably
when hIio saw me making for the east
wing, and at tho top of tho staircase
"I am not going down there," she
"Thero Is no one guarding tho door
down there," I explained. "Who
knows? this may bo a scheme to
draw everybody away from this end
ot tho house, and let soma one In
Tho inBtant I had said It I was con
vinced I had hit on tho explanation,
anil that perhaps It was already too
late. It seemed to me as I listened
that I heard stealthy footsteps on tho
east porch, but thero was so much
shouting outside thnt It was lmpt)s
slblo to toll. Llddy was on tlio. point
"Very well," I said, "then I shall go
down nlono. Itun buck to Mr. llalsoy's
room aud got his revolver. Don't
Hhoot down thu stairs It you hear a
uolso; remember I shall bo down
there. And hurry."
1 put tho candle on tho floor at the
top ot tho atalrcaso and took off my
bedroom sllppera. Then I ervpt down
tho Btalw, going very slowly, and
llBtonlng with all my cars, .lust at the
foot of tho stairs l stubbed my too
against Halsey's big chair, and had to
atand on one foot in u boundless agony
until tho pain subsided to a dull ache.
And then I knew I was right. Somo
ono had put a koy Into tho lock, and
was turning It. For somo reason It
refused to work, and tho koy was
withdrawn. Thero was n tnuttorlng of
voices outside; I had only a second.
Anothor trial, and tho door woukl
open. The candlo abovo mndo a faint
gleam down tho well-llko staircase,
and at that moment, with a second,
no moro, to spare, I thought of a plan.
Tho heavy oak chair almost filled
tho space botweon tho nowel post nnd
tho door. With a crash I had turned
tt on Us sldo, wedging it against
the door, Its legs against tho stairs. I
could hear a fnlm scream from Llddy
at tho crash and thon she camo down
tho stairs on a run, with tho rovolver
hold straight out in front ot her.
"Thank God," sho said, In a shaking
volco. "t thought it was you."
I pointed to tho door, and sho un
derstood. "Call out of tho windows at tho
other end of tho liouso," I whlaporod.
"Uun. Tell them not to wait for anything"
SB I, - M MOll'LL- jrr-rrrr rrfeaLi
It Went Off, Right
Sho went up tho stairs at that, two
at a time. Kvldently sho collided
with the candle, for it went out, and
I wan loft In darkness.
I wns really astonishingly cool. 1
remember stepping over tho chair and
gluing my oar to the door, and I shall
never forget feeling it give an inch or
two there in the darkness, under a
steady pressuro from without. Hut
tho chair held, although I could hear
au ominous cracking of ono of the
legs. And then, without tho slightest
wnrning, tho cardroom window broko
with a crash. I had my finger on tho
trigger of tho rovolver, mid as I
jumped It went off, right through tho
door. Somo ono outside swore round
ly, and for tho first tlmo I could hear
what was said.
"Only a scratch. . . . Men are at
tho other end of tho house. . . .
Have tho whole rat's nest on us."
And a lot of profanity which I won't
write down. Tho voices were at the
broken window now, and although l
was trembling violently, I was de
termined thnt 1 would hold them until
help came. I moved up the stairs un
til 1 could see Into the cardroom, or
rather through It, to tlio window. As
I looked a small man put his leg over
the sill and stepped Into the room.
The curtain confused him for a mo
ment; then he turned, not toward me,
but toward tho billiard room door. I
fired again, and something that was
glass or china crashed to tho ground.
Then I rnn up the Btalrs and along the
oorrldor to tho main staircase. Oor
trudo wns standing there, trying to
locate tho shots, and I must havo
been a peculiar figure, with my hair
in crimps, my dressing-gown flying, no
slippers, and a revolver clutched in
my hnnd. I had no tlmo to talk.
Thero was tho sound or footstops In
the lower hall, and some ono bounded
up tho stairs.
I had gone Hersork, I think. I
leaned over tho stalr-rall and fired
again. Ilalscy, below, yelled at me.
"What avo you doing up there?" ho
yelled. "You missed me by an Inch."
And then I collapsed and fainted.
When 1 camo around Llddy was rub
bing my temples with enu do quinine,
nnd tho nenrch was In full blast
Well, tho man was gone. The Btablo
burned to the ground, while the crowd
cheered at every falling ratfer, and
the volunteer flro department sprayed
it with a garden hose. And lu tho
houso Alex and llalsey searched every
corner of the lower floor, finding no
The truth of my story wns shown
by the broken window and the over
turned chair. That tho unknown had
got upstairs was almost Impossible.
He had not used tho main staircase,
thero was no way to the upper floor
In the east wing, and Llddy had boon
at tho window, In the west wing,
where tho servants' stair went up. Hut
wo did not go to bed at all. Sam Ho
hannon and Warner helped In tho
search, and not a closet escaped
scrutiny. Kven tho ccllnrs wero given
a thorough overhauling, without re
sult. Tho door in tho cast entry had
n holo through It where my bullet had
gone. The holo Blunted downward,
and tho bullet wns embedded In tho
porch. Somo reddish stains showed Itf
had dono execution.
"Somebody will walk lame," Ilalsey
said, when ho had marked tho coarse
of tho bullot. "It's too low to havo hit
anything but a leg or foot."
From thnt tlmo on I wntchod ovcry
porson I met for n limp, and to this
day tho man who halts In his walk is
nn object of suspicion to mo. Hut
Casanova had no lamo men; tho near
est approach to it was an old fellow
who tended tho snfoty gates at tho
railroad, and ho, I lourned on inquiry,
had two artificial legs. Our man had
Throuoh the Door.
gone, and the large aud expensive
stable at Sunnysldo was a heap of
smoking rafters and charred boards.
Warner swore the flro was incendiary,
and in view of tho attempt to enter
the house, there teemed to bo no
doubt of it.
If Ilalsoy had only taken mo fully
Into his confidence through the whole
affair It would havo been much sim
pler. If ho had been altogether frank
about Jack llalley, and if tho day aftor
the lire ho had told mo what ho sus
pected, thero would havo been no har
rowing period for all of us, with the
boy In dnngor. Hut young people re
fuso to profit by tho experience of
their elders, and sometimes tho elders
are the ones to suffer.
I was much used up tho day after
tho fire, and Gertrude Insisted on my
going out. The machine was tempo
rarily out of commission, and tho car
riage horses had been sent to a farm
for the summer. Gertrudo finally got
a trap from tho Casanova llverymnn,
and wo went out. .fust as wo turned
from tho drive into the road wo passed
a woman. She had put down a small
valise, and stood Inspecting tho houso
and grounds minutely. I should hard
ly have noticed hor had It not boon
for the fact that she had been horribly
disfigured by smallpox.
"Ugh!" Gertrudo said, when we nnd
pnssed, "what a face! I shall dream
of It tonight. Get up, Flinders."
"Flinders?" I asked. "Is that the
"It Is." Sho flicked the horse's
stubby mane with tho whip. "He
didn't look like a livery horse, and
tho liveryman said ho had bought
him from tho Armstrongs when they
purchased a couple of motors and cut
down the stable. Nice Flinders good
Flinders was certainly noi a com
mon nnmo for n horse, and yet tho
youngster at Richfield had named his
prancing, curly-halrod little horse
Flinders! It sot me to thinking. .
At my request Ilalsey had already
sent word of tho fire to tho agent
fjrom whom mo had secured the house.
Also, liu had called Mr. .lamleson by
telephone, and somewhat gunrdedly
had told him of tho previous night's
events. Mr. .lamleson promised to
come out thnt night, and to bring an
other man with him. I did not con
sider It necessary to notify Mrs Arm-
strong, In tho village. No doubt sho
knew of the flro, and lu view of my
refusal to give up the house an Inter
view would probably have been un
pleasant enough, nut as wo passed
Dr. Walker's white and green houso
I thought of something.
"Stop here, Gertrude," I said. "I
am going to got out."
"To. seo Louise?" sho asked.
"No, I want to ask this young Wulkor
Sho was curious, I knew, but I did
not wnlt to explain. I went up tho
walk to tho houso, whero a brass sign
at tho sldo announced tho office, and
Wont In. Tho reception room ' was
empty, but from tho consultation
room beyond came tho sound of two
voices, not vory nmlcablo.
"It is an outrageous flguro," somo
ono wns storming. Thon tho doctor's
quiet tono, evidently not nrgulng,
moroly Btntlng something, nut I had
not tlmo to listen to somo person
probably disputing his bill, bo I
coughed. Tho voices censed at once;
a door closed somewhere, und the doc
tor cnterod from tho hull of tho houso.
Ho looked sufficiently surprised at seo
"Good afternoon, doctor," I ea'ld
formally. "I shall not keep you from
your patient. I wish merely to ask a
"Won't you sit down?"
"It will not be necessary. Doctor,
lias any ono como to you, either early
this morning or today, to have you
treat a bullet wound?"
' Nothing so stnrlllng has happened
to mo," ho said. "A bullet wound!
Things must bo lively nt Sunnyslde."
"1 didn't say It was at Sunnysldo.
Hut as It happens, it was. If any such
case conies to you, will It bo too much
troublo for you to let me know?"
"I shall bo only too happy," he said.
"I under.stnud you havo had a fire up
there, too. A lire and shooting In one
night is rather lively for a quiet place
"It Is as quiet as a holler-shop," I
replied, as I turned to go. '
"And you are still going to stay?"
' Until I am burned out." I respond
ed. And then, on my way down the
Btrps, I turned around suddenly.
"Doctor," 1 usked at a venture,
"have you ever heard of a child
named Lucien Wallace?"
Clever as ho was, his face changed
and stiffened. Ho was on his guard
again in a moment.
"Lucien Wallace?" he repeated.
"No, I think not. There are plenty of
Wallaces around, but I don't know any
I was as certain as possible that
ho did. People do not He :endlly to
me, and this man lied beyond a doubt.
Hut there was nothing to bo gained
now; his defenses were up, und I left,
half irritated and wholly baffled.
Our reception wan entirely different
at Dr. Stewart's. Taken Into the
bosom of the family nt once, Flinders
tied outside and nibbling tho grass at
the roadside. Gertrude and I drank
some hotne-mndo elderberry wlno and
told briefly of tho fire. Of tho more
serious part of the nlghfs experience,
of course, wo said nothing. Hut when
at last we had left the family on the
porch nnd tho good doctor was unty
ing our steed, I asked him the same
question I had put to Dr. Walker.
'Shot!" ho said. "Bless my soul,
no. Why, what have you been doing
up at the big houso, Miss Innes?"
"Somo ono tried to enter the house
during the tire, and was shot and
slightly injured," I said hastily.
"Please don't mention it; we wish to
mako us little of It as possible."
There was ono other possibility, and
wo tried that. At Casanova Btatlon I
saw the station master, and asked him
If nny trains left Casanova between
one o'clock and daylight. There was
nono until C a. m. Tho next question
required more diplomacy.
"Did you notice on tho six o'clock
train any person any man who
limped a little?" I asked. "Please
try to remember; wo are trying to
trace a man who was seen loitering
around Sunnyslde last night before
lie was all attention In a moment.
"I wns up there myself at tho tire,"
ho said volubly. "I'm a member of
tho volunteer company. First big flro
we've hail since the summer house
burned over to the club golf links.
My wife was saylu' the other day,
'Dave, you might as well 'a' saved the
money In that there helmet and shirt.'
And here last night they camo In
Imhdy. Rang that bell so hard I
hadn't tlmo scarcoly to got 'em on."
"And did you see a man who
limped?" Gertrude put ill, aB he
stopped for breath.
"Not at the train, ma'm," he said.
"No such perBon got on hero today.
Hut I'll tell you where I did seo a
man thut limped. I didn't wnlt till the
company left; thero's a fast freight
goes through at 4:45, and I had to
got down to thu Btatlon. I seen thero
wasu't much moro to do anyhow at
the fire wo'd got tho flames under con
trol" Gertrude looked at me aud
smiled "so 1 started down the bill.
There was folk here and there goln'
home, and along by tho path to the
Country club I seen two men. One
was a short follow. Ho was sitting on
a big lock, his back to mo, and he
had something white lu his hand, as if
he was tying up his foot. After I'd
gone on a piece I looked back, and he
was hobbling on nnd excuse mo, miss
ho was swearing something sicken
(TO nn CONTINUKU.)
Marvels of Modern 8urgery.
Knife operations on tho stomach
havo given a death rato of from one
to 20 per cont., against 20 to 40 por
cent, ton years ago. Cutting opon
tho upper abdoinon, splitting tho
stoinueh opon and turning It wrong
sldo out, searching for cancers nnd
ulcers, has becomo n not uncommon
operation, often followed by great
cures and benoflta, and Is largoly an
Amorlcan specialty. Now York
Phllatetism His Hobby.
State Senator I2rnost R. Ackorman,
of Now Jersey, who Is now enjoying
his nnnual trip abrond, Is ono of the
best known nnd most enthusiastic col
lectors of postngo stamps In this coun
try. So largo Is his collection that ho
baa aot apart ono room In his homo
In Plalnflold na u stamp room, in
which nro somo of tho rnroBt of
stamps, so dear to tho heart of the
Snmhty Sctool Ltisoa for StpL 11, 1910
Specially Arranged for This Paper
LESSON THXT.-Mallhcw 22:l-. Mem
ory verses 8. 9.
GOLDEN TEX.T.-"Mnny nro called,
but few nro chospn." Matthew 22:14.
TIMB.-Tupndny. April 4, A. D. 30. Thrco
days before tho Crucifixion.
PLACE. Tho Tcmplo court at Jeru
salem. Suggestion and Practical Thought.
Tho Kingdom ot Heaven LIko a
Wedding Feast. Vs. 1, 2. And Jesus
answered tho unspoken needs, dcslre3,
and questions of tho people. Hy para
bles, tho most plcttiresquo method,
compelling nltcutlon, but not antagon
istic. Tho enemy could not easily at
tack it, whllo lo those who wished
to know it wns full ot light.
Tho kingdom of heaven, tho now
order which he enmo to establish on
earth, In which each citizen lived ac
cording to the laws of heaven. Tho
king represented God. Tho son was
Jesus Christ. ,
Tlild feast represents all tho bless
ings which God has provldod In his
go&pol, enjoyed In largo measure here,
and perfected In heaven. Tho em
phasis Is on tho marriage, tho union
between Christ and his people. It la
tho highest Ideal of love and friend
ship. It expresses Intimate fellowship
with God, the mutual love and delight
In ono anothor, tho protecting carp on
tho one hand and perfect trust on tho
other, tho unity of purpose, of char
acter, of hope, the abiding forovor In
ono perfect home, all of which belong
to tho union of Christ with believers.
Tho Invitation. Vs. 3, 4. And sent
forth his servants to call them that
wero bidden. Literally, "to call tho
called," to summon those who had pre
viously been Invited; because they
had no timepieces, nnd tho hour when
tho feast could bo ready was very un
certain. This custom Is not now ob
served "very strictly ninong tho com
mon people, nor in cities where west
ern manners have greatly modified tho
Oriental; but in Lebanon It still pre
vails. If a shell; begs, or emeer In
vites, he nlwnys sends a servant to
call you at the proper time. Theso
having refused to come, ho sent forth
other servants, who wcro "not merely
to invito to, but to command the feast,
with a view to create a desire." He
hold, I havo prepared my dinner: my
oxen und my fatllngs, I. c., smaller
animals, as lambs, calves, specially
fed for tho occasion. All things nro
How tho Invitation Was Received.
Vs. .1-0. They refused without giving
nny reason, they would not come. They
simply did not regard the Invitation
as worth attending to. They treated
it with indifference. They plead other
Interests. Their farm duties, their
business gains, weighed moro than
their klng'a Bervlce nnd good will.
Others displayed active opposition.
Tho Icing . . . was wioth. Any
ordinary earthly king would bo angry
at the Insult, nnd Indlgnnnt at tho fol
ly ot those that refused, ami would
feel tho necessity of punishing those
who openly rebelled in the net of re
fusing. There wub no other way of
preserving his kingdom. God's "an
ger" 1b nover passion, novor deslro to
harm even tho worst of bolngs, but a
burning indignation against wrong.
Go yet therefore into tho highways.
Or, "tho partings of tho highways,"
the cross-road', tho placos whero
great numbers meet, "tho broad, well
troddon ways of tho world."
Gather together all . . . both
bad and good, whoover was willing to
como and by that very act showed
that they wanted to bo good.
Tho fullness ot tho tlmo had come.
Tho preparations wero complete
Everything was prepared for tho re
demption of man heaven, love, tho
atonement, tho strongest motives, tho
power of tho Holy Spirit. Tho world
was in the beBt condition for tho com
ing of Christ. Never beforo or slnco
has thero been so fitting a time ono
government, ono languuge, poace,
roads, synagogues of tho Jews every
where. Tho slaying of tho anlmnls is
an allusion to cacrlflco. Only when
tho Lamb waB slain on Calvary wero
all things ready for tho mnrrlago. Tho
long preparations for tho Gospel wero
completed; tho forerunner had dono
his work; Jesus himself had coma
from Heaven, nnd hnd tnught tho
Jews tho divine message.
Tho leading .Tows had very much at
stake their country, tholr holy city,
their temple, their synngogues, their
rank aud wealth, their leadership of
tho people They wore so busy with
theso, thoy wero so afraid thoy would
loso them if thoy accopted tho humblo
Nazarcno as tholr teachor, and obeyed
his prcccptfl, that thoy wero unwill
ing even to consider his claims.
Tho kingdom of God wns trans
ferred from the Jewish nation to tho
Gentiles. Tho Jowb henceforth, Instead
of being tho pcoplo and kingdom of
God, would bo n mero Semitic nation
ality. Many of them then nnd slnco
belong to tho kingdom or tho Messiah.
Tho Messianic kingdom Is today tho
mightiest power on earth.
Thero has novor been a king on
earth with a tithe of tho power nnd
influence, and of tho number of sub
jects which King Jesus today poa
Besses. Tho world 1b still full of oxcuaos for
not coming, many of them mero ox
cuscfl, but wo must look much dcopor
for the real roasons. And wo should
bo far moro careful to understand nnd
romovo tho reason's than to try to an
swer their excuses. It is for this rea
son that much of tho arguing with ir
rollglous inon is bo useless. It is llko
scraping tho furred tonguo, but leav
ing tho fpvor.
A MARVELOUS RECOVERY.
How a Chronic Invalid Regained Per
Mm. Ray Trusnor, 30 West Third
St., Now Albany, Ind., Bays: "Kidney
dlsoaao had rendored mo a chronlo
invalid. I lay in bed
unablo to movo hand
or foot. My right
limb was swollen to
twlco normal bIzc. I
looked tho picture ot
death and my caso
puzzled tho doctors.
Tho kidney secret Ions
were highly colored and scalded terri
bly. Marked Improvement followed
tho tiso of Doan's Kidney Pills. In six
weeks I wns a well woman. My friends
and relatives marvel at my recovery."
Remember tho namo Doan's.
For snlo by all dealers. CO cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
Talking to the Child.
"Mrs. X talks to Uttlo Madge
just as Mr. X talks to their dog,"
said a little girl of a neighboring fam
ily. And It was Indeed true Mrs.
X Is a very well-meaning woman
and would be greatly surprised It sho
should hear tho foregoing statement.
She has blmply unconsciously acqulrod
a harsh tone of voice In dealing with
hor children. This Is altogether un
necessary and Is not, ns many moth,
era seem to think, a mark of good dis
cipline. The mother whoso manner Is
quiet but firm Is generally n much
moro successful disciplinarian than
tho hnrsh-volced mother who Issues
her cummnnds lu a dictatorial manner.
Kindness never spoils children. U Is
flabby Indecision, sometimes mistaken
for kindness, which spoils them.
HOW A DOCTOR CURED SCALP
"When I was ten or twolvo years
old I had a scalp disease, something
like scald head, though It wasn't that.
I suffered for several months, aud
mo3t of my hair camo out. Finally
they hnd a doctor to seo mo and ho
recommended tho Cutlcura Remedies
They cured mo in n few weeks.
have used tho Cutlcura Remedies, also,
for a breaking out on my hands und
was benefited a great deal. I haven't
had any moro troublo with tho scalp
disease. Miss Jessio F. Uuchanan,
It. F. D. 3, Ilnmllton, Ga., Jan. 7, 1009."
Kept with Barnum's Circus.
P. T. Barnum, tho famous circus
man, once wrote: "I have had tho
Cutlcura Remedies among tho con
tents of my medlclno chest with my
shows for tho last threo seasons, and I
can cheerfully certify that they wero
vory effective in every caso which
called for their use."
Got Stung, All Right.
Hill This paper says that
were unknown to the Indians.
Jill Yes, I believe It was tho tra
ders who used to sting them. Yonktra
Dr. I'lcrco'iI'lonNint Tellots roKulato and lnilir
urate fclomarh. llvor nnd bowels. Bucar-co.itcd,
tiny CMiiuk'H, i ue- U)tnkonsuuntr
Tho man whose bluff Is not some
times called never existed.
IWi Take Ohanoes
of having a sick spell by
delay, when you notice the
first sign of Stomach, Liver
or Bowel weakness. Act
promptly and get a bottle
of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. You are then on
the safe, side because it
quickly restores things to a
normal condition. It is for
Poor Appetite, Cramps,
Fever and Ague. Get
Arc tlio UcBt. AbU your local dealer or
JOHN DEEREPL0W CO, Omalra, Neb.
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Mall nrderi clren tporlal ntlontlon. AU kinds
amateur fcuppUct btrlctly trruli, bciid for caUtluc.
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The Beit In tha Weil OMAHA, NEB.
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