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THE REPUBLICAN , OUJ3T.Q& OQtJNTY , KEBftASKA.
B ? ROBERT W. CHAMBERS ,
Author of "The finhtlnj I
Chance. " Etc.
1 Copyright , 1007 , by Robert \V. Cham
( Continued from last week. )
cd to * Co perfectly sutfo. lit-uUuy I \
body and mind , eomlurinhli' . IIMPW
and enjoying life under the protection
of a certain Captain Selwyn , who paid
all her bills and at certain times was
'scon entering or leaving her house at
Excited , Incredulous , but hoping for
the worst , lluthvcn had posted oil tc
hi * attorneys. To them ho naively
confessed his desire to be rid of Alixo
lie reported her misconduct with Neer-
irard which he knew was a lie her
pretense of mental prostration , her dis
appearance and his last Interview
with Selwyn in the card room. lie
also gave a vivid description of that
Rentlemau'3 disgusting behavior and
bis threats of violence during that In
To all of which his attorneys listen
ed fery attentively , bade him have uc
fear of his life , requested him to make
several affidavits and leave the rest
to them for the present.
Which he did , without hearing from
LEGAL NOTICES mT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of Custcr county , Neb
In the matter of the Ebtatc of William .T.
The State of Nebraska , to Creditors of
said Estate :
Take Notice , that I will sit lu the County
Court Room , In Uroken Bow , In Said County ,
on the 20th day of May 1909 , and the 10th day
of November 1909 , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to re
ceive and examine all claims ( lied and pre
sented against said estate , with a view to
their adjustment and allowance ; and that on
lie Urst date above named the petition of
the widow will be heard for homestead , ex
cmptlons and allowance , and other stat
The time limit for the presentation of
claims against said estate is six months from
the 20 day of April 1909 , and the time limited
for the payment of debts is one year from
Dated 4-20-09. A. n. HOMpniiEY ,
a22-ml3-4t. County Jtilge.
NOTICE TO NON-KESIUENT DEPENDANT
In the District Court of Custcr County ,
Oscar M. Eubank vs Jennie I. . . Eubank.
Jennie L , Eubank non-resident defendant :
You arc hereby notified that on the Hth
day of April 11)09 ) Oscar M. Eubank illed a |
petition against you in the District Court of
Custer County , Nebraska , the object and
prayer of said petition are to obtain a
divorce from you OIT the grounds of cruel '
and Inhuman treatment in that plaintiff
contracted bad disorder , commonly called
Gonorrhea from you and inocculated this
plaintiff with said loathsome disease without
any fault on the part of ttie plaintiff , plain
tiff also charged you having illicit inter
course with parties unknown to this plaintiff
You are hereby required to answer or
demur to said petition on the -Mtli day ot
May , 1009 and in case you fail to answ er or
demur your default will be entered and
decree rendered according to the prayer of
N. T. OADD. Attorney for plaintiff.
NOTICE TO NON RESIDENT DEFENDANT
In the District Court of Custer County
Isaac A. Ilencau , Plaintiff , vs Win. H. Ford ,
Henry Paul , pt al. , Defendant1 * .
The defendant , Henry Paul > sill take no
tice that on the Hth day of April , 1009 , Wm
II. Ford , one of the defendants in thg above
entitled actfon filed his answer and Cross.
petition in said action jn t ) > e District Court
pf Custer C ° unty , Nebraska , the object and
prayer ot which said cross potHlon so tiled
by the said defendant , Win. II. Ford ag.ilnst
the said defendant , Henry Paul , are , to set
aside , vacate aud cancel a certain mortgage
made by the plaintiff , Isaac A. Reucau and
his wife to the said defendant , Henry Paul
ou the tlrst day of December , 19 0 upon the
North-west quarter of Section ID , Township
M , Range 20 in Custer County , Nebraska ,
which mortgage was given to secure the pay
ment ot illS O.OQ , the same being due and pay-
atjle oi ) the Urst day of December , 19)1 ) and
drawing Interest at the rate of Q > i per cent
per. annum until paid and which mortgage
U recorded In lioole 73 at page 460 of the rec
ords of Custcr County , Nebraska.
Said Cross-petition alleges that at the time
said mortgage was made that the defendant ,
Wm. II. Ford was entitled to said land by
virtue of a contract which he had entered in
to in the early part of 1900 with the then own
er of the same. Edward L. Ford , and that
under and by virtue of said contract of pur
phase , life said \ym. II. Ford , at the time of
[ jig execution ' o [ the said mgrtgage was in
opin.'notorlous , absolute and exclusive pos-
* iislon of said1 land of 'which posscmlon the
defendant , Henry Paul had notice and was
bound to take notice. That said Cross-peti
tion further alleges that the said plaintiff ,
Isaac A. Reneauhad no right or authority to
execute said mortgage or to encumber said
land for the reason that he well knew that
the said defendant , Wm. II. Ford was emit-
lc'4 to the same and was m posesslon of the
you , thg salJ defendant Hcn.ry Paul , are
required to answer said Petition on or before
Monday. theSfth day of > } ay 1909.
this nth day of April 1&09.
" , Vtu-v. | H. Tpiip.
pr S. A. HoLCQiin ,
' p. . PUTfEKSO.V
[ } n4 A. WALL. hl Atty a.
Drink "Blue Ribbon" coffee.
Roasted fresh every day. 24-tf.
them untir Mr. " flaMnTtn "telegrapUed
him to como to Edjjewatcr If 1ft bad
nothing bettor to do.
Mr. Hnllam was n very busy , very
sanguine , very Impetuous young man ,
and when ho met Ruthven nt the Edgi1-
water station ho told him promptly
that ho had the best case ou enrth ,
that ho , Hallatn , was going to New
York ou the nest tram , now almost
due , and that lluthvcn had better
drlvo over and see for himself how
gayly his wife maintained her house
hold , for the Cossack sleigh , with Its
gray crimson tchug , had but Just re
turned from the usual afternoon spin ,
and the young chatelaine of Willow
Villa was now ou the BUOW covered
lawn , romping with the coachman's
huge white wolfhound. lluthvcn drove
to the villa.
There were clumps of evergreens
about , tall cedars , n bit of bushy fore
land and a stretch of snow. Aud
across this open space of snow n
young girl was moving , followed by a
white wolfhound. Once she paused ,
hesitated , looked cautiously around
her. lluthvcn , hiding behind a bush ,
saw her thrust her arm Into a low
evergreen shrub and draw out a shin
ing object that glittered like glass.
Then she started toward the house
At flrst Ruthven thought she was his
wlfo. Then he was not sure , and he
cast his cigar away and followed ,
slinking forward among the ever
greens. But the youthful , fur clad
tlgure kept straight on to the veranda
of the house , and lluthvcn , curious
and determined to llnd out whether It
was Alixe or not , left the semi-shelter
of the evergreens and crossed the open
space Just as the woman's llgure dis
appeared around an angle of the ve
Vexed , determined not to return
without some definite discovery , Ruth
ven stepped upon the veranda. Just
around the angle of the porch he heard
a door opening , and ho hurried for
ward , Impatient nud absolutely un
afraid , anxious to ge.t one good look at
his wife and be off.
But when he turned the angle of the
porch there was no one there. Only an
open door confronted him , with a big ,
mild eyed wolfhound standing In the
doorway looking steadily up at him.
Ruthveu glanced somewhat dubious
ly at the dog ; then as the animal made
no offensive movement he craned his
fleshy neck striving to see Inside the
He did see nothing very much , only
the same young girl , still In her furs ,
emerging from an Inner room , her
arms full of dolls.
In his eagerness to ECO more Ruthven
pushed past the great white dog , who
withdrew his head disdainfully from
the unceremonious contact , but quietly
followed Ruthveu Into the house ,
standing beside him , watching him out
of great , limpid , deerllke eyes.
But Ruthven no longer heeded the
dog. Ills amused and slightly sneer-
furs who had entered what appeared
to bo n living room to the right and
now , down on her knees besldo n
couch , smiling and talking confiden
tially and quite happily to herself , was
placing her dolls against the wall.
--Then the great white dog growled
very low , and the girl In the fur Jack
et looked around and up quickly.
Alixe ! He realized It as she caught
hln palo eyes fixed on her. and she
stared , sprang to her feet , still staring.
Thou Into her eyes leaped terror , the
living horror of recognition distorting
her face. Aud as she saw he meant
tq speak she recoiled , shrinking away ,
turning In her fright like a hunted
tiling. The strange doll In her hand
glittftt'il. It was a revolver wrapped
III a tvd rag.
"W-wliat's the matter ? " he stam
mered , stepping
forward , fearful
of the weapon
But at the
sound of his voice
she screamed ,
crept back clos
er against the
wall , screamed
again , pushing
the shining muz-
zu of the weap
on deep Into her
fur Jacket above
sake , " he gasp
ed , "don't lire
At ihc kound of hla '
voice the screamed. dou't"-
eyes and pulled the trigger. Something
knocked her lint against the wall , but
slG ) hpard no sound of a report , and
she pulled the trigger again and felt
The second blow must have knocked
her down , for she found herself rising
to her knees , reaching for the table to
aid her. But her hand was all red and
slippery. She looked at It stupidly ,
fell forward , rose again , with the acrid
smell of smoke choking her aud her
pretty fur jacket all soaked with the
wet stuff Which uow stained
Then she got to her knees once more ,
groped In the rushing darkness and
swayed forward , falling loosely and
flat. And this time she did not try to
It was her way. It had always been
her way out of trouble the quickest ,
easiest escape from what she did not
iMioose IQ pudurp. .
As for the man , they finally con
trived to drag the dog from him and
lift him to the couch , where ho lay
twitching among tUo della for awhile ,
then stopped twitching.
Later In thp night men came with
lanterns , who carried him away. A
doctor said that there was tlio usuo.1
phanco for partial recovery. But It was
the lust excitement he could over ven
ture to Indulge In.
INE days Is the period of
time allotted the human
mind lu which to * .rou *
dor at nnythlng , la
Now York the limit Is
much less. No tragedy
can hold the boards as long as that
whore the bill must bo renewed three
times a day to hold even the passlnc
attention of those who themselves are
eternal understudies In the continuous
As for Selwyn , a few people noticed
his presence at the funeral. But even
that episode was forgotten before ho
left the city six hours later \uider nu
Invitation from Washington which ad
mitted of no delay on the score of pri
vate business or of personal perplex
ity , for the summons was peremptory
nud his obedience BO Immediate that a
telegram to Austin comprised and con
cluded the cutlra ceremony of his leave
Later he wrote a great many letters
to Eileen Erroll , not one of which ho
ever sent. But the formality of his si
lence was no mystery to her , and her
response 'was silence as profound as
the stillness In her soul. But deep Into
her young heart something new had
In April the armored ships left the
southern drill ground and began to
move northward. A destroyer took
Selwyn across to the great fortress In-
Bldo the Virginia capes and left him
there. During his stay there was nl *
I most constant llrlng. Lifter ho coutln-
I ucd northward as far as Washington ,
but It was not until June that he tele
graphed Austin :
Government satisfied. Appropriation
certain next session. Am on my way to
I Austin , In his house , which was now
dismantled for the summer , telephon
ed Nliui at Sllversldo that he had been
detained and might not bo able to
grace the festivities which were to
consist of a neighborhood dinner to
the younger set In honor of Mrs. Qer-
nM. But ho said nothing about Sol-
wyn , and Nina did not suspect that
her brother's arrival In New York had
anything to do with Austin's detention.
I As Solwyn came leisurely up the
front steps Austin , awaiting him fe
verishly , hastened to smooth the florid
Jocose mask over his features and
walked into the room , big hand extended -
' tended , large , bantering volco undis
turbed by the tremor of a welcome
which filled his heart and came near
tilling his eyes :
"So you'vo stuck the poor old gov
ernment at last , have you ? Took 'em
all In forts , fleet and the marine cav
"Suro thing. " said Selwyn , laughing
In the crushing grasp of the big flat.
"How are you , Austinlivcryuoay a
lu the country , I suppose , " glancing
around at the linen shrouded fund-
ture. "How Is Nina ? And the kids ?
Good business ? And Eileen ? "
"She's all right , " said Austin. "Gud !
She's really a superb specimen this
summer. Where's your luggage ? Oh ,
Is It all here ? Enough , 1 mean , for us
to catch a train for Sllverslde this
afternoon ? "
" for ? " asked
"Has Nina any room me
"Room ! Certainly ! I didn't tell her
you were coming , because If you
hadn't the kids would have been horribly
ribly disappointed. She and Eileen
are giving a shindy for Gladys that'a
Gerald's new acquisition , you know.
So If you don't mind butting Into u
baby show we'll run down. It's only
the younger bunch from Hltherwood
House and Brookmlnster. What do
you say , Phil ? "
Selwyn said that he would go , hesi
tating before consenting. A curious
feeling of age and grayness had sud
denly come over him , a hint of fatigue ,
of consciousness that much of life lay
So Austin went to the telephone and
called up his houao at Sllverslde , say
ing that he'd bu down that evening
with a guest.
Nina got the message Just as she
had arranged liar tables , but woman Is
born to sorrow and heiress to all the
unlocked for Idiocies of man.
"Dear , " she said to Eileen , the tears
of uxorlnl vexation drying unshod lu
her pretty eyes , "Austin has thought
fit to seize upon this moment to bring
a man down to dinner. So If you are
dressed would , you kindly sou that the
tables are rearranged and then telephone -
phone somebody to fill in two girls ,
you know ? The oldest Craig girl might
do for one. Beg her mother to let her
"Whom Is Austin bringing ? " Elk-en
"He didn't say. Can't you think of a
second girl to get ? Isn't it vexing ?
Of course there's nobody left nobody
ever fllls In In the country. Do you
know , I'll be driven Into letting Drlnu
sit up with us for sheer lack of ma
terial. I suppose the little Imp will
have n lit If I suggest It and probably
perish of Indigestion tomorrow. "
Eileen laughed. "Ob , Nina , do let
Drlna come this once ! It can't hurt
And so It ; hiip.penc $ tbut , , among the
Jolly throng wnlch clustered around ,
( he little candle lighted tables in thu
dining room at Sllverslde , Drlun , iq
ecstasy , curly hair Just above the nnpe
of her slim white neck aud cheeks Ilka
; ilnk Ore , sa.t between Boots and a , ,
vacant chair reserved for her tardy
For Nlua had waited as long as ehe
Tbon Boots had been summoned
( Q take In Drlna and the youthful
Craig girl , and , as there were to have
been six at a table , at that particular
table eat Boots decorously facing Ei
leen , vrltbL h two children on elUws !
hand'aud two empty" chairs drinking
At dinner Drlun and the younger
Craig maiden also appeared to bo bent
upon self destruction , and Boots' eyes
opened wider and wider In sheer
amazement at the capacity of woman
in embryo for rations sutUclent to
maintain a small garrison.
"There'll be u couple of reports , " he
snhl to himself , with a shudder , "like
Selwyn's chaosite , and then there'll be
no more Drlua and Daisy. Hello ! "
He broke off , astonished. "Well , upon
my .word of words ! Phil Selwyn , or
I'm a broker ! "
"Phil ! " exclaimed Nina. "Oh. Aus
tin , and you never told us ! "
"Train was late , as usual , " observed
Austin. "Philip and 1 don't mean to
butt Into this very grand function
Hello. Gerald ! Hello , Gladysl Where's
our obscure corner below the salt ,
Nina ? Oh , over there ! "
Selwyn had already caught night of
the table destined for him. A deeper
color crept across his bronzed face as
ho stepped forward , and his firm hauil
closed over the slim hand offered.
For a moment neither spoke. She
could not. He dared not.
Then Drlua caught his hands , and
Eileen's loosened In his clasp aud fell
Tor a moment neither
away as the child said distinctly : "I'll
kiss you aflor dinner. It can't be dou
hero , can It , KlleunV"
Sulwyu , beside Klleen , had ventured
on the formalities , his voice unsteady
and not yet his own.
Her loveliness had been a memory.
He had supposed he realized It to him *
self , but the superb fresh beauty oC
the girl dazed him. There was u
strange now radiancy , a living bright *
ness , to her that seemed almost unreal.
Exquisitely unreal her voloo , too , and
the slightly bent head , crowned with
the splendor of her hair , and the slow
ly raised eyes , two deep blue miracles
tinged with the hues of paradise.
"Are you remaining to smoke ? " ask
ed Kllcen as Solwyn took her to the
doorway after dinner. "Hecauso If you
arc not I'll wait for you. "
"On thu lawn out there further out ,
lit the starlight. " ho whispered , his
voice broke , "my darling"
She bout her head , passing slowly
before him , turned , looked buck , her
answer In her eyes , her lips , In every
limb , every line and contour of her , as
elll > etnn/1 ,1 w , < . > , , tnnl.f , . . . lnl.
aui , t IWVLI ( i i u u u i v : I It , 1UUU.11I ( , Udvtt *
Austin and Boots were talking volu
bly when ho returned to the tables now
veiled in n duo haze of aromatic smoke.
Gerald stuck close to him , happy , ex
cited , shy by turns. Others came up on
every side young , frank , confident fel
lows , nice In bearing , of good speech
Aud outside waited their pretty purt >
tiers of the younger set , gossiping lu
hall , on stairs and veranda In garni *
lous bevies , all ( limy Bilks aud laces
and bright eyed expectancy.
The long \ \ .idows were open to the
voranda. Selwyn , with tils arm through
Gerald's , walked to the railing and
looked out across the fragrant starlit
waste. And very far away they heard
the sea Intoning the hymn of the four
Then the elder man withdrew his
arm and stood apart for awhile. A lit
tle later he descended to the lawn ,
crossed It and walked straight out into
The song of the sea was rising now.
In the strange Uttje forest below , deep
Among the trees , elflu lights broke out
lie halted to llaten.
across the unseen Briar Water , then
vanished. He ( mlted to listen. IIo
looked long and steadily Into the dark
ness around him. Suddenly he saw ,
U.pn a palo blur In the dusk.
"Eileen ? "
"Is It you , Philip ? "
She Btood waiting as he came up
through the purple gloom of the moor
land , the stars' brilliancy silvering her
waiting yielding In pallid silence to
his arms , crushed In them , looking Into
his eyes , dumb , wordless.
Then slowly the pa.lo oacrament
changed as the wild , rose tint crept Into
her face. Her arms clung to his shoul
ders , higher , tightened around hla
neck. And from her lips she gave into
hla keeping soul and body , guiltless as
God gave it , to have and to hold beyond -
yond such Incidents as death and the
eternity that no man clings to save la ,
the arms of such 0,9 she.
NOTICE OP PETITION
Kstate of Joseph A. HabcocV , deceased , In
County Court of Ouster CountyNebraska
The State of Nebraska. To all persons Interested
to-rested In said estate , take notice , that a pe
tition has been filed for the appointment ol
Q orge W. llabcock as administrator of
laid estate , which lias been net for hearing
herein , on May 20,1009. at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated Aprjl o , 1909 , A. R..HUMPHUBY ,
Farm and City loans at lowest
rates , ar-ll-tf JAMUS CRDWICH.
Feed in large ana small quantities at both wholesale ( j
and retaU ,
Special alienion given to tilling otdcrs for coal
in any quantity.
- - Nebraska
ABB T R ACT I N G
BROKEN BOW ABSTRACT CO. BON DEO
Farm Loans Quiokly Closed
I , A. RENEAU
ia r dorrs.
| FOR OUR
Baldwin Nut and Lump
Cannon and Nigger Read Coal
WE ALSO NOW HAVE NICE PEA COAL
"F YOU have a snap in a farm , or ranch Tor sale
list with me. 1C you want to buy a snap in a
farm or ranch come and see me. Phones , of
fice 42 , residence , 129.
BROKEN Ifow NKIW.
She's Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Aloopathy , Homeopathy ,
Eloctiic and General Medicine.
IIy ro'iucst will visit professl.inally
Grand Central Hotel ,
returning every four weeks. Gun mil her when
the opportunltv. l ul hantl
DR. CAI.U\VRI l < linuih ner practice to the
special treatment of diseases of the l yit , liar ,
None , Throat , I < unifn , Female DUeam
DlaeaHcHof Child run anil all Cbrunlc , Kurvouo
and Suritlcal Diseases of a curable nature.
iCarly consumption. IlronchltlK , lironchlal
Catarrah , Chronic Catarrah , Head-Arlie. Con
stipation , Stomacho anil Howel Trouble ! ; ,
KliftuuntUm. Neuralirla , Sclntlcu , HilulitH'x
Disease , Kidney Disease * . Dlncascs of the
\4\var \ anil liladiler , DlzilnetiB , Xervousnchs ,
ludlifCHtlon , Obesity , Intaruptcd Nutrition ,
Slow Growth In Clilhlrjti , and all w.i-tlii
seaspa In ailulU. Deformities. Club teet ,
Curvanturu of the S pi tut , Disease * uf the llraln ,
ParalyiU , Kpllepny. Heart UUcasn , Dropsy ,
Swelling of the tilnibi , Stricture , Open SOTUH ,
I'alu lu the licnes , Oranular UnlaruuiuentH and
all lonif-siancllnif diseases property treated.
111,001) AND SKIN UISHAStiS.
Ptmplea , Hlotches , HiuptloiM , 1,1 VLT Spuln
t'alllnu of the Hair. Had Complexion. Uczvma ,
Throat Ulcerv , Hone 1'alnn , HUdiler Trunblus ,
Weak Hack , llurnlnc l.'rinu , I'.isiiiik. UIHIL
too often. The e It ecu of constitutional Hick-
nesi or the t kluir of too raucli Injurious medi
clue recwvai kearcuintr treatuient , proiuyt
relief and a cure for life.
OUeaneiiof Women , Irregular Meiutratlnn ,
Falllnc of the Womb , Itcarlnir Uowu I'jlus
female UlsplaceineutH I-ck uf Sexual Tone ,
> < eucorrhea , Sterility or llarrenniiis , coiuiilt
fJr. Caldwell and suu will sliuiv them thu cause
of their trouble and the wciy to become cured.
CANCERS , GOITER , TISTUIM. 1'II.US.
and enlarged glands treated with thu sub
cutaueouH Injection method , absalntply with
out pain and without the loss of a drup ol
blood , la one of her own dlscoverle * and U
really tbe moat scientific aud certainly sure
euro method of tliU an vanced auu. Dr. Cad
well has practical her profession In sonni ul
the laritent liospil.ili-s throughout the country
She has no superior lu treating and dLiifnus
nif of diseases , deformities , utc. She lias
utely opened an olUcu lu Oinalu , Nebraska ,
where she will spend a portion of each week
treating her many patlfMs , N ° incurable
case * accepted for treatment. Cousultatlun ,
ezamluatlon aud advice one dollar to luoso
Dr. Ora Caldwell & Co. , .
Omaha , Neb. Chicago , III.
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