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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaIn a mooted Grove a tangle that was settled in court and then out of court. By Richard copyright. 1909, Barker Shelton. By associated literary press. snip a ii i Short 1. To the Gray haired lawyer who Seemel rather Boron a with Tiu whole matter a what do you advise Quot the attorney grinned unpleasantly. A trip up this Fence and set it where it belongs�?-00 Yards to the South Quot said to. A your deed reads it or factly Clear. This Fence belongs the other Side of the Grove. The Grove is yours. You be paid for Hollis frowned. Quot i hate he observed. A a in a a newcomer Here. I Don t want to Start on my career As owner of this place by antagonizing a then let it said the other disgustedly. A lot pm put their fences on to your land As much is you please. In a Little while let Mem once get the Quot Akl <-7-0 -1 r of a a sue said look Ixo up in i m baby tassent a Oil a a idea you re an easy Mark and encroach on you right and Willis straightened himself and his eyes dashed. Quot if its a matter of precedent a lie began. Quot it said the lawyer laconically. A i know the crowd round a very Well said Willis a will what it informed him the a Grays bad taken the matter to court and through his own alertness they had lost a fir Case Mills grinned and was relieved that the matter was settled. Some weeks later he strolled Down to the mooted Grove. He was sitting on a stump when he heard n strange sound to the left the sound is of some one sobbing. Lie arose and moved softly in that direction. There seated on a fallen Pine her face covered with her hands was miss Gray. A ooh Quot she said looking up in embarrassment. A ooh a a she lumped to her feet and started to move away. Quot miss Gray lust a moment said Iii is. Stepping quickly to iter Side. Something in his voice made her halt her footsteps even against her will. She faced a i defiantly. A a you la Pardon my trespassing. I a he said slowly. Quot hut this Grove is very much to me and and since we lost it Quot a a i did no to understand about Lillis said Contri Tely but the girl was gone. Nest evening after a Busy Day at the county seat Lillis drove Over to the Grays. Lie had a tactful Little speech All prepared. But re a Mellow. Face to face with the girl the speech took sudden wings. A i have brought you the deed to that he broke out awkwardly Quot and now you must take it and put your Fence where it was originally Quot he hurried on. A indeed said she. Quot i possibly do that. The Grove is yours. We Are Quilo wrong in the Long did Lillis argue but the girl was obdurate. He walked homeward feeling decidedly like a cad. However. Lillis v a persistent mortal and thereafter in went Dally to the Grays ostensibly to argue with the girl about accepting the Grove but in reality he knew it was something utterly different that took him on his Dally errand. A now. said the girl one evening after some two weeks of this a Why should you to so anxious to give up that Grove when you were so anxious to keep it in the first place Quot a Well a said Lillis. With an uneasy laugh a a there a a scriptural injunction you know about Loving your neighbor. I believe we Are instructed to love our neighbor As ourself. Now. I have gone that injunction one in ter. I i love my neighbor a certain one of my neighbors very much better than 1 a to myself or anything else la the world. I a in hang it in a rather awkward about saying tilings but perhaps you her hand rested lightly on bin Arm and she was smiling up at him radiantly. A will take the Grove now she laughed softly. Her Choice the Man she did not pick and what he discovered. 8/ Clarissa Mackie. I copyright. 1>j8. By the mall Ami express company Beth Lewis was Hist. Of every Side were Sand and Crisp Brown vegetation and the hopelessness of the Arizona desert. Overhead were cloudless Blue sky and a burning Mill. Beth a Rod lips closed resolutely As she urged her tired Livorse along the faintly defined Trail which had led her astray. A we a ill make for that Little Canyon. Little break in the Rise beyond Quot said Beth stroking the shiny Black mane. Quot perhaps perhaps there will be Shade and water for or when Miles of burning Sand had been traversed she Rode Down the dry bed of a water course and into the Small Canyon. Her heart Sank for there was nothing save an expanse of shimmering Sand and some tall spiny Cactus on the Steep Rocky sides. But the Large leaved cac uses might afford some shelter from the Sun. And she urged Lightfoot to the Edge of the shimmering Sand. There he paused and snorted shrilly. Another step and his feet Sank in the yielding Sand. With a scream of terror the beast set tied Back a i his haunches and then made an ineffectual leap Forward. Beth shot Over his head and fell a j crumpled Heap on the ground beyond the outer Circle of shimmering Sand. When she recovered consciousness Lightfoot a As struggling shoulder Dee in tip Quicksand his Quot strained eyes Turne in agony upon her face. She tin red away and sobbed her bal Plessor ass into her hands. When she Looft a again there was nothing save the yellow Sand undulating in the sunlight. Ilow horrible it was if Lightfoot had i Quot to tossed her Over his head into Bailey was staring with horror stricken eyes at the crawling beckoning. Shifting particles of Sand at Bis feet. Death by that slow torture would be Quot will your Mare make it Quot repeated Buck impatiently. A sure responded Bailey tightening Liis rein with a Jerk. A ready said Hayden. Quot ill stand by. Judy remember that Quot wih i. Mered ejaculation of terror. Judson Bailey wheeled Bis horse and spurred toward the canyons Mouth. In a minute he hid disappeared from View. A a in la have to come after you anyway. Beth Quot said Buck q. Wetly. She watched with bated breath As the sort sprang Forward and then sink on the opposite Side with scrambling feet. Again the sorrel hovered Over the Quicksand and once More clattered to a footing and then slowly with a Coli before him in the Saddle Buck Hayden Rode out of the Canyon with miserable eyes fixed straight ahead unseeing uncaring. The heavens were thick with stars when they neared the Ranchi House and then for tie first time Buck addressed the girl sitting rigidly silent before Quot him. Her Bright hair so near to his beating heart. A a in a sorry about what happened. he said in a Low. Voice. A if Ever 1 catch up with that Coyote ill a a soft hand covered his lips. Quot lot him alone. whispered Betl a i am ashamed to Tell you How selfish i am l air 1 chose Tudson because i was afraid i did not want you to take the risk a a she paused and the rest of the sen tence was whispered within Buck Hayden s encircling arms. An authors Start. Cause of the trouble with moors at Melilla. Kabyle tribes to blame. A or Norster s Loots. No Workman can do Good work with out sufficient tools. Boons Are tin ministers tools. He must have them if he is to serve ills people Well. Yet Many a minister s salary is so Sniel Bare Tho Gardener Mil some of to a to it he is liable to provide the pm Monest necessities f r his family and have enough left to Supply himself with needed books. The Church that makes it for its pastor t men fix this matter up in Short order. Back goes the Fence where it belongs. Two Hundred Yards to the South you say Good ill see it goes a a Man May just As Well stand up for his rights Quot the lawyer remarked a and in this Vicinity 1 know perfectly Well what i m saying when i advise you to keep Mem off your toes at the Hiilis turned of his Heel and made his Way Back toward the House the lawyer following. Twenty minutes later Tim. The Gardener. Was tearing Down the offending Fence while two helpers he had Iveigh d into service were digging Post Boles for it a resetting on the other Side of the Grove. But next adorn Long Tim. With a lugubrious expression on his homely face appt. Red 1 Eft re Hillis we \ s i ung ing in the Library of the Hoult a he had recently j it a Ltd a sed. A the Fence is Back sir Quot to began a Aback just where it was before to Tore it a then take it Down ouse More and set it the other Side of the Hiilis commanded. All the morning Tim Laboured again with his helpers but at dusk Hiilis. Walking Down to inspect the Job. Found the Fence in its original position. A a ill my by mused. Quot Well take a hand in this thing personally. 1 think. Iio Tim Quot Tim. Who was coining through the Bushes hastened his Steps. A you see How it said Hollis to his Gardener. A Cali tin men and move in once More. 1 shall keep an Eye of it after you move it this once again the Fence came Down and went up again farther to the South. Darkness came on and Tim and the men worked by the Light of lanterns. When the work was done Hollis said Curtly a a in la stay hero now until this matter is settled one Way or the other bring me Down a bite to eat. Tim brought the lunch from the House and Hollis settled himself with Bis Back against a Pine to keep his Vigil a the Fence. It v is nearing 11 of clock when lie heard footsteps and Low voices. He arose and strode to the Fence. Two men armed with shovels and saws were already starting in on it. A that Fence stays just where it is this said Lillis quietly. Buy books harms itself even mor it harms the in Resby Terlan. Etiquette. In our Republican atmosphere old fashioned etiquette has ceased to let necessary but the w. Re Quot etiquette Quot i suggested whenever one hears tin phrase a a that a the for a not Quette Quot is French f r and it present English signification Spur. From the old custom of distribute tickets or etiquette which contain Quot the ceremonies Etc. To be Obson at any formal event exactly like our word Quot program an Alibi. Examiner what 1< an Alibi candidate for the bar an Alibi is c a a. Mitting a crime in one place when a Are in another place. If you can be i two other places the Alibi is All the stronger in . Corroded by water. In a German Village an underground end water pipe was found greatly corroded and perforated investigation showed that the soil in which the Pip. Lead lain was permeated by very impure water nud consequently contained Large quantities of Tum onion ammonium nitrate and other compounds which had attacked the pipe Formin Lead Carbonate nitrate nitrite and Chloride. All of these Lead salts. A a cent the Carbonate Are More or less soluble in water. Tho Carbonate is in soluble in pure water but is soluble in water containing Carbon dioxide Iron pipes coated with Asphalt should be employed for underground conduits if Lead pipes Are used they should be imbedded in Amer lean. When s a he Keil ail \ in there was ill to Tui. Yellow . The quid away from no heat did Larn to laugh. Learn to laugh. A Good laugh is better than Medicine. Learn to Tell a Story. A Well told Story is As Welcome As a Sunbeam in a sickroom. Learn to keep your own troubles to it ours. F. The world is too Busy b a Are f y i i a and sorrows. Learn to do son thing for others. Even a you Are a bedridden invalid there is always something that you can do to does it indeed a said a quiet voice. Mako Olups hand for Auto Tomt is tin and out of the darkness stepped a surest Way to attain happiness of a a Young woman. A you have no right to this said the girl a you i presume Are or. Lillis who lies bought Tho Arryl tags place a Quot i am a said Lillis. Quot this Grove is ours Quot she went on a you Are miss Gray Quot Lillis asked Tho girl nodded. . His news. A the Only news i have to Tell wrote the Millville citizen a is that the a River has Ralz an drowned All yer int the and yer Uncle has broke jail ilk Wise the Widder woman you Wiz a a j in ter marry Lias re used off Vith a Quot permit my to say i am equally sure k front. Outside of these h. I things we air All doing it is mine said he. A i have not Constitution. Have not moved the Fence without being very sure of my the girl bit her lips a if my men move in. What will you do Quot a they Aren t going to move it miss said Lillis very quietly. A there is Law in the nne w Hall she replied Quot i Atn if a Nung to let the men make any trouble now. But of courts shall decide she moved away followed by the two men. Who were muttering angrily. But Hollis heard nothing More of Tho Constitution. Slightly different. A ten years ago that fellow borrowed the passage Money t a come to this country Quot a and now lies Worth millions he Quot Quot no. To seems sort of Thrift less. A uves for Bis passage Money Louisville courier Jour Nal. Plain talk. Quot i think she a double a a a a any that one face Ilka Fence save a word from his attorney. Hers a a 1 a a non Gbo Quot a comic cuts. Safety she. It might have been drawn beneath those treacherous Quicksand. Bur was her lot much better alone afoot without food or water lost in a wild Canyon. On one Side of which Rose a precipitous Wall of Rock and on the other cutting off escape us inv the Sun moved slow the Canyon but the Stii not Abate the Rocky Walls reacted the blinding Glare and intensified it unbearable is. Pale and languid. Beth leaned Back against a Rock and looked with or Uny eyes toward the Mouth of the Canyon where help might come if it came in time. San one at 11 a which she had left after breakfast flt or her morning Canter would attempt to find her. Would it be Buck Hayden or Judson Bailey v she pictured the two in a limb i and Grot Etui san to Ching no it n x tin necks of their horses with of s Alert for n glimpse of the they both love do and a Ere fighting for with amicable rivalry. Together they had courted Belli with a certain dogged pers 1st knee and she Felt somehow that Side by Side they would come 1 searching for her. The sunlight was still glowing on the opposite of the Canyon when they came Riding through the narrow opening Jud won Bailey in the a Al. His dark face keenly Alert Ai Rode Buck i Lundt a sunburned countenance grim with anxiety. Ills jaws were set. And All of ills homely features were knotted with care. Beth a 1 a q thickened As they sight of a her and whooped joyously she leaped to it Herfy a it Ami sprang toward them. A the Quicksand Quot she cried sharply. A you cannot Cross Lightfoot went Down the a re Quot site pointed a Ith trembling fingers at the quivering Saud at her feet. The two men halted at the Edge of the Sand and looked up and Down Tho Canyon. Their eyes met. And Judson Bailey s face blanched to a Dull Gray ick Hayden a jaw set firmly. A we can t get her any other Way. One of us ii have to Cross Here he look d i be other n an s Juan by in the Eye Bailey a id ids dry lips and tried to by nah. 11� locked at tie wide expanse of palp Tad g Sand and then across at the girl Quot ask be said suddenly. Buck Hayden s face paled. he called thickly a one of As has got to Cross Over after you. Which one do you want it s a g a it it Hance to make u Choice Quot Beth was trembling with agitation. Quot Dou t ask me. 1 a a n t choose a she Crio a . Quot you be got to Chouse Quot said Buck imly. Quot let Judson come a she said faintly hiding her face in her hands. Bucko a hands dropped to his sides As he turned to his successful rival. Quot in a out it it fit. Jud Quot he said hoarsely a a in la stand by to help you if you get in trouble. Will your Mare make it a when Marion Crawford began hie career As an author. Marion Craw lord i bad known since he was a lad of fourteen years. 1. Too. Was a youngster in those Days. To a Ere living in a new Jersey town and lie came there to visit his aunt. Mrs. Adolphe Maillard a sister of mrs. Julia Ward Howe although he Cauich from paly lie dressed As an English lad. With High hat. Eton jacket wide Collar Ami lung trousers. You can imagine the sensation that he made in that a Iuit new Jersey town. We Jed had Kings and princes As our neigh Bora but a Young boy in a High hat was us known to us and therefore much More Ltd a Novelty. From those Days which were filled with Youthful Csc t in pcs. I did not see Frank As he was then called until be was a full grow Man nud had knocked about the world a bit. Ills Uncle the a Ell known Sam Ward brought him to the office of the critic then consisting of a single Small room Over Dan jell s dry goods store in Broadway. New York. A this lad wants to be a said his Uncle Sam. A i a fish that you would give him a Chance t learn the we gave him that Chance not Only for old times Sake but because we liked his looks. A that fell no can do anything he cares i remarked after he left the office. S a we let him write. He a re a the Book re views a Slit Orla is and even poetry an after that he wrote Quot or. \. Know tin rest. From that on it in it easy enough. He won out and a a a knew that though a e had Given him the Chance he wanted at the time that lie wanted it. He would have found i Quick enough anywhere else. But i a never forgot what be chose to regard As a l. Glider in Putnam s their attack on some Spanish near Melilla before the spaniards were ready precipitated the crisis. Spain s foes Are born soldiers. The immediate cause of the trouble at Mel Lila Morocco which has Cost Spain so dear occurred of july 8, when some moors Laid an ambush at the Spanish mines on the Railroad near Mel Lila for the purpose of making Sony prisoners in order to Exchange them for moors who had recently been arrested for an assault on a policeman four of the miners were killed. Then upon a detachment of the Mclillan Garrison went out under general Marina and routed the moors though not without difficulty As Tho Bayonet had to be used and the spaniards lost Twenty nine killed and wounded. Spanish mines raided. The Remote cause of the Mel Lila trouble dates Back about a year and a half when two Spanish mining companies one of them operated with French capital began work at a Point about fifteen Miles from Mel Lila under the Protection a if log i Iva id. Who then was supreme in that Region. In october of last year the tribes revolted Defeated Roghol and raided the mines which then ceased work. The Spanish government proceeded to protect them but although some of the tribes did not object others were hostile and the Princess Susette and the sentry a spell of genuine Joy for the Royal baby. By Harry c. Carr. There was a vivid trash in the Sunshine As the sentry by tint Palace Gate raised Bis Saber in Salute to it the Brin Cess Musette. Her highness had run away from her nurse and St Good pecking out curiously into to in it a great world beyond the Gates. Tin children of tie Lotge keeper a a Ere making mud pies in the Creek that skirted the Palace grounds. The in Rin Cess Musette a fished that she. Too. Might make mud pies. The hash from the sentry a Saber caught our Eye. The Princess Musette meditatively sucked one Little Pink thumb and a surveyed him with round eyed wonder. Lie a it oked big and terrible ids great Gray troop horse. A what makes you do that a inquired Princess Musette plaintively for Tho Folenta. A Torran tells of her introduction to the italian dish. Did i you a ver eat polenta hear what one woman has to Tell you be fore you say no. A just let tue Tell you about my in product Lou to this italian a ish. Last summer after 1 Hud closed our Camp 111 the Mountain. 1 was invited to spend the night with an acquaint us who had the next Camp. Quot she is a charming woman one who has lived abroad More than in this country. She is devoted to Italy and things italian. And her Cook from Southern Italy has been with her Sev eral years. A was 1 was about to retire my hostess said to it tue a Pardon me but 1 did no to think to ask you what you preferred to have for really before i had Opportunity to Frame a reply she out Lemd. E always have polenta aut it it ulna makes delicious polenta. So 1 always have it i did no it know polenta. 1 was quite sure but it certainly sounded most attractive and so 1 Replis to. A i am sure 1 should like polenta especially if Antonina makes it a Ami i a out to my room with my appetite already whetted for polenta nude by Antonina. A the next morning 1 awaited that meal with Tho greatest expectancy. The polenta was served and i tasted it. Was it Good a it certainly was. But i had eaten it hundreds of times before Only we prosaic americans Call it count enl Mush. A truly that is polenta. A name makes lots of difference Doe Sun to it a she Post. Praise a your she said a have made a great differ Cuce in your a pea a do you think so Quot be asked. A yes. You look so intelligent with them record ii Era id. The retort unkind. Gerald a gentleman is defined As one who never gives pain. Geraldine then you re no gentleman you give. Me a pain every time you York press. Finding his level Quot a Man Alius finds his level said Uncle Beti. Quot an you s Lucky to be let Down easy by experience in Stead of Arrivin a if a Star. A Beneficent Rule. A so you Are ninety four years old to what do you attribute your Long life a a a Good Many things have contributed to it the most important i think being the Cave which i have always taken not of get Luto a fight with a bigger Man than record Herald. My Laiha fid Sultan of Morocco. Whole District became much disturbed so that it was not till last june that the miners were Able to resume work under the treaty of is Flo Between Morocco and Spain the Sultan is under obligation to furnish regular troops for the Protection of the Spanish possessions of Ceuta and against tin always More Ltd a less unruly Riff trl a is. But he has never a Lone this and when Spain recently sent minister merry Del Vul to Fez to Call Mulai Halides at i ton to this fact the Sultan not Only refused to listen but insulted the minister. Lbs i u a Al i acknowledge the mining cd nne a a Sylous at Mel Lila 1 also d Matin led that the spaniards Wun Truw from prints where they Hud posted troops j prevent contraband traffic in arms As a condition or la or to any discussion of the matter. Than the Spani a. G Erna a it voted too for the Tivi the a nog of Ilie garrisons of Melilla and no doubt would have a i a much better pro 1 to u a Quot i a m it Rush a it. But the incident above Relatia re imitated a crisis before the spaniards were ready it. Barn soldiers. The Kabyle tribes which Are of berber origin Are the people with whom the soldiers of Spain Are for supremacy on the Riff coast of Morocco. These tribesmen who Are sunni moslem Are born soldiers. Those of to Plains have been recently engaged in carrying out Public works connected with Spain a mining interests on Tiu coast while those of the mountains by sudden raids have be adone i i it work a it of their the Plains. It revolt is due to the in the new Sultan of moroc a Antly it is said Orde Reil a is to. Evacuate the rut Kabyle. In carrying on re using some Mauser i Micro sold to them for his a u a i wish i Corn make i d pies a sail ii Kli Hio uness. Long Saber at a present arms Quot was glimmering wit Little hot hashes of Light. A because Jou Are a Princess a said the sentry briefly. A wave it a disco Timit swept Over the face of the Princess Musette a i Don t want to be a she wailed. A they wont let you do Nossing when you Are a tin sentry sat in Frozen silence. The Eye a f the Princess wandered Back to the Lodge keeper s children making mud pies by the a reek. A a a Ami i it jul made mud i said her highness wistfully. The Prim ass Musette a ame timidly j out from to lib a Gateway and touched the sentry s Liuz Sar Boot with n tiny dim plod hand. A emr she said softly 1 wish i a it us make mud a the orders Are that nobody can a pass the Gate Quot growled the sentry. I the Sweet lips of til Princess Sti a Sette quivered Atul the big Blue eyes j of the Princess Musette Llly a wit tears. Of. Or she be i a a in a such a lonely Little girl 1 wish 1 had some one but play the heart Ltd the Tim Ess Musette overflowed with woe. Her High is leaned heavily against the should r a a Tiu big War horse and wept Nutter tears on 1 f the to the Boot of the sentry was a a with Royal tears and the Black from the sentry s Stirrup strap be Grimes the face of tie Princess. Die f r t t Down the Road nud shyly made tier a May into the bakery business with the Loddeke it por s Ehul dive. The sentry glanced out a of the Corner of his Eye to tin right of him. To the left a it of him. No one was nigh. Then he a tilled r Tumo usty after the Princess Susi tto a Quot build a dam across the Creek. That s Inore fun than making mud when tie Pony cart came dashing up in hot h Rio. Wit it a Groom and a frightened nurse the sentry without a Trace of expression in his face was staring at tin a typist opposite. A a where is the Princess Musette Quot 8� the a a Falte faced nurse. The sentry sat in Stern silence. It was against his orders to talk. A where is the Princess Musette Quot de mantled tin nurse in a Mabou terror. The sentry stared on at the Gat Post oppo amp to. I it beyond the Gate came a childish to. Bio i it tin nurse knew. The 1 a Musette was shrieking with Delight Over Ler first a nil pie. The Nur a grabbed tie lines from the Groom and urged the Pony Forward by jerking tic lines backward after the manner of women. The sentry s horse moved majestically out from the Gat Post and blocked the Way. A a go to out a a t the Way a ordered the nurse furiously. A Ziou cannot pass Quot said Tho sentry coldly. A i want the Princess Musette a a cried the nurse wildly. F she jerked the Pony a head and tried to turn by Tho sentry but. A great Gauntlet caught the bridle and help i it in a Vise. Tin1 Pony bewildered by the whip behind began to. Plunge and the grm had t a run to his head. The distract a Al nurse scrambled from the cart and ran with flying skirts toward the a i to. But tiny it y troop horse Felt dig of Sharp spurs and plunged desperately out t it head her off. Crowded of nth it a Corner by the pal Ace Gate the nurse on. 1 m he Groom to drive on Ami get the Princess Kun Scutti tie troop h use wheeled and the sentry \ h a a go mining pistol from his Saddle Holster. Quot halt Quot be thundered and the order rang in the ears of the Groom like n pistol shot to lib pistol looked big and Black and the. Gaunt Soldier by the Gate a with his by Arskin Hussar Cap and the scarier Dolman Over ids shoulder was terrible t. Look upon. The Groom slunk Back and the nurse wept in despair. A a a a a it was the Best time the Princess Musette Ever had in her whole life. When she came Back the liar had straggled Down into her highness face and then was n smudge of Blue Black mud across the tip of her highness Little snub nose. Her highness Stock lags wet us a dish rag. Were Slung around her highness neck in a Lovely Way that the Lodge keeper s children had shown her. Tin Princesa carried one shoe in her hand the other had floated off Down tie Stream after a tempestuous cancer As an Ocean liner plying across the Creek and carrying pebbles. The Princess sniffed with a Enlil in her Bead but the heart of the princ Ess was glad. The nurse on the verge i f hysterics waited a in the a Lii Side of the sentry line like tackle. Fibril player ready to Suxette turned Back die said. Staring fixedly at the but the primes to the sentry. Quot or. ,&Quot the sentry was Gate Post. Quot or. K a id tugging at his let a t Quot or. Soldier. I Fink i would like to kiss tic sentry it it deed Down out of Tho Corner of his at tin Sweet Little flushed a the sentry sheathed his drawn Saber with a a Fang. The sentry reached Dot v n a i two big gauntlets to the Princess Sun a tie. Hie nurse and tin Groom were a Sorrl 1 fled at he . His mistake. A it Atn very sorry t a. T your \ Lef u file. The front strange in 1m of the Gate the Gray t and softly a shoulders f Toul that dim St oppose Loop Hora the Lri lir a Tii rough 1 the Olla Iii a i mate and she proved to a Kip a eur Rio ideally Brothers it the pro. Spiral Ion a co. Who the Span coast. To the revolt Flea which personal profit by general Margalo governor of Mclillan who recently was killed in a sortie. Spanish forts in ruins. The Riff coast came into Possession of Kpan after the moors had been drive out of Europe in the fifteenth Century and were pursued into Africa. To prevent a second moorish invasion Spain began at once to fortify this coast and by the Middle of tin seventeenth Century from Ceuta to my Lilla and eastward As far As the a Gerlan Frontier was a Strong Llue of fortifications. Most of the forts Are now far advanced in ruin and All Are obsolete. Some had been evacuated even As Early As the beginning of the nineteenth Century and with the Loti nov Neq o ? successive Spanish governors. Became the stronghold of pirates until the latter were swept from the sea by the a Umb nod efforts Ltd of France England and the United states. The Lig to the to the Road stockings in stiff v figure of in it of an instr stained f a sat Dow and peeled off her the Little Barelli Hite in a to present i unit his head 1 always after us. Limp i Avin i a no or. To a v. to Quot. There is one y Little a dlr. A j class of a a ays be alter �1 a lured a funny Man. Tin came in j �?ow1 a i re they a of in Prius poster he Middle of Kays the woman. A ooh. That rate enemy would let to trim a hat for my loader i be Dirac her Ripe oar car. The lecturer at tie cooking school a sometimes enlivened her remarks with no anecdote. A the eighteenth Century Baker Quot she said a was a pipe cleaner As Well. Just As the Barber a Little earlier was a surgeon. Everybody in those Days smoked Clay pipes provided the same is cups or spoons by the Coffee houses. Well each morning a waiter Carrline ills master s Stock of pipes some Hundred perhaps to the nearest bakery. The Baker would Boll them out then dip them in liquid Lime then bake them dry. They Eaton out of the oven As Sweet and White As Orleans times Democrat paddled a no k to the so entry. A emr a a she i i i but tie speech died on her lips. She a had just disc Ivy a i Al that making fir tires in the dust with a ticks Bate toe i a the most fascinating amusement in the i world. She was recalled from her a Sor amp ing occupation by the Distant rattle of Pony hoofs. Her nurse was in Pursuit. The Princess looked up eagerly is t the sentry. Quot or. Soldier a she said. The sentry looked straight out to the a find Center and j Aid bet .1. A emr. Soldier Quot this in a breathless panic. Still the sentry would not look so she a gave his log a vicious Pinch. The sentry a Saber flashed again t it a present a can i go now Quot asked the Prince s Musette. A nobody can said the sentry gruffly. Tin Princess looked up at him slyly. Quot or Soldier nurse let me go barefooted lie cause she said Only Little no Hod As went barefooted. In a nobody nov Quot and pie Princess Sun to h id up her shoes and stockings for him to see. Of one Side the sentry could hear the Hoof Bents growing louder and through the shrubbery in caught a glimpse of a Pony a Art driven hard. On the other Side he heard the splash of water and the Happy shout of the Lodgek a a Iery a children. The lips of the lonely Little Princess wore begin Ning to quiver again when the sentry a Saber flushed a defiant gleam As it Roar in Salute. Quot pass Quot said the sentry shortly. The Princess Musette. Bar legged ran in doubt. Did you a said the ins Uram a a answered tin was operated in. But i whether it n Case a or a Case of profession Washington Star. a septic. �?o1 at ver Felt sure f appendicitis 1 a conundrum. When is a piece of Wood like a Mun Orch when it is converted into a ruler. A a. For ail kind of tin roofing spout lne and Cenora jote work. . Heaters Ifan too. Furnace. Eto. Is the lowest Del jut tee burst get John Hixson m be a front to

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