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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaMarble Rock weekly. H. B. Sues sox pump ctn Iowa. Marble Rock. When the tide goes out. When the tide goes out How the foam flakes dance through the wiry Scielge grass near the Shore How the Ripples spark in the s glance. As they madly Tumble the pebbles o or the barnacle rocks emerging seem of t. O to a about like saints who Wake from a dream Ard laugh for Joy v. Lien the tide goes oat. Then the Lide Goe How the Shiring Sands. Like gl.v.-. C. 0 gleam and slow How the sea soils Atwuil in their joyous , o or the shells where the Breakers come and so the Coal Blade Driftwood gleaming wet dec he of. By Rone Stout with its Clin Pring shells seems a. Bar of Jet studded with pearls when the tide goes out. Tide goes out How the breezes mow the nodding plumes of the Pine Trees throw sri How the far off ships like fakes of Snow Are lightly upon the Blue. The sea a in Hio Slov Retreat like a Manor struggles for each re a doubt but with hashing the sandbars meet and drive him Back when the tide goes out. To Hon Fie tide goes out How each Limpid Pool be3ects the sky and the Fleecy Cloud Eow the rills like children set free from prattle and Plash and sing aloud the Shore Birds Sheeri y Oaland while they Dart and Circle in merry rout the face of the Ocean seems to smile and the Earth to Lastrh when the Tida goes out. When the tide goes out As the years Roll by and life sweeps on to the outer bar. And i feel the chill of the Depths that lie beyond the shoe s where the Breakers Are i will not rail at a kindly Fate or Welcome age with a peevish pout. But still with a heart of youth await the final wave when the tide goes out. Lincoln in l. A. W. Bulletin. Queer detectives. How a boy a camera and a lightning Flash caught a thief. Copyright 1897. Fro Wanold old fashioned House a number of sounds issuing and preset Iolj a boy on nip Oul and went to the window. In his hand lie held a camera which seemed Ito require a Deal of adjusting. The window was High above the ground. Beiter in the second for for. And comma kled a View of a Field and or Chard to the Easl almost belch a it a Broad Stone Wall divided the lot from the property of Farmer Lumkins. When the boy at length looked out at the window he looked Down on a Fine collection of watermelons ripening in tie Sand on the opposite Side of tie he had seen them to often to pay them much attention but he presently whistled and chuckled. So he s got it up he said. Well i Hope have Stone the thing that was up was a sign and it read retard for infer Matlon of anyone stealing these melons. Silas Lumkins. Still smiling the boy with his camera vent from the House and running Down Long Back enclosure came to a Field. There the Sun touched with Light a crumbling old Mill with an Ivy covered wheel that for years had tailed to turn. All right at called the boy nevertheless he went Down on his Knees Ito arrange his Lens and Shnitter while waiting Way up on one of the flanges of the wheel stood a a icy looking girl. As the boy arose and turned the camera toward the Mill Farmer Tum tins abruptly appeared from the Trees. He said rather harshly Yeh fooling around with now some new failed Racket Fer Vastin time i reckon. What be Yeli taking said tie boy. It s a r v. No Good. Never seen yer like. Yeh bet Ter go i Hope you Don t taking Laft i of it fillish Iseff a 4. And i caught him. Look at in great masses from the West and the wind blew in fitful gusts. A darkness As of Midnight engulfed the Trees and houses and with heavy rumblings a Thunder storm came rapidly on. Young Donald ran to the House and rushed to his room. With Quick Nerv Ous fingers he prepared his camera and he opened the window to make More sure of his the darkness had now so increased that objects without could scarcely be discerned yet the flashes of lightning had thus far been few and All of them in the West. The camera was placed upon the Sill of the window which looked out to the East its shutter open so that when a Flash should come its impression upon the plate would be in stantly made. Nearer and nearer boomed the storm the heart of Donald bounded with excitement. He Felt that at any moment something wonderful might happen. Then the of Liis aunt came up the stairs Donald. T really have some he groaned but ran Down and out to the shed and caught up a dozen Sticks of Wood lie was just so etting Back when a sudden blinding Flash broke like a fiery crack across the sky then came a Boom and crash that almost deafened him. He threw then Ood in the Box in the Kitchen and Fiew up the stairs like a cat. Seizing the camera he closed the shutter then danced up and Down in his glee. Donald. Donald. I wish you d come called his aunt again. This is simple appalling and i want you Clown the rain had now commenced and the window had to be closed. But Don Ald was Happy and putting his Box in the closet went below. All evening the boy was wild to be up in his Viotet to his plate but his aunt kept him downstairs. In the morning while the chores i about the place were being done Farmer climbed the Wall called to Donald and his aunt. In his the Man was holding something soft and Blue. said he. What and he held up a Blue Serge jacket. Did you get said Donald. It s nothing More than a mid Bis aunt. Did you find it 7" would t a exit up Vliet notice an them bet steals my melons cried the girl. "1 found yer jacket there amongst pm an Yeh can t deny Why i left it Down by the exclaimed Becky. Hold on hold on shouted Donald. Who suddenly appeared running to Ward the group holding something Flat Pahis hand. I be caught the thief i be caught they All stood amazed. I put my camera in the window last he panted As he. Came up to set a Pic Ture of lightning and i got and the Flash made everything Plain and the thief was Down in Jour melons right then and i caught him look at he held aloft his finished plate and there across the sky were the lines of the lightning like Rivers on a map and Down in the foreground were not Only tie melons dish visible but a figure As Well. Dropping Becky s jacket and he s two big melons under his it was nearly half an hour before a in Blue could be made from the plate and then All of them stood in wonder to fee it including the Farmer and Donald s aunt. Weil. I said or. Lumkins. But i told Yeh ther d be trouble Fer Limo one thet took them Nellius an there will. I reckon i owe Yeh both a big Appo Legy an a Reward of inter the bargain. An i d like to jest Divide. It equal Between and he did. Short the liar Wyeth his own snare. The diagnosis does not cure the Dis ease. To gather n dinner of herbs is to eat it with gusto. Who denies his offspring god hath already denied. The reformer never hesitates to Mak the Devil fetch and carry. Economy consists in knowing when to spend and How to spare. A persistently slovenly maid will str Doralisa the most conscientious mistress. Bring me no water from a corrupted Well no gift from a Gambler from a liar no Grosjean in shot with a . Personal and literary. But the thin look Lek Huter plenty of Jack snipe. He was from the City and was sit Ting apart from the group of Hunters who were discussing the Prospect of a Day s sport at the Little hotel near a celebrated snipe Marsh. He was inordinately thin and a triple stoop Shoul dered. In his hand he held rather awk Ward by an old fashioned Hammer Breech loading gun. The rest of the i Hunters had Hai Merless guns. He and j on a Rusty looking Hunting coat but 710 j rubber boots nor Bunting equip wants. J a i i a i and there were some quiet jokes at his expense by the More experienced sportsmen. J finally he came Over and hesitatingly j broke into the conversation lie asked i questions of Cue of the Hunters who appeared to be. The whole and showed a desire to learn something. So the leading sportsman was quite affable and gave him Points. He Tofu tie sick Hunter How to Hunt Jack j snipe and told him he ought to have rubber boots a id a Skimmer less gun. I he related incidentally some stories of his prowess As a shooter. Is this gun of yours a full j he asked of the cadaverous Nii Rod. J i Ull Choice both said the latter. I shoot snipe with a under i said the experienced shot. The Hunters went away in different directions. The weak looking fellow had engaged Bill Jefferson the land lord s son to drive him to the Marsh. The Day was dark Aud Windy. There w Ere plenty of they were very Iii the and Plover wheeled by in White breasted flocks and Jack snipe sprang from the Short cover and darted away. Bill Jefferson hitched his team acid went to see the tender feet shoot. The i first eight shots Tihe sickly looking As the hit utes at the hotel bad dubbed him killed seen Birds. J was in ecstasies. I he said you re a wonder. I la j carry game for a Man like you. Well i beat pm j the Birds jumped w ild but the full choke was just the gun Forlong distance shooting. And what astonished Bill was that the thin Man seemed to know where Jack snipe should be found. He did t Potter about unlikely looking cover but went right to Thebes ground. The thin Man shot steadily until four o clock and they came to the Wagon with 55 Jack snipe. When they got Back to the hotel the thin Man Lay Down in his room for a Little rest and Bill Bung the snipe up in the cellar and want Over to town. In a Short time the whole thing Hunter arrived with is snipe. Ill bet there Ain t n Man on the Marsh got As Many Birds As. I he re marked to mrs. Jefferson. Why that tall gentleman got three times As remarked the hostess. Of. You mean airily re turned the important Hunter. Use your reason Bookbinder old Tessy used to Call Dickens George Vrh skers and Thackeray himself is stated that mrs. J. M. Barrie formerly miss Mary Ansell a Clever London actress return to the stage to take part in the Little minister Kendrick Bangs plays Golf when seriously inclined and As a recreation attends to his duties As lice pres ident of the Yonkers Board of Educa Tion. Parch on Lichard Legallienne s quest of the Colden girl has appeared. It is called the quest of the Gilt edged by Lichard de Lyric . Said that if he were a Mother of Daig hers he should Ike to be Mother in Law to half a dozen of j Scott s heroes. This was a Well merited conic Hemut. Kendrick Bangs contributes to the literature of tenant Gai ism Book called paste seven tales of Domestic the title is happily selected. Meredith the English novelist called the Sage of Box Hill visited the Mickleham elementary schools not Long ago and presented each child with a Jubilee Mug. L. Alden that a much time in cleaning his bicycle lie does about an s work daily on the typewriter at the usual rate of words an hour. When driven he can write words an Hothir but by that time the typewriter becomes demoralised and Snells Back and profit by the experience of people. Then thousands of people who been cured of nervous trouble rheumatism other by purifying their blood with Hood s Barsa Padiila. This great Medicine will do the same Good work Tor you if you will Ivo it the Opportunity. It tone tip your system create an appetite and give Sweet refreshing sleep. Pic Are the Only totals. Squirrels in the Oak. Loir the animals kept to disc not Lii or my favorite boarders in the Cak were the Gray squirrels. The boys knew their Hole from a Woodpecker s at a glance for it was in the living trunk of the tree and the red Brown margin always showed where their powerful Teeth had been cutting away the bark that threat ened to grow in and close them up. I have often wondered How the Wood peckers knew t4iat i t would imprison them and that they must put up with the dead limb. As for the Grays they were not afraid to live in the heart of the Oak and what stare s of Mats harvested in the Hick ories on the Hill they did manage to Tate up there there must have been a Peck at least when i ruthlessly chopped into the hollow with a Sharp Hatchet and captured a Fine Brood of Young ones that were soon Iaia de into Graceful and affectionate pets. The old father and Mother we did not want even if. We could have caught them because they Are fierce and in taxable in East Ivriy. The abduction of their pretty Chil Dren did not seem to weigh much on t heir minds they gave no sign of the to Ignart grief not to be comforted that i have seen for instance in Bine cellar and brought up the Bunch of Birds. Suffering shouted the astonished Hunter. Why. That fellow j is a Cracker Jalc. He s been stringing j Bill Jefferson came in shortly after and related a w Ordons talc of tie thin one s prow Ess. Exclaimed the Boss Hunter that lets me out. I m the Early train to town. The boys will Guy the life out of me when they pome so he crept to his room and came Down quickly and Tok the first train to Chica go. The Tihin Guy. The sickly looking was chronicle. Graceful letter writing. Carelessness in correspondence is worse than Slipshod speech. Who does not know the Charm of a gracefully worded legibly written note with its wide margins its Clear Black Ink and Dainty stationery an Art indeed is the writing of such Ami she and one that it behoves every woman to cult Ivan. V hastily written line betraying signs of haste and carelessness and scrawled on an indifferent Kepi of of Roper. In poor Copp air ent 5r Cleed to the recipient and brings Forth anything but flattering comment upon the writer. Careless speech is quite bad enough but the Charm of the speaker May be so great As to disarm Cirki Cirn. The note however stands on jts own Merit what is writ is there is no Grace Ful vivacity to plead for the writer or i coquetry of manner to distract Atten Tion from the errors coldly set Forth in Black and White. N r he feminine scribes in inviting an epistle whether to Friend or foe or Lover. Never Send a latter in undress so to speak any More than you would pre sent yourself in dish Abue before your most formal and fashionable acquaint ances. The one is quite As flagrant a breach As tie record. A answered. The s ate Board of Nebraska recently sent out circulars to the Farmers of the state ask ing the question does fanning pay in. Following letter reproduced irom the sep temblor number of the c9rn left would teem to answer the question pretty Etvard neb., Matig. I landed in Seward county 22, 1s6s, from Pennsylvania Overland with a team end Wagon and about Soo in Money. I now have 400 acres of Well improved land within sight of the county seat Unm cum Breed Worth i also have so Bead of horses 35 Bead of thoroughbred Here Ford cattle and 100 Bead of thoroughbred Poland Bina bogs Home s or 10 of them costing me each. I also City prop Erv to the amount of Over and some or More of personal property besides several thousand bushels of Corn and Grain. I have made it a Point to feed All i raise. I do not believe 1 have sold Over a thou Sand bushels of Corn since i have lived the state. While we have had a few Short crops we have never had a total failure. I am Well pleased with farming in Nebraska and advise All my friends to Ca St to Beni lot with us. Yours very truly Levi 1iopee. Forced Musl rooms. Prepare whole mushrooms remove he stalks then pick skin Wash them in milk. Take the following Forcemeats the whits of a Chicken veal marrow crumbs of bread soaked in Cream season wit i Salt Pepper and nut Meg mix together with a Little beaten Yolk of an egg. Then fill the Mush rooms put them into a baking tin and set in the oven. When cooked place on a dish and Prarar around them Thirk Gravy. Garnish w Ith of Lemon which have been lightly dipped in Cay beaten biscuit. Sift a quart of flour add a Teaspoon Ful of Salt and a Tablespoon fail of lard rub All together mix with Sweet milk or cold Waier to a stiff dough knead j five minutes and beat with a biscuit Benter or a heavy rolling pin for 20 min utes Roll out. Cut into Small biscuits prick with a Fork and bake in a Moder oven for 25 j borne companion. Refitted their Den As snugly As before and raised another family. When my squirrels went harvesting Del of them held he had. A the n Outh of the Hole for half a minute to see if the coast was Clear. Presently he whisked and stopped again to make sure while his Fate followed. Then or. Squirrel gave a rasping Long drawn bark of Defiance which must have filled his lady s heart with Admira Tion his boldness and with Lippre i fusion lest some unwary creature should come within reach of her lord s anger. You did t betray yourself and Send both scampering in wildest fright Back to the playing Hicie and seek for a few moments they ran in single file out. To the Topmost twigs of a great Bough gamed n Branch of the neighbouring Bare Walnut and crossing to its farther Side made a Des Pera the flying leap into the top of a . Running half Way Down this they used a succession of dogwoods and Oak saplings until they and reached the Grove of tall straight hic Kories on taif Hill an eighth of a mile from their Hole in the Oak. Come on them Sud Denly now if yarn would corp to see fast time made Over this queer course and gome record breaking leaps that fairly take away one s Ner s Magazine. Can shed Aplin. Lie had been of a Long bicycle ride and when he reached Titus hotel he decided that Pic time had come for him to have something to eat. Going in and sitting Down at one of the tables in the ii immediately approached by a waitress with a plate of soup. As he did not know As yet whether or not it was a table d Hote dinner that he was about to devour he thought it advisable to find out. So he addressed the waitress. Is this la carte or table he inquired. Replied the Maiden with some asperity As though impatient of such ignorance this is vege table y. Journal. Some queer Querrer combination of queer names has lately been reported than this. At a dedication of a1 Church recently he subscribers included or. Sensemann or. Poet. Or. Sourbeer and or. Pancake. And a Laily of a Man might find repose then the evil Day came to the Ouss of the . The neigh boyhood became no longer fashionable and the House became the Home of tenement dwellers. The new tenants splashed the canopied ceiling with Whitewash and blotted out the stars y. Telegram. Last month of the Tennessee can. Tenn Al Ami Industrial exposition. The Mont h of october closes this greatest of All expositions Ever held m the South and next to the columbian the Best Ever held in this country. For the closing month Spe Cial attractions have been arranged and the rates from All parts of the country have been made lower than Ever before known. The location i Casville Tenn is on the main line of the Louisville Nashville Railroad directly on its through car route Between the a oath and South and the trip in either direction via that City can be made As cheaply if not cheaper than Vin any other route. Ask your ticket agent for rates or write to c. P. Atmore general passenger agent Louisville ky., for rates and information. Alter the if any of my friends said the Candi Date for Congress wearily As he came Down from ins private parlor and walked up to the clerk s desk Tell them i be gone out for a going to stretch your legs a ten just the Otner said the Candi Date Detroit free press. Ervi theater Chicago. Andrew Mack the popular singing com Edian appears in an Irish gentleman1 for two weeks beginning september 20. To Moth bus or usage feb dibs. Mrs. Plan Ham s advice free. In this workaday world few women re so placed that physical exertion is not constantly demanded of them in their daily life. Mrs. Pinkham makes a special Appeal to mothers of Large families whose work is never done and Many of whom suffer and suffer for Lack intelligent Aid. To women Young or old Rich or poor mrs. Pinkham of Lynn mass., extends her invitation of free and Tice. Of women do not let your lives a sacrificed when a from mrs. Pinkham at the first approach of weakness May fill your future years with healthy Joy. Mrs. A. C. Brm Iee 123 North Al Bany Avenue near Hur Boldt Park Chicago 111., says i am fifty one years old and have had twelve children and my youngest is eight years old. I have been suffering for some time with a terrible weakness tha bearing Cwa feeling was dreadful and i could not walk any distance t began the use of Lydia a. Pink hands vegetable compound and Santive Wash Aad they have cured me. I Cumont Prim 7001
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