("The ‘Arrow’ of ’ Fate
copyright. isot. by W. ll.'Gannll. hitnrller.
(coxcncnuo non JANUARY NUMBER.)
a e have . .
own, down ilntl” gasped the “S(tIIyin the waiting-room," I said gently
‘C girl, dragging at me. “He's tora inspiration had struck me. “I'll retu
stop d to bring Geog: to. ie lna te '
it hl yo '
thin s you're h .
not! Tell Inel Oh. tell ruel"
“Never I scratch,
the most heautiiul,
pathetic, agonlred things
ml kn iv
o . rush. I'm
He will not see you."
A: i crept in, greatly astounded, her pltliul
and up the
wailed out intothesllsnt woods,
m laugh or triumph.
dat her eyes h n .
I bIeik“In two hours. want to drive shout lor
“0hlwdo just as l say."sho pleaded. “lknow I
n the b coming.
irl pulled out the weapon,
xaminlng my rel-ltlileevewith a lace lilreaauea. secure .
r ' ' she Iald '
By Elliott walker
i signed ior it and turned to my charge.
AI nice remark for an
opening oi in
“Dear moelilnever thought to bring any,"
w min utes.
Going to the nearest livery I switched out
In 'it flourish. “A good
soil dry ' I lit
orse and huggy at onca,”I comma ded
ate! more and
Ind seem d res zn
young, I n
gone, and with a delicate beauty in her
as she leaned back an
I felt coarse, rough Ind dirty. “Wher1i’s the
At the next curve, vvetook the road again and arrow?” ,and the r plied that it ua
. A hoarse shout in our rear told us that vvrawied in a per and tnclred under the at.
the search d commence . ’e ew. H ‘via his ii iuie or it," 1 said. “Have
t our destination, a boy
loudly. A telegram lrom
Trimper. ltoreltopen. “Alter you on next
train with warrant.’
imnat him care 0! her
on against the whole we dw at or your
uanand. i’m airaid I must set: you to marry
lsot upa loud and cheery laugh at my pira-
V8? decided stoppage lhad posai not daring to giant t her- nor di 1
little ch age here w a sno her train wait for In Inswtzr, out went on very glihly:
. in so our. T e Shockwells mlg t c in on, --it will beiuat iorm your pr ec iou,
Erobnbly would. ii n t, i shou t or to on lrnow, util o are rlectlysaie The
arley in the evening, But there lay another we on: getaseparatio . i sine it t e
obslacle. ‘V8 would be intercepted without best Ind only way, eadluila it sounds. N
douot. Couldiborr money’ chsriugtour living soulcsu relch yo n. gaily,you‘ll
Didn't kn soul. Besides the would bemy pro rty. Notbln can tone on.”
on thetralnweshonl tslre. iv 1 Ihad res- 1 K: uuud tins . 5 was crying
ued her. e was Fate. Heretolore in solt y. "Its kill 01 you," she so e .
“You've run I terrible risk for I Iorlorn girl,
there on iishiug trips. Ha
I was a lat man, scu-
llbla and a sound lriend.
m u we were speeding
lalong the islr, smooth highway, and l was my-
rl had made a little toilet at the station
quite hlppy. vsry
ow discovered, all her sharp manner
it her saisty was quite
Turning my hetrothed over to Mrs. Barney,
I took him ISICIG and told him the story.
(5 Aline dinrie ud efore sunset Mr.
air marriaga c i-title e w h m t d
est,aittin on green heuc n the sol: yar
ad ho rowed ve dollars at Barney (or my
wedding expenses and siltistied the old min-
our host sent my team back the next ‘morn-
ing by a man wio was going‘ over; then
hitched up his hrowiicolta s d him
us through the beautiful valley, across the a-
conlc range an ‘own into Farley-ta very
pretty Iitllc weilding yoiirney. p 4
what was going on Ilt .Iewelt’s Crossing, rnilea
We laughed I good clenl aver tha ring I
arrow, I said,
a me I must have it back to
renielrlllt-r you ily.”
Falllnr quite approved or what [had done. 1
gave himn full account in the library while
mother and the girls tussed over my hotter
hnli u stairs. She grew prettier every minute,
Ind Eegnil to feel acre at the iden at losing
Sol went over town to 11nd Hoover Ind tell
him it he ever saw old Shot.-kwell to let me
know, but he never did, nor an; one else, I
guess, ltirthe whole outiit packe and moved
Father roared when i got back. “Cud,” said
he, ‘‘you’ve gone and married an or h n
so in nnectlons, and considerahle
lth. Even this aunt, her nearest relative
was somebo once-E or The rest
are distant. u g Iiockwell intended to
ha 6 her Sha was coaxed there on some re-
test to spend it week, an een a prisoner
ave ' ce. 1’ll arrange your divorce at once,
and soc that the child has her rights. Queer
thing, very." For nudge, lather had lots of
n, in boy. it's growing damp.
A business lawyer o hlty-three has to keep in
shape nowadn .
- lett me I got back my arrow, ch?
wives. She chimed I in no
vorce and proved it to my entire satisiaction.
y carry in the arrow: o, my boy.
I alone handle that. Why? It's polaonedl
Hints for Churchl Parties
eld in the average smsl town or vilillgo
is not a philanthropic allsir, pure an
Although toes Ind atrnn era, as well n
KThmnIt he admitted that a church party,’
that draws out the crow .
Here is an invitation to a measuring party:
--a lnenaurinu party is given to you,
"H: Iomething novel I! WEI] II new:
The invltntion II with the ruck
For use In hringlng or lending luck
Five cents for every loot you're tI .
on door or III
An extrn cent (or ench lilch giv
Anti show thereby how high you Iivl.
in: music, Inlig, recitntion Ind pleasure.
HE boy that owns a dog should ro-
vlde it with a suitable home. h
number or dog-lreunel designs to
nnm ro pera
one his individual
their pet'lI domicile siter well-lrnown halid-
ngs, sorn a simple rsme structure,
and some are content with I common box.
The design hero described is simple Ind ei-
iicient. First decide what dimensions you will
r Iet the lite of the In
Ike the tlrst. 3 feet 8
ese on e level place Ilao, as
It this 3 :8.
The nrut step In to make I lrnme. unlnz 2 pieces
0 2 bv 2 Ituii, 3 Ivhet 8 . an tw
pieces 5 int long. rut tllem inzrtileras shown
Now we will consider the roof.‘
By Lilla J9. whitney
Wu'1lmeet ono Ind Ii) It our
Party or lliruiiro." ,
hols is pu nched in the upper corner It the
alt ol the card, into which is tied B alnlli bag
made of silk or rlhoon. The invited gu
detschesthe hsgirom the car , lace within
it the required amount and can ea it to the
To atone iora posslhle mistake in the home
measurement, some o ‘
when by this
ecomes due to aomehody’s
baltrbgeneliial merrlmsnt prevails
“For zverv letter in your name
A penny laiie. Ind cut the same
wuhiu this little got; r.
i An it you would e very nice,
up through this operation twice,
Then quickly shut and loclr it."
any amount, in pennies over thatnumher, is,
or course all the more acceptahls. Perhaps for
this ver n a church birthday party
lng card oi invitation, with the K'"'9“‘“3’ “‘“'"'“‘V9 "90
lnevitahle hag accompaniment, is pla dln n
nvel as to each g eat. iiere, the
amount s bag is hssed upnri t um or
relors the advantage oi beinl:
rown," or “llIlJoneri" is
undou htediy appreciated.
By John L. Dougheny
in Fig. 3, and lay on top or your completed
irsme, so it will he even,
your Ilantlng roo ,
the proper shape at these, take a lnr-h t lck,
Al ch boa d and it t against thvlr
outer extr t es t, s and on
mslto he '9‘ 9'
choose. The entire inmo-
work of henna
Ihawn In Fig.4. NIII your
How many hirthdaye have you ha‘dt
count them over, hotu gay and sad.
and should there he many,
For each give a peuu ;
This in lust what to do:
Multiply the anus number
, ny two times two."
( Useful Things for Boys to Make
H-oor Iioarrlu on the top of the lower 2
sills, to keep them well up iron: the ground. it ,
es and mo -
. e-inch pine is
good material for this pur-
se. a moi-boards
ver t 8
with narrow strips called
batting. For your door
u e-inch A
strip 1 inch wide and 1-2
thlclr nailed around th
lrep‘ iroinviriugn, ii .
oau..nn .- i’ pu .....”.aJ“5E?..‘;iSa”$‘.5
your r I, beg u at the lo e d an wor
p,, 5 1- lnche gnu,“
Also put hoardsl-2 Inch thick nnd4 lncheswido
arouu oleo eer ends 0! your
root irsrne pieces, and on each side or the cen-
IG 5. v
tcr or highest i t g -
“minim -Mlnz l3“r3nu".'.‘..i2rlr.“l"l‘o‘r"t“i.'a imtltrd‘
This cnmplnti-stlielnh. Paint will add 1. it’
heauty and help to preserve it o “
Will Yoll ‘Write a Postal
“ So a Sick One May Get Well?
Send no moneywainaply I postal card, giving the name
olaoinc one who nee hcl . Tell use the haoir in acud.
will dn t arrange with a drugglat
‘ tl r. shoopls
at my riix. it
'1‘ en 1 i will
near him so that he may tslis Ml hot
Restorative. He may take it I mont
it auc eels. the cost is $5.50. it it iii a, the drugglsl
will hill the coat to
That in nth ii show you whIl the rained] can
do it is the easiest wa to convince you. it is th-
only way to induce all who need help to accept it.
i a s the alter to multiply my cures, audiani will-
lug lo trust the cur ones to he lair with me.
in the past in ye 1 h tlvs
to liuudzms or thouaari a or aiclr our 1 lust thos-
terms, Ind 39 out at 40 hsva paid gilt...‘ teeauae they
got well. I pay just as willingly when one as l but
Th: remedy is my discovery, the result at 1 lifetime‘!
work. i have pcrlected it by watching results in ihou.
sands ol tha must drnicuit cases thIt physicians ever
meet. l irunw -has it I
M ceaa as irom Strengthening wenk inside
rier es. Mid my Restorative is the only remedy that does
h When orgnn in weIk I bl’iII[ hack th nerve
It. an a
power which alone operates averf vital organ. it is iilie
giving an engine more steam. ‘vs the weir organ
power to do itr duty, and there is no other way to max
ca csiv'e or a slclr one who wlilneglectsuch
a treatment, when l tslre the eutlra rlan
simply state whic Booklon Dys epsie.
hcolr you want and sd- em‘
dress Dr. SE00?) Book 4 for omen.
Box 4304. Racine. wis. Book is ior Men (sealed.)
, noolr 6 on Rheuixlalisni.
Mild cnsu, not chronic, are ones cured with one or two
hottl At drug
Stat stics ofa Big Hospital
Two million live hundred thousand pills and
three tens or cough lozenges are dispensed ‘every
ear at the London Eoapitnl. Ninety‘-two miles or
ages. also six tons oi cotton-wool.
or pinster are used annually. Every ds haita tcu
once and tour uudred aiphous oi sods-watensnd
in I year th: aggs used, it placed and to end. would
extend to x ilea.
and n nallin
What is your opinion 0! happiness’! - ‘
What nre the essentials upon whlchyou think
it depends‘! health-nine out at
Neither can those a oun p . r not)
r0 2 n m n 0 ' m is who has dyspepsi
or any arm of stomach trouble‘! They c lanes
11) it. It’: the ul e ed nerves.
Don’: judge him too in u cannot ex-
to iind n sunn where pain in
gnawing In my I. nerv
em 0 to ge cured-try , hut
dually give up in ii almeitons
(i erly kno al Ber-
ry Wine) has restored nior these people to
health and happiness than any other remedy
It isapureiy vegetable remedy which roots
se or the trouble at the very start.
rmaueut cure tor ailments
pe se. ri tree sample bottle today.
Gladly aentpostpsid. Lear ior yenrselt ha
ill do, colors you huy. ow it
has done, what it do You .
take this way of showing our conildence in it.
address vernal Remedy co., 410, seneca Build-
lng, Budalo, . . .
On sale at leading drug stores.
IN CASH GIVEN AWAY.
To arouse interest in, and to advertise the
GREAT sT.r.ouis wortnnis nun
, ress on a postal card and
we will read you tuu particulars.
it -World‘: Fair Cilnlest 00.,
a and an g
,. lull lxrtlcll nd
v him Int. lldnmlyou rlothlnlr.
asnd us the anonryy
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nu,‘ mm M L ‘I 15 L93. Igvggrdinucglillls-1:151.
I pay iron. :1 to [I000 rnr thousands or r to
Alncrlqnti Ind lorelltri tI)IIIl.!lIllI I and paper ino-
:;[y9..lI.':.vt>cilall ‘killed. over l- dllrt-reutlsuea,
[Ween Hi-lash for I (run many at wllli-h
may as IlIKIi as will ucr col lur the older rare is-
s s more lists l pa
nnuli lilulu-r prices. I
liostnii liahi-r sold recent-
and as coins Ind medals
hrotlkilt over 65000. ‘Hie
ly iour coins xor tlsw.
Jalirllui aisles iliat ilir.
. ir a
alimle sin ti. and tlugtllobe that a 4.iIlv:aton man
on H wurlli L
lama lP;rl‘ililIle prollta read two arm n tor 4
not lrc'.lirr and make a ten tliuuaanils or ii
i. Von uerac er..ou.,, cu..."
(rs.-h 'v'o'a rfanr‘.
0.. (.'LN:1)NA‘I‘i. o.
THIS WATGH. “
‘N $100'or9r seEliEI!lEllIllEe. I
Wewlllgle g (I re , '
atcnnset. t'iie’i‘is'i.T-i'i'?2.'i‘i'vi’i’ch?cii'ii.'i' '.'l.'ii‘
kg: use 8:1! 10 Dnclgl-Kelsi!