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j HER JOY.
Ihert'i a world of Joy In her heart to-day,
She's going away from care;
Ebfl going to watch the dolphins play
And to breathe the call a air;
Ebe'a going to splash In the briny foam
And got hi-rsilf sun-burned ttn-re.
She's KPln? to leave her mrea behind.
She's going, from worries free,
With not a trouble upon her mind
' To splush In the cully b.
And never to w - the same frock twk
At breakfast, Umner or tea.
She's tnklnir h r (I'lj-gle nlniiR. thi dear!
She fondles him on her breaj,;
It will give her gladness to have him
At night he will make his nest
.On the bed so f ft and sacrnl h--re
She blissfully 11-s at re.t.
' She's goli,;; nway with a joyful In :.rt
And eke Willi a v. ll-tilled lure:
A n.art ns the l,t.,t in a set that ll
Phe will eat av.d lurad" and tmm.rse
She's taking h r !..;:: le, the dear, sweet
Her Kl.y r' n.i.iny with tlio MirH
ti. K. Kier, m I'M.vpi Ki'Cird-llerald
"Tony" Piper at j
EY DLtiXI'J II. STOVALL
Ti u: lir.-'t ti.
v. . ,
o inlo ll.c ilig- i
l r.;: .!-: aired i
wen; f.ir toe !
' y'.l, ki i..'.!y-l'a. d,
litt:,. man. Ills cl.iiho
lar e f.ir h!m. ho lh:!t h
appi aratu o of ii wandonr, ; soarc'Tow.
lb' ;i ; ; i f. ;i !, d Wans, the foreman. '
who was l ! ; i i at cjaai No. 3, and !
usked for work. ;
"Did j ou vwr work in a placet (
Mine'.'" Walts aakod, as lie eyed bin: j
"Vs. Ten years worked iiluoct j
nine, Colorado." His voids were
sharp and jerky and I key caive Watti '
Iho imtiresxion of a forcli'ii toncuo '
Just wliat hn could not fiiess.
"Wliat can you ilo?"
"Pipe. Yes, pipe eight years Colo
rado." Wntl.t was in urod of a day shift
piper for No. !!. He had been operat
ing the giant himself during that part
of each day when time allowed, but
lie wanted a regular man.
"So you think you can handle a
"Ci.mt? No savvy."
"You don't savvy, eh? Well, that
settles it. How In thunder can you
pljie if you don't know what a plant
is?" It made Watts angry to think
ho had listened to tho grasshopper.
"Giant? You giant call that?" nnd
tho shrimp broke out Into a loud ban
tam laugh. "You giant tall that?"
ho repeated, when ho had rerowred
Ms breath, and pointing his finger at
tho cannon-like nozzle. "Wo call
that monitor, Colorado."
Watts' angered eountesanee was
brightened by a smile. The dimlnu
'lUve Individual did know something
Jtijv)ut.fl placer miiiQ'Sure enough.
.Tqj further ' prove -his claim the
loose-clothed man brought forlh a
'bunch of soiled ami worn letters, each
Introducing Antonio Martinez. They
;wcro nil from p'.'o:r.iiiMit Colorado
men. One was fr-un stn c::-;:ovenior
of tho stub', .":i l i.-'Imt were from
londim' minii;: in n. solium of whom
Watts I iv ', I'm- i." had ef'iii" from
Ovia lo n-.il ars before. Tho
le'i ! s wire i'a In Iheir leeom-
: a lo i-"'i
! s w re i
: e, A-'-.. !
vl.li er I .
:: : mid 1 ; v.- f n
frein I'm : :; i . !
AVatts eon dder'"d himself f uin'e.
Here wa.-- jii.-r 'lho pvn ho pe, ,i, d.
After 'i careful re-idi'v: of the liudL-etv
of re. otnt'if ndatisv,;! lie 1 1 ; r. , l Anioiiio
::v.v id 1 li':a to :'o to th-? lmnk-'ioi;..e
ale' v. t Ml i i. 'ii v, ) a i t v.i mid
he :" ?::ni-l him. Aftr dinip r he
would Iie'-bi v rri,. woiib! t-i';. t:'e
day shift it ginnt No. .1. (
When tli" ; lite rs tiled In and sealed
11i"pi ' !; the hi '.. s about the
Vies i-l'oii'"' tabb s t!..il in um, An Ii Hilo
y. :-': w?-: i si: :u. lie was a
?r.i r.i.i.w by the side of 111' -1 of tiiein.
'i'i i". r d 1 i 'it ft-; 'i i'. and one
n 1 : ' ft!
t.T: 1 i
1:5 tn fro- t
Moved Watt't or bis
ir.t b r w it !i 1!'.i
i grip i a the
lir of oni
w' o !:;' d I t 'Ti a piper all his ibtys.
"att3 did something then h" bail
vi r (lotto before put mi absolute
i" r:;i. v"r to idping. Hi-' usual method
w"'i to "bre;;k 'em 'n." first at ihe dig
!In:"t, rollii.g bowlders, blasiipg nnd
dr.in' other ttirns lo show
Vi re ai b nil'.' in a pbio.r :..
.; ,. .. i'o o:k' e e. ii a. n i
'. T iny
ii ;oii i'i - ro
il. , i: i' i' jo be
. i in ii" oi';er
ir d him lo bo
tti' !; r band.
1 of !'..-'
i : i r. ' ;
:"(i No. ;:
; a .:-..!uI
o i. ton i'i p'.rt
bev Iiad found
. "pig tail."
not Lear tl;c;o storks aasl
It was probably well enough that he
did not. for he undoubtedly would
hare refused the pipeship of No. 3.
To him, as to all pipers, the roaring,
singing monster that yielded to the de
flector's slightest touch, was a tiring,
breathing thine. A giant is to him as
a tamed Hon to its master obedient,
harmless, powerful; yet when mad
dened Is wild, merciless, uncoaquer
able. Without waiting to see how No. 3
would act with Tony by her side,
Watts turned, climbed out of the dig
gings and walked rapidly along the
trail to the mess-house.
Tho hungry foreman had just set
himself down to a steaming dinner
when there came a noise as of thun
der from the diggings below, inter
mingled with yells and shouts. He
sprang for the door, where a clear view
of tho three giants was afforded. "Dam
that Pago!" lie exclaimed, as he gav
a quick glance at the scene below, ana
grabbing his hat, started on a run
down the trail.
The worst had happened. The ut
most confusion reigned in the dig
gincs. db! No. .1 had "gone wild" and
was bavitu things all her own way.
A little block of wood had in some
way . scaped lbe strainer at the head
of the pipe that lay along tho moun
tain -i.!o like a serpent stretched from
the re ."in. oir to tl.c ilin:,i!i::s, and com
iir down, was carried to No. I!. The
block was loo bi:r lo pass through tho
giant's no. :;:h. The deilcctor was given
a sudden wrench nnd ere Tony knew
if. and cit'i iing round and round on its
pivot tho monster was out of bia
hands, Tony dudced down instantly
and lay Hat on the bedrock to escape
the groat nozzle ns it swung over
him. Jlo dared not run. His minute
frame would have been caught in that
powerful stream and burled a broken,
unrecognizable masj far out in the
The great stream was being thrown
wildly lirst against the bank, then
round through the tops of the pines
that towered above the ridge to tho
right. The limbs of the trees were
ft ripped by the giant ns though struck
by a tornado. Then as the giant swung
round tho stream was thrown across
the gulch COO yards away, and whirl
ing on dashed across the diggings
again. The men on the bedrock scur
ried for shelter. They crept behind
bow lders and lay flat to avoid the hiss
ing stream that camo hurling over
them and dashed its avalanche of wa
ter against tho mountainside with
every revolution of tho giant nozzle.
The pipers at giants No. 1 and 2 brave
ly stood at their posts. To have run
would have set the remainder of the
Three times around and old No. 3
changed her tactics. She ducked her
nozzlo downward and the white shaft
ceased its hissing. The men in the
diggings were safe. Hut alas for poor
Tony! As the giant scraped over him
all held their breath. But Tony rolled
his diminutive frame Into a shallow
CE"'lcn. . The glapt roased,oror him.
pressed against his back, mashed his
face against the hard, slate rock, but
never broko a bone. At this critical
Juncture Watts reached the throttle on
tho pipe lino nnd shut the water off.
He then came storming down Into tho
Tony, his face cut and blooding, and
trembliii.; In (very limb, meekly met
the wrath of tho foreman. After re-li-v!n"
bin," -etr of bis anger and mak
ing cbib.i"''e use of his entire Ftock of
profanity, in whb'h be cursed tho
Whole line of Colorado ox-governors
from the time tho Mate was annexed,
bo put 'l.ny lo "buci.ii!'" bowlders in
the tligvit:-;'.-'. Tony wanted to explain,
but be dan d not. Ilo knew tho cause
of it all. but tho "cause" bail boon
blown from the .Iain's noz.l", so
Wa'ts Ue or l.new the truth.
It was luie l biiinilt.il ing for Tony to
handle a sic Ice and wheelbarrow, but.
it v.as e. ii more so to ui:dero the
sneer r j; remarks and retorts of the
(iicclncs i;ang. He was silent, sullen,
almost sulky, but always busy. Ho
se'doni spol o a word, but worked like
a beaver from end to end of his shift.
Small as be was he could handle more
rock than apy oilier man in the dig-'im-M.
lie j,, j t himself aloof and as
t.ocia t 1 v. i'h none ()f the men. It was
i;uppi.-..-d :!::it Tony win an Italian,
tho.;: b so i;,r as Hi brogue was con
cerned I.o p.i !:! hi'Ve bee ll taken for
n'M tlr'r fr-.-ii a M vc ;in Greaser to
an lo binder. There wen; a number
of l;.iii;'.ii ; :iii".;:sl the clew, and be
lievit.i; Tony t bo a fellow country
man i !: ope by or.e addres-ed him in
their unlive tongue. Tony would only
look at ti.i ::; blankly and exclaim:
"No savvy! Yes, I can understand
you, no!" Th's was sit'.l'aieiit to sat
isfy e;uli of i hem that Tuny was not a
There was o; o desire paramount In
Tony's mind: that was to redeem him
Felt with Watts and once more he al
lowed a try at old No. e. II brooded
constantly over ids first day's misfor
tune, but how to explain the matter to
tho gruff foreman was beyond Tony's
power to figure out.
One day when both he and Watt3
were in apparent good spirits Tony
asked permission to liand! No. .1 for
n time. What Walls told him wouldn't
tio to print. It was brief, hut it was
forcible enough to wilt Tony's do
sire and banish all his hopes of ever
becoming pipur at giant No. 3.
About a month after Tony's arrival
he awoke one night to hear some
thing that nearly curdled his blood,
.lust how ho camo io awake he never
1 now, but the fi: -t sounds that caught
bis ear brought him to his senses with
a start. Two of the Italians who
vorked beside him each day, occupied
a bunk near hi own. They were talk
in;; i'u tlic'r tnoiber tongue ami In low
tones. ' Tony's cnt'3 were Daso in na
lnstar. The Itnliar.s wero unfolding
fi mur.iorous plot to rob tho bedrock
race and the sluices. From the drift
nl' their convciMiUuii it was evident
to Tony that the whole thing had al
ready been arranged, and that every
man of the day and night shift dig
gings gang, except himself was Impli
cated in the plot A large and rich
pocket had been uncovered by one of
the giants and the gold of this was
to be a part of the spoils. The follow
ing night was set for the robbery.
Tony lay quiet. Long after the two
men had ceased talking and fell asleep
he remained awake thinking, planning,
what to do. It was the hardest work
he had yet done at the mine, but when
the cook's gong clanged at five o'clock,
sounding the first breakfast call, be
had his plans complete.
That night the day men retired to
their bunks as usual, and so void was
everything and everyone of the coming
theft that Tony almost concluded it
was a dream. He changed his mind
when later in the night, each man
silently arose, dressed in tho dark,
and sneaked noiselessly from the bunk
house. When all had gone Tony too
arose and crept through the man.anita
that grew to the edge of the cliff over
looking the diggings. A score of arc
lights suspended high above brightly
illuminated the working grounds,
making the threo giants and the men
below plainly visible. As yet nothing
unusual had occurred. The superin
tendent was asleep in his room. Wans
was likewise asleep at his cabin, and
the night foreman was operating No.
X Tony could not believe the night
foreman and tlm two pipers wero in
the plot. However he would wait and
.l ( p.
Just ns the nu n from tho bunkhouso
rnuri'.l from tho trail at. the head of
tho diguing''. Tony noted three men
walk i usually and simultaneously to
ward the thp-e pipers. A moment
later and each of the three unsuspect
ing men at tho giant pipes were
knocked down, gagged nnd bound. Tho
giants were turned from tho banks,
tied fast, and their streams sent hurl
'ing to one side out of the way. Tho
men from the bunk-house joined those
in the diggings nnd all were soon at
work gathering the gold.
Tony realized instantly that some
thing must be done. Ho could hnve
awakened the superintendent nnd
Watts, but he had another plan. He
decided to fight the whole crew single
handed. Hv knew there would be a
man on watch along the trail, so he
dropped down into the gulch by aid
of the clumps of chapparel, climbed
the opposite bank, and crept up to the
edge of the diggings. Just ahead of
him was No. 3, unmanned and throw
ing her great stream far away into
Into the night.
Noiselessly he followed the shadow
of tho pipe line. Ho reached the
giant, (tit the ropes that had hold it,
fast, took hold of the. defiector ami
had the stream turned upon tho rob
bing land before they wero aware
that aught was wrong. With a yell
that would have done credit to a man
many times his size, Tony commanded
the men to "t'row up" their hands.
There was a general scamper for
rafoty, One- miscreant attempted to.
escape but was caught in the giant's
stream and shot against the gravel
bank like a pebble from a catapult.
Profiting by the experience of this
one, the others made no effort to get
away. Tony's hand was true now and
rhl No. .'! responded to his every touch.
Ho played the stream around tho
huddling group that-Ptood trembling
like a pack of whipped curs. It waj
Mire death to attempt escape.
Tin night foreman at last camo to
his senses and began sii'iirming at
Tony's feet. Ho glared up fiercely at.
tho linlo Pago. Tony laughed a loud,
fiendish laugh as he played the hiss
ing stream close over the heads of
the robbers. This done to his entire
mtisfailion, ho cut the night fore
man's bonds and released him of his
gag. The big man jumped angrily to
his feet and in a moment would have
pounced upon Tony bad not the latter
"You no savvy, yes. Look, soo!
Robber devils!" Then the foreman
understood. As Tony would not ghat
up bis place, tin? foreman rushed
across to each of the two pipers and
lifter releasing item, awoke Walts
end the superintendent.
Tin y later canp down heavily armed
.nnd found Tony still laughing in
hideous glee as he played the giant's
stream about the beads of thtj cul
prits. The next day the superintendent
(alb d Tony to his oilice and while tho
little Pago stood trembling, bat. in
band b( foro hipi. be was told that he
bad saved tho mine of J'.'n.dno robbery.
He was once again asked for bis letters
of recommendation. Tony dug them
tip from the depths of his loooe coat.
Tho superintendent read them
thoroughly and casually remarked:
"Well, Tony, I guess you'd bettor
take the day shift at No. 3. If seems
that you can handle hr better tbun
anyone else I know of."
When the little Pago tool; tho trail
on his return to the digin-'s. I.o w.v!
whistling p.'.erri'y - soiuetb ing bo bad
never done 1 Tore ho hud warn the
confid lice lie craved. ()vii!.i;: l
Wliat tlie Fly W:i Doliuv.
A certain spinster in Indianapolis,
who has lived alone in her beautiful
and stately heme for many years. Is
one of the city's most notable house
whes. No cblb'.ldi tinkers have ever
marred the pristine brilliance of her
mirrors and windows or played havoc
with tho handsome bronzes and vases
in tho daintily carcd-for dinlns-voom.
At the bono of her broihir, where
f( ( ii ( l.ildr-n romr fi'om morning
unlil rd.'-'ht. as imy be imagined, the
Fame (xquisilo perfection of house
keeping is Impossible. One day her
email niece relumed home nfter a tea
party at auntie's, and in an awed voice
said: ''Mamma, I saw a fly In .Aunt.
Maria's bouse, but (thotigrht fully ) it
was vasLlng itselL" Indiauapolia
Tcxe iaxauvc uromo quinine Twists, js
STOP, IXX)K, LISTEN.
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FOOD AFFECTS EUTTER.
riil Fnct la Xow IteeoRnlicd by Sci
ential nnd Dnlrjincii Here
.. : sr,i AUro.
Hut tor product of a cow cannot be In
creased by feeding fatty substances, but
'.!" 'i';i!!ty of the butter can be always
iT J in that way. For this reason
' ni!?ts are having no little cliffl
1 'liy i:i 1;. ti rnn'nbi! the purity of but-l-
r w'.i a the cows have Ik en fed on cer
' '. :' .:-. ,-i;c!i as cil cake. It Is found
1 " :: '.-: th.'t toward the (ml of a
w ' ' ' tioii ti.e oi,tii!e iieies in Hie
na; or: ' emne few. It has also been
; 1.". ' I y ;; wf db li prof' ssor.that cows
( ;'. ,!
ln;t r r 1
I n r.-i t i
1 n-M and vi t wca'lu r plvo
: ll;if lave in thein a corn
' vi. ill .'iiimnnt of butyric nr,.
Tiiueh luitti r niailo iu the fall
of the ye;ir vl
n the nit;hls are cold and
ions bad hae fucIi a
sniHil amount of olatjle aciiis in them
that, it 1 .31 (,fen bi en supposed that the
butter was laiviil with oleomargarine.
We have i.ot infrcpu.ntly Keen better
I'l t''t.' c'lec'T-y t'.;it anpeareil to have
ro Morn ihivor tbiin oleo. In fact 1he
writer was so juiro at one time 1 lint he
had In'' n sold olet.-niar.c.arine ft r but
ter th-.t be !--i nt a .imple to the Mil li
b."in a"-' eitural colli ce for aralyHi.-.
It I'rovi! to be pure butter. When pas
ture enu,:;!; i.s are the proportion
( r (
iiN N Li-ii and this rives
s 1 Pa ,'rir, V.'ie 11 the cov, -'
: '. v.-.-'! f.viii v. I : ! c r t'c
rre st:-! 1
1 i': t "
itin tlm Put-
e en t he flavor
t;-,-i a fo.PYr
low It! f be !'., ii '
111 Voii'liie aeii":
flavor. It I s
nofr that sibire
a liifh melt ir-tT
elves baMi r that U
:.: poirt raid (ju'le rich
- : hi re fore it has Inch
r:: what fiirprislnR to
;;h s a butter that lias
pnirt. and fho same Is
true of hay. ThefeeiHnfrof cralns favors
the Increase of volatile acids. Oaf-, rot
ton rahp, peas and beans are hinefcial
In their effects on butter. F "-ds con-
t i' ? n I n lt much suear exert a rnt!'r de-
terloratiiii (ffect on the butter fat.
Cows tiiat have been fed on cottonseed j
meal show a re.vtiun for cottor.- ed oil i
v.'hrii nea'..' eii, up to one n r cent. ( foil. I
It. follows itin' hi nnnlrst Tpf- Tit dcelnro j
that a baiter hail been mixed with rot- !
tniirppd re! when the cow had only bre-n
fed cotto'.iscod ni'al. However, if the
analysts cimu-ed a "ro than one prr
rnnt. it it'irht br r. uared as reasona'dy
certain that tl.p cil came In othrrvis
than through the cow. Itut In the eas
nf sesame oil a test carried on In F.nfz
lard Fhowed no reaction for that of
fifier the sesame cahe had been fed fo'
two months. Tn some of tlie rotuitr!r;
of Kurop" sesame oil must be put. Into
oleomargarine so that It ran by that
means r- ma' -!--. b ('IsflneuiMicdfroai
EOLDEli rCK MILS CANS.
A SimpTo Cnplrlvniii-p WHdi Aisnrc
('Ii'r.nfl'.cr i r.ii:l fn-.oM n I. (it
Holdlns a milk m while washing; Is
made cr.t.y by i:y i.'.:.:;, as t!.ow .i. WaUr
To Cure a Cold in One Day
For ( "(iiiiitrv l'roi!
roi 1 1 nr.
can be emptied from tne can and tio
bottom washed without liftiiif the can. '
Drive two tftahis, a a, in the 'round,;
mid in each place a bolt, b b, so it will
fit into tho handle of the can, c. Tho
can will swins; n:"!i!y or may betal en
down. Y. A. Shi af, in Farm and Home.
TIMELY DAIRY KOTES.
I".it time, but don't b"".t the cow.
The sununi.r .silo is cheaper than pas
ture any day.
It is not a jod to paint a silu
on ti:e inside.
If o;i ti-is: too much to ".?' tire, dry
wi a' le r iaay i ai .
Kc p t':n cow ; '
have no nini.i'.' e abi
lluvia to the miik.
Waor the caii.
r.ome s!.a;e f.,r ii
hay; i; v. ill fry i;.a
and wi'.l 1:1 a' e a I ,
Tb.cre Is but c:.e
wuh your j
'.vashed and j
iparl il.s el'- I
ut to i;
Ii pets dry. II.ivo
ai.d i-i'iiic t rass or
o i by growing
it r cow (ir ox.
criterion of fino
quality of cream; it must bo sweet and
fresh, so that it can be pasteurized and
cooled. It should be hauled every day
in summer and every other day in win
ter, to the skimming or cream receiving
To make a cow specially profltabl
for beef, while supplying milk for a
small family, let the tow be disposed
by nature to heavy quarters, as Here
fords, TTolsteins, Purhams and come
ia early nrd be enniinued In milk from
ear to year, with no other calf. Farm
. , i ,
'1 lie vaili n a oiiui nurse is larpe-
ly lr.ftu, need 1 y the driver. Even on
the farm, if you puL a horse into th'i
care of a slow, idlo u.rii, and If a youui;
horse Is driven by a slow, ('reless man
anything like a considerable time, tho
animal will acquire a habit, of slow mo -
tlon th.-.t will be dimcult to over-omo.
Ia a majority of the casrs a slow, trail
Ir.p palt malTs really harder work for
tho horse. A moderately quick walk,
.u, ., i,.t mi w-,. f.,,.
til. 1'. IIOL fit 1 I'H.lil,: iul ui un:, V
Lansts tho aulimU than a clow,
Little Orc raw, what is a ch.nr.fc, r
Farmer Bentovcr Wa-nl, need land,
0;::'.lc! Pon't you know what jour
maw's spare bedroom lools like?
: A,-. '.,.;.,v:''.''-'
j SK( 'I'P.K CAN UOI.l 'KU.
if he Youth's
endeavors vear bv
increase its Hold ttjvm
.puug iiiem wun reading thJt
varied, I'.iieriauiiiij; ami neipiui. p,(
191-4 volume will contain :
luclf, ri'tlectiDg AmeiiiMa I
Utmii. Csmn anil Vipl.l " l
SPECIAL ARTICLES contntufiw I
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