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Friday, November 29, 1929. BREWSTER HERALD I l lllll I "Z This Mother Had Problem As a rule, milk iS, about tile best food for children, b u t tlmre are times when they are nmch better off without it. It , :" should always be left . .i< ::::i: off when children ::i show by feverish, Tetful or cross spells, by bad breath, teated tongue, sallow skin, Indlges- llon, biliousness, etc., that their sterne Ich and bowels are out of order. In cases like this, California Fig Syrup never falls to work wonders, by the quick and gentle way it removes ill the souring waste which is eaus- tug the trouble, regmiates the stom- Ich and bowels and gives these or- gans tone and strength so they con- tinue to act normally of their own ac- lord. Children love its rich, fruity gavor and it's purely vegetable and harmless, even for babies. Millions of mothers have proved its nerlt and reIlabllity in over 50 years }f steadily increasing use. A Western mother, Mrs. Iay Suavely, Montrose, Ualifornia, says: "My little glrl, Ed- na's, tendency to constipation was a problem to me until I began giving aer California Fig Syrup. It helped her right away nnd soon her stomach and bowels were acting perfectly. Since then I've never had to have any advice about her bowels. I have al- ine used California Fig Syrup with my little boy, with equal success." To be sure of getting the genuine, which physicians endorse, always ask for California Fig Syrup by the full flaIne. Garfie|d Tea Was Your Grandmother's Remedy For every stomach and intestinal ilL This good old-fash- ioned herb home remedy for consti- pation, stomach ills anti other derange- mepts of the sys- tem so prevalent these days is in even greater favor as a family medicine than in your grandmother's day. 0ver 400,000 women and girIB who were weak, "blue," nervous, run- down, and unable to do their work properly, have improved their health by taking Lydia E. 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"Pastor Koenla's NerVine" 11 ,('] I d [eM-'l d 1, ] kl , Price Ltt and ShippIn g Tags! uol to Jg.P.D. -- TI4AT HALE'S HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR 'le tried home remedy Ior brealdfig up told=, relevL'ut throat troublc ttimu sad so0tldtm--ul ougklg and hoarn "JOe t all dqrz;s|a Ui*'1'. oet)mhe lh. ' IIE I I I __= IV; .,.W.N.U. PORTLAND. NO. 48--102J WNU Service I I CHAPTER IX--Continued --16-- =They're off l" shouted the met. chant. "Off? Nonsense, sir, my lookouts--" =No, no l ! mean Ben and the girl --and that creature that 'tends her I saw 'era, Fellowes. Saw 'era pile out of their house, bag and baggage. Tlmy came In a coach, but I beat 'era. By G---d,  ran a race I" Knuckles battered the door, and Tom Grogan rolled into the cabin "Mr. Silencer's complhnents, tap'n. and thor's two smallboats comln' alongslde the True Bounty, and her hands aloft on the yards." "You're right," exclaimed Pellowes. Jumping for the companionway. The night had turned Clear when lie reached the deck, and the stillness In the air indicated one of those calms which precede a radical shift of wind. Spencer, the first Ileuten. ant, a gruff, bearded sea-dog--whose proud boast was that he'd "saP.ed with Bowdltch, the navigator"- sniffed uneasily like a dog hunting a trail. "Aye, aye, Captain," he responded to a question. "Something's brewin', but don't ask me what. I'd say a oor'wester, if 'twasn't for them stars." Breed. the Virginian second lieuten. ant, who seldom spoke, held up a forefinger for attention. "'What's that?" he asked In his soft voice. "That," was a dlstant murmur In the air, and glancing across the roofs and trees of the city toward the Hudson, Fellowes noticed a low bank of clouds drifting ahove the Palisades. "Here she eomes l Topmen aloft. Mr. Spencer," lie ordered crisply. "Double-reef tops'Is. Mr. Breed, make haste with that anchor.', There was a rush or men to their stations," ratlines twanging under the push of seaboot. Peering aown- stream through nlghtglasses, Fel- lowes caught a momentary glhnpse o the upper yards of the True Boun- ty, ghostly With drooping canvas, be- fore the thickening darkness blanket- ed her. "But--but--you're really going?" Joshua quavered beside him. "Yes, sir, and we'll be hugging the True Bounty's taffrail," Fellowea as- sured his employer. "But you must be going, sir. The river will be wet for you when that whld strikes us." Joshua paused at the gangway, and grasped Fellowes' hand, a look of concern on his rubicund features. "You must hate, remember." he pleaded. "With all of yourself. Not Just one of 'era. The whole lot. And If you feel you're slacking up on one of 'era, why, bear down harder on her--ah--him." "I dare swear I'll be able to, sir," Fellowes answered sadly. "Good-by. and bid your wherrymen row for their lives." "Lives, b--I I" rejoined Joshua. mercurially elated. "Nothing can happen to me--not until after I've caught Ben." His voice was indis- tinct as he descended the Jacob's ladder. "You're safe--If--ha te-- enough. Hah. damme!" .A bump an nounced his arrival In the wherry "Good luck l A fat cruisel And hate. man, hate. Hate will see us through." Fellowes turned from the gangway. A moan came out of the west. and a stunner of clouds blotted the aky. The moan tightened to a screech, and the gale hit them, physically vindictive, n monster that bellowed and clashed and yammered In the rigging, bent on piling the brig against the walls of Castle William that towered un seen above the Governors Island shbre- But the Centurion bore up nobly, light as a cork for all her ur. den of men and armamenL faithful to her hahn. Rearing like a racehorse on the choppy eolnbers, she edged safely around the west tip of the island, and squared away for the run down the Upper bay, a bowl of empty night save' for the Tue Bounty and the whooping wind. Fellowes was cha- grined to find lie could no longer dls- cern the True Bounty. 'In despera- tion. he summoned Cuffee, whose #is. Ion, he knew. was better than any white man's--and Cuffee made short work of the dlculty. "Cuffee no see him Inn', Mars,r Feilowe'. hut dar him f'hater' ship." "Goodt Youtake the wheel. Fol- low the True Bounty as closely as 'oa can." "YalL Mars'r FeHowe'." The brig bucked and sidled, sway. lag o the conflicting pressure of wind and wave and tide In tim gut: but Cuffee held her to the course. Apparently, Cllater steered by feel bet'e. Fellowes realized, with his first thrill, that the I'enturinn was at sea Of the blockaders there was not s race. "Do you still see the True Bounty?" .e asked Cuffee again. "Yah, mars'r. Hhn dar." But an hour or so after midnight s frown dlstol.led the negro's scarred features, and he exclalnled angrily In his Jnngle lilalecL "l,ost him?" cried FeIlowes, "Yah. hlm ),lJU. niars'r ()e time Uuff,,e see bi4 den him gone." *'He's no fool, Chater," Fellowes said grimly. "Mr. Spencer, take the deck, if you please. I'll turn L for a few hours." CHAPTER X Savor of Vengeance Morning brought a dull, gray sky. an untiring wind--and empty hori- zons. Fellowes knew he must have long since outdistanced the cumbrous True Bounty. and shortened sail as much as he dared, but the Centurion fled before the gale at a fair twelve knots. All that day and the ne. the nor'- wester stormed after them. but dur. Ing the second night It hlew Itself out in a snow-squall, and Fellowes wore ship to retrace his cmlrse- Studylna charts, he decided tile True Bounty would steer north of the usual track to the Penlnusula. (?hater would hug the routes of the British convoys to Canada, choosing rather to risk be. Ing overhauled by an enemy cruiser than by his awn countrympn--very r -,-/j,// I I #Ji - \\;\k The Centurion Fled Before the Gale at a Fair Twelve Knots. possibly trusting to SOlne form of pro. tectlon from Admlrul t'ockhurn. So for fOal' days more tile Centurion beat to the northward on a zlzzag coarse thai covered nnmy miles of sea. but It wasn't nntll tile fifth day that the cry ot "Sall ho" from the tnalntop sent all hands to their sta t.h)ns. The strange sail made n clumsy at. tempt to runaway, hilt tile hrle overhauled hlln In less thun two glasses, anti a Ileross his bows sent hint flalq)Ing Ioto tile wind An hour later tile George and Anne. of Liverpool. hul(led with strolnls Yorkshire wtolens, cr,,'kery and hardware, was dh'erted fr-m Halifax to New York. with a Yaokoe prize crew in charge ot Iler, nntl file ('en turhm t,,re off on her mission. Northeast I,'ell.wes sleered on a slanting conrse that wouhl cltrl'. him far to seaward of the coastlug routes wllere t.he enenly cruisers kellI watch and ward, fan to seaward, too. o! the Grand banks: hut a week afler the George and Anne had dwindled over the skyline a cold clammy fog wrapped the Centurion. and tile prl. vateer crawled along, with tbathle hmkotltS at each Inasthead and on ffoop and fo'c's'le- the maguzlne open and the gun-crews mustered. That day they stilled as reunffe as though they had entered another world. Once a whale almost collided with tllem. or: horns growling, tin-pans chinking, bells tolling, nlen shouting. A bristle of masts projected frola the lingering shreds of mist, bulls took shape, scores of balls, a stately seventy-four, flying ao admiral's pennant, a brace of frigates. "A Canada convoy," exclaimed Spencer. "We be good as stewed. cap'n." "Not by a d--n sight," snappea Fellowes. "Aye, not if 'tls Adlolral Warren. hinlself. Where's that slg- nahnan7 Slgnalflma, hltherl Break out the Royal Navy enslgu. Haste. man, hastel Now, the Stars end Stripes. Aye, you fool, on the same halyards. Run 'era up l Ruo 'em upI' He leaped on the hreaeh of a gun as the seventy-four, nearest of the men-o'-war, came squattering down from windward. "Ahoy l What ship's that?" hailed an officer from her lofty poop, crowd. ed with figures tn blue and gold lace. "Down, you men." Fellowes snarled at hls curious crew. *'Flat on the deck." And Ilfttng spcaklng-trumpel to lips, returned tile hall: "Aye. aye, slrl This Is the American Drlvateet Centurion, nlneleen guns, Captain Llon Felloes, out of New York-- prize to the Semele frigate, Captaip. Lord Sandys." Like all American prlvateersloen. Fellowes had heen prhued with ths Information avnllahle as to the cruls. Ing stations of the Brltlsh men-o' war, and lie hapiioned to recall thai the Semele, a thh'ty-two, was a unll of the Jamaica squadron. The watch-officer of the seventy-four knew as much, and retorted promptly" "Where did you leave your ship. sir ?" "Off the Mona passage:" There was a monlcnt of consulta. tion on the enemy's poop, then the same otficer balled again: "And your nllnle?" "l.leutenant Broderlek, sit;," Fel lewes answered desperately, castl.g n wary eye nbout Iitm for an openlnl to slip clenr. "Brodcrh'k. eh? Yoa ain't rated to the Semele, sir--not hy Iny Annual." "] am newly transferred to her sir," Fellowes tnlprovlsed. "From rhe Cape." "Ha, slrl 1 find no Broderh'k list- ed as a lieutenant--" A Imh ot Tyne traders, heavy-load ed, bhmdered out of a swathing of mist, and staggered abonrd tile ('en turlon. Fcllowes. swift to. seize the opportunity, oretended to great anxl. ely. "I.ufl up. there, d--n' ye," he hnlled the first ot the merclmntnlen, wlttl all the typical nrroganco of a nhvy officer. "What d'ye mean. my tnan't I.ull up, I say l Here. you at th( wheel--" to Ills own hehnsman-- 'hear away frma the rascals. By the I,'lond. they'll run us down !" Skillfully. he InterlmsOd the Itaplcss trath,rs helween the brig and lhe sev enty.four, and urged his topmen aloft "Jump. lads!" he shouted. "Get ev ery stllch on her, tf you'd not se i)n rt nltHir." The ('enturhm's hands responded wllh yelps ot aplweclalhm, swal'mlna lhe yards, regardless4 -I a ragged ilre of muskelry fr,ttl the seventy-f.ur. whh:h lind begun to smell a rat. Tile fog. still swirling at different levels, obscured tile 81tUllthm for other ships The frigates, mlmlful of their special duty. the guarding of the conwy's flanks and rear, contented themselvea wllh dlsclmrglng warnlng-gtm fol rhe laggards re move up. The seven ty.four, crnmmlng on sll sail. tried to wear pasl the officious traders: hut she wits an aid Spanish prize, hroad. heanled and slow, and hef.ra silv could bring her forward divisions to tln00..,ounde L In,]I00nan,,y bem.a,h ,e,, the prlvaleer had Inter,..sed ,,,h lelr geeff. Tne nlgllt was so sllenl er vessels of the convoy to Pover her that the swish of the brig's cutwatet self. The confusion was prodldous+ could be heard aft on the poop. And individual ships changed their tae morning.was as still, But noon courses; a slovenly Irish hrlg rmmed saw a .streag .or sunshine, overhead, a Smllhamptnn ship, and wns round ano suuflenly the rog-curtam was rent Iv cursed" cnnmm hoolaed snd ev- In tatters, and st,,ppers Seemed to -.'r_v fou-horn tlnnan drum or bell ha come out of their ears--for they the fleel Wll. et'to'work ,heard all about them a mnffled clam fTO "BE" J, ONTINUED) Incubator00 in Use in EgYpt Ancient Model00 The Incuhator for hstehlng chicken grouud, level ha a sm.II door: the Is prohahly as old as history, which In the Medlterranean reghm rnns back more than 4,500 years. There were, doubtless, Incubalora In Egypt hefore Moses wns h.rn, and to this day In that eountry tlley nre .lust what they were In the Ilfetlme of the great He. brew leader, The arl ot hatching ehh.kens Iq handed down from gt,nernfhln to gen eratlon, frold father fo s-n. a secret craft. 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Especially on Sunday= Unless the careless nuta can learn To drive more carefully, It doth behoove the rest of ua To do ours prayerfullyl Saving Time "Are you still taking a cold dlp every morning?" "No; I stopped doing that to save time." "'Why, a cold plunge doesn't take more than a ndnute or two." "l know; but I used to spend three- quarters of an hour beforehand In bed hesitating." A Hopeful Sign "Dear," said Mrs. Brown. "I belteve mother Is offended about something. She hasn't been to see us for several days." "B e sure," said Mr. Brown, "to, find out what It Is. wben she comes and we'll try It on ber ngala." Sport Wrlt'ng on Society Events Ed--/ see Myers, our baseball ex- pert, got In bad when he wrote up that society wedding. Bill--Yes, lie continually referred to the brhlegroma as "the main guy of the show." It's Spade Work Quesilen--What Is the dlfference be- tween realism and nlodernlsm In lit- erature? Answer--Reallsm calls a spade a spade a l)a(le. 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