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Vigor, for it
rich look tatlio
You know tho story how good
Quoc.li I loss, pointing to tho buautlful
lialrornpo.isaiitBirl.Rahl, "There's a
jeal royal crown. I would trade my
I'liMoinmeforlt.11 That was lotij? ago.
N.iw oil can have a "real loyal crown"
df o"nr own, simply by using Ajer's
Unit Vigor. It makes tho hair grow
tlili-k and long and Htops it falllnp
W'hon your hair is rlrh nnil hoavv,
and wIilmi tho elosust inspection falls
to delect a sliiglu Kray hair, you will
(.mtaiiily look a itcot dual jounper,
and joii ill bo much better hjUtflcil
wltli") oitrsulf, too. Isn't that s.'
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mere no Rtoou anu iookcu sneniiy, 1 . .,,,, , .,. lnllinl. ii,i
not uiiilpratnndlnK. not carltiR to in- f(,11L.P wlllMI ,10 aw her, -Ho he Htop;.i
quire. Across the way a white-throat ; , . ....,...,. ,,v .,.,, pav,w mid tint
1 .. d M n.-l l.A.ttlttl lIUll 1lA
was ulncluK. clear, beautiful, like the
shadow of n dream. The girt stood
, Her smnll, fnlr head was inellned
per so little sideways, ntid her linger
was on her lips us though she wished
to still the very hush of night, to which
Impression the Inclination of her sup
j pie body lent Its grace. The moon
light shone full upon her countenance.
A little white face It was. with (wide,
clear eyes nnd a sensitive, proud mouth
that now half parted like a child's.
Her eyebrows nrched from her straight
I tune in the peculiarly graceful curve
, that falls Just short of pride on the
1 one side and of power on the other
I to fill the eyes with a pathos of trut
I and innocence. Tho man watching
could catch the poise of her long white
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Onion Barber Shop.
Hhe stood on n knoll In the middle of
a grove of monster pines. There was
something of thu cMthedral in the spot.
The girl stood tall and straight among
the tail, straight pines like a figure on
nu ancient tapestry. She was doing
nothing -Just standing there but the
awe of the forest was In her wide,
In a moment she stirred slightly nnd
turned. Drawing herself to her full 1
height, she extended her hands over
her head, palm outward, and with uu ,
Indescribably graceful cestui e boned a j
ceremonious adieu to the solemn trees. ,
Then, with a little laugh, she moved ,
away In the direction of the river. '
At onco Thorpe proved a great need
of seeing her again. In his present,
mood there was nothing of the uwe
stricken peace he had experienced nft-,
er the moonlight ndveuture. lie want
ed the sight of her as he had never
wanted anything before. The strong 1
man desired It. And finding It lmpos- j
slide lie raged Inwardly and tore the I
tranquillities of his heart.
So It happened that he ate hardly at 1
all that day and slept III and discov
ered the greatest dltllculty lu preserv
ing the outwaid semblance of ease I
w hlch the presences of Tim shearer .
and the Fighting Forty demanded.
And next clay he saw her again, and
the next, because the need of his heait
demanded it and because, simply
enough, she came every afternoon to
the clump of pines by the old pole
trail. Hut now curiosity awoke and a
desire for something more. He must
speuk to her, touch her hand, look In
to her eyes. He resolved to npproach
her, and the mere thought choked him
1 and sent him weak.
' When he saw her again from the
shelter of the pole trail ho dared not.
and so stood theie prey to a novel
umiKiitimi. tlmt nf liclnir bullied in an
Intention. As he hesitated ho saw that
she was walking slowly In his dliee
lion. Perhaps 11 hundred paces sep
arated the two. She took them de
liberately. Her progression was a se--i,w
r .vwu (In. nun whti'h melted
T?.e olrl toit llttcniwj. J n,,,,,,,, into the other without
neck and the molten moon tiro from I nI)prpclablc pause of transition,
her tumbled hair the color of corn I jn n moinCnt she had 1 cached the
silk, but finer. frMRe of brush about tho pole trail.
Hchlnd her lurked the low, even j Tj)(1J. 8t00lj MC to fncL.
shailnw of the forest where the moon 1 Se R(ive nttlc slnrt 0f surprise,
was not. a band of velvet against , lmml ici)cu- to her breast,
which the girl and the light-touched .,.,. .. rnll,.it nnil staved. Her child-
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were etched like frost ngalnst a black t jt(0
window pane, inerc was soiueiiniii.'.
too, of the fiostworVs evanescent spir
itual finality In the scene, as though at
any moment, with a hurt of the balmy
summer wind, the radiant glade, the
hou-rlng figure, the tlllgreed sliver of
the entire setting would melt Into the
accustomed stem and menacing forest
of the northland, with Its wolves ami
Its wild deer and the voices of Its
Thorpe held his breath and waited.
Again the white-throat lifted his clear,
spiritual note across the brightness,
slow, tietnbllug with ecstasy. The girl
never moved. She stood In the moon
light like a beautiful emblem of si
lence, half real, half fancy, part wo
man, wholly divine, listening to the
little bird's message.
Kor the third time the song shivered
across the night; then Thorpe, with a
soft sob, dropped his face lu his hands
and looked no more.
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OR several days this Impression
satisfied him completely, tie 1
did not attempt to analyze lt;
he did not eon make an effort
to contemplate It. Curiosity, specula- .
tlon. longing all the more active cum,-'
tlons remained In abeyance, while out
wardly for three days Harry" Thorpe j
occupied hluibclf only with the needs
of tho Fighting Forty at Camp One. ,
Ho was vaguely conscious of a great
peuccs within him, a great stIUucss of ,
the spirit. I
I.lttle by little the condition changed.
Tho man felt vague stirrings of curios
ity He speculated aimlessly as to
whether or not the glade, the moon
light, the girl, had been real or merely
the tlgmcnpj of imagination. Almost
Immediately the answer leaped at him
from his heart. Since she was so cer
talnly flesh and blood, whence did she
come? What was she doing there lu
the wilderness? His mind pushed tin t
query aside as unimportant, rushing ,
eageily to the essential point. When j
could ho see her again? Ills placidity j
had gone. That morning he made soui'
vague excuse to Shearer and set out
blindly down the river. And so, with
out thought, without clear IntentlMti
even, he saw her again. It was near 1
the "pole trail," which was less like 11
Hall than u rail fence. I
When tho snows are deep and snow- j
shoes not tho property of every man
who cures to Journey, the old fashioned
pole trail" comes into use. ft Is mem-1
ly a series of horses built of timber, I
across which thick Norway logs ay
laid about four feet from the ground .
to form a continuous pathway. In I
Viinmer It resembles nothing so much
is a thick one rull fence of considera
ble height, around which n fringe of
light brush has grown, .
mouth parted a
and tho bienth quickened
through it. But her eyes, her wide.
trusting, innocent eyes, sought his and
He did not move. One on cither side
1 of tho spike-marked old Norway log of
tho trail they stood, and ror an appre
ciable Interval the duel of their glances
lasted lie masterful, passionate, ex
igent; she proud, cool, defeusUe lu the
aloofness of her beauty. Then at last
his prevailed. A faint color rose from
her neck, deepened and spread over her
face and forehead. In a moment she
drooped her eyes.
"Don't jou think you stnre a little
rudely, Mr. Thorpe?" she asked.
The vision was over.
"How did jou know my name?" hv
She planted both elbows on the Nor
way and framed her little face dell
clously with her long pointed hands.
"If Mr. Harry Thorpe can nsk that
question." she replied, "ho Is not quite
so impolite us I had thought him."
"How Is that?" he Inquired ureatfi
lessly. "Don't vou know who I nm?" she
' asked lu return.
"A goddess, a beautiful woman!" he
I answered ridiculously enough.
She looked straight at him. This time
I his ga.e dropped.
"I am a friend of Elizabeth Carpen-
ter. who is Wallace Carpenter's sister,
! who, I belleM'. is Mr. Harry Thoipe's
j She paused ob though for comment.
The young man opposite was occupied
I lu many other more Important diiec-
"We wrote Mr. Harry Thoipe that
we were about to descend on his ells
' trlct with wagons and tents and hull-
ans and things, nnd asked him to come
' and seo us."
! 'elm ..hi l,ul.-ml nf hi 111 fur n moment
Lsteailllv. then smiled. The change of I ihuu'iillkent.".
big aside to leave a way clear.
hall meet my friends."
Thorpe imagined she referred to the
rest of the tenting party. He hesitat
ed. "I am hardly In fit condition," he ob
jected. She laughed, parting her red lips.
"You are extremely picturesque Just
as )ou are," she said, with rather em
barrassing directness. "I wouldn't
have you uny different for the world.
Hut my friends don't mind. They are
used to it." She laughed agnln.
Thorpe crossed the pole trail and for
the llrst time found himself by her
side. The warm summer odors were
in the air; a dozen lively little birds
sang lu the brush along tho rail; the
Minllght danced and flickered through
Then suddenly they were nmong the
pines, and the air was cool, the vista
dim and the birds' songs Inconceivably
He said little, and that lamely, for
be dreaded to Bay too much. To her
playful sallies lie had 110 reposte, and
In consequence lie fell more silent with
another bodlng-that he was losing bis
cause outright for lnck of a ready
And so the last spoken exchange be
tween them meant nothing, but If euct
could have read the unsaid wordB that
qui voted on the other's heart Thorpe
would bine returned to U10 Fighting
Forty inoro tranquilly, while she would
probably not have leturned to the
camping patty at all for a number of
"1 do not think you had better come
I with me." she said. "Make your call
' and be forgiven 011 your own account.
' 1 don't want to drag you lu at my
thai lot wheels."
1 "All right. I'll come this afternoon."
! Thorpe had replied.
I "I love her; I must have her. I must
go-at once," his soul cried, "quick
I now before I kiss her!"
"How htiong lie Is," she said to her-
1 self, "how brave looking, how honest!
. He Is different from the otheruen. He
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"Hut I never received the letter. I'm
so sorry." said lie. "It must be nt tlie
mill, ton boo, I've been up lu the
woods for nearly ti month."
"Then we'll have to forgive you."
"Hut I should think they would haye'
done something for you nt the mill"
(TO 111'. CONTINUI'.lD
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"Oh, we didn't come by way of your, ( Tell a mn that Chamberlain's
mill. We drove fioin Marquette." . . . .
"I see." cried Thorpe, enlightened. 1 Colte, Cholera and Diarrhoea
"Hut I'm sorry I didn't know,. I'm sor- Keniedy will cure cholera morbus,
ry you didn't let me know. I suppose , . . ... t .,k , f t u be.
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you thought I was still at me nun
How did you get along? Is Wallace
"No," she replied, dropping her hands
and straightening her erect figure.
"It's horrid. He was coming, and then
some business came up, and lie couldn't
get away. We are having tho loveliest
time, though. I do adore the woods.
Come," she cried Impatiently, sweep-
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remedy, and leani from his own ex
perience how quickly it gives relief,
and he will remember it all his life.
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