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Copyrlibt 111 or tbc ilitailU
TWO days passed, and Sheldon
felt that he could not grow
any weaker and live, much
ies raiiKe his rour uany rounns
of the hospital The deaths were aver
aging four ii day, and there were more
new case than rocot erics The bint k
were In a funk. Ilach one. when taken ' nMwrllln n,nt the dying man's tern
sick, seemed to iimke every effort lo ,,crlurt. ,vns going don h It must hnve
die. They believed they wen- going ,,,, Kl)K ,1()W .hon tho ,u,,r.
to die. nnd yet. nolle Ing Mils with tmUp(,,r registered one hundred mid
nbsolule conviction, they somehow ,,, cn H,. had burned out. Sheldon
lackeil the nerve to rush the frail j kuc, ,PN,n ,,f ,, bouso boys group
wraith of a mini with tho while skin rt iiround. their wtiltt' singlets and
and escape from the ehnrnel house by
the whale boats. They chose the 1 1 n
gerlng death they tvero sure nwalled
them rather than the Immediate death I
they were very sure nutiiii pounce
upon them If they went up ngiilnst
the master. That he never slept they ,
knew That he could not he conjured
lo death they were equally sure they
had tried It. And een the slrkness
Hint nns sweeping them olT could not
With the whipping In the compound I
discipline had Improved. They cringed '
under the Iron hand of the white man Hheldon nodded his bend, but did not
They gave their scowls or malignant I i, Mncn n he had loved Ilughle
looks with nverted faces or when his , Krummond. his death nnd tho funeral
back was turned They r-.vod their j , (.t,iiied seemed nn Intolerable bur
mutterlngs for the barracks at night. ,,. tn n,id t0 what he was nlrendy
where he could not benr .And there
were no more runawnys nnd no more
night prowlers on the vernndn
Dawn of the third day nflcr the
whipping brought Hie Jessie's white
snlls In sight. Ills partner was on
board, vigorous nnd hearty from sit
Wts'ks recruiting In Mnlnltii. He could
tnke charge now and all would be well
Sheldon lay In tho stenmcr clinlr nnd
wnlched tho Jessie's whnlcboat pull In
for tbo beach. He wondered why only
three sweeps were pulling, nnd he
wondered still more vrbeu. beached,
there wns so much delny In getting out
of tbo boat. Then he understood. The
three blacks who bad been pulling
stnrted up tbc beach with a stretcher
on their shoulders. A white man.
whom he recognized as Hie Jessie's
captain, walked In front and opened
the gate, then dropped behind to close
It. Sheldon knew th.it It was Hughle
Urummoiid who lay In the stretcher,
and n mist enme before his eyes. He
felt nn overwhelming desire to die.
The disappointment wns too great. In
his own state of terrible weakness he
felt tbnt It was Impossible to go on
with his tnsk of holding Iterande
plnntntlou tight gripped In his list
Then tbc will of him Onmed up again,
and ho directed the blacks to lay the
stretcher beside him on the Door.
Ilughle Drummond, whom he had last
seen In health, wns an emaciated
"Rlack water fever," the captnln
snld. 'ne'a been like this for six days,
unconscious. And we've got dysenterj
on board. What's tbo matter with
"I'm burying four a day." Sheldon
answered, as lip bent over from the
steamer chnlr and Inserted n tber-
momcler under his partner's tongue.
Cnptalu Oleson swore blasphemously
i nnd sent n bouse boy to bring whlskey
nnd soda. Sheldon glnnred nt the ther
i "One hundred and seven." he snld
I "I'oor Ilughle."
Cnptalu Ulcson offered him some
"Couldn't think of It perforation. ;
you know," Sheldon eald.
He sent for a boss boy nod ordered
a grave to be dug: nlso, some of the
packing ensca to bo knocked together
Into a collln. Having given the orders,
Sheldon lay back in bis chair with
"It's been fair bell, sir," Captain
Olt'nou began, then broko off to help
himself to nioro whisky. "Contrary
winds nnd cnlms. We've been drlftln'
all about the shop for ten days
There's ten thousand sharks following
, us for the tucker we've ben throwln'
over to them. They was sniippln' nt
the oars when we started to come
1 ashore. Wo got It from the water
wator from Owga creek. Killed my
cusks with It. How wns wo to know?
I ve filled there before nn It wns nil
right. Wo had sixty recruits full up.
and my crew of fifteen. We've been
buryln" them day nn' night. The beg
gars won't II e. dash them! They die
out of spite Only three of my crew
left on Its legs, five .more down.
Seven dead Oh, h 1 What's the
good of tnlkin'?"
"Huw many recruits left?" Sheldon
"I-ost half. Thirty loft. Twenty
down, nnd ten tottering around."
"That means another addition to the
. hospital. We'to got to get them nshore
! somehow Vlaburl! Hey, you, VUburl,
I ring big fella bell strong fella loo
'The hands, called In from Ihe fields
it. I list unwonted hour, ere split
lnto Sotnchnionts. Some wore sent
Into the woods to cut timber for houso
beams, others to cutting caiio gnus
fur thatching and forty of Ihctn lift
I cd n whole txint above their heads nml
carried It dowu to tbo bcd. Sheldon
hud gritted hli teeth, pulled his col
lapsing soul together nml taken lle
rnndo plnnlntloii Into his list unco
"Hnve you seen Iho barometer?" Cap
tnln Ulesou asked, pausing nt tho bot
torn of tbo steps on hli wny to overtee
the disembarkation of tho sick.
"No." Sheldon answered. "Is It
"I I'm going down."
"Then jou'd heller sleep aboard to
night." whs Sheldon's Judgment.
"Nuier mind Hie funeral. I'll see to
poor Ilughle. If jou cim see your wny
lo It, come nslioro tomorrow und lend I
me n hnnd. If ou en n't. send thu I
"Right O. I'll come myself. Mr.
Johnson's dead. sir. 1 forgot to tell ,
you three U.iys ago," I
Sheldon turned to til partner, calling
for l(OVH 0 c ,)lm ,, lhv lullsu.
Hut Ilughle Urummoiid hud renehed
the end. Ills breathing was Impenep
Utile. Ilv mere loueli Sheldon could
0in Ctii, peculiarly nt variance with
their dark skins nnd Kavngc counte-
mini os. their huge ear plugs nnd carved
Bmi ustenlng nose rlugs. Sheldon
tottered to his feet nt Inst mid half
fell Into the steamer chair Oppres
,.,,, .. ..,,. ind )00I1 t ws now
vvrD ,miri, lipiresslve. It was diffi
cult to breathe, lie panted for nlr.
The faces nnd naked nrms or the house
boys were bended with sweat
"Marster," one of them ventured.
big fella wind he come, strong fella
sinking under. He had n feeling
nay. It was n certitude that all he
hud m do wns to shut his eye and
let go nnd Hint be would die. sink
into Immensity of rest. Ills wenry
body seemed torn by tho oncoming
pangs of dissolution. He wns a fool
lo hang on He had died a score of
deaths ulrendy, mid what wns tbo use
of prolonging It to twoscore dcjiths
before be really died? Not only wns
he not nfruld to die. but ho desired
Hut tils mind that could will llfo or
death still pulsed on. He saw the two
wlialcboHts luud ou the beach nml
Hie sick, on stretchers or pickaback,
groaning nm walling, go by In lugn
lirlous procession. He saw the wind
m.iklng on the clouded horizon nnd
thought of the sick In tbc hospital
Here was something waiting for his
hand to be done, and It wns not In his
unliire to He down nnd sleep or die
when nny task remained undone.
The boss boys were called and given
their orders to rope down tbo hospltnl
I with Its two additions. He reinein
bered the spnro anchor chain, new and
black painted, that hung under the
house suspended from the floor beams
nnd ordered It to be used on tbo hos
pital as well. Other boys brought the
cotlln. n grotesque patchwork of pack
ing cases, and under his directions
Ihey laid Ilughle Urummoiid In It.
Half a dozen boys carried It down the
earh, while he rode on the hack of
' Tnl nLi0KS oazkd ArPBanEitsiVKLt at
Tiia dark link on tuk wateh.
another, bis arms around tho black's
neck, one hand clutching a prayer
While be read the service iho blacks
gazed apprehensively at the dark lluu
on tbo water, above which rolled and
tumbled the racing clouds The first
1 breath of tbo wind, fulut Mid silken.
j tunic with lire, fanned through his
dry baked body as be flulsliid reading.
Then enme tbc second breath or the
wind, an nngry gust, as the shovels
worked rapidly filling In tho sand.
So heavy was Hie gust that Sheldon,
still on Ills reel, seized hold or his
man-horse to escnpo being blown
nwny. The Jesslo was blotted out, and
n strango, ominous sound urusuns mill-
I iltudlnous wavelets struck foaming on
I the bcuili. It us like tbu Jiubbllug
'a r fry iBiwJfcy fiT
w iwMNfr 8
i -j ' junnrw. L"r
f , 4.il million I'h hi ii
ibniil ,'iiiild I e t' nil tin-dull lliiiilillli
if rnllli.u itMii nuns Tli,' tall iti'llniti
irmiliiil irrt" tliiil nml snapped
abuiil like tvhlpliislus. Tin1 nlr seem
iil llllfil w It Ii their dying lonws. nn.i
niie of wlilrh. sti'm iii. iniilil liruln n
limn Then enme the rnlu. ii deluge.
ii straight, hoilr.ontnl sheet Hint poured
iiImiik like ii river, defying gravitation
The blni'k. with Sheldon mounted on
llllil. plilliged nheiid llilu Hie Hilek of
ii ttfiiiiiliu fill fiiru 11I-1I nnd lnr III till1
ground t nvold being toppled oer
lie's sleeiilng out and far to
iilghl.'" Sheldon quoted ns he Ihoiight
of the dead muti In the sand nml the
rnlnnnler trickling down upon the cold
So they fought llielr wny back up
the beach The other blacks eiiughl
hold of the man-horse mid pulled mid
tugged. Them were among tlicm those
whose fondest desire was to drag the '
rider In the sand nnd spring upon him i ho saw the whnlcboat, full length, nnd
and mash htm Into repulsive nothing- saw right Into It ns It rose on tho face
ness. Itut tbo automatic pistol In his of a wave. He snw six sweeps at
belt, with Its rattling, quick dealing I work, nnd In the stern, clearly out
death, and the automatic, death defy- lined against tbo overhanging wnll of
Ing spirit In the man himself made I
them refrain and buckle down to the
Insk of hauling him to safety through
Wet through nnd exhausted, he was
neterthcless surprised ut the ease with
which he got Into n change of cloth
ing Though he wns fenrfully weak, ho
found himself actually feeling belter.
The disease had spent Itself, and the
mend had begun
".Now. If I don't get the fever." he
said nloud and nt the snme moment
resolved to go to taking qnlulno ns
soon ns he wns strong enough to dnrc.
He crawled nut on the vernndn. The
rnlu had censed, but the wind, which
had dwindled to a half gale, was In
creasing. A big sen had sprung up.
and the mile long breakers, curling
up to the overfall 200 yards from
the shore, were crashing on the
beach. Tho Jessie wns plunging madly
to two anchors, and every second or
third sea broke clear over her bow.
Two flags were stiffly undulating from
the holyards like squares of flexible
sheet Iron. One wns bine, the other
red He knew their mennlng tn the
Iterande private code: "What ore your
Instructions? Shall 1 attempt to land
boat?" Tacked on the wnll between
ir.e signal locker nnd the billiard rules I the boat wns Hung upon the beach, tbo
wns the code Itself, by which bo verl- men springing out nnd dragging Its
fled the signal before making answer. noso to tbo gntc posts. Sheldon bad
Ou the flagstaff gaff n boy hoisted q , tailed vainly to the houso boys, who,
white flag oyer a red. which stood for, I at tbo moment, were dosing the re
"Ituu to Nenl Island for shelter." I malnlng patients In tbc hospital. Bo
That Captain Oleson bad been ex- I knew bo was unnbto to rlso up and
peeling this signal was apparent by go down tho puth to meet the now-
the telcrlty with which tho shackles
were knocked out of both anchor
chains. Ue sllppedhls anchors, loav-
Ing them buoyed to be picked up In
betler weather. The Jessie swung off
under her full staysail; then the fore-
sail, double reefed, was run up. She
was nwny nite a raco norse. clearing
llntcsonn shoal with half a cable length
to spare. Just bcforeiiibe rounded the
point she wns swnllowcd up In n ter
rllle squall that faroutblew tho Ilrnt.
All that night, whllo squall after
quail smote llernnde. uprooting trees,
overthrowing copra sheds nnd rocking
the house on Us tnll piles. Sheldon
slept. He wns unaware of the com
motion. He never w'nkencd. nor did
he change bis position or drenm. Ho
awoke a new man furthermore, he
wns hungry. Ii was over n week
since food had passed his lips. He
drank a glass ot condensed cream
thinned with water, and by 111 o'clock
he d.ired to take n cup ot beef tea.
He was cheered also by the situ
ation In the hospital. Despite the
storm there hud been hut one death,
nnd there wns only one fresh case,
while half n dozen hoys crawled weak
ly away to the barracks. Ue wonder
ed If It wns the wind that was blow
ing the disease nwny and cleansing the
Uy eleven a messenger arrived from
Ilalesunn village, dispatched by Seelco.
The Jesslo had gono ashore halfway
between tho villngo nnd Ncal Island
It wns not till nlghtfnll Hint two of
the crew arrived, reporting tbo drown-
j Ing of Captain Oleson nnd of Iho one
remaining boy. As for tho Jessie, holstor on hor hip.
from what they told blm. Sheldon I "Pretty hospltnllty.J must say," was
could not but concludo that sho was I Dcr greeting, "letting strangers sink or
a tolnl loss. Kurtber to benrten him wm In your front yard."
he was taken by a shivering fit. Jn ij beg your pardon." he stam
hair nn hour ho wns burning up. And nieml. by'a supremo effort dragging
he knew tbnt nt lenst another day hlmsrir to his root,
must pass before ho could undertake m, jPpg wabbled under blm. and
even the smallest doso of quinine. He w(, n mirrocallng sensation he begnn
crawled under n heap of blnnkcts nnd sinking 10 tho floor. Ho was nwnro
n little later found himself laughing 0f recblo gratification as bo saw
nloud He bnd surely reached the limit solicitude leap Into ber eyes; then
or disaster. Barring enrthqunko ir blackness sraoto him. and nt tho mo
tldnl wnve, the worst hnd nlrendy bo- j mcnt 0f smiting him his thought was
fallen him. Tbo Kllbberty-Olbbet wns , ,i,at nt as, anl ror the first time In
certnlnly safe In Mboll pass. Since bis llfo he had fainted.
nothing worso could happen things
simply had to mend. . So It wns. shiv
ering under bis blankets, that ho
laughed until tho bouso boys, with
hends together, marveled at tho jlevlls
that were In him,
CnArTEU IT. I
JOAH LACKUAWP. I
Y tho second day or tho north-'
wester Sheldon wns in col
lapso from bis fever. It bad j
int1.11 n,i unfitlp nilrnntflpit of I
i ,1 i.mmi. irnsanniT
ordinary malarial fever. In forty-eight
hours It hnd run blm ns low as ten
dais or fever would bavo done when
he was In condition, Dut the dysen-
.cry bad been swept away from He
mude. A score of convalescents lln-
gered in the hospital, but tliey wero
fmprovng hourly. There bad been
).i ono more deatb-tbat of tho man
1 wboee brother bad walled over blm In.
1 stead of brushing the flies nwny.
Ou Iho morning of the fnnrlli day of
I his fever Sheldon lay on the veranda,
1 gazing dimly out oer jjio rnglns
o'cennT Tho"wlnd was "fulling, tool a '
mighty sea was still thundering In on
Iterande beach, the flylug spray reach
ing In as far as the flagstaff mound.
Hie foaming wash creaming against
the gateposts. lie had taken thirty
grain of quinine, and tho drug win
buzrlng In his cant like n net of hor
nets, making his hands and knees
tremble and causing n sickening pal
pitation of the stomach. Once, open
Ing bis eyes, ho snw what ho took to
be a hallucination. Not far out and
coming' In ncross the .lesslo's anchor-
"P1 " Hnw a wuaieuoars noso lurusi
skyward on a smoky crest nnd dH
appear naturally, as an actual whale
boat's nose should disappear, ns It
slid down the back of tbc ia. Uo
knew that no wbaleboat should be
out there, and be was quite certain
no men In tbo Solomons were mad
enough to be abroad In such a storm.
Out the hallucination persisted. A
minute later, chancing to open bis eyes,
white, n man who stood erect, gigantic.
swaying with bis weight on the steer
Ing sweep. This ho saw, nnd nn eighth
man who crouched In the bow and
gazed shoreward. Rut what startled
Sheldon wns the sight of a woman In
the stcmsheets between the slroko '
oar nnd the steersman. A woman sho '
was, for n braid of her hair was flying,
and sho was Just In the net of recap
turing it nnd stowing It away beneath
a bat that for all the world was like
his own "flnden-Powell."
The bont disappeared behind tho
wave nnd rose Into view on tho face
of tho following one. Again ho looked
Into It. The men wero dark skinned
and larger thnn Solomon Muudcra, but
the woman, he could plainly sec, was
white. Who sbe was and whnt she
wns doing there were thoughts that
drifted vaguely through his conscious
ness. He was too sick to be vitally In
terested, nnd. besides, he had n half '
feeling that It was nil a dr&nm.
"(lood boatmen." wns Sheldon's ver
dict, as he saw the boat lenp forward
on the face of a huge breaker, the
sweeps flying swiftly to keep her on
that front of the moving mountain of
water tbnt raced inndlv for tho shore.
It wns well done. I'nrt tun of water,
comers, so bo lay back In the staamcr
chnlr and watched for agca whllo they
Cnrcd for tbo boot. The woman stood
t0 0ne side, her band resting on the
Kte. occasional surges of sea wuter
j washed over her feet, which bo could
,.,. ,.ri. llrllsed In rubber sea IxKits.
i She srutlnl7eil the house sharnlv. nnd
foi some lime she gnred ut him stead
Ilv Al Inst, speaking lo two of the
men, who turned nnd followed her,
she sinned up the path
Sheldon atlemplisl to rise, got half
up out of his ilinlr and fell back help
essly He wns surprised nt the sire
of the men. who loomed like giants be
hind her. Roth were six footers, nnd
they were heavy In proportion. He
hud never seen Islanders like them.
They were not black, like tho Solomon
1 Islanders, but light brown, nnd their
feature were lurger. nioro regular nnd
Tbo woman or girl, rather, be de
cidedwalked along Hie vernndn to
ward him. The two men wnltt-d nt the
hend of the steps watching curiously.
The girl was angry. He could see
tbnt Her gray eyes were flashing and
her lips were quit tiring. That sbe bud
a- temper waa bis thought. Rut the
eyes were striking. Ue decided that
they were not gray after all. or, at
least, not all gray. They were large
nn(1 wulo npnrl BIld t1(,y looked at him
from under level browa. Her faco
I .,, cameollke. so clear cut was It.
I Thero were other striking things about
, bcr-the cowboy Stetson hat. the heavy
urnlds of brown hair and the long bar-
rPPtj 33 Co, rpTOver that bung In Its
Tho ringing of the big belt aroused
htm. no opened his eyes nnd found Hint
bo wns on Ihe couch Indoors. A glance
t tho clock told blm tbnt It wns 0,
I nmi (nm t,0 direction tho sun's rnya
streamed into tho room ho knew Hint
It wns morning. At first he puzzled
over something untoward bo was sure
bnd happened. Then, on tbc wnll, bo
saw a Stetson lint hanging nnd beneath
It a full cartridge belt and n long
barrelled 33 Colt's revolver.
The slender girth of the belt told Its
feminine story, nnd he remembered
" "'baleboat of the day beroro and
be eniy oyw Mint lashed beneath tho
"v'l brows She. It mus bayo been,
wh,, bad Just rung the boll, rho cares
f Ihoplnni.iloii rushed upon in, and
'" 8at u" ,n brJ' clutching nt the wall
for !" as the mosquito screen
lurched dizzily around him. He was
SH' "" '' '"" on' ,T '
1 """'' "Mtw to master bis
Gi"' " "",' ,h,e 'Car'1 hPr, '""T' ..
"01 ' lll '' '" "K"!". r."
" w"" "ll,ri"y 'n'lvft voice
used In rnmmnnd Al the same time
one hand pressed him back toward the
pillow while the oilier caught him
from behind mid eased him down.
"1 ouve neen unconscious tor iwi-h-ty-four
hours now," she went on. "nnd
I hnve tnken charge. When I say
the word you'll get up. ami not until
then. Now, what medicine do you
tnke quinine? Here nre ten grains.
That's right. You'll mnko a good pn'
"My dear madam." ho began.
"You mustn't speak," she Interrupt
ed. "Hint Is, In protest. Otherwise you
"Hut the plnnlntlon "
"A dead mnn Is of no use on njitao
tntton. Don't you want to know about
uo? My vnnlty Is burl. Here am
I. Just through my first shipwreck,
nnjl hero nro you, not tho lenst bit
curious, tntklng about your tnlserablo
plantation. Cnn't yon see tbnt I am
just bursting to tell somebody, any
body, about my shipwreck?"
Uo smiled. It wns the first time In
weeks. And be smiled, not so much at
what sbe said, as at the way she said
It the whimsical expression on her
face, tbo laughter In tier eyes, and tbc
several tiny lines of humor that drew
In at the corners. Ue wns curiously
wondering as to what her nge wns.
as he said aloud:
"Yes, tell me. please."
"That I will not not now," aba re
torted, with a toss of the bead. "I'll
And somebody to tell my story to who
docs not hnvo to be nsked. Also, I
wnnt Information. I managed to Und
out what llmo to ring the bell lo turn
the hands to. And that Is about nil
I don't understand the ridiculous
speech of your people. Wbnt time do
they knock off?"
"At 11-go on ngnln nt 1."
"That will do, thank you. And now,
where do you keep the key to the
provisions? I wnnt lo feed my men."
"Your men!" he gnsped. "On tinned
goods! No. no. Let them go out and
eat with my boys."
Her eyes flashed as nn the day be
fore, nnd he snw ngnln the t.uporntlve
expression on her rnrc
"Tbnt I won't My men nre men.
I've been out to your miserable bar
racks and vrntcln-d them at Fauglit
Potatoes'. Nothing but potatoes. No
salt. Nothing. Only potatoes. I may
have beei mistaken, but I thought 1
understood Ihein to sny that that wa"
all Ibey ever gut lo cat. Two meula u
day and every day In tho week.
"Well, my men wouldn't stand for
that a single day. much less a whole
week. Wherotls the key?"
"Hanging on' that clothes hook under
Ue gnve In easily enough, but ns she
was reaching down tbe key nbo heard
"1'nncy niggers and tinned provi
sions." This time she really was angry. Tbe
blood was In her checks as sho turned
".My men are uoi niggers. The sooner
iuii understand that the better ror our
icqiialnlanre. Am ror tbc tinned goods,
I'll pay ror all they eat I'lcaso don't
worry ubout Hint. Worry Is not good
for.ou lu your condition. And I won't
stay any longer than I have to Just
long enough lo get you ou your feet
mid not go nwny with Hie feeling of
having deserted 11 while man."
"You're Ainerlcuii. aren't you?" he
The question dlsi-tincerted her ror the
"es," sIim oiH-lii-ii fed. with n defl
ml lisik "Why?'
"Nothing I merely thought so."
Ue shook Ills head
"Why?" he asked
"Oh. nothing I thought you might
Hie something pleasant to say."
"My mime Is Sheldon. Ihivld Shel
1011. he said, with dlieet teleunce.
milling out n llilu liaiid.
Her Ins lid started 0111 Impulsively,
hen I'hei I. eil
"M, inline Is 1.111 kluiid. .Ion n Lark
'Hid' The blind went nut. "And let
k is lie mends
"It iniilil not be otherwise" he be
"And I inn feed my men nil the
luneil goisls I wnnt?" she rushed on.
"Till the row it limit home," he 1111
ilereil. ntleiiiptliig her own llglilliesi,
lieu lidding. "Hint Is. in llernnde. You
im ne don't hate any cows at ile
She fixed blm coldly with her ycs.
"Is III II 11 Joke?' she demuniled
"I really don't kuow-l-l thought It
was. but then, you see. I'm sick "
"You'ie llngllsli, nien'i jou?" was
tier next query.
"Now iIiiii'h ton much, even for a
sick mnn," he cried. "You kuutv well
enough lliul I nm."
"Oh," sho said iibsently. "Then yon
Uo frowned, lightened his lips, then
burst lulu laughter. In which alio Join
ed. "It's my own fault." be confessed.
I "I shouldn't hnve bulled you. I'll be
j careful In tbe future."
I "In the mcuntlmo go on laughing
t and I'll seo about breakfast. Is there
I anything you would fancy?"
! lie shook his bead.
1 "It will do you good to cat some
thing. Your fever has burned out nnd
I you nro merely weak. Walt a mo-
1 Sho hurried nut or tbe room lu tbe
direction or the kitchen, tripped nt the
I door In a pair or snndnls several times
loo large ror her reet nnd disappeared
In rosy confusion.
1 "Ity .line, those me my sandals,"
I he thought tu himself "Tin girl hasn't
a tliliu 10 near exet'l'l what she mini
I ed on the beach In and she lerinlnl.i
I I inded lu sen bonis '
I (Continner! Nfxt Saturday)
Q. What Is good for my cour.lt?
A. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
Q. How long lias it been usctl?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do iloctots cnilorsc it ?
A. If not.wc would not ir.alcc it
Q. Do you publish the formula
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. How may I learn more of thi??
A. Ask your doctor. Hoknows.
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