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"Then then " Worthington
was acting strangely "then the
note I received was was not "
and he stopped dead short, and
drew from his pocket the un
finished page of poor Eva's story,
the letter the letter written by
the fanciful heroine to the fanci
ful hero, to the fanciful "Denzil !"
"Oh, Mr. Worthington!"
In a flash Eva understood it
all her precious secret amateur
page had got mixed in with the
stories. She flushed crimson.
"I see it all what a stupid pre
sumptuous dolt I have been !"
spoke Worthington, arising.
"Please forgive me. I thought, I
Eva, half crying, explained.
Worthington gravely but with
interest insisted on seeing the un
"I am glad I came, foolish as I
must appear to you," he said,
when he had looked over the
manuscript. "Miss Dorrance.
you need not hesitate to go on ar
you have begun. You are a long
way ahead of the first story ef
fort. I shall be pleased to placr
it for you, when it is completed.''
Then his face fell again, and he
added: "And it would have made
me happier still, if what I had so
fondly wished, so truly hoped ''
"It was a mistake, sending that
sheet," faltered Eva. "but oh
do not misconstrue me, but can
not you understand?"
"That it might be true that
the dream of perfect happiness
that brought me here might be'
true? Oh, Miss Dorrance Eva
can you not see how much I
love you !"
Her swimming eyes, her blush
ing face, her outstretched trem
bling hands, answered John
"Then," he said proudly, en
folding her with a protecting
arm, "it is to be love, hope, work
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
To a cupful, each, of molasses
and brown sugar add a tables
poonful of vinegar and twice that
amount of butter. Boil them.
When the cold water test has
been made successfully add a cup
ful of blanched peanuts. Do not
let the mixture stay another min
ute on the fire after this has been
done. Add a teaspoonful of bak
ing soda and beat hard. It should
be left to cool in a well-buttered
Do not soak potatoes more
than a few minutes before cook
ing them. An excellent plan is to
boil potatoes in their skins, as
much of the nourishment is
thrown away with the peel. Pour
off the watter as soon as the pota
toes are cooked, and set them un
covered on one side of the fire to
dry. Then peel and dish up for
Cleveland woman, aged 35, has
had 27 children and hasn't kept a
hired girl. Huh ! there's a Woman
in this town, aged 35, who has
had only one chdd and hasn't
kept 27 hired girls.