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slap a ra
ry, wry littlo wort
said Margaret Lee
iiscousolabdv down the
she artt out from hor
motGWs house for ber daily wor&.
"That hot, hnindrcm store;
those people, always the sr.me
i joking out for themselves, never
c-iring how much trouble they
wive or how torturiug they nro
with their vrhinis! 1 always, ex
p cied to earn my own living, but
I didn't expect to earn it this way.
I'm tired of it; I'm tired of every
thing! "l'ou were pretty neaily lhte
thia morning." said Janet Ear..
daii, the girl who stood at the sec
tiou in the Rreat store next to
Margaret's. Janet and Margaret
were fast friends, aud were talk
ing together in a moment's lull.
"I'es.it was bo delightful out
side, and so close aud stuffy in
here!' said Margaret, .vith a half
groan. "I saw Mr. Ives look rather
sharply at you as you took your
"Oh, I dhre say," said Margaret.
"Let him look!'
"But you might lose your situa
tion. You wouldn't like that'
"Well, I don't know that I
should care much. It's one form
or slavery here The worst that
ctuld happen would be an ex
change for another."
"There comes your terror," said
.Janet, gliding back to her own
The "terror" was a lady who
had of late much frequented her
counter, looking over laces, giving
a great deal of trouble, and
Beldom making a purchase. The
sales-women were allowed a 9mall
percentage upon sales a fact
which rendered such customers a
severe trial to their patience.
"I wish to match this piece,"
flaid the lady, showing some sam
ples. Box after box was ransacked,
and after half an hour's Bearch,
two of the samples were matched.
"I am quite sure we haven't
anything nearer than this," said
Hirgaret, referring to the third.
".See; it is so nearly like it that
the difference could scarcely Lo
"Wo have not looked in those
boxes," said the lady, glancing to
ward a row on a high Bholf.
"Those are of an entirely differ
ent style, madam.'
But the lady insisted, and Mar
garot opened the boxes, one by
ono for her lcislurely inspection.
Impatient customers, tired of
waiting, wout away. From time to
time Margaret caught sympathiz
ing glances from Janet, but these
wore uot till. Sho know that she
waH being keenly observed by
Helen Winter, a girl who stood
near hor on tlio other hide, Holou
had a cousin for whom sho wished
to obtain a position in tho storo,
aud Margaret know woll that iu
formation of any fail urn in pnti
onco on hor part would promptly
find its way to hor einployorii.
Morgnrot showed no signs of
"It Hcoinod lo mo you keep n
vor poor riHHorlmonl," said I ho
lady, nl last turning (iwny,
Next onnio a parly of ourttomurn
who, it might ho hoprd, would bo
limit hard lo plenno n bnvy of
laughing higlwtohool rU, who,
mttaholn In linnd, had count into
Inko a poop rl finory for (ho ap.
proauhhiK graduation nxoniim'.s.
Thoy looked at Inmm, niching
find finid with long (lli(iunlojih
over nvry nilloln, wiII(i in wont
ouHtm with a (IisoIhIoii to infor tlio
mailer lo inolhiir urn! slitter, Thny
wore not vory prolltnblomuiloimiru
but ft wnn plitHHunl lo wtrvn thorn.
An tlio wound of their mmiy
yoluon died away, a ttu llnjf of
longing for tlio good Ihlwpi whl oil
weron put of tliolr Jmppy, pros,
pmoiu Hvmh to k wmmnu of
Mfirmtrnl. Mint had looked for
ward lo IIioho lhlng unco buhuo
tlio oni'jl forluno onino wlilcli Imd
IwmiI liur to llilw tlffiftono cumiim
Ardu tho bunion prusmd heavily
-on lior liunrl.
At ono of llio ruiftyn of dorks
ot to Ma
ug his uttoil
"Young ladies,' &aid Mr. Ives,
presently, "1 am sorry to bo oblig
ed to inform you that a customer
has lost some money in the store.
Mrs. llayne visited several of the
counters this morning.'
"Oh. yes, she did!' enmu la an
uudrtoned groan from one or two
"Aud has reported nt tbu office
the loss of a hundred-dollar bill.'
There waB a small sensation
whiin manv oye turned i'i
"Those of you with whom Mrs.
Rayne dealt will please mako very
careful search for the money
amoug your goods."
"Too bad!' exclaimed Jauet, a3
tho man left the room. "That
bothering woman kept you fool
ing over her trashy .bits all the
morning, Margaret, aud now you
will have to sp.iud the best part of
the aftetuooti looking for hor bill.
And after all, she haB prooably
lost it somewhere else, or not lost
it at all.'
"Yes, said Margaret, "I shall
have to go to the bottom of every
box, and shake out every piece in
the Btock, for she wouldn't be sat
isfied until I had shown her the
very last inch this mormnr. But!
do hope that some of us will find
Margaret used eveiy chance
moment of leisure to search for
the missing bill. A heavy shower
brought a check upon the rush
into the great store, and with pa
tient hands and keen eyes she
turned over her laces.
At closing time the girls gath
ered in little knots, discussing,
with anxious looks, the affair of
the lost note. Margaret said lit
tle, but listened to the others with
a face which showed that the
graver concern had for tho time
shut out all minor worries.
"It's a shame, I declare," said
Janet, taking Margaret'B hand in
her own, "for these rich people to
come and mako trouble for us poor
girte about their money!'
When they've so much of it that
thoy don't know how to take caro
of it,' chimed in another.
"If I were so careless bb to lose
it I Hhould want to keep still about
Mr, Ives camo about with a so
ber, inquiring look, au tho tired
girls busied themselves in putting
thing!) to order after tho day's
Margaret began to pack tho
choicest of hor hices, to bo stored
in thu vault in which tho most val
uablo article. wore stored away at
night, hor eyes still keoping up
tho search, although sho had giv
on up all liopo of finding tho bill.
Tho siifo was nl tho back pari of
lhte store, and sho mado sovoral
journeys lo it boforo tho things
undor hor caro were all put away.
Juut as sho was stepping out,
after depositing her liuit armful,
something on tho floor caught hor
eye, no vaguely in tlio gallioring
shadows thai she was uol Hiiro
thai ilwiH more than u pinnilng
funny. Yet how could sho bo
mistaken in that dim lliuih of din
gy groon I
With ii hoiirlbonlinir in sudden
hopon, sho quickly inn back into
llni vault, and wit Ii a cry of joy
nnnloliod upi:oiiinthing, and again
tiirni'd Inward lint iduhhIvo door,
(Jrimli-bMig! Jnrit lis alio
liwibod II II, it olomtd in hoi fane,
Without dreaming what this
might moim, lio pindind on tho
door with hor linnd "idling out' I
am hoiol Opon plnan''!'
But nnnlliiii'orf'fiklrigtoiiiid hud
mlnulod ili"lf with hor words.
Mr. Ivoif, who lifid nwn m ooiMt
out, hud tlinii tinned hlw howl lo
spunk lo noinn oiio cfnu, fnllod to
pco hor mihIi In npli, mid Imd
Itirnod tho knob which nut the
Jniiut Itfttidlill PjifiiliK qtilokly
"Mnrfnrul Ijuelniti tho vntilll"
sho phkI. excitedly,
t. aud I dTTiWiJlW'' i t,
he said, gazing at Jaaot in grow
"Whore is Mrs. Aanibl" cried
Janet lo the girls who wora gath
ering ner..". "She hasn't gonu
home, has she! Bring her quick
quick! Margaret is nbui up in
A chorus of dismav rosi, while
a number of the girls hui ried to
seek Mr. Adams, who was tlio onlv
employee who know thocombina
.. . oi-j"i
"Margaret!" cried Janet, going
close to tho door.
Yes, Janet, here I am!'
"Oh, Margaret, you're not
frightened are you?'
"No, but why don't they open
"They will, in a minute. You
see, the combination's sprung, and
they're bringing Mrs. Adams to
"I hope she'll lmiry.'
'v he's coming now. We'll have
you out at once.
Mrs. A lams, intercepted juEt as
she was going out, was bicught
bacic in hot ha&te. She uttered a
little scrpam when she was told
what was tho matter.
"Why, 1 can't remember the
combination! Where is Mr. Bar
row! Where's Mr. Price?'
Quietly and firmly equal to the
everyday demands upon her, Mrs.
Adams failed completely in the
moment of this emergency. With
another cry of distress, she sank
down in a hysterical condition.
"Why, tho girl will smother
she will die in there!" sho ex
claimed. "Where is Mr. Price!' Janet
asked, in desperation.
"He has gone to a lawn festi
val over, in Elm Park," said Mr.
"Telephone to him, and tell
him it is life or death whether he
gets here immediately.'
"Margaret!" again called Jauet.
"Ilavo patience a little longer,
dear. Thens is a delay m opening,
but everything is being dono to
get you out. Courage, Margaret!
Speak to moV
"Janet,' Margaret raltal, "tell
Mr. Ives '
"Yes, here I am.'
"1 I I'vo found-"
Tho voico poanied to dio away.
"Go n, Margaret,' screamed
Janet. But no answer came, savo
an occasional gasping murmur,
and J mi rt crouched upon the
floor in speechless agon'.
Thoro seemed to bo no hopi.
Mrs. Adams was moio hysterical
than oyer, aud could recall noth
ing of tho combination. The tel
ephone rang, but Mr. Price could
not bo roiichcd.
After llio closing of tlio dor,
Miugnrot had lurnod aud glaucod
about hor, Inilf-oxpuoling lo see
Homo rays of light. I'ut tlio nb
moIiiIo blackness frightened and
"How dark" sho said, "I novor
i cully know before wind roul dark
Hho hoaid ilanot'ii otiM faintly
through tho thick door, and after
exchanging tho Hint fow words
with hor, w idled with micli pa
tience ni sho could tiiiiniuou.
Tho confusion of oxcitud videos
oiitHldo vory noon convoyed to hor
n thought Unit hor dnugio' of imf.
focallon might bo gionlor thnusho
had in tho find fow moments iin
A nlowloi'ior onipl lo hor himrl,
im tho sound nooniod to Inko on
liioioniiod Mgltiillon, mid ono oi
two Miiioiiins Hiuuhnd her nlrninod
oiirt, I lor honitdiiwds enin
slowor mid hoi linmlli idmtdy
Hiiomnd dillldiiH lo drnw,
Jnimt (inlh)d ngnln, mid moh
ono of Uui'nmmiiliiH wonlMHUom
(id lo I'd! miuw of (ho nto wliluh
might bo (doling (dioul lier,
, Him v,uoo9d loo woll wind tint
dolny iiMiot uimii, Biio know tint
Mr. I'tirtuw, tlio soiiior pnrlnur,
wnn out uf lown; Unit ids junior
lived In tho Htiburb mid could
? e mR
spair sho flung horselli uj'oa the
Life! life! life! How crechjuB
aud beautiful a thing itwRd! How
sweet had been the lidit of tho
suo, and tho freshness of tho air!
The modest home with which she
had been discontented, the rou
tine of work which ha 3 woariad
her how their details r.ocaed to
stand out in vivid brightnerr!
How delifthtfrji ould be tha hum
of the busy store, how kindly the
most uusympathiziug face in it
would seem to smilo upon her!
And her mother! With a cry of
angaish, Maigaret sprang up, aud
tried iu vain to call out. She
scarcely heard the sounds without,
though she had a dim sense that
Janet was calliug her. However,
with tho thought of home came a
determination not to give up while
there might be hope. Sho re
membered having heatd that bad
air sinks to iho floor, aud again
forced herself upon her feet.
But Ii2r limbs tottered and with
trembling hands sho felt for a
small step-ladder which Bhoknew
was in the vault She brought it
close to the door aud so leaned
upon it that if her senses faikd it
would keep her from falling
In doing this she noticed that
she Btill held in her hand tho bill
which she had found. She crum
bledthe bit of paper in iiecrco
auger. Had she, indeed, given her
lifo for it!
Then a fearful thought came;
whin those without should at last
reach her, might thero not be
some who would believe she had
concealed the monei with the in-
intentioa of keeping it!
Tho dreadful suggestion spur
red her to ono last effort. If she
could tdl tlu m huw she had
found it, no one could think that
nlio had fitolnn it i
But an irou hand seemed clos
ing upon her throat as she again
strove to speak Her voice sound
ed to iipi self hollow and indistinct,
as with hor last consciouB breath,
sho hied to send it through the
Two minutes later Mr. Barrow,
wiiHBupp'iscd to bo at his summer
coltiige among tho mountains, en
tered the store, and looked iu sur
prise upon tho scone of confusion.
"Tho combination. Open tho
Mr. Ives had gone to find oxpoits
to force oprn tho vault, but
through tho clamor of joy and foar
the girls soon contrived to lot Mr.
Barrow know what was wanted.
lie know tho combination, and
at ii fow turns of his hand the
heavy door swung opon, and Mar
gnrot foil forward into tho arm
wiutii g to rccoivo hor.
In loss than half an hour slm
ojioncd hor oyon to gnzo into the
kindly ones which smiled and
ciiod ovor hor.
"1 todiivod ii Iftlograin cnlling
mo back on important business.'
Mr. Barrow oxplained. "I did not
giiosii how iinpoiUut it inigl.t
piovo to bo!'
"Itmimt Imvo boon soul straight
from I'rovideijco wliinporeil
Margaret wnn Inken homo in it
cnriiiigo by -lunol nud lloloo
Winters, An tho cniringo was
about to drivo nwny, .lunol held
out to Mr, Ives tho hundrcd-dol
I nr bill which hIio Imd Inken lion.
No,' ho mild, "lot Dor loliirnil
Mm. I'd) ii" enniolofioo hoc, mid
mind mid Imighnd MHMmmoKohl
lioiv Dm lull wn found.
"Von poor, lUmr oliiltl, to thlnl
wlnil h imjnll ny unrnlvmtvnt
mifdil Imvo lindl II my,U on
nomn of your liuxoi mil llimi dop
pod into llio vmlt, jNow I did
podllvoly iinvu' Inkn it buck, I'u
mito you emied II, milnginfo llm
drwidful plnuu (of H,'
AinrpioTtt fujo wliiloH'd ntlin
tiionylit of ncceptliifj llio money,
"1 Hindi feol Unit you iinvuuo
orgivou mo, If you rofuau to kutip
m Wo i"e lUoi pdtlenf
tcntiva and lady-like. I fa.'tcy h
know? yhon ho has an employee
worth paving woll.'
"I think J.
more thau money ,' said Marga
ret TIIE END.
Vor cold and coujjh it has eo
equtsi. Mr. A. X'. De3pirson Ir
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bpttlft otr-Urr Bull's
"I bought a
Oonch' HvruD and can recommend
it highly. I had u vory bad cough
and it cured mo at once.'
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VOrSnhnn ennl. niir.i, .
-- -.u bo treu, now t
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"Why do so many people we see
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constipation, dizziness, of loss ap! I
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yellow skin, when for 75c we will
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ansy Drug Store, McKeehan
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wonderful Blemish cure ever
known. Sold by B. F. Henry
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