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A THANKSGIVING HYMN.
For bud and for bloom and for balm-laden breezo, For the singing of birds from the hills to the scus. For the beauty of dawn and the brightness of noon, We praise Thee, gracious God. For the sun-ripened fruit and the billowy, grain, For tho orange and apple, the corn and the cane, For the bountiful harvests now gathered and stored. That by Thee in tho lap of the nations wore poured, W o praise Thee gracious God. For the blessings of friends, for tho old and tho new, For the hewta that are trusted aad trust ing and true, For the tones that wo love, for the light of tho eye That warms with a welcome and glooms with good-bye, We praiso Thee, gracious God. That the desolate poor may find sheltor and bread, That tho sick may bo comforted, nourished and fed, That the sorrow may cease of tho sighing aud sad, That tho spirit bowed down may be lifted aud triad, Wo pray Thee, pitying Lord. For the blessings of earth, and of air and of sky, That fall on us all from tho father on high, For the crown of all blessing since blessing begun, For the gift, "the unspeakable gift," of Thy Son, ' We praise Thee, gracious God. JE FFS PUMPKIN flES. Sam HE air outside was fairly suggestive of snow ; tho air inside was strongly suggestive of pies pumpkin pies. Miss Molinda, standing elbow deep in flour, and the tall, handsomo figuro leaning In tho doorway was looking on with much approval. "How very fortunate that I did not leavo with tho summer, or I would never have known a Thanksgiving feast in your charm ing home and prepared by your charming self," the young man said, smiling blandly. "Well, you might not havo missed much," she answered with a sidelong glance that seemed to Invite further compliments. Miss Melinda was not a bad looking wo man for one who was dangerously near the forties, and was as strongly inclined to spar with Cupid as she had been in her younger days. But then, urged perhaps by the Innate cruelty and bouyancy of youth, she had fought that smiling god too savage ly; now, in later years, with a growing ap preciation of his many charms and graces, she tried to woo him back by geutlo, coax iig ways. In the garments of more than one fash ionable tailor ho had returned to trouble and torture her, invariably retreating with a broken engagement to his crodit, of which she had not been tho breaker. A few months before he had appeared in a new guise as a summer boarder and Mtss Melinda, feeling sure that this was the right man at last, had fixed up her cap with new strings and set it for his wander ing feet. As sho was known to possess a small fortune besides the farm, and had some personal beauty to boot, a man might do worse than alloy himself with a self-sun-porting woman liko this, and so thought Mr. Komington Hall, their summer boarder. After a careful survey of tho field and of the one opposing force, in tho person of Mr. Jefferson Blake, an awkward but hon--est villager who had been tho favored one before his advent, the enterprising Hall enterod into the pursuit of fortune with all the ardor and zeal of a foreign prince. His rival was fairly well-to-do, bore an excellent character, and had shown an ability to care and do for himself, all of which qualities wero enough and more than enough to blast his matrimonial hopes in America. "Do you intend to marry this Hall, and stm keep on a workln' the farm yourself, milMn' and makin' butter, an' him a sittia' round smokin' all the time?" Jeff, had asked her quite plainly one day. "Who says I intend to marry Hall!" sho asked. "The village," said Jeff., decisively. "Well," said Miss Melinda, after think ing awhile, "s'poso I was to marry you, as wo once planned, what could you do for me?" Jeff.'s big brown eyes flllod with tears. "Do for you !" ho echoed, "I could work my lingers off. I could wear my heart out lovin' an' worshipin' you." Miss Melinda, with tho average woman's fondness for honeyed words, whether from the right man or wrong man, listened with much complacence, finally dropping her hand down carelessly by her side, not far away from her lover's mouth, for ho was leaning up against tho porch on 'which sho eat. Jeff., whoso senso of vision must havo been blurrod with trouble, did not notice it, and with a little sigh ho went on : "And what can Hall do for you, I'd like to know, when he hasn't laid by a penny for himself? He's the kind of chaps thai expects othor folks will lay by for him. tie's after your money, Melinda, that's what he's after as sure as I live," do- clared Jeff, with unusual boldness. The lady drew back her hand with an offended air. "Maybe Hall don't do anything, but I can tell you where ho's far aheid of you," she said with a queer look iu her ojvs; "he don't miss anything," and with this strange reply she left him. Notwithstanding tho coolness between them Jeff went up to Mclihda's quite often, determined to keep a rratch on tho new comer, and if tho latter1 fcrtuno showed If as i wafting to try hi.' oti 3gain. mm Matters were nearing a crisis Just be fore Thanksgiving, and Remington Hall, on tho morning wo have mentioned, had about resolved to make a bold stroke for tho hand of tho American heiress. "If I were only a blasted foreigner with a title I'd stand a better show," ho mused moodily, with a little snoor for tho weak ness of his countrywomen. "Might not have missed mucht" he re peated, with feigned indignation, "J would have missed more of your imcomparablo cooking, and you don't know what that is to a mau who has always lived in boarding houses. More than that" his tono grow ing lower and warmer "I would havo missed your congenial companionship for a little longer period. Do you know" very tendorly "I am almost tempted to remain for Christmas' ' "Would you go if I said so?" she asked cruelly. 'Yes, I would obey you, cost what it might. I would go, but not beyond thoie gates," and ho pointed to tho roadway be yond, which wus on a direct lino with tho cemetery. This seemed pathetic and poetical to tho last degree, and Miss Melinda was so much impressed with it that sho dropped a stray tear into tho pumpkin pies. Kemington Hall beheld that tear aad his opportunity. With one stride which ho effected easily, for his logs wero long ho bridged the distance between them and clasped her in his arms. "My darling! why will I not go? Bo cause I cannot live without you ! Givo mo onf word of hope let me remain," ho pleaded bctwcen'half a dozen kisses. Thero was a hollow ring to hi3 voice which forced itself on her attention, even in the midst of such bliss. "Would I bo wise to let you?" sho asked, fencing a littlo, in order to gain lmo to consider that question herself. "Let your own heart answer f", ho ex claimed dramatically. With 'a sudden inspiration -which tho wisdom of tho serpent must have prompt ed in this rustic dovo she said archly "It will answer, but you must give mo time," and drew herself away from his embrace. ' - Firm in tho conviction that ho knew all tho different varieties of temperaments thoroughly, Romington Hall soon camo to the conclusion that this woman was one of those who could not bo rushed to borrow one of his own elegant and expressive phrases, so ho contented himself with tak ing that reply for what ho thought it meant a coquettish acceptance and went back to his post by the door, flatteriug himself that ho was an engagod man. After a sleepless night spent in mentally balancing tho attractions of her two lovers Miss Melinda arose wearied aud unre-freshed. ill imm " IT WAS TIIE CAT! She had come to no actual decision, still, in her inmost heart, she realized that she would undoubtedly follow where her fancy led instead of taking- tho path her Judg ment indicated. But Romington Hall's fair prospects re ceived a sad blow that morning. Toward noon Jeff, came walking Into tho kitchen where Miss Melinda was complacently viewing four-and-twenty golden brown pios. Ho had a small slip of paper in his hand which ho silently handed nor. "Some poetry ho's been a writln'," thought that damsel, who was accustomed to such tributes from her rustic admirers, and she led him Into the sitting room. She motioned him to ono easy chair and took the other, composing herself comfortably for tho better enjoyment of the poem. But at tho first glanco a shadow fell across her faco. "Why it's a tailor's bill !" sho exclaimed, "for clothes ho's made for Mr. Hall. What on earth havo I to do with that!" "A great deal," said JeiT. quietly, "socin' you're goin' to marry him." "What do you mean?" sho gasped, with a sudden chill, for Miss Melinda wa ono of those who look upon tho purchasing power of too almighty nickel a3 a subject worthy of tho most careful consideration, and tho Idea of any man in his right mind incurring a tailor's bill of $3.5 took her breath away entirely. 'You sco as ho's got nothin' he'll expect you to piy his bills," explained Jeff., "aud theso uro clothes he's been owin' Mr. Jinks for over since ho camo hero. Every month ho's boon promtain' to pay and never pay in', but yestorday afternoon ho tells Jinks ho's engaged to you.andknowln' you'll havo to sottlo all his bills after you're married, Jinks thought you might as well settle ono or two befcro, 'specially as this has been runnin' on so long; an' scein' mo comin' this way ho asked mo to give it to you." "But I don't mean to pay his debts," sho answered. "You'll havo to glvo him somothln' to Hvo on," said Jeff., for ho hasn't got a pen ny, else how'll ho buy his clothes?" "Wei V said Miss Melinda, alarmed at this probability, but loath to loso her fasci nating lover, "I'd bo wlllln' to 'low him somothln' for his cigarettes an' plug tobac co, but I won't givo him a cent for his clothes let him cam thoso, or wear tho two trunkfuls he's got up In tho garret." At this moment an awful crash in tho kitchen startled them, and Melinda rushed out, followed by Jeff. There was a scone of ruin and dosolatlon, for which the old houso cat was cloarly re sponsible, for sho sat on tho tails, 6cr' chops ornamented with pastry, calmly contemplating a dish which sho bad oveiv turned in her critical investigation of the pumpkin pics. Every one of the four-and-twenty boro conclusive evidence of her personal sur vey, for thoy were Jumbled and messed together almost beyond recognition. Overcome by this awful' catastrophe Miss Melinda sat down and wept, while. Jeff pitched the cat out of tho window. "Every pio ruinod; no Others in tho house, und to-morrow Thanksgiving," sho moaned. . .; ;' . 4Como don't tako it so hard, dear," Bald Jeff, soothingly. . " "But there's 'my brother's family all comin,' aud tho parson's folks, and what ever would they say to a Thanksglvin' dinner without pumpkins pios, and what would they say to such housekoepin' I" "Why, what would they " "Everything bad and mean, of course," answered Miss Molinda, whoso social studies during a thirty-iivo years' rosl donco in a villago had shown her tho usual drift of publio opinion on occasions liko this. Jeff, said nothing, but laid his hand on hers with a tender gesture, then hastily withdrew it as Remington Hall camo walk ing in. Very tearfully and with many pauses lov breath sho relatod tho story of her mis fortune to Hall, evidently expecting an out burst of sympathy from him. But sho was disappointed. On her most tender point tho question of domestic demand' aud supply ho was cold and unsympathetic. "What are a few pios moro or less?" he asked airily. "A few? There's twenty-four less," sho answered Indignantly. "Well, even so, that's nothing to got excited over. It's not necojsary to havo pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving. I always thought that an absurd custom," ho said, thinking it best to make light of the loss, tho importanco of which ho could not comprehend. Miss Molinda arose, white with rage. "You think that's an absurd custom, do youi" sho blazed. "Then let me tell you I don't think so. If you'd a spark of pity for mo you'd set about gcttln' somo others" then a sudden idea coming to her "or what's hotter makin' em' yourself. Mauy a man can cook first-rate come, Mr. Hall and Mr. Blake, let's seo how you'll h5p ni'3 out of this bad mess. Go to work and make twenty-four more pumpkin pies, an' tho man who makes tho best I'll marry Thanksgivin' mornin', sure!'! Then sho fled from tho room to havo a good cry by herself upstairs. Both men stared at each other in dumb amazement. Remington Hall was tho first to recover. "Curse mo if I'll dirty my cuffs a making pies," he muttered angrily, and stalked out of the houso. Left alone Jeff, rolled up his sleeves with a resolute air. "I'll mako those pies," ho said, "even if they ain't lit to eat. .Sho won't dream o' breaking one afore dinner, an' by thattimo we'll bo married, 'cordin to agreement, an' she won't know what she's catin', or how things taste." Ho cleared tho kitchen by shoveling up, tho broken pies on the dust-p;n and pitch ing them after the cat, and then he set to work in earnest. Fortunately thero was plenty of stewed pumpkin in tho pantry, aud after putting this into tho largest pan ho could find, ho began to empty tho conteuts of tho differ ent spice boxes into tho mixture. Tho molasses Jug was also drained over it, and with a reckless disregard for quantities Jeff, poured In all the milk ho could Dtul, and put in every egg ho could lay his hands on. "I guess that's oniugh stuff for twenty four pies," ho said wearily, thou turned his attention to tho paste. Jeff.'s unchi was a baker in tho neighbor ing villago, and as ho had often watched tho mysteries of pastry-making there, this Eart of his task came easy, and ho soon ad the requisite number of pies in tho oven. At that moment the clock struck 2. "Great Ctrsar!" said Jeff., "past dinaer timo an' that poor soul hasn't had a bite since breakfast!" He hunted around till ho found the tea caddy, from which ho took a generous handful and threw it into the teapot, nnd after filling up tho latter with cold water put it on tho Btovo. Ten minutes later armed with a cup of tea and a soup-plate of cookies, he mareied! up stairs and rapped on Miss MclinJa's door. ' No answer came, so thinking she must bo asleep as Indeed she was Jeff, placed the tea and cookies close to tho door ri?ht where sho would bo most likely to step in to them and returned to tho pies. An hour later, when Miss Melinda camo down to tho kitchen her eyes wore glad dened by tho siffht of four-and-twenty pumpkin pics, which Jeff, was Jealously guarding from any further investigations of tho cat. "l MADB 'EM!" UK CRIED, EXCLTIXOLT. "I made 'cm!" ho cried exulUngly. "Hall was mad 'cause you said that, and out ho wout, then 1 turned in an' roado 'em. You won't go back on your word, Melinda f" There was a pathetic eagerness in his voico.. That eagerness backed by tho pies won tho day for Jeff. 'Melinda laid her head on his shoulder and cried, partly from tha emotion which his efforts had awakened, and partly from rago at the imlifforenco of Mr. Remington Hall. "If I'm worth takin', Jeff., you can take roe," sho murmured, upon which ho folded her in his floury arms and kissed her. So they wero marriod on Thanksgiving morning, and although that happened many years ago, Melinda has never heard of th fearful comments on her housekeeping thai wero mode by tho relatives and friends whe partook of those Thanksgiving pios. I Itsii ? Mm Never a ward politician A rtemus. A swell dinner dried apples and water. What suiue women are longing for Is few r seats in street cars aud moro la congress. tfheGreat!- v RlEMEDlf FOR PAIN 1 A llr?C can have smaller feet. mm r U S iaa sj i noiiiftirt. Pimi ulili't free. Kuril. plu pkg., 10c Tlio IV'dlue Co., New ioi k. The Companion Calendar For f Monday for Health, Tuesday for Wealth, Wednesday the Best Day of All ; Thursday for Losses, Friday for Crosses, Saturday No Luck at Alt, Sunday the Day that is Blest With Heavenly Peace and Rest. This Beautiful and Unique Calendar and Announcement is called "The Book of Days." 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