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wood and light a beacon. And then
she attended to the wound on the
side of Roy's face, so gentle, so wo
manly that he could not resist the im
pulse to catch her hands in a thrilling
clasp and pour out the story of his
! They knew later that Netta, in the
interest of her brother, had intercept
ed the letter Roy had sent to Helen.
"I must tell you something," whis
pered the happy Helen, "I loved you
all along, but the Girtons were so
kind and Netta so pleading, if you
had not spoken I must have been in
fluenced to give my hand where there
was no love. I planned to see you
once alone, hoping hoping "
'That I would say what I have
told you oh, blessed runaway
frolic!" cried Roy Lawrence raptur
ously. The Neptune found them two
hours later sweethearts true.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"DON'T BE A SKUNK!"
Says Berton Braley.
Oh, be not so mighty
And haughty of mien.
Your ways highty-tighty
Are foolish, I ween.
Off of your pinnacle!
Down from your cloud,
Cease to be cynical,
Mix with the crowd.
There's no special virtue
In your little bunch.
To mingle won't hurt you
And that's a safe hunch.
Don't sulk and be mournful
Up there on yourv shelf.
Don't sniff and be scornful.
Get wise to yourself!
Come on, now, away with
The life of a snob.
It's better to play with
The commonplace mob;
I'll not be obtrusive,
But heed my advice
The skunk is exclusive,
i But not very nice!
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