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now have no hurt in having, lost you.
It some way makes me feel as though
I were a woman without much feel
ing. "Strange, isn't it,, how circum
stances can shape and control a
woman's life? I expect if we had
been married I would have been a de
voted wife to you and never would
have known all the shame and suf
fering. I was giving you the best of
love of my heart Harvey, you
"As it is, I am glad that I am not
your wife, while all the "while I have
a feeling that it is something the
world would call very sinful.
"All of ft, Harvey, is like a bad
dream from which I am now awake.
. "Good-by, Harvey, I hope we will
never see each other again, but if you
should even work beside me every
day. for the years to come I am sure
the sTght of you would not cause my
heart to beat a bit faster.
"Truly the book is finished.
(To Be Continued.)
- o o
When " Mrs. Floyd Steitberger of
Waverly, O., moved she placed her
month-old baby on 'folding bed.
Movers closed tip the bed and carted
it away. Three hours later the
mother found the child fast asleep
WHEN THE RIVER.
TO THE SHORE
, AND THE STICKS
FROM THE BOYS
SO HE WAR
BLED THE WHOLE