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?tica! person. v "lf I should I ? ' of w! has i ! your di j "I i . ? ? . Th; perbaps. futm. . i can aa eror I me." he ad\. . you : ing ti. Bran some she failed to ehala I that it ? I waa no |< !ion8 upon "Bj ^ ex act words. < ;:at j hardly know how I stand ln your I <!o not at all un.! ahe falte: I do not- would not say ; I be awayod by noth ing about it." . .io n.?t answer my last : not hear it." "It was alght? Tha: la o ' . ' i face Bhyly. wjih n I .rnin? might not cai ever. aa 1 once laft were very f.ir froai being my ideal, posaibly it may be my duty to qualify that harsh atatement somowhaL" "By confe?aiag that I ara your Irt*.*!*" our fdca*3 y r te-- B Btone when I ba ?:?: "The world ls Bll young men. They are a drug on tho "I H=tve Been Tcld That I Wa? No Lonc-er to Force My Attentiona Up? on r.ias Gulis." I ' I : :n:d, ao doubt, your ; ? tlme ' ? ? l It is I It is i un : I i. he ' - aoa, ; ap- I ?* : "It told of loi "Th ahe a ? y. it ls a lf not. It was by no Tolltion of nilne. , Lieut .u so co! that ?' waa not risht." BBB." "I oannot aecai t that guidanee." "Then you do not love me?" She pauscd. afra; lmpulse that BWBfrt her on. "IVrhaps." the low voiee acarcely au.i may BB too v "You mean there ia sor. some person, perhaps?standing be- ' a?" She looked frankly at him. "I do mean I am not h^artless, ! and I sincerely wish we had n but this must be the end." The end? And with no explana tion?" "There is no other way." He could perceive teais In her eyes. Blthongh she apoke bravely. "Nor can 1 plain, for all is not clear to me But tbia I know, tbere Is a BB ween ua lnsurmountable; not i pow er of love can overcome lt; aad l appeal to you to aak me no lt was imposslbio for him to doubt ber sober earnestness. or the d of her feelings; the full truth in bar words waa plctured upon her : ?nd ln the pathetie appeal of ber eye! She extended both hand8. "You will forgive me? Truly. thla barrler haa not be- | by ??/? He bowed low, untll his llps preaaed the whlto flngers. but before be could aaaster himsoif to utter a word in re ply. a dlstant volce called bls name. ind both glaneed hastily around. "That cry came from the valley," he said. "I left my horse tied there. I wlii go and loarn what it meacs." She followed him nart ?? ik. _?_ tnoa ! wavipg | CHAPTCn XXI!. r rrom tle Burning. ? : will klU 1 - I ' ? I i ? ? ? ? I ? ? It ? - ' ? ? ? I ta no . I ain't Ler. and ' and ind opoa isicn. f i are, lf j. *. Sioce . hia 0* noat t : aaaa, T reckon ye Better splt lf out yere ter me. an' ?< >i * yer mlnd." "Who an The f.-llow expee Into tl and draw ne hairy hand ln ?1 in "Ob. tell hlm, r-?: V, ' blame odds? uo hurt." Tbe noan'a lo< k Taa to kir "I thought I had l ? ni.n of tbe fr< a to I "\\ ? I ? ? b I ? are r ' I ? ? B the ? : !;? ? ? I ? B ? ' ? i ara fuain< ! aa the lollf.W. .1 | ;tll. raaej oar" lb|g and : ng like ti ? rnlng I la front. and lOt f.:; "Wiu> a thal?" "Thet's the | the 11 full o' flght Brant tfftl '1 bta Jacl r| to p, lis face from the scorrhlng heat. there w.:- '*?:.. iah DO ':..<? to ;,,.?? n any . nts. h CBT ?Iry."i choking with the thtck tnfng smoke. "My troep baa ac:. Ol! ar, baa t of there ? h for it ? I iMiund Is, and bai s be 4a ti I an swer. talrty wrlthlna in tl ' haal i t'm wi Brant i into bla : stumbltng for i bla r from tl I - Ho "I Rejd It in v -" He lr.? l ? ? "DIABOLO." ? 1 I ?" : l.in Not rowa. <>wn THINKING IN STHAIGHT LINE3. i I rall that I ? ror any of his ilank dash no word to ay?" "Not a l !-!nk him! f he ,1 lld ilank B ! '" "By Baah. i tnk dash dar.k nf a ,roun<! ;, ula ilank : . ? . hat'a he blank i;o:ng to -be to ay"" "Blaakad lf i kn. ,t looked ! I Follow. ,D on .. i lires.)? Ihicago '1 : Lova. We *r*' : eharmed by boae who krra a^aapast, but we ara omforted and \)y those rho love loni . Plenty of Materiil to Draw From. England has a ? Goose club" with memberahlp of 10,000. v,a.N??2-i>Ar HAIR POMADE MAKES kinky HAIR, SOFT REMOVES DANDRUFF AND MAKES IT CROW LONG AND LUXURfOUS vWi SOPTENS THE hlAIRr AND KEEPSIT FHOM. v REAKlNC JK KEEPS J^ SCALP s FRESH Nv CLEAN AND WHOLESOME tttr^A Woman's ITair Makes or Mars H*>r Beatity. ># lf your hair is .1 is full o aff. If ed. LINCOLN M \: will ndruft >LN II \! [ADE i- highlj tnc - All trial and ah vrill ?:i will : * ?nd g< iaferioi titutes. For saleat all l>r ?price. t5 rr.~.??? MAN The Lincobi Pomacle ^ompaiiy. I b*"" ind *vc I Wnia! .'] The Thircland Last Call!! TIIL ALPIIA PINANCC AND SECURITIES CO. i R03T. W. TAYLOR. V^W 11 " I' 3-cwclrv! 3-cwclrv! W the i W C. METZ Optician. mr 2nd aad JarkMon Sis. : aal Mu-i KKIIMOND, \ \. JURGKNS M ? Before making your pun . the urniture house in th< ? the fine RBPRIGER M ITTIN OIIVCLOTH And in fact everything thatis furnishings. RUOS AND CARPETS Of every description; ilso the as in and special CHAIRS C.G.JU ?Nr> ADAMS rRBBTS. BLACKWELL & BRO. ?'M ??l I III II \I?|N<. |\|S I'raetieat House and Hiajn Paint?*r? ?>rnining and Gt-neral C'outrao* tora. .AI.I. WOUC OTJARAN i C.o fra wiil aWVWf r?-|f r. ? Address, (SO* St. I'eter Mroet, BaM HMOMi \ *. 60 YfTAnS' - fy^ARKB Cop 4c. Ci [illC JJthvf Uutta '?. I unrc * . a MU ark FORD'S >aa??BB IHAIR POMADE T aaWjy knowa aa "OZONIZED OX MARROW" ? & ?.?a?TRA ' I aeaaeatl OT fTRL ff ? ??*??? pjo aay ???i" 4) I i1 t ? -'IT z l V) na ihe, m raj(ht. aa 4) ?????? atut?- a Lair aoft. o JOSHUA BANKS & SONS CATERERS EVERY PACILITT CONSIS | WITH FINE CATERINO. S|M>?-ial Attention Glven to Balla. Suppera, InsaaJlBBjsaa aiM, Smok em at BBB Nhortewt Notlee f^r*Voar Patrouage Solirlted.-ajjgj Refreshment Cara snd Boat PrlvUea aa Handled ln Reaaon. Addresa '11 cotnnmnlcatinua to LLAM L. BANKS. 611 N. 3d St Realdenre: 1312 X. 26th St. ?Subacrlbe to Tha P ANET. On lv 61.60 natr fatr. 1 i ail Tha Gzonized Ox Marrow Co. (A'oaa*- gtnuttt* witAtwt my ttgnMrnrt) <e/^+&~(j&m4 1S3 E. gmZlE ST, CHIGA60, OX. ? AjetttM trtntad ererywhere. 9 60 v-Ans* EXPF. _NCE TRADC MaRHB 2NS Coev.TiCurs Ac ? -. recatva) Scfsrijific Hircricatt. ? MUNN&Co.^'^-New York r FORD'S HAIR POMADE Kormrrlv ki.owo aa "OZOMIZED OX MARROW" 1 ?.?;8TKAIC;ilTl NS KINKY or ClKI.f ? a ?> a ^ l i The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. a fajamaaM ?witk&utmy tignaturti 4> ? 153 E. fcONZIE iT, CH1CA&0, ILL. ? X a*a<n*ts vrauutaHf ererywltrre. ??????????????eaaeoaeeaeaX Too Familiar. 'Now, my dear sir. I want you to forget all about tbe annoyance of your offlee whlle you are at this water re . "Then, doctor, you will have to get them to reznove those whistling buoys."?Baltlmore American. Did Hirtv "She did a very foollsh thing when ahe marrled." "Why, he waa rich. wasn't he?" "Yea?be waa the foollsh thing."? Cleveland Leader. Painted. "He sald I had a face IIke one of Raphael'B angela." "Oh. well. the faces ot Raphael'a angela were painted, you know.'* She Might. "So." ahe 6aid. "you have made up your mind never to uiarry ?" "Yea. after thinking it over for a long tlme I have decblr ta ask any girl to be my v. "Pshaw! Don't feel that way about it. You never can judge by appear BBces how foollsh some glrla are. The hrst nnc yoa BBhad might ba willing to marry you." Not UwdsrtteaJ. v | . en flnd it dlfflrult t.< iiaJfrstand ?ub jects like the tari.f?" lnquired tba Buffragette. "The freoueney, answared tba xnere man. "with which a nuraber of them have recently been caught amug gllng."?Waahington Star.