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PICKENS S. C. A Fulfilled o-Prophecy. By JEANNETTE H. WVALWORTH. Copyright, 1W01, 1,y J eanvet to II Walworlh. * - - - Al I) the old st i ls,, Hl1:l e l o I I l e l i vI I'ly. fo b(ld Ifng 111> :1 te'grll in 01'h bId thrown the eltir falni013y into c llstr Ill liiicent ouidtsith :11141 s exceettingl lpty inlsith'." Said M iss .lulki lgl.iids' 5o l e ai thl; tii l ( lll 1'1'Is I l t e tel' l'illail ofbl 'il t' El rel tis I " 01i1I'ils t'l'vL iof ll s lit's i'lli : tier . o s r n i 'l'hll thir il y ou"ligs t 1%ilist ll nI Ir : Ausir' llbW11i1 It 'i 5 ll 1 IOf 141111N1111 sonl "aid nothinig. Sl-)I(- ie h timne concenltrat Ing. the wreckedl -]!ho abi t one II t bIed bitl E 'I. ''lle weresii Iiesi tb Ib t, at fi l l il l till b u l 5 lI eill. 1\ ' I the fallily. Ilis nilon -:! ~s h!. nio ho was 11c.hIbI I.' a I wiit lb % a bins u 1b .s II iL lS syst ellti l its il I lI-t111 li ll 'h1 ttit . i t ii lit ' il b b h w iit'll :l . e l lis ow n 41b 11t -fs illi'b' \vilititii il! 1 1 jefist imnil i nill lIII',, ti ' e l i'" Il e 1' i ll E his l ti11 !u11 Y tul111lil1'.11 I' ry j ti i ll thlo' ( l ll . Is 1 i 'l a r-ecoa-tled :1l14ive. 'I'llet' I l l ' l vh-w\\ sincv luy arriini. sh hi :1 'ly 11111 li li I ll uttEl 's %)[, I ? -1 '1 -i i ftlil ti t l'sI i. i b vere fist -lss. Ti r'i s it'lil I ll t 1 11 11111*. is : It hil d lst e'stle entubIl I n r Innhlo Six brilht o y-s were ,wn illo ll . '14k ti il: : 'il I ':, i-t - l sti.. itt vt i Ir Iu b i ttll I fi1is i fil -'tllel v l'a it I I I w 'ate itll :t ist I I till. jIll I l' y ill th"ink :1ghout." :- II-1t "It li .ti 'sl N iJ is I I n : vtillpfl'a lla w : "AMll t I l'. 1 11 " l ''A 11 111h 1 ,1 \\.I\ .i ckO t'n itl'll lwt l' :, . ratl .:, "Niitur:Ill tilte hw baitgf-d: 'Thtey'vrk 'o Ill it. You- i tr 11i l ' h Iue gt Ilt li'rt :t-tlsli si.,' t f i li t st r\il1 tlim is 11i C.Vi if li \'lr :i . hlen' ir's'1l." "Whilch1 ilu 'siny t1wk .Sur s 3*0i 'j litt, MVli 'ls-ar." A poao inuilleIl Wh'-"ivie ex. phinations. "The. tvilla tationl III inltI you1 uit tnl, cotl\v'-k 't ll illiit :1l 111} cailietl Inigill "IIotol l-e ' you - he r i Jek, J111' 11 "- -. 't yo no ? "t~fcouse h dosn' i.Th *telgra wsba' r s e o h l , u i h sy e e fl1 -r' igac ' ir c i n I ts i an :aulbl hi h-l . 5 hed 1 5,----5 ~ ,41~r- _ / .5f ':-.. de'ar. eurdly body ea' - aboat w hat I a::u Want todotasen - ble. Tlgas ne the senseouar's pensiVe." Three haswr meit pecking oni the paper before her. "We will be delighted to see vCei. Don't mssB tihe lovely walk. I'Lave' your luggagte at the staltioD. Our hbsv ff111 call for it." "I~ntirely too veibose., seteing he. 'Li not Prepa~fy ansewer," salid Julia l)Wxrerup. torily. "Strlke out 'We will be' antd 'your' and 'the' andi 'our.' Make it read: 'Delighted to see you. Inoil. iss lovely walk. Lern'-o( ''. lit atn tion fioy willI call for it.' Il(iT'er .Ja('k how will that do?" Jack grinned apiprotvini'y. 'Flr mondacily it talm th Ile cake. My the0 Wav.' nova" i 'Jv 5 F s-Its. wh. nre yol gin tfeed tihle fellow on'" "Ren!ly, .,.l. I n:ln't thili k It f1ice < polite Il' yo to * I-,,(1 -.l himt a1 folh11w evt Uehilld his ki cl. IHe's 111111111 ia's colm On, and It( 1110; he nilee." "All rH 'lit. N.111. Well, tlhen, Mt 'whit aIre youl goitig to feed 11.i11niit cousin onl? Or are you gin11g to t re; h11n lIko one of the llily :ndl starv the soul out of his body ?" 'Jilhe's yeilow silk dress will fev hIm for the irst week, and if he stay an11y Illgel Illy .inekt will ihave to go. "Vvt11! Is he coming here to liv polfolll! him?'" "Not ..I exntltiy, Jack, but you evi ainny h.:lle nIIt forgotten the lttit It literl'te'i f'oilli Willi six filolilh go':" "Frotiu Verlinl. Satying that Ilow hi tudies wt re con ie wanted ti 0ttlilly- II,\% - a ein in u New~2 ' 1 2 ' ''Il 110 i N; ,, "unb- 0 :,, Buitt N:;n'sco'2. 2 . "it I.: vill.i .! de;v, It 1- I :!'' I CAi' 1.1 " :It t c t 'j., Iat n .in''.4 It - - t I ":r -2: h -. .i * . .. a . 1 1''' - a' 2.. th t. . . I - a a'i - I i l - - ' to iY'1rI211 c11 - - - - . ' f o th e d I t2 d w ''Tha'tat a w - a littl ti::." 'Ali h..:t further 2~d Na lI1'tter'al * n' the ro:3.2 I' *king jEy Ct'.s i'ely utia1ki any lRoinuti hero ri crded in history, withI her pretty b)1on he ad aind dIancing step). MIss Juli1 lenderson looked at Mu Mellicrant twerplcxedly. "\'ait h1 ou uppose~l24 she ha up now, MIel'" "'llow enni I tell? Nanny Is alwzi r1i11usL abouit th:is, tilo ughI. Te's v2is it goling to d.elnandl lhe uni11ted nerve fori "If niervet force weret aill It demanded1t1'( "I thlinuk we had best [not get excite dear, or liurried."' "Of coiurse not. I never do oveor ii Anld theon they fell easily and111 natIi rally Into a discussioni about naplkht: and nlow tumblllerH. Trh(, lhoehl toward which .\M Tedington Marston wvas ev~n thlw journe 'Ing, with no thought of heilup distur~ ig elieiit, wis held iI hi; local esteemi while it cane uI) triluei ly for crileIsinl. Mlrs. Iln4deTron doctor waIs Of I opinion1 that, since I'rovidttne ha"d st fIt to circiniscribe her view o (le t'o Walls of One room l-she waIs paralyv, In her lower limbs-It was folly to ho A 1th 1., < 1) an1 td 0, rO N14n m(I I'stan? nt y tic m u n 1y ou7 ththrs I ,Id Onl 10 that grevat houlse Just boonnse- ,I Ilul g Onk ito it a1 br .ide. The p1l1A ough ,"t ito be sold. It was aWhitt, el phanIlt "on Ite hands #,f thI I wI glirls of her." Jaels, y reaso of limnited years .11 e XperOli et% dIdk no0t ~ountl folr nun~ yet.~ y1 t, I. Th e 1ruinister, or, ra1ther, the( 11nini ter's w\ife,. wvishet'l Nihe had the iaa Inet' of th l 1 lnderiSonl a T Irs . . 5 lIt[nd sonteo :1 thS gI- I wewNvvre, wN I nII#III: :11-1y th t alln-,I otf In :a jiffy. .\Ald thwre w\ eret InanIy who li, e.1 w[r I 1c r a1t (lt- vitup!tiness of th:I vaity N w ichl n.d tiIhern :III Cling it ge- lker u:ider t he0 m1o IIVj ldern h -0r0 w\Il ichA nresntekd Su101h a tiln e ,xItrU: towevrin 11 It ily atIIIonIg the Il -n-gitili anlid -pretading oal,. v h111e Inside thing: erefast crunibling itodecay. The dhissionl k-n w ay s and Inleanls 111.t i, itpkins and tutblers --hav rei'-iwd the e li tua (if anl oroder for or dozthen tletsed glss tutuhler, l iinexpe ti t ua1ty." written iIn M I iss S .Me1 veent's clerklIy hatnd, wnv~k the dinlin iokltn di orN\1 was lftly ilnd, \re ea hiv a wlitt. ap'd I ( tal w roned inai stanW ing11 ven tl (n the threkshol. .N I It. M nt s s n Idi k II 1 S ed her pen e lubbii and starvd. \liss Julia's star was Cl shliter duration. "Nancy Hoet wha'i.ti t (!u wlt il fll o'tir 't 00l'.'ll, wil:tt t'.o you Ilean'h" Th' deinure i hal ihung detiallace 1lle11 htI: fr (na li. qulled wa ross' eu."You dion't suppo~se I aml g, Ing to bt hital kne1w that we keep on1~ one, -ets ,an t. a ctook':" "Iiltt tht is all we do kttp, Nwany. "We nIll kiep at waitr-ess, w".ie M TI'd i''10'-. Idnh. 1 atn inI the0 ::u1 - ivw'> '" 1'1 Ali>s Quintius Cu t ttAI t! w1 hiL, - In-,I th :li ta y it' :m y pri 1ate theittoh -i .:e la t IE'r- Igenalll iii tir ."' -'''it h u 'il' a 'oyt ou. :tr e know, t)i 1 0 :1 1) 'i:t . 'il I. ltllila (' en lia jst it' Iitl 1 ' e i' t", .1(11ll il i ld, w it'[. \ig t "I t.'tiiin e b i ng iini ht terie in, Vih it.5 r.'~t l st' 01' Io ou r tnt U 't. 'u lul ',h R:lb :llitti's t ih l ljlIrV init n ual rturnV llst Alie tl'Still da l I ehIlabtlillit th)1' ol hiotl le1u I ni'n4- lut:.ing one~ of he itta daut gh i' ti..44r i. ihits us at its.'.''s nitrs liii' 1 ii4. I ' ie t,'111 ll ul'lfillly. ti il 1E "'l.!n Ted' s r etu~ifring to ArnerYi "To1'11 iiuhi ll rophecy~i." putil at' tlls foot1 for'ernout woul havt re(tc'ive t het'y iinalii iietto o tw n Ito l' esttiservat jye sjgt.'r's5 h Iie t. t tnlli. t tlltI. The i' t' irll rank' . Ioril r the' ttitit:1 1i~l r[ ittit I hetel u t it. la t''Iiwi it1th rinut 3ofigi a s Cbftiieg seto t ll'il)' o h is s i tlr thes e khed~ )ot o t.'htwhth "hw I lanset' sand allwd tonmdhi s lohlY aut dI eh-rain lifile apparent CiTort. Miss 3Mellicent looked at Miss Julia Rnxiously. "Ile will cotne back with the appetite of a1 wolf andI(l nothling but Soup11 ment for dilner!" "Jack went out with his gun." "Yes, and Jack will com1e baek with his gun. We enn't serve that tip for Teddy." "lit --but, dea r ine, Mel, lie Is malking us positively fussy. I wish he would go ---not that he is any trouble at all. 1Le is a dear, siiple fellow. I'm really folld of him." 'l'h dentr, situple fellow was at that itoumelit sw inging throuigh a grove of blnck wa.Ilnutts an1d peenns wichel Inter venled betw'een Is own ione and the 1ltltersotns'. lie would "tlake a look at. the workiteni on his wNay to the vil lige naid hur try thent up.'' Now (lhat lie hnd actually confessed his weakliess to Holbrook lie felt in hoior lIolitti to get frollt linder hils cous" ins' roor asti promptly as polssble. Onco etalished uder hiIs own, w ith Iis books a:iii vork a ton nrull hm, lie tiaght perhaps11 "for.-t 1that1 bewvitchling little Theo thoutglt of llls folly emiraged himi. He struck out stivagely with lils zt-oit wNniking stiek lit ia sapling by the realshe., theni Sitartedlfind stopped, wilth the lot blood of anger surging through"l every vvinl. lin the tohleIhi tmes. wien ie ilender soil and larston famililes had been in daily It erk'cout trse, a stunl paIINivlloni "the hal' way house." they ealled it 1hi:ti1 :1dotued this grove. It still stood there. ruilotis Ind tieserted, and So cOVeiOt'l ovei with vintes thait one inight easil. l'iss it by tll oh t leed, ts Milar sxe %N oni 1h:ae ilte th(Ils time but for 1,a t111 t'stinig sight anid sound. Onl 011t of tlie riekety benclis, wIthI their 1:lnks to the rotil. sat .Iack, "the cnb," :nd "NAiy. tie waitrvss." oin the tloor' of Cte intviliont lay the stai'k tt%%livs of eine birds tl stilurels, "the boy's'' har1-d c:trneid con tribut li tO th:t day's iinter. At the imoluit vlien, by shishing wany a bran'ch of the saplillig, NIarston disco1vered flteml anney waLs actually k.ssing .1Ick ind enlling him b11y 111 111111cr of eideti'ing tinamtes. I low o.I X wr as ctualy ksstu 1J k could als son kno ththr enn strtin prngfrm esate grti 'iinton f.tat suou ha hoe dAmn Jlack! lie was simpljly being insutfern le! lat'ston had much aido to resti-ain bltunself frorn collarizng himn there and thena. What. was that he was say3ing?~ "My dear' girl, this can't go on much longer without a grand blowout. Cotn cealinent Ia preying on your damask cheek. You know how I lov'e you, Nancy." "Then let mnc alone. Let. me have nmy owvn way. Don't be trying to--to" Btut there she gt'ew utterly Ineoher ent andl, to Mlarston's complete dis gutst, fell to weeping sllently, with hter' headh upioni Jack's shoulder and1( hIs "vl liinouts yountg armtts'' ihout her waist. It was wIth tis Ilictutre maddenling hiim Ithat I arstoni stro'e list th Ia- n viliun onl his wa1y to thle village. it was withi thle mtemoryi't of thle ''tnb's'' en. of jealhotis~ wriat~ (lut 1e hit me boalk by It' salune toute :11 hurp ltr a tit posodly arranging his game bng to the host advi~antage over hIs shoulder. "Hello!" said .Jack eheerfuiy. IIe Was in high good humor with hinmelf and hIs prospetiv'e dinner. Spnpulhg Is a good thing for the young husband to, give the young wife. Rut symipathiy willI not abate one jot of her nervousness or lift her to that plane of soutnd health where alone tihe wife atid mother can find hlap >inesst. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription mieets every womlanly want , and nieedl. It ti'nquilizes the / ~ nerves, restores - the appetite and induces refreih ing sleep. Its use previous to maternitymnakes tihe baby's ad -~ - vent practically Painless anld giv~es the niothier abuiidant nutritiotn for her child. "t Favorite Prescription " is a womtani's mnedicinie atnd has no equal as a cure for womianly diseases. It estab) lishies regularity, dies weakentg draitns, heals itnflammutatiotn and ulceration andi~ cures female weakness. Accept no substitute for n Favorite Pre scription." No other medicine is "tjust as goodi" for weak and sick women. '"It affords me great pleasure to be able to say a few words its regard to the muerits of Dr. Pierce's Favorite P'rescriptioni and 'Golden Medical Discovery,'" wvtites Mrs. Flora Arn, of Dallas, Jackson Co.. Mo. "I was tempted to try these medicines after seeing the effect upon my mother. At an earty age or muarried life I was greatly bothe red with painaful periods, also a troubtlesomte dlraini which rendered mne weak anud unfit for work of' any kind. Ilbecamei so thIn there was nioting lefn of mpe but skin anid bone. My 1iusbandt became alarmed andt got me abottle of ' Pavorite Prescri ptionu. After lie saw the wonderful effects of that one he got two more, and afler I usedu those up there was nto more pain, and I began to gain in flesh very rafpidhly." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical AdvIser is sent frere on receipt of 21 oneC cenit stamips, to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bud ntN. V. The KinId You Have Always I in use for over 30 years, - and 11 Alloxv All Counterfeits, Imitations Experimeits that trifle witl Infants and Children-Expc What is C Castoria is a harmless sub. goic, D)rops ankd Soothing coritatii ncitlier Opiuim, M, sutbstainee. Its ago is its gul anid allays Fewerislisess. It Colic. It relieves Teetfaing and Flattileticy. It assitnii Stomnaeli aid Bowels, givii The Children's Panacca-Tl1 CENUINE CASI Bears the Bears the The Kind You Ha In Use For 0 THC CENTAUR COMPANV, TT MI "Hello!" Marstoni lnsWerett grin illy. Ie wIS ill ti Worst Of humiiioi' r.- itl everybody. I "Heen rowing your workmen up'. "No; L've been! to the villa:g- with a letter." Jack grinieil. "The boy wouid have ta!,( - it i., you'd wai:te-d tit il 3 oco-. "I lidl not objec t) to the lI." Thn, with SI ndith tiereei-ness. '\;:: .)-ou donle with yourenpui, goAt . I dri'ove hetr hlaine. I' .' hetter withouthe. " n ling It yau ' ist.-r's gi thei l:ush, .1:'. . I in:iv as il ta'll y'.:: xi saw 'verything. I knowa~ . .a:yvtin;. "Oh.I ,, . he ulile o u 1 : T i'114-11 i ii ali well tell you11 P' e uol!-dy;; to hear it. I told Nain-y it, ; i -; , naled mauch longr without I %Ilarstaon stoppedus lis fther1 a p.-. bay hn~ting him:-iielf jOp::nvly infr;; o!' liilin. II is eyes v~a'roa al:az . ..ne' lookled at littinII. lan:z.nwnt. "This slaua." aid ars :n in 2.a ed oic. " yaa iau tuv ::n in -~a::. >: Mu y-> ug en.33 .iek ti- n 'a th bl.: n(1 a re ig ltati e ofi. 0 h V l.y 1v agret oti n toi 1 ih i: -u,;yy. yo: tid." "'I.)idnu't I hear y01 l; l.:1 hou:r:'' wates that you. Kioved lhe': laitiO ties." "X idn'tm -I cr yo tel thr1t se-m-'a coIet ti wsin-- pyti ull orhela g "Oh, yu were UtIi earIW t tl:'ih y1: ou did."ICIle yuga 01 "Didn'tre I ste you ere" eii "Yh u knowhhe1ttrl11Nun tis doa n'a he:3 r youcial. I a~vue ksed yor ls of tith passon-"yo1 eNil.yure'' gn t"emant?" "Ohs byiGeore! we sdO!) iltlC w 0m1 this loft yoursel i (lt yuo n Lookhere t tim yon ere leii anig oh uth. I tohlNan ti farce glwng trottling mes Sae b for tiou heaard lthe thsis ftan have ('ill out." t led flow shin l ig wih tho1 light of thle grat sible. Jick !'" lie said(, layi'ng is hand care'iss inigly 0on tile boy's. Jac1k gave him aibsolution1 pa1tron13z igly. "'I don1't supp~iose youl mad3(e a1 bigger' ass of y'ourself thtan I would hav~e done under01 thle same33 circulmstanices. It 1311 comes from our girls belig so infernal1 13' proud." "They are three anigels," said T1eddty entll~lthuiastiall, "and1( Nancy is the most angelic of tihe three." .Jack executed a prolonged anid iconi seaquient wistle, thlen tshouldlered ils hleav"y gamlle lang andu prop0Iosed "ani ad jouirnmilent."' Nanny wias dressing the lettuce for' 1851. FUJRMAN UIh GREEN VIL] -:-A. P MONTAGUEX P11 a Two courrses are offered loading to 'dr ter of Arts (M.A.). Library and iReadijioe New Forty-itoom I)ormnitory. Exixpes/ Catalogue and cilcuars of infaormaticp P. MC l(, Greens For rooms3 apply13 to P'aoi. 1f0 '"-.-. Presby~~ ,1~')'i1 rated, to Next Sessio - er var' il heaen he sect \% -.iraes ofC study leaid' lationl, and1( tuit, , H e for cataliogtte or infa lv. Moral influeone . iaina Commercial Co A' E. SpE 30ough11t, andl whvich hats beenl hs borinte t1h sigiiatire of i' )een 1m11alo uintier i itIer stpinprvision s itsu int.ac y. 1io olle to decei'v YolkIn N1o.ti am~i "Jmt.as..ngoodn areo but I Alld enbihger tho l.can lth o! riesce lauist Et~xperiment. ORATOR IA etitut for Castor s.1, Parc SyrilIs. It is Pleasiut. t1 rli lle no. oti serd trtic Irit.litee. It )tltroys W orlns eure111(s Diarrhiig ande Wind T'Io bles, cire.s ConsipTdion ' tes thi Food, reg lates thoe .hliadthy :lttidtt aral sleep. to Mother's Friend. Signature of ye Always Bought ver 30 Years. di nly -lNl .ack aiy hearstoll rea wl ed thlae hd. Javk steered sralght forl the huth-o's whe s owhe stood, deanure and bwitching, In her Cl anid aproll. "The bot's out of the ag, Nal, anrd 'i' glad (fitIl. Yod adll Teddy fix it." one ild lance ait Jack's. lau0ghing fhce iad her lg for flight, but Ted dy wvas staniding, lin the doorway ready to in tercept hr. "O, Any little cousin, how could -ou tr~eat mef so badly?" hie Said, holdhiug Out heseechinpe hands. "Iadly! Why, I thougt--why,e "Nanny--Nanny, nity hevart was wvis er than my head. I've loved you, little one, for two .hole weeks now-so dearly. so ve-ry dearly." "Ini Spite of" "Your dleceit-ecap and atpron!" Not betg able to recall his letter to holbrook, Marston sent a cablegram after It: atokissNan:Ccndrsoas soonplas Soncveye."rbl Wn tur Spnn~ tigins Of ~l~ .Shucd ries.. Pridno &en penedtup an bete ha e a ee Weehtem~icf direct~a from ~If lc~ ou we~'eirll o~us ith a011 loo Iwe canilgcerainypleas ter '' Shoes st' ill o at it-. ly r('euce p rI ~licesin' . ~ Olr Greenvile, S. C f h lo of pefetm cu ( t y 'lcnj l. u( p, nenoi MoreG call (rosbacke 5. Guar 'i ntc, of p ( ,m.eta or SCu< wa 'lin acheI(fJlr Iof rsfo ( ii ~12 ynlal~o I any cheiao . de, C itn .c SouthGar/ nanny Staliped her root lit a man ner out of all keeping vitli her enp nud apron. "Leavo Aunt Jolifl iid the dinn-r to li't. There iist he s, ne lidies to do 1 the entertiiIng." IV With' wihlelh she dis:aipe:tred. enrry 1 g11 the tray wIth its glass of water up "Poll It as deftly as if her expeit'lire of a umld' duties had extended fir beyond the hds of the private ile Atricals she so ardently affecited. Mtls Niellleetit oftetti elared in aft er year1's that she felt that day as if the.1 wverei al' playiiig in private theat rieans, or, as .1nek lcidly pit It. "Ev er3 thing wvaso -o exnetly as it wasin't." Thei oincnenient guest :a loin' was a enim, self Wssessed, well groointed realit we 111n th all assoibled aroiund the diIneir table, with Nanl standing de muriely be'hi nd \I is NI ellicent's chiri, tray in hmnd, rveadly 10 pass Ihe soup. Later on, m hen, after ain evening de i ('ted to emintits"ent t:1k cilly, .\ar ItStn had follow ac .Inek to the stately chamber asigned himi, that young mlt briet' s-nmnrived his owI.n view of the si tution "I tell )eu w e're a lot of frauds. lie's got enuei: h wan In lhiin to takel us in the rough." "No one( elnn take us In the rough. .lnek." "Well. the, .iust as we are. Some hed 's going to let the (at out of the I bag" "Whieb eat?" e "Nan there. I doWt 1lke it, I tell you. girls.' Niss ,lulia was denliontely darning a 't hole In the file ,himask tableoloth whit ! Nanny had exhumed for the ot d asion. She gently pricked Jac on the hshouldeir wVithI her needle. "NI3 dent little boy. what you like or don't like doesn't C'onceirni us just iow. lid oeu tell 0111' guest to put his shoes s outshio the door, so that the boy could I get the i t lie Iorning?" "xles. confroumid bin!" S Nainy waIs CIefullV folding up her -Thire Is wthere your narrowness Coin;es ill. .ak. If 3ou1 could only ef face youIrL-,-lf for the good of the fain ily. as I ha% e done! There Is no sense in eon found ing 'Teddy. lle's just per fectly splendid, anid if Mel and Julla between tlwin don't carry otit his dear father's N ishes I shl:II have to liter avelle." "He's not the sort of chap to fall In love with a waitress. lie's a gentle "Yes. but -oh. well. I'm not pining to appropriate hilitn. I simlyl wniut some Id y to ItUITy Into this famlily to keep Ius fromI falling to pi'ees from a sort of d r I .Iln so dreadfully tiried of living on nothling a1 Ituonthi." ''So all) l." said .1nck. ynwnjng s0 tpar'tent''usly that his siter Jlila ad ed hise ing Ik Me Ilarston's sios befr e shli.'r sh hl~ over'take hitu an1d got ul lediently. "I say, Nai. We arle inll fu' tliis tias Iuvrni-le. I 't's II!anke it a howling sue. n!'Itiin ht e colt ilm yI necssz1 oft expl13'n heim Iti Itt.~nI s intru teth f't'rielini n x ' 'oni uill hlim.edt ilotilsletforlthis es r 'mit techr'n th al lft3 u' gooid 11hiin in ihin' ''hlro)giltl utta tony dlne llillbrintok, the uwrotec thow S t''ire1 tin 13 erdwIth y de3'la !: J nou waywh 'i steated 'I asw~ oonAarin -Thprntyfhe e estaItesU tohec h~e ishd - iis of t he Ioilers ngrl,'l one '"I tut no0w let mec abase inyself. I ani (on11y do so wtith cormfort. while seas i'oll Ib et we' n us. The I llelesonl gills tare all that n1iy fther Inainted theiin - liutiiisogne, ('lit Ivted', dligiiil proud ras I 1,u efe and heiain g poverii3~tl whih enantnot lie hiiddei., withl a gracliouis dig nity thatt nedttnilly exalts it. r '"Nothintg woultd seemn easi'r thlan fort ai vaiga boul li ke umyself to fall in love I i ith one of' these isweet gils and1( take hert ovet' to niy3 owni old house to t brighit1n It w'Ith theI light of' home0. t i "i horto'--wh en I get rid1 of theii worf vi'kIen) now In ftull posse's -- Wouldni't be a badit 11ince to a br'ihie to. I tt, hahI! het me .: itb It. ''I hd chl1tin, I've tlmdet. a f'oot of' I -. it-lf nt beastly aissi l't'e flhllnI in lm-e wIth miny cousin's wnO4. s:;. ti' girl who paihsses me liny13 *offee- at I:.ble amlii S fray In her'i bands -- I, wh'lo caill myself' * gen tlernain! "Not that I mecan by that that P've demnied myself. She Is no or'dinary Servant gIrl. 1'in not1 cluIte sure w'~ho 'r what she is. I should neveir dare1 que'stliin my3 hIgh bred cousins about1 thir' dIonienties. litit-oh, well, to miake the Imatter shor-t, tisi deitutre littlie Kunley'. . i t eri downleast cym , and1 - gr-aceful ligi:rm, hats gotIt btwet ' ii > l'osIh:e fo.: ILL .i fall In love propi I "Thatm :-:' h in, no tnlinary houlseimid 'loit h ., :: -< il: h t wveeni I Ihe Sl e '' n.. -*- ~ . tind onei daiy n 'coiui. .\i, .-a-,~I teadlerson, a nuhInth she~t ('otr i, to gA 0 hinh the solutitoll I here'a. I e-n:. . ' . t .' (osinls' wvat r'ess, mild I \n't,. my cousinis shalli move '''it to :' L'wnl place Iln a day o two n: andl sit:'! t hen finimn you for' my) 'gues. Thler'e was matterhI ill t: hi ler that t Marstoni won hi ha ve beenL! ve'ry sorry to have go alst'yny, so hi- ' i inded to walk int o the vilhage wIth hIis all. lIe stolped at thle open door- of the family sitting rotomil to let Miss Mellicent kntow 4 his Intention. She entered at polite pr'o -test. "If you are not in a particular hurry, cousin, I can send It In by the I boy. Hie always goes; In for our mail - about 3 o'clock. '' But Mar'ston thiovlibt tho 'walk would do hI m good, andc pre'senutly they heard I 1dm swit' npat the library wilndows t wIth that lon1g, (easy stride which car ' red hIm over na mmb g..o...d ...m. ,.