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Hi* children were at lent Sam loniged
t,. retort, but Ultf tred upon bt* foot
under the talrl*. an<l Mr. M'«»re contin
ued hi* pleasant remark* by sold mg
about the coffee, the butter and various
other thins* until be went »*»f to Ihe
A tittle later in the day Mr. Moore
entered the bouse, ae«*klns hi* tlaushter
*'l,et. where are you?
"In mother'* room, father,”
"Well, hurtle around, will you? Those
Boston folk* have sent up to see l< I
can spar* another log of turkeys to be
down to Boston plump on the lhth Ton
Ju»t ft* around and write yea to 'em.
and John can take It over to the vil
The alck woman moaned:
everything. Letty, dear If he seta In
one of hta tempera, then” —
"Then I will take care of him. Now
don't fret I'm off to do hi* blddlna.
But let me whisper to you, never, nevrr
Never with a big big N, will I marry
until men learn how to treat their wives
with as much consideration a* they do
"Father.'' said Letty after the letter
was written, "will you sit with mother
and let me go with John to the vil
"No: I've got other things to do.
"But, father, we must have some
help In the house Mother need* more
care and better care than I can give her
row, with so much to do and four hun
gry men to feed.”
“Now, don't go to pretending that
you have a hard time Don’t I send the
heft of the washing away?"
"Patty merely washes the heavy
clothing, father. I have to Iron them
all. And when I bake seven loaves of
bread on Saturday, and Monday finds
not even a crust In my pantry, you
must know" —
"I know nothing, nothing, only that
going to college has made you too fine
for a farmer’s daughter.”
"No, father, never that, but too fine
I hope, to see my mother suffer And
while we have her I want to do all in
my power fpr her."
"While have her! Why, your
mother lsrft very sick It's only the
newfangled complaint, and folks never
die of it.”
Letty choked hack the tears.
"Father, please let me go yith John.
I should not ask for help if I did not
need it, for her sake."
‘‘Shan't hear to It, shan't hear to It!
Moth 'rill come out all right,” said Mr.
Moore as he strode away.
It wanted but two days of the tima
when the turkeys were due in Boston,
and Letty was seated in tbe kitchen
with a large turkey in her lap, from
which She was carefully picking the
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"Itrookdale, M. H."
I "Why gs'l you put the name out in
full- ' asked John.
I "till it dors nog matter* We shall
never hear of It, hut It comforts me to,
i pud ihat t can evea think of n<»n*
i 1 baaksgivlng ram* and went.
Letty spent moat of the day ta read
'los to her mother sfter the dinner had |
lieen cared for. The old minister cam* j
I in and brought her a noie from one of,
* her college friend*. They did not for- I
! get her or neglect her.
| in the evening l**«r played game#]
i with Ham. for she wanted the hoy to
have pleasant memories of hla home in
j the day# to com*.
I December <»me, and all the hilla
| were drowned with snowy white.
I Icetly had moved her mother to hrr
'own room away from the noise, and
ihere she looked from the window up
|, u the country beyond her home the
II ountry which she had never had time
j to enjoy.
It wa* a bright, sparkling winter
morning when Mr. Moore eame In one
I day to speak with Letty.Hhe wus stand
jlng at the table Ironing a da.nty little
i i edgown o/ her mother's. Hhe was not
| a girl given to tears, and yet more than
•me had fallen uptui the garment.
Her mother had always been a crea
ture of gentle mold. Hhe was one of
an old Massachusetts family, and no
hardship could ever make m r coarae nr
unrefined. It was a comfort to think
that she had been bleased with such a
mother.* and the gfrl’a heart ached
when she thought of her passing sway
Her father did not notice her tearful
eyes. He was too much Interested In
the new* he brought.
"Lett,” he said hurriedly, "there's a
handsome turnout cotnfns over Long
hill, and It's a city one. too, some one
coming to drive a trade of some sort I
suppose, and you'd better spuce •• a
"Take off that check apon, girl, and
don't let 'em think that my daughter
Isn't as good as tbe best of them.
Letty threw the apron aside and look
ed at her swollen right hand. It pained
her. but she had not thought of tt be
fore As her father went out she re
called with shame his miserly habits,
which prevented them from keeping a
cheerful fire l n the sitting room or par
Hhe had not time to moralise much
before the door opened and a tall, hand
some man entered with her father.
"My daughter, Mr. Langdon, Mies
Moore,” her father had said, and Letty
raised her eyes to greet those of a man
whose every look bespoke refinement.
With a true housekeeper’s Instinct
Letty remembered after the first greet
ings were over that her larder was In
excellent condition, and also that It.
would cheer her dear invalid to see
such In her home.
Shs mad# no apology for hsr work. It
wa* glvsn her to de, and It was wail
don*. A good man would undsrst|.ra
Sam and the stranger were friends at
once. He had business Interests near
Brnokdaie. He had driven up partly,he
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; ning for Ha'dedbati-n. •* ah- had ge
sired to do. The great happiness in
store for ih* unknown girl# who should
: find rest and pleasure mad* her eye*
sparkle with SeUght Hh* ws# roused
lfr»»tn her reverie with the w.»r«to:
My maiden finger* long to I race
I Home nobler woik. In broader apace.”
"Mr Langdon. where did you find
' "I'nder the wing of a turkey which i
| i ,„ught for my «dd nurse long ago Just
now here In ibe pocket neareat my
"And you knew all the lime that—”
"That you wrote It. Yea. dear child,
and now I ask. a# you have made tn*
w lae, that you will continue your teach
ing by becoming my wife!”
• But I never dreamed or thought—”
"No, I have done the dreaming and
thinking In thl* matter. You have lieen
working for your college friends. My
dear girl, ahall we go on working to
The aun danced brightly on the top
of a distant mountain as she placed her
hand In hi*, and all the world whs for
gotten until Ha-m railed out:
‘ Profeasor, won't you tell me where
these plants are to go?"
"Ask your slater. Ham. Hhe Is the
owner of Hunny Slope.”
"And she won't keep house for me
"Yes. Hair., and I ahall lie a perma
nent boarder."-—Boston Globe.
How to Look flood.
Good look* are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of the vital organa. If the
liver la Inactive, you have a bilious
look; If your stomach Is disordered, you
have a dyspeptic look; If your kidneys
are affected, you have a pinched look.
Secure good healtli and you will surely
have good looks. "Klectrie Bitters" Is
n good alterative and tonic. Acts di
rectly on the stomach, liver and kid
neys, purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and boll* and give* a good
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Howard & Wlllet's drug store.
50 cent* per bottle.
ROUGH RIDER IN TOWN.
One Of Teddy’s Boys Was Seen In the
One of Teddy Roosevelt’s boys pas
sed through the city today. Hi* name
could not be learned, but be Is from
South Arizona. He was attired in
a campaign hat, a pair of corduroy
pants, boots and army blouse. He
was seen shaking hands with several
of the northern soldiers. The reporter
endeavored to find the Rough Rider,
but could not. The newspaper
man's informant said he thought the
soldier bad left town.
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In order that we fittingly conclude a Bicycle
season which has in all respect been HIGHLY
SUCCESSFULLY, we today put on sale the
balance of our MODEL 4-0 COLUM Bl A Wheels
(there are only nine of them) at Forty Dollars
|(s rO.OO each) cash. We do this to make room
lor our ’99 samples. Furthermore, we will, at
any time within 6 months, accept these wheels
Sn exchange so.- any 1899 Bicycle in our line,
and allow $15.00 for it. provided the wheel
has only had ordinary usage.
Wifi You Get Left ?
There is but one looked-for condition this
fall in regard to business and that is a most
healthy one, and those who are preparing for
it are the people who will reap the harvest and
all the others will get left. We have gathered
from all the renowned centers immense quan
tities of desirable up-to-date goods running
mostly to novelties in
China, Pottery and Glassware.
They are ours to own at right prices if you
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
809 BROAD STREET.
The modern Cinderella’s glass (dip
per is a skate, of which the upper part
resembles a slipper, open behind, with
a split "lace-up” heel-cap. The Age
of Steel describes this new skate as a
skate of glass, hardened by a recent
process to the consistency of steel.
Bycry part of the skate is of glass,
from the slipper-like upper to the glit
tering blade. 1* is aaoerted that the
glass blades are much more slippery
than steel ones,.and that they will run
almost aa walrsver rough, snuw-cov
sred lee, aa on a smooth !«»-sheet, and
will also go t*»ily over Inequalities,
twigs and otheijUbstnictloß*. They are
made very shags and are so extremely
hard that it is almost impossible to
blunt them. <2
tt MOM Ml
The Kind You Have
L Jft* The
v/ You Have
"With due respect to your politics
I say that when you take the negro
into your embraces on election day to
control his vote and use liquor to be
fuddle his understanding and make
blm believe he I* your man and broth
er, when you honey-snuggle him at
the polls and make him familiar with
dirty tricks in politics, so long will
lynching prevail.”—Mrs. W. H. Fel
"Cook," said Mr*. Hotess. solemn
ly, at the eleventh hour, “we have
forgotten all about the entries."
And eook, in her excitement, re
sponded with: ’’Lor', mum, sow we
have! If we ain’t a couple of blun
der-headed idiots, may 1 never!”—Tit-
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