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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - November 29, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio Vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday november 29. 1888. No. 30. A Apploff turtles and duo a. Phy8iciawb. The Taylor Der 1889. We. 1. Ha.m3by, m. And Ohio. Haima a Maui me the be Feal enter lining. Periodical ".swotm. Among Semiw America Story a pits a censt4hoif.woot.soit to Ultra. Clawd Leej k. A. As Artelles in Rumba. Mar Tralee by t. The dem Moa of Eer lol in Dur Tine. Bjosh80x t am. D., and t a.tannkb1ll, at Law. Offlee Weet of court notary in or Bea mar tried Etc. The Wile real Depar Neate Reeo abducted by Clani Wiilus Sam Aad Hae pee s periodicals. S q a. Dick80n, at Law and Notarro Jublle. Office tanned ill. He Turtle us Aylor Scott. At Law Mew Taylor Wheeling Ohlir. At Law. Onto. Public . Tho of Liei Tamim begin with Umb for u will b. With current Hafl. Of receipt rna Rund to Lump of Mau Aisiks. Tor run but Yolotli Bunmi. Will b. Mil by mall. Of hk4byb. At Law. Moons no. 1 s Central National a Tush. Notary by mall. Lux o a claw led. For 1 loto i want to know the name of the. Man who wrote this article an old gentleman who hobbled into the. Of a new York paper. The managing editor looked at the. Article the old Man pointed out and sir. What s the matter with that article about the Coal output there is nothing personal about that a loss you Are a Coal dealer. Am no Coal then does that article interest this Way i have read the papers regularly for forty years and that is the Hist article on the Subj not i have Ever read that did t have something to say about Blac diamonds or Dusky diamonds the Young Man who wrote that article has a Brilliant future be fore him. And i d like to have it com. And take dinner and leaving his card the. Old Man hobbled out into the Sif mgt. Doctors Are to guard Banian lit. And bring Relief to the. Lick. So Dom or. Baby syrup j it nothing injurious and u always tillable. The of Seattle by. T., this interesting item a Young lady yesterday stepped into an employment office in this City and said she was the owner of 160 acres of Good Laud in Snohomish county with sixty i expel re from jul. 1890, clot i. Without Ihu jul i a told b. Mutof m Oney orm Mai Tabb drotbk1i9. A at Law Kotan Bix Lal attention to of what i. Effle. The a urn it National 1889. Weekly. Hotels. Ibex we. M. Ralrh lib very 8tables. Hair Rah s a America. On Urreli earned Lor it the respect t a Mience of All impartial Newlen the excellence of in la tear a oaten i include Thorlee by the to popular Walton it Ler he per i eople it the a Leet Range of Tablet Hafl. Supplement Here frequently provided i expend 1. Pared to or Ler of ability to to him. Jiuu it the change fill purim Boise and Frontu a new work of Sellon from the Pon of William. Gael one by. Lam re. Will Bea Meag Ita leading Asp Tallu in acres Olenard. She said she had also a Small sum of Money and her object was to secure a husband who would work the farm and make her a Good Consort. She left her address we Tai the. Agent and from any one who wishes to secure a steady situation and a Home. The Young lady was handsome and her Eye had a Buai Uoss snap. Am Piwoni family Medicine upon which they can rely Choos. Flor Wiloh promptly relieve do Mem of the stomach lifer bowels blood. Price Only 25 cents. Who at. Best men to Send to War t Wye i Bec we their a harm Art u 4rmt no on. Can tend them. Hood i Sarta Parylla cure. Spelling top Nulty from in. Wood which the Caus. Of to. Complaint. Old. It a trial. Bright Philadelphia child has Many relatives in Pittsburg and her Little ears had taken in Many expressions about the place that her ideas regarding its general appearance were clearly donned if not Correct. A few Days ago she started with her Mother on a Long expected visit to the Smoky City which in spite of reports to the contrary is but Little less mucker than of Yore. As the train aped on hour after hour the Little one Bunamo More and More sure that they must be Gotting very near their destination Aud at last asked for Tho Fortio Fli Tinio Mamma in t we Moat of i guess it is not much farther. Answered her Mother wearily and with Little heed to the exact truth. Fot another half hour the cars rumbled along and then suddenly dashed into a Tunnel to the Grant Delight of the Little one who joyously exclaimed of Mamma get my things this is Ite Oord. Bin bib Hub youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley. Peterson olay of. Iowa tells the following remarks ble tory the truth of which is voucher for by the of the town i am 73 years old. Have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Man Yean could not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All Puin ant. And am Awe to do All my own housework i owe my thanks to Eleo Trie Butteri Lor having renewed or Rel youth and removed completely All Dis Rad try a bottle 50c. An Estl at o. L. Wall of a drag store. The largest railway station in Europe and probably in Tho world is the new Central railway station at Frank fort on the main. A Rondout old Fisherman who sat under the shod of the Steamer Dock his morning waiting for a bite re ated the following whoa i was a Joy a Small Stream flowed past the Louse where i lived. For a Long time my father was at a loss to know be lost so Many Little ducks. They would Start from their coops and would never be seen again. One Day while Vine near the Banks of the Creek 1 saw a Little Duck disappear under the and it never came up again. I watched closely and discovered a huge snapping Turtle Rise slowly to the top of the water and grabbing an other Duck by the leg go Down with it. Tub mystery of the disappearance of my father s ducks was explained. We set traps for in less than a week s time had caught Twenty nine Large Freeman. Amon the crowd of visitors at the White House the other Day was an englishman Young Good looking and Well dressed. And this is Tho famous White he inquired of one of the Ushers. Yes was the reply. Respondent Tho briton gazing around the handsome corridor i m very glad i came. Como to this country and not see the White House would u like going to England and not seeing London you or. Jaggs had the proof. I observed or. Snaggs that gome eminent men think Tho Garden of Eden was located in the Mississippi that May be replied or. Jaggs for the Ark rested in the Southern it yes Noah Taino out of Tho Arkansaw land you chronicle. Goode s tubing or on tie Boad Jottie emersons i m afraid you won t get ready for meet i father More n Noshin Hiram Goodell was shaving around his month and he could not speak. Not a muscle of his face moved still he looked irascible. He stood before the Kitchen Glass and shaved cautiously and slowly. He was always afraid of cutting himself when he shaved. Hiram Goodell was a very cautious Man. His wife stood by and held his Vest ready for him to put on. Her hands twitched As watched him wipe his razor painstakingly with a bit of paper and then hold it up to the Light and squint at it to see if it were clean enough. She Felt like snatch ing the razor and shaving him herself. For mercy Sakes father Don t be so Long winded said she. She was a Sandy haired woman tall and Broad shouldered and lean. Her Blue eyes were weak and she narrowed them and wrinkled her brows when she talked. Hiram carefully his Mouth and held his lips firmly pressed together. It was quits a time before he spoke and then the words came out with the added impetus of re pression. I wish you d Lay Down that Vest an go Long bout your work Moth w. Hay. Sold Ely s Cream Balm about them years and have recommended its ass in More than a Hundred special eases of Catarrh. The unanimous answer to oar inquiries is it s the Best i have Ever our experience is that where parties continued its use it never ails to cure a. H Montgomery 4 co., druggists thav used Ely s Cream Balm for dry Catarrh to which Eastern persons Are who come to live nereid. It has proved Carr b. F. M. Weeks Den ver ool Noy found at Bright s cured by the use of or. Burdick s kidney onre. It is a positive fact that any one having kidney or liver trouble can find Relief in a so Izle bottle. One bottle is guaranteed to remove All pain from the Back and hips or Money refunded. With three g experience this Medicine has not tailed to give satisfaction in every Cise. In cases of boosting one bottle has been known to remove fifteen pounds of water. Not Only a help but will make a perfect rum. Price 75 cents. Sample free at d. M. Hawthorne s. Nov. 11m. He "an1 not stau there watching "stan1 Here Tatchiu like to know if you d Ever get anywhere father if i did t toilet you up. I d jest like to know what you would the Bell Ain t tolled the Bell Ain t tolled that s jest the Way you talk father. What if it aint you can t walk Down there under Twenty minutes an you know it. An it s time for it to toll now. This clock s ten Iii utes fast. But there you Stan As deliberate As if you d got a week before the old Man muttered something. His air. Miscellaneous. Tom. Ital Steh mining Engineer. Office Incont House. Ool to i that Harper s periodicals. H Vii i b s. And fa1rv1ew. Ohio. Will attend to All to 1-ree Wber Lacem me United the Ibe number for january Al. Will begin the Shinbei Mil rout at time of Receil of volume or t weekly Ler three. By Aulne. Leal treasurer s notice. Taxes for 1888. In Pinnance of Law i Milton Turner treasurer of Guernsey con Rily to the of said county that the taxes levied on each one Hundred j c cake being. Will by Mullen by Pott Oneo Oiler to it Low. Ust Erder at Lii per Brelo Habi or Bothem sow Vork _ the. For the. Year 18s8, and corporations Are As follows m purpose., id the Lowns Lups i St jamk0 John Mon. Manuro Otner 18s9. Bazar. Sinking fund. Scents. General Revenue school r Marsh up w. Moe ref fire in me soon try. Will continue be Mel Talb ill Man unequalled family. Its Aro Al the Erder. Lie uie Mure l Erklin. And Fohlen department the practical Ami character in pattern sties i up Lemon will its pm Lori ton the poet of in Ueo Oralise Art Jeolal. Cookery Etc., ii the heir Bokl. Ite Bright Hurt timely Aro u admitted toll the thou Effend Luo Tasto among the Attra Ouei of Tho new by or. Llu la suit Burnett Alexender William ant Thorax a Cirle. Al Nur sorr my. Curie Tine Lor Bune Herr a. Harper s periodicals. Ii Hau pfc a. County fund. Bridge fund. Building fund. Children s Home fund. Soldiers Relief fund. Infirmary fund. Special Road fund. 23 Cento. 10 5 7 10 Ahe u1u Buiuso Wulah. Wife Laid the Vest on the table and the but tons rattled. Well you can swear if you want Gald she a Man As old As you be an pro Fesson what you she turned herself about with a Majestic in. I wan t swearing. You soy pretty hard things the old Man s True was suddenly Humble and conciliatory. Know what i hear. I be got if it s got so anybody can t speak with out Belli told they re swearing guess i might As Well keep my Mouth shut All the time. I think you go most too far Hiram now went to the sink and washed his face Long and thoroughly his Wile had turned the water into the tin Basin for him. She eyed him sharply when he had dried his face on the roller Towel. Stan round Here said she. She dipped a Corner of the Towel in water Aud dabbed energetically at his ears. The old Man stood still with his face screwed up finally he made a break away from her. As for Standon this i Alu t Goin said he i Dunno what you think i m made of he glared at her resentfully. Sho emptied the water Trout the tin Basin and put the soap Back in tha dish. I guess you Ain t Hurt very she returned. I d like to know what kind of a figure you d Cut to the folks that sit be Hind you it i Didu t look out for you a Little. You Don t have any More thought for your ears than As it they did t belong to you. Now Don t Stan round any longer father for mercy Sakcs your great coat an your hat Are on the set Tiu room lounge an i be brushed pm. Seems to me the Bell s Tollin but the Bell had Only just begun to toll when Hiram go Dell had left sown Yard and was fairly out in the Road. The Long jell tones came Sweet and Clear through the frosty air. It was very cold for the season and there was no Snow on the ground. The Road was Frozen in great Filgos. The rough ground Hurt the old Man s tender feet and he stepped gingerly and toed in to save them. He was Large and lumbering and could not walk easily. The Church was halt a mile away and the emersons a Quarter of a mile. Before he Maine to the emersons he passed the House where the lord Sisters lived. It was a Square White House with four windows in front. Two belonged to the sitting room and two to the parlor. At each of the sit Bis Wrath nod apparently not yet done so that won Emerson s ill Fortune. It almost seemed As if the Law suit had been decided a righteously and so brought a curse with it. Poor Emerson had the disputed Woodland and bad Luck bad seemed to Fly out of it in his face like a Bird. The Wood was standing ready to be Cut when it came into his Possession the week after it had burned to the ground. In ten Yean time it Hod grown again this Winter he was to have out it but the summer be fore it had burned for the second time. The emersons had Dork suspicions but they never mentioned them. Indeed they were not Well founded. Hiram Good Ell was not capable of setting fire to his enemy s Wood. He would never think of such a thing. However the night when the Wood had burned he and his wife watched the red Glare on the sky and neither of them was sorry. Hla wife spoke with a certain Stern Triumph like the psalmist i can t help said she that it s a judgment on she and Hiram rather regarded All Emerson s misfortunes As judgments and there had been a great Many of them. His son whom he had depended upon for the support of his old age had died his wife had been delicate Bis Stock had gone Nown with the cattle evil his crops had failed and his House was heavily mortgaged. This Tho Strain to meet the interest Money had been terrible. It had been whispered about town that Emerson would fail to do it and lose his place. But it had been done although nobody knew with what difficulty. The Goodells Hod speculated a great Deal As to whether Emerson would pay it. One Day Hiram came Home with the news that he had. It s said he. I got it from Young Simmons an his brother s in the he half sighed unconsciously. He had an undefined feeling that this time the Shaft of the lord had missed his Adver sary. I s pose it must be so rejoined his wife. She would not have recognized her own sentiments on the subject had Bhe seen them. She was not a hard woman but floor and Shook hands wifi my alter. He did not kiss her. The Goodells were not demonstrative among themselves. Well Mother goes said to. Pretty replied mra. Goodell. Looking at him with a kind of repressed Delight. Father gone to the son strongly resembled his Mother Only he was better looking. A certain blonde harshness of feature that did not set Well upon her was quite attractive in him. People called John Goodell a very Good looking Young Man. He took off his overcoat and hat and sat Down in the Kitchen with his Mother and watched her work and chatted with her. He had not Wen her for some six months. He inquired after the in a fur Tive fashion As if be were stepping on debatable ground. How Are All the neighbors getting along he asked. He picked up a Raisin and put it into his Mouth with a careless air and chewed it absorb edly but his face began to flush. Well i guest they re Gettin along bout As his Mother replied guard edly Are the pretty Well i guess. This Mornin like her husband she had that grim clutch at a resentment that came from her blood. Then too she was fond of Money and she dwelt constantly upon their loss. She liked Nice things in her House Aud Nice clothes and she had tinted herself Defi Antly Ever since the affair of the Woodland. I could have a new Black silk dress every and a new parlor carpet we had t been cheated out of so much she was wout to say. She expressed her mind upon the subject quite freely to the lord sister. They had a shrewd Way Lead ing her on Aud mrs. Goodell Tor All her decision had at times an innocent unconsciousness that Sho was being led. The lord Sisters one or the other or both ran Over nearly every Day and sat Down a few minutes for a Little talk. Thanksgiving morning some half an hour after Hiram had gone to Church Jane lord tame Over. She brought a whits bowl. She wanted to borrow a Little sugar she feared Thoy had not enough to Weeton Tho Cranberry sauce i m ashamed to come borrowing Sugai thanksgivi said she but we did t neither of us know to so to the store an to did t think its Beau so near you can have it list As Well As said mrs. Goodall. After the bowl was filled with sugar Jano lord sat holding it. For quite a while she had something on her Miod that she wanted to say and she led up to it Deli cately. I see or Goodell Goin to remarked after a Little. Returned mrs. Goodell. Well there Ain t Many to go in this neighbourhood thanksgiving Morin. You an Well i Dunno the Young Man tried to speak in a jocular Way but his face was very red. Said he i guess i la find out. I think i la go Down and Coll on Fanny some Day White i m his Mother was stirring so me Batter into a dish of Squash. She stopped Short Aud surveyed him. John you Ain t Goin Down there when you know your father on i feel about them i Ain t been Down there Tor quite a while because i knew father and you Felt Ain t you Goin to keep i Don t i Don t see for my part what you Oan see in that Fanny Emerson Little thin peaked nosed thing. There s lots of girls i should pick out before i should her if i was a Youns John straightened Back his that has t got anything to do with it that i can see said he i Don t see Why she does t look As Well As the other girls. But we won t talk any More about it now. It s thanksgiving Day and i be come Home to have a Good time we Don t want to get to arguing Over any thing or anybody. Ain t the Turkey most you Ain t Goin Down there to see her i Tell you Mother i won t talk any More about it. Here s father Oettlin room. Body came to the front i m afraid they la oaten i d jest As soon go into the. Returned mrs. Goodell with Anz Loas an Bibity. The two women a Towata the. Kitchen. Mrs. Goodell noticed that then odor of to it a been she entered. Mrs. Emerson did not ask her to Lay aside her Hood and bawl Beta women were afraid to speak and Thor hardly looked at each other. Still mrs. Goodell had a distinct purpose in tie that gave her More self posse Eolon. It s a pretty cold Day Ain t it said in. Yes it s been pretty mis. Son admitted shyly. Mrs. Goodell turned her eyes pm to. Other s face. Mrs. Emerson s hair quite curly Over her temples she used tej Wear her hair in Long curia to her Walset when she was a Little girl suddenly mrm Goodell remembered them and pretty she had thought her. They had schoolmates when they were guru. Seems to me you look kind of Pale said she. Looked at her put her hands up to her face. June waa in Here of. She sobbed a Jane was m her. The Jugh a Terr mrs. Goodell sat immovable in Ekstro but her eyes suddenly became red. Don t take on so Nancy. Mafun tic. Worst of it s said she. I Dunno the worst of it a Ejvor. Foster Ain t got a thing to do this Wietec. An we Ain t got a cent of Money. Had to put in All her poor Little Money to Ward the interest. Of Lois tvs mrs. Goodell Hod out her Liander Cue. Look Here. Nancy there s something t want to s pose you be been teem hard cause i Ain t been in an i know i v. Had hard feeling s i m Illuv to let it All go now an go Book and Forth Fiat As we used to if you mrs. Emerson sobbed so that so. Ronld hardly speak. I guess i m of. Said. Us Lois you Dunno it s Wor ried me when we used to be so intimate it s been a dreadful trial to me. I be told Foster time an time again that the Wood land weren t Worth it. An i wish or. Goodell had it this minute we be Fiat had it to pay taxes on this ten an that. All it s amounted to i wish the lawyer. O4 total state and Founty have to stay at Home to get the dinner Rachel and me do. We Ain t neither of us fit to get it alone. Then there s the pm Dunno but Fanny an her father i Dunno whether they go or said mrs. Goodell in a stately and indifferent manner. She was on her Way to the oven with a spoon to Baste the Turkey. Jane lord sat holding the bowl of sugar and pursing her lips softly. She was Sal of faced and there was a sail Droop in her captures. Her Voica was unexpectedly Quick and strident. Speaking of Tho said she i was Down to mis Silas Grant s the other Day you know she s mis Emerson s Cousin an she was Tollin me dread Vax. And town the m. Foo Milwaukee. R ohm moms of All Oarr log. Uambr1duc, Ohio. Elate material la 8 Leto sinlo., tajik a or Dobat Mccaman notary Public Anda will begin Ullh Elmo it receipt of Ever. Volume o for three y Buck la neat will be Mai by by the freight aet p a Tor per c Lois Fer bind mail Pool Pau Rocelo in. Cambr1duk, Ohio. All alls or it King will a 889. Harper s Yonng people. Nor s a Mich Follwe i the Iliili in during Nyu Terral Ilo let Ino Luu i in Lark Slun Rue the Keu in townships Atud corporations. Oenter._-. Jao Keom. Jeff Itroia ebon. Moulton. Millwood Washington wetland. Wheeling. Cambridge Oer Pratton Cambridge school Ali Trio. Cumberland corporation. Cumberland school District. Felt flew corporeal n.-. Pal new school a Auer City corporation. Quaker City school Dut lot. Salesville Seneci Ollre school District. Wai Mitton corporation. Washington school dlatrlot., Al Bohon Omna Velton school la Trot. Tfonroe.-. Westlund. Wheeling. Wills. Byesville corporation. Carn bridal Cambridge school Dan tract. Cumberland Corpora Lon. Cumberland school District. Fairview corporation. Fail View school District. Quaker City corporation. Quaker City school District. Salesville corporation. Senecaville corporation. Senecaville school District. Washington corporation. Washington school District. Klin Bolton corporation. Kimbolton school District. Ting room windows a head with a Black lace Cap and spectacles was visible. The Heads were Bent Clown in a peering Atti tude so As to Clear the obstructions of the sashes Tho spectacles themselves seemed to squint curiously. The old Man passing close under tha windows looked up and bowed gravel and stiffly. Always a peeking a thought to him self with a slow masculine disapprobation of curious women. Hiram had Uever in his life looked out of a window to see who was pasting so far As he could remember. Down the Hill and beyond the lords with no House Between was the Emer 1 sons. That was a one Story House Large on the ground but very Low. It had been painted White but it was now Gray the roof was lurch with Loose shingles. In the wide Side Yard were a straggling Wood pile and an old farm Wagon. Hiram did not look squarely but he took it All in. As he passed he held no his head quite High and toed out firmly in spite of the Frozen ground. He did not appear to be looking but he saw quite plainly a figure come to one of the front windows then Start Back he saw the front door open a Little Way then close with a Jerk. They saw me comical went he thought to himself. When he was Well Paat the House the door opened again and an old Man and a Young woman appeared. They Camo out of the Yard and proceeded Down the Street behind Hiram who clumped along with solemn deliberation. The Bell had now nearly stopped tolling and the emersons Elt in haste. They sat Well toward the Cousin a she was Tollin me Deraci alter i Zuei us bad off they was. They be had to Rake the table and Wash an amp. Every cent they could Lay family a do v a to mrs. Goodell dropped the subject then. When it came to an argument with John she never wished for any assistance from her husband. She had always punished him herself when he was a Little boy and she Hud text fierce at the Bare idea of any one else touching him. Hiram Goodell had a sober air when he entered even the meeting with his son could not dispel it. He had walked Home from Church with a neighbor and the two men had stood talking together for quite a Little while at Goodell s Gate. Presently when John left the room for a minute Hiram turned to his wife. I come up Tho Road with Abel said he an he says the emersons Are in a pretty bad Fox this time an no lord s been in Here talkie about returned mrs. Goodell. What did she say " she thinks they Ain t got enough to eat an keep pm warm. I Dunno but it does seem if a Man might contrive to get Ploug in have enough to eat if he had any judgment at All he Ain t got Emerson never had a mite of judgment. Well i Dunno. When you Goin to Haie jest As soon As i can get it on the table. I want you to go out to the Well an draw me a pail of water before you take your boots the Goodells generally despatched their meals quickly. They were Thrifty with time As with everything else but to Day they were a Good hour at the table. There was plenty to eat All the homely Richness of a country thanksgiving feast was spread out on the table. The Turkey was very Large and Brown. After dinner mrs. Serapo every cent they could Lay their hand on to pay that interest Money of keep a Root Over their Heads Tane lord lowered her Vole As she leaned Forward Grant said Don t s pose she thought twas Goin any further but i m Goniu to Tell did t Al left Hwy had enough to mrs. Goodell was Down on her Knees be fore the Ovon Basting the Turkey the Ory odor teamed out into the room. Well i would t Tell it if i was mis said she her Owa Cousin an glint a Rich. Why Don t she give pm something to folks Ain t always so fond of rejoined Jane lord with asperity. "an1 there Ain t no Uso in Givin to some folks. Foster Emerson s bound to lose every Iway Camuy sat Down together in the sitting room. Hiram had his religious paper John a City one that he had brought with him. Mrs. Goodell sat quite Idle. Never sewed on thanksgiving Day. She her i front of the Church Saufl abashed when they went in if it were late. But Boutell s Tea four criticism Anil Tut of Merit inn Ted. Irn Granet and flavor att nth Whf mint Etlor of bout Olfs Tea will con it Matin Fth tit Iceo try it for Low i Tor j t. "t6e Chiei f. Of Homesly Lieeun hat Rel he by Rohrl Lyle Monoki a Lite from Surguree with. John Boyd co. Arnold. Brick. Brick Gbo. P. Grier a son an Pfeto ii Ion better than Ever before p Fer Tor for All Pur and Oostra Otom a Gros ask Jar i inv 9wo. Tinder on or before the 20th of june next. Special attention is called to Section 2844, Laws of Ohio which reads As follows when charged against any entry f real shall not on or of december in that or collected by distress or otherwise prior 10 a penalty of fifteen pub cent thereon shall be added to such Hall and if tbx63 Aud including the rent aiming halt o. Or in Iii lbs i pm 1 to in of Lar Lutu a Bali aug harmful a j pc Violl Lull of Etc us at they could not quicken their Pace without overtaking Hiram and they did not want o do that. Foster Emerson had a weakly nervous gait. He walked with alacrity but when lie awning himself Forward his knee appeared to weaken under him. It was Al most like a slight lameness. His daughter Fannie walked like him. Fanny was thin and Sharp featured and pretty. She had a cent an always was. Ain t got no mrs. Goodell went Back to tha table with the spoon. She had resumed her indifferent air. I guess they be got enough to she remarked you can t make to believe they Ain mis Grant says they aint am what s Jane paused a moment i know added she impressively. Mrs. Goodell stopped and looked at her. Jane continued with a sadly triumphant air i was in there myself a few Days ago an i see a Faw what of 1 kept my eyes open an i see. It was supper time an mis Emerson she would t set about Gettin supper cause she had t no Thiu to put on the table an she was ashamed an i wanted to borrow a spoonful of ringer an i followed her into the Buttry. She Didu t want to to she kept Sayin she d bring out Tho Ginger. But i was bound i would an i did. Mis Goodell it s the Livin truth and there wan t enough in that Buttry to feed a she had some things put awny.1 did t. Or. Emerson to culled ,1c1 out a minute jest before i went Home an i jest slipped in there again and i conscience seemed to grow abnormal sex Crescence in some directions and this was one of them. From her childhood she had held the term belief that it was wicked to sew on thanksgiving Day. She did not talk much the two read and she Sot thinking. Tho sitting room was scr Upu Loi sly clean there was not a speck of dust anywhere there was a flue Gilt paper of the walk and the Woodwork was very White and Glossy. The fire in the air tight stove crackled the air was soft and warm. About four o clock John got up and left the room. Pretty soon he passed the win Dow. I wonder where John s said his and Sharp featured and prey. E a a j t supper in Tyllere again i Lovely color on her Cheeks that deepened ked in two or jars a the flour As she went on in the frosty air. Her stiff. Wan t Black Beaver cloak Hung straight Hall Wen it j9 awful thinking of anybody Way to her Knees there were shiny lines Elf Oligh to but said mra. Good around the seams where she had tried to 1 won tier were Mother. Hiram sat near the window and looked out. He s turning up the said he. I guess he s Coin up to see the Bemis i should t think he d go off thanks giving the Bemis House Low and red painted with a smoking Chimney was visible up the Road across a wide stretch of Livia. Hiram turned again to his paper his wife rocked with her feet close to the stove. Presently Hiram also arose Aud prepared to leave the room. Where you Goi asked Goodell. I Ain t Goin but he did t return speedily. Mrs. Goodell went to the window and saw a figure that looked like his plodding up the Road. For the land Sake he Ain t Goin up the Bemi stink Givin said she i should think they was All struck on the she looked vexed and frowning Bhe sat Down again. Presently the fire got Low and she went out for More Wood. On Hei Way she stepped into the buttery and looked around there s that other Chicken said she an i could Cut a plateful off that Turkey an nobody d know it an there s Twenty mince pies an ten Apple and eight t had decided the other Way round. There Ain t any use Talkin about said mrs. Goodell. We d better let that All go. There s something i m Goin to you Nancy an you must t be offended. How Are you off for mrs. Emerson s tears seemed to suddenly Stop flowing her pretty face grew very red. Said she with a certain dig nity we re dreadful poor. It s much a Ever we be got enough to eat you wait a said mrs. Goodell. She hurried out of the Kitchen and pan entry returned with the Basket. She out u Down in the Kitchen table and turned to Ward mrs. Emerson. It Kinder makes me think of the time. When we was Little girls an used to bar. Some of each other s dinner so. Said. Mrs. Emerson looked at her and the Bas Ket. The tears were streaming Over her Cheeks again. Suddenly she took a step Forward and the two women Hod their arms around each other and were crying on each other s shoulders. After a Little. They Drew apart with a shame faced air. Mrs. Goodell turned toward the Bosket and began taking out the articles it contained. She had them All spread out on the table when the door opened and Foater Emerson and Hiram Goodell came in. They had been out in the barn talking. Hiram had a parcel under his Arm. When. He and wife saw each other both looked frightened but they said nothing. So. Greeted Foster and he spoke to mrs. Emerson As if it were an every Day Call. Then he cast a comprehensive glance at the table. He recognized their Bosket. He began undoing the bundle he carried. I thought i d bring you Over a Litty. He said in an abashed but sturdy manner. He looked defiantly at his wife and slowly unrolled the paper that he had wrapped around the. Bundle. Then he held it up. There Wees three pies one set in another. Mrs. Roodi Ell made a Spring Forward. For the land Sake she cried if you Ain t set the Apple on the mine. Pies right into the Hiram stood still and eyed the plea dubiously. I declare i never thought about said he. It s list As much As a Man Sola his wife. She helped mrs. Emerson set the. Pies to rights. Foster Emerson s nervous face Grey bearded and delicate coloured As a trl a was Radiant. His deep set Blue eyes Wees full of delighted excitement now and the. The Muscles around them twitched. All at once he heard a murmur of voice. The sitting room and opened the. Door. Then he made an exclamation. The others All looked. There stood Fanny Menoa and John Goodell in the Middle of the. Floor. John had gone to the emersons in the same Way that his father did. They had both gone up the Road past the Bemis House then turned into a Lane and struck off across lots behind their own emerging from another Lane just above the lord remodel it. She held her hands in a Small old fashioned Fitch Muff and walked sober a Fig frowning deeply As she went u feomotgoo.1 Ali in to Aeillo we _ Ual Luu am if said i the twentieth june next thereafter or collected to next August settlement the same penalty shall be charged last half of said when Jou ask by tatter or postal card for the amount of your taxes designate your prop rtt clearly state Nawm what township and Section and of la number of lot whote addition. Send 3tarap for reply. Send Money by certificate of Deposit Postoff Ioe Money led sober about her work Jane Contin by on beside her father. Hiram in front of expatriate upon the sad Case of the flies never quickened his Pace at All. The emerson9 Bell had quite stopped ringing when they r no a reached the Church and there were no people in the Vestibule even Tho Sexton bad gone in. Copy mboe receipt of a Twe Seoi number., Bitite cram l Tia duet be by of flt j the treasurer s office will be open daily sabbaths Lull aut Rem Harper 4 la Ruben Terk. Offit win closed at 4i o clock p. A. Daily during the Colle cuon _ a that Ain t said she eyeing Dell sharply. They Ain t got Wear to keep pm warm this cold and gone in. Weather Cordin to my b Liet you ought Hiram opened the door tiptoed up Toge Ethe clothes they have out on the the aisle his boots squeaked. The enter of nil the patched no flannels an did not enter until he was fairly ctn see tha through pm seated in his Pew. Then he did not appear clothes they Wear outside Ain t to watch them out he saw them quite decent or great coat plainly. He even noted a Little red Feather j u a. It s a Bright Green on Fanny Emerson s Black Straw hat and an mrs wondered much it Cost. It was so u came Ayer m the Ark an. Bright he thought it must re expensive. No better off mis. Grant the emersons were now very straitened take 6very cent of her school their circumstances and the Good Ella Money Topalin towards Tho interest. I watched them narrowly and appraised ah8 nor her Mother either. Jealously everything they had. There was ugh dress for three to Auhll .1 to enable the treasurer to close he accounts for the Day. H and it it at Orsani. Each no the it is absolutely necessary to avoid the full Legal penalty Chatt prompt attention be Given m it proposed to do everything reasonable to satisfy Tex payers yet necessary to make a close collection Call Early and avoid the Rush at g been casted Tot and Foster pm whether it s the duty of them that has to will hereafter be strictly enforced on All Delin do Ocial mtg win j Quente after the 20th Day of december and the 20th Day of june next. Hilton Tubner treasurer Cambridge Ohio oat eur i a flu but f new englander. He he lived in a town some fifty Miles away on k Southern vendetta the Railroad connections were not very walk hand in hand with Good a Uch Home much Hen vow Bulj Uii Iivo there i Don t se4 through it. I knew there was Twenty mince on i can t count but Nineteen an there Ain t but nine Apple an seven Squash the land she counted Over and Over again bul she could make no More of them. Could not account for three pies. Well there s enough saw she i could carry pm three or four an pudding an not Misi it i s pose. I Dunno. I Dunno they 1j take mrs Goodell stood deliberating. Ther Ghe put a stick of hard Wood in the sitting room stove packed a Basket full of in visions put on her thick shawl and Hood and started. When she got to her own Kate she stopped and looked up the Rood cautiously she had put on her spectacles but she could see nothing of her husband Orson. Then she braced the Basket against her hip and went Down the Road to emersons. The lord Sisters were at the window she saw them with a Quick Eide Flash of her eyes but she did not look up. She went straight on at a Good Pace Basket was heavy but she was muscular when she reached the she set the Basket under a at the Cor Ner of the House then she kept on to Side door. She stood before it and knocked she Haard a step inside then mrs Emer son opened the door. She waa a Stoat woman with a pretty child like face. Flushed when she saw mrs. Goodell then she became quite Pale. Mrs. Goodell her self was Pale and. She looked soared but Ohe spoke first. Good said she. Good returned the other woman with a kind of stiff timidity ther the added won t you come House into the High Road. Fanny and John were both blushing. When John saw his father and Mother he looked abashed for a minute then stepped Forward boldly. Hullo you Here 1 said he i Hare been ranking a Little Call on he surveyed the table and the array of food swiftly then he placed some choirs near the stove for himself Aud family and they sat Down. Presently the did also it seemed like an Ordinary neighbourly visit. By and by it was growing Dusky. Aud mrs. Emerson brought out the Tea pot. Mrs. Goodell helped her spread the table and the two families had supper to Gether. It was Bright Moonlight when the Good Ells went Home. John walked on ahead whistling and his father and Mother Fol Lowed More slowly. Now they were together both Felt somewhat stiff and embarrassed. It was not until they past the Inird House that Hiram spoke. I Ain t told you what i told him i d do have he queried to. Vou Ain Well i told him i d give him a i Ting Wood for me All Winter if he it bout made up my mind i la buy tha. Woodland of him. He com part pay up his mortgage if i do. The Wood won t be ready to Cut on it for another ten an there s the taxes but i Dunno but i d Hiram s old face in the Moonlight bad at once a rueful and a heroic expression. Well me be you d said wife with a sigh. It was late when they reached Home but late As it was Jane lord mrs. Goodell stepped to. Mrs. Emerson led the Way to the Kitchen. Ill have to take Yon in this Way she feebly thers Ain t fire in Over again. She had a cup and she wanted to borrow some yeast. She do Down but she stood hesitating Wattke Joor after the cup was filled. I want to said she if i you All Goniu Down the Road to the Emer son this mrs. Goodell Drew herself up. She looked quite frigid and stately. One replied what of of Jane lord looked injured and crestfallen. I list wondered if did see John put on his coat again and walked Home with Jane Aud carried the she did nor. Allude to the Emerson again. When he returned he paused at hit own Gate and stood for a minute looking Down the Rood. It was like a Brood track of Silver in the Moonlight. It seemed him As if All the thanksgivings of he life would lie Down the Road to a Wilkins. The Home falter. For the thanksgiving dinner decoration it is usual for ladies of the household to arrange the Flowers this being a a a family gathering. A very simple Way to beautify the table u to fill a Flat Centre Basket with ferns and make of Tor candelabra and fruit sus Pended from the Centre lamp let then be a Cornucopia easily formed of Pete boat and covered with Smilax and and nil this with Pink Romeo Gro Erie drooping Tinea a 11 All Wen tip fim met trom the Horn of plenty. London Hai it tic a membership of 120.000. News Laferr newspaper

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