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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaStorm and Sunshine. Dashed up against the the wind teat out again ced Wariy on before. And sobbed and moaned with heavy Clouds Low and dark. The rain swept on Beloit and blotted out a storm tossed bark bad Type of human woe. But that was yesterday my dear to Day the Sun shines Bright. And All that seemed so wild and drear has i vanished in the a Ifft. Little Waves run up the Shore the sea forgets its pair. The whole wide world grows More and courage Lyles again. 7v.g tl3 Cir Al but let us not Repine these gloomy Clouds will Fly away. To Morrow s Sun will Shine. B. H. Hazen in Good housekeeping. The old Silver Trail by Mary e. St1ckney. Copyright 1896, by j. B. Lippincott of chapter Dorothy stared at him almost aghast. What manner of Man could he be to thus to her almost a stranger awhile with More feeling in his he added it almost brings a swelling in my Throat when i think of All she does for All her dear Little your Dorothy repeated surprised by. I did not thought she stopped Short Lier face Crimson ing painfully. Neil laughed Coqui Inheh that she had evidently Given thought to possibilities of tender significance ill the Token but his face grew grave Al most sad As he said in All any life kiss Meredith there has never been any woman who would do As much As that for me except my Mother. I am no nost afraid there never will and your is in the East i the girl hurriedly Obs cried. Neil smiled by no Means Dull to Tho Little ruse to change the subject but he perceived the Wisdom of following her tactful Lead. And so he talked of his Mother his boyhood Days and the old Home passing thence to general topics which although he scarce knew it really showed him at his Best for not Only could he tall Wel on most subjects when he tried but he had better gift of the conversationalist a sympathetic intuition to draw out the other s thoughts so that Dorothy wholly at ease was presently chatting As to an old Friend. Only once did he von Fure upon any betrayal of his deeper feeling and that was when their Mission to the old hut sad been accomplished and they had almost reached the main Road on their Way Back Tulien Dorothy Drew rein hesitantly suggesting that they would better part. I have been expecting you to say he Good hum redly rejoined m.-. _ Sun in. _ fore you leave me Stop while i pick Yon some of these Mariposa lilies they Are the bluest i have Ever they Are Beautiful she delightedly As she took them from his hand almost apologetically adding i am so fond of our Colorado flow ers of everything that blossoms in fact. I would almost like to see a thanksgiving for the Flowers inserted in the Church Tooala he answered dreamily lingering close beside her upon pre tense of admiring Tho lilies. I dare say we do take too much for granted in respect to the pleasant things of Earth. Cut Don t you think there is n certain thanksgiving in every thought of appreciation i like to think we do not need to put everything into words. Friends who love each other need not always be talking to be understood and it would seem that the All embracing spirit of nature that we Call our god might be in such close communion with the faltering Tongue tied soul As to understand and even better than the human Friend All that we leave yes Dorothy murmured to Inch somewhat of Surprise in her glance. You do not agree with me is a Beautiful she said doubtfully but is it do you find heterodoxy unpardonable i did not Renean to Ira ply that. And such heterodoxy As she looked at him thoughtfully leaving the sentence unfinished. But is it satisfying do you think to let things go forever some not. In fact he looked at her something in his eyes before which her glance fell while instinctively she gathered up the rein As though she would go. For in stance it seems a shame that i should be with you Here and not Tell you How often i have thought of you since thai world s fair night How Janny times i have wished that i might see you you did not think Tien that i col. Meredith s she in Tju sively exclaimed. And do you think that. I think of u it counts As anything As be tween you Ami he impetuously retorted. To me you Are simply your Little world s fair lady of whom i have been dreaming for a year. You Don to please or. She hurriedly interrupted. You May forget that i am my father s daughter but 1 cannot. And now i really must leave Jon. Banks for my Flowers and Good Bat he peremptorily into coolly seizing her Corse by Tho hit. I suppose i must not ask when there is any likelihood of our if you did i should Tell you that i no the quickly returned it May be for Yean and it Rtse for Ever. Can i go now Tell me first that you Are not of fended because i came i Usu not she an swered slowly smiling rather against her will As it seemed think i ought to be per.iiap3.m of but. If you re he rejoined quickly hesitating As though Uncertain How much of his thought he might express. It is to much that we can be but the very Best of friends must always part at she returned rather shyly smiling Down at him. Which Means that i have really reached the limit i he said Reid Cantu Iii Piug out . Well theol if it must but in some Caprice due More to Sud Den shyness than any other feeling she refused to see the proffered hand merely murmuring Good by again As once More she lifted the rein to ride on Harvey Neil weighing and measuring with a Lover s morbid fancy was Cut to the Quick by the. Little unconscious snub. The hand of Doug Las is his he impetuously exclaimed his detain ing grasp still upon the bit. And to thinly that a moment ago i was Fatu Ousby boasting that we were of it is not she murmured turning her face away. I Don t Knoy "13ut i he bitterly exclaimed although his smile betrayed something of sardonic amusement at her discomfiture. It is because after All Yon do not forget that i am somebody whom Jou have been you cannot really shake off the habit. It is such a fallacy the popular notion that w Oman is by nature Only Teader and forgiving us a Rule i belies a she is of the sort simply because she forgets. Is it not so. Miss Meredith a Well by their Long memories the gods Are and perhaps it is fit Ting that woman who is so much More like unto the gods than we should be particularly like in that respect. You cannot forget the sum of my imagined offences against your father. Perhaps i should not expect it but some Day possibly time May have so far blurred the record that you can spare a thought for the fact that from the moment of our first meeting i have Bien your Friend Liat i would have he stopped startled by such a Rush of feeling As almost choked his utterance though his eyes still Clung to their mocking Light and his Del ing was one of Magry disappointment As he v. Ent in a lowered would that you could permitted Fiss Meredith but you not look so break ing with a Short laugh As he caught tb-3 expression of her face i Haw reached the limit of my audacity Atid 1 will not detain you longer. but if a Lover could have prescience to forecast his lady s moods he Well might summon fortitude to endure her Vilums Ancl flouting secure in winning compensation soon or late her own capricious impulse for never is the woman heart so disposed to Sweet ing upon a past offence All the mag a Nimira of her nature has been roused in longing to make atonement. And certain it was that Dorothy More Civili Ais ii Rode away from Karvey Neil that . Had not been so full of yearn ing kindness toward him but for that Little hand clasp which she

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