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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator will Bobo pa., wbpjstb8day, May 29.1918. There s a reason of to and Tou that Remon you ought to buy tout family groceries and boots and show r. C. Kelts Becaum he a careful buyer the very Tot goods them on the nor Merle and he personally right behind every tale he other words he Good. Customer by him Why they come again and the reason he wins new Trade. It will Cost Yon nothing to try the Kelts grocery and shoe store until Yon learn for your self the reason Why that s the place to Trade All the time. The Case of John Haskell a gossip Bohe. By l Ellsworth Thompson Wells Boro pa., b. D. 3, author of the martyred Etc. Copyright 1918, by Lyman e. Thompson. Logs wanted. Beech and also four foot hard Wood d w. Frazer Wellsboro a. Jiin. 2. 1918-tf. _ _ _ to _ estimates and far Slobb lag steam heating roofing tinning Etc. A kinds of materials in Stock. Come and me before you invest your Money in Mala Street Weisboro feb. 8, 1915. _ estate of Maria Smedman. Letters of administration on the estate of Maria Meuman late of Delmar. Tide 1 a. Twist a in Vang granted to Bella Studd. Of Willsboro. A. R. A. By the lip Kister of said county notice hereby Ciocu to nil Persona indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons Imit tier claims Aisi midst said estate so requested to present the same to the d b1ulla St Jud May administer matrix. Estate of Elisha j. Davis. Letters testamentary on the estate of Elisha j. Davis late of Chatham town Elisha a ship. Ticman county. I s deceased having two to w. W. Davis and e. H. Davis both of refit Field by the Register of std county notice la hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to Tow Shine at once and All persons claim against said estate Are requested to present the to the May 8-6t. Executors. Improvement. Commonwealth of of water Supply commission Harrisburg proposals will be received at the Offlie of Tbs water Supply Pennsylvania until o clock noon. Tone Lith for straighten ing the alignment and the Cowan Laque Dike along the Southern aide of the Cowanesque River in the Borough of Lawrenceville and in the township of Lawrence county Omolja the provisions of an act of. The general my of the Commonwealth of Penn pprot6d the 25th Day of july. A. The proposed involved about Yards of Earth embankment and Bontio Cable Yard of Stone Alope plans and specifications Are on file in the of the Snoply comm Salon in Bont. And the office of Cert or o to. Where ther mar be examined pro of Cawren Evlue and Lawrence township Tioga county. And non Ste accompanied by a certified Check for payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsyl right is reserved to reject any or l j Lynch. Secretary water Supply commission of May 22-3t. Pennsylvania. Have you seen these properties House and lot on Nichols Street Wellsboro. A lot 50x100 ft., 8 room finished in Ash Good cellar. City water. House and lot on Avenue near condenser. Id room House. Lot bowl pm feet. Wellsboro a. 9-Rnom Houe and 1 acre of land on Nichols Hyrc it Small barn. Good Henhouse. Watt a. Good Home on East ave., near auditorium. Desirable location. Fine build Nir lot on West Wellsboro. Feet. Hout and lot on East Avenue by room Houm All modern in lot Good j barn. Send for our heal a Tate Kitchen Butchley i bookkeeping shorthand stenotype typewriting teachers 4 months at Home 2 months in school. Investigate. New plan to your our look ahead club of 10 students each month Cash for old false Teeth if r. Titty Tiboe t Gol l. R. I tip to for i or Riu i Tom 1" for we err t i c t pro Brit for Domestic suppl co. Chichester s pills we. v_4a4 re sold by druggists Evekyn Meke Haskell closed the old fashioned swing Gate then looked Back a Little regretfully at the rambling old House and the great Orchard beyond. Seen through a drizzling rain in the Spring of the year everything within his View appeared dead Gray solemn or dreary at least such was his present opinion and More than All else it seemed to transmit an utter loneliness that accorded exactly with Nis own feelings. Yet for an instant his Strong lean face softened under the spell of old memories that crowded on. Him. Turning abruptly he stroke toward the farmhouse of Jason Cobb. The latter was just returning to the House after finishing his Early morning s chores but he seemed about to pass in without speaking. Good morning Haskel called Curtly but not a civilly. Morni grunted Cobb evidently surprised. Some time since you made me an offer on my South Haskell re minded him. If you want it now a the Price you offered and will get i the Money by to Morrow Tii orning Vou can have Jason sat Down the milk pail he was carrying and straightened his Long lanky form. The Prospect of a Good bargain caused a sinister expression of greed and Triumph to Over his spare features. John has Kell noticed this but he was not sur prised or annoyed Only slightly amused. "1 b Lieve i did make you some sort of a recalled Jason warily but i Don t recollect exactly what it were. Come on in Adelina 11 Likely Dis remember John replied rather dryly but it is not necessary for me to go in. You offered me a Housand dollars for the lot. H is Jmc Tutless than it is Yorth though i know .1 Haven t improved it be re it s gone Down Hill every not pears to me that i made you some sort of a offer Fer your old House an four acre an t other included the offer i speak of. Spoke up John sharply was for the South very Well. Come on in an Well see what Adelina says we can t stand Here a Talkin in the John Haskell s present mood did of incline him to a conversation with mrs. Cobb but there seemed no alternative and be followed Jason nto the House. Adelina Cobb was Short and fat directly the opposite of her husband and she waddled awkwardly when she walked but her nose was thin my pointed and turned up a Little it the end. Likewise she was. Blunty pointed and a Little crooked in her remarks and while not meaning to be vicious was a person who like to know things and above All to Tell about them to her neighbors. So you re Goin Ter sell she queried when informed of Johns errand. Goin away Haskell a face flushed slightly. That is a matter of Little import he objected. "1 have offered Jason my South lot at his own figure. A i desire to know is whether be wants it now or Adelina spitefully turned the Grid dle on which she was baking cakes for breakfast. I Ain t stuck on your South lot she returned coolly but As i be told Jason time an a in if you want to let the old House an Orchard go with it we d make you an offer. We need another this old Shell is cold an Gettin the House and Orchard is All that is left of the old farm but it is not for Sale at any John informed her firmly. There Are things in the House that i cannot part with and i have nowhere else to store them at Well then you ought or do mighty thankful to Wallace Blair that out be Kot the old House left to store pm in after All our squad a Turin o Money an carry in on at Colleira where our poor father was foolish Noush to Send of. Wallace Roult of taken the House too on the Mort Stafre. If he d a bin so minded he told me but Don t know who lie Iiron take John questioned with a linear smile. No 1 Don t. That Wall Are was r Mot Tell Gnu his i Linton in t Pil the Sohol s of Blakeville nun As i Well know Wallace Evi until did not rare to Tepni he a it nip trip House be Ciui 1 told him if to j took that from me. Too. I d i lir Psi him it was a Bluff of he was too old a Man to violent on but it me old if not land that i e 1 United with it Lelina raided her hands in Hor ror Yon our or of Seir she Crici after Wallace Lia i left Tho South lot. Top. Anal pail father an Mother s funeral up lists so Iii int k Lon cml to 1.1 Mother on out lit to know and not Aulne t to the Kunrt a p Wal due Blair a mate rent tree i Himed in the Haxel has to of Aoh Cit to inn her Flo this will. Takin veer o the 1 it i allow lie s uni is if ii a client l it looked Vii what you Ontha or Lohn a of Oil out Arain be Ift Hancin round after hn7e she s a Pretti an r one Init Oucht a now turn on after what Hilvi incl. If it Lilin dres nil and the Mil f if e did t real a their firral t he was the first Man to arrive after father wis Tiu with that stroke an in Hihi 11 a Lam in Fer three or til Romp Homp t know for 1 was there myself your Mother was to poorly an she Only lived a Day or two after our "1 never heard this about Wallace Haskell declared moving uneasily in his chair. No i s pose snapped mrs. Sneering by. You never Keni Home Fer three Days though 1 know your Mother writ you at once Fer she old a i started Home the instant i re lived her letter but Wallace Blair he stayed until after my Fath in s yes he did an he done All he Ould Fer pm. Did t i him a Sortin Over your father s papers after he at your father s last he John Hasker a face turned White and storing. He rubbed his hands Over his eyes As if stricken with blindness. You saw him doing that he stammered. Of course i did an it s bout time you begun to see that Wallace did do something Fer you. He told me your father s fairs was in awful shape All because you had got into scrape after scrape at College an your father d had to take All the Money he d bin a Savlon to on the mortgage an borrow More to save you from jail or worse. More n that he said your scrapes had Actu. Ally Cost your father bout ten thous and dollars an the trouble was just what had killed him an was killing your Mother but he said he was go in to try to save a Little of the prop erty for her if he could. He told me that this had bin your father s very last request to him but he was that right minded he said i need t say anything bout that. Your Doin she said he s posed would leak out any Way an might As Well be told first As Haskell uttered a choking guttural sound which mrs. Cobb interpreted As an unfeeling or reckless laugh. Of you can laugh an Denv All Vou want to John she cried contemptuously but that s All the Good it la do you for everybody knows your father Drew five thousand Dol Lars of his own Money out o the Bank jest a Day or two Afore he was struck Down with the mrs. Cobb stacked the last of her i griddle cakes and in the moment s respite Haskell gained a More com plete control of himself. I have heard these stories and More he said quite calmly but not so from their source. Wallace was looking Over papers from a tin Box was t yes a queer rather longish tin Box painted red once but mostly worn off. Kinder turning pm out an a Sortin pm o a harsh half demo Tecal laugh fell unmistakably this time from Haskell s lips. Mrs Cobb seemed startled and badly frightened by it. She waddled across the floor and sat Down in a chair staring at John meanwhile in open mouthed amazement. Did t it Ever occur to you mrs. He said arising and turning toward her with a look that mrs. Cobb never forgot Don t you know in that my father never spoke nor made any requests of any kind to any one not even my Mother after his first stroke or that previous to that time he was perfectly Able and competent to sort his own something in her face startled him now and irresistibly impelled him to look Back. She was hurrying toward him Only a few feet away her face hushed and excited. She cried tensely i must speak to got to it can t wait. Heard you had sold out leaving Here to Morrow i expect to to away though not quite so soon As he answered evenly trying to ease her Embarrass ment but i have not sold out school children have been telling it All the afternoon and Jason. Cobb came to borrow Money of father at a then he intends to accept my offer. I suppose. And. Beyond doubt you will All be glad to get rid of she denied must have an understanding before of to Ive Hist All i r never thought of grasped mrs. Cobb. No of course not still i owe you Many thanks for what you have told me this morning. Please accept John picked up his hat and wiping the moisture from his face with his handkerchief opened the outside door quite unmindful of the fact that a much prize letter had been ejected from his pocket with the handkerchief and had fallen on the floor be Hind him. Wait a minute Don t be in Sech a called Jason coming in at that instant from the washroom where he had been too Busy with his own thoughts and speculations to follow closely the conversation of the others. But John closed the door Between them. With Long strides Jason hastened after his fast disappearing guest. I reckon Ain t had yer break fast he shouted. Come Back in. An now As Adelina s had her Sav. Well Hev a Little talk bout thet South lot whilst we re a latin but John Haskell did not heed even if he heard him. He was groping Blind la trough the rain Village a Wiser though scarcely a happier Man than he had been an hour earlier. I but an hour later the rain had ceased and astonishing almost unbelievable tales were beginning the rounds of the Small Village and the gossips were still Busy As Blair closed and locked the door to the District school Houise in the afternoon. The of Tho news was immense two and two had been added. Then doubled incidents seemingly of Little importance when Thev of stirred. Were now recalled put to Gether. And others added. A travelling Man a Salesman stalled in the mud the Lav before and still in town had swollen the trifles out of All proportion in a few Idle words All since the Carlo morning at f Obj s. This Ami Lii skill had been close compan ions and the watched of Alles neither of them had the least Ink line of what the Coss is were with so in h pretended Sec pc had not been of fortunate and she showed it Plath. Shn looked worried tired and Traci rat broken a a person had her a Friend warning at noon a measure of pre Paro ilm is and nil the afternoon slip had Sfingi ethnic incomprehensible in the atmosphere of the shool room. Radial Iii from the older Pupil As Nhi the Street s of and seem d undecided what a to Little Olor and determination came int her f a e however when she new Lohn Cominer toward her with Hii Tiki Al fast stride Yemer Dav without know ins win of opt from a in site f Cri me that lie of cd tool it of her he would him in mined Home avoid n with him now. She walled apprehension and Etc Barr i Swirn Lohn. Too fro a int Titio i. And it Flear in dorm Nalini in own mind of her probable toward him be oni vented in p of five her a plausible n to him she understood his a icon. And r i 1-Euhteripd color overspread her a o nit Che did not move or Tiric inn i1 fir Mer stride her with a forma i ipod and the us Ial conventional word s j of creeping common to fb5nnl Fly i Naii. Tariff this All. In j Taftt Hod pawed Between them i when Thev met always unavoidably. She stopped evidently alarmed at the interpretation he might put on her words. Then she went on rapidly More composed i saw Cobb this noon and she said things to me that have unnerved me. And 1 scarcely know what i am saying. Perhaps i ought not to mind. You know what she is a gos sip of gossips but no one Ever accuses her of telling a direct Down right lie knowingly. That is Why i had to speak to you. She told me my father had greatly wronged you and she insinuated a terrible thing me i i dare not believe but she had a letter which she insisted would prove it. She offered to let me read that i ought to but i told her she must give it Back to you at Back to yes. She found it on the floor after you left their House this morn John grew a Little Pale and began a hurried search of his pockets. Yes it s he acknowledged absently As if to himself then added tensely and Adelina Cobb has read there she conies announced Hazel excitedly she has been Busy All they walked on slowly. As mrs. Cobb passed them she handed John a letter and began an explanation which he instantly interrupted. If you mention the contents of this letter to he cautioned her sternly you will be Adelina s face turned As red As fire but John had turned his Back Hazel had not. She has shown it already to everyone she has seen who would take she informed him gravely As they walked on. He stopped and stared at her understanding fully. Then he glanced at mrs. Cobb. The latter was waddling rapidly away and mind was Busy with a new topic which she must Tell at and Hazel were they both knew it would be worse than useless to Call her Back. I do not ask to read the letter. Hazel resumed finally but if it concerns my father or any wrong he has done you i must order to meet it or disprove i cannot Tell you he declared it is quite impossible. Is really it is asserted stoutly i can see it in your face you must Tell me All the very worst know much much and the letter will be common gossip every one will know and i must know want the real truth from not second hand John s firmness began to give away. He could nor withstand longer the pleadings of the girl before him in loved her too deeply. He looked Down into her troubled eyes and read her terrible anxiety and unwavering determination noted her half parted quivering Mouth her gasping breath and heaving bosom and he knew he must eventually Tell her All she would be Likely to find out from other sources. The letter was written by my he said finally the last she Ever wrote. Except for a certain reference in it. I should have shown it to you years ago. By itself it proves Little i let you read it now 1 shall have to Tell the whole Story. Let drop it where it is i will do what i can to Stop the gossip Hazel objected Firth la go can afford to be generous he used. To Dav. A College Friend of mine has expurgated my record there of a spendthrift and a Scala the Stran Tryr in the store this morning yes. I thought he knew Vou i was there when you came in. Lint co on. I cannot stand tins sus John stiffened a Little. Hazel did not seem to care Verv much Al wit his reputation. It mattered naught to her at he thought. It is hard Tell you he began for if Vou me. 1 fear you will be wretched for life and if Vou do not believe me you will despite me Moru than Ever. I must make Vou believe me. Or to silent. Therefore 1 shall have to speak plainly. And perhaps bluntly but first. I want von to know that 1 love you As Ever even Phonch Mhz have avoided and apparently misjudged me and if 1 have i wino insult and m of irilous slander that my it have been avoided in part it was chief in on Vojir account and of my regard for Vojir be elixirs will von try to under staid me and believe i would Tell von r differ lit Ston if 1 1 know von will Tell me nil the truth she replied. Yon Are aware that Mir father Fon to spa n Girtain Trace he went on. A Little Miffland int test to Al int ten thousand dollars hut 1 am sure von i Xvi sons Phi Ted that this Mort a a bad been paid in full or that there had Iwen an. Tri k re i i r card to it my father was a Trust Ful Man and could not be be to a payment on Ali . Lie was astounded to find that the was so drawn that a Thini except the. Inter est i Ould be until after a fit time it was a went. Ear n Ort care and no part of the Prill i i to Only be paid until the i clap i 1 fins Dirc tl1 Ron rare to v verbal before the Piper was made three mrs after the i sort each was mined then be to it the paid d in Iii first three cars roof re a now Pedrr a apparent actin trime a to fathers Honor Lohn put iop l and looke a Down at face palp and with averted eve pm do von know that when that Mort sep was foreclosed he continued that there was seventeen of interest attached to it making the principal of five thousand dollars More than doubled i know that my father never failed to the inter est promptly and 1 can t never did said Hazel her voice trembling. Yes i i. Too know a paid Tor i often wrote the receipts for father to thank said John i am glad to hear Jou say that not Only was the interest fully paid but i knew my father had been saving Money to meet the principal when it became due and i knew too that by hard work a had saved enough but just barely enough for the Pur pose. Now. You May read my Mother s letter her last message to me and then you will understand what it has meant to me All she hesitated a moment searching his face then trembling with dread of what it might disclose she took the letter. Read i my dear son come Home As soon j As this letter reaches Vou. Father had a stroke of a arabists this morn ing and has not been Able to speak j since. The doctor save he May pos Sibly recover if he does t have an other stroke but i am so alarmed about him. 1 am not feeling Well myself and it seems As if i could hardly wait for you to ret Home t h want you Here so badly. T a seems so hard that this should come on us just now when we were just beginning to fee l so Happy and care free. Father paid off the five thousand Dollar mortgage yesterday morning in full with last year s in Terest to Wallace Blair and got his receipt. You know it would be duo now. He intended to go to Day to see that the mortgage was properly cancelled or the docket cleared or something like that but now you will have to attend to this yourself when you come Home. Father was feeling so Good yesterday and Early this morning just like a boy. And he spoke of you a dozen times and said now we would be Able to let Vou have More Money. He almost cried when he thought of How Little you had really had. And How hard it must have been for you for we know that you Are working hard and crimping yourself and get Ting along on just As Little As you can on account of the mortgage which you knew father had so set his heart on paying off but this is off our minds now. Don t Delav a minute. I can scarcely wait for you to come Home. From your Loving Mother Clara Hazel turned her Back and every particle of color left her face As she read. At the end tears coursed Down her Cheeks which if John had seen and understood their cause his own harassed feelings would have been better suppressed. She pulled herself together at last hiding her tears. There must be some terrible mis take or she said. "0, Why did t you show this did n t you produce the John laughed bitterly and in thinly from the Strain and the sound seemed to go through the girl like the sting of a knife thrust. The letter was sacred to he replied. Moreover 1 waited too Long until it was useless to give it to the gossiping harmful. Take nun time this course might have forced your father to relent. He knew about it of course i told him but be merely laughed in my face and demanded the receipts denying their existence. I could not find them i knew where they had. Al ways been kept in an old red painted tin Box Tut they were not Only the three Little paltry receipts that had been acknowledged. I searched everywhere until my Steps lagged and my hear grew dizzy Over the mystery. I did not care so much for the Money then i wanted to Rev Fute the charges against me. I was wild at the Mere thought of losing Jou and followed by the sneers of the , i knew that you must re pulse me even As you avoided me. 1 examined every scrap of paper turned Over every particle of rubbish times unbelievable i got up in the night and looked in impossible places but in vain. Sometimes i thought the receipts must have been in the pockets of the coat my father was buried in. And where i should never disturb them sometimes i Hart suspicions amounting to certainty though Little proof of the real cause of their sudden disappearance but i did not actually know until this very morning that your father had stolen them like a thief in the no Fht while my father s body was still warm and my Mother Lay in an adjoining room of spare me " cried Hazel be Seething la it cannot be True this awful thing1" i am sorry but i fear it said John. Your father assesses such an insatiable and unthinkable greed for that he would barter his own soul and. If necessary and the Opportunity was offered even the soul of his danc liter. To obtain it to cannot help it it has become a part of his being. And. Perhaps we of prot to in lenient Niort merciful of. It is hard to believe and yet i i can understand what mrs Cobb Nile her Broad hints her strange insinuations have not told me All. Even now if it is and it must be. 1 will crawl on my and Knupps to right it 1 know that Vou Tan Only despise me As my father s daughter but if there is a cod in heaven or if there is not it shall to a map As near right it can never be made a Holh a Light As it is in my Power and my father s Power to Nike it Lohn Vuis startled alarmed he looked Down into the Rirl s White. 1 pain stricken Fiu e and revalue l the Depths of Misir into which he had planted her. And from which to had i lavs hoped to shield her. It seemed to him that he was just Awak Rinir Froid n billions Nolc Monre in real too. That he had never love her so much nod had i f ver seemed co d sir Abl of before in All the world for the moment tint with a acne idea of still avoid i intr a past lat Strophe he readied out his band for tie infer Phe read his intentions and 1 placed the letter her Cive me the letter be persuaded a Indle 1 will find inv to undo work to he answered Al rms 1 it a Little Lonter and it is too late to vat draw now even if it we re Best and it would not be 1 under find at last How tone a Vou have fam fixed for me. But inn were tront on should have told nip it a bards a now for both of us Yon m and face father with there Hall if no More under j Han Clad work j a tart John by ame that were standing in front of Wallace Blair s hopi e the Pirl would not do nip and Thev Best for the skin to keep the complexion Clear of blemishes the head free from Dandruff and the hands White use Glenn s Sulphur soap contains 30 per cent pure Sulphur Best for pimples and hives. It s a Fine toilet soap. Sold by All druggists. Hill s hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c in. At the sight of Haskell. Wallace arose in. Some trepidation. Said Hazel in a strange unnatural have a letter written by John Haskell s Mother seven years ago in which she says Ali eur mortgage you later fore closed had been paid in full by or. Haskell the Day before he was in with Pooh Pooh what she cried in a voice he had never heard her use before. I want the truth if you lie to me i shall know it and i will never own you As a Parent again and 1 shall publish the truth to the world. John tells me there was seventeen years of interest unpaid attached to that mortgage when you foreclosed it. You know that i know that this should not have been. Was it Wallace Blair did not reply. A pallor like death spread Over his face. His Knees Bent under him and he dropped rather than sat. Down into a chair. Adelina Gobb has told me to Day. Hazel continued that she saw you sorting Over or. Haskell s papers while he was yet scarcely you took them from a tin Box and in such a Box John says his father Al ways kept his mortgage receipts and he has never been Able to find them since. What were you doing with them what was your purpose Why did you deny their existence did you steal them and then Star those heinous stories about John to cover up the theft knowing that Vou must account for the loss of or. Haskell s Money Tell me. Tell me the truth. Nothing else will Wallace Blair seemed to have aged ten years. He was an old. Old Man. His legs sprawled out before him and his arms worked convulsively and unceasingly. Did t mean to do he mumbled in a trembling voice. Say no cried Hazel in despair. I see it is All crushed and broken she covered her face with her hands and Stum bled to a chair. A mingled feeling of horror pity and unhappiness smote John As he looked at her and then Back to the cowering old Man before him. Ill it All wailed Wal lace ill it All Back John and then you can marry Hazel and it la All he in the for Hazel rebuked him madly springing to her feet and fac ing Liim. Of. For the shame of it if nothing else do not insult John again can t you realize How great and Noble he has been How he has sacrificed his own Honor to save us from disgrace John cannot marry me now it is impossible it is too late and to think that you started those heinous stories and sent them out first to the world through Adelina Cobb a Bare Bone without even mar Row in it thrown to the hungry gos sips and clothed with the filthy car Rion of the Gutter and. When i pot Down on my Knees to you. And told Rou i could not believe these stories were True and plead with Vou with my Verv soul Laid Bare to help John Clear his name you pushed me away not unkindly. I know but declared the wretched tales were All True and commanded hip to break with him. And never speak to him again and the Yonne fool that i was. With the life Crusher out of me from childhood by sordid greed. Thought 1 had to obey and now. This is the end she said Lur inc her shamed and despairing fare toward him it can do no Hurt now. Since my shame can sink no Over and 1 want you to know. T never lost my Faith in Vou. 1 never doused Ion for one Sinele moment 1 have loved von always with my w nol heart and never More than now. I when All Hope is dead and 1 can e 1 nothing before me save shame and despair. I can never marry am one triumphantly. She ceased to Strug Gle and. For a Long minute Lay Sive entranced in his arms old Man looking on was forgotten. His sordid Ness and thievery was thing of the past. There were Only two people in All the world. Presently the girl looked up into the Man s Eves and her face was flushed with Hope and love and tenderness. Her Eves were shining like his both were new Man and a new woman. she murmured clasping her arms around his neck and her whole heart seemed to flow out with her words John " scoffers and doubters. Why let prejudice bind Yon to life of rheumatic torture be fair to yourself you sufferer from rheumatism no matter what form. Go to fax f. Howd or and Good druggist and get a package of Rhunia tha guaranteed prescription. Use the
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