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Ij I- iI II Where iseYour HairIn your comb Why so Is m not the head much better place- S font Better keep what is left 1 where it belongs Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula quickly stops falling hair InaboutIIn tively about this for we know I I t Does not change the color ofthe hair TormuU wlthaeh bottleIshow to year qersdoctor It ba ea7AI Indeed the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigor may well be said to be thisit stops falling hair Then it goes one step furtherit aids nature in restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy condition Ask for the new kind VadebJtherC Ayer Co swell Mai s THE HERALD PRIM WAINSCOTTSKOXA KOLA Bill Tyler of Netty visited hisJJ father M S Tyler a few days recently 1 Miss Virginia Day who has beenII away for some time returned homo Friday A full page ad for the big bar becue at Jackson necessitates six pages this week Mrs Q C Daniel and daughters Roxie and Mabel are visiting at Morehead this week Will Welch of the ParisMilling company was a guest of John M Rose Tuesday night Au infant child of Mr and Mrs Kelse Couch died Sunday last and was buried Monday n Miss Lula Nickell spent Satur day and Sunday with her mother 1 Mrs Pane Nickell near Daysboro I Bill Foreman of Campion anII oil man moved to the Hoe Xick ell property at this place yester day Ve are under obligations to W C Hamilton secretary Montgom ery Fair Association for courtesies tlxteudedILate arrivals at the Swango House are W O Hush and wife t W H Piper and wife and Byron Smith all of Lexington Jord Wills is very low and his daughters Mrs Hilda DuyI and Mrs Ada Kash have bees with him during his illness Arhe Cecils dog which was kid naped about a month ago made his safe return last week an seemed as much pleased as hisI master Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA The public school at this plac is progressing nicely with Misse- Falay Long and Nancy Mapel as teachers About 85 pupils have enrolled The Cannel City Graded school1 will open August 30 with Prof C E Clark as principal and Miss Sue Olive Long and J T Sebastian as assistants For Sale Two of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office Everyone from this section who attended the Blue Grass fair at Lexington last week came back much elated over the good time they had Charles Duty the revenue man of Winchester and Perry Conway representing R G Owen Son of Hartsville Tenn were guests of the Day House last night Mrs Lou Day and daughter+ Mrs Emma Evans returned yesterday aftornoon from their trip to Lexington Richmond and other Blue Grass points and on the way home stopped one day wit O relatives in Jackson Both look 1much improved in health and spir its from their outing 1 h jThnj I will Ilie held at Bethej IIOf church near IGo neyvillf on the second Sundaj ijij September thjv 12th 1009 IjegHining at 9150 t u All Sunflay school ttacher and overyou interested1 in till work are tirge l to ho present antl take part in Ju oxercisos i I rinJjj woll filled baskets and lessor havir big dinnerjonjthe ground j I Following is two pro rllhlIi I CliojritInvocation Welcome AddiVsj Mrs Agjr ResponseK ElniVr Harkjt Interestt that Ca31s fjirConventuiim ji 1JiIf H Swuiii I to Reach the Outway jis I- trict4JIIII jtrthi L Christies 1 font js o Sunday School luli14iII W Taiilht- Appointnientjof f G Committee + j I 11VoNReports of SJipejiiitemlent and Secrjei= ttrytj I Reports of Cjimioittees itObstaclesj sSundayI I I FinaIlClsiBrtICC Fut jI I i I M Carter lu Plant to Juicfjen Jrthe Interest of Sunday chlolsn In HlulIIllrJ Relation of tht Sunday School to j Sabbath Oh AjAirIf Benediction1 Adjournment I I t + All address lad popes limited I U fifteenI minutest r j Rev lioojrgef Hardoman Ktjv I Isaac Prof lrujco Folks and G jr lIon King jfassjid through Hail Green last MonHay t on rotate to tlwIIbig camp mSetihg on North1 I t J of Triplett ill ISowan county mir ur I the Fleming county line whiljii will continue fhr fifteen days ir groutishavethe occasion with plenty of tet s and everything necessary to lujld I goodmeetiuleIrof Bruce Fullis who is a profi ient vocalist Will 1 have chargj of ihosin iiij lively body is cordially invited to jbo present and help t swell the throjig- Commisstoiulr of AgrijulturejMl C Rankin jhai made jublic Pili of the lecjunjrs and the plaid nooses and datas at which the cojiu ty farmers Institute will bo heldjfor 1909 The institutes this year will be of tote importaivce to the agriuultJLirists in leututkyl because thfWi will bn t l oach one uJthillnj one or more Let egates to tile fttate farmers illti tute to be held at Frankfort tiuxtt I spring Theirolfe county itpti tute will bjs htjld at Hazel Gr t1nii October ij2li ll andevery fatale 1 in the county hould bo lro euratt all sessions i Lets no complain of the wprot I l 1 aldsome brotiy Coast or some idle pleasure whei there is so muca to be douo erg a cold winter wind s come npOEl tlfs We hasten dho t summer tit come and we hasteir iittt j i j away j I Too soon win the summer have vaniJlied The Jleeci cloiids drifted away I havejbansiidhedf I that 5 The beauties pleaded to stay Get busy aid the corjl mountain breeze all silnshine will do 4ore 1for you titan ummer tonic orjidle resting iL 1 r t Sherman H SLiverS of Paris agent an4 c rrospoudent foijtin Lexingtoij Herald and Evdting I Gazette 4s hell as correspoijdent for a nunibp10fot her leading pa pers u guest at Ri4iton house Railch for several days rI1 i nI The millinpry cstaulishmo tof Miss Faly Long will Shorty be moved upper floor of feci V l Bros nej store Mrs Rldtl pay will opeif a modern dressmaking establishifieit in the hous vacated 1 i i I Mrs 1iJhllCraven loft for her homo at Krattkfort Monday porn ranyfriendsi and sue arrios with her II wis filer friends thribest Gneen 1 1 i Time popplf of this section should tovjsitJloutomerylomh I August ijl September 1 St1J3 and I 4 It prjomises to be i thoI boat in Keuucky t I I IIi I I It r riIrf f r i si L JJ- I I DR WEBER WRITES I the Revival Meeting at Hazel GreenII 1 have just delightful visit to our church at Hazol Green At our recent dis trict conference I promised ro- W B Ragan the Hazel Green pastor that I would give him tont days of preaching and it was toII keep that promise that IIwent tlio hill country Fmo it was toII most delightful meeting and Iun1 I cruilideiit that our cause was strengthened and the general in terosts of the kingdom were ad vanced I doubt if wo could havo selected a more unfortunate timoff for our meeting It was in the dark of tin moon tint haying way I a critical stag tllrl corn wan overrun with woods old the school I was closed Mucli of the HazelI nan congregation comes from I HIM young people in attendance 1011 the excellent academy of the Disciples church at that point Thor to add to our other dilllcul ties the pastor could not be with s for several days on account of- ickness in his family We are a small band at Hazel Green but we have some of the elect I was surprised to seo such substantial and well kept church liuilding I havo novae soon better or moro attentive listen ing to the preaching It is a positive delight to preach to such peo pIe The vony large attendance of young people isi noticeable and for intelligent interest in the services thoy are entitled to high rank The people aie responsive to the gospel truth Vo had several I II of manifestationseasons gracious Gods presence and power On l than one occasion the shout ofvictory was heard as God was blessing His people Our membership was substantially increased and fresh interest was aroused Wo must rally to Hael Green andI see that we keep a live and active man at that critical point I heard but one opinion as to Bro Ragan The people love him and respect him as a man anda preacherFor work I believe Hazel Green has the best Epworth League in time conference In spite of many discouragements thatI league has kept right on with its workand service is held every Sunday Much of this good rec lord is due to the faithful work of the president Miss Mollie Swaugo lIer hands have been loyally held up by her brother Ernest Swaugo and Misses Lulu Young Nancy Sample Myrtle Cecil Ella Center and other bright and happy young leaguers The Sunday school is also doing good work under Brother Harmon Swango as superintendent We have a hold on the young of that section and we must keg it Some of the best families o the mountains belong to our church at Hazel Green There are no more substantial people to be found any where than the Swangos Cecils Samples Kashes Williamses Taul bees and others of that grade It was a genuine pleasure to meet Sister Nancy Swango whose peo pIe I had known in Virginia She is a mother of Methodism in that section Although advanced in years she attended most of our services and was greatly blessed with them 1 was entertained at the Swan oI Springs kept by good friend Bro Swango That wordorful water was accountable for the great appetite 1 developed and the fine physical condition I am now in If one is run down there is lit bet ter place for recuperation than Swango Springs Among those who connected themselves with our church wereI Harmon Swango Mrs Clarke Ce oil Dr Williams wife aud dough ter Miss Mae and Mrs Patton lrp in that part of the confer once the people regard atcom Ragau and Creed Oiiey as the bi men of Kentucky Methodism Ono good brother in telling mo of th great sermons of Bro Ouey said Why he began preaching whit he was a boy He used to got on a stump and preach to the corn and it was wonderful how he would rather preach to the corn than plow itJ L Weber in Central1 Methodist Advocate If your liver is sluggish and out of tone and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose of Cham berlains Stomach aud Liver Tab lets tonight before retiring and- you will feel all right in the morn oing Sold by all dealers ilWould Like To Know Friend Cooper While Mr Lamp too is asking you about the stumps jl would like to ask him if there anyone lives on Stamper Branch or in that vicinity except Stam Jpera Beat wishes CoO B A Chauute Kaua i4 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely be Grange Governor Henry 110 years ChronicledII rumoii that he will resign his present office tor a federal appointment prevent au epidemic of typhoid IITo several public wells in Shelliyville have been cloyed by order of the town autlicritiei J While attempting to bridle a borMJ+ Allen Prewitt a well known farmer of Montgomery aunty was pawed in tliif face by the animal and badly hurt 1 John Simpson a well known Allen county farmer was called out of bra1 t4 bis door one night recently by a mob of six masked men and shot to death I t The state hoard ofelection coiiiinii sinner will meet iu Frankfort on thf ill insU at which time the county election commissioners will be named f Nothing but the paper on the wall was left at the Louisville Dental Labor atory after thieves had visited the placf and carried oft more than 5000 wort of bootytSamuel C Johnson aged 70 years wt accidentally killed at his farm near Wal ton in Iooue county by the kick of u heavily loaded shot gnu which he fired at some crows The stock barn of John and Ed Mc t Cord of Madison county was last week struck by lightning old destroyed tt contained lot of feed a tine jack null1 I live line horses Claude Scott aged IU of IFrankfort while visiting on the farm of V11riJ coIl near Chnatesville accidentally shad himself in the eye with a rillcalibre rilJe and died while being taken to a hospitirl W IB Aultman a picture anent frotn Cincinnati while engaged ill a base bslll game at Morehead was Lido the heijd by a ball rupturing a blood vessel from the ellects of which he died in a fejv hours t Two well dressed Itran Perl entered the Beaumont Hotel in Mt Sterling tlje other night and held up the night clek at the point of a pistol The cash drafr er was ransacked and 250 in cash aid1 some stamps taken I llrs1 1 P Haggins has mate plans fir the erection rf a church on Kliuendiirf farm Its erection is to be begun MI September and it is said will he un De nominational and for the benefit of the employes on the farm Abram Kenick of Clark county las been selected as judge of the beef cattle rings at the Ohio state fair at Columbjis He has also been selectad as one of time judges of shorthon cattle at the Alaska Yukon exposition in Seattle operaiorifl Mountain was murdered and robbed due night last week He is the second Op erator to be the victim of the assassuis bullet at this station in three yearsll A little son of Mr and Mrs Robert Blantou of Clark county who was jjistj beginning to walk was missed from the house a few minutes ant search bung made it was found that the little fellow had fallen into a lard can half filled withwaterand drowned Attorney T N nose who was repre seating Harry Smith and W T GrejMi stat in their trial for selling whisky with out license node the startling discovery that the village of Russelll in Greeijup county had been without a police julge since the November election in 1907J Dynamites blew up a section of ihe Licking river lumber companys tool at Farmers where employes of the company have been on a strike for severs weeks The dynamite was set off so near the home of Judge Sorrell post master at Farmers that his family hilt the shock The old court in Mason county erectedinJ 194 ova aimo seat was removed to Maysville in IpS it was converted into a school Louse Ian d efor many yeas used as such Itv81 here that Harriet Beecher Stowe saw Old Uncle Tom the original of UJicle Toms Cabin sold on the block into slaveryJj i David Brooks one of the most widely known stock raisers of Jefferson county who was gored by a steer some year ago ant came out of the encounter with broken neck was again crippled Ilast week in a runaway accident when theI horse reared up and landed on uiPofr Brooks Brooks sustained a broken = hip and his body was badly crushed Be i CO years of age and his recovery iis doubtful j In buying a cough medicane dont be afraid to get Clambers lains Cough Remedy Therw iis no danger from it and relief is sure to follow Especially recom mended for coughs colds and whooping cough Sold by 6114oal ers J iii iI iii i 1 1I I 1 r For and of I t I t THE CINTAUN CCNANY NEW YOae CITY in v I etc Our stock 6f Spring and Summer Goods is All the latest styles in Dress Goods and rnis 5 af tf OUR FINE LINE OF and CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA CECIL BROS Dealers General Merchant Country Produce complete CALICOESat Cents Yard SHOES OXFORDS 1 youilIf4 I j e F 5 THE NEXT SESSION C F 11AZEL ACADEMY f iif SWILL BEGINfff TUESDAYi SEPTEMBER 14 I sii I i Kajsh JohnsonKashs DEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE Oe KYt1 Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green aud vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits ands Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their ILTONBROWN SHOES- a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quatt foriJ WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of tit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sh S of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine ui many psprs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be F id At Cost and Carriage and Even Less ii Kash Johnson do Kash i I I i iII A i 6 aLL 1ILJfIt jI f i I iI I I jcV If 1 i1 n f t l r Y rliV 1 ai- I f 1 f f t F f1- f I ff 1 1 i i 1J1 r I i itF lt f i e I ri- COCLIKOOGSi AT THE STATE FAIR I M KxktWt That Shoultlappeal t j I I Progressive FawwwL- 5 teI The collie dog exhibit troth prey Indications will be bigger and more tractrw than ever before The num ber of prise rings have ben tncreased i and the premiums are mote liberal than last years show Itwl 1 be h under the rules of the Atuerjcan K nel club and as four points are to gamed by owners toward a cbamp ship medal it is confidently expect hlrhinorthern states and Itll easern not at 11 unlikely that some of tie most c f brated kennels in the United Sta will be represented at this show exhibit will be conducted under auspices of the Kentucky Slate Come club which includes In its m bershfp the most prominent col fanciers in the state aid gentle who are quite prominent InT basin and social affairs The club otfic presldProfa W1 Selhnan secreta ry John ttlltnerRmembers exe cutlve committee A number of apodal prizes have beeii secured and altogether the prospects are Qulte flat tering The collie hasl come to be recognized as a fanners dog and for this reason this show honjd appeal to every progressive farmeir In the Commonwealth For maliy pears p the dog show has been one of the very best attractions of the Stnte Fair This year with an increased number of d and a greatly increased Irnterjest in N it should be bettet than ever I SOME FINE FEATURES Special Nights at the Kentucky St F auIIftr A B LIpecomb president of the louisvllle advertisers clpb will be at the head of the special nights pro gram Mr Lip comb is ambitious to sake the special niglii features a greater attraction than lit any previ1 ous fair and with the addition of night horse show whicji has pros such a popular attraction at all of leading State Fairs and Hippodrome performances In the pavilion there is Tittle doubt that his hopi s will be re allied Associated with him are the rWtowteg inSueotal and enterprisingii geottemen each of iwhoin will vivolet to make hIs night the best I rot E H t Mark of the Louisville Cublfc schoolsI nightdesigned t Mr Louis Seelbach ch lrnjan Tues day night which has been nAmed Ger vaoJunerican night JJjhni Rechteu ipaM president of the LojuisHlIe federII 1tednesnightdayShe llllideInan commander of the lgrst Kentucky I regiment chairman military night Thursday night John Jj Barry cltairbest FridayJ1fare wail night Saturday night t Saturday should be an togwas f ShetfAndI posy will all be axhihfted andI 1 to the gn ral pUbllo on ioconnt of theeI bone ohanpkxulps l kiag a- wH I tW dapsti s I iII MACHINERY EXHIBITS I Platy of Space For Such Diatay Kentucky State jFalrIt Applications for spac In the mat chtnery department hdallyk kimportance and magnltutlo of exhibits In this department ore growlug every year While the some uUvunta ell are not1 Itway IGf xuohlnery halls s fetira nil bo plenty of space In one ofjtho m wt con 4 violently located parts of tht i for exhibits of this nature and e other facility and accooaodatlon will bewho at their disposal imong those have signified Uieir jlntentlons ofIi Imaking displays Mt the iair this yearWatti are manufacturers of enalnes pum stock scales fences mills road mayea chines vehicles harvesting mach n fcaytag machines planter plows e 140edJ Q1 utens The farmer who would keep abreast blorlarUY In tcatructedof farming and the urn of Improved ery1hen the ILl1armi hisliedi i fl- ANi I INNOVATION j Hereford Sale ift the Kentucky StaU Fair For the first time at the Kentu ckyWhtState Fair there will bejaeld a pu onThursday onto will be made up of song of the Herefordtrecderacad wm be offered In If this sale U a success as is shconftdeDUytheonefuture public sales of other breeds cattle will probably be hjjld fa well as registered sheep and hogs Any far mer wanting foundof Here lords would do well to pje on- t hand trithisthlIrresl herll I Ib F f t WIForUnl11fonDt100 BolldialBtaiJUv R if 1 Ly l qw r I I 5 1 thinHPOLLY tideaG1 III ICIRCUS thouaidhimenMAYObo Nw1fiuW edCempur 11CHAPTER XIV implemNiseats thetestol1ethesuPPrlntend their loading ePerlohner again rushed by e Ilrotbfr fromcurtIethemenlotan menfrowaig and anxious The mere gasofahe pastors name had mad lotergntnight For hours she had been w I j ntplug hrself up to the point of doing f tolledn i as came 11 the rink Mr JBarker please He turned upon her sharply I Wplfwhlt Is it nowr I WAnt to ask you to let me off again thnlght She spoke in a e Jerky Desperate way Whip he shrieked Not go into waiayewhatfs Vad their money because they knowecj yon 1 wacgsJiSUei Tone gettin too tony Ba sneeredThats youYonyon wt at that parsons house slittllUhim 0didnt stay there and youre no here trst thing you know youll out all tIund outs Sure You dont think Im goto touns head tip hill with a dead one rontI ani not a dead one she ensw ed exoltedly Im the best rider- e youve Sad since mother died ToTsolyourselfe yon got In witht thom c lurch cranks You talk al your mthcr Why shed be ashamed to own you She i wouldnt cried Polly eyes wire flashing her face was s Tlje pride of hundreds of years of IndlgnatlonIIand could Jbd Ill do it too Ill do It to morrow Tomorrow echoed Barker What do youimean by thattakI nanI that I cant go Into that ring tinlcbt she declared and I wont was desperate now and era dingto upon njstrength beyond her own He looked at her with momentary In declsloh She was a good rider the slLce her mother as he hud often told hr He could see this meant an issue J He felt she would be on hern metUejtoraorrow as far as her work alolleItonlghf All right he said sullenly can sty off tonight I the crowd whiaidedanyway got t mo gettneylBarbarian but tomorrow youd better show die your old acttentTill show you she cried IllThe outaWolfsee that you do He crossed tbfe ring hodvedleftaHewgiie and tense JIm came luwuni fix m the direction of the wagstruHe gls need at her uneasily Rblache bee asayln to youtIHe says I cant ride any more n1straJgI IStno gool to the people that took me Infand Ptji no use here pastunCsaverybow him Jim Ill show hlmtomorrowI tentJimPoll You aint ever goln thepsm t his defiantly Douesdllrereria3 She wrenched asoo= ran Into the hystericallyAnjjlurn Jtm as he turned to glue orders the property men ker longodsprops werei iGetloaded and some of the men were pndcr the wagons The lot was clear l9tiddenlp he felt some one ap proaching from the back of the In elowrtl He turned and found himself t4 face with the stern soli tarpake hisloqfrom Blippec through a rift In the cloudsu and tellI Into a circle around themcranmade you come here was ThDlleI hard that Miss Polly didnt ride Bingo ft wan afraid she might be ill bigbeatShe Isnt U17 Douglas demo atrzl a ly oblivIous to the gruff the lg fellows voice She 1 all right Jim answered as he shifted uneasily from avoidedof thepastor burning gaze contenUsIm lad said Douglas dully make t think of some way to proleHSgar Alt Ive never heard from yo i know Us talks dont get much time to Jim turned away and began never g with one of the wagons again DoofJBs had walked up and down in nat ftJIej teats apIa sad again night T aieat g tIl4R UT JT lECSia 1 t tI I 1 1 Jt g that he was doing but to purpose and now thnt ho was here It seemed impossible that he should go away so unsatisfied He crossed t and came dtiermlnedly to the pointt Cant I see her Jlmr Its agin the rules He did not turn There was another pause then Doug las started slowly out of the lot Walt a minute called Jim usI gh the words had been wrung rom The pastor came back with n question in his eyes I lied to you Shes not well then Oh yes shes well enough It alnt that Its about her being happy She snit There was n note unconscious exultation In his voice No She aint happy here an slip was happy with you Then why did she leave me nf to 301thehap pened afterwards somethln that you me didnt know about mumensearcheHis voice hud regained Itsi old couPj quer worlds way6NrIceJmyouagainWhy I dont know but she told me shed run away If I ever even talked to you about her rtYou neednt talk Jim Ill talk for myself Where Is she Shell be comln out soon You can t around out here with me Ill let you know In time He led the WU through a narrow passage between the gons m and Douglas had barely leit the 8mallCrround brad slipped cautiously a the corner of the dressing tent e deacon glanced exultantly ilxtiit sursetundbehere on this forbidden ground Hiuilllng the sawdust gazing at the big red wag studying the unprotected IrciH btlno ing tempo of the band Stwwho had followed closely upon Eh sous beds he little deacon started Strong certainly a disturbing factor at tit Idmrout WellIHehe didnt see her beerside himself with Impatience rIIehe Just talked to the big mi went out that way Elr arson r nodded toward the wagons I I guess liu aint gone tar sneered I Strong He come over to this Ilot to I IIIUIII I e a look round lie went qu I j in the direction of the wagons Elvorson needed no second Invltwrowait He was congratulating lfairl self upon his good fortune when he all but collided with a flying appar vanishing In the direction of the main tent Sophisticated eyes would have- nsee only a rather stout acrobat clad pink tights but Klverson was not sophisticated and he teetered after the flitting angel even unto the forbidden portals of the big top cattalosfroch had fallen behind her and ing his first glimpse of the wasI sawdust world beyond when one the clowns dashed from tho dressing on bis way to the ring clown was late He saw the limp coattails of the deacon who was threequarters in the tent Here was chance to make a funny entrance grabbed the unsuspecting little man from the rear The terrified deacon ck ont blindly In all directions his k arms ind legs moving like a cen firmlybyt into the tent Immediatelyfromor He looked about the lot for Elvorson Hey there Elverson he called responseXowgrumbled8lStrong He disappeared quickly aroundyecorner ot the dressing tent re solved to keep a sharp lookout forCIJglas ElTcrrion was thrust from the tentCn after spitting sawdust and much discomfited by the laughing performers who followed him His knees nlI most save way beneath him when Bar came out of the ring snapping hI seweredblnck whip roaredBarkerNo one hind remembered to tell the groom that Polly was not to ride tonight so Bingo was brought out aewiththeir turn approachedmlhim back Tom Polly called the entrance when she learned was waiting and bring Barba I EJolslIsis was the second time today that had been led goIngI wondering eyes made Polly follow and veadedCoasdeHessHe felt MWthework pewithoutNever Life patLinblshowatlatlnythem sit up again Barker say acts no goodthat rye let down DDotyouhastesay It again Bingo never Polly had nothing more to do toexcept to get Into her street lathe The vices weald cooa be BCTtoK ar War 3 1IIJ ttltiQ Greea gianwn It tLe or c furl t- no j stew lp rot then she turned to J iHJvuk the ii A deep fjmIIMr rafts Mjippcd leer ioJJ- t She tucmd niilckly the could answer Douglas wiimf toward He giiztnl at her In autzen cut She drew her cape about her slightly clad figure SSte seamed older to him more unapproachable with herhall hen I blgh and sparkling with jewels She foiiHl strength lIe last to open her lips but still no soujid came from them Site arid the pastor looked- each othijr stnuigely life spirits ly tact ftom far apart 5 worlds too thought her coinpnJilon changed beueatUof hjs ryes weijc deeper the look In their depths more grave We wjro such close i neighbors to day Ili rather though youd call he staiiisiifriilI He was uncertain what he fas saying It Hid not matter he Was + there with herj Whenyoiire In a clrltts there ch time for calling j calledon you They might lace been s herd amt Bheplienlcss Jn a May wooing fjr the halting fway In WI I their wools came Youro all right JL went Youre happyy Yes iery she salfl Her were ilotf ncat Ij He did jot believe her The effort her voice her drawn face belled couldher words How he get the truth from her i Jim sold you might nht want to see m- ey1i II Has Jjin been talklngjto you Yes ljut I IIdut let him stop for you told rue the daw you left t youd never change toward me Have amlouslyIhts evasively j And ioull be quite hank when I ask you jiomethlngV t Yes eifcourse Sh was growing more linemore uneasy She Blau about rot a way of ewciipe eeljj I viiy said you leave min as you did1 I toldjyou then She tried to cross toward lie dressing tenti errIle selzjHl her small witlsts and forced her to loOk at hum ij aollId u 3luNSI never can Iii The llood I gates frets open Ills eyfcs were aglow j He Lent jowanl her la s rlyIOh y ju mustntl she begged I YouvH grown so cljse he cried HSU dose She struggled to he free lIe did not held her fou know youI west kn itr what I mean He dr her toward him and forced her in ids arm Youre moe IJrtclousto me than Jill else on this earth ior tbb first time lit saw the ex felticilyher lJrelCjs art A doubt crossed his ml id If I mi ng iijI thinking you f feel as I dp If you hCmestly core for all this j tlltlonninny Penn give you I I I t I DOO0 tJO Never mind Biiiga Interfere Yoult be going o goodbyfor iDle Polly hejwas pleading AAnow lfyoure not happy here wontcome bock youIPolly 1 I tJShe bated yettoIrresoluteStrong an for her So youre here are you 1Yes Deacon Strong Jm here an ewetnl the pastor 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