The London Journal

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“I don't." ' " I know, Celine, but if she really has taken such an antipathy to mo-——
-" “Nonsense! It is no such thing. She takes an antipathy to everybody—it's her
way. If Aunt Ellen hadn't been here, I would have told her just exactly what I
thought ... have any more coffee—and I'll show you the gardens and the hot-
houses, and all my pet dogs and horses—for, of course, you won't begin studies
to-dayl I'll commence tomorrow in good earnest, for I know I'm an awfully ignorant
little beast.

Woman S Home Companion

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"Says he can't afford ..." And he brought the Christy serial up to date. Dave Hatch
had proved his love for his mother up to the hilt. It was no perfunctory thing,
forced on him by the bludgeonings of Fate. It was the dynamo from which flowed
afl his vitality. His life lay behind him perfect, in that regard — all of a piece. But in
ten minutes he had forgotten her again, and was staring through the wall behind
her at Lucita Thome lying among the pillows on her couch. Yellow pillows, they
were, ...

Harper S Weekly

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But~it must come to an end; it must be broken ofl'. Will he die of it? I don't think so.
Men have died, and worms have eaten them, etc. They were just the same in
Rosalind's day as they are in mine. Does he arloye me? Oh, of course; how could
he help it 5'” (bung/ts,yawm, stretching her arms over her head, catches sight of
her face in the glass, and looks gravely at it, then laughs again under her breath.)
“ How could he help it? Poor Clem! I must write the fatal letter tonight.” [She gets
up ...

The Congregationalist And Christian World

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Patiencs, my Heart! in some less troubled dime We shall take up the broken ends
again And in the Country where is no more Time, Where part no more the Friends
who once do meet, Weave into beauty that entangled skein. ... to us, and our
eyes are opened to depths which no mere description could possibly have made
real, new significance is often imparted to old and familiar verses and we say
them over and over to ourselves, finding in them unsuspected resources of
comfort and ...

The Youth S Companion

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His strong love had turned to stronger hate. The tumult of his thoughts, the
splashing of his own feet in the water, and the rush of the swift river, had
prevented him from giving heed to another noise fast approaching, and drowning
all lesser sounds. But now it grew upon his ear; and casting his eye up the valley,
he saw the great wave coming. He had not thought of danger to himself, though
the flood might overtake him and rise over his rubber-boots before he could
escape through the ...

The Saturday Evening Post

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He shook her again. “Oh,youwon't—won'tyou?" Andthen slhe riealized that there
was something in his an . She called wildly for William, but there was no
response. “No use lifting up your voice. The boy's out." . She fought to get free,
but with a ... of the case, her overdriven nerves broke out in mutiny. She burst into
tears. “I don't know what I'll do!" she sobbed. The waitress was full of sympathy. “
Your bill is only sixpence. Come in and pay tomorrow." Through her tears June
thanked her.