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Zty Eleanor H. Porter
Otrrtfktbr U. F.rtt
CHAPTER J V -Continued.
" I shouldn't like Mr. Harlow for a
father. I know I shouldn't.. Hut then,
there's no danger, of course, even If
ho nnd Mother were lovers once. He's
got a wife now, nnd even If he got n
divorce, I don't believe Mother would
But of course there's no' telling
which one sho will take. As I said
before, I don't know,. It's too soon,
anyway, to tell. I suspect It isn't any
more proper to hurry up about getting
married ngnin when you've been un
married by a divorce Uiau It Is when
you've been unmnrricd by your hus
band's dying. I nsked Peter one dny
how soon folks did get married after
n divorce, but he didn't seem to know.
Anyway, nil he said was to stammer:
"Er yes, miss no, miss, 1 mean,
I don't know, miss."
Peter Is awfully funny. But he's
nice. I llko him, only I enn't And out
much by him. IIo's very good-looking,
though he'B quite old. IIo's almost
thirty. Ho tojd me. I asked him. Ho
takes me buck and forth to school ev
ery dny, so I sco quite a lot of him.
And, really, he's ubout the only ono I
enn ask questions of here, anyway.
There Isn't nnybody like Nurso Sarah
used to be. Olga, the cook, talks so
funny I can't understand n word sho
saya, hardly. Besides, the only two
times I've been down to the kitchen
Aunt Ilattle sent for me, and she
told me tho last time not to go any
more. Sho didn't say why. Aunt lint
tie never sayB why not to do things.
Sho Just says, "Don't." Sometimes it
BeeniB to me as if my whole life had
been made up of "don'ts." If they'd
only tell us part of the time things
to "do," maybe wo wouldn't have so
much time to do tho "don'ts." (That
sounds funny, but I guess follcs'll know
what I mean.)
Well, what was I saying? Oh.
knowabout asking questions. As I
Bald, thero Isn't anybody like Nurse
Sarah hero. I can't understand uiga,
and Theresa, the other ninld, is Just
nbout as bnd. Aunt llutlio's lovely,
but I can't nsk Questions of her. She
isn't tho kind. Besides, Lester's al
ways there, too; nnd you can't discuss
family affairs boforo children. Of
course there's Mother and Grandpa
Desmond. But questions like when
It's proper for Mother to have lovers
I cun't nsk of them, of course. So
there's no ono but Poter left to nsk
Peter's all right and very nice, but he
doesn't seem to know anything that
I want to know. So ho doesn't amount
to bo very much, after all.
I'm not sure, anyway, that Mothcr'll
want to get married again. From lit
tle things she suya I rnther guess sho
. doesn't think much of marriage, any
way. One day I heard her say to
Aunt Hattlo that It was n very pretty
theory that marriages wore made in
heaven, but that tliu real facts of the
case were that they woro mndo on
earth. And another day I heard iter
say that one trouble with marriage
was that tho husband and wife didn't
know how to play together and to rest
together. And lots of times I've heard
her say little things to Aunt Ilattle
that showed how unhappy her mar
riage had boon.
But Just night a funny thing hap
pened. Wo wore all In the library
reading after dinner, and Grandpa
looked up from his paper and said
something about a woman that was
sentenced to bo bunged and how a
whole lot of men wero writing letters
protesting against having n woman
hanged; but there wero only one or
two letters from women. And Grand
pa said that only went to prove how
much more lacking In a sense of fit
ness of things women were than men.
And ho was Just going to say moro
.when Aunt Ilattle bristled up nnd
tossed her chin, and snld, real lnd!g
"A senso of fitness of things, In
deed! Oh, yes, thut's all very "well
.to suy. There are plenty of men, no
doubt, who aro shocked beyond any
thing at tho idea of hanging a woman;
but those same mon will think noth
ing of going, strulght homo and mak
ing life for some other-woman so ab
solutely miserable that she'd think
hanging would bo a lucky escapo from
"Hnrrletl" exclaimed Grandpa In a
"Well, I meun Itl" doclared Aunt
Ilattle emphatically. "Look at poor
Madge here, nnd that wretch of u hus
band of hers!"
And Just here Is where tho funny
thing happened. Mother bristled np
Mother I nnd oven moro thnn Aunt
Ilattle had. Sho turned red and then
white, and hor eyes biased:
"That will do, ilattle, please, In my
presence," sho Bald, very cold, IV. p Ice.
"Dr. Anderson Is not a wrotch at all.
He Jb nn honorable scholarly gtntlo
man. Without donlit he mount to bo
kind an! 1i,jUp. H simply did
nol unrteralnnTl The. "Wo wVi'tnTl JTiilteH
to each other. ' That's all."
And who got til and swept out of the
Now, wasn't that funny? Hut I
JiiHt lovctl It, all the same. I ulwnys
lov Mother when who's suporh and
haughty and disdainful.
Well, after she hail gone Aunt lint
tic looked nt Grandpa and Grandpa
looked at Aunt Ilattle. Gramlpn
"That Will Do, Hattle, Please, In My
Presence," 8he 8a1d, Very Cold, Llko
flbrliggefl Ids 'shoulders, and gavo Tils
hands a funny little flourish ; nnd Aunt
Unttlc lifted her eyebrows and Bnld:
"Well, what Tio you know about
that?" (Aunt Ilattle forgot I was In
tho room, I know, or sho'd never In the
world have used slang like that I)
"And after nil tho things she's Bald
about how unhappy she was 1" finished
Grandpa didn't say anything, but
Just gavo his funny little shrug again.
And It was kind of queer, when you
come to think of It about Mother, I
mean, wasn't It?
ONE MONTH LATER
Well, I've been hero another whole
month, and It's growing nicer- all the
time, I Just love it here. I love the
sunshine everywhere, and the curtains
up to let It In, And the flowers In the
rooms, and the little fern-dish on the
dining-room table, tho books and mag
azines Just lying uround ready to bo
picked up; Baby Lester laughing and
singing all over the house, und love
ly ladles and gentlemen In tho drawing-room
huvlng mush: and tea and
little cakes when I come home from
school In the afternoon. And I love
it not to have to look up and watch
nnd listen for fenr Father's coming In
and I'll be making a noise. And best
of all I love Mother with her dancing
eyes and her laugh, und her Just be
ing happy, with no going in and (bid
ing her crying or looking long and fix
edly at nothing, and then turning to
me with a great big sigh, and u "Well,
dear?" that Just makes you want to
go and cry because It's so hurt and
heart-broken. Oh, T do Just love It
And Mother Is huppy, I'm sure sho
Is. Somebody Is doing something for
hor every moment seems so. They
are so glad to get her back' again. I
know they arc. I heard two ladles
talking ono dny, and they said they
were. They called her "Poor Madge,"
and "Dcnr Madge," and they said It
was a shame that she should havo
had such n wretched experience, and
that they for one should try to do ev
erything they could to make her for
nd that's what they nil seem to be
trying to do-to mnke her forget
Thero Isn't n duy goes by but that
somebodv sends flowers or books or
. . v. . ...... n " "rf
candy, or invites hor somewhere, or
takes her to ride or to tho theater,
or comes to seo her, so thnt Mother
Is In Just one whirl of good times from
morning till night. Why, sho'd Just
hnvo to forget. Sho doesn't have any
time to remember. I think she Is for
getting, too. Oh, of courso sho gets
tired, nnd sometimes rainy days or
twilights I find her on the sofa In her
room not rending or anything, nnd her
fuco looks 'most ns It used to some
times after they'd been having ono of
their Incompatibility times. But I
don't find her that w&y very often,
nnd U doesn't last long. So I really
think she Is forgetting.
About the prospective suitors 1
found that "prospective suitor" In a
story a week ngo, nnd I Just love it.
come hero (tho unmarried ones). 1
forgoinnd used It out loud one dny
to Aunt Hnttle; but I shan't again.
She said, "Mercy 1" nnd threw up her
hands and looked over to fnnilnn tin
(. ulu. .limn It.... 1.1 '
she thinks Is perfectly awful.
Hut 1 was linn and dignified hut
very polite and pleasant-and I said
Hint I didn't see why she should act
like that, for of courso they wero pro
spective suitors, tho uiunnrrloil ones,
anyway, and uvea some of the married
onc, maybe, like Mr. Harlow, for of
course thoy could got divorces, and
"Mario!" Interrupted Aunt Hnttle
thou, before I could say another word,
or go on to uxplaln that of course
Mother couldn't bo oxpeetil to stay
iiiiiiihitUmI always, though l was very
Kiire elii wo'AldQ't married n&uln
means you probably will want to quick . tie glance for some one else .t 23rd. IBM nt 10 o'clock A. m7.
marry her, you know. I use It all tho ta tllIk to. tQ rcCQlY0 oxnn,jno noar anow, or
time now In my mind when I'm ""t still thero wasn't nnybody there. n(jjust nll 'cinlmB nni objections duly
thinking nbout thoso gentlemen thnt ni' were nil over to the other sldo medt
uii II c was perfectly proper and gen-
teel for her to take unto herself an- !
other husbntid. '
Ttn I Aunt I Initio wouldn't nvpn llfttpn.
And she threw up her hands and snUl, !
the last part of tlu name the Wny I
simply loathe. And she told me never,
never to let her hrnr tuc make such a
speech as that again. And I said I
would be very careful not to. And
She told Mother ubout It, thongb, I
think. Anyhow, they were talking very
busily together when they came Into
the library nfter dinner that night,
und Mother looked sort of (lushed nnd
plagued, and I heard her say, "Per
haps .the child does read too many
And Aunt Ilattle answered, "Of
course she docs!" Then she said some
thing else which I didn't cntch, only
the wordii "silly" nnd "romantic" nnd
"pre-coshus." (I don't know wlint that
Inst means, but I put it down tho way
it sounded, and I'm going to look it
Then they turned and saw me, nnd
they didn't soy unytlilng more. But
the next morning the perfectly lovely
story I was rending, that Theresa let
mc take, called "The Hidden Secret,"
I couldn't find anywhere. And when
T nctl.fifl fnffini. it afin'.l CAnn If alia
said she'd given It back to Theresa, ' back of these hotels. Guests may corporation both tangible nnd Intan
und that I mustn't nsk for It ngnln. i BtP at nny ono ' them with the as- giblo listed and taxed in this state,
That I wasn't old enough yet to read
Thero it is again I I'm not old
enough. When will I bo allowed to
take my proper place in life? Echo
Well, to resume and go on.
What was I talking about? Oh, I
know the prospective suitors. (Aunt
Ilattle can't hear me when I Just write
It, anyway.) Well, they all come Just
as they used to, only there aro moro
of them now two fat men, one slim
que, nnd a' man with a halo of hair
round a bald spot. Oh, I don't mean
that any of them are really suitors
yet. They Just come to call and to
tea, and send her flowers nnd candy.
And Mother Isn't n mite nicer to ono
thnn she Is to any of tho others. Any
body can seo that. And she Bhows
very plainly she's no notion of pick
ing anybody out yet. But of courso
I enn't help being interested and
It won't bo Mr. Harlow, anyway.
I'm pretty sure of that, even if he hns
started In to get his divorce. (And
lie hns. I heard Aunt Hnttle tell
Mother so last week.) But Mother
doesn't like him. I'm sure sho doesn't.
He makes her nwfully nervous. Oh,
sho laughs and talks with him seems
as If sho laughs even moro with him
tliun she docs with nnybody else. But
she's always looking nround for some
body elso to talk to; and I've seen her
get up and move oft Just as he wns
coming across the room toward her,
and I'm Just sure sho saw him. There's
another renson, too, why I think Moth
er Isn't going to choose him for her
lover. I heard something she said to
him one day.
She was sitting before tho lire In the
library, and he came In. There were
other people there, quite a lot of
them; but Mother wns all alone by
the fireplace, her eyes looking fixed
and dreamy Into the fire. I was In
tho window-seat around tho corner of
the chimney reading; nnd I could see
Mother in tho mirror Just ns plain as
could be. Sho could have seen me,
too. of course, if she'd looked up. But
1 never even thought of bearing
anything I hadn't ought, nnd I was
Just going to get down and speak to
aioiucr myseu. wuun air. rmriuw
r 1 ,. . . . . 1 1 I
crossed the room and sat down on tho
sofa beside her.
"Dreaming. Madge?" he said, low
and soft, Ills soulful eyes Just devour-
lng her lovely face. (I read that, too,
In a hook last week. I Just loved It 1)
Mother- started and misned up.
"Oh, Mr. Harlow 1" sue cried.
V. .i tt u7nL
"That's another thing Ho a ways
calls hor "Mndcc." vou know.) "How
r..il.. ..1 nn11 1,1... Mr"
I ---- w
do you do?" Then sho gave her quick
little look around to see if thero wasn't
somebody elso near for her to talk to.
But there wasn't.
But you do dream of the old days,
sometimes, Madge, don't you?" he be-
gnn again, soft nnd low, leaning a lit
"Of when I wns a child and played
dolls before this very fireplace? Well,
yes, perhaps I do," laughed Motlier.
And I could see sho drew away n lit
tle. "Thero was one dell with a brok
en head that "
"I was speaking of broken hearts,"
interrupted Mr. Harlow, very mean
"Broucn hearts i wonscnsei as u
there were such things In the world 1"
cried Mother, with a llttlo toss to hor
head, looklntr aronnd ncnln with .
ot the room talking, nnd paying no at
tention to Mother nnd Mr. Harlow,
only the violinist. Ho looked and
looked, und ncted nervous with his
watch-chain. But be didn't come over.
I felt, some way, that I ought to go
uwuy and not hoar any more; but
I couldn't without showing thum thnt
I had been there. So I thought It wns
better to stay Just where I was. They
could see me, nnywny, If they'd Just
look in the mirror. So I didn't feel
thnt I wns sneaking. And I stayed.
Then Mr. nnrlow spoke ngnln. nis
eyes urow even more soulful und do-
vourlng. I could see-them In tho nilr-
TO BE CONTINUED.
A good Watch for the Boy's Grad
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from ono school district to another
for school purposes should mako
application to this offlco boforo tho
.,, ot Pnronnn hn linvn
b - IranTorred but do not ,. th.
transfer prlvllogo any moro ahoula
notify this offlco to that effect.
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When in Omaha
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UNION STATE BANK
DR. J. R. McKIRAHAN
Practice Limited to Diseasse of
Women and Surgory
Over Rexall Drug Store
Phones: Offico 127 Rosidenco 656
DR..W. I. SHAFFER
Over tho Oasis
J. S. TWINEM. H. D.
Homcpathlc Physician &
General Practice and
Plntto Yalloy Hospital
Former Name Twlnom Hospital
NORTH PLATTE NEBR.
REGISTRATION NOTICE TO
i no law rouiura uiul uu vuiuia in
cities ot 7,000 or moro register at tho
office ot tho City Clerk. At the last
,tv w, nn rfif Wn Hvnn
to register at tho polling places and
most of thoso voting registered. There '
was- howover, less than halt of the lo- ,
sal voters of tho city who voted at
tho city election, all ot whom will
want to vote at tho primaries in July,
in order to accomodate them tho city
will no prepared to register votors
during all of tho month of May at tho
Ulul-a ol l" wv er- it oiuy ru
. . -
quires iwo or uirco minuics ana we
ask all votors to register who did
not at tho last election.
Thomas V. Hoalov and A. W. Shllline.
Commlsslonors of Roclstratlon
uimmissionora or uogistration.
O. E. Elder, City Clork.
J. C. I Tollman, Attornoy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estnto No. 1879 of Bridget Jones, de
ceased, in tho County Court ot Lin
coln County, Nebraska,
Tho Stato ot Nebraska, ss.: Credit
ors of said estnto will tako notice
that tho timo limited for presentation
nnd flllncr of claims ntrninst said I2p-
tato is Aucust 23. 1922. nnd for set
moment of said Estnto is April ISth,
1923; that I will Bit at tho County
Court room In Bald County on May 2.,
Dated April 18th, 1922.
WM. It. C WOODIIURST,
(Seal) County Judge.
John Grant, Attornoy.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
Estnto No. 1825, of Goorgo Lannln, de
ceased, in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska,
Tho Stato ot Nebraska, to all por
sons interested in Bald Estate tako no
tice that tho Administratrix has filed
a final nccount nnd report of her ad
ministration and a petition for final
aottlomont nnd discharge as such, Ad
mlnlBtrntrix which havo ueon sot ior
hearing boforo nald court on May 30th,
192, at 10 o'clock A. M., wnon you
may npwir und ooutost tho same.
Datod May Cth. 1922. -
T. S. BLANKENBURG,
(Soal) Acting County Judge.
RARE DAItGAIN IN PIANO
Wo havo n hlgh-grado plnno in our
pososslon at North Platto. For quick
disposal wo will greatly sacrlflco the
price. Torms If responsible. Write at
onco If Interested to tho Denver Music
Co., Denver Colo.
OFFICE OF MUTUAL BUILDING &
of Said Association:
At a mooting of tho stato taxing
authorities hold In Lincoln April 2G,
It was doeddod, that in arriving at the
valuation to bo placed on shares df
Btock In domestic Building & Loan
Associations for tho purpose of taxa
tion, tho same rulo of arriving at tho
taxablo valuation of such shares, with
tho same doductlons, as Is applied to
tho shares of stock of all other domes
Tho law provides: "Tho valuo of
tho shares of stock of corporations or
ganized undor tho laws of Oils state
shall bo determined for tho purposo
of tills section by deducting from tho
actual value of tho paid up capital
took surplus and undivided profits,
tho actual valuo of tho ptoporty of the
and tne actuai valuo of the property
of the corporation outside of tho
Following up this ruling and apply
lug tho samo to the tnxablo valuo of
tho shares of this Association, it has
been decided that only throe per cent
of tho actual valuo of said shares
sha11 bo roturnod for taxation; that
is, for each ono hundred dollars of
actual valuo of such share three dol-
, lars shall bo returned as intangible
and only one-fourth of that amount
shall be assessed against the share-
tual valuo of their shares by applying
to tho secretary.
! T. C. PATTERSON, President
NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF
PAVING DISTRICT NO. 14 IN
THE CITY OF NORTH
To tho owners of tho record tltlo of
all property adjacent to or abutting
upon the streets hereinafter des
cribed and all persons Interested
You and each of you are hereby no
tified that tho Mayor and City Coun
cil of tho City of North Platto did
under date of May 2, 1922, pass and
approve a certain ordinance forming
and creating paving district No. 14 of
tho city of North Platte, Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska. And that tho following
streotss Including tho Intersection
thereof within tho limits of the city
aro composed within said paving dis
trict to wit
Commoncing on tho south side of
Third street thonco embracing all ot
Locust Street and South Locust Street
between said place of commencement
and tho southern boundary of said
City or near tho north lino of the
right of way of tho Suburban Irriga
tion District Canal, Including street
Intersections and spaces opposite al
Unless objections aro filed as re
quired by statute within twenty days
from to hfirst publication of this no-
tico, tho Mayor and City Council shall
proceed to construct such paving,
Dated tills 8th day of May, 1922
(Seal) E. H. EVANS, Mayor.
Attest: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk
Wm. B. Shuman, Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in tho County Court of Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska. In the Matter of tho
Estate of Frederick Werneke, De
Notice Is horebv irlven to anv and
nu per3ons having claims and de-
mands against tho cstato of tho said'
Frederick Werneko, deceased, that
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L11U ijlHL UUV Ifl JVUUUHL. iJAtj HUD UL'L'll I
. ,.,, n thn (1nv foP tho
reception, examination, adjustment
' and allowanco of lawful claims and
' demands of all persons, against Bald
stato and mat tne uouniy uouri oi
Llncoln county, Nebraska, will at
said time recolvo, examine, adjust
and allow all such claims against
said estate, as provided by law, at the
County Court Room in tho Court
Houso in. tho City of North" Platto,
'Lincoln County, Nobraska, and all
porsons so interested in said estate,
will appear at said timo and place
and duly present thoir said claims
and domands In tho manner required
by law, or Bhow cause for not bo do
ing, and in caso any of said claims
or domands shall not bo presented on
or prior to tho said Slat day of Au
gust 1922, tho samo shall bo forever
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I havo
signed this notlco and nfftxe I tho
soal of said Court this 24th day of
. T. S. BLANKENBURG,
(Soal) Acting County Judge.
J. C. Hollman, Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estnto No. 1880 of Sarah A. Morton,
deceased, In tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss.; Credit
ors ot said estato will tako notice thnt
tho timo limited for prcsontntlon and
filing of clnims ngainst said Estato I?
August 23rd, 1922, and for settlement
of Bald Estato Is April 18th, 1923;
that I will Bit at tho County Court
In said County On May 23, 1922, at 10
o'clock A. M., and on August 23, 1922
at 10 o'clock A. M., to recolvo, ex
amine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
Dated April 18th, 1922.
WM. II. C. WQODHURST,
(Seal) County Judge
L. & S. Groceteria.
Physician, Obstetrician, Surgeon
CuUb promptly answered Night or Day
Phones. Offlco 642 Residence 676
DR. HAROLD FENNER
Office Phono 332 Res. Phono 1020
DR. M. B. STATES
Rooma 5. G, 7 Building & Loan Bldg.
Offlco Phono 70 Res. Phono 1242
Offlco Phone 241 Res. Phone 217
L. C. DROST
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL
Teacher of Yoke Culture
Art of Singing
Ros. Studio 108 "W. Third Phono 114J
OTIS R. PLATT, M. D.
Physician und Surgeon
DIagnoss and Treamenl
Over Union State Bank
Offico Phone 296W Houso Phono 296R
GEO. B. DENT
Physician nnd Surgeon
Spocial Attention Given to Surgery
Offico: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Offico 130 Residence 115
DR. L. A. SNAYELY
X-Ray Diagnosis Oxygen and
Gas Anesthesia for Extractions.
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DERRYBERRY & FORBES
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phone 41 Night Phono Black 5i8
Eyes examined, Glasses fitted. Sat
isfaction, sure. Clinton & Son
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Ex-Government Veterinarian and ex
assistant deputy Stato Veterinarian.
Hospital 315 South Vino Street
Phones. Hospital 633 Residence 633
For dates and terms call at
First National Bank
North Platto, Nob.
or RepalrB anything made of
Tin or Sheet Metal. '
Locust Undor Genoral Hospital
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Offlco Phono 83 Residence 38
Choice lot of young Red Poll bulls
at farmers prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dewey Street
Is your wifo lonesome while you are
away? Send her The Tribune.
Halllgan, Bcatty, & Halllgan, Attys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estato No. 1884 ot Louis Rayome, de
ceased in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato ot Nobraska, as: Credit
ors of said estato will tako notlco that
tho timo limited for presentation and
filing ot claims against said estato
is Sept 13, 1922, and for settlement
of Bald Estato Is- May 9, 1923; that
I will Bit at tho county court room
in said County on Juno 13th, 1922,
at 10 o'clock a. m. and on Sept. 13,
1922 at 10 o'clock a. in., to rocolve,
oxamino, hoar, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
Datod May 9, 1922.
T. 3. Blankonburg,
Acting County Judge
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