The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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SOAP, TNT, and Big Ben, 8 f«t . . 25c
PEACHES, PEARS, PRUNESTsaiiM , 33c
COFFEE, Bright and Early, lb.. . 17c
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a 1 19305 Per Cent
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Other races____ 68,626 416 Druggist.
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,*U* ANCY!" exclaimed young Mr*.
" peterby to her husband. “I have
heard the strangest thing, Dick—but
perhaps you’d rather not hear it.*'
"Guess I can stand It," and Mr.
Peterby smiled at their guest, an old
college friend of Millie Peterby*.
Grace (thame. "Can’t scare us. eh. MIbs
“Well, you know that old camp up
on the slde of’tb, mountainr began
lira Peterby. “Well, a n\an Is living
there—and people say that he if a
hermit, but Mra Wellmlnder told me
yesterday, in confidence, that he Is not
living there, writing a book. He live*
that way so aa to be by himself.
“I met him yesterday," Mrs. Peter-
by continued, “and although he did
not see me—I *m sure that he did not
—I recognised him at once as some
one I used to know In Kerryvllle.
“That’* * very pretty *tory, my
dear, but dotf*t’ date tfj tb get a*
qu&lnted wUh this • beautiful* youth/
“Want to, go nuttlqg todays Grace t”
■asked Mra‘Peterby. , . m :
I -Yes—It will be heaps of foo—*
haven't been for years."
“We will have to clltab the hill first
—It is op the land of the; old;,Porter
estate—rather wild up there."
“We might take Don along—he l* a
big dog and such a protection."
It was after eleven o’clock when
the two girls started out with the big
dog. They had had an early lunch
and were carefree. Mrs. Peterby’s lit-
tle car carried them part way up the
side of the mountain, and; they left 14
at a small cottage,
The two girls kept on the upward
Inclining road for another mile, and
they stopped breathlessly and sat
down to rest outside the gate of the
old Porter residence. Don ran hither
and thither, stirring up a rabbit or
frightening the birds, but after awhile
They wandered along the mountain
road, picking up nuts from under the
| broad chestnut trees, and from under
i a black walnut tree thatf grew near
the Porter place. In the distance
they heard Don’s glad bark.
‘ “Is he calling forlis to come alongf*
asked Grace Chame.
“1 am not sure," admitted Mrs.
Peterby, “that sounds Just like his
family bark, doesn’t It? He Is yonr
dog, Grace, you ought to know his
speech I" „
Grace listened Intently. “Why," she
spoke In surprise, “It sounds Just as
though he had met some one that he
"Perhaps he is acquainted with the
hermit.” said Mrs. Peterby carelessly,
••What Is his name?" asked Grace.
Mrs. Peterby was silent, then she
admitted with a foolish smile. “To tell
the truth, 1 haven’t the least Idea!’’
They could not hear Don barking
now, and in the mountain stillness,
there was only the music of the wind
In the trees, and the song of a he
lated bird. Thai* baskets were fl’led
with nuts, so they resolved-to follow
the dog, and learn his whereabouts.
They had not gone very far when
Miss’Chame spoke rapidly. “Walt here,
Mollie. behind these bushes—look
straight ahead—Isn’t that darling?
They could see a spreading knoll
where there were scattered birches
and oaks—there was a flame of col-
or from every tree—but It was not
the scenery that mattered' much, ex.
ceptlng that huge log on which lay
Don, the great dog. hi* happy eyes
lifted toward the artist who painted
“Good dog!” said the Mg man be-
hind the easel. “Just five minutes
longer, Don, old man, and then you
may lead me to the loveliest lady In
' the whole world."
Don harked ecstatically.
“An artist?” whispered Mrs. Peter-
by to Grace Chame. “Why—why—he
might he the young man whom you
quarreled with, Grace!”
“It Is!" exclaimed Grace.
“Are you no longer tn love with
Grace was so silent that her hoste**
guessed the answer. Just at that
moment the painter spoke to Don.
“Now Don, we will go and find our
sweetheart!" and Just then Mrs. Pe-
terby stepped forward and Grace
Chame slowly followed.
"Ah, Don!" called Mrs. Peterby,
* a* the dog came bounding. She nod-
ded at the handsome young man who
hurried forward to explain. “Just tell
Miss Chame all about It—Don and I
must hurry on Ahead!" and so she
fled with happy Don to lead the way.
Grace Chame’a eyes glowed with
a soft fire as the artist stopped be-
side her. "I did not know yon were
here until Don came hounding opo*
me." he explained. “I have been mak-
ing a good sketch of him. This I* ■
ble. Other* mention the
loss of many pleasant,
impromptu aocial “get-
together*” when their
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but that somfe person who friends are unable to reach them
gave t:p his telephone service by telephone,
in reant months orders it re- jt js ajj truc t ,, what these
*tore4- la many cases, people cust0nier friends of ours say.
feel that it is false economy to Telephone service coats so little
be without a telephone... that value is so great that in i
the sjrtall c^st ofthc.?cvvic^i« most instances it teally doesn’t I
repaid many times each month pay to try to do without it.
in convenience, in time and y ^ mif$i ttle.
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Some miss the dose and per- with our business office. Wc’l^,,
sonal contact with friends that send a man out with A tele*
telephone service makes possi* jjhone in % hurry.
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his ardent eyes,
Peterby? Do you know
' wonderful counfry>
“I, am spending a month t
0$ 'classmate,’’ murmured
blusfiing beneath *■'**"
“Yes, Indeed—It was through Dick
that I heard about this mountain. I
hope you will let me come and aee
What Grace told him made him
the happiest man In the world at that
particular moment, and all reports say
that he ta the happiest man lx the
world now, long after th«| *r* mar-
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1933, newspaper, April 20, 1933; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577309/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.