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KEEP SPICES

TURPENTINE

FOR BEES' STINGS.

TO REMOVE VARNISH,

IN JAM-MAKING,

NETTLE BEER.

TO POLISH MARBLE.

DOMESTIC RECIPES.

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NORMA NORTON'S Y0Y7: OB. AN…

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r ALL RIGHTS P.ESKKVrO.] NORMA NORTON'S Y0Y7: OB. AN OVERSHADOWED LIFE. BY THOMAS B. FORD. AVMOB. OF A DEADLY BLOW," ETC., ETC. ETC. IPBut it is impossible he should know anything of your being here," urged Lena. He no doubt believes you were drowned, and will never trouble him again, for the se cret was profoundly gaaided you know." Oh, I do not fear him here, for I am satisfied that I am perfec tly safe in this wild retreat. Still, the slightest disagreeable circumstance is always certain to suggest him to my mind, and make me shudder. He has thrown a shadow over my path- way that follows me unceasingly, and I feai will-" She broke off abruptly, for Lena suddenly grasped her arm in a frightened manner. I was certain I heard something-Hush there it is again I" cried Lena, thoroughly alarmed. Come, let us go back to the house." I did hear something then," responded Norma as the two girls turned to retrace their steps, but I expect it was only a bird or a hare rustling the leaves. I don't believe—" But she could not finish the sentence. Suddenly two men sprang out from the clump of bushes, and throw ing a blanket over her head, bore her speedily away. It was all done so quickly that for an instant Lena was perfectly dumfounded. But as Norma disappeared in the bushes, borne -away by the two men, her companion lifted up her voice, and screamed wildly: g§. Help, help Van Cliff! Father I Come here quickly, for heaven's sake

CHAPTER XLII.

CHAPTER XLIII,\^.^

TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AT BARRY.

NEW PARK FOR PENARTH.

COOLING, REFRESHING, INVIGORATING.…

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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