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THE CITIZEN, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913.
By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright, 1011, by Thorasi
Gtuart, southern lawyer In Now York, la
lovo with Nan Primrose. Ills friend,
ended years before Stuart visits th
Nan wants Stuart to accept a place with
Blvcns Is In love with Nan. Btuart re-
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'Woodman w"ln"nof yield and sues Blvens'
Btuart pleads with Nan to glvo up Dlv-
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Nan becomes Mrs. Blvens. Harriet
uie years Da.cs. uiuarr. Becomes aisiricx
Btuart wants Woodman to end his suit
Stuart's revelations did In bringing on a
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uuuiiiun iiufua uiuuuy uuuiy.
In tho stock market slump engineered
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iront 01 iJivena duqk.
tffie mob attacks Stuart and injures him
llfrhtlv. Nan eeea it and reveals her
Stuart la tempted to Join Blvens as his
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dived by Nan.
At a meeting of the discontented, at
Smart's ptea with litvvns for Woodman
tho milllonainrB plans, woodman
leads guilty and Stuart, who has re-
Sentence Is suspended. Blvcns is ill.
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ireinio, oiuiougn aiuart xears wairs
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Tho Devil Smiles,
TTJAItT returned with renewed
energy and enthusiasm to the
practice of law. The wide fame
ho bad achieved as district at-
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10 cases which Involved principles
una uguung lur. uia spare umo no
ive In a loving effort to restore the
jctor to his old cheerful frame of
InfV TTi hnd riihimrvl ntwnR1 mnnor
bijuo ox wa urorosi ana mauo nia oui
lend a loan sufficient for his needs,
king his personal note for security.
Ho had no difficulty in learning tho
t-tt i . t .
uropo ror ncaitn. xno a any cawea
ports to New York always gave his
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o truth. TTo rrwlvorl two nr thrpn
tters a week from Nan. She had told
m in full detail the little man's suf
ring, and at last of his bomeslck
:ss, fast dcveloplrLg into a mania,
no was not surprised at tho end of
reo months to hear her familiar voice
er his telephone.
Yes, we've returned, Jim Balled ln-
gnlto to escape tho reporters. Ho Is
ry feeble. Wo haven't been in tho
u a dozen times. Can you como up
n insr. n Konm or finnirnr in tno
irmth and tenderness of Nan's groet-
rnjiniii1,! luiiistiii. iiir iu.4 iirw
lto of her character In supposing that
o would allow herself or permit him
cross tho lino of danger. Her eolici-
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thetlc, and moved him deeply. Ho
is surprised to find him so strong,
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mo for tho post two years, but I
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to put bo mo of tho load on your
get well To tho devil with tho doc-
w II J A M M Aft.
i rn i m h i iikj. iu uii imi m vui
ants, liars and fools who bang
1). But they got on my ncrvea now.
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r i 'wt pnr Til n"Nr mui iiuiv. mui
ally ono old duffer over In Franco
an laea into my ncaa war. orougni
back homo to noo vou. no told mo
get on a small boat with a single
, n AnniiAnlnl tMnnil nnMiw
m land,, .cut every telephone and
telegraph line, get no mail, and shoot
ducks all winter, and he'd guarantee
I'd bo a now man next spring. I've
sent for you to accept tho Invitation
you gave mo to shoot ducks with you
down In Virginia."
"What invitation?" Stuart asked in
"Why.Hhe ono you used to reproach
mo for not accepting. Will you go
with mo now?"
Stuart shook his head.
"I can't go," bo said slowly.
Blvens hadn't said Nan must go on
that trip, but In a flash of warning In
tuition ho know it Tho danger of
such a situation on a yacht would bo
real and only a fool would rush into it
"Can't go? Why?" tho financier
asked in tones of genuine distress.
"I've Important legal business.
There's no use in my going. I can tell
you exactly where to go, tho guldcsito
get and the kind of boats you'll need.
You'll got nlong better without me."
"I won't go without you," tho finan
cier said peevishly. "You know tho
place, you know all about tho birds,
you can traeb mo tho Ins and outs of
the business unci I can trust you. I
know that you won't try to worm out
of me any information my cncmlca
would like to know. I appeal to tho
boy I used to know at college, tho fel
low who fought for mo ono day."
Stuart hesitated and looked at Nan,
who had .stood motionless while Blv
"Well, If that's tho way you put it
I'll take a vacation and go with you
for a month."
Blvens seized his hand and pressed
"Best medicine Ivo had in weeks."
Nan walked slowly across tho room,
looked into his eyes and satU, with
"Thank you. Jim."
In Ave days tho party had completed
all preparations and Blvens big
steamer, tho Buccaneer, slipped quiet
ly through tho Narrows and headed
for the Virginia coast towing a trim
little schooner built for cruising in the
nhoal waters of tho south.
They had scarcely put to sea when
Stuart began to curso himself for
being led into such a situation.
Bivcns had insisted with amateurish
enthusiasm that they begin tho cruise
on tho llttlo schooner with her limit
ed crow and closo quarters ot onco,
and use tho Buccaneer as her tender.
Tho moment they struck tho swell
outsldo Sandy nook tho financier
went to bed and the doctor never loft
his Hide until tho trip ended.
Nan was In magnificent spirits, her
cheeks flushed and her eyes sparkled
with tho Joy of a child. Stuart
watched her with growing wonder at
her eternal youth.
Tho night was ono of extraordinary
springllko air though it was tho 15th
of December. A gcntlo breezo was
blowing from tho south and tho full
moon flooded tho smooth sea with soft
silvery radiance. Nan Insisted that
Stuart sit on deck with her. There
was no help for It. Blvens would
allow no one except tho doctor In his
room, and so Stuart resigned himself
to tho beauty of tho glorious scene.
"Jim!" she said, softly, "i" don't
like your attitude, and I think we'd
"Beet medicine I've had In weeks."
better fight tt out hero and now in
tho beginning of this trip. If s useless
to deny it You hesitated to como on
deck with mo In tho moonlight this
evening. Your assumption of such
chilling vtrtuo is Insulting. I wish an
apology and a promise never to do so
"Ilavo I really mado you feel this?"
ho asked contritely.
"You havo and feel it keenly. Let's
como to an understanding. You and I
both llvo In glass houses Bet on a very
high hilL No matter what may bo tho
secrets of my heart I'm not a fool,
and you can trust my good sense."
Stuart pressed her hand and said
Tin awfully sorry if I'vo mado such
an ass of myself that you havo receiv
ed this impression."
"Then I forgive your she cried, with
a laugh, releasing her hand and rising,
"but on ono coadltloa."
"That from this hour you bo your
old self without restraint and let mo
"I promteo faithfully;"
Then yoo can help mo down that
steep companlonway and Til go to
bed. Good night"
But bp didn't spend a good night
Tho Jongor hQ thopght. ot It tho moro
sinister aha" tfangOrous ne rolt his po
sition. At last ho squarely faced tho
fact that his desire for Nan had in
creased a hundredfold by the fact that
ho had lost her.
As ho sat in tho darkness in his
stateroom ho could hear every sound
in tho adjoining ono which sho occu
pied as plainly as if tho thin panel
ling of wood were not between them.
Ho was a fool to bo caught in such
a trap. Ills lovo had been too big nnd
serious n tragedy to end In a vulgar In
trigue, lie mado up his mind to cut
his trip short on some pretext, and In
tho meantime ho would dovoto himself
faithfully to an attempt to start Blvcns
on tho road to recovery.
At 8 o'clock tho next morning tho
black noso of tho Buccaneer slowly
felt her way Into Hog Island Inlet on
tho shores of old Virginia, and drop
ped her nnchor In tho deep waters of
tho, channel back of tho sand spit.
As Stuart stepped on deck a cloud
of black ducks circled gracefully over
head and slowly spread out on their J
feeding grounds. His heart gavo a
throb of prlmltlvo Joy. Ho was a boy
ngaln and tho world was young.
"Confound them'" ho cried. "I'll
show these ducks a trick or two be
fore this trip is over."
Ho was glad ho came. Blvens had
put him In command of the little
schooner, and ho gavo orders at onco
to lower a tender and tow her to an
old anchorage ho know in a little cove
behind Gull marsh. And then his
trouble began with Blvens.
"Lot 'era fly If they want to; I'm not
going to budge. Go yourself, Jim."
"Go myself! What do you suppose
I gavo up my work and came down
hero n month for? I came to try to
teach you how to live, yon fool, and
I'm not going without you. Get into
your togs! Tho guides nro hero and
ready. The tide waits for no man,
not even a millionaire; it's ebbing
"Well, let it ebb. I don't want to
stop it!" tho sick man snarled.
Nan came in, pressed Stuart's hand
Fts she passed, nodded good morning
and joined hen voice to Stuart's.
"Come; you must go, Cat It's a
Tho doctor slipped in a word too.
"By all means, Mr. Blvens, get your
hand in the first day."
Blvens lifted himself to a half sit
ting posture, glared at his physician
and yelled with fury:
"Get out oil of you and lot me
Tho doctor and Nan left on tip too,
but Stuart folded his arms and looked
"Oh, como now, tills Is too ridicu
lous, a quarrel the flrsty day of our
shooting. But you'll havo to get one
thing fixed in your head onco for all;
you don't run the entire world. The
telephone telegraph and mail service
havo been suspended. ' The Buccaneer
has put to sea for Now York. You're
pn a llttlo eighty-foot schooner,
anchored in a bay ten miles wldo and
a hundred miles long and I'm In com
mand. I wont stand any nonsense
from you. Como down off your
Blvens started to swear, caught tho
expression of Stuarfs face and sud
denly extended his hand.
"I'm sorry, Jim; you must not mind
my foolishness. It was nwfully nlco of
you to come. I'll stay in today, but
you go and got some ducks for din
ner, llko a good boy, and say take
Nan along and teach her to shoot
It's getting to bo tho rago among tho
high flyers for tho women to shoot"
"Pleaso do, Jim I" Nan cried from
tho door. Sho had listened outsldo to
tho duel In tho 'stateroom.
"AH right" ho answered.
For fl.vo days Blvens stuck to his
bed with dogged determination, and
each day Stuart went out with Nan.
Never had sho been moro rcslstlessly
charming. Each day their associa
tion grow in tender intimacy and
every fear that had stirred his heart
at first was lulled at last to sleep.
On tho sixth day Blvcns roso early
and declared that ho would try tho
ducks. Tho barometer was falling, and
dark, snowy looking clouds wero piling
up on tho western horizon. A breezo
camo stealing out of tho cloud banks
with tho chill of snow in its breath.
Blvens insisted on going out at once,
against tho advlco and tho protest of
tho guide. Ho not only insisted on go
ing after tho ducks, but what was
worse, swore that ho was going to get
his mail and telegrams from the shore.
Stuart protested vigorously.
"I'vo told you that tho guido is tho
only man who can run that tender over
tho crooked courso to tho mainland,
and if ho goes away woll havo no ono
to take us out"
"What do you need a guldo for? It's
not a half mllo"to thoso blinds. I'vo
seen you overy day go back and forth
in plain view of tho yacht Nan could
row out thero nnd back by herself.
Send him ashore. Don't yon know how
to put out your own decoys?"
"If a strong blow comes wo'll need
two strong men to lmndl'o tho boat"
"not!" Blvens cried. "Wo'vo got two
tenders. Send your guido ashoro with
ono of the sailors to run his engine.
The other man can tow us out and
(Continued in Friday's Issue.)
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