"" " ljy V "'"' 2 ?" V" "'''" ',T x."r"nr
young Turner bounded like a deer
far first base, lhe bcrabbletown
catcher, m his excitement, fell all
over-the ball, and a Mascot rush
ed in, safe over his prostrate body.
The catcher finally secured the
ball and threw wildly to second,
where the speedy Turner was
now "bounding. He threw fast
'and low and the ball went on to
center field. Another Mudvillian
rushed in and Turner came o 1.
Banker Hardy in center field le
covered the ball and threw home
high, into the grand stand.
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The third fudvillian, and then
Pitcher Turner, scored ?nd
M'ddville had won.
A mighty shout went up from
Mudville; the demolished Scrab
bletownites sullenly prepared tb
depart, Banker Hardy in the van.
But the happy colonel led his fair
daughter to the breathless
"She's yours," he announced.
Turner waited two minutes to
recover his breath. "It was a run
for a home, all "right," he ac
IN THE KIND WE 5ELU
IT'S DABKER,OF COUB5E7BECAUSE
IT HAS NOT BEEN BLEACHED
DID YOU KNOW THAT ALJNEW
ORLEANS" WOLLA55ES S DOPED?
The right kind of molasses is good food the rich dark kind
mother used fo put into the gingerbread. But some modern folks
have got finicky they like the light-colored molasses best. Chances
are they don't know it has been bleached with a poison.
But the manufacturer knows it, and the grocer ought to. ALL'
"New Orleans" molasses on the market today has been doped.
Think about that when you give Johnny the next slice of bread and
molasses and when you bite into the next hunk of gingerbread.
Six out of every 100,000 per- in 1910. Besides, railroads mur
sons in the U. S. were murdered dered 7,877 others.
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