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"Miss TXuth" writes that she
has been keeping' company with a
young man who says he loyes her
and ..who does, not go with any
other girls. ' She says she does
npt love him in the way that she
should and wants to know what
to do. Be honest with him and
' do notleadJiim into thinking that
you dp care- for him in any other
way than as a good frleribV
"What is the meaning of the
" name Kenneth. Kenneth mean's
"W. B. W." asks: What .do
you think of a boy whp is asham
ed to come home to see his moth
er because sh'e is poor, He fia's
more cause to be ashamed of him-"
selthan of his mother. ""
"Miss Winnifred" asks: Is
there any way o clean anameled
pans that have been badly burn
ed? Rub them with pumice Stoned ,
and the,black will disappear.
, THE DRUfrK! i , i
She rYoii ought not to "drink"
so much .liquor, when ,yau are
thirsty. Why don't you- drink
water? -. ' i..
He Water?" .Water? Never '
heard of it. - .
SheWhy you know what wa- '
teris? It" . " ;
Her-Oh, yes, know. " THey
Use is to put under bridges, don't 4
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