that very day, with Dorothy's
ki?ses still warm on his lips, he
Signed a contract with a, patent
medicine house tojjo on the road.
As he scrawled his name on the
bpttom, he said sadly:
"I had hoped to put my name
to different things than this."
"Can you paint other pictures,
keeping to these twa characters?"
' "To be sure; I have no other
"I'll give you a hundred for it
and any others like it. It will
make a dandy advertisement for
pur Dipper Rheumatism Tea."
Kerle accepted, for he wanted
i;o be married at the same tim6
Gerty and Squires were, but he
has never given up his notion that
he is producing masterpieces that
some day the world will recog
nize. At any rate Dorothy is
worth all kinds of sacrifices, at
lease Rerle thinks so.
Take one pound of cold boiled
fish, break it into flakes, mix one
teaspoonful of chopped parsley,
one teacupful of breadcrumbs,
salt and pepper. Make half a pint
bf good white sauce and pour it
over the fish, etc. Mix well, and
when cold form it into small
cakes and fry them in boiling fat.
These cakes are nicer dipped in
freaten egg and breadcrumbs, "but
they are more economical without.
"Your husband lias nearly
"Dear, dear! These men al
ways do things Ty halves 1"
THE GIRLS ENJOYED IT
f ' i
f that sfis&k
George Didn't you notice
that I pressed your -foot at the
dinner tonight? ( '
Mazie Why, it wasn't my foot
you pressed ! Oh, George, I won
dered Why mamma was smiling
so sweetly at the minister?
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