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was to me inexplicable then AND,i Tomorrow Hamlin Garland will re
REMAINS A MYSTERY-'-TO THIS late a second in his series of his own
DAY. ' ' - experiences "not of'this earthl"
One of the most wonderful dogs In
the whole wide world is owned by
Arthur Morrissette of Skowhegan,
Maine. He smokes'! Fact.- No make
believe of merely holding-the pipe in
his mouth, but real, downright, gen
uine leisurely puffing of a lighted pipe
and with apparently the peculiar joy
which only a veteran useriof tobacco
"Buster" is the name of this re
markable canine, which is a young
and vigorous French bull.
It was b$ accident that "Buster"
. learned to smokel ' One day his mas
ter was enjoying a- comfortable
smoke, and when "Btister"happened
to come' algng for a 'patMtoccurred
to his master to playfully tuck the
stemvof the pipe between "Buster's"
teeth. , .i
To his surprise, "Buster" seemed
to love the taste! Now, he will take
the pipe off the table, bring it to his
' master to have it filled and lighted'
and "then if "you believe' it he will
calmly sitown beside his master
and puff away with, an expression of
contentment that convulses those
who are looking on.
When the smoking is done "Bus
ter" will carefully-lay the pipe .away
for another, time. .
The photo shows I'Buster" out do
ing a little publicityfor his master's
store and meanwhile enjoying his
SPICED PEACHES .
Seven pounds of whole peeled
peaches, four pounds of sugar, one
pint of vinegar, whole cloves, allspice
and stick' cinnamon, one ounce each.
Boil vinegar,, sugar, tie spice In cloth
bag and drop into sugar and vinegar.
Boil five minutes, skim', drop, enough
peaches into boiling syrup to fill one
or two cans, boil until they can-he
easily pierced with fork. Boil syrup
until quite thick and turn boiling hot
over peaches. Seal while hot. "-1