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to dance and sing-and know-all the
time, down deep in your heart,, that
physically you have grown too old for
the things your young heart wants
fori its own.
Time, place your blighting hand on
my heart as well as my body.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
HEIRESS TO THOUSANDS LIVES
ON $10 A WEEK
lrs. Julia Mayers.
Los Angeles, Cal. Heiress to $25,
000, but compelled to live on $10 a
week because her father's estate, of
$112,000 cannot be divided -until aft
yer the death of her step-mother, is
the situation confronting pretty Mrs.
Julia Troconiz Mayers.
Mrs.- Mayers reared' in the lap of
luxury, is the "baby" daughter of the
late Julian Troconiz, pioneer of this
city. She recently separated from her
husband and is now relying on the
money she earns for support.
"Before my father died I had $20 a
week for pin money,' she says, "in
addition to all my expenses. Now I
live on the $10 a week I earn."
She cannot contest her father's
will, for a codicil provides that any
members of the family who makes
such an attack forfeits all claim to
"My sisters," says Mrs. Mayers,
"can afford to wait for their share.
They are supported by husbands. But
for me, used to all the spending
money I wanted, it is going to be
"I can't even afford to contest the
SAUSAGE AND SWEET POTATO
Wash six good-sized sweet potatoes.
Put on to boil. When cooked so you
can pierce with fork remove, peel and
slice into shallow tin in layers. Salt
and slightly pepper each layer. Also
dot with little bits of butter. Put lay
er of either link or sausage cakes on
top. Put in oven and bake hard for
fifteen minutes. Serve in same dish.
A good housekeeper will save all
fat from sausage to be used for fry
ing purposes, carrots or parsnips. The
spice and flavoring gives these vege
tables an added flavor.
If. sausage, when frying, has little
fat, you may be ,sure they contain
be.ef, and yoi' should not pay the
same price as tor those made only of
ONLY ONCE .
Bill So that old chap hasn't been
out of this town but once since he
Hank Yes, when he was 10 he ran
away to sea and didn't -come back
till he was 60!