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Dad throws ma. over. I'm strong and '
well and there is always work in the
white wings gang.
"Whatever you do, don't let Dick
know that I wrote you this, for old
Dick can be as hard as nails and L
would never forgive him if he said
anything that would hurt Mary in any
Now, what shall I do with this af
fair? I feel as though Dick at least
should know, but I cannot tell him,
for the secret is not mine, and I think
the woman who runs and tells her.
husband everything that anyone else
says to her in confidence betrays that
confidence just;as surely as though
she told it to someone else.
(To Be Continued Monday.)
HASHED OR BROWNED POTATO
IN CREAM SAUCE
Dice one quant of cold boiled po
tato. Put three tablespoons of but
ter into skillet, add one teaspoon of
chopped onion, one teaspoon of
minced parsjey, one-half teaspoon
minced carrot. Cook until tender and
light, golden brown in color. Add
two tablespoons of flour and the hot
butter. Stir until there are no lumps.
Remove from the blaze.. Add one pint
of cold milk. Stir thoroughly. Cook
until smooth. Spread potato on
shallow earthenware dish. Salt and
pepper to taste. Turn sauce evenly
over all potato. Sprinkle few fine
bread crumbs on top. Dot with lit-
Rebutter. Set in rather hot oven and
cook for twenty minutes.
Nurse Well, doctor, must we give
Doctor Not while he can sign a
Two real sports at Smith Center,
JKas., indulged in a banana-eating
contest. After each had eaten eigh
teen they called the contest a draw
in order that they might go home to
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The new designs for bathing cos
tnmes are already outand they show
the influence of -tunic and ruffle.
T,he bathing suit of this summer
will be- much 'fuller than last. Itjrill"'
be rounded up' m the front to show
the knee bloomers. The 'tunic will be
trimmed wjth ruffles, and the kimona
waist will be cut surplice with short
This bathing suit will not be as
comfortable nor a's easy to swim in as
were those of last year, but it will be
the last word'in style. "So-vvhat differ
ence does it make?.
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