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rhe latter had been proceeding at a
reasonable pace so as not to attract
"HelpJ murder! police! stop thief!"
the street rang with the vociferous
cries of the ex-nierehant, now dash
ing in hot pursuit like a crack
And the man turned the corner just
as Ned Walters was coming abound it.
"I told you I would win father
over!" chuckled the lucky Ned that
evening, seated in a hammock with
Leila, a welcome guest and an accept
ed suitor now at the Taylor home.
Father was strutting around the
garden in great fettle. He had rigged
up a punching bag and marked out a
running course back of the house.
"Son, Ned," he smiled expansively,
"soon as I can get this extra fat off
me, I'm going back into business
again with you as a partner."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
The food value of rhubarb is very
small, not one-fourth of its solid mat
ter being nutritive.
Two per cent of this solid matter is
sugar. It also contains a small per
cent of oxalic acid, and to some sys
tems is an irritant poison.
One cup of shortening, one-half
teaspoon of sugar, one even teaspoon
of salt, three cups of flour. Put all
in bowl and chop until crumbs make
hole in center. Turn in one-half cup
of ice water. Mix all together with
knife. Lift one-third of dough out
onto slightly floured board. Roll
thin and line pie pan.
Chop one and one-half cups of rhu
barb, not fine; add one and one-half
cups of sugar; two teaspoons of flour,
pinch of salt and the yolk of one egg.
Stir together and put in crust. Put
on top crust and bake in quick oven
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AGE OF MICROBES
Strickland W. Gilhlan.
INDIANA' GUARDSMAN .UNDEtf
Terre Haute, Ind. Capt. Gerhardt
Monninger of Co. B, Indiana National
Guard, is under indictment here on
a charge of conspiracy to corrupt
elections. His trial date has not been
Monninger, during the Indianapolis
car strike, led his company to the
capital for strike duty "to uphold the
dignity of the law," which he is now
accused of violating himself.
"Wnat uiu joa Knock me down for?
I wasn't talking to jou!"
"Just tnats-it! I von t otanu beinjy