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To his marvelous story-mother and
daughter listened aghast, and then
their humid eyes told of the tender
sympathy they felt towards him.
"I need not go now," he told Ve
rona a little later, '"you do not wish
Her little hand stole into his shyly
but confiding, those dear sweet lips
breathed one throbbing, thrilling
BEING FUNNY IS THIS MAN'S
T Charles Chapin, the funniest come
dian in moving pictures, has left the
Keysone forces and joined he Es
sanay company in Chicago.
Chaplin is he kind of a comedian
that will make you laugh just merely
to look at him. He very seldom
smiles but being funny is just an
every-day habit of his.
Kettles may be thoroughly cleansed
by boiling a few potato peelings in
WHAT'S FASHION'S FAVORITE
One of the freakish fashions thafi
comes in with the new year is the
checkerboard collar, and the check
erboard cuffs. But every fashion
able woman devoted to the juvenile
game of checker will not adopt the
new fad, for the "checkers" are made '
of seal and ermine, and )nly royal
ladies and a few "American queens"
wear ermine, or seal either.
SANDWICH BISCUIT HERE'S
THE WAY TO MAKE 'EM
Sandwich Biscuit. Sift 2 cups of
flour and 4 teaspoonfuls of baking
powder into bowl. - Add 1 even tea
spoon of salt and 2 heaping tea
spoons of lard. Mix all together and
add 1 cup of milk. Beat smooth and
roll out on slightly floured board to
one-half inch in thickness.
Cut in shape with biscuit cutter.
Spread 1 biscuit with butter and a
layer of maple or brown sugar. Put
another biscuit on top. Press togeth
er and bake 12 minutes in very hot
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