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"Charley!" she cried. 'This is my
husband! How dare you strike him?
Charley, what is it? Why, you were
afraid for me?"
He fell back, fainting from the re
action, while, under her directions
the doorkeeper, charigedfrom a lion
to a lamb, fanned the man's face and
tapped him in kindly fashion upon
"You didn't have an accident?"
gasped Charley Askew faintly.
THE GOING OUT
"Why, no, dear," cried his wife.
"And I've got the money, too. Three
hundred dollars and we leave for
the west Monday."
"Whoop!" shouted Charley, spring
ing upon his feet and trying to em
brace the doorkeeper. But that func
tionary had discreetly withdrawn, so
Charley kissed the next most acces
sible person who he had often
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
aneTthe coming in '.
Nifty last spring, but
FRIED CAKES ARE FINE FOR
Pennsylvania Pried Cakes. Beat
1 cup of sugar with 2 eggs until light.
Add 1 level teaspoon of salt, a little
cinnamon and 3 tablespoons ofmelt
Dissolve 1 even teaspoon of soda
in 1 cup of sour milk. Stir well and
add to egg and sugar mixture and
add flour enough to make a soft
dough. Cut in shape and fry in deep
The "pill box" With veil i& chic now.
HERE& ANOTHER WAY TO MAKE
Boil 3 cups of white sugar, one
half cup of water, one-half teaspoon
of cream tartar and 1 tablespoon of
buttter until it reaches .the "crack"
Add 1 even teaspoon of soda and 10
drops of lemon extract. Turn into'
well-greased pan. Have candy quar
ter of an inch thick.
When partly cool mark into rack
squares with well-buttered knife.