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"What does it mean? Why are you
hiding from me like this?" she asked,
tears in her eyes.
"Thank God!" ejaculated Harold
fervently, "I knew you'd have to
know some day.'-- .
"Know what, HaroicJ?"
WHO CARES FOR SEASONS!
"Know," he shouted, "that New
York is good enough for me. Why,
Margaret, what are you destroying?"
"The plans for our country home,"
she answered delightedly, as pieces of
paper fluttered across the floor.
(Copyrght by W. G. Chapman.)
WEARS WINTER HATS BECAUSE IT'S BECOMING
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Verily the seasons have been turned topsy-turvy and upside down by
Dame Fashion. Besides swathing us in white furs she has 'topped our
summer costume off with a white felt hat. It's a lovely bit of headgear, so
light and airy that it seems quite as appropriate with a fluffy summer gown
as with a tailored suit.
If the kiddies get their very best
dresses spotted with grass stain cover
spots with common cooking molasses
and let stand for two or three hours.
Wash in luke warm water. Repeat
When it is necessary to drive a tack
in an inconvenient place or corner,
press the tack through a strip of stiff
paper and hold the paper instead of
the tack. Saves many a pounded
thumb or finger;
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