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moved toward Miss Lisa and took her
hand in his.
"I won't! I won't!" exclaimed Miss
Lisa, nearly in ters.
"Don't mind her," said Abraham.
"That's what they" all, says. Put it
And Frank Jones did. What is
more, he kissed Miss Lisa in the pres
ence of the peddler. But Abraham
was looking at the furniture cata
logue that he had brought with him.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
DIANA OF WEST TELLS WHY
WOMEN SHOULD GO HUNTING
By Jackie Saunders, Motion Picture
Girls should have pleasant, profit
able pastimes if they are to carry .the
burden of living under the 20th cen
tury regime, and still maintain their
health and happiness.
Lack of exercise and fresh air are
the two great causes of disease in all
humanity, I believe. And women are
more prone to suffer from these two
ills than men, because their lives are
naturally hemmed about by indoor
duties and indoor methods of living.
To the girl who lias a cool nerve,
a straight eye and sufficient strength
to carry game bag and gun down dale
and up hill for two or three hours
together I suggest hunting as a
And to the girl who hasn't the
strength required, I suggest there is
no better way to acquire it than to
do it anyway. You can begin with
short trips, making frequent stops.
Every breath of good, clean air you
take into your lungs will be building
another atom of strength on -which
you can build your next step. Don't
be afraid, girls, of wholesome fa
tigue, the fatigue which comes of the
sun and the air.
Just one little word of warning.
If you get caught in a shower and
have to walk two or three miles in
your damp clothes, don't forget to
change them the minute you return.
Hunting is art excellent means of
steadying the nerve and perfecting,
the sight It makes you wonderfully
The girl -who- can handle a gun
coolly and "with decision, though she
may never have to use it as a weapon
for protection, possesses a mighty
useful first aid to self -defense.
NOTHING LIKE STICKING TO THE
GOOD OLD THINGS, BOYS!
Jacob Eisenhut was in town Mon
day wearing a work shirt, he bought
41 years ago when he lived in beau
tiful old Switzerland. It cost $1.50,
Alta Vista, Kan., JournaL
That the Marshall Field estate
amounts to, $100,000,000 and includes
among its assets one-twenty-fifth of
this city has been brought to lighL-,
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