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jn the scrimmage hat ensued Wylie
Barr leaped through a window and
escaped, but Neil was secretly glad
for Nelly's sake.
And "for Nelly's sake" he wore his
lionors modestly"1b"aclc at the home
town and did not intrude upon her as
champion and victor.
. A note, contrite, pathetic, came to
him. He saw to it that they met as
friends, ignoring all thn' h"'1 oo
curred, but when he left her his ar
dent love he could not conceal. He
left Nelly with a kiss of true love
upon his lips.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
THIS MILLION -DOLLAR OIL BABY WINS BACK
MOTHER AND INHERITS ESTATE .
Meet Ben Vance, Jr., the million
aire oil baby of Tulsa, Okla. His fa
ther was recently killed in an auto
accident and left him an- estate valu
ed at $1,500,000 and an income from
CREAM CHICKEN FOR OMELET
This may be made of a few bits of
cold cooked chicken; -pick the meat
in small bits with one tablespoonful
of flour for each cup of chicken used.
Put one tablespoon of flour into a
skillet and allow to melt Add one
half cup of cream and as it heats add
the chicken that has been floured and
stir until all is well cooked 15 min
utes is none too long. Turn, the
cream chicken onto an omelet just
once before it is folded and serve at
Cream lobster may be made the
same way. " .
Chopped parsley may be added to a
plain onietei Minced ham or veal.
oil royalties of $18,000 a month. Baby
Vance has just regained his mother,
from whom he was separated when a
divorce decree was obtained by his
father. The mother sued to have it
set aside and won.
bits of cooked sausage meat Beef,
highly seasoned and chopped very
fine, jam, jelly, fruit butters or
chopped nuts are often used by the
famous chefs in omelet combina
tion. Try a few of these and watch
the meat bill grow less.
An omelet with a hot baked potato,
a little watercress or celery will fur
nish enough energy for a man doing
the hardest manual labor.
NATURE LOVERS ATTENTION!
A vicious oyster, we are informed
by the. New York World, caught a
duck's beak in its shell at Smith.
Point, L. L, and held the duck under,
the' water till the duc&died.
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