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the world and we like and respect
yOU and we want you to come down
to the new farm and spend a month's
vacation with us and your wife,"
added Nellie, but a trifle dubiously.
Mrs. Wardell, however, began to
seethe light. She got the whole
story1. Within an hour she became
transformed into a model hostess.
"It's all right, Arnold," she told her
husband after their guests were
gone, "but that movie so reminded
me of how you used to be."
"I'm just the same as ever," de
clared Arnold. "Don't you think you
have changed a trifle?"
"Yes, I do, I was foolishly jealous,"
frankly confessed Ruby. "I won't be
"As to the old times," observed Ar
nold, a nierry twinkle in his eye and
opening his arms expansively, "sup
pose we adopt the old-time love
making as a regular thing."
She nestled in his arms compla
"Ah, this is something like it!" ju
bilated Arnold, as their lips mef. "In
'Rural Love' they were only mock
kisses, you know!"
In making mush the expert Mex
ican cook always adds a tablespoon
of butter or other fat to the boiling
water. Allow three times as much
wateras meal. Stir 2 cups of corn
meal into 3 pints of boiling water
and cook 30 minutes. Prepare a
good meat gravy well seasoned with
chile and tomatoes. Spread the bot
tom of a baking dish with cooked
mush, cover with gravy and sprinkle
with grated cheese, then" add alter
nate layers of mush, gravy and'
cheese and bake 30 minutes. Pass
chile sauce with the polenta.
Love may not be a disease, but it
is frequently of a rash nature.
Too many of our coming young
men start' with a handicap.
SCOTCH PLAIDS ARE PROPER
FOR WEE KIDDIES
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Whether or not she's a bra' Scotch
lassie, I'll leave you to guess, but she
wears the Hie'land colors, and many
another little kindergarten girl will
wear plaids, too, this fall. They are,
more popular, this season than ever
Cotton suiting is used in the little
frock pictured here. The waist is of
white lawn; the bone buttons red as