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It was almost a scandal in Sudbury
"when Nora and Tom came home to
gether. The news of Tom's recovery
had spread and nearly all the town
was at the station. And Tom came
up the platform, walking.- -'
Mabel, flushed from her ride, was
there to meet him. Her horse was
tethered to a hitching post. She
looked beautiful in her riding habit
and conscious of it. And here was
Tom, walking at Nora's side!
"Why, Nora, you said you were go
ing to Brentwood for your vaca
tion!" she cried. "How on earth did
you meet Tom?"
"We'v.e both been there," said Tom.
"We went there for our honeymoon,
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
ARTISTIC COMBINATION FOR AFTERNOON
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A striking model for afternoon wear. It is large black velvet, -slightly
mushroom and rolled up in the back. The hat followsout the tenden6y,
for large models for the fall and winter season. A soft pink ostrich plume
dropping off the edge adds much to the artistic effect on this pretty design.
SWEET POTATOES AND BACON
Cut baked or boiled sweet potatoes
in strips lengthwise. Fry or broil
long strips of bacon.
Place the bacon sandwich fashion
between slices of sweet potato.
Arrange in circles like the petals
of a sunflower in a.' shallow baking
Brush with bacon fat and brown
quickly in a hot oven, or add maple
syrup in place of the bacon fat if a
'sweeter dish is desired.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Sept. 21, 1645. This was the
birthday of Louis Joliet, famous for
his discovery of the Mississippi river
and his exploration of the Illinois
Tom So you really think you
have some chance with Miss Cold
cash, do you?
Jack That's- what. She is begin
ning to find fault with, my necktie.
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