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"Don't try it's a pleasure," de
clared Prank bluntly.
Miss Bertha Simonds was gone
into the broker's office for half an
hour. She came out radiant She
waited for car one, which was
"Would you be offended if I " she
began, half opening her hand bag,
and there she paused, about to speak
of money reward for the recovery of
the lost envelope, and added, "if I
asked you to come to our home and
see how happy your thoughtfulness
will make my dear old mother," and
she named an address and said good
by, extending her hand and it lin
gered momentarily in his glad clasp.
"Going up," was the estimable
young lady a week later, reminding
Frank of a promise he had made to
show her the city from the lofty roof
of the great office building.
"It's quite a view," explained
Frank, as they mounted to the little
stairway beyond the 18th floor.
She gazed from the roof at the
vast panorama. "Nearer heaven how
small the world looks!" she mur
mured. "You've said it," said Frank
"nearer heaVen, indeed, being near
er you," and he told he how he loved
HENS AND HISTORY
After reading the famous poem,
"The Landing of the Pilgrim Fath
ers," to tie class, the teacher said:
"As a drawing exercise suppose you
each draw, according to your imag
ination, a picture of Plymouth
All but one little fellow set to work.
He paused and finally raised his
"What is it, Edgar?" the teacher
"Please, ma'am," Edgar piped out,
"do you want us to draw a hen or a
rooster? 'V-Ladies' Home Journal.
Money talks, but that "leak" seems
to have a very sore throat.
WESTERN BEAUTY LIKES PALM
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Bicycle riding has become a fad
among society folk at Palm Beach.
Miss Miller, shown here on a bike, is
one of Montana's most beautiful
When calling a fella twice your
size a "fatheaded idiot," it w,ould be
advisable to drop off the "fat-heaJe4