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gad THURSDAY YG DECEMBER 2 1320. THE OCUcN . v RD E AM1M r K 5
SvJfr I .-rSsnaeSwSieMrMgajeBaaa I
H j Her Daughter and His Son
H A Crmai Married Lift Story by
; 1DAH McGLONE GIBSON j
"3a! rtelief.il lltf'e '.cr rmt laid
as mr left the bank "ll I on
lahlng tha a rr a beautiful A atsr
is utd i- roletad' ruJ in hr rat .
' ' i ' hr ml her's ' err. mg
Teieiarrew Lun:"eon svllh Jerry Main-
1 BEDTIME STORIES
BY HOWARD R. GARIS
UNCLE WiaOILV AND THt PCANUT
LbV fhn,a-rmV(. ' ' o' k '-'p I' Vre
f so f: Ifj tap aiomd tho hark of hr,'
Thm what are you doing r asked I n
BBbI "Bu' has nil thai i" with "'
nut bugs? " asked i That
The muskrat !) useke. (Mil ID
what look. very bright bug. hut J
LLV "That hi a peanut bug," said Nurse j
1 .lnc ' You run give It nn.i nini "
B like. (i'H h as I 'ln,.pv , or flpoodle
Poodle Nov. paste this nesmu hug
' I r rt will - a little souvenir
I tsH L'nc'ki wiggtiv. "Pea nnl
B nu' were iufl'1'' min Wlbbte onzii ,
B nhlih ii. Indrid.
B having a piece of red yn m fur a tall.
fl ' I Wlati I might make some peanut
I in I" Wiggtl) J'it then
1 t. 'i-iOione rang. '' the biinnv gen
. . , i,.n.t i ii Xlm Wlbblewobbli
H ma) I II k'loti ( no to to
B "Now l chance " taughr-l I'nrl-
V l'nlr W Igg u peir-trd one eye and
B one blue rye km the l'CKt Iwanut hr
J A SfKVxmt Cough
IvOoscns Right Up X
HH V ThU hnm-m.l rn j U a wan-
H rier far quick matt. Kaalty
B Here i a borne mi. lo ferOB hiS m 1-
M M irn lar. mran .! brrak nc up
j ' v hra rif, th.nff infliienfe. ehet aore
H nr .o 1 'i en, breath in-? be-
rnir fnrr. t .kl nr in throat .iop an 1
joti et -ood aichr restful tWp. The
usual ihroat anil rhet c 1 are con
I hv i .'I hour or l"s. No'.hmf
letter for bronrhittt. hoarne. en I
Hj To tnakr tbia fultndiiJ cough rrnp.
H; pour , ouacta of Pinri .nto a pmt
l boule and li 2 1 tbe bott 'K
Ht cranuUted aucar rrun an I hake thor-
otjjjbly. If you prefer, use c'lrifiel
Bi ntotauea. honey, or corn arnip. instead
k of sugar srrup. EHktr way. toii get
B a fitil pint a fara.lr upplv of much
belter vucb rrup than von could bur
B rjdT-ni.iJ" for llirrr l uin Um mooer.
Keeps jifrfcctly and cbildrra love its
Pip n is a special and bisblr eoneen
H i'i'-i .-umpound of gen i n S'""r
plat extract, known tbe World OTat for
its proBpl heal.nc rffec upon tbe Tnetn-
H To avoid disappointment ask tout
H dr jcir st for ounces of Pmex " with
B full directions, and don't ICCfpt anr-
H Mi nr e'-r. Oiiiarantced to five abaoluta
ifaetiQR or snoas prontpttv re-
out r,n. Then lie naartf vetlow IkH;
ami 7aatene4 on n no hHJ of giru
Thla ka Toln o be the ;.'.liir TorliI
bd aald th- luna to hlmarlf he
. rti even Iri dm of thl '"ik- " MM tli''
I it H. -n Dm rlonr Iwll of UM hollow
MIWIP I. lineal"- r-nif ami I nrlr griy. (
arrvlnc ih 0'bbra bn In Mr paw. bur
r!et down the hnll to answer.
"That U .rtht KofM .lane ornlnr ,
hi x. I flnli Ii riiaking the tenut bsjfj
pla - .ii l tot busier' tliontlu the rahhit .
eentlenian 1 11 on. n th- rice, eud1eti .
3 &SSsn&!S '"" " '
"She'll iblnk one of htr own peanut '
liigs haw f-ome to lite. Mirl hni flosn I
r-nt to me-f-t her. Anl. Mi. mi, won t
Nurae .lane he nurprlaerl "
i i,i i wiriiv wua an ilntart wuli bis j
joke that Ik Mopped to In ugh holding the
Qlbble liohhle buc In one pa. .
"TtrC-a-lillk" " wrnt the l'l iiK.n.
'Nurae .lane u in a llUT) '. " !hought tbe
Li. I it k ppll.K I jTfi ' llt the noanut
btsg in his paw OulekJy l'n le- Wlcirliwa
n .1 the door and thrust out the qurr
rjihhia Oopbla hue ' the wmo time the
rahlut nni l loi;dl rile. I
"Oh, rn cooi'iieaa mr! Oh. ni sake
lhi.' i iti. ulial n i.jv if lour, with a 1
red and a blue e and crwMl lea '
and a tlaek t.'HkliHj tall!" ilied a loud
ant th'i aomeholy tumbled down
ih I tapa1
On, il' ir, I hope I Inn n'l hi rprlsed i
S'ursti Jans so that aha fell off thai'
atoopT" v't""1 Unels Wlgwlly.
But amen ha oieed ilia dooi. there i
was ihi i -art Kuui Fox runnlnjr awnv i
tl wna the fox Who had lling tne I. H
M' 'ins to Kt the tmnny. Hut Mr
ln:er l -uddinlv ihrustlng out the
Qlbble Hobble biiu. made of fathers and I
. ! M Dt, had nrnrei the h.-id Knxxt l-'ox
unl i ha turned n lark ameraault '
"Wall, It's a cood tbiiif: I know how to
make eaiiiit blip." lauche.l I'n.le Wis: I
Kitt Vml when Nurae Jane cama back I
aftai . . t ' ni; Mrs Wlbtdewobble' a i . w .
the rnuakrat ladi lat the bjnn n p hi
mal e omre buss I)
Ai"l If the aoueakrr doean t drop OUl of I
tin- nihbr ball end bide In the umbral i
I wl'h tha tin VrhUtU. I'll tell on next I
aliut t D I'' 'V'iKKll nnd the atlrk fudBi-oo
f JUST FOLKS
Uj tit) gas A. Grssaejx
Fiabln' teathea me a lot!
Tliera'a no sure an' rerlaln spol
Where ill always catch a mesi
llmr to hunt I', more or ir
oanatltnaa strike it rtcht away.
r.d there II oom another da
When 111 bae to work liko mh
Fore I ael a lg one In.
hange tns bait, an' mo c alone
Where the current's not so strong
i ir the wind nn't net a -weep
DM I aren't .Ulte o deep ,
Till at last I i-hanre to Haht
On a plaoe where they will bit. I
Ftahln' tearhea me t wait
I'allentlv ar' tr m; l-.i.i .i
leta me know on man a da
I .ant alwasa havra m ;.
Thing aren't iroln to suit m iuiu.
Times I've hooked a beauty a no
W . rked a hwlf an hour to land
1 1 1 m alongalde ..' the boat,
Then ha a aplt It from bi thr(t.
Jumped tha hook an' cot swa
Hut. that didn't aioll MJ da.
l.eametl ntht then from Miater Flan
v I aliaa hava wish.
Thlnsr won : Kr the mi I rhooaa
There are tlme I ni bound In l"r.
l.nie Im Just about In win
An' I think the prll. I In
Kra n of nie. aomehnw I find
rbal the falea haw hanged their mind
Bt II l with Ufa. 1 arucsa.
Mixed with failure an' suce.
.ain and loaa are lound to fall
in rwoportiosa'a to us all.
n we niunt work an' plan
Jul like every fiabennan
Twenty tuna of apples wrre d 1st rib-'
I tod on Hie downtown streets uf S-
tie durlnir the Apple day parade. Uc-
"Mother and Child" Sunday to
Emphasize Need of Maternity Bill
i . , - - i
I wit raiii.iii- mill lii r- Mi Willi. mi M bi an I lor t.. i lill.lron. Mn. itofftJall .luf.-l.l and lu-r il.nurh-
irr I'iitrii iii Mtev uxm aKHbon ini i ibi,-" n the mwinlisg d tin- Bteppard '"'irr Mil.
W VSIII.';T 'N. i. - Iec. 2.
fwothar-and-Chlld" Sunday will be
haai tad ii tha Dlatrtcl of Columbia
I ." "lergyriien of all denomlna
llona will i reach on the need Of the
he Shepj.ard-Towner hill, which la to
om- before. Tiingress when It coti-i
iei.-a on Urr. g,
i oun try wide obaorvouca Of Mothar-
iiJ Sundu. b..t been plannerl b
he National l.re;':e ' Women Voters
i n noana of awaking the countrya
onsclencr to the "Slaughter of lh In-'
i.i. in niimin mos
tppoala ara bolng r -nt to rjenrymon
ml bjahopa of all di-noinlunt lona. urg-l
An Inexperlen- ed .-ook often makea of I
.ei ringara a burnt offering. The hurn
faeif had enough but the blister that
'ollowa la worae.
To prevent a hllater forming over a
turn try mixing equal im 1 1 a of .ft whl'
nil ollo oil Appl at onoe. rover with
soft linen. Eggs max Iw hlgli hut It's
srorth th-price- of an egg white to fore-j
tall a bllatcr nnd the resultant Incon
, enlerice and discomfort.
MENU FOR TOMORROW
Ih-eakfasl- Sliced han&naa with un
ooked caraaL scrambled r(K with dried
eef. toast, coffee.
I .unchin ftnUed tans. hrown bread
md butter, plcklca. tea
IHnnei Frbid chicken with stuffed pep
. . . p.n apple aal.id. floating irfand. I
itnce ink-, i offe.
MY OWN REClPf.S
The dried beef in the scrambled eggs,
rlvaa ta.te to an othrwlac neutral tsai
tit. breakfast. Tbe bananaa nnd cereal'
ire mild flavored food, aa the eggs would .
ic without tha dried beef
1 yourg i In. l.rn
Salt and pepper
I'ut chicken In pieces and varloll until
lender Roll In Pour sifted with aalt and
lepper and fry In hot fat until nlreJy
. mat! r ' on ' ' c ; latter and sur '
ound w.th atufferl pir''"
4 green peppers
1 cup samp
1 rupn boiling water
I tablespoons butter
'. trbleanonn flour
-3 . uis broth
'i cup cream
' teaspoon salt
ldp peppers In liolbng water and let:
rland a couple minute, Remove from1
irntai nr.d rub off the m.tcr akin witb
loth. Cut In halves, irmovc seeds and
rains Wash and drain samp Put Into
kettle with tilling water nnd d't and
ook all ilu. Melt butter, add flour Add
I. roth s'.'sK. alining ronstanirv. Add.
rresm and anlt and psppsV Stir '.ntll
indlleg To I .up of the same add aa
much aamp as trw swure w-l!l moisten.'
PHI . iie' with this creamed aamp.
Hrrvc the remaining aauce in a bowl.
When a girl sss l don't care" It's
pretty ante sign that, she does.
i i ; i i s Rl im. in MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS, Term. "fha trees cried
heir. Not Jut th wcep'.ng willow.,
but dignified old ouks wept . opiousU
Memphis folks called up the Weath
. i lUtrenu. when the trees cried
Tlau't rain," said Weatherman J. H.j
Scott, it s aort of hev dew." "Ioa;-!
gone funn." anld the owners of lhe
tre.-a. "we trea; 'em pretty good "
tnm n.t..i..:-iiii, ;i l m
ing them to Suund from the pulpit the
message of the grest w.xslagc In child
More thin I'.i "on .-bil lre- l. rveis
month In the year, according to offi
cial atattstles from the Children's
Buru, and moat of this mortality !
N VTION I ORG M TIOX8
The Heneral I'cderntion of Women's
t'luba. the National Congress of Morh
era. tha Association of Collegiate
Mumnae, the Women'' ' hrlatinu Tem
perance I'nlon. the Young Women's
t'hrlstlan Association, the National r
ganlKAtlnn of Public Health Nursing,
tbe National Women's Trade L'nlon I
Dr. James I. Vance
The storv of Samson la a radtal of!
phyalcel prowess. Were hi living today, i
he would be featured on the nortng
news page of the dallv papers.
His stor stlrji us. His .idventnrra fas-
rlnafe hi. Yet we feel there Is something
'arUIng Y l.i' down tlo- r'rper with n
feehng of d..ai ;o'r,'n . lit Tin big
lete let a woman of easy virtue rob him.
af his power Toabe surdl he got lijrk at I
Ida enemle In great shape, when he
pulled down the pillars of the temple and
killed a horde ni Phlllal men. but the crash
i hat killed hi foe cost the lvro his own
This was as far as Samson could go.
Me ,-ould not get off the sporting page
and he could not slay on it permanently.
teraus he was m iel an athlete When
ha I'lajOfi out his muscles, ho was spent. I
IJla Is the biographi 0 brawn, of Ita
achievement and limitations, of lt
splendid victories nnO pathetic defeat, of.
Its smashing pu.-cfM and humlllntlng col
The trouble with Samsavn was. he qiCfl
sured tusnhood b mUgCla His sag was
In his character He was weak In the
hour of temptation. Ho was strong
enough to cairy off the gstea of (far.a
on his bnik. hut he was not stronc
enough to resist the rhnrms of Oelllah.
Snmson'a wax- of getting readv for n--tlon
was- to ' shake." hlrnaelf. It ntlUl
have been a wight tos ee. There goes the
big fellow to his setting up exercises.
Watch him shako himself. See his iiiui
-well there ever such a bleep
on a human arnC lok at the muscles of
his hick See the rords s'.lffeii and K
l.ix Thev are like ntrnns of steel. What!
s prlxefighter Samson would have made
He la loosening up. He ia shaking out
hla strength Me Is m;.Mng his hedy sup
pi for a fight. Hut a day conies when
he dlscoveis that more la needed than
physical prowess and s-ttlngup exer
cises. It Is character.
An athlete n-.ust have muscle and set
ting up exercises, but he must hive mor
Me must have character. He must live a
. lean life.
VMjKX.ES WIH IV AS
tB InternAllonal News Service,
SAN FHANC1SCO -O.T.. Wllkenson
loved hi w tfe- he lo i .1 her so much
that he valued her at $100,000.
This is the amount thn.t the husband
is asking of the 1'nlted Hallroada of
Smii Pranclsc.i bocauaa bis wife was
killed by a .ir .v a crossing. Wllken
son asserts In his ault that his wife
a the chief support "f h!s famllv
and 'hut h has suffered a financial
loss of $101.000 her.inse of her death.
At bedume rub tha throat and
chcavt thoroughly with
V V A RO RUB
Ooer 17 Maflkn Jan UieJ Yearly
League. IagentTea.chors' Aaaoc lat Ions,
and other national oranlzutlona are
hehlnd this inovcuionL Xhe National
Catholic Welfare Council and t'ar
llnnl Gibbons are being appealed to.
"If members of the American Lefglon
were dying at tho rate of 20.000 a
month. It 0Uld he 9 different mat
ti r. for tlie American I .,:.. la organ
ized and would take the matter up al
once." ald Mrs. Florence Kelly, exec
utive secretiw of the National Con
sumers' league who la supporting thr
Sheppird-To-.v ner hill. ' The bahlei
nre not organized and lannnt help
themselvea We will have to do the
work fur them."
Uncle Sam, M. D.
BY H. S CUMMINO
Suroeon General U S. Publi: Health
Sixty-nine thousand five hundred and
nine fresh reason for strengthening tha
defense of the V S. Public Health Serv
ice againat the en'r ' dlaaaaea now ep.
demle In Buropa deve!oied In ictober.
nejirlv a manx had ilevafopeid In Septem
ber, ami man) more deyalopcd in No
vember. Slxtv-nlne thousand five hun
dred and nine Is the estimated number
of alien Immigrants wh- entered the
t'nlted States through the port of New
York In October; practically nl! of ilieri
conrlnc from Kurope and half of them
from Itgly and e,it Mediterranean ports
and from Poland and north' asi European
Piu.fficlal bOt reliable advices ssv that
literally millions from the same areas are
desperately eeking t.i come to this coun
try, and thai the number! that actually
will rome are limited onlv l the ahlu
I'lng fR.ilttle.T. Tne ',,. in :,,ll slight
ly In cheek at present by the fact that
we re still at vvai with iJermunv, that
Poland and contiguous countries arc try
ing to hold their men for military rea
sons: and that r.ussia la still "off the
A very large part of these Immigrants,
actual and would-be. are of very low
grade stunted 1. years of penury and
l war ami famine and from sec
tion where bubonic plague, typhus,
smallpox or cholera are more or les epl
Omlr The P S. I'lild'c Health Servlcr holds
two lines against tbe Importation of dis
ease by these Immigrrnt - The first Is
at the port of einlirkat ion In Europe
and the second at the port of 0i barkatlon
I In the Pnilert States Roth lines are
held b) thOrtOghiy ef'lelent surgeons nnd
otbr experts, anil are entlrel aderjuaie
to withstand anv vnlinar) attack.
The thing la. then, to keep the dlxease
germs out of the country. To do this
tbe P. S. Tubllc Health Service officer
at foreign ports nuarnntlne. delouae
VacchialC nnd otherwise d.a' !!h Ihe
I wouitt-be Immigrants: at domes tl p.jrts
.tiier service offlcera meet the inp at
uusrantlne and gift out and hold for
observation Immigrants hIio show any
sign of disease; later, all immigrants are
Inspei il and am that see.n likely to
: become public charges or that axe ex
clude. by provision of tie immigration
'law are debarTed' and ultimately deport
ed A test made by the Immigration bu
reau some time ago showed ihjt aderjua'e
'Inspection woull exclude shout 5 per enl
as apalnst less than the 1 per cent that
were debarred In October.
Never before, not even In tha record
1 Immigration year of 1M7, did the flood
! of Immigrants e.,ual that which Is now
gathering; and never Iwefore. did It coma
fruni such grea.i and widespread renters
f deadlv Infection Even an enlarged
lerS'nnel. tw.th ai home and a I road,
would have to he . nt Inually on Its toes
to keep out the plague and to adequately
Inspect Immigrants who. though not sl
My Inferted. are vet In aurh condition
'as to serloualy lower the phyatcal tone
of the counlrj'.
I A freighter recently docked In New
, York City with tnoo specimens of
j birds, animal and reptiles, frnm cen
tral nnd northern Australia for the
I Bronx zoo.
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ELAI N E HAMMLSiSTeiiN ,r.TMr OAlaOWTFR PAV5 A -,fi7NiCK PtCTUPA
I a - t a iiiH
I ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS
BY OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON
NANCY HAS HER HANDS FULL. J
Whit Nick was trjlng his Nest to g-i
poor Scribble Scratch awake, tin- pupils
of Meadow Orove aehod were having a
Wasp Weasel a ho waa reaoonaibla for
the Thole thing having aqueeied hitter
aweet Jtitea in Sr-hhe Scrat. h'a ream
Nancy was doing all she could ta make them behave.
j that morning aa he passed on his w. tO
schoo.. which put the fnlrvman to aleep
at the breakfast t'ible) was hav'ng the
I time of hlf Hie.
He stared at Chirk Chipmunk until
. ''Ii'.rk fhivered as though he had chllla
and fevar. Ami when he wasn t looking
i I'htrk he win making faeea at l-top
Fleldmouae and Muff Mcl. lb hit i 'title
Potlontall in the eye with a paper wad.
and dipping the tip of his tall into Wob
V ' .
i ' .
AFTTR THE FuSf..
The welkln'.i ceased to rattle, and calm'
ii no mi re obscures the air. spellbinder
have deariei ni.- los.rn heavyeartad
new oiV for holes uncharted, v.ln-re eah
niav have his lair. And now let's be
forgetting our iukut -;ini;-nlpn wav.s aim
do s .nie honest sweating, as In Mie olden
day: there'e wood liw calla i"r hewing.
and hops reipilve i.ur brevlng; oh. let us
Bt puraulng '-n. taks. like useful Javs
The statesmen we ye elected. I'm ure, I
will not be laT. arid thev enn't make the
nnilon work out Its ..wn iftlvatl. n unless
the ipulatlon will buckle down like wax.
When at the polla I voted tl watched
you. eagle-eyed 'J hdn all you fellows vot-:
el with high and wliedeHoine ptide. and
i now perhaps you figure that, having !
thua shown vigor, It a yours to alt nnd
snigger and let the whole works slide. !
Thl nation can t be lifted to levels flna
and high nil the statesmen gified vtv
eat the puMir pie. unless T"rxt. Dick nn'l
Ttarry their divers loads will carr. and
weirk and cease to tarry where all the
pi in Ml M KB
BUBNOB AIRES, Oct 25. (Corr-1
Ispondencet Kmployee of private!
companies performing public utility
service, such ns street car. telephone.1
tilegrarph. ga and e!e trlc supplv
conqerna would recelva governmant
pensions under a measure Just aane
tlonad 1 ti e Argentine senate. The
measure I based on a similar project
passed by the chamber f deputies, but
!0, t la different. It Will require the,
1 sanction of the lower house be fore it i
' becomea a law.
tad i.evir did get right again and that H
baa a Ms. k tip on to this ver da i
That even in the winter, when hla brown H
coat turns white aa snow, ao aa to fe.. H
folks atvt make him difficult to aee. and
Ibex .mU him Mr P.rmlne. hla tall tip
Mui that Me was perf.x-tl) dread H
ful. he arted an smart, and the other. H
although not so mean themeelvea. he.
gai i act m be did You know It onlv
ink... one naughts boy to upset a whole
hool and that's tbe wa It waa that day
The i urtirn were nil full arid the dnm a
caps all used up; then srera about in
names on the blackboard for talng in
and doing words after school, and I'm
sorry to say It. hut poor Nancy was
driven to aaklng Pud P.eaver io please go
OUl snd bite off a birch rod for her.
LITTLE GIFTS TO
MAKE FOR XMAS
PINCUSHION FOR TRAVELING
A rial In. ushlon that an be rolled
up is a practical gift for traveling Thl Bbsjbw
pliw ushlon consists of a strip of ribbon
about fi ur Inches wide A strip of whlt
flannel Is stlti lied to the ribbon which HE
is lucsed up at the bottom to form a
iwket. This will sere to hold Jewelr .
A" narrow ribbon to match, serves to tie
the pln -u.shl .n Ii gether.
HANDY POWDCR PUFF.
Take on ardlnan swan s-down puff
ami aacurel) ana- ii a sllk-coverad stick
to H. The )ck of the puff la covered
with frilled rainb'.w ri .hor, and trlmni'd
with tlnv Silk flowers
TO HOLD NECLICEC.
Pine georgette over r. taffeta eir tw-n Hl
other shade romblned. can he useil for
a total) and useful bar it is mad..
like an ordinary bag exoepi 'at it open Hl
at the Itottom aj well ne at the top. It
may l-e trimmed with narrow ribbon and HB
tlnv silk flowers. It la esper tally dealgil-
eel Jo hoW dalntv negligers which can
allpned out of the Ivng without be- Hl
KIN AT 0PP0SITE3 I
KANSAS CITY, Mo Father-In law H
nnd rHnin-1& will he plttoil agntn' H
each other In tho new Missouri 8sn- H
nto. liavld M. Proctor. Kansas City H
l I.. .ii l: p ibllrail Io nl H
crs. nnd his falber In law. James H H
Whitecotion. of Paris, Mo., will be
a lalfT of the- lie-mocrntlc minority.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and ita various
preparations, all of which aro narcxdic, m well known. Lven in the
enifillcet doses, if e-emtinucd, theso ofuaten causei changen in the func
tions and growth of tho n lis which are likely b becomo permanent, causing
imliecilitv, menUl perversion, a oravLrag fur alcohol or narcotics In later life
Nervous "diseases, such as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying
powers are a reeult of doemg with ujcste.1 or narcotics to keep children quiet
in the r inf inov The imU- am- n- ; n ,u i h that i lul'l'.-n shoulil never
receive opiates in tho o in all est doeee for wore than a day at a time, and
onlv then if unavoidable.
The al mi nL ration of Anodynes, Drops. Cordials. Soothing Syrups and
other Usradtloa to children bv any but n physician cannot bo too strongly
, decried, and he diagtst should not b" a rmrty to it. Children who are ill
need tbo attention of a pbyiucian, and It is nothing less than a crlmo to
dose them wilh lly itii narootica.
t aatoria c.r.t. r sa
signaturo of Chaa. H natchar. , -
- aalae ulorla ulway bears the lnattire . , f -i2rX '
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Much Excitement Over Nothing. BY ALLMAN
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