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MR. GROCER: HERE'S A .GOOD. SIGN TO POST- IN
YOUR STORE '
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(Buy Not Unless You Live Up To It) ,'A
WE WON'T 5EU TttEW.
FIRST BLEACHED V1TH SUL
PHUROUS ACID THEN DYED WITH
ANAL1NETBEN PRESERVED WITH
WHY PUNISH YOUR. STOMACH?
This sign is submitted by. The Day Book as a mighty good bhei
for Chicago grocery stores that can live up to it. Foods"-doubly
dosed with chemicals are not the sort for people to eat, even in small
quantities even if they are pretty Cooked cherries lose that beat'
tiful red color but who wants it back at the expense of a drop of
THE DAILY SHORT STORY
The great, full moon of the
northern latitude hung bright and,
silvery above the little inland lake
Prof. Amos Copernicus'' Dalton
moored the boat to an overhang
ing poplar and squinted at the
shimmering orb. Miss Ida Lee
Vernon looker curiously at the
professor, then tilted her pretty
chin at the sereep- moon.
".What a. wonderful manifesta
tion of a vanished natural force 1"
exclaimed the professor.
"What a beautiful moon " ech
oed Miss Vernon. '
,fNote the huge, shadowy spac
es," observed Prof. Amos Coper
nicus. "Think of the appalling
height of the lunar mountains,' df
the strange' geological strata, the
wonderful possibilities in flora
and fauna." , - -g
The girj in the bow sighed. "Do
you think the lady in themoon is"
The professor shook his head.
"Tut, tut! A mere heathenish im
agination! An old folk-tale! Talk,
science, Miss Vernon." ;
The girl smiled mirthlessly..
"Thanks, tremendously," she
murmured With a touch of sar
casm. The professor turned again
to the luminous orb and talked-of.
craters, of geological aeons, of.
Tycho Brahe, of space and time:
and science. The girl put her face