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back towards them, but hearing
their footsteps he turned sudden
ly, and with a burst of surprise
cried, "Hello, Helen I Hello, Will!
Come for a marriage license, have,
you?" and he shook hands vigor
ously with the blushing pair.
Noticing their rosy faces", which
his sudden, remark had caused to
turn crimson, and noting also the
usual embarrassing pause under
such occasidns, he did not wait a
reply, but drew forth the book of
blank forms, and, knowing both
well, he quickly filled in their full
names, ages and date, and pushed
the paper and a pen over to them
Without hesitation jfohrt put
his down as boldly as his name
sake of old, and then glanced ap
pealingly towards his suddenly
With deeper blushes than ever
she glanced towards him. He did
look so good and earnest. She
thought of her own lonely life,
and her heart longing to be some
thing heir and dear to somebody.
Her heart Was beating rapidly
and breast rose and fell tumultu
She again looked. Her eyes and
very manner spoke encouraging
ly, and under this influence she
took the pen, and with slightly
trembling hand, whether from
foreboding or bliss she never
coiild determine, she attached the
name which she was shortly to
Will laughed with glee, "That
is the best paper I eVer drew Up,"
he giirgled. "Now, let's fool
Maudie and all of them and have
it over at once," and he darted
through th6 d6of Into the hall
way, to return in a few moments
with the superior judge, just ih
time to intercept the first kiss.
That night the evening papers
were read in the club.
"Did you ever?" inquired Clar
"No, I never!" said Everett.
Please tell hie how to remover
scars left by scratches. -A. &
Time will efface the mark made
by an ordinary scratch. If a cuf
'is very deep it should be attended
to ahd dressed by a Skilled physi
cian or surgeon. He should take
every precaution to prevent a scar
being 16ft. $ut sometimes it can
not be prevented. When a scratch
is healing be careful not to tear
off the skitt during the process of
growing the new skih. This may
cause a star.
Ruby writes: I am a blond.
What are my colors ? Most col
ors. Nile green, pale blue, pale
ink, and perhaps a faint lavender
will be suitable. JProbably you
cannot Wear red.
JMartha Bays: My hair is
straight and light How should t
comb it? That rnust depend oft
the way which sbits you best, If
your face, is long and Harrow it
will probably suit you to part the
hair in the middle and draw back '
into a. knot near the nape of the
neck, if your face is round it Will
be m6re becoming puffed at the
sides and rolied in semi-circle
fashion around the head
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