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about his lips; "because she accepted
"Accepted yours?" stammered the
"Yes, I guess it was fate sent me
to meet the niost.beautiful and cul
tured young lady I ever knew. Iam
going back to marry Miss Bertram."
"No," soliloquized the Squire, with
a melancholy shake of the head as
the train bore away th young man
he had hoped to secure as a son-in-law,
"it wasn't fate that sent young
Newcombe to Fairview. It was Ina,
and I wonder how she will take it
when I tell her the news?"
Miss Ina Ringold took it so serious
ly that she went off into a violent fit
of hysterics, when she learned that
but for her arbitrary interference
Paul Newcombe might still be a hope
in the future.
Miss Dodge came to the village,
modest, devoted only to her invalid
mother. In no sense, Ina realized,
could she have bepome a rival.
But when Miss Zelda Bertram
Mrs. Paul Newcombe now a brilliant
bride, appeared, even Ina acknowl
edged secretly that she had been the
means of bringing together as charm
ingly mated a couple as the world
Sweet Potatoes with Sausage.
Boil or bake sweet potatoes and
when done remove skin and mash or
put through ricer. For six medium
sized potatoes add one tablespoon of
butter and salt to taste. Put 12 small
sausage links in skillet and cover
with boiling water. Boil 10 minutes.
Arrange potatoes in baking dish.
Place sausage on top and bake in hot
oven until sausage is brown. Turn
sausage to allow to brown on all
"I see by the newspapers.'remark
ed Reeder, "that the farmers in Can
ada are sending out appeals for
wives." "Is that so?" ejaculated Hen
nypeck, in an eager whisper. "They
can have mine."
"IT ROLLS ON"
By Berton Braley.
I care no't what your place may be,
A job that's most laborious
With mighty little salary,
Or one's that's fat and glorious,
But, be your labor great or small,
Of this you must be sensible
Some other guy can do it all,
No man is indispensable!
When you begin to swell with pride
And cater to" the gallery 1
And put on lots of "dog" and "side"
Because they've raised your salary,
Why, then's the time you'll tumble
Such ways are indefensible;
Some other guy can do your trick;
No man is indispensable.
It's well enough to. know your worth
And know just what to do with it,
But don't imagine that the earth
. Will quit when you are through
No, it will roll upon its way
And what seems reprehensible
Some other guy will draw your pay;
No man is indispensable!
WANTED An opening with plenty
to do, for a dentist. G. A.