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my life, I expect to Lave, some real
The trouble betweefi child and par
ent began upon the girl's graduation
from university and is said to have
been caused by a stepmother. Miss
Nunnally visited Louisville, Ky., At
lanta, .Ga., Mexico, Los Angeles, Cai.,
and San Francisco,-Cal., in her wan
derings. The father tried every way
possible to induce her to return home,
but the girl was, obdurate, and mar
ried in the face of parental objection.
L a o
HITS COST OF LIVING
Washington. Representative Asr
bury P. Lever of North Carolina is
the father 6f the bill which is one of
the most practical measures ever
aimed, at highjrices. It provides that
a trained agricultural observer shall
be appointed for every county.
His duty shall be to aid, in every
way known to science, in, the work
of increasing the fertility of the farms
iii. his district. He will be friend and
teacher, of every farmer, and it is
thought his efforts will result in enor
mous increases in their production of
THE HOBO!S HUNCH
Oh, I am the-dub
From the Dowff'and Out Club.
My watchword is simply, ' I'm
There's room in our gang
For Billy Bedang,
Tift hobo, the Willie, the bloke.
I made me a sna'ck
By the .side of the track
And grateful myf feelings express.
When the train rushesby
There is blood in my eye
And cinders and dust on my dress.
I 'think it-is great
Just to. walk the track straight
" Bight over the stout cedar ties.
When counting the poles
I wear out my soles,
But golly, the time simply flies!
So kindly" chip in,
For 1'iti -hungry assin,
I long for a snackof sardine.
I'm really so gunt
With my thirty-mile jaunt
I'll take Off myefcat for a bean
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TIPS FOR THE WIFE
Vegetable and fruitstains on the
fingers can be removed by dipping
the fingers in very strong tea for a
few. minutes and then washing them
in clear, warm water.
r. The cooler eggs are the quicker
they will froth when whipped, so
.they should be' beaten una cool place.
A pinch of salt always coojs "and
When using dripping for making a
cake, add a few drops of essense of
lemon or the juice of a lemon, , and
it will be found that this will.not only
remove the fatty flavor which cakes -
so often have when made with drip?
ping especially mutton but' . will "
very greatly improve the flavor.
There are 3,167,232 widows in tha