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voice, and a glad hand slapped Bliss
heartily on the shoulder.
"Why, Ross Evans!" exclaimed
Bliss in surprise.
"That's who. Been-east among
the big promoters. Your carrying
that bill gave me a breathing spelL
New company formed to carry on the
project, your $15,000 in my pocket,
with interest, and you noble fellow!
You are one in a thousand. But the
pretty little maid?"
"She has been my helper, my guide,
my truest friend," pronounced Bliss
fervently. "She has been my refuge,
my inspiration through all my dark
moments, but, tomorrow "
"Thinking of something, aren't
you?" railed the quick-thinking
"I am and it is this: Dorothy
shall become my wife if she will
And Miss Cleora Boyden returned
wearied from a fruitless quest for a
husband at the seashore, found "that
beggarly brat" and Warren Bliss set
tled down happily in a beautiful
home, with the money and the grow
ing business to maintain it
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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side down on an oak plank one inch
thick, or lay in baking pan. Sprin
kle with salt and pepper and dot with
bits of butter.
(For a shad weighing three pounds
use one-half teaspoon of salt, one
saltspoon of pepper, and two table
spoons of butter.)
If you use gas for cooking, place
the shad under the broiler flame and
cook fast for ten minutes, then lower
the flame for eight minutes more.
Shad may be baked in oven, allow
ing twenty-five to thirty minutes for
a fish weighing three tpounds.
Fry shad roe slowly in butter ten
minutes, turning most of the time.
Cut in slices and serve around the
NEW COIFFURES WILL SHOW
FOREHEAD AND EARS
The new coiffures show the hair
almost invariably done high on the
head, showing both the forehead and
the ears. Colored wigs have already
had their brief day.
Dissolve one glass of currant jelly
in one cup of warm water. Into a
tall glass put one tablespoonful of
orange juice, a grating of lemon peel,
a lump of sugar, plenty of ice, and
half a glass of jelly water. Fill to
the top with any carbonated water
and serve at once.
"She's head over heels in love with
"Yes, she's got to the point where
she can't see how she can possibly
live without the automobiles he
owns,' Detroit Free Press,
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