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aglow with delight, and offered him a
eberous salary to speak for him ex
clusively during the rest of the cam
paign. So Ronald drifted from soap
into politics, and with great success.
One evening ajnonth later Mr. Por
ter went over to hifir-aeighbor's to find
two unexpected guests there.
"Hy brother, just elected to the
state senatorship," introduced the fa
ther of Constance.
"My campaign manager, Mr. Dun
staa," spoke the fortunate polltiSian,
asd Mr. Porter stared at his si&Sing
nephew. "You see," resumed the
semator, "he has elected me and I've
offered "Mm a very fine position in
connection with the state central
Old Ezra saw that Constance and
her father were very proud of the
achievements of his nephew. A,sen;-j
Btormaker in the family waffdo ffll-
Jing circumstance. W
. "He is a natural orator. 'Mark me,
he will make aTecord as a future Pat
rick Henry," enthused the senator.
4 "I suppose 111 have to forgive him,"
observed Mr. Porter, shaking hands
with his renegade" nephew, "Ronald
Sunstan, you are simply irresistible !"
"He is, indeed!" fondly murmured
the blushing Constance, and, al
though her eyes "were lowered, her
lovely face was filled with pride and
DO YOU JITNEY? THEN YOU
MUST WEAR THE JITNEY ROBE
Seattle Wash, With "jitneying,"
of course, should go the jitney robe,
as the steamer rug goes with steam
ing. Thaf s the way Mrs. O. P. Lam
feon of this city looked at it, anyway,
and without further ado created the
new robe for the new method of loco
motion. f This is how it should be made, says
'Take a yard of any material, bind
the' four sides with ribbon and scal
lop it, or they may be picoted togeth
er -with the lining When walking it
may be carried very becomingly fold
ed over the arm, taking the place of
a muff. When riding ft may be spread
over the knees without taking any
additional space in the car. It is fust
large enough to protect the lower ex
tremities'which at present are pain
fully exposed to the air!"
j w if
Mrs. Lamson's Maid, .With Rrst
Jitney Rtjbe '
Baldness among Indians and ne
groes is almost unknown.
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