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Could it be true? "What heart of
hope poor, desponding Prank took as
he reasoned and finally believed!
Then the following week he made
a great- discovery in therapeutics a
new agent in medicine. The standard
journals noted it "The great socle
ties lauded him. He was a made man,
When Frank went back to his home
town he took Davis with him. As
they entered the village Hal Ferris
left it in the custody of an officer of
the law, for enriching himself in a
stock transaction at the cost of his
; Kitty had craved a poet. She had
found one. Two human beings never
fell in love more quickly than did
that sentimental, innocent pair.
As to Frank, he pronounced the
little verse one evening when he and
Virginia were together. She blushed.
He told his story straight and fervent
from an honest heart and knew his
happy fate at last.
Hoarhound candy is old-fashioned
but -it's good, for all that. It's not
only good candy but it's good cough
medicine, as it is very soothing to
an irritated throat This is the
After making quite a strong solu
tion from the fresh hoarhound
leaves strain it and put about a quar
ter of a cupful of it over the fire with
a pound of brown sugar and a little
water. Cook this mixture until a
small amount dropped in cold water
will easily become brittle. After that
a tablespoonful of vinegar should be
added. Boil it up once again and
turn into pans.
Hoarhound can be made with dried
leaves, too. Steep a large table
sponful of the leaves in a cupful of
boiling water for about an hour.
Strain it well. To the liquid put two
cups of brown sugar. Put it over the
fire and stir till the sugar is dissolved.
Add a tablespoonful of vinegar and
boil till the candy breaks when!
dropped' ih""cbld waterrDrop on a
buttered .pa'per or put into a pan and
OPERA -'STAR SHUNS EUROPE
WHILE WAR RACES
Mme. Julia Clausen, contralto" for
the Chicago grand opera company, is
one of the several Europeans who are
"Seeing America" this summer be
cause "war has changed Europe from
a pleasure ground to a graveyard."
Mme. Clausen has just completed a
cross-the-country trip in a- motor car.
By rubbing the bathtub with a
crumpled newspaper as soon as it is
thoroughly dry, every bit of grease,
soap, lint and the marks from the
water will be easily and quickly re
moved. It is not necessary to do any
scouring if the' tub is smooth, but it
is quite necessary thatit'be diys