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Her Daughter and His Son
4 Great Married Life Story by
I IDAH McGLONE GIBSON j
HER DAUCHTER AND
A BATTLE OF WITS. .
i . . .
jmt quaintanccsblp with Clement .lohnson.
HHLH the manoser of the cafe where I had
PcflSiB worked, when the nurse returned, r-efore
I - '"race hafl .-in opportunltj lo stop her,
... ISctBBI the nurse, not knowlnu me or my mis
RSSfill xlon. nnd apparent!) fenrinp n reprimand
CjTCR9flH from Grace, hlurtcil out:
BfflQjH "I know I have been gone Innp-er than
eSSB 'you expected Mr. Halaey, and I'm sorry.
HLH lint I hurried eve-cry minute. I got the
jffH promise ol the society 'ditms of all tho
HH I-npern to print your notice promln nil'
H and they nil s cmed eager to ret the pic
HjH tutes I Kve them of you your hus
mi Lbh "Grace!" I exclaimed in horror, "what
HMHI Hid you rend to the newspapers? Do
H know I've nf-iit limn- trying lo koop this
H out of the paper and protect you and
HP "I thought you nnd Mr Halaey would
HHj do that." replied Graea." nnrl .1.
9rJHH terminer to have mj notices, i want
HRjH eryone to know that 1 hid married tft
J' : Kenneth Hals Kennel .i- .
" fec' on'li ahout it My position Is quite
I H .. BSSUri 1 nj I i
hUM whnt ti id you say in youi notices I
LrfH pleaded. "Did you sn that Kin is in a
bdjfJM "Of course I lldn't boob) Von don't
quHH sQuppose I wnni the public to know thnt
SSikm "iy himlmnJ war. made ill by drinking on
Jm1 tils wedding night, yo -i mcrel
IjytB tatwj Ken aril I had stolen a march on
A "in many frieni man dear, i
m hdpi you arc on and married
W; quietly last evening tnd ' bellovi I
jtSSm lhut we should pruhaQly (?o south for
I 1 1 tbc wintei '
mABH l drew a sigh of relief as I said: "Then
'iSenfl mlwlon here Is flnlnhd. 1 .shall taJct
TMHaB 'Our explanation of the license hack to
TojO Mr Halscy."
Qgj7f3fB "You can also take the murrl-iK' eerli
kR-jjH icate. If you want to. Ann No. I riu-ss
tSSl-J 1 had hetter hnni: rn t. that. By th( v a)
' wlnt ar-- OU SO n . I Oil I'Oll
HiHa needn't look so innocent. I've known all
VilH ,n-v tna' -vo" l,P'-'d to tnarry Ken
T'.tM fOinc day yourm If. Oh. 1 know mi. Ann.
jfiwW in spite of the pretense of your inde
ffl-sV pendent way, you are Quite as anxious
-aBflH to be supporte d nnd tnk-n care of ns I
t M um- The difference between us is that I
uBBv uncle wigcily and the white
9H Y.pyripht I -'-" Al.Vh-r.- . .p;...-r
J B n'll ate,
HH "Come on. Uncle Wiggll?! Coma cn!"
H cried Nurse Jane Fussy V.'uizy to the
Mt hunny rabbit gentleman In his hollow
PWj, stump bungalow one mornini "Don't
R93ff ' you want to help inc?" v
jaJ "What is It now. wash morning? Ad
jBI do you want me to help put up the line?
H asked the bunny gentleman, as hi
down the ' ar.isti-r rail. lie WOS Feeling
MBH spry and chipper, for Christmas was only
H about a week off.
j "Oh. no. this isn : wash day.' said Miss
k Fuiiy Wuiay, tho muakrat laiy hou.se-
- y ' icr "But I 1 you
JBH would like to helf trie feed the birds.
KfBH There has been quite a anow S i rm and
U the ground Is covered with white flakes.
jSTgS . so tho birds ennnot pick up any seeds. I
always feed the bird? at the back "r
JrJH of the hollow stump bungalow f'-r .1
BfiflpSBl snow Ktorm, and l thou-,-iit perhaps you
?'T7I might lik. tr.- b.-ii.
l-SSm "Indeed I shall be m st happy to
'"3,' kelp!" spoke Uncle VS iccih Then gh Ing
: j9B ills pink nose an trn ilnkl- r two
mR 90 'l wouldn't be cold and shiver) when
si'tpK h1" went c-ut doors, the bunny rali it iren-
:-' 2t tli rn. r, took some breail rumb fr. m the
jgflaf tablo and began to help Nurao Jane
V teed the birds
A flock of sparrows and s"arllncs hail
V: T mthcred at the back door of the hollow
''i&iaw stump bungalow, chipping, 'he ln(; and
jjSSB whistling as they saw th- muskrut lady
HH scatter the rum'-s The birds were
HH hungry, for on a ..unt of the snow the)
RjH had not been able to find any seeds that
IflH Uncle Wlgglly crushed som-- "".r I
yfr broad in i i- i i m and tossed 1
1 tt out on the, snow As he u i this lie
IfHp noticed one bird, different Ir'tn any of
v J the others, fly down ff the fence .'.rid
ftMf begin to eat.
' Tho bird was almoal the color of the
a olatc that Bab) Bun) I in hool I
aaagaa at rirst L ucie i (.-,;. is tuougnt nils i im
''j was a sparrow
!H9B "But I never saw a sparrow with two
HIB white lines of feathers down each side
HHj of Its tail." spoke the bunny uncle.
"Hello, there, queer bird"' called the
S&a bunny gentleman. "Are you a sparrow,
ReTIM and did you get those two white marks
HlfeSH on your tall for being good in school"
QlH The bird stopped ea'.lnc emm's ami
HHt looked at Uncle Wiggily and Nun-" Jnr.e.
1 "I am not a sparrow," answered the
jdBfM feathery chap. "1 am what is called a
JfiSBB slate - colored Junco, and l don 'I know
!3a8l Just Hthy I havo those two line of white
J feathers on my tall Only l iiavi alv
, had them there two white marks end
J so have all my friends In the Junco
i)3r J family First let mi thank you for giving
and the othi r birdi orumb cobl
, M morninK' " went on the Junco. "Then let
1 SjB me ask you If you don I like my two
,, 1 i Uncle Wlgglly?"
, "Oh. 1 like them
4ttH said the bunny rabbit gentleman. "By
ui ' jtiJB means of them I can easily tell you from
KH the other birds. Those white marks on
; ' our tall show vei even In th
ilark, I Imagine. As for the crumbs;, you
ItEsaB ar0, vcr" welcome to them."
JiB The other birds chirped and twittered
sH tlu-lr thanks to Uncle Wiggily and Nurse
Jane and keit on eating the Junco, with
LtfB tho white marks on his tall, picking UP
' y ' crumbs vitn the snarrows and starling)
Vor several daya after that, while the
H snow lasted, the bunny gentleman and
H hia muakrat i idy It iui el fed thi
' birds and the whlt marked Ju as
always on hand to eat the crumbs.
JtMgH One evening aboui a week after she
jHH had begun to feed the birds, ami when
1&9H the warm sun had melted awav the snow
f Sfflfl for the time being. Nurse Jan" said to
! jfS L'ncle Iggil)
"Let's go to the pictures tonight'
liPpM "All right! I'm willing' " answered the
ilJH bunny gentleman, and when It was darl
(jB enough they went to the Hollow Tree
rjjjuH theatre, where, moving plcturoa were,
"My. how dark It Is!" said Ntuc Jane. I
ijL'IB an slit walked along bidding l'ncle SVIg-
vjiMH glly's' paw. "ro you sure you can find
1 ISnaH ' our way home again? It is too cold la I
ggtV take out our lightning bug lantern."
hgH "Oh, I think I can find my way ba-lc." j
djcggfl said the hunny gentleman. "Maybe the
PjM moon will come out before we start for
sejggH But It did not. and when Uncle Wig- '
jffifBB gilv and (Curse Jane left the picture j
HflH show having enjoyed It very much. It
l was as black as th Inside of an Ink J
VI bottle, to sav nothing of lte cork.
HgV ii. I'm afraid"' said Nurse .lane, as
inm honest about it: I don't lie to myself
1 know what I Want and go after It. You
ina call me selfish If sou wish, Arm but
j mother and I have Stared OOS1 rl In tin
face too long. Vc hnvo 1011 living Ifp
lour principle for the last vears. nnd
for mothers sde I felt It my duty to
I make a briiiinnt marriage financially.
I You. of oourae, can do as you plcasn.
(Ann, for you have neither fother or moth
I Cr "
I Was thero .i .-light intonation of irony
put upon tha word "father." or was It
my sensitiveness? I didn't know, and
.t i answered
"No. I have no one who spells "dut ' to
me, but even in your position. Grace, I
I could not subscribe to your philosoph
or llv.- your life.
"Oh. you're lying to yourself again."
she -fil In tie rc.ost leilth-.- tone sh
bud lined ct. Th. gi?ntlc Grace Cameron
of childhood was gone- The refinement
cite wter which had been here i
inheritance had yielded to tV.e training of
s calculating mother. The old exterior
of gentle ii.i h Qraci still hod. Btn In
any situation which niifh-l her ! i n
C n tlaahcd nature as hard nnd
cold nnd selfish as the moat WOrJUII) oi
women ilrin. I .melon's mother was nox
r..lnr. 1,.. . alio I,,,. c.-u-l "Von like
all other women," continued Grace, a"o
ept the Inevitable. You didn't get Ken
ncth and 1 did. so you're making a virtue
of your defeat. 1 despise that kind Ol lt
For n mon'cnt I was too furlou to
reply. When l had coniKsid myself. I
"I am not defeated Ora. e. Th- time
I will coino when Kenneth will find you
out. and realize thai lie m v r r.-all
Cared for ou. but that his sen.s wen
I Infatuated. God Ilt on the day that
this realiaatlton comes to him."
W ill it come agth your help. Ann?"
ifJiHce OmcMn uttered this quostion liwi
Iguldly. tanalltlngly affecting an uncon
cern she little I. II TISMigh her hp-
smiled with pretended self-confidence, hoi
eyes smouldered with hale, nnget and
f.-.,r I'l l ;ac . t'liini-ron intnllivcl) BOO
the Inevitable end? 1 could only won
dec. Then I spoke.
I shall do nothing to open Kenneth' -eves,
hut It will not be lor your sake
that I ivm.iln silent, but tOI his "
Tomorrnw The Sins of the Father.
H BEDTIME STORIES
H BY HOWARD R. GARIS
she stumbled along, holding l'ncle Wlg-
gily s paw.
I There Is nothing to be afraid of."
i Spoke the bunny gentlemafi 1 Keep close
1 to me anl I'll had yotl noma It Is not
far and Ugh! Umnl ' suddenly grunted
I Uncle Wlggily.
"What's the matlcr?'.' asked Nur.-e
"Well, i seem to have gotten "ff tht
1 iiath in the Clark, ' the hunny gentleman
answered "1 bum ed in., pink twinkling
: nose against a tree! '
"( i'i dear' cried Nurse Jane. "We're
lost In the dark. " And trul.. It did sc. in
no No one of the Otl r animals were go
ing Undo Wlgglly'S way and In the dark
he could not find the path to his l.ollow
But. all of a sudd; n there appeared out
of the darkness, in front of Uncle V.'lg
gty and Nnr.-e Jane, two White mark.-,
side by side, nnd a voice said
''Follow ma and I will lead vou saf.-ly
'"Who are you?' nuked 'die hunny.
"The Junco," was the answer, "t can
see In the dark I will flutter on ahead
and J "U ran follow the vrhlte marks of
i',' jos ' ' cried Nurse Ian- sb
and the bunny followed the white fn.ar.'.
which they could plainly s.-c In tne dark,
anrl soon "they were safely home. The
Junco had he), ed them because they gave
him crumbs .And If the Juin Ing Jack
ill .n t fall down In the apple barrel
when he trh-s to skip rope with the rub
ber balL I 11 tell you next about L'ncle
w Igglly amt the wpod duck;
Pop was i moaklng ami thinking and I
was doing my arlfrntdlck homework and
wishing 1 wasenf and 1 sed, Aw. heck",
this is a heck of a Ixamplc, I can't do It
Never say can't, there is no sutch werd
OS cant, do vou know wat the greatest
thing in the werld la? sed pop
Yi s. sir. a mountain. I stsl. and pop
sed. I don't me en grate in the seiits pf
big. I mean grate In the sentB of Im
portant, and the greatest thing in the
v . rl 1 I.' I" r - cv rants Mi em t a in are big.
yes, but perseverants can move n .m
tains. peraeveronta can do cnythlng
Can it make kool as io-nl as m ing
I'lctures, iop I sed, and pop sod It can
do cnythlng I told juu, perseverants won
the war and with pcrscverauts you can
do that ixamplc-. AUways perseveer no
matter wat oiire doing or how hard It
seems, anil you will be a grate man.
And he krpp on smoaktng and thinking'
and I started to feel perseverlng. and
the more perSeveerlng I fcltAhe more the
Izampie came out rong tin my perse
verants was all wore out. and all of a
sudd in I goot a good ideer. saying. Hay,
Wats the news? s. d pop. nnd I sed i'jii
I have a dime for the movies, pop?
Ahslloolly. no. dfdent I till "
i were throo with the movies for this we U !
s-d poo. and I sed. Well aw O. pop larit
Wat do you think no meens. yes? sed
pop. and I :el. No r'.r. but will sou please
Iop. wont you. pop? and pop sed. Say,
look heer are you growing batt) ! I 'mi
you know by this time that I allways say
i wat I mcen?
Yes sir. but gosh. G, pop can I? I Bed,
j Arc you WCrklng for a licking? sed pop.
j and I nird. No sir. im perscveering, ani
! POP SCd. I) 1 See well I neglected to tCll
you that no matter how niiitih vou perse
vcer. If somebody ells perseveen still
more, Its no use. and in this partic-kttlar
cose somebody elts will perseveor still
Me. ning him. Wlch he did
JURY FINDS IDAHO
TWIN PAULS, Ida.. 1 -. 17. Aftei
one hour of deliberation, jury in tin
district court Wednesday afternoon re
turned a verdict declaring ir. v- H.
Sawyer, osteopath, guilty of perform-1
ing n major .surgical examination with
out being provided with a state license
prescribed In such cases. I
The action is regarded as a test stiltj
t . , r
MODERN BRIDE ADDS WEDDING GOWN I
TO WARDROBE AFTER "DAY OF DAYS"
For reception wear, plain panel replaces long square train of wedding gown
I By ( OKA MOORE.
New York's Pashlon Viitliorlty.
N B W TORK, Dec 17. No longer
' docs the bride preserve her wedding'
gown all done up in tissue paper
with dead rose leaves. Sentiment ap
' peai'S to have given way to sense. The
most, popular iveddlng gown is tho
one that is obviously designed so that
it can lie worn as n reception Crock
ADVENTURES F THE TWINS
ESV OLIVE ROBERTS EARTON
WASP WEASEL GETS PUNISHED
I '-Whore did Wasp Weasel go? ' asked
Nick, as he and Nancy rushed breath
lessly Into Mrs. Woodchuck's bedroom
where she had been getting all the beds
ready for the family's winter llci ,'
Mrs. Woodchucic didn't Say a word hut
nodded toward .i hump under on. of the
blankets. f course if she had said two
words or ten. Nancy and Nick would not
land was brought by the stele law en
forcement department to determine
the right of osteopaths to perforin
surglc.il operations or prescribe medi
The trial occasioned considerable In;
teres! .nnong laymen as well ad among
physicians and osteopaths of the state.
Several osteopaths wire called here
Irom other Idaho towns a.s witnesses.
Penalty for the offense Dr, Sawyer is
. declared lo have committed provides a
fne of from $lt0 to $1000 and one
year's Imprisonment in tho county
All proceedings looking to appeal of
the case to I he supreme court have
been prepared attorneys' for Dr.
Sawyer. Sentence is to be Imposed to
after It has served its primary purpose
on the "day of flays." . v
A well-known designer turned out
this gown for one of New Y'nrk's most
popular Christinas brides. When the,
wedding la over, the veil of tulle with
its edging of real lace will be cue
fully rempvefl and packed away. But
tin- gown Itself will he taken along
in one of the trousseau trunks to bo
worn as a -charming reception gown.
it s .in original model. A narrow
i she wasn't going to Interfere, because I
I Wasp was a general nuisance and sho
didn't like him :it all. e had always
worried the life out of Wobbly, her own j
deai boy. and Wnii. her husband, hud i
just said the other day that Hut there'
: That s not the story.
Suddi-nh Nancy grabbed two corners!
of the blanket-, between which Wasp v.asj
j crouching, and at UfO faun' time Nick
I grabbed the other two. Tlu n tluy pulled1
Such -i Ll.mVct to '.si no as the r.v,;..l ij.j
have udnerstood. for that scamp Wasp
Weasel had swallowed their charm and
then run away! That is why they were
J Suddenly nn idci occurred to Nick and
I lo whispered it to his sister.
I Nainy laughed softly and ondded.
"Let's do it right away." she whispered
and tiptoed quietly to the lop of the bed
At the same lime Nick took his place
at the foot. Mrs. Woodchuck wondered
what It was all about but suld nothing
If aiiylhlne was nlut to ''a'iin lo Wnsn
The house In which America is
supposed lo have reo-iveil ii name
In 1607 Stjl stands in St. Die,
I the covers clear off the bed, never let - ,
1 ting go their hold.
"Givi us our charm. Wasp." said Nick
severely, "or we'll shake you up." Wasp
La lire still and never let on he heard.
I Thnt settled it: Such a blanket tOSsillS
as the rascal l"t. he'll never forget. I'm
' sure, nor the iosr-on either.
And tho charm Jumped right out of I
I his mouth with the Jolting.
Nam s grabbed II and tucked It awav
safely, and the twins departed
(Copyright. l'.'-'O. N. K. A.)
MONTANA MAN BACKED
FOR CABINET POSITION
WASHINGTON, Doc. 18. Strongly
backed bi prominent Republicans
from the west who arc now ut Wash
ington, Governor-elect Joseph M. Dix
on is being urijeil ns the man best
; fitted for appointment to Senator
Hurdtng's cabinet as secretary of inte
rior. It is reported that within n few
days senatorial and congressional en
dorst ment of Dixon will be laid before
i tin- president-elect.
Doupl has been expressed by Dixon's
i friends as to whether or not he would
consider an appointment of this na
ture. In view of his recent election us
One of thp most distinguished phy
sicians in South America is Dr
truest inn I'erez. of Chile, the daughl
I i ol D washerwoman.
skirt of ivory satin with a scalloped
edge, forms the foundation. I vet
this is a surplice tunic that Is lifted
at the back, forming side draperies.
A lace-trlmmed panel that continues
into a long, square train is made re
movable so that for reception wear,
the plain panel may be suhstlttiteii
and the beautiful wedding gown be
comes 0 frock entirely suitable for
any occasion calling for a sumptuous
Dr. James I Vance
Why was man given the ability he has'.'
Ho possesses a genius for hln task. His
fingers seem to naVS bSSS made for Just
that kind Of work. His brain seems 10
throw off thought for Just such activity.
UN mental reactions are swift and ac
curate. He seems to have been built io
do the thing he Is doing
Why" Wu-s It a. i ld nlnl or intentional '
Is the man thus equipped f .r In- work
ii order that he may use ' ni cent of
his ability, and let Che other 50 pi r cent
go to waste?
You would not erect a hundred horse
power engino to run a Un-horscpowcr
The plan W not for all men lo do th
same amount t work but for each man
to do his best.
If Qod M'i ' n hundred per cent man
to do only a fifty per cent Job. why did
lie not make him a liftv per cent man"?
Why build a ten-talent personality to
fill a one-talent personality's place?
Vet much of modern industry Is i-on-
docted on tins basis.
The best way to help a weak man Is
not to make yourself half s man. TWO
horsed are hitched to the same WOJfon
One is a powerful beast, the other Is
Spavined. The strong horse will best help
his mate, not by reducing his haul to a
capacity of a .spavined horse, but by
pulling all the luad ho can.
It Is so in life Don't be afraid you
will work yourself out of a job. Thcr
Is too much to be done. The skilled
man who declines to use his powers will
find that they atrophy. There Is a WOTS4
penalty for Inefficiency than a reduced
Wh must do our best with what we
have and make the most of what
Instead of whining over circumstances,
complaining of hard lu k clamoring for
z chance, just "do with your might
whatsoever your hands find to do."
By Kdgwr A. OssWl
THE BOASTFUL OORE
1 do not mind the man who brags about
his kith and kin.
Although 1 think his family -was good
I to lake him in;
I do not mind the braggart who pro
claims his youngster's worth
For boastful parents I have found the
finest folks on earth;
But oh protect me from the man who
swells his chest to tell
; How some on. Ne has faijed where he'd
havo really done It well.
I can abide the man who. boasts a little
of his skill.
Though sihnce on that lolnt I think
would grace him better still;
With patience I will hear the man who
speaks with honest pride
if what he gives lo charity. If truth,
' is on his side;
I But I confers I try to shun the man.
whoe'er he be.
Who claims that no one else on carta
knows quite as much as he.
It is a natural trait to brag, all do ll
more or less. "
Though what nrc and what wo do,
is proved by our success;
And 1 an patient he with men whose
worth all people know
The while they readily admit each flat
tering speech fs so.
I But oh. defend me from the man who
let:- his boosting run
I When some one else has tried an1 failed.
I to tell what heel havo done.
BUY YOUR XM AS GIFTS
At the Little Hardware Store J
"ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING"
Cut Glass Silverware Manicure Sets, Toys, Wagons,
Sleigha and Skates
PRICES THAT GO WITH YOUR POCKET BOOK.
BOYLE HARDWARE GO. H
Twenty-fourth Street and Hudson Ave.
RVCAN-MAID hreao II
ORDER FROM YOUR OROCER
Coarse salt is one of the most effective
wars of cleaning off ley steps and side- (
Have on hand a few pounds of com
mon ordinary barrel salt, ready for rnme
morning when the weather has changed
for the worse in the night. A thin sprin
kling of the salt will save time and hard
work Scraping off dangerous Icy places.;
The salt melts the Ice. inalflnK it possi- j
hie to sweep or ehovel without breaking
the frozen coatlnif with a separate tool.
MENU FOR TOMORROW
) .: ' r.tst Halves of grapefruit, soft-I
boiled cgtrs. toast, coffee.
Uuneheon Pimento puff, brown bread ;
and butter sandwiches, little pickled cu-l
cumbers, ejrslesg cake. tea.
inncr (ream -f tomato soup, broiled'
herring, scalloped polatoe". beets In or
ange sauif. iruit salad, crackers and
MY OWN RSC I PES.
Herring Is one of the nicest kinds of
fish to aervo as It can be boned easily .
and is not too f.it Half a fish Is usually I
counted as a "portion." In broiling fish i
U.c fn:-h side Is cooked first and the'
skin side Just enough to crisp the skin.
2 eups canned corn
1 teaspoon catsup
., cup stale bread crumbs
Salt and pepper
r'.jl. pirie-nii.es through fiev--. Add crn
catsup, aalt and pepper. Add yolks of
'eggs beaten till thick and lemon colored
1 Uo.-u whites of eggs till stiff and dry and
fold Into first mixture Turn Into but
tered tlmbale or custard cups and bake
r-.ii minutes in a pan half filled with hot
irater. Serve ;it or.ee. This may be b.il -ed
In a baking disb.
cups dark brown sugar
l 'j cup nutter
1 cup sour milk
; n cups flour
i teaspoon soda
I , 4 teaspoon cinnamon
, yk teaspoon nutmeg
! cup raisins
' teaspoon salt
i ream butler and sugar Sift flour he
' fore measuring. Seed and chop raisins
irnl sift 1 cup of flour over thorn Add
flour and seasoning to first mixture AdJ
milk with soda dissolved in 11 Add rais
ins la.si. Bake in a loaf In a moderate
: oven for r.ii minutes.
It s always darkest just before dawn.
, but it's amazing how dark it can get
before it's reached the darkest.
Uncle Sam. ML D.
DRYING CLOTHES IN THE HOUSE
Q. It has often come to my mind a-',
to whether It gives n liealtn'ul atmosphere'
to dry clothes In the house where there
I is stove heat or whether such a proceed -
ing produces a condition that makes one
. take cold more easily. Can vou advise
, A. I do not think drying one or two
! articles by the stove would have any
i i-ad effect on the atmosphere of the
I room However. If so many articles ore
I drying that the air Is saturated with
' moisture and the room seems steaming
I most of the time. 1 do not think this Is
i good for cither you or the baby.
Q. Mv eve lids arc Inflamed, or "Ide
pharifls'"? as physicians call It. I'leas--give
advice as mv eyes are In a lwd eon
A The blepharitis you describe should
he rarefulh treated until the IIOs nn
quite well. The condition inav Indicate
i some serious eye trouble which you should
I havo treated at once. I should advise
1 you to go to an oculist or to the eye
, clink of the best hospital In your city
. NITRATE OF SILVER FOR WOUNDS.
Q. Please advise me whether or not
n1tr.Hi- of silver will do any harm to
a wound.' What Is the best thing to do
to keep a wound open so thnt It ma
drain, a.s when it heals It gives consid
erable Kjln and when open not mar so
much? This is an old tore, the result
of an injury.
A Nitrate of silver Is usually applied
to a wound to destroy excessive granula
tion of tissue; that Is, proud flesn."lflood
.judgment is required In the use of this
caustic. A common method of keeping
.i uound open B0 that it may drain la bj
Inserting a wick of gauze, or. perhaps,
,-imnll piece of rubber tubing. I would
urge ou to seek ijualif ieil medical at
tention ut once.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BY ALLMAN
MRS rvFP I HEARD VOU WERE I WJI ( AVE VuU EVEE VJ0RKE 0 " " ) P Zl V, I Q ZIZ VieiL.tVd VJlUm-a TO PAN j
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OHEm I'M SiMDWG HER OVER. yJ H " J SIX PFFEREJT - CMUOPesJ! WE MAV6 WEveb COmPla ij UY 'M ?
-TOSEEV00-PWYW.0WMWM L MlSS ( ptACES IN THE OW L IT XL H 1 Wl AFTERNOONS OUT ' DE AUTMOeiLE?'
ABOUT WEH P-JjTVW CAN TALfe f ' , PgJ MORE THAN LLJ7
HEP.-, y 1 1 , 7 I M 'NT H-S j -Tj K.05WTHEFAMUV j l-y,
Wheat, cwt $3.50 I
Bran, cwt $2.35 J
Corn, cwt $2.20
Cracked Corn, cwt . $2.35 1
Frost Free Potatoes $1.70
Onions $1.70 IH
Alfalfa or Timothy j
Hay, 100 lbs.. . $1.25
Beef Scraps $5.90 1
Why feed oreen meat with 30 per I
cent water" I 1
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CORN IN LOTS AT SPECIAL I
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ti J I
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Liniment helps drive away 1
rheumatic twinges. J
WHY endure pain wlion vou know i
Sloan's Liniment will relievo it TH
I promptly? It couldn't remain the
Worlri'i i Inlmt ai for 39 j gra If it
n i in. hi-, beneficial in relieving H
tiioumatir achrs s' iff joints, sore mus
Cles, lumbago, lame back, neuralgia. I IH
I strains, bruises and the results of - j IH
posure to bad weather. t
Pcnetratt-s without rubbing, leaving i'; IH
!no stained skin, closged pores, mUflgl 1 IH
nesfl A pain and ache liniment tha: l
.stands alone in doing what it is meant
j to do Get a bottle today and keep l! 7'
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33c 70c. $1 The large! I most !
onomli i H
Ml Umi iown I
i low Feels Fine i
"Eatonic is the only thing I hsvs
found to atop my heartburn and 1
tliinlf it has been a great help in
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An upeft stooiach may cause lota
of 6i)Qrinej bU over the Liody. Kst-jniii J.
helps in such caiea by removing tlie
eanso of tbs misery, because it takes
up and came out tho excess acid ,j
and gaseg and keeps the digestive j
erpans in natural working order. A
tablet after meals is all you ntu'd.
Hig box cost only a trine with
Cuticura Soap fl
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