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HSB RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM WEDNESDAY NOV. 6, 1918.
PAGE 7. V. r - Jl' MRJ ELIZABETH THOMPSON In reply to J. M. H.: You should consult with a good physician before you decide to accept the position out of town. s I should say that your wife is .n need of strong discipline to bring her out of her present condition. Prob ably you have always done all the sacrificing and she is so used to it that she would not be willing to move away even for your Rood. Do not make all the sacrifices. If you take this step do so fearlessly and do not let her tears or hysteria weak en you. Probably her condition is mental rather than physical. She imagines a great deal of her suffering. : If you can, take her to a nerve spe cialist In some large city, and have him diagnose the case. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young bride of two months. , Before I was married my husband was very thoughtless and inconsiderate. Ho could not resist going with certain girls, but I forgave him. We live with his people, and every night since we were married he has left me and gone uptown. Do you think he still goes with girls even though he is married. He still thinks a great deal of the one girl he used to go with before he , met me, I be lieve. Do you think he just married me for spite? WORRIED. I have no way to Judge why your husband married you or whether he is faithful now. You should insist up on living. in a home by yourselves. Un less you can make a home for him, you and he will grow apart.. He certainly should not go away every evening and leave you. - Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have been going with a -boy ever since I moved to this town.' I loved him from the first time I saw him and he seemed to love me. But this morning he didn't even speak.' He talked to the girl I was with. I can't get along without him. What can I do to win his love? WONDERING E. We have to do a lot of things which we think at first it will be impossible to do. Your only course is to give up the boy absolutely. Do not think about him or expect him to return. Time softens even the deepest suffer ing. It you are brave at first you will not find it as hard as you expect to forget the boy. , ' metals and welding materials, his heat? ing apparatus and boilers.; ' When he was at work be was a different fellow from the carefree chap of the drawing room, in nia KnaKi trousers ana Diue flannel shirt, sleeves rolled up and face smutted, he was the personification of industry and resolution. The Ferrol children worshiped hiro as a sort of composite fairy godfather, man from Mars and Santa Claus. Lit tle Jack was in a chronic state of beatitude, for if he was not actually playing with Uncle Ned's drills and hammers, be was always hoping to be given that delectable treat if he was "a good old scout and did everything his mother and sister told him to." And while Edith's days were fuller than ever and her money problems heavier for divvle a cent, did young brother contribute to the household budget, and sakes alive, he did eat hearty she was happy and her heart 'was full of hope. ; (To be continued-) FORTUNE BECKONS Edith's brother, Edgar Flowerton, was one of those happy-go-lucky crea tures who. having no grudge against life, radiate friendliness and cheer as a comfortable pussycat gives off purs. Edgar had supreme confidence in him self. He took failures with the non chalance of a Juggler who drops a ball or two Just to Bhow you the diffi culty of his feat and the ultimate triumph of his skill. He seemed to think everybody was or ought to be Interested in his work, Just as they would be in a new in vention of Edison's. Had any stranger on the street walked up to Flowerton , and said, "I know you; you're the young chap who has thought out that Instantaneous waterheater! I want the hinor of helping vou t" s ?ocess. Take this million dollars and do with It as you please!" Edgar would have accepted the aid without surprise or any particular sense of obligation. He would have smiled his appreciation and entertained the benefactor with his own money, but with such charm that the man would have failed after ward to recall whether his debtor had promised to repay or not. Ned had not been at the Ferrol home a week before all Arcadia was more or less under the spell of his handsome person, his gay manner and the air of success he managed to throw about him. Only John Ferrol regarded his deb onair brother-in-law with unimpassion ed friendliness. Ferrol had painstak ingly examined Ned's Invention and was a good deal surprised at the boy's ingenious work. He believed there was something practical there, and something profitable if certain details could be worked out, the model com pleted, the patents acquired.. He must keep Ned steadily at work, that was the main thing. The contrivance was for small houses and claimed a vast improvement over any heater yet devised. Soon the Blakes and the Fenns and other neigh bora of the Ferrols were interested in it. And all the women of all ages were interested in Ned himself. There was no mistaking that Edith, womanlike, was proud of her grdlooking brother. She forgave Lil Blake for past offenses great and small as soon as Lil began to rave over Edgar, and promptly invited her and her debutante niece for luncheon. When Martha Fenn told Edith that Ned Flowerton had the most charming manners and delightful personality she had ever seen, Edith's heart warmed more to her than ever. She told every body that she "had brought him up," though as a matter of fact she was but clx years bis senior and had not la'd eyes on Ned since four summers before. In short, Edith Ferrol was Joyously happy at Ned's coming and listened eagerly when John one night said with wholesouled earnestness: "Well, Edie, guess we'll have to put up our surplus on friend brother's little toy! I've bad Thomsen from the Light and Power Company look the thing over and he's sure it's a go. Al Blake and a mechanical chap he knows think the same and advise me to take the in vention seriously. Ned Bays it posi tively won't take more than five hun dred dollars to put the finished heater on the market and I well, girl, I'm going to advance him enough right away to complete the working model. If that proves up, I really think we'd better risk the rest." Edith's eyes filled. "Oh, you dear old boy!" she whispered into Irs neck, her voice husky with love and grati tude. "You will never regret it! Ned won't disappoint us. I know he has genius; somehow I I've always felt it." , It was a poor argument, but it had its weight with Ferrol nevertheless, for he loved his wife, had faith in her Judgment, and was fast losing his doubts of Edgar's ability. And sure enough, the boy did set to work in dead earnest. He fitted up the Ferrol cellar with his "Junk.V as he cheerfully called his tools, his FROM TOAT COLD? Colds and coughs are quickly relieved by Dr. King's New Discovery Uobcdy ebould feci "perfectly ml cralla" from a cold, cough or bronchic! cttick Tor very lor.g. For it takes only a Litis v.-!iil8 to relieve t and ret bad ca ths road to recovery wnea Dr. juzzs i-ixw discovery iz te:tr.lully us:L Jtt coon loosens tbspUm, re Bare throat. -ir!nT pnmM Ilalf a century old and more popular today than ever. 60c and $1.20. Make Your Bowels Echave I.Iaks them function with crtify!r.g precision. If regulation orthe diet does not relieve their torpidity Dr. lung's New Life Pills will. 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Use SA-VAN-EQ in cookies, puddings, desserts, salad dressing, breading muffins, gravtes in everything, in l-.t, where ordinarily you have used eggs. Boy SA-VAN-EQ at your grocer. Th 2Sc package saves over $1. THE NACMA COMPANY Chicago Manufacturers 'i'"n Whitewater, Ind. , As there were no new cases of. in fluenza the schools opened Monday after being closed four weeks on ac count of influenza. .. .Mrs. Anna Mat-. chner received word that her son. Donald Mutchner of the Great Lakes is in the hospital with the mumps. ,. . Mr. and Mrs. George Weller and son, Lawrance, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of Richmond was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weller and son Sunday... Mrs. Alva Murphy and daughter of Richmond is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Cal Eastman. ..... Max Addleman and Willard Blose spent Sunday with Gayle Hunt.. W. G. White spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert White and son, Leon, of Losantsville .Mrs. Thomas of Hollansburg was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Staley last Fri day.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson and daughter, Marjorie entertained 1 Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann-1 Ing and - family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Manning and family, all of Un ion City, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stout of Richmond, Miss Belva . Newson of Elizabethtown and Mr. and Mrs. Jun Robertson and family. ..Mrs. Bess Hunt of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hunt... .Mr. and Mrs. Charles White and daughter, Mil dred and .Mr- and Mrs: Oscar White and family was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgs of New "Paris Sunday ...vBryom Stettler and family of Hol lansburg has moved to our town.... Mr. and Mrs. Will Blose of Richmond spent Sunday . with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blose..'. .Miss Alice Ross spent the week-end - with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller of Hollansburg, 0 1.: . . Mr. and Mrs-T Frank .Mar-man of Fountain City entertained Sunday Mrnd Mrs. Luke Fisher. .Mr. and Mrs. John Coppock and daughter, Mildred spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs. Elbert Coppock rf Hollansburg, O. .. .Mr. and Mrs. C, E, Stemple and son Jan was the guests of Mr. and Mrs Lewis Welsh Sunday .-. . . . Misses Maryam and Josephine Woods spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs:. Oscar Blose and family.. ..Mr. and . Mrs. Jerry Baker of Richmond was the guest of Mrs. Laura Freeman Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Shirly White and son spent Sunday with Mrs. Jen nie Addleman. . . .Mr.- and Mrs. John Ross and daughter, Alice, entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steveson and daughter, Mrs.. Ethel Steveson and children of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Graver Miller of Hollans burg. .... .Mrs., Newson of Elizabeth town, Ind., is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robertson and fam ily Mrs Mae Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wright spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles- Staley. . . .Ed ward Wright of Niles, Mich., is stay ing with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wright.. ......Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Burt and family was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. GOVERNOR'S WIFE QUITS MUNITION PLANT , - TO AID VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC L.;.r -y-wr- t1 m I r S mZX) 'Ay. ti, i t Sf' c.-,, -.vA- Av"'. Sft Y -IN ; 1 1 i 1 v" V ' i - " ; I ' - .i - ' ' . 1 . .. .y . v....- r. I I.Irs. Westmoreland Davis, wife of Virginia governor, at bedside of influenza ." victim. . Mrs. Westmoreland Davis, wife of the governor of Virginia, is setting an example in patriotic service for her sisters in the state to follow. Until tecentiy Mrs. Davis had been working regularly in the powder department of a munition plant, going from the executive mansion to her bench every t'ay. When the influenza epidemic broke out and the need for nurses be- - m acute, Mrs. Davis felt she could better aid her country in fighting the u" and became a nurse at the John Marshall high school emergency hos pital. She is shovrii above at work. She is wearing a mask to protect her- 'f from he disease irerms. Morris Burt and family Sunday...... Elmer Newton spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bar ton.. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stettler and daughter, Willodean, spent Sun day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. N. E. 110 Are Registered in Night School Classes i:,v' - ; r- . ..... .. .. Machinery Is being placed in the high school machine shop this week by Vocational Director Molter before he leaves for St Louis on Saturday. The machine shop when complete will have six lathes, one planer, one milling machine, an emery stand, a high speed power saw. a high speed sensitive drill and drill press. One hundred and tea students reg istered for the night school Monday and they will probably continue to register this evening. All the classes are large. . . - " - BIDS FOR ELECTRIC CURRENT. OXFORD. O.. Not. 5 The village council met last evening to receive bids for furnishing electric current to the town. Robert Ashe, of Richmond, has a bid in; also a Middletown com pany. It is more than likely that council will award a contract, as the members are tired of putting up money for the municipal plant Alexander Mrs. Erma Anderson and Jimmy Anderson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtis Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Roberts and daughter spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Jennings.... Mr. and Mrs. Darling of Collett. Ind, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Henry Sunday. ...Church es were opened last Sunday. Rev. Livingood preached last Sunday night and he gave us an excellent sermon. . . . .Deskln Jones, another one ot out boys will leave next Monday for Camp Wad s worth, S. C. That will be thirty six that has sone -from Franklin township. . . . and at big hotels and clubs, East and West jffcet: Sales reports from 8 leading cities Just as received cur main ofHce last month ; Arm? and Navt Club, Washington, D. C t "Fatima sells bijjgert irrespective of price EzLLrvrrs-STRATTORD, Philadelphia! "Fatima outsells all other cigarettes, except two 25 -cent braads' Congress Hotel, Chicago: "Fatima is one of the leadlzj sellers araoaj the better brands' Hotel Astor, N. Y. Cityt "We sell more Fatimas thsa any other cigarette KOTTL Gresow, Cincinnati: "Fatima leads all other hrcnds in tsies" Hottl Snrros, Cincinnati: "More Fatimas are sold thsn any other cigarette Hottl Willard, Washington, D. C. i f "Fatina is bicsest-scliing cigarette Marshall Field's Gentlemen's Grill, Oueagot "Fatima is as big if not a bigger seller than any of the other high-class brands Officers Club, West Point: "More Fatimas smoked than any other cigarette The Ponchartraw, Detroit: "Fatima is the second bect-telliag brand" . Racquet Clcb, St. Louis: ' : "Fatima is largest seller Tes Shoreham, Washington, D. C. t "With one exception, Fatima is best seller Uxiom Club, Cleveland: "Fatima is one of the largest sellers Yale Club, New York City: "Fatima continues to be one of the three best sellers' FATIMA A Sensible Cfretis And Fatiir.a gives full, honest value in stead of "showy" looks. It is for every smoker who wants a ciparette that never "talks back," even if a man should smoke more often than usual. i