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SISTER MAR (Copyright, i920, (I? J&'A - >ao housekeepers think that it the !.. iu..G CLEANING is not clone by i. certain date the skies wilt tall anj ! Lie family will die ot a germ. In this day ot hardwood doors and i' rugs It is impossible for a house to accumulate the dust In hidden nooki that resulted from heavily earpetcl floors. The use of a vacuum-cleaner keeps any bouse clean and tree from dust and makes the spring cleaning more ot a freshening proposition. Until furnace flres, either one's own I or one'^f neighbor's are out of the season, new paper and curtains soon lose their pristine beauty. Tne renovation of a house Is dependent entirely on the weather. Menu for Tomorrow I BREAKFAST ? Halves of grapefruit, French toast, syrup, coffee. LUNCHEON ? Creamed sweetbreads In croustades, celery, mock cherry pie, tea. DINNRR Vllf Inof nnlnrv Banna steamed rice, vegetable salad, hardboiled egg drc/Ung, date pudding, coffee. My Own Recipes Try putting a dash of salt on breakJlM grapctrult Instead of sugar. It la -rtry stimulating to a jaded appetite, tad keep in mlndo that a tart fruit and cream or milk will not mix happily, Kiddles always want a cereal for breakfast and grapefruit Is not the fruit to give them. Orange Juice applies minerals without the amount of acid found In grapefrlut. Little folka makes It necessary to plan two Ulnde of a morning meal. Creamed Sweetbreads In Croustadcs I-2 pound sweetbreads 2 tablespoons butter II-2,. tablespoon flour Salt f'4- "Pepper | the daily"! | SHORT STORY ' Along Came J mi. By H .Louis Roybold. (IJT CERTAINLY whs a problem? I this knowing what to do when . you were a Sweet Girl Graduate of a week's standing with three post, tlons In the office to choose irom. Should she teach French In the local nigh school, become an assitant matte' Ton In the distant city home for wayward girls or take the Job of private |?j| secretary to the senior member of a well-known law Arm? There they were k og-three excellent opportunities, any P, 'one of which a girl might to glad to | Beize, ' I And, oh, to he sure, incidentally, there was yet otic more?namely, a \ position as wlfo of James Rittredge N Stuart, good-looking, rapidly rising, a very devoted friend of long standiug. W?, ? 1 1 I? - - ? wuv wai uai a tuiiCU 11CT lip HI UIF! y thought of following up her years and B yeju-a of study by?marriage. What a comedown! Any girl could be married but of aheiiHt of her. Barbara, lay unS ; conquered fields accessible to only the equipped few. She hadn't seen Jim for some time? . not stuce the Ivy Niglit dance when he had asked her for the fifth and, ac! cording to him, the final time, to marry ft' him. I "It may not be a modern idea, sweet ?., heart," he had urged as they stood in i antern hung balcony between jlwdances, "but I've a queer notion that I'd like to have you step from your ' father's hotne into mine?ours?with out the intervening knocking up If ! against tho world so many girls think essential today." Barbara .brought her thoughts back . to the present. It might not he a bad idea to ask Jim's advice in her dilemma. It really was one thing in Jim's favor that he was so dependable?always at hand when she wanted him. ^ Stretching out a slint arm, she de L tached the receiver of the telephone ^ on the stand, gave tho number, ana, as vine answer came, wonaerea wny Jim's voice, low and deep, always sent a * -; ."tSbUl over the wire. : "Jim, can't you come up some eve nlng? I've got to decide which ol three' positions to take and want your advice * *,* This evening? Good * What?you have a fourth posltior. for me? . Now, Jim?" But either Jim had hung up or the .connection was broken, and Barbara made no ettort to get It back. She was a bit provoked. Why wouldn't Jim be 1 l- It Depenc Jf you want the best ^ the best conditions, it all i | f.. We have the meat. other kind but the best. H 1|. Buy of us and we wi ery time. HERE ARE THIS SA Chuck OORoast Rib 34c Roast Round A*)& Steak Serlom /ie_ Steak 45C Porter House i Steak 4bC Veal Wr 4 Steak DDC Fresh 10r Fish JUC Hamberger on per lb. ??/C Chicago Dair _ ^ Y'S ICITCHENI ' a by toe N. E. A.) , ' , 1 CUp lOllk ; Stale b.ead Prepaid awcalbreaila by putting Into j cuitl water tur an hour, draining ana ( : parboiling In acidmaied halted water j i tur iu nilautub and blanching In cold / water, Separate la pieces, removing ( membrane. Make a suuee oI butter, ( ; liour anu milk. Add sweetbreads ana ( season. Cut bread two Inches thick , and shape In circles or squares. Cut , ! uut the center leaving a shell. Spread ' with butter and brown in a quick oven. Kill centers with creamed sweetbi eads. , Mock Cherry Pie. 1 cup raisins (seeded; I 1 cup cranberries 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cornstarch Water to cover Wash and pick over cranberries. ( Cook raisins and berries together tor _ 2U minutes In enough water to cover. ] Dilute cornstarch In a little cold wa-: ter and stir Into mixture. Add sugar . and bake between two crusts. Haro-Bolled Egg Dressing , 1-2 teaspoon mustard 1 teaspoon salt , 1 egg yolk (raw) I 2 hard-boiled eggs 4 tablespoons oil - 1 3 tablespoons vinegar 1 t 1'aprlka Mix mustard, salt, and paprika and , | add to raw yolk. Work In the hard-'] boiled yolks with a rork. When well I, mixed add oil and vinegar slowly. \, Beat until thoroughly blended and add the chopped whites of the hard-boiled , eggs. Arrange vegetablea and lettuce ; I in a salad howl and pour over dress-' i Ing. This is a good dressing to use!< with plain lettuce. T. N. T. In the kitchen means tem^ per not temperate. ,, serious. Tlffe fourth position, of course was to marry him. That evening as Jim looked upon I Barbara, slender and charming in 1 come sort of a gray crepe tie chine gown with suede slippers to match, 1 he toid himself that she was too alto- j . gcther lovely to be even mentioned in ! the same breath with the pursuit of | | heathen gods and goddesses. But if j 'I he had expressed such a comment I audibly, Barbara would not have com- 1 1 preliended its significance ? until 1 some time late In the evening. It the girl observer, the fact that | Jim did not linger as long as usual | over saving goon evening, wnicn involved holding lier slim hand in greeting, and that he seated himself, not on the sottee beside her. but in a wing chair some feet away, she gave no sign. Immediately she plunged into details regarding her three offers, 1 while Jim listened attentively, inter- 1 estcdlv, and gravely. As she finished, J lie nodded thoughtfully. I Then, "They're all right, any one of ! them. Barbara," he said slowly; "but i how about this one of mine? True, it ; will involve considerable sacrifice at j first, but I think I can assure you in , the future?" he paused. | And Barbara, quite sure of the In evitable sixth proposal, put up a pro l testing, impatient hand. "Oh, Jim," i she begged. ' "Wait!" saiil Jim. imperturbably ! calm. "You've heard me speak of Prof, i Alan, fraternity brother, etc.? I Barbara nodded, puzzled. ! "Well, he is organizing an expedl: tion to the Marqueas Islands to gather material for his hooks on Polynesian ; rites and idols. 1 believe there are I several lycmen going along, a dean of ; a western college for a doctor, and so 'on. but they are after a young woman wlios peaks French fluently to act as I * "BALMWORT" PLEASES MANY Hundreds of thousands are afflicted with Irregularities of ,1 the Kidneys, urinary passage , | and bladder. Thousands have found true comfort and benefit I using Halmwort Kidney Tablets | so'.d by all druggists. Mrs. j Frank Monohau, !.">1D Penrose 1 i St.. St. I.ouis, -writes: "1 tim taking '3airawort Kidney Tablets and must say they are the finest thing on the market? I and I feel I could not live if I 1 had to be without them." Is on You meat, the largest variety, depends on yourself. We don't often have any II give you satisfaction ev- ! TUKDAY'S SPECIALS Fresh Sausage QCp B Home Made ..... **?Jt I Spare OA 3 Ribs JUt | Pork 40c Roast Whole Ham fresh 00<vVhole Shoulders O Ar fresh Fresh Side by the piece Jut i Smoke JA? Ham 4UC 1 Select Oysters QA? ; per qt Y and Sanitary Market DN STREET It THE WEST VIRGINIAN iecretary?get Information from th< >atires ke=p reoorda of archaelogica tads, such fluff." Barbara sat regarding his doubtful jr. When you are preparing for i iropoaal of marriage It Is temporarll: '^concerting to receive a suggestioi iiat you embark, for the South Seas. "Wbat does it offer?" she asked fin illy. "Oil, everything!" cried Jim, wltl he air of one who has difficulty li teeplng his enthusiasm within bound! "Good salary?Interesting vovageiontact with great minds?all that sor >f thing. And when you get back yoi >ught to be able to write great stuffnonographs?articles on the native a: rou found him, etc." "How long Is the expedition to bi tone?" asked Barbara. "Oh, two or three years, maybi nore." Jim dismissed that questloi raguely. "But one thing, Barbara," h< eaned toward her earnestly. "It'i inly fair to warn you that the trip ha ts dangers. The storms on the Pacifi ire something fierce at times. Am here are all sorts of dreadful tropica liseases you'll have to look out for And the natives of the Solomons?well I believe they were cannibals once Probably they're decent enough uov ?but do be careful!" "You speak quite as if I had alread: >alil 'yes'" said Barbara. "Oh, It's a chance in a million tor ai inmurrled woman with no responsl billlies." "But I never said I would never b' be married!" cried Barbara indignanl >' "It eventually, why not?" teasei Jim. Then stopped as he caught i tertnln look In Barbara's eyes. "M: lear, you don't?why you can' nean?" "I didn't know I did." murmured th girl as she allowed herself to be draw; Into his willing arms, "until I saw yo trying to get rid of me down in th South Seas, without caring how Ion I was gone* or what danger 1 was in! Jim, supremely content, held he L-lose. "It's lucky you sent for me t Set my advice." he said. "Yes., isn't It?" whispered Barbart But it it hadn't been for the chance t su uu mat cA|ieuiLion 1 migni neve have found out-" "That's right, darling." murmur? Jim. Over her dear brown head h amiled happily, if whimsically, as h [hanked his lucky stars Prof. Alan wa [oo busy collecting Inca relics in Per to give him away, and reflected tha it takes both courage and imaginatio yf a Munchausen to put anything ove an a Sweet Girl Graduate. BAXTER School Notes. Miss Blair, the Dolnestie Scienc teacher, taught her class in se*in at the Baxter school Thursday. Th grades are having examinations thi week. Dr. Charlton and Miss Wipfield wil Ever So gjljii , FAIRMONT. FRIDAY EVE ! be here soon for the physical nxaml1 nation of the school children. will probably be next week. i Visited Mine. ' Evap Griffiths and W. Itlggleman, state mine inspectors with Parry Vernon of the Consolidated coal company, visited the Stafford mine. Thursday. , Prom Baxter they will go to the New , i England Coal and Coke company mine L at Grant Town. t Gave Party, i A number of young folks were en tertalned at the home of Miss Doro8 thy Lafferty. Wednesday evening, with a St. Patrick's day party. For sev8 eral hours the guests were entertained with games and music. During 8 the evening refreshments were served 1 Those who enjoyed the evening were: i 8 Misses Elizabeth -Post, Rlva Matheny.l lona Potter. Maybello Clayton, Grace s Potter, Ethel Davie, Tlelma Davie J Eva Schlotter, Do/othy Lafferty. and i Meeers: Clarence Faet, Willie Booro Walter Davie, Thomas Schlotter, Her1 man Post, William Sloane, Fred Holtet ' Fred Hoes, Dwlght Lafferty anij Glent. Lafferty. Personal*. Mre. Jas. Layman was a visitor In Fairmont Wednesday. Carl Schlotter and John Davie were i at Rivesvllle Thursday evening viewing the basketball game. B I o o| See the ;] Locomotive | Washer n THAT WASHES AND r; BOILS CLOTHES AT THE SAME TIME. ] Knight Electric I Comcanv L. r s o 222 JEFFERSON ST. Phone 796-J. I! I Many Worn Easter "1 S TOASTER is and a gre; for the Dress day.* But not garments to w along with old clean by our efficr last season's garme oughly renovated i many months lorn forget that we will other articles of w( OUR A Heinze DYE 316 Madison St INING, MARCH 19. 1920. The BYNG P $12 to$19 The E The man wii going to feel ou tions on this ox whole thing, comfortably sh gaze-at-me stit this handsome the wear in it M I Shu ..^ . ft_ -vf.-; . en Are Getl )ress-up" <* only a couple of w at many women ai mg-up" that always every woman wil ear?-many will ve: clothes made to lo iiet methods. You, too, jnts, cleaned, pressed, ( so they will serve you jer than you expectec I also clean your gloves taring apparel. JITO WTT .T i : & Con RS and CLEANE1 PHONE 1200 PAGE 11 " -? JI Wogue's the Thing - [^9 li i_ t._ * . ^ _ vhHH cnouc Drogue oxlords this Spring is t of it. Look at the snappy perfora- 9 || fqrd. No half-way decorations; the A heavy sole, a stout low heel, a aped tread and toe, atyi a sturdy ched welt There's a lot of style to brogue. It's a Walk-Over. It has rtfft-l&Ver I 199 rtleff & Welton I M JOES THAT SATISFY ' >' ting Ready for the [j Parade SMjg, e preparing JS3Si 3 features the f/ I 1 have new ry wisely get ok new and jh can have your Jy lyed and thor- 1 for Easter and 1. And don't ?. t, boot-tops and ^ . Ji; j :all ?ym^m ipany ^ '