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. - The Name of a Dog. , ?y MARTHA MeCULLOUQH-WIL. LIAM8. | (Copyright. 1922, by the McClure fi Newspaper Syndicate.) ( (\ TO, lie Is not a bit handsome, \l but don't you agree lie 1 " looks distinguished? 1 oonlda't bear a beauty dog," Mrs. Selden said, waving languidly to ward the object of her lap. Anna Field laughed softly, answering: "Marvelous lady, with most do* t OWnen 'beauty lies In the eye of tie gisor.' How do you manage to escape?" "Maybe I don't 'escape, folly," Mrs. Selden said. "What dots he loMc like to your' "Plain mutt," from Anna prompt ly??ho was a trifle glren to slang in the face of the orer^redse. "Why I find marvelous rescm hlances In his sweet Httle face to ^ so many of the great men pictured "iH,,the newspapers. All of thorn. Indeed, who wear whiskers. Only ; last night I smoothed back puppy's oar and there he was, the very lodel of Secretary Hughes," wae Mirer ed. "Credible," said the Impossible .Ml "Newspaper illustration has 4ded a new terror to life, a new .-ang'to death. If you look hard enough you can find anybody in linybody else's picture. But why poppy? Haven't you named your ftMMSton!" The Solden's bead shook. "N'oth g.seems to fit him," said tho lad's owner. "First I meant to 41 him Prince for the adorablo rinee of Wales: but he is so good Oktng it .would seem sarcasm on > doggie." ?What about Cerberus? Only dog _i hasn't throo heads," from Anna. EWden's lips pursod. "I don't think I much of that name," they said. y!What I want is something strong rtlnd strange with a distinguished J Implication." Such as the Akoond of Swat?" am* queried. Mrs. Selden's lips dried faintly as she said: "I Btfdj that twenty years back? Wen/I was quite small, in fact" I Kit is a classic, like ourselves,"1 US Hung back with bright malice1 J Irs, Selden must look back forty-five; this affectationi th roused the Ire of hor con-1 ffporary, who, however, after a taitoran on: "I see something in-) ?TnT!"13*!.. We must have a'nameI for doggie, r havo it. Bot-b-e-r ?>ells bother and holds the Initials Brown, Oliver, Thompson, Ed. jwds and Root?your whole roster jg.'adorers. None of them can ac luse you of playing favorites, and ??h will pat himself on the back -hat he is not left out In the cold." t "Jow flippant! Anna, you are ;p?Hy giddy at times," Mrs. Selden leprpved with yet a gracious into Motion. Anna was sure tho name ||<1 stuck, so went, on, with upright Eess: "Malte each godfather fur lish a sliver link for tho collar, duly ngraved. Buy a lock for It your elf; thus you koep things even. l3so Intimate gently, subtly, that on have great faith In instincts, 0 are likely to bo Influenced by" looter's attitude In small things great" "A clever Idea. My dear, I really [n Intuitional," Mrs. Selden paused tad this dear doggie Is the sam* ?he'growled fiercely at a ragamuf fin the park yesterday. Bnt when e mot the Boone's big police doj awos a real little gentleman? ?>ped up in my arms, and lav II an a moinc." "Some dogs aro like that?also me mon," Anna salil oracularly. " i't like1 their sort. By looks, riess, whiskers and all. Both fiho il'l be a real dog ot sorts, .breed Is he? I never saw ! It before." I?hare forgotten?It's a Tory [name?but Mr. Brown import specially (or me from the less ot Something's own ken The man who brought it over .the papers, or else the name lid have been settled offhand, glad it was not?you know I > my own lmpresB on everything ut me. Mr. Brown did not tell ? so?fcut I have heard (this mys ' y) that he paid a frightful lecause he wanted mo to ^something no other woman JJget. Dear of him. wasn't it? : understands mo wonderfully ways?others aro?well!? to him. I wish they were hereforo!" asked downright L Mrs. Selden tried to blush. "Oh!" she said. "We on this side S?e so crude?with so little man ner?and no repose. I think I should love London, and adore county society. He tells mo the Browns havo lived for ages in the j midlands, refusing titles because (hey knew themselves too distin guished for them." : "How considerate!" Anna Inter jected. "I hope tho dukes and all aje properly grateful." r',"No doubt they are," from Mrs. [Seldon, who was Impervious to gen tle sarcasm. "But do you know. I '.almost sorry B has to come first Pup?Bother. I mean?bears Mr: Brown a grudge?I think it Is MjSlly against the rude fellow who naught blm ovor " J "What becomes of Instinct, let 4Mb intuition?" Anna was rude chough to ask. .But her hand was njvlho door as she did It, so sh<J aii'not'catch the angry loOk that followed her out. Ef'Tho nbble army of godfathers look Bother to their hearts Juhilant B-^jaVe and except Lawyer Her ??rt, .who complained to that dread nit Anna that lie had been, count ed In, rqther than elected. She ISIwerfcd hlpi with a wink that ffifijied'to paclfv him, so the dog was truly llonlied by the Selden set. Alio he was featured In tho papers, foening nnd Sunday., And soring : hat II led all the rest, gossip had it that Mrs. Selden was by way of SBsomllig Mrs. Brown. There was (tottiln* aefinlte.lv settled?partly It BffiftEJia Confessed because Botho; tnako friends with his first todfather. Mrs. Selden was jWtlely snjperatltlous. also acutely fWCTtftul Jif-nny who might poe ribli- <???<? Mi'lins ?n her snone HHi itMa? the pedestal that I ?corn of It, saying: "Damn your ddl-' l*r?,, lilny. Keep 'emln. tub eld ?tockin'Kttlt suit* ye." Ha was ?kotchad, as was Mrs, Selden, In onupany with Bother, bat his name ? printed in smaller type, and his pedigree (ell below the supposi tious ono supplied (or his partial namesake. One morning in spring. Bother surprised every one by leaping through an open car window, and disporting hlmselt madly on the lawns In the park. There was such hue and cry alter him when lira. Selden cried loudly a hundred dol lar reword to his captor, the pollco Joined In?to the disgust of small boys, nursemaids and gentlemen of elegant leisure. But no bluecoat had the luck to lay hands npon Bother?be had ran Cricking and wagging his ridiculous tall madly to the arms of a heavy Jowled man seated rather In am bush, who hailed the creature gruffly: "So ye're back Mat! Well! How do!" Came the chase explaining, went the captor exultant He brought up before the agitated Mrs. Selden with Bother swnng tlppet-fashlon about shoulders, and laughing?as dogs laugh. To her he sold: "Why, Marm?I'd know whoso got the best right. This yere mutt and me was pals, sho 'nough pals?I picked him up down ferry-way when he'd go eenamoat In my mouth, and I kep' him, though sometimes neither one eat much, until I was sent to the horspital?mutt tailored?and some cuss swiped him outside. The cuss must unsold him to yon?so 1 caln't say a word agin vpur claim. Bet ef you paid no mor'n five dollars fer 'lm?I'll pay his price: I'm work ing stenddy now?a night watch man, ye see?and he would bo soch company down whor (hero ain't much but rats and rogue*." "Then keep him?he was given to me." Mrs. Selden said mufned Iy. Her Brown air castle hurt in Its topping. But Anna slipped oft the lettered collar, and slipped In stead of It, twlco Its price, saying to herself: "Herbert will like this for a birthday present?after he has heard the story." SISTER. MARY'S KITCHEN (Copyright, 1921, N. K. A.) The woman who is her own cool! olten finds It almost impossible to go to church Sunday morning. II the roast Is In the oven the gas may como on and the roast burn up or the tire may go out and thc meat dry up. A tireless cooker ntetuis much lor such a t-'.me. Thoro is no dangor of a changing tire to re duce or increase tho heat. If a tireless cooker Is not used tho moat chosen should bo something that will cook Jn an hour. Vegetables offer little difficulty for they may be prepared ready for cooking and put In water till needed. The salad and dessert are easily handled: Serve quick cooking vegetablOg In their simp lest form. Carefully drained and seasonod with salt and pepper and buttor, carrots, turnips, cauliflower or brussels sproubi are quite ai good as if served In an elaborate sauce. The salad may bo a plain head lettuco with a cheese dressing or celery and rad-'ehcs may toko the place of a separate salad. The des sert may be fruit served with whipped cream or plain and cake or cookies. A small roast that will -cook in a hour Is known as Uio fillet of beef. This cut Is expensive per pound, but has absolutely no waslo. II one member of a family dislikes rare beef have tho butcher cut the fillet In Individual portions. Then each piece may be bro.'lod to suit each taste. men buying a fillet of beef the butcher always carefully trims oft any fat. veins or tendonous mem brano that may cover the meat. Tho filet is then cut In slices or lartled tor roasting. Roatt Fillet of Beef Put meat carefully larded on rack in roasting pan. Sprinkle with salt ami pepper and dredge with flour. If salt pork is used for larding very little salt will be neo ossary for seasoning./Put three or four thin slices of pork in the bot tom of tho pan. Cook uncovered in a hot oven for half an hour. Bssto every 10 minutes with the fat In tho pan and one tablespoon hot water. Servo at once garnished wSth par sley. A two pound fillet ot beof Is enough for four persons. Broiled Fillet of Beef Have the meat carefully trimm ed and cut in slices about one and one halt inches thick. Faston a thin siico of bacon around the side ot each piece. Broil over a clear fire or tinder tho gas broiler for 10 minutes, five on ono side and five on the other. Seuon with salt and popper and spread with but tel. Sorve on a hot platter garnsh ed with parsley. Round steak may bo ground very t'no and made in to little flat cakes secured with bacon and broiled In tho same fashion. An egg may be stirred in to the ground meat to bind It. Pan WHEN THE KIDDIES SUFFERFROMCOLDS ?CHILDREN'S colds should not be 1 j neglected one initant. Have Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey on hand, and give them some as directed. It helps in relieving irritation and loosetu that hard packed phlegm J Clears the air passages. Take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey yourself for that heavy cold. Get a bottle from your druggist today, 30c. "Ticklers and Sweepers' "Whenever you Me a may be aure that there la igh ju?t about nothing at all, you around aomewhere tickling him." "Coma along," sail] Mr. Crane i to Nancy and Nick, ?o the Twins started alter him, followed by Bus kins. "I want to show you the use we maku ot all the run-away-foath ers that come up to our sky ctfun try." Soon he Hopped and opened an other door, Inviting the visitors to enter. It was full of fairies work ing like sixty, and covered almost to their eyes with big aprons. "This/" said Mr. Crane, Import antly, "Is tho tickler department. We make ticklers hore." "What kinnd?' asked Nancy. "For the babies," said the crane. "Whenever you see a baby laugh jUBt about nothing at all, you may be sure that there Is a fair)- around iomewhere tickling him with a-tlny leather tickler. Wonderful things, really. Mothers don't know how much they ought to appreciate our efforts along this Ihie. They'd nev er have time for dishes or tho darn ing or the doorbell If our little fair broiling Is quite satisfactory tpr these meat cakes. Lamb chops are always deli cious broiled but" are expensive on account of the bone. They are pan broiled or plain broiled In exactly tho same way that beefsteak Is. Canned^ peas, buttered carrots, string beans, canned tomatoes or asparagus are suitable vegetables to serve with lamb chops. (Copyright 1922 N. E. A.) EAST SIDE :"'NEWS:": ? ? ? , ? , At Church of Christ The revival services at the Co lumbia street Church ot Christ are Still Hi progress and'are1 drawing large and Interested audiences each evening. The evangellBt, T. Q. Mar tin, has been delivering some ex cellent sermons and a deep interest Is being manifested. The evangel ist will have an improBSive message for each Bervfco tomorrow. Morn ing servico at 10:30 and evening |service at 7:30. Revival Services at Palatine Baptist Church. A series of revival services wiiil begin Monday evening at the Pala tine Baptist ohurch. The pastor, Rev. C. F. Eddy, will be assisted in the meetings by Rev. lloacort Murray, of P&rkoHburg. Rev. Mur ray Is well known as a pastor oral! gellst who has been very success prayer meetings and personal work Much preparation has been made by the local congregation for tho coming campaign, many cottage prayer meetings an dpersonal work ers' mooting have been held and the meetings of the chorus have been .well attended and they arc propared to turnish oxcellent music for the meetings. These special evangelis tic sorles of meetings will begin Monday ovening at 7:30. East 8ide High Celebrates Victory. The dally routine was forgotten at tho Bast Side high school Fri day afternoon and the time was spent in celebrating tho basketball I victory ovor tho Fairmont hlghl Thursday night. Several visitors I It takes you right In the back! Sometimes in the arm, hip or foot. It's all djie to an ovor abund snce of "that' poison, c a Hod | uric acid. The I kidneys are not \ able to get rid I of It. Such conditions you! can readily overcome, ond prolong lite by taking tho ad vice of Doctor Pierce, which is "keep tho kid noys in good order.-' Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of puro water, pre ferably hot water, before meals, and drive the uric acid out ot tho system by taking 'Anuric.' This can he obtained at any drug store, in tablet form. Ask for Doctor Pierce's An-uric (kidney and backache remedy). Many of your neighbors have received benoflt from taking An uric Just as has this man. Charleston, S. C.?"I have taken Dr. Pierce's Ahuric Tablets and am glad to say that I liavo re ceived the boat of results. When I started to take 'Aniirlc' I had trouble with my kidneys and. was run dAwn, but now I feel fine, like a new man. I take pleasure In recommending the Anuric Tablets to anyone suffering from similar troublo."?William H. Slgwald, Sr., 249 Coming street. Don't wait for serious kidney ailment to set In. Help your weak ene?kidneys with Dr. -Pltfrce.'s Anuric. Send 10c to Dr..Pie UttHd' Sea didn't amuBo baby with their ticklers. But come along, folks, I've more to show you." So they followed him out again and along the passage to another door which Mr. Crane opened. "Come In," he said, graciously. "This Is where w? make brooms for the sweepers." I "What sweopers!" asked Nick. "Fairy ones," answered the crano. "We make cute little feath' er brooms for them to swoep the, cobwebs ott the grass on summer nights, so that when the dew-fairies come along with their sprlnklerB tbe dew won't stay atop of the webs, but can get down to the poor thirsty grass and flowers beneath. Haven't yon seen the fields and gar dens on summor mornings covered with cobwebs, sparkling with dew? That's because the fairy sweepers ran out of brooms and couldn't brush the webs away. - But como on. I'll take you to another place." (To Be Continued.) (Copyright, 1922, N. E. A. Service.* were present and speeches were mado by Dr. Grady Morgan, Cap tain Rex Keener, Mark Tjach. Misses Mildred Nutum, Naomi Walker, District Supt W. A. Hus tead, Athletic Director John McKIn ney and Harry Wilson, one cf the team members. Walter Carlo w, cheer leader, led the students In many a cheer and the school songs were sung with much enthusiasm Cheers were given for Fairmont liigh during the meeting and much praise was heard on all sides for the fine clean game played by themnwl the gentlemanly manper In which they accepted their defeat. Entertalneo Friends. After the East and West Side basketball game Thursday evening H. E. Satterfleld entertained a num. ber of bis friends in a most delight' (ul manner at the home of hit grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Satter fleld, at 204 Stevens street. The evening was spent in playing rook ind several musical numbers wore given after which delicious refresh ments wore served by Mrs. Hood Satterfleld, Mrs. Ed Wolf and Vlr |worth, V!r*infa Rowe, kio. . Batterfleld, Mr. ani IIn. Hood 8at tordald, Mr. and Ur*. Ed Wolf and .children, Ralph Hndglns. Benny RUtenhoose, Harry R* tall If and iHerschel B. Satterfleld. Personals. . John Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carpenter, of Morgan town arenue, Is recovering from several days' severe Illness. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Oanow on(". little son. of Cochran street, are able to be oat after baring diph theria. Mrs. a T. Bishop, of Dfflngton, who spent sereral days with Mrs. D. W. Toothman' In Reeves avenne, has returned borne. Mrs. Albert Crlas, of Reeves ave nne, has been lndlsposd the paat few days. Mrs. Ed Kelley, of Reeves ave nue, has returned from Washing 'ton, D. C? where she wss called by the death of her mother, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. 0. E. Hoffman Is 111 at her borne, 1424 Morgantown avenue. Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Shingleton are moving from Maple avenne to 70S Maryland avenue. Dr. E. M .Cox still continues very III at his bome In Market street. MAKING REPAIRS All services are called in at tho Falrvl6W M.' E. church until the repair work on tho building is completed. The contract for the work has been lot to T. h. Bur chlnel, contractor and 'J. <1 B?r ch'nel, architect. Those'riicn who have built some of th</ largestI buildings in our county Including; tho court house, etc. They will put the . bujldlng In first class condi tion for all services. | Tho members are requested to attend Sunday school and services at the Baptist church and th0 M. E. church south until the building is repaired. REVIVAL MEETINGS RoTival aervlces will commence! at Modps Run M. E. church Sun-1 day morning at 11 a. m. There; wfil bo services each evening at 7:30 p. m. Rev. A. H. Beaslay the pastor has been fortunate se curing the services ot Rev. S. S. Nelson as evangelist. Rev. Nel son is a man of broad experlanco having done successful evangelis tic work In tiro United States, Canada and has labored as mis sionary evangelist in tho West In dies and South America. We need used furniture to supply our old store corner Jackson and Jefferson streets. You need New Furniture from our new store, 211 Monroe street. Let us exchange. We also repair or store furniture. You will find a complete line of furniture, carpets, stores, paints and wallpaper at our new store, 221 Monroe street. Sec Denham First Co., 221. Monroe Street Next to. Woolworths SAINT VALENTINE DAY Tuesday, February, 14th Love's Messages in Flowers Bring Joy to the Recipient? Hauge's Flower & Plant House Ridgley off Locust?Phone 541 All To Often! All during the Winter yon hear the jangle ot the fire-fighting apparatus as it tears away to protect lite and property. Frequently?how frequently you'd be surprised to learn?the house and its contents are uninsured. Yet they .may represent the sav ings ot a life-time. EENICHOLS INS. AGENCY "ELF-SMITH. PRES. pHoiv.e 1/00?m masonic temple Trie* bad known . each other nor* than halt a Tear. Sloe* Paul Dawson's coming. Folly found now Joys In the old town that had be gun to bore her. / Paul liked her?ah* saw that the first evening they had talked together at her slater's. Paul liked her, she would tell herself as Bhe typed old Canby's letters and helped Aunt Sue with the dishes evenings. Paul liked her, she smiled In the twilights at she watted for him to come whistling down the street that had seethed dull before nnd now was magical. Paul liked her?maybe more than liked?sh6 would whlspor as she lay in bed, happily sleepless. And then she Would swiftly turn, hiding her hot cheeks in the pillow and murmuring, "Paul?Paul? Paul?" Sometimes at dances it seemed as if he caught her thought for ho would bold her more closely or close his hand over hers with warmer pressure. Oh, it was all so sweet? It was such tun, too, to show him about the town?the Falls, tho River Roar, the lake where they swum and skated. Even the old movlo palace became a happy place. "Do you know," said Paul thera one night, his shoulder touching hers In a delicious new intimacy, "you're the differentcst girl I ever knew?" "Am I?why?" (Polly rejoiced that the seats in the movlo thea tre were so close together. Sho had hated them when she went Willi Charlie Brlggs.) "Oh, gosh, it's so hard to say. Let'B see, 1 remember you didn't say 'Pleased to meet you' when wo first met. Yet I know you ware? were you, Polly T Say yes--Ah I "And you talked about things that Interested me, or rather you let mo talk your arm off?that1 ?r ? r, pretty arm in the rose georgette! i ,"And once whan I brought you j chocolates you scolded me for spending so much. Yon raid some1 droll thing about young men start ing tank accounts and making hits with the boss by economy. It wasn't preachy?lust quaint. I lovod it. '"Then you lend ula books, cork 'lug ones. I didn't .know girls knew the kind of books fellows like, most girls wouldn't. And?well, you even dress different Every thlng you wear has distinction. "And you don't lay on all tKat horrible kalsoiniuo and Up-rougo. You look so?so clean, Polly!" < "Thanks, kind sir!" "Oh, well, you knqw what I mean. Say. Folly, lot's got out of this stuffy place. I can't breatho." The Interval had como between tho film drama and the comic stunt. Folly and Paul squeezed past the knees and feet and hats J and candy boxes and with one mind headed for' the moonlit road skirting the rlrer. | They hurtled past the scattering houses at the edge of town and as they came Into the silvered scone1 beyond, both drank'ln deep breaths | of tho sweet, cool air, and relaxed I to a slow walk. Polly's soul sang. The familiar, countryside seemed changed to fairy Land. A sound as of wings beat softly In her ears. It semed as If the very trees and meadows called out to htr In frlondllncM? "Happiness, happiness?ha loves you, loves you?" She turned a little and looked at him. Ho was oaring ahead along the white road with eyes that seoned lit from within. She senfe ei some vague a Retraction. Sudenly he loked down at her, the light in his eyes heightening, a tenseness about his lips. Ho clasped and unclaspod her hand with an endearing norvousnes. "Polly?I must tell you some thing. You're so wonderful, dear, ot'eaiVorSBSB| ten* bedroom? an "Btttl?you aba Imk who at wonders If he ha( ?" He broke off passionately dowl Then, "PbUy, abroad," (To Be O (CfcorrtStt, 111 KernersvUle, N log atatomentre Woman1* Toole, of near heio. Ttaf known Carthtf ft I knew Ita woitb I nEO. I waa In ? i condition. I boci oat or Bleep to do do anything will Wail different n clues, yet I eootl) , "I decided to | and found It ?U ! needed. It made a !er soon after. t.*l began to eat tnoi weak, feeling be# 1 was sleeping (i "Cardut built) ionic oTor did. , "I n?ed Cardnt who waa puny, out all the bnie.l out and aoon-jrt a c.irl could be. nothing like Qsijfl Do not alloc: weak and run-do troubles. Take* find It Jut wba For more thugM nsed by thousand naqijwap aqa? At your draft! 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