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O law F
Many a politician doesn't know
iwhcb side .f the fence he is on until
be falls (ff
mWhat ': , f" a horse do you think
puold -ui* It cl tan he at"
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1.Wins' u'.' . I r~ up foi' r Children
M gh10R, °.,t f?.' tt r sumn, ' redu, ev intiamm a
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N e l l 1-- \ i , ! ,: , . ,r t u n e
Belle ' , i riu t li ne ii er be
afraid of , :t - hunt, rs
$ tmrghfo1,: ,"r' .n ukec lb,;ud bhtu. It'. a
of)iaii a , .r., lt,.ul ,,fwatr' . f)fr
-Cro U, 1. :Leuetbat 'u irL Adv
Force of Habit.
"How 1 ' \ii. can so easily tell a
qrnried :! iI I VY AyS('ll;idage"
"By thu ~i'.a' he listens "
o W U4kN1:it D T frov OF APPE
Ol Stan 1'r gnnlnral atrt gtht'nn tonie
"SAT .'" t. HT,4rc :' TONIC drles oat Ma
ai db, i,, n ' th," s..tem A trn- tonlr and
pypu a r k,r - ;alult and ribldren. bM c'ni.
How He Knew.
"I have gs to quit smoking."
"Doctor ,rdiler you to?"
"Then how do you know you. have
'"y wife told irme so."
The Tender Skin of Children
b very sensitive to heat. Use Tyree's
fiaseptic Powder for all summer skin
eIectlons. It quickly affords the little
eetrer relief. 25c. at druggists or
Uple sent free by J. S. Tyree,
.mlist, Washington. D. C.-Adv.
arUmer lientover - W'hat's your
uphew that's home from college doin'
Farmer [lornbeak-Nothin', and he's
pt more original ways of accomplish
I' it than any feller you ever seen -
This is a prescription prepared ea
geally for Malaria or Chills and
fever. Five or six doses will break
Uy case, and if taken then as a tonlo
Sme fever will not return. 25c.-Adv.
Poor Man's "Meat."
In the Woman's Home Companion,
baa Gale. writing an article entitled
-hics and Cooks, says: "The family
d the legumes, 'the poor man's meat'
-the peas, beans, lentils and peanuts
-are found next in importance to
meat and eggs, with peanuts one of
the best balanced foods available, and
a peanut butter sanawich is quite as
pe rishing as a ham sandwich."
Origin of Word "Sneeze."
The word sneeze, has no possible
SlIsection with the verb "to sniff."
-ellperly it should be spelt and pro
,inaed "fneeze," as it was for many
yars, being an Anglo-Saxon word. It
.fIs the difficulty of pronunciation, ac
glding to the latest dictionaries, that
lsased the change of the first letter
bre f to s, and not as was formerly
seaght, the disuse of the old long
s wkich resemnbled f in printed books.
Knows Just How the Book Ended.
Mabel and Johnny are nice chil
°aa, but they love to argue. The
sut day they got into a heated dis
lgslon as to which one had read
the more books. Finally Johnny said:
"Well, I've read 'Robinson Crusoe'
aid you haven't."
"Oh, yes, I have," returned Mabel,
ad to be outdone by a mere boy.
"Now, what does it say at the very
lit?" he asked.
The Jlttle girl studied for a mo
meat, then her face brightened.
"Why. it says 'The End.' " was the
' bepected answer.
Buffalo Lacking in Sympathy.
As old resident of Heizer, Kan.,
S)ahilng of the early days on the Kan
Us plains, writes: "On one trip that
. took after buffalo hides we had
lthus an Englishman fresh from
Sihon. The main herd of buffalo had
:t passed through and as the hunt
as had been after their hides, every
re on highland and lowland were
,e skinned carcasss of buffalo. The
b lishman was amazed at the waste
tpat. Finally. seeing a small herd
t aid bulls traveling along, he arose
b his feet and, taking off his hat.
.'mn: "Boys, thsis is awful! I should
hI"k that the living buffalo would la
Bht to see their comrades lying
Appetizing and whole
'aome these hot Summer
No cooking -no hot
Ready to eat direct from
ta package - fresh, crisp
Sere with cream and
lgar - and sometimes
kwh berries or fruit.
Post Toasties are thin
ais d Indian Corn, toasted
to a golden brown.
Acceptable at any meal
d br everywhere.
HE WAS A TRUE MAN
What Eastern Miner Learned
When He Made Pilgrimage
to Old Home.
By VICTOR REDCLIFFE.
"We are luo k;:g for a good candl
date for mayor and we're come to
The speaker was one of a group of
a dozen hulk} miners, rough, red
shirted, lacknii all the formality of
the average (.orumittee," but repre
setnting not only the brawn but the
brains and ent,:rprise of Lucky Gulch.
Ransome Jordan's eye glowed for a,
moment, he threw back his head in his
characteristic bluff 'and independent
way Prid" and pleasure showed for
a fletiHcing moment in his handsome
full bearded face. Then it faded, slow
ly, steadily, until those of the men
who viewed him became as grave as
his own from some innate sympathetic
"Boys,.' he said, and his full clear
voice was broken from some intense
Iemotion. "I thank you, but-I cannot
"See here, Ransome Jordan!" cried
big Ben, leader of the crowd, the gi
ant irresistible champion of a mani
when he was his friend, "you'll run.
There isn't a man in the Gulch who
doesn't want you-
"Ben," interrupted Jordan in a tone
of unutterable pathos, "I can't do it.
There is a reason. Next time maybe,
but not until--"
"Intil what?" challenged Big Ben
"Until-later." faltered Jordon.
"I)on't press me, boys. It's an honor
that fills my soul with pride and grat
itude. Pass it up till next year. Then
That was the way that Ransome
Jordan turned down what his friends
called the chance of Lis life. The com
r .ittee retired, less worked up as Big
Ben expressed it than uneasy. There
was a reason, Jordan had told them.
He held his secret and his loyal
friends respected it.
"Ransome, dear, why?" were the
words that greeted him as the wife
who had overheard all met him at the
doorway, and that was the hardest
part of it all.
She was a little dark woman, the
I daughter of an old prospector who had
picked up Jordan in the old days when
he was sick and poor. It was Nance
Dalzlell who had nursed Jordan back
"My Name Is Ransome Jordan."
r to health. It was she who had staked
him with a claim that panned out big,
and married him after she had turned
him from his old reckless ways.
Now those clear searching eyes of
here challenged his soul. His love,
his gratitude, his loyalty spoke in his
fervent returning glance
"Don't ask, Nance!" he pleaded.
"See here, it is you who made me what
t I am. The boys have helped, I don't
a "Who could help it!" gently mur
Smured Nance, stroking his great
Sbrown hand caressingly.
"Now they want me to be mayor.
in these new days of progress, that
means something. It means schools,
churches, good roads, better citizens
SInstead of saloons, gambling houses,
road bandits and roustabouts. A man
of clear record, who will make the
district proud of him, deserves the
g "Is there a better one than you!"
cried Nance, her eyes sparkling with
pride. "Is there a man who has made
SLucky Gulch clean and respectable as
you have done? What is it, Ransome
-what is troubling you?"
"It is-no. I can't tell even you!" do
clared Jordan. "At least not now
not yet. Nance, do you trust me?"
"To the death-and after!"
"If I go away-away to-to pay a
debt, to clear the books, to take my
medicine like a man so that when I
come back and can look every man
in the face and say honestly I owe
the world nothing, what, will you say?"
'ance gave her husband one look
of ineffable love and faith. Then she
stood back with set lips and steady
"Ransome," she said resolutely,
"how soon shall I help you pack up
for your journej?"
And thus began the pilgrimage of
Ransome Jordan It was no brief one:
over the ranges, past the prairies, the
great lakes, the eastern ranges, ano
one evening the train to Easton, a
little New England town, halted to let
off the pilgrim arrived
This was his Mecca-perhaps his
Gethsemane, he knew not, but was
sturdy for the outcome, be it what it
might Dusk was falling. In a cer
tain furtive way Ransome Jordan
strolled through his native town. and
every step he advanced seemed ac
companied by dim hovering wraiths
of the past
Several times he passed under the
red lamp of a pollce station. Finally
he entered the place, asked for the of
fleer in charge, and was shown into
the captain's private omfce. The ofB
cial glanced admirlngly at the bronsed
stalwart specime of humanity.
"I am from the west," stated Jo
dan without eremomn. "1 have new
to give myself up as a iugituve troum
The police captain regarded his visl
tor with curious expectation
'My name is Hansome Jordan Did
you ever hear it b'fore?"
A strange smile crossed the face of
1 the official.
"Why, yes"-he began, but Jordan
went on with his story'
"I was a wild wilful fellow here
years ago, and trained with a wilder
crowd. One night in a drunken brawl
a friend named Prescott insulted and
attacked me. I resented him with a
knife thrust. I heard later he died.
It was self defense, but 1 have come
back to clean the slate, whatever the
law may say"
"I have heard of you." cried the of
ficlal, arising and wringing the hand
of Jordan with strange fervor "Come
He led his visitor Into an adjoining
court room. lie pointed at a large oil
"William Prescott still lives. He is
judge of this court, and after that
night you refer to become a reformed
"Thank heaven!" murmured Jordan
in a great aspiration of joy and re
"Do you recall nothing further of
that night?" asked the official, a queer
expression on his lips.
"Iittle but flight, despair. My brain
was crazed with the drink and the
horror of my deed. I recall a fire, and
plunging into its exciting whirl, hoping
fate would blot me out."
"Again-come, with me," invited the
He led the way to the street and to
the outskirts of the town where a
large building stood.
"The fire you speak of." he said,
"destroyed the old structure of the
Dorothea Sisterhood. That night a
brave man by means of a plank span
ning two roofs saved every soul in
the building from death. You never
heard of it? Strange! See," and Jor
dan's guide pointed to a neat column
surrounded by an iron fence, and bear
ing a broad metal plate plainly visible
in the white moonlight.
"I will read the inscription," said the
Sofficial. "In grateful memory of Ran
some Jordan, Hero, who lost his life
after saving fourteen imperiled wom
en. He was a true man!"
"And that was me, gasped the pet
a "That was you," responded the om
cial, reverently lifting his cap. "Held
in loving memory, because you disap
peared amid the flames and it was sup
posed you had perished."
So the pilgrimage ended, but its
B echoes, now made public, reached
k Lucky Gulch ahead of Jordan's return.
And when he appeared, a cheering de
putation of welcoming friends knew
he would now accept a rightful honor.
A patient loving little woman clasp
ed her arms around his neck as he
stepped from the train.
"Oh, my love! my hero!" she
sobbed-"a man among men, and
mine, all mine!"
(Copyright. 1913. by W. G. Chapman.)
KEPT LIVING BY MAGNETISM
French Physician Makes Public As
sertion of Remarkable Suc
cess of Experiments.
DT. Henry Durville of Paris, whose
feats of mummification and preserva
tion of animal and vegetable bodies
by the magnetism that passes from
his hands are attested by well-known
physicians, now asserts that by simi
lar passes he has been able to extend
in an extraordinary way the results
obtained by Dr. Carrel in preserving
life in the detached parts of living or
According to Dr. Durville, he has
succeeded in keeping a frog's heart,
immersed in a seventenths of 1 per
cent. solution of salt water, beating
for twenty-four hours and more by
"magnetizing" It with passes from
time to time. In this way. he says.
he also has succeeded in making the
Shinder parts of a frog respond to an
electric current fifteen days after kill
Sing the animal, three days being the
extreme limit under normal cireum
He further declares he tested his
theory with two frogs' hearts. One
r. of these which had ceased to beat he
t put in a magnetized serom; the other,
. still beating, was immersed in an or
5 dlnary serum. At the end of several
i- days the magnetized heart began to
f beat and continued to beat at the con
* tact of an electric current, while the
* other was completely dead.
Dr. Durvllle began his experiments
with a study of the effect of magnet
h ism on microbes, and says he is able
e to stupefy or even kill cholera germs.
a He says also that he has completely
e mummified a human hand by passe.
Touring In Holland.
"There are some things about a
trip through Holland that you recall
when stopping at one of our modern
hotels," said a recently returned trav
eler. "In many places the hotels are
run uas they have been for ages, and
candles still are the vogue.
"Rooms with bath are unknown. In
stead they charge you about 40 cents
in American money for a bath. You
ask for the privilege of using the tub
y and they send up a maid, who brings
with her towels and soap if you have
none, for you are supposed to carry
both with you. She 1fills the tab, has
it about the right degree of heat, and
the faucets are locked, so that if you
want any more water you don't get
it; also there is no chance for your
traveling pal sneaking in and enjoy
ing a bath without coming through
with another 40 cents.
s "You are provided with one candle
a day and charged for it The lights
it go out early in the night, and if you
happen to get up or want to read you
have to use a andle- This does not
d apply to Amsterdam, whi is a nmet
O d Deal.
e "What are you and your wife al
y ways quarrelng for? When you mar
4 rtied each other, it was with the mder
Sstanding that you were taig the
5. step for bettLr or worse, wasn't it"
S' "YesT, and that's the trble. My
wte keeps eemilastlg that wer sla
. she's been gtlag the short eat el
i' the umaatoIn."
Nature's finest, put up 'lik the home-made
kind and all your trouble saved. This extra
quality is true of all Libby's Pickles and Condiments
and there is real economy in their use.
Every one from Seville, long famed as the
home of the world's best olives. Only the pick
of the crop is offered to you under the Libby
label Either the Queen or Manzanilla variety
or Pimento Stuffed.
Insist on Libby's.
Libby, MCNeill & Libby
HAD NOTHING AT ALL TO SAY
Under the Circumstances Captain
Could Hardly Be Blamed for
Everybody in Middle Bay knew that
Mrs. Captain Liscomb was talking
about making a visit to her married
daughter in Cincinnati. She had been
talking about it for two years, but
age and the natural timidity of a
woman unused to travel had post
poned the great event from month to
month, until the neighbors began to
wonder whether it would ever come
So one morning, when Uncle Billy
Evans met Captain Liscomb in Eccles'
store, there was twinkle in his eye as
"\\hen's Mis' Liscomb going out to
I)on't ask me!" returned the cap
tain, a little peevishly. "I don't know
nothin' about it. If I tell her to go,
she says I want to get rid of her. If
I tell her to stay to home, she says
I'm mean! I ain't saying a single
CRUST COVERED BOY'S HEAD
Bolton, Ga.-"My little boy's head
was covered with a hard thick crust
which cracked with the least pressure
causing a discharge of bloody corrup
tion which was so offensive that I
could hardly hold him. He was very
cross. Some called it milk crust,
another running tetter and another ec
"After trying several patent medi
cines I decided to try Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. After using the sample
I purchased some Cuticura Soap and a
box of Cuticura Ointment. After us
ing Cuticura Soap and Ointment three
days I w s able to remove all the
crust and In one week he was entirely
cured. Cuticura Soap and Ointment
also cured my baby of an ulcerated
sore behind her ear and now we think
we cannot keep house without them."
(Signed) Mrs. Charles Poss, Nov. 6,
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."-Adv.
Chose the Lesser Evil.
A gentleman from the north was en
joying the excitement of a bear hunt
down in Mississippi. The bear was
surrounded in a small cane thicket.
The dogs could not get the bear out
and the planter who was at the head
of the hunt called to one of the ne
"Sam, go in there and get the bear
The negro hesitated for a moment
and then plunged into the cane. A
few moments later the negro, the bear
and the dogs were rolling upon the
ground outside. After the hunt was
over the visitor said to the negro:
"Were you not afraid to go into
that thicket with that bear?"
"Cap'n," replied the negro, "it was
Jest dis way: I neber had met dat
b'ar, but I was pussonally 'quainted
wid de old boss, so I jest naturally
took dat b'ar,"-Montreal Herald.
THE POPULARITY OF
BOND'S LIVER PILLS
has brought out a host of imitators
who hope to get their products into
use by giving cheaper prices to the
retailer. Therefore some retailers
will push one of these "cheaper" sort
when BOND'S LIVER PILLS are
asked for. Be on your guard; accept
only Bond's Pills, the gentle, safe,
effective and honest Liver Stimulant.
They are no experiment. One pill at
bed time is the dose for adults. You
wake up well!-Adv.
Paper and Slate.
"My profits are larwely on paper,"
remarked the broker.
"Mine are on the slate," chimed in
the foxy coal dealer, with a wink.
"Why does this piano manufacturer
call his business an infant industry?"
"Because he manufactures mostly
Liquid blue is a week solution. Avoid it.
Ruy Red Cross Ball Blue. the blue that's
all blue. Ask your graocer. Adv.
"My dog begging for a bone is like
he argumentative orator."
"Because he r^ws for a reply."
When a man acquires a peek of
rouble it looks to him like a bushel
nd a half.
Sometimes a man's friends think of
,Il as his eanemies spak of him.
.sse. haa .9 y W e.. 'wy. ~y heirs. U.a "LA @RUýOLUI II3I SSSUN. RIO. U. , I
ELEPHANTS ACT AS NURSES'
Indian Mothers Satisfied Their Chil
dren Are Safe From Prowling An
Imals When Near Their Big
It is by no means uncommon in In
dia for the children of a mahout (the
keeper of an elephant) to be cared for
by his animals, says Harper's Weekly.
The whole family of the mahout thus
become, as it were, parasites to the
elephant by whom they earn their liv.
ing. Instances are not wanting of a
mother's systematic placing of her
baby in an elephant's care and with
in reach of its trunk while the mother
herself goes to fetch water or to get
wood or materials to cook the family
It is pointed out that no jackal or
wolf would be likely to pick up and
carry off a baby which was thus con
fided to the care of an elephant. Most
people who have lived in the jungle
know how very possible it is for an
animal of the first class to carry off
a baby when it is lyin. in a hut or
when the mother is unprovided with
means to fight off the marauder.
Children brought up in the compan
ionship of an elephant becomes ridici
ously familiar with the big pachyderm
and take all manner of liberties with
him, liberties which the elephant
seems to endure on the principal that
they do not annoy him while they
amuse the child. One may see, it is
averred, a little native child, quite
naked, about two feet high, standing
on an elephant's bare back and taking
it down to the water to bathe, vocifer
ating all the while in most unbecom
ing terms of native abuse. On arriv
ing at the water the elephant, osten
sibly in obedience to the child's com
mand, lies down and enjoys himself,
leaving just a portion of his body, like
a small island, above the water. Up
on this part of the elephant the child
will stand and shout, yelling all the
more if he has several companions of
hi3 own age also in charge of ele
phants, all wallowing in the water
around him. If the child should slip
off his island the etephant's trunk im
mediately replaces him in safety.
These urchins, when they grow up,
become assistants to the mahouts and
I in time eventually attain the dignity
of becoming mahouts themselves.
Love Will Find a Way.
The young couple hastened into the
Union station. It was very patent that
they were not married. They were al
together too chummy for that. They
went out into the platform and stood
and talked for a minute, when he took
her in his arms and kissed her fondly
and again hurried away toward a
"What do you think of that?" in
quired one of the attaches of the sta
"That looks all right. Why?"
"They do that three or four times a
week. They think that everybody else
will think that he is going away on a
long journey, but he has never got on
a train yet. He simply walks around
back of the train and disappears. He
gets his kiss all right, though."
Black Hand Threat
Mrs. Collins found the following
Black Hand letter pinned to her door
Deer Mis Collins-Onless you put a
Jar of Jam, a hunk of chokolit cake, a
apple pie an' a bag of cany" down by
the old well, we will stel your littel
boy and keep him, onless you pay us
a milyon doHllars.-The Black Hand.
The letter has been handed to the
police and the criminals will soon be
brought to justice. To date, Mrs. Col
lins' little boy has been the only one
seen in the vicinity of the old well.
It Sounded So.
"Let me see," said the dentist, "I'm
afraid we'll have to treat--urn, yse
one tooth, two, three teeth--h, yes
five teeth, eight, eleven--hah!-thir
teen teeth, fifteen and two make sev
"Hey, there! Wait a minute,." in
terrupted the shaking patient; "what
do you think you're treating, a comb?'
No Well One Pays.
"They talk about lawyers' dishon
est accumulations, but look at doc
"What's the matter with doctors?"
"Are not all of their earnings in
"You say your first speech mads
"Yes," a'weurd the orator segret
fully, "from my side to that of the
Unpardondl sia deetroys the son
and its natural hopefulnes.
KING OF BRITISH JESTERS
George Bernard Shaw Has Succeeded I
in Ambition to Be Much-Talk
"I love order in all things," said
George Bernard Shaw, at a public I
meeting some time ago. "For this rea- i
son I asin not content with ordering I
my life; I also order my personality.
I have cocoa-colored hair, so I wear I
cocoa-colored clothes and drink
cocoa." Shaw today has reached the
position of becoming a public institu- !
tion. For more than twenty years he I
has succeeded in fulfilling his boast
that every day some leading paper
would have something to say about
him. George Bernard Shaw is the jes
ter at the court of King Demos. When
years ago he was appointed dramatici
critic to a well-known journal he re
fused to obey the iron-clad regulation
that occupants of the stalls must
wear evening dress. The first night
he was stopped at the door of a the
ater by an attendant. "What do you
object to?" inquired Shaw. "My cocoa
colored Jacket?" The attendant as
sented. "Very well, then," said the
critic. "I will remove It." And thei
next moment he was striding up the
aisle in his shirt sleeves. "That won't
do, sir!" shouted the attendant, run
ning after him. "Won't do?" exclaim
ed Shaw, with a fine assumption of
indignation. "Do you think I'm going
to take off any more?" The non
plussed attendant handed him his
jacket, and Shaw took his seat in the
stalls triumphantly.-London Life.
Amateur Cowboy-I want to get a
writer to describe how I scoured the
Friend-Then why not get a scrub
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
T HIs is the caution applied to the public announaemi of Custoria that
bas been manufatctured munder the aervision of Chas. H. Fletbcher for
over S0 Fear.-the gealnae Cstoria We respectaully o U the attenti
of father and mothers when pusbag atoris to see that the wpper bers
his signature in black. Whe the wrapper is removed the same signature ap.
Son both sides of the bottle in red. Parents who have msed CIrL for
little ones in the past years need no warnngagain counterfelts and
mitations, but our pemnt duty Is to eall the attentio of the youngergenr
atiou to the great danger at ntoduaing into their families spurious •mdi
It is to be regttd that there are M l who are now engaed in the
ntarious business of putting up and all sorts f substituil or what
should more properly be termed o ,for medicinal preparatlo not
only for adults but wor y, for children's medine. It therefor devolves
on the mother to mrtinise iey what she gives her child. Adults can do
that for themselves, but the has to rely on
the mother's watchfulness.
Genuaie Castorla always bear the signatre et
Question of Hearing.
The burly farmer strode anxiously
into the poet office.
"Have you got any letters for Mike
Howe?" he asked.
The new postmaster looked him up
"For who?" he snapped.
"Mike Howe?" replied the farmer.
The postmaster turned aside.
"You don't understand!' roared the
applicant. "Can't you understand
plain English? I asked if you've
got any letter for Mike Howe!"
"Well, I haven't," snorted the post
master. "Neither have I a letter for
anybody else's cow! Get out."
The portly lady had accidentally
taken a rear seat in a surface car re
served for smokers. With uncon
cealed indignation she watched the
man beside her fill his pipe.
"Sir," finally came her frigid tones,
smoking always makes me feel sick."
"Does it now, ma'am!' said the man
as he carefully lighted up. '"Then take
my advice an' quit smoking."
Same Old Story.
Adam (in the suburbs of the Gar
den of Eden)-Now, Eve, you surely
aren't going to clamor for clothes
Eve (tearfully)-You know very
well, Adam, I haven't had a decent
thing since the fall!-Judge.
"Dear me!" exclaimed the fond fa
ther, anxiously. "whatever can be the
matter with the baby?-it isn't cry
When a girl is hard to please she Is
seldom worth the trouble.
RAILROAD SURGEON DISCOV
ERS WONDERFUL REIEDY
oew U ad Ba eats th OM sIMhhh
Dr. rets's Adetiept On.
Ra msss lain. Sope thebIi
and Heals at the sms ta h
Thosmsads of lamser sa& 8ocse
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FAULTLESS STI N. ER WaN"I
SMILES NOT FOR "FLASHY"
Masculine Charmer Convinced He Had
Made a Mash, but He Had
"I got a good one on Flashy," said
Squirt as he shot the fine stream into
the ice cream soda and pushed it over
the marble counter.
"Who and what?" asked Squirt's
"You know Flashy?" continued
Squirt. "He of the ice cream suit and
high browed hat. lie was sittin' in
here this afternoon when up floats
the classiest little dame you ever saw
and stops right outside the window.
She cocks her head over to one side
and smiles, her face right up closes
to the glass. Flashy tightened up his
wash tie and straightened up his coat
lapels. All the time the girl was
smllin' and rubbin' her nose with the
palm of her hand.
"Flashy smiled back two or three
times and then he up and dusts out
the door. Right up to her he went
and purses up his pretty lips and lifts
his hat. Say, you ought to have seen
that girl do the rockbound glide away.
She elevated her nose on a level with
her eyes and dri ted right off down
"Flashy was crushed. The woman
had a powder rag palmed in her
hand. She had been smllin' at her
self in the plate glass."
"Walterl' called the customer in a
restaurant where an orchestra was
"Kindly tell the leader of the or
chestra to play something sad and low
while I dine. I want to see if it will
have a softening influence on this
anteed to stop and
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpoe and your moey
will be prompty refunded
if Hunt's Cure fdl to u
Itch, Ecma, Tester, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
DMas. sOc a you 4druggiae., or by ma
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