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OP TMt TWINS V Ct»v» Kob—ir Mat- The lout book* tn One*-llpon Tou-n just »prtad out Uuir covers like tents-—ichole street* of 'em. Whfeik! The marie jtwo shoe* Ju*t llfttd Nancy mvl Nk* out of P»ai hOm Town Ilk* little light ln»t li ar* and Ml then down *eoUy In aiv •ther town called Ono» l T pon Town. Of court* It. too, waa In The I And •' lot Thin**. They were deter mined to «tJ»y a while or two while* or maybe throe, }u»t to be eure their monkey aunt there Now tha thtnjpi in Onoa-li>oo Town i were unusual. btimUM they didn't aied hou.'MK. They were the housaa' Takf a book and ai>r**d lt» coven out Ilka a tent ami tot tha I*™ banc down There' That book doesn't nrol a bouse, doaa It?—lt la t house. That's the way In Onoa-l.'pon Town, where all the loot hooka lived Thrjr Just spread out Uletr cover* Uke tenia—whole street* of 'em. And now—you'll n«»«r believe this, I'm aura—the pictuma In tha books war* out plarinc and tba twin* Sammy Jay Holdt His Breath I TT 80MKTI.UKS I"mj M If Saramr I Jay la bourul to bo about wtwn happen* Id tha r.r«n Kor F aat. Anyway. th«r« la no on# who mi mora at what la (oiiic on In tbo Urean Furnl than doaa Sammy Thta la partly barauae he haa a wajr of fiyln* about allvnlly. watching for thine <o happen On thta particular morninf Sammy had taken it Into hla head to go • Ms I live," muttered Sam my, "that xm Billy Mink." ever to the Laughing Brook to try to find oot if there waa uy n»w» there. He atopped for a moment lt> the top of a certain tall tree Just In front of him another tall tree waa alone That la to Bay. there waa open epa«- all around that tall tree. Hardly had Sammy alighted than hia aharp eye* apied eomething morUiK near the top of that lone tree ■■Am I U*e." muttered Sammy, -that la Billy Mink What under the aun ia he doing ao high up in a tree? There rouat be aomethlng up there very Interesting to Billy to take him ao far above the ground " At that vary Inatant a little red form ahot out Into the air from the very top of that tall tree. It waa Chatterer the Red Squirrel. There waa no miataking that red coat. You know. Chatterer and Heddy Kox are the only Utile people in the Green Koreat who wear red fur coata. In a flaah Sammy Jay understood }o«t what had happened He knew Chatterer eo well that he knew what had happ»ti"d a» well aa If he had been there and aeen It all from the beginning "That red scamp haa been railing Billy Mink name*." thought Sammy. He got no egclted that he grew rarelea* and ran up that tree without noticing that It atood alone and Billy Mink waa amart enough to ae» right away what a mlatake Chatterer had mail' Chat terer haa done the only thing he At the first chill! Take Genuine Aspirin marked with the "Bayer Cross" to br»-ak up your Cold and relieve the Headachf, Fever, Stuffiness. , Warning! To get Genuirit*"A»pinn, prescribed by physicians for over 19 years, you must ask for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," and look for the name "Bayer" on the packagc and on <>ach tablet. Always say "Baver." Each "Bayer package" contains safe and proper directions (or the relief of Colds—also for Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis and for. Pain generally J Bayer-Tablets "'Aspirin Emm «I 12—Battirt of 2«~BMl«t0< 100— Alio C'apMln-All drugfiw* , IWfl. M Ik* tr>4. miktl ItMf.liywkcnn .r M»»^<-«a»»ua^.r.W_»^Uy-ll [ .<M ONCE-UPON TOWN ranntniaad a tat of thorn rl«ht away There «w Hi lXddle Pu«irlin*Jolm with one nhoo aft boppla* all around. Mother Oooao <nu ualUnc him baefc. "John, oomo hero or you'll catch notd. That** the way with you. you ahlftlona bay, Ton CO to bed In your atocklnf* and then run all over the atraeta with one ahoa oft t'ome hero al onor " John hum hi* bead after euch • •coldtn* aad crept back under the book cover* where ho belonged Nancy aad Nick felt eorry for him. but the maftcal muehroom eavt u wit a good thjn«. As a rule book* knew mora than poopla anyway And It aanraad that the muehroom «u rtcht. tar many of the Mother liooer people war* mwbehavtn*. Tom Tucker «avi *cr*amttur that he era* hungry. Tom the Ptper'i Bon ww puahln* rudely. and hie pi* wu sqneatlnc. too. Mother Ooaoo was very bu*y' I Copyright, im, S. F. A.) « rould do to eerava, but U wU be a won(W if he doesn't kill bWiaalf IH to aay be otnm hu nail* •uch a Jump as that In all bu life " Th.-n Mammy Jay held hla bnalh M ba w>trM Chattorar go down, down down toward the (round. Hall kill bunerlf. he c«-rt Unly will kill hlm«*lf " thought Hamiry. •illy Mink Had run out on a branch •u Umi in might eee battar. and ha wa» watching Chattarar a* Intently aa waa Dalnmy Jay [a fart. Hilly WM holding hla brwUh. too. for aavar had ha «*en »ueh a lump. Hilly» Mlnin wara rather mI«M. Ila hoped that Chattarar would kill hlin aalf. bemuse that would moan rad equlrrel for breakfast. At tha aame time, ha hoped that Chalterer would land without harm, because It waa such a wonderful jump. Sammy Jay had no miged feelings Ha hoped with all hla mlgl.t that Cbatterer would land aafaly Ha and Chatterer had quarreled whenever they met aa tone aa iUnny rould remember, but there waa no one In the Groan Koreat whom he would mlaa more than that red-coated ras cal. 80 Sammy bold hla breath and I hoped that Chatterer would eecape Nrat <wj . Rw lluUmr Made IIU (irati Jan* Girl Marries Flu Victim at Bedside AURORA. 111 . ret, U—'fbe enaa epidemic, which baa already iwiaxl au daatha In Um city of Kl [in. did not frighten Mlaa Amanda I'rlea. of Huntley, oat of bar plana to he married to Arthur Klenz. vbo la critically ill with laOueoxa. Mlaa Priea. accompanied by a mln later, went to Lnifa home, and the ceremony waa performed at the bad aide The nurae who baa been lak In* care of the bridegroom waa the only witneee. Hounds Are Used to Help Hunters MANCHEBTKK. Feb 11—Com plaint haa been made here that puachera are uaing automobllne. driving alorig the roada, ahootlng within reeerTce and aendlng dog* for the game Needs Time to Get Used to Bone Dry CHATTANOOOA. Tenn.. Feb it - •Judge." aald he who waa charged with Immoderate Imbibing. "Judge. ' you ought a make allow&nrea for a ray until he geta uaed to tlila pro hibition boose. I only had one nip ! and It laid me out." THE DOINGS OF THE DUFFS WEDLOCKED— FRECKLES AND HIS EMENDS KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES OTTO AUTO No Stockings Is Latest Girls' Fad NKW YORK, Feb. 13.-The roat of women'* clothe* inuy l>* rwliM«l i < onaiderably because there will be <on*Merab|y le«a of thern, Lf thr prediction* of a fashionable Fifth uve. nan I*" milliner and dresftmakcr hho arrived from I'arl* are wrml Th< la tod mode* France l* a« ndim; > the I'ntted States, he hrM, are «o x»ocklnffr, <xtrcmel> short ;Klr' , nu aleeveM and nandMln. ".rect Churches in Honor of A. E. F. NKW YORK. Ob. 13 A movr iiH-iit for the erection of two Interde oonuimtlori.il church** aa a tribute to the men who e*-rved In the Amerl mn **peditU»nary force huh been an nounced here. On# of the churches will be erected on JLonjc Inland and on* in Washington Th*v wl.l b** aUlwtl "Tbt HuMcvfll UmrOic*." , THE SEATTLE STAR—FRIDAY, KEUUUakV 111, lltaU. ' Girls! Your hair needs a little "Danderine" —that'sail! When it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff appears, or your hair falls out, a 35»cent bottle of delightful, dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your hair, also double it's beauty, You can have nice, thick hair, too. Thru All Fall for It! The Other Woman. Ih llnrd Sna» on It, Ton! A Regular Vacuum Cleaner. I V Shorthand Speed Record It Broken NKW YORK,Feb U.—-The world*# official shorthand apeed record wan broken by Nathan H«*hriu. an official Monographer of the aupreme court of New York county, who wrote 3114 worda a minute, with two errors. The content wan held under the manage incnt of the certified Short hand Reporter*' aoclety of New York, J at the annual convention of the Newj York State Btiortbajid lteporttrß* aa-. ao'tation, Mr. Hehrin held the former official speed record, having written 27* word* a minute In a con teat held in 1913. Barking Bovines Killed in Fight HAMMOND. I nil.. Fob. 11 Two cowh. which had ruble* and IJHCki.I like do**, were killed utter n Imrd fight on the farm of August Ncl con near lioburt, soutlica.it of liuni ■uulid "CiKarrit" art on l.iver ami Bowel« without Griping or Blckmlag I* ~d So Canrcnitntl You *ikt up with your Hlid Cletr, Complexion Kwfi Breath anJ Stomach Sweet—No Biliouaani, Headache Of UfMt (MMM» . gfl PAGE 11 By ALLMAN —By LEO Bv BLOSSER By POP MOM AND —By AHERN Si II i!