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OR THE TWINS V Oliv« K'oV««»ir Brkon RACK TO SCRUB-UP LAND Nuiry and M.k got bark to •nruM'p 1 .and )uat In tima. for Rubadub. tha fairy man. waa having •rouble. "Hrre'a tha yellow patntr thay «alled. holding up thair buoketa. "Tha Fairy Quean tut aome fraah aunbeame and madr a lot of U while WW war* at har palaea " "Thank mid Hubadub, mopping hla face with a handkar ahlaf. and dropping tha perruplae b» wa» scrubbing tha anlmali with. "I wondarad what had happened to you. and ao did ail tha buttarrup* an.l 4and«llona and daffodil*. to My noth tog of tha tullpa and Wk-uaaa and Aalaiaa and panrlea and clove buah. and wild maaiord and marigold* and glnlnlaa and wood antral, and brwad and butler, and prlmroaea and- But Itubadub had to atop to get hla breath, or no doubt baa be going on yat "And whan they fonnd tha yajj>iw paint had run out. or rather that tha Johnny Chuck Ceta Up Late «<TT MI'HT be I've w*J<«l op aarty." X a»ld Johnny Chock, rolling ovtr and looking up the lone twill which I'd from hi* bedroom up to hi* doorway The hill rw dark -It per talnly mu*l be thai he had waked very early. He yawned alaeplly. arfretohed. and then curled up (or an Mhrr nap. By and by Johnny Chuck onened hi* eyea once mare II wae Junt a* dark a* before. "What alia me to kea*p waking up la the night like thtaT" *aid Johnny; "I never have before. And. my gocdn«*a how huniiry t am" Ju*t then Jobfcny beard a *ound that mad* bun ell up ao auddenly that he bumtwd bU bead, for the rant of bla bedroom la eery low. -OucbT cried Johnny Chuck. Than he hopped out of bed. and. without waiting to waah hi* fhea or anmb hi* hair, be etarted up the long kail toward bla front door He Mil beard Marnmv Jay laughing fit to kill himself, and be know that Sammy SEATTLE WOMAN COULO NOT GET OUT OF HOUSE Mr*. WoQin Waa Almost Helpl«M and Her Recov ery by Taking Tan lac Is Talk of Neighborhood. "My lecovery haa baan ao remark, •bla that it la tha talk of the neigh borhood and my friend* who used to gympathtaa with me are now con gratulaling ma on how well and atrong I am looking.'' mid Mr* N f, Wo'lln, of i:U Burke avenue. Beat, tie while telling rarently of tha won derful benefit* abe haa derived by taking Tan lac. "I had suffered so Jon* with rheu matism. disordered kidney* and Horn gch trouble that 1 waa a perfect wreck and waji In misery nearly all (be lima. The rheumatism mu so tad In my leini that I had to rive up my house work, aa I could only liob bl< around, and finally I got an I waa unable to even cat out of tba house My kidney* bothered me con stan'Jy and my back ached ao bed Uiat many times I aat up «1! night lon* tryln* to *et relief. My whole body was racked with pain and I was simply In misery all the time My stomach was badly upset and noth ing I ate agreed with mc I lust my appetite and got to where I ate no little I was slowly starving to death. I fell off In weight until 1 *»« a jn« re frame and got no weak I could hardly stand up My nervea were In g drowdful condition and I wu no restless I would roll toas all night lon* and sufferln* so It was bard for me to get any aleep at all. I waa In a hospital for aome tlm». tried dieting for a lon* while and took every medicine and treatment 1 knew of. but all the time I grew worse off Instead of better I waa al most helpless and. aa I look back wver my condition, 1 can't see how I held out under Lbe atraln aa long aa J dkl "But now I am happy to nay that gt laat T have found a medicine that an be depended on and I feel more grateful than I can tell for the good Tanlac has done me Ktght away my troubles began to leave me and my appettite Improved and I started gaining back my lost weight. I nm almost afraid to nay how much 1 have gained for some people may doubt It, but It's the truth, I have actually gained fifty pounds snd am onus more back at my normiil weight The rheumatism has left m* almost entirely and T am now doing my housework again. My digestion fs *o fine that I can eat Just anything j wish without the least trouble aft erwards. My kidneys don't vfrirry me like they did and the pains have Kit gone from my back My nerves are just as steady as can be and my I* restful and refreshing Tan- Jac has meant more to me than I can ever tell and I now see whv so many people everywhere are praising It." Tanlac Is sold In Henltle by Hurtell ofratl Htorex under the personal <ll •action a special Tanlac represoo- canary had -pitied It," ha want on ~tha> got Into a panic (or f*t thar wouldn't got flaad up to go to th<* Land WhareUprtng la t'omlng And aarh ana h»<t dacldad upon what color ha ahnuld ba If vou didn't gat bark In tlma with a now atipply of yallow. Juat Imaglna what paopla would think If tha dandelions t|> p«»re«l in pink, and the d iffodlla blur, and the buttareupa rod' Hut that* Juat what thay wore going to do If you hadn't nunr. and lht\ didn't '-are a tupenny bu If thr book-* on floaera had to be wrtitrn all o»«r again My, but I'm (lad you're heraP* And attar the twine hiul told him all about their advrnturra at 11.» t'.ilry Qunn'i palace and lb' Morning Star, they rot tha big pic ture book again and finlahrd tha m< ruaaa and a lot of other flowere. and •van helped to fti up *'tn' inure of tha hlßln Which you ahal! hear about tomorrow (Copyright, l»:». N. K. A.I Jay never, never would be out there laughing in tha night It *•** *iill dark In tho hull, and ouuide ha could Mill hear Mommy Jay laughing What eouW II mean) finally Johnny Chuck rear hod hi* doorway ft waa all ov»red U|> with hay. and thai wa* why the hall waa lark. Johnny pushed the hay out of the way and itnpprd out. The bright •untight made him blink thunmy Jay errearoed lo<i<Wr than ever with laughter Johnny blinked and blinked. and Kanmy Jay laughed nrwl laughed. Johnny 1 l<«"k• <) up at jolly, round, rod Mr. Hun He waa alnioat overhead. I >ual y bo wa* Juat be ginning to rllmb tha blu*. blue *ky whan Johnny Chuck c*m« out fur bla breakfaet. "Xih. you aleapy head" ahoutrd Sammy Jay, Johnny Chdek looked iheoplah. hot ha couldn't aay a word, for here II waa the middle of the day and he hadn't bad breakteat y«l Juat than along came Jlmmv Bkutik. Jimmy looked mwt dl*r»pu table Ha certainly did Hla cloth* - * were tumbled and rumpled and dirty And Jimmy waa *o *l>-opy thai be 'Wild hardly keep hi* eye* open Ev IdeiiUy be bad been oul all night. "Have you wn anything of my bona*** axked Jimmy Bkank "Whatr' urlaimed Johnny Chuck "1 kaked you If you had •«*<> any thing of my hooae. have youf re plied Jimmy Skunk, croaaly, for hr waa vary, very aleepy, Johnny atared at Jimmy for a full minuta ' "Are you craay. Jimmy Hkunk** be aakad. "How ahould I aee anything of your houne when I've )u*t got up* Healde*. hooae* don't run away * Mine haa," replied Jlmray. mourn fully: "and I want to find It and go to bed," he added Bammy Jay, who had been tut en Ing. laughed lon dor tlian ever, and even Johnny Chuck ami led "Wall till I get nomethlng to eat. and then I will help you find your bouae," •aid he. Bo Johnny Chock got something to eat and then he followed Jimmy Sammy Jay t creamed loud er than ever with laughter. Hkunk up the Crooked Little Path la the top of the hill. "Hlght here* where I left my house hut now It Isn't here," said Jimmy, mournfully, Johnny Chuck looked around No house waa to be seen, lie Idly began to kick a pile of mind. "Ouch!" ho cried, aa his toe hit something hard MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organ*; he ( an b« as vigorous and healthy at 70 an at 35 it he aid* Ins organ* in performing their function*. Keep your vital organs healthy with COLD MEDAL\ rhe world'* standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid trouble* since 1698; correct* disorders; atimulstss vltel organ*. All druggist*, three sUs*. * t **" Tin: doings of Tin: puffs— WEDLOCKED— FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS — KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES— OTTO AUTO— Then he began to dig awav the sand, and there was a stone filling up the doorway of Jlmmv Hkunk's house Together they pulled It out and Jim my Skunk .-repl In, almost too sleepy to say th.ink you. "I wonder who did It!" said Johnny Chu. k Then he found a footprint. A great light broke over Johnny Chuck "Hobby Coon haa been playing tricks on us"' he ek'ialmed "Jti*t jrou wait, llobby Coon;, you'll have to take your own medicine yet!" Nrjit story: Bobby <'« on Tal.iti His Own Medicine. Discharged Cop to Appeal for Job Mounted Patrolman F. W. Bow man. Chief Warren for making all#**! false statements about thf payment to him of $2O by a HpMrdlnf motorist., to fight it out t>efore tii# civil nor vie** oommiisioß. H# »yi tl»# no tortet owwl him 12ft on h limn. Forger Will Go to Prison for Life f'rleun for life will be thr aenterice given Kllnworth' Hoyle, convicted Monday Id J. T. Ronald*® court of being A habitual criminal. Hoyle had bean fcfend guilty of forgery nix time a. TTTF SEATTLE STAR—TTTESDAY. WAT 4, TO2H. James F. Bray under grand Jury indictment for iJ)fjr<d Altera tion of war Bonds ninrnp certifi cate*, plruded toot •puUty when nr rnijrncd hofore Federal, Judge N* tarcr Monday. When Meals Disagree and gtftMnets, tour stomach, uWcr brash and luch dis tresses follow, due to indi gestion or dyspepsia there it prompt relief in Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets After meali they neutralize the arid itomarli, giving the alkaline effect, the Hint when in normal working order. Theie tahlett are told in every drug itnrt in the U. 8 and Can ada at 50r a bo*. Known to a hoot of people for 25 years at the one thing needful in an attack of indigent ion. Tom Ik Drented for Lower Pricrs. // Srivird I.or rim! to Alck■ The Or Gal Wa* Tickled. Tun Minds That Stole the Sams Baxc. Mariner Dies of Heart Trouble Capt Rodney S. Church, well known Northweat mariner, died sud denly of heart failure Monday, at bta home. 27,16 4lSth ava. B W, Opt Church wan a aon of Lewis K Church, territorial governor, of Dakota. Hp waa a member of the Ma*tera', Mates' and Pllote' ftaaoola- Uon, and u veteran of the ftpanlah- Am-rli in war Me had lived In Kv erclt until a few years a»o. The funeral will lie held Wed ilea day, at 2 p. m War Vocabulary Wreck* Home Bliss When Alex Dixon Joined the 00l orri he could swear tolerably well, but when In waa rnualered out. Hep temb. r, 1919. ho waa n past mnater of hot worda. Anna 1 >l*on churned In divorce suit Tueaday. The iiweur In* grated on her ears, ahe declared. He la employed by the Hetrtle I,(slit In* 00. and Uvea at SOOf.Ai First live. N. VT Charles Howe, (10. 1131 Fre mont ave, fell from a scaffold Mon day In Fremont and la 111 the Meat tie Oeneral hospital Tucailay with a wrenched back. Poor, Callnnt Prfor. Ex-Fa ther-in-Law Gets in Hi» Way Superior .lilrtKO A. W. Prater waa to hold a nportal hearing at 5 P m. Tueaday In the matter of John Frank II oof a application for cltUenahlp. conteated by I'iUlce l.leuL F A. Itlbbach, father of Van Ilnof'a divorced wife Itlbbach clalma Van Hoff la an I. W. W. Have You Tried Pyramid for itehing, bleeding or protruding pilci or hem orrhoids? So many people have found relief in the ew of Pyramid I'ila Treat ment that it i* kept m •lock by «I moat every riruggmt in the V. 5 aad Canada at M cants a boa. Cathedral Drive Successful Here St. James' catUwlral drive netted $120,000. Of thl* sum $lOO,OOO will be uard to free the cathedral from a mortgage and the remainder for dio cesan charitable Institution*. Simple Way to End Dandruff There Wi one aure way that haa never failed to remove daofruff at once, and that la to dissolve it, then you destroy tt entirely. To do thla, Juat get about four ounrea of plain. common liquid arvon from any drug ■tore (thla la all you will need), apply It at nlßht whan retiring: use enough U> molaten the aoalp and rub It In gently with the finger tlpa. By morning, moat If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and thre* or foui more appiinationa will com pletely dlaaolve and entirely destroy every single sign and traco of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You wltl find all Itching and dig ging of the acalp will atop liytuntly, and your hair will be fluffy, luatrou* gloaay, gdlky and aoft, and look and feel a hundred tUnai C PACE 13 —Tiy AT J.MAN ~B), LEO —By BLOSSER —Bu POP MOMAND —By AHERN This leaves the Skin Free From Hairy Growths (Toilet Talk*) A simple method for completely removing every trace of hair or fun Ik here given. This Is palnleaa and usually a Kindle treatment will ban lah even stubborn growths To re move hiilra, make a thick paste with some powdered delntone and water, •preud on hnlry surfnee and aftor aliout 2 minutes rub off, wuili the ■kin and llie hairs are gone. Thin method will not mar the akin, hut to avoid disappointment, be certain you get delatone,—Advertisement. Lumbago? Lessen the pain BAUME ANALGIAS! QUE BENGUE will give you quick relief. Put it on your shopping lUt M.C.