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Otar*. - <mnc stood atltl. then. tilt they " rjun# to aa uiJ w* led thorn bark to the »r>oU "Sam was with father. l(o was •no of the men who had been try tnr to ret that boar and we wore glad enough to hart him there to »ee our victory. **l took great pains to explain to him how it ni " *Tou see." I told him. the Inar «u too smart for you. Ha look ad for you In tha on-hard, but we war* too a mart for htm. Ha thought ha «u all |*re out here In tha fora.it..' " " 'And here ba la." wa cried grandly. aa wa cam* upon him. "Poor old fallow' Ha bad mud* * big fight; hi* bark was ahot. first above his hind quarters, ao that his l< must have dragge.l except whan ha thraw himself up. At thorn tlmaa whan wa aaw hta •ye*. Wa figured all Una out by the mark* on the torf. "Just what* he lay there wii a square of tnrf, about a foot thick, lata, which those trnible clawa had been fasterke and In hta death struggle he had turned thts bodily out of Me ground. "If you want to know how ■rooh strength that took try It Mia* day with a spada, flirting •at a square foot of turf twelra Inches thick*. "Between then the two Man rot *** ADVENTURE'S OF THt TWINS _ly RoWir Barton So up the fairy landlord went, alone. ffaney and Nick started to follow TliJfcailag upetaim. when he went to look Wr Chirk Chipmunk, to »ee what on «u-th he meant by flamming ao many bantu drawers. But the 1.11 tie Oreen Shoes stopped them light at the bottom and wouldn't take another step. So bp the fairy landlord went. •Mo. He was worried, because It «u rent day. you know, and be waa afraid Chirk couldnl flod enough Money to pay him. Every atep be took, the stairs creaked and groaned miserably. brut Tlngaling pretended not to notice thin, any more than he had the mg gtitg doom and the had wall paper. I Vp ha went, up and up and up tn the direction of the drawer-slam ming. hut rrery new step tilted him go. that finally he had to grab the feaßtffter to keep himself from fallinc. He waa almost to the top, about Best to the last step. I think, when there *u a crash. and a and • loud splintering sound. and Tlnga- JJ J Baby Possum Crows Lonesome Rmrrr rax mx «t the foot ot the black birth tree and watched the safe. snug Uttle hollow Into Which Baby possum had scrambled •gain. Reddy K<w had been ao sure that thla time Baby Possum wae real ly coming down that. In spite of him self, he had smiled aa he thought ■how yood that possum baby wolud taste. Then Reddy Kox had pretend ed to go away, bat he did not go far, •nd now here be waa back at tl>e toot at the tree. Reddy Fox sat and scratched one ear aa he tried to think of eome new plan that would get Haby Possum down on the ground. Every plan fie had tried so far had failed. "Perhaps," said Reddy Fox to htm gelf; "perhaps If I go off and hide. Baby Possum will grow tired of stay ing up there and will come down. I believe 111 try It." Reddy pretended to yawn. "Good by. Baby pusum!" he called. "I FRECKLES fimw b the Time to Oat Rid of Tbne Igly Npote There'* no longer tha allghteat need Of feeling aahamed of your freckle*. *■* Othlne—double atrength —la guaranteed to remove theae homely apo'ta. Simply get an ounce of Othlne— double atrength from any drugglat er* apply a ilttle of It night and morning, and you ahould aoon aee (hat evtn the worat frecklei have be gun to dtaappear. while the lighter enea have vanlahed entirely. It la that more than an ounce la to completely clear the akin and gain a beautiful, clear com plexion. jfo aura to aak for thy double strength Othlne. aa thli la aold un der guarantee of money Utcit U it f-M» txt remove frcckloa. Taste 86 BF.AR STOBY—<('<mttnn«4l him to tha houae. Than came the tearch for bullet*. "Klmer'a buck ahot wera found first. Evidently that second ahot had hit the beaat squarely Ive. tween the eyea; for the hnary buck ahot were fluttaned out on hta akull. "Itut the rifle bullets had ap parently finished him. They found two of theae and t think father was only a llttlsaa proud than wa were oyer eur auo ceML "Thine* had quieted down and the t>ear waa on the gambrel stlcka " (Now neither IVfgy nor David knew what cambrel stwks are. do you' They are crooked eti-ka. shaped aomethlng Ilka the hind leg of a horse, and are used to banc tha beef and other maata on while they are being cleaned and inada ready for food. They cail that "draealnr the meat.**) "Welt, when mother cam* home, there hung the bear on the Cambral-etickJL And after ahe had asked all kinds of qaentloAa, aa mothers do. about whether we were sure we were alt lf ere weren'*. afraid out there In the dark, and how we could have planned It ail and kept It froia her. ahe aald to father, 'Well I gueaa l.ibby gela her nfle.' 1 "And 1 gueaa I dHI" I*) POOR MR. TINGALING tin* suddenly disappeared altogether' It wa* plain what had happened: the step wan too old and wobbly to bold hits, and had gone clear thru to the cellar, taking the fairy man landlord wt'h It -Oh. oh. oh?* screamed the twin*, rushing around, and not knowing what to do. "Won't somebody help*" "Wait a minute." advtsed the Mac teal Muihmom. and sure enough, the rlammin* above stopped and Chirk nturk his h«td avr lb* rail. "WbM's wrong""" he aftked. "Did something drop?" "Yes, yes." cried Kirk. "Mr TingW llng ban fallen thm the stairs. l>o help ua to ft him. "All right." answered Chirk cheer fully sliding down th« bun Intern "He's prohnbly In the cellar. "I haven't been able to u«e the*e stairs for a year come Christmas ~ Bo lighting a lantem the chip munk and the children went down cellar to find poor T'.ngnllng (Copyright. 19:#. K. A.) cant spend any more time here, be cause I've got too many other thing* to do m go back by the hollow tree and tell old Mrg. Possum that you don't care anything about her and that you wouldn't come home when you had the chance. I hope "Eoo-hoo-hoo! Ah with Ah hadn't run away from home." Mhadow the Weaael will not flnil yoti, becauae —wall. Shadow tha We»»l In \ery fond of young pouuax. Ha told me no hlmaelf." With that Keddy Vnx got to hi* feet. atretcbed, yawnrt, an/1 then trotted off tnto tha flreen Korea t. jum an If he r«ally meant to do aa he had aaid he would. Uaby Poaaum had Joked hla aharp little fac.a out of tha aafe, anug little hollow when Raddy Fox began to apeak, and now bla little, aharp, black eyea watched Ked'ly Fox out of eight. Ileddy never fine" turned hla hen/1, and rwby Poahum an w him dlaappear behind a thick young ham lock tree. It wu vary, vary atlll In tha Orean Foreat. Poaaum began to feel loneaomer and loneaomer and lone unmet. ll» k«-yt thinking at Hfeulow doings of the duffs— WEDLOCKED— FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS— * KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES— OTTO AUTO— the Wmse], and every time he thought of Hhadi/w the Weasel little shivers of fright ran up end down the backbone of Baby Possum. It grew lonesoiner and lonesomer and ■ rv TOO! TACATION *<HW |Oa^,W«.«**•«>] ■ H \^<km»willkalMM» I . a I ] V" !■ I - SU " , L **- j ■ band to auk* jwa M, mm, \\.--t——J( H lan m IBK A kuU 3loaa'« tJKf) ■ I.«!■■* wit Babar yea ay *G'lr " 3B9lsEfiw3Bfl^^Bi^^^^l lor the Ml d^. AMfnfci vMMf nMt||h ■ AtAHDrwmmtm, AH^HHH ■ _ !uzom.tl.4o TTTE SEATTLE STAH loneiiorner. Ilwby Possum Hat hunched up In a little bunch on a branch of th«i blink birch tre«, and the first thin* he knew be wn* crylnr. Ton, Mir. Baby Possum »«i cryln*. Wilbitr Is Certainly the Liberal Guy. The Fore night of Husbands. It Ijookcd Suspicion* to Tagalong! Starts With "T" and Then it Leaves. "Hoohoohoo! Ah wljih Ah hadn't run amy from homo. Poo-hoohoo! Ah w»tiu m&h mammy," Bobbed liuby Possum. Mow. J teddy Foi hadn't (tone away at all, but all the time wu* lylnn flat on hi* stomach behind the thick young hemlock tree. When he hoard ISuby Poasuro cry, Jleddy Kox chuck lo«l to himself. "He'll come down pretty soon now," thought Rcddy Fox. and Hiiuu k' d hla lips. Nnt story. Baby Posaum Haa an I den. After jroa eat—always us« FATONIC ■BCEMSOBSeSOCLSBD —one or two tablets—eat like candy. InatantlvrelievaaHeartbum. Bloated Gassy Feeling. Stop* in<l (geation. food souring, repeating, headache and lb* many miserioa caused by Acid-Stomach HATONIC Is the beat remedy, it take* the harmful acids and panes right out of the body and, of eoorae, joa got well. Tana of thotuanda wonderfully benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded by your own drug giiU I'kaMtryitl And Pa Got His. 76, He Claims to Be War's Oldest Soldier LONDON, Eng.. June 2.V—Claim- Inn to have bc#n the oldest serving soldier durlnx the war, William Clark, 7# year* old, applied to the Guildford, committee for work, lie enll*ted In tho mutiny days and ha* nerved continuously over since. Ho wh« given a Job aw <*ook. ctBH MtUS MAKt smowo. BBifAl STURDY MEN aadMEALTMY SflßfHl BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IWtfm Iran U'red blond food and In ■■pPA my finerKnc* 1 hntr* found natfia no betici means of building up the red blood corpuscles IS and helpini to air* In fK crasaca power to the tjwn orgsnlc Iron; How to Instantly Have A Beautiful White Skin A Pree Preaertpllaa Does Thla far I'au—l'au t dd I'repare It at Yanr Home. New Tork.—lt Is my own dtscor ery and It takes Just one application to net such marvelous results, says Mae Kdna Wilder, when her friends ask. her about her wonderful white ■kta unci the Improved appearance of her hands and arms. You can do the same thing If you follow my advice. She says I feel It Is my duty to tell every girl or woman what thla re markable prescription did for me. Just think of It All this chance In a single application. I never tire of telling others Just what broußht about ouch remarkable results. Here is the Identical prescription that whitened my skin and removed every defect from face., neck, bands and arms. I'ntll you try It you can form no Idea of the marvelous Change It will make. The prescrip tion which you can prepare at your own ls as follows: Go to any grocery and get 10 <-ents worth of ordinary oatmeal, and from any drug store a bottle of derwlllo. I'repare the oatmeal as directed In every package of derwlllo and apply night and morning. The first application will astonish frou. It makes the skin appear white, transparent, smooth and velvety. J especially reconi STAR .WANT ADS BRING RESULTS, * 1 ' —By ALLMAN -By LEO —Bxj BLOSSER —By POP MOM AND —By AHERN mend It for frecVlea, ton. »«B coarse pore*, dark, sallow. rouglj ■ kin. ruddiness, wrlnklea. and 1* fact every blemish the face. neck, hands and arms are heir to. If your neck I* dark one appllcatloa of thla Derwlllo-Oatmeal comblna tlon will make It look aa white aa a Illy. It I* absolutely harmless and will not produce or stimulate • growth of hair. No matter how rough and ungainly the handa and arms, or what abuses they have had through hard work and expoaure to the sun and wind thla prescription will work a wonderful transform** tlon In 12 hours at the moat. Thou sands who have uaed It have bad tlo same results a* 1 have had. NOTK—To got the beat effect b« sure to follow the complete dlreo tlons contained In every package of Derwlllo. You have only to get der« willo and oatmeal. You need noth ing elae and it la ao simple that anyone can use It. and ao Inexpen sive that any girl or woman can afford It. Druggists and department stores guarantee that ther? will ha a noticeable Improvement gTter flrat application or they will refund tha money. It la sold In thla city at all toilet counters tinder a money-re fund guarantee by all department stores and druggists, including Kar tell Drug Co. and Owl Drug Co. I