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Otait Stttti-- . MIiniOOPEK:" exclaimed Oa " vld. "That *a.i % rTiVtr scrap, wasn't ft? And what <tl<l Mr. Ward do about building his boat "Welt." T>addy took up the story. "The Factor hardly know wh*t to think. He wild. 'Well! wall' well! If J tell my Canadian* to stop. they stop But If I tell these Americans to stop. they keejf right on!' "And no they did. On Wspato Island they found what they need ed They m»d<> a keel of nwutip white oak. (rubbed up rrd fir roots for timber*, and planked It with cedar drasaed by hand. • "When the schooner was nearly finished. Commodore \Vllk>n went up ths Willamette The Commo dore was as Interested as ha could be. and he aAld thing* to the Fac tor which made him stand around "And so the men not all the thlnga they needed, but the Factor UiouKht h® 'had them' yet. " They c*n't go." he aald. "They don't know anything about the ■m. and they have no papers" " "1 hare tented lisle.' the Com modore replied, 'and I have given thorn pa per*. Oale l» an old sailor.' "* "The rkoonff l«n't wen bunt" tho Factor then objecti-d. 'She lan't at rone enouirh to go to w«f "HidMiwvr worked In a ahlp yard In ttie State*.' aald thr Com inodore 'And the veaael In atout enough to double Cape Horn. If they can't pay for what they want, charge It to me.' ADVENTURE'S OR TMt TWINS I • O 1 1 .. tl A I V aivo Rob«rk, Mw "WKo-o?" called Oscar again, impatiently snored Oscar .Owl soj ffcardOhat the taiewl on his nlcht cap ►shook Uka everything. h<> •tut agala like a uv mlll —one that kadnt seen an oil can since 1492 And oh, but he looked happy! He wu dreaming that little Mun ehle Mnu*. who lived in the cellar and who took care of th* gnrtmge cans for « everybody In Maple-Tree Vlat/. had cot onto the dumb-waiter . ky mistake, and furthermore, he went en dreaming that the lumb-waiter had stopped at his own floor and that when he opened the little trap door, there sat Munchle all huddled UP like a round rip* berry. 80 bo wonder he didn't hear Mr Tlngaling coming for the ren*. nor Nancy and Nick. Of course, falrle* tread lightly, and. as for the little t.reen Bhoea the twins wore, they were quieter than thoughts, being magical. They walked up the maple tree as easily as the rubber tires on your bicycle slide orer the cement j sidewalks. « Rat tat tat. rata-tat tat-tat, knocked Tlngaling. his bells jingling with the Home at Last AS FART as ever they rould. Peter Rabbit and Baby Possum ran away from the laughing Brook, where Snapper the Turtle was hold Ing Reddy Kox fast by the tall. On. on they ran thru the Ctreen Forest, Ifc.nd always Peter Rabbit kept watch ing behind for fear that Reddy Ko* might have got away and be follow In* them Baby Possum «u no tlrr<l arid so out of breath that be could hardly walk when they met Prickly Porky the Porcupine. Baby P'wiium MUIHtK! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" .Syrup of Fig* Iy—took for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child la having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children )ovc Its fruity taste. Pull dirertid'tn on each bottle. You must say "Call laroi*." Pajfp 96 nir. st \R ( haplcr 3 "Then the Commodore rave them a little flag and wfcen the schooner was finished they paint ed her black with a white lino running from atein to stern, and they were some proud! "They thought It would be great sport to surprise the Factor, so they sailed down the Willam ette to Fort Vancouver. "They sailed so cloae to tha barge Vancouver that It nearly touched her slda, and CspL Gala ahouted 'Helm a lee" "As tha swung around, tha Stars and fltrlpea wera flung In the faces of the British aallors. and on tha schooner'* slda the Kngllsh tar* read In full faoa let ter* "Trta Star of Oregon.' "The Americana were mighty crowy, I tell you' They offered to oarry some special mall to Cali fornia. "Hut the Canadians wera scorn ful. and said their mail would go later on the Cadborough. "The sailors on tha barque Jeered at them. "Oho" they cried. 'Oho' As soon is you see the Pa cific vou'll be scared and turn back!" •tlal* spread Ma aatl tn snewer ta that, ana st>ewt*4 bark. 'l'll (« to Usvfy Janes' l»rk«r flra" off lh»r oallod - f"»r B><* »f»4 a Itttto Indian N>y • Ju»t At •uiim!. tlAfH«mh#r if. 11C lh*T rroand IK* And turn#d th»tr fa<ta Mouth Thr wind M*» a |il« And th» llttl* ahlp flow o*»r tbA ««f»« Ilk* * atortyiv fwtr*L fh# llttu rf»* mm* A*AAtrk. hut til* rapuifl >t»Ad at th« htjtn of UIA (lylfif ihlp for It hour! And on th» fifth d«r th« Star «hot Ihni th« U"ld«« liAtA JUAt U tli* aun want down." (To B* Onotintmft OSCAR OWL S DREAM >| effort. , Oscar waited suddenly then and : blinked his sleepy eyea! He was cross at being disturbed. Just when Stun ; chle Mouse was about to pop down his throat! (in the dream). Rat a-tat-tat! knocked TlngaMng strain. "Pre coma for the rent. I'm 1 the landlord" I "Who?" called Ontr "Tlngaling." aniwtrtd the fairy., | "the landlord! I've come for your , rent." "Whoor* called Oeosr agaJn. In»- patiently. "What"* the matter? Are you deaf*" roared Tlngaling, rattling the doorknob v i-o-l e-n t-l-y. "No. not deaf, but swfutly ■tad." snapped Oscar. Jerking the door open suddenly. "What's all Uila about rent?" "I want It, that's all" answered Tlngaling. getting peevish himself. "Indeed— said Oscar Owl. "Well, I've paid you the last docen times , Why don't you collect from Rustle I RedHqulrrel sometime*? He's si -1 ways here.at nights" 1 |( of»Ticlit, i*;», X. K. A.) had never met him before, and Prick ly Porky was such a queer looking fellow that Haby Possum was afraid of him and started to climb a tre</. "HI, Uaby Possum! What are you doing that for?" shouted Peter Rab bit. 'Because Ah'm a little might skeery," said Baby Poesum. Peter Rabbit laughed. "Prickly Porky hurt you. B'hlln, It wouldn't help you to climb a tree, for he ran cllrnb Ju*t ax well a* jou can. In fact, he llve-t moat of the time In the treetops,'' said Peter Rabbit. Baby Po»»um stopped climbing. and th«n very slowly he add bark to the foot of the tree and eyed Prickly Porky doubtfully, prickly Porky smiled. and when liaby Po* num kiw Prickly Porky'* long teeth Baby Possum was more frightened (ban ever, and backed away hur riedly. But Ju*t then they heard footsteps pattering over the dry leave*, and there win Reddy Ko* hurrying along with hlo none to the ground In the tracks of Peter Rabbit and Baby Po* sum. His tongue was hanging out and he ws* panting for breath, be cause he had hurried so. He saw Baby Po**um first, and his yellow eye* gleamed a* he leaped forward Poor little Baby Po*sum waa too frightened to move. "I've got you this timer' snarled Reddy Ko*. Hardly were the word* out of Reddy's mouth when he heard a sound that made him stop short, and all the fierceness died out of his eves. It waa a queer, rattling sound. Reddy Ko* had heard It he fore, and he really didn't need to look up to find out what it meant Of course, it wis Prickly Porky rat tltng the thousand little spears hid den in his long coat Prickly Porky *tepp« d between Reddy Ko* and Baby Possum, and once more rattled his thousand little spear*. Reddy Ko* backed iway. Then Baby Possum knew that be DOINGS OF THE DUFFS— WEDLOCKED- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS- KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES— OTTO AUTO had nothing to fear from Prickly Porky, and when the litter told him to trot after Peter Rabbit, Baby poKM*m did no with a light heart. And no they marched thru the Oreen Kore«t, Prter Rabbit hop ping along In front to *how the way, behind him Baby Po**um. and, la«t of all, Prickly Porky, rattling his thousand Utile spears Ho they came to the hollow tree where I'nc' Billy and Mr*. Possum live "Here. ve are!" shouted Peter Rabbit. "Here we sre!" shouted Peter Rabbit. Old Mrs. Possum rushed out at TIIE SEATTLE STAR the aound of Peter's voice, and when aha saw her lost baby, aha hurried to take him Into her bin pocket. Ill* Baby pDMum wouldn't no In. No. air; Baby Poaaum wouldn't go Into Old Mrs.tPoasurn's big pocket/ "Ah ain't a baby no mo'." aald he. itnd started to climb up the hollow tree. And bark In the ahndnw of the *!reen Korest Reddy Fox ground his teeth in hunger and anger as he watched, for be knew now that Baby Poaaum had learned to look out for hlmaelf. Next story: Jerry Muskrat Is lauilN At. EPILEPSY ;|" c: STOPPED IrtS.l IV N. MUM'S «*M-SrTI« I I A rational and rrmarbafclf ■Mcesssful Irtltmilli ' IHLSS i:r:.;n^Fßgn "" D *oJPSTJrSIr It St «n» illll" Calir*mla VMwas Van.- | tMIM < »llf. April lUI, itlt r* , •••r mn I aulfsrsd untold atony ' ai»l kiniiMil from Kplj*psr. had as ht«h u i 1 «!>• gnl *OO Ota In a jaar I took all kinds ( <* (rssirnant Many Injursd mors than | , »h«» »li« 1 m* fn.-1 I 'iaad fir Klina's , stnns l)ar la' 1914 anrt alms thst tlma hats f ' had noly f fits It la now •« daps sine* Uis . Imi on* <J t Boucb 1 L-M.II.IOMCI. mJt&Airnm Sovutimes It's Expensive to Try and Save Annie Wanted the Rest of the Car. His Mother Didn't Know Different! Bella Donna Understood Perfectly. Now Let's See 7/ Ed Can Figure Out His Own Chatter Find Skeleton of Prehistoric Bat IIOBAIIT, Tasmania. July 7.—A complete nkrleton recently (ilseov ••red In the Mowbray Marsh, on the far outskirts of the wild marahy If You Are Easily Tired Out, • Your Blood Needs Purifying < logged l p Impurities Will I'litler dermlne Your Health As summer approaches the Impu rities that have been accumulating In the system throughout the winter begin to clog up the circulation, cans Ing a general weakness and deblll taled condition that Is generally known as "Suhimer Sickness," The first symptoms are usually a loss of appetite, followed by a grad ually lessening of energy, the system becomes weaker day by day, until you feel yourself on the verge of 11 breakdown Children Just at this sea son ara peevish and Irritable, and be come puny and lifeless. This whole condition Is but the re suit of impurities In the blood tluti regions of Northwest Tasmania, con firms the existence 20.000 or .10,000 years nio of a giant wombat, one of the pouched animal* peculiar to the Antipodes In life It would he bigger than a mule, with four elephantine legs and a head resembling a bulldog. have been accumulating and make themaelves felt more distinctly wllh the change of season. They show that Nature needa assistance In giv ing the system a general house, lean Ing. Nearly everybody Just now needs a few bottles of 8. 8. 8., the great vegetable blood remedy, to cleanse out all Impurities. It is good for the children, for it gives them new strength and puts their system In condition so they can more eaally re slat the many ailments so prevalent In summer. 8, 8. 8. Is without an equal a a a general tonlo and system builder It Improves the appetite and gives new strength and vitality to both old and young. Full Information and valuable lit erature can be had hy writing to Bwlft Hpeclflr Company, «09 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, U*. Blood Transfusion Saves Her Father BRISTOU, Enir.. July 7.—Taken suddenly 111 with Internal. hemor rhage, Detective Inspector May waj. removed to a hospital whrre his 15 year-old daughter Olndys saved his life by submitting to blood transfu jMon. Nearly a pint of blood was taken frond the girl REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS In order to Introduce our new (whalebone) plate, which la the tightest and strongest plate known, covers very little *of the roof of the mouth; *ou can bite corn off the cob. guaroa* teed ___ EXAMINATION PRKB Whalebone set of teeth M Bddgework M \J I [ J Amalgam Killing $t FAINLKBS EXTRACTION All work guaranteed for 1( reara Have tmpreaalon taken In He morning and get teeth same day examination and adrtee free. Tall aad Mm ftaasploa of Osr Plot* m 4 giMit Work. We Stand tfee Teal et Tlu. 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