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Gtar», i^ 1 . )• (WivIRIiR Is one more Neah Itay story I might Ml you un ha yoo are tired hwlm about Indiana." **l guess rm not tired." ttavid said, with much feeling "Hunif «*T I'm going to write a whole book about Indiana when I grow ■P" "And rm (nine to maka tha pictures In It," Peggy tildMl, "I.lke tha ones your mother did maka tn that book. Wa never ret tired of Indian .stories. do <*>. Da vie?" "I ahould say not!" I>avld agree.l "Go on and tall ua an other one, please"" "AD right. IU tell yon the atory of Chief Salmon. "Old Salmon. aa we called him. Ml a grant man In hla tribe when he waa young, lie lived far enough north to get much of the feeling and character of thorn bad Indians. He waa cruel to hla ponlea. cruel to hla wlvea. and oh: ao cruel to hla slaves! He had broad shoulders. a big flat head, long arms and short, squat leg* and piercing black eyes which looked wicked and mean. "Whm hf made » man hla »l«v» k* tlmyi marked htm *o that wharever he went men would know that he krioniN to Rmlmon "1 almoat hate to tell you how h« marked those poor alave*. It «M ao tfrruttiiL He pat out the Adventore-s OF THfr TWINS Mr div» KoUri/ Barton Nick handed m thus report: "Your son it playing truant." TUfR. BCRIBBI.B SCRATCH, tha ™1 fairy schoolmaster. laid down hla chalk when Mark Muakrnt called Out that there waa a spkler-web over the hot* in tha floor, ao that Muffy Kola and Floppy Field Mouaa couldn't have gone that way when they dteappeared. Bar" Ann Hpkjer. over In her cor Mr, wait on industriously with her and never Bickered an ejra- Hd. "Wen have to send tha attendance '•Acer far them at once," sold ftcrtb hle Scratch, looking worried. ;■ But Nick was already busy He had heard what the Uttle molr-boy and house boy had said to tiw splder glrl on their way to school, se ha was Watching. After school had taken up. ha saw tha earth moving suspicious ly. right under tha grass by the ■chool-hoos* window, a little mound that kept shoving ahead almost as rapidly as you could draw a chalk ■uuk on the blackboard. Nick knew Iteiiime BY THORNTON W. 11l IWiKHS The Treetoad Pours Out His Troubles STICKYTOEB THE TREETOAD wan quite "upset. There wan no doubt about It. Either he had not out on the wrong side of the tied thut nwrnlng, or hi* breakfast had dls •irre'd with him, or something had happened to make him lone his tem per completely. "Don't know what It means' Don't know what It mean*! Don't know Then Sticky toe* Poured Out AU His Troubleh to Peter what It mean*" croaked Sticky toe* over and over ngmn. "Heard It laat night, and the night before that, and before that, and before that, and h«- tr;re that, and I tlon't know what It /Oeanir ' i "Don't know what It *«k<-d peter Itabhit, whow curiosity |* would not let him keep ■till. "Hello. I/WKrani! I don't know that If* any of your bu*ln<a*!" wild Utlckytoes. peter allowed that It wa*n't, but that a* he had no murh on his own Blind, he couldn't help being interest «d when be found that Stlckytoc* bad trouble*, too, Then be told Htlckytoe* all about how Boomi r tl>e Nlghthawk had Maid that he hud Men gummy J:iy going to bed way up the far-away old Paalure, and how Page 162 ou» NAIJMON left eye of cvw> one uf them! You can Just Imagine how everybody IwrtJ and hated him. 80 when he Iwgan to grow old and loss hla ■trength hla slaves nll|>t>*d away and Irft him, hla wtvaa »ad toon treated ao hadly that they died .Mirly, hla children went off and mad* homna of their own. and Chief Salmon, tha great and ter rib!*, br<am« Old Salmon. tha greasy beggar. 11a lived In a dirty Utile hut and had nothing to aat except what waa left from our ta bic. "Mother felt eorry for him ba cause he waa ao lonely and hated and aha always g* * e him food, hut wa 41 ilnl Ilka to hava him In the housa. "One day Jack and I were out playing and w* passed Old Hal mon's hut. It Was a sunny day and the okl rub sat ouulde his door looking aad thinking. We watched him a minute snd saw a tall, straight Indian slip out of the forest and com* to a halt In front of Salmon. " 'Hah' my master! How ran I 1o for you this dayt* His tones were taunting, and he Jeered igaia. •How* Is your wealth gone from you* Maybe now you put out my other eya' Humph" He nhruwcrd hla rugged ahoul rter*. 'Jlumph" " (To He CnaUnoed) WHAT NICK SAW what this meant—Muffy Mole's (harp UtUa dom and strung. ahnnl Ukt I»w» wtf* makln* for frwdnm and a Pftl day's hunting, and right at hla he««la, no doubt, Floppy Plaid Moose was urging him to hurry, tonrtn* Just aa trrnrh for a chance at the HWM com patch aa Muffy wan for Juicy earthworms Pretty anon Flop py would wiggle thru the top earth and chase like a streak acrosa the meadow to the eomAHd. At flirt Nick thought of digging up the culprit* and hauling them hack to school. hot ha kww what a quick iliccor Muff wm, and It was alto itrthcr likely he would lose them both. 80 ha decld«*d upon another plan. With hla little Oreen Shoea to help him. ha found Munchla Mou/w's house In the cellar of Maple Tree j Flats. and from there he went acroea Hoot at. to Mike Mole'a front door. fn both cases ha handed In this re port: i "Your son la playing tnmnt" m, w. r. *.) II that very night Sammy Jay's voice had been heard (Teaming down In th« alders beside the l,aughlng Llrook. fltlckytoes nodded bis bead. "I heard It," said ha. "Rut how could Sammy Jsy be down here If he went to lied way off there In the Old Pasture? Tell me that, ptirkytoaH." - said Peter Rabbit. Stlrkytoeji shook his head. "Don't ask mo. Just tell in* how It Is that I hear my own volc< when I don't speak a word." said Stlckytocs the Trwtoad. "What's flbat?" exclaimed Peter Rabbit. Then Btlrkytoe* poured out all his trouble* to Peter Kabhlt. They were very much like the troubles of B<un my Jay. Every night Stlrkytoe* would hear what sounded like his' own voice coming from a tree In which he was not sitting at all. and at a time when he was keeping his mouth shut as tight an he knew how. In f ict, he had lK*n so worried that for several nights he hadn't said a word, yet his neighbors complained that he had been very noisy*. lie was getting so worried that ha couldn't tsl Petfr Rabbit llirteni-d with hie mouth wide open. Jt wae Just the same kind of a story that Sammy Jay had told. What under the nun could b»« going on? PeHr couldn't understand It at all. It c ertainly wax very, very curlou*. He Ju*t must find out about It! Nmt story: Peter Meet* I'ne" Billy Possum. 110ItsK BKNSE "How did Blank lone the fin ire re of hi* riKht hand?" "Put them In th« horse's mouth to «e« how many teeth he had." "And then what happened?" "The borne closed hie mouth to *ee how many finger* lilank had."— Ixmdon Tlt-BIU. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS WErH.OCKED FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES OTTO AUTO "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A few cent* buy* "Danderlne." After an application of "Danderlne" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair iNhowa new life, vigor, biiglitnuM, I uiore color and thlckneM TITE SEATTLE STAR Dr. Maxini)' l.eurrt, a Nwia* globe trotter, ha* wulkM Jl.ooo mile* In his riimhlinira thru Europe anil AMirict. P »«»■»»«»■—■■■ % I*l.Al* OR 2 1 jltwni.KU A 2 .1 «riit /JV 5 MI tva > < una fSfcSX 2 Sfl OIAWOHO ■ J1)1 Htm;* AND ■ 5/ wATrum * J &4LBERT HANSEN f ™ 1010 lw«4 Arm. a Removing Ugly Hairs — Entirely New Method (Artnally Itettierra Uie lUwt«) The queatlon Ik often aaked whether ti really permanently effi cacious hair-remover exlata, and the aniw er haa heretofore been very unaatlifartory. fortunately, tiiere'a a new and reinarkabio proceaa that 1 eally remove* every hnlr entire. rii.it* and all! It la different from and far heller than electricity, de pliatoriea. the ra*i>r. or any other method. If you'd like to try It, Juat Ket a atlck of phelactlne from your driißlfl»t, follow the almpla Inatruc tlon» and with your own eye* aeo the hair roota come out! Roota are removed quickly, laaliy. ieavlnir the • kin perfectly amooth and hair-free. I'helactine la non-lrrltaUnif. odor leaa, and ao liarmieaa you could oat Itl It Won't He Half So Funny When He Gets the Bill. Artvie Started Something That Isn't Quite So Drop. He Ought to Call the Bill Square After That Shot. At no pram time have their been •o few American* In Home aa at preaent. "FAIRLY GOOD" ISN'T GOOD ENOUGH To bo fairly well equipped In modern buaineaa in like run nln* an army with fnlrly Rood artillery. By vialtinir the Buai neaa Show you will learn Ju*t where and how to upply the laieat development* In Appliance*, Kyatem* and Service to your own particular buaine«a. FIRST SEATTLE BUSINESS SHOW Arena, all This Week—Open 1 to 10 P. M. Daily. Executive Sessions Todav and Friday— -1 to 6 P. M. Yes, Just Imagine! Windmill* without wheel* ran be seen In certain parts of South I America. Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 Per Cent in One Week's Time in Many Instances A Free Prescription You Cas Hare Filled aad lac at Home Philadelphia. Ta.—Do you wear (glasses? Are you a victim of ejre strain or other eye weaknesses? If so. you will be glad to know that, ac cording to Dr. there Is real hop«* for you Many whose? eyes were falling say they have had their eyes restored through the principle of this wonderful free prescription Oat man sn\s, after tryin~ it: I WAS almost nlind; could not see to read at all. Now 1 can read everything without any glasses, and my eyes do not water any more. At night they would pain dreadfully; now they feel fine all the time. It was like a miracle to me." A lady who used It says "The atmosphere seemed besy with or without glasses, but after using this prescription for IS days, everything seems clear. I can even read fine print without glasses." It is believed that thousands who wear glasses can now discard them in a reasonable time, and multitudes more will be able to strengthen their eyes so as to be spared the trouble and expense of ever getting glasaes. Nye troubles of many de STAR WANT ADS BRING RESULTS/ PACK 13 By ALLMAN By LEO By BLOSSER By POP MOM AND By AHERN scriptlons may be wonderfully bene fited by following: the simple rule#. Here is the prescription: Go to aay active drug More and get a bottle of Bon-Opto tablets. Prop one Bon- Opto tablet in a fourth of a glass of water and allow to dissolve. With thin liquid bathe the eyes two to four times daily. You should not to* your eyes clear up perceptibly right from the start, and inflammation will quickly disappear. If your eyes are bothering you. even a little take stops to save them now, before tt is too Iste. Many hopelessly blind might have been saved if they hs4 cared for their eyes in time. NOTE: Another prominent phvetcfaa to whom the above article was submittal •Aid: "Bon-Opto is a v«ry remarkable remedy Its constituent Ingredients are w ell known to eminent e> e speclaliats end widely prescribed by them The manufacturers guarantee It to strength «>n eyesight 60 per cent In one week's time in many instance* or refund the money U ean be obtained from say good druggist. and *s one of the very few preparations I feel ahould be kept on hantl for regular us« In almost every family " It Is sold in this city by all good druggists.