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wCynthia ■(Jrey Ctrl Would Attain Inher itavee Thru Mock .Har riet qc — Tired of Work •—Cirnthia Tells Her to Stick by Her Post. Dour Mlse Orwjr. n* mm I hare rw<t your letter*. mil now. like Many others. I am coming to ro» tor •dvic* on a moot important subject. Soma Unto sco a relative or mine . Awl and left to TOO * small i>um i *t gxmr* about a thousand dollar*. I kut I am to get this only when I . Harry, and not befora, ti I hnAn worked for ovor flv* year*. Wd am vory, wry tired, and run ■am. in tho lust roar having loot H|r gradually b-«en losing before i- that 1 have tried everything to get to feeling better, and gain back a Bttle weight, but It seems I Just tstnl I walk to and from work L avary day. besides taking a walk ~ M Boon, and uaually In tho ovonlng: >lay tonnla and swtra every chance I gat. but a till dunt aeara to get hark tho pep I used to hava. The monoy I've uprtit on doctor*, •ol medical doctor*, but osteopathic and chiropractic, would make a nice tittle bunk roll. If 1 could afford to lay oft wrork foe about a yaar, and got out of and have lota of (rwti air and [ town-isa. 1 know I could "pick up" I and f<*l my ok) self again. My friends liavw said to me *"Tour» foolioh, why don't yoo got ITI 11 IT* But I oant do th.il—l I have not mot the man yet whom I I really love, and I think it would be |po I«im than a crime to marry Just fur the sake of being married. To get to the point, what I wanted .•# ask your advice on was this: A ■U In my of ft. a. with whom I Bm worked for about three year*. to marry ma. The conditions HSild be that we simply marry, ■» IMt I could get my money and take ft touch- needed vacation. lie would : IN* at his home and I at mine. MMtng nothing of each other. We hare always boon good friends, but iaothlng mora, aa he Is an old barh af |O. and never Intended to marry, and I am S3 Of course t realise ; that at the preaent cost of living It would take mora than a thousand I dollars to k"ep me .a year, but with L What I hare saved. I could do It very > Aleaty and not bars to skimp. Just | ha acosomtcal. J What do ywo think af this plan. ' Was Grey? To* may say. "What 1 If you ehould meet *oms on* wh<an | jroa really love?" WaU. I have KOMmgbt of Ihtt but 1 would give I tap anything ta gat back my health. I Bat I( the worst did ease to the I want, oouldnt the marriage ba aa- K kahj. a* it would ba a marriage in I t would awrahh B vary orach [ t ?wa would gtwa ma yaor opinion M| sag Mt a day gtrt. but am think af this ais hunt j. aad realise it ma a gnat deal, but am HMv to Ou* It. Thanking you for Pwf your time, I remain, B. Mi as as who tha naiime I mm* ta grta* * tf th is monoy — r—l dasyWas W- I JWg yea, aiasd sllMi goer reach, •a a trapl«h*k, yoa wonld get alsag Toa shoeld ta sfroeg enough wtßod la simply forget it As ta go ar health; nidWt yea Iws Ital people who Mik ta pel* WlfM da Mat (jerriic a great drel. gr gCreawewslyf A daily waJlc, </ eol (sag. Is good /ar anyone; bat go* ghaa ld aat ncia or play Msaii often. I flsSeapotAg aad rMrayrtcfltxt are «a 0 ta (Mr plane, bat yoa asy wot ■and that sort of trmowst. T*a ■kialif to welt indeed to commit a IdkHi M. D. ra wafer that under tha proper medical oars aad dirt you Would regotm year health, even tho i pee cwnttaas ta yoar work. Worry Is a atuch worse (iw.s»y la I the. phymcal health than mrk The | flea yoa outline la order to attain | |tomr inherUanr*, wiU bring much worry, and being idle trill inrrnute Jigwar lorries. Best to eonMder Uat forbidden thing. Make a mighty Hfert to regain your health in an way. rather than by awaits mock marriaotL ! Foment* Artist* Dear Mies Orey ■ Who were Ra phael and Dantef Who wa* the greater of the two? ALUBK. Raphael wa* one of the preatett fginlnt of the Italian Renal**ance, mmd of all time*. The modern Italian form of the name u Hattvlio. lie WU born at Vrbina on flood Friday, March t*. HM. according to Vamri, H< accordina to the more reliable Iwirriptton upon hi* tomb by Card inal Bern bo, on April «. lie died tn the year ISt9. Pome of M« mo it fa it Wt*v* piece I of work were. "Marriage of the Virgin" 'Hponalizin." "ha Belle Oardiniere," "Madonna del Jtaldachtno," "Adoration of the Trin tty" There were many other*, too numerous to mention. Dante Alio , htm tea* an Italian poet, author of K ',he "DirAne Comedy." and., one of the k greatett writ en of all time. It- wa* T torn tn Florence in May. Itl'i, and in the year of lit I. Home of hi* knoirm work* be ride the "I)vone ■ _ Jmrrlu." are "Conrrito," "VUa Sn- P avt," -Han't Franne*ea da Rimini" The. question which i* the grerWr of I I thr two men i* a matter of opinion. i Probably one <* coneidcred a* great S a* the other in their re*pcrtire field*. Catarrh Quickly Ended by a Pleasant Germ-Killing Antiseptic The little Myomel Inhaler 1s mad* Of h*rd rubber, and <»n easily be carried In pocket or purse. It will last a lifetime. Into this inhaler pour a few drop* of magical HyorneC Thl* I* absorbed by the antiseptic MUX* within, and now you are ready to breathe It In over the germ In fested membrane, where It will opeedlly t<"Ktn It* work of killing catarrh germs. Hyomei I* made of Australian eucalyptus combined with oO.et antiseptics. and Is very pleas an< t(. breaths. It I* guaranteed to end catarrh, fcronchltfa. sor* throat, ' roua rough' arid colds, or money h»< k ft clean* out a sturf*d-up head in two Otinutaa. hold by Kartell Drug Co. and g|ptiKgi*t* everywhere. MIONA Ends indigestion It relieve* stomach misery. aotir gtomach. belching and all stomach disease or money buck. I,arge bo* •f tablets at all druggists in all towns. J lh Wrecke •t Francit Lynde KkmrrHlK lim. »T flu li I Imrn- (Continued |->wi> Tsilirdiy) "•Puke he*- she bewd: *oh, please take ma. It's my rtglil to go!" Klrgan had found an engine some, ahare In tbe yard and Was hacking It up to the station platform We oould hear It. 1 saw that the chief was go ing tn turn Mr*. Sheila down which was, of coui-we, exactly the right thing to do. But just Uirn the major shoved In. "Hhella knows what aba's talking about, llrahanvi" ha said ,q«letly. "When youall find Jloarta, you'll have a mailman on your hnmls and she's the only ona who can oontn ( him at PWh t tinea —<iod pity hnt Take us both, sub." I suppose Mr. Kis ni— Qxraght there wasn't any UIM to stand there arguing about It. "As you will." ha snapped *t (ha major: and then to me; "Break for It, Jtmmte. and tell Klrgao to get a <wr any oaj»— the first ona ha out findr I beoha, and nm iwatfy near breaking my biesaed neck tumbling down Uie stair*. Klrgan had found his engine and had picked up a yard man to fire It I told him what was wanted, and In legs than no time ho had pulled out empty day coach from the washtng track. While he was backing In with It. Mr. Non-roas came down the platform with the major and Mrs. Mheila. lie let tho major help Mrs. Sheila tip the steps of tho roach and ran forward to oail out to Klrgan: "I>onohue Is ctoartng tor yoo, and there'll be nothing tn tha way. Run re gar-Does to Timber Mountain T.' You have six mtnutea on the special's ume to that point. If you run Ilka tha devil"* And then, as ha was climb ing to tho mb. ho ripped out at ma: ■Jimmle. you go back and stay with them In the car. Hurry or youTl be lefir CHArTKR XXX. rnder lite H ide and Starry "Ory I sure had to be quirk about obeying that "getaboard" order of Mr. Norrroea*. Klrno bad Jerkrd lh« throttle open th* minute the word was rt»»n I missed th* for ward end of the tmr. and whan the other anil cam* along mjr grab al the harnj ro<l slammed me head over heela up the steps. Klrgan «u holding hi* whlrtl* valve open, and tha guarding strikers in the yard cave us room and a dear trark. By the t*me we had passed the "Timlt" awlti-hea w« vera coins Uk* a blue streak, and I ooald hardly keep my balance on tha back pl.it form of tha dayooaeh. Ton can guea* that I dJdnl May out there vary long. Tha night wma clear a* a b*U and pretty oeollah, with the (tan burning like wblta diamond* la the black Inverted bowl of the aky. It iu mighty pretty scenery, but Juat tha same, after Klrgan had fairly struck hi* gait on the long we*tern tangent, I clawed my way Inside. It waa a lot too blustery and unsafe on that back piriform. Th* major and ■*». Whefla were sitting together, near tha middle af th* car. I staggered op and took the seat Just ahead of them, and the major asked me If Mr. Nor tiroes wa* on th* engine. I told him he was, and that ended It. What with the rattle and bang of the coach, the howling of the speed made wind In th* ventllstora, and the shrill "Team of the spinning wheels, there wasn't any mom for talk dur mg th* whole of that breath taking race to the old ~T~ In the hill* be yond Banta. Knowing, from wtitt Mr. tfmuu— had (aid. the point at whl<~h we were going tit etde-track and watt for the ap«d>l and the wild engine. I gyw eort of nervotia and worked up after we had crashed thro the Bant* yard and the day-coach be r»n to awajr and lurch around the hill curve*. What If the *pectal had been making better time than the boea had counted tiponT In that came, we'd probably hit her tn a he«d ender *i-m*wh*re on one of thorn very curve*. And with the time we were making. and the time • he'd be making, there wouldn't be enough left of either train to be worth picking trp. A mile or eo ehort of (ha "I" tiding I went up ahead and handed myaeif out to the forward platform to wee If I couldn't get a equlnt pjyit the etorming engine. I got It now and than, on the awing of the curve*. btrt there waa nothing In tight. Ja«t (he nme, It waa mighty «f-ary, and I took a relief breath eo deep that It nearly made me tick at my atomach when I finally realized that KJrgan had ahat off and wa* Flowing for the etop at tha farther * witch of the old ~r." What waa done at (IM gwfteh waa dona swiftly, aa men work when they have the fear of death grip ping at them. If the apeclal ehnuld come up while we were making the back-in, the reault would be ft rat about tha Blue aa It would have been If we had met It on the curve*. Th* )erklng tug of th* self pre* crvatlm Instinct l« pretty strong, sometimes. and I tumbled off the step* of th* car as It «u booking In around the western curve of the "T." Our plcked-up f!r«m«n was it the switch, asttlng It again far th* maJn lino. With our own en gine silent. I could hear A faint sound Ilk* the faraway fluttering of a safety valve. We were not ten seconds too soon. The special was coming. Mr. N'll IM nw, who waa sffTl In the engine cab. ahot an order at Klr gan. "Flfng yotrr mtt «r-«* the head light, and then b* ready to snatch t and g't off" he shouted. "If they *ee It as tlfsr come tip, It may stop them*" Then, catching t» glimpse of me on th* ground: "Break the coupling on th* coach, Jim ml*—quick!" A* I Jumped t« obey I tinder stood what was to be don*. The fireman at the switch was to let the spe< ial go by, and then ths boss—Juat the boss Alone on the engine—was to be let out on the main tra< k to put himself between the chacer and the chased. It was a hair raising proposition, but per haps— Just perhaps—not quite so suicidal as it looked. With skillful handling th* Interposed engine might possibly be kept out of the way by backing, and Ita warning headlight shining full Into fh* eyes of the men In the 4ld's cab would surely he enough to stop them—lf anything would (Continued j DOINGS OF THE DUFFS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS After the r*n*r wag gTWMI C>* children begged Mr*. Nancy ta go an with bar story. "Ilow aid waa Omni Orant them? And beer did he tookT And waa ba stem* And did Mra Nancy talk ta htraT" "Orant wag cafta ytwf, (ha ha had already dooa MM Hghtteg Adw* ta Merioe with Tkjlsc. Ha wag Mt yet M ill aid. "Aad ha waa a par food M tarn, hat I waa hot II ream aid aad I think I only gat ta epeo «yad wonder that anybody could dkoaaa ta sat moah." (say |am father lnwght home with htm.* rand aUd. "That's a sort ot new kind of glory. m "It wag no new story ta mother. David. I cannot a** how aba kept gweet and patient with so mrxh to worry bar. I remember one day when father had been gone aotn* time aad wa were all watrMng for hi* return. I waa tha *Wl«wt. you know, and (her* ware eight young er children. We had our play boose sot la tha yard by tha up turned 'root* of a great tree and rejoiced over every broken dlah In mother** bouse because the pieces added treasure* to our playhouse *aC ADVENTURE'S OP- THE TWINS V Qiv Kobertf Blrfan Nick promptly and quietly closed the little door, not notic ing the fat green frog that had hopped in, too. Down thro (ha etartlt pool aank Nancy ari.l Nick, of 111 clutching their precious I to* of Charm*. Having on their Macrtrcl fJrecn Hhoee they felt no discomfort under the writer. Juat ox their little Htar friend had told them up In tlie «ky, they found a small door, an tiny Indeed that they had to wish them'<elves aa stnsll us the tlnleat tadpol* befor* they could find the keyhole. Nirk turned the key and th« door flew open. They stepped Inside quickly. They were In the secret pnsmge called the Oiv* of tlemg that led to the South l'ole. "T >o stint tha door," snapped a voice. "Tlie draft Is blowing all the curl ont of my hair, then It gets Into my eyes and I can't write poetry " Nick promptly and quietly closed the little door, not noticing the fat groeri frog that had hopped In, too. Then he and Nancy wailed to be greeted. They had been taught to "wait until they were spoken to" ftenidro It was rather dark, altho a faint glow showed them that they were In a envern with a high-arched celling and straight, polished walls Where tha voice cam* from they could not tell, as th* room or cave appenred to be empty of any occu pant sav* themselves. "What are your natnenT* asked tha vole*. "Nancy and Ntck." the ntQa boy jkMwaeed qulcUjk _ j Pate 294 W# M 0m phi jttouaa Anani a* wtth wild flown and tarna u4 mwn and tha broken china, ww% raady tar fa Char* ■ Imo» "A lom (Sua totof Om kr wa Mkrd toolbar V aha thought ha would aoon eoroa. And to Mk at aa aha rapOad. Kothar Imbl kui* JuM kwp oo Witithc W roa want ml— htm *ha to iom watch tha na& ■WlMMrflMriMnl >»■ t» vtiek la Miiiat. far Qm aftarnooe altpptas •»*» riding down Qm ra«L "And — ttk* athar flhndrwk «• would bring. "1 wont uk |<* ta |Mi «M it tu ho did bring tm tm whan at teat at about 4 •'(Jock ha cam la *gt>t. i "IlfflMißMf fhara vara nfna of ib wnJtJng—nine children In that ona houaa. With only on* mother to aook for sad ear* for and lova ua aJV "What fafbar b mught aa a 1 aa a nMnM boy, and mother took hah In and cnada him ona at on. That'* Ota way ptonacr vomea helped orphana." THJC CAVE OF GEMS" ■And What do yon took Hirer* "*1 '-can't yon see us?" wM Nuer In surprise. -We're right hera." "Oh. yoti in, are you? Well, how do you expect me to sea you with ItotmdU's Wishing ltlng on your finder?" Nick looked down In avrprtM. Tt wbm true! 11« ntlll had the wlcke.l Jinn's ring and ha and Nancy wore Invisible. He turned It hastily. "That'a better!" aald the wok*. "You nre nice looking youngsters, aren't you?" WOMEN Dt HOMES MD SOCIETY Counties* women devota their whole Uvea to their home*, while other* nre In the bunlne** world, or. find happiness only In society. Whether yon are a home woman, a business woman or a society wom an. you know how hard It I* to "drsg along" day lifter day, suffering ago nies canned by some felfiale derange merit that has developed from over taxing your strength. The natural re storative for such aliments Is Lydla K. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound, which for nearly half a century hn* been considered a standard remedy for woman's Ills.—Advertisement, Cuts oost of drlnklne good coffee Xlent Wlend, 1 % lbs., 1.0 c; 1 lb., ,16c. M A. Hansen, 40 Economy Market.— JLdycrUacuumt, ' TTTF, SEATTLE ST ATI BETTY AND HER BEAU Confessions of a Bride ""iwrifw Am* omnia"*"*" THE BOOK OF MARTHA XADKUXK MAXTOR BBCEM iras Mtdrfha MareJha ruirial Ann and ma cartoualy. I.rolmar girte—both af jmiV aba aakad abruptly. Wa doUM and uffaied Bnaieia and fruit with our nlnwt amllna "Why do you brine e*pcnittT» whlta grapaa to mef And litlaa-of tha-vallay In February!" Kba held tha alT.rjfrr atalka delloataly, tlka a trua Invar of rara bloaaoma. "I gueaa you doot know who I am!" 'h. jt'a wa do! ilurrtaon told oa!" "MorrlannT fTumpM Ha fcmrwa ma all rlghfl Timaa ha ra been changing," aha ramMed on. "You girla don't nwni to feel that calling on ma will hurt you. You oan bet your mother* Wouldn't hara «m»r "Nobody ran hurt ua but our aalraar I rap I lad. It waa an awful platltada, bald and old. but It look with Madallna Marcha. "Trua!" aha murmurad. "ftw! Nobody knowa batter than IT" I marveled. not only at tha cor rartneaa of her *paech; how had thl» ancient creature com* by har modem hahit of IntroapacUoa and frank con faaaion? "I mm you gtrla pay for thl« nice whit a bad Tm going to dla InT" "Tou'ra not coins to 4I«T I pro tarttd "Sha wairta ta dla matnty bamua» Kha cant get any dopa here," quoth a cynical young Interna who had atnppad by har bad aa anon aa ha aaw my Inge no* slater In law. Madeline heard him and onca mora tha profanity which had ahockad ma In tha Jail poumd from har 11 pa. Aa suddenly, aha irtopperi In tha middle of an Inverttva. Har ay aa were fired on liar whlta 111 lew She Ignored tha young medic and adilreaacd Ann and m« "Ixrrety gtrta. y*m two! Onod girls, both of you! Toimg and ppetty- and good!" Rhe ittudlM one and then the other of ua "Make the moat of beauty while jpou have It, my dear*," ahe rambled on. *Vouth In no ahort a pnrt of llfa. And a woman who him been loved beoauae CERTAINLY DOES THE WORK, STATES LEACH Seattle Man Say* He Knows From Experi ence What Tanlac Will Do—Overcomes All His Troubles "A person goffering from stomach trouble won't go wrong by taking Tanlac, for I've tried It myself, and It certainly does the work," was the statement made by 1 <c« I .each, 414$ 491h Ave. ft. W., Seattle, recently. "Several years back I commenced suffering with my stomach and liver, and at the time I got I>uilac I hadn't been able to strike a lick of work In three weeks. After enltng I always had sharp pain* and an awful burn Ing sensation In my stomach, and I bloated all up nnd suffered misery K#a W% f%Ff »» «H|USI fer IIHIcrNATIfIN mm* Kl>4rH mM lllsorders. It rentvn the ea»*e restores n/11% f% 5r the system la health. .W DAVM' THMATMKNT M •nuHtuM* 13.K0 per has, Descriptive hook fief. KIU-BD c mriiir, Tscama. Walk, »"ar Sale by Druggists. <-tAdv«ruaaiaaat llelen Recovered Too iMte Tag's Mind Was Somewhat Disturbed THE CRAZY QUILT nh« w&a beautiful jftn mighty weary of the yearn after tha wrlnklea ««IK<. ] Ixive dlea--like the«e(" Rhe return id to the contemplation of her ItUea. "It ahould U>Kt—or it's a farce." "Tell us how to keep lov®!" I uM Impulalvel^ "Kwp loveT Who can do OiatT* She shook her head Impatiently. "Don't you glrla know a woman'* only road to comfort and Joy In her old age?" "No! Ten twf* Ann and !•«*- nlnimod together. (To Re OmiUnweJ) for hour*. T got «o I could hardly «>nt and digest anything. and actually dreaded lo "i»t because of the suffer- Inn It would cause, My liver wiu sluggish, and I wan bothered a (treat deal with conntlpatlon. Well, | was Just about down and out, had pains all through my body, and my back hurt%io bad J could hardly stoop over. Of course, I had lout a lot of weight and h.'irdly hud glrcngth enough to do anything. "Boon after I be (fan Inking Tanlac my appetite came back to me, and now I'm eating Just nnythlng I want, nm hungry all the time, and every thing agrees with nia porfoctly. Those ache* and pain* have disap peared from my body and my strength ha* come back, and I'm In fine Hhii|ie now In every way. Tan lac I* Bill)plv great." Tanlae IK Hold by tha Hartal] Drug Stores—AdviTtlscment, EVERETT TRUE STAB ffiANT ACS BEfiffi SESULT3 PACE ft By ALLMAN By BLOSSER By PARKS BY AHERH By CONDO