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It quujm tnwiimii: Condensed Novel Series One A Day ANNA KARENINA By LEO N. TOLSTOI (CondenMiioB by Mrs. Mary F. Ruts. Jamaica Plaini, Mast.) TOLSTOI SCHOOL DA YS Copyright. 191S. by MeClnre Newspaper Syndicate, ByDWIGj "AND . . . Anna had friendly re- i lauona wan me society o. tii -a. he in tsii t which with one hand lays fast hold I Yasnaya Pol ran, sear Tenia, the family of th court Uxt it fall absolutely I tal Uwt throurhout r tlls court le8t u " DSOiulei3r the world a the Ttaldeaee of the creat mo the demi-monde which its mem-1 aovaUet. retormar aad dreamer. He died Kcrs affect to despise bat whose taste Sre precisely elm liar." Anna Karen ina"a in Urn a tee were of this ctrcle in St Petersburg society. Practically foroed Into a loveless rr arriagre with Alekset Karen In, twenty years her senior, Anna had been a faithful wife for eight years. Earenlc held a hlh official position and everything la his life was sub- o- dmated to his career. He was a T-eloss worker and such social hours lie enjoyed were spent in circles est suited to tus advancement, but his charming" and adaptable wife made friends in all quarters. While a man of admirable character, Kar enin had - utterly unlovable person ality He was very calm, cool, ab solutely just, but love warm, human love was s. stranger in his household- All the affection of Anna Kar- e n ma's heart was lavished on her seven-year-old son. Serozha, who adored his mother. Into this setting, so cunningly fashioned for it, stepped Trouble, in the most attractive person of Alekse Vronsky. In the ctty of Moscow lived Anna's brother, Stepan Oblonsky. Stepan, lovabie and popular, had a wife, chil-, :en. a salaried official position and porae money, but. being always in debt, this fact and his lltUe -affaire du coeur" kept him Just sufficiently worried to enable him to really enjoy While on a visit to Moscow. Anna Karenina met Vronsky. Count Vronsky was rich, handsome, loved Uis regiment and his horses, and was voted a "capital good fel He had appeared in Moscow 'hat winter and had been attracted -lightly to Stepan's sisterinlaw, Kit ty. Kitty was a pretty and popular lebu Larue, daughter of prince Scher batsky of the old nobility. Anions' 1 many admirers, ea was sure of two la HIS at a little railroad station which he had reached en a journey, the object of wfeleb was to let him end his days Id solitude. Bat a whole world was look ing on. At first he studied oriental lasruaffes. , then law. finally became a soldier, takinf part Is the Crimean eampaicxL His lone j rerles of writings began with -Childhood." j "Boyhood." The Morning of a Landed Proprietor" and artjeiei on his expert- j races at a soldier. His realism was already a dominant cote, as well as bis J power to see through shams and conven- ftaKft- ffc vwtn vttr frnra thft am? ' and began his JiJe of service to the peas- ants about him at his own estate. "War mrA Pmm" m nfuHrs In 11(1.(4 mr-.l Orisi ; great novel ''Anna Karealaa, 1S7&-74. Already be was dealing with the mighty nrablems of life and fcttraaa.tr and try ing to solve them in whatever way seemed tj him right, no mattr what answer the world had given to them. Oty Re ligion." The Kreetzr Sonata." "3esr rectlon." are perhaps the beet known bonka. which have been translated Into many languages, tnclsdtng two editions published in America, of some two dezen volumes each, oee by Nathan KasVeB Dole and others, one by prolix sor Xeo Wlsener. A whole library of books has been written about him In many lan- raarea. Tolstoi is one of the unions figures to tbe aistorr ot tne worm xer. crop dm. fearless seeker after truth no matter where the quest might lead, he drew to himself the respectful attestlsu of all think ing people, no matter how divergent their thoughts from his. His belief that Chris tianlrv Is a faith to be actually lived bv and his championship of the doctrine of non-resistance are tne osisianaing- pet at of a thought w men- covered at Humanity. plenty . of money and bis share of masculine attraction. He was thinker, always Immersed In the deepest problems concerning: , ths world, everything in it. on and be yond it. He had been brought up in the Orthodox rattn. butr since 'attain ing manhood, had been assailed with all kinds of doubts, until now he was nracticallv an unbeliever. "He could nthr Tr(n vronsay, ; aDB to disbelieve." Alter complete- t-.tntTf .... ,. .1 log- his university course, he spent .u S!S, ""'most of his time on hie great estate, know K?ttv all he "fife. An hiiwro,tUn " problems of agri- 0? i?S , J.jT;T.i 1.5, It ' culture and peasant labor. He came Sfit SS? or 1i Vth; i "to Moscow 1ecaiona and dipped annexed to hi m stroV tBto ita ' nt M' uf '.r,? ,rf ?f'i. was go clean and simple that ho had orYhi of S?iMfb-i-SSlIfiL.U?;illttle Patience with the dissipations n ortny or Kitty, was determined to ! Q hi. rinA offer himself to her. Hi was TllyL " ' a splendid match. He had a masnifl-' Kitty's parents had many quarrels favored the brilliant Vronsky; her father said 'Xerin was worth a thousand men." Kitty, herself, had1 her heart set on Vronsky, although fond of Levin. In due time, she ex perienced the cleasiae: para of refus-i ins Levin, but. to her dtagrin and deep humiliation, the proposal from Vronsky did not materialize. The latter did not dream that his atten tions to her were regarded seriously cent country estate of 8106 acres. fRED? TRY TfflS FREE CVotx -BvxH Tub .5S3.C? In. sty 1 'Wli I'M sW Van TW-Uf 7 St , . J I - li-ja ieo. xititL I i 1 I a -r ..I fik . ' 9 J apoai Tait 5 UES TIONS AND ANSWERS WHO Is Robert T. Small, the member of president Wilson ' party who was hnrt in the automobile accident .to Forlandf F. H. j A. MriSmall is the director of the ; Philadelphia Public Ledger bureau in . Washington, and is recognized as one j of the ablest members of the rouagar set of American correspondents. Be jwa.g formerly with the Associated 1 Press. Xr. Small is the son of Sam 'Small, the Georgia evangelist He , married the daughter of admiral Siss. j bee. I I Q. What preIdent" died in office . besides those who were assassinated f ill. T. j A. Presidents Harrison and Taylor died in office of natural causes. ! Q. Are drawings ever held to de . tennlne the ownership of homestead 'Inndf G. U. B. A. The general land oliloe says that where two parties file application at the same time for the same parcel of homestead land, a drawing is usually held to ascertain who Is to get the title. Q. What rellclon Is profed by Mrs. Wood row Wilson, and what one by William Glbbs HeAdoof J. L. A. They are both Episcopalians. Q. of the two million and more ot onr soldiers who were overseas, how many were transported in Hritlab A. Out of every hundred men who wnt over. 49 went across in British i ships: i In American ships, three In those 01 itajy. two in franco ana ase in Kaselan ships under English con trol. Q. Are there any Irish counts in the United Statesr J. MeC A. The Irish national bureau says that there Is no record of any Irish counts in the United States at this time. Q. What Is the record for deep sea divlnsf T. F. X The greatest depth to which a man has safely descended lo diving is 301 feet, subjecting him to a pres sure of 91 pounds er square Inch. This record was made hv James Hooper at the wreck of the Cape itell me If they are exempt from any Horn off Plddanqne. South America, jtax on property. O. How many miles of sea coast I A. Unless there is a specific state has the Unlfed states! J. R. I law exempting them from such tax. A. The United States has 4 SIS miles j they must pay. Tour eounty assessor of sea coast The Atlantic coast line and collector can answer. There is 1 lb AMERICAN qUEENJ! v5 "When hitter ciocolafea can he made. King -will make g f 5 ThU ' the EinJ .lojsn. hoi U Is SI mere man s mere atoju. lssacd a f A$k for Kinf's ff f a heifer Jeslers s everywhere. jr A Wonderful Invention Sent on 30 Days' Trial H. fnr. nn 1 s.mr,;,- . t 1 Poor Rlttv met with her crnshinc win send you my new copyrighted I 'PPOintment at a large bait when. rupture book and measurement blank. When you return the blank I will send joo my new invention for rup ture. When It arrives put it on and wear it. Put it to every test you can tninK or. 'fne Baraer tne test the Bet- instead of choosing: her as his ma zurka partner, Vronsky led oat madame Karenina! In spite of their endeavors to hide the mazic glow which enveloped thn. it wa. Ahvlntta In ZTIttv n. tfv vo uu i:e ju xoo wm Hnaeri otners, that Anna and vronsky had how you ever got along with the old I hnth hn ni h. n. style cruel spring trusses or belts ' ing torch. iiin leg straps or tortnre. your own j Anna, Karenina had met her man. awo, common sense ana your own r-. knew 0-. doctor win tell yon it is the only way IS which you can ever expect a cure After wearing It 0 days, if it is not entirely satisfactory in every way if t is not easy and comfortable if ou cannot actually see your rupture petting better and if not convinced that a cure is merely a question ot time just return it and yon are out nothing. Any rapture appliance that is sent on 30 days trial before you pay Is worth giving a trial- Why not tell vour ruptured friends of this great nffer? We refer you to any Bank or Trust Co..' in Kansas City. $ASYHOLD 0 :95 Koch Bldg , Kansas City. Mo. HAVE YOU SCROFULA? Nn SU to Be as Often Acquired as Inherited. It Is generally and chiefly Indicated by erupt. ons and sores, but in many cases it enlarges the glands of the neck, affects the internal organs, es pecially the lungs, and if neglected n.a.v dereloD into consumption. It causes roanr troubles, aad is ag- It was ftBally accomplished bv An- ravated by impure air, unwholesome na's public exhibition of emotion customary serenity deserted her so completely teat sne left lor Peters burg the next day, cuticg short her visit. The calm routine of her daily life took on a new and attractive! aspect; she longed to see her son- even ner husband. But Vronsky took the same train to Petersburg. They met constantly in society. An na called all the forces of reason. i prudence, pride, to her aid, bnt she could not conceal tne rapture she felt In Vronsky's presence. Her intimates became extremely interested. Tills was. Indeed, an affair after their own hearts. According to their code. anytmng was proper so long as out ward conventions were observed. Karenin coolly pointed out the danger of her course. He assured her that he looked upon Jealousy "as a humil iating ana wounaing sentiment (Anna would have respected . some truculent .conversation.) His spine less attitude enraged her. and by the end of a year she and Vronsky had oeeome an in ail to eacn other. They naa hut one object in lire to be to gether. Karenin waited for the blow to fall- food, bad water, too much heat or cold, and want of proper exercise. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the medicine that has been used with so nnieh sat-1-faction by three generations, is von. '.ertully successful in the treatment ol scrofula- Give it a trial. If a cathartic or laxative is needed, take Hood's Pill ft. There Is nothing better for biliousness or constipation. Adv. when Vronsky met with a radnc ac cident Cpen being upbraided by her nusoaao, sne coniessed ner love for vronsky. Mingled with pain. Karen in felt a sense of belief. He immedl ately began to plan on getting out of the mud without being splashed. He considered duelling mvnrr. nen. a ration- Being afraid of a pistol, he concluded that his services to the government were too valuable for My Baby Came WHEN they put that warm, fragrant little bundle into my arms and told ac he was perfect I cried. I was so happy. Of course, I was going to nurse him. And so I did. for two months. But he didn't gain weight as fast as he should. Then the doctor told me not to worry, and that often mothers couldn't muse their babies. "The nearest thine to mother's milk I know of," he raid, "is Nestle s Milt Food. 'Of coarse, he hu to have milk in some form and KesUe'tUpure milk only made easier to digest because the tough curdtare broken .up. To that they add juttthe right amount el sogax and cereal, so you only add water to Nettle's, boil it, and your baby has aU the nourish ment be needs in thessfot form." Then, when he began to gain weight- when the dimples began to show en his knees and his plump little elbows I knew whit happiness really was! The Nestle Company tent me free a Mother's Book on how to take care of baby, and enough of the Food for twelve feedings. If you fiU out and send the coupon below, I know they will be gbd to help you as they helped me, and as they hare been help ing mothers all over the world far hity years. Node's la sere rate ia powder form that is already mofifiei aal tea sot require the farther adnoa of milk. Ahnrs pore asi use, ahnyi esitonn, ana free from the outers of hose nodifi cxtion, N'eme't his stood the test of three genereuoat and Iti tit Urita ulttsiy Uijfitd U lit wi FREE! Enough Nestle's for 12 feedings. Send the coupon! NESTLE KUTlfl FOOD COsiTAKT lrt.i: V. i, urn E' S T Oty. I ei'e tttvi me free yoai tWtritlpltktcc. 1 MILK. him to risk his life. The scandal of, a divorce might react against himself 1 and a separation would throw Anna!.. (. 1TM..W. n n.t.A 1 ..... m,l; the last thing he wanted. It would l not punish Anna. His decision was.: to allow her to remain in his home 1 e perhaps resume their .old relations..; He knew this would make her most I attitude was Its' religious signifi cance. In the meantime. Levin was trying to forget Kitty by devoting himself to work- He became much interested in uplifting his peasants, who did not appreciate his efforts. He reached the conclusion that they had found the way to happiness, but one rltjumn nf TTIttv shnnrMt him til. error and stirred od his old feeling ' orphaned by the death of their ior ner. A.iirys neaitn nan so zaiieu. raomer, uve as rurio&Bs, a small eiiy attar ner disappointment In Vronsky. j in -eTr EnSUnd. under the chaner that she had been sent abroad to take . , , . , . , a cure. Xow, having been restored to ff"e If,Bml1' h""eep .vine- a new outlook on ; '''"" -. - 1. pretty and vain, very mnch admired by men as well as by her unselfish A Real American Love Story. THE HEART BREAKER By VIRGINIA TERnUNB VAX DE WATER. NCsprrlf;ht ml. star Company.i is 18S miles; the Paflie coast line 1316 and tne guir or .Mexico isis miles. Q. Where did baseball originate! D. C. A. The commission appointed to determine the historical facts in con nection with the game of baseball re ported that the game originated with the Knickerbocker cluB. organized in New York City in M. The first person to prepare a diagram of the playing diamond was Abnar Double day of Cooperstown. X. T- in 181. Q. Do exsoldlers and sailors have tp pay school tax or road taxf Also so law in Arizona exeapttag such things that we know or. f Anv reader can. nt the answer to any question by writing The Herald laicmauon bureau. trreaertcK J. Mas kin, director. Washington. D. C This offer applies strictly to Information. The bureau cannot give advice 00 le ga). medical and financial ma tars. It does not attempt to settle domestic troubles, nor to undertake exhaustive, researoii on any subject. Write yosr question plainly and briefly. Give full name and address and enclose a twe cent stamp for return postage. All replies are sent direct to the inquirer.) Mildred Assures Honora That She Doesrf't Love Tom f Chandler, Even if She Did Let Him Kiss Her. (Continued from 3Iondays Herald.) , CHAPTER XIV. SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAPTERS Honora and Mildred Brent, recently health and ha vine a new outlook on life, she realized that it was Levin whom she really loved, and when he again asKea I or ner Banc, she craaiy consented. According to Karenin's decision. Anna still had her nlace as mistress of his household. Karenin was aware that she and vronsky still maintained their relations but could do nothing about It. In time. Anna gave birth to a. daughter and was thought to be dying. Karenin's conduct was mag nanimous, even toward Vronsky's baby. Vronsky attempted suicide through sheer humiliation. But Anna reoovered. which Karenin hsd not counted on, and with her returning health came the conviction that Vronsky was the light of life to her. She became so unhapy that, in a moment of weakness. Karenin waa prevailed upon to consent to divorce, even to take the blame, and give her the boy. This generosity she could not accept, and with Vronsky and her baby, left her hnsband's home and her son on that inevitably fatal Jour ney of love without the law. They went abroad and . at first were radlently happy, then Vronsky tired of the aimless life. They re turned, to Russia and settled In the country. Anna's nosition became sn .unbearable to Vronsky, who adored fher, that he flnaUy urged her to ap peal 10 ivaremn tor a divorce. When older sister, Honora, who has a s tn- palhetle nature and other, enduring Qualities. Arthur Bruce, their friend from boyhood, has recently returned from college, and though secretly adored by Honora. devotes all his at tentions to Mildred, who regards him merely as another feather in her cap. She refuses his proposal, telling him she can love, only a man who alma to do something real, and she has In mind onng Harold Hilton, nephew of her employer, who Is leaving to Jolaj a Canadian regiment, Honora rejoices to learn that Mildred does not return Arthur's love and during an afternoon ' walk, finds that he is in n measure consoled by her company. Together they meet Mildred' and Hilton, and Arthur seeing Mildred's vivacity which used to be nil tor him now dl reeled toward Hilton, Is somewhat disillusioned. He rnlcht have been even more dlg illunloned had he seen, as Honora did at a dance. 3Uldred being kissed by Tom Chandler, whom Honora did not trust and who shorted the effects of having been drinking. "T DOJTT care. Honors, you danced 1 with him yourself!" .Mildred was looking straight at Karenin refused, owtne- in nrinmlDw sister; her expression was de- circumstances, matters grew worse i flaat and her eyes snapped. mn ever. Anna could not go Intel -I know I did.- Honora acknowl- SOCtety. ao became lntrasnMttv Without cause, she irraw vprv imi. i ous of Vronsky. She took to morphine as a sleeping potion. 1 Suicide under the rushing wheels! a rauroaa tram was Anna Kar- 1 enlna's way out. 1 Vronsky's grief was overwhelming, j After many weeks of illness, he or-1 gamzea a squadron of cavalry and entered the Serbian war. ionstantin Levin found Mm hanni. )68 With hi wlfA a.nrt ttmnll mnn a nA I toaua mat nis 01a raiu nan iit..H in his heart, although hidden, when an old peasant explained whv a certain man was good in the words 'he lives for his soul, he remembers God." wpyrignr, tsia, by the Post Publish ing Co. (The Boston Post). Copy right in the United Kingdom, the Do minions, its colonies and dniutAn. eies, under the copyright act, by the Post Publishing Co.. Boston. Mass.. TJ. S. A. All rights reserved. Printed by yvttniBaiuu ui, ana arrangement with John Lane Co authorized publishers. Published by special arrangement with the llcClure Newspaper Syndi cate. AU rights reserved.) "Vivian Grey. bv Renlamln nl rnell, a condensed byv Alice G. f; ro sier, will be printed tomorrow. Short Snatches j From Everywhere mm tid BUT COULDN'T GET TO SLEEP Utah Resident Lost Weight and Strength Until She Tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. So ions: as DfeODle will nay $14 tor a 17 pair of shoes, one sreat obstacle In tin way ot lowering the price re mains to be overcome. Indianapolis J. E. Bank, of AtcMsan. proposes starting a sew war with some country with a view to reducing prices. Kan sas City Star. WelL we trust "W. J. Bryan Is sat- IZjaaCU. A4SS3 VV'kElillVVliai IB tu UUA midst. New York Evening Sun. The profiteers are on a still hunt ! to see if the public sentiment which Is brewing over the high cost of liv ing has a kick in It Franklin find.) Star. There was a time when want of bread was destitution. Now they call It destitution If they haven't the price of a new set of tires. Greenville rs. C Piedmont. we don t Know when we have seen the administration so delighted over anything as it is over Its newly dis covered cost of living problem. Kan sas city star. one government expert advises peo nle to eat more meat, another advo cates a nation of vegetarians, and the iiwasiuiia matte 11 aara to be either. New Tork Morning Telegraph. w nat society owes you Is the In freet on the capital you inest in ,t. inj wail ?tuet Journal j T became so run down, weak and discouraged that I began to think that life wasn't worth living." says Mrs. A. A. Terry, who lives at Xo. 201 Center street. Magna, Utah. "Medicines had failed to help me and I was getting worse every day. "What worried me most was my in ability to sleep no matter how tired I might be. My complexion became a yellowish white color and my hands had so little blood that they were al most transparent I suffered from violent headaches that started In the back of my head and ran to the top. These attacks became so severe that my memory was affected. My appe tite was poor and I was very nervous j another laugh. -That's what I mean especially at night when I tried to, about him the thing that makes him edged. "And that was how I knew he had been drinking." "Well, and what of it? Be was not drunk; even you must admit that." "I do admit it; bat I also say that I felt very uncomfortable when you let him bring you home." "Well, he had his car there, and why sboald I not have driven home In itr "Beeause it looked very queer," Honora insisted. "Ton and I came togeter, and we should have returned In our taxicah. Instead, you went off, with Torn Chandler." In his car Instead of ia a cab." Mildred reminded aer. 3ot His car. "In his father's oar." Honora re minded her. . The pair were walking downtown together on the morning after the If u4 Crnc. .1 r-M -i f Xlr. riMtiui'. The 1 altercation has! been started by Mildreds expressed hone -that she might see Tens Chandler orten this winter, and tho statement that she liked htm a great deal. To which remark Honora replied that he had been drinking last night aad that she disapproved of him. "And what If It was his father's earr Mlldrel exclaimed. "What's the harm in that?" "I did not mean to intimate, ray dear, that there was any harm in it," Honora tried to speak soothingly. "I only meant that Tom is not In a posi tion 4o own a car. He drives a very handsome one but he did not "buy it nor does he pay for its upkeep. Too know that as well as I do." Honors Is Annoyed. "Yes. and I know. too. that Arthur Bruce drives a ear that belongs to his father, and that he does not pay for its upkeep, either. Yet you al ways speak of him as If he were a paragon of all the manly virtues." Honora bit her Hps. She did not want to betray how angry she was. "Arthur works, however," she com mented. "Yes, because his father has given him a Job. But for that he might not do any more than Tom does. Tom's father is a doctor, and as the son does cot want to be a sawbones he can't step into ,als father's shoes. uai ae epenas tus money zreeiy. which is a good deal more than I can say for some men who have regular positions." "It is easy to spend money one does not earn!" Honors retorted. "Dr. Chandler has alwavs snolled his boy outrageously as you know." "Well, that doesn't hurt me. does ttf" the younger girl argued. "Dear" (Honora laid her hand on her sister's arm), "don't let us Quar rel. Few men are worth quarreling about. I only spoke as I did because I do not want you to do indiscreet things, dear child. . And. Milly. I saw you and Tom in the conservatory last night. 1 did not intend to spy upon you, for I did not know yon were in there." Mildred looked up startled, then laughed. "So that's what started you off. is it?" she questoned. All sounds of angeNjhad gone from her voice, and the sister who knew her so well mar veled for the thousandth time at her sudden change 'of mood. Mildred for got her anger as soon as some other idea came into her mint "Then you saw him kiss me. did youl Wasn't It funny?" "Funny?" Honora repeated, puz zled. "Why. yes funny that he should have fallen a victim so soon" with I Bedtime Stories For The Little (hies i TJJiCLE WIGGILY AND THE CORK COBS. . tr nOWARD GARIS. "XI THERE are you going. Uncle Wig- gtlyT asked Nurse Jane Fusay Wuzzy of the rabbit gentleman one day. as she saw him hop down off the steps' of his red-whlte-and-blne-stiiped rheumatism bungalow. What's that? I've made a mistake? Oh. so I have. I beg your pardon! I mean this follow stump bungalow. But. anyhow, Nurse Jane asked Uncle Wlggily where he was going, and the rabbit gentleman, leaning en bis raeT- whlte-and-Mue-strlped rheumatism crutch, said: "I am going over and help Grand - father'Goosey Gander gather his corn crop. He planted a fine field of corn. The sun warmed It. the rain wet It and many .yellow ears grw uo. Now It is time to husk the com. shall the yellow kernels off the cob and put them away for winter." "Put what away for the winter?' asked Nurse Jane. "The corn or the cobST" . "The corn, of course!" answered Uncle Wiarilv. "The cobs are of no use. So I'm going over to help Grand pa Goosey shell his yellow corn oft the cobs." Awsy bopped the bunny rabbit gen tleman, over the bills, through the woods and across the fields until he came to Grandfather Goosey Gander's pen house. tou are just in time, uncle wig- Igily!" quacked Grandpa Goosey. n ' milnr . n ka-tn fth.lllnr W CVB SOW. and you may help me. So the bunny rabbit gentleman and the goose gentleman went to the field where the corn had grown, and. sit ting down on s pile of cornstalks, they began husking the ears and also shell ing off the kernels. To husk com. you know, you pull off the long, thin leaves on the out side of the cob. These leaves, or husks. which are green in summer, ana wnien dry out in the fall and winter until they are almost white, kee the corn kernels clean. After the corn was husked. Uncle Wlggily and Grandpa Goosey began shelling it off the cobs. io ao mac uncie w igguy tow an ear of corn in each paw and rubbed them together as hard as he could; ne ruoDeu the corn ears togeiner i mean, not his paws. And oft rattled the loosened yellow kernels into a basket. "Oh, m have a fine lot of corn for this winter!" quacked Grandpa. Goosey as he. too, shelled the corn. The empty cobs were tossed to one side, making quite a pile in the field, and when Semmis and Susie LtttletaiL the tva rabbit children, came scampering along and saw the pile of clean coos. Sam mle cried: Oh, Uncle Wlggily. may Stssle and I play with them?" "Yes." answered th bunny rabbit gentleman, "you may." And Grandpa Goosey said the Sams thing- So. while the rabbit gentleman and the goose gentleman were shelling off the yellow kernels of corn. Saramie and Snsie began playing with the eobe. Snsie made a doll of one, by tying some of the corn husks around the bottom of a corn cob. and making two eyes, a nose and a mouth. How did Susie make eyee and nose and mouth on her com cob don. did you ask? Well, she jnst found a soft, black stone in the corn field and it. marked lust like a lead pencil. Witn that soft, black stone Susie made a pair of fine black eyes for her dolL With a red stone she made a mouth To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Pics 35c would get you. What liave you to say now?" "Nothing!" Honora replied. Her sister looked at her astonished It was not like Honora to capitulate so quickly. "No." Honora want on. "I am not going to sav another word about vo and Tom Chandler. You are less than two years younger than I so why should I try to order you about? It does no good, anvwav." "That's true!" Mildred rejoined. wtth red lips and a red tongue and good-naturedly. "But I fancy that I with a yellow stone she made ears for what I said about your driving home i her doll. alone with a man took: your best 1 "Oh. look what I made from the corn argument away from you. didn't it?" icobs!" cried Sammie. after Susie had Tobacco Habit Dangerous says Doctor Connor, formerly of Johns oosptcai. xsousanas oi men sazfeting from fatal diseases would be In perfect health tnhT w.rt. it nni for the deadly drug Nicotine. Stot the habit now before It's too late. It's a simple process to rid yourself of the tobacco habit In any form. Just era to any up-to-date drng store and get some Nlootol tablets: take them as di rected and lo! the pernicious habit quickly vanishes. Druggists refund the money if they fall Be sure to read large and Interesting announcement by Doctor Connor soon to appear m this paper. It tells of the danger of nicotine poisoning and how to avoid 1L In the meantime try Nicotol tab lets: you will be surprised at the re sult. Adv. Then, as Honora did not reply, she added: "Don't let's fuss or quarrel, honey. 1 love you. I really do." And Honora. In spite of misgiv ings, could not repress a smile as she looked Into her sister's merry eyes. That was just like Mildred, she mused, as she went on to Mr. Pear son's office. She always got -her own way in the long run. To Be Continued. sleep and could only think of my Ill ness. "A friend, observing that I was get ting worse all the time, recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to me and I procured a package. My appetite Im proved after taking one box and I kept getting better as the treatment was continued. Soon my strength was restored and my nervousness left me. so Interesting he Is sneh a dare devil that he keeps a girl zuesslng all the time as to what he's going to start next That's why I like him." Xot at All In tiove. "You care for him. do you, Milly?" Mildred raised her pretty eyebrows at the question, "If by 'care' yon mean to ask If I love him why, no: at least, not yet. He's never paid me any attention until tnis winter, for he has thought of me as a kid, I am entirely free from head-! he says. But I do like to flirt with aches now my color Is good and Ii nlnj he is so good-looking and sleep soundly. Several of my f rlends I mies oeauiiiuiiy." have tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills on t3h' Milly, dear please don't!" my recommendation and have found ! ""mora Pegged. TTou don t know the remedy an excellent blood build-1 how ?5n thinss are", er .. "I declare!" the vouneer girl ex- nr WiiiiAmn- pink pin m h i clIlmed- "Too apeak aa If I were all all dVuaila or "direct ASl nr ?e tim,e dolas thluS- But 1 wiuTFJ vSLi?,,r e. 5 do not do more other people who Williams Medicine Co. Schenectady. j tem more particular Whv you N. Y. on receipt of price. 30 cents per yourself drove home alone last night box or six boxe for S- ".0 Write for, in the cab with Arthur Bruce Ah'" the free hokl:. 'Iildinir l"p the as Honora 's facp flushed "that went lilofl ' Adv (home didn't it? i thought the truln WOULDN'T IA OH FOR II Mrs. Trinder gains twenty pounds by taking Tanlac. "I wouldn't take a fortune for the good Tanlac has done me." said Mrs. Grance E. Trinder, ot Sll W. Jlrd SU Kansas City. Mo. "My troubles began about four years ago," she continued, "and al though I have been andar the best of treatments and have taken many different kinds ot medicines, I grew worse all the time. My food dis agreed with me and I suffered ter ribly from Indigestion. I was very nervous and never got a good night's sleep, and became so weak and run down I was unable to do any house work and felt miserable all the time. They said my only hope was In an operation and I prepared to go to the hospital and have it done. "The day before I was to leave home I saw a statomeat in the paper where a person who had suffered exactly as I did had been benefited through taking Tanlac so I per suaded my family to let me try it before having the operation. I began taking Tanlac that very day and by the time X had finished my second bottle I felt much better. I kept it up and finally overcame my W ubles completely I have actually gained twenty pounds and am so well and strong that I can do all my house work without any trouble at all. I sleep fine and am never troubled tl,e leaft bit nlth indigestion or -tmn-i, h trouble, of anv kind Ail dijggists sell T -i c .lv out her doll to aleD. "WelL I do declare! If Sammie hasn't made a little bouse out of corn cobs!" said Uncle Wlggily. with a laugh, as he tossed another empty cob on toe pile behind himself and Grandpa Goosey. "Sammie Is a smart boy!" quacked the goose gentleman, and really the rabbit hoy was. For he had taken a lot of the empty corn cobs and piled them one on the other until he hai made a little bouse. Just as the Pil grim Fathers, in Indian davs. made lob cabins by piling logs one on the other. Then, all of a sudden, hi Snnl anrf Uncle Wlggily and Grandpa Goosey voice cnK out: "Boo!" -What's thatr gily in surnrlae. "Did anybody sneese Goosey wanted to know. "So. I coughed!" answered the gruff voice and there stood the bad old fussy fox. "Oh dear!" said Uncle Wlggilv and Grandpa Goosey and Sarale and Susie all together, just as If they were singing a sad song. "Oh dear!" "I've come to get souse!" barked the fox. and he looked straight at Uncle Wigglly's ears. "Quick! Hide in my corncob house!" whispered Sammie. "It Isn't big enough'." quacked Grandpa Goosey. "Oh, bow can we make the bad fox ao awavr I "I know'" cried Uncle W!ggily We Sff thK'x' coca sobs at him. This they u.w mjr Karu u i in away. He ran away howling with pain. RUNNING SORES OF LONG STANDING CURED BY NUMBER 40 Jamas Robinson, 8-1 Rowley St. Evansville. lnd.. makes the following statement: T suffered for five years with runn'ng sores from blood poison of long standing. I doctored with the best physicians and tried a number ot advertised remedies but received no permanent benefit. My brctherinlaw. R. Tadlock, advised aw to try "Number 40 For The Blood.' After using the first bottle I was benefitted and was completely cured with five bottles ana at this time, twelve months later. I have experienced no signs of the dis ease returning." Persons suffering with blood poison in any form should not delay but get "Number -to" at once. Sold by Kelly & Pollard Wholesale. Adv. uncle Wlggily and Grandpa Goosey txr i v were looking at the corn cob house I Y OH I ,Jn I .IPni Sammie had made, all at once a gruff 1 V-'cl11 VrflCCtX Your Complexion asked Uncle Wig- Grandpa Remare Tan, Sent urn, Liver Spob, Freckle $ and Other Skin Blemiiocx. By Uw . of a WeH-Known Preparation. To3et Some people dislike to use face pow ders, creams or rouge, but they cannot suffer the embarrassment of a dark, sallow, blotchy, pimply skin. They therefore resort to cosmetics to hide their facial blemishes, little realising that the longer their use la conrtnued. the mors aggravated the trouble be comes. ir you want to clear year complex Ion and remove those Skin blemishes which cause you embarrassment, you should use the Bla k and White Beau ty treatment at Dedtlme. cleansing your face In the morning. Go to your NEW YORK DETECTIVE COMES HERE FOR ALLEGED FUGITIVE Detectlv James W. McKlttlck. of New York, reached El Paso Monday druggist and ask him for a 35 cent to take into custody Earl. Leamonds. . o- ,h. -htV. SS . . i and & 3r or tube ot pure, wait vasc- discharfftd aoldiers. wanted in New 1 1(n. Black and White soap is a spin. Tork CItv on a theft charge. Lea- .did aid to the tre-atmert. monds has been in Jail hre for the I Literature? and sample will be crl&d past two months. It ia alleged: xhat 1 Iv sup-plied you on request. Write Leanmonda rubbed a Red CroM nnrae, J Black and White, box 313. Memphis. Mis Ruth E. Bird, of a diamond rinjf. Tenn. whii he w a onnvait-cAtBs m a ) armv hospital at Fox Hills, a suburb i of New ork I.-ar oii'Is .tr'-rve. ia &i Paso about two Tret-kis ier the alleged rob. t ber- He was arrested almost imme tliately after hia arrival here on rf- j .i'i- of Richmond county. N. 1., of- LACKseWHITE Curtis Jt Co, biur Liberty Bonds-Adv. !