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WOMAN W! HOKWG
Author of ?3heAMMEUR CRACKSMAN.
IlLUSrRATIONS by O. ITCWUN MYERS
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A Small World.
Cazalot hiU up no suddenly that his
bend lilt tlio woodwork ovor tlio upper
berth. HIh own volco Ht 111 rang In his
atartled cars. IIo wondered how much
ho bad paid, and bow far It could have
carrlod nbovo tho throb of tbo liner's
BcrowB and tho mighty pounding of
tho water against bnr plates. And
thon bo remembered how bo bad boon
loft behind nt Naplon, and rejoined tho
KalBor Fritz nt Oenoa, only to find
that ho no longer bad a cabin to him
A sniff aimurcd Cazalet that ho wan
jiclthor alono at tho moment nor yet
tho only ono awako; bo pulled back
tho awnylng curtnln, and thero on tho
ftoltoo nat u man with a strong bltio
chin and tho quizzical solemnity of an
It wan his cabin rompanlon, nn
American named Hilton Toyc, and
Cazalot addressed him with nervous
"I nay! Havo I boon talking In my
"Why, yes!" ropllod Hilton Toyc.
land broko Into a Hinllo that mado a
limn tm being of him.
Caznlot forced n responsive grin
'What did I say?" ho asked, with nn
rimiiBcd curloalty nt variance with bla
Blinking bond nnd shining forehead.
Toyo took him In from crown to
fingertips, with something deep behind
Ills kindly smllo. "I Judge." said bo,
'you wcro dreaming of somo drnmn
you'vo been seeing ashore, Mr. Caza
lot." "Dreaming!" Bald Caznlot, wiping
his face. "It waa a nlgbtmnro! I
must havo turned In too booh nfter
dinner. Hut I should llko to know
Vhnt I nald."
"I can toll you word for word. You
Bald, 'Henry Crnvcn dead! and then
you said, 'Dead dead Henry Cra
von!' ob If you'd got to hno It both
ways to mnko Biiro."
"It's truo." Bald Cnzalet. shuddering.
"I saw him lying dead, In my dream."
Hilton Toyo took a gold watch from
hla wnlatcont pocket. "Thirteen in In
utoa to ono In tho morning," bo Raid,
"and now U'h September eighteenth.
Take a noto of that, Mr. Cnzalet. It
may bo nnothor caso of second Bight
for your psychical rosonrch Hocloty "
"I don't caro If It Is." Cazalet was
"Meaning it wnB no great friend you
dreamed was dead?"
"No friend at all, dead or allvo!"
"I'm kind of wondering," nald
Toyo, winding his watch slowly, "If
ha'r by way of bolng a friond or mlno.
I know a Honry Craven ovor In Eng.
land. LIvea nlong tho river, down
"Kingston way, In a big houso."
, "Yes. sir! That's tho man. Little
world, Isn't It?"
Tho man In tho upper berth bad to
hold on as bis curtalna swung clear;
the man tilted back on tho Bottco, all
attention nil tbo tlmo, wna more than
over an effective foil to him. With
put tho kindly smllo that wont as
quickly an It camo, Hilton Toyo waa
somber, subtle and domuro. Cnzalet,
on tho other hand, wnB of sangulno
comploxion and Impetuous lookB. Ho
was tanned a rich bronzo about tho
tnlddlo of tho faco, but It broko off
mcross hla forehead llko tho coloring
of a meerschaum plpo. Both men
were In their early prime, and each
stood roughly for his rnco and typo:
tho traveled American who knowa tho
world, and tho elemental Ilrltlsher
who has mado bohio ono looso end of
It his own.
"I thought or my Henry Craven,"
continued Toyo, "as soon uh over you
camo out with yours. Dut It Beomed a
kind of ordinary name I might have
known It waa tho Bamo If I'd recollect
ed tho namo of his firm. Isn't it Cru
von & Cazalet, tbo stockbroker, down
"Thnt'B It." said Cazalet bitterly.
"But thero havo been nono of us in
It slnco my father died ten yenrB ago."
"Dutyou'ro Henry Craven'B old part
"I'm his only son."
"Then no wonder you dream about
Honry Craven," cried Toyo, "and no
wonder It wouldn't break your heart
IX your dream camo truo."
"It wouldn't." said Cazalot through
bla teeth. "Ho wasn't a wblto man to
mo or mlno whatever you may havo
"I had a llttlo placo near his ono
summer. I know only what I heard
"What did you hear?" naked Caza
let. "I'vo bcon away ton yoarB, ovor
elnco tho crash that rulnod everybody
hut tho man at tho bottom of tho
wholo thing. It would bo a klndnesa
to toll mo what you hoard."
"Well, I gucsa you've said It your
solf right now. That man seems to
havo beggared everybody all around
except hlmsolf; that's how I mnko It
out," said Hilton Toyo.
"Hodldworso'snld Cazalot through
bis tooth. "Ho killed my poor father;
ho banished mo to tho wilds of Aus
tralia; and ho sent a hotter man than
hlmseir to prison for fourteon years!'
Toye opened his dark eyos for once.
"Is that so? No. I never beard that,"
"You bear It now. Ho did ull that,
Indlruetly, and I didn't ruallzo It at tho
time. I waH too young, and tho wholo
thing laid mo out too lint; but I know
It now, utid I'vo known It long enough.
It wus worse than a crash. It was a
Bcandnl. That wan what finished ur
off, all but Henry Craven! Thero'd
been n gigantic Bwlndle Bpcclul In
vestments rocommendud by the linn,
bogus certlllcntCB and nil tho rest of it.
Wo woro all to blame, of courBc. My
poor father ought never to havo been
a poet. Kvcn I I was only a young
Bter In tho olllco, but I ought to havo
known what was going on. Hut Henry
Craven did know. Ho was In It up to
tho neck, though a fellow callod Seni
um did tho actual Job. Seruton got
fourteen yearn nnd Craven got our
old houso on tho river."
"And feathered It pretty well!" mild
Toyo, nodding. "Yes, I did hoar that.
And I can toll you they don't think
any better of him, In tbo neighbor
hood, for going to llvo right there. Hut
bow did bo stop tho other man's
mouth, and- how do you know?"
"Never mind how I know," Bald Ca
zalet. "Seruton was n friend of mlno,
though an older man; ho was good
to me, though ho was n wrong 'tin
himself IIo paid for It paid for two
that I can say! Hut be waa engaged
to Ethel Craven at the tlmo, was go
ing to bu tal.cn Into partnership on
their marriage, and you can put two
anil two together for yourself."
"Did Bho wait for him?"
"About jib long as you'd expect of
tho breed! Sho waa her father's daugh
ter. I wonder you didn't comu ncroaa
hor and her buslmnd!"
"I didn't see i,o much of tho Crnvcn
crowd," replied Hilton Toye. "I wasn't
Btuck on thoiu either. Say, Cazalet, I
wouldn't bo that old man when Scru
ton cornea out, would you?"
Hut Cazalot showed that ho could
hold hla tongue when ho liked, and hlfl
grim look was not bo leglblo as some
that had como and gono beforo. This
ono stuck until Toyo produced a big
flask from bla grip, and tho talk shift
ed to Iobb painful ground. It wna tho
laBt night In tho Hay of Biscay, nnd
Cnzalet told how ho bad been In it n
fortnight on hla way out by Balling-
vessel. Ho oven told it with consider
able humor, and hit off sundry passen
gorB of ten years ngo as though they
had bcon aboard tho Gorman boat that
night and Toyo drew him out about
tho bush until tho shadows passed for
minutos from tho led-brlck faco with
tho wbltcbrlck forehead.
"I remember thinking I would dig
for gold," r.ald Cazalet. 'Thafn all I
know about Australia. But you can
havo adventures of sorts If you go fnr
enough up-country for 'em; it still
pays to know how to uso your fists
out thero. I romombor onco at a bush
Bbanty thoy dished up bucIi fruity
chops that I said I'd fight tho cook If
"I Say Have I Been Talking In My
they'd send him up; nnd I'm blowed
if It wasn't a fellow I'd been at school
with nnd worshiped us no end of a
swell at gamos! I'ottn bla namo was,
old VcniiB Potts, tho best looking chup
In tbo Hchool among othor things; and
thero ho wna, cooking cnrrlon at
twcnty-ilvo bob a week! Instead of
fighting wo Jolnod forces, got a burr
cutting Job on a good Btutlon, then a
bettor ono ovor shearing, nnd after
that ,1 wormed my way in as book
keeper, and my pal becamo ono or tho
head oversoora. Now wo'ro our own
bosses with a aharo In tho show, and
tho owner comes up only onco a year
to boo how things nro looking."
"I hope ho had a daughter," said
Toyo, "and that you'ro going to marry
hor, IT you hnvon't yet?"
Cazalot laughed, but tho shadow had
returned. "No. I loft that to my pal,"
ho said. "Ho did that all right!"
"Thon I ndvlso you to go nnd do
llkowiso," rejolnod hla now friond with
a geniality Impossible to tako amiss.
"I shouldn't wonder, now, if thcro'a
oomo girl you left behind you."
Cnzalet shook his head. "Nono who
would look on herself In that light,"
I he interrupted. It was all ho said,
but onco moro Toye was regarding
him as sbrowdly na when tho night
was younger, and the littleness of tho
world hnd not yet mado them confi
dant and boon companion.
Eight bolls actually struck beforo
their great talk ended nnd Cnzalet
aworo that ho mlsBed tho "watchea
nft, sir!" of tbo sailing-vessel ton
"Say!" oxclalmcd Hilton Toyo, knit
ting his browRovcraomc nebulous rec
ollection of bla own. "I seem to have
henrd of you nnd somo of your yarns
before. Didn't you Bpond nights In n
log-hut miles and miles from any bu
It waa aa they were turning in oi
last, but tho (pjCBtlon spoiled a yawn
"Sometlmca, nt ono of our out-sta-tlons,"
said ho, looking puzzled.
"I'vo seen your photograph," said
Toyo, regarding him with a more criti
cal Btaro. "Hut It waa with n beard."
"I bad It off when I wna ashore tho
other day," Bald Cnzalet. "I always
meant to, beforo the end of the voy
ago." "I bcc. It wn8 n Miss Macnalr
showed mo that photograph MIsb
Blanche Mnonnir lives In a little houso
down thero near our old homo I
"Second Sight!" He Ejaculated, is
Though It Were the Night Before.
Judge hers la another old home that's
boon broken up Hlnco your day."
"They've all got married." said Caza
"Except MIbb Blanche. You write
to her borne, Mr. Cazalot?"
"Onco a j ear regularly. It was a
promise. Wo wero kids together," be
explained, as bo climbed back lute
tho upper berth.
"Gucsa you wcro a lucky kid," said
tho volco below. "She's one In a
thousand, MIbs Blancho Macnnlr!"
Southampton Water was ail orna
mental lako dotted with fairy lamps
It was a inldBiimmcr night, lagging a
wholo season behind Its fellows. But
nlicady it waa so lato that tho English
passengers on tbo Knlser Fritz had
abandoned nil thought of catching the
Inst train to London.
They tramped tho deck In thcli
noisy, shining, shore-going boots; the)
manned tho rnil in lazy inarticulate
appreciation of tbo nocturne in blue
stippled with green and red and count
loss yellow lights. But Achilles In hie
tent was no moro conspicuous absen
tee than Cazalet In bis cabin aa the
Kaiser Fritz steamed sedately up
Ho had finished packing; tbo state
room lloor was impassable with the
baggage that Cazalet had wanted on
tho live-weeks' voyage. Thero was
scarcely room to sit down, but in what
there was Bat Cnzalet -llko a soul in
torment. All tho vultures of tho night
beforo, of his dreadful dream, and ol
tho poignant reminiscences to which
his dream had led, might have been
gnawing at hla vitals as ho sat thero
waiting to set foot onco moro in tho
land from which a bitter blow bad
Yet tho bitterness might have been
allayed by tho consciousness that bo,
nt any rate, had turned It to uccount.
It bad been, indeed, tho making of
him; thanks to that stern Inccntlvo,
oven soma of tbo sweets of a deserved
success woro already his. But thoro
waa no hint of complacency In Caza
let'B clouded faco and heavy attltudo.
His faco waa pale, oven In that tor
rid zona between tho latitudes protect
ed In tho buah by beard nnd wide
awake. And ho Jumped to hla feet as
suddenly aa tho scrow stopped for tho
first tlmo. Tho aamo thing hnppened
again nnd yet again, as often as evor
tho engines paused beforo tho end.
Cazalet would spring up and watch hla
stateroom door with clenched flats nnd
haunted eyea. But It wnB somo long
tlmo before tbo door flew open, and
then slammed behind Hilton Toye.
Toyo wns In a Btato of excitement
even moro abnormal than Cnzalet's
nervous despondency, which Indeed It
prevented him from observing. It waa
Instantaneously clear that Toyo was
astounded, thrilled, almost triumphant,
but as yet Just drawing tho lino at
that. A nowspapor fluttered In his
"Second Bight?" ho ejaculated, as
though It wero tho night boforo nnd
Cazalot still shaken by his dream. "I
guess you'vo got It In full measure,
pressed down and running over, Mr.
(TO nR CONTINUED.)
The Real Thing.
It is not numbers that count but m
DOGS MAY BECOME
U'rom Wekly Letter. Unitorl States De
partment of Agriculture.)
Tho dog in tho country la n useful
nnd pleasant ndjuuet to the farm if ho
la properly controlled nnd cared for,
but when neglected may readily be
come n carrier of disease to Block. In
addition to gaining opportunity to kill
sheep and destroy gardens and other
property. Dog ordinances, as u gen
eral rulo, havo been Intended chiofly to
curb the dog'a power of doing barm by
attacking, biting, killing or running
sheep or stock. The part that ho
pluys as a carrier of diseases to ani
mals only recently baa been recog
nized, according to tbo zoologists of
tho United States department of agri
culture, who bellcvo that when tills Is
better understood rural ordinances and
laws which lessen this danger will
gain tho support of tho community.
Of tho diseases carried to Btock by
dogs, tho foot-and-mouth disease is
probably of tho greatest interest nt
this time. In this caso tho dog acta
aa a mechanical carrier of Infection.
Tho dog which tuna ncross nn Infect
ed farm easily may carry in tho dirt
on bis feet tho virus of this most con
tagious of animal diseases to other
farms and thus spread the disease
to tlio neighboring herds. In infected
localities It la absolutely essential,
therefore, to keep ull doga chained
and never to allow them off tho farm
except on leash.
Thero aro, however, many other
maladies In tho spread of which tho
dog takes an uctlve part. In Bulletin
2G0 of tho department, "Tho Dog aa
a Carrier of I'nrusltcs and Disease," it
is pointed out that rabies, hydatid,
ringworm, favus, double-pored tape
worm, roundworm und tongue worm
nro often conveyed to human beings in
tlila way. It occasionally happens also
that tho dog helps fleas and tlcka In
transmitting bubonic plaguo or the
deadly spotted fever.
Hydatid disease is caused by tbo
presence in tho liver, kidneys, brain,
lungs and other organs of a bladder
worm or larval tapeworm. Bladder
worms nro often ua largo na an orange
and may bo larger. A dog which is
allowed to feed on carrion or tho raw
viscora of slaughtered animals may cat
all or part of a bladder worm contain
ing numcrouB tupeworm bends. Tbeso
tapoworm heads develop into Binall
Begmontod tnpoworms in tho intestines
of tho dog. Tho tapeworms in turn
develop eggs which are passed out in
tho excrement of tho dog. They are
spread broadcast on grass and lu
STALLS FOR HORSES
It Often Happens That Places
Where Animals Are Kept Are
Entirely Too Narrow.
A horso cannot talk and tell his
owner In tho morning that ho baa
boon uncomfortable during tho night,
but If such la the case and the trouble
continues tho effect will show in hla
work, or moro aerlous troublo may
follow. Sometimes tho stalls aro bad
ly constructed, mado too narrow or
tho horse's feet wear holes which aro
Ono of tho greatost evils Is having
a stall too narrow. It may not have
boon proporly constructed In tho first
plnco or perhaps has bcon mndo for
a small horso. It the barn changes
hands or la rented and n largor horse
put In It, thla horae may havo dlfll-
culty In rising nnd so because of his
dread of lying down on that account
romalns on his feet longer than la good
for him. Again a board or two may
becomo dislodged and not being ro
placed at onco occasions a draft.
In a number of barns that havo
como under my observation too llttlo
caro has been used as to tho situa
tion of tho stalls. Quito often they
aro placed on tho north Bldo of a
building owing to such a position be
ing handler or not Interfering with
other arrangements about tho barn.
Instead, It is best to havo them on
tho south sido of a building or if on
tho north side thoy should havo a
doublo wall. Tho stalls should bo of
tiutllclent size, tho flooring should bo
levol nnd the stalls themselves kept
in good condition.
.irisM; '.mt,mamMBaK&Xi-h,.:y ,i
v"o mMmmmwmmm ;i
CARRIERS OF DISEASE
drinking water whero animals can
very well eat them und thus becomo
Infected. Tbo bog Is particularly llablu
to this disease becauso of its rooting
babltu. Tbo egga may get Into hu
man food, nnd persons who allow
dogs to lick their bands and face also
run the risk of getting the eggu of thu
tapoworm In their systems.
Prevention on tbo farm consists In
so restraining the dog that ho cannot
got nt carrion or raw viscera. Viscera
should bo boiled beforo being fed to
doga and should never bo thrown on
the fields. If not cooked and fed, via
ccra and carcasses should bo burned,
burled with lime, or so disposed of na
not to bo accessible to dogs, l'ropcr
feeding of tho dog is essential und tho
owner who does not feed u dog prop
erly has no right to kcop one.
Tho parasite which causes gid In
sheep somewhat resembles tho hyda
tld worm A dog allowed to cat tho
brain of u giddy bheep may swallow
this parasite and later dlstrlbuto tho
egga of the resulting tapeworm over
tho paature. Sheep while grazing
swallow the egga with tlio grass which
they eat. In tho caso of sheep doga
it is important to administer vermi
fuges often enough to keep them frco
of these worms. In the enso of sheep
measles, tho bladder worm lu tho
meat, typical of this disease, Is swal
lowed by tho dog und again tho tapo
worm cgg3 aro passed by tho dog to
grass or water and thero uro eaten
Of the external parasites which
dogs may carry to animals, (leas nnd
tbo various kinds of ticks aro both
troublcsomo und dungerous. Tho
remedy la clear. Tbo owner muat
keep hla dog clean, not merely for tho
comfort nnd happiness of the dog, but
to prevent it from becoming a carrier
of disagreeable and dungerous vermin.
Theso reasonable measures, impor
tant to the stock on thu farm, havo a
direct connection with tho health of
tho family. Whero ringworm or other
skin diseases break out among tbo
children, or tbo worm parasites devel
op, It Is well to determine whether a
dirty or uncared-for dog may not bo
carrying infection on his skin or hair,
or bo conveying diseaso from carrion
directly to tho food und persons of bla
i friends. Even if no ono is infected
1 with disease, tho folly of allowing u
! dog to remain dirty and have the free
dom of a homo whero personal clean
liness and hygiene are respected is ap
parent. LAZY ANCESTORS OF
OUR MODERN FOWLS
Industrious Hen of Today Lays
300 Eggs in Year, While
Jungle Bird Laid Twelve.
(By C. S. ANDl'.RSON. Colorado.)
Tho Jungle fowl, rrom which all our
modern breeds or chickens have orig
inated, laid from twclvo to fifteen
egga a year when 'in Its wild and nat
ural Btate. With yearB of selection,
wo havo succeedod In developing from
this low-producing fowl a typo of bird
tho chlor function of which Is egg pro
duction. Our present-day Leghorns,
and carefully selected fowla or Bovcral
other breeds, lay close to 200 eggs an
nually, and in tho courso or a llfetlmo
more than a thousand.
An average hen or tho egg typo
breeds will lay In a year's tlmo flvo
times hor body weight In eggs. Tak
ing tho standard wolght of egga as 24
ounces per dozen, thla means on egg
every threo days during tho year. To
accomplish this tho hen must consumo
nearly thirty ttmeB her body wolght In
The hen also has a market valuo
when she is 110 longer an egg producer.
Comparing the total marketable prod
ucts returned for 100 pounds of digest
ible matter consumed, tho hen ranks
second only to tho cow among all our
common farm anlmnls.
Important Garden Factor.
Tho soil Is a very Important factor
In gardening. Sandy soils aro adapted
to early vegetables; tho loam soils to
tomatoes and muskmolons, nnd tbo
muck soils to tho nitrogen feeders, lot-
I tuco, cabbage, celery and onions.
K f -tv A?Pfifi vWtT iM W-X ttvvMVlt. v
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Try as you will, after an application
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weokB' uso, when you boo now hnlr,
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ly now hair glowing all over tho
A llttlo Dnndcrlno immediately dou
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Dandcrlno and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking ono small
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nppcaranco of abundance; an Incom
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Got a 25 cent bottlo of Knowlton'B
Dandcrlno from any storo nnd provo
that your hair is as pretty and soft
08 any Hint It ban boon neglected or
Injured by cnrolesa treatmont that's
In somo parts of Switzerland gran
ite lsxso plentiful that It la used for
To Fortify The System Against Grip
when Orlp la prevalent I.AXATIVB 1IKOMO
UU1N1NK should ba l.ikcn, as this combination
of Quinine with othor Ingredients, destroys
trernn, acts as a Tonle and Laxative and thai
keeps tlio system In condition to withstand
Co'di. Orlp and Influonza. There Is onlr on
"I1UOMO QUININIi.' U. W. GUOVU'S sir
nature ou box. 15c.
Kngllah colonies total 13.002,:t2l
square miles in nro, with a population
BIG EATERS HAVE BAD
KIDNEYS AND BACKACHE
Take a Glass of Salts at Once If Your
Back Is Hurting or Kidneys and
Bladder Trouble vou.
Tho American men and ""omen must
guard constantly against Kidney trou
ble, becauso wo cat too mudi and all
our food is rich. Our blooi is tilled
with uric acid which tho klduoys
strive to Alter out, thoy wcakc" from
overwork, becomo sluggish; tho ellml
nntlvo tissues clog nnd tho result is
kidney troublo, bladder weakness "d
a general decline in health.
When your kidneys feel llko lumps
of lead; your back hurts or tbo urlno
Is cloudy, full of sediment or you are
obliged to seek rollof two or thrco
times during tho night; if you nuffer
with sick hendacho or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you havo rheu
matism when tho weather Is bad, get
from your pharmacist about four
ounces of Jad Salts; tako a tablo
spoonful' In n glass of water boforo
breakfast for a fow days and your kid
neys will then act flno. This famous
salts is mado from tho acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llthia,
nnd has been used for generations to
flush nnd stimulate clogged kidneys;
to ncutrallzo tho acids In tho urine so
it no longer is a sourco of irritation,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is lnoxpcnBivo; cannot in
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-watcr bovcrago, and belongs In
every home, because nobody can make
a mlstnko by having a good kidney
flushing any tlmo. Adv.
Differ With Shakespeare.
Teacher What did Caesar exclaim
when Brutus stabbed blra?
Bright Boy Ouch I
HER! LOI AT
cross, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syrup
A laxatlvo today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
tako tho tlmo from play to empty their
bowols, which becomo clogged up with
wasto, liver gets sluggish; stomach
Look at the tonguo, mothcrl If coat
ed, or your child lo llstloss, cross, fev
erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat
heartily, full or cold or has soro throat
or any other children's ailment, give a
tcaspoonrul or "Calirornla Syrup of
Figs," thon don't worry, bccauBO it is
perrectly harmless, and In a row hours
all thla constipation poison, sour bile
and tormenting wasto will gently
movo out or tho bowols, and you have
a woll, playrul child again. A thor
ough "Inside cleansing" Is ofttlmca all
that 1b necessary. It should bo tho
first treatment glvon in any sickness.
Bowaro of counterfeit fig Byrups.
Ask at tho storo for a GO-cont bottle of
"Calirornla Syrup of Figs," which has
full directions for babies, children of
all agos and for grown-ups plainly
printod on tho bottlo. Adv.
Like Building a House.
"Could you plan a dollar dinner
"Oh, I havo froquontly planned
thoBo dollar dresses. When you coma
to mnko 'em, however, the allowance
REE FROM OAKQRUFF
1 usually runs away over that"
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