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ME OMAHA UEE: THl'RSDAY. SKI'TKMRE!. 7. Wi'2.
Army Couple to
Be Much reted '
A K'f4t immUr if social a'i'r
Isve Trrti UntT't in honor id (apt.
ami Mr A. I. I rtni'ii of I'luta
ir!.hu, vtlto tt!l rnse rsaiuMay to
the itirt i( Mr, ami Mi), 1 M.
t a,ti4.l and Mf, I t n hr
reitirni'irrnl hy nuiiy (hiuhrin, i
t ! y inj'lf llmr home in the ty (ir
tune t.ilurr the vtr. Fr l'ir (
tvtn )r4f I'iry have firm Hjtinncd
in .I'mi.Hita, anil Ut tsiritrr Mr, and
Mr. Ik.iii. fi'iiiiuiii4 by XI r.
nl Mr. K. A. I'rgju, trre their
i it or therr.
On Saturday Mr. ami Mr. L. M
l'ru.iil will riitrrUill 'R it'"
i.iniirr at the Field rluli lor fhrir
Kiirstj, and Mon.ljy Mr, and Mi
I.. A. I'f'KaU still tolliilillirnt ilinn
Mr. and Mil II. M. (ioulilniK vk ill
lr hint and hnttrtt hi tlir hniior
41 dinner Ml Ulifirrt TuisiUy, ami
Vriltir(jy Jhry will ilinr a KUi't
i'l Mr. mnl Mrs Claude I'mi, On
I liurtilay Mr. I.rni'in will be honor
Hi'rtl at a luiiilicnii l.rnlijc kivrn by
Mr. I'.. II, ItrurniiiK al the llo(ie
.S4t11nl.1v rvriiiii Mr. and Mil.
I 4rl K. It nek will uivc a dinner, and
hntiiUy Mr. and Mr. Kail Lows
Mill riiniijiii at I m ilinr home,
iii'l Mollify Mr. Hl.itit lir ('atrrton
V ill lr lio-lrst at a pH'luc lor the
t isltur J.
For Mm Nightingale.
Mf. and Mr. JimiIi Wi'lrl rn
trrl.iinrd Sj( lit iIj v rvifniitf in donor
of their lucre, Mi" llrlrll N i lit in
gaic, Those prem-nt were:
Mr. and Mr. Harry Jonr. Mr.
France Nightingale; Missis lorrtta
iriintn, Marie iriniiii, Vera
son I.avina Mnitrr, Mada
hue Oliion. Fliabrth I'ligsrly,
I'r.inics .Shannon, Agnes NikIiI-liigali-,
(-'annic Uarant, l.onrta Web
rr, Irene Nightingale, Ilihn NiKt'lin-
V tl-. Mary Mies; Mrnti. John
llarlnrtt. Frank Krargir, Hoy Ircd
Jimd, Kilph llilHinui-r, Jatm
Manelli, John PninalK h, CliKord
JrnMti. Georse Stropf, Dian Kim-
James Da-ansky, Jotn'!! Mcil.
On Way to Olilo.
Mr. and Mm. Crnrfje Mickrl c;i
trrtainrd at dintirr Turnlay at Hap
py Hollow in honor nf Jran I'owiUj
KttiK " 1 at-0111.1, wasn., vmo i-
the guest of Mr. and Mra. A. L.
Miiki-I of f'outu-il l!lnff, rnrotite to
Oxford, (.. where he will cnti-r
Thotie present were the Mcer.
?nd Mendamrs C. F. Cox, A. L.
Mitkcl; Mr. C. W. KiiiR, t!tc Misses
Dorothy I'avne, Anna t. lydc I'orttr,
(iladyi Mkkcl, and Mesr. (raw
ford Follmrr, Verne Vance and
George Mirket, jr.
Mr. and Ma Joeph J. Marka
announce the marriaKe of thri'
daughter, Gertrude, to Dave N.
Mendclson of Council Kluffs, which
will take place Sunday, September
10. The young couple will make
their home in Omaha.
Mrs. C. R. Moscr will entertain at
luncheon Thursday at Happy Hol
low, when her guests will be the
Mesdamc Charles R. Sherman,
Charles McDonald, S. S. Montgom
ery, Henjamin Baker, Oscar Engler,
V. W. Fast and Alfred Peterson.
Mr and Mr. !(. C. Woo.lUnd
And Mr. and Mr. I'. A. Woodland
hit returned Iroin Wall Uakr, la.
Mr. and Mr. Kutcoc Alraandci
have Kune 10 Lincoln over the week
end to he with Mi. Alraandcr't par-
intt, Mr. and Mi. Joint &rt.
Mr lUrry W. Huhh and dangh
'r, M4tg4frt, fturnrd Monday
from tin ruienilrd tml o Terre
lUtite, IihIiji. polit and the Indiana
lUrohl Mo.rr lrafi Fepteinber
M to entrr hi sophomor year at
Coinrll university. Mr, Murr i a
mrtnher ul the Dtlta Kappa I mloii
Jiidxe and Mn. Irvinif Uaater,
Mrs. Charh Johannra and nMer,
Mini Mary i nch, relumed Sunday
Hum a motor tup to Lake Mimic
Ihe Mixe llrriha Mae and Mar-
ttu Ki liradtord have )ut returned
l.-oiit I'ortia Matitficlda ounimor
ilini mg ramp at Mr4inl)oat hpringl
in the K01 kiri.
Mrs. Clurle Olfutt, Mr. Victor
fald. II and Mrs. W, K. McKcen
h-ft l:te I'ark VVrdnttday to drive
back to Omaha. They expect lo
rraih heic Saturday.
Mrs. Ilatvey ti. JaiUuii of llrdly.
wood, Cat . hat arrived to spend six
week a the gutti of her brother,
Wilson Atkmi. She was accom
panied ly her nieces, Jane and Ixiis
Mrs. Warren Rogers and her
daughter, Miss Mildred Koger. wlio
were at Ogunqilit, Me., for July and
August, will vinit Mrs. Clrment
Chae. former Otnahan, at her farm
near Kingston on thrir way west.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I.inderholin
will leave early in Octohrr lor a
ini nth'a viiit in New Orlean and
oth'-r n-iithcrn points. Mis Fran
ces l.indrrholni leaves October 1
for National 1'arlr seminary, Wah
itiKtoti, I). C.
Mr. F. R. lohnson and Mis
Jeatictte Johnson have just returned
from an eastern summer. They
were in Cleveland for a time, and
later Mrs. Johnoti went to Ogmi
(iiit. Me., while Mios Johnson visited
friends in New Jersey.
Miss (Catherine Allen has returned
from Camp Ale ha Hive in South
Fairlce. Vt., where she spent the sum
mer. Miss Allen was one of 10 girls
to receive the nature craft honor, and
the only new girl of the entire camp
who was made an honor girl.
Mrs. George Sumner and children
returned last week from a summer
at Three Lakes, Wis., where they
shared a cottage with Mra. Sum
ner's parents, Mr. and Mri. J. B.
Rerry, who will not return to Omaha
until later in the month. Miss Ruth
Sumner plans to go east the end of
September to enter Walnut Hill
school at Natick. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kclley and
son, Jack Colt, have returned from
Colorado Springs, where they visit
ed Mrs. Kelley's mother, Mrs. Sam
uel Colt. Mr. Kellcy served af best
man at the wedding of Mrs, Kel
ley's brother, F.dward Colt, and Miss
Hazel Orr, which took place August
31 at the home of the bride'a parents
in Colorado Springs.
,L EPY TIME TALES
FURTHER TALES OF
fefVlBYAARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
t li.M'IF.K VIII.
Jimmy Rabbit and Hit Hind Feet,
"Hi, thereLong F.arsl" Fiilfy
Wood. h. k railed li Jimmy Kali
hit, dow n near Farmer Green's
"What du you wanl-Miort Far?"
Jtitimy reiorlnl a he hopped up on
top of the knoll where liilly was sit
tinif. "I want you do me a uvor," said
(Silly Woodihiuk. "I want you to
tav here and stand git.ud for my
father and l iicle Jerry t hink and
Problems That Perplex
rcrliiipM llfi Wasn't Scrloua.
Pear Mia Fnlrfax: I am coming
to you for aome help, and It will
mean much to me.
I hnve been solng with a young
man aeve-rul years my senior since
lust winter and w were very dear
friends, envying many good times
together. This aummer I waa gone
uwsy for two months to school and
I received a nice letter from him
eneh week, always Haying thftt he
wished I were home to nhare hl
lonely Sundays. The evening I ar
rived hum I attended a dance at
his home with a Klrl and boy
friend of mine. This young man
wemcrt very glad 1 had com and
showed me a nlre time.
He said If nothintc happened he
was romimr to spend Rnmlny with
me, but didn't come, nor make any
excuses, tin I saw him twlee "Ince
that and b only spoke and limited
and walked on.
I have not the sllnhtest Idea a to
the cause of hist attitude, ns he made
no exeiiBe why he doesn't come.
He. eame every Sunday nnd one
we.-k nluht before 1 left.
Mv fi-nds wonder and ask nhout
It and I wovrv all the tltim for fenr
he has h-rd 'm untru thlrm
ahout me of which I know nothing
Would It bo all rlnht for ma to
write and ask him to write to me
and explain or come and s'e me.
and explain, or shall I wait till I
nee him and then akk him person
ally? t want to ili what l right o h
won't think any lea of me. but I
isn't go on this way without know
ing what I have dona.
My cunsvh-neo In perfectly clear aa
far as an thing I kmw about.
Should I k fv' biin lo r-turn
mv Irttrra I wrl him white I
was gone, f-r Vait for Mm to "d
hall I .-ml his Utters b- k when
t iue him. r wait t t hrr
Tn.ni him? ( hava fcn t' !'
Mm ry mm h ami hi ' ot van
hi tp me. Mtnv thank
ASMi'l'li To I'rt ItlrJHT.
I il l in.t wine to him r t.th-r
K...ii irlnnune his letters I' M
hnr i wait wi til a b1"
,iiii inn if sou ws.nl to bitna t'
l i, tint are runnin a
ia ii. k. It -. in i.i tiie, If th
,.! i t thina shout " I
hU h. ,n.!, r".a mtM I
1. II ixil If 1 ne t I'-l
I m aft 4 I t bn i'lv b t'
ii I in iht . . thi I nll'
Iff ti4 i tit, i'l liiM
ll dv f -t k.Mi. It r
V f e in Uitiu mi T' siftesi
th -r 14 wit t!i4l hns '"'
Ht At t'r 4 I i.-i IM4B. I
JV tll I .l-fl'"' I,lli-Ul4'll
I ! . 1 ! "
. h U 1 1 Ii :i t'A t
vn. l a. a a
to no with boya, and should wa let
them kiaa us?
I'EGQY AND BETTY.
The popular length for aklrta this
fall Is anywhere from seven to nine
Inches from the floor. HIkH heela,
not too high, are suitable for even
ing; wear, but low heels are much
better for street or for school.
Whether you are old enough to bo
out with boya depends on your com
mon sense and behavior. From ycur
last question I would be Inclined to
doubt It. You know kissing la poor
A tonoly Widow: Just because he
la a year youniter than you need
make no difference, provided you
really care about him and he Is
in position to support a wlfo. and la
willlm? to assume the burden of your
two children. If the kind of talk
which you describe Is bnlna; circu
lated you will have to be very care
ful In your actions. Be sure that
you do not (five them Just grounds
for criticism. If the man la very
much of .a man I do nut nee how
people dare to say sm.-h thlna-a to
That Kri, auhkiii li" In tha pr
irn, about th thouliltr bladv. In tk sP
tr (h . le il f"'" r la
tha ih'h and l ''a Kawrtus ant
II k aavar ff Ul klwh
wilK lrlln that toaiatkles I Mki
vt sulllna at ka fb4il-a dull. utiM
laui m tka kafk, aneminuiit k
fial akoolms ia m ts numk-h-.t
or tirifl H- m Ka lln t ' lllk''
of Mi,a kra f4 lk.r. Iha kv-a '
Ikai yur Wuul.n i .S.m,
Sa matin tt ftr m i twal,
u -! k""el " ' ilSowt laW-M
kr,4iti. kti,tf ika 4.,. laa
a lav 1 Ttlla la k" (, M4-
1 14 lliWlWll 14I.'I M w'4
krm .. It ta ilk 4 Ml
a. tf !! .
t.w' ll. af !. 01 tl
at Ittail 1 ! fw kkaraa A
miVi4ii. a ii it1 '
I . I l . ( l.l.l., 14 4ll ,
S-i ka to, j
Thafs no wag to 0iv aa alsjm,"
Billy toli blot aeornfuiiu,
six of their friends. They left me
here to watch for old dog Spot, while
they went into the clover field for
hammer. 1 hey vc hern there so
loiiKthal I 'in tired of waiting for
them to come back. Will you help
"yes!" Jimmy Rabbit promised.
Rul don't you forget to come back!"
"I only want lo g-t a few biles of
clover.' I'.illy told him. "If Spot comes
sfioopitiK around, give the alarm be
fore you run."
"I will." Jimmy agreed. I'll warn
your father and his friends. And
I'll certainly run," he added with a
So Hilly Woodchuck waddled
away. He circled around to the far
ther side of the clover patch, because
Omahans Spend Vacation
Taking River Cruise
Mark Leving and Gilbert On
tlall left last Saturday for Galena,
Mo., where they have made arrange
ments to charter a flat-bottomed boat
for a trip down the Charles river,
which winds about through tli
Ozark. Roth men are interested in
Roy Scout work and are lovers of
the outdoors. They plan to fish,
sketch and take bird pictures on
their 10-day trip. Mr, Gcndall, who
is Roy Scout executive for the city
of Omaha, will go to Ashvillc, N.
C for a National Roy Scout con
ference and will not be back until the
end of this month.
A son, Thomas, wait born to Mr.
and Mrs, A. Weisbacker September
5 at Stewart hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L, Somnicrs
announce the birth of a daughter,
September 5, at Stewart hospital.
Mias Keliher Honored.
Dr, and Mrs. G. Alexander Young
'ntertained at dinner at Happy Hol
low I ucsday evening in honor of
Miss Irene Keliher, who leaves Sat
urday to enter St, Mary of the Woods
school at Xerre Haute, Ind. Miss
Keliher will be accompanied on the
trip by her aunt, Mrs. VV. M. Jef-
fcrs. Covers were placed tor 11
Mrs. James Hunsacker was hostess
at five tables of bridge Wednesday
honoring Miss Dorothy Hippie, a
I nc ii ui u i tare to nave any ii me
lianipiiter ee him and know that
in- had U It hi pot.
He found the clover-lops very
kwiri and juicy. He ate three doen
ui ihrril before he remembered that
he had told Jimmy he wouldn't be
gone long. "1 11 rat a doren more
nut how, before I go back." he le-
tiihd. So he began lo count rare
fully, lint when he reached II, he
"I'll lave to brgiu over," he mut
terrd. And picking anoihrr red
i lover bloom, he crird. "One I"
That same thing happened again
and again, lie was counting "One!
for thr liiih time when he heard i
scurrying and looked tip, His father
and I 'tide Jerry Chuck were coming
his way. pell inell. I hey were al
most upon him before he could
"Hire's ihe rascal!" t'ncle lerry
panied. "If he was my son I'd know
what to do with him, later."
Hilly s father said nothing. He
looked pale and frightened. Hilly
hiiUM-lf couldn't help laughing as the
two fat gentlemen bobbed over a
hummock, nut of sight.
"Jimmy Kahhitt hasn't given ihe
alarm," hr thought. "1 wonder
where they re running.
He soon knew. For a sharp bark
sounded. And it was dangerously
"Old dog Spot!" Rilly gasped, And
oil he scooted, following in the foot
steps of his father and I'ncle Jerry,
They all reached their holes ahead
of Spot, just as they always had.
Mr, Wooiichuck was loo w'eary to
talk when If ill v came rushing into
their honir. Rut l.itrr he made Rilly
understand that he was very much
displeased with mm.
"Vou h ft that tricky young Rabbit
on guard!" he exclaimed. "I don't
doubt that he sicked old Spot on u.
It s a wonder that we escaped. If
Spot hadn t stopped to catch my
cousin William you were named
after him! he would certainly have
nabbed me. Luckily William had
eaten so much clover that he couldn't
run fast. He was good for nothing"
"What's that you're saying "
wheezed an angry voice. Looking
up, Mr. Woodchuck almost toppled
over backward. For the speaker was
no other than his cousin William.
"Welcome I Welcome!" cried Mr.
Woodchuck. "I was just remarking,
William, that you were good for noth
ing after old dog Spot caught yon.
Rut I see I was mistaken. You did
get away, after all."
Cousin William looked a little less
"Spot turned to chase a Rabbit,"
"Ah! I hope he caught him," said
Mr. Woodchuck heartily.
Rut Jimmv Rabbit escaped. That
very day Rillv Woodchuck met him
near the woods.
"Why didn't you give the alarm?"
Rilly asked him angrily. "Old dog
Spot almost caught all the banqueters
and nie, too."
"I did give the !arm," Jimmy de
clared stoutly. "As soon as I knew
Spot was coming I stamped as hard
as I- could with my hind feet."
"That's no way to give an alarm,''
Rilly told him scornfully. "You
ought to whistle. Otherwise nobody
knows that you're trying to warn
"Rut I don't know how to whistle."
"My goodness I Why didn't you
say so in the first place?"
"I gave the Rabbits' warning,"
"Well, it's a very poor one," said
"Who was the fat banrjueter that
look's like you?" Jimmy Rabbit in
quired. "My father's cousin William but
he doesn't look like me," snapped
"You're as much alike as two
whistles two fat w-Tiistles," Jimmy
Rabbit replied with a grin. And he
went off chuckling.
A4alt (JarrUua Kaa fkaaa l
"Revelations of a Wife"
W,r M m ni V
tint, is i I'm- ii a t
I . t
ttM a' a J
Thii Lf avei tKe Arm
Fr from lUSry Growth.
i4i SiMa, aaj.(Httt4 wa
A ,( p!v mt'h.i.t h'f i n I'irlctv r-lilo.n-rf
' tin t'f i IKSS
hrl I ( N II M '
f l.'' tttot'ti 1
t .n in.!.' -en l viU !
ktin, ii a ''. k ! " '
f. -i, !iV 4n I ttr. . i i
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1 i HH. IK .H.:0
airtt fit lk a, t t tn I
si Mi ottitttUt, ttfUii JO
,.il t' ."
I a t in
Before Baby Comes
THERE am thoutti!a t aipactaat mothera ha umtarta
muca nsalaaa auffuring for moalha bator aa wall v al Ua
roicanl & deliver eccura, Ibm moutti ot auffsnnj. wila
rta and vital orgsna kana4 lav taalr affat apo tka
child. An amiaaal physician found ttta way ta stop muck of this
ansM-aaaary ulferiiir-tk aaa r which tkiHtaaiida ol
pioUtr ka a sal (of laraa (aaeratioaa.
Wk'W t )4h, Sl,ilr-a-i. UI, mmi mt kUa W
aaa I a aa 4'afw4 Ht aaa k 4 l-a I U4 kM-a , 4 uh
Ma atta ku.a Hl IHUM I t-UJ t -. I t M -
a tk kail la Ixl, I ki m I aa aWa. t aa aM
Mia aa Wiwa al M tht I ,-4, J a aa a, kattaa, I Swt tkal I
mm a I aaa f k( k kt.iaat I iaa4
rfkw' Tr k) tU aaWaaSa ka tka tU, ka-k ! k a H
aiitM aaaf, aaiiM taa awia H4iih a a4M,a al
a MiinaK -. kawa 4 kaanoila, a-4 ut4 aMia ai m4jaMa
4'... ( a4 at tk. l.-i tta aa laa 4 a4t ataSSat I
taa 'ataat tiuaaV aaa-tka huh kM kw
a a itaa 4 , 4 ka aaS a wa ' tana, l ai a
I, VtHataa, aNataalMt, fa, aar I "Wltk t " taa akiUaaa I
a laa taa aau-a I aa tt- . iw4 a-4 k4 aa a a a , a aat aa
aaa a a a Imi, k a at I a aaa awa a 'a f aa, taa a staaa
"VMttaa fttaaaT aataia aa mata aa kaaM liaaa. I k) ta.
kkai aaaa-aw-aj -M.a Saa4' Saa a'-4 aaaaaa a-ant a4 a
ataa . l aa - ial M fail a4 .,-a f-aa,
-tka Imal a.-4aa. H - at H a.aa
rati IkM.ltt Mttf SltBO
Saa aala a a ta-a 4a ta aW. ka faa K44
aa a-aa a-aa. a aa aaa ta a anal - a taa awaial
k-a aaa ia a4 at ra- tia a a4-4 iiaa I
4 aa, aaa aaa, tea. aat 'aka fataaf Aaaa aaa
The Question Madge Esprsd and
Then Asked LUlian.
I'oitonl That word so dtraded
formed ilteli tin my hp at Smih's
taunt. Hut 1 never uttered it, lor I. it
luii spoke lo me sharply, stmiihrnng
the uiterance, a 1 liiuik she meant
"Help me U"e Katie," ahc said
pereuiptonly. "Nhc isn't seriously
liuit, but she inii.t get lo bed. No,
don't try to speak, Katie," a the
girl made a choking sound, thin put
her hand up to lur bruised lliro.il
upon which tlit- lniit.il finger-prints
of ."timlh vtrre strongly visible.
"Nod your head, no im miistii t
do that wink your ryes laid ii you
Kane's rvrljshe moved vigorous
ly, and she n spumd d a'roiigly to the
cla; of our hainl esiciiilcil to hei
"Help me upstairs with her," Lil
lian said tiracticallv, "and thin I'll
help you with that hospital bed your
father want made. We'll save time
that way. And we ll discus what we
have to do then.'
I look her hint, for I realized that
in Katie's nervous state she wished
no mention before her of Ihe terrible
thing which had befallen Young Tom
C.hrer which in her daed condi
tion she had nol yet comprehended.
In silence we helped my little maul
upstairs, got her into bed and pre
pared a cold compress for Iter bruis
"There Kalie, that's all we can do
for you until the doctor comes,
Lillian said cheerily. "And we'll be
right back. How about it?" as Katie's
eves gleamed a terrified entreaty.
"Would you feel safer -if we locked
Ihe door on the outside and look the
key with tin?"
"Don't Try to Sing."
Katie winked her ryrlaslie vigor
ously again, and when they lilted
there was distinct relief in the eyes
"I thought so." Lillian said indul
gently, "so we'll do it. Rut just re
member that Smith is tied up so tight
he can, possibly get loose, and
there's a man standing over him with
Into my lilt'e maid's eyes came a
look of unbelief, and she spread her
hands in a gamin-like gesture of
doubt. To Katie's mind it was patent
that miles of cords, doens of guard
would not suffice (o bind the man
who had so nearly killed her.
"We'll be right back, dear," 1 as
sured her in my turn, then I stopped
and kissed her forehead.
My heart was very tender toward
my little maid who had played her
funny yet dangerous role so bravely.
I hoped she would never guess that
the fiasco ending in Tom Chester's
injury had been caused by .her in
nocent revelation lo Smith of Ihe fact
that the children had been locked in
with Mother Graham.
She caught my hand convulsively
and raised it to her lips with her
familiar dramatic gesture, and then
Lillian drew me abruptly away.
'Don t try to sing a solo, Katie,
lie adtiard with a itt!e tuiite. c. I
4' thr birgiliitilig ill dim Unl
Kltir hp we went out.
A Tremulous Question,
'1 ai dun my aluupuie, Udke,
Lillian tali) in lo voice a he
linked the door on the siiide, ac
rorduia In hrr promise to Katir, "but
it would be ihe wnrt thing 111 I lie
win Id lor hrr til gel III 11 ting with
that poor choked throat ol hrr, 1,11 J
itou know how emotional thr i A
hit tin ire kindness Iront you, and shr'd
bait I like a baby."
"Oh!" I r United, i lisgiiiird at my
own Ijik i'l loirihouglii. "How tan
1 thank yon (or llak'aV'g me. and"
I paused, ami l.ilnati luu.litd my
sentence a bit impatiently :
"Sending Kane dovtn another
wilrh?" the said. " ('hat's ea.v.
(ust imilr ine tome hrri and xd
owcatrs ptni.lit. ami I'll tall all tlt-
Mie nude an impudent little face tt
me a she uprnrd ihe door of my
lather's room, and I comprehended
that she wa purposely rovriing Ihe
horor of Ihe nigbl Willi a )rt.
I brought I lie limui lor which h
had askrd, found thai she had
tripped my father' bid in my ah-
triii e, ami then ' mi tint aula- and
mi ihe oilier, wt u.ade ujt 4 hospiul-
t l.r.l. t ltarrd i I4I le ol book and 4
jpers. ii.veird it with white oilcloth,
lopped 'bal wuh tuarae hut snotty
white tl.Mli, iheap enough 10 he
thrown atsay it sunn-4 with drugs,
411 J put uixin it the basins, glart
and spoon which etperienrf t"ld as
Dr, I'rtlil tu!d call lor when he r
rivd. Then, only, when all wst in readi
nets, did I venture to ak the ques
tion whnh had bern lienibbng main
my bp ever smcr my father had
swept loin 1 heater from the library,
,ainl Smith had sounded In rsucout
taunt Iroin the rmpr where he Uy
hoiind and hrlplcn:
"Lillian." 1 aai.t tremulously, "did
Smith mean thai ihrre was poitoit
main that knl(r.,',
Nat Arrivals Daily at
War, ya flaak aV
Chmrftr, aa mm'
ta a'aaa lae a da
Jii'a I a ISa 4p
taltaajt mt Iki k.
aa4 ml a.f Cava
lak ai' hml Imt
a v Itimthl ftthim ksem
fat Sa taait imr ata Et 4
aMaa aat .af 'a I a
) aa aaiaSa, bm1
tA m ii iTk
Health and haDDiness
in evefyfspoonfuI of
For tomorrow'i breakfast treit the family
to Kellogg'i Corn Flakes and freta fruit! See
that there is a big pitcher of cold milk ready I
And, urge each big and little family member to
eat plenty, for Kellogg'i are the perfect warm
Xellogg'a Corn Flaket are not only delicious
In crispness and flavor, but they're wonderfully
nourishing and refreshing. They give stomachs
a chance to rest in warm weather because they
digest so easily. Eat Kellogg's regularly and get
away from so much heavy foods
and see how much better every
one in the house feels!
Insist upon Kellogg's Corn
Flakes in the RED and GREEN
package that bears the signature
of W. K. Kellogg, originator of
Corn Flakes! None are genuine
Aba Balers ef KELLOCG'S KRUMBLES aaa KELLOGG'S BRAN, ceoksj aaa Ir-a.la!
Now is the time to buy
Have you arranged for your supply? Better
do it now. Call up your Grocer r your Fruit
Dealer arnl order a bush! oi a crate today.
They are plentiful now and in Prime Con
dition for IVescrving, Canning and Pickling.
It's cheaper to put up fruit in jour own
home than to buy it in tin cart, and the
rceults are much more utufax-tory. There's
no "tinny taste" and Vc Know ft'kal Con
A Simpla, Eaty Wsy aa
"Can Your Own"
ti tav fW
ft! -) aaat, Mk WW f ftm
ajw t hM -ajffj taMtt m4 hne) M
a. tmk Mtft tcattl )w. Cafs 4Msal
sjfcsMf P tsifps. PM mm mm m ma,
iswitm eyrkf. tJfmt raji as4 ta
mi tmk m Wima . AUIm mm
WaT I atfvfVSV tXsaksja 0m Iajla4ial
b my-,; ?a
S3 Nebraska Fruit Dealer's Association
IMS VALVt til VI NO 5T0BS
Valu trivlnir mt only
means Ktlling you u
Ifiven article at a !'M
price thun i cuHtnniiirily
aakrd for the wimc ar
tich by dlht'ra, but it
uhto mcariH that 'u will
be thoroughly tif il
with your jiurthnw uml
the ittort; M-llinkT this
artlt lt? t ft nclitikf back of
th qunlity rei'rtwnU'il
in the article. Our unk'n
peoiilc are ho truint'tl
thnt tht-ir every effort is
toward kt'epinjr tlown ex
petrne in order to mnke
it piMriible for this lore
to make every nale a
We (h'e here only u
limited number of the
many vnlue-jrivinc; items
to Ii "H .
Walnut flJOQ 7C
Presai-ra Ptaa7 I O
Mnhoir. Wind- tt f A QC
nor Rockers.... vl0 3
(talvanizcil 1'ails ...... I Jl
(Jcpendalile lirooms .,..UtJ
Serviceable Wash Hoards
at j : r,r,r
Floor Mojmi and 0il....J5
Aluminum Double Cookers,
Clothes Hsskits J),",
Clothea Hampera . . . . Jj5 1
Hardwood Blackinfr Stands,
Aluminum Tea Kettles,
Our selection of room-size
rugs in all the different
grades was never better.
Value-giving prices have been
placed upon many new rus
that have been sampled this
Seaml.sa 9x12 ttlQ QC
Brussels Rugs, K iJmJxJ
Walnut Finish Jlropleuf Tea
tiolden tak eOf 1P"
tmi.Kn ti k tj 1 O rf r
P I II if T'- a , O 1 V I O
a lat C,
Ha.4 St, P.t IJik t.4
f k't t i I Ala tM ia , 4''v
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