ttOMANCE NOT FOR
GIRL WITH GLASSES
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SkmUighted Maiden B
aaeanf Unhappy Fate.
V..'? *?? Bult pieces of glass, a gold
MAp? oi ? thin chain stand between
?? tM tlx greatest thing In u girl's
'Rbn vnfeappy fnte that enrolled
mm m '?wfcer of the "glg-lamp" brl
"A Short-Sighted Ulrp laments
A* Uc Washington Post. My glasses
tmtm mm look highbrow, sensible, prlpo,
?M? liHih. and even dowdy, whereas
? la*e K/e, laughter, absurd talk and
Js?y Hathee Imagine a bespectacled
flM ?? taffy clothe* I? and I yearn for
- of the romance that might
mine had I not been short
ahrays seem frightened of me.
)<?*? out/with anotlier girl and
it mm of her men friends they
eewpletely when tbey are ta
rt l? me. "Oh, Lord t" I can
aee IkW thinking.
, Ihqr Ask* my hand moat politely,
aab V i am well? a brutal question,
/ Hr Ibe wht ? and discuss the weattfer,
liil n. m the political outlook. AH
:Wm m IT I despised the glorious chat
Mr aboat lannls, dancing, film stars
rse, 1 cannot blame them.
Ir ao denying that, on a girl,
' j> 0m*tm nromantlc. Nothing could
aaniTishlng 4hi>n a shy glance
?mack ? doubte pebble 1 And who
VMli sympathize with' b gift's tears
11*7 were ? magnified threefold
?r ?a ?**) oi glass? If home expert.
naM bbb Were to kiss me suddenly
?? ??rtl p*>bnb)y knock my glasses
*B in tie si tempt, and my embryonic
mm* wvoM be shattered with my
A gjri may be as fragile as a hot
lm> f)ui, but so long as she fs
tiaye a" host of admir
als. TM a small 'and unimportant eye
MmWk. ?MH necessitates the wear
lag a# passes, destroys all my chance
man's ndmlratlon. ) .
' ' M Iwi* a 'writer I Would produce
w.yym ?irijV about u girl who wore
^mMsl I would make her wonder
MipPnpi'i i,i ilng and sweet. I would
wm/km tbe Cashing hero tall In love
?> jMt after a jrllnt of sun, re
% bet glasses had shone In .
- Bat who would want to
, ; j 1 long to |throw those
.'.'gJhaMaai mine on the floor! and Jump
em flam. But I know I must not If
. V 4M ] weald only have to buy Another |
New /f? Worse
In. Blank Is a /very nervous worn
mss^Mk ?o that at times she quite
, ?a Bunk's nerves. At first all
'* "* Wag she Imagined she could
aasbnfly moving 'about down
.. Kr?*?. time a window rattled
?r 4 J1ti> creaked she would wake
??'BaMfcia< and say:
there are burglars down
Deal you hear them? Oh,
we dor .
last Blank hlt?on-an txlen .
be thought wootd compose hla j
he said, "you can rest
,t these noises are not
Burglars work In nbsolute
Tea never hear a sound from
- <$Tv." V-'*V '? "* '?? '
mm Mrs. Blank goes Into a
and wakes her husband up
there* no noise. ? Pittsburgh
_ From Sugar Cane ,
TJiry are offering great claims >for
Wte arm artificial litfnber made of the
? waste Sber of suprf cane. Mills near.
Mi a (Means are already turning., out
?' kdi ?ITMoo feet of this lumber every
'/ Jk bawse built of this material. It Is |
sisauKd by the Lincoln Journal, will
: . 'It nd t> samroer. and warm In win
tat' largely sound-proof. The lum
kr ?aafi oat of the mill In boards
hit wide and of tndqf nlte length
<V' aUA'ni be (tit to meet any needs,
Oai **Ttn? much labor.
?ng as cane sugar Is consumed
?B be plenty of raw material
M* this lumber. If cornstalks
be employed in the same way, a
' does not seem impossible,
f need not be "concerned
peaatttle timber famine.
, .w*? Treasure Found
l?rd Byron, who a century ago was
iitoa baaaaa* guest of AMI Pasha, stern,
taller of Albania, frequent
?d the; splendor of his homo
?leh plunder he had accumu
Slnce A 1 1 1 Pasha's death
attempts have been made to
Us treasures but all have failed
reeeotly Greek archeologlsts,
about the grounds where
Ids palace and cnstle. un
a ralnnble. Interesting rem
ut them. Among the spoils fonnd
? bases of gold coins ? Egyptian
?? ?onwroua gold ornaments and
Ortental rugs, worth altogether
tbaa $100,000.000 ?Pathfinder
Acc ording to Rule
Tlcitor tin county Jail)? What ten
' ^ Mr rrimf has this man committed?
Varrira ? He didn't commit any
tda? at alt. He was going down the
' gau a fnr days ugo nnd saw one
mmm stoc.? another, and he Is held as
a material wttnew.
THlar ? Ami where Is the man who
eS tW mardcrT
. Vardrn ? Oh. he I* out on bail.
'^Baata ^arbsra News
Handsome 1 rophieg for Airplane Race Winners
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Liberty bonds worth $50,000, together with silver trophies, bronze meduls, plaques hntl other awards were made
to the pilots who finished first In the 12 events of the international air races at Wilbur Wright Held, Puytou,
Ohio, October 2, 3 and 4. Some of the trophies are shown above.
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MAY BE ON SAAR BOARD
Miss Sarah NVanibaugh, daughter of
Brof. Eugene Wnmbaugh of llarvnrd
university. Is being strongly urged for
an appointment on th* governing com
mission of the Sa'nr vnlley. Recom
mendations for her appointment have
reached the council of the League of
Nations. The vacancy was cftused by
the death of the Spanish niemher.
Miss Wambaugh Is a doctor of laws
and Is said to know more about pleb-,
Iscltes than any living person. ' She
lias written an important book on the
VENUSES TAKE NOTICE
SIIsk Mxrjjitretii Volinni?in, one or1 ?
the favorites of Stockholm. Is In lint'
for the world's most perfe.-t Venus
Recently she won first priju- In n con
test, unil afterward* expre*?fed the
desire to enter In an Int-.-rn-.tloniil
contest for the most perfect tlK'.ire.
Why Both Wcre-Thcre
Two men met nt :i cluh Said one :
"How ??< Jt you nren't nt homo !hfe
?venlns*." ' I
"My wife 1? 'in lind l.iiwnr," was the
eply. "Sho hail ?company arrive an?l
? he wasn't re...ly. How al?o:it your
Tlrr" ? " '
"i\ my wife'* mml, t.*>. >She c >t
??ndv for company and they didn'* ]
.'ome " ? New Haven Remitter. |
He Is Making Invisible Wire
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What Is probably riie tlpewt uire in existence has been made by George
Tnylor, u physicist In the Department jot Agriculture. The wire Is so stender
that It cannot be seen with the naked eye, yet Is strong enough to suspend
objects easily seen. It may be used Ip very fine surgical Instruments und may
prove of lnvuluable uid In many fields of yclence.
Science Uses Champion's Skeleton ?
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Here Is the skeleton of Sojtlile XIX. the world's champion butter-producing
cow. It lias been permanently lnatullcil 1tt the bureau of dairying "f the United
States Department of Agriculture.'- This cow, which yielded G.000 pounds of
liutterfHt In seven years, was recently slaughtered and her b'6Uy dedicated to
science. M. H. Fob r man of the bureau of dairying Irf shown usln^ a new
Instrument which gives the relation of the form of a cow to her ability to give
milk anil butter.
With the Spanish in Morocco
S|.: n -I. ..n th. :r r, IU>vt? ?f tll(1 i,.lirr^o;ls !hat has . j
be.- I ,i\ t.io r.'.>i>tu<iti? llirr tribesmen of Morocco.
MEMPHIS MAN GAINS
40 LBS. ON TANLAC
Jenkins Gives Medicine'
Credit for Recovery.
"Tunlae knocked out ray troubles
and gave me such a flue appetite and
digestion that I have put on 40 lbs.
of good, solid weight," declared W. A.
Jenkins, popular street railway con
ductor, 1007 Klrkland St., Memphis,
Tenn, ; ? ?
"For several years stomach trouble,
mularlat nervousness, dlzey spells and
sick headaches kept me all out of.
gear. I couldn't eat right, my sleep
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was all broken and It wa? all I could
do to keop oil the Job.
"Since talcing Tanlac I eat every
thing, Bleep ftood ur.? feel fine all the
time. I have found rranlac Is the v^ry '
thing for keeping my system touAil
up and in trim. Tanlac has Also rev
lleved my mother of stomach troubled, <?.
It's the best ever In the way or^Bf
Tunlac Is for sale by all good drug
gists. Accept no substitute. Over 40
million bottles sold.
Tanluc Vegetable Pills for constipa
tion ; made and recommended by the
manufacturers of Tanlac.
i^very upurt seezna to be followed
by un uplift in the tuxes.
Wiyslca! culture Is rather imper
ative on the farm.
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SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST!
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" bn tablets you are
?not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe- - ' '
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for A
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Accept only 'iB.ayer" package which contains proven diredioii* . . s
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablita ? AIbo bottles of 24 and lOO^-Druggiata.
Aspirin Hi tho trad? raurk of Bay** Manufacture of lfoaoac*tlcacid?flter of fe*lkyl)e*s}4
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Annette ? llulpli told me laat night
that 'he's n* woman titter.
Nanette? Is he bfroke again?? Judge .
? V . Y*i, Oncm ' r , >
Irate Employer? Late again; hav?
you ever done anything -on time? i
Clerk ? I brought a car.? Judge*
tVCRV INCRCD1ENT OFFICIALLY APPROVCO CI* U S fOOO AUTHOR
C/l spooilfllj of
Davis ^oes as far
as a spoonful of
any other highliade
ami costs much less
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V" Bake it
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Y\.' ' - -V *. .. * .
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amis and Children all ages of s '?!
Colic and Diarrhea; allaying ? ^ *
Feverishness arising" therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach '?
and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Fo?d; giving natural sleeps ,
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of
Absolutely Harmless - No Opiates. Physicians everywhere recommend It, v .