•it \ i iu„Lv.>r
«y EJto* FRECKLES
l_Iu 8 *** momenta \hcre were at least a dozen blocks towering up
fatb the air. Jack thought he would get the pile twice that high
when, all of a sudden] a wee little baby doll rushed up and gave the
■tack a push. There was a loud rattle ai> the blocks crashed down
find all the dolls laughed.
thought that it was foolish to build the blocks up only to have
ettbfn knocked own, but when the policeman doll explained that that
was the only real fun the babies had with the blocks, he again
started a tall tower. This time he made it like a castle and tha dolls
let it alone.
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■■ • . > . . • • »
A Little D isap^ointment
Sam Changes His Mind
THE OLD HOME TOWN
, ! When the last block was placed in position the dolls started clap-
! ping their hands. Then there came a sharp bark from nearby. Turn
ing 'around Jack saw Flip chasing a toy poodle dof. They wete
headed right toward the block house. In an instant the blocks were
bnce more toppled over. (Cotnniued.)
IAd ventures ,
MR. STAMPS TELEPHONES
OUT OUR WAV
-■ MA KSSYICS
AUNT SARAH PEABODY, LEADER OP THE SOCIETY FO© SUPPRESSION
0,r PJPBSMOKINQ; IS EXTEND/NCy HER. WORK AND, HERE AFTER. WIUi_
^INCLUDE ALU KINDS OF PROMISCUOUS SMOKINQ. „ ^
THE 'Tr AMP
iwi _ JI
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
A Poor Demonstrator
BY ALLMAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE
“Yea, this la Nick,” said .the little bey.
•(By. OLIVE ROBERTS BATTONi
: One day the telephone rang in
the!little hickory .tree postoffice
Where Nancy and Nick were work'
Kalins—a—ilna " It weui ana
tamps answered it.
he said sharply, for he
waa busy and he didn't like to be
Mttiered. Besides he was pretty
aurp that it was for 8trldealong
Longgtride who waa always getting
"Hello Hello Hello ” he shout,
ed again more sharply than ever
and rattling the receiver up and
down as though he would like, to
•math the whole business.
•4SM, operator!” he yelled. ”8ome
on* Called us. *nte bell rang and
rand as thouah wa were all deaf
salt—What, that? Long distance!
Ob, for goodness sake, tell them
taltnirry up then! I haven't got
an day to wait. Hello! Hello!
It? Whof I said. 'Who It
10 wants Hickory (IT? Yes
Hickory (IT. Yes! Yea!
goodness sake, hurry up!
are you? Yes, Ibis is Stamps.
I said 'Ittampa.' stlckum a.
Talk a little louder!
Talk loueer! Louder! Who
ly Nancy and Nick saw
ipa put Us band to Us
and fall oown In a faint.
'a lard bad news!” cried
springing up while Nick
e Nine Room House
Milledge- Avenue for
t. Possession at once.
grabbed the telephone receiver to
get the message.
Mr. Btampa opened one eye, then
tbo other and alowly sat up.
“No. not bad nawa,” he whisper,
ed. "B—but it’s the Fairy Queen
and I was aaasy. I—I'll lose my
Job. Honestly I didn't know It waa
her—the—or I wouldn't have been
so—you talk to her, Nick.”
Nancy and Mr. Btampa listened.
■Yet. tUa is Nick.' said the lit
tle boy. 'Yes, Your Highness.
I'll tc II Mr. Stamps you couldn't
hear him. He'll be sorry. I know.
No. not as busy as last weak. Mr.
Rtrldealong Longstrlde la back
and there Isn't much for Nancy
and me to do now. I beg your par
don. What place did you My? Mix-
Up Land! You want us to go an-l
help! All right, we'll come to your
place for orders rtgn: away. Good'
“It's ail right, Mr. Stamps,” ho
said. ''Don't you worry! But sgyi
Naijcy and I will have to be leav
ing you soon.”
(To Be Continued)
GO TO ENGLAND
NEW YORK—Jess Swcetier, na
tional amateur golf champion, and
Francis Oulmet, former national
and open champion, will be mem
bers of the American team that
will go to England tbit Spring to
defend the Walker cup, the New
York Timea today aaya It learns on
Ijo, l 'CA*JT Ifck'E
OFF MV WRAPS* i MUST
be eouJcj. ohcav.tmd
Mas a mew setcf dishes*
SUE CERTAiMLV heeded
THEM* AMD HE STILL
the BurifcMER Tells he
SUE OUL.V BUtfB LIVER,
AMD ALVJAVS SAVstfTS
fortUe orr-l FotWD
our. site Gcrr-nur
HOW DOES MRS.
WITH HIS PEOPLE ?
I HEAR TflEV
OULV SEUTHER All
iRoUlklQ PAD FOR
child, i feel for
O'* I REMEMBER
TIME 1 HAD
A CIRCUS A UWG
-time ago DOlUG
OUE OF THOSE SltWM
DAW HaUgiMG act's.
SHE caH Tell Vou
i vJUAT MoaU smb ib
\ TH'MULES GOIkljS
RS. GARUE^TUE NEIGHBORHOOD L1BRAR.V
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