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and Julie Mack, daughter of a
railroad engineer, fearing acci
dents, volunteered to take his
"Well, there was a rear-end
collision just above Green's The
flagman's legs were brokert and
hecouldn't flag the flyer which
was soon due. He struggled to
Julie's office and toIU her. SJie4
grabbed the lantern, ran down
the irack, stopped the train all
t right, but stumbled right in front
of the engine, -andf was picked up
juucs wccuicdii way ruu-
nmg tne nyer tnat nignt, and tne
thought thai his engine had killed
her,-drove him insane.
"And the fellows say that
Juliets spirit, is with the operators
at Green's sidin' in time of trou-.
Die, ana ;nat u was sne tnat aic-,
tated the message I sent to Billy,
Davis that nighj-
"There's my story; believe it J
or knock it, just as you please
but It's my opinion tb.afc Julie
Mack saved 29 fronfgoing into'
Mill creek run." v
o o '
For a bet a youngs seedrhan- of l
Leed - j
Rashly swallowed a package -of
And now silly ass !
Heis covered with grass
And cannot sit down for the?
After that explosion on Tedd,i
Taft begins to Took like a white"
mart's hope. That sure was some
wallop. NoWshqw your teeth to
the ladies, Teddy!
NOT HIS PAD!
;,vl a- if
Grocer I -hear 'your father's
going ,west, Does he intend to,
Willie Nope; just -going ftr
have things charged same as rlere.
EVEN TERMS! 'i
Baker This penny isn'tgood.
HVgot a hole in it.
Boy So has this doughnut.