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Yes, life without Anne was utter
ly out of the question.
He wondered miserably if she
would ""make "up' Well, poor
unfortunate man could only fail
in -such a venture. He hastened
into the hall in search, of Anne.
"I won't do it, Anne!" gath
ering the fascinating, bunch of
misery into his strong arms.
"Really, really, "Bob!" '
- "Really, Anne!'-' -
"Then you'can and must. I
onry wanted to be sure, dearest,
that you wouJcL give it up for my
WhichJast sentence only made
Bob Warren ponder all the more
deeply upon the inconsistency of
woman in general and one in par
ticular. However, fie didn't argue
the matter," but kissed Anne -in-,5eacL
' ' '
HE FAILS TO SHOJW UP
' "SHE "WtNS LOVE JSttltf.
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Miss Florence "Wxmert."
Wapakoneta, O., June 1.
Miss Florence Weimjert, 18ofi
Wapakoneta lias been (awarded a
default judgrhent for $2,000 in ijer;
breach ot promise swx, agamst;
Elmer GReiff, 30, a sdock buyeri
Reiff did not appearto conjesf
the suit. According to Miss Wei-t
mert's petition he also failetj. to
appeal; on wo different dafes
which hadibeen set for their we
ding, v '
Coffee Cushions. tv
Save the coffee grounds.- itfnse
them an'd'use them' to stuff pin;
cushions. Tney wiuVhoIcf bage(
indefinitely and thW'puis push ji
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