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"Oh, oh, it's a ghost, the biggest
1 ever saw-1
1 laughed hysterically. "Marx
ian, how ha 1 ha! ha! how
many ghosts ha! ha! ha! did
you ever see ha! ha! ha!"
Ttieffortt door flow rattled
"Qw ow!" Marian leaped into
bed, nearly killing me. 1 clutched
at her till she begged me not to
choke her. t .
Someone was coming Up the
Oh, it was Felix. Even scared
to death, I recognized his foot
When we finally managed to
tell him Marian begging him
not to go, for she was sure it was
the ghost of the man who built
"Bleak house"--he got his revol
ver, and went down the back
steps, saying that it was useless
now, because they must have
heard him cdtne. home, and fun.
I never saw Felix Allen laugh
SO hard, when he Came back. He
dropped down where Marian had
sat, moaning, and roared. "It is
Maxwell's white cow, icohie to
visit us, and g6t caught in the
To remove a speck from the
eye moisten corner of handker
chief and touch speck.
Thin, hot 6tarch will make
clothes stiffer than thicker, cold
starch, and Will be less likely to
stick to iron.
When the waste pipe is clogged
with grease, pour down gallon of
boiling Water in which cupful of
soda has been dissolved.
CUTS HONEYMOON SHORT
Mr. Lillian fctissell TW
Snapshot of Alexander Moore
of Pittsburg, taken at Chicago
convention. Moore married Lil
lian Sussell at noon one day in
Pittsburg and appeared bright
and early the next morning at
Chicago as Roosevelt boomer.
She's gold of halt: and blue of eye
She hever keeps hefhat on,
And always puts the custard pie
- Just where it will be sat on.
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