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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 25, 1912, Image 9

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A GOOD GHOST: STORY FOR HALLOWE'EN PARTIES
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The Headless Horseman of
Sleepy Hollow.
Adapted fronv Washington Irv-
- jngVLegend.)
-' Not far from the" Village of
,Tarrytowaa small brook .glides
through a litueVvalley m one of
the quietest places in the whole
world. This sequestered glen has
trig been known as SLEEPY
OLLQW.
Many stories are told of haunt
ing spiritS-and one especially of a'
headless 'figure on horseback, a!
Hessian- trooper whosehead was
carried'away.bjra cannon ball in
sqnienameless battle, of the Rev
olutibnary War.
'Ichabod Crane, was a young?
.school teacher who traveled from;
house to house through the val
ley' teaching the little folks theif
iab c's. Icha&l'3was m Idve wita
, .. c-a.-., . - x&i it

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