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"I've noticed yo're longing all the
time," she said to her favorite maid.
"Maybe for home. Here's a touch
of it, lassie, that may solace your
poor homesick heart."
Jessie took the pie and began to
partake of it witheyes retrospective
and tearful. A taste made her sob.
"There was one and only one in
old Sciotia who made the like," she
wailed "my. best laddie, and oh!"
She burst into a scream .staring at
a criss-cross mark upon the top layer
"Peter's mark! I know it well," she
tremored. "Ah! only he used that
mark. Oh, tell me, tell me whence
came the pie!"
Mr. Wilbur was called and he ex
plained. On with her bonnet and Jes
sie was flying in the direction of the
ball where aid David had engaged
Peter as his permanent assistant.
She burst in upon them unceremo
niously. She fell into his outstretched
arms. There were only two words
spoken, but so fervently uttered that
old David thrilled at their simple elo
RURAL NEWS IN RHYME
Frank Willoughby bought from Lum
Stubbs two old grays,
Kept the old critters about twenty
Traded with Lum Mills, then traded
Lum seemed to prefer his old roan
Prank took them home, fed them
Then took and sold them back to
Dunn Cor. Mountain Grove (Mo.)
"We are all dead broke out our
way this fall."
"How do you all live, then?" -.
"Oh, we lend each other a little."
DEVOTED WiEE SENDS BLIND
HUSBAND TO CONGRESS
Minenapolis, Minn. Mrs. Thomas
J). Schall can't vote and she wouldn't
run for office if she could, but never
theless she's considered one of the
most brilliant political campaigners
in the west
It was as campaign manager for
her husband, Congressman-elect
Thomas T. Schall of Minnesota, that
Mrs. Schall made her debut in pol
itics. Congressman Schall is blind and
comparatively helpless, but with his
wife as .his constant companion he
made a strenuous campaign last
Mrs. Schall arranged his automo
bile trips and his campaign meetings
and she made many speeches in his
HEARD ON THE STREET
If you don't believe' New York is
full of boobs, just look at the crowds
that goes to see them grand operas.
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