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Pat looked uncomfortable, but I,
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(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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'"there are words I burn to say!"
Then shemade this cryptic answer,
"All right, Charlie; blaze away."
German experimenters have found
that explosions can be caused in gas
works by sparks from telephones.
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