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ahead," answered Artemus. "I can
outrace you, and 111 shoot every man
who doesn't sit quiet. You're going
to drive to the jail atHansome. First,
look at that tree again."
They looked, and, in the gathering
light saw the grotesque figure of
Dorothy's rag doll with the negro
face swinging sardonically from the
"I dropped Jim Sandford 20 miles
back," announced the sheriff softly.
"Hop in, gentlemen, if you want to
get to Ransome alive."
NEV EESEJ -
One of the most modest, and most
attractive girl in "photoplaydom" is
Miss Neva Gerber, who liys with her
mother and plays leads in the Beauty
brand of pictures.
When women go out to make a so
cial war they seldom fail to prepare
by ordering plenty of "ammunition"
from the dressmaker.
Some Javanese spiders make webs
so strong it requires a knife to cut
COUNTRY GIRL BECOMES STAR
Martha Patrick, who a few days
ago was a little country girl in Ma
rengo, I1L, has been chosen to star in
the role of Pollyanna.
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In Lancashire, England, the cotton
waste has an annual value of $75,
000,000. This vast sum is represent
ed by fag-ends, sweepings, pickings
and combings. Thousands of women
are employed to divide this stuff into
good, middling and bad', and it sold
at various prices for paper-making,
matting, surgical wadding, and, most
of all, the making of shoddy.
An English soldier whom a wound
had made deaf and dumb laughed so
hard at a motion picture that on leav
ing the theater he found himself able
both to hear and'speak.
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