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eral dilapidation. He saw a woman
moving about, formed a speedy plan
and went into a near drug store.
Cutting the sheet of paper nearly
in two that bore the impress of the
note "Joe" had written to "Mollie"
he proceeded to trace the pencil
point marks direct so that the hand
writing of the delectable "Joe" read:
"Go to Lawyer Marcus. Tell him
if I'm not out of here inside of a
week I'll blow the whole game and
give up the papers to the investigat
Burr proceeded to deliver the note.
He was assured from the manner of
"Mollie" that the real letter had not
yet arrived. He lurked about the
place until the woman went away on
her mission, forced a window, got
into the house, investigated the mat
tress, found the papers and hastened
to his friend Merrill.
The Evening Spectator made Burr
Landry a handsome cash present for
securing the bigegst "scoop" of the
year, besides proving up the charges
it had made against the gangsters.
It meant the promotion of Burr to a
real reporting position- At which the
ambitious young fellow rejoiced;
pretty, loving Rose sharing his hap
piness. o o
Allow six or eight oysters for each
person. Drain oysters and wipe dry.
Melt 3 tablespoons of butter for 2
dozen oysters and dip each oyster in
melted butter, salt and add a dash of
cayenne. Heat double wire broiler
very hot, butter the wires thoroughly
and place oysters on it. Place the
broiler over hot coals or in hot oven
and brown oysters on each side
then turn into hot dish. Add melted
butter, chopped parsley and slices of
lemon. Serve at once.
THAT DENTIST ONCE MORE
Victim Mercy! That isn't the
right tooth you've pulled!
Dentist Be patient, madam! I'm
coming to it!
LITTLE MISSY IN HER "GYM"
Little missy doesn't learn all her
school lessons from books the hop,
skip and jump and the march and
dance of the gymnasium class is an
important part of the day's program.
A cunning little outfit for the small
"gym" girl includes a middy blouse
of white galatea with cuffs and col
lars of navy blue and baggy bloomers
of navy blue galatea.
The bloomers are pleated at waist
and gathered full at the knee. It's a
trim little suit, very inexpensive and
Some girls are so honest they
won't take a man's kisses without
giving them back " "
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