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$ru poor, broken woman, I am so
sorry for you. I could have loved
you better than he has done, in
deed, I think my greatest hurt in this
affair is not that a man has betrayed
me, but that I have been stabbed and
am bleeding from the wounds made
by another woman, and that woman
the one I have always felt I would
like best to be a friend of. Margaret
(To Be Continued)
Y'SEfc, LESTE-, 'K
tOtfcS TA QOOfcVttiSS,
WANTED T60 t
iOUEr HAH SAID
H WAU-t GOT Sofcfc
AC TOUB ME -T GO
T J- Ditm'THE?
Sir Last nigh't "she" and I stood
in the doorway as Joe, the famous
gridiron star of my college, passed.
"There goes Joe, our famous tackle,"
I remarked. "He'll soon be our best
man." "Oh, George," she said, "this
is so sudden!" Whatsa guy gonna
A Frenchman went to buy a saddle
horse. "I've got just the animal you
want," said the dealer, "sound as a
nut and goes 10 miles without stop
ping." "Ah no! no!" cried the
Frenchman, "I leeve eight miles from
ze station and eef I buy him I will
have to walk two miles in ze back
Many cases of "love at first sight"
die out when the guy takes a sec
ond look. - r "
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