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pie who knew nothing of his nature
nor of his circumstances might think
"There, you see you can get mar
ried directly after Margie dies, Dick,"
"I would rather Dick would marry
than to live alone," I said soberly.
"It beats the dickens," said Dick
rather fretfully, "that while I am al
ways bringing you over here, old
man, to cheer Margie up, all your at
tempts end in something very seri
ous. You must not come again un
less you behave yourself."
(To Be Continued.)
1 SOT MY LAN'LEDDY'S 1
GOAT ,LAS NIGHT,
SHE SAYS V ME, "BEAST,
1 MUT DO SOMETHING
TO KEEP DC WOLF TROn
50 SAYS: "I DON'T
milHK OATS ALTOGETHER.
fey8, X 1 .
'MS LET HIM COME IH
AN TACKLE ONE OF
YOUR MEALS, AN' t DOtft
THINK HE'LL BOTHER
FIRE WIPES OUT TWO-THIRDS
OF TEXAS TOWN
Paris, Tex., March 22. With two
thirds of the residential and business
districts wiped out by flames which
left a funnel-shaped wake of destruc
tion from 2 to 10 blocks wide across
the city, entailing a loss estimated at
trom $2,000,000 to $3,000,000, Paris
today turned to work of relieving the"
sufferings of its homeless and desti
tute. Fully one-half of the population of
20,000 is shelterless. Thousands had
no breakfast Urgent appeals for
groceries and money are going out to
neighboring cities. So far as known
there were no casualties.
--B.-.JS. -- -aa