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FROM DIANA'S DIARY
Miss Dillpickles Busies Herself in Central America.
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So I hiked downto-'the newspaper office and put an ad in the
whereabouts, and then go my way
happly in a good action well done.
But instead of doing it, I paused.
That would be toot tame.
There wouldn't be much cli
max. Mr. Tomales might-"lose a
lot of time writing to the dark-T
eyed.senorita, and the glad re-'
union ;would be comparatively
cold-blooded. Now if I could only
lead the girl to him there would
be a real snappy, reunion with'
By Fred Schaefer.
As I said,Tve spotted my man,
Mr. Garvanza X. del Pistachio
Tomales. But I haven't told him
After I'd found the exile eating
out his heart in a chili parlor my
first hunch was to rush in and tell
him about the ad in the paper
from a dark-eyed senorita in Mir
imba, being anxious to learn his