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FROM DIANA'S DIARY
Miss Dillpickles Throws Herself Into a Political Campaign.
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I rode that way the whole distance to White Wyandotte, expecting
every minute to be my last on earth.
By Fred Schaefer.
This has been a strenuous day
for me, with every" one a crowded
hour. My advance-agenting is
drawing to a close. I'vcworked
like a bearer getting halls and re
ceptions for Mockhiser for Con
gress. So that he will find every
thing in apple-pie order when he
arrives at the various towns to do
his spell-binding. It will not be
jny fault if Mockhiser doesn't
beat Blimley by ten thousand.
I was able to arrange Silo Sid
ing and Stover for the tenth be
fore noon, and then went on to
Orpington. I was delayed at Or
pington. At first the local poli
ticians thought I was some kind
of a bunco artist. They became
suspicious because I couldn't tell
them what Mockhiser looked like.
How could I? I've never even
seen Mockhiser. Fm only his ad
vance agent. Finally P got them