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"We will just build all over again,"
said Eva sweetly.
Somehow Mr. Worthington contin
ued to require the services of Merton.
He finaly made an arrangement
where he was to remain as his private
secretary at a liberal stipend.
One day a month later Mr. Worth
ington was cleaning up his desk. Mer
ton stared hard as he saw him throw
the money contents of the drawed
into the waste basket with the words:
"Be sure you burn up all that truck,
"But that money!".
"Oh, that isn't money," replied his
employer with a smile. "Some speci
men counterfeits in a celebrated case
we shall write up for my 'Criminol
ogy' volume some day."
But Merton rescued the money
his and Eva's and the happy wed
ding was no longer postponed, and
the severe lesson he had learned
made of Merton Hull a stronger, bet
YES, WOULDN'T IT!
"What you so worried about,
"What am I worried about! Why,
Frazzles, you're sitting on a keg of
"So? Well, wouldn't that jar you!"
new york a verry small thing will
sumtimes nock the stuffing out of a
perfeckly good honeymoon
like a yung cuppel i know that lives
over in jersey, where the people use
their snowshovels all the year round
in the winter they shovel snow with
them, and in the summertime they
use them for killing muskeeters
well, this yung clam and his tootsy
wootsy was getting along pretty nice
till the uther day she made a pie
she had tried it 2 or 3 times before,
with diffrent kinds of luck
when hubby got home from work
in the -evening, she busted into tears,
and she moaned out
oh harold, i made a pie this morn
ing and set it on the window sill to
cool, and a tramp cr.me along and
harold had sampled her pie on 2 or
3 occasions, and he says to her
never mind, dear, what's one tramp
more or less in a busy world
he thought he was being funny, but
it looks like it will take him the rest
of his life to make her see the goak
Fry one-half pound of salt pork
with one sliced onion and six medium-sized
green sweet peppers,
minced fine. When all is slightly
brown add one can of corn and one
cup of milk. Set back on range or
over slow gas flame. Do not stir.
Cook slowly for two hours.
Charles Normandy of Wesson,
Miss., has sold for $1,750 a" diamond
which he found in the gizzard of a
chicken which he raised and killed
on his farm.