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the first chance. I have a great re
spect for Mr. Hatton."
"I like Pat Sullivan," said Dick.
"He's a man's man honest, open
hearted, a friend and a good fellow."
"They are both all right, Dick, but
I do wish Mollie's romance had not
come to her in pairs."
"I would not have given you up,
Margie, for three of a kind," was
Dick's satisfying remark as he went
Why should I worry about the
whole world after that?
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
The girl who boasts that she has
read a love letter over and over mere
ly is confessing that she hasn't re
ceived another one.
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