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three blocks away, to think she
hadn't had a hand in the trouble.
"However, Hi got away in time, be
fore the crowd turned on him. No,
sir, he never came back. But say!
Mosstown's the finest little place for
residential quarters you ever saw.
Rents are soaring, business is brisk,
Henson and Bull are 'at daggers
drawn, Jane's talking of a divorce,
and Reverend Aloysius is expected to
resign next week. We're betting on
to pay $200 for a kiss, but that's what
Mile. Greuse, this airy little French
actress, assessed a wealthy French
man who came over with her on the
Rochambeau, just docked at New
York. She turned the money over to
a fund for soldiers' widows.
For pain in the stomach try a lit
tle essence of peppermint in hot wa
ter. If given to children sweeten a
BRIUSH FEAR SHE'LL HELP THE
KAISER WIN WAR
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The state department won't let her
go to Germany to visit her soldier
fiance because Great Britain alleges
she misused a former U. S. passport
by carrying messages between Ber
lin and Rome.
MIGHT GET WELLIN SPITE OF
.DOC, IF HE MAKES UP MIND
Uncle Mose White is on the sick
list at this writing. The doctor has
been with him, but we hope- he may
recover soon. Mansfield, Mo., Mu
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