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favor and so we, Jim and I, have
nothing to worry us in that direction.
Poor Dick, up to date he has
talked only of his business in his
ramblings not one wtord about this
tragedy. He has never recognized
me nor mentioned ray name, except
to say h(? must put the business deal
through successfully so that Mrs.
Selwin and I will not want
The doctor is baffled over his case.
"There seems to b something else
on his mind, Mrs. Waverly," he said
to me. "Something that he dops not
even want to think about, and I fear
for his reason unless we can get him
to unbosom himself."
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