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    PAGE FOUR.
WKDN'FSPAY. nKCEMMK 21, 1!2?.
THE KI.AMATH NKWi
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The Klamath News j
Published every mornlnsT --rapt ,
Moadwy kv Th. Klamath New. Hub-
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ba rip ( Mrahl
Knit-red ttccnd clau rrnr at
oV.jrNov.mbVr
act of March t, u;i.
tfc poatotflc at KUmnth Fall.
Televkra rf
ii
Urmhrr Aadll Baeraw flraatatla
DID YOU EVER?
!; 'on admitted wife mrderer .,, bM om.,. ,ud , do
They have what they call: and then turned him loose, thi he decides to go to Miune
nowadays the "disappear- regardless of his eloquence:10"';-, ,ea--reen eve. remind
ing i mortgage." When you
put!'one on your property t
you,, think that that word
"disappearing" as a word .
lllloa Wltn meaning. inen'now to kill, and kill, and
,i, . . ... . . ,
i - nin, i . " " - -
pay, and you pay and 'overcome any jury that
, ,1 . . . " . .
months go by. lears go by, ; may try hira in the future
nlsq. And there come a time ' he overcame the jury
, , , , . . I ...
wnen you prooaoiy warn 10
sell', that property, or at
, 1) .. , . . t !
icasi una out now . mucn 1
have paid in a lot of money.
Figliri.ng up the monthly
payments it runs into a
goodly sum and you chuck-
le to yo'jrseif thinking that;bout over Look over the
quite a bit of your mort-jlist
trace has dlsaDDeared. ,
But! when J"ou Set si state-
merit from the mortgage
company, you are shocked
to iind out how much of
jour payment" have gone have any Idlmp'.e la the left corner of her
to 'that little thing called; 0 jmouth.
"interest" and that the face i -s. Ar--i rt I "A sood ,hl" ,dr r" ,hl"
of your mortgage has IXOFFICElS"-
appeared" but Slightly: VrT , T . l"Well. It's nn to me now. If I'm
They might change the ,
name of such mortgages
andi call them "reappear-
ing1' mortgages, for that
would better describe the
facts.
? n
HEARST GOES TOO FAR
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William Randolph Hearst
, 1,4 a. t
has at last gone too far.
Most men of his kind do
that very thing. He at
tached the United States
without foundation or fact.
He impunged the honesty
of, 'able senators wlio are
not open to bribery and
they will not let him get
away as easily as he has
beeSi In the habit of doing
in his many past undertak
ings. .
Hearst's desire for sensa-
1 nnnltam mn v vpf ' riA Vns
V . - , -
undoing. True, he has wea-
thered many storms and be-
hind him lies tremendous i
... . . . , .
wealth, but people Of this ;
unyiuu .ci ...
strong manner any public
man or any newspaper that
makes charges of corrup
tion which cannot be car
ried out to at least a trial.
Senator Norris, on his
skit bed has issued an open
letter that will arouse heavy
sentiment in the country,
TJoot .;tt r,i K Kn !
.fit. j 1 . 1. i.'
I'llllL'U vy BUtn nciiumcnu '
x - 4 0 !
JHE SENSE OF A GOOSE
the, old gray goose is not
such a dumb-bell, after all.
Tif)o ' Lake swarmed with
geese until a few days be
fore the cold weather ar
rived. Then hunters bejran
to omplain that there were
no geese. They had gone
cn ttfore the cold wave
struck. So a goose, just a
plain goose, has some wea
ther Sense.
0 .
iSf- a few days Klamath
people will forget railroad
building and saw mill con
duction and listen to the
children prattle about their
presents and Santa Claus.
Saturday morning the
Ne"ws will hold forth at the
Pine, Tree theater as an escort-to
Santa Claus.
CO AND KILL, AND KILL,
AND KILL
,, t A, ,
The VCrdlCt that aCqtilt-
tod Geore Remus, the
ohi bootlofrger, is a blot
the nation's fair name
and an indictment ' of the i
, . . ..1 '
he killed his wife. He was'
a notorious character, hav-
ing been engaged in a boot-;
i . i - M j i melics, irom me oiu-uiaiu type
leircina' business, and jet a,.. . . .,,.. ..,
i jury acquitted him, taking
'7 - i I
nis pita oi iciuiiui in--u-
! itv as a basis for such ac -
' .
QUlttal.
However, it is hard to
'u, , . , -
think of the quality of
. ors Who sat on the case of
0r any other condition that
may have entered into the
trial
Remus will be in snape
that just freed him.
.
Somehow the new main ,
line 01 wie o. t.
tin miffhtV Well for trains
: a AonAMo
aicun uihc u "-""'hem, aaylnK It mill humiliate
O : her. He says: "I'll tear theo
-.- , jrt,.a
and see j you have'
.- 1
0
Perhaps a prizefight
;l, .,!f vr.11 onrl
uiuv 6 " . ,
drive awar the blues if you
,-Jrjl'!5:
f A I
f TMM MMS SIS ,
By Junius
Fores icli ted Freil
Fred: "Dad. will yea give me
atch for Christmas:"
Father: "Why. what do you
want with a watch?"
Fred: "Well. Jones has got
" 0 '. ' he he wlli
.change It for a watch."
. Step Aside, Please!
As a beauty I am no star
There are others more handsome
by far.
Bat my face I don't mind It. 1
For I am behind It;
The people In front get the Jar.
"It certainly Is funny." mused 1
i little Johnny. This makes the
third kid sister In the house, and
no matter how hard I've tried
I've never yef seen the stork."
Aspirations
We nsed to hlka along the Ian
In days gone by
Ambitions splendidly expand.
W'e want to ny.
w. Hd to .ddl, . ,anoe
Our skin to try.
SnLh "nlU d'Te"ion-wlu not do-
We want to fly.
At preSent we are looking sharp
' .
we murmur, ."sever mma tne'
murmur.
harp.
We've got the wings.
It is such a tight squeeze to
live within one's income that lots
of folks refuse to do it.
!, . ,A m" 'n l0Te wi" do
! thing, but he usually does noth-
ng.
i 0
"he was only an
iceman s
danehfer l.iil .'no mn'l all sho'Ood. you must
.
was cracked up to be.
Did You Ever
Stop to Think?
By ETISOV R. WAITB
Sliawne. Oklahom
I THAT good advertising turns
hcsitators Into buyers and makes
j buyers buy more.
THAT advertising Is a service
that will enable a business con-
; cern to make the most ot its
I opportunities.
I THAT advertising Is a service
I that proves Itself by results,
j THAT truthful advertising Is
Ian even-galled service that bring:!
Isteady returns.
J THAT no business can atari
j right without advertising.
I THAT It takes advertising to
1 keep It going right.
I THAT advertising will always
j create and Increase community
j Interest In any business.
I THAT you can easily see that
business concerns that are persis
tent advertisers are building their
business to last.
The public Is sold on advertis
ing: they read the ads and buy
I where the best buys are.
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V COPYRIGHT
1927 bi NEA 5ervice
NYNOPSIS
Vom CsnuTon, awtUtant to
rry Marktyn. atlvtrttniiis mm- I
Rr for the ivacn itioom I iw-
m'tU- To. IndUsnantly rejrvu
Jerry", plan to traiufnrm hor.
with the aid of Peach Him
her id.otogr.ph. In the company's
advertising? copv.
om.rrer w,10 ,tlB f!ll (ull.
tdmi? in lov -nh mn whom
she hem called SohuyUT, anil
who remark to a companion he
; will he In Lake Mtnm-tonka In
lUte June. he recoulilor Jerrya
Jur-!ot(l,r tnd reoKc ,0 Umicr-o
janythlim to become beautiful.
Jerry Mackiy- of n unc-ptumed ,
,,1r r'i he"!! the '
beautv specialist refashion Vera 1
vcra's aunt. Klora Cartwri-ht.
." tnorouitniy onn at ""!lial a hanpculn- to me,
chan-e "rouht In her om-e!jt,rr . , v . , Trt..
iu, n n 1 y aift-e aua i a lime ji-ar
'. ,,, , ...,,!
Flora becomes Infatuated with'
'Jmy leii him that ver t
:oin to ike Minnetonka to see
'a man iih whom she l In love.
By this time Jerry is desperately
I' lore with the -tn whom he
ihas made Into a beauty. Just be-
fore Vera leaves the office to -o
with the prot(s o( the advert la
Ins which contain her ihiUo-
graphs. She beK him not to use t
au4 up on one
condition that
you irive up your trip to Minne-
tonka
chapteh XI
That evening, as era tamer-
and for her last engagement with
to-Jerry Marklyn. she studied her
reflection In the mirror with wor-
.A .,n t,ri i me
a worthy pupil of Aunt Flora and
I Jerry Macklyn I'll get Jerry's I
rUUiU0 BUI IU (UU 0,l,,,,,.-r-
ments and I won't have to give
up my trip either. Jerry says a
'beautiful girl can get anything
'she wants is entitled to it by
;,ha Jtvina ,lFhl hMtv WaII.
. . ,h;,u ,,n!"
I 'The sight of the noildins;, wlck
ledly smiling faca In the mirror
stirtled her. She leaned forward,
so that flesh and blood lips in
most touched the mirrored ones.
"Who are youV ,hc demanded
of the girl in the mirror. "1
don't know yon! You're a
stranger and you've murdered
Vera Cameron. I'm afraid of
you!"
But there was no terror appar
ent in the exquisite face and In
the limpid clear green pools that
were her eyes syhen she advanc
ed, walking proudly, to meet
Jerry Macklyn a half hour later.
"Dear Jerry!" she said softly,
as she gave him both ber hands,
standing so close to him that the
perfume he bad been at such
pains to find for her wrapped
h'm about like an exquisite. In
visible cloak. "Ifs awfully sweet
of you to come to take me to Ihe
train. I'm going to miss you
terribly!" Sha hesitated before
the last word, then dropped it
gently, like a shy caress
"Then you're going to Lake
Mir.netoi.ka?- Jerrr demanded :
- j
ISavageiT.
Don't be foolish. Jerry!" fhe ,
chided him softly. "Of course j
I'm going to Minnetonka! My
reservations are already made.
I've spent hundreds and hund-idance
reds of dollars for clothes, which
1 couldn't possibly wear at a less
exclusive resort "
"Oh. shut up!" Jerry com
manded her ancrily. "You know
why I don't wnnt you to go! My
know or you re
i blind or a fool or both
You
said you couldn't bear for me to :
'print those advertisements with :
your pictures. There are one or
two things I can't bee.r either.
Vera Cameron, and one of them
is to see you carry out this In-1
sane scheme
of yours to trap a
rich man into
marrying you-
poBlng as a society glrl-
I!l
SALESMAN SAM
wo cve. in OMce. t weet to Buy
3o O'CPMDy- rVV SAM'S UfMTtM'
FO. ME T lJMT OW M,
ITS SftLL Sftce - NOTHIH'
OOW OM THftT
.rv."Ji'-.-, :
A, -OJ-V MV"W "-"V
m m dime aiistin
voiv brvk ana he iiu.ic up an
nrm.
"You
luti.t ta'k in n.t It Wo
thai Wra crtiM ivn-wiisniuHy.
..-m mn trva: l trnu n rUh
ftlBn -,rrvii- mo' li
riihtT h wa a inv.r mr.n a
ttalttrtt'tl mau. work inn for ht
'"-. something h. which
I could help him wish my bust-
ncsg tralitlntt. 1 ti'll you. I don't
care for his monev and his scclul
position! I only want htm be
cause I love htm-"
"Pon't say that" he struck
out at her sharply, his voice
rouiih with agony. You're talk-, Jerry f limit up his head sharply.
Iiik like a mat ineiMol-worship t seize il ker caressing hand ami
In flapper! You don't know cruslx d It asulnst Ills grief,
what love Is! You've seen li'.tn twli.tcd. hoi lips. "Veo-Vee!
only once, you know iiothiiii Can't you love me llttlo, dnr
about hlra " .'llnuT I'll bo so Rood to you.
..Mow iU v)i(
r,?,'I
know?"' Vera's
ned In angry
amaiement, I've nrvcr told
-Hut Flora did. when she saw
j0
tne frotu making
"IK-.tr Jerry -.he iaU sofily, "It
blankety-blank fool of mrs'f by
putting nie wife to the fact thai
you were aireaay ueia ruhc uu
another man "
"She was very unsclfis'i.'
Vee Intrruttcd with colli
V-e-
:ara-
cu..sm.
"Oh. for (.otj'i sake, b't s noL
quarrel. Vee-Vee. Jerry bpct i
with sudden humility. "I love you
too much to hurt you "
"You love tn??' rho ccliod
In a small voice. "Jerry I'm
sorry "
"Oh. I don't want your pity!"
Ho flung a furious hand acros.i
his eyes. "Yon can't tell me you
'didn't know I loved you! Why.
kfor God's sake, did you think I
was devotin- every minute of mv
...
ji.ie uiuu i j'fu. nuu a lui i:,.n
belonged to the firm as
well?
riKlu
every
Helping you choose the
clothes, taking you out
! evening to the theater
"
and to
"I thought." Vce-Vee. Inter
rupted coldly, "that you were
doing It because you wanted to
help me, because you were my
friend, that you had an anlHt'H
Interest in perfertlng the thin;
you had made "
"And did you think for one
minute that I was making you
for another mm to enjoy? I
made a thing of beauty of you.
Vera Cameron, because I loved
1 you. I cave you these last three
weeks because. I was fool enoukh
to believe that by constant nssoc-
!lallon with me you could rome
I to love me."
siMft5 00 r 0
MOMCHCKG -
C'JCKIM' C
T'J1Y HCLP
ic-rurv r,-e
TuST CPAX
"..'IBL t)(At--0
-7,
V Ml
9 -
fei 'v V ' i v v ti u
a. vv N
- i!iout;ht these lat llm-e
w,Hks weie a game that you were
-njoyimc in Hie s ime way that 1 W KITK SIMKlt .F.T TIMK
enjoyed II." Vcc-Vcu said weak- leur anla I ant II years old.
ly. h;i,uii for a chair. And no you have everythtnii sol.
"A -ame? ih. dear Cod!" t Hut thals all right this time bo
Jerry gronneil, dropping to the cans that was tny fault you no.
floor I'cslilc her and laying his ' So I will w rlle sooner next time
head ln,t her knees,
Hm. whin flu
iters
fhilt,",,! to his head, hovered '
for a moment ttver that flamiUK
mop of red curls as If she were
afraid It would bum her. then
dropped lightly upon II.
"1'on't! I r.in't stand that!"
uu:l,rs;i:nd you so we'll. I cun
make you happy. Vera why.
'you're mine! I created you!
"If ou had loved me before
I win
1 ed 'i
11 I was homely und nee
l-
oil -or any man to ailore
to release me from the ln-
.uie,
(
awfully rct f joj to romc"
hlMUons that make every homely
Klrl mhuralilo ' she bfjean
jernuy. j
"I'm not g.Iag to lie and pre
tend that I fill In love wl:h you
the moment von walked Into my.
i5";"i' .Tl
'' ''f'l
office" Jerry s.'d slowly, heav- ' -
y the band that he had kUd , . " l. ' "". ' "'J"
held tight .gains, h's Ponn:llng'7waey n,rlfn1,,,.r1p, x
heart, "but I can tell you truth-, "f ' ' rondlt on I
fu,,y that I did begin to love 70:.?' 0
r. .rr i - - -;f;.:
I didn't know It then, of course. e 1 " '
but I had never .0 wanted to ' ,',u " ' h" ,.,?"
help anyone in my lire. And I . l. '""l' uZluol measo-Tf
could have loved you a, you were "" , cven tuilng to tlvo
then a, well a. I d, now. I per-;'" ? '
formed
lalrarls for your own j
sako "
"And for advrrthing purposes."
Vera reminded him, tugging to
release her hand.
"I'm nn advertising man,"
Jerry admitted Bliupiy. .y 1 tim Vuh cold fury. "And now
work comes first, and 'ouj,nat you know you can't bribe
wouldn't have the slightest re-, me it0 marrying you, you are
spert for me If It didn't. I saw g0RR t0 geep your precious job
a chance to d something really, an(1 humiliate mo"
big for tho firm. You're a busl-j "iirllie you Into becoming my
ness woman; you ought to beiw(;,. jt.rry shouted, springing
able to underst ind my feeling to- , t,.et ,.jy ;d; And yet
wurd my work."
"Oh, I ilu!" Vce-Vee aeknow
ledred. "Hut today I n:iked you
to do some'.liinc; for me that Is
of vital Importance to me. I
told you that It would cause mo
agonies or tinauie iu imvu ioj i - -
( ture strewn all over the country
,ti auvirnso i i-.ien iu,m, - " -
'metlcs. I ukou you 10 uiii,.
Ithoso ndi. to suliBtltute a Pro
- it. f.:r Tt;a )Witi(SHT,
Vfx COT'V( G'JT JiT5' JiJST
- '.l. PORC-'t.Ce" - J A WfSTE
Trl' e-TCR 'i t-VCM f OV- W
r cnrv,"k' J e r.r.r, -rime I
M'Jtrl'
..... 1-,.11-,-ii-h-h-h-i 1 1 ijuuuumjiju
bAM 1 A CLAUS LETTERS
The Snnia ( I. iiis letter roiiliKl romliiiteil by tlie.l.lanmtli
Nona nml 11 number of leading business Imiwa In tills rli.t,
closes Ttiursiliiy nlclit. No Inters nil) lv rt-ieht'il nfter aU
p. m. Thursilii),
and make It on sirnlsht line.
Kounetii Htonks,
-1-1 nantlaud.
I.IKK St)IK MITTKNH
iear hhiii 1 laus 1 wiiuiu
like a pair of lnlltena for Christ-'
mus. My name Is liny McAuley.
My moilier would llko a bed
spread and an electric tonater.
My address la HID North Kth Kt.
I mn 7 years old. I am In Ihe
second grade.
Itny McAuley.
A I.I, II K WAXTH
IVnr Kaula Clause all I want
Is a tedy bear and a wagon I am
a llt'.le boy 8 years old.
(lien Shelton.
13 IS Wantluud.
WANTH A I'KT IMXiCY
Ienr Santa ( laus I am slt
tlug by the fire place. Now I
will toll you what I want. Hut
It Isn't vory much. I want a
doll buggy and a pair of Ice
skates and a pet doggv. And 1
will tell you aorno thing else.
You are the dear old Santa that
brings me toys. And I give the
world for a baby sister or broth
er. Oh. I forgot to tell you that
I am yeira old I r.ucsa that you
saw my party because you can
see everything. Welt I gues.1
that Is nil that I ran say. P. S.
And dont forget mother and dad
dy and ma.
Hetty Heed.
i wavts a roi.in: sriT
j Iiear Santa t'laua I want a
plelee suit. I. want a foot-ball.
I 1 want a born If you got It. 1
' want a belt and a holster,
j Christmas.
Merry
Charles Homney.
fp'wSor.,1 beauty for mo ft ptlrl . "Gnod-byo Jerry. I don't up
who would like I tint aort of thinx por I nhnll nee you nuntn." Wo-
mid yon rfUHctl. Yet you nay i Ve roue, found Ms hat for him
you love me." and offered U unsiulllnRly.
"I do lovo you. 1 think you; -g auppoit that mina that yu
know Hirst. And whn I trltd to'---,.,.! , if, hiarrlKd.' Jerrv re-
jmako a hnrraln with you. named
one condition on which I would
Icsrou to throw down the. firm.
you refi:td
I may as well tell
lyo;i now that If you hrul accepted :
that enndltton I would hnvo hrvn
j forced, by my own connclenllona
UcruiU'8, to rvalrn from the Peat h
Hlonm company "
"Heslgn?" Veo-Vec er hood
blankly.
"Ilejign, certainly! Do you
think I could accept money from
the company after I had thrown
I them down for personal motlvia?
Oh. 1 could (tot nomelVtnie o'bo
easily enough! I'm one of the
I three bent advertising men In the
riiia(niej' Dli Villi r-t n prlrt If
you warn o; '"
BiiriiiKlUK 'i(i . uvu 1, uii,.p ... 1
rating myself In a builness wny. ,
I wouldn't bo on a twenty-flvo
'thousand dollar salnry at tho ago
cf twenty-nine If I were. If you
had accepted my condition I
should have had every hopo of
, . ......
.
Keeping uui leiAiiuainiiip , m
business basis. I'm going to hold
you to tho letter of your bar
gain." "You arc certainly making
yourself very plain," Vera told
you say I've mado myself very
plain! Haven't you senso enough
to know that Jerry f.Inrklyn
wouldn't marry any woman In the
world, no matter how much ho
, ve1 ,. if .10-didn't lovo hlin
as mueii . as ho loven ner? I
i ivo yoUi Vera, and If you can't
, jove mo tiint s nn end or tne
whole thing. I I guess I d bet
jter be going.'
WELL, VLL 3U5T 6At CReOlT
FOR P.flOTMr.R'I.OO PORCtltVSS
MCB? '(HCT CiO'-f'Lt, OW'jy B'JV ft HALF
POUWO BO TH'S TIMS- HeS TAKIM' ft
t-OMG TIMii T'MfVKG. OP HIS MIMO!
Oh'.'t f.r
KSloT
- u Hi, 1 j, .ii.aixajuT.aj-u-ijui.iL"uVLriji.w.mLeitf" w
t'ANT ITi: VHT I
Dear Hauls I nm a little hue I
In writing you a letter. Hut hop" I
you got It dear Nsuln. 1 am a '
llllle girl five years old and Ii
Ihtuk I am a good girl I dry the
dishes for Mother and do a I i j
of Utile things for her. I rnu'l
wrlln yet so my sister la writing'
for mo. I do wish you would
bring me a doll trunk. 1 have a
( brother a
years old ho goes to
school and Is In thit a aritde.
Yleaso Htinta bring him some
thing. 1 wish you a Merry Xmia
and a happy New Year. Thanks
for the things you brought me
last year. '
Mildred Hermann,
329 Iowa Hlrevt.
hanta W11.1. iu:mkmhi:h
Hear Hauls I want a cradle,
a bigger doll buggy, a Jack In
the box,
I.ettlo Stewart.
A HOIIS TH AT HON KM
Dear Sania I want a bike
that costs one dollar. And a ear
that lias sumo batteries. And
horn that will honk. And a box
of blocks that baa flgur-s 011
them.
Clenn Cborpenliig,
ago ?. Algoiua.
IXII.I, AM) lll.ANKFT
Dear Santa t'laua Please
bring tne a baby doll and blanket
are you coming In an airplane
or In your old sleigh.
Patricia Van Ner.
lira) mill. .
C.iHn ftlASTIXH I'l.ACK '
Hear Santa (Mails Pleas bring
me a sled. Then I could have a
lot of fun. We have a good roa'd
Ing plase on a big hill and tho
other children hav sleds and' I
want oue too. Will you bring me
a sled when you come?
Howard Crnmblet,
Hraymlll.
tortCl bitterly. "Well Rood
iut-k!'
'l hun. t Ul.nll l'.A.l'M l.l
j ,,., hlln,
i Jerry, even If I have only seen
i him once. nut fl I fall, or
'course I shan't go back to Pcaelt
, Illooin and to your office. I'm
' not so utterly selfish as you
i think, Jerry."
j bho felt that she had told him
. good-bye forever, but cho was to
co him again that evening. She
;wns settling ber th'n-s ;i ht
section of tho Pullmiti car, and
listening, with rurlosly apathetic
ears, to her aunt's last minute
Instructions on how to play tho
love game, when Jerry Ma klyn
m charging breathlessly down
the aliwe.
, .env-thln this after-
noon." h. Panted. "Nearly broke
my neck and all the traffic law.
BeMag hor0' ""ro'' a l""0' nd
""l Z1 'IT
r, ?
you may find out. God know. I
1,01,0 yott Won'1' but " What lm
XMaMn ot ha,""M"- " !"
one ch,nCe ,h0,"",n, "
?.
formallon and instructions in tnis
letter will help you. Good-bye
again. and good luck!"
"Oh. Jerry, I'm so glad you
camo!" Flora t'artwrlght caroled
at him. "I'm all at loose ends
this evening not a thing In the
world to do. Shall we go some
where for supper and a d.inco or
two? Nice Jerry!" alio wheedled.
"Suro! Crest Idea!" Jerry
agreed, as If delighted.
Verj watched the two of them
Jerry's tall, broad flgnra with
Flora's small, dainty body as
close behind It as possible
hurrying down the nlnlo cf the
Pullman car, and for the aecond
tlino she know the sharp stub of
Jealousy.
(To lte Contlnuiil)
Vec-Vco reaches Minnetonka.
Will her dreams come true? Will
sho raptlvata the min who has
so completely captivated her?
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