THE ONLY WAY.
Two townsmen vho wove staying at a /arm in the country -wro .i-mg their best to harness a horse. _ It was their lir.n attempt, and neither of them knew much about it. I'hen- chief diffioukv lav in adjusting the bit. trie horse making" not the leas: response i" their overture?. ••Well.'' said one of t'"-"> men. "mere-a. rnly on* thins k*,/-'- 1 —< r a:t. " Wait for what ?"' , ( "Wait for tho wretched l>en?& to yawn. _ .\:~ v . "You s:iv -'■;*"- only part-in II y_ re-r-i'rrr'd" rour aftec'ncn " Clarence: "Yes: sfle returned ali rh<? Jovr J.etters, but—but retained all the jewellery."
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THE ONLY WAY., Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
THE ONLY WAY. Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
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