'•'P,, in the midst of the advice you were bim you broke off and 1 hurried awav'"'* '"that's what I did." "But he was deferentially to all you had to t'a v " " You. bet he was! I never had a ir.an listen to me that deferentially .-hat he didn't try to touch me for a quid before I t "You defy me, do you!" hissed the witch. Tl«e nictirr'trembled. "'Twill be worse for. you. I will cause fortune to rain :v pex-fi-cr, "shower of se'.d' upon you, and then " -Then what?" gospel the victim. "Andthan the inisimo tax 'collector " With u shriek of afioro' th» uiclinr tu«.«d and fled.
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