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Then sudden idea struck him. "Why, to-day is the Fourth of July, "he thought, "and make make a that is a fine I gingerbread man, such think as I I will used to and put it in the shop window to attention. These Americans like enterprise, in attract a National Holiday. " With Monsieur Jules, to think was to act, and scarcely had he spoken these words when he began to gather his material together for a great batch of For he resolved that the man gingerbread dough. he was about to fine enough to make should be arouse the big enough and wonder of all be- holders.

Then sudden idea struck him. "Why, to-day is the Fourth of July, "he thought, "and make make a that is a fine I gingerbread man, such think as I I will used to and put it in the shop window to attention. These Americans like enterprise, in attract a National Holiday. " With Monsieur Jules, to think was to act, and scarcely had he spoken these words when he began to gather his material together for a great batch of For he resolved that the man gingerbread dough. he was about to fine enough to make should be arouse the big enough and wonder of all be- holders.

Upon and John Dough did not want Therefore his enemies must not find him. They were no safer to meet with than the awful woman who wanted to cut him into slices; and he was learning, by degrees, that all enemies to him, although he men were dangerous had himself the form of a man. He the bakery and stole out into the street once more, walking now in the opposite direction left from that taken by the Arab and the Grograndes. As he hurried along he met with few people on the streets; and these, in the dark, paid little attention his spirits to the gingerbread man; so gradually rose and his confidence in his future returned.

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