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"KICKIN' THE BUTCHER'S HOUN'
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The bad little boys in this ol' town
Are always pullin' my sausage down;
I don't care if it was a houn'
. They gotta quit pullin' my sausage down.
She Got the Trip.
The story is going round about
the woman who wanted a rather
expensive summer holiday this
"Jane' said her husband, im
pressively, "I'd like you to go this
trip. I know you want to go. and
jl'd be-glad tovlet you go E mean,
of course, I'm glad for your sake.
But the fact is, I simply can't do
it. Next week, I have to pay up
an I. O. U. and I can't spare a
Jane looked him up and Jane
looked him down.
."- "Very well, John." she said;
L"very well. H you think the man
.who holds your L O. U. tan-make
it hotter for you -than I
very well !
She got her holiday ! Tit-Bits.
Dr. Henry Smith Williams au
thor of "The Science of Happi
ness", says he thinks the habitual
use of wine has been-the prime'
factor in stunting the Latin races.
Toledo woman wants to know
if it's right to throw boiling water
on her husband's affinity. Better
try keeping the coffee and wheat
cakes hot instead.
Dr. Wiley says "in the futuie
we'll have no diseases. That will
be tough on the fellow who wants
an excuse to go to a ball game, v
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