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tion of Lilliputians, sa)s pre Hen
ry M. FxeidmanT of New York,
unlessrwe quit 'reeding hip: minds
and'Httle bo'dies.. Saj doc Have
j'ou seen the rest'of us outside of
f Searchlight of 90.Q0Q,0Q0 can
dlepower, visible -for 1 1 . miles,
placed ojti bank roofin Monteyi
deoUaguay. .kAnd still some of
Us- think that South America isan
uncivilized wilderness. .
'"We think of false-'1 teeth" and
elaborate brfdge,-wciirk as modern
b'Ut history" shows that dental
work of that sort was done six or
seven centuries before Christ.
Fire fosses in the U. S. average
$57,000 for every hour, $950 for
every minute, $16 tor every tick
of the clock, every day in the
year. It would almost pay to have
fire proof buildings, wouldn't it?
Illinois boy, publishing an
amateur magazine, offers Presi
dent Taft $2.50 to write an arti
cle on golf. Bright boy! He got
lots of advertising, 'whether he
gets- the article or not.
"Chickens, 19 cents per pound."'
And down in New Orleans they
have a single incubator which has
'a 6000-egg capacity.