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LAST PAYDAY SCENE TILL COAL STRIKE IS SETTLED
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The upper photograph shows coal miners of Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
in their ''Sunday best," waiting at the pay station for the last money
they will draw from the operators, till the strike is ended.
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tOld Doc Brom, the sweet sing
er jf Peoria, sent in a batch of
stuff this morning. Here it is:
-Pip and mumps
Is spread by fleas p
' Too bad they do not
f Spread ideas.
To have and to give
:Why, that's to live!
: Things might be worse
I ain't been jailed.
JAnd I hear the prune crop
- "Has notiaUed. . - --
I'll keep on saying Life is Sweet
As long as I have grub to eat.
There are no words
That bring such pain
To small boy hearts
As "safe and sane. V
Guegs that old saying about '
when thieves fall out honest men
get their due, applies to politic
ians as well. If all that the can
didates say about one another is
true the people have a lovely
"ttujich-to pick from. " ,
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