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"Is life worth living?" asks an
Illinois preacher. It would be if
Sunday? rolled around as quickly
as Monday mornings.
MORE TO THE POINT.
Sharp What in the world are
Mrs.Sharp What am I do
ing? ilm sowing the seeds of en
lightenment to poor down-trodden
Sharp Well, instead of sow
ing any more seeds you'd better
go home and sew some buttons on
LET HIM HAVE IT
Write to Rev. Elmer V. Huffer
of Denver, it's coming to him.
He preached that old maids
should be isolated on an island
"so they could not hinder the
progress of civilization." Helen.
Gould has told him that if she
had been able to find a suitable
helpmate she might not be spend?
ing.her millions as well as she is.
Miss E. L. King, a beloved old
maid of Monterey, Cal., has writ;
ten him that she supports invalid
relatives, and if she could find the,
right, broadminded man sfie
might marry him.
Write to Rev. Huffer your opin
ions, ye maids of 27 and on?
wards. Any man who advocates
putting girls by themselves on an
island has something coming to
him. With premeditation and in
tent we give his address. Roast
him to your last postal card with
plenty of postscripts.'
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