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An Uncommunicative Lot.
Several members of the gang have
been killed, but they have invariably
refused to furnish the police with in
formation. New York (N. Y.)
"(Jo to the ant, thou sluggard,"
But the sluggard answered "Nit"
With his watch he went to "Uncle"
And got two plunks on it
Before marriage he will hold her
hands for hours so they won't get
cold. But after why he won't even
buy ljer a pair of gloves. - 'Tis a cold,
An ice wagon may be slow, but it's
a poor thing to try to stop with a
motorcycle. Might be a cold proposition-
It is sometimes difficult to find a
good argument against a thing that
we know is wrong.
He uo quiet, aiiu uc ytb ntutc
He was very much alert
But he couldn't eat spaghetti
Without mussing up his shjrt.
We wish to take the curls out of a-
curly maple table. Can you tell us
how? D. D.
Sometimes if the curls are clipped
very jclose they will come in (or out)
What kind of a ring should I give
to my sweetheart? We are engaged.
T. T. L.
A round one.
A Washington suffraget says that
kissing and skirts will both be out of
fashion in 100 years. They always"
did have a habit of going together.
ARRIVEP QN TJAg
Turkish proverb: "Haste is Rer-I
missible in three things in getting"
a husband for your daughter, in
burying your dead and in setting)
food before your guests." And may-)
be they'll add a fourth in outruns
ning a Bulgarian.
Cheer up, fellow editors! 'Author
ess Mrs. Baillio Reynolds says that
"the man. who is generally attractive)
is the man to be shunned by the
woman whc; d.esres. a happy, iQm.c't
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