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The frost is on the pumpkin,
Thin ice is on the sea,
I haven't changed to heavies, so
Goose pimples cover me.
While touring the West a popular
actor lost a valuable dog and pro
ceeded to the office of the Whizzing
"I've lost a dog. I'd like to have
you insert this ad for me: 'Seventy
five dollars reward for the return of
a French bulldog, answering to the
name of Darwin. Last seen on Gold
dust Pike.' "
"We're just going to press," said
the editor, "but I calc'late mebbe we
kin hold the 'dition fer your ad."
After returning to the hotel the
owner of the dog decided it might be
best to add to his advertisement, "No
questions asked." He returned to
the office, only to find the place en
tirely deserted, save for a red-haired
youth, who sat gazing out of the win
dow. "Where is everybody?" asked the
"Gone t' hunt th' dawg," replied
The smallest electric dynamo in
the world has been exhibited before
the French Academy of Science. So
small is this dynamo that its base
would not occupy all the space on a
penny. The instrument is a perfect
miniature of a large machine, and is
a practical model in every respect It
works with a hum that sounds like
the buzz of a mosquito. A small
pocket battery will operate it.
"Nochanct. 'Tzonly happassevin.'
"Nix. Itza quotterta ate."
"Gwan. Wurrsya watch, smarti?'
"Do'nneeda watch. Hurdabell."
"Smatter witchaself ?"
"Me? Ike intakematime."
"Yop. Gotta ix kuse." "
"Nowunner ya sochesti."
And so forth,
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