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WHAT'S THE REASON?
!AHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT
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AND ANTICIPATES NO
TROUBLE IW SETTING
ANU MAKES UP tilS MIND
TO BUY A SCftPUPO RAZOTV-
WttAT'S THE REASON
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DIARY OF FATHER TIME
Those Boston and New York girls
who are carrying swager sticks may
have some other reason for doing so
than to protect themselves from
mashers. Many ingenious attempts
have been made to increase the use
fulness of the walking stick. Sticks
containing a sword were common
enough, I remember, in less peaceful
times, and some were even made to
Henry VIII, for instance, had a
stick containing three matchlock pis
tols and a clumsy affair it was. "More
recently sticks have been fitted with
snuff boxes, scent bottles, watches,
compasses, spirit flasks, and even
telescopes. A decade or so ago there
was a craze for a stick, the handle
of which unscrewed and formed a
Brookhaven, L. I., asserts that it is
the richest township in the world.
In its three banks farmers have $16,
000,000 on deposit. The per capita
wealth of the residents, counting
man, woman and child, is $1,500.
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Customer And do you guarantee
these trousers all wool? Ikey Veil,
thir, I von't detheive yer the but
tonth ith brath.