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Kara van ot Kurios in the sueel iau
Is buzzing with preparations for the
morrow. All the freaks consider it a.
great joke on the public, only the
Bearded Lady acting cynical and the
Pat Girl glooming over her knitting.
Poof thing, I mean the latter, her
married life' must make her pessimis
tic. As to the Bearded Lady, his
grouch is because I refused his fair
hand in marriage.
The Admiral and I had to go get a
marriage license, to make the affair
strong, although it wasn't to be used.
A beautiful picture it made. I had to
lift the Admiral to the license desk to
sign his name.
On account of him being an Ad
miral (I think he must have com
manded a gravy boat or something)
it's going to be a novel wedding
with the Mermaid as bridesmaid arid
music by the Silo Siding Marine
band. After which we will hold a re
ception in the Katzenjammer Castle
and go on a wedding journey on the
(Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper
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Columbus, O. Cats-high-brow
cats can 'make you a living. Take
the word of Mrs. John W. Paylor, Col
umbus, O., for it. She knows, for
she's just moved into a comfortable
new house for which she paidXwith
"cat money." "I started this business
about a year ago with one cat," says
Mrs. Paylor. "Last Christmas I sold
142 kittens for Christmas gifts. I get
as high as $850 a pair for some of
my cats. Everybody likes cats, and
every cat lover wants a classy, high
bred cat. That's why I'm able to build
a new house."
CHICKEN LIVEr' AND. BACON
Slice the chicken livers not too
thin. Cut bacon in small squares. Put
a slice of bacon on a couple of tooth
picks or small skewers, then a slice .
of liver, until about eight pieces are
on each skewer. Put into skillet. Al
low to heat, turning on all sides. Add
one quarter cup of water. Cover and
steam for ten min.utes. Remove cover
and brown slightly. Serve very hot.