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weeks and months at a time for 18
and 20 hours out of the 24.
The government, thinking of that
day, said: "Here's land and water;
help yourself." Miller, with a vision
of tomorrow, showed the logical re
sult of the policy by carving the heart
out of a great state for his private
By H. M'. Cochran.
What's the use of having money
To buy all that you crave,
It holds you as a slave
And you don't have to save
There's lots of. joy in wanting things
And planning what you'd pay;
But you'd be robbed of planning thus
If riches came your way.
'Cause you could have and you could
Now what's the use of so mudh.
With millions laid away you'd fret '
And fuss and fume and scold, j
You'd wonder how much "more. you'd,
get, " !
You'd worry 'bout your gold, i
You couldn't own and boss it, too, .
The money'd have a,hdld on you:
There's lots ' of fun uvlaying 'way
Some money now, andthen.
In . planning for a .rainy day
You'd censure wtiat you spend.'
It makes you feelit's up totyou"
You lose or gain by what YOU do.
So, in the long run, pleasure goes
To men with patched up britches,
How true the saying, "You can't buy
Your ha'ppiness with riches."
"Papa, mamma says that one-half
the world doesn't know how the
other half lives."
"Well, she shouldn't blame jherself,
dear. It isn't her fault."
GIRL SWIMMER CHALLENGES
WORLD ,TO.sfx-MILE -SWIM
Miss Ivy '
who will '' - x
the world to
miles across, .
World's Fair. L