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AND DODGE TIME'S
goes to bed- a little later, for'he has
to keep the school children out of his
barley patch. But he makes it up the
next morning and takes his beauty
sleep till .noon.
"Yes, plenty of sleep is the thing,"
said Frank, "that, and not being pes
tered with a wife. The kid there
(pointingjto Joseph) had a wife once,
and I expect to outlive him by 20
The two Lewis boys are hale and
hearty after a life at sea. They are
comfortably fixed and the getting
ahead fast by the saving of two meals
a day and fuel and lights.
Coming & Going.
Ever & Anon.
"Worse & Worse.
Neatness & Dispatch.
- Rough & Ready.
Beer & Skittles.
Fine & Dandy."
Rank & Pile.
- ;. Blood & Thunder.
-1 Neck & Neck.
-, Far & Near,
MUST HAVE FELT FUNNY
-Upper, Frank Lewis, 97, and Below,
His Brother, Who is 94.
. Oakland, Cal. The best way to
dodge Time's scythe is to sleep, ac
cording to Frank and Joseph Lewis,
two ancient mariners who are snooz
ing out their peaceful life at their
Frank is- 97 and- his brother 94.
The two attribute their longevity to
thefact that they each sleep 18 "My head hurts. Do you think I
hours a day. Frank hits the hay at could have brain fever?" '
3 p. m. and arises at 10 a. m. Joseph L 'Not if your whole head hurts." -
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