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HERE'S A "JACK JOHNSON" GUN
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This is one of the monster Austrian siege guns which, because of its
size and power, has been named "Jack Johnson" by the British soldiers.
These guns were used by the Germans in bombarding Namur, Maubeurg
HAVRE DE GRACE HUNCHES
One Havre de Grace disciple of
Izaak Walton says the poorest place
to get a cork for a float when you go
fishing is out of the mouth of a jug.
An old Havre de Grace gentleman
says he wishes that a slice of bread
and molasses tasted as good to him
now as it did when he was 7 years
When a Havre de Gracean tells you
that he is awfully sorry that he
couldn.'t keep his appointment with
you the day before try hard to be
lieve him. Havre de Grace (Md.)
WHY HE LOST HIS JOB
"I want to buy some rubber hose,"
So spake the lady shopper fair.
"Why don't you try a pair of those7"
The clerk said, showing her a pair
Of white embroidered with old, old
"That ought to make the neckers
stare." Peoria Journal.
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