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A PATHETIC LOSS
My Tennessee diamond-back rat
tler, Bob, has left -bis usual haunts
in my feed barn, 4th and Pickering,
and, being -worth more than half a
dozen cats in a feed barn, I "will
cheerfully pay a reward for his cap
ture. One fang is extracted; the
other is broken off within half an
inch of jawbone. He Is 3 feet 7y2
inches long; five rattles, no button.
Should you find Bob, do your best
to get him in a box of some kind, then
call 40 or 150 either will get me
and I will come at once. Want Ad.
in Mena (Ark.) Star.
A GOOD REASON
"I think that women ought to
'Lhave the ballot"
I "Do they really want it?"
i "They must want it. Some of
hem are working so ardently for
-suffrage that they are paying abso
lutely no attention to dress." Kan
sas City Journal.
During a marriage ceremony Id
Scotland recently the bridegroom,
looked extremely wretched, and he
got so fidgety, standing first on one
foot and then on the other, that the
"best man" decided to find out what
the trouble was.
"What's up, Jack " he whispered.
"Ha'e ye lost the ring?"
"No," answered' the uphappy one,
with a woeful, "the ring's safe
enough; but, man, I've lost my en
thusiasm." Boston Transcript.
A GOOD IDEA
The Daily Chronicle on the latest
"It will also be equipped with a
quick-firing gun, which disappears
when the vessel is submerged."
This is far the best arrangement;
it would never do for it to be left
floating where any passerby could
pick.it up. Punch.
"Aren't you sorry now you killed
the poor, harmless reptile, Johnny?"
"Yes'm; I could have had a lot of
fun with it at school."
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