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LINING UP FOR A PEACE BLOCKADE
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This picture of a fleet formation
shows how a great line of battleships
blockage a coast to insure the peace
of the inhabitants in the presence of
an enemy. The ships are American.
A CALENDAR OF VERSES
Monday '8 verse is pretty punk;
Tuesday's verse is mostly bunk;
.Wednesday's finds the meter lame;
Thursday's theme is trite and tame;
Saturday's a dreary drawl;
Sunday there's no verse at all!
Six days' printing of postage
stamps placed end to end would
reach from New York to San Francisco.
"Say, Rastus, what boat was daf
made ajandin' heah a while ago7"
"Ah, dunno. Ah didn't turn man.
head to look."
"Why, yo' uffless rascal, amt yo
got no cufiosity about boats'"
"Not when Ah hears de mate calBix
fo' mo' hands to unload cotton, Ah