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FOR "MISS COQUET" ONLY!
No one but the young coquet could
attempt to wear her hair in high
puffs and ringlets and hope to "get
away with it"
A switch or "rat" can be placed
under the puffs to make them appear
An old darkey was asked to take
tickets to a social event here. I asked
him what "not transferrable" meant
printed across the tickets. He
scratched his head a moment in
doubt and then cleared the problem
in these words: "It means dat no
gentleman am admitted 'less he
o o ,
When a man is obstinate it is called
firmness. When a Woman is firm it is
high and the addition of a fancy
comb will give the desired effect.
And, girls, you can see for yourself
how becoming the little curl at the
left ear is to "Miss Coquet"
(End of This Series.)
Thertotal wealth of the great state
of Texas is placed at $2,757,060,973
for 1915. Upon Jan. 1 Germany and
Great Britain will have squandered
,$20,000,000,000 on the war. In other
words the equiyalent of seven vast
and rich empires like Texas wiped
from the face of the earth! Stagger
ing figures, eh?
It seems- to be settled1 that Gary
gave that, dinner to those big politi
cians becausethey were hungry.
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