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A LITTLE TOUCH OF HONOLULU MAKES A
STRIKING SIGHT ON PALM BEACH SAND
Hawaiian sunshacb, such as Mrs.
FrankjHenderson is shown carrying,
' in vogue among Palm Beach re-sorters.
LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT
King George of England closes his
eyes when asleep.
President Poincare of Prance
wears a different shoe on each foot.
In shaking hands President Wilson,
habitually uses the right hand.
Paricho Villa hasn't had a facial
massage since he lost his job as gen
eral. When gdlfing, John D. Rockefeller
never plays the nineteenth hole.
Emma Goldman never voted the
A FINE COMBINATION
The Buck Creek K of P. lodge will
give an oyster and ice cream supper
Saturday, evening at their hall. Also
a free lecture on "Disease of Swine,"
by F. V. Hawkins of Indianapolis.
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