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A SCRAMBLED CANDIDATE! CAN YOU HELP
Here is a scrambled picture of a man who may be our next president.
Can you unscramble it? Cut the moustache, nose, etc., from the interior
of the head outline. Paste the head outline on a piece of cardboard, then
paste in the moustache, nose, etc., where they belong.
CYNIC STUFF (Very Easy to Write)
Most women marry because there
isn't much money in working for
wages; most men marry because
they are in love with love. In either
case it's tough on the Other Party.
No man was ever bored by a red
haired wife; her latest vice is the
Placid Pace. (We know.)
The quince is an unpopular fruit
because it is so little known. Moral:
Don't try to be a success without a
REGULAR STEADY GUY
Triplets, two girls and a boy, were
born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson,
who live a short distance north of
Neosho, on Wednesday of last week.
Mr. Johnson is a miner and works at
Granby, coming home every night
Neosho, Mov Times.