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I PAID A VISIT TO THE
AND FORTY CENTURIES
-HESMII-ED AT ME AND
SAID "8Y JINKS -
DID THEY STRA.IN
TO MAKE MEGRIM But
AU IN VAIN.
'I'VE SEEM A LOT -OF
AND -HEARD A HEAP OF
? -1 .
PUT, WHEN YOU CAME-
OH flEJ-P ME JOHN
THAT ,SI6N YOU CARRY
MAKE5 ME YAWNV
3) A -
THE HORRID MAN!
Dora And so you quarreled?
. Lallie Yes, and I returned alf his
presents, and what do ou think he
did? , " "
Dora Something horrid, I'm sure.
"Lallie He sent me half a dofcen
boxes of face powder, with a note,
explaining that he thought he had
taken' as much as that home on his
coat since he first met me.
AND ANOTHER FOURTH
Bacon I see about one-fourth of
the area of the U. .S. is still covered
JSgbert And another fourth by
"Eddie," said mother sternly, "you
should not fight wittt that Jimson
"I know it, ma," said Eddie peni
tently. "That's right And when did you
"About a minute after I hit him."
--Ladies Home Journal.
TiemerTSchepel of Holland, Mich.,
has the distinction of being one year
older than his grandmother. Sche
pel's grandfather, Thomas Vanden
bosch, toek qut a license to wed Miss
Gertrude- Nyboer. Vanderbosch is
72 ears old and his bride is 19.