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' AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
K a full sized frog could hop ,2 5-8 1
inches in- 1-25 of a second, by hop
ping 24 hours a day he could hop
from San Francisco to New York in
(all right, children, that's your
A Des Moines man has discovered
noise can be extracted from soup by
not putting any water in it and serv
ing it dry. " y
A man with a head as bald as a
billiard ball can keep his derby from
sliding by chalking his dome.
Hunters fool ducks with a horn
that quacks like a duck but no such
method is used when hunting clams.
A hammer is very seldom used
when repairing fish bowls.
It is advisable before looking out
of a street car window to look out
and see if a car is coming.
String beans are not very valuable
for tying purposes.
-a ' WHY HE SUBSCRIBED
A collector of subscriptions for the
brass-band fund once came across a
farmer who was noted for his mean
ness. To his surprise the farmer at
once consented to subscribe fully as
large a sum as any he had yet re
ceived. "Mr. Hardfist," he said, addressing
the farmer, "you are surely very fond
of music to give so much."
"Oh, yes," said the farmer; "they're
grand for scaring the crows from ma
'taties when they're practisin', an' I'm
MUST HAVE FLOORED HIM
A kindergarten teacherv entering a
street-car saw a gentleman whose
face seemed familiar and she said,
He seemed somewhat surprised
and she soon realized that she had
spoken to a stranger.
Much confused, she explained:
"When I first saw you I thought you
were the father of two of my chil
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"What made the trouble for- the
original Inhabitants of America was-
"Yes," replied Mr. Chuggins, "and
what is making the trouble for the
modern Inhabitants is gasoline."
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