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HAVE YOU PAID YOUR ELECTION
Croveport, III. Otto Flowers owes
Harry Obert, lrveryman, a ride of 13
miles in a wheelbarrow from this city
to Columbus, because he bet on
. BOUND TO GET MARRIED
A young factory hand and his girl
went to get married. They got as
far as the church, when he found out
he had not enough money to pay the
, wedding fee. The clergyman would
not marry them, saying, "No money,
So the gyrl asked would he wait
till she went" home for the money.
The clergyman said "Yes."
In a little while the girl returned
with the money and the knot was
The girl now said to the clergy
"Can anyone oppose our union?"
x To which he replied: "Nobody, my
daughter. Heaven bless you."
The girl said: "Then there's the
pawn ticket for your hat and coat,
which I took from the vestry and
Collapse of his reverence.
If a peacock had a tall like a guinea
f pig it wouldn't be quite so attractive
P a bird.
Until the year 1545 it was the cus-j-
torn of the Norwegians to start in
' cutting a loaf of bread at the other
A Kansas scientist has invented a
fleece-lined pipe so' hard water going
through comes out soft at the other
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"You are eoine to say something
soulful," declared the fiance. "I see
it in your lovely eyes."
"What I was going to say is this,"
responded the fiancee: "Won't you
wear a rubber band around your haad
at night, so as to train your ears not
to stick out?" '