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SIDE DOOR'S IN FRONT!
Yavapai, N. M. Saloons can open
side doors only here on Sundays But
Joe Geraghty hass't any door ex
cept the one in front, so he hangs out
a sign, "Side Entrance," in front, and
sets 'em up.
"It is very -wrong to frighten chil
dren!" said the school teacher.
fjji Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge, Ark.
Ml "And it's HnWft tn hn nliimh danerfir-
ous, too. Tuther day I came home
an.d foundy Rowdy, the baby, play
ing, beside a stOmp and slipped up
behind him and hollered 'Boo!' And
the little cuss whirled before you
could say .'Turkey!' and lammed
loose at me with my own gun, that I
"didn't know be had, and came near
blowing my fool head off!" Judge.
' HlSTORY IN 1916
A few years ago, about 1776, we
got into a fuss and swung the war
club because some "knab-the-kale"'
guy to put a tax on tea, etc.
Well, Norman, these days with
meat, leather, flour, clothes, butter,
eggs, potatoes and a few other unim
portant necessities whose prices are
rubbing snoulders with the, moon for
altitude honors, we put up a kick
that has as much kick to it as an eel
has hips. .
HER CURIOSITY AROUSED
HelenI heard you out there.
What was it Jack said, just before
leaving that tickled you so? a
Gertrude It wasn't anything he
said. deanJudge, j
Tea ME WHM
because it goes t-rom
y "HP" - Jtf-
When ijainting the floor of a roora
care should be taken not to Dalit
yourself Into a corner. This can be
avoided by painting in circles so that
you'll be left in the, middle.