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' captain of the 1917 Ohio State foot
Inability of any amateur catcher
to hold Charley Febns, a lv-year-ld
Ripley, 0., boy, has forced him into
the majors and he luis" signed -with
the Cincinnati Reds.
In his last amateur ball game Feb
ris struck out 19 batsmen, but his
steam was s6 great, it is reported in
Ripley, that the catcher couldn't hold
the boy's delivery, but only knocked
down the balls and got 19 assists, a
world's record, by throwing the run
ners out at first.
ALL 'ROUND TOWN
"I get The1 Day" Book because it's
like some of the highly popular and
widely-advertised bread here in Chi
cago it has that nutty flavor every
An ad man gets this off his chest
and then says he has .some live gos
sip for the housewives who1 buy
breakfast foods. It runs this way:
"Not seing anything about it in
the regular papers, I thought it might
interest your readers that the two
fataous- breakfast-food Kellogg
'brothers of Battle Creek, Mich., are
fighting each other again. About ten
years ago. Dr. J.-H. Kellogg -and his
brother, W: K, Kellogg, came to the
parting of the ways and busted, up
partnership. Dr. J. H. ran a sani
tarium. W. K formed a breakfast
food company and built a big factory
and spent $8,000,000 for advertising.
His brother, J. H., began making and
selling bran, oats and health food.
"Every once in a while one of the
brothers filed suit against the 6ther
over the use of the family name of
Kellogg. The latest is a suit by J. H.
against W K to stop W. K from
putting" out a product called Kel
"There that ought to make a
good story for your little book with
the nutty flavor.'" j
Peace on Earth, Good Will to Man,
Women and Children.
We can't see our way clear to leave
the women and children out of that '
Cheer up, everybody!' If prices
ever go down, the things you can
afford to eat once more will be no
velties. We've' got a hunch that the real
Christmas feeling begins when your
shopping is finished.
Boycotting eggs may be all rightj.
but we think we have a better way:
Educate the blooming hens.
All of England's authors and liter
ary lights are in favor of prosecuting
the war to the limit.
They don't fight!
Peace doesn't appeal to the so
called War Brides.
While peace of the household va- .
riety DOES appeal to most any other
kind of a bride.
Wheat drops 8 cents on peace talk,
says market report.
If it keeps on going down, 'will
bread also drop in price?
Not so yo'u could notice it. When
the big dealers get a price up they
like to keep it there.
Miss Ermma Carry ot Lake snore
drive has picked war nursing in pre
ference to delving into Chicago so
Ermina prefers the smell of gun
powder to that of smelly face pow- ,
der. ' . A
Incidentally, we think the young
lady is pretty wise for a recent de
The eggs in Tom and Jerry have
been getting too flip in price, so
Thomas and Jeremiah have advanced '
in price. Horrors!
New York. J. D. Rockefeller to
give $500,000 to Young Women's
Christian ass'n national foundation
if it can complete its $1,500,000 fund
by securing $157,000 more.
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