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them, from behind the hut, there
stepped Sam Jack, as large as life,
his mouth stretched as wide as only
a Bahama negro's mouth can
"You're smart, Nabob," he grinned,
"but I guess I was too smart for you.
What'll I do with you now I got
"Lemmego!" yelled Nabob.
Sam Jack stooped over Nabob,
flourishing the knife which Nabob
had plunged into the dummy clothes.
Then he remembered their old part
nership and relented. He pressed
the spring and the trap flew open,
leaving Nabob's crushed hand free.
"Forgive me, Sam Jack!" whim
"That's all right, nigger," an
swered Sam Jack. "Say, that boat
of yours don't amount to much.
Come and be my pardner again."
Nabob stretched out his crushed
hand the two men's met.
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
If success came as easy as colds
WHAT HAS BECOME
STOP TOMORROW &tMj
A COUPCE Catv
THE BAKER WHO Put
UNA FW EXTBA'ROt-USt,
NOT EVEN A BAND ON THIS
STYLISH SPORTS HAT
The "sunlight hat" is what Peggy
Hoyt, milliner-extraordinary to the
smart femininity at Palm Beach,
calls this lovely sports hat of Yo San
silk. Those patches of gorgeous
color on crown and brim" represent
the royal crest of some ancient man
darin for the Chinese motive is the
thing that gives distinction to the
new spring bonnet
The drooping brim and untrimmed
crown is a hint to you to avoid the
befeathered and beribboned hat.
ODD, ISN'T IT?
Only 20 hunters killed in Wiscon
sin this season against 30 the year
before. Send up reinforcements
the spirit lags.