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AW WHATS THE USE _____________ As the Old Saying Goes-"aIgnorance Is Bliss"
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t PAN WOLD COME. AIID TAKEME IN HIS MANLY
AND FLY WITH ME To A CASTLE OF LODE
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SERE'S the housing problem
Hl Nthin' but high rents hig
San' cares, but why kitck Let's
b ck to the ways of our sturdy
s and live in the caves.
we've got to face all this
discontent. Everybody get
uried, gettin' divorced, get
married again, getta' divorced
an' the whole trouble could
topped by nobody gettian' mar
Sat all. Then we've got the
w. le with children-aothid' but
"an' sacrifice-well, let the peo
C decide not to have any chil
Really, there isn't a con
,,mded thing right with the whole
arld, so why not stop it? Can't
e done? Boy, we're in a fix.
maybe we'd better not waste time
P- king. Then we'd have time
W is things up.
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
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I wonder if the man's alive, that's got a perfect score, in
pleasin' all the critics that his life is flashed before? It's true
our dear Redeemer lived a short, though perfect span.. ..
But critics pierced his lovin' heart, as brutal humans can... .
This land or our'n has shed its blood, that
peoples might be free. We seized our swords'
an' bayonets, an' said, "It's got to be t" We
sent our dashing boys abroad, an' crushed the
monster's might, and now, we hear the critics howl, "They
never done it right t"
Facts is-a lot of Dervishes, in editorial guise, that spends
their time promotin' all the
politician's lies. . .. . They
occupy a velvet seat. an' shake
their loaded dice-they'd criti
cize the angels, if the devil had
the price I
Many colege youths y ow lok
forward to abeadoning the Medge
hamaer for an easy berth ea the foot
lotwithstandlfn the popularity ef
sports in Philadelphia, the Quake
elty Is by far the largest dty In this
country without a modern athletle
Young Corbett the former champlao
featherweight, who recently returned
to his hase at Denver, has opened a
gymnaJum and training quarters for
bers In tthat cdty.
Joe Murphy, ezColumbus high
school all-rnd athlete sad more r
catly a meaber of the famous Centre
college foetba team, Is to become
director of athstles at the Danville
"There's one thing I don't like about
"He doesn't give his wife any credit
for his success."
"He couldn't very well do that. She
didn't marry him until be was In a
position to give her the luxuries to
which she had been accustomed."
"Last Tuesday evening," writes Mirs
. M., "we were sitting on the piazza
when mother remarked: 'I wonder
why the mosquitoes are so bad to
"'I guess you've forgotten, ma,' said
my brother who is full of fun. 'It's
the first of the month, and every aem
presents their bills, you know.*"
TOO MUCH FOR HIM
let Germ--What' wrong with
ind GeMs-h heavens; ees of
then Internal Cotlee has gettem en
blg E Iers- Thereds no e
spomlag bere. These potatoes bhav
to manw eyel.
A CLOSED DOOR
S Seo-4ule's a dosed door to me
e Iwr d liko to ulock it I
e-T4ry th ple keys.
am INS MI * CO
s- ' I4DU Se CoU e•Nno
at "No 'Ea M gcose o TN.
W w m e w aO
Tiger of France is With U s L
Georges Clemenceau, The Tiger of France and the great W
Tower so New York. Below--s receptuon at City Ha1 Park, N.
YANKEE YOUTH RAPIDLY COMING
O THE FORE IN AMERICAN GOLF
In reviewrag the open championshltp m te united States, Barold Hite
British critic, says: "This Ameriasn champTonshipg hr proved to be i verltablo
trlimph for youth, n Gea e SaraTen i ja Fbout the same gre as the boy
woader from Atlanta, twenty-one, rand pecallar to ay, the man wbo led with
Bobby Jones for second position, rohn Black, has passed more yar on this
earth than the two of them put together bave.
"But there can be no doubt that ln the rtates yeoth develops much more
rapidly than It does n the nglish dimate, p ad a boy e ed motees or eighteem
rppeurs to be as well developed, both mentally abd physeally, au a boy eb
twenty over f arta
"The late Fred Herreshods i p lalag in the Amerdicm rmetear ebtm
plosarlp when he was a school bay, rod be reached the inal ro.nd t Baltt
sorBl when e was only steen years I of ate, but Bobby Jones was eer
oegerap than this when he Arst took pcrt e, champnoyship as this ountry ind,
itbl h e bwhe t wot r r tsh entl b, bae hel c matde a bin show la It *
Armour at Capital h
Talking of Merge
J. Ogden Armour is shown here
as he left the Department of Agri
culture in Washington after con
ferring with Government officials
regarding a big merge of Meat
Packing Houses. The Farm Bloc
will oppose it.
Tells President of
This picture of Gov. Jobhn Parka
of Louimsiana was takes s e left
the White Home after tellig Pres
ident Harding of the Ku Klus
Kla's amasing growth is his tate
and ito Conerol thesuh
A BACK NUMBER
Her Pather-Yea'd bette he sead
to young loewboy. He's a line el.
low-plenty of here semnse. ,
Sally speedup-Herle sense went
help these days. He doesn't knew
a radlator from a spark plug.
sen Miss Grare, "I wear, you
My wristwatch *remes my aelk;
I do It by request, becase
The town clock s a wreck."
A Tolling Streke.
The hare easily caught up with the
tortoise. "Well, old man, you're not
much of a runner, are you?' he
"No," admltted the tortoisel. "'Tm
not, I think I'll try for the crew. Yaou
see, I'm quite at home In the shebL""
e Bluebeard-You have the freedom
y of the entire house ezceptlfg the
Lth dloset. This, you must never enter.
is His EIbghth Wife-Do you mean to
keep an entire closet for youarself wher
r I havea't room to hang half my th(agat
t Chanoe to Oberve.
"There's one thing about the naew
tu "What, for Istace?'
e "1 never realiseld before there were
ad, so many god-looklg grls lan this
Henry W. I'eck--Well, I bought out
the business today and now I'm my
His Wife-Yes, during business
Flora-This is my twenty-secod
birthday. Aren't you going to congrat
Fauna-Indeed I am. You don't
look a year older than when you weM
Ma-I think we'd better call Decin
Jones. Freddy has a severe paln In
Pa-Oh, pahaw l He's had that w
Ma-Tess but never ona day wbe
e's free from school
CAUSE AND EFFECT
¶'hat's old Duna-Drowne's wlis
loft him wben he'd lost all hig tomago
H"Bow'd ho loe It'
ishe spent It all."
q thin dikret tealgt, omaetrhing
"R'-;ll right ear Iet' say Ieigg
Verb. H e _ _
be a streot e
et I im et al au heslal -eS
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