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- I ii TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1900. 4 i j J L-"T'3 Li 11 Li Li OP3 FUN ON THE WHEEL. GRIM FOREBODINGS. IT "KNOCKED" HIM. i v i "5y V C.jcT Suffern Mekeley: 'WeH, well, It can't be changed. I B'pose. All day long II V 1 1 I j she's at the parrot to talk and at me to shut up!" "yv T - vje Colonel of Volunteers: "Have you ordered enough wagons for possible men who may get weak durlns the marchr . HJ H Sfc ii m sj' 1 V -" i:r- I- 'Zz1 Sergeant: "You bet! I've got wagons enough for the whole regiment." Meggendorfer Blatter. . ! L-A 1 grl 5 1 I lWt SPEECHES TO BE LIVED DOWN. ' lV ' 44 ii$mYwMm? u-- f 'VTlv fh - ' 4. i 4"'-"-' 'l ' V J K' -- QEEAT SIINDS, ETC. : he saw m -- - ---;.T-JiV-"-a a?.Wk fcZP llv ': Mr. Marsh: "I've just, had quite a long chat with your three charming Httla girls, Mrs. Roope.", - ift" ? Af .', J Mrs' RoP": "Not mine, Mr. Marsh. I have no children." ? a ' r-'VlV iT J0Jr&'SyZ Mr. Marsh (very surprised): "No chll-. Ar you sure?" JJf s5" ' ' Y jmWiJm fr -truly distressing. . I , Vw ' . P I Ii " ' The Don "Great Scott! Is that what evolution is going to rtr I.iwlt i; XO. csasi - I ! Voice From Above: "Bring the candle up, John, love." John: "Whish one, m dear ? Toung Mr. Jones has Just spent $10 on a beautiful bouquet for Miss Smith and intended to propose after present ing it. On arriving at her house be beheld the above. New York Evening Journal. Old Bloggs (apropos of conversation t'other side): "Well, I wonder If I talked such blamed silly nonsensa when I was his age?"