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The Topeka state journal. [volume] (Topeka, Kansas) 1892-1980, October 18, 1900, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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A beave eitoet. HINTS TO BEGINNERS IN BIG GAME HUNTING.
"Oh, that poor kitty! The awful dog will kill It!"
Chimmie: "Never fear, kind lady. Don't you see I'm holding him?" Scrlb
ner's. IIXUSTEATED PHRASE.
RUSHING THE KHAN."
-New York World.
'MISSIS' HAT!"
SHE HAD TO MISS -IT.
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TThsre are you gclns In suofi a hurry? I've Just heard story about th
Woman next door to you, and"
'e&r mat I w Just rushing to catch th train, hut now I'll miss it,"
In stalking the rhinoceros, some authorities say get as near the animal as possible. Others say don't.
KISSING DONE IN SMOKE.
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IV.
Tommy's Jolce.
Mother Tommy, what makes you so
late?
Tommy Had some words with the
teacher, and she kept me in after
school.
Mother Tou had words with the
teacher?
Tommy Yes, mother. I couldn't spell
'em. Tit-Bits.
He Knew Her.
Mr. Henpeck Are you the man who
spoke impatiently to my wife?
Strangei- Yes, sir.
Mr. Henpeck Then you are either a
lunatic or a hero. Baltimore American.
V.
LATTER DAY CHIVALRY.
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Sporting Second (to prostrate fighter): "Hit him only once more! You've got him licked good."
Prostrate One (feebly) : "Then let the poor beggar go his way In peaoo. No ona'll ever be able to say of me that I
hit a man as waa already licked."
THE DENOUNCING DOG; A TALE OF THE CUSTOMS.
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THE CADDIE'S EEVENGE.
1. "You keep your distance!" said
Charles Freshly to the caddie, and
gave him a few belts with his golf
Btick.
2. "All right, uuv!" murmurc-d th
caddie. "You'd better have tipped
me to keep away from you and your
gal. As it is, p'r'aps this etjg'll do
some good to you!"
3. Yes, reader, that caddie had
placed an egg not too fresh, either
in place of Charles' golf ball. So,
naturally, when
4. Charles wanted to show his
girl how well he could drive this la
what happened. "B-r-r-r! Ila, hal
Revengel" murmured tba caddla.

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