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DIDN'T GET THE TURKEY.
2. lr Mr ? . 'RW''' L Rusty Higgins: "Here's where my good luck comes In, an I geta Thanksgiving turkey." w (LA THE THIEF'S CLEVER RUSE. 1. "Ugh! Me heap big Injun! Whoop!" .Ivv- ml r. ....... s f ..?. f. 2. Rusty: "Holy smoke, but I'm up ag'in hard luck ag'in!" Drawbacki. There's no Thanksgiving day for future's far too murky For though she's glad that she has peace. It's not a piece of Turkey. A Vile Plot. Biggs I see the Georgia legislature is trying to abolish Thanksgiving. Boggs Is that so? Biggs Yes. Some one has introduced a bill prohibiting football. New York Journal. Iryl Kit cl- . O vy- . 5: v ,r . "R J P A 1 U2J U 7 JfJti 2. "Golly! Dat wuz de closest escape I dun had dis season!" New York Evening Journal. One Fellow's ThanksglTiiig. He offers thanks on bended knee, As he forgets the merry whirl; He sees how thankful he should be He didn't wed his summer girl. New York World. Billville ThanktgiTine. We take turkeys on subscription, but the trouble is the people who patronize us are opposed to raising them. Atlan ta Constitution. Turkey Reflection. "De turkey hab er heap o' human na ture in 'im," said Uncle Eben. ,"He likes to strut, but he ain" much real good tell circumstances takes an ax to 'im an makes 'iin stop it." Washing ton Star. Still Turlsey. The turkey was tough, but, thank the Lord, it was still turkey ! Billville Banner. Two ThankiglTlng Snakes. Henry Clay Snowball Won mah tur key shakin dice. Wha'd yo' git yo'n? G. Washington Johnson Won mine shakin roosts. New York World. A Georgia Delicacy. A southern contemporary says, "Pos sum stuffed with turkey is a Georgia Thanksgiving dish fit for the gods." Should there not be some stuffing inside the turkey also? Chicago Tribune. HE THOUGHT QUICKLY. SHE WHOLE C0X7NTBY IS HASPING ON IT TODAY. -Nw York Evening Telegram. Bandy: "Oh, policeman, yer sair need't in at the Black Bull yonder. There's a maist awfu' tect fc-aen on." Policeman: "Is 'Black Jock' there V Sandy: "Aye!" , Policeman: "And "Lang JUnmyT " Sandy: "Aye!" Policeman: "Ah, weel, I'm sorry, but I canna leave ma beat, ye ken." Moonshine. ' DOGGIE DOESN'T THINK. n mm 111 u,J. jbf- - kl s i, -j m ! Will t I II Earl Li: "Nice, pretty doggie! Detroit Journal- Poetic Justice. The long suffering turkey may find in the carnage of Thanksgiving day foot ball games a hint of poetic Justice. Chicago Times. Sad Tnoaghta. It's a great old world when the game is in reach, but a sad one when it roosts too high. Atlanta Constitution. Am Opinion Indorsed. "Whut folks orter do," said the oll colored man, "is ter try ter gib eb'ry body aroun 'em some 'scuse foh beia thankful." "Yes," replied Erastus PInkley, with emphasis, "da's whut dey orter, 'stid o' buyin new locks foh dah chicken coops." Washington Star. THE BAENYABD CONCEET. " ,Mll'i' "The speckled hen said. 'S-s-sh, s-s-sh!' very angrily." ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OP TURKEY, "I ain't a-goln to take no chances with them turks.' 1 I I? ii 1 111 I a. Tassahl I wan' er mons'oua big file." -New York Worli.