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"the. delegates at large to vote for
president, as he had biggest vote,
Taft managers came back with
another gallery plaj; and said
they didn't want delegates as
charity, but "would "contest and'
prove by recountthat Taft men
were elected. '
New Hampshire, state coreyen-
,ion today ratified recent prefer
ence primary andelecteddelega-
tion instructed for. President
Pennsylvania state contention,
-which begin? today, is in hands
of RooseveltTnen. Senator Boise
Penrose is taking count along
There area couple of old ante-
serving in one of the governpient
f these twa aid 'fellows like.noth-
K ing better than to "get together"
now and then "and talk over
"times befor' de war."
On one occasion Uncle Job ob
served that "de ole-marster I had
befdr' de wah was a genTmah
sho' enough." 1
"Yo' bet dey was high toned
g'ettTmen in dem days," was his
" vr ..-i.."' n: : j
hcle Job. "How well I remem-
ers time aft time asr'iif mv ole
1 fnarster kicked me off de front
iteps an a minute arterward hie
ifad done plumb- forgit all about
E Dey ain't no mo' sich'gen l'men
-jowadays." Harper's, ,
of the type that
' QTi--' '
"Two ole catl Come on kids,
choose, first hat." "Next for
V mineK '
"Here's a rock fenfirt it's
Sign of Spring Tw,(pQJe Cat.
"Aw, I wasn't out atalU
Never touched me with the ball."
"Vfje rll e-.rftM rrr. 1o,r Grit'
"Call 'that fbul say, thafs the
K .worst-" .
"Aw,, play ball stop yet blat!"
Signxf Spring Two 'die Cat.
Though Tve grown up talfand
I remember when I played,.
When, in fact saj ih'ds-, let ME
Join your gameawhilel Oh, Gee!
No, I ain't too big and fat."
Sign of Spring Two 'Ole Cat'
"Remember that politeness
costs nothing," said -the "ready
"I've heard that told," replied
Mr. Cuhirox,- "but I never saw
Adil) TUU ttcvo
any gratis politeness from a tfead
. "Well.sn't'it a
TUU gV UiQV Al,i ou
cafcVhis o'ffice a