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SHE HAD IT
Editor Most Anything:
A collar with, points that reach to
the armpits is nothing. I saw a man
the other day who tucked the points
of his collar under his leather belt
T. M. L.
And pretty soon they'll he using
them for suspenders.
Ignorance is bliss that's the, rea
son people don't eat in the Mtchen of
How to Reduce the H. C. of Living.
Mrs. B. La Selle, who has been
t spending the past winter in Chicago,
'returned to her home in this village
the past week.
Mrs. E. La Selle is spending the
week with Mrs. Clare Gallaway and
family of Palo. Clinton (Mien.) Republican.
The burglar looked about the room,
Then on his face came lines of gloom.
"Gee," he said, "this is pretty rough,
The silver here's all plated stuff."
And so, to make a fair night's pay,
He took the bull watch dog away.
A cleaning establishment sign says:
"Four kids cleaned for five cents."
Family washing rates, we take it
Father, dear father, come home with
The clock in the steeple strikes
Mother's new waist buttons up in the
And she n't geUt on wittwut you.
Mr. Steade It takes lots of cheek
to kiss a girl.
' Miss Plump Don't you think mine
is big enough?
Why was Sheridan Road laid out
with so many turns and jags? L-
Some of the turns may be done"
away with, but the jags will probably
remain with us forever.
What can I do -for a pain in my
stomach.? D. Rink'er.
Send for a plumber. He repairs old
"The price of ice don't worry me,"
. He said, "not on your life,
For there's a girl from Boston who
Js calling, op. my wife,"'