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NOTHING IS WASTED '
Mrs. Marjorie Gqodwin, Nat's No.
5, says she "adores himfor his men-
, tality," -Some -wives puff 'em all up
j$ th$t way so's to have-more fun when
p- -, .finey-punqture them.
She Ho you 'think there is more
In anticipation than in realization?
iiHeWell, I believe there :is more
.pleasure 'in lying about the fish than
in catching them; if that is what you
A man 'with a jackass for sale,
hearing that a friend wanted to buy
o,ne, sent him the following message:
"My .Dear Jack:. If you are looking
for a. really good jackass, don't for
H J 4V. lit-
He lost his collar button
And of trouble he'd a peck
"Till he happened to remember
He'd a wart upon his neck.
All things on earth, you wfll observe,
Were made some purpose good to
HE SMOKED IT
The large black -cigars which the
late Mr. Pierpont Morgan smoked r
were made of a particularly dark and ,
fragrant leaf grown, on estate of his
own in Cuba. One day, on going '
aboard his yacht in New York, he ,
asked one of the men on the pier for t
a match. "In return for the courts (
esy," said Mr. Morgan, in telling the -story,
. "I handed him one of my
cigars, which I think a good deal of. -He
accepted it promptly. 'Thanks,'
he said: 'I was Just out of tobacco.' j
Then he broke it into little bits and
stuffed it into bis ppe." v
C IF "
) WOULD T L'M '
( ALWAYS J )
"I would not live always,"
When, a sinner cried out, 7
"Safe bet, fo' you cant" .