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money sent to Morris at Prankfon,
returned unclaimed. Advertisements
inserted in the newspapers, unseen
by Morris. And finally, a vital, eager
question from the young man:
"And Beulah that is, Miss Mor
ris? She is is still single?"
"Oh, yes; she would never leave
her old father!" vaunted Morris.
He changed his mind, as coming
home two evenings later, puffed up a
trifle with the consciousness of at last
having a fat government job, 'he
found two consciously smiling per
sons on the porch.
"It's all right, Mr. Morris," ob
served Walton Reeves with a gay,
happy laugh. "BeUlah isn't going to
leave you, and neither am I; we are
simply going to take you in to live
with both of us."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
THE LAST WORD IN HOBO OSTENTATION
Clark Street Clarence I've got a niftier scheme to advertise ourselves
than painting our names on culverts and section houses.
Winnemucca Willie What would you do with them, Clarence?
Clark Street Clarence Scratch them on plate glass windows with a
Recently formed ice one and a
half inches in thickness will support
a man; four inches will support cav
alry; five inches will support cannon
capable of throwing an eighty-four-pound
shot; ten inches will support
an army, and eighteen inches a rail
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