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THE WORLD SHOULD WORRY
FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH HAS
SURE COT JOHN'S COAT
Fort Lupton, Col., June 13. John
Leepsinger swears there is a Friday
the 13th hoodoo and that said hoo
doo has a large family of small hoo
doos. Here's what happened to John :
He cut himself while shaving he
fore breakfast. Used oil to start the
kitchen fire and he is now minus his'
eyebrows. A cup of hot coffee was
spilled down his neck while he ate
breakfast. He slashed his finger
while repairing a harness, tied a rag
on it, filled the family auto tanks with
gasoline, lighted pipe and burned the
finger. A poisonous bug bit him on
the ear. A horse-weight dropped on
his toe. He fell 6ji a wet board and
sprained his wrist. Horse drawing
buggy bolted, threw1 him out and dis
located his shoulder, Got a splinter
of metal in his eye in the blacksmith
shop and will stay in bed until he is
i o o
NO ESCAPE POSSIBLE '
She stood upon the steamer's deck.
He stood upon the pier.
She threw a kiss at him, she did, '
Then cried out, "Catch it, dear."
He caught the kiss all right, all right,
And others caught it, tdo.
She had been eating onions raw,
So -what else cpijjdhey do? '