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DAILY, COMMENT ON
It is to laugh when you are within
a few feet of a car and said car starts
away- and leaves you with the ex
cuse that another car will' be right
And then you wait and wait and
then wait a little more. Finally that
"other car" comes along in about
twenty minutes maybe!
When the street car service in this
town gets so good that they can give:
the "another car in d. minute" excuse
and make good on it then folks will
willingly let the first one sail by.
People who own cats nowadays
had better keep their eyes on 'im or
In these days when the women
folks are wearing fur anklets the
family purrer is mighty liable to
come in handy. Especially if you
can't afford to buy a ready-made
Tough luck for Lincoln Beachey
in the looping-the loop game. Some
body has got it on him.
Five people in an auto near San
Diego, Cal., turned a complete somer
sault and landed upright in the bot
tom of a ditch.
And what the passengers said to
the chauffeur would set fire to an as
bestos touring car.
Remember the fellow who used to
shiver under his sweetheart's window
and twang a guitar?
That same fellow is tootin' the
horn on his automobile.-nowadays.
A high-jointed lamp-post has been
invented which enables a lamp-lighter
.to bend it down and .light it without
That's rather wobbly support' for a
"jolly good fellow" coming home at
2 a. m.
A French electrician blames wire
less waves for burning of S. S. Vol
turno, the Cardiff mine explosion and
Maybe they're the cause of the pre
vailing tango and freak feminine
PEOPLE AND THINGS
And speaking of stylos it's ajjreat
game for .the manufacturers pf wo
This season you buy something
that fits, like the paper on the wall
and looks like a' fashion plate.
If you put that same costume on
next season well, you ..dotft fit,
that's all! Everything is "puffed out
and fits like a lamp shade,
What's the matter with buying
tight rubber clothes? OrJe season
you could. let 'em cling to. you and
the next season blow 'em' up.'
There is one satisfactiori.'iri a- clay
pipe when you drop it you don't
have to pick'it up. What's the use?
Ohio .'.man says that after a wo
man llaiS'b'eeii married thf$iot four
times, it'takes an expert tbmake love
to her- " V" '
Geel'ibut-'what would 'itytajce to
marry 'her-?' '"
;"J. O Q-,
"My wife is always making a fusi
"Yes; some women always make!
an awful iuss over nothing;" 1