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through Steve's ax, by accident no
joke mended. And here's one 'Why
Art Thou Old, My Soul?' "
Jim Bryce rose to the occasion.
"Mrs. Saunderson," he said, "you
have deceived me. Worse, you have
deceived the "Sentinel.' Had I printed
that poem which I knew not to be
original, though I could not locate the
source for the time I should have
been the laughing-stock of the coun
ty. Mrs. Saunderson, the 'Sentinel'
can no longer consider contributions
And at this ultimatum, hurled with
the utmost indignation, Jim freed the
"Sentinel" from Mrs. Saunderson forever.
THUS IT IS
When the blithe gard'ner hath the
Dropped in the ground and covered
it with care,
Then comes the hen with rapt, en
Though empires perish, her young
brood must feed.
Soon to the heavens with appalling
Clouds, rocks and dust in horrid
And chasms yawn, as with maternal
She burrows on until earth's ribs
Sing me no shovel with its steamy
Tearing Culebra's quivering flanks in
What need these tooting mastodons
Were we to tackle such a job again?
A few soft seeds, a Plymouth Rock or
With tools like these, how swiftly
we'd go through !
George Fitch in Collier's.
"Dear sur, please don't send me any
more meete yet; I have butchered
miself." Note received by Uie butch
er in Eliswoith, Kan.
MANY PRETTY STYLES IN NEW
The most popular hairdressing is
the French twist or the French roll,
as it is called nowadays. But any be
coming hairdress can be worn, pro
vided it is. tight to the head at the
sides and one that leaves at least
some part of the ear showing.
The latest styles of coiffures are
here shown for matrons, misses and
"Frenchmen Fight Bloodless Duel."
"LaFollette Plans Long Speech."
"T. R. Shoots Huge Jaguar."
"Wilson Makes Deep Impression."
"Hear&t Prints "Sensational Stoiy."
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