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"The -word 'reviver spells the same
backward or forward." It was the
teacher who spoke. "Can you think
The serious boy scowled up from
Tut-tut 1" he cried, contemptu-
Lously. And? the class worked "on in
SUCH A COMFORT;
"I think if I were a Tommy Atkins
.going toFrance I'd join the bicycle
"Then if I got homesick I could
nnncture a tire and once ae&in
fbreathe my natWair." Times Pic-tayune.
K Madge Hasn't he wer asked for a
t ;Mg8 since the first one?
' Marjorie Why, no, dear. He just
takes them nowy--Judge, ,
CHANGE OF TIME
"What," said the visitor to the vil
lage of his childhood, "what's beans
of the one boy I hated Willie Haie
ker, the sneak? In prison, no doitfjt
he bore that fate on his face." a
'33nsh!" said the villager. "He-Is'
now Mn Hawker, the famous mfllion-4
"What?' cried the visitor, "my
dear schoolfellow a' millionaire I J
must call upon him and revive the old
"Does your wife negelct her home
in making speeches ? " ,
"Not a bit of-it," replied Mr. Meek
ton. "She always lets me hear the
"Will you please tell me where"!"
can see the candelabra?"
"All canned goods is on the next
floor," replied the new clerk. Haj
''Say, Jocko, that's no 'Way to
break his head."
"It isn't his head I want to break-' J