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HAVE YOU PAID YOUR ELECTION
Sandusky, O. Fred A. Martin is
due to walk down the main street in
a bathing suit, because Hughes lost
Carl Wilks, former councilman, is
the winner in the election bet Cold
weather is predicted.
NEVER TOUCHED HER,
A colored auntie was taking her
first ride on a fast train when it
jumped the track and plunged head
long into the ditch. After the cras,h
"auntie picked herself up and began
munching a chicken wing she had
brought along for sustenance. The
conductor hurried up to ascertain
"Were you hurt in the smashup?"
he asked, excitedly.
"Law, no!" she replied In astonish
ment "Wuz there a smashup? I
to't dese yere combustifications went
right along wif de ticket" Argo
' 'torn Is it true that you proposed
to Alice and were rejected?
Jack Not exactly rejected; she
j;said when she felt like making a fool
i of herself she'd let me know.
I THE WOLF'S RETURN
- Wife When will the car be out of
i Husband The wolf will be at the
j door again tomorrow. Judge.
MUCH TOO YOUNG
Son Mother, can I go with pa?
MnMinr Nn Willie, vnn on f
young to listen to your father play
jjolf. Judge,, s ,
SOSH, SEEMS TWO i
TVE HEARD THAT.
- , Jz2i
Wife (at midnight) Tom, wake
up! I heaY a burglar.' Get uo and
Hub It's probably a 'mouse vou
hear, but I'll go down.
xWife A mouse, mercy! YpuH stay
right here In this room.