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HAVE you paid your election
New -York. Broadway crowds
will watch a man walking down the
Great White Way with an elephant's
.tail attached behind him. He voted
for Hughes. '
A Minneapolis genius finds that by
-reading a novel backward theplot
isn't changed and it's finished before
it is Btarted.
t Tuning a shoe horn is a cheap-and
mild way of passing the time arid also
leads to being termed eccentric or
wobbly In the walnut.
At the annual meeting of the Porch
Climbers of America it was resolved
that a blacklist prevails on all Esqui
maux because of their failure to pro
vide porches on their domiciles.
Very few steeplejacks start in
painting a flag pole at the bottom.
Don't let your nose get into other
people's business. That's why a fork
is used for eating pie.
SOME ARM, KELLY!
The wind blew in and cut oneOf
Ae Sisseton ballplayers by te name
of Kelly severely from his foot to his
elbow on his left arm. Oaken Times
1 o o
the fellow who went south
with - our overcoat please return
same? We guarantee he'll get his
reward In the next world?
o o .
DID YOU KNOW .
The fellow who wrote "Merrily we
roll along, roll along, roll along," etc.,
. -etc., didn't have jelly rolls in mind? j
A WMAU MS
' WWEUB WOULD
'HtfJ SEND A WtMAM
To 6 Be AN
SOUNDEj) LIKE IT
'How 13' your' son dolnsr In col ¬
"He seems tobe taking a course la "
"What makes you think that?" .
"He writes that they have him at
the scrub eleven."