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Wa Keeney, Kas. Clarence Wil
liams picked up. a hailstone, during
yesterday's storm that was ice-cold,
- but dry. He put in on the. parlor table
and it hasn't melted yet The town
is flocking to see it.
THE WATER CURE
A Swedish farmer, who lived on
his wheat farm in Minnesota, was
taken ill and his wife telephoned the
. "If you have a thermometer," an
swered the physician, "take his tem
perature. I will be out and see Mm
An hour or so later when the doc
tor drove up the woman met him at
"How is he?" asked the doctor.
"Veil," said she. "1 bane put the
barometer on him like you tell me,
and it say 'Very dry;' so I give him a
pitcher of water to drink, and now
he ban gone back to vork.
"NOT IN THE CURRICULUM"
Lewis, 6-jear-old, has one to
school just exactly three w.eeks.
Each evening when he comes home
he never falls to tell his mother what
he has learned "new" during the day.
The other day he came home and
his mother said:
"Well, Lewis, what did you learn
new today?" -.
"Mother," he replied ' seriously, "I
. learned a new way to spit"
OUTOF HIS. LINE
Flubdub Do you know the' total
number of tea drinkers in-America?
Guzzler I do not t am no tea to
taler. Judge, ' J
NOll VATCU ME-TWEfc&'S-
NOT A, SQUL.
USTEN CVJSff f
Ttal Aum i
'Does vour "wife ever maVe vim
exchange goods she buys and doesn't
like?" - -
'-She tried that once and nnn
only. Ivexchanged a silk dress tot it