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SWIM ON PIKE'S PEAK!
Denver, Col. There is a plan on
foot to establish 'a natatorjum on
Pike's Peak, so travelers -who ride
up the cog road to the summit of
Coloroda's mountain may enjoy a
swim above the clouds.
This, dear customers, is an article
that -should prove very interesting for
three reasons first, it's an interest
ing subject; second, it's unusual;
third, you'll wonder after reading it
how the author can live. Of course,
you may not-agree on the first two
subjects, so we put the third one
there so we'd be sure you'd agree on
something. On with the rave.
It's all about the canning of sar
dines. That is something only one
out of nearly a hundred million peo
ple would ever stop to think of and
we're the one. All-the ordinary per
son thinks about a can of sardines is
how he's going to get the top off
after he's broken the key.
Naturally, the sardine has to be'
caught first, and while he's small
But, how do they squeeze em so
tight "in the can? There that's the
question, . Well, here goes:
The can is made of iron and a rub
ber composition so that it's elastic.
Ah! we see! Wait a minute, wait!
Then the sardines are placed in the
can side by eaqh neatly with ease.
Then after they're packed and the
lid is clamped on the can is put in a
fire so that the rubber composition
melts put of the can and it shrinks
down to 'the regular grocery store
size. That's how the Mrdines are
. Da,ckedsa tight,.., , ...
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TRES. VNtLSotJ vjTW HIS HAT
"Did you do as you were told,
Louis, and give your little brother the
best part of that apple?". ' "
"Yes, ma'am. I gave him the .seeds.
He can plant 'em and have a whole
orchard, himself -Puck