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WHEN YOU SEE HIM ON
By H. M. C.
His uniform has red trimmings and
he wears crossed cannons on his coat
-Louisville. T. M. Gilmore, head of
National Model License league, says
breweries and distilleries use 100,
000,000 bushels of grain a year, not
600,000,000 bushels, as was said In
W-A-R should stand for We're All
People who write Jetters to news
papers criticizing our president, U. S.
getting into war, etc., and haven't
the nerve to sign their name, line
up pretty strongly as cowards as well
There are various .sorts of slackers.
"April showers bring May flowers"
and a bill for having your suit pressed
if you get caught in one. ,
The best cure for round shoulders
that we know of join the army.
The kaiser's submarines have got
the pirate boats Of the old days
skinned a mile along the line of out
rages. When the home country people
have uprisings among themselves
there is something radically wrong.
Look at Germany! ,
The fellow who won't accept Red,
White and Blue as his colors should
be handed black and blue.
They're going to advertise clean
up week like a circus is advertised.
Well, why not? We'll probably
have a circus cleaning up. What?
This country has got to use other
means than simply "Give Us This
Day Our Daily Bread."
If we wastefully eat and eat, even
tually 'there ain't a goln to be no
bread to give u.
Have you mobilized your garden
yet? Get at it then!
Shellac the slackers with a coat of
The REAL American who happens
to be a pacifist will use his fist to
help his country if his country needs
Incidentally, Sunday will probably
see a. rot of folks out in the back gar
den sweatin' patriotic aweatr
Mornirt' Cy, how's crops?" .
A bit of foolishness makes the
world laueh every now and thei