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AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
Did You Know?
In Blaflooie, Africa, the husbands
never forget to mail their wives' let
ters and carry them around in their
pockets. The war has nothing to do
with the scarcity of pockets in Bla
The new fall derbies have a front
and back collar buttonhole for gents
whose ears lay flat against the head.
Spats will be worn as usual this
winter over oxfords while ther shoes
are getting half-soled.
With men's handkerchiefs, the
two-sided ones have the edge on the
single-sided ones for popularity.
With socks the gentlemen's discre
tion as per usual determines which is
the right and left
Suspenders will still hold good for
gents with hipi from the chin down.
'iFROM NOW ON"
A marshal was taking a couple of
negro prisoners to the federal prison,
The unfortunates were from differ
ent towns and were strangers to each
other until they had been rounded
up by the minion of the law.
As they were traveling southward
to begin their prison sentence they
engaged in the following colloquy:
"How long did the judge send you
"How long you goin down fo'?"
"From now on."
MADE HER ANXIOUS
Jack Tar and his Sal were up in
front of the parson. On being asked
the usual question, "Wilt thou have
this woman, etc.?" Jack answered,
"I 'uU." "You must say, T will'," cor
rected the parson, and repeated the
"I 'ull," responded Jack, more
firmly than ever. "
The irate clergyman threatened to
stop the service altogether if the re
sponse was not properly given. That
in quite savagely, "Look a-here;
thee'ull 'ave our Jack sayin' 'e won't
In a minute if ye keep on badgerin'."
The service was resumed.
She I like a man of few words
and many actions.
He You want my brother; he has
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