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(CODYl'lJ:hL 1920. by W. D. Boyce CELI .
- DECEHBER IL 1520. - - '
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FOR THE BLUES!
Tutruou: CENYIAL 9905
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PHINEAS T. RANDALL. M. D.
27 Eur wuumaron Srnerr
NOY TO BE lu:nLi.li:> WITNDUT PHV iClAN‘S onosns. P;,1'.oI‘;
Hour; 12 to :. omvy,
Here is a remarkableprescrlption for the
ennui, brain fag, and inablhty to give
Blues, that tired feeling‘.
vent to a good laugh. It can be iilled
next week. and-most surprising thing of all-costs only five cents for the
Jake lEasterly’s Line 0’ Talk
y 'L.L(tIell ye agin."saidJake.Easterl)‘.
eldqst son and second in com-
mand on his father's i!arme“I'il tell ye
erly abode. "black a
but paw persists in hitchln' up the gray
black ltoss. when he
oughter know that the black ‘un is a.
faster gocr than the gray ‘uh. Qt course,
et e wants ter drive 'em a-tanilei'n-
well. all right. that‘: tile way they are.
halt the time. anyhow. it looks that
way when he goes to taown. Makes me
“Guess yer breakfast don't agree with
yer. Jake." remarked Addie, his sister,
as she carried the nail or fresh mil"
into the Dantrv.
"Breakfast sets all right ennut. but
it's that ornary brindle cow that upsets
ev‘ry other mornln'. rd Jes-
that thru his stubborn oi‘ head.
as mulisll as cl’ Jed Whittaker, nn'Jed
can't eat his supper 'tlll he's kicked
‘round the barn three or four
times. an’ all ther way back. An’ I'm
tellin' yer, sis. a gray boss an’ a black
hoes were never meant ter be hitched
up t'5ether, no moro’n 5 white woman
an’ a nigger were intended to travel in
double harness. '
‘ "Well. I don't care a rap! 'Lection‘s
‘over an’ we're goth’ to haveia league 0’
nations 0' some sort or other; Bill Sim-
mons sez so 1 Simmons, ye know.
sis. is the dad 0' them pretty red-headed
x$';mmons,..gals wgnt live over on the
‘-in‘ lit‘: 5- .. Lu -nsxrr
’ mostly, to help out.
Cold creek road. l-‘ell r down at the
creamery ast Bill ylstiddy mornin' what
his live big corn-fed gals kept busy at.
‘Huh.’ ens-s mil.
‘Spnrkin' most o‘ the time.’ An’ that
reminds mo.%what was it I was a-goin‘
Oh. yes. Paw sez he's g0ln'
to drive the gray mare and black hoss
over to Cragin terday, an’ If he does I'll
bet the Cragin folks ‘ll bust tlleirsclves
saw sunthin' like paws
hat wee I V‘ taovxn ’tel'idln' court.
n’, gee Whiz an’ haw ck. it ur
made me laugh few. That‘a
what the movie feller intended. but the
love play was sadder. sis, awfully und-
der. Yer know, there was a young gal
what had no father nor mother, a
Now. does’ look out that winder. will yer?
w with the gray.mare nu’
a-strslnin' the tugs ter beat 0tlePmO-
‘bilea. Makes me sick, and that‘s 19!’
what I tell paw‘. I hate I hosa that
pulls on the hit, an‘ Jerks an’ strains.
Jerks an’ strains:-" -
"Oh. you git busy an‘ strain that
milk. Jake Easterly. Yer a dozen times
stubborner than 9 w. In’ as for klcitin‘.
you've got old bri die beat a m
"on. youxthink so. do yer, smarty."
retorted Jake. “Well. you 1es' remem.
her this. Sis Easterly. w‘lch Fve often
said before an‘ am to lay agln:
y mare’ran't KEED up with the
black hoes fer the reason that the black
is the fastest. I went yer to Kit that
lnlef yer empty little head. Er ye do
' ave aomethilf in it. tnnywa.y."
"Oh. is that so?"
Y-e-B. that's sol‘
....4. ..... . .. .. , . , 5‘.
way up the winding stalrha
‘What’: the difference between an old
man and a. worm"
"chickens get them
No Place (or a PM MID-
The elevator boy was OM)’ 10 1”"
9 for his age. lnto the
bulldim: wheezed a. regular fat
one or the kind that nobody loves. be
eyed the lad for a moment and then 0 -
served: . -
-‘you're a pretty small boy to.be run-
't you. bub?’
sir,” answered the boy. and there
was 3 twinkle in his eye.
they hired me ‘cause. the
with the heavier boys.’ I I
The (at man nainfull)" Vrlleezed his
it became so embarrassing that he left.
Not long afterward he met the curate
who had succeeded him.
"Well." he asked, "how did youeet on
.--oh. very wen. indeed." said the other;
"There is safety in l’lUI'l‘ib&l'5,lyOI.I know.
"Indeed?" said the exx-curate. ‘I only
found it in Exodus"
Miss Jones is angry with her'doc-
Why is that?“ v
"He tnctlrasly remarked that he would
anon have her looking her old self
Aglln the Coltaxe Pllildlng.
“This," smiled the ronfi young wife, as
she handed a. plate of pudding to her
husband, "is cottage pudding. I made it
mm 1." ’
The man tasted it doubtfully.
“I‘d have known it was cottage pud-
di 2." he returned. I -
"“'ould you?" she asked, delighted.
“Yes: I can taste the plaster and the
Too Much Punldlng.
Little Hazel. Who was the guest of her
grandparents, had a hearty din-
ner when 8. second dish of pudding W3!
offered her .
Looking longinzly at" the dish.
sighed. “Oh. de rl. I’ do Vvlsh I was
life is divided into two
“The first she spends looking for a.
husband. and the second looking afte
The man in the next ilat was round-
ing on the walL “Look here," he cried.
''I can't sleep with your kid yelling
like that! ‘if you don't make him stop.
wllll" - ’
“Come in. sir-come i said the
kid‘I‘father. "You'll be as welcome
atythe flowers in spring." ' '
I And ant: V
Wilkins-Why is Brooks winding In)
Btlkinl--Oh. just ‘ because
tells him he is all run down.
. - It I
$13.94 Goodyear Raincoat Free.‘ ’
Goodyear Manufacturing Company, (105
Goodyear Bldg. Kansas City, Mo.. in mak-
ing an utter to rend a handsome i'ain<
cont free to one person in each locality
who will allow and recommend it to their
friends. If you wan one. write today.
- Brain Teasers‘
'5 ',‘ ‘Chang!ilII1ead.ingn. .. .
88-I-Change the out little; 4..., ma;
of -learnlriz. I. ceatei-1.: uni.“
npenlfig part ’ol 1 dress; tender: in from
oi’; part of a rule‘. rent;-carried on 11.,
body; a sand bankyin the Thaines.
.3894rMy nrst is in fawn but not in
deer: my second is in lionju,
t in cub: my third is in calf but nun,
cow; my fourth in in dog but norln pup
My’ whole is what animals may- have
been originally. - .
. srnllponlthng ’ ,
390-(Example: Tranavose an n...
- cient slave in Sparta and mg“
a. lodi-ting house. Answer: llelot. hotel)
1. Transpose to babble and make .
little candle. V
2. Tranevose washes and make I. set! ‘
3. hranspoae lacrod images and nun
compact. . "
4. Transpose a. common autumn tr;-.1
and make I. is co.
, 6. Transpose turious and make to In-
terlace. ‘ > -
G. Transpose thin. and make remove.
the outer 5
7. Trauspoae regulate: as to duration ‘
and make to strike. .
, B. Transboae a. range of mountains ma
make A portable chair. V ‘
9. Transpose a certain small fruit and
make I. certain large lrull. ’ I
10. Transnoae langulshes and malts .
thorn. . . . . I
11. Tranlpose .informai letter: and
make noun a.
12. Transvose a plural oi’ this and nine
9. piece of paper. '
v 13. Transpose an article of furniture
and make a lamb‘s c “ .
14. Trnnspose to screen and make the
neither world ruled over by Pinto. .
15. Transpase to prevent and make
driven up A tree.
ls. Transpoae a. 5...... cak .1: mm
the fruit or the pine. r ,' ' I"
the Juregoirig ‘hiilglfonnatlanl
lghily made,’ the middle let-
a four-letter word square.
‘ Charade. - ,-
39 ‘ -My first is a European or violent
and-cruel temper; my second nl- '
its you to bunle answers. to dimcnlt
situations. to turtresses. to writing delks'
and offices. My whole may come your way
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alvswrms TD LAST wrzraws rtzrl.l:s.I
am-chnrnae. I K V
Button (but-tnn),' I ‘
dual‘. ital‘; mate. f ‘ '
tight. . '
3841-Cr!-lull’ POI .> .
1. Pendent. 2. Pension. J. Penltent.
4.-Pt-ntateuch. E. Penquin. -6. Pennayl- ,
' sn7-r‘uur.wora square.
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It In not de-irerl.th.Il render. ...‘.. In
the nlawera to the.pnzIIeI. ,3-my are -
nrinied simply no but. lrnlu-I.’-Ind the A
con-I11 lnuwern will be printed the fol-.
lowing week. ’ I ‘
Her l-nrent a Doctor, I
"But father.“ said the pretty heiress,
"if you refuse. Jack will die of a broken
" ur a. poor ciiagnostir.-inn.
child. returned her parent. “Ti-in trouble
he is morealiitely to die of is starvation."
You Know Him.
"1l’hat kind of a. fellow is smug?-
asked Brown. .- --
“]Ic’s the kind of a fellow who spends
hair his time making promises and the
other halt making excuses for breaking
his promises.“ replied Jones. . .
Trmnered by Experience - I
‘Mrs Newlywed-on. mother. George
says that I am his right hand, .
Her ‘MotherrDon't be too elated. my
deal’. he may he one of these men who-
never let his right hand know what mg
left hand does .
lilasnanlmoua. . . '
“Dearest. Y0“ don't want to marry me
for my money do you?" ‘ . . .
"No. darling. ‘ but I don't hold it
against you." I: ., . r ,
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'I'IIere'lIPe'Illy of Time. , I’ .
“How times men It seems but E15.
terday I Went to school." I 4
"Oh, 0 . Marla. Jor Ileaven's
make it the day before yesterday."
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