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PAGE TWELVE YOU NEED in your home these cold days WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF S Refine, Crude Tender Affections An Irishman and a Scotchman had quarreled bitterly. As it was nearing the New Year, the Irishman, O'Riley, bought a turkey and sent it as a peace offering to his friend Macdonald. Mrs. Macdonald cooked the turkey and sent it back to Mrs. O'Riley with the fol- lowing note: "I'm sure this bird is tender--as tender as my affection for ye. But why didn't ye cook the bird yerself ?" ,~ Another Bright Outlook Tommy--"This is the New Year to- day', Ma." Mother--"Yes, clear, and you nmst keep all your New Year resolutions." Tommy--"You must, too, Ma. I heard you. telliug Pa that you wouht'nt lose 3;our temper and spank me any nlore. Some people don't know a joke when they see one; other people never see one.--l'enn State Froth. Hopeful Sign Hector's Daughter--Prayers were of- fered up for your husband last Sun- day, Mrs. Mudge. I hope he is better. TTHHEE CATALINA ISLAND MAN BEHIND THE sMIle| | I don't know how he is on creeds, | I never heard him say; . $l[ But he's rot a sn|ile that fits his ta And he wears it every (lay'. If things go wrong, he won't complai~' Jtrst tries to see the joke; He's always finding little ways Of helping other folk. lie sees the good in everyone, Their faults he never mentionS; lie has a lot of confidence In people's good intentions. You soon forget what ails you When you happen 'round this r~ He can cure a case of hypo Quicker than a doctor can. No matter if the sky is grab', You get his point of view, And the clouds begin to scatter I1 And the sun comes breaking thrOtlg' You'll know him if yon meet hin~, 'It And you'll find it worth your wh* To cultivate the friendship of The "Man Behind the Smile." Masonic MoatldY' Mrs. Mudge-- Well, I will say 'e don't seem none the worse for 'era.-- Willing to Accommodate 'd HAVE ONE OF THE ABOVE London Passing Show. ' The Salina (Kans.) Journal wtti0 INSTALLED Too Much'-~Smoke award a blue ribbon for optimisffL_o the gentleman who though broW' AND BE COMFORTABLE "How does Joe like his part as a walked into a restaurant at Herirlgt# girl in the new play ?" and ordered a 70-cent meal. Fie .r.~,i "He says it is fine except that hefused to be sad after he had finisrt~f. N'--- ~-~ =MPANYA H~ ~0 has to smoke too many cigarettes."--rt and had not the price. So detVv,r Notre Dame Jugfiler. mined to be satisfied whateverrh~d pened, he approached the cashie . ,~ CAIAL[ "l)ovoubclieve ira Darwin's theory?" said: "I haven't any money and did~ "No i my people are English, and have wheu 1 came in. If" there's a2~ came from \Vales."--Notre Dame lug- work to do, I'll work. If you wa~.t ~}~ gler. " arrested, I'll wait until you call an 0~, ricer; or, if you want toiight, that ~aj DEFOREST AGENCY Political Story be all right)' \Voodrow \Vilson, like all good Dem- ocrats, arrived promptly in heaven, and Keeping Father Amused rf, |I~0~ ~10~01~ ,,q= ,,~ one of the first persons he met was "Are you sure the course isclea' that ancient law-giver, Moses. Aftershe whispered, sliding downto the chatting a minute, .Moses remarked: arms of her lover. ,- I i''\Vell' Mr" VVilsOu' they certainly tOre ''YES''' lae replied' ''I sneceede4 '1; your fourteen points to pieces down on boring a hole in the water-pipe. Ye~~ earth, didn't they ? ..... Fhey surely did," father has discovered it and will keo replied Mr. Wilson; "but, Moses, you his finger over the hole until tPo ought to see what they're doing to your plmnber arrives."--Virginia Reel. THIS DAY MARKS THE END ten comnmndments." Kablegram. Magazines, newspapers, candies, eta, OF ONE OF THE MOST SUC- Sparkling Attractions at WINDLE'S NEWS STAND. CESSFUL YEARS WE HAVE Caller--"And this is the new baby ?" Fond [gather "Yes; he's going to be HAD ON THE ISLAND, A SUC- a great fisherman." Caller--"l'll say so! Watch hiln try CESS MADE POSSIBLE BY to swallow my diamond ring!" " "-"5 OUR FRIENDS. Gone His Limit ~f '=-3. '~'4~L"~7':'?"TMV ;:;~ ~" ~C?A\%I ~\ "';: ~'c.:t]] ~" ~ The l.os Angeles Sheik "Over the i,',~/,-~ ,',, F'4 C:: ~'' [ WE WANT YOU TO KNOW tempestuous Pacific ocean I havecome i ~.~O,~,'~.- ;-.,-,-