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SMILES FOR THE DAY.

"Do you know that your come over into my garden?'.' '•_"! thought they must .be doing that. "Why did you 'think so ?" "Because they "never conic back."

With an ugly sneer he tossed aside the bread which she had made with her. own hands. "If T wore only an ostrich," he began. But "the young bride cut him short. " Yes, if you only were," she snapped, "then I might get at last a few decent feathers for . that old hat I've worn since my wedding-day."

Political Candidate—" Well, did you discover anything in Stump's past life that we can use against him?" Detective —" Not a thing. All he ever did before he came here was to sell awnings." Political l/oss--" Why, that's just what we warn.. We'll say that he has boon mixed up in some decidedly shady transactions."

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SMILES FOR THE DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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SMILES FOR THE DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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