In Memory Of.—' 11 I suppose," said a sympathetic neighbor, *' that yon will creel a handsome monument, to ymir husband's memory;'” ” To hin memory.''' echoed the tearful widow. •‘Why, poor John hadn't- any. t was sort inn cwr some of his clothes to-day, mid 1 found iho pockets full of idlers T had given liim to post.” Hobson's Choice.—Two little girls were coming home from school, when one began to tease the other. “I don't, care," said Mabel. “ You are only an adopted child. Your father and pmther arc not really yours T “I don’t care cither!” said Grace. “My papfl, and mamma picked me out. Yours had to lake you just as you came!” Most single men are homeless, and Less happy than they' could be ; Most married men. we understand. Are homo less than they should he. —' Cincinnati Inquirer.'
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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