The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 44, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 1, 1927 Page: 2 of 8
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The prolific Wells (the adjective
renders it unnecessary to give his
initials) Is out with another novel.
It is called "Meanwhile," and an
inkling of its message, or at any rate
an explanation of its title, can he
gathered from the following extracts:
"What is life for you Is meanwhile
for most of us," says Sempack, the
"Have I been living?" Inquires an-
other character, "or have I Just been
nieanwhiling away my life?"
That Is a question a good many of
us might profitably put to ourselves.
Children's handkerchiefs often look
hopeless when they come to the laun-
dry. Wash with good soap, rinse In
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The New Octopus
Ambassador Myron T. Merrick said
nn disembarking from the Isle de
"The movies. In France as in Amer-
ica, are swallowing up everything. In
the entertainment way everything,
everywhere, is the movies.
"There's a story about two men.
*"I went to the grand opera last
night,' said the first man.
"'What's grand opera like?' said
the second. 'Is it any good?'
" 'Sure,' said the first. 'Great. Music
all the time, Just like the movies.'"
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\ OA PS U L S
A Marked Man
Madge—"Was that your intended 1
saw you motoring with?" Marie—
"Yes, hut lie hasn't caught on yet."
Keep your summer health
Not the Bett People
Lady Newgold—I think the De
Verw would rather like to know us.
end It would he a good start for us in
Sir Gleaming Newgold—No! We
don't want to know anyone who warn*
t« know us—they can't be worth It—
1 jondtiri Humorist.
Didn't Fill the Bill
"What's the matter." said the clerk
in the negro man who returned a pair
of shoes. "Don't they fit yon?"
"Uey fits all right." replied the pur-
chaser, "but dey don't seem to put no
etdge on mab razor like mail old ones
A stage nctor applied at a movie
atudlo for a part In a screen play.
**Arfl you accustomed to acting without
«n audi en co?" asked the producer.
4 «Ye8." said the actor, sadly, "that's
what brought me here."
Of Course Not
Barbara—I don't think a girl should
ffnarry a tnan unless she knows all
Betty—Rubbish I If she knew all
tlbout htm she wouldn't marry him.
TRYING TO SKIN THE CAT
Mother—"Johnnie. I've never heard
of such cruelty In my life! It's sim-
ply revolting! What have you done
to that poor cat?" Johnnie—rtWhy,
nothing, mother, I ain't seeb the cat"
Mother—"Don't tell me a story. John-
nie! I lust heard Willie say you were
trying to skin the cat,"
Ways of Ladies
"How do you like having a
senator on your committee?"
"It's all right. But she has to deai
house before we can use the commit
tee room."—Louisville Courier-Jour
Doctor—Your husband Is hotdlni
his own this morning.
Patient's Wife—He's out of hh
head. then, or he'd be holding tlw
Father—Alice, the stork has Jus
brought yoa a baby brother.
Wise kittle Alice—That silly olt
doctor had the same idea, daddy, buf
I explained It to him.
The Feline Species
Julia—lit hel told me she heard
something lovely about you.
Mae—I wonder what It was.
Julia—So do II
Quite a Traveler
Ann—You used to say I was all the
world to you.
Ted—Yes, but I learned some geog-
Tommy—Pa, what's a diplomat?
Father—A man who, when he can'l
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 44, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 1, 1927, newspaper, November 1, 1927; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341371/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.