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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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"I thought my cousin from Kay See
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Some Folks $
By C. B. WHITFORD g
(, 1922, Western Newspaper Union.)
A big, llcree-looklng Dime with u
bad cut on his hunt, limped Into
thu doctor's ollleo niul asked If lie
could have his wound dressed.
"Sure, llx ou up right away," said
the doctor. "Bud cut, that; about
four stitches, guess," the doctor went
on, as ho examined the wound.
"Whut' that I Knur stitches I"
"Say, IUi-nrck, you ain't afraid of
the needle, are you? Why, a great big
husky looking dug like you ought to
bo able to huvo a leg sawed off with
out batting an eye."
"Afraid? Of course I ain't afraid of
anything. Do I look an If I was afraid?
Sny, Doc, my ancestors used to hunt
the savage boar In old llennany. I
guess it takes some nerve to tackle
that kind of game and "
"Yes, I know all about that. You're
Just like sumo folks I know, nlwnyB
talking about thu great things their an
"But, Doc, I wanted to tell you moro
about my people. There's Ulsmarck,
tho man I wns named after. I guess
he could go some when it came to
nerve Did you ever see his picture
with n big dog on each side of him?
Well, them's my kind of dog. Do you
suppose old Iron Bismarck was hav
ing his picture taken with a couple of
whining curs? Not for Ulsmnrck. lie
associated with dogs that were dogs.
I ain't afraid of your needle, Doc."
"I've heard lots of folks brag about
the great people their relatives asso
ciated with. No rellectlon on you, Bis
ninrck ; but It's a fact. Of course you
ain't afraid of the needle or"
"Still, Doc, I was thinking that per
haps It might be u goou plan to give
me something Not that I'm afraid,
but you see, I've got u' nasty temper,
and I'm awful strong. I don't care
und I'm awful strong."
"I see. Some folks are that way.
They are awfully afraid they will hurt
someone. 'No rellectlon on you, Uls
mnrck. To be sure that you'll hold still
nnd won't hurt me, I'll give you the
dope. But how did you get this?"
"I Just went out like a good fellow
to take n Httlo dog's part and in tho
mix-up I got cut."
"Funny you got It behind, BIsmnrck.
I once' knew n fellow who got wound
ed In n charge, and he was a bravo
soldier. Marched right up In the face
of the enemy's guns; I sewed him up.
Strange, though, he got It In the back."
"Doc, you don't mean anything by
thnt, do you?"
"Oh, no, It Just reminds me. That's
nil. Dogs nro so much like folks that
I always think of somo one I know
when you dogs come In here with your
troubles. Take your dope now nnd I'll
fix you up."
"Hello, Snap, said tho Doctor, as n
llttlo bull terrier all covered with blood
nnd mud limped Into tho office. "You
"That's all right, Doc, hut who's
your big friend that Just left? Is that
Ulsmnrck? I got so much dirt nnd
blood In my eyes, I can't see very
"Thnt's him. I Just put four stitches
"My, he's n big stlfT. Looks like he
could eat up a barnyard full of llttlo
dogs like me. But say, Doc, ho can't
fight a lick on earth. I gavo him
thnt hole you sewed up, nnd If he
hadn't been such a good sprinter I'd
given him somo more. I suppose he
told you he got It In n fierce battle
with n flock of dogs."
"That's about It, Snap. He gave It
out that ho was really such n bad dog
that I had better give him some dope
for fear he might bite me when I put
the needle In him."
"The lying cur! Had to tnko dope,
eh, for a little Job like thnt."
"Did ho muss you up and give you
all those cuts you've brought In here?"
"I should sny not I Me nnd nnother
dog was having n nice little scrap In
tho nlley My, but that dog could go
some I Ho gave mo the best fight I've
had for months. Well, wewere Just
having tho nicest kind of time when
along comes Ulsmnrck, with his big,
flerc growls, making a lot of buck
Jumps ns though he was going to butt
Jn an lick us both."
"I've seen them kind of big saucy
folks. They'd roar nnd dance around
Just like they were nchlng for a fight,
when they were renlly only trying to
"Anyway, I didn't like to have the
big fellow butting In. It mnde mo so
mad I let go of my dog and went for
the big fellow. You should have seen
him run and you ought to have heard
tho poor llttlo yelps ho let out with
every Jump. I nailed him once Just
ns he wns turning tho corner, hut I
couldn't get to him again. Sow me
up, Doe, but no dope. I won't hurt
you and you won't hurt me. To tell
the truth, I Just like to get hurt once
In a while. It makes me feel good."
"Sny, Snap, why are you always
looking for a scrap? What Is thcro
"Oh, I don't know. I Just feel mean
when thero Is nothing doing, but nfter
I have a good fight I'm nil right for
n while. There's folks Just like that,
"Yes, lots of them. They Just go
nhoiit looking for trouhlo and It don't
mako much difference how badly they
get beat up they go out after It
"Thnt'H nil right, Doc. I guess
you'v.o got mo fixed up pretty good.
I'll limp bnclc to tho bnrn and try to
keep out of trouble for a few days.
But say, Doc, I don't believe folks
ore much different from dogs."
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Jhnt Baby should have a bed of its own nil arc npreed. Yet it
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that same infant. Either practice is to bo shunned. Neither would
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City Grocery Clerk Denies It Is Easier
to Make Sales to Men Than
"Whoever says Mint It Is easier to
sell groceries to men than to womeu
Is not acquainted wltli tho facts," said
a grocery clerk tho other day. "I've
seen cartoons In tho papers of hus
bands bringing home cleansing powder
Instead of rat poison and forgetting
half of their wives' orders, but I'vo
never seen It In real life.
"Men arc hard customers. I think
they rend more nbout I ho cost of foods,
particularly advertising, than women.
They seem to know tho different
brands better, at any rate. I'vo often
substituted brands for a housewife,
only to be refused by her husband
when I tried It ngnln. I'd rnther at
tempt to talk a woman Into buying a
new brand of canned peas, for exam
ple, than to face her husband with the
same sales talk. The mule shoppers
know too much about food perhaps
becnuso they do most of the cntlng."
New York Sun.
Kind Word In Season.
An Amerlcnn, newly arrived, went
Into a London tenshop, took his scat
and waited. Presently a bright-eyed
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"Can I take your order?"
"Yes. Two boiled eggs and n kind
Tho waitress brought tho eggs and
wns moving on when the American
said: "Say I What about tho kind
The waitress leaned over and whis
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The Seine View.
"Better conio out to the courts
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The New Democracy.
Samuel Qompcrs suld ut it banquet
"Tho millennium Is still n long wny
off, of course, but thu worker Isn't tho
slave ho used to be. Few of life's
pleasures are denied to the worker to
day. "A professional wns giving n now
club member some pointers In lawn
"'Hold your racquet loosely, sir,' ho
said. 'Loosely, man, loosely I You
hold It ns stiff ns If you were a hod
currier.' " 'Hut,' said the now member mildly,
'I am n hod-carrier.'"
Peggy Dick proposed four times
before I accepted him.
Tatty To whom, dear?
It is better to be an also-ran thnn n
No man ever becomes too Bhlftless
to give ndvlce.
Two fishermen were angling In a
river, when one suddenly dropped his
"Say I" ho ejaculated, "Did you sco
that feller fall off Unit cliff over thero
Into the river?"
"Don't get excited, Hill," soothed tho
other, "Mchho it was a movie actor
"Hut, my stars! How kin wo tell?"
"Well," counseled the Judicious one,
"If he drowns, he ain't." Kpwortli
That psychology Is everybody's
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Introduction: "Our important plans
and projects, our business schemes
nnd Interviews, our Investments of
money and friendship, nro one and all
examples of applied psychology." .
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