Image from page 258 of "Caricature; wit and humor of a nation in picture, song and story" (1911)
Publisher: New York : Leslie-Judge Co.
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NATURE-FAKERS.StAei— Do you think the face makes the woman ?Carolyn— Sometimes, when the woman makes the face.
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When I was just a litUe boy, As active as a cat,The word that always blocked my joy Was, DONT do that! Old Sleuth Up to Date By GORTON CARRUTH IJIGHT at the mouth of the tunnel our hero lay,*^ tightly bound across the track. A few yards upthe hillside was his sweetheart, lashed to a tree. Nearby stood the villain Tarbox, arms folded, a diabolicalgrin on his face, as he invited the helpless girl to seethe destruction of her lover. What could save him?Already there echoed from the tunnel the roar of theexpress train as it thundered down the mountain slopetoward its victim. Keep up your courage, dear, said the doomed mancalmly. Providence will yet provide an escape fromthat scoundrels toils, never fear. ****** Lets see, murmured the great author abstract-edly, as he paused a moment in his dictation. Howsshe going to get him out of that fix? She cant rushwildly into the tunnel and flag the train with a sulphurmatch, because shes tied. She cant influence the vil-lain, because his is a hear
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