Category: kansas

Steal a Piece of Cheese and a Cracker

The Atchison Weekly Globe, Kansas, December 24, 1908

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White Mule the Laughing Cat

Morton County Progress and Rolla Progress, Kansas, December 10, 1925

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Hurl a Chair, Fire a Gun

The Wichita Beacon, Kansas, September 21, 1910

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Put a Hammer in My Hand

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, October 9, 1902

They say if one breaks a mirror it means seven years of bad luck. They must have put a hammer in my hand and turned me loose in a furniture store the day I was born.

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For That Sticky Feeling

The Ottawa Daily Republic, Kansas, July 28, 1902

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Nothing Surprising About It

The Neodesha Daily Sun, Kansas, August 1, 1916

When one considers the alternative with which they are confronted there is nothing surprising about the fact that women kiss each other.

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Alligator Pears

The Wichita Daily Eagle, Kansas, March 23, 1913

The avocado has long been afflicted with the name of “aligator pear.” Now many of the avocado types do not resemble a pear, and none of them grow on alligators.

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The Coffeyville Weekly Journal, Kansas, April 6, 1894

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The Burlingame Enterprise, Kansas, November 21, 1901

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Beans Cannot Be Eaten Thru Nose

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, November 30, 1921

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