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Posts tagged as “The Tacoma Times”

Not Quite

“Did your love affair pan out?”
“No. All wrong. I’m married now.”

To Toil Not

“That boy says his only ambition is to make a living without work.”
“What are his parents going to do for him?”
“Make a politician out of him.”

The Straight Road

Poem from The Tacoma Times, March 28, 1912. By Berton Braley.

The Good People

Poem from The Tacoma Times, March 25, 1912. By Berton Braley.

The Danger Signal

Poem from The Tacoma Times, March 18, 1912. By Berton Braley.

Wouldn’t Be Kept Out

First Angel — How did St. Peter come to let that fellow in? He’s charged with nearly everything.
Second Angel — Oh, he’s a corporation lawyer. He got through on a technicality.

The Anchors

Poem from The Tacoma Times, March 13, 1912. By Berton Braley.

The Money Kings

Poem from The Tacoma Times, March 7, 1912. By Berton Braley.