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7 EFT ALL FALL FOR IT , '
WARNING 'EM. -'
On the outskirts of an English
village is a steep and dangerous
.hill. Not long ago an accident oc
curred on'the spot and the'vtllage
council asked one of its members,
a carpenter, to plat up a warning
"Never fear,' said the carpen
ter, "I'll give 'em summat to look
t." At the top of the hill he affixed
a notice-board' in the shape of a
VilitrA tlann nnintincr rlnwn onrl
I bearing the words : "Stop and dismount'
j A little farther down a similar
board bore the caution: "Apply
your brake, or "
On the .t,hird: "You'll soon
shake hands "
" At the bottom of the hill the
biggest board of all. This read:.
"With the undertaker. N. B.
.This hill is dangerous"
demaAde'd something to eat. T4ie
nurse gave him a spoonful oi tap
ioca. " "
"Now," he said fretfully, "I
want to, read a little. Bring me
a postage stamp."
HE WAS SOFT. ',
Ruff Stuff Oh, sir, is there a.
policeman, hereabouts ?
Walker Gosh, no. Ain't seen
one fer an hour.
Ruff Stuff Then hand over
yer watch and money.