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"jhAKE GOO? CARE OF DER OFFICE,"
I,1D0LF. OMD TEE-HEE DOM'T VOSK
IAKl GOING TO OER BALL CAhlE1.
DOUBLE DOSE REQUIRED
A hawker's donkey had just turned
Stubborn and refused to budge when
a doctor came by. The hawker ask
ed' the physician if he could give him
something to start the ass. The doc
tor said he could, and. opening his
ills1 medicine case, gave the animal some
powders. The ass switched its tail,
till; I tossed its head, and then started on
a mad gallop down the road. The
t g i Aawker lookedjrst at the flying ani
mal and tnen at tne doctor. "How
jnuch did that medicine cost, doc
tor?" he asked "Oh, about a dollar!"
said the physician "Well, give me
two dollars' worth, quick I've got to
catch that beast!"
"You haveunly given me five cents
and the admission is 10 cents," said
the girl at the movie show. "I know,"
replied the man, "but I ought to go in
for half price I've only got one'
WITH TOO MUCH CARE
"You'll have difficulty in getting
that case to the end of its journey
with the goods unbroken, Pat," said
a friend to the Irishman, who was
neailiog up a box he intended sending
"Faith, it must be kept right side
up, or it's throuble there'll be!" mut
"Stick on some labels, old man,
'This Side Up, With Care,' suggested
An excellent idea, thought Pat;
and all that afternoon he diligently
hammered at the box, affixing half a
"It looks simply swate, now!" he
said complacently, surveying his
A few days afterwards his friend
"Your goods get there all right,
Pat?" he asked.
"Every one of them broken," re
plied the Irishman gloomily.
"But didn't you label the box 'This
Side Up?' " queried the other.
"Yes, I did, begorra!'' exclaimed
Pat. "And for fear they shouldn't see
it on the cover, I put it on the bottom,
Ethel's grandmother was very anx
ious that her-little grandchild should
be taught to be industrious, and,
while staying with her daughter, she
taught the little girl to knit and start
ed her on a pair of stockings. Sev
eral months later Ethel visited her
grandmother and brought with her
an uncompleted stocking at which
she knitted industriously. "Well,
Ethel," said grandma, "have you got
along nicely with your knitting since
I came home? Which stocking are
you doing now?" "The second,
grandma," replied the little girl.
"That's very good, dear!" said grand
ma, very pleased. "But Where's the
other stocking?" "Oh," said Ethel,
"I should have told you, grandma, I
began on the second one!"