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A farmer in the country gave a job
to a seedy looking individual who had
amilied to him. and who had assured
him that he never got tired. When
the employer went to the neia wnere
he had put the tramp to work he
found the latter lolling on his back
under a tree.
"What does this mean?" he asked
the employe, "I thought you were a
man who never got tired."
"I don't," calmly responded the
tramp. "This doesn't tire me.'
GANG GOT BUSY
A class had studied the ftrct chapter
of Acts, concerning the election of a
"And how was Matthias chosen?"
asked the instructor.
"They all jumped on him and kick
ed him," replied the bright boy of the
"Whatever put that idea into your
head?" inquired the teacher.
"WelL sir, you told me. You read
to us that 'the lot fell on Matthias!"
LOOKS BAD FOR PA
"Ma," inquired Bobby, "hasn't pa
a queer idea of heaven?"
"Why do you ask that?"
" 'Cause I heard him tell Mr. Na
bor that the week before you spent
at the seaside seemed like, heaven to
him." N. Y. World.
A suffraget said: "I want to get
married just to prove that I can, and
I don't want to get married just to
prove that I don't have to. If I don't
they'll say I can't; if I do they'll say
T have no more independence than
any other woman."
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WAS IT SARCASM?
Mrs. Poorpay I wonder if the doc
tor's vriip meant anything personal
Poorpay What did she say?
,. .Mrs, Poorpay She said that we
, might at least pay them a vjsjfc