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A lady complained to her milkman.
"Wfill. mum." said the milkman.
H'the cows don't get enough grass
KXeea tins ume o year, way, uieni
gfcows are just as sorry aDout it as 1
Uam. I often see 'em crying regular
cryin' mum because, they feel as
how their milk don't do 'em credit.
Don't you believe it, mum?"
"Oh. ves. I believe it" responded
si his customer, "but I wish in future
ivmi"d see that they don't drop their
', .tears into our can." Top-Notch.
WE ALL WOULD
Ht "I wonder if Edison would answer
a personal letter on a scientific sub-
1 1 "He mieht on some matter of in-
-terest to the world. What's on your
H - "T -would like to know if it does anv
if -good to jiggle the telephone hook up
jina aown wnen uie giri is b;uw m
getting your number." Puck.
"I never loved any one but you."
"You are the light of my life."
"I've heard that before."
' "I can't live without your love."
"If I could only tell you how much
I love you!"
"Get some new stuff."
"Will you marry me?"
"Well, now you're talking.' N. T.
Small Boy If I let go the pitcher
of mMk mothertl half kill me, an' if
I let go the dog he'll run away, an'
father half kill me, an' if I don't
let go the dog 111 be killed anyhow
an' what am I to do? N. Y. World.
"Now, there is a modest girl. See,
she does not raise her dress a parti
cle even when crossing the street."
"Yes, she's too modest to exhibit
her old shoes" N. Y. World.
War Enthusiast Listen to me! By
January 1 the kaiser will be in Paris.
Mr. Van Boob In Paris? Why,
what's going on there?