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- A NEAR-GOLDEN TEXT
Of All the Mottoes
East or West,
We Love The Very
Exhorts: "Co Rest,
THE KIND OF INSTRUMENT
The barber was digging away in
dustriously. 'After a few moments
he made the usual inquiry:
"Razor all right ,sir?"
"My dear sir, if you hadn't men
tioned it I should never have known
there was a razor on my face."
The barber beamed.
"Thank you, sir, thank youV
"No," added the man in the chair,
"I should have thought you t? ere us
ing a saw."
"Bobbie, what kind of a show did
papa take vou to see while you were
in the city?"
' "It was a dandy show, mamma,
jwith ladies dressed in stockings
clear up to their necks." Puck.
TIME PROVED IT
Young Husband A year ago you
were crazy to marry me!
Fis Wife That's what mother
1 said, but I wouldn't ltetenJjidge
New York Evening Sun.
LOVE CAN TELL
"I'm not at home to that gentle
man, Jane," declared the belle.
"You haven't seen his card yet,"
protested mother. "You don't know
who it is."
"True; but it isn't the machine I'm
waiting for. I can tell by the honk."
THE COUP DE GRACE
Eagymark I've loaned so much
money to my friends that I am al
Owens Let me make the finish
ing touch. Boston Transcript.
"Please, teacher, me little brother
can't come to school today because
he's sick from eating eggs."
"That's too bad!"
".No, ma'am,x)nyxiie-3yns .