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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 17',
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Jack (to the summer girl) You
mil pardon me, bat may I ask your
Floss (blushingly) Oh, yes.
Floss I have just seen nineteen
Jack May I ask another question ?
Jack How long were you blind?
Willie Willis What's a "satirical
Papa Dillis It's the fellow who
borrows money of you and then kids
you about it whenever you meet.
SERVED HIM RIGHT
"Did the play have a happy end
ing?" "You bet it did! Some one in the
-gallery hit the villain square in the
face with a tomato." Houston Post. j
HE HAD THE HABIT
Irate Father Tm getting the4 of
this nonsense! Youve been engaged
to that young man for six mrmftis.
Does he ever intend to marry yo?
Daughter You must have pa
tience, papa. Remember, he's an
Irate Father What has that to-do
Daughter He's fond of long en
The inspector was talking about
adverbs and adjectives. "Does your
master use adverbs and adjectives?"
"Yes, sir," chorused the scholars.
"Well, what does he use when he
does not use adverbs and adjectives?"
There was a silence. Finally a lit
tle fellow put up his hand.
"He generally uses a ruler, sir,"
"My son, which language do you
wish to study, Latin or Greek?"
"Greek, pa. It tells about Homer,
and I always was interested in baseball."
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