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Brown What a rig that woman
Jones (looking) By Jove, that re
minds me, I've goMo get some cas
tor oil for
Brown Eh! I fail to see how that
rig can remind you of castor oIL
Jones The bad taste of it my
boy! Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"I don't understand why Matilda
hag sued me, Judge," protested the
defendant in a recent breach-of-promise
suit "I only did the asking,
while she did the promising."
"How's vacation, Johnnie?"
"Bully! Fell off a shed, most got
drownded, tipped over a beehive, was
hooked by a cow, Jim Spindles licked
me twice, an' I got two stone bruises
an' a stiff neck!" Zion's Herald,
A well-known Mississippi minister
was fond of playing pranks. One day,
while riding with an illiterate negro,
the minister began gravely to chatter
Italian to his brunette driver.
The negro looked wildly at the
minister and said nothing. Fmalty
the white man, In pretended pique,
"What's the matter? Why don't
"I dono what yo' all talkin' 'bout"
"What's wrong? Haven't you any
"Yassah, I got some brains, all
right; but ey ain' do use tome now.''
Gabe Jones is the most truthful
t man I know of.
Steve Why do you say that?
Gabe He had a bjack eye last
week and I asked him how he got it
and he told me that a man hit him.
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