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r HAD TWO GUESSES
! , '"What's the trouble, John?"
'"Why, sir, here's a note from Mr.
Mahlstick in -which he tells, me that
he is off on a little trip jand he -wants
me to send his drawing materials
"Well, isn't that plain enough?"
"Hardly, sir. I don't think, sir, that
you know Mr. Mahlstick. I don't
know wither to send his paints and
brushes or only a corkscrew."
Blobbs Bjones 4s the p most un
lucky fellows at cards' I ever met '
Slobbs Then I suppose he is lucky
Blobbs I suppose so. At any rate,
he's '.never been married. Philadel
i B A. BENEFACTOR
i Jimson Oh, yes. I knew old Sim
son. He was a good sort - He did a
very kind action once tor me -when
the clouds ,wjere dark and threatening
and the world looked so black.
vPtason What did he do?
A MILD PROTEST
r Pearls of laughter came from th$
president's room as the secretary
"Mr. Green is too busy to see you at
present," said the secretary politely,
"I'm sorry," said the,, man whq
called on business, "Will you go back;
and telT Mr Green that I've got twq
stories just as good as the one .he's
heard, if he'll let me in to tell them?"
Detroit Free Press.
A f amouB clergyman tells of a lay
preacher's conference in -which a vet-1
eran described his method of sermon
"I take my text," he said, "and di
vide my sermon into three parts. In
the first part I tell 'em what I'm going
to tell 'em. In the second part well,
I tell 'em. In the third part I tell 'em
what I've told 'em."
IN EXCELLENT FORM
iiMy boy, I must congratulate you
"TnanK you, sir, i er "
. "Yes, sir, you've worked here three
weeks and you haven't done any
thing right yet" Buffalo Express. ;
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