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Visitor (to facetious farmer) I'd
like to know why on earth you call
that pig "Ink."
Facetious Farmer Because he's
always running from the pen.
"How's business? Looking up?"
"I guess so. It's flat on its back."
If. Y. World.
B80UT THE ONLr.
SILENT CURFEW r KNOW
OP IS WHEN a DlRL.
VflwNS IN THE PRESENCE
' Mr? TrvTT
n. y. there was a cashier in a bank
over in brooklyn what beat it out
with a big wad of the long green and
a bale of yellow boys and the bank
president yelled help!
furst thing rite off the bat he telle
f ones for a detecative
and then he wates and bites his
fingernales until the dick heavyfoots
it into ttfe bank
well, says the bank president, i
want you to chase out and grab this
guy what had so much glue on his
fingers that he coodent pry off a ?
bill after it had got on once
all rite, replys the long island Old
Slooth, i will get my hooks on the,
lad, but furst i want to find out what
kind of a guy he it
then the president and the other
bank fellers describe the cashier
i gess i got him down all rite, says
the dick, only i want to know his
height, can you tell me his -height
that sort of. flabbergasted the pres
ident holy mackeral, he ecksclaimed, i
don't know his height but i do know
he is 10 thousand dollars short
"Father," said the small boy, "do
rabbits lay Easter eggs?"
"No, my son."
"And a Welsh rabbit isn't a rab
bit at all, is it?"
"No, my son."
"Is there anything that a rabbit i
on the level about?"