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Nearsighted Customer Aren't you
making your loaves somewhat small
er these days, baker?
Baker No, sir, them's rolls, sir!
Johnny handed the following note
from his mother to the teacher one
"Dere teecher: You keep tellin'
my boy to brethe with his diafram.
Maybe rich children ias got dia
frams, but how about when there
father only makes $1.50 a day and
has got five children to keep? First
it's one thing, then it's another, and
now it's draframs. That's the worst