a joy j i
n. y. i gess ol barnum was about
Tite and there-Is probably more than
1 borned every minnit now
if there, wasent reelestaters wood
ent J)e selling bottom of ponds for
thats the kind of a guy mr macKul
low is i betcher
he ponies up 150 bucks for the 1st
payment on sum land in jersay
& after he gets a skrap of paper
wlat says the land is hisn he takes a'
day off to go and give the place the
well, he wasent satisfied with it atJ
all because it was m tne middel of a
bunch of factory bildings which cut
off his yiews, so he beats it back to'
the man what sold him the place and
starts to ball him for further orders
you said that there was a 40 miles
view from that property and i win
eat my straw lid if i can see 40 feet
away without no exray mashine
all the trubbel with you was that
you dident look in the rite direction,
replied the realestater; you oughter
Salesman That toy horn don't
blow, sir; It's defective.
Customer Wrap it up young man;
rit's just tne horn I want for my,
o o ' '
r r -s-
Fair One Kind sir, would you like
,to help the Newspoys' Home?
I Pat Party Sure, where are they?
(A vaudeville playlet in one act
Place any butcher shop. Time
today. Characters Mrs. Simon
Tony, the butcher. Mrs. Simon, witty
basket on arm).
Mrs. Simon Tony, I think this
meat is spoiled!
Tony What meat?
Mrs. Simon This lamb here. I
bought it from you yesterday. I am,
not going to buy here if you give mq
Tony Ah, but I donta giva you
bada meat no no!
Mrs. Simon Neverthless, this
meat was spoiled.
(A happy smile on Tony's face) .
Tony Ah, I know. Data meats
came from a leetle lamb. De keeds,
dky peta heem so mucha he spoil.
MlSTA FOUES ONE FLEA. ASKED
TUB OTWETWHo MAD BEEN
MSSf l HE HAD BEEN ON
o. WKAHON WHAT VO V
W j '
HE SMO MO, WE HAD BEEM
ON A TRAMP!
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