jjii. mi . in J'h'
new york. theres a lady what
lives up in harlem who beleeves in
sines and she dont beleeve in ped
dlers which made her put up a sine
on her kitchen dore
oa the sine she rote
peddlers keep out, nuthing bought
at this dore
& all that day there wasent a bang
oil the dore & the lady was shaking
hands with her self that after noon
then sum body begun pounding on
the parlor winder
the lady runs to the winder think
ing maybe her house was on fire or
sum thing like that
& all she seen was a peddler, with
sum brooms to sell for 35 c. each.
your sine says you wont buy nuth
ing at the dore, but it dont say that
you woodent buy any thing at the
winder & thats why i come here he
AT THE DEBATING CLUB
Jones If Mr. OldbOy makes any
such assertion I will denounce him
as a liar.
President Sir. Jones, I call you to
order. Our by-laws do not allow you
to go that far.
Jones Then I call Mr. Oldboy a
liar as far as it is permitted by the by
laws of this association.
Mrs. Flubdub My husband goes
out every evening for a little con
stitutional. Does yours?
Mrs. Guzzler No; my husband al
ways Jseepa it in. the, house.
A SURE CLEW
"Have you collected that bill ow
"Have I collected it? I called at the
house and found that seven Smithy
lived there. Six declared they owedJ
nothing, and the seventh kicked mi
out of the house."
"That's the one. Go back and ge$
man Jones is
"Mentally, perhaps; but not phys
ically. I ought to know. He toof
dinner at my house last night" N.
"I e-r-r I e-r-r," began the public
'Exactly," said the chairman, "t
think that here we all agree that to
err is only human."
M1STA BOUES VsUHV CANT
VHX BECAUSE THE CITY
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