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new york. i herd a good goak
from a feller who was in the offis
from sinsinnati, o, which, is one of
the few parts of germany not sur-
; rounded by allied and alps
' he dident have nothing to do that
" eve, but rubber at the ohio river or
"j" take in a nickel show so lie done the
, they was having a 3 teal picture
called the Work of God
furst they runs the name of pic
ture then they'runs a line like this
approved by the ohio bord of
Sr tha tvnxralMfr man snvn tn mi1
boss, gee woodent it been tuff on God -I
ir the ohio bord dident approve of his
? GOOD REASON
"Why doesyour wife dry the clothes
ln the cellar?
Because daughter is wearing so lit
!tla. that her mother is ashamed to
hang them in the yard. Judge.
Ta, a man's wife is his better half,
& "We are told so, my son."
K'Then if a man marries twice there
pn.'t anything left of himr is there?"
W$r o o
S A STEADY FOLLOWER
. "And when you eloped with the
girl," .asked a friend, "did her father
"Did he?" said the young man.
father! He's living with us yet!"
ONECAME OUT AHEA&
Hoping to be the first to relate some'
unwelcome newsi the youth rushed
into the house and said: "Father, I
had a fight, with Percy Raymond to
day." "I know you did," said the father
soberly. "Mr. Raymond came to see
me about it"
"Well," said the sonr "I hope you
came out as well as I did." Ladies'
o o -
"Are you going- to your wife's par
ty?" asked, fiie old friend,
. "No," replied Cumroz. "The last
time we had a party I attended and
couldn't find anybody to talk to."
"Then you are not a success in
"No. .The most I can do Is to stay
in hiding and not Injure the prospects
of mother and the girl." Washing
fyuSTA -BONES, VUH"f 006HT A,
HAM WHO EATS THVE MSMS
A.OW JUtM3 A
To KEEP A CMECk ON