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' " FOOLlNGnHEEN.EMY""r '
Kain was -falling steadily as the
weary cyclist plodded on through the
English" mud. At)3ast hespied a fig
ure walking towant him. through the
gloom. Gladly he4sprung off his ma
chine and asked tie-native.
"How far off isitheivJUage of Pop
pleton?" "Just ten mfles'ithetother way, sir,"
was the reply.
"The other way4." exclaimed the
cyclist" "But the last signpost I
passed said it was in this direction."
"Ah," said the native with a know
ing grin, "but, ye see, we turned that
, there post around so as to fog those
7 'ere ZeppyBngs!"
"In many ways," observed Mrs.
Cityflat, "I find that a horse is much
r lijte a man."
"Wall, I dunno," answered Farmer
Squash, as he applied a match to his
corncob pipe. "I have found them
quite different in some respects. For
i instance, a horse la worth more after,
he's broke." Judge. .
f o, o
r Cholly .to shopman)- say aw
" could you take that yellow tie with
-r the pink spots out of the window?
t Hosier Yes, sir. Pleased to take
i anything out of the window, sir
' Cholly Thanks, awfty! The
1 beastly thing bothers me every time
I pass. Good-mawning. Christian
WHAT SHE DID WITH IT
. "Oh, mother," cried Edith, "I found
a little flea on kitty.and I caught it."
"What did you do with it?" asked
" "Why, I qut it back on kitty again,
of course. It was her flea." Lippin
cott's. o o
JUST'UKE A BARBER
Indignarft 'Customer Barber, why
'did you drop that towel on my face?
e'- Barber Because it was hot, sirs
f 'BRIDGET WAS'READ
Mre. Gaygirl I told my cook this
mornIng that she had "enough brass
in her face to make a kettle and she
said I had enough sauce in my ton
gue to fill the kettle.
MtSTA BOWES, WHY IS LOVE
UA. PUCK'S FOOT?
VHY. BECAUSE T S SO
L WOFreNHIWEN IN
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