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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY G. 1902.
j iran a kiss you sasy fellow?"
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"Wen, here is one for you." Mej-Eendorfer Blaetter.
INVENTION FOR CHILDREN.
(EYom Fllesende Blaetter)
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HIS IDEA Or PARADISE.
"Say, doctor. do you think that In heaven people are allowed to aokeT
"No. indeed! They feel no desire for such thlEgs."
"Then TO. rather go to the other place everybody smokes there!" Dor DorfbcxbleA
A NEWSPAPER JOKE.
SCtor: "What, on the 21st of Hay yon bring xne the first sraaaaopperT"
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Captain: "Now, then, what's that jon've got in your mouth 1
Boy: "Please, sir, nothing, sir'
Captain: "Then, if it's nothing, yooll just swallow it" MoonIifn
A GENTLE HINT.
Son-in-Law (to his wife's mother, who has been with him for a long time): ""Wlat are you look
ing for? Perhaps a time table?" Fliegende Blaetter.
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Lady (engaging servant): "Am I to understand, then, that you left your last situation through
s row you had with your mistress?"
Servant: "Well, mum, not egzacklyj I honly spoke to 'er as one lady should to another." Moon-
A SURL'KISE ALL AROUND.
Com. Vlio. Jump!"
Hi "Ten seemed to oe ranch moved 07 th performanceT " Ij
She: "Not 10 ranch as you were. You moved at the end of each act." Moonshine
PROVISIONS VS. MILLINERY.
"Look. EmU, hotr beautiful- that window Is decorated!"
"Wonderful, ray dear Eulallel" Fllesende Blaetter.
BY THE SAD SEA WAVES
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S. "Let tt leave the noisy crowd on beach
and pier and commune together nth Na- crepz u; t0 Join the .
2. So they commund. And tho rising Ofi
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t. "Help! Help!" they cried.
4. They were rescued which was
than thtr dtstrred.
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