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The Funny Side's Funny Stories
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Two i young . ladles boarded i a .crowded car and were ; obliged to stand. C! •
One of them, to steady herself, took hold of what she supposed was her
friend's hand. They had stood thus for some time, when on looking down ■ .
she discovered that she was holding » man's hand. Greatly emlbalrassed,
she exclaimed: • "/.
•Ca, I've got the wrong hand!" Whereupon the man with a smile '
Stretched forth his other hand, saying:- "Here; is the other hand, miss."
LOUISE TRAITJUEH,.I69. Spring street. West Hoboken, N. J.
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- A small boy went to visit his grandmother out West } Finding her ;
very plain, he remarked: ■ ' - -
"Why. grandma,' this place is a shack" ;
He-was told if he didn't like the house his papa might build a nice
c&e. This remonstrance troubled him. He felt he had said the wrong "
dung, and after deep study said:, . --,'-;
"Well," grandma, you see, 1 didn't Just exactly mean a shack— l- meant-
A bungalow." * • -
,' BESSIE JBOILAN, Victor!* Hotel. De» Moines. lowa.
£• On a certain day, It was stated, the world would com© to an end. On .'
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that day a deacon became excited and worried, and after a while climbed
upon a haystack to await the end. Some boys seeing him there and want
ing some fun, set the stack afire. The deacon awoke, and standing up
with the flames all around him, exclaimed:
S !'Jn hell, just as I expected!"
MABEL WOODYAHD, 69 Reeb avenue. Columbus, Ohio.
Pat was asked by his employer if he would like to go up in an airship.
"No," replied Pat. "And why?"
"Sure," said Pat, "and me wife can fly high enough for us both: and
if it don't take ail the money I'm after earning now to kape her sailing."
LOWS KINGSBUBY. 64 Oaknood avenue, Arlington, N. J.
A teacher was trying to explain the dangers of overwork to one of the
"Now, Tommy," she pursued, "if your father were busy all day and
said he would have to go back to the office at night, what would he be
"That's what ma wants to know.l' said Tommy.
W. <i. HUBI/EY, U Fairtiew street, Portland. Con*
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