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j Many a man loses the race by
looking' ar-ound to see how far
khead he is.
", A man is like a balloon, when
Jie throws out.his ballast, he goes
3 The man who can guess within
fjjilf "a size of how big a hat he
wears is in a healthy condition.
I People who borrow trouble al
ways -insist on paying it back
every few day.
Girls who blush easily should
jjlways think twice when trying
to decide where to hide their
8ony- . ,
It There is no frost on the pump
, Before you" propose find
out if she just loves you for
says, that American women .have
"better figures than English wo
men ' That's why English lords
come over here to get wives.
' . ,
Ivory is not used' exclusively
for "billiard balls.
"Drink to me only with ' thine
The wistful lover spluttered ;
She winked him into a hplpless
jag ' , " .
. Then laughed because, he stuttered.
English cities are planning to
place mirrors at street corners to
prevent collisions. The idea is
to enable you to see if anyone is
coming. Half the time a fellow
would see -his own reflection and
try to dodge it? wouldn't he?,
Your lucky if your shoes
are the only calf-skin you
Wonder if the man in the
'Tfloon views the operations of
.the lady aviators with hope?
, Any one who talks about
3qvc a& a game, is fixing to
"draw the losers' end.
, People who wear glasses
evidently do not realize what
$rh advantage it is not to see
i A London dressmaker
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