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green and fresh," exclaimed Mrs.
Youngwife, as she, tripped into
the grocery store.
"Yes, madam," replied the gro
wer, as'he put bne hand to the side
of his mouth, to give his voice a.
better carrying power, and called :
f "Hank, come in here and wait
on, this lady." '
Little Bobbie's father had tak
en him to his first football, game.
Bdbby was impressed by therbot-
i'ihg. 'Why do they yell that way?'
hje. asked his father. "That' gets
,vthe other-team rattled and helps
' , i
win the game,", replied his father.
That night Bobbie prayed: "Now
I lay me,down to sleep, etc.," clos
ing with "Rah! rah! rah! Sizz!
"Why,, Bobbie' said a horror
stricken mother, "whyjfxlid you
say that ?" l ,
. "So's Godvwill be rattled .and
wont remember about that fib I
told this morning," confidently
replied the young hopeful.
Magistrate: "What is your
L trade, my man?"
-.Prisoher: "lama locksmith,
i "And what were- you doing
When the police came on the
,jjuI wafi.makingta boltj for the
"I am thankful for this," re-
. , marks Bob
"A scrap is my favorite job;
And the. way, things appear to me
We are in for a beautiful row."
"I am thankful for -this," says
"Though some people call me
Xnoiicejtheyire quiet, as' mice
Whenever I give some advice.