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"COME ON. GRANDPA!"
HIS CURE x
Tramp I just dropped in to of
fer my -new cure for indigestion
and kindred ailments, mum. It
may prove a great blessing to
your family, mum, -and I charge
nothing for the prescription.
Housekeeper Well, 1 must
say that's reasonable enough.
What's the cure?
Tramp Live on plain food and
give your rich and indigestible
dishes to the poor. I'm the poor,
WANTED TO GET BUSY
"Shall I have to get -married
when I grow up?" asked little
Flossie one day .of her mother.
"Just as you please, dear," an
swered her mother, wjth a smile.
"Most women do, however.''
"Yesr I suppose so," continued
the little girl, musingly. "And I
think I'd better start and look out
for a husband- now. They say
that Aunt Jane has been at it for
twenty ygars and hasn't caught
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