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"Did Julius give you a stone-set
ring for your birthday?"
"Yes. Isn't it a beauty? Blue
"But you were born in March. The
diamond is the birthstone for April."
"That's rieht: but as long as I
rkhow Julius, my birth month is going
Jo be April." Fun.
1 NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Teacher When' the prodigal son
returned, Tommy, what did his father
Bright Boy He nearly killed the
fat calf. Judge.
"This girl' is only a college flirt.
How do you know that she really
'She dyes her hair to conform with
I my college colors, dad. A fellow
couldn't ask for any greater proof of
devotion than thaf--Judge.
new york. a yung feller I know
has been having panes in his insides
for sum time past, particklerly after
he got some dope from the fame
ly dock, but it dident seem to fix him
up, so he desided to get reorganized
by a reguler guy, and he went to a
dock, he says to the stummick
speshelist, i don't know what's the
matter, but my meals dont seem to
agree with me
i dont hardly get the eats packed
away till i got more trubbel in my giz
zard than what king gorge has got in
well, well, says the dock, we got to
see about this, how are you feeling
bum, ansers the feller, awful bum,
i just had lunch and now i am in miz
zery what did you have for lunch, may
i ask, enkwires the dock
well, says my frend, I had a pigs
nuckel and a glass of beer and a fruit
sallad and sum ice creem and a little
rockfort cheese and a glass of milk
niy boy, says the dock, you're in
the wrong shop
you dont want a stummick spe
shelist, what you want is a brane
"You assure me thatthis-'is tha
very latest fashion?"
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"And it won't fade?" '
"No, madam, I am sure it won't.
We have had it in the window for two ,
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