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DOWN GOES TEMPERATURE TEE-HEE!
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r "Hand me the family joke book, Mrs. B." I don't want to alarm you,
but B. is a sick man; I'll hand him a few laughs right now to quiet him.
See that he has a chuckle and a couple of whoops at 4 o'clock, and repeat
" the dose at 6."
This never really happened, but if our doctors act on the suggestion of
Dr. C. Garre of the University of Bohn, Germany, they'll be dosing their
patients with laughs and gentle gurgles instead of pills, arid they'll give the
merry ha-ha to the fussy old appendix. I
Dr. Garre advises laughing as the cure-all for ills of tha. flesh. "Laugh
and live" was the German doctor's advice to sick folks and some of them
think's he's right.
A MILD TIP i NOT EASILY COMFORTED
"Did I ever tell you I killed a man
"Yes he won money from me at
cards. Go ahead now, it's your bet."
"Boo-hoo, I expected a letter from
"Cheer up, lady. It may come to
morrow." "No he's coming himself tomorrow."