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THANKS TO HER
"He says his success is due entire
ly to his wife."
"But his wife divorced him!"
"Yes; but he had to hustle so hard
to earn the alimony the court granted
her than he became the business suc
cess you now see." Houston Post
"Ma! ma!" sobbed Willie, "do my
ears belong to my neck or .my face?"
"Why, what is the matter?" was
the temporizing reply.
. "Well, you told Mary to wash my
face, and she's washing my ears,
Nell Eliza went to an astrologer
to find out when was the best time
to get married.
Stell What did he teH her?
Nell He took one look at her and
told her to grab the first chance.
new york. a lady that lives in a
swell apartment uptown got a new
hired gerl the uther day
this here lady has been married
about 20 yeres, and has got a cuppel
of kids in high school
the new gerl she had worked
around in new york famelys consid
erable, and she dident miss nuthing
that went on around the place
it wasent long before she noticed
that 2 or 3 times a week a swell box
of flowers came up in the afternoon
for the lady of the house
or maby a large packidge of doler
a pound candy
one day she Bays to mrs. brown,
say, lady, i don't want to be makin
no breaks, but i should think you
would ought to be more cairful about
"having all them flowers and candy
and things come up to the house,
your old man might get wise
why, says mrs. brown, you don't
rknow what youre talking about, it's
mr. Drown mat senas me tnem pres
what! yells the gerl, you mean to
tell me you been married long enough
to have 2 grown up- kids, and your
husbend still buymgr you flowers and
that's just what i mean, ansers mrs.
brown i V
the gdrl she gasped a few times and '
then she said.
well, of all things! he certainly i3
holding out well, aint he?
AND THAT'S NO JOKE
"What is the evil of divorce and re
marriage?" "The trouble of breaking in a new
motherrin-Jaw;" Judge. ,