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PAPA HAD A CROUCH
Nell Jack, dear, did you call on
Jack Sure I did, but he didn't ap
pear to enthuse very much over my
Nell What did he say?
Jack Why, when I asked him for
permission to press my suit he sim
ply answered: "Why don't you send
it to a tailor?" Judge.
WE REFUND YOUR
Sign in a Barber Shop in Phila
delphia. o o
Pun Great cats. That's a nerve!
Jlomebody has put a building right
where I bunea a Done: tuck,
Sir: The allies left Is trying to
move around the Germans' right, but
the Germans' right is also moving
around the allies' left Now, if the
left of the Germans' right move3
arouiid the right of the allies' left,
then what is left of the German right
must be right where, the allies' left
But if the German right's left is left
right where the allies' left's right was
right before the allies left then the
left is left right where the right was
right before the left's right left the
Isn't that right? Or is it? New
York Evening Sun.
SIGN HERE, PLEASE!
The Book Agent Lads a winner,
Her face is what sells you the
You simply can't hold out again her,
For she's an edition de looks.
v o o
When Jesse Martin of King City
found one of his calves chewed up
he suspected a dog. Missouri Paper.
B'GOLLY it. is furty
HARD TO CRITICISE"
BECROSE DE ARE.
D' BEST WHEN DEY
ARE TH' WORST.