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PROSPECT OF PEACE
An old Scotch farmer who had
been henpecked all his life was about
to die. His wife felt it her duty to
offer him such consolation as she
r might and said: "Sandy, you are
about to go, but I will follow you."
"I suppose so, Jean," said the old
man weakly. "But so far as I am
concerned you needno' be in ony ex
traordinar' hurry about it" Top
Wife "Oh, George, do order a rat
trap to be sent home today."
George "But you bought one last
"Wife 'Tea, dear, but there's a rat
- FALLING MARKET
-- "Then your daughter isn't going
to buy a duke?"
"Not just yet I advised her to hold
off awhile and for the same money
we might get a king." Puck,
Little Bobby Beatem went with
his mother to buy a pair of knicker
bockers. When he had looked at all
the varieties in the store he was still
"I want that pair in the window,"
"These are just exactly like them,"
assured the clerk; "but if you want
that particular pair I'll get them for
And he produced them, much to
Bobby's satisfaction. They bore a
sign which read, "These knicker
bockers cannot be beat." Judge.
She You used to say that I was all
the world to you.
He Yes, and since we've been
married I can appreciate exactly how
poor Atlas felt -New York Sun.
A COLOR SYMPHONY
"I shall take one of the children to
church with me this morning, Mary."
."Oh, whichever will go best with
my new mauve dress."
B'GOLLY NO MATTER
HOW WELL. PRID H
DENTIST IS, HE
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