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Jimmy giggled when the teacher
Ijead the story pf the Roman who
jwam across tne 'jiber three times
iw "You. do not doubt that a trained
swimmer could do that, do you, Jim-
"No, sir, said Jimmy; "but I won
dered why he didn't "make it four,
and get back to the side, his- clothes
were on." Top-Notch.
f o o ' " '
X? . THAT HUGGIN HABIT
("I see that a widow named Huggin
,s recovered ?iv,uuu rrpm a New
ork matt in a breach of promise
That's a good deal to pay for a"
uggin he didn't get."
n n .
if , , USELESS FEARS
jlw you uunK it unpues paa iuck
to be married on Friday?"
I don't think the day makes the
n. y. sum fellers was having a lit
tle poker party the uther nite up to
the home of a old married man whose
wife was out of town visiting her
and evry once in a while the feller
that was giving the party would nick
into the chin music with sum kind
of a reel nice remark about his ab
sent better 1-2
after he had told the gang about
17 times that they diden't none of
them realize what a fine wife he had
they begun to wonder what the sam
hill was ailing him '
speshially as always before when
hisJady fair wasent around he would
speak of her as the old buzzard or
sum sutch pet name like that
finelly one of them says, bill, are
you nutty or what the blazes, slipping
us all this soft sope all of a sudden
about the old lady
what do you mean, hollers bill, as
loud as he can rore, she is the finest
woman in the world and why would
ent I say so
then he give them the high sign
to foller him and they all walked out
in the middel of the back yard and
i aint- sure but i think the blamed
old cat has got a jdictygraph planted
sumwhares around the h0u.se, do you
git me? l V .
and they did , r. I '
o o " .
Mother (at the breakfast table)
You always ought to use your nap
kin, Gedrgie. "
Georgie I am usin' It, mother; I've
got-the-dogJied to the leg of the
table wita it