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The impecunious artist had brought
home a bottle of medicine for hia
small daughter. It "was unpleasant
looking stuff, and she demurred at
"But," pleaded her father, "poor
old dad has spent his last dollar for
Touched, the child took the draft
But a little later she sidled up to
her father. "Dad," she said, "ifif
you think you could afford it, I'd like
to frow this up." Everybody's.
o o r
THIS LAD KNEW
"What is the most dangerous con
dition about your home?" This was
m amone: the Questions asked. 'dav the
state fire marshal, in a list for school
children to be answered on Fire Pre-
Lvention day. ""
"Our bulldog," Was the answer of
AS SOCIETY SEESTT
"I thought you were going to move
Into a more expensive apartment?"
"The landlord saved us the trou
ble," . replied Mrs. Flimgilt. "He
raised the rent of the one we have
Vicar por shame, my lad! What
have those poor little fish done to be
imprisoned upon the day of rest?
Tommy That-that's what they
Lgot for for chasing worms on a
Sunday, sir. John Bull.
Two college students were ar
raigned before the magistrate charg
ed with hurdling the low spots in the
road in their motor-car.
"Have you a lawyer?" asked the
"We're not going to have any law
yer," answered the elder of the stu
dents. "We've decided to tell the
Her Suitor Does your father like
Her 'Brother Well, I dunno. I
heard him say he was going to give
you some of the cigars ma gave him.
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