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The visiting lady had kept her
hostess at the open door fully half
fan hour saying good-by. Finally an
irate masculine voice indoors called
. "Say, Maria, if you're going out,
o; if you're staying, stay; but for
heaven's sake, don't' ooze out"
Anna How do you like being en
gaged to Jack?
Agnes (a literary girl) Oh, it's
wonderful! The dear fellow calls me
a poem, envelops .me in his arms and
seals with a kissr Judge.
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Friend After all, woman is a
Father (of a few) She may be a
weak vessel, but the cost of her rig
ging would lead one to suppose she
5 a dreadnaught Judge.
WHAT BECAME OF EVIDENCE?
Recently a "blind tiger" raid was
"pulled off" in an Indiana town that
is supposed to be dry and theoreti
cally is. The man who was charged
with harboring the sightless animal
was rather prominent in the com
munity. The persons who were
prosecuting the case turned the
liquor that had been bought by de
tectives over to an officer of the law.
"When the case came to trial the dep
uty prosecuting attorney asked that
the charge be dismissed.
"What is your reason for asking a
dismissal of this case?" asked the
"Well, somebody has drunk up all
the evidence," said the prosecutor.
"I wpnder how many men will be
made unhappy when I marry," said
"How many do you expect to mar
ry?" answered her dearest friend.
N. Y. World.
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"Boy, that dog looks starved.
Aren't you afraid he'll turn and eat
you up some day?"
"No, ma'am. I've got a little broth
er with lots more meat on him!"
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