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"Will," said she, "I'm afraid 1117
bank Is in a bad way."
"How foolish, Mabel! It's one of
the strongest financial institutions in
the state. Whatever got that Idea
Into your head?"
"Well, it's very strange." replied
W Mabel, unconvinced; "they's just re
turned a check of mine for $40
1 maritea rNO iunas. narpers.
"a& "I believe in the motto, 'Never put
Sjftoff till tomorrow what can be done
"Pay me that $5 then."
' "The rule doesn't apply; that's
something that can't be done today."
"This fellow evidently doesn't
think much of our fountain pen."
', "Why, he sends us that testimonial
r we aske 1 for."
'Tes, written on a typewriter."
An English minister, who guarded
his morning study hour very care
fully, told the new maid that under no
circumstances were callers to be ad
mitted except, of course, he added
in case of life and death. Half an hour
later the maid knocked at his door.
"A gentleman to see you, sir."
"Why, I thought I told you "
"Yes, I told him," she replied, "but
he says it is a question of life and
So he went downstairs and found
an insurance agent. Argonaut.
SAW IT COMING
"Right m the midst of the advice
you were giving him you broke off
and hurried away."
"That's what I did!"
"But he was listening deferentially
to all you had to say."
"You bet he was! I never had a
man listen to me that deferentially
that he didn't try to touch me for $5
before I got away." Sacramento
B'GOLLY DID CHR
EVER NOTICE DRT IT
WAS R CASE OF ALL
WORK AN' NO'PLRY
WITH MRNY fl NERR