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Country Doctor (superintendent of
Sunday school) Now, children, who
can tell me what we must do in order
to get to Heaven?
Bright Boy We must die.
Country Doctor Quite right, but
what must we do before we-die?
right Boy Get sick and send
SAVED BY A SCRATCH
duke was about .bankrupt
when he married Miss MDlyuns."
"Then you don't think it was a love
'Np; it was a safety match .from
' Rhe duke's point of view."" New York.
SHE KNEW FATHER
Y'AlLthe world loves a lover, you
knSw," said the young man.
'flouTl find out your mistake wheq,
u speak to father," replied the
sweet ydung thingt
One evening at dinner the guests
were all seated when Brown came in.
Directly he sat down at the table he
"Good gracious, madam, my nap-JC(r.
kin is quite damp! Why on earth is4e
But on this occasion, at least, the.
landlady "got her own back."
"I suppose, Mr. Brown," she said,
"it must be because there is so much
due on your board."
The laugh is not always againa
the recruit. One was late for parad
in the morning.
"What yer late for?" snapped th
orderly sergeant. . -k
"For parade, of course." was thy
WANTED THE RIGHT THING J
Salesman Flatirons, madam?
Mrs. Youngbride No; show me
some apartment-irons; we live hi -it-suite.
17 IS IMPOSSIBLE TER
GET H POUND OF
SERVICE OUT OF B
HALF POUND OF
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