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AN INVITATION ,
An elderly farmer drove into town
one day and hitched his team to a tel
"Here," exclaimed tjhe burly po
liceman, "you can't hitch there."
"Can't eh!" shouted the irate far
mer. "Well, why have you got a
sign up, 'Fine for hitching'?"
Habitual Customer (to his barber)
Your confounded haif restorer has
made my hair come out more than
Barber Ah, you must have put too
much On, sir! Made the hair come
right out instead of only half way."
Jeweler This ring is ?2 more than
the plain one, on account of the chas
ing. Customer Oh, you won't have to
chase me! I'm going to pay for what
A golfer noted for his meanness no
ticed that a strange lad was carrying
"You're not the boy I have usually
had," he said. -'
"No, sir," replied the lad; "you
see, we tossed who'd be caddie for
"Oh, I see!" said the golfer, "and
"No," answered the caddie-sorrowfully,
THE BURNING QUESTION
"When the British attacked Wash
ington in 1913 all the congressmen
had to leave the city Of course, they
came back later."
"Did they collect mileage botli
ways?" eagerly inquired tie con
gressman addressed. Pittsburg Post.
Lady (rather difficult to please)
I like this book, but I see it's printed
Salesman Well, if you like it,
madam, I wouldn't take too much no
tice of that statement; it's probably
another German lie. Tit Bits.
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