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BALAMCE I NEED '"T-JX
"I don't like those people at alL
They're too good."
"What's the trouble?"
"They've kept the same maid for'
eight yearg, and insist that they've
never had a washerwoman disap-"
point them." Detroit Free Press.
Politician Congratulate me, my
dear. I've won the nomination.
Wife in surprise) Honestly?
' Politician Now what in thunder
did you want to bring up that point
for? Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph.
"She makes me feel so small when
she begins to talk about her ancest
ors. And we have no ancestors."
"Never mind, my dear. Come bacKi
at her with the pedigree of your dog.1
o o t
Johnny What does it mean to say
seeing the humorous side of things, i
Father Well, let us take an exam
ple. How many sides has a banana
skin for instance?
Father Exactly. And when some
other man steps on the banana-skin
he sees the serious side of it, and you
see the humorous side.
o o "
"Mrs. Gabby just loves to indulge
in cheap talk."
"Then let her try a little conver
sation on the new line between New
York and San Francisco." New
HAVE US ALWAYS
Crawford Medicine seems to be a
very profitable profession.
Crabshaw Why not? The doctors,
have us coming and going. Life.
"William, something told me not to
leave you here alone with those pies.
You go right to bed!"
"But, ma, I didn't touch them at
"Yes, that's just it You must be
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