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( ANYDMS A BSER CHECK,
. . V A POKER CHIP, A
I v .sysPEh3D6 "Button,
- SOME NERVE!
' The Head Barber Sure, Mr. All
gall, 1,11 lend you a dollar. Glad to
help you out
Mr. Allgall Thanks, old mart.
They're having a sale of safety razors
.around the corner and I didn't want
to miss it Philadelphia Bulletin.
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) A COOLER VIEW
Pat (after the explosion) Why
- didn'tye wait five minutes longer, ye
, Mike It's better to be a. coward
J ior five minutes, isn't it, than to be a
1 corpse for the rest of yer- life?
; o o
Lou I saw Ethel yesterday, and
& we had the loveliest confidential chat
Lucy I thought so she wouldn't
talk to me today. Fun.
"I wonder what has become of the
-v old-fashioned dime novel?" remark
r ed the old fogy.
u "It has gone up to a dollar and a
half," leplied the grouch.
WILLING TO PLEASE
An Irishman in France had been
challenged to a duel. "
"Sure," he cried, "well fight with
"That won't do," cried his second,
"as the challenged party you have the
right to choose the weapons, but
chivalry demands that you should de
cide upon -a weapon with which
Frenchmen are familiar."
"Is that so?" said the generous
Irishman; "then we'll fight it out with
""Miss Prettyface, I have been con
verted and I want to make restitu
tion for any wrong I have done. I
stole some kisses from you, and I
would like to give them back."
She Well, Mr. Smith, of course., J
don't want to put any obstacle Jn
the way of your doing what you
think fa right New York Sun.
SOMETHING OUT OF
TH' SOIL OF Fr
FE1LERS LIFE DAT
'NO SYSTEM OF
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