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TIT FOR TAT
fShe makes me feel so small when
she begins to talk about her ances
tors. And we have no ancestors."
"Never mind, my dear. Come back
at her with the pedigree of your dog."
Caller Your daughter is quite
popular, isn't she?
Magazine Editor My boy, she's so
popular that she has to use printed
rejection slips in declining her offers
of marriage. Puck.
I STONG '
I "It's wonderful what some insects
can do. A grasshopper can jump 100
times its length."
"That's nothing; I once saw a bee
raise a 200-pouna man 3 feet off the
ground." N. Y. World.
AT 11 P. M.
Mother (calling downstairs)
Louise, what are you.and" Bill 'doing
down there cooing as usual?
Lquise No. mother; Billing!
ONE WAY OUT OF IT
It was getting late and Mr. Dub
bleigh's gasoline had given out near
a small hotel.
"Anybody around here got any gas
oline?" he asked the proprietor.
"Nobody but me," was the calm re
ply. "Good," said Mr. Dubbleigh. "How
much do you want for it?"
"Couldn't sell it to ye today," said
the landlord virtuously. "It's Sun
day, ye see."
"But I must have some," protested
Dubbleigh; "or what am I going to
"Ye might put up here for the
night," said the proprietor indiffer
ently. "I got a nice room I can let
ye have for seven dollars." Ladies'
Indignant Wife (2 a. m.) John,
what do you mean by coming home
at this hour?
John Noshin', my dear, noshin'
'tall. Club closed early thasli why.
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