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STOP e, BUT I. HOP.
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mak- -or. 30MeaJss
"How old is your baby brother, lit
tle girl?" ,
"He's a this year's model."
CHfl EVER NOTICE
HOW ERSY IT IS
LIGHT ON MONEY
new yorltr-there is a famly over In
brooklin that is sailing on trubbled
matrimonial waters these here days
and it- all started the other nite
when friend wife begun to rub it in
oa the old man
it was after supper and the kids
had gone to bed when friend husband
shot off his mouth about how well he
could live on his saby if missus mul
lagan wusent there spending so much
dough all the time
well, says mrs mulligan gitting
purty mad herself by now, you didn't
have to marry me you know that mr
o yes i know that he says right
back at her, but every man is a
denied fool some time in his life and
that was my time i gess
i suppose, says mrs. mullagan, that
you know i came near marrying jim
hayes before i married you?
you bet i know it, he rubs it into
me -evry time he gets a chance
Tramp (enter taxidermist's) Do
you stuff all kinds of things here?
Taxidermist Why, yes.
Tramp Wen, I wish you'd stuff me
with a good dinner.
DANGEROUS TO DO
"That old fellow oyer there got his
wife through advertising."
"What! For a wife?" v
"No, advertising money to loan."
New York Post.
Stout Wife How do you like my
masquerade costume? I'm a page.
Husband Page? You look more
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