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HOST UKE TO HEAR VouR
PftEACHeQ PREACH ABOUT ON
! LILLIAN RUSbcuL
Lillian Lussell she plittlest MeUcan
X: She mally many times but she not
mally dluggist too bad save
Evely day she take milk bath
.pletty sloon she allasamee dip in
3i Lillian Lussell tellee sisters how to
jChiake nose stlaight and eye clear.
Bimeby she tellee girls no smokee
cigalet no drinkee clocktail.
0 Bimeby maybeeo she joint Blilly
V We see.
Newspaper office) I want to put in
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death. There ain't no charges, be
i Clerk Oh, yes. Our rate is 15
cents an inch.
Farmer Ruination! Bill stood six
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" Lady Have you lost yourself, little
Boy No, mam, but I've found a
street I don't know.
Professor The geologist thinks
nothing of a thousand years.
Student Gee -whist I loaned a
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WHY ABOUT A QUARTER OR
A u( I M.
' MDont you care for any postcards
today?" asked a postal clerk, as he
handed the man the stamp he had
"No, not today," said the man.
"Or same stamped envelopes? We
have some new ones."
"No, thank you."
"Would you like a money order?"
"Or perhaps you would like to open
a postal savings account?"
"I do not"
"Then let me advise you to rent
one of our letter boxes."
But the man had fled.
"Who was that fellow, and why did
you ask him all those questions ?
asked a fellow clerk.
"That," said the other clerk, "is
my barber. For years when he has
shaved me he has bothered me with
recommendations of massages;
shampoos, hair cuts, and hair tonics.
I am even with him!" New" York,
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