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s ' i ' j 7, -trn
n, y. i went to cort the other day
not having anything else to do
one case was pretty funny allrite
there was 3 men before the judge &
one was a Scotchman who stole a
horse the other a englishman who
' stole a cow and the other a irishman
' who stole a waggon
the judge sez to the Scotchman
where did you get the horse
sez the Scotchman i had him since
, he was a colt
he turns to the englishman and
where did you get that cow
i owned her since she was a calf
says the englishman
then he turn to the irishman and
' where did you get that wagon
faith yer onor i had this wagon
since it was a wheelbarrow sez the
They the two were .sitting on
the rustic seat in the arbor. He had
been wondering if he dared. Even
r the moon had begun to pay atten
tion. Just then the young enamored
.. edged up closer.
"Be careful, Mr. Jones," said the
football girl "I will have to penalize
you three feet for holding." Puck.
Myrtle Natalie told me a wicked
story last night and I scolded her for
A RAW JOKE 4
One day a bride got aboard- CarW "
train with her new husband. They
were, as Harry Lauder would say,
"bound on their hinnymin." Carl
say at a glance that they were new
in travel as well as matrimony. So,
as they climbed the steps, Carl,
standing on the platform, took
charge of them.
"Gents to the right, ladies to the
left," said the attentive Mr. Fisher.
And in they went, Mr. Newlywed
taking a seat to the right of the aisle,
his bride to the left They rode thus
all the way to Louisville, each con
vinced that Quaker meetinghouse
methods were an abomination when
exercised on railroad trains.
"How would you classify a tele
phone girl? Is hers la business or a
"Neither; it is a calling!"
MlSTA, BOWES VHY IS THE
BEUSlAN ARMY UKE TUiS
2UY. BECAUSE JT HAS'lEADERS'
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