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(Plynn and McLaughlin.)
Haven't you got a brother who's
"He was a minister, but he went
into the hat business."
"Why did he leave the church?"
"For seven reasons."
"What are they?"
"A wife and six children."
"Did you know that today is my
"Let me congratulate you."
"How old do you think I am?"
"I don't know, but you don't
"The other day I had my fortune
told by a palmist"
"Girls make me tired. They are
always going to get their hands
vYes, and men are always going
into saloons to get their noses red."
"I can't get angry with you. YouTe
"Then lend me a ten spot"
"Here you are, but I'm surprised"
that you take it"
"If you understood anything about'
cards you'd know that the queen al
ways takes a ten spot
THE NATURAL THING TO SAY
Brown If Jack Johnson, Charlie
Chaplin and Billy Sunday were com
ing down the street together, what
would you say they looked like?
Hinton They would. look like a
chocolate nut sundae.
THE SHELL GAME
"Here's the most interesting arti
cle, Ezra, entitled 'The Money Ques-
- tion in a NutshelL' "
"I know all 'bout it, Hannah; th
pea hain't there et all when ye pick
up the shell, darn 'em!" Puck.
He She has everything she needs
to make her happy.
She But it is the things she does
not need 'that a woman needs tc
make her fcappj
"You used to walk in your sleep."
"I know, but I take carfare to bedU
with me now."
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MlSTA BONES. WHY SHOULD
ACCHITECTS MAKE SOOD
WHY, BECAJUSE TREY ACE
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