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HER WISH GRANTED!
They were dining off fowl in a res
taurant "You see," he explained, as
he showed her the "wishbone, "you
take hold here. Then we must both
make a wish and pull, and when it
breaks the one who has the bigger
part of it will have his or her wish
"But I dont Know what to wish
for," she protested.
"Oh, you can think of something,"
"No, I can't," she replied; "I can't
think of anything I -want very much."
"Well, 111 wish for you,"he ex
claimed. "Will you, really?" she asked.
"Well, then, there's no use fooling
with the old wishbone," she Interrupt
ed, with a glad smile, "you can have
' SOME DOUBT
"I asked our waiter whether the
cook said the eggs were fresh."
"What did the waiter say?"
"He said the cook didn't tell him,
but said to serve them as quickly as
Dad Now, my hoy, get to work.
You know the old saying; "The world
is your oyster."
Son I know that, dad, but oysters
aren't open till September so I'll just
rest till then. Judge.
, o o
"Are you Mr. Single?"
v "Yes, lam."
' "But they told me you were mar
ried." "I am married, and my name Is Sin
gle." o o
Maud I'm through with you,
Laura; your father keeps a pawnshop.
Laura And I'm through with you,
Maud; I saw your father coming out
A "RUN ON THE BANK-f
Patron Waiter, how old Is this
Waiter Twenty years, sir.
Patron It's awful small for its.
age. How much is it?
Waiter Five dollars, sir.
Patron How much?
Walter Ten dollars, sir.
Patron Never mind; I heard you
the first time.
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