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THE BOYS HAVE IT THERE
In Cleveland they tell a story of a
boy who left school to work for a
small manufacturer. The boy was
dull and his stupidity annoyed his
employer greatly. So, after a week's
trial he was dismissed.
"Get your pay," said the manufac
turer to him on Saturday, "and let
that be the last of you. You're dis
charged." It was therefore with great sur
prise that. the manufacturer saw the
boy at work in his former place on
"What are you doing in this shop?"
demanded the manufacturer angrily.
"I discharged you Saturday!"
"Yes," Baid the boy, "and don't
you do it again. When I told my
mother she licked me."
t o o
r In a certain provincial town where
" everything is up to date and the peo
' pie are always planning some new
scheme, a shocking thing happened.
One of the popualr society
women announced a "White Ele
Every guest was to bring some
thing that she could not find use for
and yet too good to throw away.
The party, however, would have
been a great success but for the unlooked-for
development which broke
Eleven of the 19 women brought
their husbands. Tit-Bits.
JUST A FREAK
'r Customer I suppose this 1905
f model here is to show how well your
r Auto Dealer No; that is just a
freak car; 10 years old and never ,had
a single mortgage on it Judge.
THE HONEYMOON ORDER
Grocer The honeymoon is over
In the house on the hill.
Assistant How do you know?
Grocer The bride has just phoned
' In an order for onions.
THE GREAT BLACK
CAN YOU READ THE MESSAGE
OF THE FINGERS?
WATCH THIS SPACE IN THE DAY
BOOK EVERY DAY AND GIVE
YOURSELF A SURPRISE!
"Henry," said the traveling man's
wife, "what does this mean' I found
a receipted hotel bill in your pocket
when you came back from your last
trip and among the items is this one:
"Why er," stammered Henry,
"you see, I had a lot of the firm's
nJoney in my pockets that night so I
had the landlord put a bar on my
door as a precaution against burg
lars." N. Y. World.
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