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THE REPUBLIC: SUND'AY. JUNE 22. 1902.
A SURPRISE FOR BILLY, j 'SlilP 1
"A now. Mister BlUy. Jurt watch this lltUe whirl." ("Ha! ha wedodo that trick at a circus once-so too-ra-loo! Find a soft plac. WlK Tf" ' f '' M i BWlWBf ' M
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jjtheri "Want me to carry It. do your Just you wait; I'm not thirsty yet."-Moon- Peripatetic Mlssloner: "I fear yon have been trie, by adversity, my friend." - JtooMMw. MSSfisHk "" ""! $F fifl
Unrepentant William: "That warn't 'is name, but le sire me six months, old dear." srWmzMS&S&l rt l -K
r -wB& -SvtlimMBIier "IjP!BB' '' ,IT '" T-i-J I a"- ' Irish Maid: "Do you want a pood beating. Master Jimmy, or do you not? 'Because, 12
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Then he arose In his wrath and Curtain. Slow - jg
music). I " A ABNWO TO WEARERS OF ARTIFICIAL FRUIT. " 5
Sidney: "Rodney, you live by your wits,
don't you 7"
Rodney: "Well, partly: ond partly by oth
er peoples jock oi wits. Detroit
Mrs. Hiram Often: "I hope you washed tha
fish thoroughly befora you put It 'On the
Delia: "Shure. -what would be th use ?
thot. ma'am? Hasn't It been llvln' In the
water all Its lolfe?" Exchange.
Be kind to the actor who's forced far to
And don't set him down as a bruta
It's because of his yearning for loved ones
That he tramples all ties under foot. Ex-change.
Should Bo Accepted.
Tess: "Have you really accepted Mr.
Jess: "Beta? a lady, I had to when I dis
covered his full name."
Tess: "What Is It?"
Jess: "Apollo G. Glvln." Exchange.
A Gentle Hint.
Lenders: "Do you ever think; of that
tcn-spof you borrowed of mo?"'
, Borrouchs: "Don't worry. I still have It
Lenders: "Don't you think it about time
you rpll"vd your mlnTrv-nxehan5''
LITERALLY MINDED. ,
Farmer Ilacock: "Pommy word what'
th use -of o catalosue that doesn't tell yer
anything? Here's No. 38, 'Two Dogs,' after
Landeer, but the catalogue doesn't tell
whether Landscer got away or not." Ally
And finally became unendurable.
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