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SIDE GLANCES - - • By George Clark
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"Can't you put that one away and show It to my mother when she comes in?"
Bridget, the maid -of - all - work,
knocked on the door of the drawing
room and entered.
"What is it, Bridget?" asked her
mistress.
“I'm leaving, ma'am," replied the
girl.
“Leaving!” echoed the surprised
mistress. "But you only came yes
terday."
“I know, but I can see you don’t
trust me,” explained the girl.
“But I gave you the keys of the cel
lar, my jewel-case, and your master’s
desk.” the other put in; “that was
proof enough.”
“Yes; but none of the keys fit,”
Bridget replied.—Answers.
UNEMPLOYED
Perhaps one reason why the admin
istration got a slap at the last elec
tion was because so many weren’t too
busy to vote.—Judge.
And Ham Lewis’ election at last
provides the Senate with a full set of
whiskers for showing which way the
wind blows. —Judge.
City Contractor—Send a crew out
Immediately! Here's a street I just
found what ain't torn up!—Judge.
A writer declares that most novel
ists get very depressed at times. The
necessity for reading over their work
before sending it to the publishers
makes this almost inevitable. The
Humorist.
Pup: Wish I wasn't so darned at
tractive. I passed the flea circus
yesterday and a couple of bareback
riders followed me home.—Life.
In the business world these days a
profit is not without honor in any
country.—Judge.
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TRIBUNE’S PAGE OF COMIC STRIPS AND FEATURES w
NOW YOU TELL ONE
COLLECTING EVIDENCE
Dubious Person: I've been getting
threatening letters through the mail.
Lsn't there a law against that?
Post Office Inspector: Of course
there is. It's a very serious offense to
send threatening letters. Have you
any idea who’s doing it?
Dubious Person: Sure. The Woof
us Furniture Co.—Life.
“Is your mistress at home?” in
quired Mrs. Boreham, standing in the
shadow of the doorw r ay.
“I don't know, ma'am,” replied the
servant “Can’t tell whether she’s at
home or not until I get a look at ye.
If ye have a wart on the side of your
nose, ma’am, she ain't."—The Out
span.
DIRECT CURRENT-CY
Teller: What kind of a bank ac
count would you like to start?
Wisecracker: One that I can Just
plug into the light socket.—Life.
Selling apples on street corners
may be an excellent thing for the un
employed, but it looks as If there’s a
hard winter ahead for the doctors.—
Judge. „
COL. FRANKLIN
ROOSEVELT FOR
PRESIDENT
—Headline in Cumbry (Tex.) Rustler.
Maybe he never heard of Herbert
Hoovident.—Life.
And good little South American
boys are told that when they grow up
they will all get a chance at the
President.—Judge.
HURRAH!
A comedian with years of experi
ence on the stage fainted when he
first faced a microphone. We need
more of this type.—Life.
FRECKLES
AND HIS
FRIENDS
A Hunch!
By Btosser
MOM’N
POP
The Aftermath
By Cowan
SALESMAN
SAM
As He Under
stood It
By Small
Bool'S
ANli HEK
BUDDIES
Tan Sab!
By Martin
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1930
THE GUMPS-THE OBSTACLE
GASOLINE ALLEY- FIRST AND LAST AID

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