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Page 140 text:
The preacher came along and wrote
upon the signboard: "l pray for all."'
The lawyer wrote underneath: "l
plead for all."
The doctor added: "l prescribe for
The plain citizen wrote: "l pay for
"My brother swallowed a frog today."
"Did it make him sick?"
"Yeah, he's apt to croak any minute."
First thief: "Where have you been all
Second thief: "Oh, just out on the
streetcar for a little change."
Engineer: "Is the dance formal or can
l wear my own clothes?"
"Does your husband talk in his
"No, and it's terribly exasperating.
He just grins1"
Senior: "You out to take chloroform."
Freshman: "Yeah? Who teaches it?"
The lady asked her bookseller for
something suitable for a friend in the
"Oh, yes, madam," the good man re-
plied, "you'll find the religious books
"Oh, but I don't want a religious
book," objected the lady. "My friend is
Oourtship4Man chasing after a wom-
an until she catches him.
Said the Florida man, picking up a
watermelon: "ls this the largest grape-
fruit you grow in these parts?"
"Stop1" said the Californian, "you're
crushing that raisinf'
"toe: "l say, old man, I'm in a terrible
fix. l need some money badly, and
haven't the slightest idea where on
earth l'm going to get it."
lack: "l'm relieved to hear that. l
was afraid that you might have an idea
you could borrow it from me."
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Nate: "Aren't you coming in swim-
Kate: "I can't. A moth has been eat-
ing my bathing suit."
Nate: "The little rascal! He must have
been on a diet."
"Sorry, old man, that my hen got
loose and scratched up your garden."
"Thats all right, my dog ate your
"Fine! l just ran over your dog and
killed him." V
Ray Barker: "Let's take a streetcar
Bill Richardson: "it's no use: where'd
we put it?"
Mr. Norton: "l say, your tubular air
container has lost its rotundity."
Motorist: "l don't quite-"
Mr. Norton: "The cylinderical appara-
tus which supports your vehicle is no
Mr. Norton: "The elastic fabric sur-
rounding the circular frame whose suc-
cessive revolutions bear you onward in
space has not retained its pristine round-
Bill Lemmon: "Hey, mister, you got a
Our idea of a nightmare is being lost
in a desert, dying of thirst, and sur-
rounded by mountains of peanut but-
Mary had a little lamb-
You've heard it oft before-
And then she passed her plate again
And had a little more.
Three deaf ladies were traveling on
top of an open bus.
"Windy, isn't it?" said one.
"No, it isn't Wednesday, it's Thurs-
day," said the second.
'fYes, l'm thirsty too. Let's all get off
and have something to drink," said the
Bastus: "Lou says here in this letter
that he's O.K., but he can't tell whar he
Mandy: "l knew that no account
would get himself lost."
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P. C. Browrfs Clover Farm Store
Groeeries, Refrigerated and Frozen Vegetables anal Meats
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