Witty Pieces by Witty People A collection of the funniest sayings, best jokes, laughable anecdotes, mirthful stories, etc., extant
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Witty Pieces by Witty People A collection of the funniest sayings, best jokes, laughable anecdotes, mirthful stories, etc., extant

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  • WITTY PIECES BY WITTY PEOPLE
  • AT PLAY.
  • WITTY PIECES BY WITTY PEOPLE.
    • A COLLECTION
    • MR. AND MRS. BOWSER.
    • The Former Decides to Give a Progressive Euchre Party.
    • Reasonable.
    • Few Things Boston Girls Don't Know.
    • Saved His Honor.
    • A Bricklayer.
    • A Business Term.
    • NOW SHE IS THIN AND HE IS FAT.
    • The Wonderful Case of the Mullenhausers, Who Bathed at Coney Island.
    • Was Qualified.
    • Where They Might Economize.
    • Just Why.
    • She Knew One When She Saw It.
    • An Incentive to Study.
    • Connoisseurs.
    • THE LIMEKILN CLUB.
    • How Major Drawbar Jones Escaped Expulsion on Serious Charges.
    • A Good Trade.
    • A Poetical Cook.
    • Knowledge Is Power.
    • A Good Reason for Stopping a Newspaper.
    • With Interest.
    • Three Periods of Love.
    • Where Hens Are Useful.
    • Not so Mad After All.
    • Practical Theology.
    • How it Affects Them.
    • Cheap Postage.
    • A MODEST TALE.
    • It Is Cheerfully Told by a Georgia Munchausen.
    • Hugging the Shore.
    • A Night of Terror.
    • Where the Gold Comes From.
    • His Cure for Sleeplessness.
    • Hard to Believe.
    • AFTER A CLEW.
    • Methods of the Modern Detective Illustrated by a Small Incident.
    • Two of a Kind.
    • A Change of Manœuver.
    • The Latest Style.
    • Certainly.
    • Knew All the Ladies.
    • The Collar Line.
    • A Foregone Conclusion.
    • A Simple Fish Story.
    • An Unwelcome Invention.
    • No Balm on Sunday.
    • An Explanation.
    • She Could Smell It.
    • Offended.
    • Journalistic Comprehensiveness.
    • A Fatal Mistake.
    • Successful Speculation.
    • Her Business.
    • Burdette on Womankind.
    • It Was a Bad Mixing Up.
    • Last Year's Trouble.
    • At the Ball.
    • A Thrilling Social Episode.
    • THE IRISH WIDOW.
    • Mrs. Magoogin's Promised Donation to the World's Fair Committee.
    • His Awful Confession.
    • An Accommodating Boss.
    • High Up.
    • Her Perennial Experiences.
    • "Kin a Quack Move?"
    • Sleeping With the Baby.
    • Out of Practice.
    • What it Did.
    • As He Knew Them.
    • Needs an Amendment.
    • THE IRISH WIDOW.
    • Mrs. Magoogin Discusses a Proposed Trip to Paris.
    • Lived on Water.
    • Unpatriotic.
    • She Knew the Vegetable.
    • The Wisdom of Babes.
    • A Cutting Remark.
    • Their First Season.
    • The Rascal Responded Promptly.
    • Reveries of the Season.
    • Not So Tough as That.
    • She Considered it a Deliberate Insult.
    • MR. BOWSER ON DECK ONCE MORE.
    • He Delivers a Lecture Upon the Carelessness of Women.
    • Both in Hard Luck.
    • He Got There All the Same.
    • The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smooth.
    • Willing to Pay in Trade.
    • Here Again.
    • A Substitute.
    • Wrong Train.
    • An Unreliable Symptom.
    • A Financial Solomon.
    • Four Too Many.
    • Too Much of a Denial.
    • A Puzzled Celt.
    • A Suitable Adviser.
    • Broke In.
    • Dog Days.
    • The Firm Schoolmistress.
    • At the London Law Courts.
    • The Pensive Maiden.
    • Our Cunning Kids.
    • He Was.
    • HE WAS ONERY BUT INNOCENT.
    • No Evidence to Convict Thomas of Stealing the Hog.
    • Not in His Line.
    • Outwitted.
    • The Reason.
    • A Sense of Safety.
    • New England Courtship as it Was and Is.
    • Trotters' Rival.
    • Everything in Its Place.
    • MAKING A HIT.
    • A Consolation.
    • It Was Perfumed.
    • Quite Sure.
    • Only a Matter of Form.
    • Weighed Down.
    • Quite a Different Thing.
    • A Negro Who Doesn't Like Chicago Manners.
    • Too Late Even for Lecocq.
    • MR. BOWSER AS A WHITEWASHER.
    • He Is Not a Howling Success at Inside Decorating.
    • The Latest About Kissing.
    • Conclusive.
    • THE HONEYMOON.
    • The Sly Way in Which Prohibition Works.
    • His Last Resort.
    • How She Told the Latest Joke.
    • On General Principles.
    • His First Shave.
    • Two Kinds of Accompaniment.
    • A Sure Sign.
    • A Fair Estimate.
    • Didn't Intend to Hit Him.
    • Eager for Absorption.
    • MR. BOWSER IN THE COUNTRY.
    • He Enjoys Fresh Air and Mosquitoes to His Heart's Content—His Original Method of Milking Not Indorsed by the Cow.
    • The Hard Luck of Some People.
    • A Disastrous Clerical Error.
    • His Complexion Was Against Him.
    • The Difference.
    • Sir Wilfred Lawson's Story.
    • Expected It.
    • Truth in Absence.
    • Another Kind of Habit.
    • Family Loyalty.
    • Not Related.
    • One of Chauncey's Latest.
    • But They Read of It.
    • Oklahoma Hotel Rules
    • Electricity Will Do Away With All This.
    • A Bitter Reflection.
    • A Mistake at Table.
    • Answering the Question.
    • How Appearances Deceive.
    • One Idea of It.
    • A Truthful Statement.
    • A Controlling Feature.
    • A Jersey Idyl.
    • A Point Usually Overlooked.
    • Still Alive.
    • Devoted Admirers, Both.
    • A New Definition of a Bobtail Flush.
    • She Wasn't Posted.
    • Very Necessary.
    • A Righteous Judge.
    • A Family Peculiarity.
    • Taking One Too Literally.
    • Had No Regrets.
    • About to Strike Dead Luck.
    • March Winds.
    • Reconciliation.
    • Confiding.
    • A Nun-Like Girl and Her Mischievous Friend.
    • Very Serious.
    • A WOMAN AT BANK.
    • The Trouble she gives the Receiving Teller.
    • An Effective Mule Invigorator.
    • He Got the Trousers.
    • A Curiosity.
    • Clean in the Faith.
    • A Large Party.
    • MRS. FLYNN AND THE GOAT.
    • The Lady's Stirring Narrative, with Spring Lamb Trimmings.
    • Sam Wellerisms.
    • Accounting for the Edition.
    • Twenty-five Cents Ahead.
    • Not Very Flattering.
    • Two Kinds of Bands.
    • It Hurt His Feelings.
    • Young Man of Killarney.
    • THE ELIXIR OF LIFE.—By H. C. R.
    • Just Discovered.
    • A Blush Absorber.
    • An Unpardonable Error.
    • Too Dangerous.
    • Times Have Changed.
    • From the Oklahoma "Snorter."
    • Herr Yager on the Marriage Question.
    • Attached.
    • Not Saving His Bacon.
    • Her Attraction.
    • Deaf But Sensible.
  • JOURNAL OF SOLOMON SIDESPLITTER.
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