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Uncle Si: "Do you HlSW
The City Kid: -Well, ltd be better if it had
houses an* streets an' trolley-cars an*
Trainin for a fight. Bil
?only but Thanksgivlnsl about two
months off an' I'm startln' an appetite/'
The Lover: *Aw, say! kaln't yer leave
yer kid sister home some time?"
The fcass: -Why. Edward Jones! And
come out here widout a chaorone!"
list hi?K !L! MJM
list nit him wit a brick."
The Twin: *'Yessir..we played hookey to*
day. an' me brudder an' me matched,a penny
to see which'll take both Hckin's, he iostr
where are you going. my.lad?"7'
A ain't i rye already.went!"
She: "Are! you sure you never loved be-
He: may 1 But dis is ae foist time it
ever YAp me from eatin* an* sleepin* I,
Just think. .Willie I \V1 cosryou~$2 a les
son from a.reg'lar instructor, to learn Jist wot I
does toyer fer de exercisein