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"Let's go West and kill Indians."
"G'wan, kid. What harm have In
dians eyer done to you? Save yer
ammunition fer de umpires."
He Probably Wouldn't.
"Now that we are engaged, Har
"You needn't give father such ex
pensive cigars. He has been bragging
that those you have been handing
him cost a quarter apiece."
A FASTIDIOUS MOOD
"Why did you divorce your hus
band?" "Because he eats with a knife."
"Couldn't you have broken him of
"Probably. But I wanted the divorce."
Made a Strike.
"I understand he married a strik
"Yes, and she knocked him out
the first time he came home with a
package on." ,
Lincoln, Neb., has gone wet, after
a dry period. Towns fall off the water
wagpn as regularly as -individuals.
Said she, "The hirds mate m
Said he, "Why certainly,)
But notice that, instead of flat,
THEY live up in a tree.
Clothes, food and rent cost npt a
Believe me take my word -Td
seek a mate at rapid rate
Could I hve hke a bird."
Was Jack Johnson ever knocked
out in his main battles? O. P.
Not until he was convicted of white
Tell me something to kill lice on
a house plant R, S.
Get a gun.
Give me a receipt for an itchy
scalp. P. P.
A fine comb.
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