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well as literary, but her father says
he is just as proud of the fact that
his daughter is a good cook as that
she won $10,000 in a contest in which
nearly 1,000 manuscripts were sub
mitted by authors known all over the
The clergyman, visiting the hos
pital, stopped at the bedside of a pale
young man swathed in bandages.
"Cheer up, young man," he said,
unctuously; "keep smiling it's the
"I'll never smile again," replied the
"Nonsense. Yes, you will!"
"No," sadly continued the battered
one, "no nonsense about it. I'll never
smile again at least, not at another
HERE'S THAT OLD CHESTNUT
Prom the German.
"You can't unlock the door with your cigar."
"This is no cigar; it's a key."
"Sure not; it's a cigar."
"Ach HimmelK Then I must have smoked the key!"
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