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Anne had been buggy-riding with
her beau. William, says Lionincott's.
hand the horse had run away. When
asked by her mother how it happened,
she replied: .
"Well, you see, William thought he
had his feet on the lines."
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,-c "Please, doctor, will you come and
,see father at once?"
K "What's the matter with him?"
"He can't stop laughing, sir."
"What on earth is he laughing at?"
"Mother's caught her tongue in
1 " OH. WHY NOT?
"Madam, the feather in your hat is
getting in my eye!" exclaimed a man
in a crowd. ' '
The woman turned around, looked
him over, and then inquired, "Why
xlon't you wear glasses?" New York
new york sumtimes a fellow
thinks he has slipped suinthing over
when re reely aint
like a yung artist i herd about the
this kid has a ritch pa, who owns
a stove works
the old man thinks archy is a boob
to be wasting his time smearing paint
on yards and yards of canvass, when
he mite be out on the road selling
kichin ranges to the trade
still, hexputs up for a studio for
archy, and evry once in a while he
drops around to teH his son, what a
awful lunkhead he is
if you was reely a artist, he. says, it
mite be all rite, but you just think
you are, and one of these days you
will have to get over it
well, archy he thought he had the
old man a cuppel of days ago
he sold one of his pickchers for
200 dollers, and he sent for his pa to
come rite over m
when the old man got there, archy
showed him the pickchei, and told
him he had sold it for 200 bucks
my boy, says his dad, i congratu
late you on your ability
hooray, hollers archy, i knew you
would have to admit 3um day that i
was there with the artistic genyus
artistic genyus nuthing, says the
you are telling V me you got sum
boddy to pay you 200 dollers for that
thing, and i am congratulating you
on your ability as a salesman
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"Bridget, did my wife just coma
"No, sir. That's tfie parrot you
hear a-hoUeririg." Judge. -