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"While a reporter was telephoning
his story from Sing Sing esfrly yes
terday morning a convict hammer
ing on the floor made it hard for the
reporter to hear. "Would you mind
stopping for a few minutes?" asked
"All right boss," said the convict.
"Go to it. I got 20 years to finish
this job." N. Y. Tribune.
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Clarence Her father saw Jack
kiss her the other night, and he was
Gladys Nothing like that need
worry you, Calrence. Dad's an elec
NOT OR IF NOT
"You'll be sorry some day that you
didn't marry me."
Well, I'd rather not be married
and be sorry I wasn't married than be
married and sorry I was married."
n. y. one of the ralerodes which
runs out of new york passes by a
verry large and handsum lunytick
asilum, about 40 miles north of town
well, a cuppel of days ago a kind
of a sour old gent had to take a trip
which took him on this road and
past this asilum
the trane was crowded, and a yung
feller sat down in the seat with the
he was one of these villedge cutup
boys, with sum brite crack to make
about evrything and evrybody in site
he had to have sumboddy to chat
ter to, and as the old gentelman was
setting in the seat with him, he was
eleckted to the job of lissener
well, the honest truth about this
here kid was that if he had had a lit
tle more sense, he would of been half
the further the trane went, the
more of a noosance he got to be, and
the madder the old gent got
finely they come to the asilum, and
of corse the gabby yung gent had to
have sumthing to say about that
so he points out the winder at the
bildings, and he says, don't the asi
lum look lovely from the ralerode?
yes, hollers the old gentleman, it
does, and you better take a good look,
becos it's my opinyon that befoar
long you will be saying, don't the
ralerode look nice from the asilum!
after which there fell a grate si
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"What a lovely complexion Mrs.
"That isn't a complexion," replied
Miss Cayenne. "That's a disguise."
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