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"My boy," aJd a sergeant to a
junior member of the police force,
"you can't say that I was lazy. Look
at these Btripes welL I didn't earn
them by propping.up street corners or
loafing about public houses."
"No," answered the other, with a
smile; "I know you didn't get them
that way or you'd have been a zebra
by now." Pittsburg Chronicle Tele
graph. A RETIREMENT
"This is a dignified way to put it"
"This general says he didn't re-
it. waen tne tiring got too hot
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Middle The sea is very treach
. Biddte Yes, fun of craft, isn't it?
The magistrate looked severely s
the small red-faced man who had
been summoned before him, and who
returned his gaze without flinching.
"So you kicked your landlord
downstairs?' queried the magistrate,
"Did you imagine that was within tho
right of a tenant?"
Til bring my lease in and show it
to you," said the little man, growing
redder, "and m wager you'll agree
with me that anything they've forgot'
ten to prohibit in that lease I had a
right to do the very first chance I
got," Pittsburg Chronicle.
Gracie What makes your hair so
Mother It turned white because
you were a naughty girl.
Gracie My, YOU must have been
an awful naughty girl grandma's
hair is more white than yours.
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