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ADVICE TO A DRONE
l Zeke and Abe, two Afro-Americans,
pad decided to go into the mountains
and search for gold, which, they had
'no doubt, could be found easily.
"Ah hopes we find a millyun dot
lahs' wuff," said Zeke.
A third negro, who had been dis
tening to their plans, put in: "When
yo' done come back wid all dtt gold,
Is yo gwine gimme some?
' "Nuh, suh," said Zeke.
don't yo' do yo own hopuf'?
IDENTIFIED AT LAST
"Who was Cinderella?"
- "Why, Cinderella, my child, 'was
the first female to get a No. 4 foot
into a? No. 2 shoe, I believe." Yon
COULDN'T SHOW OFF
With but three minutes to catch
his train, the traveling salesman, in
quired of the street car conductor,
"Can't you go faster than this?"
"Yes," the bell-ringer replied, "but
I have to stay with my car." Har
' HIS OWN "FAULT
The young man seemed greatly
agitated, not to say frightened, asirer
approached the father of the "dear
est girl on earth."
"Sir, your daughter has promised
to become my wife."
"Well, don't come to me for sym-1
pathy; you might know something;
would happen to you, hanging!
around our house five nightsf a,
Goodheart I've got you down fort
a couple of tickets; we're getting up,
a raffle for a poor man of our neigh-;
Joakley None for me, thank you
I wouldn't know what to do with a
poor man if I won him. Christian
Alice When I told -you of my en
gagement I said it was a secret, and
you told Kitty about it
Ella Whv. no. I didn't I merer
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