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Defeated Candidate You encour
aged me to run for office. You know
you did. You said you thought I
wouldn't make a bad alderman.
Trusty Henchman Well, the re
turns show that I was right
"Look a-yeah, boy, ef you drap dat
yoll mash yo' foot"
"Ah jdoan keer, 's long as Ah don't
mash de roilyun."
new york i wood hate to be on the
battelfeeld and see pore fellers get
there heds shot off but i gess after r
had been in lots of battels i woodent
mind it so much as long as my hed
was not shot off
thats why i don't blame this soljer
a feller was telling about in the sub
way coming to work this a. m.
after the battel where hole regi
ments was killed sum soljers were
picking up there dead comrads
they brought in one feller without
his head and a soljer as soon as he
seis that he says why dident you find
his hed and then he starts out to find
it hisself but the kernal says you stay
here and why are you so ankshious
to find that mans hed anyhow
he was smoking my pipe thats why
i want to find his hed, replys the,
, o o
THE INTREPID SEX
"Don't you think women are nat-
urally more courageous than men?"
challenged the champion of her sex,
"Of course," said the horrid cynic.
"No man would ever dare to get off a
car the way the average woman,
does." Kansas City Star.
"Every time I read Shakespeare I
discover some idea that hadn't struck
"Yes," replied the man who yawns,
"but isn't it pretty much the same
way with an insurance policy?"