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IT MIGHT BE WORSE
?oet I fear I haven't written any-
ig that will live.
iend Look on the bright side of-
Be thankful that you are alive in
tte of what you have written.
B' GOLLY fl FELLER'
MAY HAVE fl LOT OF
5ENSE BUT THE
CHANCES ARE HE WILL
NQT OlSPLRY ANY OF
IT WHEN HE GETS
INTO M ARGUMENT
LWTH fl PRETTY DIRlJ
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fl g V of
n. y. sum guys get repitashuns a3
lady killers and mashers what don't
mean to be annything of the kind and
mr halhday is a feller like that 1 gess
if this yarn what i herd this noon
while i was feeding my face at the
beanery is troo
mr halliday rushed in, grabbed a
chair and a menoo ticket which he
gave a careful once over while the
waitress was standing by him to slide
the order into the kitchen
after he had got threw the meat
ad fish and such things mr halliday
seen the chicken on the william-of-fair
hows the chicken today, he in
kwires of the young lady waitress
o, i am allrite, she answers back,
how are you old top
then mr halliday ordered sum ham
and and let it go at that but the fel
lers at the next table kidded the life
out of him for getting so familiar
with the waitress and now he has to
go to anuther restrant which he dont
want to do becaus he likes the f urst
THEY HAD CUT HIM DOWN
One day, in the lively old time of
cowboy activities, a timid tenderfoot
at Bitter creek asked tremblingly if
that bad man, Bill Busher, was hang
ing around there yet.
"No," replied the native who was
asked. "But he was last week."
"Are you sure?" said the tender
foot "Positively. I had hold of the
rope." Browning's Magazine.
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