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"Yes, for the past two months I've
been positively living within my in
come." "Don't you feel rather cramped?"
"Cramped? Say, lend me $10, will
you? I want to stretch myself."
New York TimeSa
HAD TRIED THERE
The tramp approached the proud
citizen and asked for alms.
" 'Go to the ant, thou sluggard.' "
" 'Tain't no use, mister. Me aunt's
just as tight-fisted as me uncle an' all
de rest uv me relashuns. I fear 111
have to go to work at last"