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new york montclair which Is sum
swell roost for millunaires has a dog
catcher but this aint no ordinary pup
chaser betcher life he aint
hes a royal dog wadren
onct before they got too hot after
him to jone the army he took care
of the Idng of england's pups
but the kids dont like to have their
nogs snagged by any kind of a bark
the f urst day he was on the job the
fellers had a lot of fun with him for
they got hold of a old yaller cur what
dident belong to nobody and telefon
ed to his nibs to snag the cur which
he done and hawled him to the pen
but the kids snuck around and let
the pup out and took him to anuther
part of the town and called the catch
er up again & they kept that up all
day befour the royal dog swiper got
hep to the fact that he had toted the
same dog to the pen 48 times.
now he wants anuther job & if
you needs a good dog catcher, just
rite to his royal hiness care of tne
dog pen montclair n j.
"I always put $10 of my salary in
the savings bank every Saturday,"
said the young man who was hold
ing down his first real job.
"That's a very good idea, my son,"
said his father.
"You bet it's a good idea, dad. Be
tlieve me, that ten comes in mighty
j handy along about Thursday or Fri
day," N. Y. Wprld.
BUT HE UNDERSTOOD
The artist was painting sunset,
red, with blue streaks and green dots.
The old rustic was watching.
"Ah," said the artist, looking up
suddenly, "perhaps to you, too, Na
ture has opened her sky-picturep
page by page? Have you seen the,
lambent Same of dawn leaping across
the vivid east; the red-stained, sul
phurous islets floating in alake o'l
fire in the west; the ragged clouds aj
midnight, black as a raven's wing,
blotting out the shuddering moon?'"
"No," replied the farmer, "not sincq
I signed the pledge." Tit-Bits."
AN AWFUL SOUSE '
"Do you feel certain the defendant
"Well, I'll tell you. He carried hotno.
one of those sidewalk coal-hole topqj
with circular corrugations and tried
to play, it on his phonograph," i
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