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Mr. Goldrox Marie, has young
Dauber mentioned his income?
Marie No, dad; he seems more
anxious about yours. Judge.
AN IDEAL DOCTOR
f Billy I'd like ter be a doctor.
' "Willie Whaffur?
Billy So's when a feller's mother
brought him to me I could say: "Keep
him home from school a week or 60t"
n. y. say i herd agood goak yea
terdy & i think its a peech & so does
evrybody els that i told it to.
rube Marquard who does some
southpaw stunts for mugsy Macgraw
at the polo grounds when his off wing
is in good shape which ain't verry
often these here days let me tell you
that, needed a hair cut the other day
so he hikes around to the barber
shop and asks for a job of furst class
work with the scissors and while the
tonsorialist was running the mower
oyer the rubes hed the rube was tell
ing the barber feller what a big pitch
er he is & as how he held the other
teme down to nary a hit a few days
ago and kept on pulling lots of stuff
when he got threw and the barber
got threw the rube passes 35 cts to
the barber and starts to beat it
wate, there a minit, says the barber,
you owe me 50 cts
hows that, inkwires the rube, the
last time you cut my hair you only
charged me 35 cts what makes the
price go up, the war or what
i know, replys the barber, but since
you pitched that nohit game your hed
has got so big that it takes more time
to mow all over it
Mrs. Matchem So you attended
the young folks' wedding. How did it
Mrs. Muchwedde- Oh, they did
very did very well for amateurs.