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"Papa, what do you call a man
who runs an auto?"
"It depends upon how near he
conies to hitting me." Houston Post.
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Teacher If there were five mos
quitos on my hand and I killed two,
how many would be left?
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n. y. What didjer think about the
way gorgie put it over on his teecher
the last time i rote about him.
weell this is bettern that one was
for this time the teecher dident have
no come back at all which dont hap
pen verry often
little gorgie aint so verry smart in
rithmatick and i gess thats why the
teecher picks him when she has got
a hard nut to crack
this day which was yesterday she
asked gorgie can five go into one
gorgie says sure five can go into
& the teecher though she had him
that time, alrite, alrite
how do you figger that out yung
man, she inkwires sarkastically
well, replys gorgie, five cents will
go into one nickel and five nickels
will go into one 25c peace and five
toes wfll go into one stocking wont
' KNEW WHAT FOLLOWED
"I may hurt your feelings, but I
am going to tell you the truth,
"Good-day!" interrupted J. Fuller
Gloom. "I never listen to anything
but compliments." Judge.
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"My dear, everybody says young
Stayiate, who is courting our Jane,
is a coming man."
"Well, I would like him better lif'J
he were more of a going one." -
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