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V n. y. the mayor of n. y. Is going
ttb call, off work for everry body some
o,uay puny soon ana nave a great seie-
Ibrashion & maybe they will invite the
president and a few guvnors to help
with the fireworks.
plans and snecificashuns are being
made to carve a hand made medal
-out of gold & preshus stones to
give to the gratest discoverer sinse
cris columbus stuck his hoof into
- american mud and started the begin
ning of the end for all buffalos and
this grate discovering feller says
"that his discovery wl revolutionize
., the hole writing bizznees and stop 98
per cent of all cussing done by sry-'j
I (afr made fountain pens work.
LffiSp and you dont have.to-cuss or shake
i5Jtio inlr nil nmir fhp rarnt anil thpn
he says with his new discovery you
-can make a fountain, pen work as well
as a ford
yfy all you got to do this is the dis
ir coverv so keeD vour ears neeled all
h " jl !. i J.-
i i xjruu gut iu uu uie gim uiscoverer
Unsays is to keep a bottel of ink handv
and dip the fountain pen in that
evrry 2U seconds depending more or
JJL less on .how big4a gob x)f ink you get
vix jt, aa &XUU- uip
aint .that grate
WELL BEGUN -
" "I've taken the most important
step toward building a fashionable
"Let the contract, have you?"
"No. I've selected a fancy name
for the i)uilding."-rJndgerr
Ty Cobb maybso gleatest Melican.
Missa Cobb, him getee more vote
than Plesident Wilson.
Missa Cobb makes more runabout
than Henly Ford.
Him hit ball and then runnee likelL
Maybeso battee somebody on nose
allasammee say him gleat man!
Upon reaching an impassible
stretch in the Yellowstone park, the
driver of the coach turned to his pas
sengers and said: x
"From this point the road is only
accessible to mules and donkeys. I
must therefore ask the gentlemen to
get out and proceed on foot."
"Say, I saw something without any
legs running all over the rocks just
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