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new york. I know this storey
.sounds purty fishy but the man who
told me says its tru so there you are
j theres a freek museum over on
flower 3d av where a 2 headed freek
Cis the mane attrashun and he is sum
attrackshun take it from me espec
ially now that he is mad at hisself
the other day the owner of the
-show got hep to the fack that the
feller Vras kwarling all the time, 1 of
' his heads was making faces at his
'other head and saying mean things
at the other head which was doing
Cthe same thing to the other head too
- well the racket kept up until the
boss got sore
3 say what's the matter with you
anny how, he hollers at the freek,
but they didn't stop
3 then the boss set out to see what
jcwas putting his freek on the fritz and
he found the reason all rite
she was sum swell dame too, all
dressed up like a doll
I both the fellers heads was stuck on
he chicken and they got sore and
jellus at each other
can you beet it
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HE'LL GET IT TOO
"What is your greatest wish?"
asked the romantic lady of the youth
who was just about to take his final
examination in medicine.
"My greatest wish,"" said the prac
tical youth, "is to put 'Dr.' before my
own name and 'Dr.' after the names
of other people." Ladies' Home
STILL MORE WONDERFUL' '
. The teacher was examining a very
youthful class, of boys.
"Now, children,' she said, "I want
you to tell me something very won
derful about chickens."
"How they get out of their shells,"
promptly responded one little fellow
"Well," said the teacher, "that is,
of course, wonderful, but I, mean
something more wonderful still."
There was a silence for a few seo
ond. Then up spoke little Johnny:
"Please, ma'am, it's more wonderful
how they ever got into their shells."
REACHED THE LIMIT
The Manager You've jumped over
the cliff all right and you faced the
lions and tigers in fine shape. Now
in the next scene you capture a live
mouse with your bare hands and
Movie Actress Not for a million.
Here's my resignation. Judge.
MSTA 90NES. WHY SUcMD
FAT MEN ALWAYS BE SAD?
WHY. BECAUSE TUEY ARE
PPone To SIGHS!,
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