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The angry citizen puffed into the
office of the city editor.
"See here, sir," he pelled, "what
do you mean by publishing my resig
nation as mayor in this way?."
"You gave the story out yourself,
didn't you?" asked the editor.
"Of course I did," replied the angry
citizen. "But your fool paper prints
it under the head of 'Public Improve
ments.' " Top-Notch.