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new york until the other daymr
g. Washington henry dident have a
kare on his mind & now he has about
40 leven of them
but then the pore gink was trot
ting along as nice as you cood wish
in singel harness & now he is pull
ing a hole'wagon lode
last summer mr henry who is a
blacksmith over in hurffville, n. j.,
met mrs. henrietta verfille and he got
stuck on her right off the bat, for
she is some dame as mr henry used
- to tell his friends, and evry thing
went fine with the cuppel
one day mr henry says to his lady
love, i long for a home of my own
ana a ianuiy 10 Keep me company
during the winter nites when i get
the dame grabs him rite offen the
j real and says all rite name the day
j when you aint too bizzy at the shop
g and we will run over to n. y. and get
next day mr henry and his fee-
Pr ancey comse over and get the matre-
monlal shakles riveted on, then they
beats it out for the lady's home
and mr henry got the surprize of
his dere yung life when the new mrs
henry showed him her famly which
was 18 children and 13 grand chil
drun, and evry one a purty hefty
eater at that
U gee whiz woman, he jnkwires, did
i annex the hole township, i thought
you said you had a littel famly
well the most of them is'Uttel, and
those that's big has got littel ones,
mrs henry replys , j
f which settled mr g. Washington
"henrys bash for a, wjdle. j
THE KISSING HABIT
"I wrote the beauty editor of the
News, asking her how to remove su-
perfluous hair on the upper lip."
"What did she say ? "
"She told me to forbid the young
man coming to call."
OUR STREET CAR MONOLOG '
"Halloa, Pat! I hear your ddg i
"Was it a lap dog?"
"Yes, it would lap anything."
"What did it die of ?" .
"It died-of a Tuesday."
"I mean, how did it die?"
"It died on its back."
"I mean how did the dog meet ita
"it didn't meet its death. Its death
overtook it" .
"I want to ""know, what was, the
complaint" . ,
"No complaint; every one -for mileai
around appeared to be satisfied."
"I wish to know how did it occur?
"The dog was ,no cur; he was a
"Tell me, what disease did the dog
"He went to fight a circular saw.?
"What was the result?"- .
"The doj; only lasted, one round,
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