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new york some fellers over in ho-
I bokun played a meen trick on. an-
uther guy which got him in pad with
his boss so mutch that he is out
traleing down anuther job
this is the way it happened, these
i smart nuts said to eech other lets
-frplay'a goak on bill & get some black
.? paint z paint nis winners tonne cc
' let the boob sleep his head off to-
H that nite befpur bill turned in
which he never done until abouf 2 g.
m. like usual, the frends of hisn gets
a pale of black stuff & smears it over
- the winder of bill's room
well when bill busts in he warent
. in no shape to tell black from white'
; but he gets outer his clothes & piles.
' into the hay.
sevral times bill wakes up which
;j aint like him, but he does & evry
. thing is black as nite, so he goes back
" to sleep again
finally it got so he coodent sleep no
thats funny, sollykwizes bin to his
self, i got moar sleep tonite than i
cood hold i gess, so he gets up &
lights the gas- & takes a glimmer at
my goodness, he said, it is neerly'
7 & i will be late sure as the dickens.
i but there must be a fog or something
which makes it so dark outdoor
he grabs his clothes & beats it over
S to the shop where he worked
c' his boss gave him the o. o. & bill
sees anuther cuy working: in his
K plase, so he Bays to his boss, i gess I
t-' am a few minits late, but vou otter
ffifc not hold that against me becaus thats I
the 1st time i ever pulled that tardy
stunt & its only 15 minits anny how
o, no, i aint holding that 15 minits
against you, bill, the boss said, but
how about yesterdy and the day be
four that, where wag you then
Two physicians were called in con
sultation one morning. Dr. Bridg
ham was one of them. A few days
later he was speaking of the occur
rence. "I saw immediately," he said, "that
Dr. Brinckley's diagnosis was wrong;
but as he was in charge of the case,
of course it wouldn't do for me to in
terfere." "Did the patient die?" asked the
"Oh, yes, certainly," replied Dr.
Bridgham, "She died of 'profession
ally courtesy' a very common' and
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Jimson How is your rheumatism
Bilson It's getting along slowly,
but I'm very hopeful now.
Jimson I'm glad to hear that.
Bilson Yes, it commenced in my
feet and has gradually worked up to
my shoulders. I'm in hopes that in
about a week it will go off into my
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