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to him over the fone, they need 1 to
count the coppers as they come in
and go out
then in about 1 hour i am pinched.
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
new york if all the fellers that
wanted to work at eezy jobs had
them they wood be mitey few to
work at the hard jobs, was what the
man that runs a employment agensy
said the other day when he was up
for holding out 2 bucks on a man
who dident get a job that he wanted
after he had plastered down the 2
iron men with his applikation
this nut, the employment agent
says to the cort, wanted a nise eezy
job where the mane konsiderashun
was salary and not work, so he tries
him out on several jobs what was
open& all ways he comes back say
ing he dont like the work
then the employment agent said
he got good and sore, what kind of a
job do you want, he tells the guy
and the feller says you send me
to some more & i will give them the
onct over & take my pick
all rite, i said, the employment
agent tells, and i says to him they
want a feller at the staten Hand bank
to dust the paper money and the fel
ler beets it over their but when he
asts the casheer, do you want a man
to dust off the paper money,, the
casheer calls a dick and they7 throw
the feller out, so he comes back &
balls me out & wants his 2 bucks
back and i says i got anuthef nise
job, and they want a casneer at the
harlem polise stashun, and the lad
beets it out on the sub
purty soon i heers the telefone bell
ring & i ansers it
it was this nut talking, he says
what should they want a casheer for
& if you will tell me maybe i can land
this job for it is nise & cool "here
yes, they do want a casheer, i says
Ice is a piece of stiff water.
The price of ice is also stiff.
The ones who raised the price at
ice are stiffs.
Ice is used jn pretty stiff, drinks
taken inwardly. The next morning
ice is used outwardly, for stiff cra
niums. Ice it all over in the winter. Peo-
Iple shovel it off t;helr front porches,.
steps, bannisters and sidewalks into
the gutter. In the summer if a piece
of ice, no matter how small, even as
small as Villa's brain, were lying
! around a riot call would have to be
sent on account of the people bat
tling to get it
June is the month of diamonds,
but in July and August many a
sparkling engagement ring is rushed
to a hock shop to obtain the neces
sary gelt for 5Q pounds (?) of ice.
Mandy What am dis celebration
dat am bein' held fo dis Mistah
Visitor I have forgotten the exact
significance, but it is 300 years since
he did something.
Mandy Huh! Reckon as bettah
hold a celebration for mah old man.
It am 25 years since he dun anything.