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The Saint Paul globe. (St. Paul, Minn.) 1896-1905, September 04, 1904, Image 11

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CHAWLEY: » Yes, old man, I was dwugged an' webbed last night." - . " J*^« || What do you mean, you impudent rascal ?" "" •• wTy, thflasHimVl wim a dog she was kMmr It on the nose - ,
WOBBIEI " Deah me, old chappie - What was the doctor's name?" Why, I'll bet she wusn't, cause de outfit's two sizes too —— 1. , g * -
„ _ _ large fer you." '
''Don't yer think you could learn to love me, Mame?" The children are all over to their grandma's, Mmztf I'm that lonely I don't know what to do.'* w a v- =:-=-,,.b-j- .•s^^^^ ' ; :-
--111 dunno, Mtißsey, so far I tint been able to learn me a, b, c's." " You poor thing, just git knittin' an' come W W set on my porch, the pigs are feedin' fight COUNTRY BOARDER Say, boy, is the water deep in this pond?"
mammm __ m _ tt^_d .^^^^ I : close by and you can't git lonesome there." _ :^ : - ■ V ' THE BOY; "Sure, it is almost up to my chin.*
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CHAWLEY: " Yes, old man, I was dwugged an* wobbed last night/*
W0B6IE : " Deah me, old chappie! What was the doctor's name?"
Don't yer think you could learn to loVe me, Mame? M
" I dunno, Mupsey, to far I airtt been able to iearn me a, b, c's."
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| The children are all over to their grandma's, Jif an' I'm that lor, *ly I don't know what to do."
You poor thing, just git yer knittin' an' come W -an* set on my porch, the pigs are feedin' riffht
close by and you can't git loneiome there," -
'^wlster^ wus yer modder wid you when you boughl
]J What do you mean, you impudent rascal?*
Why, I'll bet she wusn't, cause de outfit's two sizes too
large fer you.
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I! theii «he treats me as If I was a . dog."
Then you're in luck, old man."
(| How do you make that out?" A V
Why, the.last time I saw her witn a dog she was kissmg it on the nose.* 1
COUNTRY BOARDER: "Say, boy, is the water deep in this pond?"
THE BOY: M Sure, it is almost up to my chin.' T

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