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Fishing on Sunday

Lady (to small boy who is fishing) — I wonder what your father would say if he caught you fishing on Sunday?
Boy — I don't know. You'd better ask him. That's him a little farther up the stream.

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Office boy — My vacation begin tomorrow.
His chum — How long have yer got?
Office boy — As long as I like. The boss told me I needn't come back at all.

Together

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, July 11, 1912. By Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

The Call

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, July 7, 1912.

Mystery of People

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, June 23, 1912. By W. D. Nesbit.

The Ward Room Toast

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, June 7, 1912. By Kate Masternson.