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Cover Story June 03, 2004

Working Girls


by lyle e davis

Many a lonely cowpoke when cautiously and curiously stepping inside his first smoke-filled, dimly lit, nineteenth century bordello and seeing a Soiled Dove would enter one of the bordello's rooms to be greeted with . . . "Come on in! This your first time Honey?" ...

Regular readers of The Paper know that we have a fondness for things historical.

We've taken a look from time to time at our famous Civil War battles, we've examined the lives and legends of our western hero and our western outlaw. We've looked at our military champions . . . but one area we've overlooked is the lives of those hardy pioneers of the American West . . . the 'working girls.'







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Who gets the last laugh?

Last Child Support Check

Today is my daughters 18th birthday . . .

I'm so glad that this is my last child support payment.

Month after month, year after year, those payments!

I called my baby girl to come over to my house, and when she got there, I said to her, "Baby girl, I want you to take this last check over to your momma's house; you tell her that this is the last check she's ever going to get from me, then I want you to come back here and tell me the expression she had on her face."

So my baby girl took the check over to her. I was so anxious to hear what the witch had to say and what she looked like. As my baby girl walked though the door, I said, "Well now . . . what did your momma have to say?"

"She told me to tell you that you ain't my daddy."