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HE WAS WISE.
Rev. Dr. Thirdly Ah I my boy, put not your trust In riches.
Mr. Wise That's right. Walt for the right opportunity and put your riches In a trust.
"My faco Is my fortune."
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Old Gotrox I'm an old man, Tesalc, but I love you dearly. I would die for "Why bo?"
you. "Woll, I seo you've got It all chalked
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He I certainly thought you had given me some encouragement. M
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