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For centuries unnumbered the fnmus,"pie.tka$v2'or
oscuiaung rocK nas swung- to ana iro mTpewipuMuf;Hjesaiycii.
To tourist and riafiver-of Bqenos
Ayres this wonderful rocking
stone has, seemed astounding.
, It weighed 270" tohsandset
upon anotherTrock near the edge
of a high cliff. r X6erhaiid of a
little. child could swing' it,,but the
united"' efforts of 1,000 lnen'-piiH-ing
at it could not mqye it' an inch
farther than' it has swiirig three
hundreds of years. "
So far and no -farther could
maVsyhands move it.
Then one morning, just the
other Hay, the, huge rock came
crashing down. Not a man was
near it; the wind was no stronger
than before. Apparently, it. had
decided that its position was get
ting tiresome and shifted.
Down at the bottom of the cliff it lies.
The hand that placed it on the cjiffoo nicely thatm;an could push
pull and tugxatMt without mqvjng itanf inch farther 'tKahsitVould
: tne soiicitatiaaot the slightest wind, aso crumblea.it, into
dust at the bottom. ' '
The hand that did-it makes mean's 'hand Idok.fe'ebleiinded.
AN APPRECIATIVE GUEST
, A Scotchman brought his en
tire family of seven to yisit a rela
tive in London. They were - en
tertained in a manner that eft
nothing to be asked for ' twp
weeks theaters, suppers, cab
rides, about the city, ejecursidns
into the country. The vhole time?
McFherson never put"his vhand
in his pocket to pay-far a thing. '
When the family Ayas -going
Irome-thcirondoner and his cou"-
sin went into the buffetjfpr'a fin
al glass. From foxe'e ofhajbtt he
gripped'his arm". 'ytjA
"Na.mrPsaidhe. -"YSSrebeen -
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toss for thisasfftwjeeTiippl
Success MagazihreL ." '
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foojrihgas if theyrfiad hat! '.sleep-
ing rpj5wdersf dPbTeaRtSsE
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