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round bout. Williams outweigh
ed the bantam, champ five younds.
If Porter track continues to
have same patronage as yester
day it won't be necessary for Gov
Marshall to close it up. It will die
a natural death. The crowd con
sisted mainly of bookmakers and
An absent-minded member of
a firm of lawyers made a journey
to interview a client, and When he y
reached his destination was quite
unable to remember the client's c
name. His partner's answer to
the telegraphed inquiry, "What is
our client's name?" "was "Joseph71
Smith. Yours is John Brown." n
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D6n't you think it is very de
sirable to have hot and cold water
in your. house?" "Not when your
wife keeps you in the one andi
throws the other on all yourl,
plans," . -