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COULDNT DO IT
. "What's the matter, hen? You
haven't been laying eggs lately."
"I know it, but you see, someone
stole the nest egg, so I have not had
any pattern to go by."
IF ONLY HE HAD KNOWN
- Flushed and breathless, young
Binks at last succeeded in picking up
his hat, blown by the wind, which he
had been chasing vigorously along
the street, and, with a "sigh of relief,
leaned up against a lamppost and,
panting pitifully, tried to recover
some of his exhausted energies.
Just then another man, also
breathless, came running up, and,
takiffg the hat from Bink's hand, re
marked: "I'm very much obliged to you,
"Well, this is my hat!" ju& the
stranger smiling. Jm
"Your hat? Then wheremine?"
' "Oh, yours is hanging-behind you
at the end of a string!" ,
Diggs My wife is a wonderful,
vocalist. Why, I have know her to
hold her audience for hours
Biggs Get out! Diggs After wnich
she would lay it in the cradle and
Tock it to sleep.
ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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The farmer gathers what he sows;
the seamstress sews what she gathers.
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