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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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THEIR FIRST LESSON
The Sunday school teacher was
possessed of the praiseworthy desire
to promote thrift among the class of
lads. He had given Joe and Johnny a
dime each for doing some work for
him.
"I hope to hear, when we meet
again," he said, "that you have used
the money to advantage,"
The next time they met Joe pro
duced two dimes.
"Well done, my lad," said the de
lighted teacher. "I am pleased to see
my lessons are having their fruits.
But what of your dime, Johnny," said
he to the other hopeful.
"Please, sir, I lost it tossin' -wid
Joe I" Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph,

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