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clergy. It sometimes seems to me
that we usually pay more for our mis
takes than for our sins.
I am so glad, little book, that you
never are shocked. If you were you
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glad she is not my wife. She goes
into matters too deeply. She is too
introspective and a little too ego
tistical." (To-Be Continued Tomorrow)
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We saw a man the other day,
Whose hair was two feet long.
We wondered if, like Samson, it
Was hair that made him strong.
Before we'd wear our hair that long,
To make us able-bodied,
We'd spend two bits at a barber shop
And get our tresses dodded.
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