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and should I die when my travail
comes I shall die easier because I
have done so.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Cityman How many servants do
Suburbanite About one out of
"What are your reasons for refus
ing to vote for me?" asked the states
man. "You always seem to be a
friend of mine."
"I am. I think the world of you.
I've been reading about a congress
man's hard work, long hours and
small pay. I'm going to save my vote
for somebody I don't like."
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