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"We were slowly starving to
death," remarked the famous explor
er at the boarding house table, "but
we cut up our boots and made soup
of them, and thus sustained life."
"Sh-h-h! Not so loud!" exclaimed
the dyspeptic boarder. "The land
lady might hear you."
Music Teacher -Mrs. Jones, your
daughter ib improving rapidly, but
when she gets to the scales I have to
watch her closely.
Mrs. Jones She is just like her
father. You see, he made his money
in the retail grocery business. Nai
tional Food Magazine.
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