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Mamma was taking daughter to
"I don't like the way you and Jack
hang over the front gate every even
ing," she demonstrated.
"Well, as to that, there's a great
deal to be said on both sides," replied
AN UNEXPECTED REPLY
An old lady found DoHy crying bit
terly. " You mustn't cry like that,
child. Crying makes little girls ugly."
Dolly stopped crying long enough
to look at her.
"Gee!" she said, "you must have
cried a lot when you were little."
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