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DAILY DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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"But;, Eliza," said the mistress,
"your little boy was christened
George Washington. Why do you call
him Izaak Walton? Walton, you
know;, was the famous fisherman."
"Yfes'm," answered Eliza, "but dat
chip's repetashun fo' tellin de troof
made dat change imer,tiYe."
The canny Scotsman is ever fa
mous for his thrift Ian MacDougal,
about to leave on a Journey, proved
no exception to the rule. To his
wife he said:
"Noo, Janet, dinna forget to mak'
wee Sandy tak' off his glasses when,
he's no' lookin' through them."