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lick?" "Your manner is familiar," replied
primshaw coldly, "but I ant glad to
gay that I haye forgotten both your
face and name." Judge.
Brown (on fishing trip) Boys, the
boat is sinking. Is there any one
here who knows how to pray?
Jones (eagerly) I do.
Brown All right You pray and
the rest of us will put on life belts
They're one shy.--N, Y. Globe j;