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1 rr,c. r PRESSES HE WooLD rJ HftVE To WAIT o ION6" , HL.r
j The cub reporter saw a hearse
Start away from a house at the head
of a funeral procession.
I "Who's dead?" he Inquired of-the
corner storekeeper, who was watch
ing from liis door,
"John Smith!" exclaimed the cub.
"You don't mean to say John Smith
"Veil, by golly," said the grocer,
"vot you dink dey doing mit him
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