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COLLEGES DO IT
Dr. Charles Parkhurst, the eminent
preacher of New York city, "was visit
ing on the outskirts of Boston. Dur
ing a Sunday stroll he fell into con
versation with a little girl on the out
skirts of the city.
"And where is your papa7" asked
"He's gone into the woods after
squirrels," came the reply.
"On Sunday? I fear your papa
doesn't fear God, Bertha.
"Oh. yes he does," came the re
sponse," he took his shotgun with
Little Charlotte accompanied her
mother to the home of an acquaint
ance, where a dinner-dance was
peing given. When the dessert
course was reached, the little girl was
given a place next to her mother at
The hostess was a woman much
given to talking, and, in relating some
interesting incidents, quite forgot to
give little Charlotte anything to eat
After some" time had elapsed, Char
lotte could bear it no longer. With
isobs rising in her throat, she held up
her plate as high as she could and
"Does anybody want -a clean
In Western Georgia a jury recent
ly met to inquire into a case of sui
cide. After sitting through the evi
dence the twelve men retired, and
after deliberating returned with the
"The jury are all of one mind
temporarily insane !"
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Those who distribute the milk of
human kindness are themselves the
cream of the earth.
She Isn't there some fable about
the ass disguising himself in the lion's
He Yes but the olleges do the
trick with a sheepskin, now.
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