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THE REPTJBIilC: SUSDAT, JULY 13. 1D02.
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A PIPE STORY.
A SPOILT STORY.
Brown (in tbo middle of tall shooting story): "Hardly hail I taken aim at the lion on my right
when I hetrd a rustle in the jungle grass, and perceived an enonnons tiger approaching on my left.
I now found myself on the horns of a dilemma!''
Interested Little Hoy : "Oh, and which did you shoot first the lion or the tiger, or the dilemma?
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Billy Pinks: "That was fine, wasn't it, Joe? I cipect there's a stunnin' thing cominkon now.n
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ABSEXT-METDnD AS TOUAI.
PrcfessorA.: "My clsar doesn't tttm lo drw Try wlL"
Professor B.: 'It's the same vr tth mine."
Both (tcjetber): 'Terhaps -pre na-rs fortottea to Hjht tbemr Der Dorfbtrbler.
OM Uidr (who has Jast fr thc4 a policeman): "I th'nfc the ror Rntlfmnn Is !n kiim
kind of a fit."
rollceman: "Sen:3 to me It's a tight fit. mum." The Kins.
THIS FABLE TEACHES US THAT IT ISN'T ALWAYS SAFE TO MONKEY WITH AN ELEPHANT.
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