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Teacher Now, children, George"
wasnington coiuant ten a ne, wnicn
made him the greatest man who ever
"Willie Jones I know a bigger
Teaceher Impossible! Who?
Willie Ananias; coz he couldn't
tell the truth.
put my reliance in the wisdom
of the plain people," said 'the peace
"But suppose the plain people do
not happen to agree with you?"
"Then I refuse to be influenced by
the clamor of the thoughtless crowd."
Mrs. A. How often do your house
n. y. they flnelly got gorgie to gq
to sundy scool
it was somthing like dragging a cat
acrost a brussels carpet by the tall,
but they done it ,
so at last they got gorgie placed
in his little chair, with the yung" lady
teacher giving him a sweet smile, asd
saying to herself, what next i wonder
gorgie he give the techer the onfca
over and she kind of made a hit with
him, but then he looked around at
the uther kids in the class and the
stuff was all off
one of them had curls and another
one wore a lace collar, and altogether
they dident look as if there was a.
good scrap in the hole bunch
r bimeby after she had passed out a
nice line of chin goods, the teacher
says, now, all the little boys that
wants to go to heaven please stand up
tney all stood up except gorgie
what, says the teacher, don't you
want to go to heaven, my little mas
i do not, says gorgie
if this here bunch of fluffies is go
ing, 111 take the uther place for mine
and now gorgie is back among-the
heathen on sundy mornings, ..;
Betty was milking the cow when,
the mad bull tore over the meadow.
Betty did not stir, but continued
milking. Observers who had run Info
safety saw, to their astonishment,
that the bull stopped dead within a
few yards of the maid and cow, tuita
ed around and went away, sadly.
"Weren't you afraid? Why did ha
run away?" asked everyone of Betty.
"He got scared," said Betty. "Thai
cow is his mother-in-law." Pitta-
Mrs. B, Which, fan the furniture
or skip out? New York Post