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Son I say, pa!
Son Is a vessel a boat?
Son (after someNthought) I say,
Father (Impatiently) What is it?
Son Whit kind of a boat is a
Father (absently) It's a lifeboat
Now run away to bed.
She But if I can't live on my in
come and you can't live on yours,
where would be the advantage of our
He (thoughtfully) Well, by put
ting our incomes together, one of us
would be able to live, at any rate.
"I am collecting for the suffering
"But are you sure they really
"6h, yes, indeed. I go to their
bouses and talk to them for hours at
"Who was Mr. Noah WebsterNmuv
ver," queried the tot?
"Why, Mr. Webster was a great
man, Bobbie, who wrote the diction
ary." "Why did he have to hide, muv
ver?" "He didn't hide, Bobbie; what do
" 'Case teacher, she said he wrote
his dlckshernary under a bridge."
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CAUSE AND EFFECT
"Miss Dawker." said Professor
Jobling, with a hesitant manner, "a
psychic impulse prompts me to ask
you if you will be my wife."
"Something of the same sort
struck Mr. Bilkins last night pro
fessor, and the recoil prompted me to
say Yes.' " Baltimore Sun.
Knicker Does your wife laugh at
the wrong place in the story?
Bocker Yes, and she cheers at
the wrong place in a ball game.
New York Sun.
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ALWAYS TELL. THEM
VALUE BY FORM
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