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AND IMEVERVSEW5E 'MoLPft FACSIMILE OF THE. REAL. U,
FOOLED 'EM ALL
One Sunday morning a deacon ob
served a boy industriously fishing.
After the lad had landed several he
approached and said: "My son, it is
very cruel to impale that poor, help
less beetle upon that sharp hook."
Said the boy: "Oh, say, mister,
this is only an imitation! It ain't
a real bug."
"Bless me!" replied the deacon.
"Why, I thought it was a real bug.?'
The boy, lifting a fine string of
fish, said: "So did these suckers."t-