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Ned. The Children's Dog

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Midwajr Clipper. Everybody in Midway, K, kno'.vs old "Ned," llio chiUlren'sdog. He fennerly belonged to the late Mrs. Margare! Buford, bat as there were no children at her houso, lio came to town and took np bisabode al Mr. S. N. Iloger's. lic goes to school wifch the children every morning and rema i na there all day. When they go out to play bë goes too, and is quite oxpert at catching a ballindeed, in i game m take the place of a ehild. Wlien the bell rings pe is the ftrst to run into the school house, and when the classes are calleo up to recite lu takes liis place in liiu v,i thé loot. Al'io.r Ihi! child noxt iibovoÜiu ha rccited, he answera the next queslion bv an intelligent bark and liow of the head. Shoiild a qitestion be -missed by the child at the fooi of Ehe class and passed to the next by the teacher, "JSled" will answer it in his peculiar way. Spelling seenis to be lii.s favorite branch of styidy, his answers iü that beiug exceedingly quick and vigorous, Althongh lie tnrns the ohildren douti aftcr fii.s fashion, he ne ver goes above them. He will fight for any of the pupils, as wcll as teachers, and eould not be indtieed lo stay wbere there are no ehildreé,


Ann Arbor Courier
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