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Not A Catching Disease

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A Pliilmli'lpliki school rute rcquiring scholiirs to bving pliysicians' certiticates u case of sickness at their homes is veiy riíidly onforcefl. A lew days ao as u lady teacher was pasalng the home of oue of one of her youiij: pupill, .he MW doctor's cairinjfe befoit thu door. At once the Ctkougbt of the tenors of couUgloua itiseasu irose n her niiud, and when slie arrived at the school house she waitud in iinxious suspense on til the little girl iVoni the house of sickness made her appearance. The child was sumnioni'd to the teacher's desk nnd asked: "Have you i pliysieian's eertifleate?" "No, ni;i'am," wiis the timid response. "Theii you must ro home and not come liere uiitil you have a eertifleate from the doctor." 'ï'he clilld disappeared, but returued sooii after, and fileefully approaching the teacher, exclaimed: "Picase, iiüi'ani, but it's a little boy-baby - and the ductor sayb it isu't catchln; ! "


Ann Arbor Courier
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