BUMP OF UNBELIEF.
One morning a small boy of four bumped his head on the edge of a table, inflicting a sharp bruUe. First he laughed and then he cried. His mother asked him why he laughed if his head was painful. "Because," replied Willis, ''Tommy" Jones Said that if you laughed when yott got hurt it would not hurt any mote." "And did you believe that?" asked his mother. "Yes, I did, but I've found Out that h» is a liar."
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