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WHATS THE USE? What's the use of being good? It aint really any fun. And there's no one ewr know»— ~ pt my conscience, I su „ll the noble deeds I fl And I feel bo tike * sham! I don't wont to be no gooder Than I am. What's the use of being good? If they notice it at iH They just pat me on the bead. Or they chow me off, instead; And the folks thai come to eaß Say "How enter end "little lnd> I don't want to be no gooder Than I am. What's the use if being good? All the fun'e the other w»y. All the mischief and tbe noise And the prank* with other bojej All the goodies hid » - And your fingers ii don't want to be no. gooder thnlaa*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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