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"While traveling through Alabama
a young salesman was one day forced
to dine at a farmhouse. Not being
very well satisfied with his meal of
cornbread and bacon, he asked if he
might haye a glass of milk.
"No replied his host, ;'Ahjdan
reckon you'll find any milk around
here since the dog died."
"Since the dog died?" echoed the
stranger. "What's that got to do
"Why," replied the farmer, "who
do you-all reckon's goin' to go an'
fetch the cows?" Everybody's Magazine.