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"On what do you base your asser
tion that country people are brighter
and more intelligent than city people,
Hy?" asked the summer boarder.
"Why, right here in my almanac,"
replied Farmer Hyperbole Medders,
"it says in the cities the population is
a lot denser than in the rural dis
"Why do you use the long cigaret
"I promised my wife. I'd keep away
from the cigarets!" Puck.
"I understand your daughter mar
ried a struggling young man?"
"Well, yes, he did struggle but he
couldn't get away!"