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SQUIRREL FOOD BY AHERN
EVERYBODY M THIS ' yTREEiT,
CAR READING THEIR
OUJM "STOFF I MOBODY IS
TRYING, TO 5WE A PENNY
BY 5HOVIN6, THEIR 6IRAFFE"
NECK OVER MY SH0OLDER
AND LAMP MY PAPER
HAVE PLENTY OF ROON
ON THIS- SEAT" TO EM TOY
They were about to take summer
boarders. The woman, for the eter
nal feminine will not down, could not
forego a touch of sentiment, and she
was writing out a rustic sign, which
she purposed nailing up by the well:
"The old oaken bucket,
The iron-bound bucket,
But here her hand faltered.
"There's no moss on our bucket," she
said, looking very blank.
The man seized the crayon, and
with a bold flourish finished the
" sterilized bucket,
" That hangs in the welL"
"That's more up-to-date, anyway,"
Safeblowers in offices of National
Biscuit Co., 7031 Stewart av., got