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prevajj.all thfe time And all AVer
I Jcnow one thing it I were
getting rich -by paying girls $6
for a hard week's wotk, L'd be
afraid to eat turkey today for
fear I'd choke.
widayfc are In toft Ut Mr
who have an idea that biscuits are,
Talking ibotit guessing con
tests, is the-State of matrimony
in the union? &
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TAKING FVARM TO TOWN
.New-York'citylias been enjoy
ing 'a singular experience The.
westjern railroads, decided t8
"bridge the gap between" the city
and the farms" by giving a great
land ahd irrigation show in the
heart of the metropolis.
They shbwed ndt merely the
products., "but the methods, of
modern agriculture as it is prac
ticed dn the prairies, the reclaim
ed deserts and the intermoUntaiH
valley of the West.' The big
steam plows, the wonderful har
Vesting macniriery, the irrigated
fields and orchards, were all re-
Eroduced for the benefit of city
unipkin? who have .been walking
the pavements while a new world
of agriculture has silently grown
As they couldn't take the city
ters. took he firm to the' city?
And the verdict is that the show
is better tan a circus. sK
OUR MAYOR r.
'Tn thankful fpi; this," says out!
''That I need not fret, Worry rioc
care; ' "d
For a dozen will anfcwen the call