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Editor Most Anything:
Every time I buy a glass of butter
milk these days I wonder -who's the
guy that took the butter out of the
buttermilk. A. H.
IT'S DIFFERENT NOW
The setting sun proclaims departing
And is the plowman weary? Nay,
He plows by steam and plays to other
For he rides home now in an auto
- WISE FISHERMAN
linn McBwan, while fishing re
cently, caught a fine 18-inch black
bass in the Canajoharie creek, and
sportsmanlike returned, it to its
watery home because of the closed
season for that specie of fish. Game
Protector Gauding, being nearby,
praised McEwan for his observance
of the game law. Fort Plain, N. Y.,
She did not greet him with a smile
As she had done when last they
She had some bridge work in her
The dentist tmdn'$ finished ye.t.
In the evening when I go to bed f
cannot sleep and in the morning
when -I get up I can hardly keep
awake. What can I do? Irene.
Go to sleep in the morning and get
up in the evening.
My pipe is so sweet that I can no
longer enjoy my meals. Everything I
eat tastes sour. What shall I do?
Evidently you have been smoking
before you eat Hereafter, eat first
and substitute the pipe for dessert.
WE CANT ANSWER THESE
Can you tell me how to take the
shine '-off patent, leather shoes?
R. Tt s t
Is the owner of the shop the head
barber, or. does he just shave? W. D.
Can a man get acorns on a wooden
leg made of oak? C. H. J.
'HE CARRIED" THINGS
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