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ippppipfpppwwp JOHNNY WBITEP A9FOLL0WP:- fc new york. a lot of peepel like sourkraut but verry few of them - know why they like It r but there is 1 man in n. y. who has I found out why peepel like sourkraut ' & he has gone broke lerning that ,' much f v well, this feller, who's name is tomas t gilmann had a brite lite in . his bean last summer he says to his self i will get rich w as john D. in a jiffy for i have invent ed something what will take the smell out of sourkraut & if i cant make enuff $$$ that a way i will invent a way to take the smell out of limeber ger cheese get still wellthyer so he buys a lot of cabbage heds, sevral car lodes and puts up all the smelless sourkraut that his place wood hold . resently he started to advertize his sourkraut without a smell & made i kwite a few sales, but none of his cus tomers came back for more, which , was strange, the fellow thought Z i so he hotfoots it over to one of his customers and says why don't you jbuy some more of my sourkraut , he customer said, i don't like it be cause when i eat that kind of sour kraut i dont know its sourkraut be-v-cause i cant smell it so the pore storekeeper dumped all his stock in the river but he lerned a lesson which is-that peepel like sourkraut smell better than they do sourkraut 1 TODAY'S BELLRINGER Gen. Von Hindenburg is a hard working general. Once, in Galicia, a much-dressed-up princeling entered the field marshal's headquarters. He was fresh from Berlin dressed to the minute. "I have the honor " began the visitor. "I know you have the honor and I have the work!" snapped the field marshal. "What do you want?" THOSE PESSIMISTS AGAIN Friday night my little boy asked his grandpap the difference between a pessimist,and an' optimist. "An optimist thinks the times are ripe the pessimist thinks they are rotten," said the old gent. Barney. o o HE KNEW Doctor Now, Tommy, the season. ior green apples has Tommy I know, doc. I've got iar side information. . ..-. . -.s.sl .itaii.ja. ifl2hfiSSttiMlilifctaiMliltHMMai slL. - rilliMHWMmn UiMMi I I mn WM mh ii III JMP -hr x -"-jt """r.