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The midland journal. (Rising Sun, Md.) 1885-1947, November 20, 1936, Image 8

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■ - Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young
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MIDLAND JOURNAL, RISING SUN, MD.
Not on Relief
The banker was questioning the
Negro applicant for a chauffeur’s
job.
"Are you married?” the banker
asked.
“Nawsah, boss," replied the ap
plicant, "Nawsah; Ah makes mah
own livin’.”
Just in Time
“Ye-es,” hesitate*, the bride
groom, “these cakes are pretty
good, but don’t you think there
ought to be more—”
“Your mother made them," in
terrupted the bride, quickly.
“ —of them?” ended he.—Guelph
Mercury.
Utilitarian
“Why do you make fun of hoss and
buggy days?”
“I don’t," answered Senator Sor
ghum. "But after getting hi by an
automobile and losing my salary at
the races 1 can’t help wishing the
plain old hosses and buggies could
1 have stayed hitched up together." i
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Fudge Brownies
4 eggs
2 cups sugar
1 cup butter
4 squares chocolate
2 cups flour
1 cup chopped nuts
2 teaspoons vanilla
Beat the eggs and add the sugar.
Melt the butter and chocolate to
gether. Combine the mixtures,
beating them thoroughly. Add the
flour, nuts and flavoring. Bake in
a shallow pan for about twenty
minutes in a moderate oven. Cut
in squares or novel bridge-card
shapes before removing from the
pan.
It is important not to bake
brownies too long. Their delight
ful quality depends on their being
a bit “crusty” on the outside and
moist in the center. Any kind of
nuts may be used, although Eng
lish walnuts are usually preferred.
Copyright.—WNU Service.
"I was run-down—
“. . . looked pale .. . lacked
■ keen appetite ... felt tired
( . . was underweight.'’
“What did I do?”
•niTY intuition told me I needed A
IYA tonic. Naturally, I am happy
and grateful for the benefits S.S.S.
Tonic brought me.”
You, too, will be delighted with the
way S.S.S. Tonic whets up the appe
tite . . . improves digestion.. .restores
red-blood-cells to a healthier and
richer condition. Feel and look like
your old self again by taking the
famous S.S.S. Tonic treatment to re
build your blood strength... restore
your appetite.. .and make better use
of the food you eat.
S.S.S. Tonic is especially designed
to build sturdy health...its remark
able value is time tried and scientifi
cally proven.. .that’s why it makes
you feel like yourself again. Available
at any drug store. © S4.S. Ce.
Being Wary
Be wary then; best safety lies
in fear. —Shakespeare.
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NEURALGIC PAIN
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ALREADY DISSOLVED*
Killing Time
The best way to kill time is to
work it to death.
At Your Best!
Free From Constipation
Nothing beats a clean system for
health!
At the first sign of constipation,
take purely vegetable Black-Draught
for prompt relief.
Manx men and women say that Black-
Draught brings such refreshing reUef. By
its cleansing action, poisonous effects of
constipation are driven out; you soon
feel better, more efficient.
Black-Draught costs less than most
other laxatives.
BLACK-DRAUGHT
A GOOD LAXATIVE
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