The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 3, 1930
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I" . ( ' ! ' ' ) \i" f , f ''" ? , isrsxt. ANYWATf, HE KNOWS HIS COWS Paring the World wnr ( a very patriotic old lady wa| pnssl.ig a farm, ert barn one day and observed d .young faimar boy milking a ^ow. He ·looked to be old enough to bo In the army, ami sne was infllgri-mt to find ·him 0n th« farm. He anw her, bu jaidjo't stop milking. ; "Why are you not at ibe front?' |ask«d th«i tnaignsnt patriot, and ta« j Hj|(jic ref'ly was: j- V'Caosn thar ain't uo «4lk at the i en(L"--AssocjatJoo News, Drftttlo Me*»u«-ei Kethryn~Do yoe think if I should marry Mr, Gaysport ..{(· would reform him? Kittye--It might, but 1. JonV ifclrik he's'done anything bad enough, to deserve tlm t. Som« Mr. Jabbs (In a scravcynrd)--All these people nrle,d hero hiid their troubles !n life, Jane. Mrs. Jfbbs--Oh, n«jt nil of thpr n t l of them weren't marrlcli k .]olm. Her--rH..TOO think woman will evej 1 reach miin's eijtatel Sho-r-F^w have estates. Wh«)n thej nave, women soon reach them. Fair Enough All 'Round "What did you promise; the delegates thst just called on your "Everything they asked," answered Senator Hoirghtinv "And when vote* ·were mentioned, they promised orrery- thing I italced. vThqn w« all retired to 1 think It over, icnvins everything loofclng like a stand-off."-r-Waahlng toa Star. Fact Kod Ror«rte ·Hilnmug--I» my gown cijt too low In th«t bacH? I cen jn^t tee! that those man behind ne are jast at me. Her Hnsbanfl--Aw, tnrn .jronnd nnd show 'ero your faoe and {h.ey'11 quit staring. The Good* on Him Her .'Buabnnd--What's· / th« thing hanging I o my coat lining*! Mrs. Sli«rlo(?k-rThqt'»i. the tranHmlt- ter of a wirolcsn dictaphone that 1 Beired In there before you went ont. I know Bify John Henry, ao yon njlght ns well ttart your confC8(iloii now. ' Gutting On MM. rinlngmlth--nuv« the De atylea recognized yon y*t«' Mrs, Nmvgllt--Not yot, but Mr*. D« Style Btoppoc) on the »1r««. to admtre «y dog. 3AW NUMSK *8s !,»i#*^ HOAH - A PReACHe 1 ® ftpBT HUCH1SON DEAR NOAW- )F THE HOP*! HAS ?oge «u Aft-nee 'MJS HSN A cA«pgr? , PAPPB .?». VLL^JB '. VOU C AN "STAY \| THE HAY PRETTY I'VE "TCio tHTECTlVE *. THEY'RE. HNVELCtPfi UNDER, THE ·WANT TO fTORY'. LIABLE HM l Vv'HAT -THE. OF Y/HEM COME*! EVERY NOW AND A I'M .MAKE Hnt VBJ2"! ROOM Sirs - WV!L 4u?T RADO AHCE QUKT TM Af PAVO ACMH' TOO SMOOTH Rwiwt JH tw,'0ofe, fTEtP Amt WAPFEH vf AtL ~' WORrt'fe HARD. BUT By IJBS POBtJRATE y ^ , 8E.TH , FtV^ OO1.LAR5 AfOO A Oi?aCUl.AR UNLLTJBLX. VOO Ai-L ASOOT IT. \-T4~CO ©E ee-sr CAKE rr ? OJHV; TME. Mtuuee OFFEGUWG ee-sr CAKES CSAKED *..vs -ro CAKE BAKING r OOW'T r^aose rTD DO ME MIJCH ets*reiR VOUR. A BACtWi GOWTEST? I feo6c AWf -PRATT P^UXE FBLIX THE CAT we. SURK uio Me. A j WAVE TO oo IN! At-L. RiG-WT, X 'X VcvCi! _ X THArr QUO UNCW* NOW., tvwvyee VOU'LU WHY VOU'KIE So TO I B SO DAHTE?t r l/ YOU VA\£tt i I OU Cr-WTK)'T -TO " TOL-O YOU TO MOW G-OT- »T TO ,00

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