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...can work along just the same."
"Oh, I'm not talking about that," exclaimed the fruit-man. "The next time it rains, you can come into the house. I want that water on the land."
They used to have a farming rule Of forty acres and a mule. Results were won by later men With forty square feet and a hen. And nowadays success we see With forty inches and a bee.
Blessed be agriculture! if one does not have too much of it.--_Charles Dudley Warner_.
When tillage begins, other arts follow. The farmers, therefore, are the founders of human civilization.--_Daniel Webster_.
MIKE (in bed, to alarm-clock as it goes off)--"I fooled yez that time. I was not aslape at all."
"Alert?" repeated a congressman, when questioned concerning one of his political opponents. "Why, he's alert as a Providence bridegroom I heard of the other day. You know how bridegrooms starting off on their honeymoons sometimes forget all about their brides, and buy tickets only for themselves? That is what happened to the... Webster, Daniel
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