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' BREWSTER HERALD Friday, August 5, 1932 O I OUR COMIC SECTION Events in the Lives of Little Men. .......,,'::: I "":":!"J::: - .;,:.:.Zi I I i ;.:::., FINNEY OF THE FORCE Any Port in Distress NO \\; I THE FEATHERHEADS The Table Turned wwo ? i l // I I Weatera Newspaper Union \\; \\; ! , BELL00 CONSIDERATE He came down to breakfast and met an inquiring wife. "Henry,' sh said meanlngly, "didn't I hear the clock in the hall strike two o'clock Just as you came home last night?" "You did, my dear," he calmly re- plied. "Then--" she commenced. "One moment, my dear," he inter- rupted ; "Just as I returned last night the clock was about to strike eleven, but ! stopped it so that It should not awake you." TOUGH TIMES "Well, old, man, how are things?" "Bad, with skirts lor this year a fellow has a hard time getting a square meal." Reprieved ! 3ones (meeting frlend)--Why the broad grin? Brown--I've Just come from my dentist's. 3onen---Is that anything to laugh ,bout ? Brown---Yes---he wasn't In and won't be for two days.--Boston Tran- script. In Never-Never Land It may be an old one, but Dr. Thomas B. Kelleher of Denver tells us of a weary youngster's retort to a nagging mother. "Where," demanded the mother, "would you be if it weren't for me2" "L'don't know," walled the child, "but I wish you were there."--Col- ller's Weekly. Always Exceptions "Some of the demonstrations fol- lowing your speech were not entirely favorable." "I was painfully aware of that fact." answered Senator Sorghum. "However, you still have friends." "Yes. Fortunately, you can't dl- please everybody." Including Night Clubs Mother--Now, do you know where d little girls go to? Dorothy--Oh, yes--Tthey go about everywhere. CAUSE OF SOURNESS Froff--What's the matter with Bugs, that he looks so sour? Mosquito---He got too hungry last night to be particular and he bit an old maid who was at a lawn party. Getting Buck at Him Amateur Magician--Will the gentle- man in the front row kindly lend me his hat? The Gentleman--Not until you re- turn the lawnmower you borrowed from me last summer. " Helpful "Where have you been?" "To a convention of chiefs of po lice." "And what did the chiefs say about all these murders and holdups?" "They had some good ideas about traffic regulation 1" Gardener's Trials "I put some turnip seed in my gar. den and up came lettuce." "That's nothing. I buried a eat In mine and up came a sanitary lnspee- tor."--Passlng Show. Same Old Story Landlady--So, Mr. Reach, you have something fresh again to complain about this morning? The Boarder (eyeing plate skeptl- caIiy)--Not exac.tly, ma'am, it's the eggs. Switching the Slogan "Can you beat it?" "What now?" "'J'hey sohl lue this stuff on the 'pay as-yoll-('an' plan, tl(I now they In.;isl l pay when I c,uft."--Clncinmtl En quh'er. Ever Eat Rattlesnake Steak? To test out reports he had fre- quent heard that rattlesnakes made good eating, George End, Arcadia, Fla., caught a fat rattler a year ago and after skinning It, cut steaks from the fleshiest parts which he found to be as tasty and tender as young chicken. Not long after this, End conceived the idea of canning rattlesnake meat. It proved a sue- cess from the start. Now he and his two sons cannot catch rattlers fast enough to supply their orders, but MercolizedWax Keeps SkM Young 8ots, tan sad froeld dlssvPear. Sktn h th Im/t lind velvety. Your fsoe look8 years younger. Meroosl Wsx brin out the hidden beaut), of your skin. TO rollmovo wldnkJl5 use one ounoe Powdered zolh@ dlNolyod/n ono-hal In witeh lel. At drug etO8. they'll never get any from us.--EIx- change. $ '1 t Hhlf the interest people exprle in your symptoms is simulated. BABY "WENT TO ALMOST NOTHING" , i n Eagle Brand saved the day/ sV'E ARE sending you a picture of our daughter, Alice Ann," writes Mrs. Joel Buttgereit, lS Arch St.,Verona, Penn.,"to showyou what Eagle Brand has done for our baby when three other baby foods failed "Our baby weighed 9 pounds at birth and went to almost nothing. Then we tried Eagle Brand, and with her first feeding, she seemed satisfied. She started to pick up right away and at eight months weighed 26 pounds and had 8 teeth. "Writing could never express our gratitude for what Eagle Brand has done for our baby." If your baby is not thriving on his present food we suggest that you and your doctor consider Eagle Brand. Send for free booklet. The new and complete edition of "Baby's Welfare" contains practical feeding information and suggestions for supplementary foods--orange juice, cereals, cod- liver oil, etc.--advlsed by doctors. Every picture and letter published by The Borden Company is voluntarily end us by a grateful parent or other rete. F R E E I Wonderful baby booklet! ThE ]OltngN COMPANy, Dept. WN.6, Borden Building, S50 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. Please send me--free--the new and complete edition of "Baby's Welfare." ,tol e e/ Na ddreJe City State Icase print nam aml address plainly -#,