Wise and Otherwise. An exchange says: A printer In a nearby town was given the following copy for an auction bill; "Where as, I liaf my farm got to sell, I makes offer to sell a load of corn, oats, and several tons oder stun too piovious to mention. men-tion. Also yet von pull heifers, fresh milk, gows steers, and hogs, a big fat sow and pigs by me, J. Smeer. Dcrnis gash, If jou got him, If not notcssc- gurcd by soniepody." An old negio in Louisiana was 111 and called in a doctor. He did not get any better, and another doctor was sent foi He felt the pulse for u moment, and then looked at tho tongue. ton-gue. "Did tho doctor take your temperature?" tem-perature?" lie asked. "I don't know, sah. I hain't missed anything but my watch as j It, boss." Two devoted lovers, George and Lizzie, Liz-zie, were crossing the fields approaching approach-ing the pretty town of Hothlchem, Pa. The sounds of the grasshoppors and katydids tilled the air as they came in sight of a church. It was Sunday morning and the congregation was singing a melodious hjrati. Lizzie heard it, but Oeorgc did toot, and she said: "Oh, George, Isn't that beautiful!" beauti-ful!" Ho, thinking she referred to katjdlds, replied. "Yes, and they are doing all that with their hind legs."