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Dentist summoned to cemetery -- April Fool's Day, 1896
There was the usual number of April fool jokes sprung yesterday, and the young dentist who went over on West Main street as far as the cemetery to do some work, in response to a bogus call, returned fully convinced that the fool business was being overdone.
[The North Adams Daily Transcript, Apr 2, 1896.]
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