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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1912, Image 20

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1912-03-28/ed-1/seq-20/

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A Convincing Description
TRY THE DAY BOOK NEWS
Beginning at the center will read
TRY THE DAY BOOK NEWS
270 Different Ways.
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K O O B Y A D,E HTHEDAYBOOK
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O B Y A D E H T. Y RYTHEDAYBO
B Y A D E H T YR TRYTHEDAYB
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WENKOOBYADAYBOOKNEW
SWENKOOBYAYBOOKNEWS
POOR DAD!
A young New Haven man, re
turning home frpm a health trip
to Colorado, told his father about
buying a silver mine for $3,000.
"I knew they'd rope you in!"
exclaimed the old man. "So you
were ass enough to buy a humbug
mine."
"Yes, but I didn't lose any
thing. I formed a company and
sold half theistock to a Connecti
cut man for$7,000."
"Y-you did?" gasped the old
man as he turned white. "I'll bet
I'm the one who bought it."
"I know you are,"- coolly ob
served the young man'asjie cross
ed his legs and tried to appear
very much at home.
NASTY THING
Greta: Bell tells me that she is
sorry she ever married you.
Clarence: She ought to be.,
She did some1 nfce girl out of a
good husband,"
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