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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 18, 1912, Image 15

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AERIAL MAILMAN WILL FLY WASHINQTQN.NEW YORK
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' Paul' Peck, the young Washington aviator, Seated in his p,lane
in which lie will carry 100 pounds of U. S. mail matter," from Wash
ington to New York,3Jay 22,-after being sworn -in as a;mail.man.
This is thV-Ionge'st aerial mail route ever attempted.
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Not Used toChurcla.
Miss Five.Q'Clock.TeaHave
you heard the latest on'Alice"? She
goes to church so'-seldpm that last
Sunday, when the "Contribution
plate was passed,v,she said, to the
usher: "Not any, more,, thank
you." Judge. - v ' .
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Summer FGtjhen.
, The best s;ummerkitchen'is,a
screened porch. Prepare vegd-
ables and fruits there. Place 'the
stick fly paper the!re'to"catch and
kill flies "before ' tRey." enter the
house'orCf each1 the 'dim'ngroom.
AP6culiarDish.
Husband What a . peculiar
dish. "" ' ;
Wife ITdid thecooking myself
and Tn 'turning the? leaves of the
cook"bbqk I'furrie'd two at a time
and.1 cbqkedfhe-herrings in apple
jejly But you don't mind, do
you?

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