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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 08, 1912, Image 17

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Before and After.
A silvery summer moon shone
sweetly on the likewise silvery
Sands. -
The summer sweethearts sat in
silence She was gazing up ai the
dim blue vault over them, where
the liftle stars twinkled in a mil
lion tiny points of flame. He was
gazing at.her as if he'd like to eat
her. .
1 "Dearie, what makes the stars
shin e;sa dimly tonight ?" she gur
gled. . -
"They are outshone by the
glorious Ifght of your eyes, my
darlinghe whispered foolishly,
"and sq ihey pale their 'splendor,,
and er and "
He didn't know-how to gp on,
So he kissed her instead.. And site
.was awte satisfied, perfectly con
tent and glad. ,
v Same moon, same sands, same
people only they are married
now.
"I wonder how many telegraph
poles," she murmured thought
fully, "it would take to reach
from here to the moon ?"
He looked at her as if he'd like
to bite her.
"One,if it was long enough,"
he snapped. "l)on't ask such silly
questions!"
And a solemn silence enwrap
ped the summernight Answers.
Warnings against frost are sent'
out by United States weather
bureau to farmers, Vast amount
of money was saved as result 01
one such forecast.
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