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

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Easily Remedied,
They were on their honeymoon
and were spending it amidst the
mountains of Switzerland, pear
ly" every day they attempted to
climb to a fresh height.
Flushed wfth triumph and With
excessive heat parched, and scant
of breath, they had at last gained
the summit of a lofty peak. Then
they paused.
"There!" exclaimed the wife,
when she had .finished panting.
"We have tramped all this dis
tance to admire this beautiful
view, and we're forgotten the
glasses!"
''Never mind, darling," replied
the husband, taking z small flask
out of hjs 'pocket. "There's no one
about. rWe can drink just as well
out of the bottle!" Answers.
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The Optimist -This is all
right. If we only had some ham
we could have ham and eggs, if
rwe only ham some eggs.
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Rural Sympathy.
The minister had been speakri
ing on the variance of comments-
tors, and this gave rise to a per
culiar expression of sympathy on,,
the part of one of his flock. Thfc
worthy pastor was surpriseq:
shortly afterward on receiving 3,
sack of potatoes from an old lady
a member of his congregation
When thanking her for the gift,
he happened to mention his sur
prise. 1
"Oh," said the good dame, "VW
heard ye saymany a time that t
common taters didn't agree y
ye, so I thought Id J et ye $iy$
some or my oesi name-grown
'uns. They'll be certain to sujfti
ye." '
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NEXT WEEK ?
The Day Book will publish tnej
first of a series of adventures th&t
Diana Dillpickles has "down px
the farm." ,
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