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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1913, Image 5',
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A Painesville tombstone dealer
gives trading stamps. That ought to
be a great comfort to the widows.
& . OUR EXACT ARTIST
An Old Uoks,
"good-bye, old lid!"
ay o. uampueu vory.
Then must we part, my trusted
For such a puny reason?
The fad of Fashion's silly trend
The changing of the season!
Three noble bucks I paid for thee
Three crisp and hard-earned bones.
From my lean roll I paid that "three"
With inward tears and groans!
A lid of straw must take your place,
But how anj I to splice
My shattered roll, ortake a brace
And borrow half the price?
"Well, dear old felt, -well not -despair!
The-changeful season's call
Will hail you from your summer lair.
Well meet again next fall!
I am 1.8 and have been going with
a girl of the same age for some time.
Her birthday is soon. What should
I give her? K. B.
Cigars if you smoke.
Upon what day of the week did
June 13, 1857, fall? Reader.
We didn't know it met with that
How can I keep glasses clean and
shiny? Iona Pair.
Whom did Pres. Wilson marry?
Probably a Scared Look.
If she got caught in a midnight
hotel fire, what would "Helen Ware
in the Escape?" M. W. B.
SHE'S KIDDING HIM
A young husband has been disfllu-'
sioned. This is what he wrote to
The Toledo News-Bee's Helper to
Wooed and Wooers:
"My wife wants to wear her hair
in. kid curlers! Is it proper for -ner
to do that when it makes her look
something fierce with her head all
covered with horns?"
Maybe she is getting ready to at
tend the Devil's Ball.
IN MERRY ENGLAND
Along the coast the suffiraget
Strolled on a spring-time night. '
She saw a mighty beacon there
To guide the ships aright.
"A bomb put in it," she remarked,
"Would help to 'Spread the
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