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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 20, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 17

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"Seems to me these stockings are
rather flimsy," said the man who
was shopping for his wife. "Will they
stand much strain?"
"Well, I don't know," responded
the clerk, dubiously. "Will they er
"be extra well filled?" Kansas City
Star.
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NOTIS
KISSES ARE THE
COUPONS CLIPPED
FROM ThE BONDS OF
LOVE ! B" GOLLY'
" Skkhis'
new york. theres a swell wren up
in the bronix that has a bow and a
keen eye for landing the kind of pre
sints she wants
also her bow wont blow about what
hes spending on her ennymore and
he has allreddy stopped saving his
price tags from the stores for future
uses
the other nite i was up at tommy
rustons home when his' sisters feller
droped ankor and settled down for a
long stay & purty soon tommys sis
ter esther blew into the parlor all
dolled up to beet the band
o, Percy, darling, she says, youre
birthday presint was so beutiful &
she adds
and you unintenshionally left the
price marck on 15 dollars
o, how careless of me, replys Percy
trying hard to look modest about it
and i see you bought it at swopski
& Co and wood you mind if i took it
back and eckchanged it for one of
there beutiful 15 dollar lockits, wood
you dear
o, nq, not at all, answers Percy
and then he happens to remember
that he had payd only four $ and
89 cents for the bracelet and put the
15 dollars tag on it afterwurds
gee, i wood hate to be that guy
when his little esther cums march
ing back from swopski and Co with
out that 15 dollar lockit and lamps
percy again
i gess i will go around to see tom
my next wedsdy nite again to see th
fireworks,
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