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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 17',
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n. y. last sundy dockter millard
made a speech to the sundy skool
klass wich i go to & it was a purty
good speech to i gess for I was mak
ing deef & dum sines akross as gor-v
gie medders as we are lerning that
, that was how gorgie never herd
mutch of the speech neether & when
the doc got threw he asked gorgie,
can you tell me what we must do in
order to get to heven
gorgie thought long time but he
coodent get next to the answer all
though onct he knowed it alnte
yes sir, replys gorgie at last, we
that is verry troo in its way, said
the dockter, but cant you tell the
klass what we must do befour we die
to go to heven.
that stumped gorgie for fair and
he come neerly saying he dident
know but then he catched a look
from his ma which told him he had
better dig up the correckt answer or
she wood take care Qf his case when
She got him home
yes sir, i know what we have to do
befour we die & go to heven, he fin
let us here it, littel man, the dock
ter told him
we have to get sick, gorgie replys,
and send for you
"The hero drank in her beauty"
from a popular current magazine se
rial (Probably through his eyeglass.)
-BUT I TIPPED tlY HATAND WITH
H HURRIED DOWN TTffi. PIKE
(TOBE CONTINUED. )
One fine spring, morning Trumbull
White, editor of Adventure Maga
zine, was walking up lower, Broad
way, New York. Stopping near the
Equitable building, then nearing
completion, he overheard an Irish
hodcarrier say: "You, up there!
Don't any of yez come down that
ladder at the ind th' scaffolding.
Oi've taken it away!"
Bertha Ethel's beau calls her the
apple of his eye, peach and pippin.
Why can't you call me things like
Joe Sure. Ethel's beau is in the
vegetable and fruit business, while I
keep a fish market!
The Allies seem to do very well in
Champagne while the Germans are
bottled up in port. .
v "y .