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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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The Story of a Preacher's Kiss in Black and White,
. BY KENNETH W. PAYNE
Cedar -Grove N. J., April 10.
When three kisses are" applied by a
gray-haired clergyman, age 55, to the
lips of his prettiest parishioner, aged
19, it is merely manifestation of fa
therly affection, the exuberance of
prankish boyhood or the work of his
satahic highness, the Old Nick him
self? ' Miss Maud Jacobs, the maiden
kissed, says she thought the minis
terial embraces were token of pater
nal regard.
Dr. J. Lewis Evans, the kissing pas
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