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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 17',
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& puddings & everything thats gootj
to eat i
now, aint that rubbing it in" on 3
new y.ork there is more than 1
way of punishing a feller & some of
the worstest was never even thought
of in them old days when they used
to hang krimnals and marrtirs up by
there toes like that nero guy done.
littel gorgie medders found that
out the other day when he slapped
his sister & of korse she runs rite
away & told her ma which gave gor
gie the dickens for slapping his sister
& it was her fault at that but that
dont cut no ice with his ma who says
to him, gorgie you are such a bad boy
that you can go rite to bed without
no supper & see if you cant think up
ways to bo good tomorrer
so gorgie cralls in to the haypile &
purty soon he gets hungery enuff to
want a peace of dry bread without no
butter on it atall, which is a purty
good sine that he was all empty in
side. & the worst of it, he thought it was
the worst, but reeley the worst was
coming to him yet, was when his lit
tel sister corned up and told him all
about the bog feed they had for sup
per & how. she had 2 peaces of pie,
hers and hisn
& then his dere littel sister got
good and even with ,him for that
slap, alrite, alrite
she says, verry nise like, gorgie
dere, i will go & get you a nise book
fo reed & then you wont miss your
supper so much
when she comes back she hands
him a book & beets it kwick
it was a cook book with a lot of
Durty pictures of pies and ice cream
KNEW HIS JOB
It was Easter eve on leap year and
the dear young thing, who had been
receiving long, but somewhat unsat
isfactory visits from the very shy
young man, decided she might take
a chance. Robert had brought her
a splendid Easter lily.
"I'll give you a kiss for that lily,"
she promised blushingly.
The exchange was duly, not to say
happily, made. Robert started hur
riedly toward the door.
"Why, where are you going?"
asked his girl in surprise.
"To the florist's for more Easter
lillies!" he replied. life.
"There goes another married
man," said the girl at the candy
"How do you know?"
"He used to buy a three-pound box
of chocolates twice a week and now
he buys half a pound once' a month.'
N. Y. World.
PURYirJG. -fO PLAY THE
SCALES OF f FISH