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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1911, Image 16

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L went in a restaurant to get
something to eat,
Hollow from my head down to
, my feet,
Ordered a doughnut and I wiped
off the grease
And handed the girl a five-cent
v piece,
She looked at the nickel and stye
i looked at me,
And said "That don't look good,
you see
There's ahole in the nickel and it
- runs clear through."
Said I, "There's a hole in the
doughnut, -too !"
Accent on the stuff. ' First
member silent, like,h in rats.
London is spending $10,000,000
on docks.
The bricks they heave at
vou are never made of
straw. ' , '
Troubles never
singly, soit is said.
A man is fairly young so
long as he remembers how
to roll a snowball.
You never climb so, high
as when you , lift some
other fellow, with you.
It is unkind to know
too much, for others are
then robbed of the joy of
Jutting you. wise.
You don't find honest
men by ..looking Jor themj
Or fORTiVM.. MEf?HT fbf
. eiper srre Viohefer pys
nivquwnc. yR VANGEK. ISS
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with Ian terns, but yoiUMttVjjnd
dishonest ones "-by seating your
lantern down and going'away for
a bit. " t-
t-Z. '"
What does the pld tea-kettle sing
1 0n the long coId'wfnterilights 3
Never a strain of the .golden year
And the summer's lost delights J
She hums away at a roundelay
That is free of "all regret; . ,,
"How' good to see the' folks alj
hpme, "
Around "the fireplace met.'
Sunshine and. shadow "
Y That's the way'things go; '
You can't have a shadow' i
Without'the sun you know!"
, Wouldn't get mad, would you,
if we were .to hint" something
about the advisability of doing
your Christmas shopping early?
j j uS-'ff,

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