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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 17, 1912, Image 19

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By Nbrman.
(The J. 0. B. Laments a Shat
tered Romance.)
n. y. saturdy anuther beauti
ful romanse busted into a milyen
peaces, another jare of sole-mates
paneiidjy parted; this time it is
mrs. uppy sinclare and her frend
hairy kemp, the kansas poit
'irirs. sraclaire, you know, did
ertt like "her WsBand, she said
hairy kemp was mutch more' to
her liking than uppy, as he never
run oUt, of pritty, things to say,
ahd always iwd all the time he
neetfed to say them, as work nev
er worried him none
well, uppy he was a good game
guy, he ses to the dame, old gerl,
he ses, if you reely are so stuck on
this boob, you mite as well Have
him, I will take our kid and beat
it, so he done it
also he has a little talk with his
wife and hairy, and he wishes 'em
joy, and he brings a soot for di
vorce agenst mrs. sinclare .
thats the end of him so far as
this tale is conserned, he has took
his kid to germany and he ex
pects to come back when he feels
like it - J
mrs. sinclare and hairy tKey
went to live in a little cabin on a
creek in the woods of new jersey,
and beleave me there aint nuthihg
no wilder than the wilds of new
jersey j
they fished and ther red ppitr.5
and they had a verry nice time,
when newspaper reporters conic

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