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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 18, 1912, Image 15

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Shipwrecked Mariner A sail !
Fair One in Distress (weakly) -
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A sail at last!
-What are they advertising:
Family Orchestra.
"Oh, yes, indeed, we are such a
musical family," he replied.
"Father is continually blowing
his own trumpet r mother always
harps on one string; Aunt Sarah
leads a hum-drum existence;
uncle spends most of his time
wetting his whistle; brother is
fond of his pipe; sister is forever
. ringing the changes of her .beaux;
and I I hd.ve to play second fiddle."
A village tinker had a rather
crusty disposition, and the pas
tor said to him one day:
"My man, you should love your
neighbor as yourself."
"Yes, sir," said the tinker.
But the pastor had in rriind a
nasty black eye that the tinker
had given the bricklayer next
door, and so he went on:
"Do you, though, do you, hon
estly, love your neighbor as your
self?" "Yes, sir; oh, yes, sir," said the
tinker; and he added, "But Fm a
I modest man, ye see, and, to tell
-the truth, I ain't a bit stuck on
myself, sir

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