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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 19, 1912, Image 14

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pleased with his burial place.
That evening his bones and the
bones of his select braves, we're
dug up and a solemn march was
taken up, carrying the bones to
another and i araway burying
"Tenas" George immediately
appropriated the fertile burying
Miss Dillpickles Builds a House After Her Own Design.
"Hey, Pa exclaimed, "Call this a high basement? Think I'm a Mole?"
By Fred Schaefer.
Stung again! Now that the
house I designed is finished, we
are not going to live in it!
Pa Dillpickles led the revolt. I
thought all along that pa was
with me. He did the least inter
fering with the plans and never
even went out to look at the
building, "Let the jjirl have full
swing," he said. But now that
our lovely dwelling is finished he
laid off from his work in the foun
dry and went out. On the way to
it he babbled of the elegant base
ment I'd promised him, where he
could do his puttering around of
evenings. "I don't cars what the
upstairs is," he said, ."but a base
ment where I can smoke my pipe
and make mission furniture on
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