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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 11, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 17

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n y. mr willium everly who lives
over in hoboken wishes his youngest
son wasent so blamed brite and
quick to. Spill his talk
& mrs everly which is mr everly's
2d wife thinks so too becaus she ser
( tainly got away to a bad start on the
j. wedding day & i'd bet the seat of
my pants that tobias, everly is in for
ia bunch of good wallops from his
step ma if he dont wach out
t mr everly's 1st wife has been dead
a long time & he thought it was
abo.ut time to give his kids anuther
ma, & get a wife to keep hisself from
being so lonesome
all last summer & fall he was com
ing over to see a ,dame that lived in
the bronix & finnally they hitched up,
in dubbel harness
now dear, mr everly said to his 2d-
, wife, who was a old made befour
she was married to him, we will now
go over to our nest in hoboken &
you will see my lovely children & i
know you will like them, they are
that brite and smart
all rite, honey bunch, the 2d mrs.
everly chirped, we will go for i am
ankshious to take the little mother-
less children in my arms" '
so they went-home
the kids all flocked into the par-
lor when there new ma kicked in &
-"they gave her the onct over
my dear children, there pa said,
this is the new mother i brought for
susie gave her new ma her mitt &
a smack on the kisser, but tobias
woodent come neer, he just stood on
j the other side of the room getting a
good eyefull
now. tobias,. hjs dad said, don't you
like your new ma
o, i-gess i like her all rite, tobias
ansered, but pa, you sure did get
stung, for she aint new at all
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"It says-here that there are over
800 ways of cooking potatoes," said
Janes, looking at his wife.
"Yes?" answered Mrs. Jones.
"Well, my dear,-why don't, you
learn one of them?" added Mr. J.
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si T-v
"Robinson Crusoe was an acro
ifat!" "He wasn't."
"Sure he was. It says in my book:
Robinson Crusoe finished his day's
work an' sat on his chest' "
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The seat of war is the place wher
the standing army sits down,

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