AX ENGLISH BAP.GAIX. The travelling onrtionoar vas offering <v umnirf-r of articles to a typical country r I'diei.c-' 1 ®;. L , which, however. oon-tir.nr-i to " firht y.” Then ho picked tip a packet, of post raid':. “Here you arc!” kr. shouted. “ Twenty-five stout post cards, printed, for a penny! Vi"ho'll hare ’em?” At this a vountr fellow in the front rc*.r plunged, his hand into his pocket with the evident in: ein ion of investing. The “Cnean Jack’’ was once more, however, to meet disappointment, for the young man's mother laid her hand on the shoulder of her impulsive eon and remarked in a stage | whisper : “It’s another frt-ud, Jim! Pw j reed ’em, an’ there baiat no stamps on j ’em :” 1, ,lne sale was g2.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
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