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Posts tagged as “Omaha Daily Bee”

Treasure Seeker

“I tell you,” snapped the spare, austere dame, “men put too much money in clothes nowadays.”
“Huh!” ejaculated the woman with the faded gown; “I’ve gone through my husband’s clothes a hundred times and I never found more than a nickel in ‘em.”

The Lock

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, March 21, 1912. By Mina Irving.

A Spy In the House

Magnate — My boy, it is the little things that tell.

Young Business Man (savagely) — I know it! She’s got a little brother.

Get Him a Medal

Heck — Jenkins is getting married again. Should I send him another wedding present?

Peck — Certainly! Would you let bravery go unrewarded?

Remembrance

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, March 14, 1912.

The Happiest Man

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, March 11, 1912.

Hunting a Snap

Poem from the Omaha Daily Bee, March 9, 1912. By Wex Jones.