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popular with Normal Students
The Badger Studio
O. H. OTTO
ini 2 Main Street OSHKOSH. WISCONSIN
75 Years In Business
SEVENTY FIVE YEARS AGO this Rank was founded. By steady growth it has grown until now it is the largest hank in this section of the state.
SEVENTY FIVE YEARS AGO people began systematic saving with this hank and saving dejiosits have grown steadily all these years.
YOU too can grow the same way by choosing a goal and saving until you reach that position for which you strive. Let the FIRST NATIONAL RANK help you grow by systematic saving. Come in TODA !
Tirst National Bank?
cAJJitiaied Companies FIRST TRUST COMPANY FIRST INVESTMENT COMPANY
A GREATER Rank for GREATER Oshkosh
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always on display far in advance of the
We know the answer to the problem that is troubling you
IVc have it
HOME MADE SWEETS CRACKER JACK and the l est MALTED MILKS in town
Fountain of Sweets
187 Main Street
Frank Novitski, getting on the street car handed the conductor a transfer: “Why, this is two days old." said the conductor.
"I’ve been waiting patiently.” said Frank.
For sale, bakery, including large oven. Owner has been in it for years. Has good reason for leaving.
Eleanor Tice: "What beautiful flowers. Why isn’t there still a little dew on them?" Clair Miller: “Yes. but I'll pay for them before long."
Cheer up. when your friends get autos you will l e able to get a seat on the street car.
Frank: “I f anything should go wrong in this experiment we and the laboratory should be blown sky-high. Come closer, boys, so that you can follow me better.”
Customer: "How do you sell this cheese? Grocer: "I’ve often wondered mvsclf.”
Mr. Brccsc: "What are pauses?
Harry Furlong: "The things the cat stands on."
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Je ! Kennedy: "Do you serve any cheese with apple pie?’ Boots Armstrong: "Yes sir, we serve anyone here.”
Mr. Talbot: "Where do all the bugs go in winter?” Elizabeth Kezcrtec (absently) : "Search me."
Miss Grieder: “Mr. Gleason, how would you express in Shakespearian language
you saw a bow-legged man coming towards you?”
Tobcy: “Ah! What curious man is this coming in parenthesis?”
Miss Mercier: "When Mr. Cardiff comes to class on time once, we’ll have a picnic.” Steve Sitter (next day Cardiff is on time): “Hurrah! Today we have our picnic.”
O’Konski: "Are you the man who cut my hair the last time?"
Barber: "1 couldn’t he. sir. I’ve only been here a year.”
A. Beaman: "It it weren’t for the fact that we are in a canoe, 1 would kiss you.” Trudy Haenscn: "Take me to shore instantly.”
"Cliidren, behold the Chimpanzee! lie sits on the ancestral tree,
From which toe sprang in Ages gone,
I'm glad toe sprang-had toe held on We might, for all that I can say,
He horrid Chimpanzees today.”
Wrage: "Who was the strongest man
J. Nelson: "Ccasar. He pitched his tent across the Rhine.”
ittkopf: "What’s the difference be-
tween the jingle of the American dollar and the Chinese Yen?”
Cardiff: "One is the chink of the coin and the other is the coin of the Chink.”
We have read this one in Mr. Hewitt's book and wonder just where he heard it.
"A professor annoyed by pupils communicating says: ’The minute I get up to speak some fool begins to talk'.”
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Apparel for Women and Misses
119 MAIN STREET
“Only to the extent that we Serve do we Deserve”
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