The Phonogram (1900-08)

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R. An Easy One in plain words for N the Children. See the mer-ry farm-er. His name is Si-las. He has work-ed hard all day long, pick-ing po-ta-to bugs and shak-ing hell-e-bore on the vines. Or per-haps he used par-is green; he did not tell me. Now he is hav-ing a bang up time. There are no flies on Si-las, for he has just bought a Pho-no-graph. He is an up-to-date gent, and he knows a good thing