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The Deaf’s Miracle Clock

August 7, 2007

DON’T BE LIKE THIS

It’s a shame, that Little Jane
Who goes to school at nine
Must be awake for Daddy’s sake
So he can be to work on time.

—THIS

Get up now, son do as, you’re told,
Come on, your breakfast is getting cold,
Come on, now dear, get on your feet,
I know you’d soon sleep than eat—

OR THIS

It’s half past six, too early to rise.
So, will set the Clock Later and close my eyes,
What’s that, man? It’s half past eight
‘Gosh’ again for work I’m late,

BE LIKE THIS

It’s half past seven and I feel fine
I’ve had a good sleep and be to work on time
The reason is—and you can bet your socks
I bought one of ‘Webers’ wide awake clocks.

R. U. AFRAID

of Being Late to Work?
NO NEED to worry IF you have one of
WEBER’S WIDE AWAKE CLOCKS
The General Electric Clock
Length 7″, Width 3″, Depth 3″

Put the Vibrator on bedspring near
your head and it will vibrate the bed
or if you prefer, Bed Lamp-Light,

GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR

FOR PRICES and TERMS, WRITE or CALL

RALPH R. WEBER
Lincoln 9 6643
2519 BURLING STREET
CHICAGO 14, ILL

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