Transcription: Camouflage your ankles and fool the mosquitoes. Wear camouflaged gown in the country and walk safely through the danger zone. Camouflage your chickens to protect them from hawks and other enemies. Fool the fish -- fisherman's camouflage costume. Line camouflaged to look like a worm. Ding bust it! Where is that golf ball? Camouflaged golf ball. I am safe he can't see me. Camouflage your pipe so wifey can't smell it. Camouflage your bald head to protect it from the flies. To pass by the office boy, bill collector. The original camouflage gaiters to hide bum shoes. They can't see each other; burglar, policeman. Camouflage your umbrella and fool the rain. Camouflaged dust. Now I can speed the cop can't see my camouflaged auto.
Boston Post (Boston, Massachusetts), June 19, 1918.
UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Camouflage (Military science)--Caricatures and cartoons;