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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCAT*, JULY 29, 1515. . ^ ' A T T H E L U N C H C O U N T E R . See the h u stling business m an A lm ost every day, \"When th e hour for luncheon co'mes, • H ie him self aw ay ‘To the qui'ck-lunch counter, w here,' S ittin g on a stool, H e proceeds to dem onstrate T h a t he is a fooL See him . guln his luncheon down In th e w ildest haste. Such a . busy roan as he H as no tim e to w aste! See h im ’sw allow everything Ab f a s t a s he can eat. W hile th ree others stand behind W aiting for his seat. See him chaff the w aiter girl, Trying to be sm art, Thinking he has made a dent On, h er calloused heart. See him buy a fa t cigar 'And th e n 'h e pays his check, \\A nd h ustle back to business—Swish! As if he’d break his neck. See him a fte r tw enty years ■ O f this so rt of i thing, T o rtured w ith dyspepsia, Blindly w ondering W here his energy has gone. W hy he can’t digest A nything bu t pepsin—next “E ntered into rest.\" THE PUREBRED HERD, It should ,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

! x a s s t u r g e o n b a y a d v o c a t k , jULV.aaJwis. Thdt-Bscplsina His Smile of Satisfaction. No. smarting or burning sensation to even the most tender face. JButhy- mol Shaving Soap is non-irritating and leavesa soothing and cooling after-effect. . Wehandlelhcheit in every line. Tbut'a why we sell and recommend E U T H Y M O L S H A V IN G SO A P Basset Drug Store A MEDICAL BOOK FREE By DR. N. A, GODDARD. •cravaaoo M odern Methods of treating Chron­ ic Diseases without operation, has just come from the pen of Dr. Goddard, the Milwaukee Specialist as well as instructive little books the Joe-* tor lias ever written. If you are a sufferer from appendiciti a, Gall Stones, Colic, Goiter, or Chronic dis­ eases of a pri­ vate nature you should a* vail yoprself of this offer to send you this book free sim­ ply for the asking. A pos­ tal will bring - . it to yoi^ in a plain wrapper. Many SQ-called surgical , diseases, have been proven to be curable by medical treatment, more s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

i ^ s Chautauqua Awg. 25-29. “DOOR . COUNTY DOES.\" V O L . 54 N O . 19 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1915. Marine News i ' Capt. Robinson Transferred, y Capt. George - Robinson of th e canal \\coast gu ard statio n on T hursday re ­ ceived notice th a t he w as to be tra n s ­ ferred to F rank fort, Mich., and to be prepared to leave w ithin tw elve hours. H e'to o k his departure fo r the east'sho re on th e carferry F riday, and has since assum ed charge of th e statio n a t th a t port. H is fam ily followed the first of th is week, being transported to th e ir destination on the gasoline boat S tar light, together w ith th e ir household goods. Capt. Robinson lias had charge • of the c a n a l1 station for th e p ast tw o . years, coming here from Plum Island, .an if during his s ta y here he and his fam ily have made m any, friends. Capt. Robinson has been succeeded in command here by Capt. George H . G at- field, who w as prom oted from No. 1 of th e Ludington coa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

S tu rg e o n B a p B to o cate Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls. ■ - -*■ ■ • JBntered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. K A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year . . . . . . . . ----'................. .$1.60 Six months ....................\\ ................ .75 Four months .......................... 50 Two months ...................... 25 ' Single copies ............................ 05 Two dollars will be charged if not ■ paid within the year. - safeguard their pJmsrwgore, they should pay the •penalty. _ . The designer of the Eastland, S. C. Jenks of Port Huron, Ohio,, tells the story in a nutshell when he Baid: “She was born a greyhound and died a wolf.\" Everything was sacrificed for speed The lives, of the people she was to: carry was not taken. into consideration.' If there are other boats on the lake like her they should be condemned, and not w ait until they have been used as a ecf- fin for her passengers. DUDLEY S....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

W:- -j- '■thv ' THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCAT*, AUGUST 5, 1915. m • ’ Marvin, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ajigust Fen'old, residing on a farm near Hhaboygan Falls, is dead as the result of a kick in the head by a young colt. ■ ' ?■ ' i a . A. J. Dopp, who was inaugurated postmaster of Waukesha, laBt week, late Tuesday afternoon stepped into the city clerk’s office and filed his resignation. E. S. Hammond, former chief of police and -a resident of M arinette for thirty ^years, - died while taking a walk with Dee. Hammond,, his son, Mr.- Hammond vas 88 years old. 'That', the fire and police commission ’ errfed in dismissing from the service P a­ trolmen Hill and Madison, and th a t the two men are still legally entitled to their positions, was the decision of Judge Hogan of Antigo. The city dis­ missed the officers and hired Louis Por- lier. A. L. Sommers, secretary of the asso­ ciation of commerce of Sheboygan, was fatally injured when a car skidded in making a turn near the v...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAY APV0CATE, Atr§IIST 5, 19X5, X-. How to Build a Con-. venient Corn Crib ! e A com crib should al­ ways be constructed so that it can be filled and emptied v With: the least labor. ■ • *For level ground, a good is double cribs with ^elevated drivew ay through the center of the building and elevated ap­ proaches at eafch end. This enables the loads to be driven through the cribs and dumped or scooped out of the wagons without any high pitching. ‘ A good crib pays for St- • self in a few years*by keep­ ing the corn in such* condi- ■S- tion that i f will bring you better prices. W * would like to talk to you about your corn crib. Come in. Sawyer Lumber Co. DAY! Tuesday, Aug. 10th, 5 People’s Store Cash Trading with each 10c purchase. People’s Store —At The— Gem Theatre Saturday and Sunday Lew Fields in “ Old Dutch” one of his greatest comedy stage successes in five parts,' with Vivian Martin, the . heroine of &e ‘Wishing Ring.’ All seats 10c. r LEW WEITING. I...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

t . ' A - / ' THE STXmREOWr.B^Y jpyO C A T E . AUGUST, ?,■ |9jJ5., - :-v Raise the Limit.—Under1 a rcceutjhct' of -the legislature, passed and signed by the governor, cities will not be required ■ to n a ir-jo r bids for •work/that does not exceed $500. The old law' placed the ‘ lim it at $200,., / ,../ , , ■ -Board of-Education,—The regular ad- ^ journed meeting of the board of educa- ‘ was-held last evening at Which - a j ..ivijnber of bills were audited and allows this being the only business of iin* pbrtanee transacted. a f e . . ' •, ■•york I ,Moose Club Excursion.—Menabexs of - *the Moose club of M arinette chiiie herd \\ on Sunday, there being about 50 in the | purchased at a bargain, being one th a t i'urpw d. The trip was -made: o n . th ei had been dh use before.,: I t will be .in- j .jst^amer. Sailor Boy, and the'party came’! stalled at once. .. over to see the ball game between d e ­ commission.form.v A report of the util­ ities for the year ending June 30 last...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

* T11& STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1915 | The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | I of the Union Scout of the Mississippi I ® ® $ » » ® ® ® S X * X ^ ^ BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®SSXsXsX®4®®S®®(SX^ CHAPTER XXXIII. Parting with Dora Weston—Perils and Exploits on the Rail—A .Long Jour­ ney. Bvll wandered about in the streets of Richmond after his escape, and cogitated further adventures. His next move will be to Mobile. As the idea of leaving grows upon him a pleasant thought of i)ora Weston comes to him involuntarily. There is no use in trying to drive the image away she follows him with her bright sweet face, *■ “And like a lily on a river floating, She floats upon the river of his thoughts.\" “I must not call there’Sftgain” muses Bell. “Why should I let her know that she is anything to me, when I must nec­ essarily deceive her as to my character ?' But all the time Inclination tugs against'Discretion. I “Bother me!” soliloquizes Bell. “Can’t I possibly keep her out...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

r ’ . V * - v * v •- ^ * ‘ w f o s if 5, 1915, . ’ ’“ ’ 1 ' ^ • t J- ' l 7 ’ ’ i ■r7 ‘ ^ r % . .-■ '■'-, '■■. ':l « p i p | e E | i W , - : -: : -:v ? ■.,■■' -'. o ' C ''- iThe following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effective Aug. 2, 1915: FORD RUNABOUTS . . . . $390.00 FORDT0URIN6CAR....... . . . . 440.00 ' FORD TOWN CAR.. . . . . . . . . . 040.00 No speedometer included in this year’s equipment, otherwise care fully equipped. y TKtte caq be ncr assurance given against an advance in these prices 'at any time. W e guarantee, however, that there will be no reduction in these prices prior to Aug. 1, 1916. P rofit Sharing W ith Retm tt Buymrm O n August 1, 1914, we made the announcement that if we could make and sell at retail 300,000 Ford cars between August 1, 1914, and August I, 1915, we would share profits with the retail purchasers fa» the extent of from $40 to $60 on each car. W e have sold over . 300,000 Ford cars in the time specified, and profit-sharing checks of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

O '\" B Y CAPTAIN .GEORGE L.KILMER LATEU.S.VOLS. pjopyrlgfct. IMS, br Axnerlcan Pre». A-o- . of vm Bmmlch.g t^ p g , and on Au* NTH the close of July. 1915. « the Germans gave up the aHem* twelve months have elapsed, *° W j t o Uege t0«* b* “nd since, the German emperor *» PM8 Into Belgian ter- announced that a state 0f ritoiy out of range of the guns of ’ exists throughout the German em-1 ^4^3®- .. Liege itself had been occupied plre. Nine days afterthe ArchdukeFran- j German' forces who had managed (els Ferdinand of Ajustria and his wife! dash into the place between the Jwere assMslnated to the capttal of the j torts on the 6th, U n trton piovtaee of Bosnia dtopatffiies' 1116 Belgians had succeeded In hold- ladled attention to marked military ac-1 tng back the first onrush of: the Ger- jttvlty In Austria-Hungary. On July 23! mans sufficiently Jong to enable the (Austria handed an cdtimatum to Servla j French to come up, and on Aug. 9 the Aamiinitiiig that Servla disavow all!...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

{Am M f H PHYSICIAN VVJs. short l short 1 £ fro ra Utrhe brood of four, ling along da»y ms?rrffe Ing the whips and scorns of life ne’er a whimper of pain or hate :he sake of those who at hoi aw ait' ^ n T t ^ S i y °to\"?ay, whatever may come his wa: ever the harsh condera It all for love of their Only a dad, but he gives his all To Bmooth his way for his Ing Swlth ’courage the protein .contained In the Vfive j f of whole milk, hence tie ekim I is quite a lot richer in protein ' than the whole milk. We need to ree- this fact in to calves or we will be likely to oVer- feed. How to replace carbohydrates re­ moved-by-the separator is the problem for us to work out. My have con i set and grliri, that hie father did for him. This is a line that for him I pen, Only a dad, but the best of men. ■'—Detroit Free Press. GROWING- CALVES. ■Strong, thrifty and well developed calves cannot be expected from cowe that have, been coorly fed and neglect­ ed during the nme that they are car­ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 August 1915

THE STURGEBB BAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST 5, 1915. iis t i m u ' Last week we received a shipm ent of 81^.Dozen Overalls and Jackets bought at tbe lowest cash price. This week we received notice that one of the largest denim mills in the country shut down their plant Aug. 1 st for an indefinite period on account of insufficient dye-stuffs. These 81 Dozen of Overalls will be sold at our old prices—50c to $1.00. M en—Protect Yourself trade with us. I t W f f l Not Cost You a Penny m - to try Occident Flour for the Russell- Miller Milling Company will stand back of your investment with an iron-clad, money-back guarantee which we will cheerfully carry out for them. Let us send you a sack—make as many bakings as you choose from it—then you are not willing to say it beats any other flour you have used, yourmoney comes back for the asking. There are many convincing reasons for the superiority of Occident Quality which we will not attem pt to enumerate here. We rest content upon giving you the very...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

Vi$itSturgeon Bay’sChautauq “DOOR . COUNTY • r •' bO E S .\" . V O L . 5 4 N O . 2 0 IT AT STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. 1915 Marine News Goodrich M ake S tab ility T est. T he recent disaster to th e E astland is caused much apprehension -to the traveling public as to th e safety of oth excursion steam ers and to offset th eir the Goodrich T ran sit Co. m ade a at' Chicago last T hursday which vir as .a bet in which the company p u t up 300 lives, a steam ship w orth $400,000 and th e ir rep utation th a t th eir boats were absolutely safe. The te s t w as made w ith th e Goodrich steam er Columbus, the popular whale- back plying betw een Chicago and Mil waukee and the resu lt cnused much ela tio n to th e officials of th e company. I t w as made by distributing 100-lb. sacks 'o f sand am ong the three passenger decks in such a m anner as though th ey were people who had rushed to th e sides of th e boat. 7,300 bags w ere carried aboard by the stevedores, it tak ing tw o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAY/ADVOCATE AVGpW’t i w S ' «? ISturfleon ®a? advocate P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n ■ - B ay, W in. Bntered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls.j as second-class m atter. . R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year ...............................................fl.lilb Six m onths . . . ................................. .76 F our, m onths ....................................... .50 Two m onths .'........................................ .25 Single copies ....................................... .05 Two dollars w ill .be charged if not paid w ithin th e year. ^ DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., August 12/ 1015. i EDITORIAL %........ i- ... Did you over read a paper in which you could not find something that was worth the price you paid for it? If so it was a pretty poor sheet, or you are hard to satisfy. How much better off we are now with our good macadam roads than were the inhabitant-) ver or fifteen years a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

j ' - - ■ i ‘ ST Y ADVOCATt, AUGUST 12,1915. (From Appleton Post.) IDacationiiig in Door (Counts BY EDWARD P. HUMPHREY Dear Readers of the Post: This letter is somewhat belated. Wihen I arrived in . Ephraim, after the thirty-mile auto ride from 'Sturgeon Bay, my first eager in­ quiry ' a t the hotel was for a writing machine. M y brain seethed with im­ pressions, and my fingers itched for “the ivories,” wherewith to communicate them to. you. But “we haven’t one,” said the calm Norwegian girl behind the \\ counter,' and what’s more, “I don’t think ^you’ll find one-in town,” she added. A muse th at is ' habituated to speaking through a typewriter utterly balks a t the dreary hardships of “longhand.” The result so flir as you are concerned is th at you will miss .those-first furies of brain ecstacy th at you might have had, and must be content with ardors th at perforce have somewhat cooled in the interim. “The California of the North,” is the way the Door county country is describ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAT AUVOCATR,-AUGUST 12, 1915. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Elljott of Algoma spent ’Susday with friends in this city. Miss Bernice Ludlow returned1 home ’ 'Wednesday after an extended absence. Miss Louise Grassel of Luxemburg spent Sunday with relatives and friends in the city. Mrs. Ed. Kavot of Manitowoc returned to her home on Saturday after visiting Mrs. Ben Defoe. .* Mrs. Fronev Bunkc arrived from W est Allis, AA ?is., Wednesday and will visit relatives' for a week. Miss Alice Belangia arrived here M on­ day evening and will visit with rela­ tives for some time. George Draeb and brother John, re­ turned home Saturday evening from a Business trip to Chicago. Clyde Laurie came down from Green Bay on Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Laurie. • Miss Jennie Weber returned to her home at Forestville after spending a week visiting friends here. Eddie’ Augustine left for Milwaukee on jptid ay /- Where he will be employed and make his future home, i Mis...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

TTTR STURGEON BAY ADVOCATK. ATJGUST12, 1915. — — \"t — m t i l - y i l - i i - - - - - - - - - i i T t r - Fine. Weather .-^As will be noted,' the wcatheji:, fbr'.the past week\\ liasv1 l&£en ideal, £ivihg |:he farmers a chance ’to clean up the, mess inside by the rain of : last week. 1 • \"v\" Marriage Licenses.—Only one mar- ', riage license was issued within the week, being tliat of Henry Peterson of Bai­ leys Harbor and Margaret Krause of Gibraltar.,. - Quail in City.—H. O. Scofield^ reports ! that he saw a quail in his yard on Mon- day morning, which would indicate that the birds had not been entirely extcr- . min-ated, as has -been reported on sev- ‘i eral occasions. The Circus.—The flaming bills that chronicles the coming of the circus on Monday next, are fi. source of consid­ erable interest to the' juvenile • popula­ tion. If the weather is good there will no doubt be the usual large crowd in . attendance. Pictures of the City.—The pictures of the city shown at the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

•- , v ' T H E S T U R G E O N B A Y A D V O C A T E . A T O P S T ^21915j, , The Adventures Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi •XsXsXi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®®C CHAPTER XXXIV. A Desperate' Plot to Rob the United States of Three and a Half Million Dollars—The Conclave of Conspira­ tors—Slung-Shots Plucked from Pri­ son Walls. 1 Ji.ll-s reason for go:ng up the Missis­ sippi to St. Louis was, that he had heard hints from mem beys of the Sons of Liberty at the South..that plots were on foot to capture or destroy some of the Mississippi steamers, and to set lire to various Northern cities. He thought it probable that any effort to carry out the first-mentioned project would ema­ nate from f?t. Louis, while he would be as likely to obtain information1 as to the other, there as elsewhere. On ar- rivaig there and putting up at the P la n te r 's hotel, lie reported to General Kosecnin/.—a line-looking light-cumplcx- ionvd. candid-faced olliccr—and made out iu writ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

1 j ' XHS STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 12,1913. ■ - '• , :■ ’«5w ^ ^ N T O N l G H T y ^ B l G CH AUTAtUQUA 1 THRILLING LIFE STORY OF RCV. JOSEPH K. GRIFFI$, “TAttAN” A White Child A Kiowa Captive Paleface Savage Recaptured by Custer An Indian Soldier , Court Martialed Deserter Escaped Military Prisoner A Hunted Wanderer A Converted Savage Salvation Army Captain Successful Clergyman A Widely Known Lecturer Chautauqua Week Here r e a m W hen ordering Ice Cream specify PURITY ICE CREAM—The kind made by F. I. PLECK out of the pur­ est ingredients. To get acquainted with our cream call for one of the famous Neapolitan Bricks Phone 16, and it will be delivered promptly, well packed in any quantity anywhere in the city. Can also be purchased at Bassett’s Drug Store Stiles’ Drug Store Harry Green’s Restaurant FRANK I. PLECK 'Phone No. 16 Sturgeon Bay, Wis, / I have some very choice income property in the city of Milwaukee which is paying seven or eight per cent interest on the inves...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

' • _ \\ . , ' ” ' ~ r ' ” • I: : gumiulMv * iv IKmn M ' . ' , ’ ' , - ' . I ' _ s h e s p o i l e d x * a u . She w a s p retty . Q uite a b e a u ty T h a t sh e knew I t w a s so p lain M any ey in g H er said , sig h in g : ** ’T is a p ity she’s so v ain ! • A lw ay s sm iling, And beguiling. W ith h e r ro sy lip s a p a rt S ilken la sh e s W ith m o st c a p tiv a tin g a rt. T h o u g h h e r ro ses And h e r poses An a ttra c tiv e p ictu re-m ad e . E v ery g estu re. Like h e r v e stu re , , j \\ ■ Spoke o f a rtific ia l aid . V ery g racefu l. V ery ta s te fu l, W as th e m aiden, m ucl) a d m i r e d / By th e m any / B u t n o t an y F o r h er h e a rt o r h an d a sp ired . F o r each m otion / Show ed devotion To the m irro r on th e '1 w all She w a s p retty , Q uite b eau ty , . B u t so v a in she spoiled it all! JM cctcd p io w U u m i. A QUEER EXPERIENCE. Do you see the bullet hole in the crown of this sombrero, Neb? Thereby hangs a tale, which, if you w...

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