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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN AN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER OCTO ER 29 1909 7
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ENJOYS CLIMATE HERE HEREDOLLY
DOLLY DIMPLES DIMPLESMiss
Miss Dimples is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 125 pounds Remember Rememberthat ememberthat
that it may help you to get the reward
Continued from Page 1 1My 1lly 1My
My first fir t call was on South Second Weststreet WestStreet West Weststreet
street where I met a very sweet lady
Good morning I greeted so loudly
that I startled myself m selt I am giving away awaysamples awaysamples awaysamples
samples of a marvelous face cream and andId and1d
1 Id d like to leave one with you Do you youuse youuse youuse
use a cream I asked askedYes askedYes askedYes
Yes I do but I have never had this thisshe thisshe thisshe
she said taking the sample I handed her herand herand herand
and scanning the wrapper wrapperIt
It is called Sempre Glovine I con continued continued continued ¬
tinued and is in a rosecolored bar You Youapply Youapply Youapply
apply it to the face and it dissolves and nd is isreadily fareadlly isreadily
readily assimilated by the hungry tissues tissuesIt
It will plump the face and pit PI rve its itscontour itscontour itscontour
contour and give to the skin the texture textureof
of velvet
velvetWoman Woman Gets Interested InterestedWhen
When do you use It she asked askedBefore askedBefore askedBefore
Before and after exposure ure to the theweather theweather theweather
weather and before retiring I replied repliedIt
4 It will materially aid in removing tan tanfreckles tanfreckles tanfreckles
freckles or sunburn and if faithfully used usedwill usedwill usedwill
will banish facial blemishes blemishesThe
The lady smiled at my enthusiasm enthusiasmReally enthusiasmReally enthusiasmReally
Really I said It is wonderful I use useit useIt use1t
it constantly constantlyDo
Do you ou use a face powder I in inquired Inquired inquired ¬
quiredNo quired quiredNo
No she answered I dont dontWell dontYell dontWell
Well I will see that you receive a asample asample asample
sample of our wonderful Egyptian Face FacePowder FII FIIPowder FacePowder
Powder I stated I want you to try it itIt itIt itIt
It Is a rice powder no more harmful than thantalcum thantalcum thantalcum
talcum and it stays on I have no samples sampleswth sampleswith sampleswith
with me but If you give me your name
111 send some of our powder and our oursoap ourEoap oursoap
soap soapMrs
Mrs M t Crompton rAIl South Second SecondWest SecondWest Secondshe
West she dictated and I wrote it down downThanking downThanking downThanking
Thanking her I departed departedNext departedNext departedNext
Next door was another charming lady
I am distributing free samples samples of the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest face toilet In the world I told toldhpr toldhpr toldliar
hpr Wont you accept one oneCertainly oneCertalnlf oneCertainly I
Certainly she replied and I handed handedher handedhEr
her a sample sampleThis sampleThis samleThis
This cream has a worldwide reputa reputation reputation reputation ¬
tion I began It Is extensively used in inall inall inall
all parts of the globe Every woman womanxv womanwho womanwho
xv who ho has ever tried It always uses it and ando andou
o ou < > u will too It Is called Sempre Gto Gbvine Gtojne GIoine
vine vineI jne jneI
I dont take the time to bother much muchabout muchnoout muchabout
about creams though I have them In the thecrmlie the1nuse
1nuse 1 nuse said the lady Ill try it itthough Itthough itthough
though sho promised promisedEvery promisedEvery promisedEvery
Every woman should spend Just a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes each day in caring for her com cornplexion complexion comIexlon ¬
plexion and her face I said This will willaccomplish willn willaccomplish
accomplish n < ompUsh wonders if used dally It Itclears ItrlEar Itclears
clears the akin and its action actl n is healing healingand
and nourishing 1I uri htng Use it before retiring retiringand
and before and after being out of doors doorsI
I concluded concludedI <
I will try it she said saidDolly saidDolly saidDolly
Dolly Expresses Regret RegretI
I am sorry not to have samples of our ourEgyptian ourIgyptlan ourI
Egyptian I Face Powder with me I said saidrtgretfully saidrcgretfuliy Id Idrgrelfully
rtgretfully but if you ou give me your yourname yourllame yourname
name Ill have one sent to you youMr youM yours
Mr M rs L 1 Herrick ESS liS South Second SecondWest Secondfst SecondSVest
West fst she said kindly and thahk you youOne youOne youOne
One perfectly charming lady upon whom whomI
I called lived on South Thirteenth EastSlTEt Eaststrt East EastElr
Elr SlTEt SlTEty < t tI t tis
is I > vou UB use a face cream I asked Lacked her hertv herwilt
tv wilt V lit i she came to the door Why Yh yes yeasve yesshe yess
she s he said I da daJuat d dTust doJust
Just then a cute little baby came and andstood andstood andstood
stood at the door with her Stand still stillo stillliarllng
o irling I site admonished when the little littlet littlething littletuing I
t thing > > ing pushed against the screen door doorThis doorThill doorThis
This Im Sempre Glovine I announced announcedlanding announcedlanding
7 landing her a sample package which con conned cont contined I
= t tined ned a slip in my own handwriting reading read readlug readIng i
Ing Compliments Com Uments of Dolly Dimples of ofT ofTile ofTile I
T Tile e HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanYou
You use us this on the face before retlr retlrra i
Ir ra and after bflng out In th the < air I be ¬
gan It is a skin nourisher It feeds the themembranes themembranes themembranes
membranes and preserves the plump girl girlish girlIsh girlish ¬
ish contour of the face if faithfully ap applied applied applied ¬
plied indefinitely
It is a cream c am is it she asked askedNot askedNot askedNot
Not exactly I replied It is a purely purelyvegetable purelvegetable purelyvegetable
vegetable preparation n put up in a cake cakelike caklike cakelike
like soap You rub it on the face and andIt
It dissolves dl olves and is absorbed by the tis tissues tissues Ussues ¬
sues It contains no oil of glycerine and andwill andwill andwill
will not cause unsightly hairs to grow oil oiithe odthe oilthe
the skin skinWhy BkinWhy skinWhy
Why yes Ill try it she assured me meI
I am sorry I have no Egyptian Face FacePowder FacePowder FacePowder
Powder samples with me I said but butif butIt butif
if youll oul1 give m me your our name Ill send you youone youone youone
one oneWhy Why Wh certainly she replied Mrs F FJ FJ FJ
J Pack 901 South Thirteenth East Baststreet Eaststree EastStreet
street streetThank StreetThank t tT
Thank T k you very mush mu h I said turn turning turning turning ¬
ing away awayThank awayThank awayThank
Thank you was the response responseVisits responseVisits responseVisits
Visits the Z C M I IMy IlIy IMy
My first department store call was at atZtens atZlens atZions
Ztens Cooperative Mercantile Institution Institutionwhere Institutionwhere Institutionwhere
where I spent some time I was accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied by a young lady from the hotel hotelwhere hotelwhere hotelwhere
where I am stopping We stopped at the thenotion theH thenotion
notion H tlon counter and purchased a package packageof
of hairpins from a very courteous young younggentleman younggentleman younggentleman
gentleman As he was writing the check checkI
I remarkedMay remarked remarkedMay remarkedIay
May we take the package without it itbeing Ilbeing itbeing
being wrapped I have even change changeCertainly changeCertainly changeCertainly
Certainly he said politely delivering deliver delivering dellering ¬
ing it itOh it itOh ItOh
Oh lets wait for the bill 1 remarked remarkedAnyone remarkedAnyone remarkedAnyone
Anyone seeing that in my purse pur e not notwrapped notwrapped notwrapped
wrapped might believe me to be a shop shopHfter shoplIfter shoplifter
lIfter HfterWe lifterWe
lIftere
We e all laughed The gentleman will willdoubtless willdoubtre willdoubtless
doubtless recall the incident incidentIn
In the millinery I saw such pretty hats hatsthat hatsthat hatsthat
that I lingered for quite a while whileA
A very sweet girl a brunette attired in ina Ina ina
a black closefitting dress waited on me meShe meShe meShe
She was a charming girl who did not notmind notmind notmind
mind showing the hats I first fir t asked to tosee toBee tosee
see purple beavers and then asked for ashadin a ashade asbade
shadin shade in dark gray grayShe graShe grayShe
She showed me a pretty black beaver beaverand beaverand beaverand
and I expressed ex fts ed myself as being very verymuch verymuch erymuch
much pleased with It It was a beauty beautyWe beaut beaute
We e had quite a chat about beaver hats hatstheir hatst hatstheir
their t elr popularity and how almost impos impossible Impossible impossible ¬
sible it is to get them themI
I told her that I had my own black blackfeathers blackfeathers blackfeathers
feathers which I promised JH ml ed to bring in in inthe Inthe inthe
the afternoon afternoonShall afternoonSball afternoonShall
Shall I lay it aside for you ou she sheasked sheuked sheasked
asked askedYea ukedYes askedYea
Yea I Mid Id please do Ill bring in inmy Inmy inmy
my trimming this afternoon If you will willgive wllIl willgive
give l ve me your name Ill ask for you youMiss youI
I Mid MidMilts saidMiss
Miss Fields Flel s is my name replied the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young lady ladyAt ladyAt ladyAt
At Auerbachs further down on the op opposite oppoElte opposite ¬
posite side of the street we stopped to tolook tolook tolook
look at th the j store storeAsked storeAsked toreAsked
Asked Asked for Handkerchiefs HandkerchiefsWe
We inquired of a young lady at the thegiove theglove theglove
glove counter where we would find the thehandkerchiefs thehandkerchiefs thehandkerchiefs
handkerchiefs handkerchiefsIn
In the front of the store she re replied replied replied ¬
plied pliedAt pliedAt pliedAt
At the handkerchief counter a pleasant pleasantyoung pleasantoung pleasantyoung
young lady In black waited on us 1 ibought 1bougbt 1taught
bought a plain linen handkerchief handkerchiefAt
At the KeithOBrien companys store storeI
I looked at klmon kimonos In silk There was wasa waslovely
a lovely assortment at very reasonable reasonableprices reaaomibleprices reaeonableprices
prices and 1 was charmingly waited on onby onby
by a very nice young lady ladyI
I will bring my husband in to look lookat lookat
at them this afternoon I promised He Henever Heneer Henever
never cares car < s for my own selections Ia 1alike Ialike I
like him to ser e > > them themAl themAil themAll
Al right hi did = pleasantly ple
Ill ask for you I promised What Whatis
is the name nameMiss nameMiss nameMiss
Miss Fielding and my number Is 466 466she 466she 466she
she replied repliedIn
In the art goods department I purchased purchaseda
a small pincushion but the young lady ladyforgot ladyforgot ladyforgot
forgot to enclose the check checkAt checkAt checkAt
At Walkers I looked at a line of beautiful beau beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful jersey dresses A very nice young younglatly younglady ounglatiy
lady waited on me and sho showecLme wed me a num number number number ¬
ber of styles at different prices She was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very courteous court > us and obliging indeed indeedI
I wont decide now I said for I Im Im Im
m in a hurry Ill bring my husband husbandwith husbandWlUl husbandwith
with me and oome in this afternoon If Ifyoull Ityoull Ifyoull
youll give me your name I will ask for foryou forJetU foryou
you I IAsk
youAsk Ask for No 12 I said the young lady ladysmiling ladysmlUng ladysmiling
smiling I smlhd too and wondered wonderedwhy wonderedwhy wonderedwhy
why she withheld her name pameIt r > ameIt
It was late In the afternoon when I Istopped Istopped Istopped
stopped at Cohns It must have been beenat beenat beenat
at about 415 I bought a spool of thread threadat
at the notion counter from a nice girl girla
a brunette brunetteWhat brunetteVh brunetteVhat
What Vh t number she asked askedNo askedNo askedNo
No 40 I replied I gave her even evenchange evenchange evenchange
change changeFrom changeFrom changeFrom
From Cohns I went to the Paris Millinery Mil Millinery Millinery ¬
linery company There I bought a pack package pacltage package ¬
age of pins from Croma a small girl in the no notions notions notions ¬
tions department A lady evidently suspicious sus suspicious suspicious ¬
picious as to my identity l followed me meInto meInto meinto
Into the Paris but she did not approach approachror
ror address me She was tall and dressed dressedin
in black with a brown moire silk hat hatAt hatAt hatAt
At Mulletts Store StoreSalt StoreSalt StoreSalt
Salt Lake folks looked for me in earnest earnestyesterday earnestesterday earnestyesterday
yesterday afternoon at the Mullett Cloth ClothIng ClothIng Clothing
Ing companys big store and I was com compelled compelled compelled ¬
pelled to o use ajl my ingenuity to evade evadecapture evadecapture evadecapture
capture I am not sorry that you have haveall haveall haveall
all become aroused and enthusiastic I Iam Iam Iam
am jubilant I enjoy my work and the thekeener thekeener thekeener
keener the contest becomes and the more moreI
I have to exercise my skill the better I Ilike Ilike Ilike
like it itI itI itI
I never encountered a more orderly orderlycrowd orderlycrowd orderlycrowd
crowd than that which assembled at Mul Mulletts Mulletts Mulletts ¬
letts One does not expert to encounter encountercourtesy encountercourtesy encountercourtesy
courtesy In a crowd yet courtesy and andconsideration andconslt1eratlon andconsideration
consideration have been the rule with all allof allof allof
of the crowds since I have been in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake I do not understand how one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening papers can allude to ruffians ruffiansI
I have encountered encounte d none I have never nevermet nevermet nevermet
met more courteous gentlemanly meh menTheir mehTheir mehTheir
Their courtesy is all the more appreci appreciable appreciable appreciable ¬
able because it springs from their big bigkind bigkind bigkind
kind manly hearts and nd Is not the result resultof
of mere exterior polish Ladles were weretreated werctreated weretreated
treated with a courtesy cvurt sy which was akin akinto
to reverence rc erence and I was touched at seeing seeingsuch seeingsuch seeingsuch
such kindness kindnessI
I did not succeed in effecting an en
Dolly J I Dimples I I entering her American Traveler Tra veler
t
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trance until about 305 oclock Two very verypersistent verypersistent verypersistent
persistent gentlemen stationed statlo d themselves themselvesat
at the door and endeavored to repeat the thesalutation thealutatlon thesalutation
salutation < to every woman who entered enteredI
I watched for an opportunity and entered enteredwith enteredwith I
with a big jam These two hardwork hardworking ¬
ing gentlemen tried to salute all the ladles la ladles 10dl ¬
dles dl S who crowded In when I did but It Itwas itwas I Iwas
was impossible to speak to them all and andI
I uttered a sigh of relief when I found foundmyself foundmy foundmyself
myself my 1f safelv inside I was dressed in ina Ina ina
a slatecolored dress dressBought dressBought dressBought
Bought Overcoat for Boy BoyI
I walked right through to the boysclothing boys boysclothing boyscloUting
clothing department where were I looked at atovercoats atovercoats atovercoats
overcoats There were some darlings and
1 bought one oneI
I was afraid to leave by the main en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance for fear the two gentlemen at the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door would apprehend me so when hen the theexcitement thcexcitement theexcitement
excitement ip n l the front of the store was wasat wasat wasat
at its height the charming Mr Miner as assist asslstdtne assist ¬
sist slstdtne + d me out op t the rear r r entrance entranceOne entranceOne entranceOne
One does riOt wonder at the popularity popularityof
of the kind Mr Slade and the genial Mr MrMin MrMier MrlIln
Min Mier ° < > r and at their great success Their Theiraffability Theiraffability Theiraffability
affability dud Dd the courtesy and kindness kindnesswith kindnesswith kindnesswith
with which they treat their customers customersdeserves customersdeserves customersdeserves
deserves appreciation Everybody Is Istreated Istreated istreated
treated with uniform consideration and andgets andgets andgets
gets a friendly nod and a square deal dealIn dealIn dealIn
In Mulletts I particularly noticed two twoLall twotall twotall
tall gentlemen gentI men who repeated the saluta salutaLlon salutation salutation
tion to almost every woman in the store storebut storebut storebut
but never once repeated It right One Onewore Onewore Onewore
wore a brown hat I overheard the latter latterrepeat latterrepeat latterrepeat
repeat the salutation to a very attractive attractivelittle attractivelittle attractivelittle
little blonde lady who entered He was wasvery wasVEry wasvery
very courteous removed his hat and said saidPardon saidPardon saidPardon
Pardon me Miss you are the mysteri mysterious ¬
ous Miss Dolly Doll Dimples of the Herald HeraldRpptiblican HeraldRp HeraldReptfblican
Rpptiblican Rp bllcan The he blonde lady said No Notm NoIm NoIm
Im not notPassing notPaRSing natPassing
Passing the Colonial yesterday I was wasdelighted wasdelighted wasdelighted
delighted to see that the big posters in
front of the theatre announced the pre presentation presentation presentation ¬
sentation of A Knight for a Day I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have heard so much of this great musical musicalcomedy musicalcomedy musicalcomedy
comedy that I am wild to see seet it I adore
Mabel Hits and should love to see her herlayTilly herplay herplay
play layTilly TllI Tilly I have heard that Miss De
Mar is a very able successor to this In Inmitable InImitable Inimitable
Imitable comedienne and Saturday night nightI
I am going to go to the Colonial and see seethe seethe seethe
the jolly musical show I will occupy a aseat aseat aseat
seat somewhere in the theatre so watch watchout watchout Watchout
out for me
Dolly Enjoys Life LifeReally LifeReally LifeReally
Really life looks rosy and nd desirable to tothe tothe tothe
the owner of an American Traveler TravelerWhat TravelerWhat TravelerWhat
What a lovely ride I took In It yesterday yesterdayand esterdayand
and what beautiful scenery I discovered discoveredabout discoveredabout discoveredabout
about Salt Lake LakeI
I motored out to Emigration canyon and anddrove anddrove
drove several miles into its picturesque picturesquedepths picturesquedepths picturesquedepths
depths The road at some places was wasdreadful wasdreadful wasdreadful
dreadful and I would not think of at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting to enter the canyon with an another any anyother anyother >
other machine but a trusty American AmericanWhen AmericanWhan AmericanWhen
When riding In an American car one onefeels onefeels onefeels
feels safe and secure in the comforting
knowledge that there Is absolute Immu Immunity Immunity immunity ¬
nity from danger of overturning or to tojroken tobroken tobroken
broken springs This machine has what whatIs
Is called an underslung frame the springs
are set beneathh the frame which brings bringsthe bringsthe
the center of gravity so low that the cai caicannot colcannot caiicannot
cannot overturn overturnTo
To those who are making an effort t tfind to tofind tufind
find the mysterious Dolly Dimples it is isto isto isto
to be distinctly understood u that under no nocircumstances nocircumstances nocircumstances
circumstances wilr Dolly Dimples appear appearat
at any place other than outlined in her herofficial herofficial
official stories appearing exclusively exclu ively inThe in inThe InTIle
The HeraldRepublican All signs sl ns placed placedin placedshop
in shop windows and in front of amuse amusement amusement amusement ¬
ment resorts are unauthorized and the thereading thereading thereading
reading public should pay no attention to tothem tothem tothem
them When Miss Dolly Dimples gets getsready getsready getsready
ready to visit any particular place she shewill shewill shewill
will tell you all about it herself In or order order order ¬
der to deal fairly with all merchants who whodesire whodesire whodesire
desire a visit to be paid them by Miss MissDolly 1IIssDolly MissDolly
Dolly Dimples all arrangements for such suchcan suchcan suchcan
can be made at The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanoffice
office officeIf
If the lady to whom I spoke about 1 1oclock 1oclock 1oclock
oclock yesterday afternoon at the cor corner corner corner ¬
ner of First South and Main streets will willlook wllIlook willlook
look over the want columns she will find findher findher findher
her description and will receive 5 by call calling calling callIng ¬
ing at The HeraldRepublican office and andrepeating andrepeating andrepeating
repeating the conversation
500 REWARD REWARDFor
For the capture of Dolly Dim Dimpies DlmpIes Dimpies
pies The HeraldRepublican will wfllpay willpay willpay
pay the following rewards
1500 500 In GOLD if the captor captorshows captorshows captorshows
shows Miss Dolly Dimples a re receipt recelpt receipt ¬
ceipt for subscription to The Her HeraidRepublican HeraidRepublican < e eaidRepublican
aidRepublican paid up to Oct 15
1910 and a copy of The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepublican >
Republican of the days issue and anduse anduse anduse
use the following words of identifi identlflcation identification Identlfication ¬
cation PARDON ME YOU ARE ARETHE ARETHE ARETHE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOL DOLLY DOLLY DOLLY ¬
LY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY DAILYAND DAILYArD DAILYAND
AND ArD SUNDAY HERALDRE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN
PUBLICAN PUBLICANJ300
J300 300 In GOLD if the captor captorshows captorshows captorshows
shows Miss Dolly Dimples a paid paidup paldup paidup
up subscription receipt to The TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican to Nov 25 1909 1909and 1909and 1909and
and a copy of The HeraldRepub HeraldRepubllcan
llcan of the days issue and use usethe usethe usethe
the following words of identifica identification
tion PARDON ME YOU ARE ARETHE ARETHE ARETHE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOL DOLLY DOLL DOLLY ¬
LY L Y DIMPLES OF THE DAILY DAILYAND DAILYAND DAILYAND
AND SUNDAY HERALDRE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN
PUBLICAN k
200 in GOLD td any any captor captorwho captorWho captorwho
who shows Miss Dolly Dimples a acopy acopy acopy
copy of The HeraldRepublican of ofthe otthe ofthe
the days issue and uses the fol following following following
lowing words of Identification IdentificationPARDON IdentificationPARDON identificationPARDON
PARDON ME YOU ARE THE THEMYSTERIOUS THEMYSTERIOUS THEMYSTERIOUS
MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DOLLYDIMPLES DOLLYDIMPLES DOLLYDIMPLES
DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY
+ SUNDAY HERALD REPUBLI REPUBLICAN = 9
9 CAN CANThe CANThe 9 9The
The reward Is effective at all allhours allhours 9 9hours
hours of the day and night after
11 a m From the time the paper paperis
is Issued 5 a m until 11 a m mMiss m1IIss m9 m9Miss
Miss Dimples has her freedom freedombut <
but at all other hours the contest contestis
is openIf open openIf
If you have addressed Miss DollyDimples Dolly DollyDimples DollYDimples
Dimples using the exact words wordsabove wordsaboye 9 9above
above given and hold to her view viewa 9 9a
a paidup receipt and copy of The TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican 9 9HeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican of the days Is Issue Issue 9
9 sue she will at once admit her herIdentity herIdentity heridentity
Identity take you to The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican Herald9 Herald9Republican
Republican office and one of theabove the theabove theabove
above three rewards will be paid paidWhen paidVhen paidWhen
When you arrive at The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican
Republican office you OU will be re required requlred 9 9quired
quired to make an affidavit that thatyou thatyou
9 you have been a resident of Utah Utahfor Utahfor 9 9for <
for the past ninety days The re reward reward 9 9ward <
ward will not be paid to any out outsider outsider out9 out9sider
sider but only to a bona fide real realdent resldent
9 dent of the state of Utah Thisrule This Thisrule Thisrule
rule effectually prohibits any col collusion colluslon col9 col9lusion
lusion and makes this contest of ofskill ofskill 9 9skill
skill absolutely fair and above aboveboard aboveboard
9 board boardBoys boardBoys boardBoys
Boys under 18 years of age are arealso arealso 9 9also
also prohibited from securing the thereward thereward thereward
reward and will not be recognized recognizedin
in the contest The same rule ap9 ap9plies ap applies appIles
plies to any person directly or in indirectly Indlrectl fndirectly
directly dlrectl connected with The Her9 Her9aidRepublican Her HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanor ¬
aldRepublican or any member of ofhis ofhis
9 his or her family familyHere familyHere 9 9Here
Here is a chance for some person personto 9 9to
to display cleverness and at the thesame thesame 9 9same
same time secure a free gift of one oneof oneof 4 4of
of the three rewards rewardsMiss rewardsMiss rewardsMiss
Miss Dimples will positively not notrecognize notrecognize notrecognize
recognize anyone detaining her for forany forany forany
any length len th of time In order to pro procure procure procure
cure a HeraldRepublican or any anyone anyone anyone
one in any way whatever who whostops Whostops 9
9 stops her longer than a reasonable reasonableperiod reasonableperiod reasonableperiod <
period in order to repeat the salu9 salu9tation salu salutation salutaUon
tation correctly corr ctly It must be dis distinctly dlstlnctly die9 die9tinctly
tinctly understood that Miss Dolly DollyDimples a aDlmpl 9
9 Dimples S Will immediately admit admither admither admither
her identity if correctly saluted salutedThere salutedI salutedThere
I 0 There will be no need of holding holdingher 9 9her
her at any time either betweeen betweeenthe 9 9the
i the hours that the contest is en enforced enforcoo en9
9 forced forcedor or < when It is not notO 9 9g
O O O OO 9 9 009 v
Some day you will write a awant awant awant
want ad which will directly or orindirectly orIndirectly orindirectly
indirectly help you to personal personalprosperity personnlprosperity personalprosperity
prosperity Today might be a agood agood agood
good day to write it
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Mix Ix half pint of good whiskey with tern tsoouncs tw twouncs ternouncs
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ounce of Concentrated pine componnrte comi componi componiflie > ou ouThe
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tablespoonful every four hours hoursThe hoursrhe hoursThe
The Concentrated pine is a special llpec al p pne pnePTduct ne neproduct neprduet
product and comes only In halfounce halfouncebottles haifouDcebottles halfouncebottles
bottles each enclosed in an airtight case cashut CIUWnl1t casehLt >
0 hut hLt hI h > sere i r 1 It t i la Ish 1 lahled lpd TImi onntt vn p t i iA l lWAY
A PLEASANT WAY WAYTO WAYTO
ATO
TO CURE CATARRH CATARRHPoor
Poor Poor deluded victims victimsContinually victimsContinually t tContinually
Continually sprinkling and spraying sprayingand sprayinganij
and an stomach dosing dosingWhat dosingWhat
What are you doing it for forTrying torTy1ng forfrying
Trying to kill the th catarrh germs garnwMight genniJlght germssight
Might Just as well try to kin a eat eatwith eatwish
with wl h fresh milk milkSticking milkStlcklng milkSticking °
Sticking a piece of chewing gum m inthe mthe
the upper left hand corner of the rig1 rlgt rlgtear 1 1ear
ear would slaughter Just as asgerms mat nvny nvnygerms
germs germsfou germstou germsYou
You cant kill the germs germ that < aL a 111 > ie iecatarrh 16catarrh x xcatarrh +
catarrh unless un lee you OU get whre they are areYou
You can get where the germs are by bybreathing bybr bybr
breathing br athlng Hyomei the powerful yet yetsoothing yetsoothing let letsOQthlng
soothing antiseptic which Is preparedespecially prepared
especially to kill catarrh germs gernwust germsJust
Just ust breathe It In thats all It gives givesJojful 1IeIIjoitul givesjoyful
joyful relief in five minutes It 1 la guar Y Yanteed >
anteed by F C Schramm to cure ea eatarrh eatarrh catarrh
tarrh or money back backIt backit
It it Is sold by leading druggists every everywhere everywhere ¬
where A complete outfit including In tohaler Inhaler Inhaler
haler costs 100 Extra bottles bottlesCures We WeCures e eCures
Cures sore throat coughs and colds coldsI v
AI ° I take especial pride in recommending recommend ¬
ink Hyomei to asthmatic sufferers as I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know by experience that it is a remedy remedythat remedythat remedythat =
that cures I have not since using Hyo 3yomet Hyomei IyOm ¬
met m I had any recurrence of asthma asthmaMja asthmaltTs asthmaMjs
Mja Wm Burton Owosso Mich June
22 1909
MIONA MIONACUres to ate ateCures
Cures indigestion indigestionIt Indi estiont estion
It t relieves stomach misery sour stom stomach stoma stomaach ¬
ach a belching and andenres cores all aUstomachdis aUstomachdisea1l8 stomach dis diseasa
easa ears or money monoyb3ck back Large box of tablet tabeta tab tablets ¬
lets CO cents oen a Druggists in all towns torrosA townsRetmedyable
A Retmedyable Reliable ReliableRemedy CATARRH
Remedy RemedyElys Re 11 11Elfs
Elys EI ° 1 s Cream Balm Balmit CQ M YS 6ALM 6ALMb
it quickly absorbed absorbedGives absorbedGives FO 0019 0019Giros
RKf tN I IIt
Gives Relief at Once OnceIt OnceIt 1qq
It cleanses soothes soothesheals sootheshe r rheals Y ER
heals he 1s and protects protectsthe 4 4Catarrh
the th diseased diseasemem mem membrane membr
brane br ne resulting eBUltiDgfrom eBUltiDgfromCaJarrh from fromCatarrh
Catarrh and drives drivesaway ° V Vaway > Rob Robawes >
away a Cold in tho thoHead E Yax YaxHead
Head quickly Ee Eect
ct < tores < es the Senses of ofLate ofPiste HAY rEVER If IfTaste Y
Late and Smell Full Fullaize size 50 cts atDrng atDrngi atDru atDrua5ts
a5ts i Jts > or by mail In liquid form 75 cents centsi cents
1 i 1 Brothers > rs56 56 Warren Warren Street New ew York
VICTIMS OF DISASTROUS WRECK
Scene of the wreck of the New York
Central train at Rhlnecllff in which ten tenwere tenwere tenwere
were Injured and one killed as a result resultof sull sullot
of a broken rail which flung the At ¬
lantic Express from the track Attached Attachedto
to the express was the special car carrying car carrying carrying ¬
rying William K Vanderbilt controlling controllingstockholder controllingstockhold controllingstockholder
stockholder William C Brown president presidentof pr sldent sldentpt
of the rpad and William H Newman Newmanretiring Newmanretiring Newmanretiring
retiring president and a director Of the thethree thethree thethree
three officials Mr Brown was injured by
being thrown against furniture all sus sustained sustained suetallied ¬
tained bruises and emerged scantily clad cladThey cladlhe cladThey
They lhe may be called upon In the damage damagesuits damagesuits damagesuits
suits to testify to their personal experi experience experience experience ¬
ence Hyman Levy whose portrait is isat Isa isaa
at a the top of the picture declared thetrain the thetrain thetrain
train was exceeding exceed ng sixty miles an hour hourMrs hourMrs hourMrs
Mrs Teasdale whose husband is con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the Standard Oil company companyescaped companyescaped companyescaped
escaped with her baby with slight in injuries Injuries injuries ¬
juries Her husband H S Teasdale of ofRochester otRochester ofRochester
Rochester was informed and thought she shehad shehad shehad
had been killed Mrs Teasdales port portrait portrait portrait ¬
rait is shown at the top and those of her herfive herfive herfive
five children at the bottom
WOMAN TRIES TO USE GUN GUNContinued GUNContinued GUNContinued
Continued from Page 1 1charging 1ch 1charging
charging ch rgini them with being spies In the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of her husband husbandFrank husbandFrank husbandFrank
Frank Mayo was a boarder at the theReagan theReagan theReagan
Reagan hotel until the first of the pres present present present ¬
ent week He left Garfield Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day and came to Salt Lake It is stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that Mrs Reagan suspected him and andfollowed andtollowed andfollowed
followed him to this city encountering encounteringhim
him in the law office of A B Irvine inthe In Inthe Inthe
the Boston building where he had gone gonein
in company with Mr Reagan to make makea I Ia
a deposition to be used In the hearing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the case today It is said the woman womanwaited womanwaited womanwaited
waited in the corridor of the building buildingand
and when Mayo emerged with her husband hus husband husband ¬
band she rushed upon him with a Colts
automatic revolver and placing it itagainst Itagainst itagainst
against his body attempted to fire the theweapon theweapon theweapon
weapon She was seized by her hus husband husband husband ¬
band who disarmed her after discover discovering discoverIng discoverIng ¬
ing that she did not understand how to tooperate toope tooperate
operate ope te the safety device on the gun It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is stated that only this fact prevented preventedthe
the gun from being emptied Into Mayqs Mayqsbody Mayqsbody I
body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The warrant for Mrs Reagans arrest arrestwas arrestwas I Iwas
was sworn out before Judge Bowman Bowmanyesterday Bowmanyesterday Bowmenyesterday
yesterday morning and Deputy Sheriff SheriffPalmer SheriffPahner SheriffPalmer
Palmer found her at the hotel in Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field late yesterday afternoon and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought her to the county Jail MrsReagan Mrs MrsReagan MrsR
Reagan R agan declared after being released releasedon
on n bond yesterday that she would not notgive notgive notgive
give up her child and that she would wouldappear wouldapp wouldappear
appear app ar at the hearing before Judge JudgeMorse JudgeMorse JudgeMorse
Morse this afternoon Justice J A AWeibel AWeibel AWeibel
Weibel of Garfield said last night that thatMrs thatMrs thatMrs
Mrs Reagan was conducting a good ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel business and had many friends In InGarfield InGarfield inGarfield
Garfield who were standing by her in inher Inher inher
her present fight for the possession of ofthe otthe ofthe
the child
WilL 1LL JOIN JOINUNION UNION RANKS RANKSProfessional
Professional Pallbearers of Denver DenverTake DenverTake DenverTake
Take Alarm at Prospective ProspectiveCut
Cut in Rates KatesDenver RatesDenver RatesDenver
Denver Oct 28 34Alarmed Alarmed at the das dastardly dastardl dastardly ¬
tardly tardl action of the amateurs In cut cutting autling outting ¬
ting the regulation fee to 25 cents their theirhabitual theirhabitual theirhabitual
habitual funereal expression deepened by bythe bythe bythe
the attack on their pockets the profes professional professonal professional ¬
sional pallbearers of Denver who hang hangaround hangaround hangaround
around the undertakers establishments establishmentsand
and coroners office to aid in the last rites ritesto
to the friendless dead are about to join jointhe jointhe jointhe
the ranks of organized labor laborThe laborThe laborThe
The regulation prices Jor assisting the theunclaimed theunclaimed theunclaimed
unclaimed to the grave has been be n 50 cents centsbut centsbut centsbut
but a few days ago newcomers newcom rs in the theprofession theprofession theprofession
profession cut the th rate to 25 cents The Thefirst Thefirst
first funeral conducted under the new newrate newrate newrate
rate was interrupted by muttered cries of ofscab otscab ofscab
scab from fr < lm the professional pallbearers pallbearersand
and was followed by energetic personal personalencounters personalencounters personalencounters
encounters Stopped by b the police from fromactive fromacUve fromactive
active measures against the amateurs the theprofessionals theprofesslonald theprofessionals
professionals have decided d lded that a union unionoffers unionoffers unionoffers
offers the only adequate protection to totheir totheir totheir
their profession
SHE TURNED TURNEDON ON GAMBlER GAMBlERA
A E Talbot Noted Sporting Char Character Character Character ¬
acter of Reno Nev Fatally FatallyShot Fa FatallyShot lly llyShot
Shot by His Wife WifeReno WifeReno WifeReno
Reno Nev Oct 28 28A A E Talbot a agambler agambler agambler
gambler and sporting character of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city was shot twice through the right rightbreast rightbrenst rightbreast
breast with probably fatal results this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by his wife in an attorneys attorneysoffice nttorneysoffice attorneysoffice
office where the woman had gone for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of suing her b r husband for fordamages fordamages fordamages
damages for personal persq l Injuries and also alsoto alsoto alsoto
to start suit for separation sep ratlon Talbot was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken to a hospital hospltalimmedlately immediately after the theshooting theshooUni theshooting
shooting and is said at this time to be bedying bedying bedying
dying The woman was arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe arrestedThe
The shooting followed a quarrel between betweenthe
the parties last lll t night in which Mrs Tal Talbot Talbot Talbot ¬
bot was severely beaten by her husband husbandand husbandand
and left lying senseless on the bed Tal Talbot Talbot Talbot ¬
bot Is one of the best known gamblers In Inthe Inthe inthe
the state and is Immensely wealthy He Heand Heand Heand
and his wife have had frequent quarrels quarrelsand
and she has attempted to kill him on onother onother onother
other occasions
I ORDERED TO PHIliPPINES PHIliPPINESI
I Three Regiments of Infantry and andSeveral andSeveral andSeveral
Several Batteries of Artillery ArtilleryWill
Will Embark Shortly ShortlyWashington Shortlyashlngton ShortlyWashington
Washington Oct 28 28Awhole 28A A wholesale ale shift shifting shiftIng shifting ¬
ing of United States troops In the Philip Philippines PhlllpI Philippines ¬
I pines Alaska and several stations In the thecountry theI thecountry
I country proper wag announced at the thewar thewar thewar
war department today It was necessi necessitated necessitated necessitated ¬
tated largely by the annual transfer of oftroops ottroops oftroops
troops to and from the Philippines PhilippinesThe
The following organizations are ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to embark for the Philippines for forthe forthe forthe
the two years serviceThe service serviceThe sevlceThe
The Sixth infantry stationed at Fort FortWilliam FortWllIlam FortWilliam
William H Harrison and Fort Missoulaboth Missoula Missoulaboth Missoulaboth
both in Montana and Fort Lincoln North NorthDakota NorthDakota NorthDakota
Dakota on Jan 5 1910 1910The 1910The
I The Nineteenth Infantry now at Fort FortI
Bliss and Fort McIntosh Texas and Fort
I Mackenzie Wyoming Feb 5 5The IiThe 5The
The Ninth infantry at Fort Sam Houston Hous Houston HousI ¬
I ton Texas April 5 5Headquarters 6I 5Headquarters
I Headquarters First battalion and bat ¬
teries A and B First Field artillery at
Fort Sill Oklahoma March 5Battery 5 5Battery 6I
I Battery C Second Field artillery at
Fort D A Russell Wyoming June 6
Battery C First Field artillery at Fort FortThe
Sill Oct 5 5I 5The
I The Thirteenth company Coast artillery artillerycorps
corps Fort Monroe Virginia March I rch 5
MAN CONVERSES COr VERSES WITH WITHDOLLY WITHDOLLY WITHDOLLY
DOLLY AND GETS PRESENT PRESENTContinued PRESENTContinued PRESENTContinued
Continued from Page 1 1in 1In 1In
in calling at The HeraldRepublican a
few minutes after 1 1oclock oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon He told the manager that he
believed he was the man wanted and re ¬
lated the story of being approached by
the sopung young ung wo woman an who inquired about theparrot the theparrot theparrot
parrot The Th story Story and his description descriptionfitted
fitted exactly with the information sent sentto nt ntto
to the office by Dolly Dimples for itwas it itwas Itwas
was she who had made the absurd in inquiry Inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry and the Identity was complete completeMr
Mr Ir Horn received his J5 ij immediately and andexpressed andexpressed andexpressed
expressed his thanks warmly
Why I had no leda I was talking to
Dolly Dimples he said and had I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought for a minute she was the valuable valua valuable valuable ¬
ble woman I surely would have had that
200 00 at least east I had a HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanin
in my pocket at the time but I was not notsearching notsearching notsearching
searching for the th young woman The Thefact Thefact Thefact
fact is I was more Interested in that thatAmerican thatAmerican thatAmerican
American Traveler as It Is a new car to tome tome tome
me and while I knew the big crowd there therewas therewas therewas
was looking for Dolly I never thought thoughtfor
for a minute that she would accost a aperson aperson aperson
person In such a manner Why she was wasth wasth wasthe
th the last person In the crowd I would have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken for Dolly Dimples DimplesYou
You can just bet your life that It I Iget Iget Iget
get close enough to her again Ill get a alarger alarger alarger
larger slice of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanmoney
money than I was as given today but dont dontthink dontthink dontthink
think for a minute that that five spot is isnot Isnot isnot
not welcome welcomeTell welcomeTell welcomeTell
Tell Dolly for me that Ill spend this thisfive thisfive thisfive
five on a dinner for her if she will accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the Invitation
PROTECTION OF FORESTS FORESTSFldods C CFldods
Fldods Prevented Since Headwaters Headwatersof
of Manti Creek Were Oloied Oloiedto Ok ed edto
to Stook Stook1he Stookethe StookThe
the value of proper p r protection of ofanf forert forertana toreatanal
anal ana range as a means of flood tlo oI prevention preventionhas preY on onhao
has recently been well demonstrated on onthe onthe onthe
the Mantl national forest in central Utah UUbAmong UUibAmong UtahAmong
Among the creeks which have thrfr thrfrorigin thflrorigin tlvirorigin
origin in this forest are Manti Ephratm EphratmSix
Six Mile and Faron creeks Following Followingthe
the denudation of the watersheds of thf these tbllerpk8 thesereeks e ereeks
reeks by the grazing of livestock < k serious seriousand MrioIJIIIilnd seriousand
and destructive floods occurred each yen yearand yenan yeitrand
and an the amount of damage suffered sufferedoy sufferedoysettlers Oy bysettlers Oysettlers
settlers living along the stream and by bythe bythe bythe
the residents of the towns of JSpbralm JSpbralmMantl EpbraJmtIantf EpbrelmManti
Mantl and Sterling amounted am unted to thou theuaands tMusaoos thousands
sands of dollars annually it itAt
At A t the request of the citteens of thecity the thecity thecity
city of Manta the headwater of ManU Monttcreek Manticreek ManUcre
creek cre k were closed to all classes cl of stock stockabout stockabout tockaoout
about six years ago and since that time timea
a Steady reduction in the volume of the theflood thefloqd thefloqd
floqd waters of this creek has been appa apparent apparen apparent ¬
rent ren It remained for the present year yearto
to give a full demonstration demon tratlon of the value valueof
of the protection afforded On Aug 17
21 and 31 heavy rains occurred through throughout ¬
out the entire area of the forest and andparticularly a114particularly andparticularly
particularly around the headwaters of the thacreeks thecrooks thecreeks
creeks mentioned mentionedThe m ntloned ntlonedTi1e
The floods in Ephraim Six Mile and andFaron aDdFaton andFaion
Faron creeks were quite heavy while in inMantl inIantl InManti
Mantl creek which is situated between betweenthe
the th others with its headwaters in state stateproximity oIoIiIeprOximlty closeprimity
proximity but where the watershed was waaprotected wasprotected wasprotected
protected the increase in the volume of ofwater otwater ofwater
water was only normal and little if f any aa aadaIage
damage to property resulted
WHEN THE WIVES COME HOME HOMEBaltimore HOMEBaltimore HOMEBaltimore
Baltimore Sun SanIts SunUs SunIts
Its a different world from base to dome domeIts clemeUa domeIts
Its a sweeter land when the wives come comehome camehome comehome
home homeTh homeTh x xThe
Th The grind dont seem like it used to seem seem1 seemAnd settnAnd
And the old home smiles in the arms of ofdream Otdream of ofdream
dream dreamWhen dreamWhen dreamWhen
When the wives come home when the thewives thewives thewives
wives come home homeIPs homeIfs homeIfs
Ifs a different world from base to todome todome todome
dome domeTheyre domeTheyre domeTheyre
Theyre a lot of care and a heap of oftrouble oftrouble oftrouble
trouble troubleBut troubleBut troubleBut
But its empty world and a burated babble babbleWhen 1HI1eWhen babbleWhen
When they po away and they stay so solong 110long solong
longAnd long longAnd longAnd
And the heart grows sick for t the homelove home hoBlove homelove
love songIts songIts song f
Its a different worw world when were all allalone allalone allalone
alone aloneAnd aloneAnd aloneand
And the wives have flown the wives wiveshave wIveshave wiveshave
have flown flownIts tlownIts flownIts
Its a sunnier place to spend sJt Rd our lives ItvaeVtien Jho8Wlien livesWhen
When the old home shines with Ute sweet sweetold IIWMtold sweetold
old wives wivesAnd wivesAnd wivesAnd
And our hearts know beet be t through the thefroth thetroth thefroth
froth and foam foamWKat foamWHat foamWhat
WHat a joy it to l when the wives some oomehome 00ID8t somehome
homeHow homeHow home homeHow
t
How the sunlight breaks and we feelits feel feelits fMlIts i
its cheer cheerWhen cheerWhen cheerWhen
When we know that the lips we leve lavelean levelean leve108ll
lean near
APROPOS OF TAXES TAXESWashington TAXESWashington TAXESWashington
Washington Post PostApropos POIiItApropos PoetApropos
Apropos of New Yorks 1906 asaesnmeHt asaesnmeHtrolls a1 aseeeemontrolls IIIiIIR8Jlt IIIiIIR8Jltrolls
rolls Lawson Law on Purdy president pre ldt of the de department tiepartment department ¬
partment of taxes told a reporter a aabout story Mgtyabout storyabout
about Gladstone GladstoneGladstone Gladstoneladstone Gladstonetladstone
Gladstone had no greht scientific scientificknowledge scientificknowledge JCIenUtlcknowledge
knowledge he said and lid at a dinner dinnerwhen dinnerwhen dinnerwhen
when Faraday described an Important newsclentifie new newscientific w wscl
scientific scl Dtlflc discovery dlseove the premier pr nder showed afeffwedindifference showedindifference wed wedIndifference
indifference indifferenceAfter IndifferenceAfter indifferenceAfter
After all he said hiding a yawn yawnbehind yawnbelilnd yawnbehind
behind his hand what use will It ever everber flftrbe ewerbe
ber be
berWhy < Why hy said Faraday theres every everyprobability everyprobablllty everyprobability
probability sir that some day yottll y tt1t be beto beabl beable
abl able to tax t it
HAD CAUSE FOR COMPLAINT COMPLAINTAnswers COMPLAINTAnswers COMPLAINTAnswers
Answers AnswersA
A big ablebodied man of about mid middle middle middle ¬
dle age shuffled into the poor law guar guardians guardians guardians ¬
dians office and curtly bade the clerk cKrkgoqd clerkg0c5d clerkgoad
goad morning morningWot morningWot morningNot
Wot dyer mean he began by byknockm bykn bykntckm
knockm kn ckin orf poor Widder Snairgs SI18 < < g par parish parIsh ¬ r rish
ish pay Shes a onest one t ard workin workiawotnan workinwotnan workinwoman
wotnan whcaeiiose who whose eno nose e is In the wa washtub wabhtllbal1iday washtuball htab htaballday
allday all day an Its a wicked shame to rob roberof rober caberof
erof er ot er lorful rights rightsThe rightsThe rightsThe
The clerk took down a big ledger a arid aridsilontly id ndsllEmtly idsilently
silently consulted It ItMrs itiUrs itMrs
Mrs Snagg has married again he hesaia hesalil hesaid
said and the guardians have decid decided decWmthat decidedthat < d dthat
that she is no longer entitled to outdoor outdoorrelief outdoorrelet outdoorrelief
relief and in any event my man he headded beadded headded
added sharply I should like to know knowif
if the matter is any concern of yours yoursConcern yoursConcern or orConcern
Concern of mine the man repeated repeatedVfell repeatldWell repeatedWell
Well I should rather think so gutnor guv guvnor guvnOF ¬
nor nor If you stops the ole ladys pay Y11 Y11stop ustor u ustop
stop my dally ounce o shag an Luart Luarto > art arto
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