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OYSTERS
are a most delicious, economical food
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A modern oyster stum/. > . Cut ktttglgoe bushels frr hour
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OYSTERS are easily served. It takes but little trouble to prepare them.
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oysters are cultivated, matured, sterilized, packed and shipped.
Oysters are palatable, nutritious, and easily digested. They are easily masticated.
They are the pure, clean, healthful and natural product of the deep salt waters.
Perhaps no scientist has studied oysters more thoroughly than Dr. Julius Nelson,
Professor of Biology in Rutger's College, New Brunswick, N. J. He says: —
Oysters come nearer in composition to cow's milk than d>< most other meats
as all the four kinds of nutritients needed are present in good decree.
The sea salts they contain are useful in regulating and stimulating nutritional
processes.
They are the tenderest of meals and easily digested, and suitahle even for \
persons of sedentary hahits
In .iduliion to being easily safeguardedagainst accidental contamination, there
is no oyster parasite known that will live in the human system.
Oysters are clean feeders; they are practically confined to a selection of the
beautiful little plants known as diatoms.
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"OYSTERS AND HOW TO SERVE THEM"—
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THE SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION
IlnppineKH is often traceable to nn Advertisenie.it.
decided thai the sailor should be buried as
' Tin' Colonel of Koepenick,' 1 hud sent
s sealed envelope to the pastor by special
Dger. Tliis envelope contained a
lake Statement, dated a lew days before
the death of the sailor, in which I asked
thai those who knew me and who under
stood the philosophical meaning of my
adventures, should mail contributions ad
dressed to the owner of the (iernian five
Posl Office, London. The owner of the
hill I declared to be my best friend, and
assured the public that he would use the
money to clear my name from the stigma
"Naturally, the newspaper represents
tiveS were amazed when this document
was handed to them by Dr. Holinann.
They published it under scare heads, and
it was copied all over the world. I read
the accounts of my life and death with
great satisfaction; but after a. while they
had a singular effect on me. I was dead,
legally and socially; yet, there 1 was! I
began to feel as if I were a ghost. I told
myself that the despised adventurer, Wil
helm Voigt, was gone for ever; but that
some time his soul would reappear in a
new body. These illusions possessed me
to such an extent that T almost forgot
the circumstances of my 'death lied state
ment' and the publicity it had received.
"As I had only a few shillings in my
pocket, I started to earn my living at
cobbling once more. One morning, I woke
up in great excitement; and, without
realizing why I did so, I walked to the
Post Office and presented my five -mark
bill, Ser. X. 087354, at the General De
livery window. The clerk scrutinized me
with much interest, before he handed me
a huge bundle of envelopes containing
bills and money orders to the amount of
more than a thousand dollars. For several
moments, 1 stood dazed. Then, I turned,
walked back to my bare room in Man-
"Thus came to pass my resurrection.
I have used the money contributed by my
English sympathisers to come to America.
1 have bidden farewell to my past, and
am a much respected citizen in my new
environment. Just once more shall I
startle the world with a great exploit ;
but a century may pass, after my death,
before posterity will know that 'The
Colonel of Koepenick' and that second
adventurer were one and the same man.
THE ISSUE
{Continued from Page 6)
And now, the sound swelled in great
pulsating waves, beating against his ears
like the boom of surf on a sandy beach.
A man had climbed upon the pedestal of
a monument beneath the arc light, and
was addressing the crowd in impassioned
tones. Wilson recognized the voice. It
was that of Tom Potter, one of his
staunchest admirers and most loyal
friends.
Each sentence brought forth a storm
of savage cheers.
A second later, he heard the crash of
the outer doors of the hospital, as they
went down before the irresistible torrent.
With one bound, he was across the
room, and seizing the iron cot, dragged
it and its screaming occupant to the
corner farthest from the door. Then, he
wheeled, revolver in hand.
The corridor echoed with the thud of
hurrying feet, and suddenly the doorway
was choked with men, men whose faces
were distorted with rage and hate and
i the lust of blood.
"Well?" demanded Wilson harshly.
"What do you want?"
"You know what we want, Dave; we
want him."
"Well, you can't have him!"
'' The hell we can tf" growled a deep
I voice. '' Don 't you make no trouble, Dave.
You're all right; but we want that cuss
and we 're going to have him! "
There was a yell of approval; but
Wilson shook his head.
"Hold on, boys!" His voice was cool
and even. "You 're goin' too fast."
There was no indecision, no wavering
of purpose now. He was no longer Dave
Wilson, candidate for sheriff, anxious to
win aud to hold the favor of the men be
fore him. He was Dave Wilson, sheriff's
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