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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1910)
By HAROLD MacGRATIi
Copyright. 1(09. by the Bobbs
I a vacaiio ".ii ui.s v.tt-8 j,t'j was elo-
Thal'lT'the band, blgbness." aid I D?s3- quent of menial collapse. Carmlibael
the gypsy without hesitation. our majesty, saw me graua tbjJeJ hS tlllu.
The duke flung the hand aside. As ukt?. " r' Kri't Ihut your father Is not A Fron,.h m,Wspaper coutalned a full
he did so something suapM lu ner- allv tu icel)t u,y apologies for so account of nerbeck's coup and his sub
bed;' brain, thousb at that Instant onseiy nrnjuuguiB unu. 8e,,UM1I flight, it also recounted the
he was not .onscloii of It. not bine that I can do will restore these citpim,tlt of tbe flowing day. the
wastea years, bui i oner you me
A LITTLE FtSGEll
THE king of Jugendlielt. Prince
Ludwig and the chancellor sat
" in the form of a triangle. Her
beck was making a pyramid of
bin finger tips, sometimes touching bis
chin with his thumbs. Ills face was
His royal highness, still In the guise
of a mouutalueer, sat stitlly lu bU
chair, the expression on bis face hard
ly translatable; that oo the king's not
.at all. Lie was dressed lu the brilliant
uniform of a colonel In the Prussia u
uhlans, an honor conferred upon him
recently by King William. Prior to
his advent into the grand duchy of
Ehrenstelu be had been to Berlin. A
whim for which be was now grateful
bad cozened him Into carrying this
uniform along with blm on bis adven
tures. It was only after be met
Gretchen that there came moments
when he forgot he was a king. Lie
was pale. From hour to hour his
ueart seemed to grow colder and small
r and harder, till it now rested in bis
breast with the heaviness of a stone.
out of which life and the care of living
had been squeezed. Lie rarely spoke,
leaving the burden of the conversation
to rest upon his uncle's tongue.
'So your royal highness will under
stand," said Ilerbeck. "that it was the
simplest move I could make and the
safest. Were it known or had it been
known this morning that the king of
Jugendheit and the prince regent bad
entered Dreiberg in disguise and bad
teen lodged in the Steinschloss there
would have been a. serious riot In the
city. So 1 bad you arrested as spies.
Presently a closed carriage will convey
yon to the frontier and the unfortu
nate Incident will be ended. And when
jou cross the frontier it would b? wise
to disperse the troops waiting there
Prluce Ludwig smiled. "It was only
an army of defense. The duke had
nearly 20,000 men at the maneuvers. I
nave no desire for war; but. on the
other hand. 1 am always ready for it."
"There will never be any war be
tween us," prophetically. "The duke
igrows impatient at times, but 1 canal
ways rouse bis sense of Justice. You
will, of course, pardon the move I
made. There will, Jbe no publicity:
There will be no newspaper notoriety,
for the Journalists will know nothing
of what has really happened."
"For that consideration your excel
lency has my deepest thanks," replied
"I thought it best to let you go with'
out seeing the duke. The meeting be
tween you two might be painful.".
"That also is thoughtful of your ex
tellency." said the king. "1 have no
desire to see or speak to his highness."
"There is. however, one favor 1
should like to ask," said the prince.
"Can I grant itr
"Easily. 1 wish to leave a sum of
money in trust to be paid to one
Gretchen Schwarz. who lives in the
Krumerweg. She is ambitious to be
come a singer. Let nothing stand be
tween her and her desires."
The heart of the king at the sound
of that dear name suddenly expanded
and stilled him. The stiffness went
out of his shoulders.
"Ah. this little world of ours; The
mistakes and futile schemes we make
upon Itl" The eliiini eiioi- dallied with
his quill pen. "Ii was a r.vnlenl move
of fate ilmi your uniiesty siiould see
the guos.- ilri first."
"Enough"' cried the king vehement
ly. "Let us have 'm more retrospec
tion. If you please. Moreover, I shall
be obliged to you It you will summon
at once the carriage which Is to take
us to the frouiler. The situation has
been ami: ably and satisfactorily ex
ulainrd. 1 see no reason why we
should be detained any longer."
"Nor I." added Prluce Ludwig. "I
am rather weary of these tat:?rs. 1
should even like a bath."
The three of them were Immediately
attracted by a singular noise In the
corridor. The door swung In violently
crashing against the wall and shiver
ing into atoms the Venetian mirror
The king, the prince and the chancellor
were instantly upon their feet. The
king clutched the back of bis cbalr
with a grip of Iron. Gretchen? Ller
highness? What was Gretchen doing
here? Ah. could be have flown!
The duke came In first, and be wait
ed till the others were Inside. Then
he shut the door with lesser violence
and rushed over to the chancellor.
"Ilerbeck. you villain!"
The chancellor stared at the gypsy
at Von Arnsberg. at Grumbach.
"Ilerbeck. you black scoundrel!"
rlud the duke. "Can you realize bow
difficult It is not lo iSTe you Gy tlie
throat and strangle you here and
"lie Is mad!" said Ilerbeck. bracing
himself against the desk.
"Yes. 1 am mad. but it is the sane
madness of a terribly wronged man.
Come here, you gypsy!" The duke
seized Ilcrbcck's hand and pressed It
down fiercely on the desk. "Look nt
that and tell me If it Is not the band
of a Judas!" .
"it was you-you! it was your hand
that wrecked my life yours! Ah. is
there sui b villainy Are suh men
born and do they live! My wife dead,
my own heart broken. Arnsberg ruin
ed and disgraced! And these two chil
dren, which Is mine Villain, what
have you to say What was your purpose?"
How many years, thought Ilerbeck.
had be leen preparing for this mo
ment? Dow long had he been steeling
his heart against this very scene? Fu
tile dream! He drew himself together
v.ltb a supreme effort. He would face
this bour as he had always planned to
face it. Found out! He looked at his
finger, touched It with an Impersonal
curiosity. He had forgotten all about
such a possibility. A little finger to
have slopped the wheel of so great a
"Your hlghuess," he said, his voice
soft and strangely clear. "I have been
waiting for this hour. So 1 am found
out! How little we know what God
"You speak of God? You blasphemer
"Bear with me for a space. I shall
not hold you long."
"But why? What have I done to
you that you should wreck all I hold
nerbeck fumbled with his collar. "I
have practically governed this country
for sixteen years. In that time I have
made It prosperous and happy. I have
given you a substantial treasury. I
have made you an army. I have
brought peace where you would have
brought war. To my people God will
witness that I have done my duty as
1 saw it. One day I fell the victim
"1 bid only a broken man. your high
"It la my will."
"As for you." said the duke to the
gypsy, "go. and If you ever step this
side of the frontier agalu you will be
shot out of baud." He stopped again
in front of Grumbach. "I promised to
have you shot in the morning. That
promise holds. But a train leaves for
Paris a little after midnight. My ad
vice is for you not to miss It."
"And my father, your highness?"
said lllldegarde bravely.
"nerbeck. your estates are confis
cated; your nanje Is struck from the
civic and military lists. Have you any
"A little, your highness."
"Enough to take you forever out of
this part of the worlJ?'i
"Yes, your highness."
"You do not ask to be forgiven, nnd
I like that You have, perhaps, three
of a mad dream. And to think that
1 almost won!"
"And I?" said nildegarde. her hands
clinched and pressed against her bos
om. "What have you done to me, who
am Innocent of . any wrong? What
have you done to me?"
"You. my child? I have wronged
you greatest of all. The wrong I have
done to you is Irreparable. Ah. have
not my arms hungered for the touch of
you, my heart ached for the longing
of you? To see you day after flay,
oppearauce of Gretchen on the steps
of the palace and the great shouting
of the people as they acclaimed ber the
queen of Jugemlheit
The second day out Carmlchael's
first opportunity came. He discovered
Ilerbeck and his daughter leaning
against the rail. He watched them
uneasily, wouderlng how he might ap
proach without startling ber. At last
be keyed up bis courage.
"Good morutng. your highness," he
stammered, and Inwardly cursed his
At the Round of his voice she turned,
and there was no mistaking the glad
ness lu her eyes.
"Yes. I was surprised to learn that
you were taklug the same boat as
How clumsy he was. 6be thought
For 6he had known his every move
since the train drew out of Dreiberg.
"Father, here is our friend. Herr
"Carmlchaol?" said Ilerbeck slowly.
"Ah. yes. Good morning."
And Carnilchael instantly compre- i nArin. i c F-i i , ,s
i. r..l- nnl.ln -" "
uemit'u umi ins uiwiit? it-uui-i uuiumg
I'jch of the chief or
gans ol the body it a
i link in the Chain of
Life. A chain it no
stronger than its
weakest link, the body
no stronier than its
weakest organ. If there is weakness oi stomach, liver or lungs, there it a
weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this io-callei
"weakness" it caused by luck oi nutrition, the result of weakness or diteaM
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseasea and
weaknesses of the stomach nnd its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr
I'ierce't (lolJen Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach ia
cured, diseases of other organs which stem remote from the stomach but whicb.
have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach anj
other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured aliio.
The atroni man baa a atronj atomach.
Take tha above recommended "Dscov
try" and yon may nave a strong stom
ach ajtd a atronj body,
Civbn Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised Edition, it sent frt on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stumps for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-hound vol
ume. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
to the other man's remembrance.
"You are returning to America?" she
'For good, perhaps. To tell the
truth. I ran away, deserted my post.
District Court of Cast County.
An important law suit was com
menced in th) district court on the
25th by attorneys Clark & Robertson
1 though technically 1 have already re- filing the petition wlerein Alice
signed. But America has been calling Wells, plaintiff, seeks to recover pos-
me for some days. You have never gession from T. J. Meyers, real estate
been to sea before?" broker, defendant, to real estate sit
... .. . .. ... i i . i
o, it is an mancious mm iraK t d , rlattsinoutU and l'errlck.
IV I Cniith tuL-nfi Otwl olu. n tint a nf
...... i sr I MUUtll A ' II V I U ItllM (1 I l llViy V L
lAU us wniii, my cuim, buiu ui'p
"oketchen!" mcbmcbeo TBS kino.
"You wUJ excuse me, Mr. Carnil
chael?" she said. Never more the rides
in the fair mornings; never more the
beautiful gardens, the music, the gal
loping of soldiers who drew their sa
bers whenever they passed her. Never
more any of these things.
"Can I be of any assistance?" be said
in an undertoue.
The days, more or less monotonous.
went past Sometimes be saw ber
alone on deck, but ouly for a little
$400 which the plaintiff alleges has
been fraudulently obtained through
deceitful misrepresentations ou the
part of the defendant.
The story as set out hi the petition,
and the wrongs to be righted grew
out of an exchange on the part of
plaintiff, through Meyers as her agent
of a farm in Douglas county for city
property. The story goes that de
fendant made the deal with one Anna
V. Johnson, receiving in exchange
for the farm and reHldence property
.i....' hnmhi. hefor von. alwavs hours to get your things In order. To- while. Her father was slowly Improv , piattsmouth belnn lot five. In
glad to kiss the back of your band! morrow you will be Judged and con- g. but with this improvement came L, n2 anJ ,ot on(J tWQ thre6i
Have 1 not lived in hell, your blgn- "u. "'";.. . th lu" u"lU,", " u, n four, five and six in block "J," Her
ness?" turning to tbe fluke. J. " ..r.: " ..m.i. ..... rick. Gregory county. South Dakota,
Yibat am 1. and who am l.' wms- ,. i Ln.i ti. nnto nt th hushnm of nn d
IIIIO lilt uioisi. nmui tin wi 1 to11- i ,.. v..v -
full of moonshine, of Johnson in the sum of $400. That
nil,1,rnr,ta her hefirt almost .VOU will be happy."
Ul Cl.U1 U I Usj UMU UlJLJfe, Ml ovi auwvF s -11 I t lllU V tl
ceasing to beat.
Uildegarde's arms, nnd tbe two of smooth, phosphorescent billows. Her-
.... am . r"l"er' . , ... them went. lllldegarde pushed Gretch- beck had gone below. The girl leaned
Tbe urana UUKe or nrensxeiu ue- , - :.. , ,, ,,,
hi r 1 11 - mil, niuiic nun w . j
.1 mi atrnv front I v
held the chancellor with that phase of . " " ' .
astonishment which leaves the mind
unclouded. What a project! What a
mind to conceive it to perfect it down
the defendant procured the deeds to
the above described property and the
note for $400 to be made to himself
and fraudulently concealed the fact
that he had received the note and the
Come, father; we have so little Cnrmlchnel. seeing her. could no longer
time." ' still the desire In his heart. He came
inrl rhU n-na tho dim nf the duke's I nn tn tier
ffiO I ou tofo In Smith rtnUntn flu fl imi't
M-fnnrrA I Gi.nl" aha A Y f 1 II I FYl Otl . niiinriniF I( I lit? I iti tDisAVU kjvms.. I
to so small a detail as a jeweler's mark ; rrm-unc iIinD. iJii.h. t,n.a nf fnnm sneedlnir alone of the consideration for plaintiff's
In the gold of tbe locuet. Ana a nine makp up h(s m)(1 d,fln,py np foum) thp bu ..Do you know what they re- farm in Douglas county. The plain
finger to betray it. asD be 8aw Qjs 0j frjprjj (foe cabman In the I'latz. I mind me of? Mermaids' fingers grasp- tlft has a further grievance, that
viviaiy an mis muu u uum.u, . ... , t, . rlutchlnir at the boat as if to .a P0,,0i nrnriv tn thn
" - - - I lU-CIO nOD STsji y "1'' J -
sulate. An bour here sutllcerj to close rng it down below. Hupilinir nn her farm which the de-
.. t .ii.s 1 . . . l - 1 4 W
LiM mn om:it ram'r ami hhui u mt now noaunrui sue wiia wuu iue
I..I1- Tl.n l..a.l (...mx.K nrnn A I m . M....H-I, ,.n ht hnlr'
I ....... I ali.ti.ti Ha oIua (innvflvoil u-lrh tha Ifinn
r.n nn Ilk-P Trnpr.n,Q b. -r..r..r .'Vne r st not tn k Ike tUnt." ne ,u" '
r - - 1 Ifk. .....l.ln.. .lioi lliat Mr Mavpra
1 IIO JJClltluu ic lira iwMfc hi,. .iv..v
day by day. unfaltering, uubesltant.
forgetting nothlug. remembering every
thing but the one inslgnlflcaut item
which was to overthrow him.
Trlnce Ludwig took off his bat. "Her
beck, you are a great politician."
"No. prince," replied Uerbeck wlib
neffable sadness. "Had I been a great
politician 1 should have succeeded. Ah.
give this to my merit; self never en
tered Into this dream. It was all done
for my child."
THE BASE BALL TOURNA
MENT MOVLS ALONG
From Wednesilav'a Dally.
The executive committee of tho
riattsmouth Base Ball tournament
are moving rapidly and performing!
their duties well as they go. At the
meeting last evening it was decided
to hold the tournament on the 14th,
15th and lGth of September, Friday
being selected as the closing day ow
ing to the Woodman Log rolling at
Weeping Water on the 17th. Manley
and Plattsmottth are billed to play
ball at this occasion, but this date
had been forgotten until the commit
tee conversed with the Manley team.
All dates will be filled and Manley
and the lied Box will play ball la
Weeping Water on the 17th and the.
Piattsmouth tournament will be held
on the 14th, 15th and 16th. The
committee have also succeeded in
securing four teams to fill the se
ries, Tabor, la., Manley, Union and
Piattsmouth. The prizes have beea
placed as follows: first money $150
second $100, third $80 and fourth
$70. The prizes offered are as high
as any offered at any tournament lo
southwest Iowa the present season,
and they boast of offering the best
prizes of the entire state so we think
that riattsmouth starts off pretty
well in leaping to the top round the
first year. This ball meet is plan
ned to be an annual affair, and the-
Piattsmouth people will exert every
effort to give the lovers of the na
tional game their money's worth ev
ery day of the meet. Make up your
mind now to boost whenever the op
portunity is given you, and we will
close the first tournament with a
grand success in every particular.
and forever. Next he .ent to the res
Idcnie of his banker lu the Konlg
strasse and got together all bis avail
Eleven o'clock found Carmlchael In
his rooms at the Grand hotel, feverish
ly packing bis tnink and bag. Paris!
ITe would cro also evpn If they passed
Hildegnrde did not move, nor had on . tnH r,.n,tP puds f the world.
she moved since the revelation. Tlip train ..., Wnlilnir in the uloomr
Ulldegarde." said the dure, "you R.lhnnof The tuards patrolled the
hall become my daughter, and you piutform. Presently three men en me
shall dwell here till the end of your 0t of tnp Htatn (j'.ior. Two were of
days. I will try to right the wrong Hrrr Tlip .i,rci colonel von Wnllen-
that has been done to you." teln. was In civilian dress. He was
"No. your highness." she replied. Lnipn in.i riVnressed.
"There is but one place for me. and SnId 0I1P t)f tnp 0m,.or!,: -And It Is
that Is at my father's side." And res- ,hp PXpris!, rommand of General Due-
olutply she walked to the chancellors w,tz tnat vou wm rPturn here under
left, and her hand stole down and met thp pnln 0)f dlatu j, rhnt explli-lt?"
his firmly. "My rather, i rorgive you. .. ,s Tup room. m,t into his com
she said, with quiet dignity. nnrtment and slammed the door vl-
"1 am very unnappy."
"And when you any that you mek
me so too."
"You forgive me?" The chancellor
could not believe his ears.
Then, recalling nil the child hunger
in his arms and heart, he swept ber
to bis breast convulsively, aud tbe un
loosed tears dropped upon her bright
"And who am I?" said Gretchen.
"Breuiiuer, you say this little goose
girl is my daughter?"
"I solemnly swear it. highness. Look
Into her face again carefully."
The duke did so, a band on either
cheek. He scrutinized every contour,
the color of the eyes, the low, broad
brow, the curve of the chin. Out of
tbe past be conjured up tbe mother's
face. Yes. beyond any doubt there
was a haunting likeness, and be bad
never noted It before.
"But who will prove It to the world?"
be cried hopelessly, still holding
Gretchen's wouderlng face between
"1 shall prove it." said tbe king.
MYou? And bow?"
"I shall marry Gretchen. 1 shall
make ber a queen. That will be proof
"A line stroke, nepln a bold
stroke!" Trince Ludwig i...u bis hand
upon the king's shoulder with rare
In the next compartment sat Grum
bach. He was smoking his faithful
p!e. He whs withal content. This
was far more satisfactory than stand
ing up before the firing line, and, be
sides, he bad inadu history in Ehreu
stcin that night. They would not for
get the name of Breunuor right away.
To America with a clean slate and a
reposeful conscience It was more
than be bad any reasonable right to
expect Tekla! He laughed sardoni
cally. She was no doubt sound asleep
by this time, and the end of the chap
ter would never be written for her.
What fools these young men n-court-
ing were! War and famine and pesti
lencedid these not always follow at
the heels of women?
did make a deed of the Piattsmouth
resldenre to plaintiff after the deal,
hut afterwards Induced plaintiff to
deed the property to him again, and
"Whv?" She had spoken tbe word this deed ne sun neiu.
at last.- The prayer la for a cancellation oi
Do you remember the night you the last ueed and for the court to
dropped your fan?" leaning so closely de(,iare tIaintirr's title to the note
. . . i -
toward her that bis arm pressea . ,h real efjtate good and Buf.
against bers. flnlnt And fnr liidirment for the
i rtuiiiuuLr. .mn ,al ..rmw.i-tv anlil wlth-
"You put that word then. In honor
I lured not -answer. You were a nrin- out auinouij'.
cess! I was only a soldier of fortune,
But now that you are in trouble, now Mi 'I heir Store.
that you have need of me, I may an-1 m. p. Meislnger who for the past
swer. I may tell few years has been ln( the general
you now wny. mer(.namiHe business at Benson, as
wny i ? I gnclated with Mr. Baker, formerly of
u:;;,.,,"7: ' n. .. .. today.
winds, why I !n conversation wlm Mr. Meislnger
am here at your he tells us that they have sold their
side tonight, store at Benson and Mr. Baker has
Need I tell you? moved to Moorvllle In the western
Do you not nart 0f tne Btate. Mr. Meislnger will
know, and have for the preHont n,nk0 Cass county his
Am TTtl "me. takl"B 11 " hl9 8lllell,e weHt
of Piattsmouth where his brothers
the moment of and so many relatives reside.
your great afillc
Peter Spader and wife and two
boys from Osmond, Neb., arrived la
Piattsmouth on Tuesday afternoon of
this week for a few days visit with,
friends and relatives at the old home.
They will visit with old friends tn
and near Murray where they lived
for so masy years, also at Murdock
where Mr. Ppader has an uncle,
George Lets and family. From here
they will go to Omaha for a few daya
visit with their brother, Matt
Spader and family. Mr. Spader left
Cass county a few years ago and
moved to Osmond where he has been
very succeRsful. lie looks hale and
hearty and reports things looking
very fair where he now resides.
Got Slink Sunday F.vrnln.
There is nothing like a good team
and buggy when one wants to go re
gardless of the condition of the road.
Boh Propst started Into Piattsmouth
for the doctor with fcl car Just be
fore the storm Sunday evening and
when the storm broke and the roads
became soft the big engine laid down,
or rather the wheels went round so
quick they would not propel the car.
Bob sent for Q. K. Parmele and &
tlon? Well, II . . .ri,i ciw.nt Iho nflnr- o-rwt loom nnd took the doctor to
must bO Cruel. II A. ,,,., . , ,. . . ,, ..,i- Ventnrdav Ik
I.,.. ,, f.i.u noon 1H Uie llieiiOoiin, numi .... i aijnniu in Pi' i.
love you luim- i...,. . . i, tun a ,0,ino hniV tn
fully and loyal- ial 10(1 tnere on uuhiucks ui iuii" .- iuum - - -
"ASK Wn AT TOO
01' ly. now and here- ance today.
this sad day into
happier ones. I
ask nothing for
As the station master's bell rang tbe this love I offer. I ask only that I
door opened and a man Jumped In. He may use It in your service, In good
tossed bis bag Into the corner and times or bad."
plumped down in the seat
. "Yes. Where are you going?"
"I am weary of Dreiberg, so I am
taking a little vacation."
"For how long?" auspiciously.
"Oh, for ever so long!" evasively.
nans said nothing more, ne was
"Ask what you will," she whispered.
"I am happy now!"
Corn Damaged by Wind.
From Wednesday's Dally.
George Morrow of Memphis, Neb.,
who has been visiting bis sister at
full of wisdom. He had an idea. The Nebraska City for three weeks, stop.
tWIncf phnnrnllnr and his rlnnchter Ped a few hours in Piattsmouth en
"If you accept her without further were 0Q tQe traln) aQ(1 he was ct,rtam route home today. The ball and
THE STATE'S BEST PRODUCT -S
proof 1. her father, can do no less
And tbe duke led her over to the king,
gravely Joining their bands.
"Gretchen!" murmured the king.
"I do not know bow to act like a
"1 shall tench you."
Gretchen laid her herd on his breast
She was very tired aud much bewil
The duke pneed the length of the
cabinet several times. No one Inter
rupted bis meditation. Back and forth,
one band hanging to the opposite
shoulder, the oilier toldliu over his
ch'n Then he imiiM-d wild alinipt-
that his friend Carmlchael knew It wind between here and the City Sun
By the aid of certain small briberies day night caused tbe corn fields to
on the train and In Paris Carmlchael
gathered bit by bit that tbe destina
tion of the woman bo loved was Amer
ica. But never once did he set eyes
upon her till she nnd her father mount
ed the gangplank to the vessel wblctj
was to carry them across the wide At
lantic. The change In Uerbeck was
look ri though a roller had been
run over them.
Ed. Rynot, riattsmouth's new
druggist, came down from Omaha
this morning to make preparations
for taking charge of the Gerlng &
Ills face had aged twenty Co. drug store which he purchased
years in these sixty odd hours. Ills a few clays ago, and will assume con-
clothes, the same he had worn that trol tomorrow. Mr. Itynot has not
ever memorable night hung loosely foun(i ft suitable residence but such
I about bis gaunt frame, and there was r , mnflo t0(av.
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WRIGHT BROS. AEROPLANE
IN DAILY FLIGHTS
LOMBARDO SYMPHONY BAND
AND OPERA CONCERT COMPANY
GREAT RACES PATTERSON SHOWS
BASE BALL FIREWORKS
w NIGHT RACES ' VAU DEV I LLE
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