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1925.



Sydney B. llitchell,
Associate Librarian,
Berkeley, California.
Dear ITr. llitchell:

As per your request, I am
sending, under separate cover, for the
University Library, a copy of Hob Wagner's
"California Almanack", hoping that it will
enlist at least a fugitive interest from
your hard-working students.

Cordially yours,




EW



Rob Wagner's

California
Almanack




Wherein is contained

The twelve divisions of our perpetual
summer. The order of Festivals,
the 3 65 Feast days, the appearances
& Eclipses of the Stars, both celes-
tial and cinema, the times of low
tides at the beaches and High Jinks
in the woods, wet & dry spots,
alcoholic predictions, & other as-
trological data not found in the
usual Almanacks devoted to house-
hold diseases of man & beast.



TIMES-MIRROR PRESS

PUBLISHERS



< -Copyright; f922* '

Times-Mirror Press

Los Angeles, Cal.




THE CALIFORNIA SIGNS
OF THE ZODIAC



Courteous Reader



THERE are two great geographic divisions on
the earth's surface California and Else-
where; and as the Almanacks of Elsewhere,
with their absurd seasons, weather predictions, and
hints on the care of the body, are utterly useless in
this Terrestrial Paradise, I feel it my duty to pub-
lish a California Almanack, both in the interest of
science & the Wagner family.

It will be noted I have abandoned the old signs
of the Zodiac with the nude man in the centre sur-
rounded by Scorpions, Rams, Gemini and fishes.
The picture of the man, with his abdomen agape,
exposing a full set of open-plumbing, I consider
indelicate, and why designate the months of the
year by goats and other unpleasant aromas when
the California Almanack should be symboled by a
perpetual procession of Flowers ?

However, for those who still cherish a belief in
Astrology, I shall drop in occasional hints regard-
ing one's Erotic conduct during certain planetary
influences, and if I find the pleasant days too
numerous, I may include a few gentle rains.

Finally I shall include recipes for making griddle
cakes and glue, suitable epitaphs, hints on health,
happiness and vacuum cleaners, the best times for
marriage and divorce, snappy stories from Holly-
wood, the use of divining rods in oil speculation,
how to get into the Movies, and other useful infor-
mation.

Thus, hoping to retain your kind attention during
the coming year, I remain

Y'r obedient servant,

ROB WAGNER

P. S. // has always been quite immaterial to me whether
Pocahontas kissed Smith on the 4th or 5th of July the kiss
alone is important. And so (having no head for figures num-
erals} I have not tried for complete chronological accuracy in
certain events. Nor do I believe the average almanack reader
gives a tinker's darn about astronomical information, and so
1 have scattered the moons about where they will best decorate
the pages. I have not permitted local truths to clutter up
the telling of the Greater Truth The Truth about California
and CAL-ORINE. R. W.



CAL-ORINE

The Fountain of Perpetual Youth!

For ages men have sought it- Jason in the
Argo; Marco Polo in his wanderings: Ponce de
Leon thought (!) he had found it in Florida, but
it was not until Cabrillo sailed his galleons into
San Diego harbor, that the age-old search was
rewarded! Here in CALIFORNIA men first
bathed in The Magic Fountain and were made
young. Here they came to partake of The
Lotus, never caring to return Elsewhere.

Since that time the sons of Adam have
poured into CALIFORNIA somnambulists,
scenario writers, neurotics, ne'er-do-wells, mo*
rons. extra people, sad-eyed Susans and weary
Williams all the inframen of Elsewhere and
after one bath in the glorious sun and moon*
shine, have come out beautiful in body and
spirit (see cut to left)

THE SUPERMEN OF THE NEW
CIVILIZATION-

CALIFORNIANSt

It was for the great hordes
of unfortunates unable to
come to the GARDEN OF
THE GODS that Dr. Wagner.
The Great Humanitarian,
after 607 experiments, at
last evolved his marvelous

CAL-ORINE

which is nothing more nor
less than

Concentrated Calories ^/California Climate

FORMULA

Fruit juices orange, prune, and grape lots

Opium Papaver Matillaja some

Cocaine Cinemopohs favoritus much

Hollywood-alcohol full content

Manhuana-Coo-Coo Mexicana saturate

H - trace

This marvelous mixture (which can be made by any chemist)
is entirely impotent unless fermented and ewtd in the
peculiar -actinic rays of CALIFORNIA sunshine, which alone
gives it its pep and purity and renders it free from bunkoidt
and the deadly baccalaureate.

CAL-ORINE is recommended to all persons
suffering from hardening of the heart, bad
debts, tired oversouls, underfeeding of the ro-
mance glands, fiscal failure, prolapsus of the
intellect, ingrowing Principle, anxiety neurosis,
spiritual shellshock, repressed desires, lost Key-
to-the-Scriptures, dementia dieteticus and pure
cussedness



Foi sale by all Elsewhere druggists (except in Florida
where the woid California is forbidden by law). $1 per bov



If you cant come to CAL. Use CAL-ORINE





While Eastern maidens sneeze and coif,
Ours are outdoors playing golf.

(Evtry month in the year.)




JAN U A R Y



Claimed by Elsewhere Almanackers
to be derived from Janus, the
Roman Deity, who kept the Gates
of Heaven. But according to Cal-
ifornia tradition, January was
named after a Spanish Jane who
kept the gate (and took tickets)
at the top of "AngeFs Flight", Los
Angeles.




VIOLETS



In choosing the flowers with which to designate
the various months it seems appropriate to begin
the year with Violets, which are at their best in
January Besides, violets stand for Modesty
which is California's most notable characteristic.

OTHER BLOOMS THIS MONTH Acacia,

anemonie, agathea, bougainvillea, carnation, calla
lily, cornflower, cosmos, daisy, forget-me-not, fuch-
sia, geranium, heliotrope, heather, iris, pansy, rose,
statice, stock, strelitzia, sweet pea, yellow flax and
veronica.

FRUITS THIS MONTH Oranges, tangerines,
strawberries, grapefruit, pears, limes, olives and
avocados.



January hat h 31 days


Mon.


1


Blizzards Elsewhere. Tournament of ROSES in Pasadena.


Tue.


2


Good Ship "Resolutions" sunk with all on board, d


Wed.


3


Avoid Females to-day. 4J9


Thu.


4


// the child is ornery give it CAL-OR1NE.


Fri.


5


First "colonist specials" arrive from East.


Sat.


6


Twelfth night! So-called, from a well-known drama.


Sun.


7


Junipero Serra born 1713. &


Mon.


8


Fourteenth night! No dramatic significance.


Tue.


9


Weather perfect -fc simply pouring in Oregon. CAL-


Wed.


10


Colonists shed woolen Undies. ORINE,


Thu.


11


Snow on Mt. Baldy! (See post-cards) ^ THE ^11-


Fri.


12


() Jack London born 1876. DOPE 'Ml


Sat.


13


Weather perfect!or unusual. SUPREME


Sun.


14


Balboa thinks he discovers Pacific 1513. ^/^/^


Mon.


15


f 1900 Bill Garland, realtor-astrologer, predicts population


Tue.


16


\ of L. A. will be 200,000! in 1910. jf


Wed.


17


Garland sent to nuttery.


Thu.


18


1910 Population 300,000!! Garland released from nuttery.


Fri.


19


J Quail season over- 'Beach wrens may still be kodacked.


Sat.


20


Elsewhere magazines covered with SNOW PICTURES!


Sun.


21


MOTION PICTURES STILL IN THEIR INFANCY!






[CAL-ORINE


Mon.


22


When angry, count your calories. When very angry, use


Tue.


23


f Terrible snowstorms Elsewhere! Burlingame ladies roll


Wed.


24


^ on green lawns to reduce hips. ^J


Thu.


25


1893 Jo McKenna leaves CALIFORNIA! to sit on a long,


Fri.


26


^ Females will be very restless. [hard bench in Wash.


Sat.


27


Installment due on automobile. ^


Sun.


28


Septuagesima Sunday let your conduct be antiseptic.


Mon.


29


Jim Marshall discovered gold in El Dorado County 1847.


Tue.


30


\ Frost in Iowa but not in Sycamore Grove, L. A., where


Wed.


31


\ Iowa State Society holds basket picnic. 20,000 Fords!


Speaking horizontally, California is bigger than the whole of
New England with New York and Pennsylvania thrown in.


Speaking perpendicularly, Mt. Whitney, is the highest point
in the Union and Death Valley is the lowest. ^^



JANUARY



As VENUS will be the morning star this month, it be-
hooves alert housewives to see that their househusbands are
home before that early hour.

Notice to visitors: There are ordinances in most California
cities that < distinctly and specifically forbid "a person of either
sex to ride his horse into any store, place of worship, or publick
building" We are not as rough as we have been filmed.

The eclipses of certain stars, visible only from remote
places like Pittsburg or Peru, have but a detached interest for
Californians, and are therefore omitted from this Almanack.
Our heavenly stars are never in eclipse, and as for our celluloid
stars, when they pass behind a cloud, we try not to notice the
unhappy incident.

There is one diurnal phenomenon, however, worth noting:
the eclipse of Frijoles (the Bean), visible every day of the year
in many local chili parlors, and in all social gatherings south of
the Border.

SCIENCE NOTE. California roosters crow ALL NIGHT!
But then, they've got something to crow about.

California boosters would also crow all night if they could
keep awake that long!

On New Year's Day there will be a slight fog over Tourna-
ment Park, caused by the perspiring Elsewhere football
players who have been trained and clothed in the belief that
January is a WINTER month.

// all the macaroni annually eaten within one mile of the
Plaza was placed end to end, it would form a pipe line from the
Walker distillery, Onatrio, to the Santa Barbara Club a most
gratifying connection.

All Elsewherians born between the first and twentieth will
come under the influence of Capricornus (The Goat), and will
be easy picking for high-pressure, oil-stock promoters and
low-tide, sand-lot salesmen.

PEOPLE BORN IN JANUARY WILL MAKE
GREAT SUCCESS WRITING SCENARIOS.



Detroit
Dear Doc:

Our second maid was stricken with Housemaid's
Knee and so I ran for our ever-ready CAL-ORINE.
The directions said to apply the remedy locally and
to rub it in with a strong arm. This I did, and the
pain immediately left her knee and went to her
back. What should I have done?

Yours for succor,

GEORGE SHERWIN.





While Elsewhere maids are coldezell,
Ours classic dance in every dell.

(Yes, right in Feb.)



10



FEBRUARY



FEBRUARY pronounced by all school
children and most grown-ups, "Feb-u-ary".

Thus we see how consonants influence
hygiene, for, by dropping the r, FebQuary
becomes one of the months in which it is
unsafe to eat oysters.

The word February means "to purify",
and it is during this month that Elsewher-
ians begin to take Tanlac, Peruna, and other
spring nostroms to "purify their blood"
whereas the greatest blood purifier on earth
is CAL-ORINE. (adv.)




APPLE BLOSSOMS



FLOWERS THIS MONTH Acacia, agathea,
anemonie, calla, cornflower, cosmos, delphinium,
daisy, forget-me-not, freesia, fuchsia, geranium,
gladiolus, heather, heliotrope, hyacinth, iris, lark-
spur, lupine, mignonette, narcissus, nasturtium,
orange blossom, pansy, marigold, primrose, rose,
stock, sweet pea and violet.

FRUITS THIS MONTH The same as January.



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February hath 28 days


Thu. 1
Fri. 2
Sat. 3


Mail will be large, but uninteresting.
( Groundhog day other days for other hogs. (dals",-1922.
"Special Correspondents" arrive to report "Hollywood Scan-


Sun. 4


"S. C.'s" AMAZED AT CHURCH ATTENDANCE. *f


Mon. 5
Tuc. 6
Wed. 7
Thu. 8
Fri. 9
Sat. 10


"S.C.'s" find "Holly wood Scandals" are the Cat's Whiskers! 1922.
"S. C.'s" invent "drug orgies at homes of famous Stars"
Frost! Smudge pots at Pomona. Californians chagrined.
(g) Elsewherians shocked at "drug orgies" in Hollywood.
Showshoe Thompson carries first mail over High Sierras 1856
Kid McCoy again at large. Females excited. &)T^f)) \?


Sun. 11


Quinquagesima Sun. Elsewhere moralists deplore Hollywood.


Mon. 12
Tue. 13
Wed. 14
Thu. 15
Fri. 16
Sat. 17


Lincoln's birthday. Beware of females this week.^K^^K^
Shrove Tuesday. R. Wagner (the musicker) died 1883.
Ash Wednesday Lent begins. St. Valentine's day. ty
J Slight falling off in movie attendance due to Lent!
Movie attendance normal. "Drug addicts of Hollywood hold
1848 population of S. F. 1000! (carnival of sin."


Sun. 18


Last month to procure bear skins in mts. but not at the beaches.


Mon, 19
Tue. 20
Wed. 21
Thu. 22
Fri. 23
Sat. 24


Installment due on automobile.
Elsewherians under the sign of Pisces Vw sec CAL.ZodiacI $p
Trout are protected Lenten fasters fed up on cat-fish.
@ Nat'l Orange Show at San Bernardino. G. Washington's
Bohemian Club founded 1872. Ripe Olive Day. [birthday.
Chet Rowell declares motion pictures still in their infancy*


'Sun. 25


French-Canadian Catholics decide Frogs are fish! 1886 /\


Mon. 26
Tuc. 27
Wed. 28
Thu. 29


People who glass legs have should not on the ice go.
Tourists arrive, hoping Hollywood Scandals are true.
The stingiest month in the year, High and low tide in the ocean.
There ain't no 29th of Feb. this year. g|


As many of the rubberneckest visitors seem helbent upon standing on
"the very spot" where great events happened, our most historic spots have
been made movable^ their location- depending upon the itinerary of the
sight-seeing busses. Megaphoniacs, making daily runs . to the outlying
real-estate subdivisions, have to date recorded thirty-two spots from which
Balboa thought he discovered the Pacific.



12



FEBRUARY



Elsewherians born the latter part of Feb. come under the
sign of PISCES, The Fishes, and will be cold-blooded and un-
romantic. Oregonians and Englishmen, living most of their
lives in moisture, will be especially piscatorial in their tem-
peratures.

Elsewhere geraniums grow in pots. It would take the Harvard
Bowl to pot the kind we grow in California.



STATE SOCIETY: A
huge aggregation of former
Elsewherians who patheti-
cally attempt to perpetuate a
love for the old home state,
in spite of the winter blizzards
and summer sizzards that
drove them over the Great
Divide into the Sunkist Land
of Pleasant Dreams.



HADACHANCER: A name
given to certain shortsighted
fellows who stand on street
corners pointing to high
buildings and vacant lots
saying: "Twenty years ago
I had a chance to buy that
for a thousand dollars and
now the darned thing is worth
a million!"



While eastern flat dwellers are resuscitating rubber plants with
massage and hot-water bottles, the Wisconsin State Society is
playing squat-tag and eating Eskimo Pie in Sycamore Grove.

TO REMOVE WARTS: Take a common bean (the kind
that comes with pork) split in two, rub top half on wart,
bury lower half, when it sprouts the wart will fall off.

ANOTHER WAY TO REMOVE WARTS: Take a sharp
knife and cut off wart.

1870 Godfrey Holterhoff hadachance to buy orange lands
around Riverside for 75 cents an acre, and laughed at the
agent, thinking he was either unwell or a boosterbunk. He
now wishes that his laughter was back inside of him.

SPORTS THIS MONTH IN CALIFORNIA: Baseball,
golf, tennis, track, run-sheep-run and pillow.

SPORTS ELSEWHERE: Checkers, strip-poker, knock-
ing the movies and booze fighting.

DOPE- RING: A wreath of hop smoke, blown by "special
correspondents", through which they narcotically view Hollywood.

ALAS, there is NO rhyme for "ORANGES"!!

132Ji B St., Phila.
Feb. 30, 1922
Dear Doctor:

I used four bottles of your wonderful remedy
on my cucumber vines and since then I do not
even have to dill the pickles.

Yours,

W. YOUNG.




13




While the March wind Elsewhere roars and

screams,
Our girls are fishing mountain streams.

(They, don't have to fish for compliments.)



14



MARCH



Named by early almanackers after
the Roman war- god because Else-
where it is a wild, windy and bois-
terous month, perhaps the most
disagreeable in the whole disgust-
ing calendar. In California, on
the contrary, it is a month of gen-
tle rains, floods of sunshine and




ROSES !



Other Flowers that bloom this month Acacia,
anemonie coronaria, bougainvillea, camellia, calla,
carnation, cassia, centaurea, cosmos, delphinium,
daisy, freesia, genista, gladiolus, heather, hyacinth,
iris, ixia, lantana, lupine, mignonette, narcissus,
pansy, primrose, ranunculus, rose, snapdragon,
spirea, statice, sweet pea, stock, tulip, violet,
wisteria.

Fruits in season Strawberries, tangerines, or-
anges, avocados and olives.



15



March hath 37 days


Thu.


1


If bills are too embarrassing, return same marked "opened by


Fri.


2


High winds and sleet throughout the East. [mistake''*.


Sat.


3


Perfumed breezes wafting over Sunkist California. -Q'-


Sun.


i


Avoid females on Mt. Wilson trail.


Mon.


5


Easterners arriving in droves. Paris indignant over Holly-


Tue.


6


wopd's competition in vice attractions. -EHH


Wed.


7


Don'/ let 'em pull your teeth? Use CAL-ORINE.


Thu.


8


Playing polo 'at Santa Barbara and the ponies at Tia Juana.


Fri.


9


f 1919 Zane Grey hooks swordfish at Catalina that tows him


Sat.


10


[to Santa Cruz a hundred miles! ^k<


Sun.


11


People born on this day are exceptionally mean.


Mon.


12


() Buy real-estate anywhere in California.


Tue.


13


Stewart Edward White born 1873. $ {J


Wed.


14


Sportsmen Elsewhere champing at the bitter cold.


Thu.


15


(Harry Leon Wilson and an artist friend revive the ancient


Fri.


16


\duello at Carmel-by-the-Sea 1922. QQ


Sat.


17


St. Patrick's Day! Orange and green mix perfectly here.


Sun.


18


Fifth Sunday in Lent. 0, for a T-bone steakl






[drama.


Mon.


19


C. B. De Mille invents Onyx Bath-tub school of photo-


Tue.


20


Vernal equinox begins tomorrow interesting to Esquimaux.


Wed.


21


The last day of Pisces the Fishes astrologically speaking.


Thu.


22


Pisces still popular among the Lenters.


Fri.


23


Installment due on automobile. Hiram Johnson pans admin-


Sat.


24


Lenters reduced to sardines. ^^ [istration.


Sun.


25


Palm Sunday delightful at Palm Springs.


Mon.


26


J Dr. David Starr Jordan declares movies still in infancy


Tue.


27


Dr. David Starr Jordan declares he was misquoted. [ 1920.


Wed.


28


"The North wind doth blow, and we shall have snow" BUT,


Thu.


29


Spots before the eyes USE CAL-ORINE. [NOT HERE!


Fri.


30


Good Friday so is Thursday, an* every other day in Cal.


Sat.


31


Why do bass singers always sing about the deep sea? (J/C/C


In March, 1776, Capt. Juan Bautista de Anza left San Gabriel for


Monterey, sleeping the first night under a sycamore on what is now the


corner of 8th and Spring Sts., Los Angeles, and never realizing that if


he had bought the property he would be worth a million dollars to-day.



16



MARCH



Folks born in MARCH come under certain planetary influ-
ences that definitely determine their characters. The fact that
one of them will turn out a bishop and another a burglar must
be ascribed to personal idiosyncrasy, and should not impeach
the ancient, and still quite popular, science of Astrology.

// one has lived in the East, it is easy to understand why
March hares go mad.



FISH STORY (ordinary):
A lie, a gross exaggeration,
resulting from an unfulfilled
and impossible hope while
angling Elsewhere.

FISH STORY (Californi-
cus): A truthful tale of
catching, with light tackle,
leaping tuna (15 to 60 Ibs.),
swordfish (100 to 350 Ibs.),
and black sea bass (100 to
450 Ibs.)!!



After a long winter of dried
vegetables and salt meats,
aenemic ministers and the
stricken wives of motormen
write and say flattering things
about Tanlac and Pe-ru-na.
But as Californians have
green food the year round,
they do not have to take
"spring tonicks" and "blood
purifiers"



Why is it testimonial writers always live at fractional addresses
like 132Y 2 B St., Keokuk, la.?

Ideas regarding heaven differ. Some people prefer the Old
Testament "set", with its pearly gates and jasper walls;
others like Omar an alcoholic revel, with a loaf of whole
wheat bread and a bob-haired thou; but the editor, being a
true artist, is inclined to favor the Santa Clara Valley in the
month of March. 200,000 ACRES OF PLUM AND PRUNE
BLOSSOMS!

HEALTH NOTE: Fletcherize your shredded bathmits and
other plant foods like the cud-chewing herbivori, but save
time on meats. The carnivorous animals bolt their food
whole, and it digests without benefit of pepsin.

ANOTHER HEALTH NOTE: The hot spices in Mexi-
can cookery are employed not only to please the palate, but
in a country virtually iceless, these embalming condiments
have a decided antiseptic value.

A man living seventy years sleeps twenty-three of them
unless, of course, his wife keeps talking to him after he has
gone to bed.



Chatham, Ontario.
Dear Doctor:

My mother-in-law was right at
Death's Door when somebody recom-
mended CAL-ORINE, but I dissuaded
the old dear from taking it, and was
thus able to pull her through.
Yours truly,

CHARLES FUHR.




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The weaker sex ? We'll say she's not.
Ours run and jump and put the shot.

(They shoot their cuties if they don't behave.)



18



APRIL



Elsewhere almanackers even the ancients
always characterize APRIL as a muggy
month during which people are compelled
to stay indoors because of the rain, which
leads to much carousing and gaming. The
name is derived from the Latin, aperio, "to
open", an allusion to the early jack-pot.
The consolation of Elsewherians lies in their
motto, "April showers bring May flowers"
but WE have flowers ALL the time.




APRIL FLOWERS (Add to the March list the
following): Anchusa, bignonia, calceolaria, ces-
trum, cytisus, Easter lily, hydrangea, jacaranda,
laburnum, lilac, magnolia soulangeana, mock
orange, schizanthus, shasta daisy, sollya and valley
lily.

FRUITS Add to those for March, cherries and
loquats.



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April hath 30 days


Sun.


1


Easter Sunrise service on Mt. Rubidoux, near Riverside. |


Mon.


2


Hotelkeepers of Riverside make huge bank deposits.


Tue.
Wed.


3
4


Fish of Catalina celebrate end of Lent. Butchers smiling again.
{ Floods throughout East. Weather glorious here. -Qj"


Thu.


5


1613 Pocahontas, tht first "Indian Maiden" born.


Fri.


6


Elsewherians should beware of native daughters O, Span-


Sat.


7


A PERFECTLY RIDICULOUS DAY. [ish love!


Sun.


8


Low Sunday crowds at the beaches. C/C/C


Mon.


9


Females not so dangerous Court, marry and ask favors. ^)


Tue.


10


Elsewhere censors arrive to inspect wild women of films. 1921.


Wed,
Thu.
Fri


11
12
13


() Elsewhere censors try to sell return tickets,
f Visitors in Hollywood try to "buy drugs over the telephone, like
\groceries!" i jj't


Sat.


14


Yesterday was unlucky for those whose cars were stolen.


Sun


15


Heaven smiles on Honolulu it laughs outright on California.


Mon.


16


Scenarios submitted today will be stolen by dishonest studios.


Tue.


17


B Franklin, fellow almanacker, died 1790. ^*H


Wed.


18


J Ban Francisco shaken with a slight attack of seismosipelas.


Thu.


19


S. F. burning California's greatest tragedy! 11906.


Fri.


20


The rash was checked at Market Street.


Sat.


21


Installment due on automobile. First Writers* Revue 1922.


Sun.


22


Farmers hold picnic at Davis, State Agricultural College.


Mon.


23


U. S. Mint established, 1792. Californians laugh at mints.


Tue.


24


Geo. M, Cohan is rude to Actors' Equity.


Wed


2?


^p Fremont Older insists movies are still in infancy.


Thu.


26


Alexander, the great magician, locates oil wells with divining


Fri.


27


Why do lt murder ladies" always keep diaries? (rod.


Sat.


28


Louisiana Purchase 1803. California included! ^J


Sun.


29


MISSION PLAY produced for first time at San Gabriel 1912.


Mon.


30


Mission Play still running!! RAISIN DAY.


IF ALL THE CAL-ORINE NEEDED ELSE-


Ijf~ WHERE WAS PLACED DROP TO DROP, IT -Wf
WOULD FORM A MOISTURE REACHING


TWICE AROUND FROM HERE TO THERE.



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APRIL



Elsewhere folks born before the nineteenth of this month


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