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His sister sought to console Williav "Cheer up," she said. "Maggie hastoyon ba-dly. but von will ¬ęcoi-"'or. c: '- "No, T "shan't," said Willi; "not for a Ion,; time yet. .A. :.k j* . lery 1_ bought her was on the easy pi. uoent instalment system." " It is a sad moment in life," said Cynic "when you find that love, glory, happine& are not worth a cigar." '"lt is a sadder moment still," said "his friend, "when you tiiid thai, the cigar itself bad:"

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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