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The Argos Reflector, Indiana, May 12, 1887

There she is, hair disheveled, countenance vacant, cheeks pale, hands trembling, bursting into tears at midnight over the fate of some unfortunate lover; in the day time, when she ought to be busy, staring by the half hour at nothing, biting her finger nails into the quick.

The Leavenworth Post, Kansas, January 5, 1917

Woods has fixed three cocktails as the scientific limit members of the fair sex will be permitted to consume at one sitting if unescorted. 


The Day Book, Chicago, Illinois, September 16, 1912

I’m guessing this is a typo and it’s supposed to say 9pm? Or were women only allowed to wander unescorted in the dark wee hours of the morning?

The Ogden Standard-Examiner, Utah, September 2, 1929: 

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