Sapolio Soap -1896B
This has more stuff going on it than are dreamt of in your philosophy, dear Viewer. Capt. Andrews on his boat, Sapolio, watches from the harbor as fireworks go off in the sky metaphorically honoring the Big Dipper, which glows so brightly that one might think it had been washed with Sapolio. A huge globe hangs over the harbor, mostly covered by a red circle decorated with "Our Monogram," the letters US for "Use Sapolio." Published in the May, 1896 issue of BLACK CAT
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