unable to stay longer than an hour, lest the people would become desperate and injure themselves.
After luncheon with the King, the little party left for the Earth. They expect to be well read during their stay in the United States, and the adventures which they will experience in that land are to be told in full in The North American every Sunday for many weeks.
August 28, 1904: WOGGLE-BUG KILLED: CHICKENS NOW SAFE
The Woggle-Bug has been killed, and owners of chickens breathe freer. For several weeks chickens have been fatally stung on the head. The mystery surrounding the creature caused it to be called the Woggle-Bug.
Mrs. George Schockly yesterday killed a large, queer-looking bug in her hennery, although two chickens had been stung before she struck the insect with a paddle. It will be placed on exhibition. No one recalls having seen its like before.
August 28, 1904: ëTWAS EXCITING, BUT NOT THE WOGGLE-BUG
Crowd Witnessed Spectacle With C