The Old Soak, and Hail And Farewell
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The Old Soak, and Hail And Farewell

By Don Marquis
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  • THE OLD SOAK, and HAIL AND FAREWELL
  • Line Drawings By Sterling Patterson
    • Garden City, N. Y., and Toronto
      • Doubleday, Page K Company
    • Doubleday, Page K Company
    • 1921
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  • OLD SOAK
  • CHAPTER ONE—Introducing the Old Soak
  • CHAPTER TWO—Beginning the Old Soak’s History of the Rum Demon
  • CHAPTER THREE—Liquor and Hennery Simms
  • CHAPTER FOUR—The Old Soak’s History—The Barroom as an Educative Influence
  • CHAPTER FIVE—Look Out For Crime Waves!
  • CHAPTER SIX—Continuing the Old Soak’s History—The Barroom and the Arts
  • CHAPTER SEVEN—An Argument With the Old Woman
  • CHAPTER EIGHT—The Old Soak’s History—More Evils of Prohibition
  • CHAPTER NINE—Preparing for Christmas
  • CHAPTER TEN—Continuing the History—the Old Soak Fears for the Growing Children
  • CHAPTER ELEVEN—Jabe Potter’s Optimism
  • CHAPTER TWELVE—More of the History—As It Used to Be of a Morning
  • CHAPTER THIRTEEN—Peace and Contentment
  • CHAPTER FOURTEEN—Continuing the History of the Rum Demon—Unfermented Grape Juice
  • CHAPTER FIFTEEN—Political Talk
  • CHAPTER SIXTEEN—The History Continued—Prohibition and Winter Weather
  • CHAPTER SEVENTEEN—The Old Soak Finds a Way
  • CHAPTER EIGHTEEN—The History Continued—the Barroom’s Good Influence
  • CHAPTER NINETEEN—A House Divided
  • CHAPTER TWENTY—Continuing the History of the Rum Demon—the Barroom and Manners
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE—Sympathy Wanted
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO—The History of the Rum Demon Concluded—Prohibition Is Making a Free Thinker of the Old Soak
  • HAIL AND FAREWELL
  • I—A LAST DRINK
  • II—IN THE OLD DAYS
  • III—A DIPSEY CHANTEY
  • IV—A CERTAIN CLUB
  • V—A TEMPERANCE TRACT
  • VI—A VISION IN THE NIGHT
  • VII—THE LAST CASE OF GIN
  • VIII—CROWNED SINGERS
    • To Charley Bayne
  • IX—DOWN IN A WINE VAULT
  • X—ANACREON
  • XI—THERE WERE GIANTS IN THE OLD DAYS
  • XII—IN AN OLD-TIME TAVERN BOOTH
  • XIII—THE OLD BRASS RAILING
  • XIV—ONCE YOUTH WAS MINE
  • XV—IN A TAVERN BOOTH
  • XVI—AN ENGAGEMENT
  • XVII—THE BATTLE OF THE KEYHOLES
  • XVIII—IN A TAVERN BOOTH
  • XIX—YEARNINGS AND MEMORIES
  • XX—DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • XXI—AND YOU MAY KECALL THIS
  • XXII—TRUE, BUT WHAT OF IT?
  • XXIII—A SUMMER DAY DREAM
  • XXIV—ON SWEARING OFF AGAIN
  • XXV—AFTER SEVERAL HIGHBALLS
  • XXVI—CHANT ROYAL OF THE DEJECTED DIPSOMANIAC
  • XXVII—PROVERBS XXIII, 29
  • XXVIII—AN OBJECT LESSON
  • XXIX—A KANSAS TRAGEDY
    • THE END
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