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16 October 1902, Decatur (IL) Daily Review, pg. 3, col. 2:
"They smell good they taste good and by gum they are good," excites one dealer as he deftly turns the steaks on the griddle, splits the buns and slices the onions ... It may be dessicated dog, pulverized mule of ground prime beef, it is all the same. It smells good, tastes good, and by gum, it is good.
 
''Hamburgers'' = pastilla Hamburgensia
19 August 1898, St. Louis (MO) Republic, pg. 11:
California Revisited 1858-1897
EPH HOUSTON HAS
By T. S. Kenderline
QUIT POLITICS.
Doylestown, PA: Doylestown Publishing Company
CHIEF EAGLE DECLARES THERE IS
1898
MORE MONEY IN THE LUNCH
Pg. 171:
STAND BUSINESS.
"Hamburger’s," a sandwich with a filling of chipped meat and onions...
(...)
 
Ephraim Houston, Chief Eagle of the Eagle's Nest, man Friday to Chris Schawacker and idol of black face Republicanism in the Fifth ward, has withdrawn from active participation in politics to pander more extensively to the public taste for fried chicken, hamburgers and other lunch stand delicacies.
 
 
''Hamburger stand''