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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

HOW A GREAT CITY . . FEEDS "NIGHT HAWKS" Small Restaurants Where Haboes and Business Men Sit to tat, Shoulder to Shoulder. WAITERS' WONDERFUL VOCABULARY Used to Hove Their Own Description for All Dishes Called for by the Hungry Throng Important Factor in Brooklyn. Nocturnal ramblers In thin great city need never Co home hungry, It they feel the pangs of appe tite demanding food before they retire and are fearful lest the pantry at home will not furnish material for a "snack." There are In the borough nearly, if not fully, 100 all-night restau rants places that never close their doors. Of course, that number is small when compared with the list of all-night "joints" In Manhattan, but Brooklyn is essentially a city of homes, and the wonder Is that to many places find It profitable to keep open day and night Naturally the summer season Is the best fdr this class of restaurants. The surrounding beaches attract multi tudes of visitors at night, and the late trolleys carry full loads to v...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

IHr. Kl unrsTooDs .EmineM Meaagtv Published Etery WVek mSINOSON PUBL1SHINCCO rSOBSCIlllTlON RATES: Ti In iimiw f uwe Bunlba. . . a. sioala tvtetlj paid la advene tmUrd al Vu Port Office at JTanMU Oiy. M 5oid C'iaM JfaHer. Ourrespotidonte wanted to eterj city U4 town iu tills date. Write oe. AH news mutter intended t t pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tuesday, of each week and null be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a gu&rauiee of auth enticity. m WIOIr-No. 117 Wast 8ls.tr. St Kanaaa City. Mo. Advertialsis RhM, for oa. leflh. odi loa.rtlon I M or oof Inch. ri'h tahHqutit luaerUoa JO or to lacara, tbr. auouh l.UC Fortwo lach. a, Hi month 100 For two Inch, ntn. moot ha K0S tar twelaeb.. telv. ainnths It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. -fc The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. A LACK OF NEGRO LEADERS. There are a few...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

THE RISING BOH. !W. T. Washington Asst. Editor. Remember pleane- It'a tna little blu we collect here ana t jre bat eaablea us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mm. M. D. Price of 1734 Lydla is back from Mayvlew, Mo. Mr. O. C. Green and Miss. Jose phine Hughes were united In ' mar riage. ' . Mrs. Maggie Washington of 1412 East 17th street has returned from Topeka. The South Side Bible class No. 1, wishes all the members to meet Sep tember 31st at 2316 Highland to re sume our Tear's work after a vacation of two months. By order of the or ganizer, Mrs. Sarah Richardson. Mr. Win. James of the Baltimore hotel, manager of the Royal Rooster Social club, has returned from St. Louis on a trip to his mother-in-law. He was greatly Improved by spend ing a couple of weeks In the suburb called Klrkwood. At the 8th Ward Republican Club meeting of Tuesday night, T. C. Un thank was conspicuous by his absence. May be like the ground hog, he saw bis shadow and went to his hole. If so the public will ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

Hayashi, the Foremost Diplomat of Japan UNCLE BENNY'S CURE By ELIZABETH A MOORE Notable Career of the Man Just Appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs. :ooocoocoooeoeeeoooeo A Summer Study in the ' ' , Marvels of Insects' ' Eggs III Wonderful World Into Which the Microscope Leads the 1 Patient Investigator. j Viscount Hayashl. who has Just been made mlulster of foreign affairs tn the Japanese cabinet. I a states man of the flowery kingdom wh has achieved notable triumphs In diplo macy, and who will In his now ad vanced position, come, much Into con tact with the United States and the other nations of the world. The circumstances leading up to the selection of Hayashl for the lm I'ortant office he now holds are Inter est Ins. Marquis Saionjl. the new prime minister, who Is the leader of the Seiyukwa!, or liberal party. In or ganizing hi cabinet (save the port folio of foreian nffaira. until then held by I'.aron Komura. to Takaalil Kato. fr-'ieily minister to Knclnnd and minister of for...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

THE WHITE RIVER COUNTRY. In the opinion of one who hat tra vied much and observed cloicly, th most truly and rightfully contented people In the United States to-day art the small landowners In what it known as the Upper White River Coun try, anywhere from Newport. Ark., to Carthage, Mo. They are contented be cause their surroundings are Ideal and, until recently, the great, uneasy, dis quieting world, with Its artificial needs and Inadequate compensations, has been to them but little more tangible than a dream. Here, still existent, and by reason of their very rarity at this day and time more delectable than In the past, are the conditions which have ever appealed with lire slstlble force to the Independent-spirited Anglo-Saxon. Every man Is the supreme ruler of his own little prin cipality; acknowledging no roaster aae the law and possibly his fem inine helpmeet; cringing to no em ployer; asking no favors from the world, save those that his neighbors freely extend and expect as fre...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

Psrtngal's Population. Vice Consul Klnchant (arMas from Lisbon the cr-nsu figure of rortusal takrn In Dernnbrr, 1900, AOI Just publlnhpil. The population wss 6,016,L't'.7, Including the Azores. The liercentnge of Illiteracy was 71 por cent, for tho mnic.-i nnj S3 per cent, for the females. The government, however, U lietlrrlni? itself on the educational question. The foreign residents In l'ortiiiral numbered 39, 3S1, of whom fil were Americans. Easter Novelty. ! A novelty In K.istt r eas I on of : pl.isa that Is 1 itrii ally llslitol.j Such tua are made in white, of frost- j ed'plnsa and In various colors, to ulow tvheu the liuht Is turned on in tlnun. They are lighted by means of a flexi ble conductor which may he at tached to any V-tric linht tixttircj and whh h Is inn Ions enough t per mit placing them wlierexer It may be desired. Burmese Wives. The Burmese woman must make an excellent wife. A Slnnapore paper ays that her hlchest ambition Is to maintain her husband In lordly idle...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

4 3 1 ,i Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othci Paper In the State VOLUMEXI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THURSDAY, SKI'TEMBKH NIJMliKJl NEGRO LOGDE REPRESENTING HALF MILLION DOLLARS. Prominent Men Banded Together for the Uplift of the Race. Mr. John Lange it a Great Organized. Pythian Under the Leadership of A. W. Loyd Capturing the West. Due to the ability of Mr. John Lange, manager of the Blind Boone Concert company and wealthiest N'e gro in Missouri, a new lodge of Pythluns, composed of the best known Negroes of Kansas City was organized Monday night. Men repre senting the several walks In life are numbered among its membership, some of whom are men of consider able means. The following is a par tial list of those who joined, a brief sketch and the amount that each represents. Mr. John. Lange, the chief factor in this organization, is, in addition to being the wealthiest Negro in Mis souri, the most successful theatrical manager that ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

"6ccccocccoccccooecoocccccccccccoccccosoccc i'l:!c:ig'.. From a youth's dream, thruc'i a 111:11 of dissipation, fren riel gambling and tho resultant tie 1).:ii'1itv, Into which was sucked tho c.. shier who In tarn drew In tlu presi dent, tir.'ll the whole structure tum ble .1 ';l:h a cr.i.-h. the fall of the Mil-wa-iuo? Awnne St;i to hank has been t:.i H. W.i"r Frant-.en, once confidential secretary o Paul O. Stensland, a H'.rl-'Iii:; (if excellent promise, saw in d am that which aroused the spirit r( !'::.. within him. Through the Yr; unrelenting spirit touched Henry W. Herlng. tho cashier, and he f.rMI. drains with him Paul O. Stcns i'ul, tlv president, who had also Seen caught in the magic meshes. l:i a dream that came to him the risM hefore the great American ZVrliy at Washington park In PjOO, Fratr.zen. who had never been at a race tiaik In his life, saw the piling l?.g horses galloping to the finish, and Just as plainly as if he stnd in the press 1h of the old stand, he Raw a ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

T n f'THE HOME tV2A.RADF0RD EDITOR Mr. 'William A. Radford will anawar questions and give advlra FREE OV COST on all aubjecta pertaining- to the subject of building for the reader of thla 1 paper. On account of hla wide expe rience aa Editor, Author and Manufac turer, he la, without doubt, the hlgheat authority on all theae aubjecta. Addrena all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 184 Fifth Ave.. Chicago, 111., and only ncloae two-cent a tamp for reply. In aotne locations a story and a half house looks better than a higher one. Some folks like to build low houses and to make them wider. There are all kinds of houses and all sorts of peo ple, so that everyone should be satis fied. There Is a comfortable look about this story and a half house that I like. It has a roomy, comfortable, cool appearance for summer, and it looks as though a good furnace in the cellar would make it warm and cozy In the winter, too. It Is 30x45 feet long on the ground, with the addition of two comfortable p...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

THE RISING SON. UViSTOODS Basin ess Mtugv. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBHSHINCCO M. E. Carter and many others, and yet there could he no uKreenient reached. Not only does this take In the marshal's orilce, hut the sheriff's olfice and the collector's office und lu fact nil of the on Ices. if yo.i expect our t anient support, you uiust give us soine of the places. A hint to Iho wise U sufficlelil. WESTERN UNIVERSITY THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KANSAS AND THE WEST ' rBCBbCUHTlOS RATES: Tr M ;i mo a ill ire month! moato, u ortetlv paid la idtinot tittered at tt Port Offlct i Ktntt OUj, 44 Stccnd t'UiM Mitttr. Correspondents wanted to tvrj city lis town in thin state. Write us. All news matter Intended C r pub lication should reach our office nnl la er than Tutsdar, o( each week and mutt be signed by the writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of authenticity. rFFIOIt-No. 117 West 8l.tr. Kansas City, Mo. St., Advrlllli RhUi, or M lend, on Insertion I H ' one Inch, nr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

THE RISING SOU. m W. T. Washington Asst. Editor. Remember pleae It' tne little bit we collect here na t tire hat enuhlt'i ut Id run from year t year." LOCALS. A. W. Lloyd of St. Louis, G. C. of K. of P., Is In the city. Dr. Sidney Johnson, now of this city, and Miss Janie L. Kellum have united In marriage. Mrs. Josephine Sllone Yates and Mrs. Francis Jackson left for Jeffer Don City to begin another year of teaching In Lincoln Institute. Use Chowley's Anti-Sweat Towder. For bad odor It has no equal. Price 25c by mall. 5113 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111. Agents wanted. This elegantly furnished room for rent at 406 E. 6th street. Bath, gas, and telephone, 2081 Home. Newly furnished. Call and investigate. Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. W. B. Garett, and Mrs. Leon Jordon have returned from a rather pleasant trip climbing Pike's Peak, and among the mountains. The Y. M. C. A. Sunday meetings for men every afternoon at 4 o'clock, No. 1512 East 18th St. All are cor dially invited to attend these ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

Child Life in the Feline World ymu'ut,H.uu'..t. a..-.. I A CONFIRMED OLD MAID. . By M. M. COUPER. For Hours of Recreation. Children's "At Hemes" a Good Idea cf a Clever Mother Who Recog nizes That Children Must Be Amused. Uealiiing that an only rlilld Is at bst a I.T.i'y little mortal, needing ihe companionship of children, 'a clever mother has devised this scheme for tin- entertainment and mu tual t-,Hiil iif the neighborhood chil dren. Kvery mother knows that It Is oftentimes very Inconvenient to have other people's children running lu and out at nil hours and at all times, u ei ther does she wish (If she has a ronscleticc) to allow her young hope iul to po to "Johnny's house" when she Is not absolutely certain that his mother will welcome the young vis Itor. Hut amusement Is very essen tial to th coming men and women, so the following notes were sent to the respective mothers: "Frances and 1 will he at home every Tuesday afternon from three until live o'clock, and we will bo glai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

America's Rusted Goddess to be Painted After Twenty Year of Neglect to Make Her Better days are ahead of Barthol dl's Statue of Liberty, which was re ceived with so much ceremony from France over 20 years ago. Since that gala day la 1886, when the fair goddess In bronze received the plaud its of the nation, and was the cen ter of admiring throngs, sho has been neglected. Nothing has been done to stay the ravages of time, and the corroding of the salt-steeped air of the upper bay, and as a result, to day she is a "perfect sight," as she undoubtedly would exclaim, if en dowed with speech, and could see her self mirrored In the surface of the surrounding waters. But her days of poverty and neglect are over, and now as ward of the na tion and special charge of the war department, she is to be taken In hand And Buch toilet as befits her station In life and her physical conditions la to be given her. The report Is that she is to be painted, and In this she undoubtedly displays a feminine ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 September 1906

HOWARD; UNIVERSITY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT , (Including Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutic Colleges. ) WASHINGTON. - - ' - D. C. I - rrrv nl xr v. K-'-.(. r of m.ta.l a ill- 1 IMH..I ; GEO. E. TEMPLE. s -r, of Missouri of tin- (Snitttl 1'liltfil Or !.k hi. m':i i.r linirlt'tiiih ;i r tiati-iiiil It-uty ;!!.! tli-' must ptiitiiiin nt amlii.iti for f;iitiul muHtvi I', in t ictoU i' ni'M. MISSOURI GRAND LODGE. G-and Unite J O'ricr cf Odd Felloes Met'. At Macon. ml id Twenty Fifth Annual Session. M.icr Bi-ock D-'i.e'Cd Welcome Ad dicts ufcitji; ii. Vemp.e ;.ie Grand Secretary F-.e EiCct'd Grand Recej ion and Parade . Tii- Mi-.-i.'iiri t l."l-'-. r .ii; -.i 11 hit (.1 ' i i 1 ' ii 11 i ill il : V; .1 a.iu 1.1! - n Mac 111. Mn. Aiuu.-t 7, ia la- (Ml l' 1-!-. Ma. I with all a' ! ulalii ,' ol i-le-u-.il-s ami i.itnr.- lli.it (iuuiiiiii.li-1-il 111 ai,i-a'.'a!ic atiy 1 : v i m . Suii' 111. -Mti4 nf In- diii.-i'. Kt i:iv 1 : -;iai aMnli-i 1. i.l !i ti mail- liy ta I.H .tl ((iiiiiniti !' ai'ialiu'-ii...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

4 1 a m 1 It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. PROF. A. O. COFFIN. Principal of Booker T. Washington School. Prof. A. O. Coffin who is principal of Booker T. Washington school has been in this city but five short years. In .this short time he has demon strated that his - selection for that school is a worthy one. He is one of the brainy men from the South. He graduated from Fisk university with A. B., took a post-graduate course of three and a halt years in the H'JnoW Wtslcyan fwnlvorsity, r celvbng U. A., and Ph. D., for tho work. He was professor for five years in Alcorn A. and M. college of Mississippi, and six years professor In Wiley university In Marshall, Tex. Prof. Coffin since, coming here has taken a very active part in the Ma sonic lodge. He readily passed all of the teacher's examination, and still proving himself a very valuable man to be among the good people In this community. INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Will the superintendent of the A. M. B. church still try to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

Around the Interesting Gossip Gathered in New York War On Between Mrs. Leslie Carter Payne and M u Norma Munro Lillian Russell to Enter Horse Racing Game. MO I i$A.v -JSh ! 'I !''rl '1 I'0!'01'1 "inn l-JC?. '""TS.:; ! i 'll New York, K-- Bessie 'iifPi ter Payne Is experiencing that their mutual friends and that section of the public which has hung agape upon the pulv listed uecounts of the qulxotlcnl lives these people lead are beginning to wondi-r if. after all. the strenuous Miss Munro is not a "hoodoo." No room for doubt remains that Mrs. Carter Payne and her recent "dear est friend ' are at daggers' points. Further sensational developments are promised when Miss Munro returns from Bar Harbor nnd Mrs. Carter Payne tivm Shelter Island to their apartments adjoining each other In the building twned by the Munroc estate. FRIENDSHIP BROKEN BY MARRIAGE. It ha been known ever since Mrs. Carter's romantic marriage to the young actor, William ru'nis Payne, that the alliance was bitterly r...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

Missouri State Fair Sed&lia. Sept. 29th GREAT LIVE STOCK PAVILLION THE finest building of the kind and the better adapted to the pur poses intended than any in the west. It is 185 feet by 240 feet, built of vitrified brick and stone, tile roof, arena 125 by 175 feet, seat tag capacity 12,000, is provided with handsome offices, toilet rooms and modern conveniences. The sixth annual exhibition of the Mis souri State Fair will greatly surpass any in its history, $40,000 is offered in cash premiums. splendid exhibits, special attractions, Grut Speed Extents, Big gest live stock show on earth, more big Missouri mules than ever before assembled. EfJory "Day a "Big "Day. Ample facilities for comfort of visitors. Business Men's Club will find homes for all. This fair belongs to the people, visit grandeur of Missouri. 'Reduced rates on alt railroads. Address J. R. RIPPEY, Secretary, Scdalia, for other information. Public Sale Pur Brod Cattle and Ho Ice Blasted from Glacier. The great gla...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

THE RISING SON. UVUTOODS, Ehmw Hui(, Published Every Week m81NOSON PUBLISHINCCO VBDBSCRIPTIOM RATES: tee M BOB miy said la sdvaaea tmttni at tht Pott Offlct at Xsntwf Ctty, ontaa., ilk.. .. Correspondents wanted In every city U4 town id this state. Write as. U newt matter Intended t, T pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tuteday, 0( each week ana1 Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. f fioii-no. 1 1 7 wmi autr. at Kantii City, Mt. A.a vs rt i.i nu Rta, ea lath, oaa laiarttna t far ena lneb, each sabMqu.at taaartloa. J For two tacbM, tr saoaiii I OS far two laches, alt Boats) I at for two lach, aln rnoatba M.0S taatwelaebaa twelve atoataa .... 11.09 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. ANNUAL MEETING OF NEGRO JOURNALISTS. A movement of the negro newspa perme...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

THE MSnTG 80IT. The lectors room of Allen chapel la being completed and the pastor la calling on the generous public that ererythlnf may be In readlneia for the conference, October 10. ' John Lange and the members of his company left last Bunday morning for Nebraska to fill engagements. The company Is composed of the same members as last year. W. T. Washington Asst. Editor. Remember please It's tbe Mule blta we collect here aaa tiers bat eaablee us to run from year to year.' LOCALS. Mrs. Kid Jordan has gone to peka for a few weeks to visit uncle. Agents wanted for the Rising In the smaller towns of Missouri Kansaa. To-her Son and Rooming House at 809 -for sale. See W. Oliver at this number Good bargain. Mr. LeRoy ' Harrla. waiter at the . Midland, who has been sick for two ; months, Is very much Improved. Phnnn vour news to the Rising Son with an order for a year's subscrip tion. Bell Phone 4713X Main; mom Phone 58 Main. A. Wl Uovd. O. C. of K. of P., Is in the city this week doing ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

I!owa Couple MkiKi& OwNDinHLCbNTIIACr- Iv Mnincs, low.n isai.-t'i V. ll.ird t'z niul Mrs. IsalirlU KnuirhrcoM of I":iMu county, Iowa, had not found Hiiioo'.h s.illini; ii tho sra of mutrl tunny, although both atv. i-omrnratlve-ly nrv-aklni;., rich. Twice each had been married and twice iliviirrrd. WI'.imi. thofoforo. seeking a consola tion frl?e. Ilanlinn asked .Mrs. Knpel lirtvli' to bi hi j, extreme caution nt t'Mi.li'd l.er ailiniKitlvi 1 espouse. Wo ii l.riter 'lay dow n some rules to n by." she said, and Hardlns UKtecd. Tlie rt s-jlt was the most remark able j re nuptial contract ever drawn in Iowa. and. perhaps. In the world. Wtoian lawyers say they have never a anything quite like it. It anunuii for almost excty pos siiiie contingency that may aviso in he wedded life of two people. The centract pla'.njy nets forth who Hall build tli" fires, when the litis lun I may tulnji home guests to meals, wlun tho relatives of each shall visit Nem !:. tho money Is to be 1ivid d. )mw ...

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