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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 September 1906

PURELY FEMININE" THE WAGE-EARNERS GIRLS WHO WORK SHOULD CARE FOR THEIR MONEY. It It a Duty They Owi to Themselves They Should Know What It la Spent For and When. The girl who throws her money around carelessly, who never realizes the difference between use and abuse, who nerer has the courage to say that she cannot afford any pleasure, Is not doing her duty. Her mind la going to be troubled and her life will be full of worry unless she mends her ways. The girl who earns money owes a duty to herself In regard to It. It Is very delightful to buy this and that, to give here1 and there, and to feel that It Is one's very own that Is being used,, says the Chicago Inter Ocean. Did you ever stop to think that you give so much of your life in exchange for this money? Shall you count your life's best blood as noth ing and waste It? Shall you forget your duty to your self as a natural sequence to every body else? The money that Is earned so hard ly should be spent so that It will bring the gre...

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. — 13 September 1906

WAS ONCE A HERO. VETERAN IN REMINISCENT MOOD TELLS GOOD STORY. Owei Hi Life to Gentle Hearted Southern Lady Who Used Heroic Methods to Cure Him of Pneumonia. "I'vh Iiimti In Unlit places In liuttlp," sail tire (1. A. K. man In iTtnlntsccnt Pi'ifl. 'ami i.rnri ally acnulttcd myself tiiini'! a!ly. Cut unco 1 was yva, a ?: to' ' Srwnil jHiimclors uf u. wild with :i!tnisiamii. Ii.nl houo lain tlu army tri'iii ri.llosi'. Such a tnllc at ronvtilt ins our families) cnuliln't Hp ua. After m'Mm' run;'! vrli :him In cnni(. there wa n sliii liiisli In wlilcli Hi'Vi-ra! were wonnilcil. 'I'.u st and oiIuts of us. sick frt in rxpoMiro. Wire ilcposltod In an itiii'rovli:cd liotpitai in a hiikiII village "Medical Mi.!les wore few, there was i.nly mil' doctor, and some oIllcerB' wive. Ici'f at tin- place, ilid what they eoiil.l in turvinir. The dangerously wounded jki! the attention, tne rest of us fared nnjii:w. The doctor had Klvon mo iibout two minutest and rushed away, muttering something about ...

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. — 20 September 1906

I ft J ... 1-1 . If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The character and qualifications of Its graduates Is perhaps the best test of a school's growth and development, and with this as the standard, Lincoln Institute In the hands of President B. F. Allen, enjoys rank ns oue of the leading Institutions of the country. Every year this school reaches a higher, better and larger class of stu dents; every year Its own s'tandard of excellence along all educational linos becomes higher and n diploma from Lincoln Institute Is now. recognized, not only throughout Missouri, but In Oklahoma, parts of Illinois, Iown, Kansas and several either states. Over three hundred students were enrolled this year at the close of the second week and every Incoming train brings Its quota, in many cases bring ing scholars who nsver before matric ulated In a negro school. Lincoln Institute is tinique among schools for negroes In having almost continuous sessions. The summer...

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. — 20 September 1906

MUCINS T ;(!MESiEAiPiEmr Sioux City. Ia. Think of 1 Co human '. roi's blooming ujion tho pralrlt-s o Smith Dakota! With tlu'lr pretty hands reddened nml rotmhrnoil by toil and tln-lr fair complexion I'Xpiisi'd dally to tho tan iiIqk winds, tliat number of real soele ty ulrls from IVs Moines and other Iowa el He are leading tin strenuous life of tho pioneer upon what was for nieriy the Koselmd Indian reservation. llomelmildor In reality, every one of tl.tsi- enterprising fclrla secured a quart. t M'tion when that territory was opened to settlers two year aw. Now they have turned their harks upon tho ballroom and tho theater and Hre herding rattle, tllllns the soil mid livini; the actual life of the prairie pioneer. While tho majority are farming or raisins rattle, others devote them selves to various enterprise. Ono Is Making money nnd winning a reputa tion through tho practice of law; an other has become a preacher; still other act as guides through tho In years njio hostile redskin...

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. — 20 September 1906

Wheat in Western Canada A Good Crop of Excellent Quality Has Ccen Raised This Year. The grain crops estimates from the Canadian West make a range of from 87,000.000 to 115.000,000 bushels, and an accurate statement will bo some where between these figures prob ably not far from 90,000,000 bushels. This year a larger acreage was sown, estimated at an increase of from 18 to 20 per cent, and had the average yield of last year been maintained, the aggregate would assuredly have gone considerably beyond the 100,000,. 000 bushel mark. The exceptionally largo Influx of settlers was responsible to a considerable extent for much of the Increased area, and, there can be no doubt, Is also responsible for a part of the decreased average yield. The first crop raised by the new set tleroften unacquainted with the conditions of western agriculture Is not usually prolific, and 1905-06 placed a very large number of amateur farm ers behind the stilts of the plow; but they will learn, and learn fast, ...

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. — 20 September 1906

HIK RISING SON, &1TIB VQQD8 BbnnfM Uuit. fub!lhed Ktery V,k HISINO SON HUBLISHINGCO aT-SCHfcCKUTlON KATES: f fir airnttia M a Boata II vletlr eald la edvaaoa tmfni at tht Pout Offle mt Kn OUj. 5ooi ul Clam MmtUr. arrwpoodeots wanted In eer city aa town 10 this state. Write m. 11 Dew natter Intended r pob uomilon should reach our office not In tor than Tut adar, of each weak aa vet be signed by the writer aot for ubltcatloo, but u guarantee of auth enticity. WIOIr-No. I I 7 WnI Slit, at Knnana City. Mt. AdvartiaiiiM Ra.tae, fr eae leh. ob laeertlna a M ou I neb. earn Mliwi)uMI iBMrtloa J8 for two tach, thrM raooib t ut ru two I aeh, li analii loo or toloch, elne raoatbe loot tar-baa twelve noatha un OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, rWICE ALL THE RFST. ihc paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly nevspapers. SHOULD CASH ANDERSON BE RE PLACED. Thr iu wsiiiicrs of tlii-s city mo d tii.inditik...

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. — 20 September 1906

THE RISING SON. W. T. Washington Aaat Editor. Remember please lt tea llttla blta we collect taera too i icr nataaablea ut to run from year u year." LOCALS. Mr. Adklnaon, from Colorado, In In the city, enroute to Indian Territory. TT lwtitr room of Allfn r.happl It U'Iiir romtilftfd and trip pantor In ralliriK on the gcnfnms pulillc that fverythins may bo In rcadiaciis for the conference. October 10. John lange and the memhers of hln company left hint Sunday morning for Nebraska to fill engagement. The company la composed of the tame members as last year. The new addition to Douglas hos pital has been finished, several of the room have been taken by socltles and Individuals, a few are left which the board managers will only be too glad to have taken. Agents wanted for the Rising Son In the smaller towns of Missouri and Kansas. Horace Marshall of 1609 Central has been appointed a solicitor for thU paper. The people of Kansas City rejoice to hear that the officers of the Old Folks' Hom...

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. — 20 September 1906

JMn2 s PHILADELPHIA SUICIDES. VICTIMS OF WILD FINANCE. FRANK K. HIPPLE, trust company president, Ghot. JOHN S. HOPKINS, bank caihier, hot. FRANKLIN B. GOWEN, railroad president, shot. WILLIAM M. SINCERLY, publisher, banker, poisoned. JOSEPH C. DITMAN, banker (sup posed suicide), drowned. BENJAMIN H. GASKILL, broker. ROBERT ADAMS, JR., congress' man, shot. JOSIAH R. ADAMS, lawyer-politician. JOHN FIELD, merchant, shot. JAMES V. P. TURNER, lawyer, shot. WILLIAM G. ROTHERMEL, broker, hot. Philadelphia. Wl bleat speculation followed or preceded either by defal cation cir betrayal of trust, has been responsible for a startling number of Filicides In Philadelphia among men of affairs and prominence in the so cial world. IV-glnmng with the sensational fail ure of the Keystone National bank, in ISiil, which ruined men whose rep utations were as untarnished as that of the president of the Ileal Kstato Trust company, and which resulted in Kail for two of them. Philadelphia has had an amazing ...

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. — 20 September 1906

if, ;W, AWFUL PSORIASIS 33 YEARS. H ''f hP I;! pi i m mi .''V is ,hk . V : t 1; Si i A' -.Kit m m 'V ' - V. ''i'.' V.y I '4: Ml ' ' ' ' 9. V.- 'A- .'if. ft -1 Congress of Scientists to Fight Great White Plague 'nternatlonal Congress on Tuberculosis at New York to Mirk Greatest Medico-Sanitary Campatdn in History. If If The great white plague leaves no nation on the earth untouched by its scourge of death, and wide as the world Is the light which la being made upon this dread disease. On Novem ber 14 next there will meet In Now York city, for a three days' session, the doctors and scientific men of both hemispheres who have entered the fight against this great destroyer, tu berculosis. Secretary Root, of the state depart ment, last May sent out a request to all the diplomatic officers of the Unit ed States, asking them to reinforce the Invitations delivered by the ex ecutive committee of the American International Congress on Tuberculo sis to the various nations to send offi cial rep...

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. — 20 September 1906

WAS ONCE A HERO.; VETERAN IN REMINISCENT MOOD TELLS GOOD STORY. j Own H Life to Gent'e Hearted Southern Lady Who Used Heroic j Methods to Cure Him of Pneu.tionia. I i ' I I" 111 .11 ill thUll l;lccs 111 li:l't,-," , sai l tin' !. A . in. hi ;i i. i:;iiu irciii I !. "iilul c-'iii'i'iiliy ni'iuilti i ninHr l.nrii .i abiy. Hut nnii 1 a a !,,.- " ; ' Si'vrtal yoimu-tfr uf in. wiiil with iitlnisiasiii. 1 . I nif linn tin- iirtny f!iii rullt'i:i'. Sin It a tiilli- as nmsult In,; niir fainiln'H -iiul,n i st,, us. Afu r miim' tiiiicti i'p rli'iii i H in oiitnp. lluTf wa- a nMniii!-l) In which tu'wral woto WlMltllll'll. TIll'SC lltl'l lltlllTM III' 11M. Kick frmu fiixu: . wii ili'imsiicil In an iniiniii-i hi sjillnl In a Mtiull villus' "Mi-ilual Mipiilii'x win' fow, tlicic M "Illy nitf iloctur. 1111(1 siillll' ntlll'l'I'K' wivrs. Wit at tin" place, diil what tht-y rmiM Iti initlni?. Tli (lanucrniiHly w'oiimli d p't tin- attention, tnt rest of us farcil ntiylmw. Tin- doctor hml niven tin- abo...

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. — 27 September 1906

it Rays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The character and qualifications ot its graduates Is perhaps the best test of a school's growth and development, and with this as the standard, Lincoln Institute In the hands of President B F. Allen, enjoys rank as one of the leading institutions ot the country Every year this school reaches a higher, better and larger class of stu dents; every year its own standard of excellence along all educational lines becomes higher nnd a diploma from Lincoln Institute is now recognized, not only throughout Missouri, but in Oklahoma, parts of Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and several other states. Over three hundred students were enrolled this year at the close of the second week and every Incoming train brings its quota, in many cases bring ing scholars who never before matric ulated in a negro school. Lincoln Institute is unique among schools for negroes in having almost continuous sessions. The summer term begins immediatel...

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. — 27 September 1906

HOW STENSLAND WAS CAPTURED Story of the Pursuit and Apprehension of the President of the Wrecked Milwaukee Ave nue State Bank of Chicago. Run to Earth at Tangier, Morocco, the Man Chiefly Responsible for the Ruin of Thousands of Poor Depositors in His Instilu tion Comes Back to the United States to End His Life in the Penitentiary Days and Nights of Misery Since His Flight from Ch Chicago. The ."'my if the 1 1 1 1 r r. 1 1 1 1 and cupuiiv "f Paul o. Stcnsl.iud. J l-1 ' n r of till' WrcrU'l M:iv;ii!,re Avenue Sl:.te ban!;, U one of !!io xno.u drama'ic in the '.lU'my of those all tin) f i ciiii iit events. Tiiit'cil "tiniii tlii s city tn T.iugicrs, Mnroce i, ho was ;ippr lu nilf'l there by AsclsH :mt State's Attorney Olson, who was ac companied ly a representative of llio Chicago Tribune. Not Ii-ss Inteicsting Is Stensland's account of the circum stances leading to the wrecking of llio bank ami tlio despoiling of thou sands of depositors of tlx; poorer class of tho savings of their l...

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. — 27 September 1906

Round About New York Information and Gossip Gathered by Our CorrespondentTin Plate Mafnate Weds Stage Farorite Newspaper Man Wins Heiress New Form of Gambling. acteristic secrecy he refused to let any of his friends know of his lovo for the beautiful young woman. His attitude in the matter recalled the manner in which he concealed the fact of his second marriage, in 1904, to Clarlsse A Knew, a chorus girl of marked beauty, who died within a year after the ceremony. The new Mrs. Kcld is about 23 years old, find was born In Detroit. Sho Is tall and statuesque, and strikingly handsome. Her stage career has been brief, her first engagement being with "A Chinese Honeymoon" last year. She next appeared In an Important role In "The Runaways." and her last engagement was with the "West Point Cadet," which had a short life at the Princess theater In New York. Mr. Reld Is 48 years old, and has been married twice before. With "William U. Leeds he organized the tlnpliite trust, out of which he ...

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. — 27 September 1906

THEREIN MY PWOTDODg, BiMw Kmpi. f abllsber) Xvttj Week WISING SON PUBL1SHINGCO WSUBSCRIITION RATC8: fir. fto. BOOIM et isMtaoaut -M Strictly said la a4aa twtmU 1 tf PoM Offla el Imm Mf, M 5ooi.4 float .efelUr. Correspondents wanted to every el ta4 town in this eute. Write ea. 11 newt matter Intended & r pab Uoailsa should reach our office not la ter than Tutadar, of each week as nit be tltoed by the writer aot (or aublleatloi, but aa guarantee of auth enticity. VFIOIr-Me. 117 Wmi Slitr. at Keneee City. We. Advamtlna' Rt4e. fm aae iMk, lasartloa .H ear oa lack, each sabeequeal laearMoa. JS rot to lacks, three Boa Lb IM pot two Iseh.t, all momlh lot fa two laehea, aloe eaealha m tea twa laekea tw.lee asoathe II aj OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. been touched by recent exposure and prosecutions, there will be a rev...

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. — 27 September 1906

the Rismo son. Treasury, arrived In Qulndaro Tues day and was met by the . facutly, headed by Prof. French and accom panied by the band. Mrs. W. H. Coates of 1604 E. 13th street, and Mrs. B. F. Thomas of Kan sas City, Kan., 17 South Harrison, have returned home from a five week's trip to Colorado. W. T. Washington, Asst. Editor. Remember please . It's taa little bits we collect, hare ana i am tat able us to run tram year to yaar." John Rogers, after a number ot years of 'prolonged sickness, died at his home last week. His many friends regret his loss, and extend their heart felt sympathy to Mrs. Sallie Rogers. LOCALS. Mrs. Joseph Brice is on the sick list. At this writing Prof. J. W. Baldwin Is very sick at his home, 1712 Lydla avenue. Weaver will sell you a rooming house. Call and see him. Rev. J. F. Peck went to Newton Kan., and he will return with the bishop. Agents wanted for the Rising Son in the smaller towns of Missouri and Kansas. Rooming House at 80 for sale. See W. Oliver ...

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. — 27 September 1906

FOOT-POWER HAMMER. : rost U less, the sound U vrry poue B:cw of the Han-mer Is Accomplished , unUkp a bell. For man by tfe Presence of Lever. Two Kar.s.is inventors niiing at .!ie i oucIumoii tliat there I.h inori' pow er in l hi' leg than In (In' iiriii. Imvo anpltel tin- principle to l!n hammer, i-i-tead of k vi i 1 1 k i K I It hammer ovit the lira. I. the blow Is accomplished 1 U'- pressure of n fool lever. Per Imps il'e most Mgu! IU ant putt or the in.-, t'tioii Is tin' far I that only or ..i'lary prcsnirc Is required to re-l-'.i.' ilio hammer, strong springs reg n'.ning liic fiirrv of the blow. All nd .1.1 i.m.i! advantage Is Unit tin- ham mer i .ifl be t Mtiu late rally lo strike ! it i ii it different portion.-, of tin- lace ' nl' tin' anvil, liy referring to the Il lustration tin1 operation will lr ob vious. The liamm-r Is attached to a pri'i;tl! fotimd handle, tlio latter 1 -i 1 1 tr pivotally mounted upon the 1 j.-,.. which s'aniN directly in back 'f tin' anvil. At tin ri...

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. — 27 September 1906

Tized, .Nezvous Mofhezs MaKe Unhappy Homes Their Condition Irritates Both Husband and Children How Thousands of Mothers Have Been. Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well. W. L. DOUGLAS '3.50&'3.00 Shoes 1ST IN THI WORLD 90,000,000 BUSHELS W.LDougla$4 Gilt Edgs line cannoipg equaiiao auny price To W falm . W. I. lKmnlK" JoK bin ltnuM it th most coiuplrt 1 ii t h I i -on ni ry THAT'S THE WHEAT CROP IN WESTERN CANADA THIS YEAR 111 WOMAN'S EXCHANGE MAS NOW BECOME A HAPPILY ACCOMPLISHED FACT. Ho Village Too Small to Support On Good Bread, Pickles and Pre serves Find a Ready Market Family Heirloom May J Dis posed Of Designs in tace and Linen Here Displayed Unequalled by Department Stores Simple Meals Furnished Shopping People. MY MAKfJ AHET K. SAXUSTl'n. (Ci,yrlK,t, JWM, by J.m-h U. UcnvlfS.) Tlio woman's exilianne was orlgiual ly a happy tlioiiRht. and Is now a fart happily accomplished In all our larger towns and cities. There is no villaRe that might not with propr...

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. — 27 September 1906

Caa. WAS ONCE A HERO. VETERAN IN REMINISCENT MOOD TELLS GOOD STORY. Owes Hit Lift to Gentle Hearted Southern Lady Who Used Heroic Methods to Cure Him of Pneumonia. HAD TO it CULTIVATtO. ' Tvo been In tU'ht il;ices In buttle." ai l the tJ A. II. timn In reminiscent humiiI, "ami m-nerall) ueqnittetl inxself Ininoi ably. Hut onre I was -es, a hern! "Several ymitm.-iteis of in. wild with out luislanm. had mme Into the army f n mi enllege. Such a tillle an runsull Ins! our families nmMn I tni uh. After Mime rouuh expel ii'tiees In ramp, there was a skirmish in which several were wounded. These and others of us, sick from evpoMire, were deposited In an Improvised hospital in a Htnall village. , "Medieal supplies Were few, there was only one doc tor, and some officers' wives, le.t at the plure, did what they rould In niirsitK. The dangerously wounded Kt the attention, t tie rest of us fared anyhow. The doctor had Kiven me about two minutes and rushed away, mnttetitm something about pneumon...

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. — 4 October 1906

1 It. Ill Ci :J w 5 it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. PROCLAMATION Ten Million Negroes Called to Prayer Sunday, October 7, 1906, , the Day. In these days, when so many men of power and Influence, aided by a a prejudicial press, are using their offices of trust and honor to degrade and destroy ten million American citixens, and the greater majority of sixty million people look on In si lence, It is time for the ten million thus oppressed to rise in their own defense. When the Israelites were oppress ed, Modecai called them to their knees and he with them In dust and ashles, cried "unto the God of the oppressed who heard them. At a crisis, in the early history of the struggle of the American people for independence; George Washington turned to that same God and the yoke of bondage fell off. WJien President Lincoln realized that it would take more than the generalship and strat egy of a Mead to put an end to North ern invasion, he entered into covenant with Almighty God...

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. — 4 October 1906

STUDY LOCO WEED. V.r.T.VKNT OF AGRICULTURE CO TANIST3 AT WORK. Irrrc-re lessee Sustained by Weil trn r.anert Has Induced the Gov ernment to Investigate This Peculiar Plant. IV) n:-i;;irt:t of agriculture bntun !'; i.i" making n study of the locc tv-MYi ! ascertain which particular In I? I In in: lout t rattle : r i ;i : are being made as a f t io losses sustained by west- 1 r - . tVrouiih the peculiar ills, j .:-.u- -.1 1 v ll-.e plant on their 1 ! : Whole 1 ;ivo v.-.-r-l herds of tOieep are become locoed by eat an A the resultant loss hu3 beii extremely rs .hi't r.t are unusual and A large supply of tho - !;. of the plant has been :i 'pertinent from the states found, principally Men s undergoing a chemical ;it i- i!.,-' .'c'l it :u.. : i'l V. II.::. tit UV t iti it ., ri: .til; in the lali'.atories of the bo- ti division. One form of tho ex t.ts is the tests made on live Tlie poison Is extracted from w. ,1 iitid fed to a rabbit. The ef fort similar to that of Intoxicants .-'.l !rt!...

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