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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

Departure of trains at Bowen WAUAHII RAILWAY QO1N0 WEST. No. i, pasHonKor and mall . .'. ft:r!) a m No. 1, piwHuiiKur and oxpruss 10:(n p m No. 71, 1'relglit 11:45 a m (lOfNO KA8T. No. 4, passenger and mail (1:08 a m No. 2, passmiKiii' and express.... 5:5)1 p ni NofJO, freight, Il:lliam Nos. 70 and 71 carry passengers' Nos. 2 and tfdally. Nos. 1 and 4dally exeopt Sunday. Nos. 7uand 71 dally except, .Sunday. If. M. Tdpo, Agent. RAND-MSNALLY OFFICIAL guide 25 CENTS 165 ADAMS ST.CMCAGO. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. O Intornstinir Items of Bowen 31 Vfis" and VirinitT i 31 (JiilAUUUUUJiiUlUUUiillilUlUiUUUilw Eggs toe at Felgars. Mrs. Geo. llecox is on the sick list. Try tho now breakfast food at Felgar's. See Nash & Morris' display ad this week. ' f If you have apples to sell see J. C. Ilerron. New Sorghum and Sweet Potatoes at Felgars. . Mrs, L. E. Nash spent Tuesday in Keokuk. ' Dr. II. V. Hart, dentist, over Farmers Bank. 23tf Philip Nelson Bowen 111. Contractor and Builder. . 8tf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

I IIS The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Formally Welcomed to Des Moines, la. THE REPORT OF THE GRAND SIRE READ The I'aat Year Haa Seen Urw Ac craalona to the Order, and the Amonnt of Relief Dlabnraed Haa Aaitreuated Nearly Foor Million! of Dollar. Dea Moines, la., Sept. 18. With apodal trains arriving from all parts of the country, and the attendance having already reached 30,000, the Heventy-eighth annual session of the sovereign grand lodge of Odd Fellows was formerly welcomed to this city Monday morning by Gov. A. H. Cum' mins and Mayor Brenton in a public BOKsion in the new auditorium. Ad' dresses were made by M. Newman, of Des Moines, grand master of Iowa; J C. Millinian, of Woodbine, grand patriarch; Miss Ida Van Horn, prcst dent of the Iowa Rcbekkah assembly, and Maj.-lien. M. A. Baney, Iowa de, parlment commander of the patrl areas militant. The response was made by Hon. A. Cable, of Covington, O., grand sire. Upon the conclusion of the wel coming exercises the sovere...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE. W, H. NUWL.ANU, Publisher. BOWEN, : i i ILLINOIS. THE YOUTH THAT IS GONE. Sing me a long of a lad that Is gone, Buy, could that lad be I? Chockful of bounce he fared forth on a day, Not the least little bit shy. Startling his raiment In pattern and hue As tho land's laws would allow; Self-satisfaction most blissful he knew. Where 1 that feeling now? Uir.g me a ton of a lad. that Is gone. Say could that ass be 1? It seems pretty hard to believe, but upon My word, there's no use to deny. Give me again that full knowledge of all, dive me the speech to slack, -Give me those clothes and the shoes too small And I'll cheerfully hand them back. Sing me a song of a lad that Is gone. Say, could that lad be I? .Modest and sensible man that I am. It's- an awful temptation to He. Swagger and brag, riot anfl Jag His faults I could never condone, And considering all that e was I've no call To be sorry, I'm glad that he's gone. Chicago Dally News-. INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE IN the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

W. E. NEWLAND, - , Publisher. Published Every Friday at BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILL. SCUsrmiTHiN! 81.0 I'l'i" year. In advance. H not paid In advance, if 1.2.1. Entered In tho Post CMlliv ill Howcn. 111., us Ht'i'miil class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6. When no time Is sprcllli'd, advert Isi'menls and local n.x li'i'S will bo published uiilll ordered dlscoiiilnucd. (military notices half 1 oral rates. FKIDA Y, SEPTEM 1VI011 lit, 1SI02. It takes 6l070 to nuiiiitnin tho Boiirtl' i-t Supervisors of Hancock County. Memorial services in commemoration of the late President MeKinley, . ... . , , , . I 1 . . L were held in the eiiurciies tnro.i'nioiii tho land last Sabbath. The pauper account for the past year enilh),r September 1st, amounls to ever 812000, this includes the expenses of the county farm which lacks several thousand dollars of being self-sustaining. signed by 8 per cent of the voters of such corporations, the legislation desired by petitioners must be submitted to a vote. Second An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1302. VOLUME 12. NUMBER 37. Message from the Far West, A Very Inorestins Letter From M1h Ella Bruuson. Dknvkii, Colo., Oct., UHKJ. Dkak Niix"i:s: - I received your and grandpa's lotter and was so glad to get it. I will not write to grandma and grandpa till bo me time next week. 1 am having a .line time. Will's (Glardou) have company from Litchfield for a few days. They are on their way to California. Tell Lee 1 have wished bo much for him and his camera in some of .our strolls. Tliesceiieryiis. beautiful beyond description. I wish you could stand with me at Willie's dining room window this morning and look at the .mouu tains. The foot hills are covered witli snow and back of theiu the snow and cloud capped Itockies, and high above them all is old Tike's J'eak. .The foot hills are fourteen .miles away; I'iko's Peak eighty five-they look .to be about two at the .farthest. V can reach them .by streetcar. I must .tell you about ourt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

THE PINKHAM GORES fiTTRMG CREAT ATTESTM AM3 TIIUMG 1YOXEI. iiili Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E. 114th St., N.Y. City, adds Ixr tes tiniony to the hundreds of thousands on Mrs. Pinkhatn's files. WTien Lydia E. rinldiam's Kcmcdios wcro iirst introduced skeptics all over tbo country frowned upon their curative claims, but as year after year ha3 rolled by and the little group of women who had been cured by the new discovery has since grown into a vast army of hundreds ot thousands, uouDts ana skepticisms have been swept away as by a mighty flood, until to-day the great good that Lydia E. lMnkham's Vegetable Compound nd her other medicines are doing among tho women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists, physicians and thinking people. Merit alone could win such fame; wise, therefore, is the woman who for a cure relies upon Lydia E. Piiikhain's Vegetable Compound. I V I The Woman With a 'Beautiful Complexion Is the woman whose cheeks portray the glow o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

ICiinnl to the Occasion. A lady came home from the theater the other evening und found Mnry, the . servant, sitting in the kitchen rending a book by the light of two candles. She was very naturally annoyed at the girl's extravagance. "Why, Jlury," she said, "actually reading novels with two candles burn tuff?" "Not at all, ma'am," was the cool reply. "That's only one candle; I just cut it in two half an hour ago." Spar .Moments. Cioo.l Wnljcht. "ix i unucrstnnu you ngntiy you Killed that cuke we had for dinner pound cake?" "Yes. Why?" "Oh, nothing; only it occurred to mo after 1 ate it Unit yau might havo cheated yourself." The landlady made no reply at the moment; but iu the silent watches of the evening she telephoned the butcher t m.iUe it a round steak instead of a porterhouse. Detroit Journal. A Confined Recollection. ies, said Mr. Cumrox, "my youngest daughter will be through school in u short time. She is already Imakiug her preparations for com incnccnient day. "What are the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

W. E. U'EWLAND, - - rublislior. I'ubliiiliecl livery Fmlay nt ROWKN, HANCOCK" COl'NTV, ILL. BlTWfi'im-nns: 1.00 n'i' .vi'iii', In ailvain-o. It'iMii i:lUI in iiilviiiuv. '.'. Fntr.vil in llii' IVst OMIiv nl Horn 111., MVOIIll I'lllSS lIlllUl'T. TELEPHONE NO. 6. When imlinu' Is a cilliMl. iiiIvimUm'Iih-iiis uml lii.-:il nntlivs will I"' pulilUlicd until oriU'ri'il lis,-uiitiiiui l. Oliluinry nollivs lull f oi'ul l"Lt s. FU1PAY, OCTOUKk 37, 1!)0'. The liitiii liner ai'is like the boars who (lovmiroil the children in the l:ivs (if the prophet, only this 15;ier h:is :i:!.lol contempt nnd ini)inlomv to a ratunl desire to devour everything' in sight. The nation is in need of :l modern David to go liner hiuitiitr, and when ho has broken his 15aership's jaw, our D.ivid could make a volunteer attack upon the Philistines of the coal region. The America): people are ready to uphold such a David. E. C. Hardin, of Monmouth, republican candidate for the legislature from this district, was in town...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

T GffiBE 166 A3AT13 ST.CHICAGtJ. Departure of trains at Bowen WAIIASII ll.ll.WAV -IIOIMI.WKKT. Nil. II, IlilSSl'llKITIlllll IIKll I 11 l.Mt It 111 No. I, psi'iinor anil I'xpriisn ii:MH inn No. VI, fi'iilslit 1 1 M a m dill Ml HArlT. No. 4, iiasscniicr imtl m:ill B:0H a m No. 'I. imsscni.'1'r ami oxpri'Sb .':.r:i ) in No. 10, uviKhl. Hill) a I" ; New. 70 mid 71 1'un y pMsscnm i ri" Nos. S ami :iiliiily. Nos. I ninl 4(l:illy cxivpt. Sunday. Num. Tu and 71 dully rvri'ii, Hiimliiy. II. SI. Ttmn, Aiti-nt. OTTTfTTTTTTTTTTnTTTT?TT7nTTTTiTrf!T!TTT fTTTTm LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Interpstiua' Items of Bowen aucl Vi"""'y N "Tim Moiihlu Dump Srtiuii lioani Von will need mm tu handle the clouhle coin crop this full. Sold ) y Hie "I'limp Man." "The Iliuiily IIok' Drink," liest on earth, for nalo liy .1. S. Crosslaml, "The. J'tnti) Man.'' Tim U'aliasli Co. i.s having Block tiheds liuilt at Hid yanlti hero this week, an Imnrovemuhl that will Im appreciated by shippers. One Sprinu'lield Traction Engine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

THE BOWEN CDROMCLE. W. II. MOWLAM), I'nhlUlier. I'.OWEN. ILLINOIS, 7 V of n rnilj 1 f i Companies to manufacture peat briquettes have been organized in several counties of Massachusetts anil will soon be turning out 3,000 tons daily each. The machinery for the purpose was made in New York, Pitts burg aud Detroit, i- i A result of the coal famine that ha not been tliought of will be a very large exodus of northern people to the south this winter, and partieullarly to that section below Charleston and through Florida, where tha risk of uncomfortably cold days during the average winter is very slight. Some conception of the great extent of the industries of the northwest may be formed from the statement that 2,000 cars will be needed for the shipment of shingles to the east. There was a time when tho east was able to supply its own shingle market, but thut time has been left far behind. From the ambit ions, energetic, south nnd southwest, which contain some of the richest and most frui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

, . . , THE BOWEN CnRONICLE.l W, II. NWWLAND, I'nlillHlior. ISOWEN, : I 1 ILLINOIS. THE WAY OF IT. I little .liild, he nobbed and crLed, Hccnuse he could not have tho moon. His kind nurse, to console him, lied And! said she'd gut It pretty booh. But still above It shone serene; It throw Its beams, his window throuah ml mocked hlm with Its silver sheen, And seemed to say: "I'm not lor you." It was so fair, so round and bright t That still for want of It he wept. They had thnt trouble every night Until he sot tired out und slept. Tonr little curly-headed lad! To be drnled1 so slight a boon! It reiiily was almost too b.id lie could tut have that pretty moon. Elut time rolled on, he wlsergrewWhen childhood passed and boyhood came. lie did not want the moon he know Quite well he could not have the same. Cut now he has another plan, And time will prove to him Its worth; Now grown to bo a whiskered man, 1: seems as If he wants the earth. -Chicago Daily News. "Duty First" An Episode at Sea ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 October 1902

-Til r7 jT') pwi.M"-i p p" sjrfi f ""' u, fl jj . v L. ; j . 1 I r in GIVE ME MO. S "Hello, is this No. 89 ?" "Yes." "This is 92. Will you be at home next Saturday?" "Why, no. I am going to attend Eells' Bread Baking Contest and Pumpkin Show." "I am awful glad you spoke of it. I expect to win one of the prizes, myself. Good bye." AT OUR SECOND ANNUAL BREAD BAKING CONTEST, The following are the prizes to be awarded which are interesting housekeepers and farmers. Bread! Bread! Bread! The following prizes will be Riven for Bread made of AA L Warsaw Flour First Prize 100 pounds or flour Second Trize 75 pounds of flour Third Prize 50 pounds of flour Fourth Prize 25 pounds of flour fiS-AU Prizes will be Awarded by Competent Judges Pumpkin Pies Like Mother's : For the largest Pumpkin entered for exhibition at Our Store on the above date we will givo the following prize.: First Prize Ono Sack of Flour, choice of following brands AA L, Pillsbury, Golden Eagle, Crosby's Best, Eclipse or Swing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 5 December 1902

V i -, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1902. VOLUME 12. NUMBER 44 in THE SAME TO ALL Buy your Holiday Goods and Xmas Presents from the store that has the crisp, snappy bargains for wideawake buyers. Opened and Ready, Dec. 1st. Our holiday assortment is replete with all the novelties that go to make a first-lass stock in line of Toys Fa goolts, Novelties I ' V.. A cloudradiant snarklin Ml ods, Notions. Christmas beauty values and (prices 1 i ,1 lit . I vies wity- i l,t lull ll'il luv-' u. Bowen. iU'jiois. MUSIC IN THE .COUNTRY SCR WIS. By caimme 8. mwhu, How to Sntroduce music into the rual schools iis ne of the important ques- , tioiis confronting the 'educators of to day. Having beenireaned myself in the music and confident 'that I recognized and appreciated 'the weeds of the coun- . 'try pupils, 1 began six years ago the -work of teaching 'music in the rural :Bchools of Peoria -"Bounty, III. That I may help widen the interest and increase .intelligent effort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 5 December 1902

CArARRH OF LUNGS. A Prominent Chicago Lady Cured by Pe-ru-na. Miss Map-gle Welch, secretary ol the Betsey lioss Uduontion.il and Benevolent Society, writes fi'om 328 North SUite street, Chicago. 111., the following' glowing words oJcerning XPrruna: . "Last fall I caught the most severe cold I ever had In my life. I coughed rtitfht and dny, and my lungs and threat became so nore that I was in great distress. All cough remedies 1 m L J 1 LESSON in AMERICAN HISTORY in PUZZLE Miss Maggie Welch. ntod me, and nothing afforded L : i'i i . . -. jt'i unm my cioctor snia rather i guess i-eruna is tne onjy win cure you.' that I would certainly uiaieiy sent lor a hat relief came the I kept taking it :h gradually diminness left me. It is lch. fruna Medicine Co., for free literature UTE ECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of J See Facsimile Wrapper Below. MAJOR GEOIIGB WASHIXGTOX A.ND GOV. lmWlDDIU. Find a French Soldier. George Woshinerton became nromiiii'iir in ihn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 5 December 1902

, : ! i ? ' I f ) : ' ; : .- W. S, SEWLAND, ' ' Publisher. Published Evory Friday at BOWKN. HANCOCK COUNTY, ILL. ilCBauHiPTiiiN: Jl.no per your, In advance. If nut paid In advance. $1.!.'.". EntiTi'd In llio l'est Ofllce at TlnwiMi, 111., iim Hecond cliisH mutter. TELEPHONE NO. 6. Whon no tinio Is spccMcd, udvertlsrmcnta and local iiotl(M-s will l)i published until ordered discontinued. Oliltunry notices lull f ocul rates. FRIDAY, KOVKMBER a,.l!)02 , Prea'uk'iit Roosevelt's message is in keeping with his striking individuality. It is given in full on another The river towns tiro not digging n evorythiny they have for the projectors of the proposed trolley line. The people want to save a little for car fare later on when the ever rUing cadence of the coming trolley car dis turbs their peace and iiiet. When? they dig up. It has been given out that the ref erendum in tho matter of state and local legislation carried by a large majority. Now it is reported that the State Canvassing Boar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 5 December 1902

( 1? 4 ROLLING EARTH ROADS. Dpimrtmrnt of Awrlculture PuInU Out the Iinnortiini'i- of the Free I c- of the Holler. Where earth ronds arc to hp carea lor, the roller is an important imple ment. This is pointed out by W. U Eldrldge in a recent bulletin issued by the department of agriculture, lie calls attention to the fact that earth is composed of small frag' AN UNROLLED ROAD. merits which touch each other at certain points, leading voids between. Where earth is broken and pulverized, these points are equal in volume to the solid particles, and as a result, the earth will absorb almost an equal portion of water. In building or maintaining roads, it is therefore desirable that these small particles be pressed and packed into as small a space as possible, ir order tluft surplus water may not pass in and destroy the stability of the road. To this end, rolling is very beneficial. The work of maintaining earth roads will be greatly lessened by the proper use of the roller. After addition...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

BOWE Johnson Bros. Publishers CHRONICLE BOWiiN. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 35 What Started the War In the first a Servian Socialistjgot drunk and killed an Austrian noblt- . man and his escort (or may be it was in his consort.) Anyway it was some sort. Austria then got under the collar over the incident and said to Servia: "See here, now we don't want that rough stuff. . I want to be a fatherjto you. Come into the woodshed," . Russia was peeping through the fence when she heard the converse sation, and seeing what was going en, said to Austria. "Don't you dare to touch that child, he's my kid and, anyhow, you'd make a hell ef lookln' daddy," You've got another think coming," answered Austria. "I don't like the color of your eyes, anyhow, and your feet don't track besides, and I can lick you with one hand tied." j "Bnlly boy," says Wllhelm, of Germany. "If you can't lick him I can, and by gosh I'll do it. I can lick anybody; I can lick everybody. We'll take him...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

THE BO WEN G, BOWEN, ILL. Tfovclized from Eugene "Walter's Dratiaby flie saracnamfl ILLUSTRATED WfflromffDOTMEffi) mvri ml run ac ' su f- te CHAPTER.XXI. Brand, the Immutable. That Brand, despite all appearances, had deliberately sold Reynolds out, was not certain. But In Dick's mind there was no douht about It. He saw, or imagined an ulterior motive that made li a reasonable conclusion, but he darpd not reveal his suspicions to Hob. Dick haa lever believed the millionaire persisted lr his excursions to Staten Island'' merely for financial benefit tq. either Hob or himself. He arcpujYfed for Brand's first appearance n the grounds of self-interest and the subsequent visits he attributed to In terest in Mrs. Reynolds. That he could be so penurious as to actually scheme to get back the stipend he had meted out to Bob did not appeal to Dick, either. For, whatever the amount was, the young writer knew it was but a stipend to Brand. He believed that the capitalist wlBhcd to crush Reynolds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

Pay? 't l What Do YOU Some men, thinking to economize, pay 5 cents for cigarettes. 1 hey might enjoy real quality, if they real izedthat20FATIMAS would cost them only 15 cents. .20 : , i aasVl aVrJ j s For Testing ,.lr.,T.T HiKDV Foih f, MuH . tvi rafu mas ; If-" flvlorom, early baarlnf, htavll toiUf v iIUoh. clean hearted, jona Iliad treea. To nruva thstlr wi.rth wa Kn t Urafta (rooted) for testiuf. If will at-nd lOo to help oovar onrt Ht tolls, SVKRULAKINfl RTIUWtUUb RIBB, .. FKXI. Writ tod.. AGENTS re maklnsT bis money aellinaour com b I n atlon Elactrlc I. m n and Lantern to their friends. Every farmer needs aaveral. Absolutely safe no flame cheap and easy to operate. Bis profita! Quick saleat Two cent stamp brings full particulars. Write agenta' dept. today. HDIU1 SIM SWli (fkd.lt), Mt i OtitUKi Sit, 0aj, IH CIIPPECC In life depends Tffinn YIBIIIC VUVUH upon th. right I UUIB aalecUon of the line of work or profusion you are naturally adapted to. Our acientific method of delinea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

THE BOWEN CHRIO ICICLE BO WISH, THE BOWEN CHRONICLE Bowen, III., JAN.. 28. 1915. John boh Bros Editors and I'ublibbers a tlKipnat offlc. at Bowen, 111, aa econa clat.s matter. t , . . . Crd of thanks 50 eents. . . Resolution) of reipeet $1.00. Unless otherwise indicated It is presumed that subscriptions art desired to fee continued until ordered stopped nd 11 rrwrftges paid. A minister in a email town, who probably had the tisuai dif ficulty in getting his salary after ha had worked hard to earn it, jait before making a change to another field addressed his con relation as follows: ' "Dear friends, you don't love me be cause you don't pay my salary. You don't love one another be- causa there are no weddings, and God doesn't want you because aobodly 'does. Now brethren, I have been appointed chaplain of the penitentiary in this state and this will be my' last "Sunday -.a-Bong you, I will 'preach Train the text, 'I go to prepare-a place ;for you,' after which the choir Will ing 'Meet ...

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