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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 August 1875

Poetry. THE MODEL MAN. fhere lived a model man of Tore, Who always did exactly right; He never drank, nor lied, nor swore, And never stayed out late at nlglitl He made no beta; he played no game; To him all women were the same; He never know what homes rau In truth he waa a model man t Kow, with UiU model man of yore ,-, . The wicked world did not agree; ; ills neighbor! voted him a bore, HU friends a man of mystery. , He found himself accused of Crimea Not to be mentioned In those rhyme, Until blind Justice laid her ban And rope upon this model man. flo, in tills model man of yore, A moral and a warning soe: A little lesa not something more Than angola must, we mortal) be. live while you llvel Bmofcgood cigarel Drink dry champagne I Twang gay guitars I And be aa virtuous as you can But do not be a model man. THE MODEL MAN. Historical. A CENTURY OF HAPSBURGS. Thfl recent death of that old dormouse the Emperor Ferdinand of Austria, who has been hybernating in ease and com fort and ob...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 August 1875

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. StfhJ ??,MoKeiml.ir..l..n tfNMrr of lium Caul. tf 4 flM' . t .uluilr?Uimca for taxation," Mardi ly, . j J J f! t :' i. H I . l I ' 1 .. : ... .'-. v ! U. miii n.ii'1 !iii.,Wniii;ri'. ' No. 01' llilusS ho, of iioosj NO. OF 1IOI1HKM. paurt-ATTU Nll.MUUJUC 1 i I . , M COl'NTIES. 1871 1870 1874. 1S7S, 1871. 1875. I ( 1874. 1875. ,1871, 1875. AclaiM Allen Ahlnil ANhubula A Hi win Aiixlttlzu Ilcliuout Hrowu Butler airroll...-....:.... Champaign. ... CliirKo Clermont ' ( Union Ailumblant.... (bsltocton (raw ford ,.. Coyahoga Iiarko.. ., iH'lianw i.. Delaware Krie Kuirlicld Kiiyette Vru.:!llu ..... r miiHi. tillllia.... !t'auga.. tirueno,.... 4iuuniMiy Hamilton.. 11 uncock ... Ilanllii Jlurri moil.., llcary Highland.. Hocking llolmia..... : Huron t,..,. Jat'kwm .... Jctt'cnon... Knox Lake Lawrence Ucklng 1ogan I drain Lucas Madison Mahoning. Marion Medina MuigH Mcri'tr. ...... Miami Monroe Montgomery... Morgan Morrow. i. MusKlligum ... Noble.-.., Ottawa ... I'aiiMing IVr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

VOL. 42. NO 10. CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 12, 1875. a. McGregor & son, uousur The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weber of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt -for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. Brown, who was in jail at New Lisbon for burglary at East Liverpool, got out last Friday while the jailer was removing an insane prisoner upstairs. Haves has been holding several meet ings and must begin to see that things for him are rather hazy. This is evident from the way the people do not turn out to hear him. Our latest advices from Ohio, and from Republican as well as Democratic sources, are that Allen will probably be elected Governor by from 25,00010 30, 000 majority. N. r. Sun. Correct. The Dayton Journal says that while Hannibal Sherman may have been wrong on the 5-20 bond question in 1868 he in "sound" now. The bankers and bondholders indorse him now. Mo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Political. Senator Thurman. His Speech at Mansfield, Ohio. MANhiKiK, July 31. -Senator Tltur uun addressed a Democratic, inuelinu here (his nlU'inoon. Ho was introduced liy the President, Colonel B. iiuriis, in a tan minutes speech. The weather was juVasant. Mr. Tliurman said : Mr. Viw'i'Nf and Fellow-Citizen We mrv&l the commencement of a political rmnpiign of mure than usual importance. 'I'wo years air the Democracy carried Ohio liv u small minority. That victory preserved the organization of the party and made other Democratic victories poa wble. It was the forerunner of the more m tended triumphs that have since been achieved. l.iu-t vear a tidal wave, as it lias heen called, passed over the Kepub lie. More than twenty States, from the nii.Kt nowerlul to the smallest of our com inonwealihs, recorded their condcmna itionof the party in power. New York, whose wealth and population have con ferred upon her the name of "The Em pire Mate," gave an opposition majority of over fift...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Poetry. A TALE. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. In nedtieval Rome, I know not whew. . There rtood an image w'th lt rm In air, ' And on id lifted flnircr; shining clear, ' k .u.. rino ailth thn duvlce. "Strike bei' !" Greatly tbe people wondered, though nonogue"ed The meaning Uiat these wordi but half cxpre-sed, Until a learned clerk, who at noonday With downcant eyes wu pawing on his way, Paused and observed the spot, and marked it well Whereon the shadow of the anger fell, And coming back at midnight, delved and found A secret stairway leading underground. Down thti he passed into a spacious hall, Lit by a flaming Jewel on the wall ; And opposite a braien statue stood With bow and shaft .threatening attitude. Upon its forehead, like a coronet, Were these mysterious words of men ace sot : "That which I am, I am ; my fatal aim None can escape, not even yon luminous flame I" Midway the hall was a fair table placed, Willi cloth of gold, and golden cups enchased With rubles, and the plates and kni...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Thb Democrat Is furnished to subscribers atf2 jeryear; tl for it months; (Illy cenw lor three taonths, Invariably In advance. Cokbkhpondknck, containing Important ncw, ollcited from all part of tlie county. Writers Mine and address required on every communlca Ion as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per une per year, no aid Inserted for less than three dollar per year. Bodiless Notice In Item columns on fifth page, userted for ten cents per Hue each Insertion. If nserted in reading matter, twenty ccnta per line. No notice will be inserted for 1cm than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cosh. Aov BUTisKM knts, to Insure insertion, mud be handed in by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McOREOOR A SON, Canton, Ohio, The Democr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Business Items. DR. BIVENBURQII' ', ill 1 at the Ogdon House to cure Stammering until August Hth. Call If you wish to be cured FOR SALS. A good Piano, ehoap. Hart bargain, Enquire I at this ofllce. , " GET THE BEST." "The best U tho cheapest," li an old and truo maxim. Tlie best artiole for thoao needing s)ieo; tacles or aids to sight Is tbe"Dlamond Spectacles.' Every 'jpalr la stamped with the diamond trade mark. For Bftlo In Canton by Deublo fe Bro. , ' - PUTNAM SEMIS ARY FOR YOUNG LADIES AT IANESVILLB, OHIO. The fall term of this Institution will cominonce September 9th, under tho supervision of Rev. E Buckingham and wife. Circulars can be bad on application to the Principal, ZuiWiVillo.O., July 17th, W5. FOR SALE OR TRADE. The undersigned wishes to sell his property near the Canton depot, and located on Tenth and Cher ly street. This Is a valuable property, with four buildings thereon, and will bo sold entire or In ithroe parts. Said proporty will be traded for a good farm. For ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Poetry. "OLD CAMBRIDGE." BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. At the Dinner in Memorial Hall, July 3, 1875. [From the August Atlantic.] And can It be you've found a place WlihlD this consecrated space, Which makes no flue a show, For one of Rip Van Winkle's race ? And ts It really so? y ho wants an old, receipted bill 7 Who Ashes In the Frog pond still T Who digs lsM year's potato-hill ? That's what he'd like to know 1 . 1 came but as the swallow dips, Just touching with hor leathor-tlps The shining wave below, To sit with pleasure-murmuring Hps, And listen to the flow Of Klmwood's sparkling Hlppocrene, To tread once more my native green, To nigh unheard, to smile unseen, " Thai's what I'd have you Know. But since the common lot I've shared (We all are sitting "unprepared" Line culprits In a row, Whose heads are down, whose necks are bared To wait the headBinau's blow), I'd like to shift my task to you, By asking just a thing or two About the good old times I knew ; Here's what I want to know ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

Poetry. A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Where, where are all the bird that sang A hundred years ago T The rlowors thai all iu beauty sprang A hundred years ago? The 11 that smiled, The vcn that wild 111 flannel (hone Soft eyes upon : , Where, 0 where are lips and eye, The maiden s smiles, the lover's signs, That llvtd so lung ago? Who peopled all the city streets A hundred years ago? Who filled the chureh with faces meek ' A hundred years ago T The sneering tale Of shter frail; ' The plot that worked A brother's hurt: Where, 0 where are plots and sneers, The poor nian's hopes, the rich man's fears, That lived so long ago ? Miscellaneous. THE LIFE OF AN INVENTOR. OF THE SEWING MACHINE, WAS A STROLLING ACTOR. Many ftears ago, in what may be called the earliest ravs of the theatrical proles sion in the United States, Cornelius A Logan was the manager of a company of strolling actors. They traveled from village to villagein a large wagon which held the actors, their wives and children, "props" and...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 August 1875

The Democrat. Ex-State Trkasi'hkb Pahkkk of South Carolina, who escaped from jail hint week, was recaptured in Camden and brought buck to Columbia in irons.' Cow'lktk returns indicate that the Convention in Alabama is carried by 10,500 majority. Debates elected num ber Democrats 81 Independent Demo crat (I, Republican 13. Stkanoe as it may seem, the thieves who stole a package of money from the United States Treasury some months ago have been arrested, Exchange. But the "thieves" of the Indian ring of the Washington City ring, Ac, that have stolen their millions hare not been arrested. . Bucyri'S FeitUM : If the Republicans arc earnest in their doctrine of contrac tion of the currency, why do they not contract ('.rant's salary? That would be contraction of the right kind. It would cause the hearts of forty millions of peo ple to rejoice. ' 1 Jons Siikhman, the Ohio Senator, is a preat financier. No doubt of it, He went into the United States Senate a few years since not worth a furt...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

.:XZ -i- . I in VOL. 42. NO 11. CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 19, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, tuMsher if. w ii The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Webek of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr, Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. ' The Democrats in this State are gen erally making strong county nomina tions. 1 Republican leaders say "the country is suffering from too niuch money." We know of at least one firm not troubled in that way. The Ironton Democrat says Governor Hayes's speech in that place July 31st, "began with the 'Rebel yell' and ended with a tirade against Catholicism." Gov. Hayes owns one-third of a Na tional Bank at Fremont. It is not strange, therefore, that he champions the Na tional Banking system. There's money in it for him. In England a controversy is raging over the right of Dissenters to be buried in parish grave yards according to their own sty...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

The Democrat. WHAT HAS BECOME OF THE IMPEACHERS. 'Tbe one event In Andrew Johnson's ttife that still divides public sentiment, or Mtber prena sentiment, towurd him, is ithu impeachment. Very few of the men "who voted for impeachment remain in public life at all, and the eureers of all of Uiein in retronpei:t lurnmn impressive Jcwjons. The party of impeachment, to rutart with, has lost the country, and is on ate lant term of power probably forever. Andrew Johnson had been chosen to sit .sn tlie Senate that judged him; there to lind either that his judges had been re tired for were lingering out the residue of terinc, to which the last day will likely S (lie lust dav of their public life. Look at the record. The vote acquitting Mr. Johnson, it requiring two-thirds to con vict, was as follows: For conviction Anthony, Cnnierom iittM. Chandler. Cole. Conkline, Con- was, Frelinghuysen, Harlan, Howard, Howe, Wade, Morgan, Morton, Pomeroy, Kauisny, Sherman, Sprague, Stewart, Cor Jbit.t, Cni...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

Poetry. THE CALIF AND THE DEVIL. THE CALIF AND THE DEVIL. AN ORIENTAL TALE. ApiouBCalifunawaro, Wu sleeping past the hour of prayer, When, ofasuddon, Satan camo And woKe him up "In Allah'i name, Arise I " be nald, "and go and pray; The dawn is deepening Into day, And itlll thou Uest here In bed 1" "And who are you?" the Calif said; "No matter who or whatm I," The Btranger said, In curt reply; "'Tis quite enough for thee to know My counsel'! good: so, prithee go Btralght to the moBque; nor longer Btay Bleeping the sacred hour awayl' ' "Your aola seem kindly meant, I own, n,. r.Mt said: "but in your tone There'B something wrong; me thtuits I hear In that the Devil s mocking sneer; And then, despite your words of grace, Pardonl I do not like your facel" "Mere fancy, slrol" the stranger said, (Tossing in Bcorn his haughty head;) "Believe me, though I'm not a saint, I'm not the beast that beldams paint With hoof and horns and swinging tail, To turn the cheeks of children pale; (A copy of...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

TbiDbmocbat la rurubliwlto lulwcribent t per year, $1 for el momh; ttfty cnU for Uiree xnonlhi, Invariably in advance. CoBRMTONDKNi, conulniug Important new,i ollciUxl from all part" of county. J Writer me and ailure required on every commuulca ion at a private guarantee of good faltli. v jtiiAtnAui rw mm dollar ncr line per year. No rd Inserted for lens than three dollar per year. iBunlneNt Notice In Item coluraiu on flfth pago, nerU)dfor ten cent per line each Insertion. II -DMerted In reailln mailer, l"1 et,llui I" 11,16 No notice will be Inserted for leas than fifty cents, Yearly advertisers allowed Uie privilege of banging lln-lr iKlveitiwuieuu quurwny. . rouble column advertisements 25 pit cent, ad ditional. AUtramli'M ' adverilkeWnU must beacconipa- aled with the cash. V ! ! AnvitiimK.MKNTs. h Insure Insertion, mut be banded In by Wednesday noou. 1 ; ' Katea of advertising furnished oil, application Address allcoimnuolcallono to A. MtOKKOOn 4 SON; ; : Canlou, Ohio. The Democr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

Business Items. FRUIT STAND. A. J. Smith hasoponed ft fruit stand drat door Bast of Ebonole's. reachesapplea Ac, furutahod to families la large or small quantities, at reason able rotes. Give me a call. , ' . FOB SALE. A gool Piano, cheap. Karo bargain, Enquire at this cilice. . , .. , ' t ' . Din and Charley havo repaired and refurnished and made their shaving and hair dressing parlor the most olegant place In the city. Second floor Richard's block. . , j ' l 'i i " r- r I'1 v., , ' , '' ()ET TUB BEST" , j " The best Is the cheapest," In an old and two maxim. The best artiole for those needing spec; taclc or aids to sight Is tlio ''Diamond Spoctaclcs.' Every pair Is stamped with Uic diamond trade mark. For sale In Canton by Dcuble & Bro. PUTNAM SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES AT 3ANKSVILLE, OHIO. The fall term of this Institution w IU commence Beptembor 9th,' under the supervision' of Eov. E' ' Buckingham and Wife. Circulars can be had on application to the Principal, Zancwrlllo, 0 J...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

Poetry. GRASSHOPPER-GREEN. Grasshopper Green Is a comical chap j Bo Uvea on the boat of fare; Brightllttle Jacket and breeche and cap These are hl summer wear. Out In the meadows he loves to go, Playing away In the sun; It's hopperty, sklpperty, high and low; Summer's the time for fun 1 Grasshopper- Green has a doeen wee boys, And soon as their legs grow strong, All of them join In his frolicsome Joys, Humming his merry song. Under the leave In a happy row, Soon as the day has begun, It's hopperty, sklpperty, high and low; Summor's the time for fun I GrasBhoppcr-Grcen bos a qualntllttlc house, It's under a hedge so gay; Grandmother-Spider, as still as a mouse, She envies him over the way. Darling, he's calling for you, I Know, Out in the beautiful sun; It's hopperty, sklpperty, high and low; Summer's the tune for fun I GRASSHOPPER-GREEN. Miscellaneous. POLICE SECRETS. Astonishing Testimony Before The Committee on Crime. [From the New York World.] The Assembly committee on Crime sat ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

Poetry. A REFORMATION. BY PARMENS MIX. Your surprised at my going to church, are you Joe? Well lt'i nevor too Ute to begin To loose tho shackles that bind us, you know, To the rack of convivial lin, My going at flrat was a little mlstako, For I hated the usual cry Bout the walliof the .lout lu the sulphurous lake, And regarded all sormons ai dry. 'Twas all upon Mary's account that I wont; Poor chlldl sho entreated mo so To leave oft" my dissolute ways and ropont, That to please her I told her I'd go Ai far as the door. But the usher exclaimed With a smllo, "I'm so glad you are hore." . 80 1 blundorcdon In, for I was ashamed To retreat after getting so near. And, Joe, whon they started tholr beautiful song, And Mary Joined In with the rest, A memory burled, 0 ever so long Rose warm as a tear In my breast, I remembered the time In my innocent youth, When my poor patient mother and I Together gave heed to the lessons of truth, In the dearest church undor the' sky. Her voice whon thoy s...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 August 1875

The Democrat. Tub Olio State camp meeting was be gun at Mansfield Wednesday. Tub body of N.S, Grimwood, who ac companied Donaldson on his last balloon trip, has been found on the beach of Lake Michigan. ' Hon. George II. Tendleton's appoint ment to speak In Canton is withdrawed for the present.. ' Hon. M. A. Faran and Henry Blnndy Esar. will address the people at Alliance Massillon and Canton on the evenings of September 1st. 2nd and 3d, respectivly. THE CANTON ALLEN CLUB Will meet at the Opera House on Thurs day evening, August 20, 1875. Speakers will be present. Let there be a full turn out. By order of Exkcutive Committee. The Rqxmtonj organs, edited by Lou schaefer, Bascom & Co., are assailing the Democratic county ticket. That was to be expected. Louschaefer and Bascom have been working lovingly together, po litically and otherwise. The old Reposi tory defends Schaefer's water works re cord, gas fitting business, Ac. Lovely pair! Hon. Rowell Marsh died on Monday night in St...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

' V. . l ". ' ' i ) - I ' I , i I; I 71! III. "M saW3 VOL. 42. NO 12. CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 26, 1875. . MeGREGOR & SON, huouskers The Democrat. HON. M. A. FOR AN, , of Cleveland, and Henry Blandy, Esq., Of Zamesville, Will address the people at Alliance on Wednesday evening, September 1st.'1' At Massillon, Thursday evening, Sep Umber jd. ' At Canton, Friday evening, September 3d. . . 1 . I ; i , ' r ; ' 'Turn out and hear these capable gen tlemen discuss the financial issues of the day. .' ' ' Thk Republican 'leaders and hewspa. pen of Ohio Hre fighting with den. era iion. They have abandoned the real te llies and fallen back upon lying and Know-Nothingism. Andy Johnson is the sixth member 0 the new Congress who has' been buried The others are Bufiinton of Massachu setts, Her.iey of Maine, Allen of New York, Head of Tennessee, and La Dow ofpregon. , : . In Guernsey county the Democrats and the Farmer's party have hitched to one ticket and expect to redeem that Republican strong h...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

Poetry. NIGHTFALL; A PICTURE. BY ALFRED B. STREET. ikiw burns Hie summer sIUtuoou ; And mellow lustre light the seeue ; Uiui from llAMiillliig beauty soon -(The purpling simile will chase the siieon. ', ' ' ' S:old quaint homestead i vlndovkblanS' The eedam long, black picture show ; Iwnailly shows n iwtli of rays TVilhlu Uie liaru, and make It glow. vHMlplVilarioui-oi.'atUitAt(' (.1 ' lake carving oh Aonie'gnawliig f"t- tftih ift!tthHJ tf ay and raftw bni' 1 )!. qihwcbU.K home of twsp ftiid bat. i in ' VJ ', Il ' iVlM .' ! 1 li.'fl !l Xawhf rlie. bti'Ue. saddle dart , , , ,n , .,, '; , djeani from the, lower, rough txpaiMe;,, , f '.lrilfc'rsidoUieauopngcart,. ,(, i , ' . . - . 1 . I ... ... tm.l. btunAd fltditora. auo puw r."".' ' J h ''WiiWD'ibbinthini'uKhtliCsiabied'oof ' ' ' iows his rotimfsnape';. faint color c6b'. ' "ittti nmnger,' where the farmer pours, " ' "' Vili rustling ralli,' (life glancing oats. ' kmhha' strikes We' dusty shed ; ' 1 flakes si esrs of seams and gem orc...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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