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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

r.l Simpson Bccretarystnu Heralds VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI THURSDAY, MAY 3., 190G. NO. 29 Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few days a bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. rriiiiunimniimmr : LOCALS : Wheat 75o to-day. .r Perry Hopper, ! the Cape, was In the city yesterday. Sheriff Gockel went to the Cape yesterday on buriness. ' Mrs. Copeland and son James went to Mississippi last Friday. Stock peas of all varieties can fee had at McAtee's Seed Store. Miss Lola Barringer returned to her home in Columbus, Ohio, Friday. Bargains on shirt waist pat terns at Reehan & Abraham store. Most of the boys that attended the J. M. A. this year will return in September. Wallace Brothers have the con tract for building DuRee Jones' house in West Jackson. ' Wanted Hogs at the highest market price. Phone 283, A. J. Flentge, meat market, Cape Gi rardeau. Miss Nellie Sawyer and Miss t ina T.mtr vialtarl nnr FVuitla.nd ftAiia - u . - - Yr yesterday. If you buy your groceri...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

K- the ;;;; arette and llllon currd lutely free from tEk uualneea rapacity and ronRdence of family and bualneee aval m. ansoctatea reroTcred. For full Information, consult or writ (Id conldeoce) OR. J. E. ILAINC, Manager, 2N)3 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. . For S yeara Chief of Medical 8ta t of the fceeley laatltne, Dwlght, 1 11. mom rTmNT row tobacco and nmuabthknia. l CENTRAL HOTEL, Jackson, Mo. I I W. F. SAWYER, Proprietor. 4 1 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TRAVELING MEN. 7 Smmmmmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmmmmmy H IF YOU WANT 3 & A DESIRABLE 3 BUILDING LOT in Jackson see L. G. IIOFFMEISTER, JACKSON, UO. amuiaiiiiUiUiUiaiiiiUiiiaiiiaiiuutiiiiiiuuiaauiiiiuu memoteed as to quality1 oat do more than yon are oor paying tor tho same .. ur1 we depend entirely upon their merit to ftoaure your fature orler. corwnHoptlr by (i virtu to tite dealer, aa by dealln dlrootlr with . frue prptulutnn we (rain new cuftomir woDieMiun ana rtMaiiers, wnicn - - premium and bones. Roods nt fair price. Because you Ht ml...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

A Utter From Emerson Green. Goldfield, Nev., May 20, 1906. Editor Jackson Herald. Dear Sir: As Itoi native of Millenrille, nine miles west jof Jackson, and have many relatives and friends in that locality who would like to hear of my escape from the San Francisco disaster, and perhaps learn of some of my experiences. I take this way, through the columns of your well known and popular paper, to as sure them of my safety, and will deem it a great favor if you wil print this letter. Of a certainty everyone has learned by this time of the hor rors of the earthquake and at tendant fire which destroyed the city. We were in the heart of the fire district and experienced them all, and you may take all the horrors that were published and double them and you could then know little of what we ex perienced. It was at 6: 13 sharp, for most eveVy timepieoe in the city stop ped at that hour. I was awak ened by the house rooking like a rocking-chair, with an occasion al jolt to one side; everything...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

Jackson Herald. KRl'VBLICAN IN rOUTTCS. B. F. LUSK l'VBUPHEit Rnterc at the ponMifflrr M Jrliin, at acond-clan matter NoTrobr 4. 1k Mo. Terms for the llEUALDare an fol ows: a rot one year 91 git month 50 Three month 30 Ofllc Kealdence. 142 Adyebtirino Ratkr: Locals 6c per line each insertion. Professional Card S jter year. LefMl Advertise ment lefral rate. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., MAY 31. 190B. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be heUl at Jefferson City, July L'tith. The Republican State nominat-1 inp convention will bo held at Kxcelsior Springs, May-31st. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson j the first Monday in February, ' May, August and November. I Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, j May, August and November. j Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Capo Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

Additional Local. to Shawnee from Alvin Bobb went town Tuesday. A. R. Byrd returned Texas yesterday.' "Dr. Glen Seibert of Egypt Mills was in the city yesterday. Uncle Geo. 8eibert of Shaw neetown is very sick Get on the water wagon and drink Milde's soda water. Get Dr. Shoop's Free Book on Rheumatism. Dr. Shoop's Rheu matic Tablets are sol by all dealers.- ' Company F met in Armory Hall Monday night and elected Welling Medley let Lieutenant and Albert Roloff 2nd Lieuten ant. Prof. S. W. Guess, teacher of English in the J. M. A. the past year, left for his home at Crider, Kv.. last Thursday. Mr. Guess will not teach in the school next year. While here he made many friends who wish him success wherever he may go. M. E. Leming, E. F. hardt, J. C. Stone, Fred, of the Cape, and J. A. Blutcher Sperling, Wm. B. Schaefer, Fred. E. Kies, Henry Puis and Edw. D. Hays of this MUSEUMS RARELY DECEIVED Imitation Fossils Are Quickly tcted by Experts of the In-atltutlona. De- WHITR'S Cream Vermifug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

The Jackson Herald II. P. I.ISK, PahlUhrr. JACKSON. MISSOURI. Our Forett Wealth. Ii recent years there has been much agitation concerning the waste of the timber of the United States, and there have been many promises that the control of it should ba handed over to the federal and statfl authorities. The division of forestry of the department ct agriculture has wrought much good In this direction, but much remains to be accomplished. The most distress ing feature la that the waste is most ly due to selfishness and want of fore thought The lumbermen have been working for years to lay waste the forests, and In spite of this there are thousands of acres of woodland which they have not thought worthy of their attention that affords a rich field for investigation. The trees which the lumbermen have taken axe nsastly the coniferous t'ecs, tho sugar plno and the redwood. And eo eager have they been in demolishing these trees that they have ruined superb specimens of trees which were of far...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

WASTED TO A SHADOW. But found a Cuit After Fifteen Yean of Suffering. A. H. StotU, messenger at the Stat Capitol, Columbus, O.. says: "Far fifteen yean rj. I had kidney trou-vf-'c bles. and though 1 doctored faithfully, could not f.nd a cure. I had heavy backaches, d t I T headaches and terri ble urinary disor der. One day I collapsed, fell In sensible on the aide- walk, and , then wasted away In bed for tea" weeks. After being given up, I began using Doan's Kidney rilla. In a couple of months I regained my old health, and now weigh 1SS pounds. Twelve boxes did It, and I have been well two years." Sold by all dealers. ,50 cents a box. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Kemp's Balsam Will stop can be i any cough topped by that .any medicine and core coughs that cannot be cored by any other medicine. It Is always " the best cough cure. You cannot afford to take chances on any other kind. KEMP'S BALSAM cures coughs colds, bronchitis, grip, asthma and consump tion tn llrst stages. W. L. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 May 1906

Hastened to Report "BilllnRcr," said Mrs. McSwat, In lettrnilned tons of voice, "I want you : no and look at that furnace." Mr. McSwat crawled out of bed, hrusl his feet Into his slippers, and went down two High is of stairs. Into the basement. lie returned In a surprisingly short pace of time. "It's still there, Lobelia," he said, trawling Into bed again. Chicago Tribune. TROPICAL OYSTERS. RESULT OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY HELD MAY 20, 190G. OULF COAST BIVALVES THAT ARE EATEN IN SUKMER. TOWNSHIPS trni CKEX mo cm uumu waif urn. turn IH1WKE iWFI e s Its Point Isabel Product Is La ritECINCTS What She Said. Young Wife I made theae biscuits myself, dear. What do you think of them? . Young Husband Why, my mother couldn't beat them Young Wife Oh, you flatterer! Young Husband With a club. Young Wife Oh, you wretch! Chi cago Dally News. Unique. Mr. Twaddles Why, Tommy, were you sent home from school to-day Tommy Twaddles No, ma'am. Ma Twaddles But you are home at least an hour earlier than you- ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

Ime . Jackson Mebmilid, vol. iX. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JUNE 7, !(. NO. 30 Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few day s--a bargain. Comeat once. D. KLEIN. t 1 r r 'a' I c? 3 U v v n L O Wheat ?5o to-day. Mrs. Brantley moved out from the. Cape last week. Get on the water wagon and drink Milde's soda water. Work on the foundation of the -new court house is moving on. Bargains on shirt waist pat terns at Heehan & Abraham store. U. N. Miller and family have moved from Jackson to Colorado, we are told. Special buggy sale at C. II. Wolter's, June 0th. Don't miss it. A. R. 'Byrd, Jr. and Hunter Byrd and wife of St. Louis, spent Sunday in Jackson. Wanted Hogs at the highest market price. Phone 283, A. J. Flentge, meat market, Cape Gi rardeau. Edw. D. Hays made a good address Memorial Day at the Cape. Everybody speaks well of it. Soda water season is here again. Deliveries made to all parts of the city.. E. Milde Bottling Works. Hugo Mueller and Will Byr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

KQTUf haa stood Hie te.t with aapernllel sure-era fur the Pt a yearn In rurln Ali-ohnll.tn, Morphine ami other drug-lining, , PPlOV1"""" nd T"(lavu hl,,,, n nerve ealiauuinn. Half V 1 "C y a million cured mm and women In the I'nluid State. 4WaT aw OUm TESTIMONIAL. Remedlen and treatment aro Intel fre from f f business cupaclt.v and ronRdencn nf family and business " aasorlaiee recovered. For full Information. commit or writs (In conldem-ei BR. J. E. IlilNE, Manager, 2tf Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. For I years Chief of Medical 8taff uf tne Keeley In.lltue, Dwlght. til. Homm TmTmMT rom tobacco amo NmuA9TnmiA. -n tLmliti H Qiiity Utautim "CM fWend Tools" Every man lath cartain pleasure la tht iih of good tools. Ha knew thai ha can depend upon them to do their work and do it wtIL In time a man will become attached to a food tool a to an old friend, to in irm pethr do they mm to become. Keen Kutter Tool are the kind of tool that become old friend. They are the dependable, long-service kin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmimmmmnimm 3 3 3 3 IF YOU WANT , A DESIRABLE BUillDtNG LOT in Jackson see L. C. IIOFFHEISTER, JACKSON, no. 3 3' 3 iiuiuiuiaaiiuiiiuiiiumuuiiimmiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiaiuiuui LUMBER, LATHS, CEMENT and all BUILDING MATERIAL at HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, CHAS. tf . HENDERSON, Prop., Wwt Main Street, Jackson, M. I m II H LINIMENTS ( KING OF ALL LINIMENTS A (( CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN ( II ayw I IgtSStS old !, auto m MM, BftCaaoNI, UMUOO, II .II nC.3 srir. jowts, ooniMTii muiLt, araaiaita If av waw m aanaj aw mhi, om iwiuri if unu inli, mini . . I I mi. aaaaia. imm, OHiiauMaa, in au. iwuumuihw of nu o hut. HEAD THIS REMARKABLE CURE I I I "X waa much afflicted with rheumatism, write! I It M.C.Nnd.IowaTille.SedrwickCo..In&a."ffoiiiff Jj II about on crotchet and anffering a great deal of pain. II If I waa induced to try Ballard'a Snow Liniment, which II I I CRBATE3T LINIMENT I EVER USED ; hare rec- I "X waa snitch afflicted with rheumatism, writea Ed. C. Nad, Iowarille, Sedg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

Jackson Herald. j nnruBLicAN in poutics. B. F. LUSK l'viiutuiEK (mmc at Oil- ponloftirr nt .Inckvnn Mo. as oond-r matter November 4. lev,. Terms for tlie Hekalo an- a fol- ,0W8: at on rnr one vtar. i.ou fill months Three months .50 .30 OKrr Residence.. . 14 141 Advertising Uatks: Locals fie per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per venr. Lefral Advertlp nient vpi rates. IiKpliyad rate made known on application. JACKSON, M()...U'NK7. 1W. CONVKXTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 20th. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. 1'robate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY." (Ol'NTY lUUKITOHV. Fred. K. Kie representative H.rnliard Um-ki-l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

- Cousin Bill's Correspondence By BZRTA RUCK HIS LETTER TO HER. New Haven, Conn., Jan. 15. My Dear Madge: Hera are the snap-shots I promlMd you. I devel oped them tie day I cot back. I hop , you are all right I enjoyed my holi day at Christmas very much, thanks to your keeping things lively all the time. The only part I didn't like was being chaffed about Mollies engage ment Of course I laughed and tried to take no notice, but I did mind, j Especially mother's saying that she thought I was so devoted to Mollle, and wondered I took It so calmly. 60 I was, and so I am now, and I'd give anything to see that fellow out of the way. The other day I was reading one of her letters through, and I must say t blame her a little. Anyone would say If they read them that she not only encouraged me, but led me dis tinctly to understand that she cared about me. I am sure all her people thought so too, for I was the first to be told of her engagement Although I care so awfully for that girl. I think...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

' TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Womin Who Ban Suffered Tolls How to Find Belief. 1 ne laouwtnua in wtuuru uu ouuwi backache, languor, urinary disorders nnd other kidney Ilia, will find com fort In the word of Mrs. Jane Tar roll, of 606 Ocean Ave, Jersey City, N. J., who ays: "I reiterate a'.l I have said before In pralso of Doan'a Kidney rills. I bad been having heavy backache nnd my general health was affected when 1 began using thera. My feot wore swollen, my eyes puffed, and dizzy fpells were frequent. Kidney action was Irregular nnd the secretions high ly colored. To-day, however, I nm a well woman, and I am confident that Doan's Kidney rills have made me so, and are keeping me well." fold by nil dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NEAR TO NATURE'S HEART VThcro No Thought of Sordid Busi ness Mars the Value of the Scenery. A $73.CP0 automobile rolled through tlie $r.0,000 bronze gnus and up the t3r,0U0 winding nvenue to the $:0, 000 marb'.e steps, relates the Ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

TEOTn 0? FIT IT. She "I think Mrs. Nowcombe Is so wept, don't yout You cnn read her character In her face." Ho "Yes, If you read between thn lines." "Yes, I'm colng In for tenrhlng." "Going In for teaching? Whjr, I would rather marry a widower with half a dozen children!" "Bo would I but Where's the wldowerT" "Well, Emily, did you have a good tltn at the masked ball?" "Oh, I bad a splendid time. I mads my husband dress up as a knight In heavy armor, and he wasn't able to budge from one spot all night" Mr. Tubbs "Well, Dobble, how' does your sister like the engagement ring I gave bcr?" Bobble "Well, It's a bit too small. She bas a bard job to get It off In a hurry when the other fellows call." She "Ob, that's the great prima donna, Is It? Js she famous because of ber voice or her acting?" He'Nelther, but she bas a motor ao cldent regularly every week, and that keeps her nams before the public." Badn't Changed at All. 1 Patience That long-hatred man with the diamonds, at the piano, I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 June 1906

Schumer Springs. June 6, 190fi. Kwtor Herald: This town is destined to make a big place on the map of Perry County, and indeed of Southeast Missouri, in the near future. Things are progressing nicely here along the line of improve ments. The hotel is n earing completion and when finished will be a credit to -the plaoe and the country. Mr. Clippard went to St. Louis to-day to assist the manager, Mr. Enright, in selecting the fur niture. It will be opened to the public about July 1. Two of the cottages are about completed and two others are nearly so. These are rented as soon as finished. The springs laid in granitoid, nicely shedded and graveled present an inviting appearance: to the weary, worn invalid, a9 well as to those in robust health, seeking a cool and refreshing draught of "aqua pura." One of the remarkable qualities of this pure, unadulterated "ale of Adam," is that one can take large quantities of it without feeling that depression and over distension that comes from the o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 June 1906

OHeisailib.k Time .Jackson .71 fl CIRCULATION 1026. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1807 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE U, 190G. NO. 31 S' LOCALS : JLJUUL8JI. 9 8 HI I fJUUUtJLBJ iJ Wheat 75i today. Dr. R. T. Henderson went to 8chumer Springe Tuesday. O 1 J..4.:.. In Qt'wat tfnfnl yj real reuuuvivii in nan at Morgan & Ranney's. A 1350 lot will be given away free at Cape Girardeau June 30th. l Bargains on shirt waist pat ; terns at Reehan & Abraham store. Be at the (fiddle and sing) contest at Caps Girardeau June 30th. Aug. Goyert of th Cape was in Jackson, last Saturday on business. Wanted Hogs at the highest market price. Phone 283, A. J. F'lentge, meat market, Cape Gi rardeau. ' Mrs. Frank Mogler and chil dren are visiting in Bloomfflld this week. Soda water season is here again. Deliveries made to all parts of the city. E. Milde Bottling Works. Von Priest and wife and Sam Peterman and wife went fishing in Cane Creek Tuesday. For Sale Five thoroughbred Beagle h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 June 1906

The Jackson Herald II. r. I.t SK, rulill.hcr. " JACKSON, MISSOURI. It Is the cart bacteriologist thai Mtches the germ. Switzerland produces St. Bernard! and 1,780 different brands of sausage. John Sharp Williams, tho democrat le leader of the house, writes pootrj lor recreation. Tho name California first appeared In nil anonymous Spanish romance published In 1510 Manifestly tho donma regaids ttknse of the c.nr with tho Bamo fee! Im;s that animate the sultan when Ik gets a fresh hatch of ultimatums. A South Carolina woman has pre set . '.d a gourd to Speaker Cannon foi drinking purposes, not knowing that the :'!;nols custom Is to drink direct from the Jitr. Kaiser Wllhelm Js withdrawing his attention from European politics while he larrups the German athletes fo, the phenomenally poor showing; In the Olympian Ramos. Judge Grlnnell, of New York, has dismissed the case of ft citizen arrest ed for hit tins an end seat hot?. It Judge Orlnnell doesn't seo what he wants Just let him ask fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 June 1906

5? THE SPENDERS A Tale of tieThard Generation Tif HARRY LEON WILSON ' 1 ' Copyright, bjr Lothrop Publishing Company. CHAPTER L THE SECOND flF.NERATION 13 HE MOVED. When Daniel J. Bines died of apo plexy in his private care at Kaslo Junction no one knew Just where to reach either his old father or his young son with the news of his death. Somewhere up the eastern slope of the Sierras the old man would he leading, as he had long chosin to lead cafti summer, the lonely life of a prospect or. The young man, two years out of Harvard, and but recently back, from n extended European tour, was at loma point on the North Atlantic coast, beginning the season's pursuit Of hnpplness as he listed. Only In a land so young that almost the present dwellers therein have made It might we find Individualities which So decisively failed to blend. So little congruous was the family of lllnes in root, branch and blossom, mat it might, indeed, bo taken to picture an enlc of western life as the romancer wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 June 1906

Jackson Herald. RKrlTBI.lCAN IN roLlTIC. B. F. LUSK I'iiu.imiku Kntercc lit Itir imntodliT m Jki-mwhi. Mo, a. icond-rlH ouiiur November 4. If.. Terms for t ho Hkkai.o are hiI- 8li month .! .'SO Three months 30 . OfflP Baaldence. : ! -r ! . . T 1.. A.. rr linp i-neh Insertion rroipssionni iSirrt Fi ner vrnr. LobtiiI Advert!!1 nipnts leiral'rates. lilnnlnyad rntes made known on npiiliratlon. JACKSON. MO , JI NK 14, 190H. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2Cth. Republican Ticket. STATK TICKKT. Supci iiiU'lulflit of 1'ulilie Srliools JAM KS U. WHITH llailri'iul and arflKniM'('oin;iiiioiicr KDWAKD V. FLNTGK riinprossinaii 1 4t 1 1 liistrict W T. TYNDALL COUNTY TICKET Itrpresenlat Ive FRKDKKICK K. KIL-S SI io l ill' BKRNHARD GOCKKL Colltrtor of t lit' lleveline clakknck l. l.kaxt I'rowrul intr Att 'lin v C'HAKLI-.S 11. DAUF.S ('! rk of tin- ('(flinty Court FKKDKR1CK UOYFRT ( 'lei k el t lie ( in uit ( 'cm t JOHN K. COTXKK t'li rk of tin'...

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