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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

VOL 6 Sliiner DEALER r SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDXfpAYliig iirTr r WBXaSa Real Estate DEAdBK LUMBER Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Gliddon and Waukcgan Barbed Cedar Fence Posts ougyy paints and brushes JBxy SroTjir Groceries iVlre Mountain Texas S5 A 0AR3STH1S Manager P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS jILDEER ALWAYS ON TAP He8S3 Sffl P8bePaiiBm8r DRUGS STATIONER Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty CI J H HBEBMER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS JNEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Ciimplete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines AIwuvh in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINSR T6XKS ty CITY BARBER SHOP < A O KOEPK13 l ropr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND CODD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 25c Shaving 15c Shampoo 25c Sjafoam lOo Sliixior Texas ended in the total defeatof Hoods army and the...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

me First Strike I nooks amid rural sights and September 5 may not have been sounds on Dr 0 O Snklers tin day sot aside by the laborers furra near ICyserlke Ulbtcr coun of FJminohs time nnd there may not have been organized trade unions in those days 1150 15 0 but Pliaraoh found the work in his Temple of Thebes effectually delayed by a strike and as serious a situation to face as ever a New England manufacturer had to confront The temple that was to astound the world and stand as a monu- ment to Egypts greatest king was under way Its graceful out- lines were well defined oven its gorgeous interior decorations were begun the alabaster wall Inlaid with jewels representing the fairest lowers on the banks of the Nile were nearing perfec- tion The masons whose magic hands were erecting this archi- tectural wonder received little cash but large supplies of food the lirst of every mouth These supplies were to last them a whole month Hut even thirty three centuries ago things went wiong in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

JV Ji d IS If 3 A WOMANS HEROISM I rrom the RigUlti Oazetttei Hutkford lit During tbe civil vnr ncmrly as much hero Jem wuBfhown by the women of our nation as by tbe btavo VoUUers Many a woman weeping for her dead Bon bound up tho wounds of hla BUuTeiln coimade rejoicing pv in their irMiXiP 7 stre ngth > J < ovenwuilo ij xi vr > v > = v forrowin g J frfa wnwwwT for tho one WhO WftB T gone At that time was lnid the found- ation for tho world On the Ttattlffleld famed or franlzaton Unown ns the Womans Hollef Corps whope old to the soldier of todav lighting apninst tho world for a living U no less notablo than tho heroism of the onrly 6iTs One of the most earnest members of tho corps nt Byron 111 ts Mis James llouse weart but illness once i ut a tton to her active work A year or to ogo wnen she was uparing QXty yearn of age tbe time when women tnuht be ma < tentful of their strength Mrs IJoiiRcwoart wn t taken seri- ously 111 The fninlly phvldan told her that she had lee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

FH6 + GHZSTTE hi il < n crv Woilnosduv bv I HAITRMACI1ER SIBSI ItlPTlON l ATKS leal postpaid Si 100 i t > 11 il at tin ShllieiTexnsJLost i i a i toml class miittci 8IIIHERTEX WED SEPT 14 1898 Tiif Fouith Texas stays in the First Cnvahy goes out and IRiinnNUi is not poverty say rather it is the thoiny road to wealth How Joe Bailly piedicts demo- cratic success in this years con- gressional elections in Texas Flouh has diopped 10c per bar- rel iojo has declined 1c pel pound and all hog pioducts are cheaper The big cimp at Chhkamauga has almost disappeaied Only five leg nvnts lemiin of tho largo army lately encamped thero BrAusniT tayB there is an en comaging oulook for all lines of business and Dun says the volume of business is tho largest evei known claims one of tho strongest and ablest pleas ever made in the inteiest of good government Lieut Thomas H Wheeler a son pf General Joo Wheeler was drowned while bathing in tho surf at Camp Wikoff His body was found on the beach next...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

< tu Aa f > it mt Vfl oix DiurCToity Mayor Treasurer Secretary Robt L E3ohonburg Lotus Wugoner Ed J Mair MDERMUN Louis Wugwr Ed P Woltors J II Haebner Ed J Merretn C B Welhuusen Tho City Council meets on the first Monday in overy month MEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 1898 lOCKUARl munch Train No 45 ai rives lroin Look hart at 1230 p in Triia No 40 arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p in waco branch Train No 41 arrives fioin Waco at h37 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum nt 221 p m LOCAL NEWS Rev Ail heart will preach at the B iptist church Mondiy night Go to G E Ruhrnanns for your fruit cans Just received a nico line of Neck Weai C H Flato New goods and new prices at- C Mueckes A fine lino of Clothing Hats Caps etc at C II Flatos Tho GAzrTTE a paper for tho people only 100 per year Cropmachcr gesucht 711 20 bis 25 acker F G WAUNKtN Mrs J E Mai tin went to Sweet Home last Saturday on a bhort visit to lolatives Mrs G E Ruhmann was absent in Schulenburg last week on a visit t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

THE GAZETTE rubllshcd Every Thursday by J C IIaheiimaciiiiii Editor and Pub SUllSCIUlTION EATKSi On j Year P33tpalil 1 00 rrtercd at the Shiner Texas pcatofflce asstcoul class mail matter Young ladies wild ait ctiiAous to linve their portraits published should not despair There are other warriors to come home who an willing to be hissed Colonel Ifoofiovelts neck is said to linve attained such rugged pro portions from his campaign at Santiago as to make it practical- ly impossible for him to wear a machine collar This is why the New Yorkers want lilm for gov- ernor Ionglhcil Jermnni It is interesting to recall the extraordinary longevity of the three founders of the German em- pire William 1 was ninetyone Jloltke was also ninetyone and Bismarck was eightytin ce Hut indeed all the most illustrious Germans of the latter half of the century have been long lived Ranke was ninetyone Curtius was seventytwo Momnikcn is eightyone The poet fleibel waa seventy Wagner was seventy Liszt seventyf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

iJ K Trcly Car and Locomotive Col- lide on a Bridge eOlTECN PERSON5 ARE DEAD Ufli Children Burntd to Death In Mtlcii naa County Iificcn Thousand Der- vishes Slaughtered Collided on n Ilrldsc An qppitlling disaster occurred on Labor day atCohoos N Y A trolley car with thirtyfivopasson gers was struck by tho night boat apodal of tho Delaware and Hud- son railway crossing at tho west end bridgo which connects that city with Lansiugblirg and its load of human freight was hurled into tho river Eighteen aro doad and sevoral others were badly in- jured Tho car was returning from a Lab orday picnic at a park near Troy It canio over tho bridgojladcn with a merry party of pooplo fresh from tho enjoy- ment of tho day The crossing whero tho accident occurred is on a grade Four tracksrrif ttho Del- aware and Hudson road which runs north and south at this point cross tho tracks on tho trolley road The motor car was struck in thocotiter by tho engine of the train which was going at a high rate of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 September 1898

rt rj CATTLE SALES W A Magnum of Uvalde to Woodlcy McCommon 7000 cowb fur delivery next spring no calves for 09 counted at 123 per head Albert Kenedy to D V Kirk patrick of Sm Saba 300 yearling steers nt if 15 Nicholas Duun to Vineyard it Walker of Eagle Lake > 00 heid twos and threes at 22 1 > It Austin to Vineyard Walk- er 210 head fours and lives at 30 J W Tiuiberlako to Vineyard Walker 500 head threes and fours prices not known but supposed to ho around 2750 H 13 Woodley to Burt and Iiaumgartner of Schu lonburg 3000 calves at 12 Mb ampbell Hubbard of Hobron ville to miliary Olaro of Beeville 500 yearling steers at 1250 Texas Stock Farm Journal The cattle exports from the lTuited States aro now amounting t i about 1000 head a day Wheth i r the cessation of the Spanish war will materially increase the export 1 jsiness to Europe is doubtful but i iere ought 10 be soon a very con uderablo tride withCuba and one 1I1it will take a class of cattle not ji od enough for the Europea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

II > DEALER IN > sr 33xy T ur Qroceries aaassEEaBk AT THE GHEHP t i mo 0 j OAI fcTES Manager PALACE I P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines CIGARS uors COOLFRESH DEER ALWAYS ON TAP J H OTEBlSrER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WO EKS BROS 3 OPS afflBiai DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty Beer SHINER TEXAS jA Complete fLine of Drugs and Patent Medicines 1 Always in Stoclj School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TBXKS A O KOKPIt E P oj Good Wovk and Polite Attestfoa HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outting 25o Shaving 16o Shampoo 25o Seafoam JOo Shinsr Tsxas TO THF VOiERS jOTriE TENTH 1 CONORESSIONAjl DISTRICT T Translated froni iho Svobode published at LaGreoge Teias by A Haidusek is Representatives fin congress ire the only nationavfoflicors that are elected by a direct vote of the people Every JtWo years the voters of every state in the union elect their representatives who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

THE GAZETTE Published ttvery Thursday by J C UAnmuiACKEit KiUtor and Tub SU153CRIPTION HAVES Oa Year p tpjiJ f 1 00 Entered at the Bfcincr Tesas ptctoifict ts second clan mall matter One of the new battle ships will be called the Mulne remember that Don Carlos seems to be taking a good deal of time to thiuk it over m It looks now as if Colonel Paty du Clam bad been caught be- tween bases Ilolland is making a greater fuss over one queen than the aver- age American makes over three or four A Now York paper says Kino New Haven girls want to marry a Yale college dude Well it might serve him right The war iu Cuba has developed a pretty big bill but General Shatter knows one big 15111 which it reduced about sixty pounds lnudo says the war is not over Will he magnanimously admit that a good beginning has been ninde by the Americans A local contemporarys head- line Dealers iu Itubber Meat furnishes n little food for thought even if the proof reader hnmdonc his work well It is said that Boss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

lb B S Private McScott Writes About the San Marcos Affair MAKES A SERIOUS STATEMENT 7SenMer Gray Has Detn Chosen as the Firth Mcniwer of the Peace Commis- sion and Accepted San Marcos Affair Texas soldiors at Camp Wiltoff say that tho half has not boon told James McScott of company D Third Toxas infantry 1ms written an articlo rolativo to tho alloged cruel trcatmont he claims companies D and M of tho fight- ing Thifd received on board tho San Marcos In substauco his story is that on Aug 22 undor command of Capti Abnor II Merrill of battery B first artil- lery they left Key West on tho San Marcos for Montauk Point Thero woro besides tho 200 Tox nns battories A and B 200 men and about 400 inclusive of the engineer corps hospital corps and sick and wounded from Santiago Says tho writer Wo were eursod and abused at Key West barracks but when wo boarded tho cattlo ship rooking with tilth and slime our sufforing was in- creased tenfold The supply of rations loaded at Key West was insutlic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

f ftA i Mt rrjivawof h > mii n mmwuTiiiiUi mw wwwiwjgw < i THS + GKZSTTE fubllshed even Wednesday by T I II BEPMACHER RVJUSCi IFTION rtAJKS1 no Tear postpaid 1 00 nteiod at tboShlueiTexas Post office ua seeotulclass mattor SHINE TES VED 3EPT 2 1P98 A casc of positive jellow fever line been repotted in Now Orleans an 1 Texis hits quarantined against that city Ir is stated > that Lttochina the aambsin of tho Empies ol Austria being a foieigner miy be oxtia dited < o Austua and hivo his nck broken The Nitiragua c until should bo dng at once lbe Oiogon and Iowa Mill ba compelled to lournl the Horn in cidd to get to San Fiancico The French government has de- cided to have a lewsion of tho Dioyfus rase and nnotbet vai minister hat losigi cd Theio nnit be something > utten in tbo Fiench war odice Tim tetml molcnants of > Qahas i ratti pellt ii h Hirerti They c aim tbit ihe vages asked by ihe mboies iei nnible iiu jiiet or the erfi at et of the wo k perfomcd Tni comujiSSOi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

mi I l v > Jmww t Mmov 4 Robt L Eschcnbtirg Treisuw fouis Wagoner b te > a v Eel J Mair A ilL HI Louis W i Eci F WoltorN J H Hnebie Ed J Merreru C B We hauscm Tho i Crmiiil meets on the J t Moi da in evorv moiti N V In Et i > sday t93 l 00 II VKT BRANCH Tiain No 5 arrives trom Iock rurtu 12C0p m Train No 40 uives om Yoa k m ttt 3 15 i > ra WACO liltANCt Train No 41 arrive irotn Waco ut 137 p in Trum No 4 arrive i rom Yoa kuin at 221 p ra LOCAL NEWS Just received Neck Weai a nico line of C H Flato Now Roods and new pi ices at 0 Mukckes A fine line of Clothing Hate CapB etc at 0 H Flaios The Gazhtti a paper for tho peoplej only 1 00 poi j o ir Croprnachor gcucht su 20 bis 25 ackor F G Wauvken Mens and Boys tints at cost at Mrs J F Kofiui s If you are in need of any job work hand in your order at once and ho avoid the later on A full line of flesh groceries always on hand at Mas J F Koiuokys Prof E J Man went to Hal letBvillolast rhuisda tobeaosent several days Mn M Bichler...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

False Alarm He was rummaging among th < trunks boxes nnd old dressers In the upstairs back stoitTninii on Sunday afternoon lust lie was hunting for something or sonic things Present ho appeared at the head of the stniis bawling He was in his shirt sleeves which were mntted with cobwebs His hair was all tousled up His face was red lie looked rand Mrs Jobson he shouted down the stairs youll oblige 110 by dropping that Sunday pipe dream literature for n few moments und by coining up hero I desire to hold a personally conducted talk of some duration with you Why Jnmes said Mrs Job Ron as she started to ascend the stairs what In the wide world van be Madam said he as shc > got ft to the storeroom with him nnd the storeroom surely was a sight you are perfectly well aware that I am particular with reference to the preservation of ray clothing I nilfbt say that I am a crank I fioly acknowledge it with reference to my clothes I dont say that 1 possess much in the way of clothes I haven...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

r It H R By t rm9 mm m KTbrtta TTIlta TMOthrr COTIES HUAUAyTEED Book mulled Tree upon request Mother remedy easy to take safe and ploaeant Nobotme secure without It Croup Coughs Colds levers tjutasyj Catarrh whether nosa throat or stomach Dlptberla and Sore lhroats all cveroome by usine MucoRolvent Cost < onlrtlls worth its weight in diamonds Write us We need agents llucoSolvent Co Chicago 111 NoToIIho lor fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit cnro malp weak tnenstiong bloodparo Wo 1 AUdingglsts Why doeent everybody get married If misery loves company aj y > > y Sum When the children eet their eet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot drink a dose of AVers Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are rtiey will be all right Jn the morning Con- tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis disappeared Old coughs are also cured we mean the coughs of bron- chitis weak wroats and irritable lungs Even the hard coughs of consumption are al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 21 September 1898

T 0 riUCH liH Tim editor silt in i m il whim anil his li ad uancii id n hu > imist The timlid will rs irln > h fllnge I his In rlllllK CSube U > U a UlttuIOtl vtst Ho sii i illouting poii Ills lot ami ino 8lgllt Mil II lit I I < Mlf Seem > i iuiiiJJ if leuce HiataQti js with nun wen in UiBiiuriito blutjf Buliiiqiftii bubsuilbern cumo uot la to k ui < lin his liuurt with toll Twits nk in u ila mie ho soivoa iiwun u silver piece lu his gtolii Ami his wife hud told liUu Unit veu mom with soit of huugi v fiown His dl iuiur thut day would be t u np3 outright with witter towui tueni down He it ohioiiieled every bl n rud death with u > ommunt ou oh ovont Had Peisoiiale oceiv imm m the cump if ho o afl ultig wont At oveiy weddiua uo matter It thu bride wits a ho itoly flight Hud laud her comelluobS to the skies just flutter her out of eight Hu ouea biiid thia the minister was a J ulinugo of eloquence lho bruin of the young uttorneyat law u bonan u of legal sense In shoi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 28 September 1898

tf VOL 6 DEALER IN Wf SHINER GAZETTV SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEAS WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPT 28 1898 C Si WIIAMg Real Estate AT THE 9 Dealer and LUMBER Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Boors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Gliddon and Waukcgan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fenre Posts ouggy puintB and brUBhes Sinner Texas Groceries GHEHP CASH STORE mm s A OARKrJEBe Manager PALACE SALQO DEALER IS P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP CAmsler DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty BISMHRK SHLOON J H HUEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE Beer and SHINER TEXAS AUG GRAVE DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Line of Drugs and Patent Medicines Always in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TeXKS 4r CITY BARBER SHOP A O KOEPKE Propr Good Work and Police Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cntting 25c Skating 15a Sha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 28 September 1898

V THE published n fjThUrraaVby J CUAiniluiACiiiiiirJiUlltAr and IJub JbUBSCIULTION BATES Entrtcd at tho sblner Texas pctomce as eecowl class mall matter Ilatjchtcr of Coiifcdcnicj Dead Atll2 oclock on tho 18th at Nnrragansett Pier 1 I utter n 1 ibgeHngattaek p unalarial gas tvitisPjMiss Winnie Davis da ugh ter ofjtho lato cprosdent of the Confederacy pass od uwiy Heit motlJbr was with luir tothoihist Winflio Davis tlio Daughter of tho Confederacy was born in tlio C6nfcclcutecX < cu tiy man- sion fat Richmond Vt in 18G3 Slio was educated priti elpaLly nt lioinc owing to tlio Iroliblo Mir rounding hot fa tlior and tli o pub- licity which attended all move- ment s of the Davis faiujty Miss attainedher maturity atBcau voir her fatlicra palatial hoino in Mississippi Sho SVas Mr Davis constant cdiupiinion assisting hiin ih till Yifs 6hl unci much of tho infornnitiou which was1 re quired bVtlfdfsttlTer was c cured by Hiedaughter llcr stioiig chatnclol wiis marked ho was engaged to a Mi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 28 September 1898

itj h Ur W > m m fe v 4 Miss Winnie Davis Death Causes Much Sadness GOVCULBERSONS CONDOLENCE Urothcr Ktlts a Drother Uniicr dlie Im- pression That lie Was an Intruder Casslus M Clay AQaln TolConfolcralo Veterans f t The fqildwlng iuisubstunconvAS flcnt out by Liout Gon AV L t f Cnbollto tliott itdif Coiifcdcnite Veterans TranSMisjissippi Je tpartnientj Jt is tho painful dijty to announce toypifthodeitji ctf uMissVnrina Jefferson Davis hot ter known as Miss Winnieyoitlg est daughter ofotiJboloVcjlpics ident Jefferson Davis who died at Narragarisott Pier H ISffScpK lc surroundedjay hor ngod moui or and friends She was tho Daughter of tho Confederacy adopted dnd4cliiiston6tl atfitucu by tho mon who followed the flag of tho Lost Cause until I it was furled fnrever Shewas a woman pf strong character great intefligenco and noble im- pulses and did all in her power to donlribnto to tllb support of i herself and aged motlios Tltc different camps aio lequested to take action as soon as po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 28 September 1898

h it rf TH6 + GKZ6TTE Puhllshcd every Wednesday by J C HABERMACHER flUnSCIUITION IUTK8 no Year postpaid 9100 ntorod at the Bulner Texas Post oHco as secondclass matter 8HIHEBTEX WED SEPT 28 1898 Tub democratic county ticket of tavaca county is sure of election Wiikat isgoing ap and cotton ii going down in price Diversify your crops A iatk ruling of the revenue departmeut says that no stamps are required to bo placed on local checks Cotton has ceased to be king The price although now below the oosUif production is still tending downward > Tiik eruption of Vesuvius is daily growing more dangerous and threatens the destruction of the adjacent territory Tub British navy is still making demonstrations in Chinese ports Old Lt Hung Chang is a diplomat of the Cardinal Richelieu stamp wKNorANP5francey RuBsiiVaiid Italy have at last determined to the of compel Sultan Turkey to come to time in Crete Germany refused to join in The war department donies the rumor that Germany was arming the P...

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