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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 June 1909

THE WORLD Items From Home and Abroad, Insist Prairie is petitioning the clt.v council to order an election for a stock law. The Hock Island has canceled the order requiring passengers to show tickets before hoarding trains. It got the company into no end of trouble, and was not rigidly enforced either. Cape News: The report conies from a reliable source that the Frisco will soon put on a midnight train out of St. Louis for Memphis to meet the com petition of the Illinois Central. Such a train would be a great accommo dation to the people of Southeast Missouri. Gov. Hadlei, announced that .Tames A. Tolerton had accepted the position of stale game and liili warden. The governor also announced this appoint ment of Richard Porter of Paris to htieceed himself as a member of the state tish commission. While the governor had a right to appoint a re publican, ho reappointed Mr. Porter, who is a democrat, because he is an enlliu Mastic sportsman and always has taken an active interest in the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 June 1909

I rLOCALANDPE Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers ( Wants to Annex Hayti. "It illicit he :i good thing to annex Hayti were it not for Including some of Hill York's delinquent sub seribers." -Twicc-u-YVeek Democrat. Don't let Unit bother you, Hill. Go aliciiil with your annexing; wo have only one delinquent subscriber, and lie is dead. We always mark their names oir when they din and boost them just as far into eternity as pos siblu. Hut by tho way, Hill, judging Irom y our list out here, you must take Post master Gull'.v for a sexton. Ladies' hand bags at Leiler'H Albert Caglo has been ill 2-ltf this Mrs. week. Paints and window glass at Letter's. I). ('. Htubbs was quite ill Sunday night. Edison phonographs and records at heller's. 21tf iluumgartcn is now work- Operator ing nights. A full lino of fruit jars, rubbura and cans, nt J. L. Dorris'. Our advertisers want your trade and should have it. Wall paper, carpet paper and build ing paper at Leiler'H. ii-1 1 1 Pro...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909. NO. 35. A. H. DUNN DEAD. NEARLY DROWNED. RESOLUTIONS. A. II. Dunn, familiarly known as1 'Tliini," died of congestion of tho brain nt 11: 15 Friday night. Ho was taken ill of headache Wednesday, but rotnaincd about his business until late in the afternoon. He became un conscious about 1 o'clock Friday morning, and rapidly sank. It was a very severe case, and entirely beyond medical skill to relieve. Ham came to tliis country from Lutosvillo about 8i)!), and taught school at Bragga docio. He later losuteil at Ilayti, where he married Miss Mamie Oates. Ho was a model young man, well liked by all who knew him, and the en tire town was saddened by his death and sympathize with the bereaved family. ' He was buried at the family cemetery Saturday at 1:0.) p. m., Rev. G. M. ttrooks conducting the funeral services, and the W. O. W. and I. O. U. M. ad adminestering tho last rites. He was one of the charter members of the Im p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

f' THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YOKIC. PublWu'd Weeklv. on TIuumIu.w 81.00 a Year in Ailvnnce. Entered as second-claws matter Oct. SO. 1 103, at tin) postollico at Hayti, Mil, undor the act of .March 3, 187!). Havti, Mi.ssoi'Ki. INCONSISTENCY. If "it don't paj to udvortUe,'' if "no one iciuU It," and if "it K throwing uwaj moiK'."to pa it to , our home paper to boo-a join- huincii, then wlij in the name of common lenio do j on want to hump joiuelf upon jour hind k'," and loar because se hooit for those who do adxcrtKc those who pa. us to boost their businessV If it does not paj to athei'tiso if no one reads it and it is throwing inone awa, then certainl ileandovou no liarin, anil jmi siiould laugh up your sleeve to Know that all the live, wide awake, progress! e busincs men, to be found the world over, who spend their nione.v for advertising, aie a set of blamed chumps ou ought to con gratulate yourself on vour newh dis covered business econ )inv and be thankful that vou can save these grea...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

xyLiy Items From Home and Abroad, Clmrloston KntvrprUe: Short fl Geo. j W. V) nnil l'rtisccutinjr Attorney J. Mooro IIuw liuule 11 trip to H rower's I-iiikc Wednesday. They went down unit liitide just about ns successful a catch us has been made at this popular' llshlnfj resort. The total amount was fii'J.'O, and those who so liberally con tributed to the county's exchequer were: 11. II. Hancock, ChesterSieyel man, Mike Kennedy, Clillord Vincent, Chas. lVnnolmkcr and Richard Julian, all of Cairo. At Wyutt, Judgo Henry Johnson was taken itlong and at the lake he convened court and assessed the linos. Hon. .1. J. Russell beinjf present he represented the defendants. TIioho jjontlenien were non-residents and were lined for lishintf without a li cense, in violation of the Missouri llsh and jrainc law. The lines assessed wore not as much as is prescribed for the violation committed, but were as sessed as low as possible to ,'ive non residents to understand that it was not the money the o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

A SALE OF OPPORTUNITIES BEGINS THURSDAY, JUNE 24 11 Opportunities, not only deserving embraces, but such as you cannot refuse to squeeze. We are a,fter the people who take off their hats to a value wherever seen and by whoever offered. We still respect the dead but prefer to do business with the living. The only thing that can keep you and us from "mixing it up" in a business way while you are in Hayti will be our not getting together. If you can resist the large, well developed, full blown, robust propositions enumerated below, then a dollar value for 85 cents has lost its cunning and next thing we'll all be "seeing things." H T I That's where we are making our mark on the general merchandise business of this county. This season it is our purpose and determination to get closer to you, more useful and indespensible than ever before. Now that's all we've got to say by way of introduction. What follows is the "real thing." Clothes to Fit L. B. CO. yWSNjW NViSwi 1 'Ji ill WSw - Its 1 ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 June 1909

K?ls. Lailies hand bugs U holler's U4lf Wots Hcttli wti.s liini from I'a-colu Salimln.x. Paints mid window glass at Li IIit'h. Kev. .1. .1. ICnighl died at Mtirton lat Thur-iia. (CtliHou phonographs anil records at heller's. 21tf Mis Jessie KerroU hu returned fiom school. J. A. Kui'if. (if Hraggailooio was in llayti Saturday. if your paper stops, try paying up our subscription. Mi-,. Tom Williams and link son arc away on a visit. A full lino of fruit jura, rubbers and c.ins, at J. L. Dorris'. Hooker Sanders was out from ("ti rtithorsvillo Sunday . Atch S. Hut-sell left 'IncHday for a vimt to Km uiington. Wall paper, carpet paper and build ing paper at heller's, 21tf Wt'W II. I'.ittorsYin of I 'ortageville was in llayti Monday. Paints, oils and glass. Dr. Train inann'B Drugs Store. 'Jt .Mis. Emily Taylor visited in l'oitnge vilie Satuiday and Sunday. Glass of all kindH at Dr. Traut mann's Drug Store. Hi The more news you tell lis the more you will .see in the Herald. Call for a bottl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909. NO. 36. i SCALP DANCE PICNIC ;MURDER ND SU,C,DE Jealousy Crazed Man Kills Friend IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN TO CELEBRATE Greatest Day in History of Hayti Will be August 20 and 2 1 Bar becue and Many Entertaining Features for Every One to Enjoy. The Prophets unci the Sachems from the seven tribes of Improved Order of Red Men of this countj met at the city hull at this place lust Friday and per-Jot-ted arrangements for a great Scalp Dance and picnic at Hajtl on Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21. While other towns were anxious to hscuic the picnic, the warm greeting and cordial invitation extended the delegates hj our Major, John T. Uucklej , and the central location and railroad facilities of Hujti decided in her favor. The features decided upon were: I. A Scalp Dance, in which more than oOO Red Men will participate, more than 150 of which will lie in full Indian costume. 2. An Old Fiddlers' .Contest. This will brin...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1909

Swtw THE IIAYTI HERALD W.M. VoKK, Published Weekly. onTlinrsdnvs. 81.00 a Year in Advnncp. IIavti, Missoi'ui, CliKAN V)'. It is vcrv inui'li against our will to liuvo to mention this matter again, but it something is not done to rid tlii.s town of tilth and stagnant water thcie is going to In- a boom in lioli Snndidgc's Woodlawn eeiiicterv lots. We know tliut if Hob ws here about thi' time yellow fever or cholera yets ii jjood start, there arc a lot ot people who would blame Hob with it all. but the best a, to do Mob a piece of dirt is to clean up the town. Of course those of us who earrv life insurance can better allord to shullle IV. as we w uld leave our wite and kids in better lix, and it would turn a lot of money lose in the town, but some of us are not quite readv. and ill-sides, we would like to live until the Entered an second-class matter Oct. HO, 11108, nt the postolliee at Hayti, Mo., under tlio act of March 3, 187!). old lady fret's too old to marry again. Tlio other du ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1909

TAVWnVT'rV?i-) " Notes Dunklin Democrat: According to the Maldon Merit, Maiden will also go after oil. Juno 14, a mass meeting of citizens was held at the city hall to dis cuss plans and best methods to pro coed. A committee of live, consisting of L. II. VanCleve, H. P. Kinsolving. Adolph Lebennuth, V. J. Davis and AI. It. Rayburn were appointed by Judge Downing, chairman of the meet ing, to seek desired information, formulate plans for incorporating and report at next meeting. It is estimated that it will take $10,000 to sink two wolls. One gentleman who has had extensive experience intheoil business agrees to take $2,500 worth of stock, and superintend the boringof the wolls. if service is desired. The corporation will bo composed of local men and the stock will be distribute! locally, thus giving control and management to home men. When there is no doubt of the" corporation being perfected, an effort will be made to secure leases on about 23,000 acres of land, thus guard ing agai...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1909

? Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers V Mr. Albert I'opham ha, been quite ill. Mm. .lack Allei slowly. is htill lniirov1n- S. U Oatcs l quite 111 tlii Mr, week. I'haiiie Reed wiit in from tin farm Saturday. Murray Phillip-, of New Madrid vn. here Sunda. Uoss licttU f I'iim'oIu was in Ilay ti Saturday. Judge S. 11. McCarty wic in llayti Wednesday. V. A. Maxey wa-. in from llrairga docio Saturday. Tobe (.'imninghiiin was in from the farm Saturday. Tilde Albert I'opham was ill the Hist of the week. Tlie M. W. A. of Hraggadoeio will (rive a barbecue July 111, and promise, a good time. Piano and Organ for sale, at n bar gain. Firstlings condition. G. W. Dorris, Hayti. 17tf Mr. F. M.GwinvihltedMr.-,. Lavinu lone at Caruthersvillu Tuesday. Mrs. .lone is ill. r Next Sunday, July 4th, at tho Methodist church, the pastor, Rev. T. G. Fallln, will begin a series of ser mons: "Why 1 tun u Methodist." ! . First sermon, 11 a. in., "Kopentuijeo,".! simi at S p. in., JuHtillcutlon ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1909

mmmmmmmmmaamm "tt a jris-nvmrv a , Hit THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1909. NO. 37. CAPT. MORRIS DEAD. THE GRADING FUND. CITY' COUNCIL MEETS. Capt. W. il. Morris, one of tlio old pioneers anil familiar landmarks of this country, wiw stricken with paraly sis lust Saturday, from the effects of which he died at 12:f.j Tuesday after noon. Capt. Morris was horn in 1:M and inarricd in lS.Vt. flu came from Troy, Tcnn., loOiijoso. Mo., in 177, and removed from Gtiyoso to Ilayti in 1900, whore he has since resided. Capt. Morris has been in feeble health for sonm time, hut us he had vitality and physical courage no one expected the end so early. He leaves a devoted wife and four children to mourn his loss, who have the sympa thy of a host of friends and acquaint ances. His remain were interred in Wood lawn cemetery Wednesday at 2 p. in., under the auspices of the I. O. O. P.. and were followed to their last resting place by a larjju concourse. There is much in th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1909

Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL Dentist. Olllee in Kolni Ilnilding Grown and Dridgo Work a Specialty. HAYTI, - - M1880UKI. T. J. TRAUTMANN 1'h.vsicitm mill Surgeon Olllee phone 00. Residence (JO, Hayti, - Missouri. J. W. JOHNSON L'hy.siciiin and Surgeon Residence Phono 24. - - Office 4tf. Hayti, Mo. J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon Oilice in Tiiautmann's Dituu Stoke Phono No. 50 Hayti, - - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - - - Missouri 8TEHLINU H. gcCAUTY Attorney-at-Luw Will practice in County, State and United States Courts. Oflk'P in Court House. Cakutheksville, :- Missouri J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All KindB of Civil Business Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTHKRSVIM.E, - Missouri 13AYLESS L. GUFFY LAWYER Hayti, - Missouri. THE HAYTI HERALD Puhubhed Every Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pub. terms of suijscriition: 81.00 a year, cabii in advance entered AT THE I'OSTOKFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS second clash matter Oilli'o In City Ha...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1909

wmmmmmmmmmmmmKamsf, rT rfy -TT,r? T " y& -3 & s,?V' LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed (or Busy Readers Lnst Sunday afternoon while return ing from u visit to Mr. untl Mrs. Juke Williiims, the seat on which tho.v wore riding was turned out by a quick jork of ttie horses, throwing Mesdumes .T. F. Ingle and Chat,. Spencer to the ground, jolting them up considerably. Mrs. Spencer Intel her baby in her arms at tlie time, which was not hurt, fiotli ladies are large, and it is a won der that the tail was not more serious. The most durable machine made 1b the New Homk. Wo bIho handle the ball hearing Singer, the WiuvQ. Fhkk, the New Ideal, the Eldredge, the Wil cox and Oibbs. Witli over 45 yearn handling and repairing machines, we are competent to toll you which is the befit. ChaH. Goodrich, Caruthorsvlllo, Mrs. Ruster Morgan died at Bragga docio last Saturday night, and was buried at the Patterson cemetery Sun day, Rev. G. M. lirooks conducting the funera...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1909

,.,uJZ.r..y llT.. -wninffiissjiinniliwisiiniMriwiiUill l ill Mil Di Crj It LOCAL Many Things Worlh Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Mi'i, Tohf Heard N improving. K. N. Hiirksduln Is another Uvnilri rentier. C'litit.loiu-i ivai hi'ii' from Kemiett Siiiiilu.x. Mlii Anna HoliMin will tuaeh school at Hainford. Tom Wliitu, wlm lia liuil a vt-rv liail hand, l butter. CJeo. furtner ill Mraifiradocii) wuc in Hu.Mi Kriila.v. Curtis I.imi,' va here from Hi'iijrjfii iloeio Friday. Frank f.on;r of Itrai.'yadoc'io was in town Tuesday. GlaPH of all kimlH at Dr. Tratit niann'a Drug Store. 'ifi Kvi-rion Spwr of Hrajrjfadocio vu in town Saturday. Herbert Hob-,on ivturni'd fiom school ul Chiilicothe Friday. P.dntfl, oil8 and gUiHt. Dr. Train -niann'H Drugs Store. '-fi Mr-.. A. .1. Faj.'iin ii visiting in rortatriuillc this week. Dr. .Tell Darnell of Hernie, Mo., was in Ilayti Tueitlit.v. The Ha.Ui base hull team pla.viid at l'ortairevilli' Saturday. If you don't Hii it in the Humid it ib because y...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1009. NO. 38. !H Printing Office Etiquette. Out of the bigness and the fullness of our soul we feel like pouring a lot i t valuable information to some , fople who tire desirous of visiting a fluting olllee for about the ten thous i ndth time, in order to make your '. isit exquisitely delightful. On entering the olllee you should hrst go to the case where the composi tor is at work: that is what the com positor is there for, to entertain visi tors, and it is always a sign of good breeding if you will look over the compositor's shoulder and read the copy, and you will do the editor a fa vor if you will nose around and llnd other copy and read it, as that will save the trouble of putting it in the paper. Those little pieces of metal you see in the case are type. There are a great many different kind of them and each kind lias a separate box. To get a good look at them you should pick them up, sift them through your lin gers ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1909

wmi.ngiwtiwwnenumm.im wMim itiM-tBammmmwimiimimnimiiu - ! . I: Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL Dentist. Ollico in Kolm Building Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. IIayti, - AIissuuiu. T. J. TRAUTiMANN Physician nnil Surgeon Ofllco phone CO. Residence 00. IIayti, - - . Missoum. J. W. JOHNSON I'liysiciuii and Surgeon Residence Phono 21. - - Ollice 4(i IIayti, - Mo. THE HAYTI HERALD PunuBHBD Evkky Thursday, By William Yoiik, Editor and Pun. THUMB OF BUUBCBIITION; 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE KNTBHBD AT THE I'OBTOFKICB, IIAYTI, MISSOUltl. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER Omco In Pity Hull, -umhweat Room, Hnytl, Pemiscot County, Missouri J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon Ollico in Trautmann's Dhi'o Store Pliono No. 50 IIayti, - - Missonu F. A. MAYES Physician mid Surgeon IIayti, - - . Missouri STEULINU II. JIcCARTY Atlorney-nt-Linv Will practice in County, State and United States Courts. Ollice in Court House. Caruthkrsville, -:- Missouri J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All KIiuIh of Civil Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1909

THE WORLD AT LARGE Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources i Maiden Merit: Lightning struck a i d-hcaded Oklahoma widow recently. t last accounts tlio lightning was '.lng as well as could bo expected under the circumstances. .Mayor Malone of Sikeston decided that no doll-racks, knife or jewelry - ii miles should be run at picnics in . ikeston, saying that all such games i ')uld bo considered as gambling. Kennett Herald: The Ifayti Herald I'.is installed a gasoline engine and - ill henceforth do away with the old nine man power, method. The Herald is a bright, newsy paper, and we ex pect to m'i' it improve since putting in power. A good joke on the people lias just iieen discovered and it is given to you to enjoy. When the war tax was put nil tobacco in lSHScongres-. authorized the manufacturer-. to reduce the size of ihe package to such extent that the I'onsumer should pay the tax. When the tax was removed in 1!)02 every body "forgot" about restoring the size of the p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1909

iiiuuiiMut ., ii!iiiinaiiSE5a5t, untemw imWw imnimmMnm ,r - - -r - - m m lot n K re ii9LSS59MLS3 Many Things Worth Reading, Subscribe for tbo Hayti Herald. Tobe Huii'd is another Herald Mib seriber. Nlias Nunn was over from Guyoso Friday. Wolford Gordon lias been on the siek list. K. S. Davis of Stanley was in Hayti Saturday. (.'has. Ilojrue was here from neorinr Sunday. (.'has. Pieree was out from Caruthers ville Monday. I'al Cliisin had a case of ivy pol.ion iny la-t week. Arthur Kohn was up from Monett, Ark., last week. Wilce ("urtnur was up from Hraj.'jja doeio Sunday. Kik' Urton was here from L?ra,rj,ra doeio Saturday. CluleGwin left for a stay sit Hot Sprinj,'-! Saturday. Glas8 of all kimla at Dr. Traut niann'a Drug Store. 2(i L. Ij. Lcllor left for Not Springs Saturday afternoon. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Henry l'ullum died Monday. PaintB, oils and glass. Dr. Traut niann's Drugs Store. '.Mi ('. .hell has organized the Oriental Order of Humility. If you don't see it in the He...

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